Title: Gainesville daily sun
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 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 29, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01910
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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ies lo giereby ten that the 16follo* n esi n t ted 1ying and
. lzg i thie county of Alachus, Stateof Florida, AU be sold" plo atiou
I ftrot of the courthiuse door on Monday the tO ay of J Iy, D. 1g3'
A QGidnsviI~e, Fa., in cunty of A1M *a, or so siw; UiVtu;6"terc,>f 1-
Sto pay the amnt de for tae ad cost erein Bet opposite to the
4neO, together with costs 't salte and ad4verti$ng.


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lot 8 block 12, lot 1 block 13, lot
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town of Bell.... .. ...... S25
Lo4t 4 block 1 town of Bell........ 25
i Lots 8 and 4 block 2 town of Bell 25
SAll block 4 less lot 3. ........... 25
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t Lots 3 and 4 block 7 town of Bell 25
W9 Lots 2 and 4 block 9 'town of Boll 25
? Lot.4 block 10 town of Boll...... 25
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Lots 2,3 and 4 block 13 town of Boll 25
Lot 2 block 14 town of Bell.. .... 25
Lots 2 and 4 block 15 town of Bell 25
Lots 2 and 4 block 10 town of Bell 25
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Sw 74 yards s 101 yards c 74 yards 15
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a 17 yards, w 140 yards, n ,17
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i..:yards. e 35 yards and n 35 yards 15
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80 W J Cannon.,.. 305
120 W E HIodge.. 3 91
38 Milton Hodge .. 1 49
40 W E Hodge.. .. 1 49
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AD itl ONA .SO$BS0RIPTIONS.'
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3 ... 3 7 16 120 W. Bay.. ... 3 532 in h m stry Mater of Heirtng r
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10 8 10 160 RJack JLPolkn .. .. 30 L. M Mcormick......4....,. 1o00
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4. 8 16 80 H C artery. . 4 78 C. T. Shaer..... ....... .........



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......... 8 8 16 40WR H Camp.... 2 00 Ben K. Thrower...............100
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.10 8 16 80 H C Carter.... 2 53 R.T. Schafer....................50
............... 13 8 16 79 M L McCombs .. 2 53 R. B Livingston................
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of se%........... 13 8 It 100 T L Brown ... -318 J.C. Balis...................... 25
14 8 16 160 J C Knight.... 218
." ............. 18 8 16 80 J C B Thomas .. 218 Do You Enjoy What You Eat?
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S38 of se% ............ ......
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lot ru .n 210 fee e 210 feet a
210 feet and w 210 ieet .. .....
Commencing 100 feet n of se corner
of block %8, rune e 150 feet, n 100
feet, w 150 feet ad a 100 feet, sub-
division of Whitscone Est part
section. .. .. .. .. . ..
Ne, of nw ...... .. .......
10 acres in nw corner of nw/ .. ...
Lot 5 block 32 in nw% of nw4.....
Nw% of sw4. .. . ....
Commencing at nw corner of Henry
Edwards lot in se8/4 of nw%, run
n 110 feet, a 00 degrees e 100 feet
a 110 feet,n 60 degrees, w 100 feet
Lot 4 block 1 High Springs..
Commencing at saw corner of lot 2
block 6, run n 200 feet e 100 feet
a 200 feet, w 100 feet Fairmont
Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 block 16 Fair-
mont ......... .............
Block 17 except lots 1 and 3 Fair-
mont ... ... .. ..
Blocks 52, 53, 74 and 75 Higa Sprgs
Lot 2 block 148 High Spqs......
Lot 6 block 117 High Springs ....


WI,' of lot 4 block 107 High Springs
NI/a lot 2 block 127 High Springs
Lot 2 block 5 r 3 Santa Fe ...
S, of lots I and 2 block 3 r 2
Santa Fe... ... ... .......
Commencing 60 sw of ne corner
block 4 r 1. Run sw 25 feet nw
60 feet, ne 25 and so 50 feet Santa
Fe ... ... .. .. .. ... ...
Lots 3 and 4 block 1 Whetstones
add to High Springs .. .. ......
Lots 1 and 2 block 3 Whetstones
add to High Springs ...... ..
Lots 1, 2 and 3, block 10 Whetstones
add to High Springs .........
Lot 15 block 6 Whetstones add to
High Springs .. .. .. .. .. ....
Lot 1 of e/% of block 10 Pattons
add to Iigh Springs .. .. ....
NI,' of lot 5 and lot 6 block 8 Pat.
tons add to High Springs......
Lot 2 Block 11 Pattons add to High
Sprngs . . . . . . . .
Lot I block 142 Gibbs aaa to High
Springs . . . .. . . .. .
lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, block 150
lots 2, 3 and 4 block 154
High Springs .............
Lots 2 nad 3 block "A" and lots 5
and 6 block "B" and lota 1, 2, 3
and 5 block "G" and lot 1 block
"H" and lots 122 and 14 bl.1k "1"
lot 6 block "N" Putch and Clay-
tons add to IHigh Springs ., ...
Lot 4 block "G" Futch and Clay-
ton's add to High Springs ....
Commencing at nw corner of ne'
run s 1320 feet to Moores line e
100 feet a 103 feet to initial point
a 97 feet e 10 feet hi 9T and w 100
feet. ... ... ....... ... ....... 3 8 17
9 acres in aw corner of sey of sey
and. 8 acres in se corner of swl,
of se4 ... ... ...... ... .. 3 8 17
Commencing at se corner of Toby
Adams lot run w 35 feet ne 60
feet and 60 feet to beginning.... 3 8 17
Commencing at se corner of Toby
Adams lot run w 35 feet, ne 60
feet and 60 feet to beginning for
1001.. .......... .. ........ 3 8 17
NNw/4 of sw4 and swy of nw/4... 5 8 17
S/ of s%, .... .... 817
N', of u,4% .. .... ... ... 6 8 17
Ne04 of nw%.................. 10 8 17
W1 of nw%4. ....... .... 12 8 17
Ne*4 of ne4 ... ..... ......... 17 8 17
Wyi of nee% and e%. of nw4.. .. 20 8 17
EFI of sw% s of railroad ........ 28 8 17
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3 less loto 2, 6, 7-and 10 and block
12 Is lst 7 and block 13 ands 14
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W N Camp .. 665
WV H Camp.... 2 )8
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Unknown...... 3 91
I J Fowler.. ... 5 65
W N Camp 7 68
A L Eddison... 1 32
Jane Johnson .. 1 32

J F Kinghten .. 2 78
Jane Weeks ... 2 61
J S Bailey ... 1 32
Co Gen' Phos Fla 5 65
J D Rogers.. .. 4 78
Co Gen'l Phos Fla 4 78

Co Geni Phos Fla 5 95
Co Genl Phoa-.Fla 21 13
C; C Pearce .. .. 2 18
C C Pearce .. .. 132


' A B Smith .....


34 7 17 R A Lamb ...
36 7 17 40 Anddrson and
Newberry ..
1 8 17 10 J Underwood ...
2 8 17 Mrs M G Webb.
2 8 17 40 J W Childs ....


2 8 17 Jno He ..
W H Pratt


J E Morgan....
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Unknown .....
J W Childs ....
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M A Parrish ...

B E Leonard ...


B A Thrasher ..
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Jno Williams ..

J W Patton ....

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E W Clark t...

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D H Dunn ....


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17 lenry Sales ...

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A 1R Jones.. ... 2
T J MeKinney .. 5
Alex Bradshaw.. 2
L C Cracy.....
Lewis Edwards 3
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M 3kCaalin .... 5
M Phillips .....
Exelr Phos Co .. 14
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much good. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is
the remedy that every one should take
when there is anything wrong with
the stomach. There is no way to
maintain health and strength of tminit
iand body except by nourishment,
There is no way to nourish except
through the stomach. The stomach.
must be kept healthy, pure and sweet,
or the strength will be let down and
disease will set up. No appetite, loss
of strength, nervousness, headache,:,
constipation, bad breath, sour risingso
rifting, indigestion, dyspepsia and all
stomach troubles are quickly cured by
the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Sold
by Bodiford & McCoilum.
HE FELL FROM TRAIN.

Wilbur Perkins Victim of Accident
Which Nearly Cost His Life.
Wilbur Perkins, a white boy who is
employed at the plant of the Success
Ice Company, in attempting to alight
from a moving train of the Atlarntice
Cost Line yesterday afternoon, fell
from the platform and came near be-
ing ground under the wheels.
The practice of jumping from mov-
ing trains at the junction has been
practiced for some time, and it is a
miracle that the place is not the scene
of many accidents. There is a city
ordinance against this practice, but it
seems impossible to enforce it.
A Splendid Remedy.
Neuralgic pains, rheumatism, lum-
bago and sciatic pains yield to the
penetrating influence of Ballard's
Snow, Liniment. It penetrates to the
nerves and bone, and being absorbed
into the blood, its healing properties
are conveyed to every part of the body
and effect some wonderful cures. Mr.
D. F. Moore, agent Illinois Central
Railway, Milan, Tenn., states: "I have
used Ballard's Snc.v Liniment for
rheumatism, backache, etc., in my
family. It is a splendid remedy. We
could not do without it." 25c, 50c
and $L00 at Johnson Bros.
FLEET-MEETCALF.

Former Y-oung tady of Florida
Wedded to Man in Massachusetts.
Married, in Cambridge, Mass., June
16, by Rev. W. N. Mason of Epworth
M. E. church, Fred H. Fleet to Miss
Beulah Metcalf, formerly of Hawthorn
and Rochelle.
Mr. 'and Mrs. Fleet will..reside on
Hancock street, West Somerville,
Mass.
(Christian Advocate and Leesburg
Commercial please copy.)
Kodol Gives Strength
'y enabling the digestive organs to di-
.st, assimilate and transform all of
'ie wholesome food that may be eaten
;,to the kind of blood that nourishes
Ihe nerves, feeds'the tissues, hardens
1tne muscles and recuperates the or-
gans of the entire body. Kodol Dys-
pepsia Cure cures, Indigestion, Dys-
pepsia, Catarrh ,f the Stomach and all
stomach disorders. r.Sold by Bodiford
& MoCollum.
Will Celebrate the Fourth.
The good people of Arcadia are going
to demonstrate their patriotism on the
Fourth of July with a big celebration,
and are arranging for one of the "big-
gest blowouts" that town has ever
seen. A large poster which has been
received at this offlee bears the infor-
mation that the feature of the day will
be a big barbecue, and that enough
meat has been supplied to feed ten
thousand people. The program will
comprise athletic games, a balloon as-
cension, a grand parade of cowboys
and other features.
As isusual with the people of Ar-
cadia, they propose to handle the cele-
bration in a first-elass manner, and all
who visit the South Florida town are


assured of a big welcome aPd plenty to
eat,
For Ovyfi Sty fwars
Wrs Winulowl oistbszW Syrop has


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f ne% .and s of. ne 4..... 31 7 18 80 lnknon Co..... 3 531
Sne'/4 and se'/4 of ne% for
...... ...... ...... 13 6 18 80 Fla Comn Co.... 2 83
of se ..... ........ 32 6 18 40 Unknown. .... 2 48
Of SW/4 and e% of. ... 35 6 18 20 Unknown lt ..... 3 0
~tes in Atkinson grant as de-
4e in deA bool: 39 p 5906.... 7 18 100 J R Lites .... 08
:se ... ... ............ 3 7 18 80 Unknown..... 3 01
w ...... ........ 1. 7 18 0 V 1I Eills....... 2 91
of ne .......... ........ 17 7 18 40 Jack Elliott 132


or Ine% and w/. of sw/4 of
-i.t4 and wi/2 of nwav of swo
a of nw4.. ....... .......
l^ Wi2 and wi/ of ne% .. ..
oIf ne% and e% of se ...... 2
.' ... .. ***.-.. .. .. ... ;
Sof nel4 and ne of nwI ::
:'1' 2 and 5...............
ofneo',' of sw4 and s/, of nwi/,
.o e% ...... ...... ..... ..
eof ne%. ...... ... ......
4 of nw% .. . ......
'cres' in sw corner of n/, of ne%/
iwl4r of -nw..... ............. ..
Seo4 of se/ of nw4.. ..........
'y* and se of lot 1 block 2 of ni/
of lot 5 Alachua.. ..........
W% and seoY of lot 1 block of ni/
S'of lot 5 Alachua fbr 1901.. .... I
Lot'3 of ne4 of neo .. .... .... I
Cunomencing 40 chains sw of nw cor-
ner of Carvin grant and run se
100 chains :.w 60 chains, nw 100
chains and ne 60 chains......
NI/ of ne/4.. .......... .....
N o/ of-lots 1 and 2 ...........
- Sw/4 of ne. and nw/t ot se and
ri/, of swi/I of ne/. ....... ]
1%/ of swv4. .... ... ... ...
Ne .of swl4 "and nt/, of sct ....
NeO/ of sw% or n'/, of lot 3...... 2
S a of se/ .. ... ... .. . ... 2
a 1-5 of se8/ of swC I .... ...
Lot 3 less 25 acree. to Youni4r1ood
S4% of nw/s less 10 acres in se cor-
ner .....
n of ne%...... .. .... ... ...
EN of ne....
Nw1/4 of ne4 ..... .........
Eyg of nw%1 and ne',/ of sw' ....
Lot 12 of the Haile estate .. .
S/ s of nw'1 of swi,;..........
Sw O4 of ney. .............
Ne4 of ne%/......... .....
Wi/4 of se'/, of no el wa/, \/L, of
ne 4/ of sel and e,' (A I nwi of
sel/. . ....... .. ..
ne, of sw% .................
E% of n ................
EI, of nwi of sw .. .......
W\/, of nw% of sw'/ and n',. of
sw1/4 of sw 1.. ...... ... .
S,' of se% of sc/.. ... ... .....
N1 of swf/v and sw\\l of sw' ....
Lot 1 subdivision Trapp Et .....
Lot 3'and nei/ of nw/t ........
Lots 9 and 10 ........
N 3-4 of ne% of no' ..........
S, 1 of nwy4 of nwl,' of nwV!: :.11d
ne,4 of nw/ of :\' .. .
Nw/4 of Be...........
Si/ of se/ of se'/ and no',, of seo,/
of se 4 .. ... ... ... ... ... .
Lot 7 .... ..... ..............
S/ of nig fract in grant.. ......
Soe4 of ne'% .... ...........
Lots 62, 63 an 4 Q4............
Lots 65 and 66 Palmer. ....
NeCA of S/ ............ ....
SI/2 of swiA of sw% 01 pe/l of s50
Si% of se 1 .. ... ... ... ...
WX', of ne4 of nw/ and swal (ofI
ne1%, of sw'4.. .. ...........
SeO/ of ne4 of nw'A .. .......

Se', of se/4 of nw''4 of seo' annd
ne/ of neti of swA of se'/ and
n"! of nw4 of neo and In'/> of
ne' of nwl4 of neVt and nw( '
of ne/4 of sw4' of se% .... ....

Lots 2, 3, 4 and 6 block 6 Archer

Lot 1 block 14 Archer .. .......
So' of ne/4 of nw4 .. ..........
8' 1 of sae% . . . . ........
EL,. of ne4 and nwi4 of ne' ..
Sell of se5 in grant.... ....
C'lnunencing at se cor of ne'
I'm n 694 8 feet w 627 feet s
4094'I feet and e 627 feet .
o ', ofne/4 . . . ...
E1', of se1% .. .. ..........*


- .Nw". of sei/ and n1/z of sw/4 and
sel% of nwy4 .... ... --* *
ee,,t of nwy... ... ...... ...
E ':. of II'el/...... .; ...........
All . . .. .. . . .... .. .
e8 of se 4... .... ...
5 aeres in sw corner of se/ of sw1'/
Lots 1 and 6 als6 commencing se
cT oiler ..... .... .. ... ....
run n 40 chains, w 20 chains s
I) chains and e 29/ chains .. i
| (.; and nwi,4 of. ,Bse4. .. .
Sw and si/ of nw/ and nw, of
-lv s of river... ... ..
S -'; of nw and' e% of sw'4-s of
ri _r .s '. .
w of nel' and ea/ of nev% w of

xv, of ne/4 .
of .. .. .. .
1 of sw/ and nw%4'of ew4/...
,: of nwl/ anid ne%, of SWV4 and
F K"" ^of se''. .;.......... ". ......
E fs: of swie .. .. ..,.
\i -1 o5 s,14 andi nw1'a'd ne1'4 of
e '~ a oforiver.f... . .......--"
Sof se% .... .........
a- of ne4 nfnd, t ned of nw
o"d wf/2 of nw a-nd nwi4 of
"WI an- .Ai A of .sw and wivo
oi f se / and sw? of swA...***.*
ne4ndmi o nw.-


18
-8
18
18
18
18

18
18
18

18
18
18

18

18
18


18
18
18

18
18
18
18
18
IS

1S
18
18
IS
18
18
18
18
19
18

18
18
19
IS


1i
13s
IS

18
IS



18
18

18
18
18
18
18I
]S
l.S

18

18

19
18


200
20
.20
160
80
160


2
40
10


J A Williams.
D Y Danzy ....
Atlantic L Co
W Polk ..
Wm Cato ..
E G Spencer...

J H Cathcart
Unknown .
T J Rivers..

'B BLike .. ....
W T McLenden..
Cain King ...


M F Simmons .

M F Simmdns
5 W T McLendon.


600
80
80

100
80
120
40
80
8
70

70
80
40
120
40
20
40
40

40
40
40
20
40
20
120
( 2-3
80
SO
:10

140

:10
40

40
40


40
10)

10


Heir, Sar.-, eck.
R 'Thomas .'...
J M Canty .

L C Gracy ...
Thos Bethea, Jr.
Mrsa G A Shirley
J E ughte...
J H Stanley ...
D L Thomas ....
D L Thomas ..

J E Fugate.. ..
J E Fugate..
Unknown......
T H Bethea....
Unknown .....
J G Watson ...
Unknown .....
>i m Wiley. ....


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

j P Phillips ..
1 ,nknown.....
Unknown....
T Trapp Jr...
Richd Iughes
B Boring ......
Unknown ......

N Wood ......
11 Spann.. .. ..

llichard Spann ..
Ilivam Wright ..
Unknown .. .. .
Mrs 0 S Gos .
C I) Brooks..
., S Alien.. .. ..
S W Btoynto ..
W Lipsey....
littrs & Loomir.

C 1F Ihnknight .
lleirs \W C Dard-
eu.. .


17 11 IS 32/ Mrs A J Bnak-
knight .. ..
A J and C W
Bauknight .
J VW Williams ..
18 11 18 10 David Blake ...
20 11 18 40 W S Clark ..
21 11 I1 120 Fitch & Loomis.
22 11 13 40 Hleirs \V C Jack-
(son . ....


"2'

22
28
28
no- 1


1 ,
1s
18
18
18

19





19
1





19
19
io

10


19


(illrrt, Davis .
J 'I' Fleming .. .
Baukiight & Pe-
lot .. . .. .

IIeirs T F King.
W L a Clark...
E D Reece .
C C Kingsley .
W N Camp ..


90
14
52
68
35
F5

18
18
49

80O
83
48

84

84
52


11
05
05

20
06
54
00
53
80
32

18
05
18
01
83
32


1 65
06
48
78
18

! 48
72
1 40
80
S53
S78
32

1 48
91

00
S05
105
091
S18
S32
1 00
[ 07
1 72

1 09
* 78




) 14

1 07
98
1 07
I 63
4 54

. 59


1 54

2 80

1 n I
7 78
2 18
80


j17 Boller Pho .Co .8 30
208 Bolder Phos Co 21 24


;75 Atlantic L Co ..

30 Atlantic L Co ..


80O
40
1S0O
120
80
40
80


Atlantic 1, CO. ..
Atlantic L Co ..
J WV Kennedy ,.
Atlantic L Co...
Atlantic L Co...

Atlantic L Co...
A J (;ill ..
Atlantic L Co .


110 Atlantic L Ca o ..
40 Unknown


6 s0

1 4

3 00
2 53
1 $3
I.3



2 18

2 H
2 81
1 48


19 7 19 400 Atlantic L Co .. 10 0


Nw

,1


stake and 90 degrees w; 3.',
chains, then at a similar angle.
southerly to. beginning .. 10 19 1
Connr,.d.j(ij 9 chains n and 61 de-
gree w of no corner of Wppier,,
grant and nan n 5 % degrees w e ....
chains, a 84 % degrees, w 10
chains to w line'of Bifvi~ Arm,
Then along dwaters efe4 of Blvesl
Arm and Paynes Prairie in south-
orly aegd westerly direction, then
4oltherly to a stake on wattr
line and n 1/4 ea 14j ehbins to
UFtinning, Also -comneniee 44 A
chaitna nd 5% degree w of ne
corner of Nappir grant. Run O a
84M, w 12. 80 chains to lnwitel
ed(gc And n weftlerly 4% ebalnn
n 1 ,1 deigregse*a 4/, chains, a 65*'
degrees, e 4%4 chains to beginning
iNappier grant ,. ... .. 1 192.0
All .. . .. .. .. 4 119 0
,N,' 6f nw.. ........ Ur 6. 1 91 9 40
1 'N/ ri,'A of nw4. .... ... 27-11 'I t40
W V, of sevt and n/ of sw% and
so, of sw%4 s of river .. .... 17 7 20
SL 8, 10. 11 antd 12 s of rirt IS 7,0 9
8 ET, of re%4 and ne%' of nwA w est
of river. ... ... .. ., 20 .7 20 1.
sw/ and awl,4 of nw%/ w of rirer 91 7 20 .100
Sof WU *Land wQf*a o f e iv_ :i' 7 a6 0
I Ey, i a'*.-and: &w of ne'Ya tdV i :


u*W n ^. ^ ^,<^' t initiw poit.,,
.i i., ,.:rl^ ,c ,, ; ... . 1.... ; ;.'" ":. ."





0 _le~e 52 rds a of c :orner
f :s .of 'sw and run '. 219
N;, i' of net, a.nd so of n;-',4, '

A of nw and sw of i. an .
'nd o se' c and ne7 ofas .. 7 70

N'a of nenl less na% of nw of
8*14l-ic yards. sof ac ^ats, W. 300 yPardbqs t 210 yards 6
16 y0 rds 1# s l ncre ohnix side, 7
Vw'1/. of ne'4 nnd so^ of nw ill


0 e an d seOt 4 of nw .... .... 7 10 100
Iv of: sei/i *nnd ne% ofsw'^.... Q'30 .*H,
Swy/of ne~i/ and W/2 of se't4....: 'S *8 70Q
Ey of mI1V 32'.7 19% 80
N*,I of ne/ less n% of nwl./:of A
r110M4 and 8el/ of nIw'/A. .. .. 7 10 ;160
N of nw1A of ne'' .. 83 7 19 20
Lot. ( lnd w1 6f block Bl.'a Crosse 8.34 7 19'
Lot, 3- and 4 La Crosse.......... 34 -7 19
All of lot n less that deedd to
Joel Malphurs aid lot 19 less 50
feet wide on s side to Cooksey
La Crosse.................
E 1-2 ofnli 1-4 aid ne 1.4 r nw 1-4 86 7 19 120
W o/ of ne'/ of nwl/ .......... 8 19 80
1/2 of lot 4..... ...0... .....I. 8 19 40
mei, of sw /... ... ... ... ... 7 .8 19 40
Ne&i of se/ and seit of seo of
noe/i and 8%y of sw of ne/ .. 8 9 10 70
SwvI of net/ of sw A .. ... 10 8 19 10
re ... ... .............. 13 8 1 1 0o
Nw%4 of nw% ............... 1. 8 19 40
2 acres in nw oiier of nwl/, of
nw . . . .. ... 10 8 19 2
Swl4 of nw, and wya of sey of
nwl and ne4 of nw,4 of se%/.. 17 8 19 70
Nw of nw ................. 17 8 19 40
Lots 25 and 26 subdivision of L L
Dell, Eat ... .. ... ... ...... 8 19
Commencing at sw corner ....... 27 8 19
run e 7/B chains, n 8 chains, e 21 '
chains, n 2 chains, e 5 chains, a 10
chains, w 7 chains ...... ..... 27 8 19
Ny1 of lot 1 of nwVt of nwi .... 28 8 19 5
Lot 2 of nw/4 of nii4 .... ... 28 8 10 10
Lots 2 and 4 block 13 s of-r r..... 2 8 8 19
Ei/ of block 17 ague....... .... C Ke
Blocks 25 and 36 Hague..........
Commencing at intersection of n
line of"sec 20 with n line of Fer-
nandez grant, run a 89 degrees, w
435 feet, a 5/a degrees, w 995 feet
a 6%, degrees, w 758 ffet, 8 51/
degree, w 230 f-,4t., f 0(7 degrees
e 5050 feet to aw corner of Ha-
gues land and n 2125 feet and n
60 degrees, w 3528 feet to begin-
ning. .. .. .... ... . .... 8-9 18-19 250
All fractional in grant ... ...... 4 0 19 260
All., ...... ... .... ... .... 7 0 10 633
Commencing at se corner ........ 23 9 19
run n 2641/2 yards, w 220 yards,
a 204/% yards and e 240 yards.... 23 9 19 12
All less that sold .. ........... 24 9 19 520
Ne' .... .. ... ........ 20 9 19 160
Lo t ........ 27 9 19 10
Lot 44 Rutledge.. .... ...... ..28 9 19
All .. .. .. ... .. ... .. 35 9 19 640
Commencing at se corner of M A
Wletstones lot runtl 1080 feet, e
330 feet, a 1980 feet, w 330 feet.. 1 10 19 15
W'/; of w% of nwl ,.. ....... 2 10 19 40
Commencing at se corner......... 8 10 19
run n 0 chains, w 18 chains, a 0
chains and e 18 chains.. ......... 10 10 10
2 Aiercs in ee corner of lot 4...... 11 10 19 2
(1 acres as d(lserilwl in deed book
48 page 52 .. .. ......... .... 13 10 10 0
45 acres as describcu in deet. book
37 page 410... ... ......... 15 10 10 45
N1/ of se8 of ne.... ... 19 10 19 20
Coninmencing 15% chains a of uw
corner ............. ......... 20 10 19
run e 12;70 chains, n 2.37 chains
w 12.70 chains and a 2.37 chains 20 10 10 8
Comninncing n*a sw corner of R D
SBincbre lot and run e on Steven-
sons lino to sew corner of Rices lot
and n stake on railroad and w to
Stinsons line and a to beginning.. 20 10 10 82
S'/, of sw. of sw .......... 27 10 19
Ei" of nw% of soe .. .......... 80 10 19 O20
iWy of se% of nw% and nw% of
sw% .. .. . .. ... ...... 31 10 19 00
W/, of ne% of e%.. .. .. .. 32 10 19 20
E'a of ne of 5e% .... ... ... 32 10 19 20
W,' of rw,/ of Ue'/t.. ........ 32 10 19 20
Ey, of ne1/ of swA. . :12 10 19 20
W/', of nc/4 of ne% .. ........ 32 10 19 20
Sw% of sw% bf nw% .. ........ 33 10 ll 10
W/ of nwy/ of ne%.. ............ 33 10 19 20
WI' of lot 10 Sevenolsa.place...... 10 109 10
Lot 23 less 15 acres on n slde, and
6 acres on a side S everlola place.. 10 19 22
50 acres a. described in deed book
35 page 170 ........ ......... 10 19 50
Commencing on w line of D L
Clinch grant 0.40 chains in south-
erty direction and an angle of 90
degrees nw of soid grant and run
an angle of 00 degrees 3.52
chains and 90 degrees northerly to


Unknown .
J 0 Goseen .
F Ojlbet ..
a W Bturnett
H B Burnett

Mary MoCray .,
Hiram Hunter
B1 Wiggius .
R A Lancastor


Rainey Harris ..

W F Malphrua .
B B MCray. ..

J L Cloud .....


Bets Randal ..
SStanley
O E Sprllht ...
Hasten &DillUan
llumn.. .......
A Hague Jr ....








J H Stanley ....
W P Van ness .
W P Van Ness..

J Campbell .. ..
W P Van Ness .
J 0 Greeley ..
Unknown.....
Saml Clark ..
A M Reed ......

Mrs M D Cox ...
A B Saulisberry

Kelley Thomas .
0 Simmons.. ...

W K Bertleson..

J Grierison ..
Mrs R Putnamu


V Williams....



T S Hoytt. ...
M Piterman
EC Thomas ....

N M B MoLneo
P J 0'tlorn ...
Cbhas lood ....
P Lowden ....
P H Blanchrl ..
I G Smith ....
J H MoDengal .
H A Powll .
Cassie Evans ...

Mack Williams

0 Amos ......


2 17
l 34
2 A 3
1 83
1 48

2 48
1 14
7 38
1 32

92

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2 18

4 51


1 88
80
08
80
1 32
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1 02
16 04
7 88
1 14
98
10 60

2 43
1 88






2 53
4 a


2 45


Mrs A J Elmoroe r

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0A CoAletough .. 7 58
Il .;. -1.]. ,. 15 14
2 62
Joi Mcaixwu 9 91

AUtlet L Co. 6 .
Atjatie L Co... 77

Atlae da L .. 09
AU..4..i 4 ,.
At:. atll O, . 39- .
,(&fa.ir oK.. 15:
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Atlantic .L Co .. 8 8
Atlantif L Co.. a 60

Atlantic :L Co ,, 8 42
Unknown ..... 1 27
R A Turner ....4 61)
J O Barry...... 1 48


Ir" lzi It stads th *fg for Il ,*.:
derful cur" of the rnOtm dltresinr *
If you need a mnediciun you houa d ba ,
bestI Sold by Itrugt lnB.o.,A$l, e.
You mrraoy ha've tp'ie bafl of ehI

OndW book he 'I
more about it,. bothimei




atder ( n "a-me* &m o ..o-..
m.ets war*tbl ot 4 ,* l.
Blagbamlztln. N: Y.. osr am.bottle.
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nes on Ex t hNI p Olo.
1*, Maddo. apO( nltent of

terday. "-...** ,.
tr'tdn Phospho0i oMP4`4j1
ll e as '' th '" 0'itty .O bunsihe$i4

Tho Union Phosphate'tominpiany has
recently removed from the vicinity of
Morriston, where they have been
operating forseveral years. The oom-
patay is d'tnddt to be a.l ig thing for
Alachua county, as the) will operate '
two mines witlh.a capacity of 2,000
tons per mdi it, and w!i also manu-
facturo liumbor; The saw mill is al-
ready in operation. and the company
is employing Iftly-fle men at present.
It is proposed to 6p 0tte their owtn
railroad to a point oin the Atlanttl
Coast Line, and work on this road Will
begin in n a4e w wee l
Thoe Unono'P.liphate Company w ill
establish a postoffice to be known as
Unionville, an4 altogether the enter
rise, will'b one of the most beneficial
commercially in Alaohua otunty.
ASerious Mistake*,
E. C. DeWitt & Co. is the name of the
frm who mako the genuine Witch
rHael 8alve.; DeWis ias the Witch
Haiel Sal)ve :that hels" without leav-
ing a scar., It is a serious mistake to
nae any other. DeWitt's Witch Hazel .
Salve cures blind, bleeding, t3l thing
and protruding plies, burnr, bruises,
eoaema and all skitndiseases, Sold by
Boditord &MoOollutm~..
-,A SERIOUS LOSS.

B. R. Pound'Had Misfortune to Lose
Handsome Residence by Fire.
The frileds of'B R Pound of this
oity are sympathigtag with him over :
the lostof his handsome residence at
Lakeland, which was destroyed by fire
Wednesday night.
The building was one of the hand- .:
somest'arid most :moder in the South. :',I
Florida town, and the los Involves i
about $1,600, with $700 insurance.
Ohamberlalin olic, Cholera and,
Diarrhoea Remedy
Is everywhere recogftined as the ono .,
remedy that can always be doependoedf
%pon and that is pleasant to take, It is '1
ospuolally valuable for summer dinr -,
rhooa In children and Js undoubtedly
the means of saving the lives of a .
grat many children eaoh year. For
Bale by all d.rqgglats and. medicine
dealers. .

Pleasant Birthday .Party.
On the oeoaaion"of the sixth year of
her ndvont into this bright world lit-
0le Miss Wooding entertained a larpg
nirnber of her young friends Wednes- :.-
day afternoon, which terminated with :::
an enjoyable ride about the clty '
through thle generosity of M. W. Wood" 7;l

Tih"o afternoon passed In a manner
becomnin to the oocasion, the litt4ole
folks indulging In various Juvenule
games.

Thouanda wave KSidney Troaub, ;,
and. Don't_ Know t,
HOrw o nlia' OaS.
Fill a bottle or common glss with youth :"'
water and let It stand tweny-four hours; a*

t1n1g indloates an4
unhealthy cornd.l
tlo-n of the k id
neys: I-it stains
^B cKB r your li *neln It :Is
S evidence of kid.*
naey trouble; too
y frequent desire to
Ipa iWt or pain ln.~
*' "' -""' -" the batk ws siso i
convincing proof that the kidneys ad bslt-
dt are out of order.
What to Xlo, .
.There is comfort in the knowledge so
often epressed that Dr. Kllmer' m SwaIp. .
Root, the great kidney remedy fuIflls every
Wlsh In our'l" rheutismlt pain in .th
beak. kidney, liver, bladder snd every part|
of the urinary passae. It corrects Insb!ltyl ...
to hold water and .lldfng pal n Ipasling tC
It, or bad effect fotlowing use of liquor, .
winet or beer, and over:omam that unpl eaunti "
necesty of bltng compelled to roaftfl5s ":
Idurng the day, and to get up many. ,- ..ttr .
during the night, Th mild *nd'the eatr- "
ordinary effect oi Swaam Rtot i 1o* s o ,"o::


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to ';Ii: i ?-^ o
The 'lwl^a
moinths, 00.4 sin
lltl^^^'^ ADg^^lt r


A, torn. ad Prop'r


reSt:5 *1a year; sai
ie sp(es,.
Els s tar- six


sim3t5, 15 cents a line
LO snts for each addi.


S'^ tlfS t ed;1 d dvet&l0eats 1or three,
: .an 12 1o5h:, i t sepcial rates.
M19 f id upo plication.
ag;e aInd' oti ee inserted
fre.; itu4 ies, 6 cetsa :aine.;

r(Wer' will not accept stamps of a
;arg 4ernonitnation than 2 cents.

OUa Cl4sBU:I'XaIO LT.
The Sun and ti'k Thrie-a-Week
S(NY.) World: oe yetri....... $165
The Sun -nd. the Atlanta (Ga.) .
Weekly Consettuti oD one year., 1 75
The Sun and .the Atlanta (Ga.)
Semi-Weekly rof ilpne year. 1 60
The Sun and the S~eli-VWeekly
Times-Union one year........ 1 50


At the Univ'ersity of Virginia alumni
S banquet Thotras. Nelson Page said that
!)^ President Roosevelt had "done more
for the South than any other presi-
dent."
To keep lemons place them in a jar
and cover thpm with cold water;
i change the water each Week and they
w ill keep ripe and juicy for one or two
S months.

It li said President Roosevelt wants
S Senator Beveridge for a running mate.
Well, let them run, with style and
strenuousness. One should have a
raco suicide.

-:' The white frock is the corner stone
and foundation of this season's sum-
meroutfit, and if,instead of a white
frock, a woman has white frocks, so
much the better,
c~- -...-~c.
Don't" fail to remember this rule,
that in walking you should carry your-
S self so that a ptumb line, dropped from
your nose, would fall just an inch in
front of your great toe. ,,
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Baronese Bertha Von Suttner, au.
thor of "Lay Down Your Arms," who
hasbeen called the' Harriet Beecher
Stowe of Germany, is soon to make an
extended visit to the United States.

To be ultra fashionable one must
follow the styles in stationery as well
as other things. Just now the proper,
envelope for milady's use is a long, slim
one, whose length is just twice its
width. .
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According to' the census statistics,
the combined poultry and egg product
of the United, States exceeds the value
of the entire output of precious met.
als and is six 'times greater than the
wool product.
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Tor tne P'resident to stand by"
Payne afte.Tthe way in which Payne
: stood by' 'Beavers, Machein and
others and is still standing by aiil
1 will be a- virtual itdmission that Mr.
R: oosevelt dares not "hew to the line."'

ist unreasonable to ask the Presi-
: dent to "go t.the top"' in his invosti-
1 gition of thelPostoflle l)epartment.,
S( - That would mean the exposure of thel
S;Hlana mllethods, from which Mr.
'se velt hopes to profit iu the next
a:a,"i .campaign.

S Tihe Washington correspondent who
S elal&ms to have discovered that Presi-
dent Rdosevolt and J. Pierpont Morgan
have become reconciled cannot expect
n much credit 'from his discovery until
he demonstrates that there was ever
8$ any difference between them.
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A Boston telegram says Dr. William
i T. Councltlan's diseovury of the gerri
1:,; '' of smallpox continues to evoke thel
'.... greatestlntorestof scientists. All thlv
",.i learnedienen agree that the road of
Spreveiting or curing the diseasU will
be muocl easier..now than, before lthe
cause of smallpox was ascertainied.

S Grei Britain has just added l00,(Ok.
.l^ lsquiare ronilles:.to her territorial posses-
alo l".- nr in Nigeria, West .Africa. Thle
totl :area of Africa is estimated at
i"..'%8000 square miles. Of this, Eng-
and dnia ~ claims to own 2,036,096, or
:.'axiout i one'fourth, including a like pro-
pb rtioil.ofthe continent's population.

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fes to the hove mutttr n th follow- -.
ing conervattve maner .
While there ,! no doubt that great V. I A VS CI-TY L
wrong and injustee was done by the i
L;iaiture n- refusing to pa Col. i.

h' contract with the State( for the eto~ lit r ehe b
prentoation and prosecution of the une. kidi ape: eait A. P-
State's laims against the government .ordan lobi o .ihere h nd a m A,
for expenses incurred by the State In 3ornt it shere a a tnI,
the Indian Wars.we think that sotie couty i l
would a Ahining light on one o
of the State papers are unnecessarily o great etrolitan paper
severe on those who brought He i a iget is logical an
the defeat of this just claim. foul
While it is true that after a most Which compiment wile deeplyap-
careful studyof, the contract and the preeted as coming ;from Col. VW.F
evidence we were and still are unable Stovall, the Win. Hearst of Florid
tp understand how any fair-minded ournalism suggests the desirability of
'man could have failed to conclude fiWaiavlllageas contrasted with the
that a valid and- binding contract uosi of existce in a great
strenuhstty of existence in a great
existed between the State of Florida city.
and Sydney I. Wailes, yet we are 'The wealth, glory, power, which the
not ready to condemn as dishonest city may offer to the ambitious, are
those who failed; to see it in that valueleslaif they conduce not tohap-
ligh;t. piness, which is the end of human ex-
The contract was entered into in the istence. To win these one usually has
year 1879. and succeeding Legislatures to sacriflce all the nobler impulses of
as well a each succeeding administra- human nature and lay on the altar a
tion recognized, ratified and confirmed life shortened by ten or twenty years.
that contract, and never was there To rise in a city, one must tram-
any question raised as to its valid- ple down his fellows-thrust himself
ity and binding effect upon the State tnto some other man's place, thwart
until after Col. Wailes had faithfully ; another's plans and ambition; gather
and fully performed.his part, and as a up the flotsam and jetsam, as did C.
result of his untiring efforts, every dol- B. Rouss, from the wrecks of other
lardue the State was paid into our men; be ever on the alert tp take ad-
treasury. vantage of the mistake of his corn-
It was in evidence and unoontra- petitors; burden his 'i'nd every mo-
dicted that when the State became ment of his waking hours with the ob-
discouraged and despaired of ever ject of his pursuit and the details of
collecting what was justly due her his business; and, while in this man-
from the general government, and: nor wearing his health'and his life
was willing to accept ninety-two thou- away, he must harden his heart to the
sand dollars inlfull settlement of her sight of. human misery and .cultivate
claims, and Senator4Call was urging a the brutality of the experienced sol-


A..... .....o M M ...R..

Editor Gainesville Sun:'"" In issue of,
your paper under date June 21, you
state that "Col, Brown has 'withdrawn
froim the face for governor and will
support Geueral Bullock." Allow me.
to say that I have not withdrawn from
tee irae for governor, and repeat that
i nl 11001'ullock hall announce his
Cala 07y within the next few days,
tbln a .alIaHl withdraw in his favor,
QtiWse, kindly consider my an-
riouncmnent as published in your pa-
pe Trlune 18th, in full free and e fect.
'i:. Respectfully, C. M. BRowv.
tala, June23.
It is freely admitted by persons most
familiar with the corruption in the ex-
tensive departments at Washington
that if the expenses of the government
were collected by direct taxation the
people would not permit conditions ,to
continue as they have for many years.
They would insist on more careful ad-
ministration of the Federal funds.

British locomotive-builders have
made a new record for the- American)s
to boat. An English train ran la't
week, 29 /4 miles in five hours and
fifty-eight minutes without stopping,
the most severe test it is possible to
put a locomotive to. It means a speed
of over fifty miles an hour, continuous-
ly for six hours.
The Augean stables were befoulgd by
three thousand oxen when Hercules
deflected Niagara Falls through them.
President Roosevelt has a bigger job
before him in the Postoffice Depart-
ment and this department is only one
of eight that need strenuous Hercu-
lean treatment.
Henry Waterman, the man who is-
sued the first postage stamp, died re-
cently at Woonsooket, R. I. He was
a onntmnasltpr in 1 889 when nn atamr


* e Oala Banner tas 'lM l


priatifonbll, and: says: ''
Those who, are".ad he re
fr, 2Beard's- eritlism mtU ii
that the brilliant Pei6siolian ,I
read the message wie an y dler
care. ,He certainly ak.. nVot '
Thbe faet.S as
these: ..
Certain sums were appropriate
the educational institutions .
State. Specific sums for the p:!0
of land, for't e erection of 1:::.t
for the purchase of certain 'p
nalia, and a specific sum for .:l;
expenses." '
The Governor, following the ~4
letter of the constitution, left e"t i
all sums for "current expenses" iit
applied his veto to all othereursu
The Governor did not "scale. e
simply "eliminated."
The Banner is mistaken so far asw
East Florida Seminary is'coneerned, as
well as some of the other schools. 'iTe
bill did not, specifically appropriate
any sum for the purchase of land,1
erection of buildings, etc., for East,
Florida Seminary, but was to be uaed
as the trustees deemed for the best in-
terests of the school. The only wor;sB
in the bill by which it could even be
inferred that any portion of the "sum -
was to be used for the erection tf
buildings, at least for this institution,
was the proviso in section three that
no portion of the sum appropriated for
the erection of buildings should be
available until the trustees conveyed
to the State a good and sufficient deed
to 100 acres of land. If any item in
the bill was "'unconstitutional" this
was more so than any of them, yet it
is one of the items approved by .tho
Governor.
Furthermore, it was well known that
a large portiotrof the sum appropriat-
ed for the State University was to be
used for the erection of buildings, yet
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ee men on isiasisit was yn de wo lies dwn to n. e Governor Iound nothing -uncon-
Iset emen on i enasid, t was yaney dier, who lies down to plesant dreams were used and invented one, the dye stitutional" in connection with that
I. Wailes who prevented the State on the battlefield with men shot to of which was made in Boston. Thee e part of the bill.
from accepting such an unjust com- pieces and shrieking in the agonies of stamps are now so rare that olletor If Mr. Bthe ild t digest th
promige of her elalm, and he even dea th around him. stamps are now rare that collGtor f Mr. Beard failed to "digest" tbe
came to Florida and interviewed Gov- One glimpse of the wretchedness of pay $1,000 each for them. Governor's veto message, what is to be
ernor Bloxham, insisting that he had New York is enough to sicken a sensi- Macedonian Headquarters Raided. o the Governor's digestive organs
correely stated the account, and that tive heart, and daily contact with it Sofa, Jun 27.-Tae police last nlghi of Or when asa speakeroof thei
Florida was entitled to every dollar as and with the concomitant villainies of raldel the headquarters of the ce of 901? r when as a akerof the
shown in that account. every description would wreck the donian revolutionaries at Kosterdil. A House in 1895, he signed the bill di-
Governor Bloxham stated under oath nervous system of any man of delicate quantity of dynamite was exploded rectly appropriating mbney "for build-
that but for this objection on the part fibre and drive him to madness. Only and and six men were killed and a ing dormitory and room to the Normal
of Col. Wailes the State would have men of the strongest nervous texture number injured. school building at DeFemniak Springs?"
accepted the,$92,000 in full settlement. can stand it from year's end to year's"" -
and that as a result of Col. Wailes re- .end. D '"Theytemporariy-
fusing to yield the State was now over The conditions in a village are very O n t ke Il cure constipation
five hundred thousand dollars better different. There is but little sin, but ,by agitatlng,phe-
ofi. few pictures of human poverty, de- bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until the liver
In short there was not a shadow of formity and misery ; only enough of secretes enough bile tb make the intestines
execute their natural functions. Unnat-
evidence going to show that there was strenuosity to give zest to business, ural agitathon,caused by calhartics, compels
no contract, lno evidence going to show plenty of neighborly kindness and continual and increasing doses to
that Col. Wailes had in any sense Christian charity, abundance of sun- atta.o the results.
failed to do all that was required of shine and fresh air, laughter of joyous
him under his contract, no evidence children, fragrance of flowers, the car-
going to show that the State was nlot oling of birds, and tlhe soft, thrilling acts on the
indebted to Col. Wailes for laying the tones of maidens singing to their lov- liver; cures Chii's
foundation and placing in the hands of ers. This is Punta Gorda, Brother and Fever, and every form of
our congressmen and senators the ma- Stovall, and there is more genuine Malarial, Bilious, Remitting and Inter-
terial and foundation upon-which their happiness here to the square inch than mitting Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the
bills and efforts before Congress rested there is to the square yard in New York trouble, works permanent cure.
in the prosecution of this claim. On or Chicago, FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE,
the contrary the evidence of ox-Con- Everybody you meet in New York
gressman Dougherty, ex-Congressman looks serious and is in a terrible hur- For Sale by JToh-rso( Bros.. G-ail-esville
Bullock, ex-Senator Pasco, ex-Gov- ry. Here everybody wears smiles as __
crnor Bloxham and others familiar well as other things, and has time to
with the claim all went to show most stop and hand you a light for your
positively that Col. Wailes, assisted by cigar. Nay, they will even stop long FUL
Col. Baird, had so ably stated the ac- enough to tell you a fish story and
count that they were enabled to in-! that, too, without any design on your
telligently present Florida's claim to pocketbook. But in New York every .
Congress man thinks you are after his money, JO
if he has any ; and is he stops to speak T-A .L... (I \
frankly admiitted, and even Senator; to you, you may be sure that he 'is |t
('all, who is very uLnfriendly to Ccl.'1 tyo11'd-
Call, who idvery unfriendly to Col. afteryourmoney, even to the extent of 50..
Wailes, admitted that not being ex-killingyou for it. `
port eontants tht they could not Only in a village can one find that -,8 /
have dole this work itlone, that they peace and quiet, that genial, whole- L 4c'--
could only present to Congress what fouled comradshipe, that even and
they were finished' by tie experts; healthful existence without which life f0\ l
and Col. \Wailes was the expert ao- is but vanity and vexation of spirit.
countant who contracted with the That is why this scribe prefers lunta ,
State to do tlii work, and lie faithful- orda to Chicago and South Florida to P}FJs
ly ald ably discharged his part of the all the world.
contract by correctly stating the o The moral taught by successful
count and thereby enabling 'o r rep- journalism in a great city is told in the PRE VJ!LE\UDJ
resentatives to properly place the mat- following brief paragraph from the c)
ter before Congress. 08 Ooala Banner concerning a man who
has niladetniillious iintile busilnesS:
Those who preventedd the payment of h te nllion I siess tt C H A S B LU MI & CO ,
this just claim have not ouly done an Joseph Pulitzer has owned the >17-Zil9 l BlX STREET, JACKSONVILI, FLORIDA
individual a very Knat injustice, but New York World, he has been-unable --
they hav piced Florida in an une n- to read the paper, or go to the ofice.
t, hI led lrida in an unn-ufferedighteath
viable light before the world. ie has sue the loss ofsight, health WHITE'S CREAMl
It is too had that for the next two d seep. O R VERUC E
years Florida will be looked upon as a 0 Some people claim that they occa- .Mt in suant, :lcB
reputdiatioinest. That thle paymnentt or sioulnly hear a long, low wail isse F Ld l Wmedie
non-ayInIlit nof this debt_ will be an from the Whitoe House, in tho small
issue inl thle mnxt campaign is a cer- hours of the night. It is believed to pa br----i ^JA S F. Bl.LLARCA._t i. .
tainlty. be due to the Payne in the bowels of
The action of the Legislature in not the administration. -For ,Sale by Johnson Bros.. Gainesville
paying Colo. Wailes doos not .settle the.
mnatterr; no question is ever setled '
until it is settled right; tile people .
will be appe-aled to, and when they un- Cold O ne D
derstand that Florida did contract to -Ta T D4 ll .
do'thlis work, and that he on his part

Shis part of tle contract, they will elee) 6V s a bkmaa hi I p"mt 13 mI Pt 1is SIot AUr w
a Legislature that will pay the amount.."
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THE FOURTH AY C"APV

EAR FAIRFIELD for a Celebration There. i .
-------- As t the glorious Fourth approaches
the people of the Canipi 'ille sec.io ,.
rse Killed, Another Es- with a loyalty which is to tb ee o,,n d:. ga.
and Occuta.ts Ifurd. ed, are perfectinig arrangenuints for ..
qtho great celebration. which is to be f. .I . b.
,r"OSS TO MR. EDWARDS hel i th waiiIent oak-grove near 41 ..
Sth. home 1 of John Towrs d.
Was Taking Commercial Ma h good peple of that section have i o-""
nlgulr Round-Became Friht Iextelndedt a general invitati to all i is iVISible at oSp POISON The beoTin
,d at Tra-n and Made a Bolih a the pLoplet of olhe adjoining counties, Ced with the gasesIan . I C .abes rain e an '
I~ Thiniost Fatal Results at wo are fortunate enough to damp cellars, sewer pipes, badly venti ated houses and decaying vegeta .,

WRMost Fatal Resuts. attend will r itember the occasioll for abe latter, and w cosci Sy e tei tothe lungs W en
tloab d.l ;1< n The rntg will. devoted( t hey are taken upby the blood circulated throughot the st
4 jud badlocu d ntem is the wny ing a! tli~t athletic games, and Malaria iVeS o warngoits CO g; te nec gaE '1
wia runaway was ,a.. p i ,in t! af ,tan th. pienickers will seen, and novolent symptoms appear until the unfortunate sufferer is
airfield section'riJay ev;ig 1 e :s ion oi witnessing a completely at the mercy of this hidden foe. This invisible enemy may
The team was e r.opety o Ian, t.t bseball between Camp- by following us night and day, but often the first intimation we have of
:Xhe tearn wais te iet I ll y tle l itrti twirlers. its presence is a chilly, creepy sensation running over th body
driver was an employee of r ri etelied bak eery- sometimes followed by a slight fever and an always tired, drowsy and
A p liv ry b usine ss in i, t 1 ring w ell-hilled baskets, k~x g d -d a ye
L driver wasan employs hi" r. m e dl d -e Im e y
and the other occupant of t vi,. l the Capvilh ol i depressed feeling. he blood soon ecomes deply posond, thinned
an j h. D.othnear,, was o tl rav. v"ti Wi th great nation's birthday, and weakened by the teeming millions of microbes and germs, and an
MT D O I e a r n w a s t h e t r aIv l t u g rb.i-
Sresentaive of Tooth pick tohin "' n-td all inlpd,'nt. irregular, slow circulation is the result. This condition of the
[ known throughout this s.et,ii. vi,,r In Memoriam blood gives rise to influmerable and serious troubles; torpid liver ,
Shehas been elyd or rnoy ,."-< t; .. i sk1t ,t who enlargement of the spleen, loss of appetite and feeble digestion, a S
eFriday morning Mr. ()'li,.,i.,,',,ly hn ,- r di.d, al. ho disud pallid or yellow skin, boils, carbunc es,;abscesses indolent ulcers
started out from the Brown liI,. r,..nea r M canopy, was born LoWts KY., March 26th, 9. .. and pt I
his regular round, m:aki g all t> irary :I, (!, died June 7th, 1X)3, For sever y s I t offered with Chl and Pever, scabby skin rU- .
country stores. When tear lai,.,,l v !,. yn.st son, of Major Wmn. caused by Malaria i my *ysten, and each satmner for tions of VariouS '...
a train of the Gainesville and (it:: lilf I., n ,.,,tt and a grea..and severalyear I would relapse. Finallymyphysiianpr~ kinds, are common symptoms tf malaria,
came pufflngfuriously by thi r., i ,i ;all on tie lixr Tyne of ascribed S. S. S. In all, I took three bottles, and they Frequently the health becomes so impaired e
where the team had ben hi.Il uor ,tLaui Us, 1oe.hert.i la.hl's, grand entirely cured me, and I have never been troubled since, and such a lifaels condition enue that the
Wi .th the fury of mad bullsip a o th' tIm ,hr i'M,1 I.! t lii eountyy from Scot- I am iure no other medicine could have given m e to .. .
Made a bold and unexpeeteud ,ai. I,, lahl 1- 't in.uer Washington and complete and immediate relief, and I cannot speak too person loses interest in MiS urrTOundingS and .
falling, one of the horses was killed, \a.s ..,l .,i Virginia by the English highly of S. S. S. My partner in businest is now taking faith in all human remedies. Malari., If
the rig turning completely ovr at r l -T:'u'r,.- in !ull view of his wife, leaving S. S. S. for an eruption of the skin and generalrundown allowed to remain in thesys eti, al S the foun.
.same time. Mr. O'Hearn and i,. tw, ;hilr,,, oi'e so and .one datgh- condition of his system, and though he has taken but dation for other diseases that.very often prove
driver, in being thrown from thge ar- t r I'ern, Mn ajr Win. lall, after- one bottle, already commence to feel better, fatal or permanently wre the health
rage, sustained painful bruises \ii. war. ni rrid afdt moved to Leon 931 West Market SL I. SHAPOvp. t al ria .t
willlay them up for a while. Tle ruy mimr, aid, smetUtd near Tal- Malaria Can only bor ed :ut of the
Remaining horse escaped, and tn t) i laee, wih- hobert H. was horn. system through the blood, and a remedy that can destroy the germs an4 microbes and
late hour yesterday afternoons iui tl i ri ~n,,.istei of three sons and neutralize the bad effects of tle poison offers the only hope of a cure, and the only medicine
not been captured. t r. I,,-. ho,,rt's father was in that can accomplish this is S. S. S., which not only purges the blood ofll morbid, unhealthy
This is a serious loss to r Edward, l- tmnces, owning, matter, but keeps it pure and healthy. It searches t and roys every trace of Malarial
adhims fr i .n, a .,i. i o first a'glgs- poison, an keeps the blood in such a vigorous condition that poisonous matters of no kind
E~,-it DEECf. ths >Statl assembled. Iob- are allowed to accumulate, but are promptly expelled from the system. :
CLEVER DETECTIVE WORK. ,it r,tr was named Choice During the spring s an opportune time to begin the fight against this invisible enemy,
sheriff Fennell Comes Upon Den of t. x-t as Wllihm;n they both have for the hot, sultry summer days .will cause the germs to multiply and still further imnpov, '
Gamblers in the Wdst End. g d away. Robert and erish the blood and weaken the constitution, and now more than ever the Malaria aferer
(ng,' was the command whIi I riedw m itu to A-
ki n g ," w a s th e e o m m a n ii(., ,.a k t a,,. ,,; ,' ,:, ,,,' ,t r," I R o n to A la ne e d s a g o o d b lo o d p u r ifi e r a n d b r a c in g t o n ic s e. .on i
Livingston gave to his uorrth '"'" '" t "'re his four terms, A course of S. s..S. at this particularseason will
around the gambling board nuar Il 'I Ir lr Frank Carn, Mrs. Thos.a relieve you of Malaria a its attendant evils, reinforce
Friday night. ( .n .if, ,f li,,. Cooper r), Mrs. and Iu1 uis p te n st and o engwlthn ppet s,
.!ile command was i vi at ,,,l( i,,yand. sThere hio I:l: e: icu tyi: ;t e i
s aroung moment, for it haiptr i \ter he death he and dgestion improve, and all the vital powers ra tdl
ust atsin aomnth way v ht-l uinr a I nr u i- y \ ',y, the younr gesta recuperate under the invigoratiMg tonic influence o this 4
t pntels y on h a in' tn, m at ,, ,. osby, and sisternf great vegetable reiyedy. Its freedom from all minerals makes it the ideal remedy in "all s
riff wa competed to i t y, of thisou- Malarinl troubles and perfectly adapted to the most delicate ostitutions.
few feet of the corner oif 1,. buiillii. .1 t T l' ert:i t thye noted onen- If yOur have any yiptOms of Malarial poison, write us about it, and our Physicians will
It was doubtful if tIne o-isr knu r h i iia y tite earlia. take up your case and advise you without charge Book oi Blood and Skin Dseases, free.
wht theexpression e.,it t t r I u:n- twty-one years old t IIFT \P OII AT A ITA
4may life a m o n g h omiest lca o eh We .I ii uhi et eli it th e aeg tw elat tre -.-.
decided to investigate. .he li t illt l;l ic l kec l avnd a eru i of t ..
a,:Ts it,,,',' ,I ,',-l ,-il t o,, th e sa m e e oof iye 'o l ., a .....
froIm his horse he crept to a cn n -in trun lt" t. enat crack in the little shanlt t Mason a P .
served three men engaged i a mm nm lainitr of ltluh i M.dist church, and u- 1A61 t he'
cards, over a dim nasty-lo0kimg l m ,t,, .t ine of Ii Ii t i le had retired All kinu:s or Coasin. Pinntt .ner n u o
iLot a globe. When h' was fll ,, o r ronm btraus or dIo m A m ern.ite uptio-datee
i i thru te y whem i 1. roi n nmre aCtiv, lif', but was in the m machine hop. turning out h.t work possible
conv intced that they were -unt nl.g I ,,i g i, ,,n,,t ,, t,' gti,, overnmeni t as a- at reasonabhpri,-ehs. Thg But Spat'a and m rt -
c lo s e d in o n t h e m A k ins c a inw t' :1 1o i i ) p r n S et H o rs e T UTRSNT iN PT N M edi citn f o r tlh l e ( El g rC ms t d a ea .
cards. r at tl' ti:n of liis death, and w at ienti.on, if ou are in the a rit for f tcs of t t .o hiU O die oo a bowe ... roubloa b ough ot by catitn
ca s g hl y g w ith h is( little' grand daughter, sns e o rsec o d-httntt mtet ry. It will pay u ripa fruit ts, vege.tif l etc S rl-tut4 resm lts often follow oa rl ig th
sheriff F ennell took t e w r ad call cam e, afteerowt he ntu t ho di m eth, r forwall tioahh an d bow el t .Se fwhi]tt (i |
not beet) r"of-J .tt:rhr.at l-t canhy acdr n It st .c oft a dst,
lar, where they were arrai .-(l ,i ulur t [e [asssd fro; l e earth with- MIT 'ter trAe ahel. o at[on d wel tltr a ,'.t r t I -.
th name is of i t sr e le ur." f rioirsn tin e e 'arthi i th- n t y vI tue f r roeo i f ouch dreu Ioeasitin tt tpt- hs d n lk It. t
Lviiston and John Latin h mini i o i n t a st r,,irgg,, ir a ,,-,,a,. lie was t an nt'e, ,,t,, ,.,, ,,,,d'" e"', ,,3-3,,t" ov f Jl. ""', TT
byv Jutieo Barron $5 eai, mii1,l l.,,.l-, .i-(',,.fetrate, ,nid wonre the hlronze etel rd tile Ju ebr t ho p5emllptedrr CthT st2 FO TT
whiihi they paid and wentlre rl 1r t',,. if hto,,t r ivir >ta him I ll y the to lOf lolda. it inld for Aciun til ty. In In v *
l tlctcher was a white mmmii,. Ii ,,;i.iitrs luf.',,. .racy. I. wnms a lutla Funrut, ,, 'ru adt, ktih rT .1wr W aw^.,th yTt' u gla lm a wrte to I:Q 0 ac '
rtcEer Dwasalwhe e man. 1. h mi tl, a tr it. f iend, a good t rn t hesrn itf s a.t I to Milpt ;Nt .t.. stl
CROWN UNDER BOND. n wo by hiis genial temper brought I 'l trtl s1enry in tn n were efend nts. I .4.ui / e i


~~~~'In U. S. Court at Ocala Defendant Wad In U. S. Court at Ocie Dee n W of all mto the hm-hfi*4 lutder. at tie emuit house door
Placed Under $500 Bond- It, (iitile r1 i n t lct, l leaves ont ly of s tld Ahievytm county, tin the cIty4 of ritnrr'e
Placed Under .$00 Bon& o tr, i )rI. Vann, now livig ",eon Monday. thie xits t daiy of J1ly, oI"1.
The preliminary hearing of .I. 11 ,I n iist' iin r. m n i n cow vitgy, uni t rl t it )e( o s.
rown of this eity, utpotn I i arp nf a ra, y s lit ,ve toin lsee t in h drod r"o NIW of Sw 14. the N'. 4 f
tSinig the United States mmiiIs t ranud- ntd .yoNw N Nw K f N
wtet mor'. '-, the Nwt. oo Nmore .4. the OWitK ETG of1
ntly, was the. feature of th I id p to ob fhes, nd inmor- Se'S, the sM'E4 of New, the et of Ne J -4.
', t.e d t-he" tNwhel4of Sc ke.l twas Nw 4 of Nw t-,1e i! ..;E 'A '
Sties court in Ocala Friday afttr- tality to hiAa soull -K Or FAN utn. the Nw .4 of i. the NW 1- f N w 1-4
the Se 1-I.of Sw I.,t, tie Nun 1-4'f Ne 1-4. SU Inr
non,i. and after hearing tIh. tvidlence section L t T. --ul l ,: 9e 2ti o f Nw ,e --- A INM
the Nw 1-4 of w-4, the Ne 14Of Nw I-. the L
iu the case the defendant was p laced ,.Tw or sw -. tihe Sw ,i- of Nw i I tt e
Uindter a bond of $500. \.J r 4o eL I'S. rtni Secto -4b Tr. -. it, -2t"'.
It 1Aabondof$ W F S' EE BA A i'-.teS f 'i. 1%t Un Tia htr S "
Swas not successtil in raiIni the Y irt-ther with all atl..d ngutnr th e te nemrnI L i
heredtlnr eit arl i tinp tr I t tlcu aL tote sa e r -
6"indu in Ocala, but the anmuit wil itioti1iit' or timr t r ulitir. StA I'tu Id to
ir,,liiabily be made utp a1mon1g friil o, i). I holesa Ale and IRA etaAil to ,u a aeer ee SPAECIALTV.
th," defendant here. L Q U R DEAt. ,
Kirkwood Jottings- L3 I -nItIue ATDi
Kirkwood, June -24.-1rs. Jesse inc. oce t iOuia M, Prom pt attention to o) ry ordet, If jouI re Intero-st aigood wl.es
rso n a n d y o h n g s o n o f L a l le le -ouzr t :: m a rt ld % ,n ram W hi $ 4 .1 0 N o n v t fj i fo r p r e lK A _._L_. ___ __: _ _ _ _
avenue, Kirkwood, left on Thursday em. ei ,', t ,,' , fr .$4. 20 Nrm etit 4t l er b thet" .f .t. fil .- ..; n.._
,'aseverallweek' outing at he r old 46 ,-y ct r. pret' .al, mil O,.tu, t "id i n waII ltw be i.adle t- HI
in W tlhamston, 8. C. i o i. N .expr rea .. o ;, . .r4. k .
-n tPare nt at their home in Ivia, S. .. .EE, M E w fNwof o DI
Oil -etW.. V it ..A,. rp, T 4L M I DA
t on Thursday. Will be away some . auserp lhe rollamowint wtn W4is tt r prove <.
'i .j 10 'P W. Bay t kckonvile, Fla. hisoui id- c u n ,o. J0t o
..i, ND I No ------ ar o. OHN A Propr ..

SA positive specific for bilious fever, A o:.- i :
malaria, chills and fever, malarial Fif t .:is ,d Be,,. ,.,,, .
d aWial debility, malarial ..,- .ttle Be .a alay,. orders 'will have prompt
-- dy psia, dumb a^e. ,. V aM .att... t Ipipentnad eday order is received. A.
_ d y__ __pe p_ s i t _n a_ u e_ h i l Il Wo f p r s G o o r l b o x e d d e s ir e d .
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THE GAINESVILLE SUN: JUNE 29, 1903


1

S. ....... ..

of w end of s% of ne of
itutinfg at sw corner o"f'nw
of!^ o. .... .... ".: "
.e. 1320 feet, n 594 feet w 1320
S904 feet..... ..
1/ of 4 '6f of ne/4...... .. 2
Block 5 Brannings 2nd add to
io..d . ....
'i 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 block 1 and
's 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13
.}~1 2 Ambrose add" to Waldo
.,tI. iof and 58 feet wide lying on
tj si: e of wV% of block 7 WVilleys
'd to V ~dik,. ....
L is 8, 9 nd 10 block 9 an frac-
I.tuaii block -i, original Waldo..
c*; er, of sw~/4 and run u 133 feet j'f
06 feet"s 133 feet and w 60 feet 2:
^W 14f sw,/ ....... ..... 24
.i of sel/ and seoi, :tf se, anrid
ng of swiA and swv/, of sw/ ,
and wi/, of sc/ of wiv,. .. 2

S. ........ .. ..
A ;, .U ... : ... ... ... .. .. 3]
Nx/ of .eV and swVi of nel and
naw/ and n%, of sw'4 and se/Lo of
SWA and e/ of sc'/i and sw/4 o
se : .. ... ... .. ... . ........ 3
nel and w,, of se% and sei/ of
a1% a/nd sw'/.t and e/,. of nw% .. 3
All less wy, of se% of nwi4 .. .. 3
All 31
All ... ... ... ... .. .... . 3
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 soutl
of grant line and fractional ne/,
of nw of nw% and s% of nwv%
Lots 1, 2, 3, 6, 7 and 8 ... .......
Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 n of grant
line ...... .......
Lots ., 2, 5, 6, 7 and 8 n of Grant
line .............
Nwi/4... ... ............ .......
.'All less ne/ ot nwv' and less n, of
nwl:4 of nw%.. ..... .... 1
'All lessse01/4 of swi/A .... ...... .1
N1/2 of ni/ o and nl, of s% nd se0/
of nw% and sel -of nc4 and n%/
of sw1/ of ne% and sri of se'/ .. i
All less el% of ne4 of sc4.......... 1
8/2 lot 6 and ni, of lot 12. ..... 1I
Ne% of se% and e% of se% of se% 2:
Lot 1 of lot 3 ................. 3'
Blocks 2 and 3 .. ............ i
Block 4 ............ ...... .. '
Lots 7 and 9 fronting a on Warren
street, also commencing on west
edge of 2nd street and n edge of
Main street and run w 13.84
chains, w 60 feet, n 14.12 chains,
w 3.39 chains, s 3.39 chains and
e 3.39 chains, also lots 20 and 22
fronting Main street Windsor. ...
Lots 15 and 28 e Main street Wind(o:'
-Commencing 20 feet n of nw corner
of lot 27, N Windsor, run n 2.11
chains to Davis' lot and w 9.48
chains, s 2.A1 chains an.l e 9.48
chains Wipdsor .... ....
riddle sub division of lot 42 E
Washington street Windsor ...


Lot 16 Main street and lot 3 War-
ren street Windsor .. .. ...
Lot in Replat 151 Windsor ......
Se0l of sw l' ...... .. .......
Wi' of sw% of sw1A .. ..
Lota 3, 4, 6 and e/ of lot 7 and lots
11, 13, 14 and wi, of lot 21 and
lots 22 to 27., nd the n'/ of lot
28 and lots 29, 30 and 31 ..
Be0, and sel of aw4 and sel' of
nw .. ......
Lot 8 block 2 Graces add to Ro-
chell . . .. ... ... .......
Lot 4 block 10 Rochelle ..
'All .
N, of set ...... .
Block 18 Grove Park .....
Block 8 Grove Park ......
Lot. 57 Grove Park ....
Lots 2:3 and 2h Grove Park ..
Lot 3 block 13 Grove Park .....
All Nw'4 of nwi, less 1 acre in n
part .....
40 cnres in ..... ........
Cor0ninencing 10 chains w of no eor
run s 25 chains w 20 chains n 25
chains and e 20 chains ........
Commenrcing 14.40 chains a of ne
corner .. .. ... .. ... .. ...
run s 9 chains w 10,, chains n 9
chains and e 101% chains ... ..
of swI of sw1y .. .......
Commencing at nw corner.
'run 13.50 chains, s 12.12 chains
a 60 degrees, w 15.78 a 87 degrees
S26.'04 chains and n along eec-
tinn line 70 chains to beginning ..
Contnencin,? at se corner ....
rnl n .10 chains to initial point, w
121., chains n. 20 chains e 12'
rhains and s 20 chains.. ........
'(oInmencing 20 chains w of ne cor-
nr of ne, ...........
ru" s 6.20 chains, e 950 to rail'
r,"l nnd n along railroad to inlt-ia
"it 11.22 chains e of w line of
L i. n1, and w 11.33 hamins, to be-
io in.', t ./osw
-''t -/4 of swI, and that part
Srw''/i of seel outside of Fish
Prairie less 1 acre ... ... ......


.7 8-21
7 8 21
9 8 21
9 8 21
!1 8 21
2 8, 21

2 8 21

2 8 21
2 8 21.
/*


240
320
160
640
100


Warder
S G Lewis
Atlantic L
S G Lewis
Atlantic L


Lewis

Co, ..

Co...


6 "J C Vasler .....
MP .


Sollie & Adam

'J W'Joes .


ns .
. o


A G Middleton.

C H Johnson ..

Unknown .....


8 '21
8 21L


21 260
21 120
21 040
21 C40


552

5620
(120
(640
40


2 Jennie WelIs ....
40 A Fries . ..


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


7 30
9...65
4 95
18 8sT
4 I5

1 37


6 77

1 98




3 52

7 92

5 15
2 60

9 24
3 67
16 05


Warder & Lewis 31 05

Warder & Lewis 17 13
Waruer & Lewis 18 87
Aaron Fries.. ... 18 87


245 AcocK & Co .
215 A M DoBose .


9 15
6 59


240 Warder & Lewis 7 71


240 Warder & Lewis.
160 Unknown ......


6 (6f
5 65


580 Unknown ...... 19 17
600 Unknown ...... 18 87


500
(20
131/
10
22
32


13 10 21
20 10 21


24 11 21
26 11 21


30 11 21

30 11 21


o nm.ncing 24 yarus a of % mile
"" 'n w side and run n 480 yards
S yards, a 348 yards e 238 yards
detees e 410 yards a 412
y s 70 degrees e 640 yard' *"30 11
t f nw/ .. 32 11
"ing 2-.47 chains w of /2
:' ine xin and s and 37.48 chains
f : liine and run e 4.55 chains ..
,, 40 chains w 4.55 chainA, n 4.40
*. ............... 32 1
'""ening at se corner. .. 3 11
S 1 31. chainss to initial point
q ^3 chains 'n 1, 80 ch.im s e
.^0 charjna ad to oblO,)6
of wop4 t ^3 ^1


21
21


Ut.known ......
Unknownn ......
Susan B Fitts ..
Fabin Thomas
Mrs L E Jones ..
Mrs M A Borus..
Sarah W Rawlins


,Ins Holder ...
S D Wright ....



.Toshua Cotmant

Heirs of J J C
Moore......

Mrs A L Pharr ..
M J Wood ..
40 D A Bointer ...
20 ilhert Cowles. ..


Fla Corn Co ....

200 Unknown.....

Amy Miller...
Fla Coun Co ....
-640 Unknown .....
80 IT P (;rnlddick .
Ada L Bullock ..
C A Padgctt ....
Unknown ......
8 N Green ......
Uedeman. & Co..

39 Ely Anmo n . .
40 Geo lall .. ....

50 Elbort Hall .....


0 Ely Amos ..
20 Simon Jenkins .



21 14 100 A D Johnson


25 Uscar Gaiage ..






61, W C Smith ...

29 Stevenl &3 Tay-
lor ....



60 N A Bailey. ..
10 R Angeliu



2 t H Jordlon .. -


3 05
91
1 01
6 15


4 19
1 27



2 08


3 88


3 08
1 48



2 18


2 50






3 24


5 51



7 72
63



303


.Hit* .' .. 33


81 21 Jno


Lot 2 less 18 acres .. .. 28'. ,.. 8 8
Lot 1 less 10 acres ...... .;,,.. 2f 8
6 3:-. acre on a side oflot 9&., 298 8
Lot 1 or n, ,bOf net.'.. ....... 0 8
Ne'4 of neyt. leads 7 acres to Lewis.. ..42 8

FractianT n n con.er of rne' of
neto in.Sw corner of ney~iof ne. 32. 8 v
!;'.s t:IdIt 1 Idtpek 1 Orange Jl'il(ht ,
Lot 2 suxbdtYision of Ipt 4 Orange
Heights :. ,; . .... .......
E/ of ne ,... ...... ...... 8 t

S% f: V of sw of se.. ....... 9
W1V of sel,4 of. sw%4 and 3 acres
on w side of e/' of se4o of swl
and ne o of sA ..f... .... 8 9
t.ot 24 Melrose, .... .... 9
Lot .. ... .. 1 9'
4 acrer ii sBa,*Vi'ter of sw61 of nw 20 9
Nh,.oft s o'.~,fjiinwy l e railroad 20 9
Nw of'V ,.. ...... .. 24 9
Se o ee ;, .. .. ...... 28 9
WV of e, of.'CZ of ne%. ,;.... .. 80
Commenting ai so coner of swA of
swi/I of ne% run 'w 210 yards nw
210 yards e 210 yards and a 210.. 86 9
Soe/ of nAe and n" o'f s W'l of
nw% ..... ... ..... . .1. 1 10
WV of se% of se14 and eA of w A
of neV4 of se% and o/: of w'/ of 1/
se% of ne/. and ne4 of seJ~ of
nel4............. .. ..,,. 2 10
S/ of nw ... ... .. .......... 8 10
Set of of n of sw ........ 15 10
Nw/1......... ... . .... . .. 20 10
Co:nminciing at so corner of ne 4 of
se ...... .......... ..... . 22 13
run wv ::30 feet to se coranr of lot
and n 550 feet to railroad and ne
along right of way 490 feet and e
to public road and a on west side
of road to beginning .... .. 22 10
Commencing at ne corner of se/l4
of ne 4......... .........22 10
run w 19..7 chains then w 16 60 a
572 chains e 12.23 oliains and n
4.00 chains .. .. .... .... 22 10
Commencing at nw corner of net of.
se%... ... ............. 2 10
run e to railroad a along railroad
to stake and w to w line of neo
of sae% and n to beginning ..... 22 10
ne4 of nw'4.. ... ......... .... 28 310
Commencing at sw corner of nwI/
of nwl/ ...... .... ...... 20 10
run e (00 feet n 363 feet w 600
feet and a 363 feet .......... 26 10
Lots 5 and 0 block 10 Hawthorn ..
Lots 4 and 6 block 32 Hathorn ...


Lot 3 block 33 Hawthorn ......
Lot 8 block 0 and lot 11 block 10
and lot 0 block 11 and lot 3
block 13 and lots 1 and 2 block 9
and lots '5 and -0 block 12 and lot
7 block 22 and lot 8 block 28 Haw-
thorne .... ..... ..........
Lots 4, 6, 7 nnd 0 block 2 Hawthorne
Lot bounded n by Bell a by Brown
street and w by Ollie Brown ....
Lots 5 r i 0 iBaileoy survey of ey,,
of el, of nw'/ of As /., .......
Se'l/ of ne' of se' .. .. .. ....
Lot on 'I;i S.i rnilroad lmounded n by
railroad s i.v Akiii v1s e, by Iooiin
and w by l;',,> '.( . .... .....
L ot 1 ... ... ..... ... ... ....
Iots 6 and 7 block 1 Magnesia Spgi
Lot 3 block 13 Magnesia Spgs......
El,/ block 2 Magnesia Spgs.........
Sw% of ne% and e/ of nw'/ ....
0 acres bounded n by Waits Cross-
ing, e by public road s by Sheffield
and w by H W Waits ........
5 acres bounded e by Clark w by
Waits n by Abraham and s "by
Morrisson ..................
Commencing at sw corner of net1/ of
nw1/4 ...... ... ... .........
run n 2.24 chains e 5.05 chains a
2.24 chains and w 5.05 chains
also se,/4 of nw% less 12 acres..
W ,/ of sw .. ... ... .......
Se4 of n&e ... . ... .........
Lots 1 and 2 block 6.. ... ..
Lots 4 and 6 block 15 ... ....
All fractional outsideol of grant..

Lot 4 . . . . .....

Ne'A of s%/4 ... .. ..........
(1 acres in no corner of ne% of sol/


27
27
28

29
31
831
3
331
84


ean .... ., ,.. ,S <8
04 Wardor & Lwis 2'Wn
30 e L i 98
5 3-. HD Letwis .. 18
01 Warder & Lewis 2 00
33 Stevena & Oalth
en .. ......... 4


#22



S22


81H D Lewis .;
a3 Edith 1ph

S3: Parker ....
40 J E 'Carrio ...
80 Artelothego &
Gerridan ....
6 8 Carrio ....


63

04

64
40
10


22

22


22
22
22
22

2



22



22

22

22
22
22

22
22
SS


10 22

10 22
10 .22

10 22
10 22
10 22
10 22
10 22
10 22


35 10 22


22
22
22
22
22
22

22

22
22


80


Uattt L Eillis .
Mrs. ML Lowry.
SJ J tutacheduser
Stark .Williams
Alex Williams
Heirs C K Dutton
W J Trlbble-, ..
Mrs C B Bowman


9 Geo Washi

50 RF Bow


450 MM Till
80 0 0 Town
10 W V 'Pas
100 T J Town


0 Rily Will



084 8 R Lohm



6 Lewis Bra
40 0 Wilford,


Ington Jr 1 02

rman ....2 18


man .. 5 45
send .. 4 65
hal ... 228
send .. 8 27





lams.... 3 87



.a ..... 88



dly ... 2 43
.. . 1 43


5 Jasper Wright .
R M Dunn ..
Heirs Ella Haw-
thorn .. ,. .
W K Hill ...




Mrs L V Hammond
Babcock .....

1 R H Smith ......

C Marchal ..,
10 Fla Corn Co...

6 7-8 0 A P'adgett ..
54 J J Hardenburg..,
O Delia Blinn ...
W K Bartleson
SF Millner ....
120 Fla Corn Co .

0 Unknown .....

6 8 8 Sundler ....


b0
40

%
100

6

40
0


Joe Canty .. .. .
RebeceO. Dav!U.
Unknown . ..
A K Wade .....
L Moore.......
Iteirs of W 'N
Thompson .. .
Heirs of W N
Thompson., .
t E C'ochran. ..
Heirs R H Faro


g3 o


3 12
2 00

4 03

1 14
84

1 40
3 18
1 14
(02
80
4 33

2 03

1 44



3 03
2 1*'
1 0,
I 2i
1 48

1 62

2 13
I 01


guron .. .... It
The e 40 acres of frctlonal .. .... 1 12' 22 40 J F Jaobs m 1 t
Lot 4 .. ... ... .. . lb 12 22 11 Mrs M J llayman 8'91
Fractional sw/i of sw'4 .... .... .. 12 22 28 J W Parks ..... 91
Sw4 of sw% and se/, of Set .... 9 8 11 80 E ,3 Baird.. .... 2 le
Sc", nnd ne% of nw .. ,. .. .. 13 8 1n 200 E J Baird.t ... .47
Ne%, of si4', and nwi/ of sw/ and
s% of nw%/ and net of nw4 .... 1 R 10 240 E J Baird.. ..... 94
Ne'4 and e/' of nw'4 and sw/, of
nw' ....................... 16 8 19 280 V3 J Baird .... t0 B0
Sw'/ and c0, les% se/ of ne/ .. 2 8 19 440 E, J Bard..... -10 67
Eyl of e% andt nwt of ne 4 and
wl, of 'nw .... ....... 8 10 20 E 3JBa rd .... 7 68
WI 1/7 of e!/f and se.il f i%, and% "s-
of Aw/4 and nw% of sw 4 ,. '2 8 19 280 E J Bairds...... 7 68
All le.s ne% of ne .. ... .... 26 8 19 600 E J BaJrd .. .. 4
2 .. ..... 8 19 320 e J Baird. .. 76
N/2 of lot .. ,. ...... 30 820 40 E J Haird ... I 38
Sw-,' andl e1/ of nwr4 and wi of of
nw%, nnd e'/, of ne'o.... .... 17 8 20 300 E J Balrd .. 941
Lot. l, lers 40 acres in nw corner and
40 acres in 'sw onmer and 14t 7 1ess
40 acres in aw oemrer, ..... ... 19 8 20, '1988 J iLih'ld s.... 5 30
N'/, and n W of sea/.4 and n'/, of 5tw1 30 8 19 480 E J Baird ...... 10
SAw/4 andl w*A of 04/ anId wilv of .... -
nw'1. and .se' of nw'4 ...... 86 8 1.o :800 E J Baird .. .., s0
Shrol, any person who has rid th taxs ft 9. Ond an of the pro
orty for whlh they hold ricipt, on th, for number ant date of aisuh receipt. I wil hArv t saifme m cheeked off. so as tc
prevent 'tle of same awl no I xp1 1 ll*- Lb tu t, dby them for suah ua4vr
tiwnment. We have been as eairful ai possible itrjpp in I.t, but a It a . IVnv months col Stionni, tero jrmay b o tem*. w heb tae hAtTe bn pa
tin .P h1t, I wilt cheerfully Orrect 'my ucb error at ny out MS I s wf lO a
informed of uch, W, b. DIOKITu 0H,
asinMsviie, } V., May 20, 1903, T", Qolltstbr Alachua Ournty.


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Mr. Crown's houi1t il h Reky l'uont,
but Jhe has for the lt pIs few month rsi-
sided tlithis city, boing snployid at'
llairfi's biket and(l eratg factory,
where he wins found yesttrdity,
Mr. Ohaimbtr aillhegnu th'athiC, de-
fondant has been violating Section
64s) ofn the I'motofilew Ritgulatimto, in
tha e Ie haii blIr ?. U1iIg the t. !uited
statess nails for trfa(idhloJtt purposta.
He was taken to Oealat Iy y.the uionm trafi
yesterday, where todty the will be ar-
raigned upon the olharg.
Ldbaes andt Chicdrdn Iinvited,
All ladies .a.d children who cannot
st;iQt the, sllhcc int itMlt l Oi l a sit JrtIv
isyrup cathoarlir, t.4to., ars Invited. to
try the famous Little early iser.
heuy are different trou Ii other pills,
*iTey do ,otIi pure0f th2.01Ystemi: lr ,
a'double do*#e wilu anot g*rip, rItCkf '-
-B^-A 'X.^^W .. $00


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Other Judsi'on ,
Judson, Jue 20.-W e 14
plenty of rain ,i thi secattion, t::
are fairly good.
Dr. C'ya Ol 's having n a4t 11
made to his dwellrig. .. ':. :
Ira J, Carter mnadet a trip to .iines o
ville last ; wek and brought home a
very fine pair.. of young Kentucky
mules, for which he holds a receipt forr
$400 In the investment. M1r. Carter
also bIought a large stock of cattle last
week.
L. R. Weeks of Jacksonville is visit-
ing relatives in this city.
XE. L. Janey spent the day with Ira
J. Carter Wednesday,
Graham Carter was here this week
buying beef cattle, Cattle' are bring-
ing a very good.prlooe this year. They
seem to have hlen a rise.
Mr. Beach and Joe were on the
streets Tuesday,
Oreeu Hagin and tWo yoTungest chaps
are shopping in town today.
"Long Bill" ate dinner with the
Judge Saturday.
Mrs. M, D. Norman,,frnom Carter,
South Florida, is visiting relatives
here.
Bartram school house is completed
lnd in waiting for Prof. Delard, Prof.
DeLand is one 6f thU i nost.lomlpetont,
teacher in the South.
Mr. Snmallwood has sold her cattle
and place, and is going to move to
Both F'lorida,,
Ira. J, Carter has purchased the
Riviore plantation, aId is planning for
a large pasture and stock farm. His
visit in North Georgia a few wpoks
ago vested him with some new ideas
about stock raising.,
Rev,S. W. Sheolleld preaches here
every first and fourth Sabbath.
The Masonio Lodge at this place is in
good shape, plenty of work and they
meet regularly once oneh month.
T. J. Swilley is improving. He has
been very, 11 for several weeks with
typhoid reor.
J. C. Kidd went to Newborry Friday.
Ira J. Carter will st4rt to work on
his cotton gins next week, Mr. Carter
says tlhat he expect' to pui thelt in
better shape than they ever have been.
His .Last Hope.-Realised.
i'rom tiho Sointnel. o(obo, Mont.l
In the firet opelningof (Oklahoma to
setLltrs in h180, tio editor of this pa-
per was among the ihany aekors after
fortune who nlude the big race one fne
day in April. During his traveling
about and aftorwardoi his camping upon
his clahn, he enorfuit-orod much bad
water, which, together with the severe
heat, gave him a very eovreo diarrhoea
which it seemed almost Impossible to
check, and along th Junet the ease be-
came so bad he expected to die; One
day one of his neighbors brought him
one small bottle of COhamberlain'm-
Colic Cholera and Diarrhoeat emedy
as a Ihat hope. A big tdot was given
him while he was rolling ab6ut on the
ground in great agIny, and in a few
mi nuts theu dose was repeated. The
good effect of "the medicine was soon
noticed and within a(n hour theupatient
was taking his first sound Ileop for a
fortnight. That one little bottle work-
od a complete cu-e, and be cannot help
but ruel grateful. The season for bow-
el disordters being at hand sa ggests
tlis item. For sale by all druggists
and modicloie dealers.

FRAUDULENT USE OF MAILS.

J. H. Crown Arrested by U. S. Mar-
shal Chambers on Serious Charge.
J. H. OroWn of Uocky P'oint ti in
trouble, and if the charge upon m hich
he wias yesterday arresRttd by irlttcd
States Marshal Ct.hametrs of O);alst is
proven traun there is io doObt (;olnaider-
nlhb trouble IhicnII or this young man.


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OF ITY A D Ellis f Melrose, was in

SNTYONDEN .. .
the 4ity yesterday.
B f as nteest Dckerso6n of range Heights was t I heiave Uaa Ayrs JIa s
4 rtrading:in the clty eseday. ; Mc." I a r 0
^Nere? t 'rIe s J.tn. DyUee, the picture man 1g0tof Mic a;e, yt havea nt a
Snopy, was a visitor to this oity yejter- :-r ny,- Ie o Teo ;
Ptie X A IEMS a. eD:o
11e^^ ^ AD L A l T Miss Maud Smith, a charming young We'mfl~a ll that rfr
Whai t Has Happenetand What is ooing lady of Tqcoma, was 'soppiig in ti. darl Coior yO tair use
SHappen told in Short aragraphs c ity ye sterday,
O.I$ That "He: Who Runs May Read" J. C. DuPree, a successful merchant to hav e. I t's gray ,r nw
t; In T.he Sun.' of Reddick, was transacting business '0 matter for Ayer's

.From .Fridsay'. Daily S~'n. James Craig, the efficient agent of stores color to gray hair.
:.,- Mr. and Mrs.J. ,S. rovn of Rocky the Atlantic Coast Line at Micanopy, Sometimes it makes the
Point visited Gainesville yesterday. was a visitor to the city yesterday. hair gtrhy V an
Mr. and Mrs. DaCosta Oellon of Mrs. J. G. elley departed yester' and it S
S Hague made a brief visit to this city day for Rochelle, where she will be o and i sto falin
S yesterday. engaged for the next few months teach- O ;.e hair, too.
M1iss Mary Hague. a charming young ing music in the family of M. L. Moore. $1.00 a botti. Atlr ruSglsta.
S lady of Hague, was shopping in the Mrs, C. S. Arrnbw and children of your Uonw apanDot ir pry you",
Mrs ., d t one dollar and weG will exprdes
city yesterday. Fernandina, ifter a pleasant visit to you a ote. Bue uireanl ive tlhe Iano
Mrs. M. L. Wilbur, an estimable relatives, the family of Postmaster G0. your nearestcx ressolne. Address,
| lady of Kiikwood, made a brief visit j. Arnow, in this city, have returned o., L.
s to this city yesterday. to their home. __*___
^, Mrs. F. B. Hester and daughter of Mrs. I. E. Webster and her accom- J3 B. Jones,a progressive planter of
I avinston were among those registered plished daughter, Miss Maude, expect Palmer, was trading in the city yester-
I at the Brown House yesterday. to make their departure in a day or two day.
After a couple of days spent in this for their old home in Vermont, where W. T, COhesnut returned from a
i: city on business, W. A. McLenna re- they will be the guests of relativesa'fr brief business trip to Arredondo yes-
turned to his home in Waldo yester- the summer, terday.
Sday. Wanted- Alaehua county fiddlers, eo. R1. DeSaure, national bank
v-Miss Gertrude hitty, a charming white and black, to attend Oala's examiner with headquarters in Atlan-
young lady of Micanopy, visited her Fourth of July celebration and com-
S young pete for prlzs. $7 to $5 for first an to, was among the visitors to this city
sister, Mrs. J, Fletcher Hill, yester- second best contestants. Can get one yesterday, He was on official business.
day. fare for round trip. All comers should Prof, 8. S. Ellis of Alachua was in
: Col. I. E. Webster of the Dutton report4o Mayor ishel. d2wl the city yesterday. Prof. Ellis has
i.. Phosphate Coipany departed yesters Among the prominent folks w :.m just returned from Melrose, where for
c day for Ocala and other points oi busi- the East End who visited this city yes- few days he was the guest of friends.
ness. \ terday was M. E. Jolley of Orange R Oliver Faus of Pine Mount,
,T he friends of Mrs. L. M. Thomas eights. He called at The Sun office who hs been attending the district
S will regret to learn that she is indis- and renewed his subscription. Mr. coneence of the Methodist Episco
posed at her holei on West Orange Jolley is one of the oldest subscribers onlrench at Live Oak, mEpieo-
streeta brief visit to his brother, T. J. Faus,
Miss Lizzi Tucker of Rochelle re- stuck to this paper for many years, in this city yesterday.
turned to her home yesterday, after a Frno Sundayc s Daily Sun: John F. Sherwood, editor of that
couple of days spent pleasantly with Waterman Johnson of Micanopy was live paper, thg Live Oak Democrat,
her sister, Mrs. B. F. Duke, in this a visitor to this city yesterday. and manager of the, Live Oak baseball
city. Miss Annie Cannon of SHIague was club, accompanied the club to this city
M. Entenza, the cigar manufacturer soppig i the ity yesterday, and made Te Sun an agreeable call.
of Waldo, was in the city yesterday. Graham Carter of Leovville was Editor erwood, as well as is paper,.
Ho was en, route home from a success- among the visitors to this city yester- gives evidence of prosperity.
ful trip to High Springs, Newberry and d. We acknowledge a fraternal call from
other Iopoins. Tom F. McBeath of Jacksonville,
John. Holley of Arredondo made. a editor of the Florida School Elponient,
The Woman's Guild of Holy Trinity brief business trip to the county capital who has beea in this city on business
church will hold its regular meeting yesterday, wo as .een in s city on u ss
at the home of Mrs. 3 P. R ici t L. Barto a George Bec for the past few days. He is not only
5 o'clock this afternoon, at whicti Re L Barton nd George Beck o oe of the most competent teachers,
full attendance is desired, Rocky Point favored Gainesvllle with a but one of the most competent writers
visit yesterday. in the State.
M. M, Olyatt of Ottor Creek, one of
the leing merchants of Levy county, rS. Bradley of Wacahoota, one of. After a short business trip to this
was a business visitor to the oly tyes- the lending citizens of his section, was city F, A. Taue returned to his home
terlay. While here he was the guest in town yesterday. in Ocala yesterday. Mr. Teague is en-
city. MisAei lCaiehre he 'vas thae guest
of his cousin, J. 1. Clyatt. F. A. Teague of Lady Lake was gaged in the hardwood business near
fl"r, nd Mr. 'patrick O'Dell ofd among the visitors to this city. He is Micanopy Junction, and states that
hMicaropy were o inot. HtT hose owho Jaaids vl
Mieanopy wereamong those who pidoe of the most infltential men in his the demand for this class of timber is
Gainesville a visit yesterday. Mr. section. good jiut now. Thie timber is shipped
O'll is th icient agent for Mrs. E. J. Smith and two children of to Hoopes Bros. & Darlington, Ocala,
eainesville and ilf at rMicanopy High Springs passed through the city. where it is cut into lumber and
Mr. anid Ms, M. Chamberlain of yesterday en route to Palatlka, where shipped North for the manufacture of
Tatroan were am t the people who they will be the guests of relatives for vehicles pokes, rims and hubs. The
visited this city yesterday. Mrs. Chai- a few days. abuindss the proved most profinagnbl
borlain expects to remain hler for W. D. Wheeler an d Mrs. woods the o hes pospects for a
Several days as tihe gest of friends, utchinson departed yesterday for ng season are ood
Deputy Sherilf J. W. McCanni of La- Denver, Colo., wliere they will spend : .' .:
w Crosse was a visitor to this city yester- a few mo.nthis pleasantly with their
day. lHe was atconiianied by his parents. Friends in this city wish h
brother; J. B. MleCann of lunta liorda, them a pleasant sojourn.
who is endiiing a feovw days at Ia- Mrs. V. V Vanhuss and grand-
Crosse. daughter, little Miss Genevieve Dug-
:' Sam T. Fleming of A reh'er, onei of gans, who have been in this city for
;.." the most piurogrssive mIercIants of the past few days, returned yesterday i
'^ that town, w\as in the city ymster- to thliir homn.\atL akeln'nd. Mrs. Van- .
:. day. 1le caine for tlhe purpose hIuss came all the way from Lakeland OItom et
of consulting Dr. J. 11. Aldtrinan, the to consult r. Aldermoti in the matter i i' lumber
... dentist. of Bome dental work, which is indeed a T s the sky comr
Mr. ,and Mrs. J. A. lmnt. rsomn imld great compliment to the Doctor. Itthe weak and
Mrs. M. J. U\rd of .Kirkwood wvere 'Th, many friends of Mrs. M.. L. famous remedy weary desponr


I C doeasforthestom- dentdyspeptic
S among the visitors to this city. 'h SeIldon, formerly of this city, where ach that which it crying all
ladit s are en route to Anderson. S. (C, she was employed as an instructress in s unable todofor ato ra h
S where they will spend the sumtner East Florida Seminary, will be glad at Itself, even If but troubles and
S with relatives and friends. the information that she is enjoying slightly disordered digestIve
IEngineor George Lyons of the At- pgod health and success in New York. r overurdened dorde
'" lantiti Coast Linell, oun of tlhe nosti in writing' relatives in this city recent- K o d l

vice, i- on a short vacation, e pass- gently met, Captain llobson, U. S. N., supplies the natural
ed through the city yesterday en retired, and that he proved an ex- juloesof digestlon and
: route to Hight Springs, where ho will ceellent gietlemant and a fine orator, does the work of thm
S remain with friends for a few days. she having heard him speak, stomach, relaxing the
";- o ,netrvous ten.0n. OWile:
J. A. Renfroe of Jacksonville and W\'. .- Marion Ramsey of Wacahoota, the Inflamed muse
11 Jonescf Xa; ltiioet more, tlwntors t prs
tH. Jones of n.altimore, two resent oe t the most successful planters of and miembratiosof that
ttves~of Jolin. E. Iluttbt 6z Co., c~lot~hiiigorgan are allowed to.
; .ti, f John E. Heai Co thatstetion, was trading in the city r' t and heal. It curos3
S Baltimore, were among the passengers yesterday Mr. Ramsey states that Indigestion. flatulensce
: to High Springs yesterday. No men in te cntaloupe sason, which has been palpltation ofthe heart
; this territory are mor, popular or profitable, is about over, but to and trvo dytpopst
~ore successful, aiid tieir fricilds al stomach trouble by
: ore uessful, 'ad t other farmers of the Waeshooo see- Oleansli, purifyined
,-, ::--: ::i 'rougmiof t tli 00ritory ar always .. purln *
roughout the territory are always tioir are shipping a; great many egg stre nthenlhg theglands,
glad to see them. Plants, which so far ar bringing good .meobanes of the atom W .
..:.. ; : Tax.Notice-All who. wishll to ,tae -ia h "^anddlgosllrcS ..:
lTAe ices. This vI getab'le in the Eastert
items fr ta e list of h aver market is realizing from *2.50 to $3
; obaell for taxesi on Alodutaya iOuly 6t01
Stose r t u pert crate, and the mIarket is very
:. havy reneets issued by palig the steady. At these prices tlhe growers' ..
taxes, together. wibh costs of advertis- will realize a nice pr6t l on the crop.
g, bui.bt this iust, be attended to by ri ic--- ro- o- .l .
the ekvenltng f Saturday, July4th, as To Cure Cold iu One ay t
r : "iZ zp aioawsy tx receipts ot d4. Take LtaXtive Bromo Quinine TIablte.,
.aiind thoWe desire to e Al rqgat retqd the moe f it I


aIdentified From Macedouia,
En Route to Sarasota.

A HIGH FEVER WAS O~ HIM

Turned Over to Physipian's Care,
After'Which He Was Sent on His
Journey--Resolutions on Death of
Rev. Mr. Waters.
Melrose, June 26.-A rather weird
looking individual without a hat, was
observed wandering aimlessly in town
on Sunday. He was finally spoken to,
and after much trouble it was found''
out that he was a Greek from Mace-
donia, recently landed.and on his way
to Sarasota. HTow lie got to Melrose is
a mystery, Astimheiman seemed to be
ill Dr iMRape was called and found
him suffering from a high fever, for
which he treated him. AftErwards he
was placed in the hands RW the mar-
shal and taken to Orange Heights and
put on the train for his destination.
Miss Sadle Mlllins has 'returned
after a two months""visit to her sister
at Waukeenah. She expresses herself
as having had a delightful time.
Prof., S. Ellis, the principal of the
Melrose school, was in town for a few
days, all of his friends and scholars be-
ing pleased to see him again.
H. A. Blake has sold his cotton gin
to A. W. Craig, who will run it in
the future.
In a special meeting called June 15.
1903, in St. Luke's Evangelical church,
the members resolved themselves into
a committee of the [whole and unani-
mously adopted the following resolu-
tions:
"Whereas, It has pleased Almighty
God to remove from our midst the
leader and shepherd of this flock, our
beloved'pastor, the Rev. A. II. Waters;
and
"Whereas, As he has ministered
lovingly and faithfully to the spiritual
needs of his chdreh ; and
"Whereas, He was always ready to
administer words of sound wisdom and
good counsel; his ear was always
open to [the sorrows of others, his
hand was always ready to relieve suf-
tering ; he often comforted and sus-
tained others in time of sorrow when
his own heart was crushed with grief,
and
"Whereas, His life was pure and up-
right and his example a light toall who
knew him, and while we bow in meek
submission to the divine will of our
Heavenly Father, our hearts go out in
sorrow to him who has left us and
awaits our coming on that shore where
"God shall wipe away all tears from
their eyes" and none shall ever say I
am sick. Now be it
"'esolvedl. T'lat we will cherish the


of


in the fertilizer sp9l1t i
and quantity i itheWhaC,*
vest. Write us aid :'.
we will 'send you,2 :'
free, by next mall,.
our money, winning
books.
QERMAN KALI WORKS,
93a Nassau Stret,,
Now York.


FOR IIEALTH AND RECREATION.
Situated on the Jacksonville and
Southwestern railroad, eleven miles
north of the town of Alachua. Strong-
est salphur in Florida. Cures Rheu-
matism, Kidney and Stomadh trouble.
Fine fishing and hunting. First-class
table fare. plates $5 per week. Free
baths.

THOS. M. RAY,
DEALER IN FINE

Wines, Liquors a Beer.



I iiake ai specialty of Fine Old Mel-
low Corn, ranging in price from $2 to
$3 per gallon. Full lint. of Rye Whis-
kies, Gins, Brandies, .umns, etc., at
lowest prices. Send for my price lis..
All gonod s )hip)pe4 promptly, and in
boxes if desired. 6-15-12m


memory of our beloved pastor and TIIllGPIN & SMITH
strive steadfastly to follow in his foot- PaIlalka, Fla.
steps, that we may at last enter into
that rest to which our dear one has SPECIAl PRICE LIST.
gone./ itunter Rye XXX............... $1 50
"Resolved, That a copy f these XXXX ..................... 2 0
resolutions be sent to The Lutheran for (Gold Medal..... ........... 8 00
publication. Old Baker......... ...... 3 50
"Resolved, That a copy of these res- Royal Seal ...... ......... 4 50
solutions he tendered the bereaved Lewis '66.......... ........... 5 00
family and be placed in the church Corn Whiskey ........ 50 to 3 00
record for future reference." Gin ...... .... 150 to 4 0)
.. ... (aso Goods t lowest prices. Extra
Cuts, Bruises and Burns Quickly charge for jugs: Lt-gal., h0o; .1-gal-.
Healed. i';; 2-gal., 25c. We will allow price
Chamberlain's Pain Banl is an anti. charged for jugs returned to us.,
septic liniment, and when applied to GooI boxed if desired. 6-15-w6m
outs, bruises and burns, causes ,them NOTICE' OF APPLICATION 1ie :'TAX
to heal without maturation and much DIEt) UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER
more quickly than by usual treatment. 4S5K, LAWS OF FLORIDA.
For sale by all druggists and nedi- Notice is hereby given that Mary C. Brown.
cino dealers. purchasor of Tlax Certiicute ;d. 10, dated
tihe .5th day of Nov'emtier, A. I~ 88, has ted i
Ssaii certitlcate In myv otfce, arid Ias Xiades ai I
Rev. Hall Re-Arrested. pmldimlon for tux deed .to issue 'i aocordlatuic
Rev. David Hall, who was arrested with law. Saiil .crt.t.iteite embraced the fo -
ev. Davi al, who was arrest lowiung described property situated in Alachu:
ill this city Saturday night upon a county, ;e I-4 of Sw i-i. See. ~ )fr P. it. 18.40 acre.
charge of selling liquor without a li- The 'aid !:and boin assesei at the afti ot
reolse, and. who was flnti u ned l thelCsuAM o stch oteCirtitucate inthe timne of
ce50 fnd rauk 'l r,,vu. Unless said ertiflicat,
later released oil bail for' his appear- shatl he re(hceitcn according tolaw. tax dee(t
Swill isue tliercon- on 'the Ath-ay o( Jul'-
ance at the circuit court, was yester- A, tv. hrJul.
davret-arrasted by 'Marshal Pibnkoln1 \Vitnes m1yl official signature ad seal ti
day re-arrete by Marshal n te ist day of Jone A. D. ml.
on intructions fro United. States H.C. D.DENTON
instructions from United. Sa Clerk Circuit Court Alamchua County, FI'
Ma-shal Chambers in Ocala and placed Per s. 1. WienwresD. C.
i i jal awaiting the arrival of the .-. .'"' -U: LI-LAD.....
United States officer. r nited States uLnd 011oie.
The arrest was made by the United iuainesvilie, Fln. June 13. 0.,
States authorities because of the fact Notice-s hIerebm y roven theatotil r of tugsu e
that ,1ev. Hall had ntOUnited ,iates General Landt Onlce. uader authority vested~ Irt
license. He will be take to OCalah, lt 'b Section 246., U. S. Rev tat.. ";
and it may go hard with him before he f amended thke t of Congless a t oierO
Fe'tb nr arv 2 20.i 5Sf. w e wll 't o'oea d to o tte r ai i
i through,. iublC s'!e on the t'cday ot, J lext.,t atthl
.--o... --ffice. the followIlir derilbedr triOta of paW)t
You KnowWhat You Ar Taking Ilids. tol'it: F, -oftNe'j-4 tad N e14 of4
when yon take Grove's Tasteless Chill qo a p. T I 4" T.L er-
Tonic, because the formula is plainly rA-l" u4' aa U aiersons claiaii 'ia terMy.iCt
rtintcd on every bottle showing that mrn thisoaftl~e o, or be or theha abovee,
stimpiily Iron and Quinine lt a tate- dlnatta to Rtseon teapinqttOemntr ai*I.
'les formn. No Oure,.No Pay. Soc. otherwise -theIritr rtwt l rl efted r
SfncNtYm sm cTsW.G. RioBre-:
: ADLINUISTYRATORHS NOTICE. NtY S. CIUJB. lee i *-
Notiee Is herebymilve'ta trat kix month after A DMNISIttA.OR'WS
tbeiBrst pub4auon her 1eofI aas ampstmlrtrotor I te to e e Ibr 4e
or steate ofr I.nI owe e daee w It ibe.n r.i'rdbM $
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