Title: Gainesville daily sun
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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 11, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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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: VID01902
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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,N .1R S AINDESVIE JUNE 11, 1903 TEN CSNTSAWJ

itrios pdNewport. -eae oR jgp witch 'declares that ,the rbo 41 i
i' & riFOOo HAS t e tlotIOn it -i.t -, th taxT onat alrain Involves a ceodil REPORT L
10, FL000 HAS the coE,...r OF BURE AO
to dlatribute the sufferers in the vil, l. .and utlou disturbance ,o trade d and
PASSED ST. LOUIS !e aonhe Wb.h as n .SBANIYt AURER' r e orteoooFo CONi
At .7 o'clock .the official ue regl .... t if any taxes are removed !t alould . .. ..
'.. .... ..^----- -te:'dea 37.4 foet. The' tread of tht .. ... -*."'.. "" levied on tea and other article lo 0.s, fte R Wati of Mississippi Rush- this m ngln seni to beto rise1X',ll Py brsax I e fa con otth edao n eXreSlee arin Wintearl p
but the volunie of wAter coming from l or tho debat opened PrO,. .
STowelrdd Culf. abnve ii spreading out and does nolt Z C U 3'04 BRalfour ascertanedl Ifom John Red..
WQ$ r.:OO.DI:*-DEr--- ImaRke b tseJf apparent on the gue WARRATo 'I OUT dod, the Oish itiader, that the Na, tREAT DAMAQI TO THE eROPS.
SPOODTDE 8 RECORDE I ty aded hes WARR O Otlonllst memborI t pftriTament would teWRATo
J, tho trt-citles, Madison, Venlc Wiloy Thr- wport tl e goveranieAt as agalns Cotton .In .aste. oBet H
Rot 0 dicate 1 Ing that at least 1,000 men, womeU ChArgle \We of Hio Son With Ad' Sir lHenry Oanmpbell-fannerntc.u, had Made GoQot Grotwth, but is Very
Al~ sotn, Granite City and Venice aid children are in a precarious condil ministering Btry htinc, Which already announced that his part, Grasy and Much ..n Need Of Bunt
Stion They are awaiting re cue.m 0o also uphold the proposal oi~ line.
Ie r the at Fisd GntorieA c nd an te CAd Chanctl-or of the f.xcho uor ) itthie


tt. Louis, Mo., June 10.-At th4
rat of fromt 8 to 10 miles an hour
the'VilIstlppI river, over half a mlo
widile sad 0 feet deep In the channel,
As pouri g. past St. Louis toward the
Auli '. -P : a week the river, slowly at
r4t :, std thenn gaining in speed, crept
OUt .: its ordinary confines until on
'Jun 4, 1003, it had established a higis
Walter. mx4k. of 37.5 feet, the highest-
loo4dtde since the same mark was
t ifflctisly established in 1858. The
river is Anow receding. Thirty feet
above, l ow, water mark is the danger
line for St. Louis, and the river rose
714 feet above the danger line.
The crest of the flood has passed
St. Iouts, and any further destruction
to te wrought will be from the possl.
ble crumnbliig of undermined build.
Ing, a'nd to the country below, this
ointt, danger of which Is lessened by
the spreading of the river over the
lowlands.
RaPid falling of water, It is expect.
ed, will quickly drain the inundated
section on the Illinois side, where the
property loss will be heaviest, and re
pairs. to the damaged property will
oon. b3 possible.
Death List Increasing.
Reports are comig Iln i om 'A4i-
e''lon, Granlte City and Voenlce, which
Indicate the death list may be larger
ythan"firt estimated. It ta knIown
that at least 20 people have been
drowned in that vicinity. A report
wa; received early today from New,
port, a small town 3 miles from Gran-
Ite City, that a school 'building iII
whicz are sheltered 50 children, was.
tottering and threatened to collapse
at any moment. Appeals wore made
for asslatance, but there was no way
to reach 'them from St. Louis or East
St. Louis, the only places that can
now render aid.
City Attorney Robert Htigneur, *I
Sfloode-t Venice, 'Is reported' by bh rel.
atlves to be missing and they fear he
peristhed wben the city wAS overwb hem
ed. Deputy Coroner Wi'.WI BalI.
horln, of Madison otu e tlb sp .on ,
rYtho lived In YVerce*, t". iW 'e give#
uip as lost. Lucuii IUt ea: wife
who lived in Madison, are belteUed te
have been drowite tin the Otr*el*t
of the levee that floodt 0t1t town,
Willianm Anchor and Mrs. ( tton i
'her inntat have been itninsg ftr sTW
'eral dat, and It is thought they per
thed. . .
Anpd go reports are coming In, but
they corot Ibe verified untvtl o ld i
Shall have been restored; and that will
ot be :ntti the floa shall have sub

n. lp:, lox Develop** ...
I. one party of refugees near Bit
wardIvle, four tases ot emalipoX 4*e
S:rel3ped : terday and the' discovert
struck teT:r In the minds of the a
|toMtuats.f The olieltts of MLa to A
county ar doing all. l thelr poweV
to ietate the case adn prevent a.
,pr5 of the Mie. ".
Noanaos families, pennless ands
havig so fields to whom to go,, r
ftse to leave their Gooded hop4e w
They live h. the secoti storl" and
reW,, spas w .hat fted M
.e on bejt when th, food
msfl eases thee people
y .tarrves and food wit!
them by men in kfits
Iy Filid Re"am, #**A&


t9& enttoM. thee san erttt
vases esa a-aI -


houses and other points above the flood Gaeevill, Ga.r u 10,-Jolin W to remtt the grain tax. This prae, Washington, June 10--The weather
are in less danger or immedisti Tuner, fatUer f 'ey ,F F a.er. tcally ensured the government of dle bureau's weekly report of crop confuo
death than starvation. ho dfed under aus p 4s circumsta ut it at the hand of its own support tlons is as follows:
Immediate steps are being tal-o oe at his lome inGtnobdistrict thi r. & i lEcosailv raM in the lowor M1a, 1i*,
taken to remove these people to plaWes county, Saturday, May li, as swvorn The ourlous 1ituatloa created thE slssippj, central Missais lpp and Ohio
of safety and comparative comfort. I out. before Jtusitce ot the eace A. keaest laterest. __ vaUleys, Tenne8oe. the CAroltlias iand
.East St. Iuis, where the railroad Persey, a warrtnt a*nast Mrs. Oni 0NT NEAR UNION have Interruted tarm work
yards are flooded, the conditions an Trhnf.r, wi.e of the lung man wh0 ACCIDENT NEAR UNION, 8. C. O oa great t fa wor
toe same as yesterday. All last night Aid, ohght th urder. oagto cr
men were at work strengthening th Tihe warrant wturped over to Bridge Gives Way, Preclpitating Men especially in the eentelt Mislsi ppi
levee that Is keeping the water baclh erlit M. 0. Gilmer of Hall county, into River, and lower Missouri Valleys, the flood
from the business and residence see ao 4 tho offIcer mate y loft ot Uon, 0.4 Ju'ne0 -Nws roach, l o M p river at t
ttons of the city. The railroad aBto, the home oa L Wrsank Dfncan, 6lathe ed here it iht of a t .rrN au 1. ois t lng 1h itgh(Ie. f ale 1068. stand
tton shows no improvement. of te young woman, whe she l stay 'ent at Broad river brido e on the that n the Mitouri riv at Kansaa
r tQ m rodtie arrest a ier brideg'hl-
N. .toGaive reat0 inabrrt Seaboard Air Lue railroad. .urirnt City since 1844. The protracted and
BOY HIGHWAYMEN. I to Qansvllle toi incarcrat he flood of Saturtay 700 yards l probably unprocd td spring drouth + r
. .:. *. 1 i t IT cou the trestle was wah wv frnt the coniltus rcleally "unbroken n -I I
They Hold Up and Rob Palssengef s teState chmlstfoarded the re .. ap ',b be na n rn Ioat ar i
on Electric Car. wlt of ,his iuvestiations to Dr. J. I U cotty. The railroad Now York Much c omin to
Seattle, Wash., J.tne 10.-W~th a M'lldi, of Flowero Brwe ch, who i pbope have sont a ptle driver to begin bl n planted In tlhe MlIssouri MlAsNIsip
revolver levelled at their hea a, eight mdlatel4y communicat.4 the same to work of. repiring the troutle. The ap hi and Ohio valleys, whore the plant
passengers on ant elevtrle troet A #uj' W, Tnngr at t ome nea pr ach from the north side seeooed to Is greatly Int ne. of cuitvaatin and,
were forced to arrend6r their ltnut mountain 'e Intact, TLhe driv r had to be muIch drawnd, Plantng esu
ables to two robbers, supposed to be Tanner at ontce htthed up his team brought across to. begin the work of ed t Nebraska aui Iowa dr 'ing the
boys, late last night. Acae m to GainesVl, whore the during the piles Odn t( s iOe. latter part of the week 'wheri under
they forced the conductor and me warrant was swo .t at 5:30 li. M Th attempt was mat When the moat ufvorable condItiosta the aerr l
e a to g Insi and while one lb result .f thec4tlst's analysis It hW ,
went through tho passenger pock. showednl ne-tenthottao o trv. i n de t wl b recd un
.eta the other held a revolver About ntie. in the stomach ad glass fron dde brf th, engine and drit gave and th' Oo, t enthraly pp d
$8-0 and sever watches were s W3tch milk IWas trank. This, es rewof ton were prelpiatod aito tha lower M lsourl yal I i in the tW
cured. -- "sul ,lent to aatiefy'T* o ner, a nd le at i:ver. " last ne -ed .s tri t t e tro has, a .
It,--- "eos t procooeM to thea t out-i war t l n this lina th ti ml a ti 1iQch 1damae f e
T--ROO:PSe ODRDa,.hrgg his .ti re ltuti mber of killoi, as the' rail Over the northern lart 0f thesouth',
Trouble etween Prohbitiot atlearl tod t people do not seem to care to era state, m provotM e in arily
L. SL' ,. 0 44i:"i MniTos. -, ......a Anatpobl, but dit Inold t ut it tihey report the lotts noted.. arvetlug t ,progre 4
three kil0ed.LH apidly in Tens,
^tioupten. ex-, Juvene Aotnitf'cepy a1 cell.1'1 the o. womrep hasbLen peat to Hmptoe the noet trw of super t ior. ourt, C N THE belt made goodrowth, bat i vry:

Scontest i n o lle county and th AtFult peed Trains Crash Near P0rt shno, whilo Vortlo:s of tihe oent'ra
a contest in Wuller oun*tyan et e ef o
antis secured an Injunction' Th SWALLOWD C:AR0O'IC ACID. Hill, 8'". dilgrlet durtire the etaleM t f o tho -
..... nihts durlittho early p o t ,
prohibitionists held a mas meeting, '- -- Charlotte, N. C., June 10.--Southert week. (h'o showers were very bent*
declared the Injan-etion ilIegal anid 8tranS ManM Creates Exitement o; railway train No, T, the fast maml efical- in Texas, where chopping hasb "o
void and gave the saloonlists until New York Ferry Poet, from New York to New Orleans, whlh prolgr ssed rapidly. Vonsirderahle dam
Tuesety to COe u p i under 'e aityI f :
beig losed. uAn appeal was them 'New .York: Jtie 10.-An. unideutt ts 9ow rotted vi Columbiaoa ecoonf sue by web worm t reported .from' 'i
Sto thd man a ittd ide of the recent food,. uilldd with nrthorn Texas and by ct wrms
ade* Lto -:he- enr ,e r hofted I b:t nr g lt toboi n eerlab twO,"t
bt was 'referred, and, the dtant. a wallowing 'c6rboic ach In the pres tr q t t 1ne o .t rill, ... b i rwi cen tral ad' vt
eral was sent to Hempetoa' to te. ence of. 0 ore. 0 wome, p" "gors -uu'.t .6 80o o'clock Mondtesy aternoou, coun tlos The crop alsoh .tah'
tgate. The result is the ordn oii' the ferry bat leaving the Batte ; Only one anu, aEnglner .W A. WIt r4 damage by Ingt I ldia T
'out of.troops. What wil be. te for. aihynt street, lfft s o"n, ofCluea, Si. t.. w*as noion "rit'ryand by n os in M.i W fl.4
outGom. annt. no-be pic' te. S Wn t women re-izei4 t ba: n d. :. .e anure w lao Wbroe eIes r weeks a. a
oeral sal is were'treentdly ,wren 1o aped, they ran atothde, sre' a bg and 'brusedbso ha 'aa%#s obe avple orbi ot

onsa. t pilo aterhot, rto sop tb e oatk eare autt Thted contact4i' 4o1d 4e aoutl threthof tb: '
ora_____ 'te man' boardeds h thehost a t a beabd en at ful .ee fLisad orseutted 0 lwbo res, avin tAsrk.avflbt
t* hig.lO.th theeng ians weeiy dimendt Wi progress Iadtrcs, Gots taIdsa
*a Mn O e MsoVtpeikslpny ft "aekin htr ton upa b r d' eALL i thO pStlsk
few7t4o 2e la-tOaere $srMyondn,fts t 1pu r af e
o tien hadet o of'bily hrm tdh a ttraed th tnt bsment ie r eh sartingtnl, vbl






.aryc for the authorities t oo drdst 1 : 1 ore : s h-i, ttue Prap e wdisto W.a'H. St*b t Ded O.lit


or t extendty rofdeta Ihi, secet orte. S olt 1 5' to. hn'^t4o^ ti
vcee ag4pets ho pntbthe SudtAt h d enih trtwbo tbottley fIrCs:h i1Wimago,& w. ,I
"e olWe .ad::ait... (i1taes **".r h Wiog o 0., Or to s *-W ,' S
. aritb W.re P'h0,rae ....,:a th-.eb-tle epU ItbW itt 7t O5 0
nsville a -. att June 1 -f wa. 'tr 4 f t K tennl reda e tker ant rw

MstkShen the or o : .. oes -notme n a ..sat]"a"I*h.M ea nt t. St ** a,
rlflt. fore **"II# (at t. ..e W i jtlarid, b. 1tht0








plenty 4o urta 4baestepmtAst
TELEOts41t IbS M dt..s"*`S t oe o~ I.oofIOtx' Io
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taory tohe thomrm m.. .... .. he e lt hbt o *s t AtS
th m '4b wtm*ftr. .jt... 110 ... J e **ia # aI r i g,, hthe W d e
etb wo r "a rst l rn des# ,, "t, -. a e o ..
a. .teyate t .or rte1 t.atAtss ll ...t-" ..the d1 t b.rred the ..i.. Mae e o U
wir eo o lnIe a_ ",este t .e rea ne pem .,.n4 *ae& pe l rSw lest ewestg adit .o.


por t o r tros' Wi r I*s 'oeste am s sht r
WIW- W-'(abIt toe t t otei g a e vi all.e
1 e"0r eT. M ..teis left Il, I4%" ."tY







I.,1! -eooM waehu ^,B* So^,niH -mi.i .Beil,. thi:^
. .w .B B*,oil.
u = M j
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S "A Wonde, Work Remedy for ..... -- ~.1..11..

Y HEAY *R# Wome n." Says M4rs wP n. T REOT I
W3orthyb o LIBERALITYo0*PO1IOX CO
o to Oaops at PAIN Oopslerattlon PROMPT ?AYME:T
0fng. Heights. ke IJLtlT We cover these important points and6respectfull
PR(ANt, l. I ... ..
S. : .. ,.... .. solicit a share of your business.
TTO .AND CORN 0 T. ... 1
i es. stnes an trngtens Weak i, iKnownf, AccildInt t Health 1nune
4hB t i.mmted to e ection and Organs a: Ind:vig tes the" .
he Downpo0r Lasted for Several Agents for the
S:Wqoe eSster aendkann
Stonbe^tween Melrose and Paine's#Celery Compound ha been r ulres'eommeneed to make Vmyic 01
geeisvirsited by a torT speciallyprepared,or the relief and life merable. Though I sought the 0ixO llO:nl..aRti, O' bLiO- .
Sad ra.in. storm on Tuesday and cure of' many althents th at aftlit b.at ie. al advice, my sufferings: The "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties contemplate
ht1h di consaderable damage women, andait iever fall to give a seemed to increase, and recently, upon ing the purchase of a safe, or anything in that line,
t4 i t dhde crops of that section. nw and healthy tone to thefemale or- the aidvie of a friend, I used Paine's from a box to a bank vault, will save money
Sreceived from that section gans; it removes relied dbii.ty and Celery ompound, and found it to be by consulting us. Call on or address,
R b.ho w.n* to d: o *t tHlhte 'pertect' tiecretip L" yurixeuv x :s .0

4 by being blown down, and that in Vineland, Cai,, writ.ei a follow:-- and preset good health to Paine's ..
Fo places It is thought he cotton wll "Four yearsag~ tfemle troubles aid Celery COnpoundpai." -.P'^F BA' Jrjir fl
The people have all had fine pro A SFe6 E YLE
iSts forgood crops in that section n- Atlantic Coast Ln o ufnfers :One-Way I" I' I itt b
%itbis disaster, which will largely in- ... l URate&toi^ ekws .
$ uere with their. yield. the s thy me etrs"ie J iraift..li.road-hav
te re teofthat see,, BOND and Air Line Railway

str,.. h mn o sippi river, atwyNT o., nnltIt, -'_f-
______ro ___ aa r*sia J t. o ir "TI*dntl" a nu4m.nbe of pr0eant SaOUDLuD_ Errscvd' APit. 1. 1903
tLouisville, K,,, E vanv il b, oIndt, Pa sisan d nu t l
H;LD P BY IOOTPAD dueah, y, Cairo, IlL t.O L uisMo., .... : 210p 1 ... ... J. J s r 10 a
f n 'Sh Ot Fatally a! andr 5 po|ptsbey fnd itSO Io iha ng ru m Bs A D l d nic l 184 4 1 ...... .... ... al ln a" "...... :: :lo a i"'
W.'l.esbre t ~p 4 I.Ar ........ W ..t Lvph. va3o Rel }8 ItI t
Wi, likes barre, Pa, Jnunr 0 -fw' o aio be s.old frrm Me plh i 'proper)C, fr E [LrIncorporatelw, a faInforme .eE LL 6fi S- .
were shot, one fatally, by footpad in points nand north o the life "of the ws.6odier
tlrleclWt oarly today. Fyrism spt to Kansame b r ofitl eo lanbefe r, S Sa.............. Wildwood ... .

t hei,. hn .,, of this city, id Bne A HtND I theflowin ponts in F t OLLA TYPE. .. o ...1. ... . aOrh o.. ..d.. ......
,lipesItiatheoughtt00ototonh n.n W ITE FO .
t. rogh tre pCn eatsc lt of n Ida, Georga, North and South Oar- oe ante ontld en rk........... .. r rtt o ArTa ............ l .i...




1ffroa ticket, and ha.t taktn d6 f. om April 7 and 21. 1908 May 5 a.d 19...... r'i : ^o:::;:e: : : :::: : ::e::: : ::::::::: :,'.'.'.'.. : o.
ati. ea, l~a. hde aet tt th "y. ftt ; June 2 and IAlabama loated on this 7--r8ne a .4ie ...... .ips :.. ...... ... ''


en ge the bber- andPtb k h.i .1.11 2 ,......1908; Augus18, 1908; ::p-. . . l .. it as pl046:a .. te v '-
wa ad et n t system, or to whichh the company rLs 'TTE ID" ...SglarInta ......







eve wiftotpdes.caplie2d. November and17 1fi03. AND LAJDlFOtSAL.E. B a .. *>O H:
.uDh'A L aim Oon"nuous paasnge. a Eo EoL .... :
I e. wer ftsue l and pecudt ar circum, part of toetan to be faced "ecotindg route,. vIllE, orld onetin for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasotar on 8R ex
dhn teoy wey rg topped by t,ba here Typewrioeodin00o re645 daIs tlroanv.7





(OT"1VA ST 4 66nte cm hr An N W iotLand I
th. died n a fw omented to thro great Afollowin v egetables andeall fru condition | TI TE TRUS. LvJ.cson ile.b.......d ,day coaches, mail, boiae ....and ex.... res.. t
a ony. Whether omthe dolanp caused peache pear gp, fg orage tweenJaeonvilleand Wantonand drawiroooe






r death or some other cause us P"ndapples grapefit, wabermelonaL teen Jaesonvile and New Yori n am oepef r,
",e mond h. Atl compasrtled to ar anid 'the standard one- -A DRItD b cOLL.R TYPE- 'Ar BrAnwA w fc-.........2.. 10La0p roieAlach0a....................Wanneeand
tehrongh thed eto th'fa the id way fare, plus $2, 00. WoRoOlInvauna 1........... a vna.LeAr Madion... ... ...........'
S" Gumrn e inotea fo s' to a d te ln eo th.on e therWFOR o0 1on)06 ar arf0P............ a A r107 i2 aAr T. .haee. ................
Sh se cured ho do ns thlaig m oney a nd t colaed s that it i- te rea t an at o a Jn d to. olumb. .......... OOBB T e A 56a Ar GenQ u aney................. ..... la
t ticket .....ts body ........ extracted b. trukr lngroad in A er and ...... pro
vance to responsible rtthe cooked h g n ..............vs r p. 8.06 a ar P la .... ............. ...














re to much rseioinn Pa. to my
railroad ticet. and ha takeln.$6 from: April 7 and 21, 1903; May 5 ahd 19, .Typewriter sc bbona. r A Wdi2 At Mole..................
prparldes to welcome readent tooey 1T008eater abundne of gan0; Julyand rou e..........
etlt to i.....ummer hom. ....... A com than o tiat ani l ........... .......
tragedth b robbe r antd they be local 21or103; August 4 ar' En d 18, 1903; S ep- sa E A o. ......... a on.....................









; 'n w i' figm 1e5 0oa .. ... ..h. T O. ... ...T NpMA N A T. .e. ..SE C T e . . . . . . . t-o
.e o etp e tcaped. 2P0 i No ve ber,( n' 17, 9 AND LA FOR SALE. r to ............... 1 ....................










SAbrate 4lttio.tw. hundred and teth anl. One-Wy Sttle ad Round-.rip .
V, ."dla6 Death. Litnit---Continuous passage. I n. -v. After m he v 1 Ar Nqew' Vork..0..............4 1 ; 6.80. h.... lm ...................... ..
M t' Oeatiy Junel 2le. and th co.it Condition Seeker s'aet antd each ou- .. I ............... .









dteemer unuul a nd pOeular circu p of tkets to be faced "second- h~svlM orlda. Connection for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 81ex,
s roirtod irch the re. M la not good win parlor or sleeping Saturdas, from Gainesvill









TtoMIn nteeN84, SeaboardBradutwEeto express, drawing room Pullman Sleepers between










ry e D 0yaraftear." l v -T a Jaclsoni and New Yor, viato i
t aosplder John Joneen to g barked In othet tfuresu tiket endorsed service from JakonLESTO ., oh
Sded In ew oent i gr All vegetables ad' small' ruit borMaday coaches, mail, baggage and express
.ber death orsoL other cuse un. pineapples, grapefruit, wAtermelons, ween soiand New York..
ti"-own, has n,,t b,.on asOertained, N Mtrus and bother. fruits, wheat, corn, .No.,5 connects at Starke for LaCrosse,' Alacha, Willeford, Wannee and
oats and other grains, tobaeo, cotton, OIntermediate points, andat Arener with Early Bird branch.
.. phlcoi or blame Is attached to any peacnuti, hay, rice. '- 0f.er .eryLow..teson F011owlngates Nos. 5 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville. "
h + ne, b.t he sudden lth. of Miss Tile poicy of the: AtlanticCoast Line Colonist .Tc'ket' to Caltornia.. Utah. Steamed .for Key West and 0avana0.Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays

Ad o e p It claims that ih is te .retest aE. B, Ticket Agent..Gainesville.
hlg o.. Its b.ody were extracted be1 trukingroad in America, andit proLUvO
"ntwre thle brRd wa0 cooked, has vidseveryfacility for Retig fr '.. '8nd Return-' 4 4a.......
ray (a 0 pse to nuoh 9yaecollAti.). Oren.an..orchard product to the ,ARI1. PLUS.C.TT.. On sal
______ _northern markets In the' beet possible June -17, ood.......r...tJunea
a-a condition, |I shortest time8 and at, low. -une ..-1., o......tur u tP 6Junea At LIl ti
s eptonFo r,,,1teneft. Apiltrates, ". Sap Francisco' Los Anieles and. ..
S. 5ew nork, June 10,--Oster i In 10 part of the country is there a
.. volttohis summer home, A. comm'i t1 t,0han o1n tiits'lpne. '... ....n:.e:.A .T
te r been appointed by the local Ns ortleter .2farnmers 'are. 9 nvitedl to "UI oidalJub i to Auestt 1.... .ood.."
...w forPnnformation -in detail =bot...o.reruntie ao0...derr
.. the r9 'ept ron. Much will depend .t..ITiory of th .t .... oa .
o An when2 the present arrives a, the '------------,4an"1813;ep Jener, entGod Ret.rne-
oonvennenr[, The vt l the -will cela. "r-.-- _...
S ,brats Itst'two h lndre, a.d fiftieth anni, One-Way Settlers' nd Round.r.p .

emelnei ar( fostortng tho hope thMt thg The SeabtmdS Air Line railway have J 1ea.5loe,. .ant..... attanooa,,

tra, V bct#s Olc4n6o asni' t, a Ohol0 "
Grom Ohio Rtns trGatewa.nd, ech 'Je on ie e.and New York, "u
f.' ,lfot John Jones togetats, ot'efVIMD L PT .lAt,
pa c,,ass ,IBtgood in parlo ornBortur. Thef, p Finest Steamships In the Coastwise 8ervcee
M ositinlh county, whither he went tto"No tof al o.o. "rw "t "uGa.
:immon venlro th, eru j a i oet. Ienpirg cars, to be sohl t o inots..... .ew


Spoement of the trial or Jtt and . . and 8. e w and and southern nes
WAtte until, 2,3a0 o'clock this afterC. cline at rates basedtimlo ye Nw gnd f of the e e n and. Southern Lines
0oon. John Hoskins, one of the. y ev rst--la, limited fare, p lus $2.00. Ih t m ,iS e Between JACKSONVILLE BOSTON and
nremen, was excused from duty t s Tioket will be sold on the irest and PROVIENCE, and All Eastern Points,
S jurymen. ie said, .he was seck as a third T dyso each month, to and T. p Oiling at Charleston both ways.
.e"ult ofr bbeIng expo.d to -s.mallpox inledin g ovember 17th,1.. 1 ,,-:..T.
ad fed ewas F the disease, ilaw omw steekets' excunrioi- tickets. o ou-th:' .Found..... ....t Lwi WharX f ^t n
SPros totiot looks upon this as part of Partlisl, Eltentwoi, l-almotto Bratdei CaOIC, t mlKAAD6, K tEL id PaCB. FNortthbutrxnd. .. o ine at., ,1-k on r.,i..
Splan to, delay the' trial. town, ) iatee, Oiu'O anid' arista "slo Mr. r. ... F m Foot of Catherie *t., acksonville
.a.. -ney tatlons) at onefare, ...... .
u.......... ...... ..$,3.it, for the roitildli trip Tiekea s -il I therer to A i *.LhitL r .. I
Ou*t Night t Jackson, ..Ky b oldon the Irtand third useayt ""is Clve St MRver em
JkeOor K. June 10,--lt waA qiOletl Of"Alh month, -to .alid.111includlhig No- SpeOlakatt',ia %p iwmaMlnstr. l~tweei JAc lIONvsLLi and SAlw,,
tEl ay w itof*t special ul htwet ; "ays fo d of se.t i is, e t r(e
44 The incireawi a guards st ill on tickets will.. to to stop-over ohn .
tr '" T tCU reaP Mr l"atdin st aad Ar. L *e lWay ei rttt on Xe o sit. oi1 teamer T OFA SONVI

le;p Wiitht lt. the ,l m cel ., e ver tlisUng atlrn awr %tial euve na*, r.:.- aL .'. s r ,,CITY OF J.A CE '
lt..t e 0t- en, as 0tio wo ii iti. Airie xt laty ..... LvJ eaese PmSunday T-e ay ands
-= t throuhav Ith-me .sw'r:datta ed ehSi ..,. .dne.days and.ias
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CASEE
< F' SATURDAYY

o i I on.ire of Forty Was
...i]. ^Wn for the Case.

O BE CALLED AT 9 O'CLOCK
1~1 Case-: Will Occupy a Large
Part of the Week, as Many of
th'e witnesses Have Been Sum-
ao*ned. *
: he: Case of State vs. John Easterlin
has beenn set for hearing on next Sat-
urd y .at 9 a. m.
a'. terlih is charged with the murder'
-ofT4m Clark, which occured at New-
eAiry several months since, and was
p 4' Qned from the last regular term
of court.
W1rere was a special venire of forty
4rtwn yesterday and will be sum-
S.itozd 'here from which to select a
ty 0 -oitry the defendant.
Owing to the fact that the defendant
is well known in the county and that
tha. ase is yet fresh in the minds of a
; rg. niumiber of its inhabitants, it is
ex; peoted that a large crowd will be
present to witness the trial.
HOTEL BREAKERS BURNS.
eaiivy Loss is Caused at the Florida
Resort. AM
:~.. est~alm Beach, June O.-At 11:30
1o'olo0ok this morning the BReakers, the
s' liener of the two largest hotels at
Pali lBeash, was seen to be in flames:
.The hotel building, power ,house,
'Oq's* look of stores, the casino south
Iof the.hotel and one of the.large cot-
tages north of the hotel were de-
r stroked;.
s ome furniture from the hotel was
sa ed5 but it was badly damaged. The
lo'.Iieoswere: .
The Breakers, $500,003; furniture,
$200,000; casino, cottage and Cory
* look, about $25,000. Other losses
00boutl $5,000.
The hotel was insured for $800,000,
but the furniture was insured. Cory's
b loolt is spposed to have been about
half covered by insurance.
: The origin of tho fire is unknown.
No one was injured.
MAKE THEIR REPORT.
.grading Committee of Teachers' Ex-
.amination Complete Labors. ,,
.Tlie'grading committee of the teach-
era' examination, who have been at
work since last Friday, handed in their
:report to Superintendent Holloway
late yesterday afternoon..
Out of fifty-six white applicants-for
teachers' certificate., five made marks
to entitle themin to first grade certifl-
ctes, nine will receive second grade,
and seventeen third grade. The bal-
ance, twenty-five, failed to get any
certificate at all.
Those who were fortunate enough to
make first grade are S., J. Ellis, J. H.
* Coffee, W. E. Bell, J. A. Ormond and
Miss Ruby Hawkins.
,, The colored applicants made a poor
showingas a whole, only six out of
Itwenty.six*passing. Two of these
made second, and four third grade Uer-
.. titoates.__________
At the Opera House, .
The last of the series of piano re-
c itals by Milo Deyo was given at Ed-
Swards' Opera House last night. He Is
a musician of the highest class and was
erving of a much larger audience
a he received at the hamds of the
ic-loving people of Gaineaville
a.t.dwe'lrv Detail.
Awline. aged atx. was listening to
story of the marriage at Cana and
iracle of the water and the iwl-.
r her mother had finIshed her re-


I the little girl inquired:
other, what did you say wea t00
of the gentleman what gav the
r*-Stew Xork Trlbune.
*. WhoUyr Idle.
ra-Does Harry help you with
e -Well, be hangs the pictures
:atnG 40oe the grumbMtll.-ID*


a5 poor man at the GWoe, tr.
wooden legs, sir. sad 'e say.
you be good eno gb. po l
Back Wd tell poor mS
w legs tat t ews
1im rPe V thl


01IUDA, JUNE U, 1908


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An Inisible Enemy to Health.

Malaria is an invisible atmospheric ison.t ,The air becomes infec-
ted with the gases and microbes isitg fn the marshes and low lands,
damp cellars, sewer pipes, badly vent'ated houses and decaying vegeta-
ble matter, and we unconsciously inhale them into the lungs, when
they are taken up by the blood and circulated throughout the system.
Malaria gives no waruling of its coming; a inmmediate effects are
seen, and no violent symptoms appear until the unfortunate sufferer is
completely at the mercy of this hidden foe. This invisible enemy may
be following us night and day, but often the first intimation we. have of
its presence is a chilly, ireepy 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
blood gives rise to innumerable and serious troubles: torpid liver,
enlargement of tle spleen, lops of appetite and feeble digestipI, a
pallid or yellow skiDoib; caibunctes$, ,abscesses, indolexlt llrs,
pl or yello: _krn*-o b -i and pustular and
LoSVII.Itx, KY., March 6wth1,2oa. .,)1,,, Is r- anl
For several years I suffered with Chills an. ever, scabby slxin erui-
caused by Malaria in p~y system, and each summer for tiOas of various-"
several years I would relapse. Fiually my physician pre kinds, are common Symptoms of malaria.
scribed s8, S. In all, t took three botti, and they requently the 'health becomes so impaired,
entirely cured me, and I have over been troubled sinet. and such a lifeless condition ensues that the
I am sure no other edicine coulestd hae vsu undgen me oand
complete and immediate relief, and I canal ak too O loses interest i. his surroundings and
highly of S. S. S. My partner to business is now taking in all human remedies. Malaria, if
S. S. S. for an eruption of tUe sin as d general run down allowed to remain in the system, lays the foQun
condition of his system and though he has taken but dation for other diseases that very often prove
one bottle, already commfences to feel ttS e fatal or perunanently wreck the health.
931 West Marke.tSt. SPO Malaria can only be worked out of the
system through the blood, and a remedy that can destroy the germs and microbes and
neutralize the bad effects of the poison offers, the only hope of a cure, and the only medicine
that can accomplish thi is S. S, 8. which not only purges the blood of all morbid, unhealthy
matter, but keeps it pure and healthy. It searches out and destroys every trace of Malarial
poison, and keeps the blood in stch a vigorous condition that poisonous matters of no kind
are allowed to accumulate, but are promptly expelled from the system.
During the spring is an opportike time to begin the fight against this invisible enemy,
for the hot, sultry summer days will cause the germs to multiply and still further inipov-
erish the blood and weaken the constitution, and now more than ever the Malaria sufferer
u needs a goodblfood purifier and bracing tonic.
Course of S. S. S. at this particular season will
^ |relieve you of Malaria and its attendant evils, reinforce
Sand build up the system, purify and strengthen the slug-
S gish tbloodl ad .gick 4Aen thcirciulation, when the appetite
nd digestion u prove atud all the vital powers rapidly
recuperate under the invigo-ating tonic influence or this
great vegetable remedy. Its freedom from all minerals the ideal remea in all
Malarial troubles and perfectly adapted to thre most delicate constitutions.
If you have any symptoms of Malarial poison, write us about it, and our Physicians will
take up your case and advise you without charg-. Book on Blood and Skin Diseases, free.
S.... _TIHe( SWIF T OIF O CO! PANY. AIHX A;. .

Queer Provisions of Will.
Ottawa, Ont..Jim- lOi.-lTh neral iy C i Wn
of S. J. Major, rateda.millionalrp. took. l
plare today. He provided, In hip wt
that a special chariot be constructed .THP FRUIT & VEGBTABLE ROUTE
and upon t his unoonflined body b4
borne from his home, past hls store,
to the church atm cemetery. Tht .FIDA
win e t Ar un 1t ux tovfei6 Tni(T~hln n e1

the car will be put, U, with the 1"ow,
ers, it l.too e burned timmedlately.
The will prov4id se thtlat tht 'housi.
"ad store ebl bhe draped tlk black 40
days.
wt vr" v- I .* s.

lnous vteltor of.he district, but for tot
rloua reasons ilhoi Was t pop.ars
among the poor people whom she
longed to help.
"I don't want, to oee that peaked look.
tJu wouan in 10wy room, agail, nor I
won't!" said the graldtaothler of the
nine rangg'ed Paunwrs.
I' read 'my Bible wid the best o'
folk.s." weut on the old. lady, 'butt
there's thiew for some thnpgs i' times
for others. aw that .A.tdwiw oOmaltO
It without the seme to know the one
from the other. What Wats Ut thtoto
abe brought Us yesterday, all Inored amd
r04 lottery assd w* with. empty a vom
sebh?.- 'I.e 0n14 with gaitlr "-'-
Yout'W ComptaIon.

Sbe put the book dow 4, with a sigh.
"What is it. diarling ?he ated.
"Ah. dAsWt.' rma so happy she re.
O-ut you ad sucbO a l o.k to ye*t
eye Just now.
"I Kow.. I'-e v e. t er"Ma aboat.
the unhappirnlels at te wives 4 Menp
of slenus have alwyar bd4 to heatol
ot. Atlfred. deatr, I'm so igl y's"
tot mn orlay -ry plu -f rt. r-

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B. R. COLSON, Mslnage
GAI NNEVLLE9IPI. LA


Thle qustlon of Title a
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Investor...

Abstract of Title
To itt)* pleeo of liiut in
Alichuuui coIuIt)y f+nillsht
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TAXES RETURINEIE
AND1 PAIu
And all matters concern-
lung the redeniption of un.
canceletd ltx ortltleates
attetudict to promptly.


REFRIGERATORS

READ'S ODORLESS.
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A Full Assiortuniht, lhlnudint i
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WATER COOLERS,
FREEZERS, and All
Spring and Summer
Spec Il tes ,
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OT ar ve weok-,

06auoets tfor eaohad -
4 dvrUTag mad known
Iwe4 sn s. an eight-pere,
I b.l pwblisbed every Mon.
%Y. ON contain oil the
it looal-. state .ad gon
I~aied.i ust4tae agree, to any
St^ ltsie Btst~es or Canlda. for 61,00
rthtin'R bitMpbeoome diue ofter first;
*os dve lsement, unless otherwise
fitoUtroot. Ptles not IMow 2to
ll Si reuired to pay for Hdvertitltw In ad-


1 '2 ) 'Ohlo is the fourth State in point of
SI oniati1on. It has 102 people to each
Sqnarenmile,
A new hotel in New York City has a
es1olt'y for f 200 guests and employsa

The, 'ldwin Locomotlve Works
turned out 1,.20 engines last. year,'
VAl"'ed at about *O2,OC :O, 0 -
If everything were as easy to secure.
s signatures. to a petition, what ia
0te6 old world this would be

A movement has been started in
hi: ladelphia to bring 60,06 persecuted
JeWs to this country from Russia.

S Whitewash is a wood preservative as
S well as a brightener and beantifier.
Sut a handful of salt in every bucket-
^ *,ful. ".


E. very year 600,000 umbrellas are
said toq beloat, In Parls. According to
thesi. taltiiOs, t one person in every
fr' our loses his umbrella.
'i Did you ever notice that the tran
' t.hwhome0ts the igh and lowly with
% howdy" and a smilt ia the mat n who.
S j generally successful?

S A. clever calculator estintmats that
there are in use by telegraph, tele-
phone and trolley companies in this.
ountry 15,000,M'0 poles.
S It is well every once in a while to
0'oll the attention of the citizens of
i this commonwealth to thtl fact that it
; a great country they live in.


3 0. 0 ] Kellum1, Asistant chlof clerk
of the recent House of lRepresenta-.
ttv was one of the most efficient at-
.taoheis oonneoted with either branch of
S he tLegislatu re.
: A wiso Kettutcky judge declares in nit
SdiVoroe decision that "a wife should bet
* fully emancipated from her' mother."
And uii.l that condition obtains, tho
nu6ther-in-law will be no joke to theO
benedict imm ed lately cono0rned.
The County Conmitins to1cre of Su.
SWaunee couty have taken- the movo
fOr good roads and have ordered that
San eletionu be held on .luly 7th for the
purpose of determiuing .tlheih0 r they
s hall bond for theso e Improvemients,

Hon. C. M. Brownv, who succeeei
Il n, kFrauk Adams ns member of tho
board of trustees of East Florida tSemi.
nary~ 1s one of the best men to Florida.
He ha man1y friends i .Alachuia eonu.
: ty, a inu.mbeor of whom served with himn
to the Confederate army. and his con-
U, oeetion with the Seminary will aniTur
himil. an ptporttunity to renow aclquaint.
g ne with his old comrades.
,-o Jefferson Ii.B BIrownoe, chairman
OftheF'l0rida ttaildad ,0omminsiotu
1 *a tuUly exonerated by 0ho conk-
alk ai!ppo5oihnted by the House to in-
iaete hiss eons1etion with the ipas-
pe l t 4 bill pulrmhang the armory
.m:tQ county of Monroe, .Ar.
w, tedsolely in his ea1aolty. as
#ttrey fe the'. County Countulston-1
ts aB ItleSt p .was for legitimate work.
i' tIttsg ts e bill,. lte never at-
P 6to e an. nvestigaitton of
fi' 0 0tter *b on thSe e OStlraIry
tet* bsnh itnvesti

ti t' 14'. t


athat



for the present year by onOhl or
wore amit is plainly to be seen sthat
thzare imut, be shortage Qf fooduatus
in .oisequene. 8hep^ c;,t, e and
'horses have been destroyed in lar'ige
numbers and theeffecst mut be. to re-
duce labor and othey prodctive re.
turns from the farms, Prices orfh food,
and their related interest in the beef,
pork and mnutton markets are. sure to
b] much higher in the future, than ,in
the past season. Corn is more likely
to sell for over than inder .t dollar per
buahL. A.nd t h l o ftrPer s
who live become acc6utofed to find
t'I ir bread and meat in West eran ir-
ket,, will be called upon to reeoap
O0 os8s to those. people by higher prices
for foodastffs.
It is not too lat yet, for Southern
farmers to fortify agalnut that man"-
fest state of affairs. Every one ,('
tlhem can devote part of hsis lad a4.
labor to raiseig corn and peas and thue
apply himself with substitutes for his
usual Western supplies.
It is yet possible anywhere in the
South to plant and raise orops of the
*wnid mentioned and those who are.
Wise will lose p tdrme In taking tohi:
w0rnins to himself andi prepareing
tO meet the general rise In the prices
of provistiji by havtog an ample
homne-raised stock of Tood in his OWn
orib and smoke hous..,.
t These arv the apparent fats that
confront us, atid it is a 0 duty to .the
farnmrs to follow the sensible course
here indicated. A year of high prices
for farm products is coming and it will
take allithe wisdom and'industry of a
Jtoseph to prepare .a store that will
defy inflated prices, short supplies and
prod. ee-manlpulators of the people's
bread .-Contittion.

Persons engaged in the sale of do-
iostio wines are warned that such sale
is especially prohibited in'dry coun-
ties, and, Alachua county having voted
against the sale of liquors, the aroe
liable to indlorment, under the local
option laws. This fact is not generally
known and The Sun gives the informa-
tloui for the benefit of those iater-
ested.
The temperance people, as well as
others, ar ltermtined not to permit-
the operation 'of blind tigers in Ala-
chua county, and those contemplating
engaging in such 1illolt traffic can rest
assured that the full penaltyof the law
Swill be meted out to them in each and
every instance.
Catarrh Oannot be Cured
With loeal applications, as they eaQ-
not reach the seat of the disease,
Catarrh is a blood or constitutional
disease, and In order to eorr it yol
must take internal remedies. Hall's
Oatorrh Oure is taken internally, aldl
acts directly on the blood and Iuncous
surfaces, Hall's Oatarrh Oure is not a
quack mned4oln. It was prescribed by
onte of the best physitcansin thise Icon
try for years and is a regular presorip-
tion. It is eouposed of thie best toutcs
known, combined with the best blod
purifiers, acting directly on .the ri.t.
eous surfaces. The pebrflee otombink.
tion of the two ingredients is what
produces such wonderful results in
curing catarrh. Send for testinoititals
F. J. C(,No' & Co Prtops., Touhdo, O,
Sold by druggists, pricJ 76o.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
t.,tcer t .t i.rn e "
,Jr.. ':," M'a Juneo IO.-A quar

ril 'oIm deti r ent of the Yai and
Mis to a. d-~ p ly rA.t.o A lady llv-


I, ;. I(tAbrs, r. I'canklina county,
. .atu. tk-a- a frtlght trtlu frightened
a ito'ok of h &woo s' and the fowl,
ii 'w LtJt a lxrg birtr patch, eaustnup
iheun t,' losea 12 po d of feathers h.
>-'o tb.y mergede, for which shs
wuars com'lpeatiton at the atte of 50
Scante" per pound. Th. compAny ii
Otvlnu the ease .a prayrful oonaride
ttou. a& a d W-laA SW ent .htben ehis
t Hatmburg to eranp the geee
A Splendid Remedy.
Neurasgle pains, rheutastism, thim,
bago and selatio pains a yield to the
Snet rating tnfluence of Baltlard's
Sn.ow Liniment. it penetrates to the
serve. snd bone, and belag aborbed
into the blo dt, it healMing proprti s
ar cou vybed to etoeO pan otf the body
and effect-ome wnao tul e oi mr.:
tMolumre, aim-enatlWOi nt !Sa
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'ansnolry oeeslnteroa el ,their de-
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handdo eery e holwa du an American
dgfee is qpenr to suspicion."

'6 'iqjlding a railroad im $28,JOW per
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i' y ilegean't inse enough;ri the wise.
officials here nd there wil see whandere.
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NE stations but thlrarriva l or departure at the times rated V9 not unrane' I,
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Bt0 ATICE GAME V- IvN Gives eOne Cent a W
NEX VT uMOND AY UnNA "co + de coa.0 Pefect all^+y + nine-tenthsof..theills ofs mankina n 40n
SNEXT MONU AY .t, June io.-Geormi et e traced to irregular ties of the stoc h *O*
S t.her share of the.r.rat po op and bowel. When these important organic e'use*,at+, g
Oai Wi]ll Play Here Before .t .o,* ~ yer p u i tooact lari y the s tem beomes lo ed ,ith : teheos
GoingtoTampa. I1 t1e va.iousastate andterritorleu impurities, tr0d perfect zhi npossib ex Mov *ae, tot a be
e_____ In the soui1lent and orgaoi nation oif lfj emon Xir Is a pleasant lemon drink which
L E TO tir militia. Secretary Root as m ts gently ad thoroughly cleanses the system. It .is' ~.KA,
L HAVE FAIR TEST Vsinaily alrottol. a portion of tih th, POfectl iid IxatiVe and its good for every ou .
propriation and has announce the prf d ",04- QQy s.nv eemee
I's Re19lar Club Will be Divided and shares of the various stats. FToi T mbetr oFtoe family. Fifty cents a bottle at all e.+. .o T
Qtlrs Will- be Selected From the da gets $8,496.73; Alsbmaw $,8 drug store, s ,o Mozley's Lemon fHot Drops oi Ie 's r e O
80st Material Obtainable About $?5,s490.20 Virga, $25,4; are without any ol fra O igf d em onor n~Idre
the Oty. $31,862.73; North Carolina. $23,80, n"d b"onohiti e throat, etc. ., v. :
As ball entlusitsts will have t r South Carolina, $19,117v64. E. ,I. ixir .
opp rtuinity of witnessing a real live taut generals of the vlo tahl astm of j -s-+~-o'N '.. ot l
gAMit"tthe grounds Monday evening, the allotment which has been placed'' L" oi --". iU. "'"" ---....'........ .. bl.
when all the new players will be to the credit of the states subject to+ t. at I a nt. i. eSn
di up and a match game will be the governor's requilttom .. A .iLt. AOLl i t14 It 110V e
4:.- 4 erMoArthur is sure that he Was astin Awa" *.* :,e:n-. Ie.
4o a rhort ur The following letter from Robert 'R.
hosa:,trong aggregation of players, ttr oel I -,, D --.
Watts, of Sallem, Mo., is instructive: F YOQuant neat up-tonow job printtn4
gie the people a chance to so what; disease for the last five years., I lost
the astoolation has, will have the game flesh and ever felt well and dtictored
an o thg eisr t bet.-adwith leading physicians and .tried all' F 4k,. .
The season will be opened in Tampa reniedies suggested without, relief.
on'nextf Wednesday and Thursday, Finally 1 tried Fo10y's Kidney Our n id a
ni hisigame is given to better pre- and les. than two .bottles completely . .Ci b n I.
tpae homeboyss for the eet. welkSold b 1 y O. 0.Wllei s drug t Ta o w
t ishope4 that a large crowd will be store. 4 Menant o a VTo OF TONE, POWEl AM
present at the park and encourage the ,IT ID IT 0
players, and a good spicy game will be U". ..~' ,:,. -,: :, ... .bette at "f ery a i ai ass red. if eT er t'' ''v teod ws shorter vry m Aew tu e positive foc a in Bthe ase-hat 11 Bot pano for thNis trythg ltit, stande
His Last Hope Realiked, t.n I :., -' [L ton the Sentinel, Gebo, Mont, (..iri t (,, whing t. thI .t-'nee b e- t atonan ,Id l d ,o t ht to ufor Il o i t te 1 lC tian i, otd iroi t ottl.ioe
In fhe first opening of Oklahoma to 0I': .t nm ,., (ltn trl Payne. t':. post. AOhA Le l p Ul a littl c artmtentt on l/ wtd beit n worlkmanaltp obtlrblte,
settlerB in 1889, the editor of this pa- o' nve i'.',; ,a.lmon was not c;:sIod l eed w ek' a't t8 drketet -t.clitet ove ;t (o.
per was among the many seekers after in L;y ,:U,. Seereliry Hay briefly etal in lUn,
fortuio who made the big race one fine day in April. During his traveling tlona a.l the Chileani ituattlon. T Sold by us continuoully for
aboutiand afterwards his camping upon -- AN EXPERT 0N DRESS.
.his laim., he encountered much bad Cls Boil Explode. T T "TA
heat, ga.e him a very severe diarrhoea Gibraltar, June 10,-A boiler explo- Why ar other bestdreesrned men without a slngl falluro. It yo i'
whie it seemed almost impossible to sion occurred today a oard the Brlt- i in Gainesvillo our patrolia? want a piano for a lfeti e'os
ohqok, and along in June the case be- ish armored cruiser Good Hope. An ervlce bl th '
came so bad he expected to die. One officer and six men were badly injured. Why do experts on dress inva' servi buy t
Sday one of his neighbors broutiht himn The Good Hope Is fitted with Belle- r'ablb yomu? : thushe k I ;
one small bottle of Chanmberlain's Ie boilers. She Is on 1,400 ton riy y rom u
Colce Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy displacement. The aonw4rtIs obvious-they Preanlowit"n i
as a' .last hope. Abigdosewas given dipacemtT____________ The aswer is obvious--hey PrfceS us low as" I oltent witi ".:i.
Shiwhile he was .rolling about oin athe f'..... .. know what they want In cloth- i tria, oe term. t o
gund t ingreatoago.a fer-Work Weakens ing and their dlrinInati a o r les tl
good effect of the medicine was soon Your Kidneys. tols tell them we have Irt.
noticed and within an hour the patient -
was taking his first sound sleep for a Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
Sa complete cure and he cannothelp All the blood in your body paes through L d e B
but feel grateful. The season for bow- your kidneys onc every threeu ,
disorders being at hand suggests i -hekd r 'I minut e
oi a Mri tho e idneys are yourl SaturnmMdnutes, -
this item. For sale by all druggists b lood b puridfiershey (I to who add t thee ith e T
'i..d medicine dealers. bterouo thp l ovto q# c1oiurwt/ t hat, thetl- o Mettith c1,. SaAV o Af N
S .o t ter .out-the L WW. or.
vrtNMy NT OR Mtir mpurities in theblood. q ,,,o,, ,, ,i to (< , crfl. S AVAXNA ,- GA. 1;
q- of or4Mtol2llteol .. JOHN.D, MURPHY, Mgm .
1i0 iEnacted Mak-ing Province Pract 1 1i ltl. throl ru .. ',.. l due or c leethiely,
ticallyn u Autonomous Colony.. i Pan twhoandrhn U-. to wk o w e I coh/lf )iSTALIlII1 . ':I
pManlla, Junit e Ph.- l ie Pllppines m ittismr ommne fn .. r ", h' t e e n, U0 *'
omitslion l ias; I(actcd a bill provid.- _a ~- e iace aofeurItad -In' th la # ver wtl f .
twU for-the ugL>ven:'"t of tho MOes. ki blood, due to ei, oro me
Governor TTait and .\)aajr (eneral Da- Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteay cor se, t b g Q pnt it
;vis joetly dta:fte" it. The "asure heart beats, and makes en feel atthu '
practically makPs th:e ,iMoo Irovxintco they had heart trouble, because the .heIrt i
an autononimoas (.olony of the Philip, over-working in pumpingthick, kIdney.
pines 'with the Phil!ppifne fovernme dt poisoned blood th.rou h veins and arteries. fl I 'o '
It s rd to be consider t.e to hat ooly uri I Hllots, Iron, WIr bPn ta
controlling Mandcreatinao pn twich do cetroube we tobetae to
l .egislatite counclJ to prevl.e lo.al but now.modern scene prove *that.nearly "
ulawe, the c(nllo.itte, rth rv:'L, t, -nl constitutional disease have thtr i),gln. " tnS, BoltI Pai0,Ot0,
righ~tM to amend cr annul then.n T' n ing In kidney trouble. "rit "I"
'council is to he composeed os r T o- I you are slckon you canmakno mislke . '
error, aecretar, troeiurar. en~ir by first doctoring your kidney. The mild aliua or cxlwrt% elo intt. we B ought la VerrULt, Sold Iti
atorney anid r':pcrlntendent o0 .. iandthe extraordnry d effect of drXmr's ' "
Sols Governor Taft will at.!: Snwamp"ROt, thegrsat kdny ned -an ell iFt cL .cI1 w by Wunttty.
th ofi cils. The b will wonderful curM of the most dstnreasitng *.,, *t.* .,'r ' o* .,
J,: Jurlsdlctaon of the P ilippine co rt(rtf. and ih sold os its merits ". ; *I t-> .t .. ................k. *.. *k
an.,d.constabulary to the provitice and by all drdtlgLsis in fifty-il^ o t E^ffffE / r
WIll recogribto Moro lawn, which do cent and one-4ollar Bla-B *... i".*..h.. ....b.e e Hardware
..t contfict with Atnerican lwn. Thee es. You mray have a. ; "+- All thatir l, rm,,,,ajw t.^ hisbcl .a"rd! .ardwa- Co5 ,; *' :
imeaste a'so directs the coIflcatop sample bottle by sat. ii'' ^of n Mv /;:-: ". 1: .'" ,.
,'.provld.s that the Philippne courts out ifyon-hae k*id ortg oDdr. ttsl.".": : '. r
hill -try eases hetwee't ,Mores .a** & i.BinMainiton. y. Y.' + """ Olti A 4-.. ii

i::r:., q'ho province 1 1ne i divided- 'lnm mner's 8wanp-R { .idt. rlct.s. Sulu, Zamboan'g, Lenno. Binghamton. N, Y.. on 0e^ry bottle" .* * ll A':t
!t'O O ,adlibato and D avao. T h* bill pro- .. -+ ,L ..L ..L ... .J .,. .,, ,.+ ...j. ., *** Kr .... ......... .. . .,, ... +i"


1" ^etiDor a partial milltary $Vern- T Fl Q E A OM *EI: ', '
if t ad it i" ept" "" The Eoda d it i. syhat!ANTe Ir AhIATOB .K..f.
I a' d Wood will b -.the first &ov4e, "OR,"
, of the Moro province. Fuit andTick Grower .
.- .. Constipated Bowels,. a
have good liedalth, the body should *ulr Te. "IO- ..... -+j "d Fwfhlni

so Atiall the poisonous waste are toA laedsoneUT.iH lPl Q A: r-agal.IyLL A ... ... .' .,.
I X -Main St, Wich^i Kana l rit l andi th;;m a p at.: pa64 t suu' n ,, H( P*her Pr)A N ghgs
q Aerbine to rtgu- A "p"cial trtia sub"rl.io oat e:
g a reliable rae- ts Stampe .eh Wa nd t Ui V $ M W1 LOWA
iH ', fo r . p ... .....a . *.. 4 llU:. .. *i (. ,* :* *
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P.7AT0NIV FRu1NDaHIP.

Utlill l *'2>J.,:^:J' nt very a
cately uednwhelitIThse
f ....T. dnIlte a wea Iwo Mude which there cuters
and. t i o trace of mandatory s Htiment. Plato o i
tt a t1 a. w h o s treat. .. e.w..u lly tv he "To
Onaeus" and lthel ISSey1pdpostIt r il'u"o pea
CASE WASNOLPROSSEDt.need' of.a lo.,.e w,,hl y is free froj
: + "0' i sensuoutness. coing te 'tlone of so
for soul, but PE-lato. whose spirit ws
th D'y devoted tCalling tined with asetcis. was not tr
ieand Iettandgrrng'ht' nbfor Later in of woman at all and n ene
e6h-Tp ieao It Murder what he says upon. thll ethemerefer
s :,ibl.y last r s er wholly to the affection, of, man ft
.,to ;om "n 'han, of the binding force of h.ig
apeiallt S90fthecircuit court, character and houor. He goes so fa
ao oferateaAt ,11 a.d Ai. with as to say that the true lover la to
l s and S A compare wl iththe true phnlosophe
s irisriing from the contemplation of thp
.lon preldin' many who are beautiful to the col
t, heyday was devoted to .e- temptation and love oa the beauty tha
.1 hItdry and arranging isabstract ,nd absolute, .In, fact, whe
he4rellimarles for th 6seosion, hedilliScuse Hbeauty" he use the wol
I1 Uposibly, last for several ,almost as the equivalent of "godness
--that is, !n an ethical rather tban in
oaoe ofState vQ. B. Easterlin physical seoise. Therefore "platon
W; W yunnf gambling, was n! frlpndshlp" In its minodeniconventlonm
.a ..meaning Is sonethini which K never et
aWilllams, charged with aggra. te st pn."Ptonc Frie
assault, withdrew her plea of n o,
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The pain that haunts an epicure.
"Give up rich foc8 and try instead
SThe' weIknow : Fore'.re, slr," one said.
Jim tr ed t'. t.rt' d ith hIa.' "
The, Force" U irei.m'io.him "lSunny Jim."


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"t.$,1q.y anu eiterea ia pleasoua ~ nak:1a, an as reLon. .
*Wah *ao I accepted by the cout A. A ls
4hich was accepted by the court. 'A i Virnia senator was talking of
e4ia.l venlre of twelve was drawn to neroes mid their love of. making im-
0 tlre M he petit jury for the week. f pressions. li. called attention to the
Time case of Itham Malphurs, charged well known fact that negroes, as a rule,
|th murder, was set for June 16th. When paying for a ten cent purchase,
Several other cases h4ve been set for will deliberately fumble through a
e rigthimorning, and the docket large number of bills though they have
llbe ieaed up as fast as possible the ten cent p!ece In another eocket."
-. Time sobnator then told thie story of a
HEIGN OF LAWL 138NE. osa'a On
read.,trnk 'e.. acI..tly like cut, $6.75" 0
d4 8tate of Affair Existln In Srith Onhe u a ared' large figures Card
C7"ts$0.7 the negto ontemplated s ,
empis. June MIIh reign o through e noh he rd tro
Mte.money for a triink. When.' the land,
'wi liessines'i Sutlh county, Mi trunk arrived the colored nen was l d pre
^ 1 -pt, during .which one white m wa eryindgnnres prres mss- e
T. fro. ambush.Ae d killed and a$it lng'froLt Its side. IHe returned. the s Th
r wouded by trunk, demanding his money back be- Dr. I
S be cause of the Important omission.
ow. tt h of r.. Craft and the ze i .. ..a a ce
i 4he truk Irm sw the point, ad- few
o ; h hotong i of Mr. Boyle worked th mitted its error and by way of making elect
p Up to a high pitch, and wat amonde agreed to paint .an additional to
Sdeclared on the negroes. 1u figure. When the trunk arrived the burn
ae and sec womtn were klled nd second time the negro was satisfied, had
t or ten other badly bee. On its side, glaring colors, were the
Moot of the other negroes in th I fgurea "$16.75." o
community have been ordered to leaVe, .o________ _0o
I and should. they h0ed the Waring The Uitan te anto Smok m
,pekee wbuld probably be restored. ,i The Puritan fathers. wpre greatly ten
l;'is stlm that the kitllitt a ndf oghig a4dictod to smoklng-indeod, the prac. visec
of ,e negroes was done by men from tice became so common that even the
6 .the s'oukhern part of Bmilth county, straitlaced observers of times and sea-
the noted Sullivan's ollow cominUni sons actually smoked in church. This '"
::'::ty, tWho LWere from the sanmp section custom soon caused very considerable nh
as Lhe white victim. Mr. Craft. annoyance, as the religious exercises TatI
Thl ames of l tea dead negro" were greatly disturbed by the clink- worl
ouldot. be' lard. trig of flints and steels to .light their Orst
S. ..pipes and the clouds of smoke in tury
DIED IN COURT ROOM. church. Hence in the year 1000 the lecte
" colony mlassed this law: "It la enacted from
S Coloel Albhrt Sydney Johnson Ex, tiht any person or persons that shall it ras
Spires. Suddenly. ih. found smoking of tobacco on the .il u
r Cartersville, (a., Juno 10, -Cllonel .if ord' dIay going to or coming from
SAlbert Sidnoy Johnson, one of the the lmeutinigs. within two miles of *m
ablest lawyers of the Oartervillie bar, meeting house, shall pay 12 pence for to
S dropped dead in the court houae at every such default." Under this law teret
*,bout 6 o'clock while engaged in a several persons were actually fined, but pa
Yi4e in the city court. As opposiali time punishment failed to secure the and
c'.** zsou l be was cross-qusatloning .s carrying out of the arbitrary second l ttt
witness, le started to rise to object portion of the enactment.
41 a.uddonly fell to the floor, his as- .
sooiate, Julge Neel, catching at him. B
1.0e Oxp)lrid 'at once. physlIni-. attrtb. tinJ
*Wtiug his doath to popliexy. AtW
His .father, Colonel bdad Johnan. -
died in yrstci t h aine way 20 years
S ag._1 ih hli1 home, hles than 200 & e if
.:from .whore-he expired. Mr. John, i7 .
S on had boeen actlve, .n politlesand I
w Influential. lie was a brother bowela, but regular action cannot be secared i
1I-law of Judge John W. Akin.; .sretes enough bi e to make the .Inte
S "_____ execute their natural functions, Unn.
HEIR TO FORTUNE MISSING. Ijuralagtation Cati bycAtharti c
'," HER jcOnttnual and IncreasIng doses te
'si ron t tatta a th results I
San Franolsco Man Thought To Have
Met with Foul Play.
No'ew York. June 10.--tiavid J. .aurr,
.t San FraolIthe. a j ieweler a ed r
ortod to ho sole heir to a large for .
ter in Al wftru-nis. is missing. Ha
w :.a seen for the last tim by 'ac Mali
q"uattances at a New York hotel on PFever
ecorati^on Day. That night hL s room troubleworks perma
ta found tenantless. F*
Ix, Dil'nut search tor the tilstlng mn
Sbeent maden by WillIam 8. Quin-. '
iHS^^B o ;n Prancisco, Discouraged 1 Sale by JohnsOn B
Sttailure, he has Notifed the o....lice
(i his frien d's 4 *te elp earan ce _______________________________________
104 t1.1 that Ma. Barr has amet with % No
^PI ^, said Mr Qmatal, "Fo
Ii IW have prosecuted secret
pa, to 1. 1 hir bet ore ....... new.. 0..
sappearene hould rea(h hilL
buti --have Itmow aaked thep Fo

*Tans. June* 1.-QoplF or Solo by Jhs .1
p1 e rivr to the north. A J
t i thought to be ..



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SThe IBTdyto.Sre Ceorem
males a 0ood liver
live better.

A ,RtwnveantB4 eaing.
9" fo'ree' is not a heavy food, and it baa that substantial foundation which beget blood. If It
V" eaten Tmnore frquently and the terrapin, lobstei and bird eschewed .people would not complain In ,-:
Smooinge about not f eeing well. No more h eavy suppe tor m o waen can get aegFoe.' Wy.
since I have been eating it I feel ike a rejuvenated being. Mxas JAm EVAX.,



,. I.etor stoves. Take The Atlantic Coast Line
e Of the first attempts at making Take The Atlantic Coast Line
sod stove of iron was made by
Inal Po4gnac iu 1709. and eI FORD ALL EARTHLY POI TS
Slater an attempt was made toFOR ALLEARTHLY PO TS
duce stoves or this kind into Eng-
.but without success, owing to thc [I 11 Via via 11 via
Udlie of Englisi peopJe In favor of Dupont Duont P.&0* I Dt Dupont, or
Lg their fire. i lII or I'ia or Steamship IV II Jack'ville and
. lranikln stove was invented by Ja'nvile Jacksonville Line Montomery
F'rnklin in 1743, and a quarter of
ntury later, in 1771, and during a Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service
years foilowin;g the discoverer of
rielty I vented several other
es, one of which was designed for Time Table in effect May 24, 1903.
lng ..bituinoui eoal and which
a downward draft and consumed Depart For GAINESVILLE Arrive From
wn Uitio4e.
tint, Uttinford was the next person .:........
sake in lunventiton looking to the 3:40 pm High Springs and Inter- 8:25 p
oveinent of stoves and during the Daily mediate Points Daily
years etwe 1785 and 175 de- 12:87 pm Ocala, Leesburg and Tampa, and 4:40 p m
Sseveralmp. t. Daily Intermediate Points Daily
Payment on Delivery. 2:25pm Palatka, Daytona, Jacksonville, 1 :45 Ajii
1re is a story told me the other ifay Norh, East and West a y
t," says a writer In the London ---Not.EatndWs
er. "Lord Tennyson, as all the 11:40 am High Springs, Wayeross, Savannah, Brunswick, 12:10 pm
d know wrote a sonnet for the Daily Albany, Atlanta, all Points North, East West Daily
number of the Nineteenth Cen --------
As it stands in the poet's 'Col- 3:25 pm 9:56 am
d Works' it reads quite differently Rochelle, Micanopy and Citra
I Its form as first presented, where Daily Daily
iu ftr our bark hath sped without one 3 :60 1 1 i 7:20 pm
check, Daily High Springs Daily
Jr. nowle? the editor, wrote back ex. Sunday ex. Sunday
dg e that thi4 nue should be al- -................-...
, as a check for the amount of the Interchangeable Mileage Tickets, good over 18,000 miles of among the prin-
Swould crtttlltly be forthcoming cipal railways iin the Southern States, are on sale by the principal agents.
that the p-ilke might misander. Through Pullman sleeper Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantic Coast
Line; also via Atlantic Ooast Line and Southern Railway.
---- Fo complete information, call on
J. A. (OODWIN, Ticket Agent, Oainesville.
*member that -t great many good Address:
ssc4st mioreth t they are wort.- FRANK 0. BOYLSTON, Com'l Agt.. W, D. STARK, Travy. Pass. Agt
eo 1..lot 188 W. Bay st. Astor Bnilding, Jacksonville, Fla.
__ _------ _- H. M. EMERSON, Traf. Mgr., W. J CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Agt.,
Wilmington, N. 0. Wilmingtonl 0.
M -T


Scts on tlhe
livert cutes Chlla
and Fev'r. and every form of
arlal, BIllouj, ettpitting and Inter-
s, and, by goilg to the seat of the
Anent cure.
IPT- CE8T$S ORR BOTTLE.

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fIjlE DAILY SUN:a GAINEIE, FLORIDA, UNE 11, 1903


''A i T HO RSE'sDEaUt
w' s.' eer Inaweduce4 Htim
Cthlye C.t tBayers.
"* lat tIn, a heav;.rraft horse,
m:V#4 :i debut In New York city is
tol4 b^ Sewell Ford In "Horses Nine"
as t4W: He had been the boast of
Ko county for a whole year.
"... s..Ihow 'em what we can do in
in t p," the stock master had said as
j his silver whitelall carefully
r d the Oi9' .for shipment east.
STh yare not unused to ton weight
S his .an the neighborhood of the
fluii) .H~ad, where the great sales
stable Are. *Still, when Chieftain was
brought out, his fine dappled coat shin-
Ing like frosted steel in the sunlight,
n e4 bis splendid tall, which lud been
done up in straw crimps over 'i,Lpht.
rippling and waving behind him, tLhert
was pi great craning of necks among
the, buyers of heavy drafts.
'Ge,. tlemen,' the red faced nuc-
tjoneer had shouted, "here's a buster;
one Of the kind you read about, wide
A 4L Wagon, with a leg on each corner.
There's a ton of him, a whole ton.
Who'll start him at $300? Why, he's
as good as money In the bank."
That had been Chieftain's introdue-
tion to the metropolis.
The Soianlil.
A. mniltary correspondent gives a
goOI. description of the SomalI, who as
a In;hlhng man is not first class, though
he is fend of drill and proud of his
unlo6r.. But he is by nature decided-
tly .fteinate; his toilet is a constant
souiceI of anxiety to himself, and the
Spains he will take to curl his crisp
black hair by the application of vatri-
ous substances to his head is incredl-
bie., He is fond of finery, of luxurious


THE
STAR OF Bl LTI

KODOL digests what you eat.1
KODOL cleanses. purifies.
strengthens and sweet-
ens the stomach.
KODOL cures indgestion, dye-
--d o pepsita and all stomach
and bowel troubles.
KODOL accelerates the action of
Sthe gastric glands and
gives tone to the digestive organs.
KODOL relieves an overworked
Stomach of all nervous
strain, gives to the heart a full, free
and untrammeled action. nourishes
the nervous system and feeds the
brain.
KODOL is the wonderful remedy
that Is making so many
sick people well and weak people
strong by giving to their bodies allof
the nourishment that Is contained In
the food they eat.
Tour Dealer Can Sapply Yo.
Bottles only. $1.00 S"e holding 2%4 tie
the trial size, which sells for 0c.
M. C. DeWITT A CO., CHICAGO


and indolent habits, and keeps up an
incessant fire of chatter. He is grasp- I
ing, and. in the matter of food is BODIFORDT & MeCLUXM,
greedy. Tiinid In the presence of the -
European, he Is easily excited and M[N AND WOMEN
quickly loses his head. Dancing is one MUN Aill lforu.nara
of his chief pastimes, accompanied by .i d(Bhar.l (matioua,
the loud clapping of hands and a con- not re itr. ati of muou membraton.
thewwt ifc ofPtnU0oumlembranesl.
tinpous and monotonous wail, which i^ 0EV*SS Paseitet so nd not wtrin-
no'doubt does duty for a song. Somali oI ONCI aIIAI,0 UCSd or -go ,
women never dance, and scarcely even Ls. .. orsent In plain wrapper.
smile; they are completely cowed b y.ex tSetee. $ o..
the men, who treat them in most cases roular sent on re4uea*
unkindly, if not actually cruelly. The .. ... _... .
Somall Is most punctilious in the per- 1 0 T
formance of his religious rites; but he MIE U PUBLICO
seems hypocritical to a degree.-London We, the undersigned, hereby agree-
xpress. to pay $1,000 to any manufacturer of
Violin Varnish. paint who can show, by sin)ilar tests,
The violin dealer was talking about any paint standing upon any metal
fthe mystery of the old violin varnishes, surface as perfectly and for so long a
"The wonderful tone of the old vio- time as our
llns," he said, "depoiended on the var'- GRAPHITE ELASTIC PAINT.
nish a great deal. The secret has been We guarantee GRAPHITE ELAS-
loast We don't know today how the TIC paint to contai: 1o tar, roosn, as,
old varnishes were made. Charles phaltum or any of the products
Reade,. who went into this subject pit or any of the products of
deeply, clae that ol with gum in petroleum, and when applied to any
solution and color evaporated in spirit surface according to our directions to
were the bases of the best varnish. But wear perfectly for a period of five
whether he was right or wrong no one years, and we agree to furnish, free of
knows. A violin consists of from thir- charge, all paint necessary to repaint
ty to seventy pieces. \Ve make violins any surface where it has proved de-
today just as they were made In the fective. Signed
past, but we don't varnish them the The National PaInt and Varnilsh Co.,
511tte. Some varnishes contained A
gtound amber. Recently, to the ruin ofCleveland. Ohio, U. .A.
a priceless Guarnerlus, its vartish was. We take pleasure in announcing that
scraped off and analyzed and an nbuu- we have secured control for Alachua
dance of amber powder was found."- county fpr the sale of thl celebrated
Philadelphia Record. GRAPHII TE ELAST10 (generally
known as Unelo Sam paint) This
Bear worshlper's of Japan, paint has the highest eildolrelenti for.
The queerest and perhaps the oldest tin and iron roofs and all exposed
people of the earth are the Ainos, tho me Al.
bear idoaiters, who are found in the T. F* T*HOMA H. .S CO.,*
Japanese Islands of Kovriles. Sahkall- GalnBvllhI. 7.
*no and chiefly In Yezo or Hlonnaldo.
They number more than 18.00) souls
In all, and (hey are fast disappearing.
They have the broad nose and the
oblique eyes which characterize the
Chinese and Asiatic races generally,
but there the resemblance ends. The T[
Anos are a large and powerful people, 11 S
straight as an arrow.. All the Ainos .I i g
declare they sprang from the Great
White Iog-the bear-and a princess
of the south. The bear is their chief
gOd.
d. ___ t;Coulpily..
How to See naer Water.
A lens for seeing under water is
descrbed as producing an effect which
Is both astonishing and delightful. It Complete stock of Furni-
lires distinct vision to objects from
twenty to thirty feet below the sur- ture, StoveS, eatrsD. Do
e whi tich are usually out o oidgM hine e
u reye range. The e.ye's losh, of ex-j !X4itic sewing v ehilt$et4
tending vision when under water lI ,_,,_"_"_. ......
*wig' to tlq fact thbt an entirely dlf-
fAgtt fkus is rquired. The spcta-
hi can adjust this focus are
pUttl ng two watch cryltaIs 8
back or with the concavlU tiT
t ry it and te surprised.
u -- ~ [ CALIFORNIA AND RETURN
fl0I# EtJii TTyo Ever Did. E. -
Bright's powers of sarcasm Via .. A .N. .R. .
mlst nainlvah l. kine of his
Wttetnee live been a4ga.lnst First-ea round trip tteketl fI r
Sof iUe noblltty. When boasts Uoinevtill o sale July 31 to Ate
mlade of the anutiqulty of a 13; correspondint rat0e1 I -'o mother
autlly,. thit their ancstor I point. Tickets good gonAg op. ot9iM
t tte Coinqueror. his and returning another. e FaIOtb
pt. 'l neverr heard that topover .r.tsagtw lU. In1*p r I,-i
.1 .o *09'


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IV~st mus ~owt&Weu. ,~


DR. J. H. ALDERMAN,
D.E N T I S r.
[Sucoessor toSeWller& Aldermani]
Over Dutton & o's Bank, Galnesvltle
Speolml attention to Crown and ride wo
Phone 794"
V GORDON 1 lS4SO


DENTIST.
graduate Baltimore *ollege Dental Surgery
FIye years' experie a e in New York City.
Crowna, Bridtre work ail Filling Speoialttes.
Am, WoUX OVa AANTsMR.
Orrxcm xzt INDIn 13Yue, .(lAI MitVt.L., PI.A

DE NTEtST
South Side Square. Gainesville. Fla

Parnes Block. across the hall from Smith's
Studio.
j W. PATTON,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR
Dealbr in resao ,*at4t. Thoroughly posted
With very seotitonotMTnd in AlsOmhua county.
Correavoriednoe solloited.
; J. DEMPSEY.
FURNITURE REPAIRED .
andl Made New.
LOOKING GLASSES RE-SILVRhiD.
We .buy or seUl Prniture, or o0an ontrOt
with you on the oommlaiston -baisl. Patlronage
soliolted and. satiafa0t.on alw as. ,
SARED TAYLOR,.
PAINTING ANDI
A, Jt HA Nt.. INOL
GAINiESVILLE, IJLORDA

I Aeas. f. DECORnsATORS'~' WAI. PAP~ntt


COMPANY, New York.


Q0o. U. WALKER .:


AMUMLnr T. BSAaLOn


WALKER & SHAYLOR
ATTORNEYSAT-LAW,


Jacksonville, -


Florida


4.8-02

CAFEJ BELVEDERE,
WM. SOHCUJI, l'roprietor.
182 W. Forsyth at., Jacksonville, Fla.
Opposite Postoioe.


Best dining place in city.
Wines. Liquors and Cigars.


Fine


THE WE ER 1SD,
FINE WINES. LIQUORS CIGARS
JOHN MuaaNZM lRProplotor.
al0slW W. BUY st.. Jttoasonville.
FMuotk beer, bottle and d ftaugRht. )on't
fail to aill on mio whenin JafckoonvilJe

W HEN 1N JACKhONVILLE

THE ORYSTAL SALOON AN)D ROOF
OAGARDEN.
The best i4qunrn in the city. Enter.
tainment every night at Roof Gardeoi
Theatre.

T olu mRAlAlIAic
TiX., S'ZT M METAL AND
P IUM1ING E1TWAlIAI IB4ISNT

SATIBSrACTIQN o7AI(AWTRISD.






jeo% rowle', Viorids


More litut. "n i from 12 tU .
BA{rtwmOy otheAtr, s1aon Im..
p f1r4 Wnberger flmt ol Draggktt

Stewko, Fh, ahop, f Iame in refoo
to ord.er. Pooli Hlia **, 1Jow18H
Alley. a. FOlh Y#, .a' l


SOUTHERN RA.IlW Yr:t
In Connecttonl With A LANTIC COAST LIND,

ow' 1rXViuv JAMirAWI 14, 1t008. '
No. No. 2 e No,4 Betwn Jamckouilttle& mi New York No.... t N
.7 p lta2 n 8 4 a Lv. aecksonvwille. Fl .;.So. .......... .... ,.A
1056P 050 pi*) L.v. esupU.... .... .,.......... 30,r +*i
1l 4I) a12 nT Lv. 'avwanith, Ga ...-. ......... Ar .. A 1, 10S
(o) a6 9 | 16 p Ar, Columb a, ...... .. ,, ,,,., ..Lv
[10 243 1164 ArU rleebo ro,N.C. ...T. 64. O. 4 .
o0 8 R i titr a Ar. D tavtlVe,\Va ........ .. ...... .. . 2t0,v 2 t
11 17 ...... tM'4 ArNobictonti, Va. So. y............ p. i
4 o 1 p 7a 48 .Ar. CharlottovlU t, va .... .............. v. 94 1 1
l)0 pi 74) 1 74 Ar. W asthington, D. C:.. .- .....4..........LV. I 0D1 a 81 S
SL '11 t l 1] 5 100 x0 Ar., BUtiLIamore Mr ,, P,. R, I.........,.... 12 519
11 1 1 pi6 It112 Ar. P ti telp l., P,.. ,..... ..... .1v. a
^-.il t43.,".. 3 ,.! vAr. New Yorl.,..... .v. 120 1
Nos. ai 3ad 1 as-'"rThb Southern VPam Uiited," Soli veatibtled train ot Pullman drawlbk
room. cot I Mnientt, ohlub, oomnpiito, observation and dinling ear between JaekionviUe utS
NOW York, Arrivoesdaul.v xoxept Mondidty8;.ltoveskdall; exoub utdayw. , "
Nos. -M lind 14 --"New YorkI ann Fiorita expreas," ullmatn twtlts room ateuitignrstH an a
dltilnir oars between Jaucsoatvlllo and New York. Coaohes between JaoksonvtIle atnd W .a .
SNOs. ) atni '-l"WtshttOin antd Florhtal Linited." PuIllmn drawinlr room slooplitr oars '*
between Ja.oksonvlle and New Vorkl. Coac1hesbetween JaokaIuvile alind Wahlnrton, Itoil i,
ears between Colunusbh and W ashtt ton. alvy.

I 11. P I..... ... ........................ . .. -. ............ . " "" '
.. a .. .. ...v........ r' 'hthe"......... t"'alld" ofh% .. Sky..., ..o. No o
12S tmit l..v. ..... .. ...... Sav uM h..a. ..... .., So, ty ,... ... Ar. + tr .10;
06) Ar. .. ...... ....... olumbia, ..... .... o, ..... Lv.
I N) Ar .....................A hav tle. N, U .......... So. .. v. 4 o
Ila? Ar.......................Hot prna. N. ......... . 45
N Ar .... ... .... ....Knoxville T eonn,,....... lo. y .. ... ..Lv I t .
i a is AAt'r.. .. ....... ... C no ........... .. . 8 '. :
Natmt. *0 a ;.o ...ultim. drawingrtoou and buffet oWeepihg oar between. Jau .ii ill and

No. 6 No.ia BetweetiJackso ip te uand the North iand West N0 0 No.G
0 10 a 7 4A I .v, Ako-nvillls. 0 6l A-. 55)511080
101 at I ki lMv, Jetup, CaIO .......... ..... ... ......... . Ar 0 S
8 1 300 ta Ar, M om,, Iia ...... .. ........ ,... ... ..... ........ Lv. 10
to 0 20 A. A tlanta, ........... ...... v .....lv. 10l M8 tit
9 7 I, .M Ar. om no ,O ........ .. . ....... .... ...............lv, T8 t 81
02 t1t Ar. IDalto a. ..... ........ .." .................. .. v. 7,24 7
1048 945 Ar. (littianonotm t, Te n,.,.. ,............................Lv, 01 t tm
540 t llt p Ar. l-Axington,.Ky, ..... Q.& 2 ................. ...... Lv, 10 0 a ( A p
7 B8 730 Ar. Ciotunat.. .... .Lv.. 8001 13)1
3 i)t ao0 lp Lv, sOh o,,,...liUt Four.................Ar. 71
) 10 AAr. Chlnoha, li.......... "li lour,........ ..... ..........,..Lv. 110 b I ) 1W
0 ,it a $ p iLv. ("ilotmatlOhtio. 1.n. LlnO ......l i' u, l ................. Ar ... A 0 .. 000-4P CO .+p
1 T30 72 i Ar. (ihi 7go ...... M... .. . ll ita. .,...... ............. ...Lv. R40 14)00 a
ti) i..in. ,,oti. . .r.. ). Mo on. .., r 4, a ,) .
45 P 7 At O. toI l. .. .h ........0.. o . .-..ono ................. 0
C 2) 04(1 p Lv. Ci A) 1)6It0a tAr. ol lo. Ohio........... .....- .. ...L v, l a1:
4 90 70 A r. Detroit', m iop h, ............. ..
10i t (X p To Lv. CIlno".inati, Ohio.11, .... 'inn. Lives..... ............ Ar. a + a +O p r."
S40 op 86 a Ar. 1tHbur. P ..,.....,.... Lv. 1 p 800a
t;10 a 9)i 0 p Lv. Cincinnatt, Olilo. U hou................,...,..,,Ar. 01 t 5 .
a Mo pG 1 i Art. (iCOvlan,.Ohio l ,.. ................... .... 9.. Io i p t .s,
7 10 at 8 50 p Lv. Lexigton, Ky........8o. ty................... .A. 10W 46 a4 1900
10C1 M 3 M Ar. Loul vite,. .. ...... ....................... v. 7 40 mf
7.. a it A Ar. St.t LW lf, Mo. . v. .t.ot p ,
S, o p lv. Lexingtonl ..... . Iy ............. ....... .. A o 1 .... .
... .. m tv. LoulaVlle,l y ........ .. Pe1 t ne .m ... ............ I.v. 14O 0 .. ....
tNo. 8 11\ -."C'hl<}(y Iml OCinciulmtut. Arrlve* daillv except Mond aIy leAvelatlly exopt l yye. Ti1rol U t9ll3aflP,
dra tlg room lee ng cars to Chtotgiv vit Biio i mur: to 01vei atl. via lug i o1 to 10bitbu
via Peunmvivania linel ibrary observaion oar to Louoevllle slt-iolam thoroutuf as ooj -
t1 h L W&. Dnr o nornary 'to'urlb I hu o on
Wt Chaitaiao(ia. -iningle oar to Cnolninatl. Also l''oudky. Thursiday uay 0 atu ray, Olro0u~i
Pullntn s eotpilng oar to Detroltr;-
NON. l1i amd 1*- "The llortdp tAmIttel6"' Bolld v ttittulo tm rln, Pulln Vpwittwntt roPrii= I ,
inl cars. Fhi't.tohlmm t.horo(iu.m rairot ooaohsm M it dlltl Oars1 bktw4ee Jaakb tn yltto ald Uin01l
natl. Tbhrouigh Ptalluuan.drawlini roo'tlopoinglt oars t Oa hitoao vima 0U, ., I,-MonotI IoOutl to tO
('tdonaro vila 'ent ilvanla lines. Dally.
N T.B(No.I 3 h >t W4o Ja 2 8 h 14iPtT Lv .. Ja. o.it vi.. ... + ...... .. ... .. .. ..... Ar. $ 1) a4 ' ; :..
itq01 p.o a44 i. r ,I 4osiP a , , .. ... ... ...... .... ..... '. 1. k 4 I' N
( X'N I A. r,N It ..w. I I ............ T. I 1
S00 A alf Ar, kti t.O t .....,. .......... ).. ......... V. 19. 1) ill "1'
.1 a I 91 1 0 0 Ar. A, nntop. Ala.......... ,.......... ".............. Lv. 3 SW F..
6% 1 I11 48 Ar. l, I Iirmtm At ... .. Al . ... .... ..... T 0411) p +
u..0... t ^ r Ma..i .. h .rjn, n ,, ,,, I ..o.................... i, v.6

aNo. Ja1uld 14 Tho ioridt 'Aitdl.od," P1ll1mint d4rawhng roouet Moplen u9r betwe i0 0 4
Jaoiwtonvilll nad JKoifnsmA'lyt. DAtnl,hR1il.ly
JDoiing t>Kiro. Apply to ay' ticket A$Nnt for Rttervationo. '
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forsale-rp. Tdt '
ding l in tory by ha
e run up yor anoter year.
t om: Gainesvitle good ret
S ithe and ..8.e, onlah.



e mwig$erry' otzen are in the
o h d his apprecinti



w aedijng olrcuit eou',. 'They
wtnes-ea in the Easterlin-Olark
SSolet trayed from nmy :h
'Widbdday ,morning 'A $mall, w
Wa el tippy ,abolt 6 Inches h
ivleawe :r.0tu.Lrni toW. N.- WlI
Sa$i6ley oVf Newberry is in
Sattendtuiig the special eessio
tac Is a witnesIs I several
itteit as0es that will come up at


*lS^EJ',. Oellon of
7iitlg, 31., reoativ
large' number of'
It4lad 'is namer
's subscription, llst 0
: Mrs.M.A. COo'
SJohnrand le-nry,
yesterday and w
ttre hmne., The
ilvaire cottage cm
;; m: di

lA1 embers are
'td a pleahantt r
lra~lbe, un
otesti furnish
n*il.i. 0uso.
w, Sftoe. ,Al
7t04 hoousekeep
A. ilg oft
among the mka
ville yinw1irdhy.





ctyh eltyding ytl
pl i is f iouthlis

In the city ye tL
plies fi his uil
estab*ltahed at th
two l t.bators n,
S:t o0rathon Itwo

C~..t.. onremn w
inhed i f tira. I
House. Cl.
th p 00of the o th


ithre w#V nu
the i6. b, of A
riopmrue blok I
'kw u4irgiumunber c
npr eent. This
'*o Ing to mthe



i ansd
kw-aia app
^^N~~~~/ 'f 'f"'1.'1


I ,he $1 W Monday Ite w 4 to
Osksa 4 oti6ll% ai tn by th; tlat
, 6 Co, st0Line'




of y being umnnoneo ,~re a witness
before; the special. ter f oort. -
Mrs. J 8. .lleu, .wlibieet spend
lag. several ays in the oty visiting
relative, 4od friends, returned to her
f bnome in "4,ksonville yesterday

ur I In the city yesterday. The ice plant
now being in.t.alled t th$ .i.t is.ex-
pected t be ,n opeat IbyAugust 1.
n. "W, H^. @onldepat tetiday fobr
Oeala, where be haa aoted a posi'loii
Ith* the large wbii and retail
th whiskey establishment of ., F.
roRd wArds.. -.
OgAn add4ition..Jut tflaUhed to the
0ow0ard house In East A Gainesvtlle ho1-
t ., ,, I I .r I .h I I -._ : -.. I..


proves the appearaazc of the property
besides enlarging their room to a eon,
silderable ete nt;'
'.. FYaster, c* one.' f the leadi*|g
:merchants tieopy,. was a;.Islor
htre yesterday. Me wa' isuipohned.
as one. of the :rors4Maqt owing other
presing bdislanrts wab z-eued.' .
Remember the REtand execution to
Tampa Oiver tihe tea~4 Air Line on
the 16th iit..rtjare ftf.i Galnesville,
rund ip, only #2.23, leta good re-
turning nuti the i.8t., i"luive.. 8'
,A new sidewalk is now Leing placed
irourd 'the property Of W. R. Steekert,
rne1lr, the oak grove. .When completed
It w-illprove of tr t covenience to
the trt4yl.ig public that pass that
*w o-. ... ...... ' .


city
are


ieon;

t of
.in-
this


rague is in the city
tes and meeting his,
friends. While here
0 enrolled upon the
of The San,
roneas annd two sons,
Sarrived.in th cityy


ill mate hia thetr fi' '. Qawthon of Newberry was
y have rented tlo M- amn. ng the v1sitorsto the Central City
n Arredond.o street. Wednesday' He has just' returned
)oding will entertain from a trip of several days to his old
t' Card Club at her home in Georgia and reports' having
refrI _'io at 4' oe'clock. had1 a pleasanttitme.
.rged to' be. present, N. W. Littlil eld, acooinpanied by
ningeil antiolptted. hli brid, iarted in the city from
men will find" the Port aij |terday, where he uar-
ed rooms at the riedon Wedilay evening. For the
in'-ex, 7 cents por present he are comfortably located
go several rooms for
Png. Apply 1Brown at Mrs. Fost.s., on East Main street.
W. 0. Shehee, Sr, of High. Sprimrs
Orange lights was was inthe city yestehda e .hhas .,
y visitors to Gaines- oetttly4disposed ofhlitbWisinessrit that
Hle says that the pilce, ow ng to his cotisnued 11 health.
soetlon were greatly ie expects to shortly take a trip oin
rain. aald wind there the coast hi the hope of benefiting his
t. health.
Cedar Key is in the C0pt, H. C. Parker, one of the lead.
tou it court. It will lig merhants of the iaOr esee action,
that he hIad i(die difll- was a isyltor to GatI0 4 le yesterday.
erry sovero 'imontlh He.. ay thit that th 4tio a fvored
o was sriouasly out, with a good rai, f Tueasay,
e that brings hiim here. which11Wi1 greatly h the corn and
ski of Arredotido was ooa ..
iday )purtia p. The -ll amt. ontAl
Itry f-irt ic.t he I-s Coast ib for eaizr i,. 4 if
lat point. 1o now has Bruns:wltaen fA
t ueid ,xpect to put xceptioms4 ter, o t t a ronl- from
more withtld the 'nxt silnev li train wasinagut.
d espeilly fr the benefit of ..ines-
Oa W .l oDavis n I lom.d t i t .. :":'
Davis, of Pltttka, are Litt "isfi g ure
tupphig at the BtroWn but We ar tll athe S t Oal
twvs Ira; bret ettgaged Fr :yom oh X)|lflpm iek wiok or
ilttil casetes to ooime u dweer r .your oa der
moart antd is here tor o drotid "M' FLaa.,
wh wer iseiv( v Protirptr ftten.-
(okitg after his client. tion., t
interesting meeting of LumbrbA haR been placed on the
at their easinip tthe groud fot the erection of%1'o e i
t night, ai whuie4 a denie f W P. Carter The balding
f tU14 mmnb4r, wore w-l loeto4n the inag property
young order is fast and w bikpluffgwliiketo wl e lar
front in Haliesvlle, iinuber of o'M0 btli In thAlit
ocomittg li at every '*ectlo tie st year.
... ..., E, i the f rin .
aoMStm h and LivOr the bu, ie
lhaM you need when I*tnhitilea
mtte, feel dull after tday. The ru tn hi eolouto
Swith a badly taste ar busy now thi ppig their mnloau
lea ands inA iorate Plh wi lslt tft ed bot-
d ve you a relihfor a llhhe t ie, k ,will be aw k
,sae by all drggtZy o. vifAlahsfohia n Gat e
*atmr,, alrg t i e l'eterday brought to this

)oast Line offers spooeiial oe sampe of sme of the Il g,
M~inh., in Ju.ly At- bens >Wn lis Is a this ssaso.
o.. in r t inhs. in length an
Tetn., In June and ar.Dias sys that : Sy p-ro ,i well,
$d..in Julf Bal. to eahhil osly a few rows being
SBoson, Mae.. In neessry tpiodae all that his fam.
u, tJune, t Sa- tly could -e.
.ehav Nahll een trbed fot some the
.8peoal low 76ays C t, f
4Htheor points. b. bp been takng Ohan"
staui about b! 55a 4 Lier Tbiet
ow.. Tiket e
^H^^1'-Tt^ ~ as manyi^11^^^


.... teams fo kj er. .. ...

4. W rar o, of the progressive Tw o fdti trailrd ipatc I( water-'
npumeysrfi ta4mes, among the u rgea melons pass(^ Whrqugh the sy Wed.
mbeifo- peoplee from he rural di- nesday eT'oae ~, the northern and
triots a ."ttendiii; co rt astern mrkett i
Atiantlc.?oat Line will sell road There .elon came from Marton and,
trip tickets to ,TacksonviUe on Monday, the southern and of Alahua counties,
Jue 22,d, for ,1.50. Convenient and one can only have an idea of the
sBehedubleh 1oth directions. acreage of thi. crop when it. is rer
..R Sp~arfmn, one' of' the promi- memberedthat at least twelve ears
nent bustmess on ofL.ke cutler,. is are shipped .through here daly. .
in the city tnetsing his large number Revolution immintnt,
of friends and acquaintances. lIe A sure sign of approaching revolt
will etr f to that place today.l and serious trouble in your system' i's
Cards are out announcing the cele- nervousness, sleeplessness or stomach'
bration f the golden wedding of Rev. upsets. Electric Bitters will quickly
andMrs. r, C. Ley, which happy event dianember the troublesome causes,
will occur at their residence in Mica- It never fails to tone the stomach,.
nopy, July 4th, from 4 to 7 p.m. regulate the liver, d clarify the
P, A. Varnes, one of the substantial b R "y aun dowdusystems.b a~t ari
planters of the Hawthorn section, was aches vanish under its se.archlng and
a vtiitor to (Gainesville- yesterday. thorough effectiveness. Electric t~
Whiie here he called at this office and ters le only '0 and that is returned if
renewed his subscription to Aachuasit don' give perfect sa.tifaction.
menewdhlay.ubGcriptionto Alachua Garanteed by-alldruggists. "
lum inary. -:.-- .
W. W, Holt of Hague is in the city DIES FROM WOUNDS.
attending court. He says that t.he ....
trler are now bay with their can- William Wiliam t~he Negro Shot by
taboupe crop, which have just begun to John Holt, Expired Tuesday.
move. The largest shipper from that William Williamson, the negro shot
section this I season is 3, B. Dell, Jr. by John Holt at Newberry on last Mon-
.. ... day, died from the effe ts of his wounds
CutS,. Br-ises and Burns Quickly on Tusday night at 1 l"ook.U
.. Healed. ,I wil bet remembered'that the dis-
h berlain's'Pa.in Bam is an anti- pute arose over house rent due Holt
septic lilniment, and when applied to and which he had tried to collectA .
u b 86,o eand burns, causes them Holt was arrested in this city yester-
toheal ilhoun mturation and m uch day, but later released on bond.
m.qneiQfily than by ijanal treatment. .
fotsale by all druggists and medi- Hot Weather Weakness.
o'ne dealers, Iyou feel agged ou fel fagged out, listless and
State Encampment.' lackia- g in energy, you are perhaps
Now that the Florida Legislature suffering from the debilitating effects
has made an appropriation for the of summer weather. These. symptoms
Florida'. StateTroops adequate for an indicate that a tonio is needed that
encampment, the 'oflfcers of that or- will create a healthy appetite, make
ganization are soon to turn their at- digestion perfect, regulate the bowels
tentio t to the selection of a place for and impart natural activity to the
a camp of instruction for the summer, liver. This, Herbine Will do; it is a
Gen. Foster was asked in Tallahassee tonic, laxative and restorative. H. J.
on Friday what inducements were to hegae, ePropr. Grand View Hotel.
be offered by the various towns of the H'erbine for the past twelve years, and
State for the encanmpuent. He re- nothing on earth can beat it. It was
plied that the inducements would be recommended to me by Dr. Newton;
in the shape of facilities for the coin- Newt Kan." 0 at Johnn Bros.
fort and convenience of the .soldiers Before Justice Colman.
and fr arragemntsfor the sanitary udge Colman had iwo cases before
condition ofte camp. Referrlngw to him yesterday morning which he d a-
fa ttesJor modern camp, Gen. Pos- posed of in his usutE business-le way.
ter stresse th necessity for a orn- Sam Englih, a negro, was arraigned
abundant supply of good water. These on the charge of beating a fine milch
conditionlhe a id, would be consid- cow belonging to J. A. Dawson of
erd '.abolutet necessary.-Times- North Gainesvillei The evidence was
, .... of a strong nature and he was bound
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and over to the circuit court, giving bond"
S, Diarrhoea Remedy for his appearance.
Is everywhere recognized as the one Tom Dooley, an escaped convict who
remedy that can always bo depended yet had fifteen months to serve when
upon and tlat lI pleasant to take. It ia he skipped, was also up. IHe will now
especially tva le for summer diar- have to spend an extra three months
rhoet 'nhildxen and is undoubtedly in the gang for his escape.
the means of saving the lives of a
grIt man hidren each year. For FightWill beB Siter.
sae by druggits and medicine Those who will persist in closing
dealers,f t e u ls
their ears against the continual ree-
Heavy Wind and Rain at Sink. om nendation of Dr. King's New Dis-
Tttsday afternoon AlachuaSink was cover for consumption, will have a
vilited by a trrleflc wind and rain long an bitter fight with their trou-
storm which lasted for several nin- bles, if not ended earlier by fatal ter-
u It is said that the dam now in minat ad what T Bea of
tes. Beall, Miss., has to shy: "Last fall
Geom se rp aaskctdon at talhat place my wie ad everydpstorn' of eon-

waves whinh tolled over the work re. Discovery after everything else had
eeltly eoimpleted. The coutractora in failed. Improvement came as once
a.neyoo.... entirteys, cured heru"
bharoe of the work still have a dl-e G trabneort b aslt 4twv r ieeI.e
'tanoe. of abe thirty yards to build 50o and $1. Trial bottl -free.
before thbydnmplete the wall around T.. o cne-S"Ita
the outlet. u t ou Two More Players.
' -the outlefo- A telegram was yjeterday received

Extrean ai great. tax b. Manager McArther o the eff
port thae hdiet te ower of batet that Moses and Freeman, two cracker-
uwhenp the digfeee powthey obabes ak baseballists would arrive in the
then a t ndofes oe Wb white OrC'am ty this oraning 'to join the Oak Hall
venia few e-of white's n, a ...


venmfugea. the Children's tonic. -1 baseball aggregation. This will oomrn
w sti ulate and faciliatte the di. plete thi e tea i for Galnesailn e and the
esitO ofthelrod. so that they scoon manager is confident that he will
eme at J healthy and activ have a Winning aggregation.
Briek WtOk All Completed. A Frightened Horse.,
The brick tork on the new electric Running like mad down the street
light plaInt been completed with dumpingthe occupants, ora hundred
the exoelpin of a few finishing' o Ir aeeidenit, are every day o e'r-
tousehe whdeh will be put on the build. onses, It ehoove*everybody to have
jing today b. C$t'tractor Reeves. The a srel sveal ehald and thereWs none
walls are abpot 19 feet in height, and .s d aklles, A sica* ie.
the sse of tl1~ lUding is 88fs61 fe.t as : p nanekl nia itSohi
P.*F .-. e Ue ,. !0, at ally dr atmstars
.' Wiiuw .. Soothing S rup has OWfF or th Mnes,
b used te sumthn 'Y anelyeste.. sent two

wl. Scld by alli To Iooy, tth ate Dooley is
Haas R*eg Ptomt Tattahasne, e by INpty Granger near Platk
pt. Q. h, who ha t been:" : '-t we 'ek
bset fo the.ept two day, retuned A Otly nMistake.

ha osa*oas*e ,n e s. i. in& I s"


a t~i A* bo heasakrr 1 lady s
at~.pro pertect aftting
cort.i We 4 ftR any style
gnre p eer4 of the most
t*e i7:alq sole84 agents
for-A;!;W ) ,, ,the K abo
MCO 80 4o'.rIitan Corset.
;Thlis atto? to *be ,tw orutad.
jusabi corse edlm and
.out gTares. 9 e also keep the

Special alWuues
Jno aydepartSents this week.
:- pa:It ty O-tsit the store
often '. .
Mosuito Cenopies
It $*.00, $1:.25, $1.75 and
$2.26, ready to hang.



MRS R. WILSON







UNDER T ASKING CO

Fall line of vinE CAS-
K ETS, OOF IN S,
ROBES, t. AlU funer-
al supplies up to date.
learse and carriages
furnished hen desired.


4;


Personal attend ion to
all business in this line.
Orders by mail or tele-
graph prtof.ty.atend-
ed to. -

.. *^ l-1. -.^


UNDE-RT'iING" CO.





(118 E. N-ION ST.)



Special Reductions in several
gredes while te cards last.

PARTY AT ARREDONDO.
The HmM6 fof apt. and Mr*. Torbert
tthe $cont ofGaiety,
Arredox*o, Ju he beautil
home of Oapeit.An4W-1 A. W. G. Tor-
bert was the s o of glety on June
6th, the Oecabij being a dance given
to their numeIro, friee', s .
This WA Onft of th) greatest social
events of th sao an w uas thorough-
ly enjidyedl by e who woeirerent.
The rown wovi beautifully decorat-
ed with u fetes an4 roses Music
and danding were indulged in until
bot 11.tlr oeloek, when delicious e-
frethments of ice eream and cake were
served, afterr which the dancing w rte-
sumined.
There were friendss p fn
Momston, High Sprikga. nim i ,
Pa lerg, Waahoota, -Npa2n'i-
redondo and iRoli ont1 Lo|ni
tor midnight g t reluctantly
badel theiroa t ad hte, adiet, and
all d4elertat they had spent a Imot
enjoyable eveningmo
"lntOPt. to Asthima suffer.
Dlnlel Bjante of Otterville, Iowa
wrte. I ae had asthma for.,three
for ~*R and have tried about a
the oo. anUd asthma cures in th


b tot rerlittle benefit
1*0anti ?0n
'%.an 3JuWIa I ^t
^.st^ih&


J '





Twice


I. XXII, N


ST OF FL

PASSED .

Waters pf Missis
WtttgTowaid
4UH FLOODTIDE I

orti Indicate that
A Madison, Granite
May Be Larger Tha
aed,
*. bulo, Mo., J'I
A fromi 8 to 10
Miasleippi river,
and 90 feet deep
urln t past St. 1
Por a week the
S nd thea gaining
ip Uts ordinary .(
19t 8, it had epi
arIt of 37.5 fb
doe ehice the si
Ilcially establl4hed-
*or las now receding
re low water" iark
re for St. LQulI, and
, feet above the di
T hOcrest of tke fl
4iLouis, and an furt
be wrought will be.
_;lling of. un{
d.to the ooul
nn| i' of witibb
leading of the
4i$alling of wat
|@quickly ArWin
i on the Illinota
erty lose willbe h
to the da'4age(
possible, :
death Liat in
Irts are coming

et. estimated.
t least 20 p
'Im that viclh
rved early to
2a] town 3 m
:that a .sch4



*em from St
s he onl eV
malid.
)IVo rney Robe
Ice, iua repc
ae: missing a
ten the city
juty .Coroner
tiMadion ,@

ved in' Ma.AtB





*o levee that foMi
n~ Anclhor. and 2
Emtant' w beai t






mia.imlpox De1


enUr.lv IRPOR
~RAli447l~8
t~embl
U~ae'y~loqdIe
SiPOrt
-~ SW 4wUttt


0. 91 AI ~ESVILLE F 0

OOD HAS 'H
JUU HAS the congestion It wais ouuA ntei.ery
* to distribute the tiufferers ip the V t
I 1 la t^Mong the Waibash as far hMrt I
-r LO tU fleld. -.. ..
At 7 o'clock the official gauge Iresgie
texed 3A4 feet. The trend of dithi
iippi Resh-. fver this marninga eemsa to e to rl,
but the volume of water cominas from
S C ulf. above Is spreading out and does -n
make itself apparent on the a WAI
IS RECORDED by added Inche.
In the tri-cites, Madlson, Ventce ad
the DeathLls 1.Granite City, it Is epti6dt tedl thIl." w lw
e Deaththat at least 1,000 men, womeI s h.
City and Venice and children are In a precMleOu condb Min
in at First ,Sup tion. They are awaiting reecue,maanr
In the eeconed stories and on tops 'o '.
houses and other points above the too4. qA
ae 10.-At the are in les dangerr of WSimediate Tarnn
miles an h~ou death than starvation. ewho d
vmamedlate steps a e being talb coe at
over balrf a mhl taken to remove these people to places count
.1a the channel, o'tf afety and 0mparative comfort. IT out b
ulis toward thq East St Loufs, where the railroad Dore
river, slowly at yards ar.e flooded, the conditlone aro Tani
in speed, pcrepi the same as yesterday. All last nighl died,
nitnep until oQ& men were at work strengthealng the, T.he
ltabilhe. a high Ievboe that i kkeepin .,the ter ba. Aberli
eet, ~" hl.he.t froam the business and res.dende *o 6 a$ ,
me .k a tions of the citty. The railroad sait to h
Ine ma18r8. Tw ton shows no imTnWemeA-. fi the
In 1858. The inst
. Thirty ft ... i WAY-Min .
k la the dge t BSQY HIGHWAYMEN. lase<^
.i tohe dang- sd .. in
I the river r< hey Hold Up Snd Rob Pasenge *
xingr fne. on Blectre Car. fUt"t
oodl has pa. ed oSeattle, Wash., Jutne 10.--W'1d M*u
thir desttuetion revolver levelled at their hea4l, eight 4gIdi
fronm thDos -i passengers on an electric street o .. ..I49
armni ed buld- were forced to surrender their valui*
xtr7 below this aba3s to two robbers, supposed to be T a
is lessened b;i e l ate lat Rmlsht. n
river over the They forced the -'eonuctor and ono' wer
S torman, .t-"go' inside, -a4,while one 'T'e
er, It I1 s expect- went through the' passengers' pokk'; sow
Sthe. Innndated ets; the other held revolver. About nnlO.
side, where the. $80 ana several watches were so' wlcl
Leavlest; and-re .._ ,.e Wc
i property will r o"' e.- **-* .** ." ..oen
TROOPa ORDERED OUT. r *.t.
r..ng. Trouble Between Prohlbition lets and Gain(
in rom. MaNa SaloonrMen In Texas. .pHt,
Venice, which oustch, Tex., Juhe10.-A cavalry oo9ug
.may be largest om~Iany ha.a been saent'to Hempste0a the ni
It v1 Iowi where trouble IS feared this m rutlin. Whcl
bple have beenn The ro lUoniats wo recently i. July.
ty. A report contest... Wtxiler mounty- amnd the'
day from aew- r ntis sedir'ed a injuntlon, Thi 8WV
Rules from riat- prohibit.ibolsts held a. maeisft teetUg,
ool building is declaredr the injunctioni illegal and Stram
0 children, wAu void and gaVe the 'Aaloonlets unti
ned to colUps tuesday to cloe up under penalty oli
eals weremadc being closed. Anh'- appeal Was theou NIe
wre was no way j ae0 to the governor for the Rangers, fld
t. Louls or las but 'wa referred, and the adjutant gen. walk
places that a eraal Wa sent t -Hempstead to in s. ence
ttgate. The result is the ordering on th
rt Ha gneur, o out of troops. What will be the flnal for
)rto& by his rel- Outcome cannot now be predicted. bev Wi
nd they feAr he- otal alcons were recently .wrecked :bj -
waa ov6rWhelmn- citizens .upposed to have been pvrohibl- 1 p
r WllII&m .. all ionieta. plt
s *md his e.on, th.
eIn. ,ex Sv e nd ol. mov ef tii.-nn i efN w York* iP

ewe and iea 1" c ate, st.r 0.-dWitht Ofie tars
ift Wmloeved to ofl bribe o d thrWta of bodM.ily harm tcCU


ad th l asetover derdatlBi ofot nd itnt .lt era "e Ofthe
tids ofae :shI rice aofa onl A ait p t.l n .inder azi r
odnd that :towu N'j r or *Ii< inw a wsterfeit nat
Treo. Clifton and uiBoUU InIi. th othi wa boat.
nlaU t -or oes A stto bCMtA :d.o Swnr th .t


agent t .ey per atflyi* e.I iI. lbord 4a4 that iY e

hal. have ub vice aaet t protect hei. *


I tMhe .dicovery died of hli wounds, 1s ea rr. I, -r,
dais of lMadtc no -dng..r. T'e sotig.g ,as a- a .
in thefr powei mi.tlte en the pa, of Xr. BtevleW, h Iidexi
' "- .... GB ' SR V s.... -

Irft o ro k'.w '< ** r I I .. .. .. * : "u -'= I *-" I. PI.,.* I, I *. ... ,' '*: I *


o .t home". The work of reI~ievI the di"tr .. -.
SstorM. sad at Gal.es-illes W beas Oart.d i n a "


. (i 1 or IMalp s te otor ate. .t, e-
e ,.. t.. t . It o ;0
J= bbe

dei d t t. ': i ataat w te1s4 ,S.oi"


w hot thle Ln 4~wr r^: ,L #4 Ia hi amaN R.W $ ao' if a U5


1A1 t B. i" t 1,4 cUT.
syw Wile of H 8Q0 FWith Ad-
Itatrlng ItjrychaxIpi Whio.1
0 iAii. H D0th J '; 0
aest'vloi, Ca,,. June. Iji-John W,
A fthe t ofr V'ley 'l. VTner
lted under 5 t#IC~QQ ^ Ttan
)4n hom~e-^ft ^n oIn clct, thi,
efor Justice..+o th. e.l e A,-Cr
'*.s-w, ,
V, waiant# .s L.1# d -ta
14., *I,-CWiUWl ,..
iiwife of the/ryoh pzian-wh c
W 'arraut was tu! 'd over t.
4 Vr *6fM. S OWihA -t .
A M 0*4 .. ,' .
hel,. o Ga t il e leoft fo ,
tr, wr iatherwot e W .- i e
oued I.ns.en 'osi, 4 e. o a styc
oin.te 'tom'e st ndstbring rhei
to lneat t ,o a'be 4 sAo wrcerat
etsk Jticholf thkp e od the rto
I hi warrsat ga~ t Dr-. J .,
tin,' o ofry Be' :; who in.W :
ately in tune ats5n~eh d same to
wo rr* t a g ~bouu oie nealt
infhe h nottnt his,'-t er: -n a
mero at once t4her.d t ip hIa teami
oanxe to Gainieavlloe, wheree ethe
6 U t tthe a
et wah swori, lut a.l '6p80 p.i m,
rey.ult of the cheuiNt's .ail ulyil
ed ni -tenth s"ot f 'nf strych
in the stomach anth glasa froni
i mlk' was drauti. This was
teWt to satisfy Tannet and he at.
proceeded tx swer ut a waY
chat ng hia hd dal e-i
murderr' The aber t 'will reatOlM
nvilloe early today wIth the fal
oer, who willl, la Al probably,
)y a cell In the county jail until
Lext termt of f41i superior court
6 convenes th third onday IB

ALLOWED CARBOLIC ACID.
1e Man Crwates Exoitement oN
NeW York Ferry Boat.


w York, June 10.-An unldent,-
man baa eommritted euleide bi
owing carboli eacid lan the lpres,
of 50 or 00 women pasefngerg
0i ferry boat-leaving the tiBattxery
hlfity.nilnth street, Brooklyn.
4en the Women realized what had
ened. they ran to the deck, ".hrle-
nd. were only calmed when thi
stopped the batl.
S'man boarded the boat at thae
only' a few moments .before t-
ed OB td0 r tp. He apIal*ed pre
Died t d'..'tr ct0dh the M 'Utent lo
by wanderlng altaledely a"lot. the.o
9 of the deck haads watched hiMj
[y, fearing, he Iteand 4j mpina
&ard..-, After walking through
! .esarM e4 f ar. maepeveral
he croaML4 over to thel i. Hl

'and Sl dre t fit
idonly he drewa bottle from' he
ibte aBdhreww the bottle o1 ttr
The o or of the aod larded
0omen who mIt ner" a* .wb he
Ia 1 tell to. the to, Wei h
Okmjin* tt]udly..' A4 's dte be'
h boat reche. th d .


ITx IN IiIUB O. isOMM


a ":e.:k l9.a- rot


M I a .I.B 6 t a.: a w




,lted. the ,Rsh lader, the the NW.
ptt.-he. "0,ov :1metr .
it Hery O~am bare leano man houd
alriead a tnouneaad othearAhic'ep.
wo1p easo udhoand ti:e pr o ..6ao
Oh !ore the delat IopeneDq rt atchIn
t r wi. the' grain tader, tM ith-0 p
t444*eiist men0Vers of parilfsxe~t voul4
'prtly ensued the government' afdUt
Mr. Onhp4ai52U The I.boril IWadeO
,Sit makry ( mpbeliannatmnh had
already atnouriccus that hits' pIrty
wo44i ftlso uphold the propoalNl of
Ohf~cel to runiit -thq grain tax. Tl"s pric
tlcaly enusured the groverniet of deo
fet. at the l;ande of its ow- support'
ers..
Th e curious altuation created .th4
koonost interest.
ACCIDENT NEAR UNIONm,
Bridge .Q : Way, Preolpltating Me"
Into River.


Union, 8 0., Juno i.,-Ne'w ieab
ed -ore last nii, it of a teruTblto,,aciu
dent at Bro&d rivMer bridge, OI tihe
SeAoard Air Ln r.llrad4. l'uting
theI .ood of saturday 700 ya d,'0 o
time trestle w', a.aI .wue4d way 1ree the
southerin appiroUch to the brid e neat
Carllsle, Uniont eooatny. ,The. r4lroad
people have Ienta pile 4rivor to :begia
worh of repairltitg the-itreetle.. ;'hOe p
proach from 'the Aorth slde segIem d to:
be intact. The d'lver had'. to' b
,brought across to begmn the york of6
'4d.dvioKg the pjeio 6a thia side.
The attempt I a rlnad-e. When thei
engine and driver had roeachedti- th
lddle ofQthe bridge it gave w4 y and
th.e bridge, engine. andd ,rlvvr .and
crew of ten were 'precipitatod'lato thi
river. :
i Is hariato learn at this ti flth4
actual nutmnbr of killed, as t e, rail,
road people .do not seem 'to 00e. ta
tlk-, but It Is sald they report to' losa
of three klled. -W
COL .lrON ON SOUTHR*RN.
At Full peed Tr.ailnt C.raa h NaC A Fort
Hillt, S. Ct
Chlarlott., N 0., June 1o. u'therC
railway tral]n No, 97, the fa t mall
'from New York to New Orleaans', whlcl
Isl ow routed via Columbia, onu amount
of the. toett flood, .collided with IP
freight. train near ort uHil,' 8 S.
about 6.:830 oclock Monday afternoon.
Oily on0e .an, .IEngineer W.- A Wit-
son', of ColuItmbi, A8. .,0 waw sehouit'
ly Injured, Onoe ankle wask broken
by jam ping a -td the leg bruised ,o tHa.
he may. lose It. The occupatit* '01
both, cabis jumped. The 6o0tAct Wag
head on, at frll 'poed ntd .Ocurred .Ol
a high. fiA I he engI-ne *-were, badly
torn up. at both rolled 4o thte 0
banikmont.. .Isve or six ireight were derollihed1i and onii to ll c ir lof
oldorably amagde. lome.. o to the i.l
clerks -we.llrte y .bmtaybrisedg ". +
If i. saiad that the. freight' crew mis



Geneva,, .June l,~i-At 'e a**
ito.t of tle con veatjon of tie Worsd'
Women's Christian Teuupersew usal
tihe prelidg of< e ir Mr Li a
sets presid athont preaMent r ptedtlet thaeth
evntutl outcome'*"* of.^ *f 'WlaMns
Chrstan 'Temperance ,ik'. 41St
wOld b Wa eympl.t. vi.. to. ov' ti
M otta ;Vtb# :--0 -..$ -.-- ..-..

chrioe Ow illof WItiins

SIsdas om'r,'0 I0 Osdth i
,o e.m e dttt tlh

owtDo W.^lbeteass

The et uatwtu of t4 misngl 4edo.
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BIIEAU'SREPf

F CROP ON1TIONS

0soetive BLa.in Itimrrups
SFarm Work.
GORAT DAMAGE TO THE OROPS.

atolan in *th e4tnt Prt.lon of Belt Hai
Made' Good Cdrowth, but Is Very
GraiKy and Much Itn Need of Sun'
shInte.
Washington, Jtt btreaua 'weekly report of crop conuuk
tlont Ie as follow
ExAqetsi've rain sthe lower Ml-
ilatippl, central Ml4*iityptpl and Ohio
valleys, Tenneeaieo. the' Carolinas and
Qewtri have u.torruptdat' fand'work
an.1 cause great 4.t.agae to crops.
esapecailly tn the central Mistlslppl
and lower MiLesourl vails, the looad
stage. in the .Mlias)i$ppi river at St
Louls euing th ehih!tat sI9e 1858, and
Ithntf la theo M s0utri ,i .t' ICA at
COty "nae, 1844. T~i* pottactcd and
probDably nproa'eated ait'n! drouth
co0nttnea's praotioaia^ irabiroketu in
'.nti.rther New Tluland' a in aaetern
ew York. M ucho. i tiplmiail ,to1
be planted L 41he Missourl, MJistialp-
pi a.nd OhIo valeys, Where the plant
Is: tOeatly lk, ne ot l'tLvaftion and
much drownedo. ?n14%n| *was resum-
ed in. Nobrmaka. an0 ta. 4 during the
iatteu' pArit-'ot tfe eek .w.hero under
'most favorable. conditions the acre
age' will be reu3lioe., Rus+t In winter
wheat o s vfry- genoor ly reported from
the Ohio, poantttalMilsialppt and th'
lower Missour't allys, a1nd In the twot
1ast m nmed- district. the crop ha sus.
talked much danImgo from floods.,
Over the 0oorther-r part of the south'
eam tateo implrov+faft Is txenerally
note,. IfHarveetiri 'il progrestalna
rapidly InTexas. ,
Cotton in the eastern portion of the
belt has made goed growth, bttt Ia very
T, IndsIy,I a Pd Il in 1. neede :of 1iUn-
shi e, whilee 'ponioa Of- th' central
dis~tret.t suffered* sme .-t. trom cool
nignts during:titme early .part of th4
'week. Good sitwes *ea very ben-
e000alfi n '1*o w here pt-opPIng h1A
progressed rapidly, Cosaiderabll dam-
age by web Worm i re reportedd from
northern 'Tex boil weevil In oentr l .andl a oUItbern
.ountiea. The cit i a ls$O I 1s utrtIL'a'
e4 darttXeuL by lInetsi ;a Indian Ter-
rltmry and by flo4s n" .MIssouri and
:Tennessee.. Th 'Wek a:s a whole
linm. boen very tavortbie for trans-
plantttg .tobaei. which I narly cor.-
.pletd ovet 'ab t rpe'ourins of thj.
tobao aNrea, hAvn made favorable
,pt ro teir...n ai til tseia Gid stan-ds

ae generally Dcoxste nd athe pIlant* s
tOe stait s teeMly. i mIorable re-
ports enl lpr.iC Wi. halved fromt
Toen.tof,, .ce s,' urite. hs Iiad
paired their otlotk "In MIso4rl and s
short otero Is 4i ospda ii Arkansas.

t*lteI t KIl:l THKiV BRAIN.
W. H. Safblttfe itoee I

W WBits, N. .- ea are ws

entry taker sep S a *eadiuj tittt el
Momowl1 county, tht, sa,. ooaommt.
ted ut.tde early tli mOnl b.r e nd
-tg a ball tIrouih hIs' lrain 1I thia
lo iib, f (t!he Ott 1|iltst He' baal
hepea d rinkng' and left a 1 atoe ti
o.he MrOther to .ri .hopits'ot


preesor n'. P l (v .ti'at o

:be a. Jury's h1vetlisstlou Int -


the etalrs of thle ,ot*offcEiU~p It Is
ap14,so f .rther 09 it.. .hy b0..
It-^ .m.'it~^^ :
UT alUft ft~or MAY'erL bdeoro
me0 aei.l.. b.
the iran4 jury nrwa vesohed only afte<' *
he m~oet csrefti wwklsratlon of all
the o*rott5rfc ewvroundlua Pt. As
a i'lwader. .% ilbto dutty i.tt 'iis fe:l
*st~til.eute ee'bg p t t.
1i4alo r.+aW OO..'.
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p" sponded to liberallyy by
S i at iarge d toh Asist the
Qepitrut pfb.od t eia
*e eothm dab1e enterprise and,
Port 'cn Xsd I Burkhin hass
s;oe^ded i in ri'ebig a neaL little .stm
rth lod apnd stormfir sufferers. at'
^ineeville, Ga., tand the amount was
forward Monday to the relief conm-
agistee:o that ty. t
:Followlng are the names of the do-
nators and the amounts:
C. W. Chase, $25; W. R. Thomas, $5;
o1,o Niehols, $5; Baird Hardware Co.,
$i2.50; W W. Hampton, $2; Florida
Sertill(zerCo, -$2; W. N. Wilson, $2;
B. F. Jordanl, $1; Mrs, Parker, $1; Dr.
Phillips, l0; Mr. Carpenter, $1; Carter
Bros., $1; A. Coroneas, Il; Mr. Capers,
$1; W. G. Robinson,$i ; John Flewellen,
$1; Marcus Endel, $1; Philip MHler,
!; r Barney Colson, $1; Mr. Voyle, $1;
Ida Btrklum, $1 ; Cash, $1; Mr. Liv-
ingston, ,50; Evans Haile, .50; Mr.
Eddins, .60; Cash,. 0; Cash,.560; ash,
.50, Mrs. ooper, ,.2; Cash, .25; Maj.
Floyd, .50; Mr. McCormick, .60; Oash,
.,0; Dr. Sibley, .50 J H. Vidal. .50;
0. W eeks, .50; Gash, 0; E. O Nei,
.650 Mr, Merchant, .26; Mr. Steekert,
.50;Dr, honas, .5i 0ash, .70, Total,
Another llst will be made up tB so n
Sas". poble and forwarded, and In; the
meantime shobkld.any noe d3esirito 0 1n".
ribute toith 0 4 atheyando soby
oal tig and sig ntnb. the lit: at the
S'store of L, J, Burkhlmn, on the north
,iddeofthe square. -. ..
MARRIED ON TUESDAY.


N. W. Littlefield WedSlvlM9s Edlth Bean
at Tampa Yeiterday.
i At.the bhom of the bride' parents
SIn Tampa .last evening Mr. N. W.
i Ittlefield was united In the hol,
bodi4s of wedlock to Miss Edith Bean.
The ceremony was a very quitt affair,
'only a few of the most intiniate friends
and relatives belzig resent to witness
the ceremony, The bride is. well
known among a large number of the
cities of Gainesvl le, having attend"
Sed East Florida Senilnary "'ad was a
general favorite among h-or large num
berof acquatitancesa.
The groom, has had charge of the
ootton department of H,. F. Duttcn &
Co. for, several years past, and has al-
ways shown himself to be a man of
business a6d en-terprilse
The ceremony was performed by
Rev. J. B. Holkly of this city.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to extend to the good
people of Newberry and vicinity ouqr
S. heartfelt thanks for the -many kind-
nesses shown ut, during the sickness
..' which resulted in the death of our lit-
l tie son, .lalphEdwards Fowler. ,i s
Skiolness lasted for a period of twenty-
one dys ,4u ring which time ho was at
th: < itp oft his grandfather, 11. A.
Pllckett .and tho attention received by
Shim was tho best that could be asked
by any community. May the Lord
bless them all, Is' our prayer.
PAltENvpS.
Fight Will be Bitter.,
"Those -who will persist in closing
their ears' against the continual roe-
r.;' .ommendation' of Di,; King's New Dis-
J,-" yery for consumption, will have a
i' l g and bitter fight with their trou-,
NO ;', it not ended earlier 'by fatal ter-
"iaxtion, Reimd whatT. R, Beall of
BerltS Miss., I.s -to aIy: "Last fall
thy i o; I had -every symptom of coni-
o nl "on. She took Dr. King's New
D : voVry after everything else had
:;" fa, led. I.nprovemenieit came at once
S and four bottles entirely ouktid her."
guaranteed by all druggists. Price
0 iOoand*:1. Trll bottles free.
Shoulder Was rokan.
W '. e 0imbing from a window at
his hom friday afttrnooi, ',,U. 'Man-'
lg ai the victim of a so rious 1 aoci-
.dent, Mla" fallen tfrom : the 'window
d.'bo hisshulider blide, '. ..
P open d in l4'.-the: pres-
eae Of te tlW4 lf: of Mr. Manning,
and twitthed;ming that the distance
to y., e .;.y.was A ttozuat Dr. Hodges


I 944v 4d Sewio 'tt patient Was
ste tuenay.
Illglti~uii^ ^dii ii:


fw fiove va ',ss np "'. ',gr'et lf
pteacd with, it., J cc 'ta iy ir
stores th1-0 P toVpf tqo ar
,bair. It ik'ecps nhiU !.? ,
"1#len KiIkenui Newh Po~.,1 '
.Ayer's Lir Vg' b
-been restortI. clo tol
gray hair or afty yarsp
'nd 't never faiAs to,


store; ,;, i 1 4. ; **,* L i .! ;:. :


be FIRST R
Holt Was I
"Shot th!
^Illa ^ik


You cai nrely Upon I reo it. 0 ? *es405 Shooth *t- tawdghtng element :i" te ibioi, a4 %bt Wlliuati WlUiaseii' 6N0
for stopping. your lint' a ^wh aterno t 14 f *os uppi by)r. Iat Monda ev l, h ip
0from falling, for' keepixt b j Jntte) anid Wil- t rea r E'oio ia Juat gthe )clnd thp eounry and his ,wheareabouts ar$
.l F, ao4 *eqtlite. 1o Buoceeduly comnbt tnknowad.
Sour scal ea. i a condtiops.. Don't wait until Iert reports cat oai
mIa ing youwr hair grow a,, ohs t Wia r. Take it w ad tie iintg y town yeer hoay hio
Ul0o a nWholt. AI drmu:fsI. $". ha. been orlving ll one r tI. Iretti^s.n absolute sdfeguary Z the effect tlhat L0ol$ had
.. .b.. y*'I ohrid -^.uhtiendo"aA ^hw

t ou. ap sd o yott ila .il hi)iC -l h W pt w he .- '.. .ste a .t..ula. .. ed rd doing. .. '...
WILL BE DECIDEDMONDAYh. ....t .. comlrt-. tnie thi t ansaemployed o manded his rbnt mcey, hih
WILLe BE -- E MO Y -e' W here a bad case of chronic Malara led up to the diittaulty aid caused
School Board to Take Acti on rion W lmon t .. ".alr exist-, take DR n- aS .s shooting...h 'oli"
cipalship of a l behind in his dues andwhen 1VtR nd AG SP iFro. e The condition of the negro:l iti
cipalshpof GanesvilleSchoolf:: I rt went to collect ghe b gar.teed to cure. considered seros
For several days past the interest in ^oy.the negro, became' 'v'erY offe t at he isnot' zflede8t eenve,
the prmncipalship.of the Oabiesvile i wa it .. r teE
Graded and Hi" Sehool. .M waxed I n an effort to pacify the negro he Tie&l i '* i-im WILL ENLA GEt.ISNEU
warm among the largW e rtn bert of pa- was :boisterous; with thOe result that ' t ...
tros of this popular insti a lon. Holt drew ja gun and fired at him! i TONIC Orawford & Davisto DoublF hOr d*
There have been s r. petitirns twice, the ball 'taking e.ect in the left .i W .... e r" ...s. .f.e pait inthe LieryBtln
fia asking that the ireaent, pr.e'I- breast and the other in the hip. .- ... The contract has beenle
pal be re- appointed but It is under- Wmihamson's wounds are serious All dealers handle, or send to Di.. ford & Davis will sbon boast i oi
stood that large number of these an may prove fatal. ",A"B I ; CTNE o. DaYI)a Ohio. the largest livery and fed estab~
uigm irs: .w ere nobB patro nfo and that a .-. '- .... .;..- .-. .. ....... ; "* ." **y.. ** . .. : .. f,.R in thttp ; *.
f had no. hildron to send to this institu- .. f, "',f, _. '- ia . theo pose, erertinir thitate "et r'
ti i Meeting of the temperance People i' yo o n ve i they propose ere e ing iere at o
As yt thereare no other appliants Yesterday Decide on Action. .. .. reach the en ti distance o the bok;
i.. r .rs ...tte. reV ; 1 n--' ._, t. eah the bid wch 'e ofthe bik ,
for thil poslstionoatsid'e of the present ,At the called meeting of the term- t. *, ... -,, hvua& e .
ihcimbent, bt it is. understood that peranc advocate. held yesterday a.- i. Odii. l. ... B. ._ b.ing abo nhu b..,ns h
Other wl be i -ernoon at. he court house .it was de- '- lu le.utah.a t n-lisA~te-ra) This change A i n their buines has
Sther I .be.f-Ied_ ..... been necessitated by, the fact that
The board w Hmeet in this city on cided to appoint several committees, for the past several months their trde
noxt Mondayhel they t1 !attend o oonfer with the offlrs In the en- Ff"T" ftE has largely increased. and the present
to this matter as welt as the as'gn- forcemint of the law, accommodations are inadequate' to
mnt of a .large number of ther The meeting was special interest n lt AT A meet the demands.
schools over the county, in their behalf, s it was deeftded that Ul.iUl- A/ I n In M Oontractor Wittatock wil super"se
Ihey would shortly orera reward for i "" the construction of th.is new building,
GOOD PRICES OBTAINED. parties convicted of selling without .r andasthe bit for lumber and brie
l- iense The Large Saw Mill of Aber-,an as the b. f.r lumber an b rick
wasn already .been placed, 'it is sup
island Grove Truckrs Receive Good The committees appointed by this nathy Burned to Ground. posed thatwork on the newbuilding
Returns or egetes. body will at once onfer with the ----- will commence within the next week
Island Grove, June 8,-The dry spell prosecuting attorney and circuit judge NO INSURANCE WAS CARRIED or ten days.
has been broken and we are having and pledge them their support to sup. ...: "i;t
dally showers, much to the delight of press the evils of the blind tiger busi- is Loss Wil Easily Reach $10,000, REDEMPTION OF TAXES,
our farmers. Much of the spring crop ness in Alachua county. .
of vegetables has been disposed of at MARRIED INTAMPA. Besides About Seven Carloads argest in History of the. County Wl
satisfactory prices of Lumber Stored Away in the Redeemed Last Month. .
There was an entertainment given' Daughter of Capt. C. A. W, Thomas Yards. Deputy Clerk S. H. Wienges o
by the ladles of the Island Grove Bap. Weds in That City Saturday. A destructive fire visited the little day sent a check to the State coit
tist church on Friday night, the 6th There was a pretty marriage solemn- saw mill station of Graham, on the troller for $407.45 for redemption i
inst., which was a success i every par- sized at tle Episcopal parsonage in G. & G railway, Monday night and taxes for the moth of May.
ticular, it being largely attended and Tampa on last .aturday, when Mr. A. completely destroyed the large saw This is the largest list that has edr|
highly enjoyed by all present. Among E Thompson aled to the altar Mrs.Min- mill plant of E. Dt. Abernathy. been sent up from this county for y
others who dsore special credit for nie L. MeBride. Besides the destruction of the mill ore month, and shows that the f1n1iP
making the entertainment a success The bride is the daughter of Capt. the owner is also loser for about seven eial standing of the people at large laH
are Mrs. M. C. Garlton and Miss Jessie A.. I Thomas and was for many carloads of lumber which was stored far better than at any previous time.
ail. o e G years a resident'of this section of the in the yards awaiting the arrival of interesting to Asthma Suffereris.
The good people of Island Grove county, and has a large number of cars to ship the same. Daniel Bante of Ottervilkei Ilow
pr einct,No. 9, regret very much the friends and acquaintances here. The station house of the G. & G. writes, '.I have had asthma for-'..
ocurence thant kept them from plar- The marriage ceremony was perform- railroad, situated only about fifty feet or four years and have tried abo all"
tiipatliug in the wet and dry election ed by Rev. DeHart of the Episcopal distant from the mill, was alsoconi-, the cough and asthma cures in tth
on t ndn church and was a quit affair, being sumed by the flames, and the company market and have received treattenit
Revolution Imminent wiessd byonl afew of the most ll be loser to about thre hundred from physicians in New York au4
A sure sign of approaching revolt dl ....n oars. other cities, but got very little beiefli;
and serious trouble in your system is NOW ADORN WALLS. The loss of Mr. Abernathy: is coin- uiuntil I tried Foley's Honey and Wari
nervousness, sloeplosnessne or stomach plete, as he carried no insurance on his which give me immediate relief and~f4
t E tri tt will kl Long Contemplated Improvement mll and lumber. It is not known as il nevrr be without it in hose
tSe lere treO terou lsoj m qui s Made by County Superintendent. yot whether he will rebuild, but as he elec n t to Sol 1
di13mneniber tLo" troublesome causes. has a large acreage of timber in that b 'IV. C. Wallace's drug store.
it never falls to tone the stomach, For several months past County section it is thought that he will. .H Moved B- s,
regulate the liver, and clarify the Superintendent M. Holloway has s Moved Busne,
blood. Run down systems bueuiflt par- been eontAmphitinig putting in life-size AFTER ESCAPED PRISONERS. .. J. Runkle, wh has forthepa ticularly and all the usual attending pictures o the various county superfne yai.Trs conducted his laundry business
aches vanish under its searching ann tendInts and chairmen of the Beards They Are Well Armed and Sheriff's at the corner of Liberty and I nion
thorough effectiveness. Elt tri of Publio istrton of this county. Posse Expects Battle.; streets, has removed to the olf school
t4 rstisonly al-, end that is returned if "tGlasgow, Mont., June 9--Jack W. building, which place wasn r eety pur-
it don't give perfect satisfaction Ho has at last secured most of the lama t e -*py e bycaed bhman a rra ed ts pur-
Guaranteed by all druggists. photos auid quite a number of then Gerge Pierce, one the escaped prs large incr ch ased by him and arrang ofhis buinetosut With
ODD-- F SEhave been enlarged and placed on the owners on Saturd.ay night, Is dead., The increwbi od his butai With
ODD FELLOWS PROSPEROUS. walls of his offloe. pose has ot foznd any of the ou, the new building e has instaled new
Six addates Initiated Into the M He still has several more that he will men. They stole two horses when machinery, and will in the ftuare be
Six Candidates Initiated Into the My-' shortly put up which will add greatly they rose the river and at least twl preared td accommodate, tie the
ter'es of That Order Friday. to the apearence of his ofltee. of the ni men are making for the Bad volume of business that he has hereto-
As the best evidence that the grand A "rth ne-- -- e Lads. fore handled.
order of Odd,Fel lows is growing in this A rihe nead dorsee Shorlft Corner Is of L the orlion that t
section it may.be staed thatat the Running like ad down he treet one of them i still the brush ea Blunders are sometimes e expe
meeting of Center Lodge No. 11 Fri- dumping th ocupants, o a hundred town. A available men are well Budr ar oeimes expen-
day evening, six candidates were other accident., are every day oecur- arted i and the sheriff expects to have stle. OePasionally life itself uis the
itiated into the degree ofF rie ndship. rences, It behooves everybody to have a large posse out tomorrow determined price of a mistake, but you'll ,ever be
Center Lod fr o e a reliable salve tandy and there'snone to capture the escaped prisoners. It wrong if yo take Dr. King's w Lifed
C Lg he Past few as good as' Bucakles Arnica Salve. ts ot thought they will be ta e li e r : dyope.aiae dioa.ee Thead-
months has enjoyed at most excellent Burarn, outs, sores, eema and piles, aive,. as they are well armed a ente yet thorough.wel ,atl Theyd
prosperity li more than fifty members disappear quickly under its soothing are genth e yet thorough. a
having bee Ihitiated into the lodge. effe. 2c. a6lli drug stores. W. C. T U. World's Conventlon. tore -: :
The lodge is composed largely of Will Deliver the Boxes, Boston, Jue 9.--'rte press eom f. Married in Court Mouhi.


young and ambitious members, and ai J 1 Peelet has een awarded th tee o the 'Natoal U. ha About the only real amusing -thing
growing as ly as any in the State contra to deethe ballotioxes rcev4 aeo o thPron f the that happened in the cil od as
.contract todelie ,Wteblltox691fr world's W.. TT U. 'eonventnim, whklc* t
Was Wasting Away, the election to be held ono b Tuesday for was opened at Geneva, Swtlerlad the marriage"ofre aboi'ol ouple which
The following letter from Robert ,R. the purpose of electing trustees and tow i whnd c wlichrrllmeoUtnlI rth wa performed hby. His or iaudge
Watts, of 8ale!i, o Ais instructive: dete'rininig the rate of millage to be Tlhiirad.y. oI the aSteace of Lady-. Mon. He loiaedihe suitlirriae
"i have bee: tro-hled with kidney charged in the several sub-s4hool dils. Henry :.omerset of, ) Eniglaf n it l ensea to es James $imorist'4 'iNacy
disease f"or thetlast flys years I lost irtit .Of the county. In all there are health will not permit her to atteMid the CeandOfi tw of! the coloe i .~pati*o
Ilesh 4nd nevor flt well and doctored seventeen precincts, where the vote eton^veon, of which she il presit.t ot rog Ally, wb he tested
with lading physiolana and tried at will be cast and all qualified voters are Mrs. 1'* thlan M N. Steens, of Port. to tiei tihe ko, whic he idt'ina ii'." -
Sto 'a t .le." urged to be tiet a 't the polls on. ae., de Ia for
Kiduey present polls pre.ide, The bustl.esu ease"o-a./..wl.i .arge ntat i r.-o. e.. Il..j r.ent
, d. les th.an tWo I 'bi lttl i.;.,Ie.le ".9" .


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PASSES AWAY

:. aU Dies Suddenly at
icaopy While on Visit.

HERE LAST SATURDAY

red.Well While in This City and
sidered Himself in the Best of
th Up to the Time for His


'ows was received' in the city yes-
y of the death of Capt. R. H.
whose sudden demise occurred
| 4ianopy on Sunday while he was
4sit to relatives at that place.
was here Saturday for a few
meeting his many friends and
'red to be in the best of health
alutended to visit that section of
-unty for a few days, before re-
JJ'g to his duties as assistant light
.6 keeper for the light house lo-
,near Cedar Key.
deceasedd was one of the oldest
Pents of this county and had twice
rentedd Alachua in the Legisla-
;'which he did with botlh credit
ability to his large number of con-
eats.
was sixty odd years of age, and
.es a large number of relatives and
iend to mourn his sudden death.
,"e Was an old Confederate soldier
d had also served in the Indian war,
ejg remembered by a large number:
',Confederates in this section.
THE NEWS OF ROCHELLE.
farmers Delighted With Rains-Notes
of a Personal Nature,'
Rochello, Juno 6.-The farmers are
rery much elatdd over today's rain.
Miss Annie Reynolds,' a charming
oung lady of Micanopy, is the guest of
Ire. John Zetrouer this week.
M. L. Moore purchased a handsome
rown piano from Gainesville last

iMiss Colman of Gainesville spent
ednoesday in our midst.
s. John Feaster and family, ac-
nied by the Misses Tucker, en-
lshi fry at Prairie Creek Thurs-
ll report a fishing time.
I .Collins of Palatkai visited
I ere Saturday.
*. Bryant and Findley, two of
's promising boys, made ano
call here Sunday.
essie Kelley of Gainesville is
r sister, Mrs. Holder.
Hook, who:is now holding a
position at Key West, is the
'ihis mother this week.
Adams made a flying trip to
'ty capital Thursday.
iMansfleld, one of Dunellon's
I rs, was here8tunday to see our
elle.
ice Tucker spent Saturday in

Allen Kelley returned Monday
aOrosse, after a pleasant visit

B .es Lula zetrouer and Lizzie
tr, afer a delightful visit to Mrs.
Du.Iuke of Gaineaville, returned
e. Sunday.
VIRGINIA t'IVE" ON W84
lameso at Richmeond, lighew Than t o
Wh. -.. Marty Year. ,
JtfIchmond, nV., 1i.ne 9.--Virginia ti
iOMing to for hi4 h are of thae deluge
ilia experienced throughout' the
KltI, anul at some places with disas-
tu reintits. How aertus. her share
ll beM r lnpasns to 'be seen.
T'hre have been very heavy rains
the state during the last thitrty*.ix
ors, and many of the rivers ere si-
ndy swollen i to threaten more or
i.damag. James river is. .low
Stieir thtMa, It hau beet f9:l aevers
s,. id. approaching thie dang..r
sunday night the water at Columbia,
rthe Rlvanna etnpue* Into tke
ee. 'wa 271-4 tfet above comamba
4. but was at a, tadstill. Ther
pe James wa. not so hih L
I*te ri sttr at scottsartue was only

Spat qrste'fl1e s4 tahe pper vfl
yot tbe R.9nsas, where the tall to
I:onap 61 caces.


RaiAttea trWve1 has not bqe iater
*5 e;t. AU5O4ed. have been
e w the stetsasiap wbaart


lof

Lymching to Pe **
B*[*a% IBd., J'BRa eI.wci 8dt& MaO
*1* mrornsgo a flood copptons
be it *om15, assaixe4 *54 5i|it


SOL AND !ECO


LAN PED EDWITH-

OIUTCOST TO STATE

Wire Was Made Out to Governor
Jennings Yesterday.

CITIZENS MAKE DONATION

Enterprising Citizens Make This Offer
to His Excellency. to Secure
the Appropriation for East Florida
Seminary.
The 100 acres of land 'Just west of
the city, was yesterday tendered to the
Siate through se vveral of the generous*
hearted citizens of Gainesville.
This tract il for .the proposed new
site of 3East. Elorida, eminim a which
will be located ear Green .Sinki, o;e
of Phe prettiest oentotoia to b.e fouinil,
in (3aineulvllle, provided, howevertr.
that the bill that Is now awaiting the
sigisture of Gov ror Jennings is not
vetoed. .
The n4d has been donated ,by
Messrse Graiaa, Hampton, Thomas
and others, sn. the ttiseaii .*0ould
feel proud of the ftat th1*t they hlre
sulsh a anobet of genetroa*osvt,4
people itumog them. who d4eire to see
the town proP111
Shotdt the bill be igned It will a44
sonaco Oalnile and her btat*l5p'
b(tereeis, axd Ub oItiiaV "await ihb

- Wll Mlove
v.Ariwngm a w* $at b
pert**.*4 tot the seenest at he O*s


MINEDED BY W. 0. WALLAC

STOPPED IN FRONT O6 A TRAIN
Atlanta Man i Killed at Socli Circle
.. :. Georgia. '
-ota Circle', Oa.. June...-rA, iL
Newwn.ln, a wall dlerk on the South ern
rallway, with hea'litarteorst 4'Atlanta,
-w as lntstittl y kiti.d by paWPW4nger triti
'No. 27 en the Georgia railroad, which
pa~so herVe last night.
Mr; Newman wAa very anxioul w"t:
return to Atlantva on the. train wlhlch
caused bi untimely de4thr 'He had
only mcine downn on the mfat.iiai itraite
.to spttd tSunday irlth friedn4i n4d wia
eompal e0 -to be' in Atlsaata to go out
on his run etrly today.
.Af.t. i goIn to the depot at4d finding
hbi trea an hlourlate he ind a youn
laty, frfend.Itrofl~d" down:-.ith0 tract
Unal" won rertln to th adopot on tbt
..satraek wlii e. trai.ll O'virtoo
'reaurng that he could not At to the
depot i.a tini he o ttempteidto bo*d
the moving train. T.t ktI wa,.
o w, t."..' m in el l li eo steppd riiin. tb
side twr'directly in front o(1 the n
a uoe tr was^ horribly iiiaaied.
K-l hine niRef.ef F u' 4
CIesrga., Juane 5.-The commtitteMe is
chTge of 'twhe Kflhtnel ,rllqet fud htas
Cea%' lits efforts to :co.l. moiry
We Kei that we ha.ve -0tbot i 4
,< ".u .ie 3, lUietee waw
%dvwt#(tdd $10,000 to the f9(gO
iottee w ad hase $,500 no# o< band.
1This wi not, howeVIVd b.. "* at h )
Ih *star taruisbdd 4 y 11soki
*.o1 5 t#itM.te ", #t00sW, rutl "e
rkef..d wif a- lam Aw '.


I'Sf DRU STORE,


ANOTHER KILLING

ATTOWN OF

Two lforbl Mhct and
Out WIt i Their Piis

0.4 0 11i ,,OTHER 18

Two .Ngro Have ae
Wadit, .n Whith. One Is K
Hs Layer I Now' Be
.,r8* ", .
There was a general nlx-*
ihe negroeI of Wade on Mor
when one n*gro was killed
slaywr promptly arrested an
behind the bMs.
Frank Carter, the bully ofI
ton, wa" W the- Ind1viduai Wht
bi' 0owi wry and whIch hIs i
have for i4uotte i. while until
by Depi ty Bhe!rit Whilden.


Ahm* srov Deputy Wh den,..
in thae tnaKe4. b 6en noteC
.the weapon d to killt the
nd~to vwas HNrrifftusn A 1i
Iala oly two ball were fir
vIM.t they taking effect an

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'The tabera tle, which ha
I^nul^ a.t l9$uti< o


Me 01he **liilWkldiVy V d A AV 4V* &

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at UMMER NORMAL oAN
it 0. 4" 4 M4 SPRINGS
NORMAL INS T'ITUTI will oleon oh
i Monday, June 8, for the fourth sum-
mnor term, and conlittuo twelve weeks.
ill i utirmal and cootiroial work car-
rtied For partitulars addrues J. H.
BRINSON, Guaieiyv1lle Fla.

SPa1IA,0 MAI.TI lt '&ALl0.
nroe adoe ad tendtredon ti aith 9 hday of 1July,
N4eeirvely, by 06 t judte of ts Oiroulut Court
cn1oaa there.n pead mr' wherein
Aol sintntstra trx z tti the
o torlta, doean ed was o flaun at, anld Ja ne
e her r VI) A lti i0
yftnoor 4yI o tI th ost oln

ahpi*r vo at tino sa ,' for cash,
of JsUA.uiaO4t'i i t h l t. thobls
tMn tie o yoiirt use
vllA rn NMotiiy thee XOtih dy of July. Io ,
1)tweont1tl i.all or ttrm f sale, tli thomo lots.
trtalneh proe rnlasdtyliitftuitae)ln nliidt
Altiotu oteoty'alnltdo iIUtied titt follow a: The
* MwiSof'wo 4. Wte N wo hw4, the Nel. of
4 Cw), laXNWN > fN%,thVNe1of Nw4 ,the.
Sc" of 0 seN. h W. fMwN of NoU, the Nw4 of
6t4 tihe So' of Ne-. the itW4 of No 1-4.
.te t . w ..I, of of e) 1-. tile< Nw 1-4 of Nw 1-4,
th e S 1.-4 of Sw 1 4, koh No 1-1 of No 1-t, all t
M ot 1.ilt, ii, Tp., ., It. i i; alfo l No 1.4 or Nw 1.4,
th NW K ( Nw1-4, tile .4 of Nw i-4, th
NW 4or wf K -40. 1t4 Sw 1-4 of Nw I-.1, te1
No 1-1 of w I-., the h 4e "S 4 .4 r ,4w 1, imil the
ti N oit of Se 1-, ntl Io Ieao ll) T. It. it. :
toiother w ilh ll iut IltiU1inilir tkho tileio until.
1hei'n01tltil oitdl uliaits it rinllktnlo to Ute o iitue
S beloigifliw or -'io.!er t ihillitf, ait llan to 0o
'uld. to Oft)A"ilt) DAVe,
p'o ist Maslor lu (Jliint(ia(lry,
$.'V. F.' SANltIf ; 4hllthS uahtsav Moliultori.
NO't0l1O 0o AP'LtA'I'tON VONM TAX
t010)inltUN INDtunit Ha1VION s Ol CrtAP'tCAric
484. LA WVS 01' lI.ORIDA,.
Notloc lt heroby wlvon that Mitary. lrOwn
iureohisker of Tax Certlllettoe No, 1o0,. dattead
1ti0 Ithi day f Nr oveiiber, A', 1). iO, ian Iled
11141 i mrUllot Illn my011100. $iml )IaI oIN 4 ui p.
p litltiioo' taX iltded to lwettie Il intontliInat
W ith latw. Mit nirniltlouate Slowlina d',i'H eorfl)efl i tiolty ailtl'ited li A4lohuta
I OIlmty, lfI 'liin(tl ti OW t .
So H- orf w I-H. 5o(,0.,'T., Ii, It. I0,. uroi.
*, T ihe I UII hl m10 elwg l eu at .l the luatO of
thi 'leUimXas of si uch eortfl l0Cari iia txnults of
I' ,'xiik uHfown. Uinle H .lal .ortflluolte
I shiHll ie, redotleeaole aocortlitt to lW,. tix (deed
will., Iuo t.iuereon on the, t ( dlay uf July,
A. D. Iiti".
witinOm.v oni,:flni KIlumihtlatdSl tnd AI 3
the 1st d(ly of Julie A. 11. Jt(.
--- I. DNTON
......k C tl r il Col rt AlaOebna okutlnty., yht,.

NO'l'ulS Or' APPIIOA'lION I Olt AX
WADE 14DlEDI I U'NDI R IC110N. l' CIAI'vI'
W40Ii 1 U 1,, LAWN-,Vl oy .iA,
WADE N.i NotiCe I( 10 wol' 101n thatt J, -l, tsyitnn.
Purchaemorf xr rtilosIte N6 111. S 0ktil dv of ,ul A. l si lstlltied hi ollortifl-
Havrei T Q itle In My otto 0. aowl hB lllle Ilyplhnt on for
iuv tiax i4004 to litoti itttfordtillof with law, lAi
i oertl te etl wt l'(aoiu it e fo 'to wl i dlni orll*i

IN JAIL h lo 'a Mt t
t. lWhe'w lJ lt.bo4l"d'6109to.r ai tle date Of
krmp At11 6h4,ll b reoid m"iy, A04 htOriW IL
, I w ill: i lue 't6re o ki4. pi Vl th t d oY o f J 00 0
liled and '0 *,s a '*u
,hind tt, --- a t.on t i, atur' sand 6 5hl
ClerkhJ CiroAt Court Aithoa 0eunty, -4kga.
Slo H.4i, Wienooe, Ix 0.
up am.o.g --- . NO O,. .' .....
iday last, Mo.oo Ie lerebr blveu tlat oi' the 103th .a
o s,,A.I .A OfJun, 4. I u,- a rdti < Mfutr"pitl
I land hi. ewler i 'r etsr't beI .ti(rvie Arthu # r er' -.
4 V>acr d fr~tI414V 000niY.- '"ll twtU pty to the
itonti lor -livo t ndii4 'lrutbority 0il Ul, at i-e
v'.'' et. loth fti owlii 4eMrtbvd l wrb l tlea n, Jr p
;tiha 4 "itd.t.f Ila- theto nioty of Al ba anl 4t
t ot pirti Mly Iotiedx, fo lowsi toUln
0.-b.-i.oi Wk(I.t Nwm;ths Wn.W
o w anted 0e9 14, te of Nwtu; 1N0k Ws4 i
aehed: t .iI if, 0 to She ttw.Wif tJl,,N e N 5 5,4
arr. t O*l.hlp.O ti>i. Mouatk'pf SseISw, osl* Cou(.

, ,r--.a odiarn 'o...i Ml snvlsl tt ilr. bert t* e.
t until he M;.ol Ve o0.f^ |terWU A lttorilw
hwh 'Ih i Ma, 1, !p Au il 4.


ohardieon
ed atthe
I killing.
40, #
libidw..t


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* or eas ,o t arie fr d

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Local. .dvetisements, r15'cent a line
the fiMtand 10 cents fMi& each addi-

S'.. a d Ir noITehs at special rates,
orjieiurshed upon application.
r ria0e 'and Death notices inserted
ee. Obituaries, (I ents aline.

lWe wil not cesta ps of a
rger4denomina"ion than 2cenits,


th,,. e Sun ans d the Thricea-Weeck
i::.'.. (N. Y)..) World oneyear ..... ..$1 06
The Un and the Atlanta (Qa.)
t I..I Weekly'OonstitUtlIon one year,; 1 7
h un and. the Atlanta. (Ga;.)
Se. i-Weekly Yournal one year. 1 50
The Su3n an tie Semi-Weekly
VTimes",h.l on one year.. .... 80

SX,"' resident of the United
tgtea-both Hiarisons, Grant, Hayes,
Grfield and :McKnley---were born in'
Ohio.

S. aineville can oon boast of two
eleetrio lighting plants. Something
: that no tow of her size 'can copven,-
ea:- tl, accomm.:":lxodate. .. ..

Within the .pasi six month there.
have been incorporated in the united
States 120.aolnpaunies, with an aggre-
gatecapital stock of $1.00,000,000..
II..olal reports say tha Germany
S. be compelled on acco!t0t of short..
S ge to import twice as much American
wheat this year as last, The amounts
will reeah about 1,250,000 tonS.

The British government derives an
aU n al inome from $80,00(0 to $35,000
fro ttom money mailed "in envelopes ima
pi,-roperly addressed, and the proper
destination of which cannot be found.

The second colony of BUoers will soon
ar.sve in Mexico and will take up
88,000 acres of land. The settlers pay
for the land at the rate of 15 shillings,
an acre each year for a certain length
of time,

Statistics show that thie electric rail-
ways kill an average of 100 persons a
month, But let us not be misled.
Millions travel on them, and more are
killed.per mile by wagons, or by fall-
tUg down stairs.

i'.. Gal0esvilile will shortly be in a posi-
on to show the several aggregations
of ball players over the State a thing
or.tw6in the baseball line. Look out
for us, for we are coming, but not un-
til we get fixed.

As a result of wise pure food legisla-
.tlop,iEuropean manufacturers are to
'bedeprived of tha privilege of d.ump-
ing on the Amerioan market th n im-
pure and adulterated goods which they
..anno.t dispose of at home.

What, will Tampa do with that
S'.:t,"hI e;.prdinance that she is notw' con-
-:alde' Think of HL1 trying to sup-
press ihe chickens runmiing at large
P .. .wh(4) she has'a whole lot of "things"
oti great deal worse nature.

S:i :.:- -' ,hat the low-lying territory of the
""i" 'liss.isppI should at times be over-
_.i':.flowed is not surprising ifr one con-
.-:: ders that the "fatherof waters" isfed
From twenty-eight states, drainingonme-
| | third of the area of the United 'States.

S^.Reports r"nm Southern China where
*atmine Is raging, say tie men are
at,)(. 'heir wives and children in or-
A da~--, : pbtatie food.-. It would be a fine


tht% i.thehi fiangry women could sell
th, bands, butt, perhaps, nobody


-oed,.e a .w e th otrn plant it
Onej^O1 *l'thiuk with
an A.namol -that of 'a xig

| slp-de pakg and ilk the
Se reaobd, at now K~iB^^frsom Waalntinatoa Ihatth^


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LALOF


crate and co t
ofte admt.staltolopi 40
The very next i te' the
has issued his 0 4t site
he had never askei a flP r ou he
to be nominatea Mak $nma q4uef
ortt with the st4m` n P that the e
dint telegraphed him thathe wanted
Ohio's endorsement, a ereby
causes him to withdraw all further
opposition to atih :.a move by e the
Ohio State .conePtion. hitherto o
President has made such an open bid
for votes, but precedent. seepi to have9
no charm for Roosevelt, and be no
elwek to his remark able way ofdoing
things. p A citizen of New Ypork, albeit'
he is President, dictating to the 1sad-
ers of another State concerning their
political actip, is a new move in poli-
ties, and the implid ith reat that he
would consid e rasehemies those who did
not forward his ambition is much below
the high plane'upon .which the Presi-
dent of the ,U united States should st44nd.
What (s the meaning of this anxiety to
secure delegates o long in advance of'
the national conventlop'? u Publc opiO.-
ion may endorse this open anld uneemin-
ly. fight that :os ewett is making,
but hitherto it: h'* stamped 'tjS ditsp-
proval of official interference with the
free ,wil of the vote o By this action
pn the :part of Rooseelt, all Federal,
ofleials are virtually invited, if no0t
ordered, to take an laetive interest ini
seon'lngdelegates for their ohief or be
considered petonaon grata and out-
side the pale of his esteem. If Se.n-
ator' Hanna had called on all the Fed-
eral officers who are under obligations
to him; to rally to his standard, -what a
howl would therp have been my coun-
trymen. That would have been called
0oe0rcion. The President'i action is
simply the "eccentricity of gen-
us-.'- Na,wonder Hanna is in a satis.
flied frame of mind over the turn of
affairs; he has forced the President to'
throw the ethics of Civil Service Re-
form to the fotr, winds. And yet, we
are told that such didoes are making
tee President extremely- popular.
Well, let it go at that.

The dome of the Capitol at Wash-
Ington is being painted. E very five
years its coat i renewed and 15,000
gallons of white lead are used in the
process. The work is being done by
eighteen men, under the direction of
'Billy" Lewis and "Al" Port. The
latter has been employed for such
work about the capitol for .thirty-nine
years. Port is the only man who
ever climbed to the top of the statue
of Liberty surmounting the dome. He
did this on Labor Day, 18904, and fast-
ened a garland of electric light bulbs
around the neck of her majesty.

It may be interesting to some who
have slipped in "just a few words" of
writing in a package of paper or mer-
chandise maile-d at theM lower rates to
their friends, thatthe abuse has be-
come so common that postmasters
have been instructed to examine such
packages and report if writing is found,
to the departmentoflitals. The next
the senders know will be a visit from
the deputy United States marshal with
a warrant for arrest, and the result of
having to pay a fine of $25, and the
cost of the action.

The Postmaster-General regretss to
report" that one of the assistant at-
torneys in his department has been
arrested for boodling. It is also sad
to relate that the prisoner charged
with the crime is a good Republican
and was rvouched for by that good and


great man. Senator Fairbanks. rhe
good State of Indiana seems to be fur-
nishing more than her share of these
patriots for pelf d iscovered in the post-
office scandals.

Now is the time when all property
owdiers should clean up their prem-
ises. Summer is upon us and thi
cleanliness ,f the yards and back al-
leys will io- m tnh to promote good
health in the pity.
---- -- ---- ....
It is well every once in a while to
call the attebtioa of the eitisen of
this commohwealthl to the fact that it
is a great country they live in.

lEvery year 000,000 umbrellas are
sai4 to be lost n Pa its. According to
thee statistics, one person in every
four loe6 his umnbrell. .


1~ 1o wl



~Distres4


*ealg t i;tb a aoido I;h i
ensrpe The vit ing ~Post uader
sta'wtheenotions of the Rp.ubi. etn
atAIe beotteo. t :" we do, t tbillt it
ha## l disposed of th e fact that the
afotes4 Benale ha hd w opportu-
ithe to coni:m tnhe' Oruta ppoAit-
m ont nd refused to do Bo. Now,
W;hat iueed th te aum.Ipas i teISe o-
attahe
We are hot sure, also, but that The
vuonug Post is e tngt in formaoatio g
ithe phr taeolgy in which President
&oseJelt 0 should harp0 sent n, the
efhilp i on. .uy th 0ee reident
rum nomination. Our only udoiubt is
that, in order 'to have satiKsfied the.
Ev)C^4kt;',Post fully, thi '-4Pre14:A
nhoul have aid "uneuOlaled man"
tratLer than "'unequal man, For, as
the case now stands, the President-
intimates by his action in forcifig rn o

man in South Carolisna who i ohis equal
ffor the position be ha been given.
AnS p far as the comparison goes be-
tweenthe records of Presidenta Mco-
Kinley and tRoosevelt, thi much is
ignored by the Evening Postr-that
President MoKiuley did notoin atvy lt-
stance force ap egro appointee upon
any Pouthern community over there
practically unanimous protests of. its
white, responsible citizens, and cer-
tainly nvter'!i'an y'6ae in t which the
Senate refused to concur in his ap-
pointment.
The conduct of President McKinley
vith reject pto negro appointments is
eletirly distinguishable all along the
line from that'of President Roosevelt.
The former appealed to the concur-
rence of the community and the other
now appeals to the resistance, the ag-
gravation and the imperial mastership
of the local public will--Constikution.

The manner in, which Olerk, Gilmer
was reduced In salary and placed in
such position that he could no. long-
er stick his inquisitive nose into the
business of some high officials who
were Interested in a graft, will be a
lesson to other government clerks to
keep their eyes and ears closed. They
must never see or hear anything that
is crooked. That is peculiarly a Re-
publican method of teaching honesty
in public office.

The greatest need of any city is civic
pride on the part oits citizens. Peo-
ple who have pride in their town will
work for its interests, they will say a
good word for It on every possible cc-'
casion and they will carefully and
diligently labor to cure its every de-
feet. It requires intelligent effort toI
successfully hold up a towp.

While our' govet-meits strives to
protect our people tiUm frauds and
fakes, Uncle Sam, by the sot of Odn-
gress, continues to perpetrate the
"free seed" fake upon farmers. I is
announced t64 anTip year over $270,000
will be expeutded in the free distribu-
tion of 40,000,000 packages of yege-
table and flower seeds.

Thirty-five miles of roadway have
been constructed within the World's
Fairgrounds, A large portion of this
is asphalt. ost ef the roadway s are
generously shaded, and all are elabor-
ately treated by the landscape archi-
tect.
Ocalats, the Brik Dity, is shortly to
have another bank. This enterprise
wil 'be backed by Mr. Ford of that
city, and he sipoets to get a large
amount of the trade from this seetioa
of the State.

I is truthfully paid tht Gainesville
is vot adry town--she has twoartetian
wells that have recently been saunk, to


say nothing of the famous Boulware

street improvement stll continue
and at the preeantlrateit will not be
long ere Ga uue.W wil have good
streeti over th ai' town.
Brasil exp .top.end .00,000 in
gold at the aWd l r, t prsi-
dent of the r hving ..eow.
duendid thata" .t../. ",


l and ra r
atadIclfally an4'p rmanentlycuratW.
btrenngthe and tone the stomach and

,ier oran of tho tio
:Aco to substitute 1r ...otp B
took dMerent edicies buat got io blp
.ntu I began taking hood's SarsaparUla.
IUave taken .tur bottles of thi medicine
and can, now it almost aytnd sleepl
well, have no cramp Ion my stomach, no
bunting aia hno distress,. eas. WousA.
G. DAROnr,, 1 Olb.y st. P.wodenu., I.
Smoove n arhaparlna promltae to.

tOhio is there fourth Stat in point of
population It has 10 people to each
square mie.

A iew hotel in New York City has a
cpwecty for 1,200 guests and employs.
1,800 servants. --
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
turned out 1,520 engines last year,
valued at about $20,000,000 .

If everything were as easy to sewire
as signatures to a petition, what a


A movetnent has been started in
Philadelphia to bring tOeOpersecuted
Jews to this country from Reuaia.

Whitewash is a wood preseratdifie as
well as a brightener and beautifier.
Put a handful of salt in every bucket-


Did you ever notice that the man
who meets the high and lowly with
a "howdy" and a smile is the man who
generally successful?

A clever calculator estimates that
there are in use by telegraph, tele-
phone and trolley companies in this
country 15K0u0,0CO poles.

The Times-Union's column of State
topics is an interesting feature of the
paper and Mr. Ruff, the pencil-pusher
of this feature, is making it brighter
each issue.

Manufacturers of American thresh-
ere, reapets, binders and mowers have
a monopoly of the trade in France,
and the goods are becoming more pop-
ular each year.

J. 0, Kellum, assistant oh ief clerk
of the recent House of Representa-.
tives, was one of the most thicient at-.
taches conneaed with either branch of
the Legislature.
A wise.Kentucky judge declares in a
divorce decision that "awife should be
fully emancipated from her mother."
And until that condition obtains, the
mother-in-law will be ho joke to the.
benedict immediately concerned.

The County Commissionemrer of Su-
waninee county have taken the move.
for god roads and nham ordered that
an election be held on July 7th for the
pu rpse of determining whether theoy
shall bond for these improvements.

Hon. Franit Adams an member of the
board of trustees of East Florida Semi-
nary, Is one of the beat men in Florida.
He has many friends in Alachua coun-
ty, a number of whom served with him
In the Confederate army, and his con-
nection With the Semina.y will afford
him an opportunity tq renew acquatnt
anoe with his old comrades.
Hon. Jeffterson B. Browne, chairman
of the Fldrida Railroad Commisaion,
has been fully exonerated by the coum-


raittee appointed by the House to in-
vestlgate his connection within the p'a:
age of a b' I purchasitg the armopy
from. the ,onuity :ot Monroe. M ,* .
Browne =eted solely in bhis capacity a.
attoron for the County Comi eap.-
era and his fee was for le"i opo work
ia drafting the bill. l, ii-ivr at.
tempted to evade an imveMtigation of
the. ,mater, but. .on 'th contrary,
courted the most boreogls ineas4I*..


1:; tonseq e*nce. 'sBhpees
norse have been destteyet *
netmue.: au. th, e .fe anw s
dueelabor and other produit ^
tuns from the fasWe. -Prioeae
and their related interea in ti ,e
pork; and w .to markets e
be much higher in h: futut th ,t'
the past season. Corn 'Is "more *ils^
'to sell for over than under di
bushel' And the Sottheretf n
who have become s .4 stoned to
their bread and meat in Weste-lt ik.4
keys will be called upon' to recmg-
losseS to those people by, higher prie
for foodstuffs.. .
It is not too late yet for .Southernl'
.farmers to fortify against that mtani-j
feet state of ;.affairs. Evey one of
them' can devote a part of his and and
labor to raising born and peas and thus.
supply himself with substitutes for his
usual Western supplies,
It is yet possible anywhere in the '
South 'to plant and raise ertops of the
kind mentioned and those who are
wise will lose no time in taking this
warning to, himself and preparing
to meet the general rise ini the prices
of provisions by having an' ample
home-raised-stock of food in his own
crib and smtokebouse
.; These are th apparent facts that
confront us, and it i. a duty to the
farmers to follow th sensiblee course
here indicated. A yea of high prices
for farm products is coming and it will
take all the wisdom and industry of a
Joseph to prepare a store that will
defy inflated prices, shrt supplies and
produce manipulators.f the people's
bread .-Constitntion.

Persons engaged in the sale, of do-
vmestic wines are warned that such sale
is especially prohibited in dry coun-f
ties, and, Alachua county having voted
against the sale of liquors,- the art
liable to indictment "under the lol'l?
option laws. This fact is not generally
known and The Sun gives the inforMa-
tion for the benefit of those inter-
ested.

The temperance people, as well as
others, are determined not to permit
the operation of blnd tigers in Ala-
chua county, and those contemplating
engaging in such illicit traffic can rest
assured that the full penalty of the law
will be meted out to them in each and
every instance.

It is estimated that the average cost
of building a railroad is $28,000 per
mile. Seems high, doesn't it? It
takes 400 ties to the mile, and they are
worth Wcenta each; then you must
figure the cost of land, grading, build-
ing bridges, rails, telegraph lines, ettow
it eosts money.
, The German Dental Association has
isauedy-a report advising patients to
avoid American dentists "because
many colleges in America sell their de-
g eese to incompetent applicants and
i, rnee every one holding an American
d. iree is open to suspicion."
When you are ready to invest in
la d don't go way up to the north pole
untilyou have investigated the south-
ernm lands.

A Chicago lawyer fell dead just after
taking a drink of water. Paralysis of
the stomnafh. Paralyzed with aston-
ishpment,.
Montana produced in copper
4369,000 in iver, #357,O00,00; in
gold, $282,00 .
S. Catarrh C not be Cur:ed
With local app nations, as they can-
no reach the t of the disease.


iatarrb is a blio or constitutional
disease, anda inj r tto cure it yo
manst take internal remedies. Hall ,
Oat*rrh Cure is tak internally, d
aetsi drecty on the lood and mucous
surface. Hal l'a Ca rrht Cure "s not I
quack medicine. It; m prescribed bY
one of the bst physl tans i this coun-
t ra*azii pr sriP p-
i. It poedof the bet ton
known, combined i the best blood
puriers, acting di ly tn the au-
s rf. T. fect onbins-

IU~sMna zuak I si:.at.:id"


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EASTRLIN CASE

SET FOR SAT

Special Venire of For
Drawn for the Cam

-TO BE CALLED AT 9

The Case Will Occupy
Part of the Week, as
the Witnaq, SHu ... s .


WI p r W. king ''.. rrdy fr..
URDAY Y wo.Saysrts. Brown.



2 PAlNE'S CELERY GOMPOUNI
O'CLOCK Tonesand Strengthens Weak

a Large "
Many of Organs and nfigoates:the
-- D .U:I. .*. -


...s sl.. ,o, ,,oave .een Sum-
moned.
The case of State vs. John Easterlin
has been set for hearing on next Sat-
urday at9 a. m.
Easterlin is charged with the murder
of Tom Clark, which occured at New-
berryseveral months since, and was
postponed from the last regular term
of court.
There was a special venire of forty
drawn yesterday and will be sum-
moned here from which to select a
jury to try the defendant.
Owing to the fact that the defendant
is-well known in the county and that
the case is yet fresh in the minds of a
large number of its inhabitants, it is
expected that a large erowJ' will be
present to witness the trial.
REIGN OF LAWLESSNESS.

Bad State of Affairs Existing In Smith
County, Mice.
,Memnphis, June 10.-The reign od
lawlessness in Smith county, Miss's-
aippi, during which one -whiteroalA wa
eliot from ambush and killed and au-
Other wounded by negroes, has had.
a terrible e.:uel.
The dieatth of Mr. Craft and the neri-
ous .hooting of Mr. Boyle worked the
people upl to a high pitch, aand wax,
was declared on the negroes. Flpol
men and one woman were killed nad
eight or ten others badly beaten.
Most of the other negroes in the
eommu-nity have been ordered to leave
and should they heed the warning,
peace would probably be restored. 11
is saldI that the killing and flogging
of the tiegroes was done by men from
the southern part of Smith county,
the noted Sullivan's Hollow communal.
y, who were from the same section
the white victim, Mr. Craft.
The names of the dead negroes
uld not be learned.
DIED IN COURT ROOM.
lonel Albert Sydney Johnson .Ex
pires Suddenly.
CArtersville, Ga., J-uve 10:-Clolonei
bert Sidney Johnson, one of the
blest lawyers of the Cartersville bar,
Sopped dead in the court house at
bout 6 o'clock while engaged in a
e in the city court. As opposing
unsel he was cross-questioning a
tness. He started to rise to object
In0 suddenly fell to the floor, his as.
ocilate, Julge Neel., catching at him.
-'e expired at once. physicians attrib.
"utlng his death to apoplexy.
4 His father, Colonel Abda Johnson,
A died in '-sch the same way 20 year
ago In his home, less than 200 feet
from where he expired. Mr. John,
son had been' active In politics sad
was influential. He was brother
In-law of Judge John W. Akin,

HEIR TO FORTUNE MISSING.
San Francisco Man Thought To Have
Met with Foul Play.
.New York, June 10.-DAVld J. Barr,
of Ban Francisco, a jeweler eand re
ported to be sole hbelr to a lrge' for-
tune in California, is missing,. H4
S'aWs seen for .the last time by so,
-lualntances, at a New Y'ork hotel on
Decoration DIy. That. slight hip room
was found tenantless.
b Diligent search for the rlesalng -t
.has been made by William 8, Quin'
S.an, of San Prfanelsco. Discouraged
by failure, he heas notified Lthe police
of his friends 4emppeaance.
"I tfeel that Mr. Barr has met with
fol' play/' sald Mr. Quinlan. "?oa
eIlght days t hate prosecuted ecre(
search, hopi t g to fnd him before newly
.of his disappearance could reach his
Snmother; iut I have now asked the p0
k." le fOr their ald."

UNCLE SAM SWINDLED.
Scheme of Diamond Dealers to Lase*
i .:."',: "Import Duties. .
.:' .. N York, .uiine 8.-An inVetieast


tE4 which has ust cablmlnats d in a
hbaIs' before United states ,on-


0004t M owe. .''w
~ A4Vpraior Sradtt ass brosgl4
lIt a nMehiod ott Irportte dia '
da below -t3ielhreal viatK.: He*'
r, 4 ?lolates 4lrintify s law y.*r
.' "e '.It *< w rowwe,vfr

S1 wll0: iwiiM 1-"1,0; .i4amoiuP
isuss.a~eo~tiia^g pettai^^ywht


Whole System.


Paiie's Oelery Compound. has been
speciallt>-prepared for the' relief and
and'cureb nmany ailments that affliit
women, and it never 14ils to g.lo a
new and. healthy tone to the female or-
gans; it removes relaxed debility and
unhealthy e~eretio.s; It plintatie tishe
blood, and establishes a perfect and
vigorous health. Mra.. V, L. Brown,
Vinelarid,,Oal, writes as follows:-
'Four years a0g6 female troubles and


irregularities commenced to make my
life miserable,. Though I sought the
best medical advice, my sufferings
seemed to increase, and recently, -upon
the advice of a friend, I used. Paattne
Oile'ry Compound, a*d found it to be
a wonder.-working uto, pound. I have
used tfive bottles and can truthfully
say am a- pew woman. I owe my
life and present good health to Paine's
Celery Compound."'


QOVEfRNNIiNT FOR MORE. M I V68T

11ll Enacted Making Province Prao. Country at
tically an Autonomous Colony, Little
Manila, June 10,-The Phllp-nea Galneseaviyl
oommsion 'has enacted a bill previd, Inters o0'
ing for the governmenti of the Mores. allowing
Govrertr- Taift and Maj i General -eveywhere
vis. jzilntly dra-ftoed t. The uasure ferers:
practically rmal;es the Moro province "1To the .
an autonomous oetolny 'of the-. Phllp. Our Conmm
pines with the Phillppine government liters of.
controlling anid creating an appolntive erous peopl
legislative council to provide local -,widel, for t
laws, th.e committee reserving the en commun-
right to amend or annul them. *The have, ah'e
.ciuncll is to be composed of a. gov-. have only'
ernor, secretary., treasurer, engineer, cessitlest.
attorney and superintendent of the "A great
schools. governor Taft will appoint stroyed and
thp officials. The hbil will extend the ed. Whit
jurisdiction of the Philippine courts ed alike.
and constabulary to the province and the whites
will recognize Mioro laws, *which do congregation
not conflict with American, laws. The away. On
measure also directs the coflcation wreck, 20 1
of the tribal laws, creates Moro courts, tory house'
provides that the Philippine courts "We beg
shall try cases between MorOe and and common
Christians, gives the province iti net everywhere
customs and forestry collections and 'on Sunday,
aurhorires the council to abolish slave, to supply
ery. The province it divided into furnish sah
five districts, Sulu, Zamboanga, lanae, rebuild the
COiabatc. and, Davao. The billH pro- A
rides for a partial military iw-er- to z, T. (
ment and it is expected that General committee;
Ideonard- Wood will be the first gover ALIMO
nor of the Moro province. BALTIMO
.HELD UP BY FOOTPADS. Permanent
Two Men Shot, One Fatally, at Baltlmolr
Wllketbarre, Pa. to a te!egr
WlllkosbarrePa., June 10.-T-wo mnea G.ane.ville,
were shot, ode fatally, by footpads in sufferers on
this' city early today. and house
John BalAdes, of th!s city, and Bene, mament re
diet Kessler and John Weidman, of mtyor's off
Altoona, Pa., delegates to the .state to the pubi
convention of German Catholic ool. The rem.
ties, were returning from a banquet the commll
when they were stopped by- two high. tO make a
waymen and ordered to throw up to te cou
their hands. All complied with the fsl-tesvlle,.
demand amnd the footpadas startedto tirlite that
go through the pockets of the men. tore, respo;
They secured Weldman's money and. As the con
railroad ticket, and had taken $6 from Information
Baldes when he made an outcry, This t upp1ies, th
enraged the robbers and they backed confined to
away and began firing at the mea muntl .iore
The footpads escaped tailnable as
S* ... ...-.- ers,"
Pecultar Death. It was f
G00esvillep Ga., Jue 10.--A dstb I ng bo b'
under unusual and peculiar tremnC 4G a evllle,
stances Is reported near here. Mlss ail for w
Mary Stevens, aged 50 years, after received.
partaking of bread In which It i 'said by express
that a spider hbad been worked In the ning to lain
dough, died to a few moments i i e ra for men, w
agony. Whether the poison aiued aoLpc,. J<
her- death or some other cause ut. Gornian, Ei
Imeown, has not been a.certa.laed. No chars Ran<
sUrpicion or blame is attached to any tho ec6mnit
one, 'but the sudden death 'of Mtiss
Stevens, coupled with the fact that AIegw
the spider wis known to larb ben ashrgt
Ikneade. tin the dough, though the pa Opa mpe
tiles of its body Were &tr-adwt b' l dmPi-
fore the bread was cooked, hia. giveri Wm Ta
rise to much speculatioLn.. '.4 Ob*
Iteception For Roosevelt, 0C9S
SNew York, June 10.-Oirtu B9 l Is /#il
preparing to welcome Pr. dept -Rooe tan Mad 1
e:t Uto his summer ouits. A coa, it, -w et.
tee has been appo.ntd by tb oeeal l ao- t" e
board of tmade to ariape dfetaites Ed43 o
the receptlon4. )Mee. rW U4ep~ea 4 sa-d 1.
on when tht present a.rtae sa4 t .he sysies~s
s.ar. a iesnets will irf e 1 .. to satH bSt :"wces1*
eorvenieutne. Tie tgrila wgg s llCV e o
rate its two hundred a4 IfAtlet aeaf New ; Ye
tepoec are fosterina the bopitbt tb a, 3
*Ief .et* will ****% .N ,N a
tig to partJIatl t A l>ters
i~i

"IFt$ MAKE APPEAL.

Large Asked to Heep the
City of Gaineavllie.
e.. Ga., June 8.-The mln-
,ine vll e havo isued the
Lped3 II.to to e ministers
for ahd for the storm suf-
Pateors of Our lo'rgy and
mi County" We, the min
tidnes'ville iGa., hog a gean-
e to open their hearts more
Jhe aassvtiice of our stril-c
ity. Itbeeri eoutrlbutloni
dy been : made, but these
sufficed for immediate no.
many 414mes have boesn de-
'several churches demolish
e anid colored have suffer.
One house of worship for
and fout for the colored
is haV-e been entirely swept
ne school house is a total
homes, bealdes the 100 fac-
i, are Utterly destroyed.
ln the name of our God
m humanity that the clergy
D makes a special appeal
, June T, for aid, hot only
fooji and' clothing, but to
elter for the homeless and
ir houseiOf worehip.
tributlonrs hootd be sent
)Katleberry, treasurer rellet
(ialneevillle, GGa.
RE AIDS GAINESVILLE.
Relief Cormmittee Forwards
2,C00 In Clothing.
m, Md., Juae 8.--In :Tcp )ne
amt from Mayor Parker of
, stating that 'the o torm
oe-demo provisions, clothing'
old goods, the citizens' potr.
lief commtstee met In toe
Ylce and issUed an appeal
lie for $2B500.
lutlon adopted recited that
ttee deem.s .it Superfluous
ny exteinutd statement as-
(dIiom exiting now at.
Ga, an-dA it sincerely
our citizens will a's hereto-
nd promptIy and liberally.
mnmittee is without deinltne
Sass to the traneiortation o.f
these contrlbutVins will be
esiCalt for the. present, and
doefltote Inforrna.!ion Is ob-
tto thb wants of the suff.
further decided that dobh-
ight at once and sent to"
Oa.. the purchase to. be
hen 'the coitrubutlons are
ThA renlef committee sent
nearly $2,000 worth of cloth-
esvitle,9 1;: 'T.he lo0thl t
onon. and children.- Mayor
oha S. Wjlaon, James U.
uigoie, Tevrig. and 3 '
]dll were the Mtttb-ets of
tee present at h. 'neltaug,





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.P.st Day. O.O. p.ed in Selecting


QNE OA$E WAS NOL PROSSED

Most of t te Day Devoted to Calling
Oaas and .SettIng Them for Later
Dat pasesto Oome Up.
',The special torr of the birokiit court
con Vied yesterday at 11 a. :.m with
ls Bonor Juidge Wills and., t.tt At-
torey Oalihoit presiding.
eOat ot tIe day was devoted to se-
ourtng the grand jury and arranging
the other preliminiiaries for the session,
which will posably last for s8veral-
days.
The ease oft tate vs. C. B. Easterlin
and T. W. Wynn,, gambling, was notl
prossed.
Juli Willianlms, charged with aggra-
vated assault, withdrew her plea of
not guilty and entered a plea of guilty,
which was accepted by the court. A
special venire of twelve was drawn to
secure the potit jury' forttho week.
Th ease of Ishrm "Malphurs, olharged
will) mu rder, was set for June lOth.
Several other cases have ben set for
hearing this morning, and the docket
will be cleaned up as fast as poaaible.
ISECOMES WIFE AT 1.

Girl Eloped With Farm Hand Who Has
Been Arrested.
Moultrle, Ga., June O i.iute le"inu.
nation has lbeena heated in the Monk
.datrict of this county by the 1l6p,
toent of a young couVple this week, Ti
brlde is Mist Mfary Anionas 18 yesis
old, and a member of .o e of the iom t
prominent families of the county.
She ran away from schooll to manr
L. N4 Tan itd'ale, an employee on ti-ef
mteprather's fArm. They e.,Oped Into
Worth county, where they matchedd,
but were soon followed by 4Offcl 0of
this enunty, who carried a w'rmt t.
,charging the young benedict vj$th kid.

The couple were brought to Moul,
trte, and with them came a lT'arge iw~
0er of indlgnant relatives of tte bride..
She wa---by no mowas coerced& by
the preFnee of relatives, Including h"e
mother, but remned .loyal to her
Young husband,. declaring that she
woftld llve with him or d ,.
Young I./agdnle gave bond, and the
girl was takon back home by the
mother.
HOTEL BREAKERS BU RNS.

-,Hevy Loss is Caused at the Florida
FResort.


West Palm Biech,J.Tumn 9.-At 1.1:30
o~olock this moraig 1 tho Broakers, the
taller of the two hatrg-et lhot ls at
Palm 3.mkAh, wa-s soi to bW in Ilamest.
Thte hotel building, power house,
Oory6 block of stores, tho casino sotlth
of the hote I andi one of the large cot-
rages .north of the hotel were de-
Wtroyed,
0ome furnitatre frormi tbh hote I was
laved, baut it was l)ld4ly damaged. -The
loMe -;e Were; ,. t i..
Tihitt rakoer, $), 0,){ urnlture,
200, ; aino cottar and Cory
blook, about 25,0fX),. Other losses
-bno ut5,0(X).
The hotel was insured for $300,000,
but the furniture waA insured. .ory's
block .is sipppoed to haiv been about
ailf covered by insurance,..
The origin of the fire Is unkno- u.
-0o on( was ijiured,
01-' DIES FROM WOUNDS.

William WlawMoon. the Negro Shot by
:. .ohn Holts Expired Tueaday.
William Wilinaomn, the .egro ,hot
by Johti Hdolt ait ewberryoi..14et .ion-
day, died from the e'ects of his wounds
on Tuesday night at 1 0'oclkok "
't wdl be remembered that the dla.
paint. arteover ou bse roet duo Bolt
4oi wili :he,1 had ed --to 4 ioUeet.,
t tI 'was amtsOdr, In thi f lty ~eI. '


, '.: '. e r t :. .ete
s I Iosew end ?measu two ersoker*
jtew ir ete ailsti would s*leo the
tials smofalag to oins the Oak Hall

platethesas V *er ed 4h*
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V defy the world to produce a
medleine for the core of all forms of
kidney-and bladder troubles, and all
diseasats p*ictllar to womenn, that will
oquil t tmithia 'Sure Kidney Cure,
Ninety.elght per oent of the ua0es
treated with 8mithh's Sure idney
OtCre that have oomoe under our oh-
servation have been cured. We sell
our mnedolne on a positive guaraintoo,
if directions are followed, and money
will be refunded If cure is not affected,
Prioo 60 cents amud $1.00, For sale
by Johnson Bros.
MAKE THEIR REPORT.


Gradlng.O ommittie of Teachers' Ex-
amination Onmplete Labors..
The gratding crm imtit te to( tho eaoh.
ora' oxamin)iatiO., whi havei booen att
work ainoo last FridAy,,landed in thole
report, to Stperinitendeoit Holloway
late f tdHay aft.eroou.
Out of fifty-ix 'white aipplicantIs for
te Ihera' vertttfleathes, five made marks
to entitle them to firit grdo coertfl.
attoe., nine will To-reIv saouind grade,
and seevnteemi third 'grade. Tie bal-
ande, twenty-flvo, failed to get any
ortifloate at all,
Those who were fortunate enough to
make flrst grade are S TJ. Ellis, 3, H.
Coffee, W, 7.Ele, J. A. Ormond and
Miss Ruby Hiawku'in.
Theocolored applicants made a poor
showing as a whole, only six out of.
twenty-six passing. Two of theoe-
mado second, and four third grade eaer
titloates.
HEAVY SHIPMENT OF MELONS;

About Forty Cars Pass Through the
Otty on Wednesday.
ltwo solid trains Joaded with wAter'..
moeoms paIsed through the city Wed-
neasday en route to the nourtherms and
eastern markets.
These olenlons cattle from Marion and
thlie southern end of Allihelui0 countIes,
iand one con only, have nin ide of the
acreage of this dop when it is re-
miiemnbered tliatnt hast twelve cars
iro shipped through here tnitly.
Before du4tice Colman.
Judge olinan .had two 1asoti before
himt yesterday morning whicm he dim-
posed of In. his usual.mstaunes-likl way.
HaIm English, a negro, was arraigned
on the charge, of beatlina fine miloh
cow beltmIng to J. A. Pawsonm of
North Gainesrillte. .Tieo ovidonee was
Of i atrong natu re atid hli wIs bound
over to thodlreuit court, giving bond
for hit applateiroe.
Tom Doo ey, an soiaped eon viol who
yet had fifteen months to serve when
heo ikpped, was also up lie will now
have to spendan extra three mionths-
in theogang tfor hi es1Hape.
SBick Work All Completed.
The brkk work O n the new leeitrto
light plant has been eomrnpleted with
the exceptio-n of a few fIn iiuing
touoheas which wtllbe put mn the build.
ing today by Contrat or Rieves, The
walls aro about to feet iI height, and
the axto of the building Is 8STxtl f(?t.
SOff for the Mines.
Shedrit Fe.nAo"t yeiterda0y soent two
convitsa totheomlneain the wsternh0e
tios of the co.ntyi-Mitoh(iell Love and
Tom Diooley, both colored, Dooley I*
san esoapedeos5tt- avnd was teeoap&ur-
ed by Deputy Ora:ngetr near Paltk'k.
lest weekoo*".
..' : A l-the Opera Hou .* -" .*"'
The last of 'tte arleri of pigsso me-
eit lm by MIieoDyo was given aAt -a
wans' Opiera ious e t ight, lit.
ai muslpan of-e highe bolissetad -w- -
derbiwg of a 4mtw lsr~c-. ai, tat. be receivd at (he hu saufo.luvfhRg peampluof0V 041nelU.


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ts' Ca4bin That the Attack Was Made
pn Him.
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afr, neegrp was knocked in the head
0 i~$l nopy on last Saturday night by
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ij.he erimp was committed In the
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S Iorbse was killed ~May 9 bymen
6 attmiPted '-to holb4 him up in a
s @a.tore w1e0'he :was l cting Xg
( ht lrk. ,e a shot:through
S bead atter, e retusai w-eoite stle
q Srered by tte r i th r sr y

f*tL*AR O a 0N 5Q00r0 QOND. t
inplton Crage wlth" honsaira.y toe
f td e rutgovernmntt,
Malt~im rJe 8.-C IsW^orth T.pW
re't Peowiattan. $ altimore county,
4I 1 I1ls of the rural tree delery.
li d of thq poatofice in Washing
et who Wa. arI .ste- in, this iy
Sterriday on a harge of enteriog tntaL
~ on piracy' with T6hoimas W. Ma
'ln'egor, another postal employee, and
arl^r -1. ,rneith, a trunk Ndealr of
Sth ity. to deorau~I tihe government,
W released on 15.000 hall this aorn
.~g HB' hai'ment O are two real or.
10tat t alOrea In ishitts ity. The ball
*-as filed by Thlo llSltat" Conirols.
S oqe Rogerb, .
ton and .. MGrehor will have a,
eftin-g; before Commnisioner Rogera
.unre 13.
Hospital for Consumptives.
wver, Col., June 9..-Thd Niws to,
4 .S'aase plAni are n1ow o09 foot tor
i3ssablishrmtnt *of.. hosplita'l for
Nleu mlPtives which will b located onm
v.Mgon t botdry o Aions aid
S Mexieo, The home will be tin.
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The bject matter of this Great Contest is the total vote east for Governor in the States of Ohio, Massachusetts
.Io10wa, nthe 84 :day of November, 1908. .
1.E veryperson aerssted in tie science of Governtnent should be interested ii the election of these three States, as
'moi valuable nformatioan can be gained by a study of the political oonditiotis involved' in thee elections.


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Every subscriber who remits NE DOLLAJR, the regular .sibsoriptiopn price for a years subscription to THE
,? iw-EK ill receive a certificate that will seeurp for him any prize Whioh his estimates entitle 'im to
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Sn you send in you r subscription, also sed your estimates of,the total vote for Governor in. the three States
i Wre UW irnae, address and estimate in the Subscription Blank below and mail it lto THE SUN, inesville, Fla.
Theo,.ontest wil. close atmidiight,Nov. 2, 1908,. and no estimate received after that hour will be allowed. The
I: official cettificates of the Secretaries of the three States1 showing the total vote for Goverbor, will determine who are


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oThge let: ion tdie Front. o'the ui,;io
High Spjngsis -he.-gas. phn :: .wh
Will be a itae of No sC.'pa Means Withry .


iutin operation Net for Monthes tiihe th
l a Ituprovemepts ontemp ed Are A

Tlie plant is' capable of 'sup.plyig
800 lights and 'a large iumben r bf th
capaci ty has already been taken up ,by
the enterprising business men of that
place.
There has already been laid abo6t: ii
4,000 feet of -gas'pipe through .the,.!
streets, and if the, business wilf- juitiy:
'Mr, Newberry, the individual .owner jii
expects to increase the capacity a nd
put down more piping to cecou mnOi
date'all who desire the new lights,' i, l
- The bank building is also nbotf |om' !-
pleted and this will, greatly improve..
the commercial intereet.s of tlat' plae, .
and together with the jie faczorya and
laundry that .ae now in. course of con .,
struetion, it will :make High Springs
the best town in the county outside of
Gainesville.
Hot Weather Weakness.


euiuu tO.the prizes, anu ned awarufa win e mae Dy a Uisiteres5e Uomnmittee or prominent judges, just as soon as If you feel fagged out, listless and
the official figures can be obtained, lacking in energy, you are perhapsI
HerO 3 theLs(t of Prizes ter May 15, and before June 1....... ........ 1,000 suffering from the debilitating effects
t 'For the nearest correct estimate received on or at- of summer weathera,.:These symptomss.
To hot nearest correct estimator ... .. ......0,000 ter une and before June 16...............1,000 indicate that a tonic is needed that.
Sthe second nearest correct estimator ..... .... 8,000 For th0 e nearest correot estimate received on or af- will create a healthy appetite, tri* a
To the third nearest correct estimator........... 1,000 ter June 15, and before July 1................ 1,000 ate
To tlie furtlh nearest correct estimator .. .,.... 500 For the 'nearest correct estimate received on or af- digestion perfect, regulate the bowels
To th o fth neaet correct estiator.......... 200 terJuly 1,and before July 15. ................. 1,00 and impart natural activity to the
To the sixth nearest correct estimator..,........ 100 Fqr the nearest correct estimate received on or at- 'liver. This, Herbine will do; it is a
To the seventh nearest correet estimator........ 50 ter July 15, and before Aug. 1.................. 1,000 tonic, laxative and restorative. H. "
o the eighth nearest correct estimator ......... 85 For the nearest correct estimate received on or at-
To the next 12 nearest correct estimators. $16 each 180 ter Aug. 1, and before Aug. 15....... ........... 1,000 Freegard, Propr. Grand View Hotel,
To the next 27 nearest, correct estimators, $10 each <270 For the nearest correct estimate received on or at- Cheney, Kan., writes: "'I have used
To the next 988 nearest correct estimators, $ each 4,662 ter Aug. 15., and before Sept. 1 ...............1,000 erbine for the past twelve years, and
- For the nearest correct estimate received on or af- nothing on earth cpat beat it. t' was
080 prizes amounting to .........20,000 ter Sept. 1, and before Sept. 15........ ....... 1,000 recommended to me by Dr. Newton,
For the nearest 'eorrect estimate received on or af- Newton, Kan." "0 at Johnson Bros.
The Following Special Prizes Will Also Be Paid ter Sept. 15, and before Oct. 1.. ............ 1,0001 o ' .c a J. r o s
For the nearest correct estimate received before Total 1,000 prizes, amounting to ......... 40000
Dec, 15, 19002................... ...........$1,000 In ease of a tie or that two or more estimators are
For the nearest correct estimate received on or af- equally correct, prizes will be divided equally between
tor Dec. 15, and before Jan. 1, 1903 ............ 1,000 theer. ..
For the nearest corrr4t estimatee received on or af-
ter Jan. 1, and before Ju1n. 15 ................. 1,000 VALUABLE INFORMATION.
For the nearest corree estimate received on'or af- DI N
ter Jan. 15, and before Feb. 1... ........... 1,000 To aid in forming your estimate we furnish the official
For the nearest correct estimate received on or atf- figures, showing the vote for Governor in each of these
ter Feb. 1, and before Feb. 15 .................. 1,000 States for the past ten years, as well as to give ti.e total FOR HEALTH AND RECREATION.
'For the nearest correct estimate received on or at- vote for Lhe three States combined. The total vote for Situate
ter Feb. 15, and before March 3 .... .... 1;000 the three States is found in the right-hand column : situated on the Jacksonville and
For the nearest correct estimate received on or at- Year. Ohio. Mass. Iowa. Total. Southwestern railroad, eleven miles
ter March 1, and before Marh 15 ............. 1,000 1891 .......795,629 821,650 420,212 1,537,491 north of the town of Alachnua.. Strong-
For the nearest correct estimate received on or at- 1893 ........ 823,658 865,012 415,807 1,604.476 est slphur in Florida.Cures eu
ter March 15, and defore April 1. ......... 1,000 189...5 ..887,466 828,121 401,345 1,566,932 p u n
For the nearest correct estimate received on or af- 1897 ..........854,986 269,795 438,292 1,563,073 matism, Kidney and Stomach trouble..
ter April 1. and before April 15... ........... 1,000 1899...........908,159 299164 483,351 1,640,676 Fine fishing and hunting. First-class
For the nearest correct estimate received on or af- 1901 .......827,566 324.526 390,489 1,642,581 table fare. Rates $5 per week. Free
after April 15, and before May 1. ...... 1,000 What will be the total vote for Governor in-these three baths.
For the nearest correct estimate received on or af- States combined on the 8d day of November, 1908? Fig-
ter May 1, and before May 156 ............ ...... 1,000 ure it out and send in your estimates. It may mean NO'TICEOFP RLECTION FOR TRnsT
For the nearest correct estimate received on or af- $10,000 in ca4h to you. FOR SPECIAL TAX IISTRIOTS.
For the purpose of electing three (3) trustees
CERTIFICATE OF BANK' PRESIDENT. orefr d dernni t he ra o Umi.
Associatio has Dei e in theSanto. be axt.see and collected therein for, the
S hereby certify that the Press Publishing Associationhas deposited $40,000 in the Central Savings ank, Detroit., eecons wln be held on Tuesdar. tune te.r,
Michigan for the express purpose of paying the prizes to those making the nearest correct estimates f' the Total Ag- 1W3, in the following specialtax" tdItrots, to-
gre gate' Xote cast for the office of Governor in the States of Ohio, Massachusetts and Iowa, on she 3d day of November Smith. D. .
1903, and that this fund can be used for no other purpose. f Hird dc.erf e. el sMh DG.
Roo-tellc- Inspectors: T. J. Perry. Rol-
..lias: A. T. Kelley-. clerk.
Qsteen. J. T. Stokes, clerk.
,bJrj B a k4Arober-Ju-speetors: .J. T. Fleming, F. S.
Subscription Blank. "'c" v o7s^TPrsidet, Cdon
Curl. C. D.. Wood, clerk.
I .President, MteaoPy-InsropetOrs: J. D. Watkins J. w.
Inclosed ilnd $.........to apply on Subscription Account Central SavingsBank ewin.torJJ. Godwin. J. L.
Townsend. 1- MeIntosh. clerk.
Name... ........ ..... ....... ................ fellow.T. J. MiRae,. oerk.
Blank for Estimates Without Subscription, witms a t.3 .e.. .clerk. - -
Postolflce ..........: ........... ............ .(Estimates 16 Cents Each.) b rs L. CDo ne.T. X. God-
,.- '' -isb o eW.. .. .le* ..
Ga Inesvile-Ispetors D. A. Rbert~opn.J.
State ............... ................... Name ... .................... ............ ...raod. J. A. phter. clerk, '
-li. F ". P. H eode coaa clerk.
My Estimates of Vote for Governor in the 3 States are Postoffie .................................. .ILR arnes.,e, ek.
W! lior- Inspectora .J Beekhamn M.
...... .. . .. .. ..... .. State .M. . .... .. . . ....... . Pier.J. A. t eborouh, clerk.
........ ....... High Sprtnfs-It neon 0. C Cole.%r.J.
My Estimates of vote for Governor in the 3 States are Ost i. B H. Poel e. er. .
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errors of the Pace
Disaster.
W,44ORES OF LIVES WEI
;ftenes of Ruin .and Desolat
Most .Without Parallel
1_861 Will Probably R
re' S,000,000.
BI. Spartanburg S. C., June
'pn, death and ruin are h
sway aio:tg tie banks'of t
Arver frci Clifton to Pace
tance ol )J re, s, as th3 re
S Wful flood of Saturday mo
From the scene of the
i of the big 50,uu0-spinjle mill
S Ol fton N'o. 3, down the riv
tar of a nlle where Cliftoi
wrecked, and around the be
quarter of a mile to Clitit
Which is also half gone, n
debris and wreckage c-an be
only a few houts ago tile hi
100,000 Eplndles and th mu
ple of the river was heard.
The transformation s I
1ntmiltes the spectator dumb,
jare althogether inadequaRe t
Pthe scenes of ruin which li&
IOf the river for miles down.
laces where a mill village
its dozens of houses today is
H long flat sand bank, the
ijng change. completely the
'thle country. In somnp place
-:bed of the electric railway Is
ly annihilated and the ent
*ashed away, water coQ
ground. It will probably
sary for the line to take a
a mile from the old location
to reach Clifton.
.. Scenes of Ruin and Des
In some places the site
by the houses are buri-d
great sand banks an-dI
occasional piece of plank
through the sand would inc
Sa houso stood 'in that plao,.
struction la awfIuf andy corn
force of the flood has so
changed the banks of the
ftat bordera on which number
stood that It will not be j
rebuild on the former sites.
Forty to Fifty- Dear
The loss of life is cons
Slpaed at from 40 to 50. (
-7 bodies, perhaps half a' d
'vl2 been. -ecured from the fl
young girl's body was found
deep in, the sand that. only
projected. One man, was
of the river 4i in -unconsiol
tion 9. miles below the sceie
'1g overtaken by the flood.
'At C1iton Mill No. 8, just
Southern railway trestle, t
Ware drowned and only a
of the immense mill, about
now remains. Some eight
the houses are gone and s
Sruined. At Mill No. 1, nex
following the course of wa
Stream, one-third of the mil
The lower 'floors that r
flooded andt piled with deb
scene here ls Jindescrlbal
upper end of the mill is goi
section thums exposed shows
ed and beigt machinery, t
timbers. the wreck-age and
piled up to the second and t
Out of lower windows
strings of cloth are hung, t
the mills still being attach
looms, which were wreck
floods.
Across the river that p
mill village located within
of the bankm of the river Is
, long covered bridge wnd th
for the hands are gone aid,
ery stable, a store and r1
tures.
At Mill No. 2. which laI the
stream, this once handsome
Structure is now halt demo
two lower stories are pile.


bris and rubbish, and flooded
out. When tse waters atru
about 6 o'clock- Satiday i
of the operatives living
River were warned In time
with their live.. A number
were .washed away. ;'A th
-OccUant d saved nothing
-. The wirehora6se of the mill
bales of cotton were alsoca
Iby thi asgry waters. The
store at this mmi was also d
.e '.ama '".. m, toi vaiu
^ *'1 place-i~~gd; a*t, pirey $gQ00..


Lcordent Mon tei$,0r1, 00t.
OAT Clifton Mills, place their ito o | rE lB'to AP
$1,000,000. .. '
For the D.19. O Cnverse .ooptt;:ata : "
'lot Kfill ::endale,s. tS. eestlhe. i e.S$I)s O6 P
Tucapau mills" loss placed t 2<, $2,. : .. i
*Lockhort lnl la ssoOo. *z .n. *;..4i:
iE LOST. Palrmont sustalbiqa,-os of $10008ISRONG IOMSA
Whttihey lots i" plaeet at $8,000.
ion Are Al- Lolo loss is about $5,o00; It las ilveth' Ntive .o Wi
Total m1ill lo,, $,,80,000.. e fite Detail
-Property Ti0e dazhage to theo Souther" rTAlw., it
each ove. cannot be accurately estimated at this CaisitIes Hav' Yet Seen Obtainid
time. Brilges are down n d ever dit .'
reaction and tracks have been inmdat ,Bentfcunitf Algiera, June 9.94Ne
9.-Desola- ed in many localiti0s. roD o Fenc eh artilory opened a proelimitnl y
oldtug full the condition of the road a t "fire. at 6,30 thio morning on the rabe]
he Pacelot constantly sustained. ""' ou< Flu tribesmen. General
elot, a diDs. .OA'fikor commanudsthe punitive ,4pe.0
sult of the DEATH LIST INCREASED. dition, cohAisting of 4,000 of thLe _r
rnmg. _g_ n legionn and a strong force opfr'U
desLructloun Graphic Account of the Flood I tiltry, armed with guns lrlng .Mei
l known as South Carolina. It t heholls. Details of the onago-
ver a quar. Charlotte, N. C'., June 9.--~iree erOut have not yotbeon received. It
n No. 1 a thousand idle men, women and ehl', was GenOral O'Coannor's plaz to ad.-
nd another dren who had been ertiployed 1s ti, vance pon Flguig In three oblumns
ton No. 2, Clifton mills and several thommnd A1 post *.hs artillery on comniandlng
othing but other persons who are alSa wlut :'Iills ustrrotding the rebel stronghold.
seen when employment have gathered ,aoMUd 4tw The acual bombardment began "t
um of over wrecks of the three Clifton m7i.lls. 7:30 and lasted until 9:0O a. m., when
luSical rip. Several hundred people wait f' tthe freeh troo ps occupied two strate
company's stores to be opened, many ~c hills, galitng these positions by
one that of these are already without neceasl- surprise.
and wonda tie. They sound the note of dIstress It l believed the native loss was
to describe that wll be general today, heavy, but.- no definite detail of the
jthe bank Th. superintendents and overseers caualties will be obtainable ,unA!
In some have employed a small! percentage of .the French- enter Figulg.
stood with the operatives to assist in building foot The bulk of the population of Filul3
seen only bridges and -doing other work neces, i e pected to be friendly to the
river. havy- ary to precede the reconstruction of French, as neighboring tribes are as.
aspect of the mill property. .' ating.ntheoperatias orthepunitive
3. the road Mill No. 1 is the least injured of the expedition.
a complete. three plants, It will be weeks or France has formally notified the pow.
ire bed is oonthb before It will be In operation. erathat she has no intention of taking
vering the The plant Is three stories high, with Moroccan territory audi will only punr
be neces- the biggest building, the carding and lah the Arab brilgtids who were re,
detour of. spinning room, else to the river's sonsible for the recent attack on the
a ia order edge. The upper edge of thi etruc, escort of Governor Jonnart.
ture has been battered in for a ,-di General O'Conn4 was instructed to
olatlon. tance of 50 feet. Below that for the give the women and hthldren an oppor,
s occupied entire length of the mill water rata ra tsulty to leave the town before the
beneath high as the second story anid seeminlg- bombardment. A friendly Arab cour*
only an ly all the machinery was touched and ler, bearing a nottI4cation to this rf.
projecting ruined by the water. No. 2 mill, with feet to the women, n.d children, was
dicate that Its Atherton frame, is not rnuch more killed whilt carrying the message.
The d valuable than the Lwisaed ma4oNlary MANY T1 MEET AT AMHEVILLE'
plete. The In the plant at Converse. Several MANY TO M .E AT A.HEVILLE.
completely bodies have been recovered this morn-
river and hig. Mrs. Maggie Rebbs was found Wlaborate Programme Arranged foe
ous houses alive o-n an Island 38 nes below here. Southern Eduoat pnl Assoclatio "
possible to With hrer were her two children, dead. Ashevglte, C., une 9.-The antnual
All had- been swept down on drift. meeting of the Southert Udatlonai
d. 1 wood. One little boy, who was car.- Amociatlon will hl tohis year I
servatively ried away from Mill No. 2, floated A#devl8., The meting po80 MO uly 2b
)nly a few safely 12 miles down the river over the n he mot p S t
ozen, have dams at Pacelot and was drowned Just one of the ost stta sei ful in tlto hiS'
oods. A as he was about to be rescued. tgrrhe Ieorth gan n.um Ar hef pro
2 buried so Reports today increaa4 the death list
her knee tor Mill No. 3, and 60 people are said nent speakers art4 educator have
taken out to be missing. Their bodies, If re. signified their int.. tion of being pres.
toun condi' covered, are apt to be found many t and everything hmtstt been don tU
Sof 'his be. miles below here. make this meeting a mot attra e
above 'e action of the compy's officers one.
above th here and at the other mills Is admitr. Asheville a provided wk h all the fa
en. people able. Without any time for prepares a handsome aula rctyu in thelw.aood
small part -- on thby pal themselves facing the a handsome audtoriy appointels,It mod
one-fourth, most serious conditions that ever con, er and elegantly appointed, it is
or ten. ol fronted managers of any industrial en. amply ble to take charge of a large
ev eral are trepriso, but they are showing cheer- number of visitor a ost atif
0t#1 Order,, ful front and are e sdeavoring to mainc tyman
tat d edeavorng to ma Arrangementes have been made wlb
tt down, tain a semblanced of order among thhe, raroad web a ex
ll is gone. operatives. Some, hut very few, of the railroad whereby an .ex i rlon
emihn are the operatives, will leave Cllfton today ie wt prlll ple of in 't ime
rl8. The to secttre work elsewhere no many with privilege of having the time
ble. Thue mills are shut down that work is l1m for eted extheudtlg ou ter
ne and thA scarce. 10 If desired, thus giving Southern Ed.
the crook, 'The relief that Is imperative must Ucatuonal Atsoclatlon t embners an 'ph
he broken tome direct and must furnish bread w0 elnd of Ama,"
Fhe debris and meat to the employee of the three h.ier s of tAhe rtca o r
bird floors. Clifton mills. The officers ofthe asociaton are:
long dirty lstimstes made today place the tt. Prednt, Cooglnea-J. Wvceeholion, on.
he ends In tat los at Clifton and at Pacelot at wo ). Ro es, 'iallahaosee, sia,; tres.
ted to the $2,500,000 or $3,000,00. i urer, r es or ThomaA Hutene, Chia.; trelk
ed by thI The -lss to the county and to private Hill, N. o.; secretary, Siaupermtene
r property holders Will probably increase l, 'l a Aheie. C.r
art of tha this amount to an extra $1,000,00, R_. _, _Iho. Ahevlle, N, ,
gon. T Receivers Are Appointed. AT8 OP VANDALISM,.
S g a na g w a y B al t l t lm o r e J m se 9 - O 3n t h e r e q u e ntm it, d b y t k G ra'e D l g r
also a iv. of the .credItors and Upo Its ow ad committed by Strikln rave Diggrs
ther struck. iss lion:r of Insolvency, receivers have at Sn Franislco
Been appointed for the City TruSt and Chicago, June 9.-A d t sa dw Banxding company. President WhIat. 1rtbuns from Ba- ar;lncliso -ays:


folur-story ly states that the uspension w. ws O tt n ave ig
Washed, the i mde necessary by the wlthdrawl ommitted-byth triknKorave, d
Swith d epolta recently anthe falur t e t Cpr cemetery, nr thi
Through. I t. p reallze upon securities. H ety. A gave whlch baldt e dug by
dt rout i tou a ethe. saut -Suplrlntetdeht'enp oneu4
ck the mill says he believes depositors will be paid L Worttn.* fnr filled wn
norlfg el in' full. It Is stated that the..iablw. f af ldth
across t ltie are.:$500,000; aet about th water. he rsult wttst tetne
to esoap *mne. The Suspended company did 1 *& 'led to it w'l.le the -grav
r of houses a banking buslies adtor b A nore Serious ou e wa prp.
Is mill th4 n15.5.
whatever. trtead at te crematory. Ther.
aud 2,O IAppointed Arbishop.L .LII WS 5 to b li n'Nd. bu wte-hen
ied ;awky[ :Rome,. June 9.-The vatlu teaa tiate fuWra .was igrM*d It blel u
company's crfoiciahly announced tha tole 4, J. e lJ.'I rlf two'iflElj *irW t cy
e*3t~o y 'd iL-: Harty, pastor o t .church g t of the, t
property L.uis, has been apte arb h r sie
11f1MilL the. furn oat.to6 0 *4
of W.-,- a- is ,%-s o
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ot 1ly niu~-t~.n t 1w the 1 oifMnkind a.{,
Bil e traced to irregularititt 6 the 1 stomacl1
4' 1tan bowels., N hen these important or gangs
i to a to regularly the system hIwcoeus Ac ged with
Imurities, and prtct health is.imrpob .b M17z.
ly ,l^on E!lixir i s pleasant lemon drink which
enly i though ly ean as the sstem .It is
p rfect liquid 4.xative, enid i. goo fo every
tneraber of the family. Fifty cents 0 a botWte at 1
i4g StoI'.t, y^'S Lemon Hot Drops Moz le's
At without any equal for coughs, colds, L;r'-",o:7'
I -Wchiiasore th etc.



DlarrhouD ysentsrY,hand
ChIldrenofA A 4o.
Aids Digestion. Rogulato
the Bowds Strnthen
2EChild and Makes
IOr Rl a .1:e ta to 0, 4. MQPOPBT, M. D,. ST. LOUIS, MO.
L No o0-It was fmt rtled,4 b r oar tamlls btatn in (o Chsrtuon to e TKIE.T1 NA
ttourac ao t h "irT yyo unbIa fntItol W0 be1 f v01r 10tel 0 t an ,"dI t '.Io ttn irtou
Ift rt wo Io In ttihl trt ublol, itn d.# I e ff 0A ltt b uib l tik ( onn t o ry ticilolttlt|iuli rtr4i Iro t!Al1016
1a lo oosequont upon th chldl n t eonollebt ho noMec.ea, wbem o e la a1 0W L bab In tta ous *. n:lt thai o thete lohn triih aro w ovr, arti
we tko W K ia aro In r Bmo tua tt nur (rqt te loll r00 miAstt s that nt y v '4 l ut Ip i. tI 1 t.t < t kO thl et
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.4 C. 'W .el of 'Ale-
Stwith a brief v^i'tSaturday,
f and 3i P. G t.rio, two
e ntrp10i11ng business hen of the
S rtry se^etior, paild 0ainesvme. a
.iiless visit on Monday.
Sa ed-ie4 boy hors mule, erip-
t\'~ ~m^ m tfooti suitable reward
be aifor .el y'. to the Ala-
h'Is. Anika Arpow, a. imnpaniled by
bild4renii,. is in the: city from he r
@$eat *Fernandina, visiting he r
sther d sIster,' Shiewill remain for
t0eral day.
J 3' ayor of Arredondo is :n .the
Bisitig relatives and friends. e
S e~emient deputy "at that place
hv fa to bring all offenders
h e l o 'J "nstice,
o iQato, an.old coloed marn who
S ie thl ty .formany years,
id o in the western part.
itbe iSy yesterday, 'Old .iage "was:
$ $ause of his demise,
froiM the f0sherie, s located

Swere never better 'aid a large,
n e 'ow beltng whipped from
a ewans Lake. ,
brinki t of the fhtm Of Brikley
nesof Vyril, was among' the
^ trs to Gniesllle on Monday, He
) iatI his mill is now kept' busy
M ieng otin full time to met the large
^s Matte Brabhan, who has4 been
Spat several months the ef 'i
Wt.61i.1iner at the store of Mrs. W.,
n'e. eat Uwtra, h:as returned to
.etime itO th.is fisty, uhon the de.
|$Aghtof heur mtany friends,
e hltd 1ip Miller aii d chfldrei, ac-
toranied by the for her's parent ots,
zi S erdrs. A. G. Austin,' departadi

the 1i, l rpadnd the an knmer 'delight-
pfull among friend ndT relatives.
J, 'R. Iowd has returned from jolnts
in houth Florida. where he has been. on
Ia propectin1i' tour for the' past few

e 'Te went as Ir south as th
lItn reservation, and decl-ares' -that
|seclon to be the' finest country h in the
g world.
rthur Chitty, one of the prominent
youngg business mwen or Micaopy' w ooi*
ejted w it the firmfErB 0. Ch itty
AS viW vlt tor ,t'ainesvil yes.
^"t'0ter-ay lie was accompanied" by 16Mis
pll Kl-pIre"s. h opnlar young ri.
tlner %or that entcerpruing firm.
e: U. Fower ansd A. Mills, t'w oft
the re^prciseltasre citizens of XLeno

hs. They report t"hat : tihe.aaw- 'inill
*Ai turpentine plants of that section
S Sye t present doing a. good business
.a that: the labor is easily tad to kee,

hef handsome two-story reaidtene



E W. Shands,-whiah ia being e.iot
In Tt'. Gaineville, hat begun ta
s ome p-oportions, the framing'being
Ovflnp, said the carpenters will soon
^p omense the weatherboarding ol thu
sK ne, hen finished it will be ona
4 hei prettiest buildings of that' so

Si9 '0 ewberry, one of 'the enter

H^gh Spelttge, was a business visito
to Gaineville yesterday. He say
the new school building fbr tha
icBt| hlh he has the contract fo
.in +*, "s about -been, complete
m w4 .il 'eoeive the ilnishing 'toohe
bthel let o.fnext month. .


e. 8. ~ ker, president of th
4Ifida Seaiar..ry of 8utherland, wa
the iy for a short tme tSatw
Ito( e was on -oout to Jasper, where
t delivered the ommenoement sex
of the Jper Normal Institut

t0rm nt closed a .most proi
too ox* bt s hle hopes to d
'tt ^neo year; Satherland.:
tcellentheatlthfa loto*, th

A' i,110'3'
^ gi'"9 mo"9


| rM W)a^ttf, whoas been bab;ent Q 4 t 4ront* 0i ,
for:the i0et0 vera mo ts at a 'there/ ,ofOO .I.~ 4
land, .ha r srned 4 o b bhome, thi n1 Is, e00 6 0
city. Whie away she w#h employed or he furyrstc~t thie l p
~as mtro~ ofo thte s.coa that place pourt to eio e in ohpt
m Terhasnt. n of . nra rn r*yet0a0y.1 aytht hrOt o to 4 City Ywh ore 'l
*the merchant of that thriving *ectipn jpqnd i verevt days i aling drtivs
Share doing well and thlt he hopes the and friend'
waveofpropetnu. proprt of
P. Ormonid of Campi(lle was Oala :<'e9' one of the beQt conduct h
the city yesterday. H'ile has thecon- e4'dhotel ri 4e Stat0,iS her: looking a
tract to get out all the: ples tforthe ate ls ext9sive", bhne ss ,aiteret
neow electric light comp anyd:td' el ] : : ,.: s:-a.:..vil
here for the purpose of eonterringwih iMrs .e. Dow pased tbugh the
Superintendent .Doig in reen to city yesterday on route o her home a
the matter. gh .prin.s. She has 'for the past
L, 0. Hester of Willistoonwas In the sev eral cays beeenf viititngrelaivean4d
city yesterday, having come up for the friends at fHawhrn.. b
purpose of having some dnt.~ ~work . a.loway, formerly of the a
done byDr. J. H. Pieo H s tr ein but now located
that the trackers a bot through Wd,iin the city. a wit.- n
with their cucumber crop In that Psee- noss before this sesslonuof the ir
tion and that tihe growers came Qout 1and0 ishre to' at end th same. .
right considering the bad season thly T j. w
bave had to contend with.t. 1 r o^wasfo me7any oyeigrhs3
J.P'ot We.rwada '.^ Dafil* him Sprlngs, was in the city yesterday. He I
Rev 'W.~. 4,Fostero oAlahu Paid p : will shortly engage p businvass in Val-
the city a visit yester4y., ;*: dostas, to which point he has recently
Mrs .'.Pa4geOt of Paradise wa. moved. .
shoppingin the ty d . Rogers of High Springs was
Mrs. 'Amanda Gasins of author visitor to the "elsty yesthrdiy;, ,He is r
was.aniong the ]atge n 0nber of visit- numbered among the saloon men and .i
.ors to aineaville yes.erd.. I c.ame here to onfer with. his. att.
Pr.' r: ..olson~ i having severl neys in reference to the wet and dry a
Improvements made on him dwelling in question. -
the western' sectn of the city,. F. M. Olyatt, the railroad agent, o.c
SMirs. Thurmu Kelly of ochelle is truck grower and general merchantof 4
In he ocity on' visit to her :pents, thatthrivigburg, Olyt, was a visitor o
Mt. ,and Mrs. oplly. he will remain to the cit.y yeterday. He says that
heoe for severalday..,:. .:: '::" .. the cantaloupe crop of that section '
v. W. 0. Wambolt, after 'lig Uh lnot be a large asf orinerly.
hii regular appointment at Igli H, Osteezq of Cow Creek is in the f
Springs~ passed" through Gaine~ie city. e says that the. artners of his h
yestlerday en route to his home at section are badly i need of rain and h
Jattcnville.. ':.. .unless they are favored with this ar.
.r P, 0 .oo, aftur a brief visit to t ole.st '-n ea datethe oorn rop in
his famil in thisoty, departed yes- that section will b ae enire failure a
te4ay for elr' Taylor county, where .' 3.. W.English of Taoma wasa a via t
he goes to look after his extensive bus- itor to Gaihef ille uaay. 'He t
Iness aiterests, oieB of the prospeiro tiokersof .that
0. E ar th. efloent ity mar- section and has: realized very hand
shal 0o the town, High Springs, was 'sormely off of hais vegetables consider-
among the vtors to tihe city yster- ing the bad season that the truckers
day, He camte'for thepurputie of ad- have had to contend with, i
jsing saone taxes for that tow. F. A. Warner, repreasenting the In
Mrs. W. C. Bevillle of Arrelondo dustrial Record Company of Jackson- ,
was among the shoppers to the city vllei .is in the city and paid this office
yterday 'While here shealsovisited a'fraternal visit. HIS paper is devoted v
iendadhasa large number lt th u ine
are always glad to meet h be. phatend lumber bu of Florida
J Owens who r the past and.Georgia, and is the only paper of
S en. who hafor th past it knd pblishedn.the Southern
several months been employed in. 'the Staes, Its information is always re-
Merchants saloon of this cIty:,dearted. liable, and it should receive the hearty .
yesterday for his home n Oamden,. S. uppofall business men engaged in
0., where he will in future eide. this line.
C ,E. Melton, one of the members of rom TAhured.,'s Daily .Sun:
the saw mill business oAis Ml- r Wm herland of high Springs
heion, His i oant
, terday, H i mt .(has a.aacit- of. wasin the clty yesterday.
about 70,000 a of I, .Hilliard of Bell was among r
about70.L000 feet per day andhe is kept thevisitO to the city yesterday.
s busy fllingorders.t th -toG a. I h.
W ,alte o-r t run, L. J. Knight, Justice of the peace
ter l, ho i at present run- from the LaOrosse section, is in the
ing oo drink andonfecionery oity, being sum moned here a a itness
stand at Mioanopy, was among the before the special terof cou
visitors to the Oentral Oity yesterday. th
He reports his business thrifty and Mr.J. Allen, who habeen spend- i
* says that the warm weather has great- Iug several days in the oity''viitiug i
Sly increased the sales of ice. relativeS and friends, returned to her
J. G. Sherouse,.one of the prosper- home ln> acksonville yesterday. e
Sou truckerW of the Mioanopy section, A. E.Summners of High Springs was d
Swas amongthevisitors to thee- in the city es in e.city yesterday, 'The iCe plant .
e terday. He says that the dry weather now being installed atthat point is ex-
* has greatly interfered with the vege, pected to be in operation' by August i.
table growers of thatsectio.n and that An addition just fnished to the
- the crops will fal far short of the av- Howard houae in East 'Gainesville im
f erage, ., proveihe appearance of the property
r J. M. Bryan, who. was for several besidesenlarging their room to a con-
* years one of the residents of this coun- asderabl extent,


t ty and a prosperous grower of the For- O0 L. Feaster, one of the leading .
r eat. Grove section, was in the city yea- meroalants of Micanopy, was a visitor
d terday.. He._has recently moved to here ytteorday. He' was summned i
* Luraville, i ~'uwanneq county, where as one ofthe juror- .but owing to other
he has a large farm of several hundred pre stigbusihess was exouped. l
e acres, and reports fine success in his' n.h sidewwalk IU now being placed
Is new field oflal~r,. a*a" the" roper of tWR, Steoker,
r- Geo. Lynne, representing the Inter, near oak grove When completed
re national Correopondence School, is in It will ptove of great convenience to
r- theoty in the interest o :f his ollege. the traveUlg public. that .pas that
e They make a apeoility of training me W
'e chan"o, bookkeepers and al ola sea The was an interesting meeting of
- for higher positions in their lines and the P.. S0 of A. at their ea.mp in the
lo the remarkable business done by him 3roe block last night, t, whioh a
ia here show that hi school Wit-.have a large uwiber of t members were
he large number "of audents from this' prepna. This young ,order is hfat '
h, seotion of the State. Among his lit auosaa to ithe f rt a Qainerille, i
14 are some of the leadIng citizens of new xn mbers eo abig in at every 1
Galnesville. m e ng. J
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55.:'n rethe apandl. n-elink ease.
' ,tip saiey of 'ewb r' li i' th
ety at~ding thg' spea o esei. of
rt 'le is awitnes in several
r nnteases n thLt *L come up at tbis

. lion of iague is in the o.mty
ie g( relatives aiAnd meeting his'
argee'aner of f riends.-k While here
Sbad hlei amie enrolled upon the-
bir..iption isot The Sun.: *:t:
Ir 1., SPar an, one of the pfomi-
ente bsines ..en w-of Lake Butler, is
a th city aeesing his large number
t riendit and acquaintances. lHe
inl return to thit place today.
Ohrda are out annoutneing the cele-
ration of thu goldeai wedding of 1ev.
id Mrs. 0. Ley, which happy event.
~il o.Kur' h-f ir residence in Mic:a-
opy, July 4the frm4 tor7 p. O
ors. M. A.. dreihas aind two 'Sons,
hn agnd lenry, 'arrived in the city
este rday, and will make this their fu-
ore home. They have rented the Mc-
Ivaine cottage on Arredondo street.
P. A. Vainmes oe of the s ubstantialt
lantern of the Hawthorn secti oT was.
visitor to Gainesville yesterday.
While hereohecalled at thisaofilce and
ehewed his subscription to Ala;hUa's
amiiary. '' .
T. A. King of Orange Heights was
mong the many visitors 'to Gaines .
11ie yesterday. He says that the
ropes around his-section were. greatly
atmasged by the rain and wind there
n Tuesday night.
3. S. Oawtbon of" Newberry was
iong the visitors to the Central Oity'
Wednesday. He has just returned
rom A trip of several days to his old
ome in Georgia and reports having
ad a pleasant time.
W. W. Holt of Hague is in the city
attending court. He says that the
ruckers are now busy with their can-


'r$^wind 'end" rain At9oan ltQ '

twothe Aropsiof'that'etion.i ,
Reports reei6edt fr4m that1seed
yesterday were to Nthe ei) ot th41
large per cent of the c Aorn roptsRn
ed by being blown down,Q Ms tivAt ml:
low places it is thought :he 6tton wil
also stuffer. .
The 'people have all ha flneaprok*.i
pets for good crops-in that s-ction n~-
til this disaster, which will Ilrgeety In-:
terfere with their yield. "
..'Many of til residents o. that seoo i
tion thonght.' that ai cloud burst hI i
-a.uk. themf.on.ithed .wnpo.r-of rai..
PARTY AT FARREDOND.QO.
The Home of" 6apt.an.d Mrs. Torbert
the Scene. of Gaiety. i '
Arredondo. 'Ju 10.-The beantitful
Shome of Oapt ad' Mrs. A',1 W. *. T';10
'bert was. the .scene of gaiety o "une'O
5th, the occasion. being a dance givpe', "
to'their numerous friend" .'.. ..
This was one .oft.i ..greatestoa.'
"events of the season and' wasthorougl'
ly enjoyed by.al whlo were presents
The rooms were beautifully decorat-
S.ed with evergreens and' r0 ea.,. Musie
and dancing were indulged. in until
about 11 ;80 o'clock, when delicious re
freshments of ice eream and eake were
served, after whichthe dancing was re -
sumed.
There. were friends present from.
Morri ton, High Springs, Ga neaville.
Palmer, Wacahoota, Kanataha, Ar-
redonlo and Rocky Point. .Long a .
ter, midnight thSe guests i'ectatitly
bade their host and hostess a(dieu: ands
all declare ..that they had spent a most
enjoyable evening .


aloupe crops, whieh have just begun to Life. ,
nove. The largest 'shipper from that' The poet's exclamation: "0 Life. I
ection this season is J. B. Dell, Jr. feel thee bounding through my veinW,
TIom Nipper of Cedar Key is in the is a joyous one. Persons that can
Iby attending circuit court. It will rarely or never make it, in honesty t.
ie remembered that he had some diffi- themselves, are among the most unI- '
Wlty at Newberry several months fortunate. Theydo not live, but exist';
inoe. n which he was seriously cut, for to live implies more lha to be, To
od it is this case that brings him here. live is to be well and strong-to arise
W, G. Shehee, Sr., of Higlj Sprrngs -feeling equal to the ordinary duties of .
vas in the city yesterday..." He has re- the diynd to retire not,overcome .by
them"-'t feel life bounding in' 'the
gently disposed of his business at that veins, A medicine that inas made
place ow:ng to hiscontinued ill health.. medicine that as made
thousaudi.of people, meek and women,
He:expects to shortly take a trip on we ad people, hamen acc omplihedn a
1ha 'ast in the hope of benefiting his W d strong, has accomplished
health. great work, bestowing the richest
I4c.ssings, and that medicine is. Ho0d's
Capt. H. C. Parker, one of the lead- The w
ngmerchants of the LaOrosse section, or debilitated from any cahu
was. visitor to Gainesville yesterday. not a. to take it. it o thoul
e says that that section was favored oleiystem, change It eids up t
wh. a good rain on last Tuesday, life d makes life more abounding,
Whihi will greatly help the corn and We are glad to say these wbounding.i
cotton. We areglad tosay the e oida in its
. a ak of Arredodo wafavor to the readers of our columns.
.A. S."'DDialynski of Arredondo was
In the city yesterday purchasing sup- State Encampment
plies for his poultry farm that he has Now that the Florida, Legislature
established at that point. He now has has made an appr4tpation 'for the
two incubators set and -expects to put Florida State Troops adequate for an
n operation two more within the next enoCImpment, the offlee0 of that or-
ew days. -ganliation are soon to turn their at-
Lumber has been placed on the tention to the selection of a plee .for
round for the erection of the resi- a camp of instruction for the summer.
lence of W. P. Carter. The building Gen. Foster was asked in Tallahas.ee
will be located on the King property on Friday what inducements were : "
and will be in keeping with the large be offend by the various towns of itI I .
number of residences built in that State for the 'enoampmelnt. He i'.
section during the past .year. plied that the inducements Would be
E. C. Chitty, member of thefirm of in thee shape of facilities for the corm-
Chitty & Son, Mioanopy, was among fort and convenience of the soldiers
the business visitors to Gainesville yes- and for arrangements for the sanistry
terday. The trucker g in his section conditions of the camp. Referring to
are busy now 'shipping their melon faetlities for a modern, camp, Geon. F
crops, and when this is gathered about ter stressed the necessity for a eo
11, the truck wil be forwarded.. pletesystem of water works and mam
Congressman R. W. Davs. aceom abudnt supply of good water. Thles
panie by Mrs. Davis, of Palatka, ar ere4 abltely .neswTol me :
in the oity and stopping at the Brown Unio.
HouSie. OoL. Davis has been engaged :Heavy.Wind arid in at Sink.
in one of the criminal cases to come001'up usay afternoon Alaeh Sink w
at this term of court and is hoe for vited by terr w
the purpose of looking after his client. storm^ whih" lasted for ,,eve'ame .iA -
R, L. avis of Alachua is in Gaite .es. It is said thatie dam n
milel yesterday brought to this coore of constrtetion" am nto la
ofice .a.nmple o some ot-f the string was damaged a great eal by she h
beant grown in h.l garden th is season. waves whi rolled over tb. ,s k
they were leven n gently completed. The-- cort y ra .
Mr. .Daqi"ays that they pou wll of the work tll s
teeach bitl omly few tws bey teazc of about Stiy
-essar to rdue all that -its a ....be. pte .. e I
alc colt.ee t. otthe.

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