Title: Gainesville daily sun
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 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 4, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
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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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01897
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
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 Related Items
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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eil of S!^ okestack Said to'


U ROE LOS OF C1ORD WOOD

Depot.OWhichOWasa Neat Struc-
trore, Brntd rto the Ground-.Fifty
|aords fW0o Belonging to E. C.
i4:es t#^i^A0*o Lost.
)oei, 7n6 ,8.-Te Palmer rail.
44' station Was burned to the ground
th 4% afernoon. A spark from a pass-
giie; whichh was 8aid to be
USa proper smokestae) set fire to
0, cords of wood belonging to E. 0.
)6es, whiob was piled along the track
Ototltngshipment, and from this the
'stlon caught fire.
he, adjacent store of Edward Jones
wall's only'saved by heroic efforts, and
th mail train was delayed at. this
pIi t probably about two hours.
A'birthday surprise party was .given
George Taylor at his home on, the
i 1t. A large number 6f his friends as-
S "'*tmbled to wish him .many happy re-
turns of the day. Music,, dancing,
games, and deliolpus refreshments all
combined to maite a joyous evening.
Grant Smith m expects to return to his,
fr Or;er hotnr 14. western Pennsylyvania,
IMondy next. He has made many
friends' d6ir.ig his sojourn In the South
a; t will be much 'missed. On 'Ohurs-
dy his 'friends expect to give a picnito
cn his honor at Karapaha Lake.
Mises Osteen was one of the recent
visitors at Palmer,
.i-i4 Last Hope Realized.
( From the Sentinel. Gebo. Mont,]
In the first opening of Oklahoma to
settlers in 1880, the editor of this pa-
iii'i per was amCong lhemany sockers after
i o't ;OUe. who made the big race onefine
day In April. During his traveling
S.." aboutand afterwards.his camping upon
his h laim, he encountered much bad
: water, which, together with the severe
heat, gave him a very severe diarrhoea.
which .it. seemed. almost ImpoasiblW to
check, and along in June the case be-
e.1 *me so bad he expected to die. One
i ,day one of his neighbors brought him
oii te 1soql 'bottle of Ohamberlain's
S Colo Pholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
ass, la ast hope. A bildoseowas given
Sm while he was rolu ng about on the
S roond in great agony, and in a few
m4Wu' tes tihe dose was repeated. The
S good. effect of the medicine was soon
nobl ed and within an hour the patient
wasl taking his first sound sleep for a
fortnight. That one little bottle work-
ed a complete cure, and he cannot help
but feel rate'ful. The season for bow-
el disorders being at hand suggests
this item. For sale by all druggists
and medicine dealers.-
,U seorgia rticcationa AsMocitlon.
,,. Atlanta. Juno 3.-'The thirty-.eventh
annuall session of the Georgia. duea-
itiotal taci ,atoln will be held: a Ctat-
berland Island from June 2. to 6
eaXt.
t!;e officers of the associaUion wh-
A-. li constitute the board of director',
&aret President. J. Henry Walker, of
Oriffin; flrt vice plialdent,, *. X 1.
i Ware, of 1l- wkuna ville; aeco4nd vice
a, president. A iss Joaale M,. Styver, Ct
" .-4 Milledgoville secretary, 0, 01'.O
i ii phant, of Barnesville; treasury, '.
0. Darrow, of Athena. Thee truite5
1'^.i; are J. M. Pohnd, Macon, chairman; J.
1'.. Stlwart, D)ahlonega; Il.. Rob* *
s. on. Marietta: W. F, Siatou, Atlanta.
"|-- Commiatlon'a Order to Railway ,
eMuintgaomory, Ala,. Juno 3.--The rail.
I road cotlnmission has ordered the
4 southern railway to build a shed at
k *ecatur, Ala. The company must sub'
: t. plans and sltelfleations for s.pprov,
a/;):': Sl within 60 d'ays, Tio. eomitlsBioau
t .1 o bordered the removal of the de.'
S-:jipot 'from Wyeth City to Guntervllle,
AlL.
't '. Monitor Arkansas on Way to Gulf.
34'i : ., ia 'i Point, ?>'' ., Juune ,.-,rTb
'atted States monitor Arkanss art
rly''.vL' ied at this port yesterday and d"


Wrttib today for the gulf. While the
".rkansa was at anchor nearly 1,500
ls .on Yisited'the vessel. Th eoffl-
. .or we entertained by cltisens of

Va se of Harvey o.gah .
iwntat J3.- ne 3.--'The Uifted
S.t... mu t of appeals today afsirmed
t: j': udlkeat :in tme 'cae of Harvy
otai n, alUas Harvey Curry, convicted
,at ):otavil.e, 10ian.. of f0orgog t1ie
S.of .a bank president to b4aik


A prominent S.oithern lady,-
Mrs. BotIchard, Of Nashvil e,
Tean., teIs allow she was cured
of backache, dfzhiiess, painful
anl irregular peris by Lydia E.
r!;Thim'^ Vegetable Cmpoundo
'Gratitude compel a I to acknowl-
edge ttoe great u'erit of your Vegc-
table Compound. X have suffered for
four years with irregular and painful
mensruatiion, also dizziness, pains in
tlh back ind 'lower limbs, and fitful
,ilcep. I dre#_dod the time to come
which #o6n14 oply imean su4VfferIhTg to
me,. .'bottles of Lyda(1, E.
Piilkhamis Vc etableo Compound
brofng t ochealh and happiness hn a
few lhort months, and Was worth
more than months under the doctor's
care, whiek reAlly did not benefit me
at all, I teo! lite Another person now.
1My 4ihes wd pain have left me. I
am isatis sildherea Is n. medaltne so
good for jgi, wo;na as your Vege-
table CoiiApound, and I 4Ivooate it to
myI lady .'indo In 4ed of, medical
ielp ",-'.MR8. B;,. Bl ,road St.,, hvl ,, Tenn. -" f.8000for.
felt If or/g sal of a be leM;tor Pfwoly gen#.dnesl
oanw t erlif uoml, -.
When wowen are troubled with
menstrual irregularities, weakness,
leuiorrhosa, displacement or ulceration
of the woipb, that bearing-down feel-
ing, inflamati6n 6f the ovaries, baok-
aohs, they iould remember there is
one tried and true remedy., Lydiat V.
Pinkha'o oVegetableCompound,.
- Nil = 't. . ='6--"= "-M-


DALTONIAN KILLED IN CHICAGO.
Terribly Mangled Under Wheels of al
Trolley Car.
Ohicago, Ills., Juno 8.-J, L. McOar.
ty, o f Dalton, Ga., was Instantly kill-
ed last night and his companion, Pat-
rick Finnegan, of St. Louis, was prob-.
ably fatally Injured, adding two more
victims to the daily growing list of
street car accidents. -
The two men were friend", having
come from 'St. IouAs together for a
brief visit. They attempted to cross
the street at Polk and Clark streets
during the busiest part of the evening,
while the thoroughfare was filled with
cars and people hurrying 'home from
work. A Wentworth avenue car 'had
just passed south when they started
to cross from the west, but were.
struck by a northbound car, and tossed
back to' the west track, where they'
were run over by a car going south.,
Before the motormxa.n could .top his
eAr tlt'O trucks had passed over the
two men. It was found i on raising
the car that McCarty had been in-
jured Internally be1idsa haVing 'his
head crushed and hbig, left arm brok-
en. H died'7on ithe operatig table
whJi .")g tinjurtes war. Wln attended

Ohamberial n'a o0i04 .- Cholera and
lacrhoea ltemiedy
IS everywhere reeognished iAt the eric
remedy that can always be depended
upon and that is pleasant to take. It is
especitaly valuable for summer diar-
rhoea in children and is undoubtedly
the means of saving tht 'lives of a
great' many children 6ach year. lpFor'
ele by all druggists arid medicine
dealers.


ADi a1 r T a A'
TE hOUSEDEFEATS I TO1

TWO AMENM N OCORREOTLYWRITTEN POLICIES,
TWO AMEND E N Worthy oft IBERALITY o POLICY CONTRACTS
hr Do o De A Consideration PROMPT PAYMENT o LOSSES.
iov^n fr rScha0018 Roduce. We cover these important points and respectfully
s olicit a share of your business.
MEASURE WILL BE' PASSED
w^,,.,;v^ .^^. .Fire L A idn n eath Insuranceald
PractkaIl as It W S Sbmitted by theLe AC. .* .ce
,ommittee-Frienrds of the Bill, of
.Which There Are Mahy, Are Jubilant -- Agents for the--- _
Over the' Prospects. Saf rvs-iA I Ti 17
pec epViccth u0r Safe and Lek Company
Tallahassee, Juoe 8.-The House to- CSai0 -rC.art, Q .biO.
ayrejected the amendment first re-The "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties contenmplat-
duclng all school appropriations one- ing the purchase of a safe, or anything in that line,
half, and.second one-third. The mem- from a box to a bank vault, will save money
bers are now debating the. amendment by consulting us. Call on or address,
increasing the age of admittance to -HIL
sixteen years. It is believed that the U JXJL LN .,
entire bill will become a law practi- Information cheeffully furniahed; GAINESVILLE, FLORIbA
cally as submitted by the committee. 7
Fight Will be sitter., ^' %IAf 'V&'
T u iU W i U Wfll i i


1 J Iose wi"o w | perlstB-r n injoslUjng
their ears again st the continual rec-
omtiendation of Dr. King's New Dis-
cove ry for consumption, will have a
long aid'bitter fight with their trou-
bles, if not ended earlier by fatal ter-
mination. Read what T. R. Beall of
Beall, Miss., has to say: "Last fall
my wife had every symptom of con-
sumption. She took Dr. King's New
Discovery after everything else had
failed. Improvement came at once
and four bottles entirely cured her."
Guaranteed' by all druggists. Price
OOc a d $1. Trial bottles free.


E. E. VOYLE

FIRE, BOND and
ACCIDENT INSURANCE,
1epre1nt nr a number of pron_2jent
cAmrican and Engillsh companies.

Abstract & Realty Company,
[Incorporated]
E. E. VOYLE, Manager.
Get an abstract of title to land before
buyinl After paying the purchase
Motley t61erq is often no redress for tax
salesSlid uncanceled mortgages.


Mauhattau "A" Typewriter,
IOT XN THE TRUST.
A HUNDRED-DOLL AR TYPE-
WRITER FOR $50.
Guaranteed for one year. Sold on
monthly payments at a slight','ad-
vandce to' responsible' partleN.
Typewriter Ribbons for
various moacines.


m ;
REAL ESTATE, DWELLINGS
AND LAD) FOR SALE.
E. E. t oyle,
Gaiiiesvvlle, Flotida.



KEYSTONE BAKERY,
I. T. SCI1AFER, Prop.

CHOICE BIRiAOS, OAJ IV and PIES
...- P. resh lver Day., .
D*iuVered to All Prtv of City.
SatWtfaction Gllarnuteed
Special attention to Circuses. Minstrels
S snd other traveinirg troupes.
muntwft Parties, et.
P. Box im3 nalnesviUe. Fla


SBig Motag le riled* RAILROAD
A.1in i t rta;: r OftrVery Fol nate
AMiA -lrtbnnl company, Was yeterg gn oa 5frnl Utah.
dy filed for record t0n the office of rio. oreo Wa iton M montana.
Auoiad Broyles, clerk of the superior ldaho, yn *'Yon 'leuW JuneI i
cotrt. 'his nmrt.age waO signed by St. Louis and Return
CGptaln Jtamis W, Engliah. prealdeankt N, N VA PWts ca N.TrS. o swe
of. the ceoi pany, and J, S B.' Thovap Ju' ,it- o, goad .oreturi until Junoe 5at
son, the :Moettary. and wia ma e to ... ..
th' Stdrd Trust company, of New San Francico, Los Angeles and
ork, a trustee. Wta Return
ai yutseTnhot of the trust company aId
William r tary Thoe tor ot Pa ient 0, A. Tick.
lani C-. ...x" ct.r ettn syle ej4.t 0At< AtIgiat 13 ood
gage plaee a lien on all She proper-lt to rtu rn uauti gs r 1i.
nww w or- to beowne4,4y t. t:oS: ....
any, Iad,. buil4itas, rlling tock, "D! ran
4 per cent, tt mortga e ba due tl1 .. Aus
1JuIp, 1 Thea Ilnd arod.n.ved t iewee
th mort~ge t*onttst of 13.5 acre, ,aso ll see tn
Wlyi*ng in e vtettty oa' W(Nt ateheaUslt M n Iear
so tf.imwlb to ar Sais bet'wiee
| treet i4 l p'. i -tDoie Ouioub
-- r '-IU Slid i -out, Poob
D. MLLR 'tF. P. A..
A.oiak,, -


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.i .i. .=.R J1

Air Line Railway.


SSOCHEDULE ErraICTITY APRIL 12, 1903.

27 I 81 I55 I SOU'IERN DIVISION .4 (
9 35 a 900 P 2 10 P Lv............ Ja onvi e..................Ari O 50 i t a t
10 15 9 54 2 50 ...p ...................Baldwin..................... 10 12al 6 a 4
11 40 11 34 p 420 P ..... ... ....... .. W aldo ............... 8 20 t 4 2 50
12 20 P ..... 4O P Ar........... GAINtESVJLLE .} ..........' Ar 7 53 a 6 l 3'
. . . 5 ....... .. .. ........7 53 a.........
..... 7 4 p Ar................. Cedar Key.............. i..v. v, 5 15 a .......
1 p . v .......... Silver 5iriligs ............. .. '.. 1
j l 8p i 'o a .... .. ......... ...... 00aa... ................ &.. .. 3 12 41
2 B5 p 302 a ....... .............. W ild*ood.......... ...... ..... ... 11
5 10 p 7 45 ....... ......... .... Orlando ................... ..... 00 p
4 14 p 4 42 .... ................... Dade tty. ... ... ......... ...... 1 1 1 10 o 87
S511 p 543-aI ...... ........ .......Plant City.............. .......10 op 9
7 08 pill 0 ..... ............ .. .. Palmetto ................. ..... 30 p 7 2
7 R8 p Il 46 a ........ .................... ..A.. .. i.. ... 2 p.t7
46 13 30 p ... .. ... .. ....... 5& rasota ............. .... .. ..'.. ... 0 a 7 0.
S. t 5 ....... r .. .TaM pa ........... ... ..... Lv "...... )00 I ( ,
NORTH AND EAST | 84 I 86 I WST AND NW ORLEANS 15 5 1 i
Lv .Jaiksonville............ 8 45 7 50 p .. -v Jackonville............... 3 -,.
A1: Fernandinap.......... 1 05 .. Q pAr Lake City.......... ....... .... 55lpil:' a
Ar Brunswiekr ............ 1201 p ....... Ar LiveOak............. ..... :)'0
A.rS Ivannab............ 11 pl 11 j a.. ...r.. Mad on................ ..... 6 75p 115
A&r Farfax.i... .......83 9o p .1 44a ... ar ontic llo ................. .. 10 8 l
Ar Denmark.............3 67p 2 20a... Ar TAllbaausee.................. 940p 82
Ar Camde n........ ...... t4018.
Ar Coltba............ 866a... Quiny.................. 4
Ar CWamden....... ...... 40p a ... 54a Ar Jver ,.un optionn ......... ..... ..... 6
Axr lo ol................. 965p 8Oa ... Ar Pneacola.j....................... 6
Ar Wtimtrngton............... 12051p. Ar Mobile.................. .. 1.
Ar Southern Pines......... 11 36a .. Ar Nw Orleans........... .......
Arn s h.................11 p 046 ....... Lv Jaoksonville............. ...... 7
Art wi4ond .I*-....-..... P ....... Ar Macon .......:........................ 85(
Ar h O A......... 6 88 p I...... Alnanta.;................ 7
SAr Withtington ............ 10 10a 8p ...... Chattanooga..................., I0
tr -hlladelpha........... 16' .. St .ouis.........................,6
Ar New Vork........... 15 p 680 a.. hicago............. .........
Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 31, excel
Saturdays, from Gainesvilee.
Train No. 84, Seaboard Exprees, drawing room Pullman sleepers betwe.
Tampa, Jacksonville and New araon, via Richmond and Washington. \es
buled day coaches between Jacksonvl*e and7ashington, via Richmond. C
dining oar service fr6m Jacksonville. J
No. 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mai, baggage Iand express cars b
tween Jaeksonville and Washington, and drawing roofh Pullman sleepers b
tween Jacksonville and New York.
No. 55connets at Starke for LaCrosse, Alachila; Willeford, Wannee a
intermediate points, and at Arener with Early Bird branch.
SNos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa 8undays, Tuesda
and Thursdays, 11p. ."
A. 0. MACDONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
E. C0. COBB,'Ticket Agent, Gainesville.


CL'DE YINE


Jacksonville iand New Yorl,
CaHing at OIALESTON, 8.0,both ways.
The fl&net Steambips in the Coastwise Service

Clyde New England and Southern jine
Direct Service between JAOKSONVII, 'BOSTON and
PROVIDENOB, and All Eattemr Points,
oQUing at Ohaluleston bath ways.

SSouthbound ....... .. roMLewi Wharf, l"S
Northbound.....: ..,..... om Foot o at re at., Jacksowv


*t *JAc '8oNV.0 rii 0d SANiFOr ,

ng, on St. Johs Rver'U-;
'Steamer "1ITY O' JAC8ONVILLE"
uttf tim.te4 to sil as foows
Leat iwfor9:0 a. m Mondys, ednesdag and Friday
so SO E
Leave m ........ .Jack l Arr' >

Sm. -... ,,,.. ..:...er fotd 3eL S
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Honor.


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l 'r:TALKS SOME
bd1.He s .Receiving As-
of Support Daily From
People, and Believes His
r Nomination Ara Fine.,

*, June 8--Hon. Frank.
'Lake City, will certainly
for Congre.s, and this
..able Floridian will,, un-
1 tail, come mighty near
the Seventh Oongres-.
t in the National Legisla-
possible, notwithstanding
f names connected with
t the real contest will be
:and Barrs.
ly define Jile situation
ih a clear issue, I today
his question to Mr.
a candidate before the
congress from the See-
tnaldistrict next year?"
wered:
made up my mind that.
Ir tme arrives, I shall
candidacy, and canvass
nI nomination. I am op-
'ampaigns, as I think the
have as much time as
,vOte to their private eon-
tbe.subjected to the ao-
'ring politicianR and the
political questions eon-
tm one election to an-
inpaigns always disturb
,itions more or less, and
ry, they should be short-
as can be done without
full and free discussion
es as may be involved,
htis way upon the subject,
that I would still main-
silence on the question of
Were it not for the fact
ly being asked as to my
Ith reference to this mat-
to say that I have receiv-
1.i receiving assurances of
all portions of the dis-
at these assurances, comr-
"do from gentlemen of un-
,standing and prominence,
Iy|ng in the extreme.
a answered your question
desire to stir the politeal"
this time, but solely for the.
at in view of existing oon-
It seemed incumbent upon
ak, and to advise the people
uoseason I will seek their ap-
mny candidacy for the high
representative in Congress."
hose citizens of the Second dis.
present in Tallahassee Mr,
candidacy has met with
pleasure. and it is known from
letters received, and from.
Ss in the State press that this
t is very general throughout

'Was Wasting Away.
lowing letter from Robert R.
I. a toubled with tK4`yU
wthe lve years, I ot
,vsr felt well and doctored
ig W .in and tvie a
itgeMed without relief.
an two bottle completely
Sold by W. 0, Wilisaci drug

OMING CONVENTION.
H Thoma Will Make Camass
,r. HOmes for Delegates.
SThoas, oihairmaa of the
Doanty Coommteioaer, will
,nyas t today In the umitr of
emmodatoaMn (or the dele-i
the County Coaclsasloners'
I Eosd# Anuoqatlora ecven-


si wll be t held'i this city on




inibut to St uinsv6
anWvlU 6a arbeem tled fo er
pibs ti opar litsft 4wln re-
t e'.o ,U . 6.. 0 pw

a lloy st, mte t.a* req
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Swet, c tlsp altes
of wheat "ad malt.


Co rtrst Over Will.
Ne-', Yor', ...In .-Thle executora
&and h 'tr.3. c-f t'e M. 'rCo)b estate have,
axppe:l I.e tICe a;ipelate division of
CeO supc.:) courc the recent decision
of Ju::'o Truax giving to Anale. Mc,
Comb Her-zcg, the wife of art a~htt,
heo irorata.. hare of tbe eBtate, e*t"
nmat"-!d tc h worth $4,100,000. Devl
o''.-:.3 rince tha last trial have
C:aown, It. ta p,1serted, that the estate
is worth bet'.-cen !20,000,000 and $25.,
00..0'. the income; of which has been
practically tied up during the press.
ent proceedisge.. The suit grows out
of a provislop in McOomb's will cutting
off the contest tn case she would, mnar
ry Herzog.
Interesting to Asthma Sufferers.
Daniel Bante of Otterville, Iowa,
writes, "I have had asthma for three
or four years pnd have tried about all
the. cough and asthma cures in the
market and have received treatment
from pihysieians In New York a kd
other cia el, bet'got very little ben iflt
quil I tried Foley's Roney. and Tar,
which gave mte immediate .reletfanA
will never be without it 'in ay' house.
I -einyoreli rnoo lonasd4 it to all. .Sold-
by' W. .,t Wale tt -. ;


M _ r..-


rMta ale a'd slight,
8 hesa a U ot y-looking food
Will pleape.the mota lpricious moog,
So or!p, so alghtlt takes my whim r'
"It takes with 0all,'i uoth" SW .Jim."


j ~ F Il4~llhiII'
d~z"
4~, he


S'The1.e7,t#m)- et. srl
a different food.
for Indifferent appetites.


te.nitton... sd |,4opu ee.
"Kot having e ioy d t h)bo-Pas thro* eas,
I have trtedseVeral k nda of diett-,1.0 -uths hav ie lou
*iForce a voey thorough tril, wtt~',_.t is not only very
palatable, but '4pUcwit's heitoi, l l in-,ry aireuRnlgtlen
d produces ljt Wvhat it cl.l.m to dot .'ogwo
*Gionom A. RIu ."


w T WHITE'.S CREAM
SAmO R04S %v % u a E


IITorI NaiS: by hars rla JBr4., i r aiti,.iit .
S T 18.....i.) 1'I S-
5!p. ._.


H.F.DUTTON & C O.
COTTON DEPARTMENT..


'u $e.4 ,,rt W.n u i""e S4,aslL Q ,a n.LItti,. .
Advance t made. Warehouse charges free. Firm ,fftier
made by litter or Wrire orre,4po(t4* -
:0 one solicited.


SOU T HE.RIN "R Al I WA-Y
n'Con-ction i Vth ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
1: * '.' .' n*E lsiV, V JA m lt I 1. I" I 'M


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oSTApi Moae, siUana W olhn)n wi, hwee0 Joacksonvrl and aN tr Yerk

it to their interest to oommimu ., ,,,. . . ......... :::.:::::'. ^.
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The qiuaestion0 of Tit h aI
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'To any pl ce, 0 tf lAnd hl
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Ing the .tMiemptloi of tmn-
canceled tatx ecrtllteates
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MAW o an '*theof United Stato1Pos,
sgp tres, for Wixyeatr as.d0iso gonphatm st1,2
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qrity0Uint e ver, publAsbed-every
4. 'aI s Bhurfaty,, unad cintu in it ., a.the
news of the week, local. state and gen-
qra a .d4wil .be iaAied, ipostage free, to siny
tlf te Ulted tates or Caaa. f r4St
A lea:r- i advance.
AUl advertiing bills become due after first
,Amearanoe of advertisement, unless otherwise
i clpulate In contract. Parties not known to
as. i," be required to ay for advertiin Inn% ad-
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!, 1''.. VU. FLA.
TARIFF TINKERING.
Just now there is a great outcry by.
the protection organs against "tariff
tinkering," The American Economist
leads off with warnings that "pros-
perity is endangered if the sacred tar-
; i' tis touched," and.a mighty chorus
follows its lead. Every effort has been
Snade to suppress Governor Cummins
S and his Iowa followers who were in-
S ined to protest against trust exaq-
.. tions, and the efforts have apparently
be successful A same theane time it
s '*":.. not apparent why the Republican
patty should be so shy about' "tariff
tinkering." It has done enough of It.
An official Ilst of tariff bills passed by
that party was published by theo joint
S. congressional ctiiuittee in 1898, and
i shows the following tariff measures:
Act of March 2, 1861.
Act of Augute5, 18061.
Act to increase the duties on tea,
S coffeeoand sugar, December 24, 1881,
A ct .of July 14, 1862.
Act of March 8 1802.
S Johit resolution of AprUl 29, 1804,
S teniporarily increasing duties,
June 80, 1864, act to increase dup
ties.
M 'arch 8, 1865,act a mending certain
acots imposing duties on live animals.
Julte 1, 1806, act to protect lumber.
. "** m en,....
S At of July 28, 1860.
Act of March 2, 1867.
S Act oi March 22, 1807,
S Joint resolution of March 2, 1807.
S Act of March 25, 1,867.
Act of March 26, 1807.
Act of Mardh 20, 1807.
Act of February 8, 1868.
Act of February 19, 1869.
Act of February 24, 1800.
Act of July 14, 1870.
S: .. -et of Dlec. 22,1870.
S Act of Jan, 80, 1871.
Act of March 5, 1882.
Act of April 5, 1872.
Act of May 1, 1872.
Act of June O, 1872.
Act of June 10, 1872.
Act of March 8, 1874.
Act of May 9, 1874.
Act of Juie 1J, 1874.
S At of June 18, 1874. .
Act of June 22, 1874.
Another act. of the same date.
Act Of March 8, 1875.
On March 4, 18975, the Reopubllcan
party lost coutrol of legislation and
did not regain it till March 4,1881. Then
It resumed business for two years as
I.' follows:
Joint resolution of March 11, 1882.
Aot of May 4, 1882.
Act ofDeac. -W, 1882.
Act of March 8,1883,
Another aot of the same daito.
Onil March 4, 1888, the ,Republicans
lot4 control of logilation- until March-
4, 1889, when it rosuned business
agaIn, with the following results:
Act of Feb, 18. 18i)0.'
Act Of June 10, 1890.
Act.of Oct. 1, 1890 (the McKinley
*..- aw). ,
Act of )ec. 15, 18to,
S Act of Marchli 8, 1893.,
S Again thl Republican partylost ecoi-
trol t le islRtion., but resumed ou
S March 4, 189)7, with th.se results:
a Aot of July 24, 187 (the Dingleyh
SAnotheraot of tie sait date.
:- rThla brings theo record o the date. of
the pubticatton, and it showa two
$i $pkers per day on several oocasionks.
$linei theft there has been lnore or less
S tinkering, suh u as lhthe iusnsion of thle
duity en cotal, without ainy indulstrial
4iitatues,^ Moat o these ate. were.
l toi$ gpeal rev tol.ut but merely
t ttionlt of sote petiil* features of


low rIeultv, ^t N 1

The other day OoJ, A. iPo't, w
probably 4id Ior to popularfe trls
bcyc le.thil.an. F t "i' nn Ml
United States, ead'o an i.iteresting
statement asoto why. theo ,bicycle trust
failed, Col, Pope sta.d at the beginrw
s1ing that he built up, blI own great
trade in bicycles by, advertising. And,
this is what he said with V'espet to the
career of the trust "ii the lirat year
of its trtlumplial manreb it began to salt
away money for ,Is stockholders by.
cutting down its advertise hig_-_iusing
what onet of its offleilas like tO call
thosee condensing ;nthod." l ext year,
it gave some more wringing tA-ist '
tle compress of its condpenster. Dar-
ingthe year just closing it eomnipressed
Its q(lvertising alnmolt to the Vaiishing
point, and in all tf ese years its busi-'
niSs shrunk in direct proportion to the
shrinkage of its advertising, Until in
September last, -just three years from
the month of its sanguine start, it do-
faulted the payment of its fixed
charges and went into the hands of re-
ceivers. It never paid a dividend and
its fifty operating plants have shrunk
two-thirds."
A Miami correspondent states in
the Times-Union of May 22d, that the
grading for an extension of the East
Coast Railway to Cape Sable, the
southernmost point of the United
States, was being pushed and that the
piling for the bridge over the Miami
river has all been placed in position,
that a portion of the bridge timbers
are in place and, the steel draw is
being put up. As soon as grading is
completed the iron will be laid and
the locomotive will soon make its I p-
pearaneo at Cutler, and later, .oni at
Cape Sable. The distance from Jack-
sonville to Cape Sable is 450 miles.

Jim Alexander will soon start out
on his campaign. Ife will visit every
county in the second district. Mr,
Alexander says he intends to patron-
ize the newspapers liberally, -as he
considers this the best and cheapest
mode of reaching the people. iHe re-
members what elected R. Hudsou
Burr.-DeLand News.

It is perfectly apparent that ex.
Senator Wilk. Call has foreaworn poli-
tics once and for all, He has sticees$-
fully linked h.is tottunes with J. P.
Morgan and is now i'W the ranks of
the detested capitalists.--Pensacol a
News.

When Frank Adams wine that
$10,000 from the Lake City paper, and
lBob McNainee the $30,000 froM John
Denhnam, we may expect to hefir seone
thing drop in IFlorida politlis.-Palatka
Herald.


A invisible Enemy to Healt

Malaria is an invisiie atmospheric poison. The air becomes inl .
ted with the gases and microb l sing rom the .arshesdand low lands,
damp cellars, eweripes, adlyventilated h es and decaying .egeta-
e trand we c ci ly inhalethem into the lungs, hen
they're taken up by th blood ad cirCulated throughout the system. , "
Mal4ra gives no warning of its coming; no immediate effects are
seet, and no1 violent symptoms appear until the unfortunate sufferer is
con1tely at the mercy of this hidden foe, This invisible enemy may.
i us night and day, but often the first intimation we have of
its presence is a chilly, creepy sensation. running over the body,
sometimes followed by a slight fever, and an always tired, drowsy and
depressed feeling. The blood soon becomes deeply poisoned, thinned
and weakened by the teeming millions of microbes and germs, and an
irregular, slow circulation is the result. This condition of the
blo6o gives rise to innumerable and serious troubles: torpid liver,
entligement of the spleen, loss of appetite and feeble digestion, a
pall]tl or yellow skin, boils, carbuncles, abscesses, indolent ulcers,
LtomUSvILL, Kv., March 26th, 1902. and pustular and
ler several years I suffered with Chills and Fever, scabby skin erup-
caused by Malaria in my system, and each summer for tions of various
several years I would relapse. Finallymy physician pre- kinds, are common symptoms of n ala
scribed S. S. S. In all, I. took three bottles, and they Frequently the health becomes so inipai
entirely citred me, and I have never been troubled since. and such a lifeless condition ensues that
I am aure no other medicine coul4 have given me so erson interest in his ia
complete and immediate relief, and I cannot speak too ses interest n hs rroun s a
highly of S. S. 8. My partner in business is now taking faith in all human remedies. Malaria,
S. S. for an eruption of the skin and general run down allowed to remain ih the System, lays the f,,
condition his system, and though he has taken but dation for other diseases that very often pro-
one bottle, already commences to feel better, fatal or permanently wreck the health
Malaria can only be worked out of t]
system through the blood, and a remedy that can destroy the germs and microbes ;
neutralize the bad effects of the poison offers the only hope of a cure, and the only ml1ei(jt
that can accomplish this is S. S. S., which not only purges the blood of all morbid, unhealt
matter, but keeps it pure and healthy. It searches out and destroys every trace of Malari
poison, and keeps the blood in such a vigorous condition that poisonous matters of no kin
are allowed to accumulate, but are promptly expelled from the system.
During the spring is an opportune time to begin the fight against this invisible enein
for the hot, sultry summer days will cause the germs to multiply and sfill further impo
erish the blood and weaken the constitution, and now more than ever the Malaria suff e
)needs a good blood purifier and bracing tonic;--
f .... A course of S. S. S. at this particular season w,
I V relieve you of Malaria and its attendant evils, reinfor
and build up the system, purify and strengthen the slit
gish blood and quicken the circulation, wheii the a)ppetii
^# *i and digestion improve and all the vital powers gdl
,recuperate under the invigorating tonic influence of ti
great vegetable remedy. Its freedom from all minerals makes it the ideal remedy in a
Malarial troubles and perfectly adapted to the most delicate constitutions.
If yoi have any sympptoms of Malarial poison, write us about it, and our Physicians wil
take up your case and advise you without charg-, Book on Blood and Skin Diseases, free


THE SWIFT SPOEIFI OOOMPANY, ATLANTA, GA.


AUGUSTa
Ra)ses N1


Catarrh Cannot be Cured Augusta
promptlly
With local applications, as they can- raised the
not reach the seat of the disease. meat her
Catarrh is blood or constitutional Third reg
disease, and in order to cure it you closed up
must take internal remedies. Hall's aftIrnoonpo
Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, and L6yles, a
aots directly on the:blood and m' eoous gUstd, Undu
iurfceOs., Hall's Catarrh Cure is nota ditona to
quack niedlciuh. It was prescribed by Unitda
one of tji' best, physicians in this coun- sam tlmnt
try for year and ts a regular prescrip, his stalt
tion. It los oniposed of the best tonics rade and i
known, combined with the best blood Ignatedi b:
purifiers, acting directly on the mu- Thda m
cous surfaces. The perfect combina- 'uata and
tion of the two ingredients is what two regime
produces such wonderful results, in placed 'be
curing catarrh. Send for testimonials phro(niclev
free. itateoment
F. J, C a & Co. Props., Toldo, scribed a
iSld bI druggists, price 76a. crin
HalPsFamiil YPills are the best. overfnr
,--'.Th... e fun
It was' acolored man who sent the with seve:
first carload of cantaloupes front -
Florida, and who revolved. #1,200 f. o.
b. Ocala, for this pr dueo of his toll,
Our MassachUsetts friends will please WIll I
intmAke a note :of this ,outhern ouftragei '
to point their lix t set of resolutionsa _
anent the down trodden brother in : io
black.-Daytotna Gaiete.
----------.-- Pold
Hot Weather Weakness. .
If you feel fagged out, lis tl andess .
lackiug iu energy, you a're perhaps .W, .
stlfering from the debilitating effeetsl
ltf Suititer weather. These syiptolh s
indieatu that a toilk6 is needed thiAt ,
will oCeait.f a healthy appetite, mn i ke
digestinf perfect, rvgtdate the boweli
and impart natural activity to t-he S
liver. This, i'erbine will do;, it ii a
tonic, laxative and restorative. IH; ",
Froiegalrd, PrTpr. Grand View. Hotel,
Cheney. Kan., writ.: "I have n..du
terbiute for ihe pa.t twetle year,, a
NOthing on ith ea itt ia l It 'lAira
ereoumneud Uso mi Jhy.)wr "Ir l A
iNeton, Keau.. 6W at J-ous;o5. 'i


A PROMPT WrITH MONRY.
ot y Amouwt to Insure
tho Enoampment.
, 4%. June 3.-Augusata has
ait the governor'a oftier ad4
$2)O00. to:psure the et< np 3
e tnifJly of tthe firt and
[ie *' The matter was
rtil the governor Monday
y Mevfasr. Cabalish aund
*ctli* foi the ciltien ofl Ae-.
d it, li announced theAIt in ad
these two satae reglmentoa
Will 4 .t Ve btalion. of the
ta rm'".'ar .y: rXgul~I'ls.at th*e
e, .A Governor T'errell and
wil Vlsit the0camrp for a p-
review O ny. day.ito be des-
y tihe people of Auuita.
atto. of the camnp for Au-
the. tarms upon- which the
netitst Could be seured wa
for'y people by. The
ntiday morning, wlith the
t4Mt hee funad tust be sub-
at, aanawer given :to .the
beoi'i o'elfck Monlil."
d w~a promptly subscribed,
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1iIiT'ONISTS ARE P,

fltan' Victory Makes Them el
e*-Only a Small Per Cent of the
,.icts Voted for the Selling of
ilskey. *. : "
ile ift was impossible to secure
opeteree trna of the wet and
pi*ctlon held in this county TeS.-
'iti evident that'the county will
ry by at least 300 majority only a
Sthe precintots going wet.
S'oanvass will be made by the
Sof Coubty Cowmmlssioners Sat-
y, when the official result will be
red. In the meantime the ea-
will continue to do business.
,pened promptly at 6 o'clock yes-
morning, and matters appeared
ie as .usual.
T., SCORED BY MINISTERS.
ah Divines Use Death of Fee.
,. Igy a' Example.
tnab, Ga., June 3.--,n some of
tnrches Sunday the mninlters
'dwelt upou or referred to the
f George Feeley, the prize fight.
died from the effects orf a blow
oe. in the prize ring last Thurs-
ght by Jim Jeffords, the Call;
heavy-weight. Prize. fighting
undly condemnedd. and It is the
I.l opInion here that there will
topre of it here for some time.
or three have been scheduled
ave not been annulled. It may
'at the Savannah Atheltlc club
ull them off any way.. One of
ghts and had been scheduled be-
..J. Jeffords ,and Philadelphla
Olyrlen, a star In the flstic world.

IILL LEAVE OLD HOUSE.
naire Sage to Purchase Fifth 4i
enue Mansion.
w York, June 8.--Russel Sage,
has lived for 42 years in the mnod
welling at No. 606 Pifth avenmae,
In aJl lprobability take advantage
option to purchase No. 653 FiPfth
e and make it the home of him-
'and Mrs. Sage.
e old, Sage home 'ham become
Ilched between a confectionary
f. and a hat shop, and within a
e'S throw are shops of varlou0
Is. TbOy have grated harshly on
nerves of Mrs. Sage, although not
oncertlng the financier. Yielding
last to her wishes, however, ,Mr.



LEYSHONETETFAR
,ehas o.nsened o leave the home.


RAGEDY NEAR COCHRAN, GA.


minent Farmeirs of Pui0tkl County
Have Fatal Encounter.
xchrIn,l Ga;, Juneo 1.--erry Fo.s-
whot and kIdled oBen Holmes, at
home of Joshua flarrell. about 4
sa from here Sunday night, BIath
r are prominent farmer, of Put
l-county . ..
beie had b*eeo a quart0 of lonsg
dniag about a nelg h"trhod. road,"
fling thrtaght the favin of t0olmes.
ley had been out riding With Mila
rell atd found that some soe had
logs across the road. ,Oij his re-
1 Foskey met flomielt in Harretll
sza. and accused him of blockad-
the road.
olmes denied this. foakey lnsitst-
on the charge. 'Iolmes agave Yes
tbe lie, whereupop F'oakey pulled
pistol and fired, killing Holmes Iti*
utly. Fiskey then lumped into 1hi
lgy, drove off and bad not been auaip




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.,oni, for tId rehef of the ftffoerer
re Up. -.tlo'te rall. *--The snwater. :*.
the o' ielia snows in the Cw4 ti
4'Alene mounta1s are causing a rao
'3fcE of all stroami. The tracda of
the Northern Paclite are in danger
near hope, .Idaho, where the water
are uto otile rails. The snowfall In
heaviest In the history of the region
ind disastrous flood are feare'L'
A. Victprla. B. C. dispatch says that '
fearing a currenoe of the floods on
the Frazer river this sumtner the Do,
minion. govornmelit has instructed lo-
cal MMeteorologist Reed to establish a
series of looltout stations on the Pra,'
sor to give telegraphic Warninga.
Many thousands of dollars have been
lost by shippers of strawberries from
t.e. v.st truck farms on the eastern
shore of Maryland. A great slump
In prices was caused by the sudden
breiakng cf tUhe drought and hot sun
which rapidly ripened the berries.
They are thrown on the uit4,et fIor
what they will bring.
Prcsleaent Baor, of the Rieaciing com.-
pany, has issued' orders that the minn-
.era who will not cuti enough coal to
keep the breakers in operation nine
hours a day are to be discharged. He
estimates that if the present syatbm
is kept up the company will be at
least 1,500,0i0 tous behind Its output
at the end of the year beginning with
April.
A severe thunder and ball storm
has swept over Vienna completely
polling the Whitsuntide holidays, asay8
a New York Herald dispatch tromn
that city, Lightning. struck one of
the wings of 'SchunbrUnn palace,
where the emperor Is staylag, but A.lj
nut do imuch damage,
Outs, Bruises and Burns Quickly'
sealed.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm i an anti-


septic, liniment, and when applied to
outs, bruises and burns, causes them
to heal without maturation and much
more quickly than by usual treatment.
For sale by all ,druggists and,mwedl-
cine dealers.
Sunday School Picnic.
The union Sunday sBhool .eourwton
to Olurnett'p Lake yesterday w-i- a
tnost enjoyable affair. The students
of the 3lethodist, Baptlst *istd P p*$bv`-
torian Sundsay ihools att ended, #,ilei
being about 80 oi n tess*ndanese. 'h;T
exeursio: ipart returned last nl!ight .
6o 'look, tred but happy '.;: i

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Pill a bottle or common glass witih yoUw
water aisd let it ad tletInry-our hori'. a
ss*maent or aset-
itiling indikate at
unhealthy condt-
tion of thb kid,
hneys i., tt tains
yourtm. lto :.t la
S*v~idenc r kid-
ney ti oubt; too

tonvnglroof ltith e kidney

otprwssd.L thit D. K;te'


KOWA $s gresa abaIt
wish in oir the
btak, kWidney, er 1

it, or bad "i4eff6t fel.i
wtnaorb', ashi ove
durig g W
durt e. the.


I' od ra d a ts

mere about m bor h ai


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. -ll*rill i l- . : .. *. **.e Mr.. :.. .; p
ag reports that the lnsurgents I1 Dont make any ematat. t esoten
# province hoar 'capturvd tho be, the name, .wattm o,-
i of rhe PinP ChaUs .and rHom 't n s pi at tIn aol1,
a. oimmunileattott between YTti" Bin ghsim ,.! .,"Y.X.;, pip .Tmqmdlin Is put'

Gr,'1-it' _I'.I " TATIN&&



Ia In i nt oir. t ov I d u 4 4 rdf.

w* devo' s the ibst. i m e.. the ii 'I i Ur w
'1 *Wt 10 a i we boi. Ye *

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...t, CeId 0o irr guIri gies Of thle '~toai
( "Nb bwel When these iamportt koransK
fait toct ~ lar-ly the system becomes clogged with
iriti ds i perfect health is iuppossitbl. IMoz-
JOY4i ixiris a pleasant lemon drink which
Sge t thoroughly cleanses the system. It is
Whe perfect Tiquid laxative, and is good for every
member of nte family. Fifty cents a bottle at all
dfrn Store.- 0.Mozley's Lemon Hot Drops M oz ley
are without Any equal for-coughs, colds, ..Lmo
bronchitis ore thlu oat, etc. Leron


i t ake eyTheytmorarlly
.. n % i M by agitating Ie
bowels, but re Ulartiaton calmnot be secured until the liver l
secrctcs eniouh R,-e to inake the ,6InesI _
execute their natural functions. Unat-
uralagitation causedby cathartics, compels
contialnW and Increaing doses to
ata a the results.

*Iacts on the
liver c(ire% Chile -
S and Fiver, and every form o0
lA IalarIal, Bilious, Remitting and Inte-
mitting PFevers, and, by going to the seat of tht
trouble, works permanent cure.
Jl.. 'tIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE,

For ,l<-o by Jofvhrn0n Bros., 3Ail-eSvil lo


MARCUS


ENDEL


Guinesville, Flbrida


Men We Want to Talk To.
I believe Chat /( v-ry/ maIt in GOainCiwsllet was a olothin'g exp


Iif et6Iwy mant4inGaicville k new the positive fdotos in thu cans(-tht
every .mot *'1 iw'l.Hf/e woddki eo ne straiUht to ts for alt his clothing,
.ls(tch 4!eek tav 'i/l ptdblish Ia litth' (r/nlut on this lti?('et. hbis
we ,kA 4 .Wttnl

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Pt'I1 W UlRES .
Why arm the best-drescad min <
In Gaineviivlle our patrons?
W'hy do eoxpfrte.on dress inva-
riably buy Imrou .i'/
The answer Is oebviou.-ii-thy
knowi Wit thty went In cloth-
ng -- ftind tilittir diarl,lnatUi(
tlN them we have It.
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W 'll nt. eay hat 1/ 1f
*lEstt w re pmd a al tAs or ,.I
a .-( aref ... 4res r 'ha
t'Vl~ icftlvr^^nyelt 9 lridlf4 4^<

fan ftat & &idthe hf at cothtji
the iei4aft anasawiawar win d
u,,. *6fl74.teW* A^ugw .~Y~r. .Olyr 7f, ; : '
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It1 p$'.l Bros. (b., o ;
"a thevoll, to 4x wi* rt*yfem s makate

of th! #t ~)-C lo t. g!lp4heAWorld'."


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i Vthe aoveOoistme. ! ai pttai
ttoesr nain4 wit lonitb K MW4
.'u 60 0. bCnlt 1."

DO, EOa t mwa ew
-buy until yditi hbva" klon ;S19. n 1
po oo,, i fop on Uand bIoopt- I
im *' _-.i*1| ~l lii <.>n livk>.^*>l'>&-i i r wnI ll k


of miaoluds. Old
oba0e., Seoold-hal
prloe. Onlll on or -s
agen t Te Vim 4er
Giaienyiell. Fla.,


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WA l NTtI>-MCn to lopiirnm 'tber ib rti ''
imve4. l1oiMim'lv wtenitlbliin ed ':altO
t l(Iu 9al n ant lco, on4ttUt1. Iu5lu OrleansL. t< -,.. ...


IF YOU want f ftt. uti-tio-, ow job i'lU i- i,'
T1nl SIT14 otltIN t th. to thoe i to ietW It.



Slathshe k Pianos,

NOTED FOR SWEETNESS AND PURM-
TV OF TONE, POWER ANI
DUltABI ITY,
Diest pilan or ON trNl*I cl te 1 tto 0t'ida
tune lonwor tihut others, oovim otedo ,of
beat matoerthlma itlt iiome ntrtblUoe
w orkftuillhip obtaiinible.
Up to tdito In evory
detal il 'i Un- i

Sold by us continuously for
OVER THIRTY TWO YEARS
without t single failure. If you
want a pitno or lifettime's ,
servioe buy thu ..4
1Watthualhe 1 T
'rioeso N low. S .1 'onat 0 flonS. with qual .tty
Ombh or on easy ternm., Sent ono 1 atys o ''
trial. We t ay trelriht. Write
ofr p rwo Tru)AY, .,:


Ludden&Bates


Southern Music Hose, ...
SAVANNAH, GA |
JOHN D. MURPHY, MIr.
ISTAItJIIEDI *' 1679

Farming mplements


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Bought in Gar t'Los SoId in any'


U1t Qe of Or Cataogups,

Baird Hardware Co.
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Klghest Market Prio Paid.

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-' ." ,")f ',:' 'o'' " .. .. !- .. ,.- ' ,' ..:..- . '
rtig ..re Wii be of and l :of w and
14w of sw/ ad s of sw/4 o
.. uv'ered Tonight. ... .... w...
WY4 of nw4 ofA.w a.'d. W/ of
,PROGRAM WILL BE. F. .. .,. .../1 .D..'
That: part of sel/ f saWi4 inof
ilg and Tyner Will Sing "asey Doane road and W of branch .. ..
....... . ,. ', ._. p : -. / : *W ...of of ne1/ .of se8,6 / ., ...s .
ttiie Pat," and the Rierainder of ,f -nw w .... o ....
t e Program Will be One of Un- "Se4 of ne... ..... ... ;.,.. .
S'1 'o- f ti3%4 aand ksw. of ne,....
ual Interest. f'w of" of nw .. ..
The entertainment 'aid lecture of Nw of se. ..; .... ......
ie -boy orator, Master Arthur "Sip-. of .
J.1,^ wiiah will b" givenn at the opera d n1enciri 198 fWet n of "w-norf,
Muse this evening for the benefit of er of neM of se%4, run p 108 feet
t, O0ak Hall .B a iebatl Association, 0'e 0 feet, 1908 feet and w 660
omistes toprove of a tiot, enjoyable .:fee t." ". ". ....." ".
....."'OV4,111c ':. .i1 iu ot n an V s 100 feet e and
Ilre, gand those whi attend will not. w 200N e.,e o n a by0 fe ,-
w in ow corner ofse of snwt
tly passpea'nsat evening, bur will W'1/i of sw of se. ,,. ....,,
4ipa good caise. 1/" of nwi% and nw% of sw" ....
The entertainment- will open with .
L(aVl ta i,itain 1F; Miftal Al.i. l 1 Nw and nww of ney4 and sBel of


-ir nen, wlmli n Will oni. uoiuweu y *'
0- soi| lo6 by that sweet tenor singer,
l 60 Goodwin'.
.,. iter Arthu r Sipprell, a Florida
b f who.is only thirteen years of age,
i l, deliver his lecture on the "Scenic
tt~iaio1 of Alaska and the Yukon
hrri-bo'y, which is said by those who
uVe 'heard it to 'be a most inter-
7 0eintg discourse of that beautiful
> obo'try. Master Arthur hnmdles
hiiisbject with remarkable'ease and
age for. a youth of his fige. He speaks
:,not' from what other say, bus, having
'ltpenitiwo years 4 f that far off country,
'/6ls his hearert from the standpoint of
exPzprienoe and .'half observation.
iollowlng the lecture will be some
Sgeorge Tyner's work in coon songs,
.;. Colhnan Int rag-time selections,
the, entertalinmeatio to eonelude with
hat, laughable vocal production,
| O.iy at the Bfat."
T, t entertainment will begin at 8 15
1'ol oik, atnd it is to be hoped, that a,
,7i1. audience will encourage both
ipiorrnorsand ithe assoolatlon,

| An odd l light to Ic '(W ei> lin' i""Iith)
fie.t1 a.tile ittu e o.' t:io: i,:;'; !w:.Uo/"
ol- l eii: : 'ects. il citik .iii ioJ ltio aill
Co deVinti le Q the tre t c;: *r; iilt;.',1 y v: rv
tnairrow nd tltho ho i-ll, ;o:.l), ,
NSi or Beven s tpQ'oi 'thle li'otr s i~ .e-
often- so na rrow 111t hoti'so, vlhlh'is nor
not permitted In tliifMo. WN'Lei the po
lel. ioveo from i i Ilnco to ihIhl.'I tihe!r
household goodl ,ti ol obattili tr tiruifl-
orted In inhdilarts, Then., listuiiil of
tnben painfully .hugged up the n;'arow
st rceasos, for tliei re i<1no e.'levators.
tly tro bolsttd In hIrge baskets by
eti$anm of block nuidl tiwctlo to the par-
ithular floor to w ch i' they ire d(lstlned.
,Wheil tiheret, they I r, plissod In through
lalge doorilke wliindows. In most of
these cities one se,:. orniaomntal Iron
ipoikt projectilg I'fuii'i the topmost cor-
lice of the facade, to whilbh the tackle
Is adjusted. It works on precisely the
Lame _1lUn in tli:t followed In Amerl-


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09
he

eli


,. can stable lorts forrholsing uhay. /, Andi s-wyi anud eyi .f1 nw,; ., ;1o
All "less w% of seo% of nwi/4'... 835
Anulinl 5 and I'ru. Al3 ... .... .. .. .... ...... 36
Ascertalned facts soem to show us 1.ot '6 . ........ "I
that by the lower forims of nnl1mil-lIfe Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 south
"y te h. s nn i-fe of grant line and frattions.1 neo
t of nw/.4 .-of nw and"'%. of nw% /
word. cm.ii, rell it nIl. Lobsters, for Lots t 0, 7 o s and 8. .. ..... B
;iituttiw'", will vollili'nrlly deprive them- 1tts 2, 8,3 4, 5, 6, and T.' of grant
s Ollve of tlh'Orcl wr if suddelly Ilfarn- line ... .. ... .....o .... $t
ed iy soia tnsuch isoutld tas tinit enuiicl Lots 1, 2, 5, 6, 7 and 8 rof Grant
L; th liat. I' '' of ia ienvy gun above line ...... .. .. ..:.... ... .
Sthei. A chrO. ti,-lzed whlle feeling' by Nwn.... A .. ..., .. .......
Ia grcatcr tilnd stronger,, will ontilnu All lis nM% of tlnww it ls nl of,
Its mniel while being itself. devoured' nw'% of itw1 4 .. .. .... 11
tA Ish.1 torn and tiiangled by the bonk All les ae 'of sw' .. . ...; 12
wIll -iatru lu a inmomitet or tit to the IN of nyi, aid n of s% nd sq
hait, with lts'upieiltoi ulnipaird. .of nw% ~'and al% of nd 4 aid ,i
A hllhdworim.or a mind lizard, It u At k 1e,1 i o f .t. 14
exlpa'vcidly Ml"Aed, will snap its body I l t iSot. a4d n of lot 12.. ... 18
Stw.aliln nd gldhe a-way, none the worse Neo of -e a4d e% of sea' of so t 2s-
-for thle1 ntutltl'h. to reproduce the Lot lI t V3 ............ ., 84
seven d substtiice. It is lhird. ludeted, loeiks 2 id. 8 ... .,... ... .. 34
In cnit's such in these to Insalst that Block 4., ..... ..... .. 4
a pln. iII our setll of the terin, can 6 o Iota 7 and 9.: rooting 6 on Wargoea
in launy real tdgree endured. tstrekt. also commencing on west
1edge of 2nd seet and n ed of
A Stork Story. Mh ift n W -t 0 &i; rd n W :. 8Is
A Waranw journal relates the tol. h w 60 feeth a 14.12 chains,
1ovwlug story of at expoirliment made w 3.39 chins, a' 3.9 'ti and ad
iW.a lo11ish 1nol1enu1 to ascertain how fronting .Vah str"t WVin .
s? atorks iilgrate durlug the winter.: Lots 5 an e .A.4Matstr3ttWindsor
:I-e caught a stork and attauhed a Commen f li| .0 tet ot nW. >notr
l1.ate .to its nock on which wbtre In- of 6lot Ot N VWindaor, rnn a 2.11
: ribbed the. words. "l1ee ionia e e ehatl :to 4 isi...i lot and w 9. .48
P!knl.oa'" (This stork conus mfin Po- haains, '..:s thahins and 9,48.
,d'. In the following spring the chains Wndsr ;,, .. ........
ratm stork Was found In those oble- Iit al,8.,andlgOreo atWindsor
fan's park' with a bundle aroiud Its Middl eub divisno of lot 48 9
h obtaining several precious stores Washington street Windsor ....
Speat value and .the metal plate,
eat vaiue and .the mtaol~ plate, Lot 16 Main street and lot 3 WiLi-
with these words on the other aide, r n- t Windsort .l .
'Izd.a cum douls rMlit lt Polonls" s ds o .......
40 4ia 4 w him back with parent s of w......
;.';t ie Ve"). w,'4 of wy4 o!,% ,,f W.. ..4 6
... 3L T, *,ad 't d e flot 7 and lots
L.0 aw* O Uowne.. 11; I. 14 aid of fi 21. and. -
When the Dyaks of 'orneo have to lots 2 to 27 and the ,. o lot.
4%d betM ea. two disputants -thbey 2 and lots 30 and 1 ....
.ti, i t c the' i .amie .l e4 lunmp of S .intid se of s,4 a ind e of
a It tlumps r,. dropped into bl *..... .. .. ir"
"' '.a hiiitosee:umlnp dissolved I ot 4 hitk II Rochell .. ,
Sdea4ldeld to be in the wront. Lt ts 2, 11, 14, Il9 6 andt .Also
at p:.t two lie shelk.1t; on a 'oinmeneing at us cone of l.

il a tt s hi, *l E1. ob1. sals a
AllM. S.a. I lst' .I .36 a .. .. '1 14..11%
00 alI a
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14
14


8 S AtlantirdnLer..'.

8 21 200 Atlantie LCo ..


8 21

8 21
8 1
8 21
8 21
8 21
8 21

8 1


8 21


60 J W Jones.. ...


08 Ida Thompson ..
6 Simon Oaso ...
20 .Joe-Mitllel. ...
4 1 M Moody ...
80, M0nknown ......
:10 0 C, Jones
40 Champion, el-
4,. V son & , ,....
40 Warder &' Lewis


3 L M Bartleson,..


Peter Bailey .. .
J 'F Shands ....
EIllswortlih' Trust
Co .. .. .. ...


8 211 %
8 21 20
8 21 120


21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21


240
320
100
640
160


Warder &
8 G Lewis
:Atlantic L
8 G Lewis
Atlantic L


Lewis

Co...
Co.:'


6 J C Vaslr .....


9
20
38


Sollie & Adams .
.K C Sparkman ..
Peter Bailey ...
J W Jones .. ..

A G Middleton ..

C H Johnson ..


J F Todd .. .. ;
Mrs J F Todd ..
WA McLenna ..
Luny & Donavan
Unknown .....


I .ne . . . . . . . . . 17
S .. ... ... . ... .. ... .... 17
N w . . . . . . . . . . . . 18.
A ll . .. ..... . . . . . 19
W%/I of wiv/. ...... .. 21
0 acres of iv end of s% of ne of
....... ........ ... ..... 22
Coimmeinlecig at "AW corner of iIW/4
of ne4 ... ... .. . ... ... .... 22
run e 1320 feet, n 594 feet w 1320
s 594 fet. ...... ......... . 2
n1/2 of sw'/I of ne%/............22
Ne,/t of nwl less 2 acres .. .... 22
Sw% of lot 0 block 4 Brannings-2"
add to Waldo .. .; .....
Lot 2 block 5 Brannthgs 2nd add to.
W aldo . .. . . . . .... ..
Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 0 and 7 block 1. and
lots 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13
block 2 Ambrose add to Waldo ..
A strip of Aand 58 feet wide lying on
9 side of w% of block 7 Wilicys
add to Waldo ... .. .
That part of block 2 drescibed in
deed book 47 page 405 Willeys add
to Waldo ... . ... ..
The w 270 feet of w% of block 7
Willeys add to Waldo ... ......
Lots 1 and 2 block 13 Legaves add.
to Waldo
Lots 5, and $ block 13 Legaves add
to Waldo .. ... ..........
Lots 8, 9 and 10 block 9 ana fiac-
tional block .., original Waldo...
Commeneing at intersection of e line
of Dutton avenue and C(nal street
'Iand runs a 891/1 feet and e'across
lot to w line of kot 8 and n 381/4
feet and sw along Canal street
105 feet to-beginning.. ..........23
Comniencing 384 feet w of se corner
of nwi of nw'/, run n 250 feet,
w 250 feet a 250 teet and e 250 feet 23
Comnmmcing 1620 feet n of ne cor-
per of sw I, and run i 133 feet w
000 feet a 133 feet and w 6000 feet 23
Sw% of .wlA ...... ........ .. 24
N%/a of A01/4 and se0/4 of Sae/i and
nV, of sw and sw'/ of swI
and wv,, of ae',o of sw.,%..... 20
E/l of oswii and swIA of se" .. ., .8/
'V of nco/. less 10 acres in ne cor 28
All ........ .. .. . ... .... 31
N1 of wyt an nd aHwl of no/ and
nwl/t and ntI% of aw%'4 and Neo% of
aw/4 and ea, of se and sw%4 of
s /4 .. .. ....... .. .. ....... 32
noy1 and w, ./ of sea4 and se/4 of


8 21
8 21


1 5 ,
S485'

7 c3


2 19

1 48
4 55
1 07

4 485
1 49


1 87
1 79
1 27
.7 82
7 30
9 65
4 95
18 87
4 95
1 37



6 77
3 52
1 78
1 98

8 22

3 52


7 60
4 85
2 35
2 39
7 92


7 68

2' 0


2 Jennie Wells .... 6 15
40 A Fries ....... 2 50


260
120
70
640
W. {


A Fries ....... .
Warder & Lewis.
Jack (Sullivan ...
S G' Lewis .....


552 Warder &" Lewis 31 05
500 Warder & Lewis 17 13
620 Waruer & Lewis 18 87
640 Aaron Fries-'.... 18 87
40 -


21
21
21
21
91

21


21
21
21

21
21


245 AcocK & Co .... 9 15
215 AM DeBose .... 6 59


240
240
160


Warder & Lewis 7 71


Warder & Lewis.
Unknown .. ....


580 Unknown ......
600 Unknown .....


138
600

22O
32


Unknown.. ..
Unkow ""... ..."
Susuian B Fitts ..
Mrs 'lD Jone -..
Mr sM Borus..
Sarah W Rawlins


Jas Holder .....
8 D Wright ....



Joshuas Ootmant
CL Finkl1e .,
-Heirs.l J J 0
.' '' afay '^. .. ..*-


10 I1 40
10 21 20


lsfrsALPharr...

EIb~ ~i#Im -


Ii'1a Von' cIa .


L 900 I U w ..0

#1 .


505
19 11
18 87

19 47
18 87
2 18
8 06
98
1 07
0 15


4 19
1 27



208
107

2 08


6 47
10 S
a81


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'. wAdgett ..
.. N'reen ..
t: demand & Co.
2 41 21 39 Jly Amos ..
9 11 21 40. Geo Hil .
9 11 21: l.Ha..l "
9 11 21 -1 Elbert Hail .
9 11 21


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Iok 8 Girove Park .. ... .. ...
Lot 67 Grove Park .... ,.. ......
Lote 23 and '2 0rove Park ....
Eot .3 block 13 Iirove Park .. .,.
All 'w*/4 of nwi4 less 1 acre oin .
part,... .... ..... . ...... .. ..... .
40 acres in .., ,.. ... .... . ... .
Commencing 10 chains w of ne cor
run a 25. chains w 20 chains n 25
.phain. and ea 20 chain .... .. ...
Commencing 14.40 chains s of ne
Scotner... '. .... .. .......
MrE a 0 ehaiins1.w 10 / chains n 9
chAins and e 10% chains ... ....
W f of EV1R of aw .. ........
E -5.... .. ..... .... .. ...
Conmnencing at nw corner ......
* rn e 13.0' chains, a 12.12' chains
s 60 degrees, w 15.78 s 87 degrees
w" 26.04 chains and n along .ec-
tion line 79 chains to beginning .
In w % .. .. . .... ..... . ....
Commencing at se corner ........
run n 10 chains to initial point, w
121/ chains n 20 chains e 12%1/
chains and a 20 chains,. ... .....
Commencing 20 chains w of ne cor-
ner of ne .. .
run 0.20 chains, e 956 to rail
read and n along railroad to initial
point 11.22 chains e of w line of
land being described, then n 3.36
chains- and w 11.33 chains to be-
ginning ..... ....... ......
E%/g of se4 of sw 4 and that part
'of swai of se/' outside of Fish
Piraie less 1 acre ... ..........


16
86
04
30
80
48
21
98
18

18


Ily Amos .
Sinon Jenkins
J M Turner .
'J M Turrer ..


21 14:100 A'D Johns11.. 2
127 J M Turner


25 Oscar Gainage ..2


30 11 21 61/2 W C Smith....
11 21 29 Stevens & Tay-


,'s
Commencing 24' yaras a of /, mile.
line on w side and run n 480 yards
e 69 yards, s 348 yards e 238 yards
a 25 degrees e 460 yards s '412
yards s 70 degrees e 540 yards 30 11 21
Lot 2 of nw ... ... . ......... 32 11 21
Commencing 2.47 chains w of %
mile line n and a and 37.40ffTfttnrr
n of s line and run e 4.55 chains
4.40 chains w 4.56 chains, n 4.40
chain ... ... ........ ......... 32 11 21
Commencing at se corner .. .... 33 11 21
run w.31.70 chains to initial point
w 8.30 chains n 15.80 chains e
15.80 chains and s to public road
and sw along road to beginning... 83 11 21
NeI4 of nw% and w/w% of nw/4 and
n%/a of swi4.. ..., ... .....'. 6 8 22 2
S%/ of lots 4 and 5.. .. .:..... 19 8 22
Lot 3 and that part of lot 4 whicIt
lies within 20O yards of w boundary
of said lots. ................. 24 8 22


Lot f less 18 acres .. .. .... .. I
W% of n'% of lot 2 also commene-
ing at sw corner of ni, of lot 3
run e 9.90 feet n 660 feet w 990
feet And a 660 feet.... .. .. ..
Lot 1 less 10 acres .. .. ........
5 3-5 acres on a side of lot 0.. .. .. !
Lot 1 or i of nel4........ ...
Ne% of ne!/. less 7 acres to Lewis.. .
Fractional in ne corner of netA of


net in sw corner of ne'4 of ne'/,'.
'.,;ts inid 7 h'block 17 Orange l'ei ihtf
Lot 2 subdivision of lot 4 Orange
Heights .: .. .... ......
I acre as described in deed book "Y"
page 301 and lot as described
book 29 pag 350 ...........
Se%4 of se .. ...... ..........
E/2 of nei .. .. .. .. ... .... .

%/2 of se'/ of sw% of se/4 ...... .
W%/ of sei/, of swl/ arnd 3 acres
on w side of e/a of se% of sw%
and ne/4 of se ..... ......
Lot 24 Melrose............. ..
Lot 1 . .. ... ... ...... .
4 acres in s w corner of sw/4of nw%
N% of aw4 of nw e of railroad ..
El of aW4 of ne%' of ney..


in


8 22


lor .. .. .. .


00 N A Bailey.... 7
10 R Angeliu ..



2 J H Jordon .. .


21
00
75


5 51


Jno Hines .. :
Unknown .. .. .
Warder & Lewis '


93 Stevens & Cautlh-
en ... ... ...
64 Warder & Lewi.


35
30
5 3-5
61
33


8 22


7 9
8 9
o


22'
22
9 22


8 9 22


Mrs J F Tood. .
Warder & Lewis
H D Lewis ..
Warder & Lewis
Stevens & Ciuitlh
en ........


81 H D Lewis .... 2
Mrs Edith Solph .,
W H Parker'.... 1

P R & A Free-
man ........ ..
40 J &'E Carrio ....
80 Artelothego &
OGrridan .. .
5 S Carrio .......


11


Nw of nw4 ........ ..... ..24 9 22
Nyw of iee of ne%,. ........... 27 9 22
Sey of se .... ; .. ...... 28 9 '22
Lot7 block S Campville .. .... .. 38 9 22
*ik of nw ..... ...... ...... 34 9 22
W of e wof e% o w of ne.. ..... 80 .
Cor menacing at se corner, of sw%, of
A w% of n eY run w 210 yards n
210 yards..e 210yards hands 210.. 36. 9 22
Se/4 of ne*y and Ia% of asw of
, ...,. ...., ..,. .. 1 10 .22.
W% Of sBe f se andeA of w%/
of nea of se ind e f w of *
sa. of n. andi nel of se of
n 4 .,. .. ... ... .... .2 10 22
8% of nwi, ... ........ ..... 8 10 22
Se4 of ny4O of sw4 ..... ..... 15 10. 22
W% of awl, and se% of nw /4 less
1 acre for school house .. .. .... 17 10 22 1
Nw .. ...... ... ... ..... 20 1022 1
Conmmrening at se corner of neaogf .
seW ... .. .... ... ... .. ... S 30 22
run 1w i.'0 feet to so corn,,r f lot
and n 560 .feet to railroad and ne
along right of way 490 feet anai e
to public road aid a on west side
of rdtobegiini ...... 2210 22
Cimendcing at no comcr of e .Y
of ne%............. ... .......2 10 2
run w 109. 47 chals then w 16 60 a
1172 ehains e 12.2 chains and n
490 hains; ....... 2 2 10 22 1
Cosniaenhing at nw corner of ne of
sew ... ... ., ... .. ... 12 10 22
run e to railroad a along tiilroad
to stake and w to w line orhey .
of so% and n to beginning .... 22 10 22
e o w .. ...... ..... ... 23 10 i22
Commencing at sW comer .of nw%.
of nw 4.......... ..... .....26 10 2
rttn 600 feek a Sv 3 feet '600
fetands63.feet, .... ... 6 10 22
Lots 5 and 6 block 10 Hwt* .. o.
Lots 4 and block 32 a taw orn ...


63 Hattie L Ellis ..
Mrs M L Lowry.
64 J J itutachedusar
4 Stark Williams
11/4, Alex Williams .
6 "Mrs Maggie Good-
Ison . .. .. .
40 Heirs C' K Dutton
20 L R Joyner .
40 W J Tribble ..
J T Faireloth ..
40 N A Mathews ...
10 Mrs O B Bowman

9 Go Waihington Jr
50 R F Bowman..


50
890
10
19
li0


M M Tillman ..
C C Twnsend .
W V Paschal..
J Maultaby ..
T J Townsend ..


6 Rily Williamsn..



% iRLohma....



SLe Bradly..
40 Wod..


6ka__lr Wrigbt
..*<*^|e~r '']D U AW-


Lot 3 bek 33 1IrthoritM' .. ....... '- ... .
IA 8 tek ad et-1blok -
and lot block .11 aid lot
block 13 aid lot 1 *d 2t block
Mn t "* 6I N6 12 mn 14


I y' ,g .....; "M ....n . ,-. ,:-, ,i* *- unon-


8 21 Mrs A Wilkins.

8 21 Susan Morton ..


~saryal


9
20
114
'316


26 11 21
30 11 21


14


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,OUNTY CO0



iered by Our 1Be

P|IEllONAL AND SO

a* Has, Happened.and
SlHappen Tofld in Sh
MA Th.at "He Who'Ri
it in The Sun.
Essu with Cushman &
T. B. .Kernard of Wal
o tj on ubusino
66mla'^^ nd board ,$8.50
ly toMrsL. W. Jackso
1a I:Better see:Moyers ab
tr0et, righitawaiy quick,
..ni.Rember Tampa and
M Air Line jauno 15 Qi. I

i Miss Lane, a charming
.-Hawthorn, was shopping
:'p' yesterday.
I or yellow pine shimngl
Uronpt 'shipment, writ
alelgh;, Fia. su-wd-w
P. ~l. Bryson departed
V, 0tbrook,1 w'hore lie h
rI ativ--o 0 ltion as boo
Foe' r en''-New cotta
N Dorth Bay and.Orange s
roleasonable. Inquire Of
lI ,S^Accordion Plaiting-.
;1 to 48 inches, Sun-burst
S 4'C, F. Rich, 281 W. Duva
sonville. dlw
Grand excursion to Ti
.Tickets front Giaineavillv
ing until the 18th. Fa
for thie mrnd trip. d8t
.. The members of the
Chapter, U. 1. C., are
meet Thursday at 4:.0
residence of Mrs. 0. K
t~ a' 0 their regular business si
Single young menm
coaleet t'Uimnished ro
week to $2. k A seve
rligbt lotiuiioeepiig.

'; tis PIearl 11ncki tt
'' yowug lady or Sttarko. ti
visit to Mrg. T. W. Pitt
returned yesterday to hi
umadoe ttany friends her
glad to welcome her t'
Washington Camp No
A.., lie ii a regular mt,
day eV'nintg, atL which f
wer initiated, into th
the ord (r Tre ord(r i4
and Aro loig will be on
In the eCity.
E. A, IBryan, who rec
Srestatrant ati l \Wesat
',^i>i aplparretly enjoying
alUoceai. lHis pilac is c
meal thna, Mr. liryam
B e n, ad eourtoit restaura
e:":, orves success.
,'. *F. Camp of ,Wl
member of the firm of
CaMp, extensive lurn
i, BWas among the pr
a-a i^ this eito Weduaoisla)
onl i has one of the mc
latest sawmill plant
> 'WlSlborn. Q lbiac
=r.ags, a dstce o




"p, ''d-' -not "


with C sloa A H jshinIf ,
LwIof Hawthorn as ading in O. f igh tg



,- '*When in nee4o yellowpine shingles yete S. w
write to T. J. Cone, -aleigh, Fit,. Harry Robinson, a progrespive O
Frank .EWarner has returned from myoann merchant of Wacahoota, was
a bilef btasipess trip to Jatkgonyvi.p. among those who visited Gainesvilleo f
George Irwin, agent of the Seaboard yesterday. e
Air Lhne at 1 a6~banks, was a vi~0ior to Eon, W. G. Roinso and L. 0.
This city yesterday. Lyn~a n ofr the United States land of- s
B3, F. MOallV a naval stores operator flee have returned front Jacksonville,
SofFairban w ranactig buine wherethey have been in attendance at
int this city yesterday;. the nted States court. t'
j Justiee A. D. Ohamblin of Archer . Kennqdy, for the past two p
Swas amongthe laitors. tothis city yes- years asident of this city, but now F
erday e ma Th Sun an ree- managerofthe Jacksonille baseball g
Sable ca ll team, arrived in the city yesterday on c,
Sa a brief visit to friends. He expects to ti
yuler and Mra, 8 3. Drew of Jackson- retun toda .
Svile were among the visitors to this r t u ost o .
city yesterday, They were registered J. thOteen ofiCow reekt a me- a
m ri at te Brown~ouse. bee- of he' Democratic Executive Oom-. A
1~ at teo mittee of-Alachua county, was a via- i
Marry Denton has returned.froim Se- itor to this city yesterday. He c.me
wanee, Tenn., where i] he has been at- for the purpose of bringing the ballot
tending college for the past term. His box of Tusdays elections
AN friends were glad to welcome him. He .. f
M will remain here through vacation. LeR-y N. Parce of Alachua, one of
A N Deputy S heriff W. McOann and the leading merchants of that section,
NusDENS ED L 3. Knightof La'rosse were- was among those who paid Gainsville h
amon o thLe visitor to this citoy Tues a visit yesterday. Mr. Pearce states
tee Gath day. They are two of the most e- that Alachua bsiness is holding up p
ereleat officers the county. excellently considering the season. g
elent s t cou cou nty, wudas to M
S Remember the grand excursion to Mrts. i. unch went Tuesday to
Tampa over the Seaboard Air Line on Ft. White, having accompanied the
OIAL .ITEMS the 15th inst. Fare from Gainesville, funeral cortege of the late Mrs. W. H. h
round trip, only $2.25, tickets good re- Carter to that place. Mr.Bunch will t
What is Going turning until th18th ig nhe 18th nclusive. 8t be for the next few days a uest o her
ort Pa'agraphs J. A. Maultaby; the brick manufac- The frsOt, watermelon s of the season
uns May Read" tarer of Camtpville, was transacting w the t e. o
business i ity yesterday. e were on the Gainesville market yes-
making an excellent quality of brick, tetrday, and Merchant & C. de- c
l.- and tate. that the demand keeps his serve the credit for introducing them.
1o vtatedt s thattnthe deg a nd They wereof very flne variety, and t
do visited this plant busily engaged readily sold at fancy prices, bringing s
y.R James Hutto of Newberry, the effl- from 40 to60cents.
per week. Ap- clent superintendent of the Imperial M. Maxwell of Putnam Hall, one u
OI thon- Phosphate Company, was among the of the leading naval stores operators
lest tye t oge- visitors to this city Tuesday. He of Putnam county, was in the city yes-
i]th Se borde called-at this office and had his name terday.. .This was his first visit to '
the Sbod enrolled on The Sun subsription lis. Gainesvile, and he exressed himself
vry ta. F. Taylor of Tampa, the clover as being well pleased with the city and
traveling passenger agent of the Sea- those people whom he had been for-
young lady of board Air Line, was in the city yester- tunate enough to meet.
ig in the city day on business counocted with his Mrs. S. W, Hall of St. Louis, after
line. Mr. Taylor is one of the most a pleasant visit of several months to e
es 1's and 2's, widely known young passenger men in her relatives, the families of L. T.
te T. J. Cone, the State. Ronx and E. O. f McMahan, departed

yesterday for Chris. Stanton, owner and manager for her home. yesterday. This esy
yesterday or of the Palatka Foundry and Machine timable lady madt many friends here i
as accepted a Works, was among those who paid this who regretted very much her depart- 0
)kkeeper. city a visit yesterday. He was en lire, but trust to greet her again next u
go on corner route to High Springs, where he has season.
Nette Robb. been called on business connected Chamberlain's Stomhach and Liver
l wt with the Atlantic Coast Line. Tablots are just what you need when
Any width up on you have no appetite, feel dull after
skirts plaited, lion. Thad Bryant of Bell, the effi eating and wake up with a bad taste !
1 street, Jack cient member of the Board of County in your mouth. They will improve
SCommissioners from that district, your appetite, cleanse and invigorate
mpa Junoe 15. after two days spent in this city, re- your a. is an sive al rtiggi
e good return- turned to his home yesterday. He and medicine dealers.
ire, only $2.25 eame for the purpose of attending the Dr. C. L. Sipprell and son Arthur ar-
meeting of the board Tuesday. rived in the city yesterday from points
J. J. Finley Phillip Miller has purchased, several along the Cedar Key division of the
requested to lots in South Gainesville abutting the Seaboard Air Line, where' they have
p. in. at the Micanopy rock road, and will probably been recuperating for the past few
. Broome. for erect several residences upon the prop. days. It will be remembered thaf.
essiol. orty. The lots are among the most Master Arthur has been properly deasitg
will find the desirable in that section and the nated as the boy orator, and wil' 4dat
otnes at the homes will nodoubt rent readily. liver a lecture on Seen o Attraot-ions
Srooms for Jesse 0arke, representing the of Alaska and the Yukon Territoryt ah
Apply Brown Rountree Trunk and Bag Company the opera house, for the benefit of .th
of Richmtond, Va.,. departed yesterday Oaik Hall BasebV l Assoolation teniht.
, a charmig on his regular wetern trip, He wi ll r
after t pleasant make all important points in Alabamna,
t it this city, Mississlppl, Iaoulslaa and Texas, and bttdi#Se i )t myes **pe*e
ir horne. She expects to bd absent about seven JONEi4BUFHNETT. a
1 who will be 'weeks. : :.' e de at
in. .3.B. MoDonald of the KelleyNc- Popular Travell Q M n.Wed.s 4Thp
, 8. P. O. S. of Donald Lumber Company was among "ngYewn lti :r Gansll"" ,.
,ting Wedneso the isttity yesterday. He Yesterdaf't home of the bride's
our candidates states that the veneering department parent, Mr. an4 Mrs 8. J. Burnett,
e mysteries of of the mill it.now running at full Arthur R. Jone and Miss Mary E.


s growing here, blast, andthe demand for the output nurnettwere united in the holy bonds
e of thIe largest is god" The saws will be started in a of matrimony, Rev. T. P. Hay ofil-
few days, when Alaohua county o, ciatng.
gently opened a boast of one of the largest and most t.he wedding Wasf a most quiet na-
Mainu stre o N., odern saw mills n the State, tUreonly the immediate family of the
a remarkable L. Hall of Orange Heights was brde being present.
k a remarkable. Wide being proodn'
rowdod at every among the visitors to this city yester- Mr. Jones is a traveling man, repre-
is a competent day He came for the purpose o.f de atenting a whole~st buggy house in
t man an livening the ballot box to Chairman Cinohinati. Th e bride is one of!
Thomas of the Board of County Com- Gainedville's fairest young ladies, and
hte Springs sioners Mr. Hall states that has man friends here who will no
ite Spring, a orange ght went wet by a safe doubt besumrprisd at ber marriage.
I. J. and BF. majority, whtih may probably be at,.. Mr.anddMrs. Jones departed" in the
hber nanufaetu- tribuied to the fact that It has been afternoon for St. Augustine and other
omint visitors ditressingly dry iln th section for poirt. where thieyW spend several
Th. firm not the tast fw week.'and.a a eult the wk.. 'To the happy: couple The Sun,

St moder State crops have mutoe4. with other friends' attends congratu-
a railroad from ASplindld Rtmedy. latlons. _____
aunty, to White Neuralgio pains, rheunatim, luow Revolutlo mminnt.
if about llftten bago and sciatie pains yield to the 'A sure sign of apprtrehing revolt.
penetrating inflenoe of Ballard's and serious trouble ti your system is
or some tiamo Snow liUnimnt. It penetrates to the nervounees, alsipleea or stomach
s stomach, nerves and bone, and belng s'aorbed upset. Electric BMtt will quickly'
8rtts0, of Lee, into the blood, It healing li.pirtq s dismemiber the r. blesome causes,
Itking Cha3. are conveyed to eery part he body Is never tails b ofe the storach,
-atVeF Tblets ad etf.et some wonderful -nree. Mr.i ,gulate to e lih tui det]fy the
( uobii, so 0. F. Moore, aian Ilrhu O l boo ndown e

not unaUkm, baeka.Iit. atolt
Pew~l ta*r flU~ It i a Sndld tfinsidT, ~We sq^l ^l ^^ ^


I.


(osirtnofi Misw ^ll School-Other

Arc ne . eng
enat a fr days in aokksouviJlle lat
eek vi.it0.g her daughter, Mrs. E.

Gus' 'leming will leave tomorrow
Dir 'tukeepsie, N, Y, where he will-
uter the iEasiman Business College. a
Mies Etta Hanock i$ onducting
mmer ,ehiol at H awthorn.1
The private school of Miss Minnie
eli will .os a veiry accessfal term
uis week and the com<"e.o.wpent e-.
rcises will take place at the ,ton hall
riday evehing. An appropriate pro-
ram has been arranged and 'all: are
ordially invited. Miss Bell will re-
urn to her home ini Virginia veryspon.
Miss Aunie McLeai is home agaitO
fter. a term Ps t the Seminary in
ritifsvllle. Her many friends are de-
glhted to have her wi th them again.
Dr. DePass hats his tenniscour, com-
leted and is ready for players.
Mrs.. Fisher, who has been in Archer
or several months, left for his home in
loston Monday,
Mr. and Mrs. Hahn will take up
ousekeeping in the W. A. Wood
-roperty. Their son, who has been a
reat invalid and who has been at the
magnolia hotel nill winter is a little
mproved in health.
Dr. DePass has bought a flue pair of
orses at Ormond and expects them in
oday.
Killed a Big Rattler.
J. F. Bunch visited his farm near the
ity Monday, and while there came in
ontact" with a monster rattlesnake,
rhich he soon dispatched with the
runk of a small oak tree. His snake-
hip was possessed of twelve rattles
nd the customary button, and meas-
ured six feet, two inches.
TRANSFER OF REAL ESTATE.
W. N. Wilson Purchases Valuable Land
Bordering Three Streets.
Another valuable transfer in real es-
tate has been made which will mean
i great deal for that section of the city
where the property is located. The
sale involves that tract of land border-
hng Magnolia, Arredondo and Masonic
sireets in the south -st section of the
qity where the property l located. the
I1e involves that tract of land border-
lAg Magnolia, Atred4ndo and Masonic
streets in the southwest section of the
City, and was purchased from F. X.
Miller by W..N. Wilson.
Those property will:be surveyed into
building lots and placed on the inar-
ket, It will be controlled' by 1. E.
Voyle. L
Constipated Bowels.
To have good health; the body should
be kept in a laxative condition, and
the bowels moved at least once a day,
so that all the poisonous wastes are
expelled dally. Mi'- '0 .Edwards,
142 N. Main St, "'1Wlchita, Kansas,
rwites "I have used Hierbine to regu.
late thaeliver and bowels for he past
ten years, apd found it reliable rem-
edy." o, at Johnson ,ros -
S Card to Lyceum rMetmbers.
'ihere will be a meeting of those in-
terested in thze o'rtanizs&tion O 0'Uar
lyceum for next e son in the pritioi-
pal's office of the publio school
building, Friday evening at 8 o'clock.
WHil purpose of the meeting is to se.
t' ic~tltrs appoint committees, se-
;eth -itth;,. eto. Thea under-
signed is anxious that there shall be a
full meeting and that Gainesville shall
set the.pace for Florida in the matter
of lyceum talent.
Tafto. W. WaMbAi.
Tax on Babies.


Extreme hot weather is a great tax
upon the digestive power of babies;
when puny and feeble they should Id be
given a few doses of White's Cream
Vermifuge, -the children's toniO, 't
will stimulate and facilitate the -di-
gestion of their food- so that they soon
become strong, healthy ind active,
25o at Johnsbn Bros.
Ask for Another survey.
Montgomery, Ala., June 3.-4Co.
Sre8mien T. D. Bawtt^ and A. A. WI.
Py exalled on United' SM",t. Bagte
Cavanaugh to have him make another
survey of te OMo. river to It Itt
could be 1 ade narliab;le. .oag
tas appropriated #10.000 for tohe
veoy and thao ooasreme are s m
tou to hav It complete. It is said
that it will take om ).kIf ltte~& ol
u to make t a Il6 toesastaf,
the frst survey 'r* -
A Cotly Mistake.
Blunders are sometime very expen-
sie. Occasionally t.f Itelf is the
pH .: a:: + M^o


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il 0 ecesqary to a lady's
app4atbhe as a perfeet.flttiig
.Mt.* .We ftin fllt any style
S, tiisevoral of the i1most
'opu'^lar mnas, being sole il-gefits
^for th*# W B. Corset, the Kalio
C;or- pewt10se Puritan Corset.
TM littet*' Is the new formi a.-
JUStable 1eoret for niedium and
stout figure We also keep the
,B. .'orsOets,
Special Values
In many departlients t is ek.
It will pay y-,u to visit tihe %tre


Mosquito Canopies
At $1.00, $1.25, $1.
$2.25, ready to hang.


75 ii |


MRS. R. ILSON




THO MAS


UNDER TAKIN G Co.

Full line of FINE CAS-
KETS, COFFINS,
ROBES, etc. All ftiner-
al supplies up to date.
Hearse and carriages
furnished when desired.



Personal attention to
all business in this line,.
Orders by r- ail or thlE-
graph promtly attend
ed to.






UNDERTAKING CO.

HONORED THE MARSHAL.
Pinkoson Honored With Gifts From
Hose Company No. I.
As a token -of High regard and ,s-
teem not only as, a fellow-member, but
also as a city marshal, the friends of
Marshal PiWkesoa, cdmpoiiing lise
company No. 1, presented him Tuiesday
night with a elegant gold badge,
properly engrviyd, a pair of finely
nickeled hantiuffa and a line club.
the',Ulatter."'bein mae by Fonremian
Benson of hiek ry, highly polished iid
engraved. j
The presentation speech was made by
Foreman Benaon, who, in a 'nost touch.
ing and impressive manner, assured
Marshal Pinkoson of the high regard
in which he was held by every minemi'r
of the cmpwtPay, Who desired to -,o-
their appreoiabtio in this way.
Mr. Pinkoson replied very fel iigly
to the remarks f Foreimat I:n ,*e
stating that he thorougly apprtciatcd
the esteeiIm tind confidence; of ?"'
friends, and would ever etndavor V)
mierit i1. *
A FrIthtened Horse,
Running lik.enMad down the itr,
dumping the oo"pa.ots, or hand
other acidentare sv every day ow(.
reuoes..It bboheO everybody to Iar
a reliable s*AlW handy and there
as good a f iutkli's Arnica ..,
Butrns, Outa, eezemna arid ,''
dis"ppeas q & "iky under itg r:t,*
effect. AM*2.S drug store.
Att.etioe, U. 0. C
SKirby :SiUlt"0Capter, U.. '.t ..
meet strthe swidence of r. J
Itama at 4 o *clonk Thursday a.r-
A fall ittend~ance i desirvd, Ii"
portan bu tees will be pre51ft" s
this etla-.; ,t! t final arral '*
wilt be iasd. eloimmittees aPI

:. 4 3r tt : "eSt pa rlors
)d l~It *. ^.wt'^,,:*'; ^ -*'*..^ * ca'*
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Thursday


.89 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 4,1903


ONE DOLLAR A YEAR


AD FROM

tILLE STORM

,ght Death and
auction.
June ,1-ahe tOrA
down on tbUs city
bhs ne parallel in
State for the num-
led and destruction
whirling cloud was
d to thi outskirts
loe loss of life and
lve been appategK.
clear sky th6i twlat-
d down upon the
,ortunatee who were
Opportunity to seek
I 'Maly of the bodies
ere mangled almost

mot dead Is placed at
tured at 40, while the
isometAling like $600,-

llstruck New Holland
'at which place more
killed.
eared Suddenly.
Inug torm appeared
before 1 o'clock and
it.M It had killed near-
ison, torn two stories
r brick factory of the
a mills, demolished al.
s, razed two brick
und and blown down
buildings.
ars to be a miracle,
ry was confined to the
city, the main busi-
ce portion not being
eats .4 rain accompa-
ut within five minutes
slaught the simi was
acene of fearful deso-
' dead is confined main-
I of the Gatnesvllle cot-
he. Pacelot oOtton mills
of them were women

1 Ir a list of the fatall-
can be obtained:
Sesvllle:
nming, Homer Ash, Gor-
de (Tohrdon, Miss Log.
mcan, Miss Woody, -
Wis Loggins, Ed Nabors,
mnp and Baby, -. -,
Ltle, Lula Jackson,
ud Shedd, Annie Gar*
Grady Lee, Dorothy
s, Mrs, Nathan Jones,
on.
i injured:
Mrs. Nathae Jones,
n, Mande Gordon,
-ese tihl6we Anaie
bert, flew Brymon,
n egotm ns WI llie
a newro; Alkmio
Doe Oark. 1o-k Omp*


the Bouttern railway, tile car tra v
the electric' railway company, the
Gainesville Iron works, the old' Rlch
mend' hotel, the stores of Mrs. Pfeffr,
J, R. Logan, J. R. Clart, T, T. Moore;.
lcroggs & Cooper; B. D. iAngford. N4-
tl2an Jones; the residences of R. I.
Mealor, W. B. Sloan. J. R.. Logan, the
Ohostnut Street Baptist church, and
scores of others in this vicinity, were
blown entirely away, and the storm
parsed over the sinothern part of the
city via Myrtle street, and on to the
Pacelot mill settlement at New Hol-
land.
List of Losses Due to Storm.
The property loss is estimated' at
$605y.000. lThe Gainesville cotton mill
could not estimate tailoss., but it la
supposed to be $50,000. Some of the
.other losses are:
Gninesvllle Ootton Oil company,
$3,000; Gatmesville Iron 'works, $5,000;
Southern railway, $1,000; T. T. Moore,
$500; J. L. Logan, $8,000; J. R. Clark,
$400; Mrs. 7 "eer, $5,000; Cooper &7
Scrogga, $8,000; B. -D. Langford,
$8,000; Piedmont, Hotel, $500; W. B.
Sloan, $3,0 J. T, Wa&tr ,'$1,000;
Gainesville anA Dablonega lectril
Railway company, $4,00; Bob Howinlg-
ton, $700: Joe Reed. $204IL R D. Grlxls,
1,600; W. B. Syoan, $1,500; J. IL
Whisenant, $2,000; B. G. Parks, $1,000,
and various others whose losses will
run the figures up lato the thouts.nda.
The bodies of most of the dead in;
the tw.vo cotton mills were fearfull4y
to:n and' mangled; the skulls of many
of them were crushed and the llmbi
broken, some were torn and crushed
about the abdomen, with bhe viscera
Visibly protruding. The local physl'
clans who gave first aid to the injured
say the sights were horrible beyond
description.
Appedl For Aid.
An appeal for aid for the storm auit-
ferers has been sent out by Mayor
Parker, of Galnesville, and Georgia,
with her customary generosity, lt re-
sponding liberally to the call. The
city of Atlanta has already contribut-
ed $1,000 and her citizens are opening
their purses with a generous h~nd.
Other Georgia towns are responding "ta
the call, and' subscriptions are pouring
tnto the, stricken city.
Besideo cash contributions, clothig
and provisions ate being sent, as many
families are left destitute by the strrnm,
Governor Terrel has appealed to the
state at large to come to the aid of
stricken Gainesville.


NIGHT OF SUFFERING.
Cyclone Victims at Gainesville Sub-
jected to Great Privations.
Gainesville, GO., June 3.--Weather
this morning was raw and nzity.
Bleak wind chilled the warmly clad
while the storm victims tallyll, 6t.-
feired from the cold. There will bd
100O funeral here within the next a4
hour., and the intj.red probably equals
Othat number,
Last ubib bought increased sufper-
ing to the cyclone sufferers. A steady'
rain set In late in the afternoon at'
tended by bitter cold, which penetrat.
ed .o tbllhe mmrarro. Tha tm' ii <&n in


sp-on, Gaenewl O CaUn total (larknaM and the streets filled
.Miss LorggeinM AI w.ti debris, which greatly impeded
son, (ertle Addison, tihe work of rescue an4l aUstalnce.
fBla~ckshear, -. -. All night long physlclana zeshed
0. Miller, Mrs. Talley, their way through the wrockag., gult
Ijlila EWifmondson. ed to victims. by mIoans an'd ao4nizing
iNew Holland: groans. towtors Wade4d through tais
gelson, Will Tatum, Myr- mud and water knee deep, with their
uiand, Maggie West more- asslstants, frequently compelled to
L Nix, Mrs. Neeley, Mrs. crawl on their all-fours under sod over
tad Babby, Mrs. J. .I all eorts of debris.,,
S.Children, Baby of Mrs. Mayor Parker says there were a
I. W. Bobo, Beninir Hen- thousand hoinaeess. I.very door i3
L Ooker, John J. Mayme. Gainesville was open t h tit victlia.
Wnl1bainks. Two Children At the city hall, the armOry a.4
tps, Mrs. Tom Trtuelove, courthouse many passed Ute night,
Westmrlauiid. Albert abivering in the cold.
SPassI/nd Little Son, -.
.lryant and little on.. Appeal Made to rotaryry for TenW
i made a terrific noise, to elfter the Homelowts
inonadlig were in full Oalnesvil e, (L. JuM S,--A.k taliis
It bore down upon the meeting here this nmersag wa heldW
yt-ing l Its path. It which subslcrtbet $S000 to Uth# i,-le
iottheast., a4d nio one fn4 tor, the suterers tra y.ster.
.t- was more thm an 74ay.s tora :' .
rhtorm until it struck A esage has been seat to the se
i Cotton mill, which is rotary bf war askliw for teats to W41.
Sthe Southern and the ter the thimeleea; and M' appeal is
irOn 4a ad Southerna made for ald to the publk. The main
need of the wufferers now toi .Athlag
' fosr'tory bick strue-j and sheltter.
t tt a0 it It wer a reed, Governor Terrel haI .der.d N
htaki fet a eye., manyS atttl s-nt to (Oine.win frot Atlata.
ed Into eternity. T'ie The losa to property t ethistal*4. 6
stere es4 cottages w'r ge'on ;
ists, sad the yly tim,." Many are missl whose bees e
fled sverli iutred ft believed to b still burled ln W ebrls
egKelar with hos petj Today at noon the eaerralve S.s

( i will simber eaarlyny wilch is

.. e of .s.. .. .. O "Aht


PALMER STATION BUCKEYE RAPUBUC.AN.
Mott* Conv.ntion Promiws To *
WiBURN thoutUuaual Contts.
U RNE I 0 0 UN lumbu. ,,June 8 -h e Repub-
Sllan state convention here tomorrow
Abec of Smokesta S a. t d Thursday promises to be without
Absence of Smokestack Said to thl usual contest of such occasiond
Tave Ben the CaaUse. I en with a full state ticket to norn-
ave ee inh ue sand other lnmportant businfbsi
that involves control of fhe party or-
LARGE LOSS OF CORD WOOD- ganlzation in Ohlo until after the next
presidential e41etiou. As the members
The Depot, Which Was a Neat Struc- of the legislature. who are elected' this
tnre, Burned to the Ground-Fifty year, chee the aucc r of Marcuna
I d A. Hanna, in the senate, this Is called
Cords of Wood Belonging to E, C. ",H sna's year."
Jones Were Also Lost. Those known as Hania favorites
have already been nominated as the
Pahner, June 8.-The Palmhner rail- Republican oandidate..for state sena-
road station was burned to the ground .tors and representatives of the differ-
this afternoon. A spark fromt at pass- ent districts and coitticaftnd every-
ing engine (which was said to be tody now concedes the 1ame "make,
minus a proper smokestack) set fire to up" of tho eirtire state ticket. While
b0 cords of wood belonging to E, C. a doxon prouhilnt loitublica~ns were
Jones, which was piled along thl track contesting for the gubernatorial nomi-
awaiting shipment, and from ,6iis the nation until George B. Cox, of Cincin-
station caughtfi fire. ntti, recently viialted- Senator HlAnina
Btationea9ugh fire. n ( Cloveland and then declared him-
The adjacent store of Edward .1 ons self for Myrln Herriok, the elgih-
was only saved by heroifio lltse al bon o I,% -l hae .i. .e-
... -,_..... _...... -b of Mauna, all hav6 withdrawn


the mail train was udeayea tu nthisB
point probably about two ho6rs,
A birthday surprise party wat given
to George Taylor at his home on tlhe
lat. A large number of hi1 friends as.-
sembled to wish himn many happy re-
turns of the day. Musios, danoini.1
games, and delicious refreshments iBl
combined to make a joyous eveningg.
,rrant Smith expects to return to his'
fomner home in western Peansylvanifa
Monday next. He has made many
friends during his sojourn in the Mouith
and ,wili be much missed. On Thu-rs-
day'his friends expect to glye a picnic
in his honor at Kanapaha Like,
-Miss Osteen was one ofrhe recent
visitors at Palmer.
HONORED THE MARA$HAL.


eapt "Albert Douglass, of Olillicothe,
Who will "move to make it unaui-
motts." "
None of the candidates has the
usual large delegations with there ais
shouters and workers, butt they will
have their most intlneutlal friends call
eon Hanna and Cox Who arrive today.
alVoraker, Hirrlric and other leader
j.11 be here tomorrow. Thero also'
'i n unmilmtiy for the r'-olecotin of
President Ilooaevelt as well a" of Son-
ator Hanna and for uo changes in the
titatfolM.
Senator Hanmna will be the tempora-
ry chairman and deliver "the keynote
speech" Wednesday evening. 8enae
tor Foraker wlll speak the next day
On ssurp i tho ohair as permanvent
obhalrir etv" almost ee 'ythtng haIt
been anticltpated by the conference of


,Pinkoson Honyed With G.ifts Fro the leaders the attendance of visitors
Pinkoson Honored With Qlfts From ,o T is l .
Hose Company No.t~ not Large.
As a toike of high regard auil t- STUDENTS )NCINERATID*
teiln not only as a fellow-.meniber, but -
also.asA city marshal, the friends of Burned to Death lIt Fire In Engflsha
Marshal Pinkoson, compoilig HK6s Ce lIaje,
Cipany No. preseted him Tuesday London, June 8.- 4Pwo boys, both
night with an 'elegant gold bade, $4 years old, were 'burned to death in
a figre whiLh gutted one of the umas.
piroperly -Whugraved, a pair of finely- ter's houds at Itllen college today.
nickeled handcuffs and a fine club,j There were 88 students In the house
the latter being made by Foieztasil and the ewrivorslv hadi great difficulty
Beinson of hickory, highly polished and in- escaping, clad only In their uight
engraved. clothes, many of the boys Bcrarambling
The presentation speech was inade by from the windows down the Ivy-cover.
Foreman Blenson, who, in a mos toocucl- 6d walls of the house,
ing and impressive manner, assured The work of rescue was conasider-.
Marshal Pinkoson of the high regard 'bt delayed owing to some of the win.
in which he was held by every mmbiber dows of the hofue being barred. The
of the company, who desired tQ ghow I neran t students attrlb
their appreciation in this way., King dwaLd, Queen Alexaudria and
Mr. Pinkosou replied very feelingly the Prince and lPincosl of Wales. all'
to the remarks of Forenian Benson,,l of whom were at Windsor castle, were
stating that he thoronuly appreciated generally concerned and sent frequent
tlhe esteem and confldencr of his' liirl4ure about the boys.
|frieids, and would ever endeavor to
eri ---S.... SPECIAL RIV R BULLETIN.
JONES-BURNETT. ..
Wa----- ahgton Sends Out R.eprt on the
Popular Traveling Man Weds .hharm- Ploo0d ituatlon.
ing Young Lady of Gainesville. W ihlngJtoM, June 8,--4%ere has
Yesterday at the home of the brlde's but tttle chge it the tod *it
"oiIOstie Me Mo~duymowItor2a'.. The
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Buri ot,at Kansa otn s about
Artthur R. Jones and Miss i- y iE stM urio riry at Ka ft, while t4e bIut
Iturietit were united In the holy ,Oltsji"tppi it $. L'ets has ILet about
of matrimony, Rev. T. P. .*i of1l ated tlb. da tr liue of 40 feet.
elating. Nort of 8t Loui, the MileluippIt IIs
The wedding was of a most quiet above the danger lin* S tar Du-
:ture,only the immediate familylo he bmue, parttilalii between Keokuak
bride being present. *4' .10.id .i ntlbhlt W.oe' lilew ir's are
Mr. Jones isa traveling man, a py. .14' to 414 feet *s.ove.
Ienting a wholesale buggy huouse- i *(l s M iet' i f eis y
Chieinnati The bride is o0ne. o ee
Oainesville's fairest young ladIes, d Sta4 l* tI. i' ri!t Tjbt rwi wl ea-
lass many friend, here who wi.l oam fIl""Doie, e s.4 ee
doubt beisurpriso4 at her marfige.,-0. war a e
Mr. and Mrs. Jonee departr4 li tl, at- 2t .o .le
afternoon for St.? Auguistleo aK4 ohr -..
points, where they will speni. seitrl 1. i nfr.mi em$eutia,
waeok. To theheeheppr pe u 0 aT u Tei ml, as-I grs a
la tions fie4ta ss{
Card to Lyceuam Membea,: he sda otiNe a. Mew Verk
There tjhes S.woli nla

lyceu0 for next *eason in the firius- y a
pals .ole of Oi pubtie sil aq .
bulthdii, Friday evening at : o'eo b N
The purpose of te meting is' $.-,. e *.ggih! e4e l
lest oalersi appol.t omistlie, a.. t1ge. ...
e:4 4ittewetios, 4*e. Tile sspdng.. *<0le 1 :5


4'


AtM IS ASKED FOR

TOPEKA SUFFERERS

Governor Dailey Will Issue
Proclamation,
IMPROVEMENT IN SITUATION.

Greatest Fear Now la that Spide,4iI,
of Disease Will Follow Overflow of


Watere.-satlmate of DIad la S6till
Placed at Twenty.
Topeka, Katns,. JAunie e .-Tbhe (o:0
minecial club at noon today voted 'tA
ask for outside aid ror tle sufferers.
Yesterday the club voted that no aidm
froai outside would be ao'epted, but
the distress of the people today il Io
aroat that the community canaiot pro*
vide for all, and aso country is appealed to. Tht"RWtiOn
was taken after an, addrs-i :"<**i ?
ernor Bailey, who haas just rotutti'4' to
the city fro ,xMouand (QIty, wher* ieO
has beeont water-bound silce litiEThUfil.
day. 'the governor v*iI' this after,
noon tu4ue a- proclamatlon oallu n. up-
on tlio charitable people of the coutn-
try to send aitd in the {orm of money.
'PThe lttatin today tis materially bet-
ter. The Kansas river fell during


the night at .thee rate of a Iteilch an
ho1. It is safe to say that all who
*W i In pwllrl have abeenu ow removed
to PlA&es f sarety, At the Bardou
bridge alone over 20 were landed AJat
Alight.
The prelout# esatmate of -20 dedd hil
sItll adhered to. Maty reported missing
are showing up, but it will only be ios-
sible to give the actual los of Ilfe
when the waters haveo finally receded.
Th-e greatest fear znow In Topeka is
epidemic of disease O~
At 'relief depots. w .iretiihe are
huddled together several person stif-
tering with contagious diseases were
remoTed to the hospitaltt a rapidly as
posbeibl, T'he absence of good dritk-.
ing water Ii another dtlasee breeder,
Money i the thng mot nelod now
and citizens ap contributittg nobly,
but the de'rmand of the situation is
great.

CHANGE OF VENUS GRANTED.

Jett and White Casei-Will Se Tried
In Morgan County,
Jackson, Ky., June 3;-iA cihane
of venue has been granted itn the Jett
and White cases to Morgarsti county
under Judgeo Kenner and the trial set
for Jutne '23. '
(Aomi monfwealth Attorney Byrd lntto'
ducod the motion to fmhai.eo thet trial
oat White and Jftt for the murder ol
Jame' B. Mareum iad In tnhe ee .
agalipt Jett for the murder of JB Stim
COokrill to another Judlola ditriot
on the ground that thwer* is w6O-h
state of lawleMnause eistlng .
Breathttt coutty tiat a flr trial 4s ,*
not be had in thi 4lstrict. The m -.
Stlon wm4 ma4d under sectlio 12it ad
the laws of the stato i f C tc itek -
Judglled4wIu e iid that snder t .l
ptattute the defense hias o right to 6
hearTd (0 tihe moto.0 %aM4 he thoaqut
th motion phould.l be (plt,. Is.
ton Ireach, o *w the 44d9tm ifltied.
on being heoad and diored that the
prisoners ovuMl hate a fir trial bsrb ;
but Judge ltIRjo efu$s" to hlleUr
him further, Judge Reiwtnue th0
ordered the 'ese. to Miorat ciueit
cOMrt an trttil titfor JtUe TlWi
1t JudJRe: K elr'- eourt, aod i N at- .
Wet Mlbit, I milel from r I iarl0road,
Cotlel Wo* ia we t-.W s i erhen4d ~---w-
f convey t0e 6 "Sor*Us bahk to 6*4l0,
iJudge< -Rolwit?( brikothe ,I b .p.t
tfix attorbi of Margasn county.
STe night taee4d quietly witb o00-"t
lg to te, outskirts of the towa. Ibut
mase In t.h tlto-f the jall o W t he
Crtis Jett ad iTPso Whi te were
tate(W aim.aotlIy I4nffeyit M to the raLif$.
of the, mtio, tor a elwbng of veu.^ '
their .ttire attMttlon beit take up '
with a me of olitaire wlikoh Wl*tt
was pisti g a ,
A4 ib A.P. 0 d- .*V$
Obicago, Jse S.--io5sep'P D*deh qu4
hl wise p aind dia l Ie ....... ..f b
S1 eotta^e rnov s*esur t e* toki

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sg edi axtoas that there shT Ube
ful J 4ip*aIg sned that ..iu.sW: ;ag:
t s$ .1* *fo r Fktsla is~i w"s .
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j4i S.dttions o
9the l1th int., Gaines.
^ll ^onoieo
"4U4,
dto Coettr Cot ..lnisto nerSt and

K s conentioV will be' hld for the
boof discussing matters of great
rtante to the 0tste, the ,ln flea-
e ;n4 suIbje of rd rpads. Thpe occasion ;is
4nedtot proeof a vgratadvantage
S$ i6e hr roads wolemeAt,, 'which
ul t t iu y, is rapidly

White,ere of the asso-
)4 on Iends out th foll.owting, oroll
letter to' C0ounty omtlionirs ..
er eesed i is grt


pta4Q00 ad' Good oaAsso
l ffl1orid will be hlda the
a i e e, Tuedy, Jun
be the rmost Un1ortant
Fp hlstory of the assoil-"A
My t ied t
V04 1 : %tvooite 'n the State
0160 m4 an ior" to bet eseinit




a 0ailroaddfar *
I rou d I b ate from
Stoj Fr1,4&,. "The op eidof.
$ nad o ,d .' .ou n ki i 'hav e



a And nol e ep. o ente rtai thise.



Sting. Ifyoui06. ',O k r e edR i s N
S' o iiti or atmenm ofRoellT o'ey.*
p tliinvwite Baeadof Oexowen t, o-
10 oY ours very tru~y.'
~lieintonW. War in, tXISe ity.
FIRST -At WAytRMELONS.-

I. P. Shattleworth Will Make First
Shipment irom Rochelle Today.
Wt. P. Shettioworth, the big canta-o
lope 4 and wateruelson grower, who
lies sot eorall (arms 'in the vioinity of
iell and E ton, was i tlthde ity
on busiaes yesterday. ses whn
MIr. Shettleworthi a sauce when
It oomes to xMising mulons or anything
S .from ithe ground. lie enjoyed the
99dtinotidn of shipping the flrst, solid
,4461ad of bantaloupes thi' season from
446hUa county, and will be the first
-,(to thip a solid oar of watermelons.
ho was loaded at Rochello yester-
S y and will be shipped todilay. It
ll iibe on.ignd to the East rn. mar-
e nd inpsmuchras the fruit is ex-
Sftionlly fue, Mr. ShutLtlerorthi ex-
larigereturns. .
4'^ a 'e6teirslg. grower lins shipped
aB 8 thitli eaon1albout l,(X orIates of
antelopes, which have realized, uot,
"f1rj 2 to $ ..B 'per itoe.
Fight Will be Bitter.
lThose who. will persist ian eloalngi
e ;ars against the continualn rec-
jendlation of -Dr. King's New Dis-
oti. fo* consumption,' yill have a
I da ti8 btte fight with their trol-
E**: i|(ii ot ended earlier by fetnl ,0r-
nation. l,,ea what T. R. Ball of
all )esi., has, to say "Last fall
,ifer had every syunptoni of oon-
| tt~on*. S~e ,t.o6k. Dr. ,Kixag's Now
r f'ter everythlnieilo had
l Improvem t-.a .e 't once.
Shbottles entirely oured hbr,'"
S teeLd ball .druggists. Price
||j Tll rial bottles ee. .
i|tnent Visitor Here .
S prominent visitors to
l Aunoipg< di.g thelj past two days
ifol. A,. Matthews. of Cerrogor-
K 4ellr 'in timber and


ti aiieint Republican

'e 4l4tinlguied 4entleman. ad
).$*lioau came to aineaville appear.
t'n business aid .o n eferenxic
wares. obinson lud CVhu'bb. the
Itd Republicaqnetttlrs of Flor-


I^II^ W,^^111^^ 1


10ad" a Ottt A te)dio



s 1b^ck^,-8I te 0ricl,
k wl1r t l 'used'' ave
h Itr stops fahIhtigtoo
$1.0 a bl*tl. All druggists.
roui 'rungegt cannot pl yen
an onsB dar an4l we w-i e me
.aottle. 'lie sure nz veot1annse
SJ;Q,A.'RCo.,Lowetl al


,"N.E' TO HIS ~,WARD"
Hon, A. ,. Denton asFses Away at His
Home in .Texa.
Editor bun,: We aren1 receipt of a
paper caliedi the So.ahlight, published
at GilimerYexas, giv1ignan accent of
the death oof"li. A;. Denton, and
ao i 1niie'Opicture of'himni, whlc we
l sorry .we 'cannot produce on .,a-
0ou.n' of ot., having a plotegraph of
him.'. The. Searobhligh; 'says: i M.
'Dentotn: ws one of our esteemed aiid
isod one of our oldest pio9e1 6it4ena'
It will be remembered relied t 7: 0
on Friday morning, &pri' i', 9i08
,after a'br'ief sellof, aidiicnas.. 6 was
in lis 86th year. "My.Dertonu wai born
iT 1Tennessee, from which'8tate .he
ioved t0o Alabamna,, and fro'mthepreo t
"Texa-i 1840,. settlIng on the Sablne
river "in the southern portion of.
Upshur county, but that portion hap
(l'nce been cut off, forcing a psit of
Qrug counlity. *
. Shortly beore oomihg to Texas Mr.
D ntion married Miss Mary, 3Boyd,
O'ilter of W, 8. Boyd, Sr., of this city,
'Mrs. A. F. White, deceased, and Mrs.-
Henrietta Fields was datighter of this
'wife, who died about 1858, He moved
to Gitlme'r in 1854 and sopinme time after
'married Miss Fraiices Virginia Walton,
setter offMrs. Georgia Simpson, and to
this' uniobriere born eleven children,
two of whom are dead'. Those living
are Mesdameta Orie Gulberson, Ada
Christian, Mollie McGee, Rosa
Christlat, Bertle Smiath, Messrs. John
T. Jim and Frank Deouton. His wife
also survives him.
.ii years past Mr. Dointon held the
oflie of tax collector atnd assessor of
Upshur county for several years and
made an efflioenti officer. In 1847
while living in the southern portion of
this county, there were about; forty:
families SWi the neighborhood, of which
he was one of the last that survived
t hem.- Mr. A. B. Doi ton was an uncle
of Mrs.'R. D. 1lai0e anid clerk circuit
court of this countyt, Ha-. 0. De:ton,
also a grand uncle of Mr. J. V, Deuton,
of Macanopy.


Revolution Imminent,
A sre sign of approaching revolt
alid serious trouble in. your system is
nervousness, sleeplessness or stomach
upsets. El ectric Bitters will quickly
dismember the trbiublesome causes.
It never falls. to tone the .toimlah,
regulate the liver, aid clarify the.
blood. Run down systems biiohit par.
ticularly and all the usual attending
nachei vanish under its searchintg .and
thoro.ugli itteotivcness.. Eleotrio Bit.,
ters i4 only 50i, and that is returned i
it don't. ,ivo. perfect satisfOaotioi..
uarainteeil by Itli druggists. "'
Meeting School Board.
The regular monthly ieetiLg of. the
School Board of Alachua county was
held yesterday, one day earller than
tiu regular timOe, owing to th11 exairit-
nation Of teahcers, which will begin.
today. '
The meeting was void o n1AYthfjg of
especial interest, other than tihe at
poiutment of a few teachers. Tle. i re-
Pmainder of the .teachers will b4,p
pointed at theo'next tinoetiug, when -i.
compnlei list will be) published. '
After tie regular rout in' of 'busi:tn
.the board adjoiurnkd uttil tle next
regular meeting in July. .
iWasWasting Away.
The following letter Iro Rpbert R.
oWra Sat,.- Mo., is instructive:.
"IA hv e been troulttd with kidney
di.ise'fir h A laast t*v, years. I lost'
tie.fbliid :"e er'iil well anid doctored
.w~th.ead.i physteiianas and tried ai ii
r:melMItl,. tinaruitied Ithmt m.ak f11


A. ltm requireo^s .
Welkn"ff yo irse l at ianeu
t^aI fiE FaItNe lqt an ey;ef!
'9. llii ^t"' ".e *urn, Ontthid t^- .
to WilMofe 4 foil







46 TAp'd 4sti o be g ive, .pahe4 beghti)la t 0ebodd
....MA- 4r* e*re Thuli t e :i o h Qn, ul W
..s. ..4t1 be no A' the trs o y es s the d n th


9 os- knjo i!tb .lol Feunctaerl. *re q u ines rsue c ombeD i
euit dewin. tha FtheEt r coIndii o.U.s io wait bi s
t1it d Jte t beri you are attao'edlt oue, t blodaf, it
O ,Al C tae lioodf n,- lty ourself it in paAlllutet y Dr9 i
e) d .e th h ws b i 'betp'on .' ae-> ardb, ato the ame tn is t it ,, te
*cohi Jdt I lthe ooa othe r at-tr tonie rnq iuifreas nto e :for th cobatr
heirdon n tl:W sn.. hl,'t o id' i..to t. ten.h On th e othehando wat until
et tat ursa et w i fh tuibO/thee a ytcei. eand ll lb .ow atad .
Slarge rowd iii thopet. house. poieop begets greater O 1 yseI troubles.
'Theiprogram hs rholn eiry carefully than, those It an employ il to, iedy.
selected and is as flIws .. .. Where a bad ase of chto t"aia
Fan ';lo-M 1ips1 Iyrtle Fennell. already exists, take DR. UAITZJW
'Vet polo-J.. A. Cloodwin. FEVER and AGTU, 8PECIFi'E. t sla
Ct so>ngs~-GeotgeTyler.Ol guaranteed to -cure. PrIoe 0 o
t'h'e $ithprell, the 3by Oiejrator- BUT IORe WI.
S0Wbeext, $n4 AtJsattiaido" ek,
GatesAeilorn Guarde rtar Tette.-Ty- |t End, *U 4ff
^^n^et idttiShe thrg hthvi oenort;.h; 1, ** themw ieth. 'entury
Coeen .nd thi.s BBagig e melodies. d N.T
tasey Utbthe Jat-^L.i W. Wooding, Vew Weisht U.aev ulMiibar n. a*1
asstaei dh Goee. Tyhr s on All deawerg handle, or heyh to t
:ltANtO bEyitB AtI'tiuSTED. HAtlae Maici ert o., yton, Ohio.
are. n B
tilharged Wit Sendinh.Obsene Matb- pubam oo astohe .avu d, mon
tp rtoWor. an' ri L lsalssin aiOn Ola te ? '

-unii has the following to si.y T hre-ges



osli l abroghtr to the' city yesterday TO ORGAN.IZE LIBRARY.
ft<>nyer Andtnp Orlando Wofks, ukin' Ladies of the Twentieth Century Club

scienert at i orge twhe, point The ladies of the Twentieth Century
eibe ta ken I .d e t.ith tefom n W Club have inaugurated a plan' for es-



ity. It is g harge tht he 'ent ob- public as soon as they have demon-
uc riea'ttor to a womin n PhI.l.del strated te f(act that a library can be

It' e:te ct^ ,dtIa Judge Loce wiin The committee in charge is very de-
is na 'der today reading the irou" to have the books and money
irioner to Baltioreto whie point promised by all of the ladies of the
will b taken. Wli o ks. is from W lub sent in as soon as possible. Do-
do66tihs mafny frens t b4i bos from ,ne JI


do, ind has many Ifriends throughout
the State.
DEATH OF MIRS. ARTER.
Estimable Lady Paosea Away After an
Illness of SPvepta Days.
After an illness 0f severs'days-at her
home. in this 'city, Mrs. ML. Carter,
t:iel y 4..gwife of Mr. 'S.H. Carter,
did at 8 o'clock Tuesday morning, of
mnalarlal fever. -
Deceased was about twenty-eight
years Qf age, and has been residing in
lits. city for several years, where she
haid nany lovig friends who admired
her fdr her Sincere, Christian cha rac
tcr. Shte i Sa rv ived lby a husband and
Voe chil. "
The remains wWre!takeon yesterday to
Fort ,White, the former home of the
deceased., where the ltnterment will be.
held 'i" the burying ground.
-To he bereaved husbandd and rela-
tivias: The Sun, with other friiuds, ex-
tends s-inere n mpathy. .
Shnteristin to Asthma Sufferers.
lDaniel Bante of OttorvIlle, Iowa,
wr4ies, 'I have had aSthmai for three
or tour years and have tried about all
the cough and asthems -ureas in the
market and have r- el ved treatment"
from physicians in New York and
otherciti butt got 'vry little benefit
until I tried Voley'ainuey: adTar.d,
which gave me immediate relief anti .1
will never be without it ia mt house.
I sincerely recommend it to al. Sold
by W. 0C. Xl aed s 4tg atfte.
U % lAwi4 t "ampv l e.."

I:.,i to a wagoinS ra away, throw-'
'ing it driver, ,'E.. Stokes, to the
ground and: o srioUly-'i iring il .'-
artia 'frtn Ciampille yesterday
who' wit~std; tl miimoiort'une state
titatthe teya wAs engaged in loading
'it qulaa"tjf dailiess Thie horm be1
cashe 'BIcddenly 'fightefted and ran,
.thr wagon, tot. e 1fe :..l uid.r' the vt
hie, iib w sch w- eaiiy lotesanI


will'be very aseeptable to the commit-
tee. The chairman has been appoint-
ed to receive books and money, and all
such shoulrt be sent to Mrs. Thos. P.
Hay, chairman,
Brick Work Finished.
After several weeks' steady employ-
Ment of Contractor McMahan and his
'0ore, the brickwork on. the new mu-
nicial building was finished Monday,
and it is one of the neatest jobs ever;
completed in this oity. It deinon-
strafes the fact that Contractor Me-
.Mahan is one ofthe most artistic anid
onelfen.ut .orokmen in the South,
whloht'-ac*Qu.tSt. for the fact that he
alywajhasa more thanuhe can comfort-
ably' attend to.
When the carpenters and plasterers
shall have finished the work on this
building it will be ready forocoupancy.
This will require possibly three weeks,
and it may be safely said that the Ju~ly
meeting of the City Council will be
held in these elegant new quarters.
The lower floor will be used as the
headquarters of the fire, department,
and the employes of this department
will occupy quarters on the second
floor. T1e building will be equipped,
with bath and..%ther home conven,
iences, and th re laddies may con-
sider. theimseli indeed in 'big and'
luxuriousu" luck. ,
SThe building was let by contract to
,3. Eddin.,'and 'the contract prices
was alittile more than $1,000.
Killed a Big tRattler.
F. Bunch visited his farm near the
City Monday, and while there.eame in
contact .with a monster rattlesnake,
which he soon dispatched with tiF
trunk of a small oak tree. '-His anke-
s',lip, pos(sessed' of twelve rattles
a;id ithe: customn~ry' button, and. meas-
ured.it.feete.,two.incees. '
Another 0s4i for -Taop.
"Thafa. mip bojS wo agalt 1 ysccess.-
fusthe.disamon4 o .ee


A.i


left


t r'% As tio', and
Sprri sWe % 4 to this East.
Handsome Peurr peted.
goajia the, Gq0|Nolle section
shipped the 'lst. ....id c'"arload of
cantaloUpLes 'from 4 t7'7y' re-
frigeration, The eat cva oo e .d by
the Gaiesville Mln oers' As-
edation to p6iitA h 'te agst, 'and
consisteW of or'h nd berate* of
chbige fruit.
This car was the third ent frt m the
State iiofar this seon. The otens
were of nusually fie quali-ty, iarge,
roend ;a nd Sm0ooth, ni&d it: is expected
ithaM rge returns will result from the
shipment. W
,1oqr ear lineS oyr the aboard Air

10 MEMORY OF gOD MAN.
--
Metirose orrodert P Highst
Tribuhte tQ Departed;Pattor.
:.Melroe, June 2.-~t was 'wit deep
re et that we learned of the Oath of

oldestt end di st e.tese d4 wb4ier rsi-
dents. Mr. Waters was beloved by all
whb 'kitew him, and hiisikdlyfailiar
figure will be iadly misted by every
man, woman, qnd child ini. the "om-
rp unity. . t ... :: .
He was a man o. moawtgent u nat re
and was a true peaPemakeroi ma.n:iin
evei ready to encourage ,iand subatan-
tially help any enterprise tending. to
improve the tow:, atnd helping
the meedy in his quiet and uposten6
tatious way., i' ,: -
The unconscious ministry of esuch
life tiro'ugh long year must leave un~,
told blessings.
11His whole heart seemed cen.teried in
his little church at Melrose. This o .
*ill be felt by all, but especially by hlii.
little flock.
A memorial service was held at the,
Lutheran church on SundAy, May 81,
by the Rev. Julian. The church was
beautifully and most tastefully
decorated with whi-t flowers, a life-
sized portrait of the Rev. Waters was
placed on the altar, w hichl4hith the
pulpit'awd organ, were drap4!W black.
The church was well filled, every fam-.
-in.-telrose beinreprei.tted.,-
Rev. Waters was born in Mercer
county Pa., March 4,4824, and grad-
uated from the Pennsylvahna college at
Get*y burg in 18583 and from the LLuth-
era' elieo. Seminary i14855. He was
married in the same year to MiE Hai--
nah 0. `'teck. In '1886 he founded -and ,
opened the Junionville Soldies' Or-,.
phan ifchool, of which he wa prinii-
pal ti i .. '" "
He leaves three. sons, Rev. J. A.
Waters, Rev. M. S. Water and Dr'"0.
J. Waters, and one daughter, Mrs. 0. S.
Pv iavans. : : -
The funeral took place at ittibburg,
Pa.. on May 27. '
Mr. Maun had the mistortunx to be
bit-at out oton Monday night, ;losing' all
his furniture, clothing, et. le waS.
oce paying the house of M. G. Motr-'
rison on Lake Gertrude 'near Melrose.:.,.
The colored Bap.lte had a reUnioni ;
ministers' meeting 'during the pastt^^
week, some tweinty-flve ministers and;-
eiDout the same number of delegates
were present. Al. the visitors ex- "
pressed themselves as very much;
pleased at their exceptionn by the mneina-.
bers of the Melirose IBaptist churcih,i
col. They also speak very highlyoh;of
the good behavior of all present ats
the many services., The steamer
Alert iade a special trip to carry
some or the delegates back to Waldo.
SThe total rainfall for Meirose dUring
May was 5.76 inches.- .': ,


S. Attntion, U D., O .:.:;.
Kirby Smith Chapter, l i D4 ., Will
meet at the residence ofMr J 11.
litmsa- t 4 o'-loek Thurday lftero .
A fil' attendance is de iated, as .
*pogrtant bnnese will be presiiated at
tW0ii meeting and final arraz% l.ents
will beo addaind *comiamin eetk pitt:
ed for the entertainuqut tii ,*e
k'M. 19 al .


















Si r Rirought Up, a .NMber df Whigh
Bt Delaypd Uqitl Mceti4 ofuly.
,uncl0 Went Into, xecutiv* 0 esion.
ti E$,ett rax Matter :
The k-ouorable City Co0nail met Iw
regular mlionthly session at the Coun.
l chtnber IMonday eving, the fol-
lowing behig present:
4ldermat Broome, president ; Alder-
j / otit A.rt'hir, Pedriok, Doig, Ouah-'
man and Taylor, 'and Oler Dell.'
Shere' w al the usual num.bar of:
s iti who h'ad come .to present
griovaaces of various 'uattes, and a
atteriaig of -those who just "dropped;
i.n"through .-uriosity.
; e inualtes ot 'last meeting were
ad and upon motion approved, when
the toedin. of bills was 'taken up.`* It:
was dis*apered that there were a 4um,
r of ll for street work, whih had
been prooented at ,the last moment7t
n which were not approved. 'Upon
potloo a reeess of five minutes was
taken i'order 'to perm it ..to finance
tipnit' to approve the bills.
;E rVoyl, manager of the Ab-
$ract and ,Realty Company, appeared,
before1 the Coun0 l in the matter 9of an:
error in tax collections on ,ertaIl
property, which he stated was loaated
y o the line of the city limits.,
I il tf of tihe property was bituatied in
ieth limits, whle he 0therhalf
*h0u l: n ot -be aublected to. city ta.xa-
tioio ,it belng~il o.o ide tho line h This
;ntlre proPert' had- been 'assessed for
ty. taxation, and had been sold for
axeiu,d eT Tax Sale. Certl64. o.'
:i,/'1i Mr.Voyle stated that he was
::: esiro.of paying that proportion of
the tax .which was honestly dae, and
asked 'that he be allowed to settle
taxes on property inside the city lim-
itsl. The atter upon motion was
'.referred to the hflane committee. ,
,"/ S.: JS Burnett Otppeared before the
conci his the .matter, of his' taxes,
w-. which he declared were excessive,
SAfte considerable discussion l the
matter a motion was carried ,to the
!feetithSba-t theCouncil ,g8into g execu-
:! tive session at the conclusion of the
...Openm.ieeting for the purpose., of set-
tl ng this matter
A A, number of residents of East
S Oaiesville who have become tired of
'..going "around their elbow to- get to
their nose," presented a petition ask-
S ing that Lemon street, East Oaines-
V" .ille, be opened so that it would in-
terseot Foster street. This would at-
ford a much more direct route to the
square from that section, and would
not only save extra steps but eonsider-
:able time. The matter was referred
S to the street committee with instrue-
tions to report at the next meeting.
1 Bide for' repairing the culvert on
Liberty street aGross Sweetwater
branch, which has been in a dilapi-
dated conditi6nisinoe the big rain of a
l. few months a.go,,.we received from
,Williams i &'. Edind Benson, 'Rou.x-
Co., and others,, but -no action was
taken, owing to the shortage of the I
ci 'ty's funds, but a motion prevailed to'
+ the effect that the chairman of the
street committee be empowered to
i' have sane repaired by either day or
., cnnrast labor. The aldermen dwelt
at length upoen .tbhbreulvert, and all
|agreed that it was in a dangerous con -
di tioan ad should be repaired.
The question of etecting the house
Or employes a. the waterworks was
trough up. There Were four bids for
Serectionof this building from va-
a plan.g ana speculations, bat the
tract was finally let to August

work is to be done under super-
of the superintendent of the
rworka and the chairman of the
r committee. The house is to be
rooms,'an4 5* to be equipped with


1 ..i. ...... ......-. ---. .
the wtterworks comnmitte, at no ex.- hoped tht li:t w~1 not bloomo bull-
ponse to the city. Th superintendent headed to the (de;. i
was also Istructed to. ihstatl a l'a ok Aldetaman PedriiVk i t Adressed over
vatve at the conneottig points of tft the minditiot of thesld0ewltks g0eratl -
p ipo tu he ~uin, to preo vent talie waste ly, iubt moru especlaJly thnt. setion of
of wate.r. S. .. outh'(ardc~tetreet- between West
Alderman hPedrick o lled the atUon. Liberty and West thUn, which he do..
tion to the dilapid teid condtitonu of elart is ,I inht worst oUt dltI, n il ofnuy
certals in dewalks on East MAin s-tret., in' t wo Wnh, ,. th ge .rbn heart
stating that the complait h had several whioh itas always imad hin popular,
times bee* n made to l itd n or. the samI. he sattt tat t theofity would 'furilAh
ACotio in the matter w-ws d.feorr,4. the 9ourbt-fi aid d do l o work he atd
The here belongings ) Hose Com. other property 6W -. would fItmrntsh
pany No. 1 having be.omne unfit f r the ntWrI at tor tf ttst r -uojton of a
service on account of blindness, Ohe'f sid ik. The- matti was referred o
McArthur wa. empowered. to sell thle .thetatreoeommteo) with rastruNtioin
animal for not leis than t$106, rnd too to reportati next m tirig.
purchase another hlitkv, for fire tvpura T regular buishess bing conclude
pose t at Dbe0 ot to exceed $250 de* ed, tih bo t1pi o.tl0.. u -to S Went Into
lverted e3xecu&ivest,,ssion In tthe mnttsr of d-
Aideoran ndrick 1 ofrioed of th.e af t J uet' ta
cows, exeppt In thlr places. He N'.tOZ* TIO6 u'OrBTHU T jwres
stated that he, witii either good etui. # W "Pa IwiAL-tA .f,('rtIOi:
ens, h become dis sidh[ with th w te ps~ oio l*c
m3aeh.r in which "t|b.t animals had er a r set m
wandered t large on b.he streetS, get. pUm Wio Mne .Oi oe .1 e p? .ua6 ti
tiong into peoples. ye 4s and rotating. Es tI.IMe w#i OPS 1to1 dlt5 t r
thirjrlower. and vegetable., Anid he orG. a*,. .5, (.
wtod tse tle or ltU mfir ree s a 4 wJ, .
p the nstdred t a g I: i d to ,a. .o .i..

a."rdas t wil0, 4 0w 00hile o0 rs o x Us.4"
terompp lled to kp. th -ad up. t pi


the .eihy the tabqriole asr epr f ^ _
MOd th1 the 0, "la4 i

Ir. and It was tiaily dIdlad to me 'las u^.l. Aa.


linu


4 ;" ''1'. '1


inoif :the City Dads
a Lirely On*.'. '

'OFTANT MATTElRS


irrigation purposes daily are from' 6 to
8 a. m, and from 4 to 6 p. nu., attd the
committee' recommended that all c6n-
sumers hereafter caught using faucets
for Irrigating purposes outiide of these
hours be immediately ut off from the
supply, The communication also stated
that the .nmmittoee had eirt~ned tihe
water meters at both the Diatnond aid
Sut ess e p "lant, and i0tned that
they were entirely indequ.te for tho
service.. yThey oWomeondp- that the
{ stapetintendent hb empor d -to pur-
Ahaae water tniters ':t cient c ori
reotnes and capaelty, that- a new me-
ter be lntalled ateav0 pjarit, and that
in future a rate oftf cents per hun-.
d red uhble fee- be Oharggd each iee
company tot water, meter meoasuro-
rent..
The latter lauoe in this eonmunl-
cationexi t with io0pe: opposition. Al-
derman iMA&rtht, Who is a practical
Ice manufacturer, stated that the re-
pot had Just a. well shut the water
apply "ff altoether, as nether Ile
company could A*,ord p pay that price
for the .wrvijo, oever, aftqroo,
siderable dticuoi the comxuudca.
tion, wa adopted i tOto .
Aldmerian ')olgk, rp ting N.-
Carter, Jtr, Who owns ~ iming fpoo,
eah week, or o4eamt it eaeo y,
Jo: theelty *t% Tis tywas
granted, she rauS to be four ceIn per
hoo red sobile feet1


tiin3owa and blinds.
w|t* ooauslstee had before the
l wk ty amd i4eresting co-
Pta gnae-ag aeea"l matters


t: *e e .that^ that o.oa 1o


4' 4


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SAND


BLADDER



DISEASES


oYS KIDNEY CU4 will positively care anycase
kof K O d y Or Bidder disease that is not beyond the reach
o mIediine. No M edicine ca do moe.,

I t y notice any irregularities, commence taking

POL S KIDNBY CUR3 at oce a d avoid a fatal malady.

BElLOW l A TESTIMONIAL VPtOSON- OF THE MANY THOUSAND I
WHO HAVE SEEN OUREDO BY THI *rREAT IV DIOIN E.

A. H. Thurtess, Mgr. Wills Creek Coal Ce., Buffalo,.,, writes: "I havebeen afflicted
with kidney an4 bladder trouble for years, passing gravel or stones with excrucia-
ting pains. ,Other medicines only gav. relief. After taking ,yleYas Wny t.ar
the result was surprising. A few doses started the brick dust like fine stones, etc.,
a and now I iave no pain across my kidneys and 1 feel like' a new man. Foley's
Idney Cure has done me $1000 worth of good."


7w S es c s& $1.00.


Refuse Substitutes.


aInd Building Mteial
I t,~^ .i.STOE I "C,, C

SalWeights, Gord, Hirdure


E. H13^ Proitrietor


SPRINGS
,NOtQAt.AL I $9TiTj will open on
AMonday, Ju1e 8, for the fourth sun-
tmr, term, aiud .on titu4 twelve wecks,
'all nornialaod Cmmeroamal work car-
riod. o t part iulard addresss J. H.

-*'elu
ias an tid A v f 4Otraofcrmel


I 'W. LV-4f.NW I*' ttiUaN I*lao,
w i.4 b 4, ti' aW. 4 ol
8e H-oX',t,4..Itir a6 oton ,
tioyon 3' a i t n 0o0
dt e .. A I, .o l phi. It 1V I. *t

dES. LAWSf OW LOltWDA.


I o* t0 0 v r p .17, t : r t 0 'w f ... '.. *. .. . +*-*": : .
IQWIII m WID04,,ity.,.. 00a A "' +
AM e et a.. 0't o1 f o Alii. .i. 4a s ti
hrlUite r onoi t< at to w,. a
will liMdo tmhe on i te 6:th day of
A 11o o ., , o t d .
Wtmesunmy, otloiu1 .nidnatur a, d so'e ti thil a
leruluCircuIv cot Aur oh 0i ourib Fj t,
:Pe r "I.,oR 1 to 4. e, 0.
NOT-too O-- APt4LOAVON IVOR TA 7'
t)IM .UNo1ir AOI'TION .0 01 or vP4
4W LAWS oVr PIVuA, '
NotteiB I hereBy ttlye0"t'*.hat F. s JT. Mtll
t O July, A. D. h. lt.4S _0t i h
tux dw~eto.uofIV toI: MAoW, 1. !li'l t
Wit no t te In A4W Go# itbe .a f wint7
B(II( or : r e en Ahe e wh tn cowty,
.Nws of .oe laeo 4 aqre Se.s ill'To t, "

aihB h' redetoeAd aaood e'
1 ~a, m omifla a1nysre and seastS 't
The 4t ".of: P 9 ,, IA0
4:1 0 .014
0o 0t0s ereba IVeAiti

n med .ettiler b fal 41 no of. 5 5ai 7

1 1 4 1 90 'o a y eA5. 1 1 ,
Aouaal 0 A l 'oo*sawo of Wes.n. 52.
a .or aIo Loe t Aa00d 0e0lt see:
s 14 0 o.nhm s lo wiy. To 1W i '
>a o. ) i 06. -. v0 i n t0, 1V L.'ii

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An interesin g Booklet. "All About The Kidneys" tre th asking
Address, EY CO., Chicago,.


SOLO IAN RECONMNDEOD BY WC WALLAOVS DRUb STORE.


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S00ZooR$ $$ ~pd Prop'r.


W 1 a yeir; six
molthst, 0,;gf 'opies,, Be5
Apxvxsor*aG RA *as:
Lcal advertisemets, 15 cents a line
'i4rtlo first and 10 cents for each addi-

0sp'l played advertisements for three,
s :d 12: months at special rates.
eit furnished upon application.
Marriage and Death notices inserted
t!e0 ^ ,r $ I Obtuaries, 6 cents a line.

S We" will not accept stamps of a
;": : -largerdenominatlon than 2 cents,.

Oun. CLUE L1INO INT.
The Sun and the Thrice-a-Week
(N.Y.) World one year....... $1 65
The Sun and the Atlanta (Ga.)
Weekly Constitution one year.. 1 75
"The1 :' 'Suni and the Atlanta (Ga.)
SemnWeekly Journal one year. 1 50
The Sun and the Semi-Weekly
Times-Union one year.,....... 1 50

When a Japanese woman enters a
always car in her own land she slips
off het little wood or rice shoes, stands
upon the seat and then sits down with
her feet under her.

There are 278 lepers in the country,
Si f whom Louislana has 165, California
24, Florida 24, Minnesota 20, N1ew
York 7, and a few other states differ-
ent nuUmbers, ranging from I to 16.
The only Woman in America who is a
? professional driver of race horses, is
i Mrs. Frank Hard. To frivolous wo-
S men she says, buy a good horse and
s.ee what a superior it will make of
you. ______________
It is perfectly apparent that ex-
Senator Wilk. Call has foresworn poli-
ties once and for all. He has success-
fully linked his fortunes with J. P.
SMorgan and is now ,u the ranks of


the detested capitalists.-Pensacola
News.
When Frank Adams wins that
$10,000 from the Lake City paper, and
Bob McNamee the $30,000 from John
Denham, we may expect to hear some-


*OfNATOR TAL4AP1RRQ.

S^OhRii, lWashington correspondent
t sha Atlfnta: Constitution, than
Whom no ma i -|better qualified to
speak knowingly of public men at the
national capital, has thee following to
say of Florida'is unior senator:
-Senator Taliaferro is holding his first
political office. He has large business
inte4reets in Florida and up t0o the day
when his friends. put him in the iace
he figured principlly -as a bOniness
man, alive to the interests of the State
and cootribtuing to the development
of many of -its dffere nt industries,:
He had always been a Demooerat and
had been active as a supporter of. the
party and a worker in the party or-
ganization, but had never been a can-
didate for office.
I have had occasion, before I knew
that there was a possibility of opposi-
tion to him, to write of Senator Talla-
feorro's career in Washington. Even the
men who oppose him have no criticism
to make upon his public acts, so far as
I have been able to find, and all frankly
acknowledge that his record at Wash-
initon has been excellent. As a matter
of fact, Florida has had no senator in.
her history who has stpod higher in
the estimation of his Ifellow members
of that body, and certainly no man has
worked more consistently or more suc-
cessfully for the Welfare of the State.
These things are known to all men, and
in repeating them,9here I have no inten-
tion whatsoever of endeavoring to. in-
fluence this senatorial campaign in any
way through The Constitution. It is
unquestionably true that Senator
Taliaferro has made a remarkably fine
record in *the Senate and that the
people of Florida appreciate that fact.

BEE STINGS OURE RHEUMATISM.

Dr. Pere, of Marburg, in address,be-
fore a brilliant gathering of physi-
cians the other day, announced his dis-
covery of the important fact that the
sting of a bee is a sure cure for rheu-
matism of the joints and muscles. In
cases where the patient is suffering
severely Dr. Pere says the sting haes no
effect at first, and must be repeated
frequently. Finally when the stIng
can be felt and the place that is stung
begins to swell the rheumatism dis-
appears.
In describing his method Dr. Pero
says he generally allows his patients
to be stung by only a few bees at first,
and then gradually increase, the num-
ber. It is his custom to have the
sufferer stung about seventy times at a


restorer the world has ever known.
:food's Sarsaparilla
isa thoroughly good medicine. Begin
to take it TODAY. Get HOOD'S.

THE FIlRST GUN.

There is to be a grand picnic on the
west side of New River, at Long
Bridge, on Friday, June 12, and a
tremendous big crowd is invited and
expected.
Among the distinguished Floridians
who have'beon invited and who are ex-
pected to be present are Hon. R. W.
Davis and Hon. C. M. Brown, candi-
dates, for governor; Hon. James E.
Broome, candidate for secretary of
State; Hons. J. M. Barrs, A. 0.
Wright, W. A. MaeWilliams, Jas. E.
Alexander, Frank Clarl~', candidates
for Congress, and other distinguished
orators. Hon. Frank Harris, the able
Ocala editor, will also be invited to be
present.
The address of welcome will be de-
livered by that able and, veteran sena-
tor from Bradford, Hon. J. B. Crews,
and the response by Prof. Schell. At
this picnic will be fired the opening
guns of the great political campaign of
next year, and a great time may be
confidently predicted,
PROFUSE IN HIS COMPLIMENTS.

Jos. Ohl, the able Washington cor-
respondent of the Atlanta Constitu-
tion, refers as follows to a' letter re-
cently received from Hon. J. E. Alex-
ander:
When Jim Alexander reaches the I-


thing drop in Florida politics.-Palatka sitting, and in one: case-that of a take-my-pen-in-hand stage, the only
Herald. woman who was severely afflicted-he finish really in sight is that of the man
says it was necessary to have his bees who has to read his epistle. He runs
When a man reckons up how much sting her 0,952 times before a cure was on and on, interestingly, but apparent-
it costs him to live he figures on how effected. ly with. no end in sight. From Call,
much is left for clothes; when a wo- The public will doubtless be glad to who always heads his list, to Hart-
man has figured up what her clothes hear of this simple and pleasing ridge, then -to Colonel Gunby, who
cost, she estimates what is left to method of fighting rheumatism. Who might have been itdge except for his-
live onl. would not gladly be stung 6,952 times youth; then to the brilliant record be-
Of the 5,341 deaths in Chicago in in order to get rid of an ache in some ing made by young men in Congress-
the last two months, 18,185 have been Joint? Busy people miglt put in their with special mention of Howard and
caused by pneumonia. The doctors Snday afternoons being stung, and Brantley of Georgia, among others;
are unable to toll why there is so much those who hate to call in doctors may tlihn to Railroad Commissioner Jeff
pneumonia. They think it is con- with a little practice perhaps train Browne, than whom "no purer, more
tageous, bees of their own to sting as directed. honest man, or clever fellow, or truer
The sting cure makes it important that friend ever lived;" then to Folk, of
A hundred years ago $200, or at no large family should be without a St. Louis, who enjoy the distinction
most, $250, was the allowance of wn. -hiiVeof bees. In emergencies of course of having been born near the spot
actress for a season'scostumes. These one of the children might bb sent to hallowed as Jim Alexander's birth-
figures seem strange in these days of the neighbors to borrow a few pints of place.; and after that, his compliments
elaborate and expensive dressing on bees, but it will always be best to have to the present membership of the
the stage, one's own bees where they can be- Florida Legislature consisting of
he deat gbe is esti- pressed into service at a moment's "some of the handsomest young men
matdeath 8 a mte of t.h, 7,0 a day, or notice. that ever sat in a legislative body.'
Stated at 8 a minute, 07,9 ) a day, or It only remains now for Dr. lre to That this may not be taken entirely to
8,740,800a year. The birthrate is70 explain how he teaches his bbeg to themselves by Speaker Cromwell Gib-
a minute, 100,800 a day, or 36,792(.0) a sting at the right places. That done, boms and Bob SleNatnee, Alexander
year, reckoning the year to be '65 days rheumatism will cease, to bo dreadful, goes on to include President Frank
in length. _The foregoing may seem rather a he- Adams, Governor Jennings and "a
From an itinerant musician, the roie remedy for the disease, however, majority of his cabinet." When Jim
decidesn lilies, no
daughter of a poor harpist, Miss Mario we (ire informed that the process is by guit man itotu p permitted to ecape.
Hall has become in one appearance the, no mleas new. He is contemplating running for Con-
foremoat woman violinist in all Eu- Dr. J. V. Harris of Koy West, Fla., gress.
rope because of her marvelous execu- several yearsago while suffering with There are graduated from colleges
tion and sympathetic playing. rheumatism in his right arm was work- n the United States from 10,000 to
ine _0 _h a h inug with a swarm of bees, when he was 12,500 physicians. The actual needs
oinee 1700 th area of the United stung on the arm several times. In a of the -ountr call for only about
States has increased from 827,84l4 to short time the rheumatism h disap- 2,500nnually.
860,98 square miles, the number of peared, and some months after, upon .. an ." u .
tooUnties has increased from 307 to the re-appearaice of the disease, the Catarrh Cannot be Cured
2,87", ^ and the total population has in- .Doctor, after tryi all the remedies With local applications, as they can
^ e frdtn 3,920,214 to 6,,i02,3S7, or that he knew of, thought of 1Iis expe- not reach the seat of the disease.
S:,intteo ld. rioewe with the bees. " " Cattarrh is a blood or constitutional
.A Miami erepondent states, i Ie caught several bees and allowed disease, and inorder to' cure it you
theAimiseon rof May d, that- th them to sting hist'm over the muscle. must take internal 'remedies. liL's
Sgs iomn extension of, the East. t eCted. Muelt to his drprise.. Gatarrh Cure is taken :internally, and.
O WailytoCap b, hurried Away." Sinceo th is time, wheu ly the loo and mur ous-
southenmost l beit of the United o r romedis fail the:, Dotorpr, qit 'M e edi I t
,State., wa bltg puthed amnd that the scribes the "be sting" for his po.. t ee of the fars ihn theis
piling for:the ridge over the Miami ., e.... ry o r e i a r a ei A
iver has a bn placed in position, we see that a Florida hysi' tior ea is thbes
a portion of the bridge tbe st started thi dMrture from the nown,comined with the best bo
.p an.d he draw is- uses of thebsy b, niaclhtly on the ,u

b 1p*0 ot up. tOOM s grading is Uncle ;am has shipped $2,500,0t) 0 in of ithe .tro i'nrdiets ih
coplethi the iron wil be ld anid a ilvser to the Filipinoe. This money produces sea woferful results in
1ttloo wL r will so' akeIts a p- was sentin beer kega and i1t took 60 ,i t fr testimotial i
oam ,014-s iCOX !-v
Jarona o he. TeALomau


W% of s1
S of nw


w% of se .... ......
v%/ and nw of sw4 ....


Nw/4 and nw'4 of ne and se of
ne/................ .......
S/. ... ............... ...... 1
N w ... . . .. . ....... 1
All .......... .it... ............1
W% of w/2.. .. ........... 21
6 acres of w and of sy'/ of ne of
se... ... ... ............. 2
Commencing at sw corner of nw4
of ne ......... .......... 2
run e 1320 feet, n 594 feet w 1320
s 594 feet.. .. ... ... ..... .. 2
Sny' of sw,4 of ne/..... .. ...... 2
Nel/ of nwI4 less 2 acres .. .. .... 2
Sw% of lot 10 block 4 Brannings 2
add to Waldo ............
Lot 2 block 5 Brannings 2nd add to
W aldo ......... . . .. ..
Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 block I and
lots 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13
block 2 Ambrose add to Waldo ..
A strip of -and 58 feet wide lying on
e side of w%/ of block 7 Willeys
add to Waldo ................
That part of block 2 drescibed in
deed book 47 page 495 Willeyo add
to Waldo...............
The w 270 feet of w /, of block 7
Willeys add to Waldo ... .....
Lots I and 2 block 13 Legaves add
to W aldo .... . ... ... ...
Lots 5 and 8 block 13 Legaves add
to W aldo .. .. . .. .. ... ..
Lots 8, 9 and 10 block 9 ana frac-
tional block .-j, original Waldo...
Commencing at intersection of e line
of Dutton avenue and Canal street
and run s 3914 feet and e across
lot, to w line of .ot 8 and n 38'
feet and sw along Canal street
105 feet to beginning.. ..........
Coninencing 386 feet w of se corner
of nwi/4 of nw rimun n 250 feet,
w 250 feet a 250 feet and e 250 feet ,
Commencing 1620. feet n of ne cor-
ner of sw%1 and run n 133 feet w
660 feet a 133 feet and w 660 feet I
Sw of sw% .. ..............
N1%/ of set/4 and se'l4 of se1/ and
n, of sw'/t and swI4 of swl/
and wi/. of se8/t of sw/4 ........ I
ElV/ of sw!/, and sw!,' of se/ .. .. I
WI/a of ne' less 10 acres in ne cor 2
All ....... ... . ............
All .... ... ... .. .. . . .. ...
N'' of ne'/, and awy/ of ne% and
nwI/4 and n'2 of swA/t and se'/A of
swA/1 and e/, of se/ and sw,4 of
se ... ... . .. .... ... ....... .
neli and w% of se% nd sey/ of
01% nnd swv, and ely, of nw/ ..
All less wv of se,4 of nwi ,4.... .
All . .. .. .. .... ..... .
j.ot 0........ ................
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 south
of grant line and fractional ne1!
of nw14 of nw% and s/, of nw',
Iots 1, 2 ,3, 6, 7 and 8.... ........
Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 n of grant
line ... . .... .. ... .. .....
Lots 1, 2., 5, 6, 7 and 8 n of Grant
lin . . .. . ... . .
Nw .. .. . .... . .
All less ne ot nw% and less ng of
nwi4 of nwl ..... ... ........
All less se%/ of sw%/.. ............
N; of n,1 a and n% of 5st/ nd se!./
of nwv!, and se%, of net/, and nI,!
of S)wv4 of nelV and s'/. of se/ .
All less eV' of new'/ of st-......
SA.. lot 5 and n',/ of lot 12......
Ne 4 of se/i and 0% of sel0 of se%4
Lot,,I of lot 3 .. ................
Blocks 2 and 3 ..
Block 4.......................
Lots 7 and 9. ronting, a on Warren
street, also commencing on west
edge of 2nd ,treet and n edge o(
Main street and run w 13.84
chains, w 60 feet, n 14.12 chains,
w 3.39 chains, s 3.39 chains' and
J.1 .30 chins. also lots 20 and 22
fko iting Main street Windsor....
Lota 15 and 28 o Main streetWindsor
Commencing 20- feet n of nw corner
of lot 27, N Windsor, run a 2.11
chains to D)avis' lot and w 9.48
chains, s -2.J1 chains and e 9.48
ehainh WiWmsor ..... ..........
Lot.s 1. 3. 5, and 19 Green st Windsor
Middle sub division of lot 42 E
Washington street Windsor. ...
Lot 16 Main street nnd lot 3 War-
ron street Windsor .... ........
Lot in Ileplat 151 Windsor ......
SP',j ofw (w....... ;.. ......
wa' of e y v .. f .5.. .5... . .1 4
JLots :3,4,*6 and e% of lot 7 inm lots
11, 13, 14 and w4 of .lot 21 and
i 1ts 82 to 2. and. the !,% of lot
_+8 aind lt 309 and 31 ......
So.!. and -ae. '.fsw% and se% of

ot 4 .hbloek. 11 Rehll ,. ......
iLts 1. 2, 13, 14, 15, 27 and 28 Also
comnamuni at ne corner atof lot 2,
nm es, e .38ebadinas s
;,..,,MI;U(t4P..t *.24


20
120


240
320
160
640
160
6


J F Shand ...
Ellsworth Trust
Co .... .. ...


Warder &
S G Lewis
Atlantic L
S G Lewis
Atlantic L


Lewis
Co...
Co.*.'


J 0 Vasler .. .,. 1 37


Sollie & Adams .
K C Sparkman ..


6 77
3 52


Peter Bailey ... 1 78
J W Jonms.. .. 1 98

A G Middleton 8 22

C H Johnson .. 3

J F Todd .... 7 (0
Mrs J F Todd .. 4 S
W A McLenna ., 2 35
Luny & Donavan 2 ?9
"Unknown .. ... 7 92


8 21 Mrs A Wilkins .. 7 6

8 21 Susan Morton .. 2 (0'(


8 21
8 21


2 Jennie Wells ...
40 A Fries .......


260
120
70
640
C40


552-
560
620
640
40

245
215
240
240
160
580
600

500
620
131/
60
22
32


13 10 21
2W 10 21


5 15
2 50


A Fries ........
Warder & Lewis.
Jack Sullivan ...
S G Lewis .....


Warder & Lewis 31 05
Warder & Lewis 17 13
Waruer & .Lewis 18 87
Aaron Fries. .., 18 87


AcocK & Co ...- 9 15
A M DeBose ..... 6 59
Warder & Lewis 7 71
Warder & Lewis 6 86
Unknown ..... 5 (5
Unknown .. ,.. 19 17
Unknown .. ... 18 87


Unknown .. ....
Unknown......
Susan B Fitts ..
Fabin Thomas ..
Mrs L E Jones ..
Mrs M A Boruns..
Sarah W Rawlins





Jas Holder .
S D Wright .. ..


4 19
1 27


Joshua Cotmnant 2 68
CL Findk .... 107
Heirs ofJ J.. 0
Moore ........ 208 c
Mrs AL Pharr.. 178
MJ Wood.. .. 1 67
40 DA Bointer .... 148
20 Elbert COwl. .. 1 48


Fia Co0 ic .. 647
200 Unknown ... S.. i


-i,


Ch Vt1JE S1JN: J1N19E 4,-1903
+eL + ^ :. / ^ ^ Nw% and w* I of s$w%/......... 8 21 ..240. War.e.&..iu
Hoodt's Sarsaparilla iof'ne% an 51 of uwa a and I
ea..an success aa beyond the ec and ne/ of ...... .. .. 8 A1 480, .Atlatic 'X ,o... 14 8,
of tadytiis-g only. "Nw of ne4... ................ 8" 21 40 Unk.own .. .. ..'. 8'
,* ear ... of its wonderful p.pu Se/4. of se, ... ... ..... .. 8 1 40 o ey A. 1 ,
t. Is eopained by its unapproachable N of ne' .., .................. f8,21 40 ;4
BNwa of:ni14 nd of nwla'4 and
S' w of sw and .s. of sw% 2f 20 t "/ .o : .
.BAed o. hcscripton w.... -... ... ..... LCo
0 W% of nw0 of swi/4 and e1/2 of
cuard people cosladeredinacrable, WY4 of sw of nw and w% of
ei/( of Wa. of. nw...:...... .... 10 8 21 60 ,J W Jod., ,,.. 3:10
Hood' S arsap la Thattpart of. 5 of w u of :
tuite the beat-kcnown vegetable rem- Doane road and w of branch .. .. 8 21 8 Id2 Thompson .. 2 13
ed, by a co nato po /2 of nwof ne. of se 10 21 .
ion and proce as to have creative ofs w ofne%..o ...... ... ........ 11 8 21 40) M Moody ...: 1 4
power peculiar to itself. Ne% of ne% and sBw'4 of ne%.. ... 12 8 21 80 Unknown ....... .4 5CI
It cures of pcrotil eczema, psori. % of wy o sw/ of nwlI .. / 14 8 21 10 EJones .. 1 07
ase, and every kind of humor, as well N/ ofe.14 21 40Chapion o .. .. 4N
as catarth handrheamatism-prove %Ne of nwi .. .............. 4 8 21 40 Warder & Lewis 49
l d' S rilla Commenecin 198 feet n of sw cor-
paria ner of ne of se4, run n 198 feet
the beet blood purifler ever produced. e 660 feet, s 198 feet and w 660
Its ures dy'spepsia, loss of appe- feet ... ... ...... ... 14 .8 21 3 LM Bartleson... 1 87
tte anid that p hired feeling make it the 200 feet n and s by 100 feet e and
+as4 0"r kinof h..r- %ve in sw corner of se'. of sw1/4 14 8 21 A Peter Bailey .. 1 7
5LUUson A Lof....fl4 8 0L'"iZ5W


5~~:~~~:


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,I, "'.LE


^lihereby given that the following described landiS ',ittted lying and
county of Alchua, State of lFlorida, will be sold it 'ppulhI a.etion
Je court house dqor on Monday the .th day of July> A. D., 1903,
i Fla., in county of AlAchus, or so mueh t3 .";e a will b ne,-
y the amount due for taxes and o"sta liereirt set opposite to the
or with costa of sale ai advertisin;


RIPTION


10 e of river. ..... 138
S. .... . .. ......... 12

*nud sw% of set/ .. .. 27
iand set of nel/ and

.. .. .. ....... ... 236

.ad ne/4 of nw/, ...... 3
ind ww/' of ney........ 2
and e l of ne%.. .... 3


/. .................. .
S.... .. ........ .. 110
.. ............... 12
.. .. 4lk... .. .............12
Uh...... .. . ... 13
w nw/ and nw3 k of swl.. 13
of nw' less 2 aores... 14
Sofesw .. ..... ......... I26

. ..... .. ...... ... ....... 10
!ofse ........ ........ S
of sw nd4 blots 1, 2: an. 4. ... 20
S t less 2 a2cre ... .... ... 23
tof ne4 and s%/ of nw / aind
L4 of 0VI w..... ... 24
8w .... ...... .... ......... s.
S1o less that covered by the town
of Bell a.ld less 16% acres sold
and less right of way .. ... .. 25
Lots '1, 2 and 3 block I and lots
1 and 2 block 2, lots 1 and 2
block 7 and lots 1 and 3 block 8.
and lot 3 block 0, lot 1 block 10
l' ot 3 block 12, lot 1 block 13, lot
3 block 14, lots 1 and 3 block 16
town of GBell ... .. . 25
Lot 4 block 1 town or Bell........ 25
Lots 3 and 4 block 2 town of Bell 25
-Lot: 2, 3 and 4, block 3 and lots
t1, 2 and 3, block 5 town of Bell 25
All block 4 less lot 3.. .... 25
Lot 4 block 5 town of Bell . 25
; 'All blk 6, less lot 1 town of Bell 25
SLots 3 and 4 block 7 town of Bell 25
Lots 2 and 4 block 9 town of Bell 25
Lot 1 block II lot. 4 block 14 .. ... 25
Lot 4 block 10 town 6f Bll ...... 25
Block 11 less lots 1, 2 and 3 town
of Bell. . .. .... . ..... 25
LotS 2 and 4 block 12 town of Bell .25
Lots 2,3 and 4 block 13 town of Bell 25
Lot 2 block 14 town of Bell .. .... 25
Lot 3 block 11 and lot. 1 block 15
townI of Bell.. 25
Lots 2 and 4 block 15 town of Bell 25
Lots 2 and 4 block 16 town of Dell 25
iWy' of nw,4 and w'/4 of se%1 and
eo/,j of sw 4 and lot 1.... 29
E of nero and lots 1, 4 and 5 30
Lot 3.. ...... . ...... 32
W/ of ne' and el/, of nwd and
ot .. .. ...... .. .
NI/ of eill4 ... .... 3
~ S of sW14. ........... 30
S5e4 of. lel!4 and ne/4 ofse4.. 2
LNw ....... ..........
Lot .. ............. 7
W W/A of sw ... . .,, 10 ..... y 8
of nwL ..... .... 13
'Commencing at nw cornetn of swly- 15
iruni 80 rd, e 140 yards to ew
corner of lot, n 210 yards, a 523
-YM, 210 yards and w 521/1
:01 yards. ...... ..... "" .... 15
SCommieneing at sw corner of Mid-
way Mill Co., lot runn 101 yards
W 74 yards a 101 yards e 74 yards 15
Commencing at so corner of Mid-
- way Mills Co. lot run e 140 yards,
s 17 yards, w 140 yards, n 17
from nw corner of Miidwfay. MilI

yards, as3byirdandtn35 y rds 15

'e 140 yards, then e 70 yards, aS

yard. . ....... ... .......... 15
Commenciag. 35 yards n of noe corner
o, f Midway Mill Co's lot run n
S5 yards, w. 35 yards, n 70 yard
6 140 yards, a 106 yards and w
S 105 yrds'. .... '...... -15

2- feti, :e 52% fet, p 22 fqqt, w

S yill Co.'s. lot tnu 'w 8 yards
5 yards, e 5 ya .rds nd a 3.
yards.. .. ... ... ...


Also oommat s a-t e ear of
sMidway Mill O1... lot nma e 1401
vards, n 51t, yards, w 140o prd
And Is at y"ard t lo .... 1
.. t 8 and 7... .... .... ....
Na of ne' ad of a lt o


..o ,of n sd. of e % :

S.l..3t 4t d.r^ ^,f.ue .. :.. +
t'0 -' ' j *Wad IJL'if l uf'^m B *.;'**
so%.&j ~***.W%"'^taS


OWNER


.326
40'
40
40
120
120
40
40
40
120
180
40
120
80
80

80
40
160
80
80
120
38
40.
210
40
41
80
215
158

200
160


T 1) Meadow. ...$
Unknown,.
, J Sykes.. .....
S J Sykes .....
J C B Thomas..


7 03
1 83
1 32
1 322
3 22


Utlkiown ., .6'.6 18
WV T Nelson .... 1 83
WV T Shilnholder. 2 18
B W Kelley.... 2 70
J C B Thomas.. 3 91
Jno W Turner.. 4 43
J FMay .. .... 1 32
J F May.. 3 91
J P Williams &
Coo.. .... 3 00
J -P Williams &
Co. ... ..... 2 83
11 J Brock.. .. 2 18
Milton Hodge .. 1 49
xT A Hodder.; ,. 530.
Jno Miller .. .. 3 05
W J Cannon.... 3 05
W E Hodge.. .. 3 91
Milton Hodge .. 1 49
W I ftodge.. .. 1 49
H O Cook.. ..... 30
T J Grant..... 1 49
HO Cook.. 1. 49
P Q Brown, Tri t 2 18
H O nook.. .... 5 6
C A Blankenship 5 91

H E. Henry .. 5 96
F B Jones. .... 0 52


14 115 C A Gassett....


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8 14
8 14

8 4
8 14
8 14
8 14
8 14
8 14
8 14
8 14

8 14
8 14
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8 14

8 14
8 14
8 14

8 14
8 14
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8 14
8 14
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9 14
9 14
9 14
9 14
9 14
9 14
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14


300
200
60

200
80
80
80
100
80
43
80
40


0 A Gassett...
Unknown .
Unknown .....

Unknown .....
Unknown .... .
R D Lee.... ..
Unknown .... .
Unknown......
Unknown .....
G ;1), Bethea ....
Unknown .....

Unknown.... :.
Unknown .
Unknown ..
Unknown. ......

Those .Rogers . .
Unknown- ....
Unknown-, .....

II 0 Cook .. .
Unknown .....
F Q Brown, Tr'st
HI C Cook......
*T A Parrish..
J F Jones ...
HIP Roberts ...
F E Williams..
J 'E Merriorty..
11 C Cook.....
H O Cook.. ..
- 8 Slaughter..


SE K Roberts...

J M Roberts....


14 N Barryr ..


0 08





5 18
80
1 02

1 32
1 14
62
1 14
80
1 02
3 05
641

1 14
80
I o0
80

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8(o

7 68
4 56
1 14

5 95
4 35
3 05
3 22
,Li 65
2 53
1 49
2 53
1 32



2 00

1 22


5 71


0 14 J I Flrdoth... 2 112



9 14 iE Barron,. .. 2 22


R 0 &twou
1223.10 (~ook


S444.


Ne,. 4 .... .. ... .... .. .......
'w% of ei4,. .. .. .4..
8e% of un.o i en. of < ....
Sof% of awy 'and n of %....
$we of W4. .....,.... .. .....
,e ,of sw% .... .... ....
% of .. . . .
1 .4 of ...... ... ..... ... ...
N% ,.. . .. .. .. ......
Sw of sw .... .... .........

N of Swyti and s'0y, w1.of ......
oft nW% ... .... .....
Sy of sWI,..... ...... ..........
Ny of ww4 and n*/ of .y', of
ewy/ and w/ .of se.., .......
All ..... .................
F' of e%, ..... ...... .........
Sot,'4 of sw%... ....... ..... ...
WV of nw ... ... .... .. .. ..

N% of sw%i,. .. ... .. ...
Sw of nw'% less 2 acres in sw'
cruer and neo/ of swy, ......
Ne% of nw%........ .. ....
E''1/ tof nel and swl of eli atn
nwi/i of nwV4 and fe, of nwlV/
a ne/- of sc .......... ...
All T<[s n t/ of .w 1,4.... .......
All less soe' of seV. ..... ....


Noei of neli and 80/4 of s4....
l of n.e/ ..... ...............
E'/a 111d se'/i of SW ,.... ... ....
All ........ ..................
All ...........................
A ll,. ... .... ...... ... ........
All..........................
A ll .. ... ... .. ....... .
NeL/4 and aei/t otf sw% /4 id neo/4 (if
se,% and safy of se'./ ......
Sy% of wY4 ... ... . ....
Nw) of s .e% *...............
E% of neV4.. .......... .
91% of ne4 and sw%4 of n%/ and1
el/ of nw*% and n, of ost/ a nd
se/ of e, . .........
All less sei/4 of ne%4............

Se% of new YandI w/ of nw% amntd

All ... ......... .. ..... ..
No84 and e of so .4..........
Sw% ofof s'/.................

E% of nQl and eya of ey of sw%/
and swl4 of noe .............
Sw% of sO .. .. .. ...........
E/a, ntA of nw,4 and so80 of inwV
A ll ..... .... .. . ...
Neo/4 and n113 of nw% and sw"A of
nw and nwy4 of sw% and e!g
of seA .. .. ... .. ... ....
Se4 of w .. .... .. .. ...
WIVV/ of iuwl/4 and nw% of sw'/t..
Ne/4 of no,% and neo of nwt/%...
Fract S/% n of road. ........
Lots 1, 2 7 and 8, block 20 Bari',tit
All block 35 Bartram. .... .. ...
Lots 4 and 11 block 47 Bartram..
Lots 1, 2, 3, 12, 13 in 1 14 block 65
All block 66 Btartrain...... ... .
Lot 4 Bartram ....... ........
Nwt/1 of sw'/ 11 and aw '/ of nw'v/,
(and. Sw/1 o tiluy/4) ......... ..
'/2 of nw'/4 and n./% of sw/4..
E of . . . . . . . .
Eyl! of ney less 10 acree.. .
, oe 1/1- of i ne/4 ....... ......
Swe'/ of tn '/n anid n of sw% atnd
Sw/i of nlV/i an1d s'/2 of sw% l.
I o.f/.,
e of nw/4 and n of saw%.. .
Wi/V of sw/4 ............. .
8S401 of ri<,e and ltnol/i of set/ ...
S'/ t of s ,/t ... ... ... ... . ..
EY,/ of i.vol/ and ne. of inw1114 allid
. lw 'i/ orf sct .l .... ............ .
8%1/ of sw'/4 and el/g of ilna% of 'si/
S . . . . . . . . . ...
W'4 of nwA........ ....... .
E of 1'ie4............. ....
N%' nof nw,, nml w/, of iy,,. ..
EI/ of sw% and w% of sao4......
Nw-4 of' nw,4.......... .......
E/! of e /..... ...... ........ . ...
W .V of nw/ ...... ..... ......
Ny% of nw, . . . . .. ,
Sw4/ of iney and n wA of ie/4 and
w% of sw% of se%/ ...........

E% of swy., .. .... ..... . .....
Ne/ .. ... .. . ... . ... ...


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30 7 10
:31 7 10
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32 7 1 (
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33 7 1(1
1 8 141
2 1* l(4

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4 8 10
4 $ 104
5 8 1t
5 8 1( (
8 8 16a
10 8 10)
10 8 10
13 8 10

13 8 ]u
14 8 141
18 8 14
20 8 -14


W//, of sw* and ./,a of nwl4...... 25 8 10f
WI/a of w%, . .. .. ,.. .... 2 8 14I
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l f ne/. . . .n. .. .o. ; .. 29 8 10
sw 4 of ne ..t. .. .. ... ... . 20 8 161
Wt/ of nw'4 *and na/4 of nw4.. 1 9 10
E% of nett%........... ........3 9 14
Nw, eof wri/,.. .... .... .... 4 -i 10
'E% t/of nw% and sw% .... .. ..... 7 9 1
Nwl4 ,.. .. .. ............ ... ... .. Iti 1
N% of se% les 1 ace.; ... .... 7 ) 18
81/ of neot4. .. .. .., 12 0 10)
Si% of wya, and n% -of de% aind.
ne'i of e4 ........ ........ lf. 9 1)
%/ of sw/l, .. ., ... .. . 17 0 .1
Ne% 4 ne% .. ...... . .... -18 9 10
W awl w'/ of s0 sand s of
A .. ... ... .. ... .. .... IS 0 le

w ... ... ... ........ . ...... 20 9 1
sWi,% off. e ap.... .. .. .... 2l ) 14
8WN% of uw%, -. .. .... 1. 9 10
WAll/, lof nw% of n4 .. of.. .,sw 1


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l i 4,, of a% i-. W.
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1 38
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5 Oii
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2 70


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115 80
al 40

15 40
16 -480

15 160

15 80

15 6O20

15 040
15 40O
15 80

15 78
15 40


i 1) ..eIadow.V... 5 S


T D) Mleadow 5 . 54 15
J II l'aircloth .. I 83
T o) Meadow . 2 18
Jno Mchowian .. 3 01
T i) Meaudow .. 2 18


T D Meadow ..
Unknown ... ..
J M Grahaiu u....
T J Love.. ;. ,.

'TD Mem dow. ..


7 08


T 1) MNendow ..,, -4 36


T 1) Meadow ,23 17
T I) Meadow 5 06
IH 8 Rut ledig... 1 83

1 I Smith ..... 4 73
1J Colson.. .. 1 32


400 T 1) Madulow ...
40 J M iGrihalm....
120 J M runthatl....
80 T D Meadow...
X00 1j J Guiluartin .l
A Monistdir..
., F MNortedith. .
D lr J ltohi .. ..
E Morris ......
J B Clark .,

1-20 W N Camiip .
ItIO) Witn lhuty..
80) Wm Buys, . .

10 11 a'i p, . .
2(20 Win Bys...
120 F Adtiuilm . .
1240 VWn hyi.I .y ...
80 ( L WAitaln . .
HO A iradslhi w. . .
8() 1, L WV t (oll.V .,

10) L IPolk ......
10I T' J ilen0hrcks .,
1(0 M Legarti ..
80
80 (oo Davis ..
1(10 A P Stuckey
100 Wnm 4aya.. ,
40 W. I (i Cm'p..
100 Jack Jone .
80 Hi 0 Carter.. .
790 M l MeCoolab ..

100 T L Brown w .
10 J C Kniht....
Po J C i TRluoma
1010 Atlantca lumbor
Company ..
100 W N C",p .
100 W J r SJrdi ....
14T0 23 A WeldR... ...
80 .1 1 40 W H Camp,. ..
120 Unknown. ....
80 Unknowin:, .....
40 Ieirs q P Raul
2O40 T D Mls4oW..,
I 1 J l3owler .....

80 W N Camp .


200

40
440
040


Duttm- B llihoa Co
T D Meadow .
F E WillaUm-.,

T D Mtesow ....


u1 T.. ED Madow
40 L J. Gw ,. ,...
190 T D Miodow. .
S40

040

*80 I) Dfliow ,. ,
.0 JaM Joia ,.-a


32 83
2 18
3 911
3 22
3 03
2 I,
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98
1 32
2 53

0 1)9
3 91

2 I1

5 25
3 ,t1
3 22
2 18
2 a3i
2 18

4 21
3 Pl
4 78
5 (iO

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2 10
5 105
2 a3
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-~--- r*r "-~: -'-l-''-----'i iLL"-- risr*~---~iC-CI


FRUITS AND FLOWERS.

The peach blosotiols before the leaves
Appear.
STho apple, power a nd 'cherry put out
their leaves befCoroblossoutilg.
It takes a y(il" or two for raspborries
to roach their best Oearlutg condition,
1iantut wantiled chpehtally for flower-
Ing should nover bo allowed to produce
smld. To prevent this cut off till the old
flowers as sooui la they wither.
Itepotting p laniils becomesM noeMssary
it, Intervals from two cou ltdoratitoim.
T Ih plant uses utp the nvalhiblo fertility
in the soil aind flls tite pot with roots,
litI r(pot ting plhillta It is well to shable
off whlitatve'r iarth cVan bi e pite)pi'ited
without bi'dakiig andil I-njurln the
roots. Thlen witer Iand shade for t few

The yew tree, Alitnoat destitute of
bri-ntioet io bnrk, grows in( the Cltia*-
wuis to 'a hoighlt of from 50. to 00 foet
and it dlitietetr of a I-Ittli Oeor 2 foet.
It *i counideretld iper'or to mInaogany
and ils ainttlt indeintrultlble xecptl tby.
lire.
--
Veetatble Aelt,.
The antiscorbUtlh proporttes of cer-.
tain vegetables and frults are in siomi
cases of fully equal vilue to their nu-
tritive qualitiesl, nnd thbe amount of
votnasi saltl nind mil4d vegetable salts
thus contributed to the blood is weil
understood by phyilelan., Theo thai
Imirl, stalk Is noted hi this respect for
th.e inllc acid and bltioxalato of pOt-
ahli which It contitlns. The naldity of
the. loimon, orange nid other ipec te of
the genifs eltru tia ciuse4 by the abun-
dince of -eltrie acidd theIr juices;
(hi1t of ( ith cherry, plum, p9a-c4 pear
nimd lipl. fromn the ioillc acid tIn tboeir
plu- I (hi( of 6l-108lHrre lond :tirrtflts
--red, black intid white'4,fita A m ixture
of rilantlh' til (eltit i'dl44i, that of trapes
from a i minlxtur of Pialinic and tarttrit
ttds4: that of tlioe maugo from clttlo
5t100 nii. i very ftgltive i ?torutlt) oll;
tbhit of tlh tairhtti4 *'tomtrot. a- mixttUr
of citri. ie e. and tartarte attds,


WnItur (1lmpf(IIIhWm. oftelk prvo ttiht t
they hivo tno oU4;(*it'Ut* Tt followli W ; ;
loatistiw moiws tba th,1 are thuatt ti*4
lcuki1g t1, n 1 OiOf t ft hutilOir, A p11b0i
IMdy, ntotll',ei.ng a hlrc. Inttcrease .id th(bef
SWailter tli. l sigsted to iltw culpai"y
iltit irhti4p0 i.bW nti*it- ineibt be out tf.
order. -.I replty thiy were ltrm
.. t the f r< (,a '. hi l td bo1 t ti .hd .a .
wasi f(01iu- toi regi'str quitfP e ciOn'0-;.
*i.and *istl ilr'ec-1 i.k N would .t ,;*. ) h ;.:
Slvers to lswo lr w- ttfhi :is
don itty wo Ktrtsto e loolotei' doe# fl< ^
4o. 4 !i br e:,h.'1 ... ..^,^

.L i it-5) flis ai"lMl~#'* ; ii 69% ;',;


J. 1,.......
.' : f 7 ftI .? I 7: b! '-! i!<: "; .:
JI -'L ::<<', ;? 7H,. '1, .. /:' ":.


0..E W Tnho mas
Mrs Mt iEverett
W N OMtp, ,..
A oFeagle ,, .,
Bordeu r& Gh'tuit


MraM L Thoimas
N J Lane, ..,.
C W (iase......
C W Chas... ..
4 A Ca.non ....m
SWV Chase ....
F B Jones... .

T ) MAeadow .
T 1) MeadoW...
J 11 IoGay.. ..,
SB Jones. .....
Bradley Kelley .

L T Stringer ...
J I ay, ....


3 :35
1 83


m


MAN'S .MPOTENC. ...



A traveler jives thli tbirlll cti cit
of an earthqulaket:li the far 4aet:
S"Tho ono occasion I saw %a pDante WaI
In Cilcutta In June, 1807. It wasn i
Saturday evoilnlt anlbot 5 o'clock. it
wam lmit ilngly hot, and waits one (it a
liarty or pajmlurn cld men sitting on
the roof' of a lilgih bouso b.vilg tea.
"'Vo were iO the inidst of a merry
chltter w hel the whole buulllin ,gttli
to treiubll. Woe wer e inaitly liushed
anld looking at one aniiothor with bialik
iaees until a feeiliigt of terror took po)-
seasion of us andl somebody sihouted,
'My (loAd, ian rttlqukci'
"We stamnpeded. There wero thliix
flights of stailrt to go down, aind of
course the fattest aind so west m iin was
In front inId bloktedl heo way. Tho
wall.a were-erac'king tian yawning; the
plaster wan.' lolling lit ehlinl 4.
"We werV all ba.ii't'ft)oted, but that
dhhli't latter. lin front of t1io houtlq
was tilho, nititn, the gm'ilt opli spaeo
in Chlttta, W. rmn there. A greot
'prt of the adjoinlig lioo ae (iime down
with a roar. T1h whole front of a news-
papiper ottlee crashetd into'lie st reet. The
topeo) the Clthiidrl 1 spirt eniu off1 and
fell through the roo t Into te chancel.
"1 lorses were stricken wlth miadunneas
ind ol were eareeril furlou1tsly beyond
all control. The iuntlyes were shrtek-
Ing. lEuropea s,. blanclh hvtoeket, tore
from their house, and many of the wo-
meI l lntod.
"Tho thing I will nevey forgt was
what followed. There i sthe crunchne
of ripped walls, und tih wholo earth
was hovling and tremnbliltog very" ich
11k1 a Ahip tii(i haI bmniated Against t
pier oand taken time to recover. The
awful toteintloi wita the feelllhg Of In-
poteaneo.
"The enrtlhquakoe asted only Ove
mlnuhteS, tionigh itt the tlme It seemed
like hours.' Meon could only staui on
the heoavitni, tesai'lek ground absolutely
!heplo n, unable to ipoak, but staring,
Intit each ottier'S white comunteniuno
waiting for thoie,(krth to yawar That
wia tlhe torriblo tlhilgi,9ewd t aof folk
reduced to mute lhoro, lit elpless, just
tan1nding with 'big, wide open, lfrtright-
ed eyeis amud the brain critinjAld Il coni
tonpltlllon of what might hli)pon next
wmomuent."-E ci!i usae.


J


/ *









THE QANESVILLJ SUN: J1 4193
! : :./,>> ': : ,,r::'.!.' :::.,,'rr.vi i' ; :' ": F'' "*" .- ., : ,. :


WW. .1 ..0. 1

I ls anvlfaw'//4. . ... 19
on iw n ....... .. 20

ofw/ a4 w of swe4 andny

0/A...4 s... .. .3
-".d a w, 4 W f a sw 4 of..23
of .es', ui pws of se'/4 a4




''I o 0 1/n and 3w of nwe/ an 29
^fl Elad 0/S4 o* aw o4 and ney/ of


S%' ... f"w .o .... .. .......
ne of e .. .... ... 3



y4 a' ,1 sey.......... 433
Zn0of nw4 an s of nwyk and

ny./i. of nesw ...... ..... ..... '23
of seing at nw corne r of wHok n s

an df ek4 of ie ...... ..... 34


lot run n 210 fee e 210 feet a
210 feetand w 210 %aet.d........o34
SCommencing 100 feet n of se corner
SOf block 48, rune e 150 feet, n 100
S feet, w 160 feet ad a 100 feet, sub-
..,, division of WVhit6/one Est part
s etio.. ........ .. ........ 33

ey4 of nw ... ... ..., . 30a

10 aeres in nw%orner of nw% ...W 1
...Lot 5 block 32 in nw of nw.. ,. 2
Nw~ of swg. ...... ... ... 2
S Comnienoing at nw corner of Henry
'1 "=- .. Edwards lot in se of nw, run
1A 110 feet, e e0 degrees e O100 feet
i 110 feet,n 80 degrees, w 100 feet 2
SLot X block 1 High Springs. ....
SCo~iaing at, w corner of lot 2
.block 5, run n 200 feet e 100 feet
a. 1 200 feet, w 100 feet Faunnont-
Lot.. 2, 3 and 4 block 16 Fair-
mont ,. .. . ... .............
SBi*ock 17 except lots I and 3 Fair-
:i m ont . . . .. .
S Blocks <%, 53, 74 and 75 [ign Sprgs
SLot 2 block 14\Jigh Sp1,gs .....
Lot 8 block 107 High Springs ....
S .Lot i block l 17 High Springs .....


V W% of lot 4 block 107 High Springs
Lot 6f block 48, and lots 4, 5 and
6 block 116 High Springs .. ....
N% lot blockk 127 High Springs
Lot 3 block 131 :High Singa .....
W% of lot. 2 blolk 5 r 1 High
Springs Santa Fe, ... ..
Lot* 1 and 2 block-4 r 2 High
Spring or Santa Fe ... .....
Lot 2 block 5 r .Santa F .....
S -of lots 1 and 2 block 3 r 2
Banta Fe ... ...............
Commencing 00 sw of no corner
S blok 4 r 1. Run aw 20 feet nw
50 feet, no 25 amid se 50 feet Santa
Fe .... ... ... ......... ....
Jots 3 and 4 block 1 Whetstones
add to High Springs .. .....
Lots 1 and 2 block 3 Whetstones
add to High Springs ........
0I. lot 2 block 1 Whotstones add
Sto High Springs..
Lots 1, 2 amd 3, block 10 Whetsttones
add to Hligh Springs .. ... ...
Lot 15 block 6 Wheittones add to
High Springs . .. .. ......
Lot 4 block 42 Whetstones add to
High Springs for 1101 .. .......
Lot I of ey/, of block 10 Pattons
add to High Sphring .. .. ...
Block 6(I Pattons add to Iign Spga
: N of lot 5 and lot 0 block 8 Pat-
tons add to High Springs .....
l4l-; Lot 2 Block 11 Pattons add to Highb
S prugs. ..... ......
Lot block 142 Gibbs aat to IHigh
Sp' ing ... ... ..... ...
lota 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and( (I, block 150
'. lots 2, 3'and 4 block 154
High Springs ... .. .......
l. ota 2 nald 3 block "A" and lota 5
and 0( block '"" alnd lots 1, 2, 3
and 5 block "G'" and lot I block
"11" and.lots 12 and 14 'l.:'k "I"
lot f0 block "N" Futchli and 'llaiy-
tons add to 1 ighi Springs,
Lot. 4 block ")0" Futch and Clay-
ton's add to Iligh 1Springs ....
onimencing at nw cor-nr of ne'l
run os 1320 feot to Moores line e
100 fet 103l Ifrt to t init al poi t
a,,, 97 feet o 10 fee t u 97 111d w 100
.. feet. ... ... . .. ... .......
9 acres in aw corner of se, of m .
and 8 acres in oe corner of sw1/
ofI sc% ,. .. ... .... ......
Commntnc ing at so corner of Tohy
4'4 : Adamis lot. run w 35 feet ne i60
feet 'and 60 foot to begipning...
Commencing at se corner of Toby
Adams lot rin w .35 feet. ne 160
feet' and (10 feeoot to beginning for
1901 . ... ... . ....
S TNw "4 of awVS and sw'4 of nw,...
Sof s ....... ...
Sof . .... . . .
Neg of nw%... ...... .......
Sy, of ,nw%. ... .. .. ....
i e of no%/ ... .... ..... .
X. W oftneW and e of i,- 4...,,
)e Of...a. ,of 'railonld. ... ..
S oe e............ :............
8%1/ of se' of n' ....... .. ,.
Sw4 -of ,wU .... ............
S o nw f.,. .;,. ....
% of of w4 .. ......



nmnetcing at ut ooriir of sXwV'4
4 e I, rtun W208 ~eet n 1.04 feet
S anda 107 feen d 14

S'5 4Jt t307
St~l^^ ii~li^ 7.'nA l-'Of(lot C
K^^^K ^.a^.afi*l


4 10o



io '16
10: le

10 16



10 16
10 16
10 16

10 16
10 16
lo i6

10 16
10 16
10 16
10 16

10 16

11 16
7 17
7 17
7 17


7 17


300
40
400
640
520
120
160

200


J s ailey ... I 32

T D Meadow ... 39 16
Co Gen' Phos Fla 5 65

T D Meadow ... 9 71


160 J D Rogers....
120 T D Meador. ,.
320


240
480
120

480
360
6.0

520

200

LOO
600
4O
40
120


4 78
3 91


T D Meadow .. 13 ii
.T D Meador .... 12 58
Co Gen'l Phos Fla 4 78

' D Meadow .. 21 73

T D Meadow ... 28 77


1 D Meador .

Co GeniJ 'Phos
Co Geril Phos
; (C Pfarce .
CC C PIare? ..
WV F Barry..


... 595

Fla -5 05
Fl 21 13
2. 18
1 32
4.60


1 A B Smith ..... 2 08


R A Lamb
Anderson a nd
Newberry ..
J Underwood ...
Mrs M G Webb,
J W Childs ....


8 17


4 00

1 97
'1 07
5 50
4 55


Jno.. Henry.. .. 2 17
W H Pratt. .... 1273

J E Morgan.. 2 27

Unknow .. ... 3 82


unknown .. ...
J W Childs ...
-- Way...
G E Grambling..
Heirs W C Jack-
son .. . ....
Unknown ...

Mrs Bell Clayton
Unknown .,.
Emma Rayfor ..


4 55
5 56
1 48
2 50

2 80
5 56


S W Vaughn 23 22


M J MeKinny ..
M A Parrish ...

B E Leonard ...


B A Thrasher ..

Unknown .. ...

Unknown ......

J A Ellerby ....

Unknown .' ...

Jno Williams ..

A W McDonald..

J W Patton ....
T II Willard ..


2 O40
2 50o

2 60


1 76


A &V

1 51

1 37

1 78

3 82

95
1 4S


Unknown ..... 1 78

B13 A Thriasher .. 1 10


'E W Clark ..


4 85


11 A 'hrasher .. 2 77


Thomas & Prown

D II Dunn ...



3 8 17 Mrs F Peeves .


3 8 17


17 liciu'y Sales ...


3 8 17 Alex Stevens ..


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Alex Stevens ..
40 A R Jon es ...
(10 T J AM-Kinney ..
80 Alex hBradshaw. .
40 L C Gracy. ...
80 Lewis EMdwards .
40 Unkrowi .. ...
(10 .M .1AIiC'asihn ...
70 tM Phillips . ..
60 Exclr Phos Co .
80 W N Camp .
20 P E VWiiams ..
40 Unknown ......
80 WV N ',nmp.
20 Daisy t'rosby'l
60 Vie(,m'i Fl)rida


V% T J Johnson ..
Mhi Kirby .. ..


4 10

4 12

4 12


4 42
2 8S
5 (
2 fi5
1 27
3 62
1 49

6 59
14 31
7 .,
2 18
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o%( /,e and 9 of SyS..... .
Sof ne and 0e of. awy..,... 8
w% of nhw%4 .. ... ........

Lots 3,4,and 5 of se4 .. .... 12
Lot 8 of'seAy4 .......... .... 1
8% of B* andc.s 1-3 of ne/4 of sey%
and w%, of nwy4 of 'sa. -.... 12
8w% o e/... .. .. .. .. ......22
NW of sw less 1 acre in se corner 22
Wyr of e% and ase of se14...... 26
Sw ., .. ......... ... ....... 28
Ne I of ne./4 ............ ... 30
NeyW of ie4 for 1901 ........... 30
N,% of se/4 ..... ... .. .. 32
Se% of see% and se% of sw% ..... 32
N4 of nw'/4 and sel/ of nw 'and
8 sy o, ne ............ ... .. 2
St/. of ne% of nw%...........,.. 34
Se4 of nw%....... ... ...... 34U
Nwy4 of ne% and ne% of nw/4 .. 4
W of Xw 4 .................. 8
Nw/ of ne% and se% of ne%.... 31
WI/ of nw%. ..... .... .... 8
Nw/4 of ne/ and sel/4 of ne% O .... 31
Nw%4 of he% and se% of net/4 for
1001 . . ... ... . .... 01
SwI of se .... .. ... ... ... 82
Sw% of m-/ .......... .. ......, 35
EI/2 of nel4 and nw'A of neo/4.. .. 35
Nwl l of sw%4 and el/z of nw4.... 35
100 sci-bed in deed book 39 p 596....
Se of sw................. 2
Se of ne4 . .. . . .. 3


S% of seo4 ...... ......... ...
Ne% and Wn/ of nw%. ..........
Wi/a .- nw% .... .......
8w% of ne%1.. ...... .. ........
WS/ of ne/4 and w/, of Sw/4 of
nw/ and w/, of uw/A of swl
n% of nw'... ... ............ .
WI/ ot w1, and wl/ of ne% .. .
Se/% of net4 and eI/a of se4 ......
NeW4. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lots 1 and 2 .... .. .. ...
Nw%, of ne% and ne/4 of mw%4 ..
Lots 1, 2 and 5 ...............
1% of neWl of swi and si of nw%/4
of se ...... ..... .. .. .
Se6 of nel4 .. ...... .... ..
nw/ of nw%/ ....... ..........
2 acres in sw corner of n, of ne%4
of sei/4 ...... ... ............
&Sw 4 of nw% .. ...............
Nw% of 01/4 ..... ... .......
Se% of se% ot nw ....... .....
That part of ei/2 of sw /4 n of r r
WVI/ and sel4 of lot 1 block 2 of ni/,
of lot 5 Alachua........... .
W*/I, ande"y4 of lot 1 block of n%/
of lot 5 Alachua for 1901.. ....
Lot 3 of neW4 of ne% ..... .....
NeW of lot 5 and es/ of sV of lot 5
Block 2 .Taylors survey of n%- lot 4
Commencing 40 chains sw of nw cor-
nor of Garvin grant and run se
100 chains iw' 60 chains, mw 100
chains and ne 60 chains......
N /. of net, .. .. ... ... .... ....
NI/I of lots I and 2 ...........
Sw% of ne/ and nwe4 of setl and
nI/ of swl/4 of ne/ .. ... ....
Si/2"of tw1A..................
Ne81/ of sw nd. n/ of se . .
Net/4 of sw'/t. or n/, of lot 3. .....
/. of se .. . .. ... .... . .
S 1-5 of seC/ of sw 4 .. ... ... ...
Lot 3 less 25 acres to Youngblood
S of nw',4 less 10 acres in se cor-
ner ....... ... .. ... ... ..
E t/ of n 11/ . . . . . . .
Nw%/4 of ne. . .............
E1/ of nwv', and ie /4 of sw 1/ ....
Lot 12 of the Haile estate ......
E 70 aores of nwI/ ..... ....
Se/ of se' ..... ...... ....
S/ of nwV'4 of sw .... ....
wA/4 of ne . . . . . .....
Commencing 210 feet e of aw cor-
ner of n /. of nwl%/ run e 420 feet
n 840 feet, w 420 feet and s 840
feet . . . . . . .
Ne,/ of n'.i.. ... ... ......
S% of w' . . . . . . .
IW / of se/ of pc,4 and w'/2 of
nxe% of se4 and e, of nw-4 of
se% . .. . . . . . . . . .
neW of aw,.. . ...... . ......
E/, of nwi., .. . . . . . ....
Cotimnencinig at nw corner of land
sold by Jno Hailo to Jno Green,
run n 15. 82 chairss, w 40 chains
S91/. chains, e 16.32 chain, s
16.32 chains and e 23.00 chains .


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Commencing 10.18 chains w of se
corner .................... .. 35 8 18
run w 1411 feet, n 1620 feet e
1411 feet. s 1620 feet.. . .. 35 9 18s
Also coi)miikleig at se corl'.. 35, 9 18
Srun w 55 Ira chain n 241/ chains
3 55,15 chains and s 241/.chains 35 9 18
Sw/ of seo. . .. . ... 36 9 18
E1% of nw" of swl4,.. ....... 1 10 18
W%/ of nuw\, of swi/ and n'/ of
sw% of sa\v4. ............. r 10 18
Nc'4 of se,4- .. ... .. ..- ..... 2 10 18
S ,. of se of se1- ..- ... ... ... 2 10 18
N% of swl, and Swi4 of swy ,.... 2 18
Lot I sdultivision Trapp Est .'. 4 10 18
8%1 of swl' of swy4 a4 ne4u off
$sw'"i of sw4 .. .. .,- 8 10 18
Il t 3 and nei" of nw'/4. '. 101--t-8
S of se% '. .. .. ", ..,.'. 10 18
iLts 9 and 10 .. .. .. ?. .2.... '22 10 18
N 3-4 of ne',, of neW .... ... .A. 10 18
S/ of nwv of nwy of nw: an .'
r.0n' of n\vV, of vy .. 10 18
NW1 of se, ...... .. ... .. .i ;0 fS.
S' of se% of se% and net of o '

Lot 7 ,-- -. .6. ,**

Isw4 of M "i4 ..;.: I 8
(lts 612, 6.3 an .. .... "-.. .iI'."'
Lots Q5 atid (H l1rer 1 '' .
S8.% of aw- .of swW hi se%4 of sel.. H.I 11" :'f'W
S 4 of e.4..- ...- ... ... -.. I-1 i i
Wy, of ne < of seW . .... 16 i* .:. .
of% f 4 of .,,. 1<.."f. 11 '.18
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Heirs Sara Peck.
R Thomas .
J M Canty ....


77


10. Vjiet"'ris I la.
,, iwbate" Co.


80 ..


40 VU* known .. ..
79 Heirs Joel HSit..
120 Harry MeLeod
100 Mrs a L Ctis ..
40 L A Brown ....
40 t A IBrown ...
80 A Wilson.....
80 T D Meador ....

200 Heirs Joel Holt
20 F E Wiliais ..
40 Unknown .. ..
80 Co Geol Phos Fla
80 C L Brooks ..
80 Fla Comn Co.....
80 C L Brooks.....
8(L Via Corn Co.....
80 Fla Com Co ..
40 Unknown .. ..
40 S R Clark .....
120 J F Cook......
120 Unknown .....

100 J R Lites ....
40 T W, lark ......
40 S 0 and M A
Richatd .. ....
80 Unknown ..
240 T W Clark,. ...
80 VH Ells.. ....
40 Jack Elliott ....


200 J A Williams ..
20 D Y Danzy....
420 Atlantic L Co .,
160 W I Polk ....
Unknown .. ...
80 Wm Cato ....
150 EG Spencer .. .

40 J H Cathcart ..
40 Unknown .....
40 T J Rivers .. .

2 B Blake .. ....
40 W T McLenden..
40 J L Clouu .....
10 Cain King ....
45 J L Cloud ....

M F Simmons ..

M F Simmons ..
5 W T McLendon.
30 Atlantic L Co ..
Mary Long ....


L C Gracy .. .. 4 20
Thlios Bethea, Jr. 3 05
Mrs G A Shirley 4 54
J E .ugate.. .. 2 90
J H Stanley ... 2 53
D L Thomas ... 80
D L Thomas ... 1 32

J E Fugate .. 3 18
J E Fuigate ... 3 05
Unknown.. 7 18
T H Bethen .. 3 91
Unknown. ... 1 83
Heirs P Rawls 3 56
Heirs Q P Rawls 1 83
J G Watson ... 1 32
Unknown ...... 1 83


A Burden ......
'\m Wiley....
N Williams . .

J W Meekins ..
Daisy Crosby...
Gibbs Cameron..


8 18 58% Mrs A L String-
fellow .. ....


3 65
1 48
4 78


3 33


-53

135 0C Haile ... 8 20
40 Rllsworth T do.. 1 66
20 M' Welch .. .... 2 18

40 o P Phillips .. 2 48
40 HItrry Du Bose. 3 05
20 Unknown. .. .. 1 72
120 Unknown ... .. 6 40
62-3 T Trapp Jr.. 80

30 G W arter ." .. 1 78
--80-41ehd1A-ughes 2 53
80 Unknown -. 7- -391 -
80 B Borifig .. 4 T78
30 Unknown .. '32

30 N Wood 2 48
40 HI"Spann.. .. 3 91

30 Rich ann 960
40 i right .. 3 06



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"You didn't write on the bottle
whether it was to be taken eternally
or Internally, and she's afraid of mak-
ing a mistake."-Detrolt Free Press
SloilowTlma P eserliptle.. '
i rty-How did Muzrphy break
arm? '
Denny--Followlag the doctor'a pre-
scription. H
-- ILair^Pbwat?,
Denay ^TIsrtI-ew~ o--a-- *t...a.
dow. aind Murphy wint after it--Phlla-
delphia Record.
..tiled to Res'ect ,,. "
"Who'2d ole guy w'at } bst eat
by 1" aske4 the t legn*ph messenger.
De ole? .ny wh d d dlbky' wblskers?"
replied the office boy. "Aw,. be'.doe
owner of do paper." '
"An' who's dl guy wid ',im?
"'Sh! L'on't it gay! ain't n6
guy; data's de sportin' edltori!" atho-
lie Standard.'. " ;. .. ... "


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2
3 52


aer p nt rof the


o.ncter Ournsh ezrstt1mn o tfeu.
perntia nat of wi: e sys-
tent 6of the postot.ce prtet, ho
twas Cirst e4 rte ckae Ofrselv.
a percentage of the profit of a
concern turnishiug supples, to the
postoffice departlpfent, ill be Ore-
sented tq the grand Jury neIt Wed-
nHeday,, Wit*esses have be3in sub-
poenaed from thws city, Westminster,
d,, Machen' sinabmer residence, and
Toledo, 0., his former home.
W.Vostoffice Inspector Malter, of Chi.
esgqi, who worked, up, mokt of the evi.
dence against Machen, wfll be one of
the chief witnesses for the# govern-
meat. The names of tKe witnesses
by direction of the court, are under
Beal.
Postmaster, General Payne today
called attention to the published
charge that the amounts paid by th1
government for rental* of postoffices
in Newi York state exceeded what they
should ,be by over $500,000.
"TPhe fact Is," he said', "that the to-
tal amount of rentals for postoffices
In the state last year aggregated only
$4B6;881. This includes rentals, light
and heating."

STRIKE IN TEXTILE MILLS.


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Inaugurated in Philadelphia and In*
vol vee 0,000 Operatives.
Philladelphia, June 2.--A generate
strike of textile manufacturers wait
Inaugurated in this city today involve.
lag about 90,000 operatives. Of the
600 firms engaged in the textile in.
dtistry here 47 have granted the de-
mands of the uaion and their plants,
employing about 15,000, are 'in opera.
ti0n. AH of the 63 ingrain caroibt
mills are idle, a.'fting directly 3,000
weavers and 10,000 hands In different
departments. The dyers who are raid
to control the situation, are on strike"
with the exception of those of the
Berrshlire mill in the northeastern
section of 'the city, which has con-
ceded the 55-hour week and lncreasei
the wages of the men frovl $12 to $13
a 'week.
The ingrate carpet weavers aso ask-
lag besides the 55-hour week, ai 10 pel
cent increase in wages.
The mill of John and JamesDobBoa
employing 2,000 operatives, was closed
Indefinitely today. The workmen were
notified that they could return to work
at the present rate of wages, otherwise
the mill would remain closed.
Wealthy woman Takes PoiS01o.
Pri-hceton, N. J.. June 2.-.Mrs. Em-
lly Gamibril, aged, 37, wife of Juel Gam-
bril, of this city, died today from tak-
ing poison last night. Her husband
recently left her. Both families are
wealthy. She was the daughter of
the late Daniel. Kendle.

An Anecdote of iunmars.
Speaking of Alexandre Dumas, a
writer says that his chief characteris-
tic was his utter disregard of money.
He made millions, but never had a
franc at his command. "For example,"
said he, "upon one occasion Dumlas htd
invited company to dinner, and, find-
ing that be did not stand possessed of
a single cent, drove to a friend's and
asked him to lend him 2 louls. This his
friend readily did, and as Dumas was
taking his leave suggested, as hl. had
Just been getting some very fine ilec-
kles, tie would be glad to give hbm a jar
to add to his dinner. The'servant wag \
sent for the pickles, and When he put
the Jar In the carriage. Dumas, having
no other change about him, dropped
the 2 louis in the man's hand."

Caution.
"Well. bub, what ts Its t asked the
dru. gist of the' small boy with a bottle
in his hnnd.
"Please, sir, but here's the medicine
I got for me mother an hour ago.'
"Yes, and what's the matter with
it .


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STHE GAINESVII SIUN: JUNE 4. 1908


vv of lnw 0of ne/ and ny. of run it 6 oin w IS cwhins, s 6 TRAI
Sof nw of ne and ni ehain at e 18 hain.. 8 10 19O 0 Xely Thomas T I 7
.f 1ie of awy of se%.... .. 17 11 18 321/ Mrs A J B&uk- 2 acres in se eor of lot 4 .... 1 10 19 2 0 Slmuons s.... 1 32 oast Is
knight .. .... 10 14 Comniteing wheiie n line ot Gary vtoo Mat
i te 2, 3, 4 and 5 block 6 Archer A J and C W .grant interf$te Ulin dividing.... 13 "Suppose,"
Bauknight .. 07 14 10 "9 *that I nai ab
' ot I block 14 Archer .......... J WWiamua .. 98 U rn so along it slide bf grant 606 orn cci-tn.n
Se of neY4 of Uw4 .. ... ........ 18 11 18 10 David Blake .... 1 07 feeti n 7 t8 f 'et to raihti d tid Into his tigen
,ae of sej... ............... 20 11 18 40 W 8 Clark .. 3 53 na along railroad to wwee rail- I w
, Y%/ of ne/4 and nw% of ne/ .... 21 11 18 120 Fitch & Loomis. 4 41 road d 'lttrp ile ddyiling .. .... 13 don't do th
oSeo of sel/ in grant.. .. .. .... 22 11 18 4U Heirs W 0 Jack- < 14 10 19 b hil nilllytlhlg
. . son ........ o59 Then 'alog section line 023 feet im n ti
Conmencing at se cor of ne4 .... 28 11 18 to beginning ., ...... ..... 10 19 9% 11 Dutton & Co 3 f8 me. I htuin
run n 694 %'feet w 027 feet s 6 acre4 as describwdl in deed book, day, Knlli t
694% feet and o 627 feet .. .... 22 7.1 18 10 Gilbert Davis .. 2 2T 48 page 2 ........... .... 13 10 19 6 W K Bartleson. 7 ight, t w
N 4, of ne4 .. ... ... ... ... ... 28 11 18 80 J T Fleming .... 404 45 acres as deewlrbeu i11 deel book l ard early ia
E of sey .. ... ... ......... 8 11 18 80 Bauknight& Pe.- 37 page 410..... ...............15 10 1 45 Grierson .. .. 2 53 i hs
Slot ... .. .2 80 N*a of se/8 1of e. ..... 19 19 10 19 90 Mrs R Putnuam wo-4hl pt 11
:,lot. _2 80 of ...."o A wolild vrit Ild


Nw% of sel/4 and na of swy and
sey of niwi ......... .... ... 28
B, Va of ne1/4 .20.. ... ... .. .... 2 12
i> !: All-........................ 31
Sey% of sel4 ... ... ... ...... 32
8 acres in sw corner of g%4 of sw1/k 34
Lots I and 6 also commencing so
corner ............. ....... 34 1
run n 40 chains,, w 294/ chains s *
40 chains and e 291/3 chains .. 34 ]
Sw% and nwy4 of se/ .... .... 35
SwY4 and sy/ of nwv% and nwl/ of
nwyi a of river.. .... .... .... 33
Sw% of nw4 and ev/ of sw4 s of
river .................. 3
Nwi/4 of nel/ and e0/ of nel/4 w of
river.... ... ....... ........ 4
N% of ney/ ... ... ... ... .... 5
Neo of swl4 ................ .
Se/4 of se% ... ... .. ... ....
Ne% ......................7
E/, of swy4 and nwly of swl/4.... 8
EVl of nwi and nel4 of sw,/4 and
sI, of se% w of river .. ...... 10
Swi of se,4 ...... 13
8/a of sw%/. .. ... ....... .... 13
W1%/ of se/ and nwi% and nei/ of
'se4 a of river.. ... .... ..... 14
Se64 of sel/4 ....1.... 15
8wy4 of ne 3( and nel/I of nwI/4
and w'/, of nw and nwiA of
swl% and sei/ of sw/4 and w11
of se'4 and sw*% of sw/4 ........ 19
S1 of nw/4 of nw/4 .. ... ...... 20
Se of sw/4 .............. . 21
SwI/4 of nw%4 and nw/4 of sw1,.. 23
Nw\/4 of nlemi anid ne ./ of nwI/4 23
wt/g of sc,4 and e/ of swl/I ..... 25
8e0 of sel/4 . ...... .. ..... 24
Wy/ of Xw% v also ,commencing at
ne corner of wv/ of sw,1t run e
822 feet, sa 2166 4-5 feet w 822
and n 2166 4-5 feet to beginning.. 27
Lot bounded w by Mary Way, n by
J V Way and s by street ...... 27
Commence at sw corner of swi/' of
nw . ... ... . ..... 27
run w 130 yards to initial point
S and n 70 yards w 70 yards a 70
yards and e 70 yards ........ 27
Commence 52 yards a of no corner
of sel4 of sw'14 and run s 219
yards, w 106 yards n 219 yards e
a160 yards less 1 acre on n side..
11 acres in swi/4 of sw ........ 27
-Y Ne,/4 of nwt/ .. ... ... ... .... 28
Nwv/4 of nei/t and sel/4 of nw%/
and seB/4 .................290
81/2 of nwy4 and sw% of neo and
)w/2 of s01/4 and ne1/4 of swv/4.... 30
Swi/4 of ne4 and n of sc%...... 31
"El/2 of nw14 ... ... ......... 32
Nti/ of tne4 less "nI of nwV4 of
ney and sy/4 of nw ..... 3.3-
N'/,, of nwV.' of ne104 .... ...... 33
Lot 6 and wiy, of block B La Crosse 34A
Lots 3 and 4 La Crosse.... ...... 34
All of lot n less that deeded to
Joel Milphurs and lot 19 less 50
feet wide onil side to C'ooksey
La Crosseld ................
Commencing where a line of Broad
street crosses road fr n c New-
nansville to La Crosse run along a
side of road, 110 yards, a 127
yards, to avenue then along n side
of avenue 88 yards and n 60
yards to beginning ...... .3t
ES of ne"Ci and sw/t of ne and
e1/ of 1nw1 ... .. ... .....
Wi/, of net, of nw/4 ... ... ....
81/a of lot 4.. ... ... ... ....... a)
W% of nw% .4 . . . .. . .I
..... i/4 of sw%'/ .. . .. . 7
K-e-t of sey' and se% of se'/ of
.nel/ and sa/, of swi4 of ne% .. 8
nwV,' and ny, of ne' and nV', of
sw/4 ....................
Swt; of ney4 of swi% 10.... 1
re/ ... . .... ... 1 3
Nw'A of nw /...... ........15
2 arrest in na< ,,nIer of nwl, of
nw ....... ............. 1
Swi, of nwi/' and wy, of se,4 of
inwt, and ne,- of nwt4 of sec.. 17
Nw'./ of nwU'A ..... ...... .....17
Lots 25 and 26 subdivision of L L
Dill, Est .,. .................
Comaitening at sw corner .. ...... 27
run e 71/ chains, n 8 chains, 2%
chains, n 2 chains, e B chains, a 10
:hains, w 7 chain .. .. .. ... 27
NyA of lot I of nw4 If nw'4 .... 28
Lot 2 of nw', of nw', .. ...... 28
Lota 2 and 4 block 13 a of r r. ... 28
E/, of block 17 Hague.. ... ....
Blocks 25 and 30 -tague.. ........
Commencing at intersection of n
S line of Sec 29 with n line of Fer-
n|nder grant, run a 89 degrees, w
VF 436 feet, s 51/ degrees,. w 995 feet
a 61% degrees, w 758' fteet, a 5',/,
degrees, w .230 fSet, s 07 degrees
e 5050 feet to sw corner of 11-
gues land and n 212 feet anad n
no degrees, w 3528 feet to begin-
ning . . .............. .. .... 8-1
.\ll fratioriAl in -grant .. .....
.All. ..... .... . .... . . ; . . ..... 7
,.mmenaeinrg at trner -, .. .... 1


Sri'm n i40 chains. .0 S 5.hins,
1o rhains and e 2 ehWain,. *A I
,o7swing 'at 0e1S .. w.
r n .4i!4 yards ,s O yaro ,.
-, ' vA rds and e,.a0 yV rd ... ,
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Commencing 15.% hains a ot nw lion iOts t.
11 18 100 Heirs T F King, 4 4 corner.......... .......... 20 10 19 tovial :1e.
11 18 80 W L Olark.. 7 01 run e 12.70 chais, 11 2.37 calins ti
1 18 I 640 E D Rece...... 7 T8 w .1.0 caits and .37 chains 0 10 19 3 V Williams ;.... 2 456 tqaiantai:t
11 18 40 C C Kingsley .. 2 18 Comiienteing, at .as corner of R D ing iacnst1i
11 18 5 W N Camp .. .. 80 Stinehre lot and runi on Steven- like IAe. naitl
-on i.t-. '. .r .'.u .. ntt...l. it. t jil 1 t t1


176
208

275

30


Bolder Phos Co..
Bolder IPhos Co .
Atlanti, .L Co ..


30
24'

80


AtlantiU L Co ..* 1 %4


100 Atlanti L Co,.,
80 Atlantic L Co ..
40 J W Kennedy ..
'40 Ann Jackson ...
160 Atlantic L Co..
120, Atlantic L Co...

80 Atlantie L Co...
40 A J Gill ... ..
80 Atlantic L Co ..

110 Atlantic L Co
40 Unknown.....


4A Atlantic L Co ..
10 Mrs 0 A Pope .
40 V M Marlows ..
80 L J Knight ..
80 Atlantic L Co ..
160 A Lefler & Co...
40 1- Landers.....


125 Atlantic L co' ..

J H Pitta... ....


3 00
2 63,
1 83
3 05
3 01
3 22


1 0 Nichols,...... .2


1I
11
40

240

240
120
80

100
20


G W Clyatt ...
Tatual Invst Co.
V H Marloweo...

Atlantic L Co ..

Atlantic LT, Co...
Atlantic L Co ..
Atlantic L Co. .

Atlantic L Co ..
Unknown .... .
tl A Turner ....
J C Barry....


Unknown .


4

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20
40
90
40
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10
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2 17


II (I Mallison .

J C Getzn ...
F Gilbert .. ..
8 -V Burnett ...
SP T) -hotIna ..
H1 B Burnett ...

Mary McCray ..

Tatual Invt Co..
Hiram lHutter .
B Wig n.', .. ..
R A Lancatter .

MIiney Hlarris...

WV F Malphrus .
B B MeCray. ..

j 1 Cloud .....


) Betsy Randal ..
S 5 W T Stanley ..
) 10 GC E Spririt.. ,.
S ITaaten &tlillman
T C Kellum .... ...
A Hague Jr ....


1 88
98
80
1 32
2 18


IS-19 250 J St.ley ..... 1004
19 -20O W P -Vn ns 02
No19 \P Vau Ns... 3 .

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20
20
20
20
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T S lloytt.. .
Al Petenulan ..

Mrs Van Taylor.
H Thomas .. ..

N M 13 McLane
P J O'llern ....
Chast Hood .....
P Lowden .....
P 11 Bilanchtr ..
I ( Smaith .. ..
J 1 H MtDongall .
SH A Powoll ..
Catsale Evnalis ...

Mlack Williams .

0 Amlnos .. ..


1 4i)
1 48


10 10 1 Mrs J Elmore 3 02


sons line tou w oimerti of i 1I
and n stake on rttilroad aind w to
Stinsonia line aindl s to hegintlifg..
8 of sw of sw ..... ... .....
Connmmen ing 1449 feet, w\\ of no cor-
ner run s 850 feot, w ill)%/,a feet
n 850 feet e 61016a feet ........
Ey of nw/4 o se4 ...........
W% of seV of nw1A and nw4A of

W w If. .e .of .. .. .. ...
Wy, of ne' of ose .... .......
ya1 of new/, of e4 .... ......
V, o of W aw of y ... ...
WO/ of nel/4 of .1 . ....
Sw4 ,of swA of W .w .. .....
WyV of nw/4 of n6% .. ........
Wi /a of lot 10 Sevonohl phice ......
Lot 23 less 15 atere on i site, a'wl
0 acres on a lidoe evieal; place..
50 acres asI deserbied In d(ted, boo'
36 page 170 ...............
C'omnencing on w line 1 f 1) L
Clinch grant 0.40 chains in south-
erly direction and an angle of Ia0
degrees nw of iNid grant and ruat
an angle of 00 degrees e 3. 52
chains and 90 degrees nfirtherly to
stake .aId 00 degrees w 3. 5
chains, then at rsinihi' atingle
southerly to begh. inig .. .. ..
Coni m.4t1,ag 0 tbahiaif n A.Id 513 do
greens w of no corner of Nappier
grant and run n 5 a% degrees w 6
chains, s 84 iA ~u, de'ees, w 1)
chains to w line of Biivina Artm,
Then along dwaterst edge of Bivens
Arm and Paynes Prairly in south-
oerly and westerly direction, then
.io'therly to a staltke on water
line anid n 84/4 e 14t4 chins to
beginning. Also) e.ninimefe e 4%/
chains and 6% aegroes w of tie
corner of Natppier grant. Run s
841/4 w 12.80 oianitrs toi wistel
edge and a westrtly 4% c-hains
n 81% degrees, e 4 o, chinde, Is 5%
degeesa, e 4%4 chath toWbeginning
Nappier grant . .. ......
Lots 15, 17, 18 iand t)9 Mackey~atid

Sl of sMl of sw /. ... ......
Nw/1 of nw/i .. ... ... ..........
N%# of lia of 'Y/4 ..
iW% of selt i and ny of svwl,4 nitld
aHe/ of MW0/t of river .......
Lots 8, i,. 10, 11 and 12 K olf riv0-r
El/, olf P't,'4 d i4ure4 of nwii we.-t
of river................
Nwi/4 of noe/4 and Aif.% of nim/, i and
ni/, of nwi/i of . . . .
Sw,/4i and S Vw/ of nwtl4 w of river
SeOi of se%/. and wVl of nm, of river
E% of tel/I anda wV'/* of ''/ andl
w f W nd of m (,nd nw% of ,1/4 inad
twV/4 of se4 of river ..........
N1X of ne 4 t of ifyert andl nt,, of
.nlwy w and (w%' f t nw'/ andl e1/4
and '/e% of sw . ...........
N%/b laot 4. 11 1 a n l oW 4f It 7.
81/2 of lot ,41....... ... ... .... ..
8'14 of nt 4. .. . . ... ... ....
Se4 of ne/, -inald nwt/i of nolt/ and
Fe1/ atnd Iw /i t it/ l udi/i of swi,4
oIf ulw / . .. ... . . ....
Sw%/' of ne% ................
NIz antd iewl/t of a6w% and nli/ of
010/4 .. ....... ... .- .. .. ... .
Nw% tsn.. nwt4 of np4 and nw%'/
of w / . . . .. ... ...
Sw14 of nw"%/ and nw/4 of sw% ..
Nw'A4 of nw/' . . . . . . .
Se/4 of nwI/4 and s, of / ne/ less 1
acre and ndn/% of sw4 .........
N/,4 of nw'- ... ..... ....
Nw of %- /....... ........
8/4 of sw1, nd ,l '/, of ne andt
se% Se.4 of set/, ntrid s of ne10 of sae'4
NwI/ of sw% .. ...........
8 1, of hot 8 . . . .. .

Loto IL, 5 and P'I, f lhsto 2 and 121
NW '4- of 'sw . ... ... ..... ..
,wt/;ef ine/t andi al/a of siql/4 and
wy/ .., ........ ...... . ..
Nwi it nwl ... .. .. ... ..-
Nw/4 of rw ..... ...
Ney/ of "u% and 5/ 1 no 4 -.

Nw of ny4 . .. . ... .......
SN,4 .. ..... .. .. ......
1'/, Of lrt 3 IIrt It lt 10 10 .. .
ot.s4, 5, t *ir i /t (if lot 0 ...
Nli of nep4 atd ne of nw ..
8 of 1 t .. -, . .. .
Liot 2 ... .. ...... .. ....


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B% oi lad' aad Iest l ,. .7.6 ....
L5.1 of Jobt. ff(etio1 ,. -

4t 4 .. .,, .. .. .. . .
i-of t s s i ra ly'.ha)l ., ..,". ...0.-
S'0 4 I .- r i. + . : . ... -
l .t 1 i7 10iar lks.. ..1t -..- ...
* its 10r4 4P, ? 4, ,, 57. a,4 Si .
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A G Colclough .. 7 68


A L lBarton ..
C Folomn ......
Unknown ......
1 E l Itterson ..
loo McKhinney ..

Athlantic L Co ..
Athint.le l Co...

Atlantic L (Co ..

.1 t liinl y .......
Atlantiile L (o ..
Atlantic L (' .


2.10 Atllia ti i 'I o ..


4 CO)

40
40

140
40

440

240
80
40
141)

40

200
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2 82
1 48

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Athi ti' I, Co ..
.1 (' (h Itm .. .
M <.'' ay lur . .
L P'urott . a.,,

Athintle I, Co ..
Atlathiti<- L Co .

Atlantic ,L Co ..

Aamth.e L Co .


P'atr Balley .i
tharlotte, Bhtilby
Atlaithi L Co .


NING A LONf. "-4
i CocAquered by Pernu-..
te P Than by PFo e.
said an aninal expert,
bout to train a lion to per-
tricks. If I went at once
t1ld attempted to drive
problmaly be killed. But I
t. le'fotro .1 try to teach
* I h't tl1, lion get p(ed to
about I,; c t a\A)' dtny after
)o lait .dml keeping In hbl
umtl *k'at' me Inti nt night
itt' tmontiing. I would give
ntil wvlatr. .le'-nslonallly I
4 iA ';aul.:t, itl t r1 tltually the
t hai 'o a1 frititdl.y fotelilg
I t,'r(n i' it were, nit
O' lis. ai tll from It'bcoim-
t'>l to to't thi totit .lrowV to
I Il ati li 1. k the' lion,
u*( XWh uli ke 1111V h pu tw


it)(;, jU yo Is q % o I it t L .4k, %%.Y M I' .
a hors-t.s t or na h it : i,'I Tli I T I go> lhto
the lion!( 's c'v>ev,, I \vI'tm 1wi t )g obtru.usivo
or bh'ltrtuslt 'l ito lfl, a.. i,, it l4 hlbint g ot lietl Ii)o oha-n, >'" oitsiAia,
sen'1 tly tkaI 1 t, I t(I A t ',iti. < IrIn, O wIiiit I
anu in hiA private thiunilin. I rniluailly
approt) h htiel lI til drive l tii ntinautt the
cage, ernt' tigtl iy wvlhipi tit 'h t lnt, will
know thatt I uliol uls itt 'i'T ion
probably i greater poworu Ilt t \ t> I. t-a nthwo
really is. Ir I hit hliu with U,. I l it ti n
hurt him i, '')rt'e its i kin l \t 1 i'iul'iiu.
a whip sto that It 'will not ,iv, oi -11
pain. I couldM lwing it wildt oin yu .td ,1
strike you with a1 'crau ,' il. ; :.t
would smear ly feel it\.
"TJhe geoncial p'lruiltth otf ai' .ali
training iW to proceed easily n11 l tgrdan.
ally, heolig gently pesi'latot. Wuit not
aguestaslV0. OVo4t6O'I' allitl opp(iltOI lby
potetitaslo vthter tihta by direct o01po-
11tlou oand lcOcV. It Is the M11110e ouI'Hrt
aS that which pplies to 10n11. XYou tirst
beeobae neatlquintod with the o miin froiii
whom you wiah to obttait a favor.
Thou, as a feeling of friendship grow$
between you, hoe i at iast glad to do as
you wish."--Leslle's Weekly.

SHOPPING IN 43RMANY.
Mlethos That AtontlMihed a Greanw,
blinw Ameurloan Woman.
Perhaps it would be unfair to geoi-
eralizo too contidontly, buit thero are
shopkeeper 4Gi Gernmany who make no
great fftort to dlipoai4 of their goodis.
An littetuno of this Im given In '"iTht
Men ou WUeels." 'Thite author tIooMps1
aled an Aiteriicta n lady on a shopploig
extcursiton i Municlih. $ho hd been a.-
custoumed to shopptlnf In London anti
New York mtid grutlnbhld t everything
tbb man showed her. It was not that
ibo wtas really diasatltfled. This was
her method.
8ho explnllled that sheo ouhl get, most
things chOetilar and better elsewhere.
Not that hle really tiouight slho could.
Merely ilte held it good for thoe shop-
keeper to isy this. MHi told hluI that
his. stoclt hIked tatet. HIe did not
argite with her. 11 l did not contradlet
her. I.o pult the thingstli back Into thelr
reospoitlve Ioxvs, roplacid tlhe boxem on
thoir rnspectivoe ln'lves, walked Into
the little parlor behind thlo siop atnd
clomsd the door.
"lsn't hIe evT r comulina bnck?" asted
the ladly anftet two or thltlo timlnutee
had oltalptmd, llr toneo did nlot litply a
question so much as an 1 xchimatuion of
n-ore' tiipatlt-e(o.
"I doJtbt it," I repi)lld.
"Why not?" silhe atked, miuhb aston,
litelid. r
"I expect." 1 answered, "yout have
bored him.l In ail probaubilty ho lisi a
this momenoIt hIhlild that door mtioking
a pipo ind reltdi.ngtil thelo Ipor,"
"WVhat an oxtraordilniry sfholpk lperl"
laid miy ftlnd uIN shJ e gatharet her par-
cels together n(tld ludliinultly walked
out.
"It Is their wiay," I exphliand. "Thero
are thli gaoilst, If you want then, yoiU
tlayy hluiv tthem. If you d(o flot Want
tht*i.i, tly would aitlmot ratltr that
you did not come and tl lk about thotI."


Atintl'n I Co . 4 74
j.I ( iney . 2 18 r t IS.
Inka'l o( .i 1 Ono -thiig tis. rtn hI rognrd to
lilardson 102 f lliti-for iost ofI usI it will be very
Taltrl 1isvt 'a n t(l0 brief In i-elr, for nil of us0 it will be
Atltlatic 1, ('o. I :is truialent I-u ou1 r onjoymplit of it. When
death hlas dropped the c tiialtl,. wO hial
Atlauttic ('A It I hea Atlnnt I, a, i :t? fOidly dreanu that It will Pa4etr lailev I 4P we itav)-l.ft thise stag. we do Inot roali
Z 14kewt .. *I 6 ie how quickly-it will dile way hi sl-
It Ulti'amn' 2 I tlft.e aWt4 t Aho aulonc turns to ookl
A late 3 s at t1te ae"y atctor fiLid l wxt s.eei .
,. h' 7,-.a L ( i- Our p4N l'tio In so cfety w4 tfi(ll1d #5"
iAIstl! 'i 91 0oot t it ittiIttd a ld o U siim)- l.-
Tatisi brit v ', Ii lUt.a't Olrdly for a iomnM t, exCpt.,
W li ..1 i Iso God, y tfew who b nie 1arno4
4f' V Hop,. I 41 t40 love tUl ot battns of /iame, but tp -
J A P'irt *hn ctUoWe we lave held *.thu.* n doll .
otha.r. 7. i, tlwwm some g 4 l sylt-r 2 ---------14 --
ii %J M 1 i.... 4 1 1 ,n., e d r 4l .
1 W1 lmW trOw ,. .I l 'a'it.r Mr. itw oft. Dumbiirton tell0
B ;afrhMs. 4. 7 t ow Otn oe cattiunihhtt itn isi otld e4irchb i'
PC 'tiRem in ,,1 9 l dtIia afrutohr mislter baad prte!eb
SPr 1 4 the .1lkm g twrnanso. !nid i. (&4$r.
a iaw .. 9f Iimklatn oce2su aoi ila o tetr on to enter te -
C F II)V ,t3- *1 'tip ll ty wl n ln~lilo tlh, w*Wd jt
o Fji u* kil3 a : t oY Wfhf Ian t tWvi'.l f w
M ?2,<,S^.


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,Sh. , :,, ..... ... ... 82 9 20


s a, "k4u4r91 3 4... 88 9 20
'48 11 'airf d .',. .. .. .. 33 9 20
gl m o corner of the
ti 80 ,+ + f . eet w .420
feJ...210 feet, 2 / 0.

41 4 ad 48 New Gaineavlle 3 10 20
t Nw Gainesvilleo, .... 3 10 20 -
7, W7 block 42 and lots 13
Sblok 43, New Gainesvill
*Ilo ck 29 New Galnesville..
*,* an 10 blMock 13 New

0 ond 4 block 26 New Gaines-
1.... .......... . . .
15 and 10 block 25 Now
l d. i... ... ..... . New. ..
11 and 18 block 26 New


3 n.ald 4 :block 1 r 1 Doli and
btsols add to Gainesville ..
W I ).loket4 r 1, Doig and Robert-
nf ad to Ganesville .. ... ..
I t block 4 r I Doig & Robert-
sis i aiio dd to Gaiiesville........
7ii, block* 2 r 2 Doig and Rob-
Ari-oni: a add to Gainesville......
1 and ,2 block 3 r, 2 Doig &
ertsons add to Gainesville ..
4,k r 2 less lots 13 and 14
S i* & Roberteons add to Gaines-
? 14cek 1t1, r oig& 1lobertsonw
to Gainesville. .... ........
sending at nd corner of G V
e lot, rui e .0 feet to initial
pt 10 ina;ns e 7% edains, n
i,.ns, and w T7 ohains ....
yfet by 820 feet in corner of
MWaiopy and Seminary streets..
les. that deeded 'to 1Mrs RP


Sb.unded e by L K Rawlins, 8
byMagnolia at w by ity,
ptoperty.... ,. ....... ...
otmenciTng at ne,,cornr of Annie
0h14lds lot, run 46 200 feet, s 100
feet, w 200 feet and n 100 feet...
4ibmmecing 500 feet e of nw cor-
noir of block 4 Doig & Robertsons
lY itadd run e 100 feet n 130 feet, w.
l1001feet and a .130 feet, also comn-
A;iience 100 feet e of said ,lot, run
., 100 feet a, 130 feet, w 100 feqet
and n 130 feet .. ...
'to 1 and 2 block 5i r4 Ropers add
t.,: o Gainesville . .. . ........
"s.,s of lot 16 block 3 r 1 Ropers
d to Gainesville .... ....
S8% of lot 2 block 2 r 4 Ropers add.
: t i t tlalnesville ... . . ..


"S.B of s% lot 15 block 3 r 2 Ropers
add to Gainesville ........
SLota 10 and 12 block 3 r 2 Ropers
add to Gainesville ... ....
NeI/4 and w / o(if lot 7 and lot 9
Langleys add to Gainesville ....

Commencing at nw corner of block 7
.,run 40 feet, o 111 foot. n 49 feet
w 111 fett; also middle 1-3 of
block 7 lngrnms add to (Gainesville
Lots 13 an, 14 Oak Hall plat.....
Lot 15 and a lot 40 feet o and w
by 100 feet n and a on e end of
of lot 1 ...
em mnencig 1 tfeet s of sw corner
S of lot 30 Oak Ha.. plat run a 50
S feet,, e 120 feet n 50 feet and W
S120 feet part of Gainesville not
: plat el ... .. ... .
Lt 40 feet it and s by 50. feet e and
W etwoeun Pounds and WilBiams
.'ommencig nt sw corner of Lang.-
leo lot, 'rim 200 ftit, w 400 feet
;: 200 feet uand o 400 feet, sw
^'^ Oiisauevilh, .... ... ... 5
p.,Lot 5 1Porters adld to C(,ainesville.
I8 Ot 18 Porters add to Gainesvltli..
1'ti8.23 Portlers add to Gainesville..
23 Poirters add to GainWesville ..
77t 7T Porters add to (ainesville .
)Cn. lmenlig.g at uno cvr-un of lot 2
t.r ns 200 feet w 10lS feet n 20
feet and e 1 _nutei ing 60 feet e of iue corner
of M ary Glas's lot anti run a
t.e'."l t, w W0 feet. n f150 feet,
i d: e t10 feet hieing in block 2
Brown'su add to Gainesville ... .
f i nmnendicg t200 feet s of no corner
IW .: ..block 2 run w 147% feet a
'1-47% feet. 'e 147.41 feet and n
141% feet Browns add to Gaines-
ille .. .....-. .. ... 5
Let in block 120 feet n and s by
00 fte and w Browns add to
thnesvile ...... ...... .
Lo -7,-8, 8.14. 15. 16, 17 gand 18
of'e of block 5 Bronws add to'
Ahdneaville , .... ... .:....
sLot 21288 and 24 of e% of block
S mBow-ls add to Ginesville. ...
j 1. 18, 13 and 24 block 43 Browns
addition to ..ainesv..,e ......
f tof block 8 Browns add
50 feet e of sw corn
blck 8 rUn n1-'100 f6et 580
m 100 feet and W 50 feet ..
block .11 bounded n by Porter
ona by street a by Jones
by Pet ersonis, ;aM
t : W- oener of bloek 1


10 tO


10 20


10


A 0 xfulroh'.. 3,66
Joel W Malphrus 5 6
J J Stroud .. 8 48.

Mrs E C George 1 58


Mrs A E Law-
rence . ; .. ..
A 8w 'Aedcastle
Guardian ... .
E Marsh .. .. ..


Mrs 'A Millnor.
So Side Mfg Co.
Mrs J W Silver
Admx .....
Unknown .....
W L Griffin ....
So Side Mfg Co
W K Bartleson..
Mrs A Miilner..
J A Rider, ....-


W H Sibley ....
C M Ordway ..

Mrs J 1H Cook ..
H F Welch ....

Mrs A Mi.-ner ..


2 78


2 18


1 27
1 37

2 80
1 57


1 78


E 1b Bullock ... .11 29
Mrs A Millner .. 10 99


7% ,W H Bartleson., 3 40
Susan B Fitts.:.. 3 882
Furnan & Thomp-
son ....... ... 10 97


L M Bates ....

W K Bartleson..


Jack Elliott ...

G B Crawford ..
Jane Davis .. ..
Ida and Nellie
Coleman ....
Gus Tipple .....
Heirs M 13B Snell

Heirs S H Cole-
man ...........


Mrs aA Dexter ..
Mrs Nancy Matluh-
son. .......

WeMrs R P Goss ..


4 13

3 10


2 80


3 92


8 51
4 84

8 21


EO SmittK a.,..
Josephin Booker
'I


Mrm 8 Gard&ner
JAo Lowlws.b .
- 'A Watson ., ...
Betty Boyd ....
Isaac Brown .o. .
M Rivers .....

Mrs A L String-
fellow .., .0.....


5 4t~


S B Willis .-. .:.., 5 92


20 Stephen Ross ...


10 20

1 10 20






5 10 20


Amanda Nelson .


3 75

3 10


J W Dukes ....
Fla Finance\ Co. .
Amnanda Waits .

Amella Whitaker


Wilkes Ployd ...


Edna Murray ..


Mrs AL Sfring-
e, fllow ....
,: + ..++ 1


4 13


380



6 765


)


81~N~JIJNE_~1


*Lot70 ,feet, 00 feet' in set cor-
nor ,, of btl k, Bru IA O add to

0 eet -ndpq k'.fe 6et.rs 6 Bruahes
Swih 1 of b k t Bnt w.es add
Lot in n Of bblk 11 Brghes add
to (leh0esve,.................
Commeing 60 feet a of no corner
of block 14 Aan w 10n feet t.n
50 feet w o1n 0 th et 60 feet n 200
Feet, ed ,0 .eeft andrulhies add to
:Gafineaville ;to:i. ........
Commencing 16S foet w of ne corner
of block 2, run w 16. 3-1 0 feet a
s101 feet ae 1 3.1 feet .anun 100
feet Brushea -dd to Gainesville.,
Commeaning 198 feet n of se corner
of block 24 and run 33 feet to 1.ni-
tial point thn w 330 feet, n a33
feet, e 330 .feet and feet33 feet,
Brushes add to Gainesville. .
_omnigeocing at s8 co-ner of lot 5
S block 27, run k 132 feet. w 3M feet
a 1320 feet anti e 35 fet........
Brushes add to Gainesville.. -.
Commencing 113 feet e of sw corner
block 28 run e 76 feet n 100 feet
w 75 a 10 0 feet Brushes add to
Gainesville .. .... ............
ln se corner o flot 4 block 2 r 3 25'
feet n/ r 8 by '60 feet e and w
original Gaineville ... .. .. ..

8%/ of lot i block 3 r 4 35 feet front
by 60 feet n and a ......
Commencing at nw corner of block
6 r 5 run e 44 feet to initial point
then e 59 2-3 feet a 100 feet w
59 2-3 and n 100 feet feet origin-
al Gaineville ...... .. ,
Block 8 r 8 leas 10. feet on n side,
original, Gainesville.. ..... .....
105 feet nA ead ta y entire length
of block, *and w on a side of
block 8 r 8 original Gainesvile ..
N/a of lot 2 black 6 B W Brown
plat Voyles survey .... .. ..
3 acres described In deed book 4u
page 168 also lots 10 and 20 of
Gosses 2nd add to Gainesville...
Commencing at n corner of lot
sold by Mrs Goss to Mrs Tinsley,
run n 'a/. degrees e 638 feet to
initial poInt and n 756% degrees
e 209 feet n 1% degrees w 209
feet, a 76% degrees e 209 feet
a 14% _egrees, e 209 to begin-
ning ......................
Wya/ of lot 2 block 2 r I Gose
addition . ................
Lot 13 Veitches add to Gainesville
Lot 20 Veitches add to Gaineaville
Lot 28 Veitches. add to Unainesville
W/, of neV/4 of n/4 .... ...
Lots 1., 1', 20 *nd 21 .. -
Block 51 less 1 acre and block 61
less 4 acres . . ... . . . .
Coinmmencing at ne corner of lot 7
run e 200 feet a 400 feet w 200
feet and n 400 feet .. .. .......
Lot 62 .. .... .
Lot 1 and that part of lot 2 e of
S railroad . .. . . .... .


Lot 14 of e%. .......
All fractional less 40 acres .. . .. ..
Lots 1 and 3 in sections 22, 26 and I
Commencing 32.40 chain. w of se
corner .. ... ...... ... ..
run n 51/, degrees e 43.30 chains
n 84/3ldegroee w 10 chains, s 51/
degrees, w 44 chains and e to beo-
ginning ..... .. ...... ....... .
10 awres in ne corner, ., ......
5 acres in nw corner and 8 acres
on a saide.. .. ...... .. ... .
16% acres in n nart of .... .
Cominencing on n side of F S R R
35 yards e of wv see line and run e
35 yards, n 70 yards, w 35 yards
and s 70 yards to beginning.. ..
Lot 16 Smiths add to Micanopy....
Sy1 of lot 26 and lot 29 Pa'yns add
to Mi. .topy .. .. .. . ... .
Lot bounded e by Durham & Perry,
a by Moore and w by Craig and n
by Harris Stoughtons add to Mic-
anopy. ....... ...
SwiA of lot 25 Stoughtons add to
Micanopy . . . . . . ......
Nw of lot 4 in sw/4 ..........
Lot 8 Livingstons add to Micanopy ,
Lota 35 and 36 of lot I Levy grant
Lot 13 of lot 7 less 1 acre to Nelson
Levy grant..... .. ... .. .. ....
'Couwuncing at se corner of lot 6
run n i20 chains w 20 chains s 20
chains and .e 20 chains. Levy grant
Lot 39 of lot 7 and 3 acres in lot 29
of lot 7 and 37 acres in lot 22 of
lot 7. . . . .. . . ... .
1 aere'square in aw corner of lot 13
of lot 7 Levy grant...........
Coiniencing 210 feet n of sw corner
of lot 3. of lot 7 and run n 210 feet
e. 210 fet., a 210 feet and w 210
feet Levy grant .. .........
1 acre square in sw corner of lot 13
of lot 7 Levy grant ... ......
Lot 19 Leitner tract ....
4 acres in lot 76 bounded n by Wau-
*"burg lake e by Findlay, a by Pow-
ell W by MeCormick, Lettmer tract
5 acres in lot 60 Leitner tract ....
Lot 74 Leitnut tract .. ... ... ...
Lot 7S Leither tract .. ..
% acre in a% of 814 of lot 10 Levy
grant. . . . .. ......
Lots. 8 and 3 of Treymouths stub
-division of lot 11 Lt-vygrant....
8w of ne ... i ... .. ., .....
So% of % ........ .........
Ne% of nwi less 10 acres to Striek-
land.. . . .... . ..
$wY4 'of sw% and sya of se% of
S4 osf se4 and mytswl s of eo
t ofne ad n of' of ne%
ad ne% of nw%% and a% of new'
of ae, a. se$% of e 4.... ,

Aw t^w! 5,. %'^ *;'5 4 ^.'41 W*"..


N Wiliams ....


Sallie E Colclough


Mrs A L String-
fellow ... ..


2 88


4 72


2 68


Mrs S. A Bauk-
knight .. .. .. 21 83


Mrs S Bauk-
night .... ...


31 76


Mrs M S Perry. 4 72
A P Morrow ... 21.23


0 J Moat ...


20 Mrs R P Goss ..


10 20
f t


0 10 20


10 20
10 20
10 20
10 20
11 20
10 20
11 20


11 20
11 20
11 20
11 20


25 11


ci r1 "


26 11 20


Adam Ivey .. ...


Allen' Lucas ...
G M Armory ....
W K Bartleson .
0 W Bartlesou
& Co.. .. ....
J E Coe .. .....
20 A W Leighton ..
40' 1I Giddings ....
7 T D Penrice ..

J J Williams ....
W T Jackson ..
25 S M Mixson &
Co ... . ..
J A Grierson ..
80 Mrs M Flewellen
57 M S Morrison ..


44
10
13
16%


Unknown ..


Mrs El


5 75

4 12

4 12


1 22
2 18


... 3 55


M Powell. 2 I2M


20 4 Anna Washington
Unknown .. ....
R Barbour .....


Annie Robinson .


Jerry Mays 1 ..
Mary Gri ....
S L Turner .- .
16.68 B W Fontaine...
Nancy Fuller ...

40 Isaac Savage ...

Mrs A Wideman.
Moea.Deliio ,


1
1


21
21

21
21

Mt


3 13


Jas Nelson .....
Mose Nelson ..
W K Bartleson...


8 J Gaulden ... 2 78
Blake Bros.. ... 2 18
Krutser & Taylor 3 53
Mrs K A Taylor 5 56
Heirs of Mrs EM
Powell .. .... 52

156 N Merry.. .. 0
40 Fla Con Co .. 2 18
40 1) T Williamson 1 48
30 H M Moody.... 1 ?4

60 Mrs E Knader .. 2 48


soUnknown .


20 iUnknown ,
40 JB tratm.s.


4 21

7 72
113


sued. '
Lexington. Ky., Tune 1--Twenty
men under. Captlan lliard, c6mi4Osin0
the DRnvylle company of state guards,
passed through the city at 7:50. this:
morning for J,+ keon la response to a
request for .imoe men made lost mid-
nig&ht by Major J. Emery Allen.
The men came over tt1e Queen and
Cescent, and were transferred to the
Lexington and Eas.ter.n at once,
They will reach J.Eackson #bQt U
o'clock. Captain Lillard did not kIaow
.why they were called on.
Major Anderson sent. a cipher ddi-
patch to Colonel W41lllamas here at
midnlg'ht, and he wired Danville at
once for the men to get ready to move
at 6 o'clock.

SIXTEEN NEGROES DROWNED.


Their Skiffs Were Capsized In Missls-
slppi River.
Mem-phis, Tenn., June l.--Sixteen
negroes, cotton plantation hands., were
drowned In the Misalsisspi river near
Pecan Point, 40 miles north of the
edity.
They left the plantation after dark
in two skiffs. Waves from a passing
vessel capsized the frail 'boats and all
hands. save one went dow.n. A lad,
Will Bell, escaped by clinging to an,
oar. He was washed ashore and, re-
ported the tragedy to Dr. B. *F Chiles,.
a prominent physician, who brought
the news to Memrp'his. The following
is a list of the dead, seven of whose
bodies have been recovered:
H. C. Rountree, aged 50. '
Rebecca oRnaudtree, aged 40.
Maggie Roiupdtree, aged 18.
Geneva Roundtree, aged 10.
Mack Roundtree, aged 5.
Ella Roundtree, aged 6.
Alberta Round-tree, aged 3.
Infant Roundtree.
Lewis George, aged 25.
Neal Camm, aged Z0.
James Moore.
Willie Moore.
Infant Moore.
Andrew Roundtree.
Wife of Andrew Rounudtree.

VATTMAN MAKES REPORT.

Situation of Catholicism In the Philip-
pine Islands,
Rome, June 1.---Cardinal Ramipol-
la today received In private audience
the Rev. Edward J. Vattman, chaplal.n
of the Twenty-ninth United States In-
fantry, who presented his report of
the situation of Catholiciam in te
Philippine island's. It appears that
the idea of having recourse to arbi-
tration in the matter of the purchase
of the friar lands wnlch was again
favored after Archbishop Gulids art
rival at Manila, is now looked upon
coldly by the interested parties. Gov-
ernor Taft and his colleagues of the
Philippine commission are In doubt of
the fea-lbility of again proposing arbi-
tration, fearing that the friars and the
prominent people interested in the sale
of the land in question may regret the
proposition.
Archlbishop Guidl is faithfully carry-
ing out the instructions which he re-
ceived- in Rome, but the friars openly
disregard them, denying the right of
Interference on the part of the popo
In a question which they consider to
be entirely under the jurisdiction of
the orders Whose Interets are involv-
ed. However, the hopes entertained
of the acceptance of arbitration hMve
not entirely been abandoned.
Patal Family. Row.
Chicago, June 2.-'While murderous-
ly attacking Mrs. Eb ShermajelakI
yesterday, Frank Lixthnki, her broth-
ern.-lkaw, was struck on the head with.
a flat iron ,by one of ,herr son and
thrown -down a flight of stairs. A
half hour later ULAzski was dead.
Whether 'he died as a result of the
Bwoyor committed suieldp after behrg
e1ectet cannot be decided ,until the
inquest. Burns of carbolic acid
were found on his mouth. The at-
tack on Mrs. Sebermnajelski I said
to have followed hfer rfeal to aarry

Decoration Diy at Mobti ,
:l8 ed,, Ala. +June LDeuoatios
WThere *e obterved by John C. Re-
aont poet, Grand At-my of the Re-
pbit.e Services were conducted in
t&e INational .ceoater, iwhiere th

wia Uowrea 13ea a4iresew .rtad


I


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1903



Mrs YE B urkhimn 15 38 A,
R W H all r " '.:. '1. r

J G Hodges.... 13 13
Loau Williams .. 178 Danvillo Oupay Of 8tt
Guard,* O ered Outo

CAPTAIN Ull DN COMMAND.
S H Coleman ... 10 85 .. .. ..
Major Anderson at LexIhgtopR ctlved
Cipher Dispatch MF r ,Men and
Pricill Welch .. 2 9 Hurry Up Orders Were at Once ls-


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Lot 8 block 2 Graces add to Ro-
oelle.... .. ...... .. ....
Lot 4 block 10 RKchelle ..
.; ll 1 .... .... ... .
ONy< f sel/4 .. ... ... ... ....
obIk '18 Grove Park.... .
4loek 8 Grove Park .
Lot 57 Grove Park...
Lots 23 and 2 Grove Park .. ....
Lot 3 block 13 Urove Park .
SA l Nw% of e nwr less I acre in n
part. . . . ....
40 acres in ... ..........
Commencing .0 chains w of ne cor
run a 25 chains w 20 chains n 25
chains and e 20 chains
Commencing 14,40 chains of n;
corner... ......... ........
run R 0 chains w 101/u chains n' t
chains and e 10/2 chains.......
W/2 of sw'/4 of.sw .. ........
W 1. -5.. ........
Commencing at nw corner ......
run e 13.50 chains, s 12.12 chains
a 60 degrees, w 15. 78 a 87 degrees
w 26. 04 chains and n along sec-
tion line 79 chains to beginning..
In wo .. .......... .......
Commencing at se corner........
run n 10 chains to'initia.l point, w
12ie chains n 20 chains e 121,/
chains and s 20 chains .. ... ......
Comniencirig 20 chains w, of ne cor-
ner of ne/4 ... . cmnn















S point 11.22 chains e of w line of
lfe and being described, then n.'3.. 6
S chains and w 11.33 chains to be-
ginning........... ..
x,. of sei4 of sw% and that part
of sw14 of se',4 outside of Fish
SPrairie less 1 acre ... .......
Oomnnencing 24 yards a of % mile
line on w side and run n 480 yards
e 69 yards, s 348 yards e 238 yards
s 25 degrees e 460 yards a 412
B' yards s 70 degrees e '40 yards
Lot 2 of nwi/t ...... ... ...
Commencing 2.47 chains w of I1/
mile line n and a and 37.48 chains
n of s line and run a 4.55 chains
a 4.40 chains w 4.55 chains, n 4.40
chains....................
Commencing at se corner .. ....
run w 31.70 chains to initial point
w 8. 30 chains n 15.80 chains e
1i. 80 chains and a to public road
Sand sw along road to beginning..
Nel, of nw14 and wi/, of nw4 and
n% of sw4.. ... ... ......
S% of lots 4 and 5.... .......
Lot 4 and that part of lot 4 which
lies within 200 yards of w boundary
of said lots.. ... ... .......
Lot 2 less 18 acres.... .... ..
SWI/ of n1/2 of lot 2 also cominenc-
S ing at sw corner of n/ of lot 3
run e 9. 90 feet n 600 feet w 90
feet and s 660 feet........ ..
Lot 1 less 10 acres........ ....
5 3-5 acres on a side of lot 9..
tot 1 or ny, of nie4...........
Ne'/, of ne% less 7 acres to Lewie..


Fractional in no corner of ne' of
ne4 in sw corner of ne,'4 of net/.
'.,;ts (1 and 7 h'.ock 1 OrfLnge f leiglhti
Lot g subdivision' of lot 4 Orange
Heights ...................
1 acre as described in deed book "Y"
page 301 and lot as described jn
book 29 page 350 .. ..........

Se/4 of sela .................
E1/ of ne% .. ... ... ... .. ...
Si1/ of Sel', of swN/1 of se' ... ... .
WVi/ of se-/ of sw' atnd 3 acres
on w side of o1/, of sey/ of sw/
and ne/ of se% ...... ... ...
Lot 24 Melrose ...... ..........
Lot 1 .......................
4 acres in s w corner of sw/!tof nwV'
NI'/ of aswl/ of nwi/t e of railroad .
EI,% of sw/4 of ne14 of nei/. ..


10 .21
10 21
.1 21


2 11
9 11
0 11
9 11
9 11

9 11
14 11
22 11
24 11


2411
25 11
26 11

26 11
30 11


30 11 21
11 21


30 11 21
32 11 21


32 11
33 11


Any Miller, I
Fix o1a co ..
040 Unknown ., . 16
80 U P Oraddiek 5
A4, L Bullock .
0:Padget ... 1
Unknown .. .... I
8 N Greei .. ..
Uedean & o.. 2
39 Bly Amos ..... 1
40 Geo Hall .. .... 2


60 Elbert Hall .....


9
20
114
310


3 88


Ely Amos .....
Simon Jenkins ..
J M Turner ....
J M Turner ...


21 14-100 A D Johnson
127 J M Turner ....


25 Oscar Gamage ..


61/2 W C Smith ..
29 Stevens & Tay-


lor .. .. .


60 N A Bailey. .
10 R Angeliu .....



2 J 11 Jordon ..


21
200
75

93
04


35
380
5 3-5
61
33


Jno Hines ....
Unknown .... .
Warder & Lewis

Stevens & Cauth-
en ... ... ...
Warder & Lewis


2 18
5 56


2 S6


3 24


5 51



7 72
3 03



3 03


5 68
2 00


Mrs J F Tood.. 3
Warder & Lewis
H D Lewis .. .. 2
Warder & Lewis 2
Stevens & Cauth-
en .. ... ... 2


32 8 22 81/, H I Lewis ....
Mrs Edith Selph


7 9
a 09


22
22
9 22


8 9 22


Nw% of nw, .. ... ... 24 9 22.
N of se4 of noe .. .......... 27 0 22
Se4 of seY ........ ...... 28 9 22
Lot 7 block 5 Campville ........ 33 9 22
N ,l of nw, .. 34 9 22
Wi of eof el/,f nwV% of neo ....... 36 h-
Commencing at se corner of swat of
swi, of m.t'/, run w 210 yards n
210 yards e 210 yards and s 210.. 36 9 22
'Se% of ne/4 and n%/ of swyI. of
: nw i4 ..... ... ... ...... ..... 10 22
XW, / of sel/t of se14 and ei/, of wi/
of ne/t4 of sel4 and e/, of wt/, of
se','4 of nel4 and ne% of sey,4 of
Sne .. .. .... ... ... . ... 2 10 22
% 8/ of nw%-..-.... .......... 8 10 22 "
,Sei4 of ne% of s .w .. .. ..... 15 10 22
WI/,' of nwi4 and seA of nwl4 less
I acre for school house .. .... 17 10 22
w ... ... ... .. ...... ..... 20 10 22
Commencing at se corner of mIe1 of
se ........................ 22 10 22
r, n w .'w?0 feet to soe eirner uf lot.
and n 550 feet to railroad and no
along right of way 490 feet ana e
to public road and a on west side
of road to beginning .. ... .2 10 22
mnimencing at ne corner of se'4
of ne 4..... ............22 10 22
ra un w 19 O hains then w 1 360 s
572 chains. e 12.23 elhins and a,
S4.-.00 cbfai .. ......... 22 10 22
OI3mmttmeing at nw corner of ne'a of
seA............... ......... 22 10 22
run e to railroad a along railroad
to stake and w to w line of ney4
'of se a:nd a to beginning .... 22 10 22
ne, of W .. ... .. ... ; 2 10 22
Conmencincg at w corner of 1wwV4
of nw'....... .......... n 10 22
run e 800 feet n 363 ftet 4 00
feet and a 3 te3 t .. .. .... 10 22
,c 5 a. d 6 block l10, Hwt o ..
I.,tA 4 and 6 block 32 IUawthor ....


*It hklk 33 Hawtm rn
I/t b!ock 8 ad4 lot 11 bloek 1
and lot 6 block 11 st lo ..10
b 1o3 and lots I 'ad tl,
*,nd
7 b e t sand 8. .let' t....t


2 8.'
80


W HI Parker .... 1 98

P R & A AM Free-
man .. ....... 3 40
40 J & E Carrio .....2 53
80 Artelothego &
Gcrridan .. 4 02
5 S Carrio ....... 80


63
04
4'
1114

40
20
40
40
10


Hattie L Ellis .
MrA M L Lowry.
J J trutacheduser
Stark Williams .
Alex Williams ..
Mrs Maggie Good-
son .. ......
Heirs C K Dutton
L R Joyner ....
W J Tribble ....
J T Falreloth ..
N A Mathews ...
Mrs C B Bowman


0 Geo Washington Jr 1 02
50 R F Bowman ... 2 18


50
80
10
119
180


M M Tillman ..
C C Townsend ..
W V Paschal ...
J Maultaby ....
T J Townsend ..


6 Rily Williams...



4%1 SRLolhma.....



SLewi Brdly ..
40 0 Wilford. ....




t OM .. ... :.


8 82
8 27


3 57



5 58



243



8 4


.


gan store lot, bounded n by Mor-
rissot and w by ogaX and e by
railroad lHawthorne .. ......
Lots 4, 6, 7 and 9 blgok 2 Hawthorne
In as corner of s~wV of ney Haw-
thore .. ., ... ......., t
Lot bounded n by Bell a by Brown
street and w by OWie Brown ..., 27 10 2a
Lots 5 and 6 Baileya survey of e%
of e6 Of nw, ofA e ......... 27 10 ,2
Sey4 of e of ase4. ... .... .. i 10
Lot on 'Fa S railroad bounded n by
railroad a by Adkina e by Boone,
and w by Rogers........ .... 29 10 22
Commencing 135 feet n of sw corner
of block 35 of 'roae Park...,., 8 10 2.
run e 930 chains n to railroad and .:. ,,
w along railroad to' lot 39 and a
to beginning .,. .... ......'30'0 .2
Lot 1 .'. ... ... .. ... .., 31 10/2
Lots 6 and 7 block I Magnesia Spgs 31,1. 1.
Lot 3 block 13 Magnesia Spgs....,. 310 i22
E'i/ block 2 Magnesia Spgs........ 331 10 S2
Swl/ of neo/. anid o, of nwy .... 34 10 22'
6 acres bounded n by 'Waits Cross-
ing, e by public road s by Shetffield
and w by 11 W Waits .. ...... 35 10 22
5 acres bounded e by Clark w by
Waits n by Abraham and s by
Morrisson ... ... .. ......... 36 10 22
Conmencing at sw cormnr of ueo4 of
nw /A ... ... ...............10 11 22
run n 2.24 chains e 5.05 chains s
2.24 chains and w 5.05 chain
also se/4 of nw'4 less 12 acres.. 10 11 22
WtV of swlA ., ... .......... 16 11 22
Sw4 of ne,..... ...... ..... 20 11 22
Lots 1 and 2 block 5.. ........ 27 11 22
Lots 4 and 5 block 15 .. .... .... 27 11 22
All fractional outaideol of grant. 30 11 22'


Lot 4 . ........ .......... ....
Nw4 of nw%/! . .. ....
NeiA of se. ....... ..... ......
a .. ..n fI n fi n n r oa f no f l/. Of a8 /.


22
22
22
281


Le ... HO.N FRANK GLARK

2 .. 69 WILL Bt CANlDIDATE
pe ... o Ie" U c for n
R .th! ..... 43 xpe ts to F0-0t ame for
i a P


O jirM 4 ** *
V 1 .0rsA .

10 7-a 8 o0
6 78 C A Th4ett .


0 ,n, ...
W K arteaon .
0 1? Milmner 4...
120 Fla Con o ....

0 Unknown ....

5 S S Sanders ....


40


100
05
40
40
6i


Joe Canty .. .
Rebe.es Dave.v..,
UnknOdwn .... .
S Joseph. .....
A K le. .. ..
Moore. ......
elcirs of W N'
Thompson .. .
leirs of W N
Thomnpson ,
Winti &. Hlllard..
14 I. R chtt ..l
Beira R It Per.


1 14
84

1 40.



3 04
3 IS
I 14
62
80
4 33

2 03

1 44


03
, I
?t
91
2*



13
10
6K


u acres ut ne o ev **'x
The a 40 acres of fractional ...... 14 12 22 40 J Jaobs .. 4
Lot 4...................... 15 12 22 11 Mrs M J layman 3 01
Fractional sw /4 of sw/4 .... ... .. 16 12 22 28 J WV Parks ..... 3 91
Sw% of .swy and a e of se,4 .... 0 8 19 80 E J Baird.... .. 2 18
Se11 and sai4 of nw t, ...... .. 13 11) 200 IE J Baird.... .. 4 7
Ne',/ of soy4 and nWl4 of swl/ and
sN of nwi /and net, of nw/4 .... 15 8 10 240 E J Baird...... 094
NcV4 and e1/ of nw,/' and swy4 of
nw .. .. .. ... ....... 1 8 11 280 4i 3 Baird .. .. 0 60
Sw4% and ey/ less 1seA of ne'w ., 22 8 11) 440 F J Baird.. .... 10 67
E1/2 of el/a and nw/4 of nety and
vW% of nwA .............. 23 8 10 320 E'-J Baird.. ... 7 68
Wi/a of ey4 and sey4 of se% and s%
of swl4 and nw4l of swl/ .... 2 8 10 280 E J Baird.. .... 7 08
All less ne% of ne .. ...... ... 2 8 10 600 'J Baird .. ... 13 43
El........ ...... ...... ... 27 8 19 320 J J Baird., .... 7 68
Ny of lot S... ... ......... .... 30 8 20 40 E J Baird ..... 1 32
Sw%4 and ey, of nWJ and sawl of
nw4/ and e'/, of ne4.. .. .. ..17 8 20 360 10 J Baird .... 0 41
Lot 0, less 40 acres in nw corner and
40 acres in sw corner and lot 7 less
40 acres in sw corner.. ... ... .. 19 8 20 198 E J Baird .. .... 5 30
Ny, and nVa of sell and niV of swl/ 83 8 10 480 E J Baird ...... 10 093
Swy4 and sw% of .se% and wy, of
nw''4 and sey/ of twy .. ..... 36 8 19 320 E J Baird ..... 8 02
Should any person who has paid th taxes for 1002, .fnd any of the prop
erty for which they hold receipt, on the foregoing list, if they will send me the
number and date of such receipt, t will have the salti ohecked off, so as to
prevent sale of same and no expenses wil be inotrred by them for such adver.
tisement. We have been na careful as possible in preparing list hbut as it cov
(wrs seven months collections, there may he items on which taxes have been pali
on te list, I will cheerfully correct any such error at my own expense if I am
informed of such, W. 1). DICKI( SON,
Gainesville, Fla., May 26, 11903. Tax Collector Alachna County.


NO VOTE POLLED

AT ISLAND GROVE

Citizens Did Not Consider Election
of Sufficient Importance.

DID NOT OPEN THE POLLS

Inspectors Did Not Consider That the
Voters Cared to Exercise Them-


FIGHT SCORED 1Y MINISTER.

Savannah Divines Ju a Death of Pe*
ley aw E: Savm n:nlh,. C:t., Jun,1 3.--In some of
the c itl it" c' .' .:ti:i.!d y "li0.h rintatter
*elts;.pn,. de th tofJf (.?:(; r- a ["'* !"'. the prie f8fight-.
eir whp dtie(d from the, ffo'ets of a blow
deliveryy. p ,th prviz(e ring last T'hurs*
day nfhlit by Jun Jeffords, the Call.
fornia heavy-wvolght. Prize fighting
was ro'olildly cond-mmned, and It Is the
general opTinfn herer that there )will
be no marzp et i t.h~wer for sfinj MA-


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MR. CLARK TALKS SOME

He Says That He is Receiving As-
surances of Support Daily From
Prominent People, and Believes His
Chances for Nomination Are Fine.
Special to The Sun:
Tallahnassoe, June 3.-lion. Frank
Clark, from Lake City, will certainly
bo in the race for Congress, and this
eloquentand able Floridtan will, un-


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selves in Voting, So Decided Not to TW oor .1jhr have teon o,.kedled
Open the Polls. Mad have not been annuH1llod. It may THE COMING CONVENTION.
be that the Havannah Atl)eltic clubs --
Ipland Orovo, June 2.-There was no will pull th or ny way One of Chalrman Thomas Win Make Oanvas
election held here today. The election the fights and ihadt been scheduled he. and SecurelHomes for Dejtagtos.
holders appointed did not open the tweon J. ,Jefrsda tAul Phllh4elphi Dr. Tfr, 1'.Tl,omns cialrirna of the
polls. Jack Obrion, a star In the flatlc world., oard or County (1nmlnifioners, will
There seems to be very little inter- make a canvass tod itn thoe iattor of
eat taken in the election. If the polls WMLL L9AVK OLD HOUSE. securing aecommiodatios for tho delo-
had been open I don't think there gates t th Couty Con iolsioiur
would have beenia dozen vot.s cast. MillonaIre Sage to Purchase Fifth M and ood onade Ao eOADMA nue Mano. tion, wh1h will be held in this lity on
ROAD. MAY B BUNLT* New York, June ..- ..Rsel ta.e, .h 10th and 17th Inst,
Helnawho has tevd fs 42 years in the ou~d .Iis"noitionhas "d for
Helena, Tupelo and Decatur RaIl- est dwelling at No. 506 ifth-Tver e r t d fo
Road, wrfl In all probability take advantage he purpose prioeitpanly q U-iseslng
New Decatur, AJa., Jtune 2.-ohere of & noptiot to purcbasw No. 653 yWith tli< god roads mbmnientt nd Ie des-
Is a strong probability that the Hel- avenue, fnd mrake it the home of him, tnited to bit of untmi mnportatnt e not0
mna, Tupelo and Deeatur railroad' will lf and Mr. sage, only tothis ohtybut t4 the entire
soon be built. A representative of The ol H;BWe hrmoe ad become Statr, Oalne ( vlvl ha, agreed to0 n-
New York ctplta.llts is now In -ow .ndu is.h,,d b'twaen.. a cunmfectilmary tertion thlt dlegete., and there wil.
Deceaur looking into e we matter, and store anl A hWtt Kho(, anid within a be to doubt ilhat our cl&tiLon will re-
2us his .report wilMl arteIy 4m9on' to hI .v a r" sh:pe of various spond ln4erally toa he request
tLe altlkniate te of the oad. Itk wM kind;. T ':- g atd harb(ly.on ... --A -
sUrVeyed voe tima saee, but owl-o the n-ervs of ,Mr s'a.e, although nor TRANIIEtR 01F REAL USTATE,
to Oe dethi of .Mayor M otd, V~tA disiconce.rto* n th finaneiwer, Yieldin. 6
me very attire lC p5ata the er4er. at t to he whites, however, Mr W. M. Wilson Purchases Valuable Landa
prio. it was Btffered to lag *sot)v'rWkt. Sage ha mtco ?!ntrd to leave the liema Iordehing Three Str .
It proper tenrminal facUltiesii Id + whi'hi hte. b nm t4eits for so r MI Another valuable transfer in real e
sbI: rt 't of war are obt e Int tfl 4sI. t te h s been made whibh wil met..
Dectarst ad4 the p0eo0l show the n e W f a re.t ei for that action of she oy'e
retfd te aftwut of ntoMirt in tit pro- 5tlmor JA w th property l noted he
Oset, it l now aifnoot a eCrtalaty that rw, ~ lb to m0 Ite at i w r. e pro ety'l .
Ut roae d wl ,l e buIlt a t trly anar Were re'enty re v.d att e t" At trldado sa
4*t T-4 road wait oa p .oe ot opitsl i an ..e o .or maer, Mag.oi, Arredondo..a MimiontI
te reotast osi*, Aron ad Uiiber land u "'til s.p a t. dlveu p orti4oft a bstat*t* th.&e sotthw emt t seet;on of th
In 4le ,We eau .. e e SI t ..he l ,ary was cllp,4 st, ,A mush etY *whe e the propll is :o0e4. The


sat wiUd nflastM Inu, r* newlns ta dir w,5ei.t t pa4)eut uw: gly, be war pisehnwed frot 1.0 Z0
tlita g5 fM tyfS pl1r4R a 086 l by :hito-at. tJl oy fI W 0a4.n
1 W-ilk A.. a- a n .. :ia t f "tt ..._:...-.. .4 ...
'**M*Y, 't"':s* v:o A, 0149


lestwall signs fail, como mighty near
representing the Seventh Congres-
siopal district in the National leglala-
ture.
It is not itnposslhbl, notwithstanding
the number of names omnteoted with
this honor, that the real contest will be
between Clark and lBarro.
To accurately define the situation
and to establish a clear isueo, I today
propounded this question to Mr.
Clark:
"Will you be a candidate before the
primaries for Congress from the See-
ond Oongresaionl dist, tict next year?"
Mr. Clark tinswered:
"Yes, I have made utp my mind that
when theoproper ttitn" arrives, I shall
announce my candidacy, and oanvassm
the district for nomination. I am op-
posed to longoeampaigsn, as I thitik the
people should havo as much time a
possible to devote to their private con-
corns, and not be subjected to the ap-
peals of aspiring politicians and the
dlieussiomu of political questions con-
tinuoously from, one election to an-
other.
"Political campaigns always disturb
business conditions more or less, and.,
while neceaary, they should be' short-
oned as much as can be done without
curtailing the full and free disbuslion
of such Issuaes as may beo involved
and fooling thi L way upon the tluhbjeot
I fasauro you that I would still mainl
tain absolute silence on the quotIlton of
my candidacy, wore it not for the fact
that I amt daily being asked noa to my
in tontions with referaeticeto thil miat-
ter. I want to say hiat I have recowv-
ed and am still receiving assurances of
aspport from all portions of the oil*
triet, anid thab those iusftranees, cli-
hig as they do from' gaftitlrnn of un.
(qIestiouned standing and 1prollinit0~e
ttro gratifying in thve (xtrom(.
"I latvO autoworecd your iut cltIoal
with no desire to tir thm political
waters at this tnhe, but solely for ,e
reason that li view of existing oon-
ditioims, It sitne d lIv i Ihimboitt utpon
Ine to speak, aind to u(lviu8o t h peopto
thatI In due seasoUn I will t 1uok their ap.
proval of my can.dildny for the thgh
of=fie of repr(eouitnttlve i n Congross."
With those (eiti.tizis of the .eund dit-
trict at p)res.nt iL T'allahnsuoe Mr.
Olark's candidacy lhas met with
mnrketd pleasure and It Is ktiown frim
ttumnross litters reeved, and from
expr4elssons in 'tho tatt jp)rtni4 thatthls
selittiimentI, very getPrirl throughniO t
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A'TI-TU r sILL WA KILLED
tQor lrk'*if Incrweasig the ov
oresor' Salary to SS OPsassed Sen-
I -Wllw. Pass

d*#nste Todaty.
SpeIil ilaThe s)ui:
iabass*e. une .2.-Tbere was a
livy conte in tbh, Senate, this after-
Yr *an i amend metit proposed by
y. O"na Painter to the Appropriatiozi
Spreiditng that no appropriation
It, # eh4ds or eolleg-e Ahall be availa-
ble ptil the trustees of said schools or
1;ege o hall make a deposit with the'
State 't reasurer of one-third the
Amount appropt'iated.'
A spiritedd debate on the amend-,
h i t fotoowed Palmer speaking for
tfe amendment and Senators Carson,
W lsun ahd MeCreary against it The
a6idiieant 'was finally defeated i by a
ivot of seventeen to thirteen,' the vote
tsngl as follows:
,,y--$enatorsl,31iteh, Brown, But-
]erCreWs, r aeulker, Harris, MeCas-
Palmer, Peacock, Rouse, Stock-
ton, Wadsworth and Whiddept-14;
1Say7-Senators Adams, Bailey, Blount,
40arson, "Orll1, Dimick, Gillen, Kirk,
MeOreary, Mac Williams, Miller, Neel,
iaeS, Sams.e, Williams, Wilson of
Seventh and Wilson of Fourth-17.
Senator Palmer also introduced an
amendment increasingthe age of ad-
Isittaneb to sixteen years. Senator
SAdams eloquently opposed this amend-
ient, as did also Senators Blount and
Carson. The amendment was de.

The appropriation bill carries
$127,0t) for East& Florida Seminary. It
passed on second reading and was or-
dered ,engrossed, and will pass the
:Senate tomorrow pfctieilly un-
changed.
Senator Kirk's bill increasing the
Governor's salary to $5,000 passed the
Senate, Gibbons'. anti-trust bill was
killed I the Sentiate. The Drano" bill
aPportloning the amount received
ifrol the lease of convicts to the coun-
ties according to the assessed value of
prr. perIy passed the Soennte by a nar-
irow margin.
'The Jouse today killed Mr. Mc-
Nameos's turpentine bill by a tremon-
dOusb majority,.
Mr, Brownl's bill requiring railroads
to properly equip lumber cars passed
the House. The bill has already passed
the Senate.
'EXCURSION TO ASHEVILLE.

Through Oars byV A. C. L. on Occa-
sion of Educational Meeting.
The excursion to Asheville on the
occasiott of the meeting of the South-
ern Eduicationtl Association will leave
Gairtusvillo on Mondtay afternoon,
Jut 2i9th. The Atlantic Coast Line
has offered to furnish through cars
from this (ijty, and there wil Ie In'o
-range from a(anesville to Ashovilb,.
Thu undersigntd, who has been ap-
pointed State managerr for Florida of,
both the Southliren Educational Asso-
clation and the Natiomatl Educational
A.soclatio'i, which will meet in 1Bos-
ton, July 0th to 10th, will iersonaily
itecomnptny tihe exet rsionm and will be
pleased to answer any conumnoneatiohs
relative thereto,: .*
Thu rates will ho one fare for the
round trip plus $2.25 mieimbership foe
good tuttl July 10th, with privilege ofl
extension of limit to October 10th
upon payment of fifty cents on each'
ticket at time of dopotit in Asboville
The round trip ticket from Gaines,


vile will:be $18.80, including member
ship in the association-by far the low
eot rate ever granted front this point
"The Land of the Sky," of whicl
Asheville Is the center, embodies mor
than six thousand square miles, and
thie scopery viewed from the car win
dow en route has no equal in America
Floridiais who wish to take a vaca
ton from home 0antot flid lower rate
or a more desirable destination,
Th nodersied is .now in oo(3 nu
Witt hotels and boarding
houses.both In Asheville and in th
s.urrounding country, and he wo uld b
pleae to anwer an in tuairies o th
.' sbjec.' 'JNO. 10. S1fK!LA.N.
(aineeville, Fla.
A Cos ly Mtistake.
S :' .lider aroe OmethimeUs very expeu
wive. ooa0. at ally life itself is th
prtic of : tIlkbut you'll never b
wIMnP it youltake Dr. King's New Li
'll; for dyspepsla, disainese, hea
ahe, liver r bowel troubles. The
aW. 1enl yet thorQ agh 21 at all dru
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PAINE'S CELER COMPOUND
Three Bottmles Sa.vedMr. fripp from Idigestio .

Liver 'roubi& and heumatism.
There was never a remedy so highly Me.,i say:-


recommended for making 'sick people.
well in summer ,tie as Pane Celery
Cnpound: It successfully grapples
with all the ailments common in usmu-
mer tine, and never fails to remove
.10ng, standing and chronic diseases
that have baffled the skill of physi-
clans, When Paine's Celery Com-
pound is used, there is no long waiting
for results. It tones the stomach,
improves the appetite, assists diges-
tion, expels all foul humors from the
blood and braces thO nervous system.
Mr. J. D "ripp West Kennebunek,


MANY BANKERS WILL ATTEND.

Georqia Bankarm' Association Meets
June 17 and 18.
At'.nta, June 2.--The next annual
Zneeting of the Georgia& Bankers' as-
sociaition will be held in Atlanta June
17 and 18. Arrangements have been
so far completed as to warrant the
Ine_.ing being an unuailly 'large
one and many of the me't prominent
fl nanclers of the empire State of the
South have wtitten their ilntertion of
atto ding. Almost every hankin Geor-
gia will be represented at the conven-
tion a matters of mu ch imrpio-tanee
are to come up for discussion and ac-
tion.
,Among the many tpeakers who will
mahe addresses of pertir..nt interest
to banling'circles will be Mr. Ridgely,
covmistro!ler of the treasury idepart-
meat at VWashington. One of the
pleasant featurem will be an elaborate
luncheon to be zcrvcd at the home ofr
the, Piedmont Driving club on June
17. After this, the visitors wlL make
a tour of the town,. In the eVening
the annual banquet will be served at
the Kimball, which will be thb head-
quarters of the convention. A num-.
ber of exceptionally clever speakers
will respond to toasts, which are now
being plrepared by those hcliviig charge
of this matter.
That the guests will have every pos-
etble attention durlung their sLay here
Is guaranteed li the names of the
members of the local committee. These
are T. J. Peeples, of the Maddox-11uck-
er Banking conflhany; Joseph T. Orme.
i of the Lowry NatIonal bank, and
Fr~tank lHawkins, of the Third National
bank.
HIS FOOT CAUGHT IN FROG.

Louisville and Nashville Switchman Is
Crushed to Death.
tirminghamn. Ala., Jime 1,-I. LM
W-e bb, a white switchwnan for thE
Louisville ad, Nashvie illroad, was
crushed to death at tte wenty-fourth
street ror ng. WhOle 9tking along)
the tatollits shoe w Ocaught in al
trog and be could not e tiecate It be.
fore an a.proaohing engfto had rusk-
ed upon hian and mas ed Mm to such
ma extent that he ddle a few hours af-
terwards.

Protest Ajainst Decree of Castro
New York. June 2.-The London
foreign office has ealiled tbhoe Brkiah
utiniatoer in (yacas, Venezuela. p pro-
test against Presidont Castro's de,
cree closMng the custom houses oan the
gixlf of paria and at Cltudad ollraz,
tables ThelHAaldcVs eorrepondpmdu at
Port of WAIN, T rnida4d. The en-
I forcenement of ehI doors. masNL the
stopping ~ e esteames e tbhe rit-.
Ilsh and American 0rinoco companies
= and the cutting off-th beoef. supply
- for Trinidad. whiteli Ia almost wholly
- dependent ulpm the shiblpment of cat-
tle fromCmludad Bolivar. The de-
Scree practically paralyses Venezuelan
Strade
d Ne~~roes Killed In Church Row.
- W a1111moon. Ga., 3Mine 2.-Two ne
b. groes, Andrew HIood and Ed liood
Swore shot &nd, Inetantly killed by San
s dy Ilckinwmon, anda another -negro, Will
Jones, w- n pnxbably fatally shot bh
g bIhe same negro near Frete LIberty
e church, a negro organlzaticn. J.1
e quor was at the bottom of the trotu
e ble. sandy 1)ickinsonr, who did Lht
shmoottng, has not bcen arrested.

Bombard Sky for Rain.
Attawa, Ontacio, Jun0 1.-In cons
n" quence of the scarcity of rain and thi
e umeroua frea occurring in Ottawi
0e and the surrounding country, upon tih
fe suggestion of Mayoir Cook, the minIm
d- ter o a nLltia, Sir Frederhak Boaisem
ey has given lnstructlou. that the sky b
ug bonui 9t6 by t4M atillev at )(spea


'I suffered from indigestion, liver
trouble, kidney disease and rheuma-
tism.. The worst trouble was in my
liead; the pain commented in the
sho0uldersarid ran up'my neck until it-
readhed the head. II could not sleep
at night, had ugly dreams and bad
feelings when I did sleep. Since tak-
ing three bottles of Paine's Celery
Compound, I am well and feel like a
new man. I have a good appetite and
can do a good day's work. I am rec-
omrmending Paine's Celery Compound
to every one who is suffering."


ALMOST A CYCLONE

SWEEPSATLANTA

Iuch Damage Done -In City
and Suburbs.

1NE DEATH BY .IGHTNING.
Storm of Wind, Rain and Lightning
Visit* City-Several Buildings
Struck .by .Lightning, Calling Out
Fire Department.
Atla-ta, June 2.-Atlant. was visited
by one of the most severe electrical
and rain sto-rms yesterday afternoon
in many years.
One death, three fires, the disruption
of the street car system and theocrip-
pling of the telephone, electric light,
tolograpsh ar, police signal systems,
were the results of the storm.
Miss Lulu Higgki-s, who boarded at
721 Marietta street, while eating a
collation on the back veranda at that
number, was struck by lightning and
almost instantly killed.
Thee Georgia Avenue Presbyterian
church, whioh was located at the cor-
net of Georgia avenue and Grant
street, was struck In two places by.
lightning and was burnedd to the
ground.
The residence of E. D. Nm-ealy, 376
Georgia avenue, which ddoined the
churob, was badly damaged by fire.
The residence of Mrs. Nera Strauss,
201 Grant, street, which also adjoined
the church, was also badly damaged
by fire.
Thirty-elght trolley ear's of the
Georgia Railway and Blectric company
had their fuses burned out and- be.
came inoperative. leFour others were
derailed by sand and mud being wash-.
ed upon the track. The entire system
was disrupted for about two hours.
The electric lighting system of the
Georgia IRailway, and Dloctric company
was rendered inoperative from about
4:30 o'clock in the afternoon until 7I
o'clock last night.
It was the most severe storm that
-has v!asited Atlanta for a number of
yoves.
The storm developed to .almost a
tornado in lIntensity. The wind came
in swilt gust6, blowing the torrents of
rain In blinding sheets thrcr;Ilh the
streets.
Flash a fter- flash or terrifying light-
ning (came and pe'al after teal of de-ep,
toned thunder shook the window
panes. It was almost like one con-
tiumpal roar.
The. dalrage in and around the city
will amount to many thousand dol-
S ars.

NUPTIALS OCCUR AT ROME.

Niece of Late Millionaire Mackay
Weds Signor Martino.
IRome, June 2.-Telfenler, daughter
of Countess 'Tolfener and niece of the
- late John W, Mackay, was married
today to Si4gnor Gino de Martino, son
I of the former under secretary of for-
l eign affair. The civil cereni uy was
performed at the capitol iby the mayor.
th brlds witness were Lewis M
- Id~ling. sec retary of the United Statoe
. embassy, ban Connt Macchl. The
e r we r the duk,
of Terrano and the duke of Sermo


net&.
The religious coreony took place
in tULe private ~shp. of the Gabrlellil
p l ie, w'ere the Telfenera live. Mcon.
asigar c on of o Jobm tk .
tera, k oO. T he tbrde's wt..nss.
.t iA tuigs am we' former are.
Mte41 the ftftnjsk W4,
Prminc Ue )~kZlit a
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Isrfa ddr a.
Pattnbsir, June 1.,--ous5 Lexs& 'w'f
a Jowea ~ 'years old; was fond
strangle to death bon .the oor of her'
',borne. 77 Mtaaee s~treet,. about: a djIalg~t,
A4h p,-anfCe W't heated th she bad
corMntuitted mulcide bY hanging herselt.
with: n short price of t.wae, but 'the
g~uciC~s a*, tions. o flf herr husband,
torria wo:'z, when *questioned by Dp
Uty Moro er feipse, led to his arret.
etl abors heard screAmS- coming
front the -house, and upon forcing n.
entrance, fund irs. Wolf lying 40dead
upon the loor. Her ace. was distort-
ed an! seratcbel and the condition of
the room !ntIcated a strug~ta.
Wolf denied that there was 4 rope
around, Is wife's .neek wken. he found
er, bnt wheu closely questoned, pull
ed x rope from his pocket and' saidhe
ad, taken !t from her neck.
The police are investigating.
%JT THROAT WITH PENKNIFE.

Prominent Cotton Broker of New Or-
ltans Takes His Life.
WewO'rleans, June 1.-His health
vnderwmln'by business worries and lils
rInd unbalanced for several days,
"ayank mrmmett, a prominent cotton
broker who retired from business a few
days ago, has ended his life with a
penknife. Arrangements were being
made to remove him to a canItarium,
but he escaped the vlgilant attention
of his family after dinner last ijight,
retired to his room and there cut
his throat.
Mr. Emmet was a member of t.
Cotton lE:change, and had been
satv'aopful in buine.rs. He leaves a
wife and six children. Mr. Emmnett
wos born 1,i New Orleans. He was
48 years. old.


mInjvrcl Puu'IiSt ules.
ivr-..nn..h, Ga, June 1.--(eo.


Fee,


ley, wnhe4e 'skull was crusmed iu a
tuntest with Jim ,eterds, died at
It. Jose)h llospital at an early mr
tIv:s morning.

DR. FENNER'S


KIDNEY and


Backache
AU dise ases of Kirdneaf.
lOltldder, Urinary Organs.
A lso Rheumatism. Back
aehe, HeatDlsease.ravl.

Don't become discouraged. There Is a
cure for you. If Uecssxry write hr. U'
11c has spent a life time curing just s&."
euos as yours. All cousultations tree.
-Your Kidney and Backache Cure has
cured two v ry lhad cses among our custo-
ier. the [10 IMS1., y(';Lr whioIl y the, di(wtors had
gven up. ILL & CO.oodland, Ia."
Diui'ts tl, 1 C for (i f Pook-Free,
ST.VITU S'O C wE : i "'D
ST-VITUTANCE enner, leredonta N V


BANNER SALVE

is the most healing salve in
the world. It cures Sores, Cuts,
Burns and all Skin Diseases.
It positively

Cures Piles
S. Kingbaker, t Ohiot Street
paChcao, writes: "I had a bad case of
Piles ~or several years. BANNER SALVE
cured me quickly and permanently after
several doctors and remedies had failed
to relieve me.",
(WARANTELD. Pa~be250eaft
Sold by W.. ,. Wallace's I)rg Store.



WORTHI116TON

SPRINGMS


FOR HiEALTH IAND RIECIIEATION.
Situated on the Jacksonville and
Southwestern railroad, eleven miles
north of the town of Alachua. Strong-
eat sulphur in Florida.. Cures Iheu-
mnatism, Kidney and Stomach trouble.
Fine fishing and hunting. First-class"
table fare. Rates $5 per week. Free
baths,
NO.NTICC,
Notice 1s herebhy vven tht. letters of tdj-
Istrationonthe estate of Tr tH. ne-tlle do-
ceaseL-.have been granted bv the County
Judgeof Alehua n outy, Florlidt. to th-e u-
dersgned, and all persons having any clai4s
or dewandi sgalKit sald esttcare ret ruread o
resenta the ane within the time required bv
Iaw or tbey will be btrrd by' limitations. and
all debts mnustt 1e paid Uo ,te&
.rc 7F A. iIEVILLF. Administratrly*
March 4th.. 1w)3.

A)M INSTRATOWS NOTOLC
Notice i hereby aven that six mootbs after
the fis U k1 11V4age r
the first publication hereof I asadminltratoru
of the estate of Ir, M-. Po;iei. deceested. will
a to the County Jude Of AlstohnucOunty,
acid ~ i rr 6,00101M% at anjkd dlftbsge.
.and we r th fria pet~esd aitle ste dou r &f,
voucher. A -1 B .O u.w.
AJt.r. tate"0F. 1, e.
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gone iut-tie 14,0it Inprt
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Are bow 'BingConsidered.

WAILES OLAIM 1.HANGQS FIRE
,. ,,. .
The .Senate .Refuses to Concur in

House Biil'l-1rida School Law to
be Codifiid-Watson and the Florida
A'ruiturI institute,
Wi~h th ez xeption of a few mas.
ares, what remains Upon the eal ,'ndari
of th House arid Senate.w'ight as wAell
die as to be advancedd to ai third read.
ing and slaughtered by eitlier bralch.l
All good measures that are likely to
succeed are now being considered, and
by Friday noonI there will be huriltrds
of dead bills for the bill clerks to bury
the next day.
Therewas one more step taken il
the Wailes claim bill today. This
measure is considIered here, with the
exception of a majority of the House
members, as being a meritorious bill,
and one that should pass. Today the
Senate refused to concur in 6the House
amendment reducing the amount of
compensation to $25,000, and later the
House refused to recede. A confer-
ence comfitatee will be asked and ap-
pointed, but tIhe'e is an organized op-
position tbAt cannot be cvercome, and
if any bill passes it must be for $25,O00.
Another proposition, over which
there has been waged a hot and bitter
fight, was killed in the Senate this af~-
ternoon. This was, Senator Palmer's
bill to enable cities and towns to s-


sess and tax for municipal purposes:
the franchises of all companies, cor-,.,
porations or associations having fran-
chises or exercising any special or ex-
elusive privilege or franchise not al-
lowed by law to natural persons, or
performing any public service. The
proposed law was far-reaching. By
sonime it was considered unconstitu-
tional, and friends of the franchise tax,
bill introd nced a constitutional amend-
ment to strike out the words: "Both
real and personal" in the property ,
qualification of the constitution, so as
to allow the Palmer bill to kpply..
This amendment passed the House, but d'
is tied up in the Senate, There is no,


need for it now, the Senate having'.I
killed the Palmer bill by a vote of 8 to
18.
Doom is also written all over Rober
McNamee's turpentine inspection a ,
analysis bill.. It covers all naval
stores products, and the naval stores
men don't like it. The bill has been
advanced to its third reading in the
House, and has been a special order
several times. It was reached again
this afternoon, and has gone over
again until another day. The naval
stores men say that they will see that--
it is killed, when it does come up.
The general appropriation bill was
reported in the Senate today by Sen-
ator Wilson of the Seventh district,
and will be taken up tomorrow forcon-
sideration.
The general revenue and license and
tax bills are two other important
measures now under consideration in
the House, having passed' the Senate.
Both branches are now considering.
House- and Senate measures as they
are reported, and during the closing
days little else will be done.
The Senate at tonight's session
passed a bill to create a commission to
recast, perfect and codify the school
laws of Florida, and submit the same
at thenext Legislature for enactment-
Mr. Watson's House bill to establish
the Florida Agricultural Institute in
Osceola county, appropriating $5,000
for its maintenance and $5,000 per an-
num for its support, was passed by the
Senate by a vote of 18 to 9.
During the afternoon the Senate
considered SenAitor Peacock's good',
roads bill, and this evening it Wras
passed by a vote of 1 to 9.
The House spent the night session
considering bills on second reading.,.
Had a Good Rain.'
Parties frothi hague setiMon
visited this city yesterday stated
-the farmers were happy, for they wer
visitedby a beneficial .and refrefshl
rain Sunday afternoon, and the.i ops
were greatly benefited and are, put-
ting on a nice growth. The rain did
not extend to tbis section, where the
growers, are suffering greatly This
will place the Hague grower seoyeral
days In adanes of: the croap of the
Oaan~sille section itf rlief los not
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ITIONS

WESTERN STATES

ber of Lives Lost a t To-


peka Placed at 20. f
REPORTS EXAGGERATED.
IP at Kansas City, Mo., How-
Is Still Very Grave-Thousands
fugees Are Being Looked Af-
Relief Committees.
Kans., June 2.--It Is now
at the total number of lives b
flood here will not exceed B'
Sbi
were lost in the fires, and,' h
ulidings were destroyed by cI
al


-rts were unavoidably ex-
The burning of lumber
the impression that the
-nort'hern part of the city
Sno one was found who
matee or the loss of life
er i


Iared away, the
qmunication by
lonal lght on
|fed this moran-
,B, the estimated
Still at North
Sand fifty of
Su-pper story
cey are well


fe

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tb
ri

g
o
0


were ruili-g, RUa W
portable. ... ....,
oable ~ trains gollg to or fro
d.I or wezt or south.
the known the outlet to the s
severe that traffic I
rc. was practically at a
Great Ankfxi
Great anxiety is fe


Garrett. .of the people of Kansas City, Kanas.
Story. There has been no communication
rn, a widow, with that city slnce yesterday, and ex. i
haustive efforts to get word from there
this morning failed of any result.
Five reporters who crossed the Kaw
B both children. river yesterday before tie flood baj
I become so serious -have ncq teen
!i~ are D. H. hC. heard from since. Telegraph and
w, A. 0. Keat- telephone wires north, south and west
f the Hayner i are down and there were only a few
.' nd children wires in shape to do business east
Se'n they re. The river gauge thie morning show-
idnot be found. ed ,35 feet, having risen from 30.7 d-ur
Sa one-story house. Two ug the night. Thi is nearly 9 feet
the river a shirt marked higher than the previoutlf e h record
.ig," was round afloat. made In 1881. There wa k feet of
too.evelt telegraphed to- wator in the unloin depot.
teyenne to Governor Bail- A great, swirllng )ke, dotted with
the assistance of the fed. fonting c cttages, trees, telegra ih polesA
ties, if ,needed, as tfol and other wrecItage, covers the low-
lands as far as the eye can reach.
0, Wyo., May 31.-Hon. W. Similar floating objects --aami rush-
ppeka, Kans.-Am inex- Ing down the Missouri rirc-, some of
hocked at reports of the it Iposslibly from Topeka.
Iamity that has befallen The committees having ln:.harge
there is anything the fed- the work of relief and rescue, wer,
ties can -do, of course let busy today., and a special meeting of
Theodore Roosevelt." the city council was held during theU
age reached the governor forenuon.
This morning. Only one People Given Rations,
Scmn et In nor nut of Ton.


and that is the Santa Fe,
ilmporia. A train was sent
.this morning at 5 o'clock
will be sent out at noon.
Kia the train will try to go
tawa on the Missouri Pa.
irty loss from the best es-
P possible will amount to
ly $1,000,000. The whole
hpe'a Is still under water
- -While the two hundred
up In the y. eond stories
Iulldings have plenty of
We ia great need of good
l"er, which is being sup-
idly as possi-ble in barrels


fear at present te that
buildings la North Tope-
ps e because ft their
-"being undermined by the
re is no- Immediate appre
t .the woolen mill will. go
the same time every of-
made to extricate people
mInt as quickly as posaible
further losk of life.
TrON AT KANSAS CITY.
AIl$et an Island---RIall Commutni
cation Cut Off.
M City, Mo., June 2,---1he 4.-
- apsct of the flood situation her
d no Imtprovrement this morning
that the flrea which it waas fear
nihbt would pread, were put.
he rgai sa-t tihe flood itself


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there been a more cooilete prostra,
tton oa ravlihay trafftio tU exists now
weet, south and north at Knisas City.
T'he approaches to the bridge of the
Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul at
Sheffleld, 10 miles west of Kansas"
City, went Iowa thlsa- morning, al-
tkaugb the bridge is Intact and I bi -h
enough to stand say possible stage
et water.
The Santa Fe brtdge at SIbley, 25
miles fro t here, Is the only satrutu re
of the kind tU! Nstand4ag. Unless the
water blocks the tracks loading to it
this line will innaage to keep up the
service to Ohicago. At the office
of the Santa Fe it w as stated this
morning thatt one train had left for
the west g, ng over the Missouri Pa-
efic tracks to Paola, Kan., thence to
Otttwa ani then on to Cailfcrnin. At
the Mlsou'i Pacific this was (dw'led,


Gives
Perfect Fully nine-tenths of the ills of manidnd can
be traced to irregularities of the mtin)rach
Health and bowels. When these important org.tns
fail to act regularly the sytemn become's Olfuiged wit h
impurities. nd p.rfegt health is initssibil,. Moz-
ley8s Lemon Elixir is a pleas1anSit lemon drink which
acts gently and thorough, ly cleantw the sysitn. It. is
thut perfect liquid laxative, :.td is good for tv.ry
meniiler or the family. Fifty cent:4 a bottle* t all
drug stores. Mo4:ls ey 's Len o n ot i )rwops o Z|
ar(e wi'Ihoit any qal J1a or cotig'h, col), 1
o"t sclrtit. rt t h.oat, tctc. Lemon
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the statoeant bclng made h no ... -....L.-- ... L. -
trains had ,one over (heir lihe today.
The Waebash announced- tA6 romorninig rgurs b0era -Infaltus,
that they ould have a train east at -Dlsrrhoea,0ytateiry, an
10 o'clock lut as this train Was expect. t he BowelT'roubles of
ed to leave ver the MIIwaukee brldg, .'WLA ChlldrDen-otnkAe.
the Wa.bas hopes were blasted :,l RA1W '#l(Kltr as
that line is for the time being, out of the C Ah gnd Mko
Si A A dCosts Only 42 aits at M rulggisT, T.ETAlN( eY.
TminsI Am AhI .... Or mail 2. ret to 6. J. MOCMTTE. 0. ..T LOU1B. MO.


Thousands of refugees at the con- *' ,F
vention hall ma.e their breakfasts The Union Pacific has abandoned all
from the liberal rations liscued by the. efforts to ran trains west and an-
relief committee. The police have { nounced that it would be fortunate if
been ordered to shoot on. sight any is was able to run trains into Topkcka
one c(-aught plundering. inside of two weekS. I
The number of livs lost r n thlty The Chicago, Burlington ud, Qualncy
cannot be learned for some time)uItd ran a train out for Chicago at 9:30
probably never wl t)' known '-efl- i this morning. It carried a number of
nitely. However, there seems to -be st" Inas Passengers, who wll make
ample veriflcalon of reports which connection.s at some points on the
account for the loss of more thn a lne. Another train over thIs road
dozen lives in the bottoms. t came in from Chlei during the forcr
Sn t bottom. ?noon. No train went west. Thte
The keenest anxiety is felt over the DurUngton s usin the Santa V'
situation at Kamsas City, Eans. One tracks out of the station at Twenty-
tracl out ofwthe station: 4. "ut -a T
rumor clreulated neuralsg t night was' seoondo tri t af Granl aenu to




dscredit this ant otha r rnnsatnonal
thatpscores ofThat thee hadi ertshed iom uctely InThe Mi saur, Kansa fr t
that city, bue t-owlng tor regarct thrat eCOa h rulng to usual 1a ry
there has ben abs olutely no com mu-
t 9 o'clock t t wa trails but not fr inht ityh KT
nication with that place since hat er- ty p.arteer.. Thie Alton'i it
there had been general dspof litnfe to force of disi patcrsa is at Inda o
discredit this and otr nsatlonal latelyy traffic il al _drtio. .The
re Jrts.That therre has been i Tri "0 diO g lo an oflbi'al,- 1.4 ,y-
d gs of fte there, however, is regard- ece. ,
As probable." of L Igtoworkott strA t S( os omeaae.-
'No Further Lesof Life. .-. 'The Alton, ran trains out of Irid#-
-At-9 o'clock tWlo mbrnakn it was re-.perdenre, Mo., last night With K.I-n-
vorted at poli0 e headquarters that as.,City paaseng -r9. Thee Ait'1'118-iO--
there-had been no further.los* of lite cal forCe of dtapatchv.rs Is At Indn (1'(! '
daurtngthe night as far "s was known. dence. 'Mo.
Alol stng the bank of the river wag-.
*s qiontatinin ropes were stationed 0E8 MOlf; 03 RtIVEP F~CEID!NC.


xriy in the mornings it was anaouano-
.4 thiat there were a number ,o pre
ple on the Hitrwasuko. brfdge sod it
was decldd to ad th f boat to


i*ml te0 s the story:


ve's Chroi
MIte*pep ..ts.. fMts.pp>s I
KztaAi PflUVnALa r Raa


Mood' Victims Are iS ffrrffng Frcm
"!Many Pr4vaticna.
$ De M .'; JsotI... s J ,un- .' ) ..--I'2 o
SMo .. rv.,r is .ow *back. Jn lts h.ikI.
idaUshia Ite : r'amlnt !a ant


iic -Chill Cu re
s a dN.. ap. me 1 ..
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Phonkneeds. c., Nas t s. tm-t eas tless telsea sy our funkny phymeters in chadensesk to neerBATittit
withouriday whenhow4abtatore yeling eas werentireoreallmenttesterm n*1sweetonshahmasib
lastork was usefulin tasthing trans on, and I has one hand toberov4ty benetials andantratetrairn danger
thatatoconshquantuppsh@West unarn WesxhlU #yranothatwohaweenwtorwardl4.storu@wth trao
candren. annot the necesal ea there a new aby in awhours and unsu two senthing eroubles are over as
we t ke We ure l rec men iscour undminstal t th ho s


baby ~,l-es. fItAIW-KLLk. AYZ1I. (Maar ailly Timea s aJ Wekl 'it i-Mu iS.


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Has Cured Thou
Cure Yo
If you are troubled
adder troubles, sp
right's disease, catar
adder, albumen in
healthy deposits, o0 tc
targe of the urine.
Ad bladder, dropsical
et and legs, etc., etc
at by "using Sanitd
ure, a complete cure
Price 50 cents and $
011NSON BROS.

go fari as rail cot
onceredl the city
knd. The only c.or
hat very un(cert!r.
running southeast.
Business all over i
ended. Manufartu
round were con peoll
wing to the almost
f the Water supply.


TUE GAINESVILLE SUN; JUNE 4, 1903 7
ad U reue. a nteol can bs t reow Ior to the present flood. 1i t o iut imnati e li repoqret near
*. ede fral a hotel alt .t at*t... .. .. ra --
;.:/.* et* loet I oirtelent 'f~i Itoe .To .$rit deel.nlng a the rate of hare, but at Couwcl (Grove, 14 wtede
eetstoaof hrteen a e an2 to a r agnndi actions point owe said to hbave been fotnd. .The
pt rre por whe.: a bS d er toe p. to 5 ?e rEpn0 t4d decline Vro' this on. "Katy" tracb: a re washed out on both
,p tS O the bupl rthe i i treae. coldcotUnuea.,Ba&d the flooei Sides of i.t jiria, but the anta Fe
.strle S' .O the bure14to Thae .... vi lti e ? diHll without Ufficlent has repaired its tracks and tos n-
boat e pactaow ble ordredto.ake thmin hi.g. Pitttil appoa l are made nlng trains from "opeia and Ottawa
ae at 4 practicable motae t. rd itot dry gartments for women an d, ell- to Newton.
wove received thi' s incucre 0011ca pl^ irn e 7d
the flood in that district. They are eeeie 1pniuronia anti above free iggro
SI to be in no immediate dar e c r, neuona an bove f..lu.
however, and probably will not be k1rre dlsoeS. Doctors are un- Ctton Mlls Resume Work.
taken off until late today or tomorrow. Whto t lp. so numerous are the ow une 2.-Tbe gate
L an coweUt, ,Ma'h1a., June 2.----The gates
Looter Ordered o. ca s n co fta erultluat tOhra e larseehStt,. Merrimach.
Lootor Ordered (rmi .xpsure scmI Inoevktabie. Bootee, Tnromnnt nud Suffolc, Ha-mLil
sands, Will Word was brought to iollco head& Tme mtalipox hospital was siurround tn and Apl OU quarters this morning that a number e,,l by water aivnd the col an-l foohgt bon elosad for nine weeks by
oat men were looting 'houses In the east supply was cut oft for two iys. but reason of labor troubles, were opeis b
with kidney or bottoUs. They bad improvised rafa thti anxious inutos ,have been re- tson The ILwrencO mwl r which
uh as dropsy, m~de from boards, and by propelling asns J Y by the (',Clining of the water, e party closed, also resumel, Only
jh, gravel of the them with poles were maKting their T:o r':veral food and ol famintn about 4,000 operatives reap.dt out
urine and on- way Into the ,houses through the sec.- that wO th. ite::ol yesterday lI now of hou 8.000, who had been idh'.
oo fre(Iqent dis- ond story wlndows. As soon as this bcl.:cved to have hien avert- President Conroy, of the T'extilo asso.
pain in the baek word was received by Chief of Police tl, as tr,'nis and boIts have sr'e-..'.l action, sa that rorts from m't,.
sI welling of the HB.yes, he ordered a dotachnient of in rachinhe tirciht cars trandid ou t- i s hldi y ythe various unons Ilcdl.
., w0- guaraniLce officers to the place with strict orders side t:-c city. it hod b't ninety lrr cont of the sal1
hlt Sure Kidnoy I that if the story was found to be true, Tio Norc'h'Ot -rn, l.Nnucnro!pa anmi *d org tianlze, help went into tho mnll'.
,will be ilfeted the thievea should be shot down at .Ct. I. ilI beee d o Ing ti:ns irregiulArly, 'hoats and hahs I pon o ther operatives is satl,:s 1.00. For sale by At 11 o'clock today the weather bu- be;; t n'pu)ye to tmnsi)ort apasseu- try.
reau Issued the following .r to and fro:n the trains beyond tho
~ There iftToiabl will be little iange foodd dilstilct. Other railways are Anarchs t Hold Meeting.
un was the river condlUons atiKansas City still tied up. Ohico, ,runo 2.-IHor Johann Mo t
wa's slm1st an is. during the next 24 hours. tight fluc --.- was the plreial spealor at a plenic
mnIunication, and ttiations mean but little in the way of AT EMPORIA, KANS, given ystcrdt.y nafteruoon at Sharp
was b. a road relief so long as weather conditions --- --. Shooters, nuldor the asuspies of th
remain unsettled. A storm area Is Fourteen People Drowned-Prope:ty Arbiltrzoitting. Many i atuiarchIt
hbe ety was sus- central In the middle Mississippi val- Lccas Raechea Thouoands. were presentt, rand a dotall of police
rers on high ley, from which the west has not yet Inrhioria, Kmns., Juneo 2.---he north wia asttioned in the provte. Ararchy
ed to sH -t wn emerged, and the threatened develop, forki o the Nuosho hban fallIN 11i feet, was not dismissede'. Most advis,! his
totol shutting oLt ment of another storrm area in the luti th:e south fork of theo Cottonwood audience to uphloll- tho flag amnd tth
No street cars southwest carries no assurance of tim- i now 6 inches higher than at any Oonutitutlon of the United States, and
vere any railroad mediate relief. time uin 2?0 ye.rs and ahothor 2-foot refrain from any Rcta of violence.
om the ctty north Light to'noderate rains have fallen rise h ,s -reaclhd Strong City, 20 mile
The blockade, at to the Kaw and middle and lower I wc.;t.. lci'.tits from the country Indi. No New Plague Case0.
Cutheast, was so Missouri valleys in the past 48 hours, cate th, the valley of the NoeehIo if N1ow York, ,.tne --.No new ca-sei
In that direction and rain Is falling over the greater (,.,'.,t t.ste, of the Plague0. t 0Iqque, acordig t(
sta-ndstill. part of Kansas, Iowa. Missourl and Thmoi.n : at-lf dollars' worth of farm a Herald dispatch from Valpralso
Nebraska this morning. property on.1 crops were washed away Clle. The majority of the doctor
sty. Fet. Railway Traffic Completely Blocked. and hundirels of head of cattle, hogs there declare the diseaSe It not the
ll ror the safety (Never In the history of the west has rai nJ ( sle wore dro0wnodil No bonto plague.


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ROOf Iiorn s liver oil spada
Shaving palaiable asmk. It is
secounet% ths resu1 and soothgag to the wca
"achg It cheks the ten-
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thin *} +" ::*" .n. t.0n4e dness. D
She a *ase aniong ~ S Emulsion bcu$se gives



.- i the iy on business and nfow blood.rich, nourishing
s terday.N sing others will

rathreay. glow of rich nourishing
.... he.p.....est h*m .sltrai pcoma', i m ilk for the baby. M breand
you3,g nn ia that section, was trading. better than a medicine; *1,
n the ity yesterday Scott's Emulsion is a food. d
SMrs. W C. Wallac and soi HarnWey We'll sed yu a sample'free upon request. v
|^ '" | departed yesterday for Bayport, where SCOTT & IoWNE, 409 P Street, New York. t
they wiht be the guests of Mr. and' E a
S... 'MriJohnson for.. few days. '] C. Lewisof Hawthorn was trading in fl
-a8141, 1n tampier of Hague was the city yesterday.
PSE' U ...iV 7 EErthe city yesterday or the purpose W. W. Geiger of Micanopy visited n
SOfattending the meeting of the Board this city yesterday.
"V'w f M SUU bSIu of CountyU OonBissioners, of which Wh in need of yellow pine shingles
s a member.' write to T. 3. Cone, Raleigh, Fla.
S ' *Mr."'and Mrs. F "S. Curl of Archer Gebrge Irwin, agent of the Seaboard fl
S/ * * " r -- -; -.' '.". were in the city yesterday. They Air Line at Fairbanks, was a visitor to h
oh I ha o id was were accompanied by Mrb and Mrs. this city yesterday. t

FD amTg thetrader in y Henry Felson Wiliston, who are BF. MeOal, a naval stores operator o
Visit ing in Archer of Fairbanks, was transacting business d
T Morris t H eP, .Ramsy ofWacahooa, a in this city yesterday. t
Geyoug chants o the r of the Board of Oounty Corn- Deputy Sheriff J3. W. MeOan, and
S ontycapital a business visit yeeer- miioners from that district, was in Justice L. J. Knight of LaCrosse were s
attters Of Gneral Int eret th -" the city yesterday. He came for the among the visitors to this city Tues- d
S.., purpose of attending the regular day. They are two of the most effi-
ii e dby Our Rp.. J 3. L hesserof LaCrosse, one of the monthly meettIng of the board, cent officers in the county. E
pr0C. Le ineof"..r.doithatiectio H e L a
PR NAL AND SOO!A ITEMS wais an.th ue vto t Mis H.3. Advrews of Live Oak. one J. A. Maultsby, the brick manufae- u
PERSONAL AND OAL TEM w it yesterday o of the most esatmable young ladies of turer of Campville, was transacting d
i p ennrda e ts that town,' ha arrived in the city, and business in this city yesterday. He is
Wlhat Ha Happened and What is olhg T. Kennard has returned to this will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs T. P. making an excellent quality of brisk, t
to Happen Told i Short Paragraphs city, after several months spent Hay for some time. Miss Andrews is and states that the demand keeps his
STh Who M South Florida. The friends of Mr possessed of a very entertaining nha- plant busily engaged,
SThat "H he Kennar are glad to welcome him. ture, and will likely makemany friend 3. H. Osteen of Cow Creek, a mem-
lt.in The Sun. Mrs. E; L. Hammargren of Jackson- here. ber of the Democratic Executive Corn- c
TueS'ay~# )at in ville is in the city, the guest of friends Major E. W, Peabody of the Times- mittee of Alachua county, was a vis-
Geo, M. Rogers of Wade was a via- The friends of Mr. Hammagreh will be Union, after a couple of days spent in itor to this city yesterday. He came
itorto this city yesterday. pleased to learn that he is holding a this city on business, departed yester- for the purpose of bringing the ballot
Mrs. R. F. Ormand of Windsor was lucrative position in Washington, day for points in South Florida. The box of Tuesday's election.
"shopping in the city yesterday. 8. F. Waits of Grove Park was a vis- oarrier's agency of the Times-Union LeRoy N. Pearce of Alachua, one of .
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. DeLand of'Kirk- io tor this city yesterday. He has the has been turned over to Sam Bennett, the leading merchants of that section,
1^wood were among the shoppers in this contract for furnishing the poles for one'of the most energetic young hus- was among those who paid Gainesville f
isty yesterday, the Gainesville Gas and Electric Light tiers in the city. visit yesterday. Mr. Pearce states
t o. F. Adamson of Windsor was Company and 'reports 'excellent pro- nrm Thursday' aage un: that Alachua business is holding up
aml as thl oye so paid the county gross in thoworf T. B. Kennard of Waldo visited this excellently considering the season.
ital visit yesterday. The friends of Walter A. Sigsbee are city on business yesterday. Mrs. J. F. Bunch went Tuesday to
D.'. Ht. ]Powell of High Springs, one of glad to see him in the city again, after O. L. Rogers of High Springs visited Ft. White, having accompanied the
the leading merchants of that place, an absence of nearly two years. Wal- Gainesville on busmiess yesterday. funeral cortege of the late Mrs. W. H.
wsa business visitor to this city yes- ter is looking well, and says he is D. A. Miller of Micanopy was among Carter to that place. Mrs. Bunch will
'terday. pleased to be at home again. He ex- those who visited the county capital be for the next few days a guest of her
RIon. W, C. C adwell of White piotsato leave for Jacksonville today, yesterday. porents, Capt. and Mrs. T. W. Getzen.
rings, editor of that excellent p- but will probably return to GainevilleLea harming oung lady of Jmes utto of Newerry theefi-
'p*er, the White Springs Herald, spent shortly. lie as a nice position ten- Miss Lane, a charming young lady of JTames outts of Nhewberry, the efli-

ir, the White Springs Herald, spent ory ded him here. awthorn, was shopping in the city ei~nt superintendent of the Imperial
hort time nay inthi city. re imere. yesterday. Phosphate Company, was among the
0. Dickey of High Springs, Justice J. T. Adams of Albion, the efficient For yellow pie shingles l's and 2's, visitors to this city Tuesday. We
J. A. Ohamblin of Archer and 3. W. young manager of the Albion Chemi- prompt shipment, write T. J. Cone, called at this office and had his name
Williams of Wade were among those cal Export Company, was among those Raleigh, Fla. su-wd-w enrolled on The Sun subscription list.
1i Who paid this city a visit yesterday, who registered at the Brown House F. E. Bryson departed yesterday for Jas. F. Taylor of Tampa, the clever
SThe friends of Mrs. W. P. Oarter will yesterday. Mr. Adams has only been Montbrook, where he has accepted a traveling passenger agent of the Sea-
iregret to learn that she is seriously ill in this section a short while, but is re- lucrative position as bookkeeper, board Air Line, was in the city yester-
iat her home, 608 South Arredondo garded as excellent authority on plhos- Justice A. 'D. Chamblin of Archer day on business connected with his
reet, and rust that she will soo01 re pht.e. He expects to make a big was among the visitors to this city yes- line. Mr. Taylor is one of the most
'.over. thing of his venture at Albion. terday. He made The Sun an agree- widely known young passenger men in
~ Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Ormand and Mr. and Mrs. 3. B. Wilcox departed able call. .the State. nf
"on;BRoy, of Windsor were among the yesterday for Early Bird, Mrs. Wil- Harry Robinson, a progressive cient member of the Board lof County
vslitrto this city yesterday. Mr. cox has been residing in this city dur- young merchant of acahoota waCommissioners from that district,
troand is one of the most enterprising ing the past school term, in order to amount those who visited Gainesville after two days spent in this city, re
eBldeint5 of his section. give her children the advantage of the yesterday turned to his home yesterday. He
J'. F. Townsend of Campill was excellent schol facilities here. The [iss Pearl Hackett, a charming came for the purpose of attending te
nK-ong the visitors to this city yester- family will rmain at Early ird until young lady of Starke. after a pleasant meeting of the board Tuesday.
s ty. Ho states that the farmers of th a erm e te will visit to Mrs. T. W. Pitte in this city, Phillip Miller has purchased several
at section are bady in need of rain ta u their residence here returned yesterday to her home. She lots in South Gainesville abutting the
tii0 thiat the crops are suffering. A number of boys from Gainesville made many friends here who will be Micanopy rock road, and will probably
IiDir. ,. D. L.Tenoh returned Sunday went to the Sink Sunday and pro- glad to welcome her again, erect several residences upon the prop-
toi,0m Sieabreeze, where he attended ceede~ to rob the baskets of Hilleary J. B. McDonald of the Kelley-Mc- erty. The lots are among the most
S41meeting of the Florida Dental As- and Malphurn two men who are en M Donald Lumber Company was among desirable in that section and the
,eiatiotn. He was honored the with gaged at fishing for a living at that the visitors to this city yesterday. He homes will no doubt rent readily.
l'41tinlotbio of president last year. place. They were discovered by Mr. states that the veneering department The first watermelons of the season
4.-&,. Williams, one of the leading Hilleary, who would have caused their of the mill is now running at full were on the Gainesville market yes-
t t'esidets and business men of Cedar arrest had it not been for the inter- blast, and the demand for the output terday, and G.S. Merchant & Co. de-
'^ey, passed through thle city yostcr. forence of parents, who agreed to pay is good. The 'saws will be started in a serve the credit for introducing them.
idl' aen route to Lake City., where he all damages. It is to be regretted that few days, when Alahcua county can They were of very fine variety, and
Shas been called oon a brief business the boys were not possessed of that boast of. one of the largest and most readily sold at fancy prices, bringing
i MPK. 'consideration which should master modern saw mills in the State,. from 40 to 60 cents.
W. B. Ellis .of Cedar Key came toi their desire for what they pleased to B. F. Camp of White Springs, a Mrs. S. W. Hall of, St. Louis, after
this oity Sunday on a brief visit to term a "good time," and hereafter member of the firm of B. and B. F. a pleasant visit of several months t


latitVBs, returning yesterday. Mr. they are warned that they will be Camp, extensive lumber manufactu- her relatives, the families of L. T.
gllts ilengaged il the wholesale fish prosecuted for such acts. rers, was among the prominent visitors Roux and E. C. McMahan, departed
binesatOedar Key, and his friendss H.ugh Morrow departed yesterday to this city Wednesday. The firm not for her home yesterday. This es-
l gl athe information that he for Philadelphia, where he has accept- only has on of the most modem and timable lady mad many friends here
Ip r-ospltu,. ed a position as inspector for the Mid- largest sawmill plants in the State, who regretted very much her depart-
ltno e visitors to this oityt ville Ste l Company, one of the largest but own and operate a railroad from hre, but trust to greet her again 'next
Ird a Ia Link of Windsor, one of and ost wealthfi corporations in the Welborn, Columbia county, to White season.
Soldst and mot highly respected State. The company manufactures Springs, a distance of about fifteen IEcaped, Saturday, May 28, one
S ies ofthe ouaty. Mr. Link is under contract from the government a miles. Dowd'Green, sentfrom the district of
fing front the loss of an arm many large number of guns, cannon and L. Hall of' Orange Heights wai Bradford county. Description:
1ago. -e Isaa Confederate vet- other niaterial used in the army and among the visitors to this oity yester- eignches, wor o. ie t
,.Mavingr enlisted-i Oo'pany 0 naVy, making a specialty of the lat. day. He oame for the purtpoe of de- left cheek one inch long, and about
enth Florida, which waa organized ter. Mr. Morrow has resided in this livering the ballot box to Chairman forty white specks on his right arm the
~ 1esvOllle under cote11.d of Cap city virtually all his lif and for the Thomas of the Board of County Corn- seo a No4 hot Co mplexion dark
P H. Dudleyl att t beginning of. past few years has held a lucrative and misaloners. Mr. Eall, states that s'reward of 20.or hs ro
:r. Mr. Link It a native of responsible position in the bank of Orange Heights w ent Wet by a safe ,to. iAoone 'wnarof 4Wl Feterr
.u Carolina, but *ae to his Ditton A Co. He is a young man of majority, which may probably be at- escaped May 29th. Description. Age
awhen a mere lad 1k 1*8) i thUg exelotal qnhalities, and his friends in tributed to the fact tht it has ea height abu flve tet
Asor, where hre hall 4e thiCAs irlty regret very much to lose di4ues inly dry In that section for Weigot10 u dS #
ed a progresve re- him. They wish him. abundant sue- the past few week-s and aa rerlt de foo tn a Il-a i. rdfoforM
'os, bw'eyr, Is hIs new home. %he W alld Osareult the a a o
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Practically as It Was Submitted by the
Committee-Friends of the Bill, of
Which There Are Many, Are Jubilant
Over the Prospects.
Special To The' Sun:
Tallahassee, uTne 8--The House to-
day rejectedlthe amendment firs re-
ducing all' school appropriatIons one-
half, and second one-thid., The mew-
bers are now debating the aiendbment
increasing the age of admlitance to
sixteen years. It is believed that the
entire bill will becomaue a law praMti-
cally as submitted by the ooniittoee.
Attendance is Large.
The examination ..of applicants for
teachers i the public schools 6f Ala-
cua coni began inithiWs clty yeter-
day os nd oth white and col-
ored exainao are largely tt -
d. *At Ath .li i: tee wo ffty-
ai whitee ind wei~t yn
tsahei4. wad it ia exneesaat*1hafc aun~n


RY"B A LAkGEQ AJORITY 4

Gr~t Victory for the iti
Who Have ,worke. r d
fully fi Their cu e--aisv1s
GOes Dry by 40. :
Judgipg 'fron:' the return ichl
ere received in this'eity up to late
ur last nigh, together witeothe ot
I Gainesville, itis fa tregonei fia..
on that Alachua county :will b s
ry as the proverbialobon for t4he iext .
vo years at least. It will be .no.'C
hat the victory for t he dry people was
sweeping on.' very precinct of the
rst six sending in a return in favor of.
he drys, in the greater n'unbr -o
Lses polling a heavy vote against ell-
ng.
The result in Gaitesville was a great
surprise to every one. The wets were.
confident that the city wood poll at
east fifty imajorlty for tueI, a tidhias
ad been conceded by the majority of
hose working for prohibition. Instead
f polling fifty for the wetA the con-
itions lacked only :tw of reversing
Lie resuit..
The day passed of qdletly, notwith-
tandingthat a great deal of work was
one at the polls on both sides.
The canvass will be made by the
Board of County Coomtnissioners Sat-
irday, when the official result+ will be
declared. In the meantime the sa-
oons will continue to do business.
'hey opened promptly at6 o'leo kyes-
erday morning, and matters appeared
he same as usual.
THE NEWS FROM ARCHER,
Losing of Miss.. Bell's School-Other
Notes of Personal Interest.
Archer, June l.-Mrs. J. T. Fleming
pent a few days in Jacksonville last
meek visiting her daughter, Mrs. E.
)'Donald.
Guy Fleming will leave tomorrow
'or Poughkeepsie, N. Y., where ho will
enter the Eastman Business College.
Miss Etta Hancock is conducting a
summer school at Hawthorn.
The private school of Miss Minnie
Bell will close a very successful term
this week and the commiecenent ex-
ercises will take place at the town hall
Friday evening. An appropriate pro-
gram has been arranged and all are
cordially invited. Miss Bel1 will re-
turn to her home in Virginia very soon.
Miss Annie McLean is home again-
after a term at the seminary in
Gainesville. Her many friends are de-
lighted to have her with them again.
Dr. DePass has his tennis court, com-
pleted and is ready for players.
Mrs. Fisher, who has been in Archer
forseveral months, left for his home in
Boston Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hahn will take up
housekeeping in the W. A. Wood
property. Their son, who has been a
great invalid and who has been at the
Magniolia hotel all winter is a little
improved in health,
Dr. DePass has bought a fine pair of
horses at Ormond and expects them in
today.

THE HOUSE DEFEATS

TWO AMENDMENTS

That Branch Does Not Desire Ap-
propriation for Schools Reduced.

MEASURE WILL BE PASSED




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