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 18, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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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: VID01905
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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1senaars a 20 depuUties, headed by People ii Lili ats In' fmilte, drowned, as Wo w the fmi* Dense ,Pa A. oU '
Oltleut ts8eaois Of the praidents of tht two house., left alW of Jamesi Jones aid Henry Blair. T
of ^Belane by apecal4 train last night toj '1lrp. ^ I The barn of Dr. Swineburne and th. th St ud.
VELty Of VirgiSniT Ior iKg Peter f ls tion to big lUery stables of Whytea & Mea IRST MAN TO R c.H IIARUM
te thorne. iThe Ofloerps who have BODIES SWEPT DOWN ANYON. dow r were entirely destroyed. I. J.
QRtO SEAT OF LEARNING. bean appointed to attend the kin ,- rnwrth and aperlsp OOtese' Tet.f- .. "t "-tt Wth'
hasevei Third Pes t I o hwent -on the t n roe terrain. -Cubur Descend t 4aanche a owneseN at Dw 4 n
el Third Pidnt I The deputatt onis expOeted to return -Uon Doomed Town L4otina the portion of Heppner wa l ettroyed. b ~ at Corner of CoQrthou4~ Yard Teh
nlverlty of Whih Thos e here wIth the kihn ol-Monday or Tues h the -businese houses belsh on higher S.condo Befor- hotts Wer, Piroc .
ion W seFoundsr- ciaITrain 4 nit. | .... aground and built ot brick and stone, wI...h tii..4'th .t ... .
asT dr-che chamber met at 10 o'clock this L.avlng Death in Its W~. were not o bn4. .am. ed. Thae tWhih Kl t Attorniy. .
Bied PinAdent ,From Wnehlngtoamrnig a aen ....dfrtepr '
ldt From Whnto m g nd aour for th pTr. .hoolhouse and tottvirll. Va. + Jne It-Wh of o ing to the cathedrtl where Nrtia ..., Jit 1*u-'n-e s stand on th iAty Vlri today enterta seot thankgivIng serve, inc ca to The roun troi one, Or,. ed, u two churclie the Methodist amp here and greatly apprlate the
epe nt o* the Vntt tn -g a T oxMea was celebrated say: a "nd Preebyterlq, wee completely. effort of the press, olierl s and
ltyy the attdent f ~itraordf rv-atok of l terest. weiti Davild McAtee, a batiets man .o wreckd. qther to rtise funds, to secure them
seato teltarting prftld shown by the majortiy of tie peop le Heppner, whose reanldeGa i above 'ArArothde the depot the liang witte? home. Contributions ore comia -
a th te events arising t -. the revo o 1pue, was an eye-w~taNY of the left great heaps of drlstwoOd piled from all points of Kentucky and other -
on of the oresident- a vi I lution. the notice 1ted- by tlbMA, disater In copay 4"t h rtnik higher thhan the. roof 0 the stattn. 'tatest. Captain- IWen i 4 he would
tchile retldthanisuIbl e in pol AuthoritlWe ter4a y callig pauding, he left Hflppte about and the resulni partlM were forced not rebuil. in Jacitaet, os he It that
tht o e thi nltiveralty, Ki hi thabitants to- tcorte their 1080 o'lockloc Sunday nitg on horse. to demolish the pyra id. withth dy a' nitheir his property uar hta lifoe would
E t of the unilrvidety, houses in honor of the w inw ha b be. mi: te -i order to extricate perbo6w wrho be isaFe theq Th e rqare apprehe '
ty hi by no meat s has a fea lrJ &pp aeo. Wa of Water Dedred VWn "e wre card by te ,tg . ..yse .sor wil he.
i, Wohosee rmin loe quit h ... ...at z last night were not "OS .day afternooiW said Mrw rshin g 4 water woe tie v.. y, t laneby camp, ai atrsnootermwsl hs .be
0l4olleont He led P brillutt military bnd Ithed )tee "there t 4 bee a very cshyon Stiw with DesTIh lug oia for l -rmoia to Lnii 0U
a ss. through, the -town playing ively airs, in rsotorm acotwl4d Wt h % nf e rd, e. .t u s, e ,
N but- ao heavy- rain soou cleared the sucfth wipt a1nd iigbtftif wlas e to- find- the dead, who are un-i thte today, I- WMadisWnfnh r cot
r t s ,.. n ,ing o ,Ie oand atIrown o h con. Wh pu1 -t convened this ornt .ta
.Miontenegrins Rejoict- M x Dapproached t.e t'O.p o veray able mn from-ftwo a radius o8 the doemso-pl ed rt. .M Zab ,
C*e *"*/^o '/ tte Montenegro, June hthe at i ay en pr .o into a sa rL ate
tith e gr tes, aI ". id, a a of at r w Ot ebr ro k s a d U wh h d t, a t he aw et n th walk a
ly. Salu tes were f rel bells were timbs o it crest -d tearing .eoncealed in th- debrisa Owi to .He .wont directly: y o Maroum 1and tusue
rung and 14,n-ca parade -te town, sery rock- from ,t. foUm.dition. this -the- entire absence of proper faclitt!es ed -to carry him across the etfle* bfta.
ler.,, -'which was beflagged and iluinat- twrIfic stop struck ethe or part o foraring forthe dad, the vc h oice w ed
dd. tri-n4e Nicholas made -a speehb tae town first.' The a r1 ence of the flood wore for-the most part to-later 4 Comnonw*alth'u 1Mto ifl
to ant immense rowd, extolling the 'tomas How;d was the sA ret to fl], terrd inA comme on -.rateso .tre, ..cro.ezo".rn.intt4 a h, but

DMa~e tmite condemaingl the manner In :w drowned. as ,as~so Kuhe 4ceed to IIeppner as soon as ipos.lie, net placedd on t-h stau4 ancd ......
-th-a time Aon deasing o oft the ner a d nd ws also tie ease In A wrecking train with gRnso of xme rpborated the statements of lr. Z4sb1
'Io. ertoof hese lous were- dur --relr bth the-tvraig- and te-ttet w"out.reaperU
'Voblo the'graph wirs letft thi ionmr last k* n ihtt onuy Judge- an amst s rp ti.
PFATH ECV8- WOUND. The house of A4a Hmek WaM exp omm0 oJe d t!etptdt
I- entirely demolished. 'e p wh ch1 .s with g-ngs of men to repair both tle the :arlis faction, 45 -41 I
\ Attempted Elopement I Iln.Follow tel :w th fit ulnto t trucks -and telegraph wires. loft titl l stated that he was inside his st
ere aed by E hop oting, l te,, and talthe gufstb ste n weaved It to expected that cmnl. When Marum was killed e sW
OOVE ** brfllle0 by Shoun g -n n a, nd al to gel e saved stUon witu Lexington, 17 mIle Wht walk out of the courthou dtf
.Nn oe tI~un~ri~t1 i l:, drown
at Bone ond, 4 miles west of here, tel were blown ot ito the strt, over, rom HOn- 4.nr wi hl e, fistr eare a whe the firs wa tha e. d
d have enjoyed the hos- John Hogan; a prominent fu molr 91 tJrno and wracked4 The teatdencd tod e n IbardAth Dalls train aYtx, whi Itbo firr tshotwas fired.
in truly southern iaist.n- this county, received a painfTh If not of C. A, 8ha was Carrtiut aw*, and com-tsix t irlaed n Ure P aw we-rd tch f-rso t o hfth door
warm welcomes they re- ftal, piatol shot wound At the ands the entire family,1 conist vlayg of s t o 't, o o trk .nud a tr nof s MW piotch soa .treu ya.
uplicated today to Pros-. of *Jake Nazeyy wifto an three uiuhters and Alaet mtal o rt iDi nd another of aix nla. I then dow hrumriI fl%
it. The preuidenfgupe- TMh waA the culminStlon of a trouz Aki, a pusIn, were lost. Th h, ftwta n ry r and hme to te door urd. w re
3l today from Ins e ble that has been A )xiating between ban wag ae04 in Portland eing supplies to cre for the ti ad Judge anton approach the #.. *
o'clock a. m. hTe Mon- these patties for about a year. -Some the Masonie convwotion, C-' Rs wounded4 there is also-a car of pro.* wai. I saw Ourt Jett apsro $n
were on guard at .the time last fall Thomas Marshall sale tol.d, who zs houe was completely vic o M os the tredy.; Af 1
B pt back the crowd thlat Mr. HdRbsaD' 1t:y ,ear-old da:ughtr and st d', Ws ;'aco t absnat wit Mi -t: -htht |, .d tr l ,a.'. .os Dr.,,
Sto see' the distinguIsh. started (or rwinvlle to get married, he in Fortland, and heis wie, HRQ OF,. HEPPNKR FLOOD. pr9ehoing biout lthr time .t1 Sept
tlors have been pour- d They were overtaken, however, bf baby were rwnedo The body of at ok p --- ed to tt w frd i ...e .
Sty- since yesterday, and Mr. Hoeta and his friends andt the Mrs. i.deld i amons tle reevtered.S t t b k pd Wrn to to e ." Danger. -
s and, teams were .t girlrt ws tln away fromt youltg Mar a r .-...I -
noa g ...hit all; *able wan otlyprevented"'.0. Q t"e- elfenci war s Sta '% Was ,, Ju 17. P(-PEDSPORTS SV-R:sif*', ....
B nE w a.h ee e r4 o! "ti- A7rrstIto R t iaetew 4inte WsI fontIm eta r t- ':
romws cte.-- r e n r io a l rtiI

telt a r pevz. o t*WE, S and IS04teu watas whe t esio oWA ** three n a two wiaetth lone Ieppuw i0,0r se- t
relse, sE a. o....d it hen Sr1. fs sa Mashl $ -o o fial Otor J it4 4 t t f a
univ fw,:rlfl.t45 wl nt00t0 ". ...w agr n- ui t rs bot V f* 4S*t$tat 01
ante weloomuea the pro. 16 ho -as a t ing d of Marshall, tiuartats of a ,aoo When reache4f rue of toe btIsII anri b ton $itWIOU The #5 i4.iatosoft*t.Dr.sti
sllg"e style" The d are hispislAtol: by eun.s they that ta boI$w tora away but ther werto, t1r the b reld "h
Pthe alumnn association n seeinla this, let g sArshali b C 1a tWo and ',. ia r o oved atse their fu day spor at b.
atalon the progr am. w ts .w knocked Nasary downu. iw"e, iM stf Ags fl' Itse p to his b o nk te' .. ...1 the IS top th
udgo W. ordon lbert. lately fred :upon hi m .- shot bi. h n; r wip sopo the rog *ne "The ,pe: h anita. bulltlurl wonere p es te4
and wasto have been' three tImes, osai$ ewe bullet )t, KeOag Mer trot )lppig #k 1pad e-t thfbe I*tflAitg op rc.-d aro. 'oatt 4y soh
y I srdhsJs below toevre thigh L Ayes w r viafng l t f ta folrteAVie* t ud tth# sd hasw r6ef 0I,
toad by Dr. Waltond Mohir@, Viw..andaes ssnw Minere warown o s the sasleten o the su**pofnigasa bead -t
vitugendrrs then, In 1 Murde rye o U fth StIIoglumstr s &&4'.- his ud # An fMot a drtIDll. to tmockanid worO ..,-


large crowd it- t 'tbe dItpiia 54' M*. IAPW ous t*~M#i kf$blo onwnfrs -jyr;
tI0 we" A e
a l bof *i od
tOuilspd at noo.ooo.ooo1 'Ohio , . !. roo itn su .l i*bfl . 41) wire 001Ev 9% fp tO ^ k. ( J
a saa oooon morning wiibr 'Thomas' Mao, VilteN 0* mesavg teier Irve by *Iha#18 4* Use msavtelsmes pret.re fo
Jan 17.-Pafpers prepared Morris ad Chan dler, te negres t. A e Welms gth:y twd "ttel M.tidlr, a flbun ianna we g
Sla14t in Wyoming of th echarted with atsuitaig xad mobbtiwer Vtes lost, 'a4* bma wee ttt4 the her* f the 4n Whae te I400 __ I
usisha and Monterey ratl John Parrow t itH were take It away. With e I redde. went tet am e iat A boeeat ah
$at lSO0,OOO. Tbhe prowmoIs Maylfe, Iyt, for trial. Whior the hosea. t Gwg Swerk Mr.] reds at heseaeb qspe 4. -
7y Y rts ot DVnverj. Robinson n s*a Awepeided y #&o* *Wt: tire sn e mist .,ti the rsqt na. 't I W I .
^B^omor hO ven from laculavlife, C.10gi as sa- sod r e ht ela
valuable coaceethne Madd pod, the troops *It$S R,h iK. a RO#*.31BtI f: *-ga flig*rl4d ,0 P#y44 sat tan e stIes b"* H' It. **
bMalat i buimlnag the kt o a well as their sie ae. u. d wee fut 4 t bed to *vr uh sat st
RAo Ormade RTrl"roa sad T from Vramkfoht s IAtal* ant M. Mary, a mrta$pi oda4. 18 Iti '
obmfAnlY. whichl reeat are ip afitnag at MWapsvIe s .that Wi ,s ted ails, bleS a hatp *1st aG Site i t lS ( was C ae rthlwt sad 1
pitsa) is st an one W eveut Wlyrwhles whe the eourt set, )e a tut inmplete artwsa eryth> trsvt. b he t he c Et*.4w n e test tM M. an4t Wet the 0 e0, flf* e mt*
'Not complt 4d
1 4 a.b nw0 o0. rart iens 5l4$ W4$te bill e tw a It k liral day have
l0. g bOesd 1 0*c*.: o t sat
adop- fsaefyt VJait Cherlstr:oldeU% Vdt ast (se tau e fierp r1w>sp o .s;.*Mb
4 tatm toneVeit it t here at, 0 SO ibis inor t0oheASes of Mr. toyd asS Bosh OuieI bMWe
on a special train over rhB tes was else tq* setroyn astth^ *: Seat, flae W tm** -a ase
^ ^ teeth mrs r 1ilway foe rtt. t*5flB 0 D$se heat ys. p s s t4 -. B r* $ P'
**4 Srflrd cto Winje Ia o s th~ tS& 1**9st em sww si 4 ,
.S1W 1 i it *n a % trmeJ o .a t r e .s........ 41. .W.a. .. .
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I.tif thi e 8t*t e:re r o'rsent
,or


1, f 4kod at 'This Meetiu'

wh W e6ieEnc ragin
ic"ext ox tlng Flac,
"0 omnamissloners :andi
6 *if Wittionl Was called to
19t0 J A(ttt0 c'look Wednesday
| resident .'. W. Long of
te~iNIP6l#tl.t 4
k. stry Wh4te.of Duval called the
nl t11e ollowing delegates an-

rilfenst,, W. Long, Martel, Ma-
| iot tulity; Seretary, J.. W. White,
'T:o:iv w"D.uval county; Esucam
blisJ1tk'G. Welch, W. A. Sholby, J,.
W.(i.rton,6 M,' O, Baggttt; Duval-
A, 8. Mau Leon--E. C0, Smith;
i tlter, .O~ovilU, Preston Oaiathur'r;:,
:Santa ,& OsT ,. We t; M.ario.n-
lan R*ger, E. L, Waterman O'range
**. H..H icksonr,1 K. Fullern.' ,W.
f Cide, A. G. Branham; Oitrus-".J. 8.
van tss; Madison-3.. 0. 1Harrell, F.:
J.K J, !^effoobat p' iHllborough-B', 1Y.
rph:: T!y lor.-. 3J,. tethea; Mfan.
: tee- Wy'att M. o0. ayvis, 8. o.
o win ;-' N s a-W. F. Sotht; Co.
hunmbla',-C P" Rumph; Pautnarn-T. .T,
6ogers ILak0-Thos. 0Brewor,,'D. *1.
e; Alaoh-lit F. Thomas,,P. G;
ham^tay, $, f, Da'mpior, E. L. ohn-
0so14A t'klt 0 .rson1 J3. Carpenter,
S A, M. Willis of Levy and
; ?'\, ,!$lihh of Alacbh were accord-
r4the uteoy l'f a voloe In the meet-

Aftr. tho, reading of the minutes,

and the approval of same, Preside.nt
0L g made Jhls annual address, whtch
wasas followed "
"Goentlemen of the County 0ommita
stoners and Oood Roads Assocltatp of
Flrida .: : : . .
in" adcordanoe with the universal
eOtiom of all organized bodies, as your
S ex"o tive head, I hereby submit for,
:- consideration a brief report of-
i my oTiial acts sInce the adjournment
of out'last convention.
S "There belng no provlslonls made by
,". 'the oonventlon'to etilarge upon .iti ao.
tion ,and to promulgate the samoe
throughout the'State, 1 prepared an
address 'to the people of Florida, eo-
S peially to the several Boards of Coun-
S ty Commilssioners,. Boards of Trade,
Good Roads Assoolations and other
business organizations of Florida, and
the members of cur Legislature and
our representatives in Qongress, in.
1, which I elaborated and stressed the
necessity, feaSibility and utility of
suoh legislation as was recommended
by your association, I hadthree hun,
dried copies printed and mailed a copy
to each organization and persons to
.-whom it was addressed; and In addi.
S ton called a copy to the Prosident of
the United 8tiates, the Socretary of Ag-
ric.uture, tIhe Diroctor ot Publt Roads
Inquiry, the President of tho Natiional
S and Inter-iinational Good Roads Or-
ganisation and a copy to thirty guo-
ernors of states. In response I recelv-.
ed many leittrii of nconmiedal iltinl ad
Rl" also a reouisitilon from Director Martil
S Dodge for tifty additional copies fot
dIs., tribution. This atd other det eodl<
l neoessitated having one hundred .addi:
!i otoi e. piea printed. HIonA. A.8 Manni
| .:came to my rescue mid did hcroic work
ii visiting ditforont localitIoes of .the
I' State, where ho addreaoed the people
asslembled and tldid all he could I1
f.ormtulating a sentiment .in favor ol
improv.. ed roads. lic also took oha.ge
,. t. the newspaper department and did
C B,,eflciont, service in getting a number
: f :the .Legislatur to committ hieta.
se.lve to work for (good road logila.
L ;'k, +. o.'-_By mutual eTuosent it was dtem.m
.o4- .. that ."enator Mann aa Stah


,rg.aler should call a Good Roadi
0oA '1on to ,aet in TallahaIIe "ur
t, ag' th ,Isvsion of the Logislat+to
? hg W4s done. The atthdancq
was not, large, ut' as 'tmalastlo
k ofto kiudlyIurnt^'ed oveo ita h
for ci te 'el Rtd uti .irring spoei.m0s Oi
the. lhappotate of good roads won


IIlW

And


I Ad 'H B'Y PROMINENT ROAD ADVOCATEi


g a' Great Interest in the Maper rof
ports of Various, Ounties, Many
g--Tamnpa Selected as'the
d Time, Set June, 1904

maite by Senator Mann and cLt'ors to
an attentive audience. Those attend ing
aWAdolegates hell a meeting the. next
(lay arnd agreed upon the outlines of a
good road bill. We th-en secured an
audience with the legislative good
roads committee, which gave us a re-
spctful hearing upon the dif-
ferent points we had agreed
upon to be incorporated in the bill,
indicating that they would stand by
us When the- bill was introduced. I
remained in Tallahassee about a week
aiid left the good roads legislation .inm
charge of Senator Manut. The Wailes-
Beard muddle at that time created
divisions in the minds of the members
f the Legislature and quite a number
being absent on duty as visiting com-
mittees made it an unpropitious time
to seoure legislation In the interest of
even a good cause.
;.4The first of June I learned that the
speaiflc measures we had asked to be
enated pinto law had been killed, and
the outlook Idicated but little being
done. in the interest of good roads. The
average member of the Legislature
acted ais if he believed the enactment
oflawsa authorizing the several Boards
of County Commissloners to levy taxes
that. iwouid be burdensome to their
constituency constituted statesman-
ship, when in fact the then existing
law authorized the levying and collect-
ing of about 11 the taxes they were able
to pay. The relief wanted and needed
wan tore money to Luild good rogds
without additional taxation. Inl the


'midst of personal despondency, I then
wrote an open 'letter to the Legislature
of Florida making an earnest appeal to
them to come to our rescue by the en-
actmeit'of good roads legislation.
"SenatorPeacook's bill then pend-
ing and covering some of the points we
asked for, has since been enacted into
law. Senator MoWilliams' bill author-
izing the levy of three mills tobe used
solely in building good roads iu addi-,
tion to the provisions of the old law
lhas some good features, but the Board
of County Cominissiomers, after leaving
out the provisions for a levy of one ad.
ditlonal mill fur roads, will likely itnd.
it necessary to levy the maximum pro-
vided for except where two or more


counties unite to build a base line
road. The Senate substituted bill for
th0e Parrish bill providing for the divi-
sion of counties into road districts and
for the election biennially of three
r.ad trustees, prescribing their duties
and powers, and lor levying, oollectliig
and disbutring district road taxes, has
been enacted into law and is an ex,
oellent law, it being equitable and
right'that those getting a direct bone-
0it frot an improved road should pay,
more taxes for ita construction than
those who receive' only an indi.
reot benefit. Other good laws were
passed, but as yet I have.not seen them
as finally enacted Into law, While we
havnot reclvoed the support of some
of the nmmbera oft l the4 1 s nature that
we feilt We had a right to expect, aind
'whilWe did not .get what we had
fronm & dltIuterestedt standpoint asked
for, when we take into oonslderation
that ony .about.ntie-thiMd of the sev.
eral Boards of County Oommisstoners
of the Statte had aotivety connected
themselves with our.orgatiaiation, and
that your represtuttatives, before the
Legislature with .a limited support"
'froti yoau, stocd alioit single handed
.In their eltrts, I feel 'that. our efforts
have not been for naught and that as a
wl0e we has, as much as we shouLd. have expected
Si"er th tiromiaanees. 'Thm e mem-

by, Us.it ou effats' tnorier-uase ..the i-.
itilttis to'iupply' th de mand of our
people toi* th i o'ads, are f .o-
ttitd t'ntrliei tui I


'rnoazc.' pi 10w Iow n you Iave but il
CQk ( :no h owP OO'|
AiO 0..' Ar Y.,


"Gbr effortsja^ ia.'(
o Ste relaxed, oult ela ( iI

Pshod.. be fon.l S1 o R[ O....


see t it t'ha. no intn is oionaiate0d WA. We povet these iJptat points and respetful
eleedto the t 4oes ollit a sha of yor bness.
not Etatid flatfooted 6%jI4f and
quotable plotor i th $ers of
good roads.F
"My expenses for pintlhi#, statior-
ery ni(d postage has ,in 1 5, :lo.
l. H Dickson of Urantge, the good Agets for the,.----
roads nestor, seWt me $2, which
recomend be place to' tti redlt of Vieftor f d Lo C'o'
th. d b :e of Orange ociuty. .V o and, i e opa"
'"Gentlemen ofm the invoftioly, with, d 1- -r 1 i r. ( 10t, Q3S. .
thl meeting my ter of ofi e as yos r u The "Victor'" is the best afe made, and parties contemplat-
periesident expires. I have served yu ing the archase f a safe, or atingi that
as such early four years to the .best i from a box to a bank vault, will save .noney
.my ability Yoo0 have overlooked nmy by consuming us. alu l on or address,
mistakes and Ithank :yn for'tho i- on
form courtesy you huve at all.. e O & H, 'UL L
extended to me as your presiding o f 0' trnformiiion cheerfully furnished. QAINESVILTE', FLOPIP
icera nd wi itin year o .come. iook
back upon our association with fee*l- A ir*%.r1^ 1Pr '
inags of pleasure and as a green apot in __ ...' _ a_ _ -______________________
my life.
"IA view of the fact that you have 1' U I


youcngert nien who are competent to
perform the duties :more efficiently
than I, and our organization being on
a solid basis, amR finding the official
chores and responsibilities of the posi-
tion too heavy a tax upon ny time and
puree, I. respectfuli ydecline a re-elec-
tionr. -
"iify interest in your success will
not relax and you may rely upon mep
standing shoulder to shoulder with you
in your efforts to elevate our organiza-
tion upon a higher, broader and more
asefdl. plane. Let uts keep the band
wagon moving, the music playing, the
good roads flag unfurled to the breeze,
and let ts se.o to it that it does not
tall in:' the dust until every locality of
every county of the State has been
supplied with an 'Improved road com-
mensurate with its necessities."
The address was well received, and
al its conclusion President Long re;
deived enthUiiastoi applause.
Settlipig down to business, a motion
was made and carried to the effect
that theosecretary call 1he roll, and
that each county represented name
two proper persons as members of a
good roads and legislative committee,
respectively. The roll was called, and
the committees from the various coun-
ties selected as follows:
Committee on Good. Roads--Marion,
E. L. Waterman; Duval, A. 8. Mann;
Orange, A. G, Branhamn; Putnam, F.
J. Fearnside; Alachua, P. G. aamsey ;
Manatee, S. Q. Coburn; Nassau, W. T.
Waas; Santa Rosa, W. F. Milligan;
Escambia, M. "0. Bhugett; Sumter,
I. E. Wicker; Madison, Dr.. I. H.
Yates; Leon, W. Johnson; -Taylor,
J. M. McGollough; Hillabotoogh, B,
W. Branch; Lake, Thos. Brewer;
Columbia, W, F. Peeler; Citrus, J. Y.


Barnes.
Committee on Legislation-Alachta,
E. L. Jolinson; Marion, John L. Ed-
wards; Duval, F'. J. Hyde; Orange,
11. H. Dicktson; 'Putnam, J. C. Striokli
land; Manatoe, J. 3. Wright; Napsau,
W. F. Scott, SantaRosa, T,.F. West;
Escatr bia, Frank Johiuson, Jr.; Sum-
toer, C. Bevtlle1 Madison, J;. Harold;
Leon, E. 0. Smith; Taylor, J. J.
Betwa; Hli.lbdotugh B. W' ranch;
'tAke, 1). I Bakr; Columbtia, John
Calloway; Citrus, J8.S van 0ess,
President Itong announced that he
would appoint tiou, H I Diekson of
Orlando, chairman of the legislative
committee, and Hon. A. 8. Mann of
Jacksonville,' 0halrmian of th0 good
roads comAnitt. '
Chairmaui Lonag, in behalf of
thle citiena jif Ocala and "Marion
county, eta1iid an invitation to
thoso delegatet 'who t'elt & inlinkd
to go to vi'st Goal's as the guest.
of Marioun ~toitnt for the prpos
of investigiipiig the :orking of the
road machinery how being .eWd by
that county. le asked aHt who ould
go' to rise, and seventeen expressed
the determl'nation by standing. The
delegation will leave this ity tomot-
row,'
Seoretary..Tressurer White made hill
report, showing ove' raf'i, f la.96
was due-hitm for tmey,, adyaneed fpt
postage, etic. Upon motio this report
WVi accepted.
*PAesideitt 11sm; urged pjpou the ae-1
eamOity of the various counite keep-i
ing' t.liei duoes paid ups ;1,e stated
that tie assaoiion hA ben laboring
under a nian il aaroanwatP, and
there was no1 etoenere tc hi. as any
county eoulit. ealyW affoord toppy tie P
)~*rye tra44. White he.,d p'o
idea but tat ;i+ememnbrs Sof' te ip-
t wint. s hglad at i ka
oto ;hen s t* Ui
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At Baltlnmore...............
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Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 81o,pod
Saturdays,*rom Gainesvile. ,,
Train No. 84, Seaboard Expressa drawing ro r Pullman eleeperg bew
Tampa, Jacksonville and N w York, via Richmbnd and Washingt*n.Vs
buled day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Rtihmona$,
dining car service from, Jaeksonville. '..
.No. 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage ahd expressed :l
tween Jacksonvile and Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleepo-
tween Jacksonville and New York.
No. 866connects at Starke for LaOrosse, Alachua, Willeford, Wannee
intermediate pintand and Aroner with Early Bird branch. k
SNos. 56 aind 67, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonvfll4
Steamers for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, TieoA
and ThursdaysBllp. m d
A. MAPDONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksopvile, Vf
-. C. COBB, Ticket Agent, Gainesville.


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Callag at OHAARLE8TON, 0., both ways.
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Clyde New Englandand Southern Linme
Direct Servioe Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
.OPRROVIp E, and All Eastern Points,
'.hg atCharleston both ways.
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Northbound., .... :.., ,.Fom Foot if atherine et., Jacksonville

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topping at Palatha, Ator, St. l Bereford- (DeLand), and Inter$edli
ladigs on S JohnBs itr ier
Steamer O cIT OF JAOKSONVILLE '
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Leave JaskonmtiU8:a p.m. mFSunda, Tuesdays and Thurtay.
.. L ev Saftitord 980 a.a mn. Mondays, W ,edne soa V&S *'LI SOCURU LE i I
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p'T pa ('oun&d. 'Teim
1 a eld Them So.

AS QONEq OF HARD O'LUOK
A.de by Tampa ln"tho' Game.
Afer Gainesville .Had Two,
6wn-Play Ltive Oak Sawyers

1t1e went up against the real
lsAhe met the Orabs of Tam-
oat out easily in the second
.aed there yesterday by. fr
4,to 4,
iettK work of the Gainesville
ra good, as seven base hits dur-
eamte were made, while Cline,
r4y, Staples, Freeman antJ An-
ri* made two.bsggers, and An-
i also added to ,himself by
one three-bagger. .
r'errors were made by .the home
Shile the Tampa contingon t
Almost errorless game, just
itelassing the home- boys for
iat.
h Inning where the Tampa
led up the runs, Gainesville
er(r men down in one, two
t the third was not brought
b had succeeded in scoring.
jump from Tampa to Live
.wiI meet the Sawyers on
aond there this afternoon for
f two games, when they will
ithe elty to practice up ford
oeg ames to start off on the
r erlng that the Oainesvillo
l not played together and that
iha been playing ball -for a
ori ore, the work done thero
SThey succeeded in even
the record of Jacksonwvill and

4 is Last Hope Realized.
wO the Sentinel. Gebo, Mont.]
flrs.t. opening of Oklahoma to
f In 1889, the editor olh4 pa-
|tmong .the many seekers after
Kho made the big race.one fhe
April. During his traveling
ind afterwards his camping upon
t, .he.encouintored much bad
which, together with the severe
ve him a very severe diarrhoea
i eemed almost imltossille to
ind along In J0ne the uase be-1
*bad he expected to die. One
'his neighbors brought him
I bottle of Chamberlain's
era and Diarrhoea Rein-dy
pe. A bi l,4 .given
',was i 'bo itn the
greatly and in a few
dose repeated. The
of the medicine wa s0oon0
within au hour the patient
his first sound sleo for g
ist one little bot l'rwork-
e ,ore. and he Can iot help
oful. 1The season for bow"
ibei~ t rut, ha d suggests
:or sale by all druggistis
o dealers.
Is Toe Out ff,
Tlinnsley, a colored brake-
ied on the A. C. L. tra i
.Bpfft Springs and RohbeUe,.
happened to the misfortune
f his little toes seevered
whehl of an engine. He
:to$ p on the pilot in
on eolne when his foot
ithe front wheel pasedi
had been on the run for
aand was utaseustomed
attempted. The wound I
Pby :Dr. Philfips and tar-
!@negro will be- all rights


plendid Remedy I
pains, rheumatism, lu* i
iatie pains yield to thel
influence, of Bahlard'k
int. ft penetrate to the
one* and being absorbed
d, (s healing rlpertire
.to every IArt o the body
te wOmigd. urfel et Mr,
, t lt' luin oCwntral
an, Tenn., state rbhate
bi 4kaesh e. eo, t .r
epitemfklil A*itpgedy7 w*
without At." ,


toseeh arrived a ,. the
the returns frome
of tre x. Ther*
,*ote mlted t tbhe
no oppOi ekl 10


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tuubs riptl. Ised for ,len..
Lexlinaton, -.June 1.-rI xiugtoA.
ne t. a lKe r'elr iO by asub
ac Dfor Catail whnwe
pro, a burned at ark
soZ. zen' Indicted. to MOak
mass meeting may be calle start
a movement all over the sKti.u r.is
Jadn who r Imbrv a the okly m" h



-e .e .'i .- M ii te.
have rmsosot*? os)prre, flt

garlaes have been killed 'ad *a7i

A nArrot4 en P"0*0,0 C'erge.
-rtd wo iorth1, aiu ,1-a.
Wy wA" .rrste.d t 'Thrkwe oa-
Timx.,- tAodaby tlatt4Vwt Oste nia
Ors* anm w6 a aoge take0 tob 4.
a basa, where l. is MW.it hl lt

.. ... m wA".
The l 10.00.0w, tlbitants of Ciii%*
tala z Omade up t .iteswplang of
man nlcnt ne!,ummdkd t ,tea ..l ua
Ing to tUmbnlan stntirtick, o0n$y 4a*,A
are RuesinenA. lx)x are Amasthss.
l.a ,.o-t Tantar a.d -...rate, "W.
te t it. t is n e rted .ttM tbi e aire
thirty different {^acn aioesd* 4Salseta
po&e. C w sns :. ;


" o.u. : es i : tim tiwr e-ti .t n .w. .
Ott., waqk._-Ttww st. taS! Ie .

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SIVISible my to Health.

Mala ixinisiniblet p ir becom1e inf 44e *
.d wAit the (aid ikrobes i nfr rn t e .'"es and low lands,
7aup Chell a, e y Vtit ta decaying veeta
ble .matter, r. we ..n.conselouly .i.nlae when t th ungs, when
they are tan up by the blood and irculatd thouhout the system
MalHa' lives :-:no warning of its "Oming; no .ediate effects are
-see, and violent syptos apear until the t tute sfferer
completely at the mercy of ihis bden foe. Th itsible enemy may
be following us night and day, but often the first intimatio.n we have of ;
its presuce is a chilly, creepy sensation runniUg over the body,
sometimes followed by a. slight fever, and an always tired, drowsy and
depressed feeling. The blood soon becomes de pyosoned, th pinned
and weakened by the teeming mi l-ps of microbe ",ud germs, and an
irregular, slow circulation is the result. This pndition of the
blood gives iseto innumerable and. .rious troublcs- rrpid liver,
efilargement of the spleen, loss of apetite and feeble digestion, a
pallid or yellow skin, boils, carbuncles, abscesses, indent ulcer
Lo' .,." .- arch .- 6th, 1 an.ptular .and
Vor seveml years I suffered with Chill and ever, scabby 'kin erup
cause by Malaria in my system, aend eadi umer for tion i various -.
several yeara I would relapse. inallymy phyla npre- kinds, are common symptoms of malarla,
icri1bed .s8. s. in all, took three bottles a4 they requestly the health becomes so impaired,
,eitirelfy cured me, and Xhave never been troulblbda. and sauh a lifeless condition etisues that the
coi.pete aud ohrmedleo pe nd rso oses interest in his surroundings aid
highly of S., 8. My parterint batrnes is, ow, tiwr faith.in al human remedies. Malaria, if
S. S. $. or an eran tion of the kin and genrtrumadown allowe" to remain in the system, lays the foun-
condition of his system, and though he hAM taken but dation for other di eases that very often prove
oei bottle, already commences to feel Itbei, fatal permanently wreck the health.
93xWeSt Market St. a OoAPOr. c |y of
93 WestarketSt... L- PO. M aria can only be worked out of the,
system through the blood, and a remedy that can destroy the germs and microbes and.
rcutralize the bad effects of then hope of acure the only hope of a cure, ad th medicine
tihat can accomplish thi is S.& S ., which not only pirges the blood of all morbid, unhealthy
,:atter, but keeps it pure and healthy. It searches out and destroys every trace of Malarial
poison, and keeps the blood in such a vigorous condition that poisonous mattOe of no kind
are allowed to accutinilate, but are promptly expelled froni the system.
During the spring is an opportune time to begin the fight against this invisible enemy,
for the hot, sultry nummner days will cause the germs to multiply and still further impov.
erish the blood and weaken the constitution, and now more than ever the Malaria sutferer
Seeds a good blood purifier and bracing tonic.
-A course of S. S S. at this partictilar season will
relieve you of Malaria and its attendant evils, reinforce
and build up the systeni, purify and strengthneit4e slug-
.1 gish blood and quicken.thlacirculatiou, when the appetite
Sand digestion uinijpruve and tall the vitdl powers rapidly
recuperate under the invigorating toui influence of this
great vegetable remedy. Its freedom from all minerals makes it the ideal remedy in all
Ualarial troubles and perftecty adapted to the. Post delicate constitutions
If you have any syptoms of Malarial poison, wr'ie us aboitit, tand ur Physicians will
take lip your case ansLadvise you. withoutt cliarg-, Book on 10 B.soid Skii Deisess, free.
THE. S .WF r PCC1 ....PA M N.. A, ArAP. A.


TAX!RS OtiitE)
ANl, AL)-
And al, l t,Kterv r e utolr.
lug the redemp*o oor u".
eAmmled ta. crftcaftes
tlr"dodtopv!m~ptly,.


GUARANTEE AND
TRUST COMi PANY
Will stop Inr ret und buy
you a. home. For ,i forimAs.' *
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GEO, W. MOYERS,.
G. (AINIYILLE),;.FLA.,:";^

REAL ESTATE
AND RENTALs.;
li addition to tIlt abo."6 it
bamre dvlwl ,ed to work ra l it 1
tttO ml titans tal ontcSe, and will
be tlhaukrii for any buln0u1s


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44* carrioraIn theacty.
iA ttiolthei d m8-tlatsnos
aiptV, flor 'live *wepip -'-,
oosl ooiumv. 10 Gents a
anid 5 cents wf eabh 4


a, rtising made known

H I 8."l"t '" t I. an'-eljffbt-gge.
U-."pr, -publisbed every Mon.-
i ptj,dmay. and oontatins ill the
Ite week. local. state and geff-,
Ij wb mait led, Ipostage free, to any
WI^'Vais Dt States or Canada, for 01.00
dvSn4/ .oe,
,* rtng bills become due aftet first
Ip'Et of tidvertlsement, unless otherwlae
li jnta p'in t e ct Parties not k'oiwn to,
l t 00eiu*red to pay fwr advertli nin ad-
VIM). AAda. *TH14 DAIIA ,SUN, ,


MORIM' ONISM TODAY.,
.he i expuluin.of Mormnons from the
Germtn Staties nturalily awalkehs some
| otrloslty,as tly iimmon objection to
their religion lis the doctrine of polyg.
S a Itiy, and I_ generally adnlitt4d hat
tby ieithe~~roaohi nor praetiee hits
S: aroptan Oouwntrie,. espeoeilal in
their misltnary work. The 0probaobl
M:iuzs of the$erman aversion to -tor-
4,0onism 1l l i exclusive, cltaracter,.
'eomn ihrohs a close oorpora.

h othMer, rtog'it;e no obligations toft
,lotofldite Inmbers, wN ile i oye c eto
I 911 arlhaI been m

Ioad Ti El, who has boe.n making
tio investigation of Mormon.
,S',By .: ,. ; ". .
o ftar .0 I ctoin judge' from .what I
eit th!e organizationiof tkhe~h or.
n i]s' the mnost nearly perfedo' piece
ooltal mechanism withl i.whih I have
i i in e in con t ot,.
2tii* n Olodted e (anof their whole.
A ation a an army, the re-
and big those at home, and. the
S htg 10orA belg the mintssionar ie in
t ae fid. We 1h Maph, ait hrity,
obi, eo, operating through this mar..
#V4o1'0 social mecalm and, touching,
Ift at a. pMltl, inalmuoh an the
praion erodte tognises no Iletor-
out as exterali to the church, and re
gards oorh and itat ta actually one.,
: This ttru, and the cohesive forge
of M^ormoni~itm is thie fact that the
-Ohurh *is laglly .dooted to business
a'lairs, and Itsa work is really a source
of co-oporation la matters that bring
prtotioal beliefit to thotnieinberi. This
has bedn shown not Qnuly in, the eon-
structlol of roads, Ir gating cantias
9ad other improvements V hloh have
r olqim d.large parts of our western
desertro but al'so in the renairkable
cominerclal organization, :"ioni 0oo
operative Merclintile ..lnit uton,-
1rwhich has been a source of profit In
..various ways to membersof thee chh.
vlien the tlithing system has had buone-
fl.t, for tlithe o'e paid in proidtiof
1i sort and the,: tih.g.btis, .i 1
;teroantilo institutional where the
n.e shares of 1lf eoan aways .be pair-
a h6hpaed dvantageouly.
i :iia niiotorioui that industry, ("thrittf
4, and temperance are ardlnaa virtuee o
0Ko ooisltnm. Even the. ue of obo0
'l i. preacihed against moot .Vgotiousily.
And in t.hes dotrinleft. tihe seed ol
thi: t dtruetlln of polygamy, withh
h unqlttestion.ably lost much of l.'i tsi
ptoiner hold. The woman of thritty
diipoitton 4eo0 that in moioiasm
V",i w ife has the t !!edvid#
*aid. of onoe man n' bul-digtl
p ithe common fortunei, ai th.
Iman seoi that thi husband .f one w.if
ihas but ne family to whooe support
iie must o.ntribute. .Of ou.rse ;Pilyf'
pap t. still practiced to some 0iXinti
ithe proportion of new pluiral ma^r"
lZ,# is tmall, iudA Prof. Ely thinks ii
iirobable thlat "as o t goe on and ias
$e0tIOtion of pieploe row tip .unde-
lt infalenicea of monogamy the .iaotal
t -. ,iin the church an inat plurai
apri:ges will be so sto asIi i 1
a.i)vea to pirove0ut their intodpet
l :UI irtd tel! ./~ "l

iif> .ato ldaltc or ci'ilisd
1tf ei. s iast polylgmy as an e.tllo

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toeg lte the 14ver,. and clarify the
blood. )un down aylsteis benefit par
Loularly and all the usual atti l idng
os vanish jinder tts searchingg ald
torotu ffeetivenes.-. EIior'io tilt.
telisionly iOc. d that it- -i-..nrnied if
t don't ive prfeet satisfy ctioan.
GuaranteBd all druggists.
iHeavy ttaltr ht, it!-nden,.
Now Yo0k. tt 1? Nit stu 15Th
ai so :wet a spell .a0 en kno' n at lit
,s O.l ltthel y'ew. a h,, O the l.o''otn
crr(IIOpondtt of Phe Herald. Theoi
the raifallt for Juiie was 4 t-i, s. Al.
toughtilthe month lIs not yC0ti alft v'r
tbs figures bave alr*tdy ben *iopaascs -
TwareI..Iet-las and' ha-alt ltell- during
ihe last L A d4 Strday Inf Sun.
day' alone benl? g r'sapf'sritlt le mor
than 1l) iit ttt*'. e rt 'r g thl.
*this s Maet !, Itk. willt under
W"tod thBt iilt of nMdoa t-, In the
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6onr~so will 'always be; obnxibOnO" 'Ip trusteiea #: V ty
- '0a9t,- '
** tger -eof r -H-t'
",'in tige4,t 'as ithe illicit sale o# i,:ztie Qr".ht,
whkey is styled, reOW curse '-to d, I wi Yg~, wsIp .
community, and it is pleasitJg to note bA4, was returnAd to ,a MonY,
that, the offlicer.6f the law 1re to hav t '4 6t her ,s$4 en ,44 L,
th' unqiulified'u supior of the good t a from he, bodT.
peoopleof Alachua cOuiy in. ferresting g dentt Roosevelt ,.*1s etvel.i a
out, these deii of tiiquity. I1t Is .th {401 tWon of, Hewews wb0W requested

the al of itoxating liquors tn his Ire with Ruo ia tol.'r et ae
voaeton ofalag ai^ --ietit W.hop Mclloslcey, of Louavll has
isr y th o mrt0 ced the modern d e
(;em. to.t he.ful pernaly ...... !"!ngily indecen!t au4 ebWne
is the doty s to Indulge i s te rore
to escape, .' .- R Admiral hobley-a yn h


The Gain svii.e baseball' team cer. r.- express of Ohia.
taily made a poor bi4gihning. The b re than 150 person attended a
boys sh'old note censeud too se.vre- t^0W diner gives to ewy~appont.
ly, however, for they went up against ed mlaslonarles by. the oPe. yterin
.....ltl e t union01 New York." The gueti ln*
t"eal thng whe they met ie e the 49 mlaslonaiie. wo Wh i'
Tampt Orabs. aboetit to sail for frcigv lande, ir* er and secretarles o the foreignn
Veneiuela has glidedd to call up)n board o miosiolfn arid mlaslpnaorle9 iis
the Philadelphia mint for the coinase tlhts cty on a furlough", 1ost of thl
of 4,)0,000,0060 bolilvar, and has re- missioriarles Will go to their a.eldy by
q8ested-the Unid States government way .o an.Pranesco.'
to facilitate the work of coinage, lia 'tlion Bull i, Clrelevlle, N. T.,
~. -;. :.: ":': grandson of Samuel Bull, who forged
John TaFontldee, city editor of the the chMain stretched a5eost the Hud on
Timesl-Union. i keeping his department lver to prevent the Britsah ,flt fropi
of Florida's leading newspaper up to asndig the river during threvu
thetandard of a metropolitan daily. a dead e wa a leading r.
w""altl t p Eiht sailors Of the CUp defender
alter Stvll conthe.to prove .ianOe have had al hard battle with
his Tampa Tribune, whie)i s without the piltce at New Rotihell. An of.
douit the best daily in all South Flor- fleer attempted to arret oqei of the
ida. -..crew for creating a disturban t the
V" ,x uit. 10' .oi tc-alr- wman's comrades attempteit to seit lin
S atrh Cannot be Cured free, and the policeman oAlled fort
With local applications, as they can- help. When aid arrtved there was a8
not .reah the seat. of the disease. interesting time for a tew minutes
Catarrh is a blood or onstitutional and all' but one of the sitllors made
disease, and in order to cure it you good their -escape, No Milous eamr-
must take internal remedies. Hall's age was done except to the uniforms
'Oatarrh Core ls tken internally, and of thebefat; B-ea *
aots directly on the blood and mucous --.
'surfaces,. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a 1O0 YOU GET UP
iquack meallinh, It. was prescribed by
tie of the bes -py sicians in tlhis l .ou,- WITH A LAME BACK ?
try for years and is a regular preacrip- ba: tle_.--
tiot. It.is composed of the best tonics Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
known, combined with the best blood- --
purifleors acting dir-eotly on tohe ml- Almost everybody who reads the nows-
cous surfaces. The perfect, ombina- papers la sure to knowof the wonderful
tlon of the two ingredients .is what cures made by Dr.
produces sueh wonderful results in Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
cu ring catarrh. Bend for testimoniuls a d 1 the great kidney, liver
free. -4 ,-r j /L and bladdet remedy.
-F. OClHNNSY & Co., Props., Toledo, O. I t lithe greatmedl-
Sold by druggists, price 76t. 1 ) s cal triumph of the nine-
'Hal Family PIs are ithe best. ll tenth century; dis-
-torectl-o Wint No ; P .covered after years of
Treaty WI .Not B Pased. scentf rearch by
of tl t physii Ii till Dr. KWmer,, the emi-
New Ycr.. tunio 17.--The canal .- ent kIdney' and tilad-
treaty wlll not ho plassod by the Co 'm -t l der specialist, "ad is
4o:nblani coriTrs, cpnallecl, to meet on wonderfully s~icessful In promptly curing
Jtiun 20, sis a (1 ir'tld disantch from lame back, kldney,.biadd e, uraio id trou-
,t te t n 1 t Jo w blsa and Bright'a loseae, which is thbe worst
B.o.ta, Colonitla. This Is the con. form of kidney troiible.
onsaui of thoe hbet lnform'd opinion In Dr. Kilmer'a Swamp-Root Is not re-
the republic. Notwithstandlng many ormmended for everything butif youhavekld-
rumori that have -boen sent from the ney, liver or bladder trouble it wll be found
eaptal, the fact riemalna that congress 'eust the remedy ya need. It has been tested
does not dare defy tihe wishes of a In so many way as. in hospital work, in private
majority of the people in the matter pactce .amnithe hip too poor to pur-
F.- ett. he& ol In the matter, chase relief andThas proved so t ucoeasful in
should it be left to a public vote the overy case that polal arangemenit his
ts would, ihow ain overwileiming mar been made by whioh all readersof this paper
jority arntiagotitie to the proposition. who havewri notary tried it, may have a
Ptblie opinion is unanimously against sample botto, asent free by1 mall, also a book
the -ant.i. D'oubtless there will be an telling morbd i t $wadiDnp-Root dand how to
o ffo et on the part of the government to hein ortts yiave ktion r etaddnetroub
it(tt uce ,ngresn to ratify the tr e.ty, offer In thi deatad "ad
ut twa supportt will mot sway the < sand your .soirae l to

Je; , vhi, tion imminent. rot..ir tiftye1 't i9n4 Woelwiht e .ew.
A sure sigtn of approaching revolt dolr iaiea mt .l4dby Id t L ood druggist.
'iandertlots troulel in yTur system is Doni't ikli anyetiit.a, bnlt rmemn-r
tierlvousness, ali oploessnes or tomaeh br the na-me, 8wamin Root, Dr. XKI-
thip et,. blectrio Bititer will quickly mer's 8wanp-Root, and the address
4disanbetr thae t troublesome causemtO Binghanlitv N. Y.t ol every bottle.


SOr Sale bDy Jonsonu ros.. uiaipevllue

PW ^, -WHITB4S CREAM

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For 8ale by Johnsonm Bros., lainesvi ie



ABSTRACT O& R T -OMPA"NY


[RII .o0-poXa-ted.l
E. E. VOYLE, MGR.


Abstracts of. Title and fall information furnished regarding lands in
county, Our manager has lived in this county thirty years- and
Sisthoroughly 'conversant with land titles.


thi~J,


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FIRE, ACCIDENT, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE. Repre-
5se0ting a number of prominent American and English co .lpaies.
REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOANS,
( -a:i-nLe-se-i.Xe = = lo L

TAS. M. GUAHAM, PresideAt Gao,W. HUxDS, Vice-Pred pnt


THlE FIRIST NATIONAL-: BANK


THE ONLY CHARTERED BANK IN ALACOUA CO.
Capital......... ......... .. $50,000 00 ,
Surplus and Undivided Profits... 20,000 00 1
Does ex( lusively a banking business, with taiotlei equal to any bank in the St.ate..
the count. of -aimers, Merohants, Oorporatons. eto. letere al low
by speolal arrangemet. All lsalnesa transacted promptly t
S ._,, 'E..TAYLOR.Oashi


THE


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JOHN D. RINGHAM, Propr.,
Palatka, Fla.

Fine Wines, Liquors and Beer.


Bottle Beer a Specialty.


Mail orders will have prod


attention. Shipment made day order is recei
Write for prices. Goods boxed if. desired


Galn svilA& Guilf ailway COr
THE FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTS


mOF FLOIuDA.
Time Table in effect January 4. 1902.


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Doly No.4. 'o. 2. No. 1. No. 8.
SEi6t Daily Daily, STATIONS. Daily. Dally.
Sundayy . ;

Tv P Mf(tv PM Lv A M Ar. PMAr PM.NP
7 46 .... ........ .. .. ...... ... alrfeld.............. .. ......
7 5 ......... ... ...... ...... vine ........... ........ ........
800 1...... ..... ... ... ... ....... Dut rvan ....... ..... .... t.. t
S0 ..... .. .... .... o th de............ .......
S10 .... .. ........... Hlk aide............. .
16t ........................ La keSI xa nton,.......... ....... 6
S8 0 ........ ..... ........ Mioanopy .......
88 ....... ....... ,... ..' i a. o.yt ,.....
S .... ... .. iw............
8 0^ P. .n......... . I ...., I.... ... welile. .............. .....
S -.0.. .. .. ...... W imhoot. ........... .......
9 5 ooky Potat.................
1b00 6o 8 9.. e lm .. .. 10. A 0 00 $
S7 10 ........ n .... 40
1 20 73 7 17 h 81
13 to IOAr 7 86 .., o Cty 8.. 8 806
"8 10 A B 2 k0e rl But 8. l P 7t ,n,
J....... n *- Ja.OAvile, 4. & SW 600 .. ,B
00 65 1 ....a1n46 1C. .e 1.48 p B s n
1106a.....Valdoee.S. & 9.Of 0 pi 1$V00
1..... .....0 ao 4.0 a Ij lt a e.. ..
A...w. a $li l.... AU" aUU .s.... 0 a ) .

Trais 3ns 8 wM (il not run between Galneeville and fairgeld on 8undA
t BARKER, General upeintendout.
J. LU1p. A gent JAS. M.ASAHAJ;J dN.


gM HillU- id


B1.: 'aWtdyvero and every' f0oril
SMalarIal, Bilitt, Reianttlng and Ite
trouble, works permanent ure,
P. : C T$ '*PER BOTTLE .


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Was Bcn Of
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'*i3 roub,1eeOuday. t
h, % :p,'tem - ;' ', -

Etit, GRO SERFOUI.Y STABBiED 0
he FiJht Occuri'st at a Fe'tl- k
)c." il' and During the "Knotking a
tpres Lucius Jones Uses His
Knife.
Luoials Jones seriously eat and stab*
ibed. Fletoher ~Wado a. Hague on last a
Mifoday night at a church festival be.
Ig held near.'thit ace, and his'
ioupds are considered dangerous..
T'he. two men baeaae involved in a
dispute over soome' trivial rnatter, anid
i t was while they .were at their-mouth t
work that other chimed in, only to
mafke the situation more seri us. .1
SIn the mafx-up which followed Jones I
eUt Wade several times in the back
Sand shoulder before they could be sep. 1
S.. rated. ._ _ _. .,
JUDGE JONES' STRONG CHARGE.
SContract Law Unconatitutlonal.-UrgeI
*': '':.' /:,' *' nvestiaation. . r' f

M' "ontgomery, Alae.. ne. 17.--Judge '
Ti^ .rhoma. G. Jones, of th.e United- ta'tea
I'- cobrt lhas rendered an opinion to the
g ran~d jury now investigating the pe
.,onage rases, declaring that the criml-.
:nal labor contract law passed by the
I legislature in 19Q01. las uncon-
sti. itutlonal and that all persons
connected with any effort to force a
%. person to work out a fine or debt by
C oerclon or imprisonment are liable
"^ to indictment and also that the law
vi olates the fourteehth amendment to
p.'the United States constitution in that
It" denies the equal protection of the
laws *
'The judge's opinion la lengthy. .He
explains peonage and urged a rigid
i:-vetigation.,
COMMISSION MAKES INCREASE.*
SMississippi Officia! Raise Viluation
of Railroada $3,000,000. .
rJackson, Miss., June 17.-The Mies.
,tealpp'l railroad S$ 3,000,000 increase In the assessment
of railroads operating in the stato.
"rhe main lines of the trunk systems
i )ah a. the Illlinois Central, Yaz0'-and
sislIppil Valley, I.etisvillle and
ixashville and Alabama. Great South.
rn were Inreoased troth $13,000 to
B.000 per mile, and the increases on
nch ltnes and minor roads average -
oum (i(00 to $2,000 per mile,
".Z'he railroad ass0ssment last year
30,709,611 and the increase In
league during the past year ha been ,
.8 miles. All of the roads are ex.
ted to protest against the raises

S Tax on Bables. .
xtreme hot weather is a great tax
an the digestive power of bahies;
n puny and feeble they should b
tn a few doses of White'$ Oream
uifuge, the child ren'a toniu. It.
s timulate and facilitate the di'
M on of their food, so that they .pon.
Hie strong, healthy and active.
'at Johnson Bros.
4mimer Tourist ,Rates Via AtlantIc
*I Coast Lirne. '
op'kete are on sale vlA the above
Hular'Toute to the principsi umeuir
Srts troughout the country. Tick-
H are good returning until October
t, 1903. and liherat stopover privi..-
are allowed.
fr Pullman rt'ervationrafttes, e4t.,
titeket agent, or write Frank 0.
)iston, commerciala Agena, 188 W.
y1street, JacksonvIIe0, 'Pl
B Admitted to the.Bar;. .
Z, Z:Adln',. a prominent youIK law
ld.ent of Stxrke, Was examined Iuea-
4y' and clmitted to praitles in the
oGunrts of Florida.
In his examination Mr. Adkin( show.
i 4 :ed emarkable ability, and .ezpetheued
: lawyers say that he will mskeu a mark
la-in. the practice of Florida :


For Over 8.x~y Yar*r5
'~ ~rs. Winslow's i*OOt)UIIg Syrup Is~
wa used by 'iaildren while seethl*.
It doothct the ~h'iid. sau%'teItS the grusts,
~ sl4aya all pains. cores wisad aiolk, and
Is the bert remedy fordlarrlaoee. tweau~
4~'4we cents a bottle4' Ibid by all dreg..
ate Via ,v~,srb~'u t the world.
'4' 55ar4 ~vp#v~lffts555.
~as mans parts of Eais0.~4 there at,
sepenwtittani* sheet tuttda. The
hat. ~r tnrtsEwe.. Is hadleled I.
~iosntitsnall7 chattIng with the sstl
it Is b~*I4 isa tied repete.. ae as
'mu wuuum1)tWta Itbpetsett*t 'his
'us~Seet~ it is wa.W4 ls'*h~'~Be
it eu1l'WM4 ~


*Speaking of ,owtipt oat h *,,ter,
cpt:.in ctlC y a::Net@as o t
"I^ *thinkI eth othl it us o
r .any collsilotis ble otl e re '*
0, be mytterious. The B &dap o b i
eet that green and reo ti e truth,
entryy eolora. veVa.'e ship noetWr way
arele at *gh"t a oe4 light b mldning on
hoer left or port te and a green light
turning on her .: a igt b' starboard l aide.
et vesso ago 4lrans into: eak*h other'i
iptgights wh'en tbese uihtw nust be
planly visible from their ecns. And ,
he 's he a comes ua p in court and
an strth is wade to etablalsh theo i i
bamie nte tle atccldent honest aten
twear deetly Tppoalte to each other
ind believe they are telling the truth. {
"The hiptasa eof one sh apor Inbb
ita'rco will B~woMi thttt he sasw a rf~ld
ight on hisl port bow and held hist
course. 'A little later he saw a green
sght there. ptarboardm l ia helm, and
hei ollision followed. TUhe men on the
other wbl swear that where the cap*
in sayl he saiw a green Ulht a red
ight wa burTning. ,
ow. ow doe thia happn t ap.
pens thila wtay: 1^h awtlle Int ently at thbe othei. vessel Tpot tir seine reason heo
ehanieas his lilnef viaton, probably
duia to a bulhing esill above the light.
pa a lo I h" sew at onc green lht.
shifts his holm. and vrttish,,lie goes into
aer! He really does' not see any light ,
pt all whetn he 1ooks at 4he sail, but an
)pcticl illuslon wafkes ahln t~linc be
lo .
"Try It yours1t, aJut gane intently ;
at a right red. rotnd object for aWhle y
and the( suddetlye lookath ao blank white
wall. A green spot will aw ppear to you9
w inktowg the eyes wil liastes its ap-
pearauce." -New York Pr ths.
PLANTS THAT CLIMB9
lenterofartutsh ot Thbrs Inoealss *t4
Their tsodes of ranges i ovnt.
it is in the twining plants. sich as
bryony and hop. and the tendril bear-
ers. lite w etchea, that wae find the higB
crt developinent of the cl~iniblng habit.
These plants live under thausta l Coudi-
tions. In order to gattin"e the light they
mnt seek rather than avoid overbang-
hig foliage, and so we fid the vetches,
Instead of turning away from the shads
ow toward the la ght, lik te most of their
neilghbors. boldly tusluag up into the
center of a bush to burst Into blossom
amid its upper breaches far above
their leoss daring neighboirs.
But it is In the leaves of these plants
thbat we find the most remarkable mod-
iflcations adapting them to a climbing
habit. The leaves of the vetches antd
vutcitngs ant- pinnate- they bear a
number of opposite ovate leal4et*. The
tip of the leaf stalk and tb auptermost
pair of pinnee are I the thm lung spoe
dies chatted itto atndr-ll attitve, .
twining wdik.kle str. tureS-whilch ex *
bibit mniarkable features. U the llliht-
ly curved. extended tendril df atyoung
leaf of pea or vetch be watched are-,
funl y'It wl be. found that' it Is. ".ly"
tut Ienieiiftly moving round and
rou ( in e ircle. the tendril comes
nto cot.fact with a a twig It b an s to.
wyrd 'it and 4'eat atn... tates several
tunis ur6iid It. l, vja AIgiht tempo-
rsy rrittoa i ut t to CU a
binding "to ar s ide ..
pitialy the teidril b ens oody
and strong and forms a crure aoclaob
vals for theplant. Z'Eyt opr do*e the
yo tprtWt* the w le fet
tion. Tieso~t. to *.Itl the sa .t t
longs l ritetitog Atl



., i
Aril sweepin the t rt'
catod snotfosia* te o turar atf Vhe
Is alixoast sure to etirlle agfiaiut .oan
stiati or twig of the ssvrardi a ys
ittoa-l'ofr ladgr:..o'N*Ni-v(i'
93145 v. ie' 4.(^|:.^i**:lese.
The Aniercain bl* itt Or ser es-
ten shocked by the Jgbt t a t:nm
procesi((ot passing throuh the *trewet
w$iti the dead body borne In a opte
ewfflu. 'This .Lsc oarigai sdF~t~'.N is
mnst'rsn 'of. reero $beh dis(eyfe,:< 'Tel. *.^kref~ol^toestB^.n A'wa^blix


the r~autiatry In eo0wu., ~ they deoveS4
that all eofiiri must be esnls4 spts
the U~rks re~Slta~ their tree.
tiom Owy U*a~it'4 ttb4e esastoin ttsua
of lialsiL
A R~'a1 tt~w'*atw.
"Ti ~4'.' said the atnaggling stt*sw.
'1h~~ t~rn4'~U~C will te at' greet s'ah.e4
All .y~iI '~ to *h* I# to tixrw it swan
- i~ ~ wi~k 9~'mV))'~&'tP &a4 keep It fast
~ 'y~es. whleh time 1 #41
tav~'.~ lAd '.~uo 04' that old ueastere..
TV."" 7 ~ Y~ ~ ~t eaSily tat #IOAW*.
'V., ie"i~. I b"' the ruleS. itixi usafos
~ir~ r~Z irs *~itci5I pineS-
tios to ciinF~ m~~~l~ta siat. illo,. it
a real bsutw~~a1. CU let Yost bose this
tithe ~ct-at* Ver E 5)" ~'i~~er fteL
'~ w~t;, raw ~
~ '~ if 70W
otm*at l~'4' t~ ?'4'l p'jf*f is ~
abS'S. I ~im~.IJ lee~ ta~ ~~is4 i4

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Men We Want to Talk To,
II'S baitcve ~~ci? ~:i ~'ery ui~'su i*a (,'aincaviik u'aa.ta clothing e.'r~crf-
if ~V1'1~/ tfl(tWl' ~f 6U51~( m,~'ifv'e $.ute the In.'0ivo ftzcts wit tim eltac- that
t"~'r~j t.1Qi ~11 f~(t'iiu ~.i'i,'fr ~'t'l'ti ($Wl~ sti'~itJtt to t~, for tell Ala ctoti.i.qi.
.Ea{~h arc. I' t*'e. ii dl ~.#U.m.4 iit(lc at'ftaenunt owa this sn&je0. 'Jhis
tv. e'k1s ar u:Neu~t ~. diriwk'd

TOWE MAN WHO'S SOMETHING OF
AN EXPERT ON DRESS.


Why are the best-dressed men
in Qainesville our patr a?a
' Why do exports on dress inva-
rinbly buy Irom us? I
Theo answer is obvious-they
know what they want in cloth- '
inug and their dieorhninatIon ,4
tell the-m we lave it.. .




Hr't veneue to sal, that the
q v. wero put to all the co11 1
I diarf,'ftd dreaes in !, Cdividuat, q or eodotle v Vi
owho sold fthe "cl othinfg
J 44i44J^. i 9 Wi i l


be:.
oor


Spealalelpl of a'xlwrtson elothuiig, we
can ~e Ii to cx ~ rts heeseesta we buy
frota exjwr:~-.~Siiloss .t'lros & Cci, of
Jialt liurite, a he wide Iy-i..imeuas nuakera.
of lIce ' l~iest.CIotiiug.Ia~mt~he-World ."
All t.laei r ga ranen I beAt iii is lab~i


MARCUO S 0
Outfitter to Pat tic


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0 Sm MERCHANT & CO.
~ilet ~n4 Jobbe,, in


Staple .94 Fmnoy Gropories,
GraIv. ~ard*n S.~d t~S4 Fe~tUhz*rs.
*~OuTh iItI)I ~qi'~ftK~ 0A1W~SVXLL1~9 VLOIUZ)h
~ligheg~ marl4 at ~rw~a paid far Cihktkei~o Zw~' at4 o~It~w Pr~~4wi'

A'Oomplet. stoek 'uf *h~ Otm,, O~Eq~ ,, eel. C~,ttun ieet~
~ w~fr 0~. v~wr ~TNO4O s sb. LOW
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WINDSOR MOTEL

Jaoksonville's most


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UST YFAR-RGUPO )~PSL
O~GE 4 CULLENS, @wwbt .o~ 7rprEeter*




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C9)1~ON
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lasafire wh~
Tb, oo.lU ~ V
Slut I

110 VOlT want
* may until y~a~ eve
* tuoix4~y,. I kee 'otalis
Cf ni~Ol4ii*a 14 'we
ohiSEltO.' oond-bibSudu
4)Y~t~54 ~4hII Qi~ Ct Sd4~WS
~g~nt The ShaCqu' Mu
uea't.e Ws~rra~
WAin)-?4eW to. learn
~en 5~ranol5oo :

(.Wieima, l.ii.


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TSS 8U?~r omee Ia the


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N0TI~I) FOlt MW1~ETNEI~IS AM~ I'UI~Iur
TY QE TO'1~, POWElL A~1)


Best i~laano for this uxvinut cilaminte. atmuads
tune longer theta others,. oon~tvuoted of
best tmt0tit~bt, canal west ttt4't.i,~tiO
workitiatuabip obtainable,
Up to data in ~e~u
'dotall ciald Up-
equaled.
Sold by ma coiatt ,oalR4'Iy ttir
OVER ~rnai~ ~W* 'Yum$
wIiIac~tit single f~une~ ~% yua
service bs~y the

t'rIoe~ as low set Is oopaisteuit a#l*
Osala o~ on esay terpas, Sea4 ~,n lii
trIal. We na~ f*eI~bt. W'$tS

for I'fIrtERs TQP4V,

Ludden & Bat

Southern iu~io liouBe
~3AYA~NAE, GZ
)OHN V. MURPHY. ~
ZWI!&IILISIIIU)


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Iatt~, Ir~u, Wire1 ~iI~ Pit.
tng5, Bolting, P.0ugs&
Bought Sat C~r r~ut$. tsi4 iii shy


fist Outs at Os~ ~gtt~~Zgg.aes.


Baird Hardware Co.





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rLoeiamflsten frori
ii.lon frmatook


b 0i g 0elm0e tho e x
tladttn regarJing






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iiitie-boif Colrumbdeia,
S 4,e.LA Dikandr onge, be






*i, hiinIa4,. te to, co"op.
I oue ui gr *4ed connection

Ap" _tlststptsswad4 'from. Lake
-r d ,Tavares to Orlando.
'ts itong iwhatt meet the
roas 4tenthiant from







olVal alongg fr fdont proe-
SOpV it 18 jouthta any other in
obt1'uis ^l reo l awhrenthie re-







Sl4 OpgiDgtt ve ,Me under, manyde
lr it4iV.fo0 re the wconreven-
h't~'we od4ae ngested that er
ne i"n W 'w'A roada dim.


pt from, the ts ot Columbiae
ut the riaa used h Orangsbe








r do lt ,tt6i t .ee,' .to ;co-op .o
ln $1l 0 ;'l*iti 64i connection



















4 it ro)k tr,,ar .held eveantuflit
S oithpos roi'iI; from, ai to
S il, aiiave.rte Ofrl90ndo. per










a el~y was shtheV to be the G!ILt1-
r) pai'(AhiSe tile mesimntlof reof
to eWi"itot arjo i. a pobitiotleo
Sthal.tiitl ta'I..he 'end the cre-
Qfl e te "gte :from a- hard sub.
oio rmueli cheaper.. made
reports shor w amnehor important
knd t ptt1, 1ho0 ,Aimploying of.coll-
I".lir upon the,'publlo highways.
dou'ntive uslthgtthis 0ase of labor
. lo soafi edlw 'with the. result,
at(,hy d..l uare he.i much ohapor
e"l.|cmabor. I.tl wlas d1mon1etiti*dt
iaronte reltnrti that ocavio LI-N
porsQbe uo hed up o u .theo.rmad.s t
lo lieo irtni oti(jitla to.d0 cents
h, tietttfree luhedbr ,tbeent fre $ to








ipt ly--raad thie srvile of th00
O;r lsit swa o htffectivo.be he
.o0taf alt,4ie a protrueilo ofad
|i:jif v^ yeirm'l)e'xpotlenle, and"
is woadrk d both homivet and. free
4thewh tha~e io iposidered on t
40;t.be. worit h.rd o thane two
towporta howt nphof$r heportant














n pthiitiiini Au tIhe ei, oyinloii of
iybr upo' the piublgate highway
irfotly atAvertled with the reoulto







Ill^i*'o2.iigaruet*f


S" ni*notnis vote. of .tho e11oven-
04$?liatoA.r 8 Ma-n, vioe',A-,d-
tlt tohe h national (ood Roada As-.
lVin end 'State organ ier for Flor-
W*s r"-endorsed for that position.
W i MVtiion, appetolatesi the hard
eiaitiel :work in the oause by Sun-
t ia'm i d4nyilu! wmre the comn-
getbs paid him at the afternoon
toe: o$f the+ onveition. Senator
i, hia hisw.On pleasing manner ,
ait4 sih convuytilon for the honor,
rlatred theli that ho has always
inO willlo0itinue to be ini syni*
t with the ood roads mov.xetnt
PI oo;;u. ~
tg throutAgh tha efforts of this ar.
t W~ or*t system continuousl


tre4It. ,
jivtt*oiondoeiu thte State,



0tIt t eeon
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:t* dystem, -id g,'gv I e0son
^tb it opinion~ rii peT moug sie
irs wirere Pxreeiiot I ho Ii
'too fthirman of .thoeB ofonty
qmi0sioners of Mhr o a
JQfI3t1 Welish of Pensacee li hfrmnc
fs we re Very convlineing ln leir at-
gptoIi ;te, iod suuoeeded in vonvIn~ing
earut' many. that the far: was the
proper way of taking care of the eoun.
typeiidloctners,
pdn '; option of Secrettry. White
poit e comprising Mebsrs. 'Dickson
of 0rie" 'Wateorman of Marion aid
BOahiWIho Hillsborough we -e appoin t-
eda committee 'o'draft.u'0 presita
reoluioi1o ttltsank to tlie good people
of (taineille. 'itfor the hospitality ex.
end 4- t.he delegates of the associa-
tion, aftWer which the convention ad-
ournied IntlI 8 o'clock p. m,
The meeting convened shortly after
8 o'clo i last night. There were not
as tany in attendance :as had favored
thie meeting during the day, owing to
the exce tlve warm weather and the
fact that he delegates were probably
weary from the long oasions of the
mor ad afd afternoon.
The *venings easloitn was devoted
to an interesting speech by Mr. Shel-
by of Escanibiarand a good talk full of
eloquence and practical suggestion by
Senator Man-n, ftir whiclt the various
committee. made their reports, which


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'Iba tie Sen1~ -


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# #Wecatt hlII recommend 'yooe' to our oeu ad tet
l thO eth ti Wttheir trial and use, and fl il. they wa ngree
with IDa in their itos ,of its value a one of the e.eest Mnd best of the


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were accepted, pi4d will appear in The "ir kz' yI"rr Ioods Low -rRawk.
Sun tomorrow, V uuver,'D C., Ju ae i-hme IIT
After 1. few remarks by various grar'u.1 riao6l tho Firlzer ivter tilB
members otfhe'asmoclation, the con- continues and the lwlaod n vri I -'` $ r-
Vetito4ad4ljoined to, meet in Tampa diitk;icts nro under water, 'A break--
on zthe third T4e day In June, 1904, at in tl: Pitt rlve dy;e.reaulte n the LO ;TIM CARD No. 49. In Effect May 28,1903.
10'olo'k . subm,,rd f teveral. ~dre4 a&ere
The' delegates were well pleased of lanl. IEa0Q..n Sian14 iabotut 40 $ IiOUTNoD-IEAnd DOWt. NOnTH80UN-f-EtAD UP.'
w10111th30 060ao1titin which they do- n Sl u "1. th'e.,rlvow from .Zqe WSat N ,j 08 ,o.20 A 1 Io^ l. 70
?ltrehqIo h ne40 fthe most enjoy- p nh..:, ii under water. there are ATIONS. ,y Dally
ablead eeflojal in the history of 5O m,11)s !van on this Ia nd
the oaition, a rt ,ttt'ar v.vs a u&.lt up from ewr We ik oIO a .04' tW ...........J nviie...........Ara85Oa#700p *
m t--- .n r te t r ay to take off ti peo o .... ...... ...................Lv a 8 AI.P
A U R A i it ..at A -... t..h. h..... a,,A lgtto ........ .. ... ...... 8 4 a p
AUeTrIt^ 1 'ALdt..vi,7 '"',- and c(attho. bo far thts haa been but : iS 1 9 -l tts -., ,.. .... ...* uttis1gu .............. ........ s6p XsS..p :
one dlrovwultg d Olt 0 a ........ .. .4a e
"-< .f ........... d' ** ^ g ,lm 1 5 a ...... ...P .................. I_9110 a 6 p r .
^of >. troD rlat :.h Sesai'n of Modern Woodmen. .... .. ..... ..... .Lve .. O
,- I .Indlnap a'l l., June 17.-rThe8 r .Lv........ ...... ,n f te ...... A.. ,r a s 8 0pC l i
a 1l annoInced tn day i i.. th teoaut {t"it f ( the bead amp 8 p i .lip ............. :BN a ................. s S 3 04 as
bouh Of tk ll> s.tIeanll a t :.,. of the ,,.oo.n c<.Sodm en of A m e ...... ... .....
h te*2derI m; 't: t i n ws pened in Toulin.on h hit'W S" l...... ..............Orn nd.a ............ ...I a 0
FP'ra2cd! Johlah" oin sunla.v l.ut an,; orn:ornf hi at 10 o'clock. Mayor iook, O a f 0 ..... ....... ortymge g..... .... ......8 447In op
thU t hle ,acJ y had .cC tL it wate, d Atd U or of State Herrire u s e e ;. ............ ... v. r ::::::....... :... .....Is 2 s i
port tlh t. t ~iet. e elco d the delegates The re .............. v ........... a
r lli .Lerbd I- .Ui 1 c`1Ut!i rioi spos wa. ma.e. by IAeutenant Gov ........... c Oc ................ 2 13 8 s11
to to .asao t L o i, Int. ntar l nin t, 'cj eraor3W. A Northcott of Illino t. head O i ..... tat. ..............81a0 iP
there wah coilt rae, .nte .lon In the consul of the org,^ ^zatton. ( l S 1i ..... ....... .;.1n ......:.. a> ::: 0? 132 ;"
or n outbur ot l' ches ftrom it ul n No w Y ra t Jne 17.1-A tlO l t0 1 4T ................. .. E, ............... ...4. 7it a 2
.orlr, Ju1e,49t-,ddi.tion.. ? 24 o e p1,..................................... a 94 C ,
porters, while the oppo)ttion resorteld ',lttt to the ilountt of $900 hav' fr 280 S ......::t.....s : ..:.. i 8 a
With cofflj +houtaiot "What a ha1p y iee sort front thi city to relieve th I p...... ...... l unt.................. i t a '
w. -,r v ad A .'l............r ,. m W e ar te.................. ;pe8 .
Row W l!" wants of tho dristituto In tho flood .......... ............. 1 1- !
S prem ir ad trk........n di.trlts. Of this sum $4,000 i. .... .......... .... s e
"I have irepeately t forth th wIs tctles raphod to Topoka, Kan., a ........... t. t t ............. 0 s
trlcipls and views whcfh have uXh like su m to Knn.as Ctty, Kans., and ..........I hal:t::d1e ............-. S 10
ed my pl cy ain r. ar to the oios, the reminder to G ainesvlle, a. The o ai ..........,..uM il.............. v... MV 00 p ) ,oa
Uon anitested by obstrctlonrists t committee ha now received contrlbu- OI D .r'iP R ........ ..C. LINElS.
tu army hill. On these occasio t.iona amounting"' o Aely $5, ... --.
I ald my tolly could only be 1ollo Probably $5,000 more will be distrlbut- BAN3P 3O.. .....W. OA.NE CITY BAT2oE.
od go longI a o full iarl n ny of v wui eGd to the sufferers today. 1Z 0 o -o'S N'-Ti-on
car l ru.tl s euA hal-molly'lo r eua 'I r 1 FI ... ..... 7ti4rt i.te........A .
.lte, I te 1 4e.od my re ai n to tho, .t'""Nof'N ...81A.LV E2 pl ...... ..: : ...... ?8;r .
,........ ....ter ,... ..... Ob Sou nd ..... .4,,, .... ..f-, 0 3 f 0"08
mtg ou ati .ay ua, od h i ha zB s -tya haa f l : WfrW I ... ....... nte prp .,W.;......A.. sl h Bttip.. ..vOrans 31City.^^s'
4been leaked to s.ccept It. I b-..th '... ti'v a75.
heous e to adjor.u p* &' t a t.aum ti the most h ti4 of a new oanet.? tih world. It CUte 8es, CI 1p. as8D1y 'Dayy Dal e DAaiRla ily. Doly. at
Burns and all -R D1eases. -
w ibn at soi? .t M t ct i poIitievely s, a: .. I a a SL. ....... v.... a e..a. o. .;..; Sia 0 1 5 a
G 'c. . . .. ... .... ... . . .rI f S 4o 6 8O S0 p
-1,lh, ot a t N's. -z, U-1v -xim t*"w t .Ka ns.,- f4j c0 100at" p s 'O :
dat Iny hi. liet I. 4eea toWMete: "s tt ae r*4 .' mal-Othoj1oGansile G .Th eoI O ih a igetil o a) t t NAll qoN0 ISuaTT n a,...
..vnvtrta. c,000 u, tL ld b.o jol owi.* th S< ow e alter.... M - ..n.-.. .'.,ils-...-. ,

Athe agbouf itheba*>, ra as 0.in Fl. 7- I* up-. W *
..... e i Kte T s.......... P1 ) t M .... ..8
T m o ee, .f B A N N ER'. '.0l..w.r.. b ra.t e. (A aW f .. . ,

*the latterge 5 h|:th '6 kI tht Con trActr for . funversmty a ed a t44 a Io4i
.4 ftnuccee and J. .4. e nd 'a1et v ease an d v al
sen ofthe b W y' tie0.2 0 ..OR D
ior eo a octtn 4* t fethe worleto. I All r UOi Bellsnrfutehino' i 'r l d. w
"am INSURAN-'
of fI twith t Suteatrn rff.
Avfloctdl Feent. 4 Leave ordera at WS7ati BIoyotsStore 0 0 pie p r3.5 t 3k ts '.
Atrhse, ^a JutIo 1? A. U te l or Tiolas1' t ltrdwaf Amd *m+, .s e *, :: 's eme .iyinB. T uTW~s. ..o.

c uIt o re 0ou. at X3s.ee- t ou. (l"aue 'ii . *'!'i.. .. | 0r" '", Cbat*a"S 5
o( ~ (If ttSI(Qtil GntWIS, ~ en f. Cmr IlmAtesa Tor 4 5
W % '10 -- -----tot k .l8rA"s A M A t)O orot-.'JL .I
f t +o li iM , Sund'b 8 F.w.. JO RDA N
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Me :4ri Ors and theilrk

I o'rd. T iln Dpyle, the 4rv'. U'

11'ftan had always had Cago o3 4 'ri |
oeaton th oa ife l i ,hk h dro. T n a .... .......
onfn fttotrd ,he earreng and rsor ~ t th
oa, n t he y hd k ittt g atned ba1- 4 Y
4tr the way :of lovO slap from 1hti itiz WytK 0Arn.LRtd a, F*A O71'
wn ood nrtnre41 nositts from Ch"e(" ,,. te ,rga gradual
et" ces iwee &en aftif tO Vet, nd p4 r a
tihe was a bit slow s po^tepton; but. *''land make s ve soutb Side SVae. Oat jicavili.P 1' *S
illj t fo all, each understood the other t troY 1 It be o s
01 It GAA_+______
O noure et t otd .. ..e.
Tlm of all those i, --o-itngs.u w hh
ad to do with newgroass and spring t W. PAT1N).,
r,' norcoWuld he kno* that m h jVILAENGD SUI'VIGORb

Sof Norman blood, a horse Whose ioble f r e utt the -omae i w, ner/ ra htout t,".
.e tres rm nm a. ntsi healthy conitan t SMOOTH RUN
.. i .' *f~ -ro ln or tr a ne ,Tim <..^h, t Is nt Ou
t)oyie whose father and grandfather th vafineadrt esof everym asalt i.e
1and had done their toll In the open. trbdy, andbyNatwre'slof4hbeth, Kl a0MvtalNew. .. Smit
with the cool and calm of the country strength and vigor a .on r.iore 4 each. I Lo INO GLAAS8S RIC-SILVEJRIED A1 A
to soothe and revive them. iool ourea lndigetion. dysppl and a llV
Of such delightA as these both Chlef mom .... rs ne' We bu or o s + tarl.e, or c .
t t and Timhadtastedcautilymeat WASHINGTON, NEW YORK 1 ASHVI
Sied4y. i .youth. aud for them In the that gav ti from th ti ofSRIAL V.oa3nidhs'4UI'Jl'n I\ sT a
S'lapses of the daily grind both yearned endured, After at tm ouid t aktit and the EAST. YR
Each after his own fashion. once a day. And noo, whit It p.a bittlei PAIN TING AND)At AT
And, each In his way. Tim and Chlet-. handy I ldom need itas it has oud me PAPER HANGIN'l CINCINNATI CHICAGO, "TE
tain were philosopher. As the years MS. J.W. Coi.Avoi Mile C4tt N. GAsN~SVILL.., FLORIDAt Th NORTH and WEST... AI TI
had come and gone, toll tlled "d Kodo0 Digetst What Y- .at
, uneventful, the character Of the mai ottl*e.only. St.008.Se idl e tith e tOtril A nat for D1)F RA'lOlS' WALL IAPER x* 1
,bad ripened and mellowed. the dispoal- a e, wtch selilstS I 9 cep"m OMPANY, New Yor$ >.I ,I
tio u of the horse had settled and sweet- repOredi b p.Ol.. DeW-I-t O A 90., OQA *. :O?: aQ T role,
ened. B IROIlFORD) A 'eCOLLUM. ono. v. wasnan natuar, s 0 agarTwar .AT. R.
in his earlier days rTlm. lha been b 1. tan t., Asea ow
eady to smash at wheel or lo one, to MN AN WOM WALKER & 8AYL W... .

Sand to nse the soft Word. res hoo -s.o a- ..
: Chief tain too, In his first years be- Atplnt -- . I. m

uctweeu the poles had sometimes been #i t4:, I AFE f. EL V D
r t Impatient with the untrulned states la.r t ti r c .. ..u
wh from time to tme Joned te ot od th Aeam. .. . . -u. .. o . WM. 8OH [La. .aropletor,.
thick condtons which try the best of to pay $1,00 to iny manufacturer of Bete dining plloe in olty. Fine

hlore temperw. But he had ateadled pnwho can how by ii tet Wine Liquora iar.
down Into a pole horse who could set l t- -
n example thatwa worth more thu a"y paint tand upon .any metAal THE WET END, I


to sthe asix foot lades ever tied to a surface as perfettlyand f.or so long aU
pstoek. time as our i FINE Wo INES. LIQUORS & CIGA R


Of .-... .* :tOeAPHIeE E-IbASTIC CPAINT. w JOHN .Nesa.p'Prre tIrir. a
hre lotanpe' inmable Talk. We giura2tee G2R'l'E fLAS- 9I W. rayt O t., Jacksonvmle, ...




tras iowell out ep welr-l au dacity [eTo TI E 1pUliC. Oopaiy -t-tl-e
ptim lngT nd w.for thea immeda0ltes ma! to a
t a we rson. Underwood. according to our dieations to tEN iN JACKS nVLLLFE
is monogeraph on "Lowell. the Poet wears, d.,tly fr a herioh odf d-Vidit the- -d




f the Man." has by some l#pIe of ea ndwaetotN ,Y
dmowy minquoto l a petnge of words clt age, hlo paint inoe siy t bepa e o ARdA N.




ttg took place between Emerso. a d an oy uA d'- god 't, hILl proved de" The be PBAquAr In ANt Ai, .erP I
nmes at one of tle ewtly Atlantmoe l hin. SIgad. un inment etret j ghtt Roo GaI,
Sthe s oi f"oro"ti wl p Tha Nvett teonaa a P4 f n"tl vi 6 and Vorn log ah a J.




e aordera of archlttctUre.a ttewasea- O e .... A.... -....... - ....... e P I 4a ,
boh, .otm. n mHoloes. who h l been Ny- dALIA. W
that the Egypt.an wta culracn ter- We pttkepilsn 0t, ctI0. tcr, 0St At a ITdS o




I bY breadth of base., the Gtredn we have. saeKur .... contr.to ::Ashas WA. MI., .& AD *
itve adequate support eed tha soth* contif: twet-plea o of :he. pr aet l msTAolIn ukinV 'llt.




*ts not Emerson, wt o label out knownat.s c tetey8.lh
tly, "Onei t for death oetl for ad seted the eds ad w e6d 4.or yii A. -. 6- - -. .
and one as atommotsai oty." .I dd tsi T aend- a crdi oo dr oe L..
his hear thir, but it we. reMaty t o mwea fe fi a er Pod o *l -is it heW.. ..-..
4ie dt the eAth a ielwho die .-J. T. a An. w free o. Ir. OU.0 W pAL, 0. 1O A S.d





... to "lce" bw - "m -lrao a nd nr "ae





In a catalogue of hexican meteolftis ..io
ruepnd: by .1. Antoo to l Castillo +o *ekovl h* FloridaFoii, i d a L n n n
,es rs. mfen con ers w asc upion. Th t 1 ia .j Vrs Op *ia .' -- '--- '-*- .
",toe ir dthe, l t i' el soft pWord
Crheft on. rttons oi t yeas o 01t stna .m :lot* Qto lomA
:? fity- fhve and t dirtoo ivtlhem been lsayl .. 0gf 8 I E
b itat n onte E t hy tw plwas +rates wo t m e 91. ...... .a..
blyt or mo te wero dbs. v he trlcian .. ...... tie, Jo e. ;06 t1 T:
bet ad e akes part tane b ad ti ev) W-~ ~ tm 4 Fahi+. h Chtaoksonv' .
t once n ormed eone huge .bloseda t kno TnO OlPol He B Op vo a k "
0 lo"aumedns od ere mat, ones plaen has neg d o '1 0J' A s v WW y 11 O. .. "*le| t


cnoihlned weight of the two bleks (--"--
Keoh1 ti ton eIrn ti6t oM. h we4 o :: f: 1 il'l:A 1



Sotivwe Atftr ,. rosa ; tokttr .i-,C' mvm : n6 Franiec, LAs A1el*. *,
K there lw arlmla lattat a :ord o To *MA t C Reu
Fopportflty. f. in a~ m we WU I* L0, as
ally, morilty, lBteleetuaaly 'that, ^ ,- *seesteshoem sseto(Wes, *Ssgte se MSe i
mIght be forgtwo If he supposMedo -7 (Ih*.Q5*W a W7
world were inds but ydip cay W P(4t
C A L.. .. 0 h A . ...... .. .. ... :. .
Vn. starinZ slaktg people. L
,nit ,,t ,a few -+ore yesrs he 101DAKS4 an t
fir msozi4 .ettrl."- eht. o iros p.t.'itaT^ ODnss.te *UP sS J
lttml r eve to wje or Ow ,nre. p rn .1 ^ e is', 44m A) 8 j#0
to ises sod rejoie at tth rowlng:i pa s. 1it<.&. g o in
I.'ood W~rds end fetorwinw kaootn*S
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H room,
p1 ]. W. Griffin of
lid the ,etral City a
'gdys umbrella with T
wp44,ed Finder return to
d seoouro reward. '
IstuidUy of Jennings Lake, one
ero farmer of that sce-
s-Atig thle Visitors to Galnes,

^ l~4 of Tampa is in the city

t -tt railway mail service with
garter. at that place. .
, Setter, the genial and hand-
edito rof the Highl Springs Hor-
gi4 th, ofiy.a ,Visit Wednesday
ade this offle a pleasant call.
c d(ays" Itmit on Jaoksonville
$t1o by the Atlantic Cott: Line
onday, Ju.ne "nd. Fare wionly
urnd trip. Train leaves at 2:20
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itWrman Johneon of Mclanopy
$ thNis Oty: Wednesday. He was
a utanted byis little son, Master
OhO camine along to.spend the day
't e lt ,y . .,
S,,.haw of Ward City Is in the
ttding eourt. 1He s a one of the
tinpei.producers of that section
^a4 *i thati hstiti l is now produc-
'g a large amount of spirits..
SmIth, master meehauio of 'the
-.Oi. L,, with headquarters at High
y-.pringN.-was in Gainesville for a few
hours yesterdny..., e .was en route to
latka- where lie go.s on business.
AA Opportunity Is offered by the At-
I ntit.Coast Line to visit Jacksonville
4- N day, Juno 22nd, for $L.50 round
iT 'oets oood to return up to
ilding June 25th. Train leaves

O iiity ConitMisslo elr .Dampier of
gu is.-.intthoe ity, Hle had the nis-
tuie to lost one of his valuable
Ing mules' on lait Monday, Thu
nlbai died hf colic and was sick for
shortt while.
jps W. Williams, one of the onterpris-
1i1tMerchants of Bell Is 'visiting
rids in the city. He also has. a
k|h store at Bolls on the auwannee
iAr nd says that buinOess aft the two
0i"0beotter thanIt Ihas been .'In

i,: Popo, one of the loading iner-
thO 4 la04chn11, wa a,-visitor to the
I sterdy.. lee says that Alachna
I n t.(he building boom and the
of that section all have .good.
0 l'h.y are badly in .need of rain,

O1 a.1.nd Mry.m J. 0. Ley, will ele..
to t #ir golden wedding at their
in tMioniopy on July 4th, .They
S- att home to their friends from 10
to 7 p itii. :Thu reception wil be
Am10 to 1it.la an. and a' picnic
S she.s will be had inmediately

S, Ihitty, member of the ftrm of,
Ohitty Co., departed yester-
fr Moanuopy, where he will spend
alay" visiting relatives. Dur-
ah ahsl0onee hiS positImon will be
Ty Mater Vernont Chitty, one of
atillest"' but beot salesmen' In
tte for his "sine."
Z. Ohrnmberlain of Taooma was
1tstePt to Gainesville: yesterday.
Ias that the vegetables of his seod.
tn h~v about all been shipped, and
tty a tow.- e1gg plants remain now
Forward. Good prices were reo-
2- ^ by the. growers, however,
th e enttleasoun,
1uled,.for some time
Sat soi r stomach,"
W Ourtts, of Lee,
L*ebertAkiveI. '.ha-'
sto h a4 Lvr Tarlet,,
YaOe e Ipe4 t, <3ry muth, so
1 many thih that
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t^rier of Mlcpnpy paid the


DIV F. .6nglishb of ; TaPoia was
6he VielCort to this city yster

M. W. anforth, merchant of Hi1gh
6pri.gs and Wade, was a visitor to the
eityiyepterday.* ..
Pleasant, neatly furnished rooms for
0ngle young men $1 per week and up>
se of hbathfree. Apply BroWn House.
eol. J, ,J Barr, one of the enterpris-
prg cltlirns of Micanopy, paid Gailes-'
'ill ,iabshoit business visit yesterday.
Mrs, Richard Garrison and child
have returned from a pleasant visit of
several days to friends in Jackson-
ville.
* J. N. Willla of Levy county, mernm-
ber of the lower branch of the Legis-
lature, was among the visitors'to ihe
city yesterday.
Atlantie Coast Line will sell round
trip tickets to Jacksonville on Monday,
J.une 22nd,. for $1.50. Convenient
schedules in both directions.
B. P. Boulware, one of the oldest
residents of the eastern end of the
County. Was in the city yesterday
meeting his large number of friends.
'A R. Harper, representing Ludden
& Bates of Savannah, Ga., returned
yesterday from a flying business trip
to High Springs and -other points in
the northern part of the county.


MIrs. T, 0. Rouse and little son de-
parted yesterday for Live Oak, where
they will Visit relatives for the next
few weeks. Before they return they
will visitrela4tives in Jacksonville.'
For Sale--My one-third interest in
the Success loe 0o. Capacity of plant
14 tons per dayr with an expense of
only $17,.00, Other business takes tiup
my tUme. J. B. Dell, Gainesville, Fla.
A Uries of meetings will be con-
ducted In the North Gainesville Hall
commnencing, this evening at 7:30
o'chlook. The services will be con-
ducted by Rev. Butler of Live Oak, as-
sisted by Rev. Johnson.
Lee Stokes, the genial marshal and
deputy sheriff uf Micanopy, was among,
the visitors from the Micanopy section
oni Wednesday. He siys that the
farmers are in need of rain and that a
few light showers would be highly ac-
eoptable.
Little Disfigured
but we are still in the- ring at (O)ela.
Filr your oldI Diploma, P'ickwiek ur
gnod Budwleeir beer sei.d your order.
dlirtCt to J,.F. Edwards, Ocala, Ia.,
where they will receive prompt atten-
tion,. tf
Quite a large crowd wais attracted
on West Main street yesterday aft.pr-
noon by a pair of horses breaking front
the buggy. It was some time before
they could be per uaded to move oft
and came very nmir turning the buggy,
over with its occupants. '
Special excursion train over the
Southern Railway from Jacksonville
to Macon and Atlanta on June 28.
Tickets limited until June 26th. Fare
to Macon and return only $8.50, and
Atlanta $56.0. Leave Jacksonville 8.80
ni m., June 28; arrive Atlanta a:80.
J. W. Shettleworth. the boss melon
and cantaloupe grower of lhvinston
and Rooh4lle, was among the via-
itsor to Oainesville yesterday. He is
now about to wind up his shipping of
Mieloutp, but has .sueeeded in selling
a good many carloads during the sea-
son,. : .
Mister Lucy Abbott of' t. Augustine
and 8tlli0 Perry of Rochelle, who came
to this olty for the purpose of attend.
Ing the sad unaeral of their unale, Dr,
J, DI. Stark,'- have returned to their re.
speotive homee. While here they wero
the guests of the family of-Col. E. 0.
V. 8amhea.
Ohaniberlaln's Stomach and 'Liver
Tabltet atr just what you need when
.you have ho appetite, feol dull after
eating and wa keup'with a bad tasw-
ih your moith. Thef will Inprovo
your appetite, lealeso and invigorate
Iyour stomach and xive you a relish for
your food. For iale by all druggists
aud medicine dealers.
Attention is di reted. to the change
of advertisement of the Abstract and
where in this l-ssue. They make a
specialty'ut 'rents and tcollections ti
otnnetiown with their abstract busti
nsse, and business entrusted to theii
care will reciltve prompt attention.
A,-'rlghicad Hrve.,
Runiuiig like mad down the street
dupillg U oupantos, or a hundrev
roe- It behoove ever y 4 to hav
a Wtealble salve handiindthe '.nos
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LIPORTANT-T CASE NOW E, BE, W
C. Chl 'tad the objeezS W^Of ,ft,
meetiing lbstance.to be as fo;' ll ws,
To exp -' nment native When Vdit Was Returned,,Prisoner
to the enrfo nt ol. thqe- liquor )ws, 4nc His.. Iltsx Were Anxiously .
a. to n'e no"e the :a iono a W iht: ad Solem ,hDWcum'ent a
of County *ie r 1sionpr 1 erig Wa* Reada Sxpresion DofSumn
suitable rewardss, et;. ap Preoton of Soro
The 9h~irtian appointed' 4eomnit* Creptt Over His Face.
tee conpoed 'of Dir. Wi tking ;, ; i"We the !jr, d the defendant,
Montgonmery and Rev. MXr Mre, tp ohn Easterlin, guilty of murder in
draft resolutlois e preisiVoe of t oe Ihe firet degree and recommends him to
objects above stated., themereyofthe cor
Reeolutilons were offered b$theeon, "fD, ,. McTwrosT, Foremai."
mittee and adopted as follows: IThis was the verdict returned by the
First. We congratulate the people jury i the celebraited Easterlin case
of our county that the moral and pro- Wednesdy: afternoon at 2:30 o'clock,
greseive sentiment manifested by our: after : 4'liberation ihiph onsrumred
recent election:. for selling or not se(ll- nineteen Iour, and duririg which. ti e
ing alcoholic stimulantsiplades us fer the jiry led into the cour room ai
above a wh1ie4 level. received the second time tIe charge of
Second. Thia, those wJo wold de- HioHonor Judge Wills.
grade our cities and towns by drinking -The verdict was no. 'moro than was
saloons are few compared tp the whole expected, even by the unfortunate de-
number of,people, and the statement feiddant and his relatives and friends.
that whiskey^ must b6'sold in a town When the jury finally announced that
to make it prosperous, is made odly by la verdict had been reached and they
those who ane-willing to swap the good filed into the box the prisoner, to-
order, pea, anid happinsil of their gether with his mother, sister and
town for a few pMore dollars regardless brother and two of his attorneys, was
of whether they bear a whiskey flavor sitting in the same position that he
or not, Be it; therefore had been occupying during the .t4sl,
Resolved, That we heartily endorse just inside the railing, tq the right of
the action of our County Commlssion- the long, table. When the foreman of
ere ) offering a reward of f,0 for the the jury, D. 0. McIntosh, handed the
arrest, witji evidence to conVict, of small but significant bit of paper con-
any one Illegally selling alcoholic taining the verdict to Deputy
stimulant Within our county. Be it Clerk Wienges, there was no
further particular sign of emotion or anxiety
Resolved, That the people of. Mica- in the prisoner's expression, but as the
nopy will supplement that amount with words were read clear and distinot-as
$25 for the arrest, with evidence to the last accent was uttered, amid a
convict, of any one illegally selling al- silence that was almost distressing,
coholic le tfmulants within Precinct the prisoner merely gave vent to a
No. 10. sigh.
It was moved and passed that a copy Thus ended one of the most interest-
of these resolutions be furnished the ing cases ever recorded in the history
chairman of the Board of County Com- of the county, and which will be re-
mnissioners, also a copy be sent, to The membered for many years.*
Gainesville Sun for publication. There was no other business trans-
After some further discussion the acted by the court, but the case o(
meeting adjoatied. State vs. Malphurs, murder, was con-
J. H. PHATOR, Chn. tinued until the next term of court.
J:. U. Movy *,S Hot Weather Weakness.
Fight.Wil i'b, Bitter. If you feel fagged out listless and
Those who will persist in closing lacking in energy, you are perhaps
their ears against the continual rec- suffering from the debilitating effects
ommendation of Pt. King's New Dis- of summer weather. These symptoms
covery for coneunmption, will have a indicate that a tonic is needed that
long and bitter fight with their trou- will create a healthy appetite, make
bles, if not ended earlier by fatal ter- digestion perfect, regulate the bowels
reininaton. 1Jead what T. R., eall of andi mpart aturaf activity to ti!
11 \has o -say, 11liver. This, .Herbine will do; it is a
Beall Mis,, has to say; "Last fall tonic, laxative and restorative. HI. J.
my Wife h every ymptomof o- Freegard, Propr. Grand View Hotel,
sumnption. She tOok Dr,. .King's New F'eard, an, writes: "i have ute
I)iscovery after every thing else had Ilee Kan,, w te wels: "I have used
failed. Improvietenp came tit once, othing oi earth can beat it. It was
and four bottles entirely cured her
Guaranteed by all druggists. Price recommended to me-by Pr. Newton,
Sand $ Tri bottles free. n, KaatBros.
BAND MAKING FINE PROGRESS. Prominent Visitor iere.
-Among the prominent visitors in
Under Leadership of J, K. Abrams this city is Hon. T. F. West of Milton,
Will Shortly Appear for Concert. who is attending the Convention of the
The Galnesville o"andI ts now prac- County Commissioners and. Good
tcing regularly aid proposes within Roads Aseioclation. Mr. West is a
Sthe next few weekst to beable to give member of the Legislature from Santa
the citizens some muelte. Rosa county, azd during the session of
The boys have' efngged the :ervlses that body jtustolosed made a most ex-
Sof J. K. Abrams t lmtruot them, and celleatrecordi, He. is not only a good
r he is doing the wbrkin.a manner that and faithful rpresntative of his peo-
- they are well pleaseG with. ple, but also enjoys the distinction of
SThy propose wihin the next few being 0ne of the most competent and
weeks to give an open*4tr ohoert and successful attorneys in his section of
will keen the program up for the en- the couttryr.,
1 tire summer should the attendance Interestig to Asthma Sufferers.
Swarrant. ,: .Daniel Biti -: of -(ttervile, Iowa,
Was WasIig Away. writes, .have had asthma for three
The following letter from RObert R, or. r V RttRe Iofo wau 1w Kthe cough .ad asthma cures in the
\V att, of Salem, Mo', Is instructive: market and have received treatment
'"I have been troubled with kidney from physleians in. New York and
disease for the last five ywear.s I lott other cities, but ot very little benefit
r. tiesh and never felt well and doctored uttil I tried Foey.'s Honey aind Tar.


with leading phys6teas and tried all wih gave me immediate relief and I
r remedies suggested without relief will Ieverbe without itio my house.
e Flitnlly I tried JF anid less than two bottle. completely by W. O Vallane'drg store.
ourvdive and 1 am'now son-and ri g &613
Swel." Sold by. :WO.Wllace drug ttenton, ld Mn.
s store. There will be a WeOtin of the Ima
HistorcalM tU. 0. proved Orderof Red Meot at the hall
I t er Duttons Batnk this evening at
The regular monthlyhstoricalmeet' 7 46 o'clock at which the lodge will
Sing of Kirby Smith. 0optr, U. D receive an oclal vitit from Grand
Swil beheld ,at tto:o rever14n o v rom d
will be held at the resideatce of n Stehem J, W; White,. A full attend-
I. Fleoelen t y afternoon' ance is desired,, and we would be
June 1t, at 4 o'eloak pleased to hive visiting Brases with
r "Mae. H., I, lItcasA ,' tthem. A coonial welcome around the
Mas, J. N. STavusAa, See.. pro0t m i
Constlpftpd O*$*is Ohasrb.laln's Cotic, Cholera an4
t To have gU ood b ath, thebOdy ihud Diarrlhoa Re
Sbe ,kept InW -, a tax 6t6ndit one4 dand S Is everywhere aied a the one
he bowisov l e day that a asys be depended
so ta y I We a ? unpou and that is osant to take. It Is
V' .. .. al ^ 'SIY 1b t 1# tei dip
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JAPANESEFANS

choice 1,i i. Actual vue
S 256, to ~0 each.

MQSQU:TO CANOPIES
Ready to hang at $1.00, $1.50
$1.75 and $2.50.
SPECIAL SALE
Ladies' Lace Hose at 15c, 19c,
25c ondd 50c,

iBARGAINS
In Short lengths and remnants of
all sorts of Summer Goods.


MRS, R, :WLSON



THOMAS


IUNDE TAKING CO.

Full line of FINE CAS-
kETS, OpFFINS,
ROBES, ete Allfuner,
al supplies up to date.
Hearse and carriages
furnished when desired.


Personal attention to
all business in this line. ,
Orders by mail or tele-
graph prorntly attend- '





THOM.ASS`0

UNDERTAKING CO.



ShITN'S STUDIO0
(118 E. UNION ST.)


Special Reductions in several

grades while the cards lsat.



National Eductiol A So
ton, Mass., July .tt4ti 0
On account above. tam'e ao
the Atlantlc Coast Ltneill *'ell round:
trip tickets to Boston, Mas., at rates-,.
and under the eoditiona named be.
low '
Ratesr-.-ne fare, via all rail, or via
rail and Sotnd Lines, pluS, $2 member'.
ship fee. Tickets on sale July 2nd,
8rd, 4th and ,5th. Limited to ret.rrn.
not earlierr than .uly 8th nor later ?J
thaRI July .12th, 108. A joint age
fee of twenaty-flte (26) cents to be paId.,
when ticket is executed. On ticket'
deposited for extension the valtdatilwi ,'
tfee of twenty-five cents will e nt bee ..
quired. .
Extension-By personally] e:odeoit
ing of ticket with Joint..ageon nio' .
lier than July 7th, no later h :
jlth, and upon paymnof f o f ift:
cents. an extension Inay be aept to
enable passengers to leiae "stoQoa
or before,-Sepenirtber lst, l .t:
For full information, e P lle*ts #
write Frank C.0 lol2ton, .ottastl* '
agent, 138 West Bay street, k
vilIe, Fla. 3w


OhamberlaiW Paint .al.. s
septin limalrerta w satw
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Ieday Ju fternoynR at 2:80 :oaclock e biyh spfca I t raient a sd nteit town weY i *w 4.e $ totwr lo4t M AK OU.

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ANyCfAlSdOinWoENDEcQqour room a0 b pilin4A mto atnd The Ceuteer bheranha bewa MUvery .tflCan4t 0ith id*ft '8tl4o4 that tew 4ctt an W
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ot Rlatwa no more o than wx ios tryet r i"t t" 'e :t o "n 'oy o Tu'a theh ibteiuluy Vtre. bo t$ Oit 6 t ne ht W re d '
i ned, even-ba the I nforlunaDoutene. ay d ,,i, T'r ies 1 Pm ohnd p'4ieg lab I *"' ,bKeI mn ,hrll, 'o 'b
tand hi rel ve nd f.tend e, at 1 0' olckOths e avin Pth In It4 eke m w hoI bIp6 :prbuadAy en toet kQ N1 t,
,an E r in Sro rolmg on of Priadj nce ur Peter pt : d for: a mo fn W a ro at aor4. ccly a yotho^ Iwb Soa im.t Za
iot had been. reached. and, they goUi o king of era, .w3 d, me to oka it re t ta t tw a
ito the. box:f t.he prisonerer, to- e wlh n ~t.reer;t laA.tl io to e $t the wall of..wtMer w o ei t i c s U t tt c p t t
r. .with his "mothe f, :ser by ar etrl olsc. KingE Pe ted.r's f4ath: rWtI be eralde toi agi t *i*oln-g o twn .ad t.k.: out'rt.: .p,-hn'e :e
oer and tlwoofhis u attorney, was &, raindlawr. dthe Montegrins general mountPavI rcdrrC a immense a .reed celeed '.ifo % itthg. debri, .eu Ing r andq We -e
Sin theof t me position. that.Ih n ly, Cvutes '3"1re .:. obef s were vtamsbers on ia creu,-wS tearino t I h e entire absence of prtwer.i fcil#1* 4 t os cAr p Is as..%* Zi6etstreet. ot et
Pen Co nalsde the rAiling, to the ,right of whychwa, beflatg ed ? J tuin 'flI o he tt t flood wetitfor l We o rt n te,.tth Atto,:t:eh
oig table.b d Wheanthe forman of t"e. In lhabmtena speeCir tot o c te-e r..)det4e oet crt4 .,: c r D ...4.t b4 t w d
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but slgnflaontlbit of paper con- hrtues sa brve "of th e lustrius a a : *t i fml t dro e eahed.one latnght-., illpr'r f l n WA
S!'b einnoe m aernion ..1t ," hep anestorI._oe. baa a : fet.er ap::I I 4h a It- aa I ."-Icw; tl:Ai ,l re h nee. .- 4 t o MoI_~".,en b- y e 4 An


dre read c wea and distcnet--mas e wTHsca atn tioivs WoUDt town house of w bram H ened : It w ir exprl tedt ,tallt, ommu#0tio4 tl e o'1e41';..h: h' p/:
nist saccentd wad n littered, amidmea e nt l...t.. n, ght .... wererly emo!oad. tterIoour hj4or*l l wiIth a g #te0 en to qrevair h t e i t h r''ta Se b
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.flch1win4 ad ligbIt,"t4, -,'a,

eerdio wasnon morhe osthIaiteo das tsLuo ey, tot e n a o th o
thonteugrine Rejo-be.he-s appt ,ao d M W. I a_-b e m an fr tous;,4;0_%,I 4 .;t, Zts m t.s-07- lI .p..)












"" .. IfI-I ": t re "id I *tere0t -. o 1n,: "" ,, -m -1. w ; 7;. -,re o ,,: | li '. 0, t .. e i h. .

ed, eve" b the u "t 'o'r to d M con ,, p ne.a w t tUirBa aln d h ea e, h reedene- committee. I OIN SHRDLUUPUPw "When I O.he rd ,hot ..red .I;.:"".?.
ies ever recorded in t e.h -. cry1.. ..I... .
Le county, .an whlih will be r e -'fat.e, pit e eh0ot w Jundzt th- 'w .am t'" enta.eas aile O c o ORt 1e oos bee ni d npr eeI it o* a enpt t of t olr
bered for many yearns of Jake Nayery. ,t ovtraukgofIat hId e to lyk ao t tE i. ano.I er of atx rn t.. M alp. .
Ire was no other business lrans- "Th wai the 'culminat io of ac-lton an a of, waer hot-. l s all n.ary 4ru and ca to th t ie W
i by ths court, but. the ease of ble tr t h& N oh n eo losing P between bat d wa a.b.entf i Portlgnda tte ap dow piled i o ce ori. me tseo n i' ntd os ^t wwo*n Edte,
Svr. Malphoro, murder, wias on- thes partiewa for about s gyera: om te*e Ma wnc aove-ntiuo n s re ndt hersn. : ...e. .. e Ter alo ar of pro.. m.n. I. bfw uth abets aeepro4g
Sd until the next term of court. ttm tlast t eal fTh ima M lshall stole field, who n house was complex telyador tcntea -d r Ot $q ent fth tr')dstu. Mn ec.os
enH oeoupn d n th tri Mr. gan'd 1b .eaar-olded ughter t:op,: p y we s f o itsf ntirn. h ee'-rbe oats. *an '* e street.ath e
sidE JONES' STRONG CHARGE. trftdc for trwi eto ellge to t maarieu min tnea orn P toru nd, Aitt id pIrfe ,f r HrFO OP HePPdea R ttiLOOD. ipoacton ut0 t ( te
g They wP rei overtlas mahoweae, bsp h t'o wnre downed, 'e ..io. of dw e'rt mo prin ha 0oswonweaIth'e Attfi@ '
. .... . W .:,.,y.. .. ._ ;o__ '-, -"" -.Brak#'*" : *l :* W r t. th e. a et." i- i l< :| t je.' ( : t :.- .
ract L.w Uncontltutional-sUrhesd Mt Hogam m and his trle liS and the ms.. Redrteld w:s amons te rtofl .. tea.re ft rt b.. crot e ze x nibu :.4
anveshtdoatione .ce.ln irltwag t *1n away from 1pr be,-ra rCagledi Do Peopte oDlrer p u wJ
rItgomery, Al i., to0 Dp:ty ae7.--strsoTfKINge lhall MIer ndtwa othe~y -ptv ne g r n* e as'so c oe toW"p-ras soo a psibe i' aD o









oases f de tclaron w whicb King Aladr "wp asiat. tn : ..H.l ea ad l ng tccesei eiace sin"lg t iw ,acidgyelt: brs f ,wi g Of me 4 ob0ort, tl De st .ta dI rsp ltc
Ir u contract or0se- a ty a IoMfrw these houte werefW aboto fogr o:a t rpi ebottet'd trc thud telB a T rihet iGe fensasitnt W ;n
tu n o nbca ed__ _nrape w r oes b t t i poin t last ,0 Oountyd $ .un
















prioters r eso butasoh e ld' bloblr4tys above m e us hness. #eser .' m oib. *ndtt o e bidi e 't:t.tOi e of J let mt e a the redt04 lhead :
t wore out a dines ionct- b F ATHE RUO5Wr S WOUND. The hyuse of foram thsosick was/ warei sof to repair both the te flargts thc bzag hWas calad 1hwS


I e thme eAl roteton of the wich tuek Hon1in le uttthed t ran bulep tr w rb toe wot h rd a e i
ses e r recd i- rethe hore jot, Hoa a pro m n "rIea nd wrec ed.- T s c c t o ae d..tP e hear tie tWit otir rd ,i
w tIudes wohi wtaloto l e 71ih7'P cMafrder cat enfUfIarcrdsr:aand
betweenubad p w as abse t Win rtldn t en d n supplies 'tombare ofro. the 'ireckion!0$7 and Jdg e B to'vI*,F te woune
-- 3 .A ."."rL Mdree ndr trng uad #r' h-e w ,nw dsalihe '0 I~~I B I (ot ittrectimns o Ama. a4 1% *?;,4Pj)41ds ee o


'"Ma .vo w I eed, Ner ,ld n b' ri,;
ter on ,. .. e crowd at the Omapeak a: M.W sea eo. bt T etd a r brW A bar 'si' #okI, 'totally bUM'

';of Ralroade $3,000 ,000. h With asWulta robbing W s t house *A a daKi4 her qttoo ea rae. tme $IM, j8ump nt oet Se nWh oeanat '"
t taroe comminson hasmade iy for. t... Sher W th toi- ar +ll wt*ke ofse ..,,
"alo operttng In tohe ntate.. u : 'lmw s meW # ..row e.d...R. RT..R.....o W
etrunksytems
ath.i nlumtis (isaralmla and Xies iun wa ll as teirl o ast ^ g. A e sta l
" sadal M m0m 0 0Great Sout h. J a*~' AtO-J t








$ a loVersity of Vw:gintas Is 0e W SW egtsbi
stta #i., Ir40 part7 were .ther




ten*tMtte his A4hV% 7sfe loeb, Aabfladdior MtCQ*0*9 ^*A^Wt'fS 5
wtZ 1red 24 ntme tu fthe wst srretan or tat flpw - 'WW sQ .s pn 'ooi of
Swi co 4 o hal ts: l8N.. a. ""o ** 1 ***i aSI^ Sis nk ::iaj
MOM? *4
116, A*I * O ret o b AW .*.* .*.,.,. ." . . SK.
B(^^'^;fr^i-, to 0** MAP... ^^ b~ftik S a^ M 'S^ ^ffli^^ ^*l0,~^<^

Oft'' 'lot bd 0** ;-'**' ;**"''*'/**'*if''... 1. * M*- nn^ t* f 1r>l :'^^^i^ -.'.^j^ .'*~'^^'i!/^ ^~"*a^*7'> B?'''".'.?;*"~'.'2 ;*.,.^^ *% 'f.-W f~'5,?"P'*% *1 *- W ";W l<|i>W M*< *W^. V 7 !;lfBi*y*'.i'**'^^^
^K^.^'' *f-^n^ir'^^v:^ ^^*^ ^ .:*\''**~t i~ffr '1 '40^
^P*1?11^^^ti^ '0itir V^.**^li .4 ^^'^ ago:~ 1004.jlt'S 4"|i^ .i i1^
^^^^i~~~~~lt^O 10014M^^ Mg^ -iilj
















".ea m1 r . *4,, M, -N W. YF,'P.


Ss h ommisioe fo Roads


sgowtpA 4p' t fI Atthia meeti 1i^was thoughijthat 44 h o proceedmge ofJastL.j
I ^A 4tfei4 have a regular' io8.. i '.,r, '.,' t,'e. wo" -ta a". 'm0. c o ,, .... 1 proeil nng o
of h' ts" e rs or he fal-. -f school to b, yoi .riv ad b h Ithl e w
Br app /* IS^ Itl Tg 'eiosfieieffrtiononveres ecte


ailinA^1oOld li I i 'l do)n4ed' o disai ~ .iT I tem. O.. the other' eld, e

I CO; n Jfa pno;Wes *ab4fk 4 ? I'hl h)iest esl tItJcred oW h4' heto ueds 9 qa 05diu y .r ^ r4i atz in t uoteir
i"iL Gaie ~vl ,,etik ___r_______s_______ ~res hi rii' "he .money, fo.t Ab..s ,.il- o o
d t^eV n Gaineaville aggiregatiori bo.... "^ ,ard al. lpe in.alt )sagts:afLf.m'] ettllnt4S The meeting wa called to order at
f'Jtot Ue 1' Uo^ PhtaBue MAlsIn' o o^ aliShk:-w^ latt^rest tIast. ebnivie
1':u^4 ;^'b -1iioj;' f + rr.w 4ia," the lasL meeting; a r* ah' d iadfth 't^r
11e S $,1*ieitrat ae4stuJno Stke, Ahhe s papp tis)tng ptiwelpal' MprQgrtp^oAqjft.f jfagjgi g ob
Sand Gentleman, passes Avat'ai o*e agga g a qt.rifl e.o of OountyCOom tiS d Ji fiht"a fit

,I o "u,- ........ egjo b t,^ o1l el!VR!44' ,tlin rWii ai'~J tiirW'^fl t 1dith a
l oxrl d le, t 3 ,t-at. o r ., thspn 1onsdf,.s .7e 4 'ct ... aite sfd ^ar ^ rii u



: ; aiVrt 4f t # p'i! r' ',7Ll *, Rp(si ^M^.a .i hlrds "i; ,kq, rk l*mS~i^aS StarRI lt !..
38lv 0a ,s;.;,2)iLJ4 8.T lo a g4r t aWilUe" t, l' O ia4 :io f
it i t .... .. .






$ir .,l ::MUt ll i 2'*;i,, .I'6I,', I, i I drze^i ^ .ll H t * r IAtle '84y At **^a jcr xw l t le <9L4o) wylat H O ATO F aw$ eh ia u bdienac sba shget reIfpW Cilo in-
()ak;&## 3 pIg#, getm,,8a, .. ....... ye -. nlp.St,,4.n^ ti .,aeu ^6d wil






el5 r m em ber rfi0 .ta til i 4 s .!aBe P I tvi tr o.a s m i t pw; I r sapti dai toei Wh ai Jh # .
.. t t<. W tiJ ii ied hfati i ^n itg fr ussSi ai ^iiJaisr Ie in es i agw ifaqo da tc adhio ite ,1 t he
De41,C1 ,'R ; am(MA Oortl0, .gJulyyhdh[8-l of 8W3or4,ida ;^ .e^asedi^ t. dW**dbi<^- dalo ll






Ng.*- ~ t 1~)l~JII ~ 1 -I O a r1tj f "Vim mot ggu^taa-l tpe ii 150pn !U tGOa th mandar ow n tainnera of that action -n aith u t ry
3a l **;;rune 29.8Q00lyir ft v iS'IU ti l ; hA B o t tw I prog h a t reelud o t
pt h n ilhailrQa.,el-iwf e qf, p!A4 an.e a- etlos .ge .e,:ylit:,d a thsar. Ii d~-" it l da eeet-Ui thleeO m4,rt
tt A MONTL SEI.a8i v4 ll ," fJ Ii. t itu~ .hw'^' tIt" s-i:m l i AP to t !mls f n r"e Itr8tahyiinog thdfai lith taih s
v*A' ^ ^ilabyiild, 4 'lda)f rg M b samel apn ra in ?ld i ?08r ol :-, :1.
Oveievil E+li 4-"Ii-41 1 aUi' s^ior "t bu nhe tae. gr. White irs oneof
o da '.4s ilA4 pre"h/I1 ,, .hpr o0 A .an ~i; ,io re. p i dts Wi l.-nhedlttuh&te t in s b~doniio'n t iy a f,.rms






:-o"- t i'p e i cf.8?'s aJi r,ool. th, iii ,t a t~ f_.IWo tp i l. tW g duti li, When. ocW MfJ t W db tr.it e ion-
0' th i n o ntISdbu~ee j ,0* ^ p ih gn ared wten ash st andii^STh t# .d mste h^py st in;ia ^etu
,.., :i i. tn i r o- u ..r2 ii M a goodiardadfe A0d, c Id f irhe




fl* .... i',n >pl dr th... .. ...s le m:t... xT .f f^e"a'sd :>hniW"ia&tl- Durierg'he,. onillho ll 'xiettsaeb lt-la ii-h
vrd of L 3 a o)e d t he sl l n k ....e 4 o s'<


&7.. .. r ?I ' .....M:r ah es,.o.f-. o; lhown f ers .of that section. wd agpeitt^ ed by IIi -
11 4 18 Wmr .W tolit r WN P Wio rW i ,6 fer.t.yiW ted4I ti h & herdo,
pImh f ':nd' jl / s o 1,:A- tlto enbid 0 W At s : -s ti t t h 0ut ,!O l thi

(*pi ..A Oiei wtiioaA at e,1h of < t t. but the tae. r. White ie 0neof
iMe: r i:tmM Y O





T 3 h AJ ay, Mishesq.ao drj b'1 Aitu oulu are -lw aoide otee hetth
-son i. . *l r' h leh 0c r ^. i^ i rso

sot4l. t t oil el.n a re g oo hee riW idNo-
:urilWl G ievl a pp reg ha l -tfo de d Ah'hionedai ViJiVe lie diw h #ethatAt lis sewetl p~n i ther
!*,ket;Wds J; d M ..~ 0.a3. d P Ao.. ,.,thlbfo. A ia4r, Sp 1,p.,d imp D g #A pgIt5i nl in-




tpoIae- or I atfo p l' i o ) I .Fdfp 171 iao oeal an t o afd



r rwe ( y oniW dr's T t1 a h eares a ierst th e eonin oia at e r1Trn "tit, of tertg t so&"



'stu. n..ohfAWa & hitA.rm,.it ODa en arl.iig"t'... . .. ; o rit5 Y i~ low eo td
adv,.- -h t nm sd nd itr ttwd" '.iRa si rnmF~ji"}' A Itedd lfers j '
.I wi. the a rpo .rer 3 toth-iunning like mad down he street
,tor t os ol s t.A Dd;igr -- -... 8" d b e si I i e s are ible sa nha. s i .ther' o
:.::iii:: l~tte~ii llp t! .Nt,, 'o ,. i~li~Ail Y ~ unnglkemahdonth tre


.. olt.ftT so bh s tw tr., : ,4 44 0ta-.ti-Q l tsa~i1t -' d t. ,,a i k,^as c.. .. n

"J^y^tp .. (.. rA iwl ,i5.A S ---ii*""-. ... -
'With Twle .4t iv, `tw'tAo ll el.f 'tair-iatt l lr eceal .s: ~ ll ..at I tIt, 'e s meetg&t#lr

4Il iiinieidiitt 'u A ofotkll tit u'lltt e tddt t " " p- 4" h
ieS- I^ -r iss LB!,.tf1" 1,i ij e. l^ S r .otSgi .you,:ak hr.' ,.,'tW i fS^r3
t'q iib1 wi ^ ^a^c ii t ki -d.. ^ yae a t eh e ,s pow
phd to a dd a ttt .1A

'is i rtil ea4io-, ai I 4tiI c p
w1. 8od M .1000 k!l~~f~ k;lt., el:tol WHO










IT s IjI
I IMF


p t io z; ) o
1'141? 1 T~la
t r11 1 1' 'l "T!,
) a 1 ha I Pi aid '

tha l.Qs W(as OUlld at* 0 I 4k


4$9T faa t ii k#-t d) ";O
)4y1 'a AI it* n m im
irp yinteo~ or I Harile tia das bla0b *844441
astequ0 e i wrde whc were "
t upmorn Lg, His Honor JuOi

iry the e astte 8or To v9 t(i (
aelnm drwhich wr u artl 4

1f o a1 1 P',
fiwx.l f fati F1.711-1-7 -

r t u in thep o____
it CAI 011Vu 1PPo IV itoM







PA ar: ry R4 'kJa Inent~w






$ #4 4,4*9 *g4%v 4
Vi ?fjlib e e0 VA t4 I .


i LI) p d:t af
4% ,t 1411, ae4 p i t








R., Iat S e4dE4
04 IT 'ru $A4Jifih ",I OWSOroO '00 k









WPMd
for "0 Owa



01.
,i I0WA A**ta0
s ead MOODMeta~ts

UA AM 0., Z- ae re



WNW t hir 91 im p4
ti d ),od(qgyp 7it
ji I` MIR I r %1M nil 1771M sivIpw.T
IP' 99W1914r~~esapre 4Agi
a~~~R tRwt5AdJO*i$4 nrneli~ah



IMP MAW lonauafta VOWf
qq~@4JIM if, Figndton, by vrd ag
444ea4bstWbn wupi Itfoib
14 VA' Whhr wrhlt ttetil
p aspyp4 44cilowak otedesage~r ardlip.
SOe 44A 1,14r tmsla triaw l 9tt
qaused~ j rj I( omedxtitlyt, n pdih t.1 o


toA$
"'th t ?h a.a

Sq eeasbelo 'aI*s ,si ~tit ik it~ *'al@8






~a A w

pt0 miispob ,

haaltl W hearspem t dhin ane # aA
bodv4'att I~o iaytai sel- k t tit tit
##Wdes daed d ian b'dii!
44madiakwe~c aser la ,,does ,:,
























10 e4l 4 or achr Udde

Btwo
W
ma wert Ote or thr,
enthu At weial^ rates:




^:l*^ (Got
d Deatb notees inereted

Jl not accep& mp of a

Oxiesaser La#Ws
the 4.ic-aWeek
stitati^Be.lm 1;ea'r,1; 75*'

* oora one L .W i
l the s temi- ee /
es u e r s,., .. ...1 s


b-,e thesu-+
shlfte roadtjIwithin;:
powers Qf t*reatees
if lgenrolt but of
2d shall extend to
within the speelal
l*i trustees failing
Aesof the position
( uer notte. to
I Boa4 of Ooone~y
l, 411 ^>aiano 0-iow
of Trtqons fromt
UIqed tor theue.
Hloard or Oounsw


oiQa* f '"'" dee t 't iR': +t. Au st of $e:triby : t
p .e.... i rane g 'pot by7W fal h O~t 4 o oe wh4 10



V+I
e at p o oe bas t en ee r T h e N!ew Y o k W o ld sa yo Ii h as ti
t:ghbe tooeR$ ) t i l o ritii w ho, a, the r eed~d of th e b
the we :p a ried ee, co ss, abused P r. Lorenst h




~are,, 1 ,omhoe th b thh et m obNtt o h

S f o 1~%h41,oh se b ri ohas hr
,U woul h1 v u belie pr"'eo;l,,a' 1^lte.lo, e dOA .t t t





,0., a porft:y w^ll hI ,
fore Dlt . o, t eRI. bloodlesss io

he pow##a of the m Me irl she was o comopleto, appVret j o

hSi:preferbl to "sotenpo" that lpoo








W. N on:t pro 1a i
i t g69d 10 the illici saltof
^ p o^^ opstrll .- he ,wchioofy ll edath re.h a ue U .; 4 '^
Oitrib*




,400- ,teol hiet iutd suof ofr,
o ha ]QU atoe om lash tboe n 1d fpt.dot't
00 tte to 010 i






t In 'tIIII ',anu th ,o f i u ty 1t t6e

U ,l< Th county, a h eona gap^ W I



||^ bricks (a chhiolattons oflaw covivtte6^4pig t
Igi l n e t ebd a y of the outy tolid nt'04 o



eIstit^ wY esoppe' ....rO (tit




ryl d akrved hftnd of Dolmtfothvi. II l o4nual re.-


lootor.t, any eleOton
publo roaids within it
I 4lsetriet shall be under
4 t^rol, of ,the 'Boittd
ps~s *Iioer* as is other
bject to the saae lawsa
ilations prescribed for
na, antaxintno0 an4 re.
^^nab t^^i hal)) bi the duty of
on*o bsifoue these Erst
rii* ii eaj)h year. to ore-


tr~ the

r~e.4 4IttrIots

se bywhio
,4~ey, of ~he
~i~peraof the
0% o~I4 elv*-'


y t, ad sger^tythergcinte rate 1,,of
0ille et4 to b a tess t eoo-

year. ab so htate the number
tof naild 4( ro tirac ndthle
gt^*ph )es within hs t4trr tttorial flim.

TJhJs ltemi~se esthimate Wall be 'mide
to; 4plcate', one opy to b led, i6 with
the olk of telat heBoaordo ounty dom-
piftuelors azd on( oo:py with the
Oo' piUller miataktork t9 order he aeses: to
seas ( th ecollesre to 9oledt
arounH legally aasessed upol Shprop
rt 4t he' pedoal t*t road 4.-el at


,Prince Q ien hw-O w
*fle to Aused *fter ablRr

;k. in the winr o'0* :
waes ioh teu^ .,



ftrroit t...... 11
his been an hon4t
;hUiiter of tf e
the cheh:b ad 8t4te' o
work inJthe tgift, ,oth
power wi&h' unifor1 Qonse

tbo' boatnd of tiiuaooo8, 1.l

firt school of seminfaryi
lished iin the 8tte, whioh
held.t ill' itlhei o ie
, t:he wroo
,'. b p iI^t.'i zy 0


,h.i l84ter yto n -



two of 0ho4pVe
*tbr' Phh.h'its,
1 rri don f ;'.I
Al, t C',
t ,b'o.!^;^ ^^^


I .T4~hi~ ~
ot rM~PII~


Stot


Dof,
5 ih6 returuj of
b hthe.1p0e0
ilet .io 1 0, the
T fdabOl or
called far that
*h' eio~kttNof


omtu

revezh


+i '' '^ .^ '.'1 '' ,"


A


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* ,~


Malfested at This MOeti a Qrt the. !Mai eOf
| trvction of' Hard Roada-RepoOt4 f *i-o 0u:s Mny
OfWhich'Wbre EncouragSin rnp eltd sthe
N exft MAeting Place, and ;m i` n w,1 4,,:.
i County CTonuniasionoru and upn' fo be ino po~rated hn t he bfi
od t Oonventio was oa e4 to iut0l M ,bia g' t th :d t y
| le after 9 clock W nreesday us wbhea h bl .ll was ntrodoioed. I
naby Pres49cnt HU. W. Long of rrinednllahat1es pbu a ek
lb y soun.,, in' l. the good a~, wtt ;pL ,"
T y.-ty White of Duval called the ohar o ata1h





Leon-,. 1;:K 01 8L,
Oi 041'T111, 0 6, 0, :




oti.e H. Waon e rteln; taJ t I An t 4

wIn0; 'Na6 ret.ay--W W.FO Whit nI, ab i 4 n






i~; a M~v,' ,. ;~,~t .lot,
A. i lliDe al ougn, y; Es oam-. wts knob .it'ns npto i^ion tjtth
tHob, A. W h W. A.Q helbyv J. i to r lt t o iXkz t^h
h^wo'toM. 0. Bofra *ot;Durl- oIan a o~ed'1 n; t^


a as ivoll, bPreyto OaathRur hi ? ote o A
S., 16 '- 'W. We, t M rio ;oae ld
14loger, E.L. Waterman"'0 :Or,Ag e l ; ou kq Mt. Mttle beh
h, A:.G.a Bra)ham; ,b 1tir-4-. ve rgb e i ne nb^pof(!Le
Oro; 0M1di8on-. 0. Iafell 1ea 'A'b- edth i 4^^^









i'^^.^ -:.t 'o'tct eWeod r ,ad;;- .o
^:^th''.^^i^'^t^:00A A4.
ill 441 6^^r' *;:60^ li :


r;;odelfta0 brief ep6^t' of out te ZietQnI'
Ipaer a en44ls te .n s Ieslvyhe
mother beigon plrovialone made by elde for ciepwh 'or
convet to Isi-rge pon its 'ae t'oi les ui4te to b
Sandk to prTeulgatMe $ sa e roa:. The 8. P d(W
6ugholo the Btte, -I' pepaRe4 an he Prish b1)povp
res 'to tthe people of \FMprid, es- sd of eount~es I ea
i|y~ td the several Boards of Conn* fr hisOq elections '&be$.
ommim~el8nrp, B3oards of 't r4e, r a4 ustw, prescri
4 Roads A&speasions amd oth~ eir )b pwer*. ala4 lo e
0 e" .oanai#444 s of 'w d lo ai u n 0tti( l
agtbt of ,ve Leisauws an bed entate intoth

eity, s^,biey and tijty of f p

t 14 prin 04,u awd maie a 160. 1,
-. 'eito I tie< u;,,i .
iatged 1. oopip to ,t)l eipi ot h*ve ^te,4^ A
thee. 04'" theM 4tAg oft e 4
(ture the Directo of P bfX ndw i we a:
v th6re6en 44 the twitalie we 1i O p il
I jwtfjNi Q^^- f^^ *^

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.th -gg eapr an d itleg VIng vre f 1dTerod LJ1J S O be 4 4.ivdl Wh
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th9rotd 4 e% S~tihn] 14Vi^4 rgt ad r.iitp as tlhaiBtl> -leve .,4 be a actvets .s
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w tt e b edK p9 tfd!a o'eloe a W.0g4fe-"of m AAve 4 o 1 1 iaw A4
counter." With that Eas n l *b^im^^o- 6t i- as crw 4 6t1- jt ttlempt i; g, sq S
the bar, going a:hxidetisotii'Ater and /N'^NlNii**:'edttIo p t^taE wt.#a b e doI

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Hi inas1 mnerhet -of Higt

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S tors to ane e yesterdl
to .. f oebele was
Slpg relatives anid friends iii the

11. Kelnard and E. W. ?iliean,
-two of Wald0os citisus, were visitors
to Gatoeswjlle Monday.
W. Small, mOnager for the branch
torp of H. 0;, *arker at H.age, is in
thoecy attesdiug'court.
UiN alt^ r Zryant of Micanopy, one of
the t odes growers of that 'section,
smong hevisitor to the Central
Clty on Monday. ./. ,- .:
myed-w-0ow *an Calf, red- and
A bt spotted. ReWard for ihforzma-
tie Xte ing to, recovery of ame. F. .
Whesttone. daw, -
aJudge. A. Bexey of High Springs
iw the elty yesterday and showed
his 0appreation of a good gilug by
su6bIrnk for The Sun for a year.
Cto, formerly count taxf c l-r
ltor, bt ow a prosperous farmer of
the Forest Grove section, is in the dity
m ig i large number of friends. -
. Tcker, member oft the firm
Tcker & Roland of Newbarry, i inn
t y attending ourt. He is pne of
the witnes e in Kthe Easterlin-Clark

We were informed yesterday by -.Dr.
Zl. ontgomery of, Micanopy that a
iie and eertaln cure forotyphoid fever
W;."'stolineemulsion -Hei, ays that
4it sue. and ean be tru tedo" ".
T.p report of the 'First.i national
Bnk "of Gainesville, which was. pub-
lle ..in The. Sun of the I4th. nst.,
"shows this great financial inst it'ion
t0 Joe in a flourishing condition .
'Suiprintendent .3 M. .GuUIliamns of
the ast Fl~orlda Seminary h-s gone to.
In",tveiiuess, whqre he w'tl be absent

.the iuoer normal at that o.
M!rs. J. F. MeKinstky, fr, afete a
-i pleasant visitor s eral to a-
s ve nd friends in $ew Oeleans, re-
t, urned to the oity last Satirdy., much
-.-top the delight of her.numerous friends.
Capt. T.-H. Richardson, yardmaster
at, Tampa,.- is visiting his family in
--'-iiH south Gaine v lle. He ihas h hundreds
-,fai : ftrlends in this city, all of-whom are
always glad to see him and learn of 1i*

X: --.- ,.... Oampbell of AAachua rwas
''i.among the visitors to th ,oaunty capi-
i'tal on IMonda He is one of the val.
Snzed subscribers of The Sin and says it
4.lgzsoinething that *he 'could' not well
';ige Mlong .without. '.. :
.-. ..Dr. -T1jtiton PierSOin departed yes-
Ste*ay for a business ti'ip. to Williaton,,
where he will spend the next week.
He has a large amount of dental work
in that. section and expects to coin.
S.p-let-tis within a wcek or ten days.
| A. B. Ohitty of Micanopy, one oi the
m niembers of the enterprising firm ol
-OChitty & 8on, was among the visitors
-to Gainesville on last Monday. H-
^- say.i that the trucikers are now receive.
,i,,niretiurns for their cantaloupes and
me:,, lons and that trade has greatly in.
n.i- n ase during tho !sI t few days. I1
-i -' romindns 6ne .o1 the "'good old' daysa,".
S..Ohas.Eddy, aeompanied by his ea
I. timable wife, of-Orange Heights, were
In U -::itle. city trading yesterday. Mr
| ~|,,Edd:y is -propristor of the large aav
lwmill at that point and keeps the plan
,m1anng continuously to supply the de
,a a|i :fOIr lumber. He will shortly pu
^ BIn Pland.. single machine, anu


peots to largely Inorease his-busbinea
$h those new imipr ovemets W
rl Moltgomery of Mricauopy waw
| d^ Jy th y felterday. He has closed i
o'. p Itt i i..thte 'job department ol
be Sun tosnefor him .a pamphle
dh Wytrefat all the various dit
Is.ti, ig g in tmany- instance
presor pti on for their cure, I
..lb one of the "moet interestitj
a ever published in the State am
b valuable acquuistion to al
-ol4. ,A lirge number of half
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am he lrs $ the nad to oendoMe sti ao ol $4tle uoard Meon 0owo-4Play to
.. d.to, s". s of Oot o ioes in o ing T-ay. w -h..
D.h T Eone te: onthe war, oe of the ol.e. o...tab d: t..
i...t.so. to ( le yestray. ...... t.e ete in4 aof the The ch lemai ni td e ta ement.-l GpOOaainItvile whoent up I es 4Pt thI
OI-. L Thir.-pin f Walp, foro manj 5bt a 1i ~n8 Inthe' i ea thae olhposey of er. aod-tkinas.. Dto thezg w*e she n net. thi.- se o.

umerof friend. L, wi. headquarters atf i.h ob- ts above stated. score of.. to 4.
rep"Oro forg wa* tn nesvirin for a fe Resolations were offered by the com-
I. In Stokes, Io ie paop g yestqrdy. $8 was en route to mittpeosanro adopted as folo nly The stick work of the 3ainesvilie

Hle y moed hrs th resaindr ot1e air of ohr county thae the moral and prolu pg 5he game wepe made, while OIle,
eWl,. l" be-.-hhee ".thetm,.ider of! A :te sion te : gor,esrsiv s nd m.ifepin d byotr ad Kepd, Staples, Freemand and 0 ne
h ieet, $ f ws rtue to loe on of his valuable recet election for selling or not serl- deron all made twohbaggers, and An-
isitor top Gineaville .ys~ttrda.n He, animal died of afoabove a whe skey le hsel. making oned hree-baggeor
as a large nnntber of a-cuaint ices.,a onlya shorp Second. That those who w:..d de- Fod errors were made bf the, home
he Oentral City who are slwr glad -t grade oh r cities af d townoaby drinking team, while the Thnip obn~,tno

o meet bwl.. A se..o$h nu.~.swo id -l be oj saloons are few compared to the whole played an are opt errorIese game, Jusl

.Th. '2isitor. to Gone.ile dele.k is T erd n esvisle rn "n-mt e mae iplegaolly.. o" se ademen t b. o Ie th ealh sawes t he tome oys tme
"daSy. He aas ong the number of do"te4hby ev.Bbahy' i to0t Lvetor to the who a re wiin o county. Bo playerh up th ..... Gain-a"ille
enewais to The Sei sl" t ed b l fne .haohns" order, peace and happiness of their had put their men down int one, two
a. G. Wept, who has been 1n the c e Stpo, the genoalt arshalnd1 town for a few more dollars, regardle a m order, but the third was not brought
or the poso se~vir s tt~iendind": :th m deputy aherif of Micatnopy, was among of whether they boar a whiskey flavor until they had succeeded in scorih.a
ecir theprat s reveral .out, lendn sg the vsaltors firom the Micanopy Section or not h Be it therefore The boys jm.,p from Tama to nLhve
*eday o0L1ke B tle, go-ernme on Wevner of rain hand tha Resolved. That we heartily endorse Oak and will meet the lawyerss on
e will a Lake fulr." r be.e.., farsMers are- heed o y r idh hl athe aeion of our County Commissiou- their diamond there this -fteroon for
.. ....f.. few light showers wpuld be h so- ers in offering a toward of Wth for the a series of two ghr~ eso wheno they will
.Wt sen f the ne r es-. arrest, -with evidence 'to onviet, of return to th ity to practice up for
ortas taooseanb of ayhs uflte eth e. h -W. .. ..o., oneb of the leading m~er any one illegally selling' alcoholic the league games to star off o- t.he
asny .a" fdv i~nee b h hahts of Ahi-teus, ws a visol-itor to the stimulants within our .Count. Be it 2oth s
refused handsome offer for the oty yeser4 y u.e say that Alaca .further Cnsidering' that the Gainevie
dal, which died frop pcngesion. t is still on the ~nllng boom- and the -aResolved, That the people of Mioa- team has not played together and that
The sork of removing the old Oak farmers ofthaA seetton all have gord nopy will supplementthat amount with Tampa has been playing sall for a
ie p ,g se or te g ern oro., h re baly in ne. rain, 25 for the arrest, with e videne to month or the work donehere
rerd rs., f gg il of -- Quite d a alotp were coholie stimulants within Pre ct beating the record of JackponseIle and
mpleted within the next few day. on West Main street yesterday 10. Lire Oak.fsoe
Arg. 0.artebu-r. onte row the nt.r- onby a. Hosetd.f ,ws b eaih-m .t was mov 8ed a .d ....e4 that ah .ze om i, -"
rii acize ns of, N etihG one oe the bu bgy t pa eosov e ie y befre of theser eltns be fun i shed the BAND MAKINT FINE PROGRESS.


Aftemr some further- ita idcussi the The Gainesville Band is now prac-


rgest houses n the ast w abo o ind up his ship of 3.K. Abramstoinsrct them, ad
no has many friends in this section melons, but bas succeeded in selling Premier De 8@ell Noitifies l..Owr HIE he is doing the work in a manner that
hboare alwapt glad to see him. a good many .arloads.. during the sea- of H garian Diet they are well pleased with.

"vrZ. Parkers, one of the enterprise son .. .. , t, They propose within the neeta fe
rlnes men -of Lacrosse, was among Reev. andMrs J. C. Ley will cele- ls aloho und dtoant et tlasat hes weeks to give an open-air concert and
. v.itors to Gainesville yesterday rate their golden wedding .t their ten iel s reeatont to i will keen the program upfor the en-

'hisa, waS, his first visit .in several .home in Micanopy on July 4th. They P~rcl. Jse.ph on Sunday last and tire summer should the attendance
months and he. notes with pleasure wiltlbe at hone to their friends fron'l0 .thathis e~l~~atty had accepted t warrant.

hat the city is on the steadyincrease La. .. m..to 7 p. m. The reception will be Report that tUhe cabinet intended Little Toe Qut Off.
Dr. L lne, formerly f held from 10 to 11 a. mn and a piCnio rCeutng had been In elrculatIon prio- Svet rT
rosse, but who is niow a citizen of andspeeches will be had immediately to the assembling of parliament, Sylvester Tinsley, a colored brake-
brovidence, ..Columbia couny, as after. there was considerable tension in the manemrployed on the A. U. L. train
rmong the v-i'tors to Ganeoul- Tuy *s- Misser Luc Abbo-tof S..-Augustine house when it ansembted. The en- between High Springs and Rochelle,
"oang t. The otors t gan e sil l Te Misses L ry ot Au gs tine trance of the premier was th agu yesterday happened to tte misfortune
Lay', The Doctor is a great baseball and Sallie Perry ofR oelleo who came for an putbu-~st of ceers from lew sup to have one of his little toes severed
nthGiasG t ad has -a b other playing to 'this city for the purpose ofattend- porters, while the opposition resorte by the frobut whee of an engine. He
n .the GainesLe nine. tIng the sad funeral of their uncle, Dr. wth scoffing shout of "What a harpp had attempted to step on the pilot in
After a vacation of several weeks J. D. Stark, have returned'"o their re- tarewell!" front of the engine when his foot
,. 0Lynch has resumed his brokerage spetive homes. While hefie they were The premier said: slipped and the front Wheel passed
business. Mr. Lynch has been engag- the guests of the family of e01. E. 0. "I have repeatedly set forth t over it. He had beenon the runfor
id in the business here for several F. Sanches. ., pranciples and! views which have gu!- only two days and oa unaceustomer
eams, and has always enjoyed a imost 0*,. Chitty, member of the firm of eilmy policy in regard to the opot to the leap attempted, The wound
latter g trade. i t was on account of H.. Chitty & o., deartd-yestr- to ane by obatructlnmaLs tC L
















-te army bL On hse occasz.aseed .Phi

) ffce that he temporarily suspended ing his absence his position will be prevailed among all tt~ factrs oa- a Proainent Visitor Here.
business, but having caught up with filledby Master Vernon Chity, one of cerne, as such harmony ano longer ex AmP h rominent it
Swirk i the land office he will the ballet" but best saesmen in tI tndered my relation to mong the prominent visitors in
again make his regular weekly rounds. the State for his sie." k I on Sunnay and his meaety hia this city is Hon. Ti F. West of Milton,
IrdofThursdcgp af4D Su.tm: R M. Ohamberlain of Traeomna ws been pletatd to accept 1it. I beg the Who is attending the Convention of the
7'R. March and I. W. Griffin of a visitor ato Gainesville yesterday. houis to adjourn pentne tahe frt County Commissioners- and Good
ighSprings paid the Central City a He aystat the vegetablesof hisse- nof a new abinet Roads Association Mr. West is a
member of the Legislature from Santa
thort business visit yesterday. tion have about all been hipped, and W Ce ea onty ,d during e session of
r. A. Lin day of Jennings Lake, one that only a few e plants remain now hatta gae, Juo .--Th that body ust closd made a most ex-
of the prospdrous farmers of that sac to go forward. Goid prices were re- anrd .lutacturiag company cellent record. He is not only a goode
, was among the visitors to Gaines ceied by the rowers, however wch ha a clothing fact hr, and faihul repreenaiveof hi e
villo yesterday. throughout the entire season -- .te- cAthers two at Atlanta and oi pt e but also enjoys the distinction op-
3J. Hodges of Tampais in thi e city- Caitalied at $0,000000. Ma t e s d do ,4 coold a
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visiting his brother, Dr. J..H. Hodges. Denver June 17.-Papers prepared. la und one root ke. T successful attorneys in his secin of
Heis in the railway Omail service with hero to 'be filed in Wyomiing of the t--s endthe slanti at Ata a h.n
lheadoarters at that lace. Sonoaa. Chhulrsua .and nterey rail.- ll nbe oitsmantledo g rea ed t ry.


, Seter, th genial and and- r ca $20,000,000. promo ng a Election atRe..
soe editor of theHigh 8prings- tars are mostly residents of Denveer. t rn wll sire em1tOa .t t Prof( M. 0. McIntosh arrived in the
some -editor of the HIgh Springsvror.* ha gon t- 1,000 People. "
nit paid the city a visit wednesday Th- Mexican govenY es has given city yesterday with the returns from
ant aderthissa s ple dnt ala. e in valy a s ln d Three Killed by Efevator, the sub-chool district- of Rex. There
Watetman Johnson of Mioanopy roads. The Rio rlnde. Railroad and Talladega. Ala. J3u 1 17.-. ,; was a very light vote polled :at the
visitedthis city Wednes(1,y. He was Metallurgical company. which recent- Jons. LukeiMc' lla an d Watt r l, Plae, as there was no opposition to
accompanied by his little son, Master ly ,was incorpOrated In Artzonm with the latter a nero,' were IktS the trustees and no .interestuaken. D.
Call, wh camne aloiig to spend the day. ,0.000000 capit ,t i an adunct m- furnace hera An eI*vator h. o C.- Mclntosh, 8.-D. Till an and J. L.
Sh ty ny. It as just completed arrange* eId In the abaft and the three ass Townsend were elected trustees.
n t h menta for a 10000,00,ooo gold bona l" were endeavoring to dt tidmitted o theBar
.ABShaw ot Ward Cityis in the 'Aemior tfo 'p ~ o fe- but.s lIt.- ble whm the rope broke Admitted o th Bar.
city ttending court'; He is one of the ing works and sleveloplntf mitiag prop Ttor aind its oeuPnts aola Ltta dent A. o.f itarke, apro exant g law
turpentine producers. of that section rtes it !ow .ontrols. of te. dentof rkewasea
and says that his still is now produe- .. .. day and admitted to practlee in the
ing .large amount o epirts. Wore lntird or- 400,0W0 Posae inClose Pursuit o.aurts of Florda.
J: W.Wll~us, one of the enterpris- ". an. June t.I.e Brael co Oasow., Mont e -- repol In his examinationMr. AdkIa show-
ing- tUerchint of Wade, ris visiting emaikable ab i ,nd expert ened
lgd in the r ta He also has a th st 0 th i it lawyers sa thato will make a mark
briaends In the rtylonthe also as .a iI :t ~ in the practiseof Ftorida.

rvrtand sa isnthiat business athe two th O g to u t h it the have s1 M8en

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