The Gainesville sun


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The Gainesville sun
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Gainesville sun
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
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H.H. McCreary
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
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Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Published Twc ee-Mna and Tusa


Germans Leae Japan.s. Army. s'Iti id 1111A b4II Ross read thre..maa
ES FRANCE IS Apri -lajo Prince (:II PR CEEI AlIF titill sid isdIl the House, II- o)MUST DEPRiIVE HTUD
0drAton Von 1lohenzoill'rn arrived at M~%r, l)otrmal (if sliwnnee --Fol life~Braiuv I1IY I Ii today fiqjn the beadquulitur1s 01 STAT lb i~iATlRe srine.r Illi *.e tit Oi-fl in lunacy
r~nru IL NLtheL Jagian'ese army where behas been II. UvflIUIOFpfIMMENSEugP01
the___ tepres.-ntathvc of 3Mperor Mr. -oino .ol-Frterle
la.Gnrlrm* ali "m) 4 ltJWIfib 0ofLeon county. This oa claim on: be.
O overnment Bonds important! panled Prince Carl from Manchtiria C mitef jn johlffE.nGotyoremuse ntDeclarest General Agtstl T(Ii
T h e l a t t e r i s c o n i ng t o 'E o k i o o I @ c u t y t e d a e t t a o ts r n e C M i A V r
Orders To Minister $2,$00. mousy pi u by the c tfaomtynrneCmmaip
Pians A;.e Completied for the Construc Short Session of 11111 SenadtSil to t Av~ biltorqir tee a
Thy elewA&rs Po~tt~fGk tonof WsenPacific. 't Declare Wilfton lacorporated-ln- companies and others in tis Sateti to Policy Holders' Interests in EquIW
Rtemnains In Karnwnh Harbor With Now York, Aloril 22- P-alls I'% ternal Impeovwsen Sill Passeod-Key furnish @oera&@ gap of iiiou for Assurance Society Must Be PrMg Pul Knwlege f Fano-Rusi ee omlthed in id a Ic sie t cari West Ralroad Gaining Friends. white and colored pawteies to ff- ad, Says General Agent Rowee, e
Mialetor to China Dies. the construction of the Ni'u-e'rn Ila Tallahassee, April 32--In Ill* Sion- '10'r said otimpamies 4Wd *&bar "oI d ut sRmvd
P~sApil22-A areul o teci~c rallruail urt' aitolti-y ait.,re-d ate, y.eteeday mostug 111 resolution3 kei white and soloved raefemlell in p~i, Aril22-Asa rsul o th, Ajydirate of .tIrvvt I:utwa r eceived from SW l~us Providing their respoetivs or or difliallme to 8) rrsIe, N. N' Apr il Theg. ioltmaunications between tOe govern. houst-s itt -taIl'd to havearei oe~fre a apommetof-Jon cm give *onduoften and employee of said oral ageinlo' eummilet, or ithe F'l.
inaat Parts and St. Petersbitrg th~i $S,14J4.tooo of themse boflche iro lte O i.oomptiniespolleporsnami to pro. able 11ife' Ansittrance Owiety of he
jilisist goverumeslit baa forwarded ur- cotllly ttt loo44 of tlit,.1l of mitt.. of Dinest examine the penalties for tb. viltof tis United Sktes arrived In thli city ti
( i.*5t oilers to Admiral Rojeetienaky whc ~lcmlt ietnSillation and revision of the laws, of Flot- ac.wspsidb b oa tiotmrinoninrsgb acne
So ritilrousy respect the neutralit) lAke to) Oakland. Cal. These hank ide as prepared by Ille special 00m- acpt, n waaasdb heHuewto t not with daperiateadomt of maI
4f French waterli. TiMs Is a preceei- lu oa~ Ii nesod ilp:mistee and report 0m Same, which was itnvpo.ItiesIfedrik.
In huei I ndrtomi il ptThe House then adjourned until next a. rni lnrcs
stngstimeti he. bn addito ape. tidipate the ios':e. on iu#, completion Ooncarped im. the PresidUL appointing odyatron oehMe.o almn
gefruors have ofe end o he the Western Pacific will becwune an SenatOrs MassY, RAmeY, Bloumt and onyafron.spokteman of thoecommittee. To M

MOM en Farefrn Mnse lcairntegral part of the Gould system from Harris. Leiltvoe._elrcmtesat utraino
mm inse Jecas'the Atlantic to the Pacific and wili Semetor Alford Insrodueed a ouineur- A large number of members of the latiranec, Mr. Howes, reviewed the,
at.. a lato gited the Fapaenh minis- complete tMe first line' across the Unit rent resolution memoria liti n C n- e iltre ef hre o a sp ia tou f te' a et' o v nt s a a
atloietogie heJaanremik*ed States under one management. At gress to make as approprIStion of train at I o'clock Friday afterstuou for veer of mutualluatiom sad thea mad
Usr for foreign affairs assurance& that prsn h (Ould sypsm tertainus $10,000 for tbe improvement of the Pensaceola on an Imvitation fr an adderessi i, declared the ofat It Is 1raaea purpose to prenerve ato wenr, In poition to know what ipai
4111e0,uitrality, these being similar toIs aSltIIeonthe west. Tit* Ooklookonee river, the kh aber of oomneee of that e*yhlesIae h realn a
eastern line to) the tahloard at HaitINwSt. ovstsels fie ttes na7 hders hataled The piolcyln
9~ Amouamices given to Dr. Motonu. more is now betung completed fbreuNw84es 61 h oto ntd tg a iiu adaamdtepie
heJsapase. miaister at Paris. cnctosaPttiug ewenb The following now bills, were Intro- '&I Vessels 0ow INs that4 Port. They ris Thr original plan of the f
-Wabetab, Westt Virginia Central and doed: will return at moos Monday. or. he declares, uoetemplated Mal~
situation at Tokio. the Western Mlaryland. By Senator Crams--i'" amend the The ezasmisasom of witiaesses Int the ailn 111or the Stint time the ie
Tokia, April 21. 6:30 a. rn-The Jan, law relative to tbo establishment of Srowin.baskim ease closed Friday. tush of owitt-r'ahlp of the vast serlu
ass, regard the Xamranh bay Invi. ITALIAN* HAVE MENINGITIS. crimuinial court Of recoord In 1Hillsbomru The arguments of I be attorney# for the had as isen. The time bad gamow
dent wth a gowing eelimg of rsent Cuntrycounty; also to premptibe feet of sheer. eoaisellaMe will be heard on Monda# a eltIauie slidi whnthsoey ul
Seat and l4ittertidd toward Franca'. it Emigrants from that ConryStride I iffl1 lunacy prOeeedglsgs aftewroosl. IiliMtIeegre astep
fs popularly belloee that the Rusian with Dread Diseiase. Byp Nenator Oartev-lI 'elå the Slenators wereo given an opportunity 111 1cti) e o )# 11111n. le was intom
Soot Is still at K(ama bay and I.- Ni w York. April 22 -'e're'Irio-spnal town of.Williston legally incorporatvd, to&4 express themselves on shet Key on r irbe stor ty di so ld wsthbeqi
vaking the freest possible use of the tuninhcitis has causedl 2? more dle'sh. also to provide meithed of assistemee to West railroad extension Frilday on the site1 amouet of stdXoerd th e
9ar. The demands for strung actions in New York Thurda) Thit..vo eletors who are blind, crippled, or test vole. The voting was as amend. charter There' to q saimosity asnn
a the part of Japan are daily grow pare's with 13 on the day leefeet. A otherwise unable to exercise the privi- eis u h nlvt nteKn.teaeh mlc r ye esW
lg loader. Political parti"t and report ha. just bes'u r'cirpl'eI b%~ the les atuse w bll she pael esn Med fter9. "heg agehasgagainst be. mya. t e
af" ter orgatlsations are passing res- health, department from the 1K( o'rn By Senator MAlasej-To validate the 84 wil tak ine eae Pl*0 o nd stfe "clee. hi oft m ad toerh
dtteas cosdalag France** aiege ment officials that Angello UIA11 an oD'eed and 1oee0 bil ia a S il domai On e oe. v y l o tlbs *mw pacws
w~olatioa of the neutrality. I t -is pro- Jemigrant boy from Italy, Is dead at ameeakelrdms ef iore seso th sm e andme bl' la ooe~w nll e pse ala yils Te om wich s dlspm i
gosod to hold a great poptiar d~mon 1111 Island from thob same disease. poese of other Staises boetliag mu o rdltosfi. h red fsela h elsuea fwihwl pd
station. The, N'fthi-Nichi tosay as. I Izmigratit." ofl11Ilals refused all Ill. sal bill shisa thel. hae, freight o shine. glthed by litigatlosof'the poliiyllIll
seas that the e941vIPc Is coniclulIe' formation In regard to the case, it is siemase loossb satole. oes I ili eteh r i&Yn bhe mealn. Tim e ole I
tha Admiral Rojestvei~ky In uxinx said that 104000 foreigners ha veA
Kearfthba W s &a 2 actuall A 1,014API thce hscuty ic aus e city Of P0696"eoll1 WWo issue m e arly st weekt ?be haperamoe of Mr. Hyde's alliveel, heaset.,
hi' bsliftemt sal~on. rl vaJ. Among them is one Ital isn liable bonds for mmlepal pup0. the @21006160u of a lies of isilmred Iftam wa" due to tite weetimoat hesmee o
The JI diseesse rane'm btter. family which located in Hlarlem. Ploti said provide for the pap'Wss thoaf the miaulanid Wo the lsimed of Key hle doscent from the fstsipe.
11"I attitude on the questIo~n Of n4-11 children In tho family were stricken was advanced to is third feeding and Weti Is. in tit* winlds of sbme Iasert. five years he# had boos wehed, hIp by a olls 2 1& d and forgive ntil mellatoisili
tialky and Insists that th- tuse of soon after and a search of health de Paeso bavolof 0. 5iO ssed Ina the dpvelopmns of amhelats. saati


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Published Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday


Germans Leave Japanese Army. 4_1 it
RES FRANCE IS Toklii, Aii:.i \iAw, I-,nev Carl PROCEEDINGS OF tlll)t*?4 All'i I'l, lot,- 11'' MUST DEPRIVE HYDE
Alit- Vioi arrived at 11,11-flipill tot 4
lot STATE LEGISLATORS itirritit. thfoo (I r lif -1, t'7. ;it
Mr. Rolvi-o.i t)f I ov, I r I!,- r, f
III, Ccut ial Pr iwe Kanin a(-vow
Recent IAw Revision& to Go to
Government Seads Important panio-,! Carl from Ilanciviria 1 1) t, C lares Gontiral Agents To)
Committee for Examination. half of Leon county ftir ri-mil-tir., niviii
Tht laitcr h. rontillilt too Tolllo
Orders To Minister. tothooleoulity by tilt- Stotte of
WILL BUILD dREAT RAILROAD. JIM CROW BILL PASSED HOUSE $1!.8liql. nionev paid iiiii liv tli I,,. i!,t%
fior re-til tit sit arowry for Ill., ti-kv I
-- I Plans A.@ Completed for the Constri, c Short Session of the Senate Bill to Nlr. Avery'o bill to ro-quiro street emr
They Believe Admiral Rojostvensky ton of Western Pacific. Declare Williston IncorporAted -_ In- Pit LI, o)terests in Equiltal
New J*ork. Api,; !iaio I etillilimmeoll and others in this State lot Absurinke so-rot otitist Be Protil
Remains In Karnranh Harbor Withl b4l"All (N)nipio :,-,I tonal Improvement Bill Passed Key ftirmooth separate care or divisimia for
Full Knowledge of France-Russians Ing ti) III- West Railroad Gaining Friend-, whole and colored lialost-ii1ters; to re- vd, Salts Gioooeral Ajent Rotioo I
Minister to China Dies. April 2? 111 the S--n- 'Ititre said cimiliatites sold okliers tti H)de Must Ve Hruo,.rj.
ciflor I.k.114"A i I:, A ate yeatesday mortmig a rrPohitit, ket it A hite and e4ilored pasortilitiora In
Paris. Apri! ---As a rcsti!t tit 0!,' A, 11 their rostlootietive earit oir divitimis to SN a
COMMUDIuatiOno, between faft, goCo !I- was received from the 111,o-isr providmg
give volidtiolors A11411 P11111111yoo-0 ')I said ra'
merits at Part-, and k. Petursburg Ow forttir appointruent of a joillit V0111. k 11111alitio-0 pollve pilwerof, and it) pro- -,"I' Lilt. It., tit I
flRussian gool-t-runit-nit haji, forwarded ur rollilln11%. III, I.ItIcloth, of it,, m little of little In exantillit. Ihf. (I I 1 11:11 J A11.0. ('11) 1
gent. orders to Admiral Rojeztvvn:4, I nation and reviiii of tli.- Inwo (if Flor- vide lirisx;tiep for tho vi-ilation of title
'Al'11CII %%III set, was loasord by tht- lititisti, withotit.
to rigoroua;jy ivt-j*-ct the uvtltra:i .% ida as lirt-pared hy the opol-cial cont. 'A. I It
of French wall ch. This Its a pi-cwi 11,41o, Oukialid, C wittee slid report on sainc. whielot woo .1' 1,,hIll to[ lilt,
I Ing It Is liull, %ool l pa t 't1l. I 1-':.o l, 11, 1 1, k
tionary m easure. In additlk)n tlit tilt. 1_ 11., ()It 1; 01111111-tioll em incurred in, the Protisido-iit aploom ilit a loll'.11 sid),111rill"i 111.1 11 fluxt too
cial Instructions havo, been ,vtit ill :It. I'aclile olil: I)ivonw un Sonatitirs hinsery. Ratiry. Itkitint ai:d olito-mohIll !
governor-got tioral of 111(lo-Cloil ,a. N I lilli-gral Imirt ()I I,.. 1:4,aj H arrilit. LeltiollAtive N otes. ;t I It -iij, 2,11ii. 1 111tvIlill-Ilt
Beau, and ForeIgn M iti:st--r I)4-o( aI,,,, the Atlantic to tho- PacAic and iiii Sornotolor Alfonl introottired ot cm ietir. A litrize iiiiiiiho-r tif tvivintivrool tif III#, 1 'l I),, %If lifolioll ItIo it-oo tilt, has instruett-d the Frit-Ilich ininist, I! vom pli tv tio- firt Iiii, aoik) % iho- I nit rent remolistion ineiiniri al" 1119 (Io" Legi-Imitire Ieft Itivro, it, R slivoiall ''.1!j I'l III, '11111111ft-111111111 11 at Toklo to give the lapant-tv nmil- ed States tinilvr ont, nian.,vi wo-iii! At gross ((I make &it i)f tram at I I) elitoell, t riday afitiritivilm hir -I a!ion mid tho-it nw
ter for foreign mll'sirs asistirunces that [Irl-rW rt! till- It'IIIflIIjl $t0,jjjj() ffir the IIIIIII)TOVI 1114-111. of the .4 lot 111 414 c1814,41 1111m, Ax"I
it is 11i'vance jm rp4)sv it) presoi-rvo- IS at S.Ilt 1_10', (III 't!4 'A#'*t '111, OckItlockonee river. Pensficolit Im mill Itivitalifill I If, to to I ,it 1-1 Ittillot what pol
strict neutra!Ooo. thest. ltvinK siniiiar Ito euilitcril :110. all'imid at 111111t the ehaitiber III cotim iertile III that city ioo tljto l I'lir pro-olallinig c,
the all1biwanct-s givtn to Di. Nlotun ). niorv I-, now btAnK ctinipluted (tirl- Now Bilk tit visit the tleet fit Vftited Sixteo its- 1. 1-1 A Ill. I I Iw ;04111f.) hs
the 38P&nP%t' IIIII'llilitt I- H! I'dlit, The follt-allig firvit bi,,- vit-ri- m tro- Val orros"Is now III Illat 11401t I'lit-y It-, oil
Walto ll Wo- jjIjqI will returia at wkim %Imiday
Situation at Tokio. the \\ t ,ri, \ho % lanil by St-iintor Cranot I., atiti-od thol, The of witnoseril 111 11.0 F.-I flil. fit -t 11111f. IIIv fill
174ihia. April 21, 8 ',to a In --Tlio- I law 11"Plaill- to III@- of firowti-Haskiii ease chosvit rid my ii-ii i I, lot III- %,I I fil
aneiole ri-Kard the KAIIIIA"ll ba) III( ITALIANS HAVE MENINGITIS. crimirialemirtoif rrillomird III Hillsb(orti I'lle armonlelits W III$- all-tril"yo flit tile 1-tit- liad viinite
dent w ith a grooloolng fo-elint, fit iv?-i 1:1 rotinty also to jor" criho- fees tit Sher- riviliefol4nits w ill too. lit-joiril ,,I %j,,j.jlAy ili,:- toil It- it 1 l,4 to, I it 14 1 ) 4411
mf*nt anti hittooriwati, toAard eratir, I Erngrants from that Country Strick iffs in Itinary prIlicerdirivs afterimmi It it., III,- via
Is rx)ptllarly lit-heed thil! 111- fill:--layl with Dread Disease By Nnslur Cartter- Ilov!arioig the .1'riiattirp w-*ro, Ritt-11 All 111,1-1111n-ly of III, %oi it 11 fill it
I'leet at Karnranh !)ay an(I N %k Y, i 11, A I I r I 1 1,- 11 If town 01.1i'll, lillatoll 111161tally lit'llf1w ralt-d lot expreve theiii4ol-loo--im -,it i1i I\ I.
m aking thoo, fi-to-i-it jx)ili u- (if Ill. 11,1, Iwl- -I 111411:1 1,-;1' It 11111so to provide m o-thod if assietatict, too
lpor" T he- dcit atnis for stiont, III I ti'lloill It N o 'A 'I, tit k 'I It I I I Lk to .1 t (Pill Piorriors s lit) arr lohisil crippled (or to to I, 41111f 1 41 11, 1
on I,., part of Japan all dijl! Lrriim lot, I. to-ot Ville 1 hr ollitillit works 111 111114.1141- 441 111 01114
%% :111 13 fill t lit- do 1w It other iev tm alilt, to tit rvipt- too#, privi. Initil'te, litit Ilir 111tial V41to. fit the 1 .1. is It .1 \1 11 oo-h lot %,I
ing louder. ;I: I)a!,l ;4.1 ftlil rt-Ixiii ha:, jtv-1 1.$Lf 11 14 1 1 I\, d I., III$
o0w r organlya,.(in-t ari, loa- iii : ri A h,.aIll) (I# Ij"I'Inj# lit 11,#.11 1111 yi.%, 11% fly Senator %laoso-1 lip validate tho ate Willi 111lie Illiti I)II N1111141sy kfivrM $loll. I'lloot willb. lot IIIe !1ko'llolle 4.11 tlk#, 1 1ditillons condo-timing Fiancq s oil nivul. offlvia:x that Atigo-lkp at, sakinowled1tijivoil oldo-rodonad cutavvy- bill's 1111111 paposer *111 11411 lot- oil 1-1 1
violation of the netitralit% 111 if- ilt- ernlitrant Imy Iront lid!) 414-Ad at :,-- i
one*& takiess tiefore joiiiieve it( t he -iit 1.4 'A
posed to h(ild a gro-at lio'llitilai (is nion 1041"1111 1'r)lll 1ho. kallif III as look Ififoot pro-9
station. The Nicli Niviil twoolity ;I, Itinniiwriolilti qdliva! ro fiivol III Peace of othotor States waring too lieffl. fail Tholo frof-11419 :1f the %It" 11 %%1!, 111.
imerts that itit- vlilunro- I, (,iiii(ill-l'of forniatitmon lu ri-xvid to) III,, (it- it cial seal toill 111111k 1110-y have t-11011tro-ol At 111114- 11.1h, 1181
that Adnjira! I, ii-iw, sail 111joit Ino.llooo Sruator Ifloollit's hill to authorize troll Voted It will all fit 111@- 11111140. to lr;.f
Kararanh hay as an actu.,' it"%;': routi+-.41 !III- villilliti, the eity of I'viiiiiscols, to &"fit. nt-Ito. early no-it wrtk nor m, p#,riatior of 11111 111, Aft-I It
for bot-Illcurunt arfloin 1 rlal A it) iig III, .- table Ititimids for municipal porpoises thr 1.210-11ol lot a III)e If railroad WIII III III Ill. fit lot i ao$we
The Jiji ofivuo,,4#-o Frionc, I filn,11% tok hirli it" ato 11 it) 1141 '...u V-0111 and piotivide fisr thr paym ent tholorefif, the 1118,111411d too 11,14. 16161111 #If kry I I" I
leal attilit(k. on the flito., i ori of Do'', I children In thv forittii-Ii, %- to* -if cLen was advance to its third too-edillog and I ".4.0t I's III 111111fis if 11141soloo filter- I s at It..11 1441111, '1 No-


igie of three to notfy thre Snate
MINthat ml noon th" lo'rtie would be ready
LTIR fill spt)e junaedo HOPELES;
for the purost. ,f t-lectirrg a UIted
BoWman Af Afvl ernit to r~ ete:,it is as impossible to couquer the ki~
at ________________ Messrs. Bemno lladiseases- ~Contagious Blood Poison-with M
Wokis iioill!%-IWI tVolusia and WelofI i llb &@sc cury ad( 1Potashi as it would be to conquer theft O LImpu r blood always shows oinmittee. king of the forest in a hand-to-hand encounter,
some here. Itthe skin then Promptly s& noon th, Senatorgs and as thousands who have had their health ruined
GAINS I ILLA QNAWIER ILL bolls, pimples, rashes. 'It the Secretary of the Senate~ alpparpd at and lives blighted through the use of these min
GAIESVLLE MARIR ILL nerves, then neuralgia, nerv- the bar of the House arnd were re- erals will testify. They took the treatment faith- \
IntowduWin *0 How*s by Represent- ousness, depression. If the solved by member* of the House, fully, only to find when it was left off, the disstand ng. resi ent ra m m ll ~ease. return ed I w th nmore ow er, co m b n d w t 11t1II111111111100-Lslature In qaia~s~~ the chair find ordered a roll call (if il+ the aw~fuil effects of these minerals, such as mercurial rheumatis,
Sarsaph i ll311 of the bones, salivation, inflammation of the stomach and boe
$"Won S Issi S El sSenator Jam11411714101 1a. Senator, 90rnpmbereri-spolding. Ile Wh1en thie virus of Contagious Blood Poison enters the blood it qiclc
P. olle" stmaho he dypepia thntoeqefluidake Gichidttoeverynatsmuey cleofhanerveflud, utisvryuesleaneve
I a 1111111161N 1, Apil 20then dy ilosm l s fapetsite. order a roll call of the members ofthe bone becomes aff ected, and soon the foul symptoms of sore mouthantho.
GblhMIOM O e dnApril ay -mhning bilousnesoctoss kows thpes House. 66 answering. copper-colored blotches, falling hair and eyebrows. swollen glad, oe
bTsvMMM noned teneda roreiy, Y u e ocor know hes peretsry Appiceyard they read from etc_, make their appearance. Niercury and Polash can only covept ht.
booe apinmeaonted thei femedy use Cuowr I0 weasa the journals of both lioutirs of jester. C(efldenve for awhile; they cannot cure the disease, 8, S. S. hbefrma'
the~~~~ *reek.~ UnMrst 11nd Was. few 1 *oti.I' fil aer'tate ining tol the vote for United years been recognized as a specific for Contagious Blood Poison-apre
TOWSet Senator, Unvrst andn 31s Irmo. ;011t thoeotldo Ay antidote for the dvaily virus that is so far-reaching in its effects o4tes
k io~aSeinry M)a.S- craton.~ ),a. Part of tnse Seuiate. arid 8. vote on the tem. S. S. S. does not hide or mask the disease, but so thorogln:.
visit~~O ab e. 'v J. ('cnt. l'rwidi COn completely cur", it that no signs are ever se gi
IGvst h ora coo tDe 11 disat for 10"P1,Mas part of the Howie, fiur lon. I.1. S S. S. while eradicating the poison of th Isa.
(I umss, senator Oral!. T. ~.j Talisferro. Vrviltt1rammell. ill drive ou t any vffects of harmful mineai ra
To visit $he Hospital for the Insne, -Imure Bl o noonced that H~ii, Jam 1' Talinferr, niet A. rew')ai af niincral ingffrietoa
lesosJesnadSot having received a masjority of the AS rthar SS..cofin a$tioooTo i ffred fo
Senatorsreperli Jacsy Itd Scott. 5h Ivote's of both flivistes, he was declared kind. reatise Nvrthi instructions for home treatment and any advice ihl
To visit the convict foamps, Senator = 111 Vh ~i~ili~. Ilelce ntd~ae eao f rom without charge. THE SWIFT' SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA LA

An Invitation was received and me. IGspled from Annai Jasesrn Chapter,' statutes agains, the illegal sale of Ii- ()i motion of sriator Adams a cornDaughters of the Confederacy, to at- tiiort nte a pone ytecart
'Wad memorial *zxises. at t114. city ByMr. Avery of lmahii-ea ive tite appied o the cairn of,
semetery on April 26 to niicipsl government of l'ensamola. ntf the iuertlyr ofthe hai n namf
A resolution introduced by Snfr By Mr. Avery of Esmcambin-To, sit. businesseml. heeai ate
SatoI Senator Adams and Representatives
Onse was adopted. requestingt the, Slioriget the city of l'ensacola to ISLS istrurik arid Johirstomibu
Gvtevnor to furnish the Senate all bonds for mnuniipal purposes. Oin motion of Nl r Bluckman a similar
pdnc and data in his pos.Ifl Mr. Avery of FL-eambli-Tlcommittile was Iwj'oirited to riotifyow
9ess1on relating to sjbool book uni- amend th" charter of I erioncolst ret- j 4eotor Taliafvrri. The chair tamed
feemisy. la~~~~11timixtg eheo th f i'r l de-part- ersnaiehcmnai ettr U
~ TM following new bills wer#9 intro- ment. I-ilso: andatihcmnai eit u
dused and referred: By Mr, WVilsonr of Jackson-ru pro- j iiio an ew riut. h omte prlli
By Senator Humphries-Tlo repeal wide for anl issue' (if trnnds tiy tire townll n inted ton thfy etaorlu iaerr 1.runn
Ow law of 10061, regulating the catch. o ~f I ira(erilt t ii bild a brick PohlI returned. isccomnpairied by7 Senatorbiy 11111 of food fish In Manatele county. houser 'ialinferro, who wits rec-ive'd with
b.~: 0=06in ocet nfr givi:M (r Pelint:g (if eaarti and cN 1 thalcmiteohdpromdiodtto
s"0111 of text books. !arvtte papers to) irrors wonder twenty slaid jiresente-d thre newly-eleeted -Sn o
4 D~y Seasor Cr111-To prevent the alsO a 11ill Ofi sitthortize tthe' I rowern r ator. Senator 'I'm ilaferro aso recrtedar
01111 of adulterated or misbranded! tO lipit a comiani~ion of three' toatresrun rdws nrdcdt
fieed, and to provide punishment for codify S4at" riviirce lavs. arid Peek to the otr a rsebl way Ieint ru to
viasors. sec~~~~~~~itilfe rin cJivorce lawm ala themli. fe hc i elvrdaso
By Senator NedI-To provide for the States Iu reln aft ridh apropeivrite addhrtess
d1ivision10 of Holmes county, and pro. fly Mr. Carleton of Nallai-To u ll.tetaidaporaeades
vme tot the formation of the coutity amend the law relating tol the prep- A Thousand Dollar's Worth of Good. To
ofBloxham. ervationi oif wild deer. "I hre be'en eled with kidniey
The Senate had but a short calendar lly (iieral Je-well oif firamigi- Io ff. Id lde orecfryas asn p
for the swesion. Senator Trammell's 11bus Oro ronyfrIan olddr Istoles Ai o r,' attingspn
fertilisI bill1" wasve ordre engrosse imbrs Orang county fr iri
forillor illwa orere enrosedspelnt by that euuoty for remit of all piai,'' says A. hi Ihrnes, a well
for lie third readleig, mud two bills armory fuir Il le seif Start- t roVs knowtn 'oal fqperator of liuffal'- ( I tim
Gas &be table, subjecLtso Gall. fly Mr. Crawford (if Oramge-To, go t eiffottrdiciienilIteA
D1rown-Saskin Case. amend thel %-,t of 1*0m ilroiiti for g au tskiug Fley's K i411ey ('Are' r hen
During the Senate session thoe aselm en ftieV ile- t he- restilt was sijrprioing A fe~w
DaIey Introdusd a rmeotiom to the SekrOchltanuedfrop doses started the brick-dust-hlike suib- u
s411ee6 that when the Sbagte adjourned Spae iihitanucdm~ Pstance and now I hare ri flaili across
for the day Is stand adjourned until pinimeit (if Witesers. Sprague (if Vtiit my kidnieys arnd I feel like a new mai'iA~~4
Thursday morning until 10 oolock. nam arid Johnston of Pascen as c'orn- It has done ilt. 111(p worth tof mnfd." com V i to~LLiS
and t at th so m m ste o priv leges m itteem en o nl th e part of thee lionfl' toi P'ile 's K id uey C ure w ill ctire ev r
ad etetos the ivtto us thviege visit and irnspiect the- work oin trip Ilor- I f~rm of kielmicy 4it bladdeor disease
ida Coaston Line Invnal tor ''rartrea-Sold bry .1. Wt lt('(olltirn A C
&eMate ehamnber for the afternoon IsCatLnUulad rilptt-,Ido n
Inseting of the oowomittee. This reoicon C company. BABY BURNED TO DEATH
latiom silled forth Aa reolat deal of d.- Bills That Passed.I


The Cause of Many 0

suddenn Deaths. GAINEWILLE F R t

This Body This Was Voted by State Mediciil, It; flit, bo, ;t t1ling Wit, havit. to
ing. 1,.4
Association Thurs

of Over Fsve I!,i-!,- Of the Medical Frnterri-t,, Dr. M(looi
Dollars~ Teachers Receive %A iltry Elected First Vcr Presldet,%
It 11% Fl I till to 11111 411 1 F I' It 4 1\ E N, I E N111 F, FEIN .
for Servittes-An Itemized c, 1 41 1 1 t and Dr. Hodges Also Hkmored -- Pili III UA 11.111% I'll 111 1.1, TH E I'll'I'lotfli 0V
of Board's Proceedings. tack the Vital ortizalp., (of Rollers Have a Banquet 111.0h.
C le lll.olilv., 4., tile tilt ilim-1,,es
Below, are PUh10-I;,A tht' i fol .1al pro- 1,rcak tl.,\% it \% ,--v vt :1 h\ ct-11. 6 allit-pli'le IllooA it() eollij-14111t Ili Illak..
Natlilcr t-mil-It Cm,- ru-tilt
eviedings of tilt, 1 ()ard (it I'tih!ie III- of hur P).4rt- (if tile hon-ro belotowed
',,ic kidtle.,; :11141 1 Ivtilt till, 1, Modern llankiilig see
straetion of ALielitia voonty at the a cure is ol't.111"c'I tjwk kk I'v a utrolwr toy tilt, 8111111111 toot-oplon W tilt- statt. I m eeting field oil Aprii 4. IINI:): tTeatillit-lit If tilt- kl illt \ \oil little feel- w hit-li ndl itirtied
llig Ita-11t, \mi (all Ilia!,v 114), nli %take 1.\ I'- Ili oil' llllon ii-,- till ;w c oint w ith tht,
after toliti iii-t-rep-ling ow A loll of ttioi
Financial Statement of the Board of I g-c-it Ll'illc\ hvu an't lll.kAdcl It it", Pioroilmy
Public Instruction, Alachua Coun- I t cq 'ricti't-4 I nalil lit \ it) 11"1, 1 u. 1'. -:1 1 for .1 \I, K itiol .1 r I Ili I htI-( heiiii: ult-t-loo-il fir- k.".
ty, Florida, for the Month End- t VI
0 -11111(" that 11110 c;l-'alit nuct.- I,, t I
ing April 4, 1905. 1111 -4 1 P.1 BANK OF AL CHUA,
I-irvolith-tit oil ILI, aotoot-oitw it for I,
lion. S. If. W it-riges, C lerk C ircuit aii-I tit ) vt 111 Ill.til\ t. I I it r r I ol I I I I I tit gt -P& A sit I r I c I I, i 1 4- t I I I I I F I
Court, AlachtiaCutinty. Fla. night. The t1lild ;l1itl tilt- t lor f-ir the E-gfith 0iotrim, loind to it resio
tick.t. of %;voi Iqx.l y priol trI3 A LAC H UA, FLORIDA.
Sir: It) compliance with Section 2. '* tilt- II,!V);f
It stated ille enjo)o d tilt- 1! i4t m etion t 1 1'
Chapter 4332, Lawd (If Florida. we heroe- cures of t lie it it,- t ;, -!, by filp with you the following Itemized svivailill k(l,"t 1 ,( britiz -,-ir -ted mo I lit, Idlot for h. -Ill ing
financial statement of the moneys I"'It b", all It 1! It,%! millitild Illoell!. %Nhw)l vlll
olie-41ollar %
elillIVIIIIii, I I I it I ril I 1% Of 'lh\ Ilh- Im e O ut k ill' r i p t 6,
waived and expended and war- ,.ittriple N'ttic w t: ,
rants inued during tile ninth ending et)vot-tv ;iiil ]AIIallsio-ve itnt-ri, lit ii, t wptiitpi
A pril 4Lh for tilt- iiii-t-ting 101,4 in tit I Yotl 41o it \,,it itro a % i-11-Aii t
Ill W.461 Ll' A.
Treasurer's Report for February. &
WWI Do It. It's, DangoosrouliL
"Itcy 1!1 till, il., The fohilyttlig t4b"t-rot i-! I I I np..Wolll
Fe b. 4 -.R ec'd of W 1) 11., co I $ 2 143 137, wert- vleeicd ftr tlio- oi -iiing )var:
It" I '1. 1,11!11
16- of Critiolumcomp. 1'rl-pitiool .1 \ I
21 of W W. Hainp- olimi l1rot % wi--pro--idt lit F Nk-kin
ton, credit No. 011r). lr Gaiiii-vile. Vierolipecial district, see'( .547it :,'f; i
Nfount View No 1%. C NJ I I Id f1lo R B I N
DISIIUU I \111S 1 $77,,1 1111 A relief N o. to, It' I i Nle L, it s-) I ti. i. K It t It I rot viv, -pr- tid--iit .1 11 1 1 r li, I I- Jp IIIII-I'llo, F ilat-111114,14i
11111OL4011iVillf- I I itiroorian Love, U) vilivot i;i, !,I, k lwatik ,,

Feb. I-Hal. last rep"I orf-rd'I't 524 144 MoUn $1545; Liortlon No. 1:1, It, ro, elo-oti-d 01.11111i'd 411 %LuuAwI,, kidilivy itwi ,tivr uwulilwuta.
214--Warrants foi atid omr- \\*I loot) $'-It) 6), Ne".11RIII-il. I i It, \ 0 14, NJ Ptiring till, lovalatim mniv Ioip, roio were nty i*r 411 )-DAY
rendered W P7 C. I'vrk Ili@ C-N) III), Fraiii, it, Ivii I) Ill 1.5 4 7), rund. atriong whiolt wn -1-41. 50 Cents a BMII*. All DrqW@W
Stram. a 1 rvpio-w Un (if I Ivad
$ I d 15 V, Noiiiiiians St'llea Rilld \trv (I,, Poral_ tly
Balance in futid lllfillli i X) Lake No. I-.. A M Smith C-N)t1o), hl"" 11,0xvit, For Salo by M. JohnImm, Oatineaville
Treasurer's Report for March. I'vitrel No 114.S \% I'll, I. i lir A Dutch I-Lir -i
Vill#% No 21, 4 It till .1 tloftli
IW O 1: IC4 : I [I 'it'it illolon $1 46 N i-k Nil _16 1, A Ill file itelillig 11he 1011. clolol.111 11111P41111M ar. I- Ral. last report $tJi()3 : 5' Artiolim 112N)tlo, Niviloot lit-arot atthe I.illi-ki-Ilt-r, IllRee'd from Citiqlt'r I .,Iwai kolloo.-iowim I 4ti pri-loRrid GAINESVILLE BOTTLING W ORKS@@
hoi .41ita Fe NO C ok, \\ 1:11tillio $ No ji,,, NI,
too m 43 1 114VII.- a b-im itil.,l irt-joRtit lit il.,- iiPittire of a 111% 400
Ree'd front \V. It. 1)
Col.. Feb tolixel, w) ( :i $,.tt f Ott I lholl No .;6, \k it, Part Soda Water, all Flom, Gver Ale, Hoot aid 111rcli Beer, Nor, UL
Ree'd from W 11 1) 1 oP I I or loli!v Nil 41 '1 1 1 At fi!w liw i lir .1 'th-kinotry. A I I W 11 lit
C ul.. poll tax 11.014 11%4 (91, $2 1 111, 1; I-airtitlil ',(, 4-1 1. Ili it sivivy r Ili tm tioir--d no tomot :,,R.t--r I'litose

rl-t 4
ley IiI., V, h 1of. I'l-tru: V I '. 0 0 14 1 Lilt- Pullooll
31ar, 31- W warrants paiii and I lirp %Ick o-irt, torid if I,:. r, 11;rr I it
ourrenderil-d $2.---.,l sill \ ok at to $ l!) I'Mar 31-11alance lit food o2
I I- .1,miloi i i.9,urol fiir I immeo- Chealod U--alh

WARRANTSISSUED. Vill.. \ $,I) A NJ CuplititRii, Ili- Ili ney trotjto!#- ,(I, it I tills fikiRlly. C H A R L E S B -L U M C 0 69
Poraiw o, for lialtiol-villt- \oll .'lot $Io. F j Illit fly F-glit V
White Teachers. E to oy Iv. insuratwe for i inineovollp \ I I I %%*oIf-- of firar 1 f, % I liwit etis steol
Arredoodo No 1. Aknop Zetrotier 26 1110'. If If \1,-Vrr-%ol juirt-ritisit:11 (it at fi, Ur ph)s I oi joI.Ato am., I
III % 1oI:It-ford \'It hs. %1IvCrvar)- A ly
$N,06: lRoichelle Nil 3, .1 If (Iialoot N N _j to
had k Ill liol- rolitile. is 1114-16 ('41100 41 1111. W hiskies, W ines
Herketreeser $41 2K). Ar- printing. IlIft tV, 1,ownoell I rr$77.2h. Nlary areal 1-ittio, soilols-irm it otiod aii.i-rii hill
athar Xn 11) .1 H 'ulks 1177 21). Opor. P811's for Evil Nto holl, r (I llard- I I I It I \1



There habeiWn many literary wen The State Good Roads Convention, shed over the passing of that "noble to be held in Tallshasse Tuesday. April eeleassmedh.. red man of the forest," she American 2,should be attended by as many as ea 0e of Ow Indisa, esays The Savanash iNews. A asn possibly be present, to assise im Osadia sathropologist, Prof. Wilson., framing proper good roads laws. Peosys all seeh sniment ie wasted; that plet who live in the counties that have while the Indian s race may them ean appreciate their usefulness. doomed to extinction In the long run, The contrast Is most noticeable. With
WtIL e SARY. Editor and Publ'r. the passing will be by assitailation, good roads a team of horses can haul I -itor a with the ladisa's full and free con- twice as heavy a load with half the
sent, and not because of any hardship effort, and a good road along the front ST ireora 0 boecarrbox: or cruelty imposed on him by the of farming lands enhances their value. thW'Wise.4 Week BU $1a year; six white man. And the outcome will b $&ase Organizer A. 8. Mann, in call-.
a.t* stgle copies, ft. better for the Indian. Meanwhile Prof Ing attention to this matter, says that *2EX PRES
Abtsmaveo RAE: Wilo says that counting all of those thosee who control the press are in a
1-1,10eats, 15 cents a line who have Indian blood in their veins as large measure the leaders of semiti- OUR CEATED COBB COUNT COW
sad 10 eente for each addi- Indians, there are a great many more ment for or against any position or It GUARANTE 3 Y RS OL
~~~~~~~~~of them on the American continent to- measure; therefore, your position is a O~wIe~I h sd.46b~ ep
advetiseentsfor hree day than ever before In their history, very responsible one. The people look j ~ e ie elmyo
rghed upon application. Their proportion In the population has to you for advice on the questions re aver met to be had in other brand.
ad Death notices inserted incresd considerably la the past lting to good roads. I do not remem- Order to-day ad we will sh to plata es eme
tuaries, 6 cents a line, twenty years. ber of one opposed; I simply seek some Galles ef this excellent W= y exPCes peeo"
That the ladian is being "bleached help now from all. as it is the time fo $2.26.
OUR OL ef Lin?. out" in certain sections cannot be de. when a good and wise low must be arris Favorite Rye
hme $ansad the Thrice-a-Week led. Is is a rare thing for a white given us, or we practically stand still II Y Rye
(f.Y.) World one year.........$1 4 woman to marry an Indian, but mar- for two years. We want relief now. 4 F Quar, Pmped, $5.00
S bsudthe tlum nta (Ga.) 1 76 rises between white men and ludian If the press of the State will give us 'Thims. Se elAye Whisey h as a equa as mane
e w mi Ad the Atlanta ( .) women are common, both in this coun- their help ad advice now we shall no what yes pay. It bo the iA et mellw
8 Weeki Journal one year. 1 50 try Bnd Canada. Prof. Wilson says doubt succeed in getting the laws best ged, tee, oer mneiInal see. We will ai
SAn a the Semi-Weekly that "not a single pure-blooded Indian suited to our State." Cob Cot t I geart Harris PIA*
aUnon one year........ 1 50 remains in several of the Canadian expre "
--------- ------ ,g-r tri a 0mr to-day.
bands." And so it is in this country. 1on't snub a try because he wears VA OUAaAJITEys If yeu as met entirely
a will not scept stamps of a particularly on the reservations of the lh hene e n te 0 sf yo a e t e e
iuwdenomination than 2 cent. et hr ht e aesuh shabby clothes When tEdison, the -ie a iwsesia WVmaha so
West_ whrewhfumn ae ouh year isamey by siert EA
Indian wives in order to secure thesr inventorof the telephone.first entered C.O.D.shipmeata. Ourretee ThirdNaimei
President Roosevelt lacks one inch apportionment of the tribal lands or Boston, he wpre a pair ot linen eake oExref11e Sesd Express er PestR"
of bein six feet In height.tersaeo nl defmth broerChes in the depth of winter. Don't No[Sse'V Or.".
ag a heg their share of money. due from the snub a boy beause his house is plain A. H. HARRIS.
- ale of lads. Some of the Indian d pretending Abraham Lcols on st NA. .
A New York preacher says Ameri* tribes are rich, and the "squaw men" ad hopeendinaAbrahambincon's
am are tihe most profane people in have profited largely by pocketing
e their racial prejudisand m g snub a boy because of the ignorance of peuie mryn his parents Shakespeare, the world's
red-skinned women. Probably the
If a big brute smites you on one tribes in which there is least admix- greatest poet, was the son of a man
shoek, doe's turn your other cheek- ture of blood are the Semnoles of who was not able to write his own tea like the dickens. Florida and the Cherokees of Western name. Don't ,ih a boy because lip
chooses a humble trade. The author
---- North Carolina. r.a
The prie* of fuel oil in Kansas h" Some months ago the surhorities n of "Pilgrim's Progress" was a tinker.
been out to 21 cents per barrel. Where Washington issued an order, through i)on't snub a boy of physical disability. 80a do00 wait until the
is that Florida oil well? the Indian agents, to the effect among Miltos wasdbln. in s aeoy$ /
the red people there must be les Hogarth, the celebrated painter and rain &omes.
It eely takes 56 pounds of sweet po* painting of faces and a closer adher. o t11a n
engraver, was a stupid boy at his Just call in at SMITH'8 and get you
0aee for a bushel, according to the enee to the white man's idea of what books a special value Umbrells. Big
bh jest paseed by the Legislature. is correct in wearing apparel. At the - -- lot to go at, each
S- same time it was ordered that the It is marvelous what people in sei-
tbe froete in the State north of us braves should out their hair. This, it eral expect of a school teacher. And Try Our Shoe liepairlment for ot
wll hate a tendency to boost the pri. is believed, will have the effect of re- yet. as a rule, it can be said that there LGoods at Right Pries
46 of garden stuff and fruits in this during the number of marriages be- is not a single parent in a district who
-ae twe white men and Indian women, governs her own children so well Le r Side
An Indian girl with her blankets and does the teacher of all these children S flS a
The vesels of the Russian and with painted face and braided hair of the districr Think of It I The
Japse flatee are too far apart to per- may look romantic and quite fetching. parent who t inks nothing of losing
mitef anything but wireless telegraph but put her in the frock of hevilization y
her patience f romn once to forty times a
1ghtig. she ixoke dumpy, pudgy arnt unat. day with tier own children, expects t.9
The shady oaks of (lainesville are traci tesoher to control her temper and man.
et eurpseed by any in the Stats. No EAST COAST RAILWAY. age forty children who come from all
@ity Ia Florida is more inviting to -- I kinds of hone* Th- average school
agmggeegegg A trip over the Florida East Coast teacher is a snodel of var ezoellence in
Railway will convince the most casual government, tmper and judfaentas The Jape are mixing a little with oterver that this is one of the grest when compared to the average parents.
Fraee*, and in a manner that leads railways of the United State*, and and in saying this at art not speaking A Comfortable Buggy at
the frog-eatore to ilieve that they equal ti those of other countries The lightly of Ihe right aivl if uiii 1.( r- Co mfor ta ble Price
are out *op "blud equipment is first-class arid the road- Mnlt
bed in remarkably good condition.
A Ciclago woman has been awarded From.Iae'.sonivills to Miamni excellent ily eaeg hs. busene's. aned feel51 damag** for being hugged. Sh cents time is made, and there are no ainnoy. lowing letituate ines en 'Ic last ccenof which she will probehly espend for log stopes along the line to lead the tury, without rort ing~ to speculation A f wy i t
anew corset to replace the damaged iaervouis traveler to nusluare .What, or monopl~y of sharp practic'es. Adam
on.tev erhng is tder excellent con *aig Seoine ha ca reatt: he t h l pay in
The representative from .1fferson trol, the *mployee knowing their busi. could hardl) have piled ut what would *
eemtg ia the Legislature favored a one and attending to is with eare sad have twe considered a modern for-T f r 1t.
measure totake is obligatory on the precision, and isi as ride through a tune, and the chaee are that Mrs.
-* ~part of Ash to hilts on the full of the section that attracts all who take an Astor would not have invited him to ______________________________mee. tin teret in the advanceinesat of the aiiy of her annual balls
~ltate of Florida and the country as
The D~orothy liedd Zihoe Company is large Aecordeng to The Madison Recorder

giieg th* shoe dealers some good The est toast is a ne.track road the Middle lorida Baptist Assoca.IR8 1 ORf a ..
sell method of doing busincee in a seson is at its height, the numtwbr of for on.' of their topics the questhwa;
beelmee way, people ered over tis line amounts *lmv we as Hapists oterve the lord'*' V iell its IOt convenient to pay
many thousands, and Iis certainly **uter s twig taught ins the 'Wtrip-t *~si i 7t)lti
As ladisaspoise was has bten or. remarkable that not even the slihthest sure*' Evdently they mieani sup. Cti 8 i o d ilg D O!l
eered by the eourta to pay lhiex-wife aceident happened during the pat per trg5 94jUq.1
". 511,TSO alisaesy This sort oef shias water stong the isne teo injury' a sitel *rt,01'ttl
*would, ilt is ecamase ommoon, soon set- pern or delay a tram. This f e __o__Th___p___s___of__I__reverd_____nanty,____hantie the divore qu**tion due largely to the ability oef the men in the noirahern portion. are anxious to
eapioed iii etery oestoo -eni* have another centy formed of that.
Oses*a Youngs* allead umrderee.. neers,5 firreen and b'rakranon as well portion toe be ealled $s Iunew hande m ~ .J. lh
Nas Patnese, will have am. alihi that ity the insild mes of this line the p'eo*sad other cin nii will ico probibtmy herM
will asafy the jury as the e'oming pl* of the I'saeied $stain are shle to tee split ap na few year* as its p'iipu- W gE V OU aI71 Y
trial that she tried to keep Yong to. reath 'tne if the mosti dright* toona serve .
steed of trylag to kill hams f us winter resort iao the oon- IlgglPs01 O UIH' I1001' to 8elect frOmI.
... --try. anid with ease aid e'mefort. and t'tCaher pper says a pr'nen~nt I
The *Ireutation queetoa among the Ised sv ave pengred to thousaesa rduetor t ss esy hatol thecl.
Jagheenville dalit* s mebeing st:rent of eamthrs e .rtheyreane tllthe soild,.ormn 5 *v shas tnlurae clubr
al by the sephyr el of us*aes and bre eomforiatly iiu th arm d obsidreni e. e'sina poetry Is haesbea mativit. and The laily F loreda us is inght cl tiemi.. a. be ft ii In t he goateb z. eed that elub womea
agaggg op as a seedidase for h'ono1r* lamntroe' a not ic' s tiee to hase e'sildreni
aheg shis line ao Ir,*b~.a. web:g t rimugh~ II CO L)ORE

tiaes M GB woman ann clothe her- and an hi'zessnasia It. jatwers.' shhs 'ta'r riag forn $4 to ~ per 1
sel es Ms year. H'U4 oul hisi rot( seid Pat i wouter thow they eaem. *rate. wi *. aow redc1 .io the Mirth well megiW $11ard a ehear in some to bury bcoth it Iem f oliare an ass Whih con. str io the se. trang
weugas~ gsiegs so that he night *rw? about she Agunr per see
ceeh futues wives ad amothere b 'w ______* ~~OsliwedIis t* having** tany bo. .9 O T B ESCLA
a ghes people have to move so

-Y -"-"** "' e.. ... f a.,,. ,, .. Gainesville, Florida.

-TffE (GAINESVUhLE SUN: APRIL 24, 1905 4

Soda Crackers are becoming more and more

og He Is Supposed to~ med to Pass Under It.:
ouht the Chain Slipped and," h Pol

wsrahed the vit3 S'aturlayO f t e Pol
tax of an act-Ident at thie 111W ill,
eA. T. Keliley it ('o wo indies south It remains for the NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
st "anesvile, which necurred atxout 3
*elock in the aftertio-on, which re- to bake more and more Uneeda Biscuit
Mse!in the death of Wes Bailey. a siblored teanistt' :,I the employ of that firm.
Bailey. who was haulingi logo with
had been assisted by his fellow work. Fr tePol
man to gtet, his log In a suitable place for loading sal' went about his work alone. In about five minutes oeof Who desire more and more Soda Crackers of
the men returned to the scene andcla ins
found Bailey lying on the ground known purity, c ani s and~ unhnis
under the log, He immediately sum- qult. U ~ assuthave Ion bee
moneld help und the log was raise soult. U ed Bsutif5u
the body could be removed. But it weeasonic of go avail. s Bailey only gaesped a few rc~~e
timse. and expired, his life having been erosbed out.
The only way in which to account for,
Bailey, who, before he had the logB h Pol
securely ehalmed to his cart, undertook to pws under, when the chains gave way and lot the log drop en his body,! As the best of all Soda Crackers, combining as
whiob was badly crutihed along the tc o no falta sn tiie n
central pante o au ino llta snurtv n
The ead ail ad een n th healthful -it the lowest possible cost-30.
ploy of the firm (pr upwards of a year, and was considered a faithful worker. t
He originally came from Valdos. Cie.W The remains were taken care of, a eoils furnished anid he received a desiout burial. He was a comparatively VW Fe
young man.Gamfo e
Death of Mrs. M. H. Hale.f""Ti Wa l
Mrs. M. H. Halp, for the past ten years a resident of Florida, who diedSoaTe af
as Rochelle on Wednesday, April 19th. U a
19%, of congestion of the brain, aged1 82 yean.. was born in West Tennessee, where she grew to womanhood slid resided until 18J, when she came to euld. after the death of! her husband, J. F. Hale. N T O A IC I OP N
Deealsoed was the mother of seven N T O A I C I O P N
children, only two sons nlow 111111g, one receding in Tennessee, the other
beingl a worthy citizen of Rocwhelle,, Mr. F. ti. Hale. with whuin she resided up to the time (if her, death aund who tenderly vared for her every want. Slie wan a mnembe-r of the l'r.'s-I bytorlan church fur & years. and at LETTER FROM MR. LETSON lom lfriseseild 0-1111811 Owa, Ii,, I I V.,
the time of her death wait a niomber (if tIand give- mir vsail reason fi, 11 .9. Ga~inesyiiie Fou dr a d O W Woka



WC. the undervjgtnud oitzenl.. tal-pers
and retailittred voters of Alachua ofoufty. Fa,0 14
and livinof withinl the boundary below do- IMi
mks & "Wat 4w" r4nipiibed. berelfy i ctition your boooirabie bod as
~Kq ~ tI~w yZ~i g.~to call an election for the No wberry Speial e
Tbor"" istatmct which emtbracefi Sections 3, 4.5.4. 7. 8. 11s
9. Iti. 1hl. lti. 17. 114 19. 2D. 21. SIt. .3 and U. the sawd
_______Townphp 10, flange 17 rAst. and Stos 1. 13. special "0 Olt A S T OR IAIIS 24 and S1.T'ownthip, 10 Hiatie 16 Fast. said to sell theI
140OslPelja AMENDMIENTS collectionn to annex to the above deptiribled din-arise speclifeied.
trict thaeffollowing deacrihled territon to-wit: made in the pay
Seations I3, 14. 15. 16. IT. 104. 19. 1U. 21. St. 23. 24. for the spee of
friends oftlih. I1easur Oppose Thm,. 1 5 111. 2 7. 314. 29. 3U. 31 :12 3. 34,. 35,. Townshiip I. Bake. am
EmST em iwys ouht,~ hic ~9. Range 17 rant a" Section 36i In Towtithip 9. for ,,, J sel
cbs iqeciful OnfMo tol 9e Stutras b" ____tesgntfe f n'.rttb half of Seictlon4 12 and 14 In To%% nnhil on Mulday the ast day of If
BIN fee P*r Diem of Sheriffs and 10 itafix 17 IEmu. twees Lh 1egal ours of ask.
=4bs ei made unerI&se Johnfil. White Dr. J. F. Ruff and besn bidder therefor. for4
hs-f,.- h -d sine us A.- C. Reid B N Smith lag described real estate. asite
~~ ingoda m er~e gouc It ln T. m. Hiscaal TIM Bailey being In tho county of AsbU Sadh
44A rArch Avriett Thomlas Iefti of Florida. towit:
---ss~, April 21.-In the &an. Anlew o me to decelveO YOU In this. P. T. Header-win litearO. caruw a Bdeglinnin as this Northwetraero
SO*ih*m 1100104 *UiM olwe o ills. A w~a inila..e JIftia4onsan & Junta-good"ow but r CLopmti J. C. Wilhlani'l Southeast quarter of bootii*Twn f
~~SW~W4006-----A- I r IAwh W. 14. Stwib (24). Town"h~ Mine (9). Houtho agete
VOW bt old referred: meI itilat tie WIth A" emimager the heath a N. J. liary Ksapp t -two (94) East: theme 'South l fett
MA IIlrnIfprec agisIzw m&1 Kinv-Ald M S. Lanier letake theflee eat eight) (BD) rd oasae
Dg esmeswellisa-To provide b1Un hlrn.xelaeaiis xelet .1ute Howt-l C o. Hatbeo.x thence North 274 feet to tbe bafsto r.
O4 O*MsmA of foes so Im in K K Homei W Hi. Smith thence west alou said seeto Uoe iht s
uu~g .@rU. win., t11I S. Fort,%on J -H. Kirby rods toJ the place of beginning.otaigte
WOO64iiM Wit o United 116"Ms D. J. C Vol tX or) A F. Hunt ascre'. more or less. W. KBKR
witi'W fl~ tI.R ~ I J IMT. W. Harrool C. V. Mcqjueen At. Spolcial MasternChcey
irseNte11l gfeloe Wa s CSOI T. 8i. Kirby J F. Nipper
08os[k'i slf U. Roland A. C. Roblra't'in SHE.RIFF'S SALE
.3 enaor sooo-MbibkI Is a hisrutleass ubetltito for Casstor MU Pulgi. H. Studptlill (,. W'. St rotefi
b mto Plac lim 3o7" polemous goritise Drops aind &whn yusIt is Pleasialtl it F. If Duuoan S A Kin .e$ Under anti by virtue of an exeuiniu~
~ sl piee II..SoothingSyrup..J. T. iwiridul 1, (. %% % out of the Circuit Court. Z*hhJdi~lCr
o mMo~tit In the fresh waters of ste egmiaills neither Opling Morphine nor other NalrenitNwlr'e ~ : cult of Florida. for Alachua ao(y.i as~
11MU also a ilwrqii ie-g.l t 9 8IS6~aate tdsrysW on the Chancerivside of itaid eo hri
aA!_ v NOTICE OF! AIDIACATPON Iiflt TAX Mary U White i. al ia plaintf n Nr
e ip IsIn blow" of NO population and toly reverwmhness., It cures D11wribmsn and Wind a]~l NF~ FTU olne. lI'deftrndant. anddletdt l
I I-AA tNERSCTO n(F'(1 "'l and every te be hrlY. of the Steo Foia
.~- or am, to deliver aleseagee bo per. Colfief It relieves Teething Troubles, cures ConsiUl 4"*. LAWS OF FIA),IiA. 1. 1. W. Fennell. ihertft ofAlhuooay
a ~ mmaA .. mus.... ...*l..d. .....~.... a~aFlorida. have levied upoon and Wslbfr
an Wian cyU. It UGimilal thi XFods mooril the Notice 1. hereby given that Wade Jk Ii.ell. the court house door. on Wooday h ,
3~Semator Crows--To amend the stenmc wind Bowels, giving healty and natural sleep.s tuh~e aof Juy 1-D P 4 av tld tad dfay A.etween the legal hour
lwregulations the carrying of fIre. The ChIlldren's Pausosa-The Mothlers Friends I ertiffcstef n my riomcle. jand hia% e made- allpilc- bLahext aind best bidder therefo, froib h
tion for tax dead to Ihuue In accE)idari(e aitnl followingi da".eribed real eiltate.lig n e
amlaw. Said erilllites embiface the f~imw III(i In Alat'hual county. Florida.ow: Bf Senator Alfoid (by reques)-l'oi GSOEtd N SM A A W described progwrt) .ituated lie Aluebuiste fi Alt 1. 2. 3. 4 andi6, containnh ee
ElTR I LW Y ty Florida. t.'wit each. a&% 'ho% ut by mail recedopbh
the, relief of John 0., Roge of fish cum '4w% of tik and NlofSwift Section~ If. reeo.rdli of Alaachua county. Fula nPs
TI.. lo.n R. kok -A. Page W0. masde byAW.Tlo..
Da th cuOfIThe said land being ..e'.' at the tnte of F tioiether with all and dalathteBy slmmwow Zi-oaedtelw' m tI the lisauaince ol -%u( r. .-erttltate% fit tbc( usawe ment- hetitumentm, arid &I'rtdn~et
ly Senator Zim-T amend the :aw (I Jbh "e~tl and Crillnown. the %&tale leiuing or Ill allI)waeaeradis~ow~gfesbefore committing Unts.. %ad ('ertuiihntea %hblllie red -ented se, low.
Soplfisesudrcetanoodiine A ording to low, tax dleed YA li I,.'j thereon oil bAid tropa'rt levied ulmonitn ob oda
magistrate. uder certain thdiio inc t day of May. A. 1). sit. the ptropert% of Mary(;i. %N bite.Nr S
ft eso MorayT recieI tinevii my omuisIla *wensture asit( -ieal 0h1% lir-i. John (Grahamj. William .Uhaan
the2ftith day of Marrh. A Vi IWA. IDouiam S. Urahaw to atildfy tecesfs
spetdiem of sheriffs in attendance S' if.r Irt'uit'a ,t suit. together With much othecas ms
lapofesins I-I lek Crcit out Aelhu Co. iahaeacruod therein, togvethe ittesm
UPO gerts. ___________________________-of $;0,as rand faor attorney fee.lsicoe
By Senator Stlockton-To provide for mf'lIAr (~AV nIwsaw O IF A1'l'I1A'.TIio 111 r .X to ,sakl.fy ,aid ('ecutij FKNELI

petmeet of mileagot of sheriffs gping The d o u Always DXII LINDF.It SEI'TIfN 'I 4tHAI'TKJ Sheriff lot Aimachim 0ony lrd
In Use For Over 30 Years iurcba'.er of Tax 11 rtliniate No 31,i;IF O
that sorporaitlons doing an express & en s i w niiis iidated the 2d day of Jul', A. 1), hll. ha,1.".Ln '.v ftG
tfiled swi crtitia'atc In niv otheie. mind ha.' M .~.Ln .ft.eatancl ie '
bumiam shall pay loss claims within a 'made aplitiation for tax dee to imrue In e-. ac ,lW
ser~. timeafter illingsuch caims.cordane with law. Said a''rttfilate enibraee. N0t0l-I hereby 91%ell thatincmlao
the following deto'ltaied p~rop'erty. actuated to Juihe 3. '.moi o e te At A fC(reao
gr5 eater portion of the day was Alachusteounts. t'laids teawit I~e1 '>ette A c o h aeo
awup Incnieainof the Key Seliel, of Seli 'of) Sr' of Seet Section I;. T1. Aiifer lud Il the States of('fona r
~Ss is eossidIrL io Ilei. i~n Nev.ada and Aut'hinbrton rtor
Waliwybill, which is reported in Crne Cewe. 11,111-P. Faulkner. sli pllrle kii-n Pc he 'Tbeiiate'(' of twin't is-ertil'alte i ie o, et Auvu'.to 4.l the2 Jarnie'. Lklar so i
fall cader seratie hed. win, Huttijiitit-i. Jackson, Masey, theNostw o suhH.V~t i h ljl f. Aja,' outy t 4.IW2)C. ae f Lord.a
Stockton, Siot WasotWs,1ByM tpittof3cmt-T Une~il saifd re'rtlllate %hall toe realeenned thidai Lled I liilh ati' hip, %sot ttmn
Key West Railway. 1111t.-est~tl 1's y r ic'an's(f.lcir-T tdinir to lie-w. tit% iaad %ill itio,ie thereon No. M1. for tha.- tarehaiw of thi4t21ee
pro lie f or ltyi t. l tof Ingo f o Wte i av tit'Maia s A tr ar)d 'seA. tin s td I ait e row f t" sho wta iei senator CAINl' bill to encourage and gyTh lrvaaiNsr A.Iirvcefrfifiil fmlsi fo Withe d da frei Miriar An Ii alA tioX.anA 1a. n'eu'm o Off. 11ange No. Qi
Noi--c rpd-iM-opA-seif hnriiiired o g be-yoiid ttle Nlth ela% of March. A. 1) IAV'i Poughft I. mwore~ valuable, fo t bror atom
way fmr the ainando of alid tof lavas 14ilo-'y, luotit Cartr., (Clark, tilt lornmts oft the- S'tate. 4 ',r ~el Co's Ahti Ov. IE~ !A loKi411 th~f or %arad llui errpesadt i
W57fro th minlnd f lorda oCrill, ft lie'.., harris. le. Mil'Creaary By ('apt. Jtainptonf, f' 1'scor-o Receie.- St I aitf"sif-ie Furido ody
KyW tseupfor fiofliders&iOi) thle Nth dal of MIS%. lial'
Key estcam upNeel. Nefal.amij. hisne. !'4i~ms aid Waii. olneimd law dmuemPalig fet-s Ina Cages N 01114; i(W AI-I'1.1(AI10I-N h'O TA X Ile raarntfe'. a%'s mItne%'s'aaHah' an Its seond reading as a special order. sotjlyfiecmaa iligIega ae ei IiI. N I( ~t K '1111 N Ft111 l lh'i lli ft'ind. FIii1a, A 11~~ .Uo ac
I lo-or. r lltiittllz llxis raes whe i-k fend, Fla. 1. 1) Vedtde of tiat ; Vi J H
Senator Cr111 secured the adoption of 41m04 am-ei mIm.i WSn (I* intII
several &raed ments So perfeest his bill I 'IIlald' L le herh stve tha 4A CI Itiitte An% arndbso aiml.
a4iso llesty if-m t iti t 41d llaet fi I i ris arpuorrehitisit er eb li i tha T ax e i aan~ te Noi an6 aho vit~ l'e-ecni% carecia aur e ral th Senator Hudson offered an amend- i-i tilrotOi Ia.a' cit reasonabl tit.; fly rmNalr fcimsl .f Viiin (by ia oi-t datedheOlter hal of No%. 1) *rINX,t h'. filmi Oiahuaede'.cf it lb % lie re or'se tifil
Went to strike out all of seelltion A.~ I r'lmm i. ~icj-lamd'ltdj'~ d Ia re a ''lai fpe a i e-e giiotat lier tt ee o 'ee bi let, V.j a'% May 'II Aa\ltA6se
which providrof that the preseing rates si~igfaa i~~ilaf: i Imm. iaidi iat eo il with law sad e'ertifieate 4.le bara"U11e I )ie toI-
of feigt an asenge taiffssha l et. wii~t wits io'et byii ma Vla of 1.7 *aamd ls re .ttae to) I~. aaf rcycle-s counlty. Florida. tto It abul util suc time as the coirpura. tI %~olsd al~%e,4 cit %sW 4 %fier 11 Tit if It t! teca'Ini tte Cireuit 'Curt f.-ichit t Judca mt
I.t toU Ili on'i isd stiT e-aid landi being'Cae at thle(mIe oAmcbus Cunt% l-'urmaui rs a'hnen
shllbeeauin roitexee inthe i.uanee of suc-h oertifleater in tilt tira-e ci Anidrewk J Joll% %% Joahn !-le adJr
*per seat on its boadesd indebtedlnsee Se'nator ('mba'- afleruad ti atina'uiii fly Mr. Hall of Stivrantie lio eam. Jai~re%' Jaine'I.t %ithVrriot
'- iefit fa)iiig I li# 4iil aif tim tia' hat trol atteidant'c' of ehildin at pulic l'UICe. maid c'ertificate %Iia1 Ile re-denfed ae- der (it Ilestitiai
and a slaking fund not exceeding 8per &er eart..iaa. aea a sehololil tinder certaili conditions. thodia'. to law tA dre %~ ill k-e hreti ott mrs lte tta hflse1 l au; 6aJju
iset per annum on the actual cost i ;iieieft-n jimmie, %%li'a'l itam ]toot toy By Mr tsimmih of Wlt,% niul--t% 'gi ~ o~leial %Icjikatkire caill 'sI' til Alker said Gairret %.siith. tedfnat
setuto btierinenta andtitpprod fti ieILdytAlii, A' Dlti re o-r~i
05511tltiotl, aitliP trite. uisual vaite. oif I."a Ia) let late tipelgralahi and telephone change* S If WIKNaF:S theFrei dar. nci-reskieii teStt
'liall ti,4t 1s ae mdte e i~a i ie81t- i aaet .g'gi n ler. Circuit to-rt Aaa'hnus, 0) Fa and %bat the) are over the age.ofweto
Dr. Orill spoke against the adoption ordhed .'mgroeewas ir ld Itth i reAa- tletaita Sta nislmeae miler tep and -- )*amI' FAiPl'~''ia Itti Tx radnteetorte and et r hr
ord~~~~~red~~ said cad o is hrdred gitlhoeoaininieorioertletirl-NTfa i' Pr.ft.''it Moeday.X eoiile tefnan.hese


Dia. To Raise Oranges at a Profit FatTann h MetAci 'ur itle O p a o st
Look tt V0111 fat ilZt TIt) prilduCle det rant one Soe GoesA cc u n ln r t
*satisfacta rit re'iult%. it niust containdetNaRo .G.
three days nutles thaan so per ant. ofatnl I~orne, 14.. April 21.-8lc1- iri ft
to attend the Train No, 3 or the ~uh I
of the Grand Atiaia to Clitttlemilga, "\\,i
taken ofL4 i Od .In a btirning trestle Gki it: Companytt
P o tae retrnd t &ntt 7!0 o'clock thas man1 ra I'l Sandard Nava) StoresCo8pn of
oaathroughout the The value of Potash foi oranges is ee'gapaeiuv r ta.l'
tknwith tbern nn ex an established fact. Our pamphlet but two of the cai% %,it ut it it aI 1 k-on% ill, Florida, alie now prepare!I to
of usnesa ieon orlanyggrowing contains authori- In% sttucture.
f ansil n h aieinformation No one M~ as F;~ 1,!:: 1u ~~ !p ad~
oI people. -i sfe pnthe creW wrt' 'nura L llideetidenflt IFIoIumrI arid
Ieent only mnitltro of the request. no passvngt rb as i h:4 sli P I t vna~ rcrrR~n a,;II
utte citilelip generally, onlY h.ainag, air ot itit av:.u 1i prcsfo oin
looed a great interest in this Till 1111111J911 to thai 11a ~1. lputii'dlvrd tete Jtk
t ~fare of the visitorp, and each per- vfr) lit a%~ iftfat r 1'aotc n,. it. ti rioltl tete ak
aft seemed to consider himself or lha~itt t h Ii ta bl; I 1'.
t, @hesef A committee of one to make GERA4 KAUI wci- (\'t inacstwA'l torlit v if: ii, I a i iiat Frt'e of' storage,'A
lbe iit of the ()dd Fellow@ and He- WORK %\I .i J, ii :JJ Trait At :I: 1.
bhabs pleasant, and in this thvy NOW York ;11111a ~~i'tlt tao r~ I [aur uIw-Sioii charge. WSe are~
Were eminently sticcesatul, it we are to N4i h-a t, I ta nt st 1t 1
Judge by the report of the visitors, ONad fil: a lil put Iaatsaa.~r~iaJr' I 12h 1114i'l ll atdvalf.l 11).
e- o asbotirely and Individually. Every asei it so. inn t8n
representative of both &he parent or- ieve 111114 0 :.I a uta.\-i-a .'hiliptg hitn
der and the Rebekah who were here
expressed the highest appreciation for -- I*a it 4 11, .11:1, S-1' W.1 *-av )'w yi lot- o'~ m if tt For~)I
the excellent manner in which they AID ASSOC:A!'nON. t'n aa. ait1.1 :2
were entertained, which was indeed a Iraie by the 0,ie ait Au11161r to
compliment to tbke committee who hadOraiebyteLdsasAxlr o
the matter of entertaining in charge. Hospital Association, Merl Pao ity ina Dwllort.
The A4id A-ppoa'aatimaiatat till Moare i tho .1ifi t( at? ,, na a iC71UiADi J II 1 CIfDLC1
About Rheumatism. Wea'dliei-doty atterroan, April 12th. Kt I-1 yo)Arti taft, pa i!Tat k-dti. J~ ~ ~ [L 'IV~, )V 1 I I~
There are few diseases that inflict Ithatl resideneof Nl ra N. 1) STA DAl NAVA STORES Camllrd etia? l *IliJ'
more torture than rheumatism and when pt-rnanenit i-ttlaet-rs it( hal, lite- otiia#a atf lirl-aaleta KIatiaat 110 ,~I l .~aC # o I~'
there, is probably no disease for whc a~itoawt''e'ada ol'~ iataifil pali laizaa. it 1 -1 .%'IJ c s n i l F a
esh a varied and useless lot of reanw. j Pra-Ptdant, NI t4. N. 1). Philii; Ia -v I K 'ditty 1r tooar Id it a1.0.
die@ have, been suggested. To say that retary, oMirs .1. T lertival Tr'ieetiotra-r, irtit odlgii of dangoar. no it i- t ir
It can be eured Is, therefore, a boold Nt re. .1. F. Mv K astry, J r. i r.t V a' e~~ir m ii arI asi aealta I itai~ ,Ill statement to make, but Chambe'rlai n's I lrepid a'ai Nt %Ira iln .a'a'tila Vwta me t-tif 111 414at e M i~aa~t r. l t ar Pain Balm, which enjoys an extensive' 1'revidel~na \Irv I. F Wotetr. r 1-1 iit- k Voi c',r W) ,I w r r 1.11 also hUs met with great success in the Thle tza-cutive boarit cittitioaf tat#he fetil %ta. at iarm*ttlral pitootI, l tal millti treatment of'thls disease One appli. abovte attirit-twp, togethaer with MrI 11 l. kidl it iorlulpla' fair aiil -ttlear eulliom of Pain Balm will relieve the Ni ts. Erntl miad Mrai .Jaekaam, who we~re' itki tit blttloal tat Falla- Kitdii ,aY
polt, and hundred. of tiafferre lhave, duly ela'ct, (I ta)t Iha- itt, t 'Atra'l I tri a i llilalt ar than 11 a ,1 Ill,
teitilied to permanent cure-s ry its it.. The Oliet of tlhip ian totition vitall1 'or- olil' %,Iiat 11 J ~
Why suffer when Pein lialr affatedoi ba tat so.aaist the (painaaavilla sida AI-lk t I
samb quick relief and costy hu t a trifle?
For sales by all druggists. aeoi Catinay Aspomt'aatiim tt Itaila and Chatter Granted for New. Road.
THEsiUTY AVEENT a jatilac haispital tea be ltocated Aa: iilrd:
T H E d U T P A E E Tti t h c it ( ai iii r m illa '. tul i lta nli l 'a2 n- l e t r .
MaeralHa BenDlierdTndWok re shallto otit rasep (if uaa'm pan%, watt Krantitl a chat a, r lo% iv ea'4
Matria No Ben elierd ad Wrkbars-active slid hitnarary. 'Flia due tar), atf Smiaa Plilt ('4et)k. I'll, Atlanta
Is Progressing Nicely. for active mi-intpors shall top $1 I(i ;ar Iimagauntl lata Ih'h
As has already been anonzced the anilnur, slid of hasnairary frontiha \Cmm Iaoti?mna, (;w. in fila-1 (t'011 1u' tt
Board of County Comminssione'rs at $1(i igU and upwards. ty. vih-rf' it Nilli rIcaone'ct, Attii ia',
their last session passed a resoution Every mneirber of Ithe (irtilttaS In' lantle unal ltirraiaaghamn 'A -at ilha!iv
to av the siJewalk aratund the court iis earnesitly ri taae-ta't tao -n rdi aitathar, A~illtn taal ii aaaI
hom square with r it rifird brick. The meer teihare, the fi it 1 1#1-.1ig of through I ia ratnga' (;a In I atti
11eg1110lation was a unanimous one, slid the Associatman. Ity. to 11irtigliain Ala iak 11:
Oemmiseliner C. C. Ped rick was sit. A !iPt of tuem re aot itl,# Aaaaa(' at an a tkariaa g h Ii ma f'nur Ili-till it ila on th pointed to isuperititend the work. With wtlI ble paubished later (4raorgil htat'iit tat Itirilt a-m.ani where
thlat energy for whirh this cotmmis- Doaionser we-re ra-oi'#ida frati r I te 'nntti aita' 1l~ t 'l ia iwI FA .:~ s ~ ~ Et 3
slaocrlisnoted, he began at onc.o to Je'h.I.Nducsar It IThiam In ~i telarn lineSPAa'. SII I ~ 1
make pretparatiobs fur saine. Subeaa- a"and tlapLorge W. Hly le LI01TkLs oeV.a-h-ptTJJ- lc il iul xins fii
tIsl earbing and the sufficient number itit'kLtHoe anhd
* of vitrified brick were ordered. Work A S O I Ne to leadio au ;hysivuinn ar hat h iiin k~ high. H ix yett m)'d. Will w'."igli,
wa begun as soon as the curbing vias 1V' 111 Smiilaart ift l'akiii. Ia t-Ai w. I ii' 101,11ti. 1Itit will mniakits Ole st*Aisoi itt
placed upon the grviind, and during cATR I uratile e.~ fltiist iia lout aintli. osio.
the week a for'e atf workmen smid IPW Ishiits "ad OhiiM vishoeil ; but It, Klaatas \ew !t..iavtry
teams have~ been busy excasvating and aTk KW Yu h"i AMPay feh 'foar t'aisiltaiar ,1 Mil -1*.1C a fo d & Da i' St b
removng te ol paveent. 1'he P k10 haai t ~a~aa.h.*~ Terms: $10 season or $15 to Insurs fail.
brick have been delivered, and it isjI Boai the "TIat icrast speial! -aaiuaa~c'aa
expected that by the firstL -,f lt- week I lg aiie0me, andl stiied il Iay li#a !411.i ll-~ Iif I


Mrs. M. J1. Vaughn sad son, Jamer T. A. Maleby, the briek mast%*
D., of Trailer were In the eity on buisi turer of Casoprille wihe Ie also I
ness connected with the county tax eated in the meresatle diroet
asessorps otffice y**tierder. Blads city, was a beelseas visitor I
Mrs Joep Harsno ladwgdy

a visitor to the city Wednesdaty. Sbe Prof. Tom F. MoBeath ad family departed In the afternoon for Fairfield are now pleasand~y loosted ia theirele9. on a brief visit .ter cousin, Mrs. W. gans new bow#. East Maio etmt N., L. Godwio. where they will be pleased to greet
H .,e ~s i~ hJ. H. Rollins of Rochelle was t rans..their friends.
sting business in nhis eity pJoerday. F P. Thomas and R. Neat of the Friends of Mr. Rollins wth rigroet to Millhopper setion were trading in the
et is a quality in Roy ala- that he is not enjoi the best city tera. hey repor erp peos
eof hssh just now. pets good. Thas section was visitor ,,

10@ Powder which makes There are large:nuber of'c;ored by a good rain Frioda lewsyn.h
mitrs. I o he carito. Thf Bl e F.Hand o ocel was day.h

from every corner of the State, and city Saturday on his way home from the food more digestible and are attending the State cnon of Traier, where he went to Inter the
the Primitive Baptist Church. remains of his mother. He made The

wholesome. T his peculiarity An the i e.jrsi th city **S* *ea. hey*ort c rol*s
terday was J. P. Meredih, one of the For sale- Ihoroughbred Barred Plyof Royal has been noted by numberav op f lored bo agood rain Oriar."o ',: "
i ,~ an Po der hic ma es mnisersIn te otjMThe itti of. Haegg f s Woh wu inrhe

Flether eamn to have some dental MTanopy, Fla. w-lw3wke phys oans, and they accord- work performed by Ir. Alderman. H.D. Mason of standard Marion
A. G. Austin of Terre Haot Ind county, Is in the city tovisi his father am re i Ingly endorse and recom fattir of Mrs. Phip Miller, arrived Judge Mo a s his brother, cfre.. F. age Iv hs. Mcesoa k
In tho city yesterday, and will remain Mason, who is here on aovisi and erpdo IS a eArL se e mend it. here for some time. Mr. Anaptin is nO whom he had pot seen for twelve year. sof, healthy. ad ratr strangerr In Ginesvill and friends Show Stores orr Mr. aosout. ThsaAs eiy 1 A
a nd Shaw acc rd Clther eSe to 8*ware ain hise ntalplshno,.
A. ar ladsti to eremhi a o mdyoung disoater. M ie May, were in the W Aloe Urette writes: I Thea Standard Naval Stores Compan ity from High Springs yesterday and -L 1o rm am5. mr rao wei of Jacksoville has an advertisement registered ar, the Brown House. sI compreemecoveredewithfre J. I. Smith of Trenton, an etensie in his este which will prove of inter- Stewart is fore an of the boiler- I tl bdi s easleta Sel sr e n farmer and battle man, left for his est, and perhaps pro so the naval making department of the A. C. rreekSes and Olsetianpes. My teeat ae
ome yesterday, after a cuple of days stores producers of the State. The ad'shope at that place. pereet.pan ios* veru ldy hpent here on business. He hoeluded vertisement. which will be found else. or sier wr r s." Pie*1110 a.
OWNTY C~ODE5~NSE hOC CO. The folwignteimdddt teo

is his purobualo a handsome buggl where, explains itselfTfollow ing s ye1dy ao Ot las.eoa-a iealre saiss, orma .
"""""""""from C, C. Podrick. one of Mr. Pied. leor of C H. Venable, who write HAgaggg IgggT (CS"PriEgs
Shrine nell has gone to Penseg under date of Apri! 19th, to have The Sold in Ganlaeville by J. 8.otifo igrgg{ Ygagg greg G I.s ownth mnftu. cteiv thsols, where he wll take ino custody Sun changed e his address at K Alg & Co., J. W. Meollom & o. Wa M.
& b Ofr Mrs. o C. Waterman of ston, ne* Tom Johnson, wan in this count oo, N. Y.: "I is still enowin here. Jobson and all leading reg s
Miss Janita Fagan of this foriy is upon a charge With intet to murder. and by reading the news of the Sunny I es

PERSOONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS here for a short visit to the family Of Johnson was arrested by the shetritf of South I osn imagine its beauty." HAS A BI0 CONTRCT Col. John H. Pll. She went jester- E sei bia, county upon instructions %%.A Sti k a d nd s ,T.J tce eday afternoon to Fairfield, however, to from the authorities here. Th ad a s tr t Gclae and o Tut A. W. Taylor Wilady arge ody Whatsapnednhatise see heraater. Mrs.bu L. ewin, for Jesse I Grific, a successfulme- Tofoling ree ofLand Ina Faye
to Happen Teld In Short Paragraphs a day or two. Friends of this lady chn-n lne o oevlea brok Joh HB Hiar ofuNewbrrr. .W.Tlohareu dfomago O-t 'H Wh RnsMaRedpurcdlihses aoget hnder bain. where, andplntel f. JoesiltesMra of Car H. ty Mnles h riteeo NA. W. Tor? as Pine, T

STat "eWhneMay Rea"from dCl.hedrok ne oMrai ed- heriaong the bugnsinens visitors to thiseity Lake Bd er, o o. iles of Whaoo r lahassee, where he has 6. eoaged
It In The Sun. In mentioning theofiers elected by yesterday. Mr. wrien brought to mar' tay and W. F. Gsy of A rredodo IA scoring field note of e n
Ameggs Jidwsa' Doaily Win. the Grand Lodge. 1. 0O V. .. Thurs- keg a number of fie country-cured were visitors to the city yeterday. in ILarayetse county.
eredey 0..rsof as inday morning. The Sun unintentionally hom, the production of his own farm Mr Taylor, i will be remembered, a
missed the names of J. It Conrad of which sold readily at fair prices. Min Pearl Browning, a athe et P11eROA Aity SOILIyeseefrastreirdtahyaiy fJhsn a retd yteserf fsuh mgn it beauty." f AS mAnh Bgo CONaTRAC

Col.eand and Robert McClellan of J. E. herald and family yesterday young lady of Manager, is in the city for surveying a sege tn Clarease Osmp of 00oa was a visitor Gaaville. who were elected trustees moved into their elegant new hom On a visit to ier aunt, Mrs. Syd L. land in LaFayes o count re
to the aity yesterday. of the National (dd Fellos' Hme. East Main street. N reotoyllyom-, Carter This is Mis Browning's first nam Lumber Company,
Rotert Wiseen of Windsor was Thse gentlemen, In addition to the pe T eo visito s visit to oairneeriye for four or .e oe Tisor hs oure taSmong the Visitor@ to this city Ynter- feet that they are enthusiastic Odd commodious structure, and is modern years, and old friends were delighted he proposes to begin woras of day. FIlows, are also possened of ability. yeery aitment rugt tof at the opportunity to greet her again. the week. and i is oficert as T.d' Finle& aI pgmg was. In the r nit lod e le t.hat0 i.. Thrs eer appbro inet couendftryue wrvitosothctyetrdy In aa eebrd

ey F ls Aa prgelva dy ing, the the unir unien thoaly am new owners odre. congratulations. W. E. Dow expects to make his de several weeks will t req
Obant of Iiidhelle, w W Ashley and sister. Mrs. parture this morning for Atlas, ple to e wea k.
busies In this city yesterday. would be bn exrtllent cd careful Jawhere he %ril anatfmld ts seion of the It is the purposes ofs
to the ity yeshrndy fo the atona zd yel. Elizme. t Smi h haveet recuretlyacm vii-frfiN ea r'm e Cotn a s~a

Ohms. M. oII. a prominent young had o h a a.Miami. Palm Beach and other points $100o,N)0 Club, of the Ne'w York Life, Company t,*esasstmo a
planter of Hagueo was transcTing hoen Saturday's iuii Sun on the Eaos fovs where thei have which convenes in that .tity for three mills throughout the tract
6**1**** In this eity terday C. E. Melton of Myarantopy was in the te sojourning for the past week. day, beinning tomorrow. Beg one
Mrs. R. M. hamrlain and two oty ytrday. They were delighted with that stion, of the most soesful insurance o- ot gin e
hildrea ofTaonn were guets of Mr. Mrs H. I, Hayes of lilaut was which they enthusiastically declare to liatthrs iniSh to greet hagain the A very sundcsful piele at and Mrs. J M raham yesterday. shopping i the city yesterday be "the garlen spot" of the earth. a member of this olub for several Thursday at the bridge. the t
J E. Wells oif Archer, the efilolaent teorg Mellnhlld .or t of Archer They will be content o remain in years, and is ex president of the sme. numtr was small they
bookkeeper Ohas promient, young Matiai. IIam Bc and othe ponts however. The requirement for membership is leet. They were from hom "fesaw
bookkruper auefor taCscti. Hanksaight, vie* was % traneheslettCastinhee busaneeswich onvnes nstht tytyior treemill tbruhowevehertact

belediefamly in this city yesterday. ye.terd. Meton f y asun:theben ui the writing of f100t(hp0 or moay gnsur. fart r The wit was sparkiaase
suee per amoum, which this heatlian pagne. or which here assabes
b~rg.II. Chmberain nd tw cit yeserda. Thy wee delghte wit hatsecton, f themostsuccssfurinsranugh oAfortMelieosilewPenic

Mis Hertie Hague a charming Mrs Has of %loM s w cheein and Mr. Phineay of a nL0s n fails to do. Upon his re. owin to Mrs. J. D. Torsin s res
nme Mrs shpng inhmysedy. sopgi the city *erta yesterday besith arh iomoer of this cbror. JseveH.l Tday theeDoridge.thil toohit
day. WelMfAceth iin er.eJ Port~nerl 4mrth of Aersot They will be.. conen Crow ran cin years ns exeient8* of an Atam.numerwa Pallhe*er*vry
Wade Thsses ad E W ootabyis le he eit on a vsis toher daghtertdrenwoitockg ofntSwre)amon sh*obspmoalfornshrp-tffr wTke.Thethoraofspaaingiemeaeahsfeetwo hifmiln te hs proia younte Mrs..Oyes Pedray vior Xtts e~ity ytr.Siaeouh aietwl epesd nnehdm.tesa h b~ea
men, wre vistors t the enaty cp* W. Rivs of ofthe MrandcMr perdDannomorwhioch thisathhustling pagiprove.ofiwh,"cbu thherbrdgesofgoodbsspr.e Mal ysesey Hgachmi and Ms. Puhof ha lrogreerve eorangte Mnand Mjooo r. heyo agnner fails- to do. -po hss- owet hs Mers.ort be. Tesspesmgg
y.T. lad ofathae vilgeb A tehe se* owg tase visitor to the county esp* vecky oin paidli there ou me.ptl unt hi iyM. ilb sha ( is spring pwatebrooksset Begtew naems wdkos shopn ih idy eser tn ial j**t*rday. vis yJoearrs. a etre to oeb his brLe.ase H ... the
bdl**ay.i ht oo, es Mrs BrJ. prteroiih ae of heot r. hound Mas. afe. rw an p l-hsbenanintii nAtat pas
Wde Thoasterday E'(olAby la meeto was vissia oedaughter vdes o reclatin wadreamon here Anostat for the tfwidws h or, pr.. arti..a. ac fel..
Twoo "baonde**hon" pom heAisin toe Mhrs. at'ystrda. visitot te rs tJPbi Seedyestretrne.reds ftoepaieherl bpe sedlv e d s beest at~ twe weeetpes.
ment wre vairsrod ytherdoay oaap- moreof Ahs. tone wof therm and Mrsa prnd yetofdaotto ieare ta he ratl ired, sig s bot e bridgher ollf o espg.
malkesterd hay.softhsealiope s o ht rge sensalsvi are it reaiver he ad -tr to leave ~ .. .e ther Oaet Wbo Wae Tas.
arm ofWliaso emly Ae oWo eswsavstr oterut cp en farnyIeed girln sae ahe of-ta tsps iebesa o ~
buiRs men Bdi thf Wehotos, was in u READ a THgrsiefS e of h i r downh. afo tehnaor $100fao ea Wieow shoul sotallmee*"'***il
the city yesterday. IIlaeam to mee .rseta duiesI ii oreats asd fiemns herer AnEtt yter~ M pssboemr Tea ourves y
The bad whoghas twoshe sasthscy yeoveay He AlaJu or.tslh Mrs.1 to'n Sristo raetndto her o Linfest ord fose 2or 30 teps ditthe irst Pmebrteries Obegg
Cost lin hrried* este mprings. fares W.s nll is. Lse:o witr ther- hurned in hrh horings yafterayplafatr t* sseuaor.Hwmuh g Mmrl
main Aladte ars ifuhe sallf rtIoru.ffprnddnmma dayewioerslat ivM s ere bge tternso l a mooetrt Notiedst noWPiasTaftrag
War*rranty leoredstese f esoor er wsoesatuleoupat-As thyissa estof-il T apem.
R sterdley T f laeseroma wame int me to b I haesvealamuln tntat~asr does. 11 ailer un- ap rly81,ome aon forn Theeealedefpggg
thecit steday li cae t m e sta LeeAs riei* drtokil f *ay mfst Irenton has or dihdeliciouso tresor sadt.Id~f~ .~0 by te agg
7 Samknt fr hr ersantHrn oed her hoe 1 etlaftera aaforeyabmOe*.
v t 'he r sino a.f 11.~ t'bog*, Na rthg trs f a l, tw .o yea s ar tey I niftaedaye of,
g ave emporar gret frer rmbe-.~wl edyusm having -gNrt -udsstes
Ntis r .r cie '.* hisra aity wof a e ryse a rios for th s hb t se etofI C mt a u A et a w yiel a I'AL
plistions of s a' i vttenor otn, thgrd. to ave seourl ainfuldeand- h a aWe O nos* lsl
twrtemr. eo conedageroud aoderahiend a hvs is.: got bara lmai seso ith iMlrmat yr oth tEMBrlyS 10 :r anyoe frBA55'W5 ~ee~iO me
byentanr mlogaan seate ret rt andie ha on- whf de**MasMAcPstATVM asr
h s H el. o s a s oe st for tbeeer a d aren to n-3 e ,.este of i N -h* eswhovas for
lb*sor lto th f ai ,y* rda l b ***. Mir th er a three tleeyeasead the was y of- gag itshes tua*n t .. R M c L E LA
Ihait'e.unw.*anny .ai na a li tl e er g al t mostr oeiihf Afio a i ng che * LbL ** rsto t teas iisa moe ahed 1r measy for touriab tsmn fIC'ns n~~IA
quieti yet at rarno re' mu in-g us teiu H a noder e Teits aword si hv a.ecksordaysgs LhbnSSY5O~Ct
pa eig twrk ng thr <*ard we eed and I bees asati he iufrwl r tiebnsels re~ gular byt, 0 ()~ R C E (
bys Tonrai .r I 'tarn1, n as imm teaterlf W aska s e e**. Iiofa daa'en and Iwor ~KVL
lay f (ahu whas h. -st fo aneds im oevru cely d g.o iiere. soit se sos n r or(I IN dv LL LOu
$pW ear preerdys smasrrote ..hra he lss i ai~ eieargka'rea
veieo from Dayon soer se sAd*ibldehnsgrn TEAWo ."l I aste of **'suta ~c L L A
bees on a deU i t- *t ar cnt. Oetne mallntettdeaofth e~ Twat s eg* mh n a ad us ~ a.o t' u e al D r c or n

,,uGetgst war ant he la, r ia~ fuw had sa t'rhadu sealsy frbM y0' ar f rB*) T** I('sdE tine ..
t,.prearge ea'ead b t he w *,eae Vaiad andIreallses- 'rbd y thsf. I spt e a nd V E O Al sofsaoaid a
agag agew sh eprige wherhthee a who sufer willK, Hage brod s tr ofar tpe wse C

Mlagg e of A 1s'i Thes. w l ~y ome Madde tme e as Taiy .- her aai beti FaPem hmtSte tma r
few thi visitors to ah est Fe* r be a by alaale **** ** *1 drugiaesp tsabrgl AINK*LOI
gg asei e mal bttle of ee Twa g mte as. le ~at s goo s Dsee. oAlht
be gaUS egs the mt *******rugt dMb a.Geat ekeeevy8 gtandard segh seal. pe*tnd at

atbr hemai see heirm *r** ease~ ear tea it set te *** H 7 ** me. Matyefesmemases. -gm taW a
~e seens.bu**h .. e ote sran~ ~ y aaa ysed~ weaee een iEE -C jg~n