D^u.I w fro ewell cortevU.
"2 "..ab w i s thr otn Br.. e
.-Watetr, all i r e1r.sdence, Per0
PRO_- a d reen*the, and $0eL ela Le..t
i il ], Jutred, ':b! ip nfmea tpha a g ve. iwoperaig e atalBbeng
meet. to tfntg]
Work tziel. thOld toughot.Ust ths
^. 'iti". 'tonlw dl d o t ot p c e .men..iy:.r w OeIA "nhilln g s anc
tin i .th e t and eeotens of 1 the tW
hinrL's is bein prosecl ted much lvlg er.
.., 've a?: hleoty' ote men are now orn the sene,
-RU t -, ,e Southern acitcarryine thit"e
'' L. orce or h0e today a od W aggam.1
...... wevees is a strong .hpe rofe
E" "n closing the break, planters arOe scrap
Se' a t t to together all 'te a eir hands and opl
.....~h ..... .,.. p ; j trevss artte reapotl or e e fthoseWho,
1,:!I::u P-Iat rive. ..,b e "
iar hrectng t e th struglei a t is ex-
s i iOtr ltthetal r d, .uit ete% tlie 6 tithe Wo w g14,s ct Cte bIng
1.ti "dJi et i r c; ve 1 0d l oeet tongt and tht t saciien
r1 0tl tr.. ..... that w d- ey c t r
P hy 10 f l tfi. here I",ll then begiii.. A "all warMy of
~bn g f fr the c i of ihen -Is now fenga ged in frillting sacked
wi th ep rth 'and it is expected 'that
aiof th l trc' bowed th O er 200,000 rwIl be in r .tess when
.dutad a the call is made Lor. tem Ke
W iork of i'Miss Agnes TrMiver, here today sood at 20.1
St .;,. li feett he a ea lasto eight AU the
he levees Qn the west bank of Theriyer
i t tto young: womem.n abut do,.pngers ofatro the f kdin sas line td the Hymeria
4a,.;kt t. rta: nra Th nir eass e ar crtei a d. in oKe olet C
: 4e s im0 hogwo~ tm .-.tioh.. Armed lotdmns uhard, con.
pW;~ ~i ::for:d ,; .:~.?.t : tNeo~ ptribl thvesem e to.ewarneaway
J4 ost. r suf'eri and rha -toe the cause ,D by ,using wolthe leve t Ancevs "itte
thPin ham :V's V Irli water e romihe Rowt
S'theLaourche is threaten.ig some
STo YMtI W omm:-1 suffered for t years ti' h Tsinor- of the hqlatas in that basin. Re-
(ain periods so m so that ded as I ports from Red river indlate ao falling
Skw mean thee or or o t pain. d r .id 'hre and State Engineer Kerr thinks
kpril t- :t rh4iu : to-, "1 Was d.: to s Iiled condition of fthe uteroie appendage caused the river will b e within. its' banks
by repeated neglected cold. p the next week or tewn ys.
Saht mo irl ol r od ho dgerous it o tke at Te crevase at ros Keys, on the
, 44 Rr0,000 bid vtr W lCrit, ne, .i:ch sfig would spared thrm. Than God Ied rivet, will not do much image.
t Wd" 1e. 1cam.f for. Lydhia 'Pink am t'Ia V:etable Comnpd, that wa the e t ny N- o further tetaela have been received
:" to n ary c~ i ""htilwe whiyh helped Me ay. Within -rte to of the break at Angola
l -nior i,,, l..t. 4t-m et ofl nxt nhl4perid the pandin io do An,. hd ld'r Specia1 River Bulletin.
fole' to ceet are .', kept up th( e tratneit, ar d was cured a month later I alk: Washington, April 2.-The weather
I1'b.~ rrt) ino ei inother son sinc.I am in perfect health, my eyes are bright I e bureau todley issued the following spe-
added 1 pounds to my weiht, my color Is good, and I feel aniid river bulletin.
.4 by To.t O'Rourke, in W .- a uiAn, 25 ?toma Ave., "C.age s, here is no change In the lower Mi .
kI iuJohn R. Scott T1oue monthly solkness weliete the condItion 44 a woman's islsippi river situation except a new
t ig general mnager o- health. Anythln% uu PIc at that time should have prompt crevasse on the left bank opposite the
3 tlaandndmn om proper atterttiotln. Fit 'tthousand letters from woi e pov mouth of Red river resulting in the
backed tp by the Lowry that LydIa E. fPinkhinapa' Veetable VombIound regulates *ie fl4ding of the state faerm ear Angola.
Dy of Aant., G 1 w tion and makes tho4 e periods pablnes. Biaes at VIclcsburg an4 New Orleans
tf~rom~e Sott iest ntiiht Car.- %tlAD WHATMrIS L Ih this movhusg wOre 51. 3 and 20.1 feet,
1A 4_o % h'A, 4 -O rae etveps. a fall of 0 n1 feet
a "t wou wi4 1o W,. tio,UV0 fW h
tiW ^.h' to take place at i avana, early
i,~si~ ber, It th. 'time. is too far
S sto t I sit the i.hters, thns Oarroll
Bto ylr ItalianM .enon.' Master af
9 i S ll itt T -. O P O RtT 8M EN .,
i tw l tore, April .-PresJlent Roose
V)rran ed .with Professor Gen-
ir*. fresaumoe, his fencing els.
A itW Th : prestdqn'
rtea: uslr m a and. told
.iM04 he expected that.othier
4~ :4 take: up: the follr.
)ia.Ew t4 e frop ttls.
lcOdlrt a and gloves
6tIw propose ex to atawke
:9 sat for t.he pesidentofor
on., April -Dto'rs now
i| Pa sl a x. 'the r1-yewrl d
i l i;rl.. who was ldtricken Xu.r
jlti fle ,of the keenest aport'a
: is y regain her S ht. A
Oognn; April 2.-io
|ln | .whIle at exAmlnation.,
|g ~tl *ttutlyrrerftgn heor 'lg. Al-
1 :;0 eoe eye she can distlnguthb
S:-idrkneas. and, even sharo
I-':i spetlcta.llst treating here
e ash tuty oveon Iread In the
)l f' wfewweekas, but possibly
aI 3) (s, B x,. Pm. rLa^ ]-ydl K E. Pink.
hftm a Vegetable Compound has greatly bene.
fitted me. I will tefl yo, how I suffered. My
trouble was painful inenastruion. I felt as each
month .went by that I was getting womse. I had
Severe. baviing-down pains n miybac nd a bdo-
"A friend advised me to try Mrs. Ptkham's
00 medicine. I did so and am now free from. all
pain during my periods."- JassiJ C. LIrNDPisO
1201 oth Street, Rockford, II.
B FREE ADVICE TO -WOVMTN.
SIlrememnier, every woman lscoi[llally
invited to write to Mrs. Pinkhaif there
toIs mAything about lher symptoms she does
".' iit t eir ba a. 'i: a antis
not unde stand. Mrs. Pinkltam's address i
Lynn,a MaOsi., her advlIso is fro6 ind cheerfully given to eqyy etU-
nlgr womarn who asks efor It. Her advice has restored to, health
more than one hundred thousand women. VWhy don't you try
It, my stck sisters
QC vi It a oIwiannot fortiwith rrerit c theo Ortilai nlmotterzrand algniharlt a1
aBUIsuuu -Ea volMtnoItSaI m, whlhwic ll riove their tbsolutte Rnfinn..np
'. ']Ydly da. -PJl Mkhmi1W a ttl l ol .X -Y60,
S6.8. M E-ROHANT a ,,O
Retaitersand Jobbers nIn
rStple and Fancy dGro ieis,
Brain, arden Seed and FertIlzles.
9SOTH ilDIDM SQUARE.
- I ~ OAbLIP~8ILE. .FLORIDAL
HItghet market price paid for Chickens. Egsp and other' P6Aidu
A Complete took of Hay, Corn, Oata, Flour, Bran, Meal, Ootton seed
and Rye. We handle only the VERY REST good at the LOW
: "EST IRIES, an gutanutee saMitsrfacio rw ..:
, FT E L D :.:- ,-- ,. --'. I '
5 Ba allgh HFi ne ascribes thle HIDP a .: -
i::i t r blind-dts to cold super O
rl by' ov dy. Dry Fiiutnc Hides... 18~C Ib N Otter Sks, la;get
.. .. ....:P- llui a. H.sand darker :' -, ,,`,, .. 1. .lo .00
Stk.1 ,utlDra ideTrade 'l b No. 2 Ottr kis, l
reasW~to Con.i, April 2.-Neart 8 ide. 7 lb f 1 1h si
S n pp1oed in the builhln and :dark t 0:
il tths a tinelghboring villages No. Co ISkbi iti,
n strie oy to enforce a a Tai1OW in Cakes. c aid ark .. to m
l4 for' tease in wigies, Satur .. lltno kins Le
halt y and the us of match ... lll5 t.... 1 t
batrg t i toi labeL W rte tot spe.la prices on ill tiand of tn. aew ait d
Sin : alutta. l radteea's Anote, and your btakn. J. W. WATL tKlt...
*i hr. Caloutta. 1
hi"1"tt1, A.pri4 08.0 Aumber of oi1
S$Jba 4 prlae of ent .
0to it Stadtrd Oil "WTI
Sler co.e -a, were burnT D MI 1 1
Still Falling at Vleksburg.
Vicksburg, April 2.--There are no
new developments in the river situa-
tion here. The river Is still on the
decline, having fallen one-tenth of a
foot in the past 84 hours,. The guage
this mornlng registered 51.8 feet, and
is now stationary. The weather is
clear and cool.
Situation Improved at Greenville.
Greenville, Miss., April 2.-The wa-
ter as -receding In the residence por-
tion of the city and the general situ.
ation ia visibly Improved. The elec-
tric light plant resumed operation last
night and the people. are gradually
rnying from the effects of the flood
THOUSAND FOR PRINTERLS
trkling Book and Job Men in Atlanta
Met by President Lynch.-
Alan0ta, .Aprll -Prqsldent Lynch,
of the InternatIlonl Typographical.
union., arrived..lo the city today, and
will make an effort to settle the strike
of the book and job prilters, which
.now Involves about 1.0 mena.
On .his arrival President Lynch aat
sounded that the atms of $20,000- had
been set aside.to aid In. the Atlanta
atrlte; aed It is stated by those in uan
thorlty that more is forthcoming when
Thhe Internatlonal lTypographical
union has a cash l fid a of some $200es
Tenneesee Fruint Injured.
SBanoxville. Ten, April 2-P-rofuteseo
Charle.:. A. KeIffer, horUculturist of
the WUnl~ ertHty of rTendiie, istte
that the frult crop In thld lscrton Isl
partilTl iall ed. Ho .say the freese
San rsleet in February did the greatest.
damage to t h. fruit prospects. He
eays the tree In the lower Places were
more asteeptbl.e to tljury than those
wcwtodd on hIbhwer, ground,.
Veunrttr tnoriais Wap
.: Btlrae,. April .S,-Oneral Mmn.
saoti W. OrHnt o f the. VlthIt; RLtU
;W-#.3'5 lIPas tahil city, annoQunrs
"timt. t cotpSny 6 a d lncreasws the
.l iV'l.(ie. Mm0 ;nrfiUctors and ino.
(ortinn.- ::T aStd!v5lalCO will average
ben 10-to 0 por cenut L The In creac
iLYOvUMB oy on the t.tAt of the cor-
", _': .
*..,P .. t5.',...4 ihh'k r.lit rt""-
R*ltoliti ttli *sit
Is thce best and e. ist reined1
41l stomach iand bowevl trouble
babies arnd clidrec. It q
.CUM3 constipation diarho<,
Svusions, wVcrms, louri somx.nao
1 Is, but' Vtfy Ov tirc.v' C ';;
like to take it. A t ll drug -'
a large bottle for
.- k wyou dyrugI4 about i/h ill
I ~iflNGAC -Ea AC' .7
GEO. S. HACKER &
and Building Mater
CAIARLESTON, 8 C.
Sash, Weights, Cord, Hard
E M. HACKER, Prore
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S SAL
Notitoe hereb" given that the uni in
as adminlstratpr e boni non of the
J. I, VFeaster, decease~i, will at Irvine, Florida,
aonth e d day of April, A.D. 14I oommenoln|..
at D0 o'clock a. mr, on the vreMIses, expose anP
offer for ale at public outcry, AU the Dersonal
property of sld leoe asndme conaslstI gf stof k Sto
of general meroha=s'r- aVd store fixtures,
a fUly eqUlpiNl sWaw mill ail orate fnd barrel
manufactory, eoontainm alU the necessary ma-
oblnery such sa t. 4 4nch ireulsar saw, I large
four-amIe Frank planer, l eufrteer. hcop Maws, ;
trltnloer and planer or lrge anM small hoops.,
stave crolna in.aohinn. stave lointer,
heading turner. slab sw,. cut-off saw.
mhlinle : aw. drrt sBw, butttirh saws.
band saws. veneer machine, tenon ma-
chine. a rip ab*s of speol desiatn knife
.rintder, stapinr uasbhine lor crate headl,
I 4-horse p. engine. It '0-horse p. engine, I- '
h V, engine. I -h. p. entlne, I 50-b. -. enilne.
t 6 o h. p. boUerr.,,a -h, p. bollers, I dumm y
qerit e nnd eara' with 4 t tleo- torao ek,
mules and gttirr.4 lo- ertm. tlmniber lease. s ll
n0be.ssarv dcylnw racks and storage houses, '.
orast t e uors. and mill toolS. etv, CSo-t: '
plete ohncdule cOur b found on tile in the pro-
batteome,, or eP t atnd the pro6- 'he
etv will ,3e'solt in two )ots.-n0e o0onsistn of i Of
the:mer(fttalbwae nd store llxturefs. and the,
uthr of the mill Ilant and all eiulpment,, un '
L 'at OthrWJ"w %nnouud i .t tln.e of sitU ', *
Terae of saIe oca t on all Pirehi*n lem' thn
I-'es oh errtse. *noer eeod a o tvrne of.. le.
k. e.zdone-at feab eon wttl. purehasx.o es :''
smAIuito, Wttbice rereented by .r.. niwor... :'l
nmot"s1t ble l a a-tieie ukcihsU, wath af IW
Intmreot tt b rat0 e oRtOf te'e cent. per
NQ IC' E C3OF ELFETION.
ths t 'ipoe lf .detecrminins* whether a noPa .
4i .atte& !aall be re ate a pevli m ax
tae theVfrrdt.aa for the riOpu e of detew-
raanlWt .e r*Wa of .mili. to :1. aste '
C,lteJ .-t-heOretl (for thel eat suec* $ h s y o .
t'eall ibteafter. Polls will open a m toetk
aie a tlo stunsewt. The Ioll#tt-nfda 1
erwson, Bat bBees sprpiot ed l insie-t or of
dqketec. I. A. ia~keN, It A .
A irte P' A&itol ei : sem.ii
NosMee t. hereyiseB that .hix .tutis ater
the at : ibsttn h. ere.)e I.. r a ., ..
twatr of ti 0 44 p. iaw ai.i4j j
:^ ^ *.i'^'" ^ : i^*:L :\ ;^. ^'*^ M
i i I . ii I_ II II_ I I I~ Ir II r i i . . .
': tar. !:.:/: l ',. :: ..,. .. : :
e was anmog
0q mede to the plat.
Il was transacting bui' .
Pity $+est rday,,
$esok f Newberry, the sho..
4aie press pompany with head-
Itei' st, LeeabIrg ou s been i trans
Sty 4Wsome, a 'charimng
g Itlar of ftll'irot, was in the
0 o~4 o, 4 the iogress
Ye4can* atfHijh Srrlne, as
y h q qrtp. u o s, I
S pit- Anr It's 4t fin*s
94 lbh Spi$ with other friends,
l 04010g(^ip I
$4ia'bia iA*tN ptp^ were to h -tv re-.
...bt uinm oed
la uryor and toer0.ly iand
Agent fre J. T. K. railroad,
*t be ha been this ity for 'the pst
tWo4sys on 'bsitnesis conntected. with
t41e VOWit& Stoi as land oitoe* Cetmro aed
hisome yeotei'rda While here he
AS the 4u0e of ,. U. Wainwright.
M 9I0gs, formerly of this eity
buthf6r th past year residing in Way-
I), iis soou rnlng for a few days
i.r. Rtiggs says he shall always
l GAaiuesvHlle .and consmldet this.ia
iy bhome, regardless of where' he-' may
SrAI(4ing.': It ti always agrea pleas-
.ae fj r him to meet his friend here.
Cbhat. Me$air of EVie w .s a vitialtor
mh"ag~ ".p( pinB^I ore
gld ret his retur. Itr
i. .rawtorV of the fin of ra-
fo% Da Il, hesaetmirnsed froi Ken-.
!io, iheo h has purchased a car-
ihiii htlne ,orses and muleis.' Tis
m has ea.oJyed': remarkable suooess
Sthe st'k busine having disposed
Ssfeveral carl.oads of flne took dpr, lg
the pt W few months, This took will
be placed on the market at once
Ans.ouncenent hasibeen received by
Peotmaster.Arnow of this City to the.
efi fo et that& a coru poittive civil service
sthinatiton (or a clerkshlp and ecar-
S.te for:, the o. la postoce will be
u, b-ld in that city ot May 6. All' per-
Son .over the age of twenty-one are
e ligible to enter, aind there will rob-
ably be several applicants tot the .x-
o. stable Areh Avriett, Justice Tih
atley anld Deputy Sheriff G. W. L y-
stontas, UI otloer, and, many others,
Sanmog wiso were' II. L. Smnilth, N. J.
h t,"D'r. ,. :B. lHoweliland A. 0.
O ttn m ta the city Nrotn ew.
r yesterday, Tha$y 'came for Ith
p00p"e oattesdiiag the trial of nmory
oes wh-1'. wae arralted upon -a
hAgo disorderly counduit and eCar
rlg,*tt0eai weapons before Judgg
,jaons I It of wihalos appears ele.
two tof Vth pl lefst widows oee
lt. "0yde0 40 T.e'd.spl ii6
*^: :,:,n: hti. + othe .andsoipe ladie
- of a ladi. t
everybegy for hea mai rininner
stores oprato^' of Widl1,"was auing
*the bsines 'vitorA this olty, yesi
t-eray. P:r. $lflioa- states tha he
otonrines to work ig' force on full'
time, noti0thsn ig the overflowead'
ondlalon of the o ;ods..
George M. Wright of iakeland, Qnie
of the mo t sucoeesful traveling men
on che road, has : been a the ilB'row
House for a couotple of day.. Mr.
Wright was formerly of this oty, Where
fgorsome time he was engage i.n the
mercantile bnislueas, andi hta numerous
frliods here are always glad to greet:
Mr. and Mrs, sBJ WIlson and ohi-1
dren, of Lancaster, .. after a pleas-
ant Visirtin this eity to relatives, Mr.
nd Mrs.,. 3J.. Wflllams, departed for'
thei homr e Wednesday They will
t;op: a Beth urnet, S. ~O., enroote, where
thy will be the guests ofiMrs WJlson*
*mQ r. These A(l.ever people made
many friend while here wbho. regret-
ted thi.artbure, but truts t th
wil~nmke it convenient to come 0gain41
stlce L. J, Kight, of t Ltors,
6made l brkif visit to the eunty eapit*t
.r'i y :1. h .ay" 't e rackede man" .of
ewberry, w-As among the business
visitor to this ty yesterday,
Ciiptaia ol' ).0. iiley Of qOboola re-
t rad t'o home yesterday after. a'
bief bulsn is srip to this city.
*W. 0. Adam, manager of talS Alblo, s
Export and etihial 0omppjl,Albion,
wa, tii the ty n b.seIeas yeater-
Viii Luy OL Jr of. Albilon, after a
brief visit to Mi Lucille lolclough In
hti l cty, ri e*a to her home yester-
day, i' .
(. E. He)ton. of leanppy was in the
city on business yeotrday. He isa a
merpber of the ftit of Alison & Mel-
P. P,Johaeon of i.mandina, repre-
senting the Peniasula' and Industrial
Benefit Soelety, was. at the 'Brown
I'ouse yil terday.
Woe haia' just received a coar ofI he
mules, suitible for loggintgand turpen-
tine purposes. Call ant 'see them..
Crawford *Davis. dawlw
The boet, physio OChamberlahin'
Stomach and LUver Tablets, .Easy to
take pleasant in ofthet. For sale. b
all druggists and mnod4ltue companies.
Mess Ellen Wells, who has been en-
gaged im teaching at th-e LaCrosse
school for the- ter Just Closed, heAm
just. returmedt to her home in this
Cadet B. At. Thomass of Bartow, w o',
is attending the South Florida Mili-
tary Institute, is at home for a few
days on furlough. He is well pleased
with the sobool.
-J. 1. WiUlamso a prominent naval
at, rea mana of Graham,. was a business
visitor to this Oity yesterday. fie wasa
aeRompanied by his father," J. I. Wl-
lisinson, of North Carolina, who -is o-
lournint for a short time at Graham,
On the occasion of the recent Mie-
aniopy conflagration, it writing up the
alfair. The Sun 'nOglected to give the
ladies credit for heroic work. A muinm
b)or of the -ladies rendered efficient
service, for which they deserve great
SB. Peacock, one of the leading
residents ofiWilliaton, was in the oity
yesterday. Among his purobasea he
inoluded a handsome Barnesv.ille
buggy, which was secured from' 0. .
Pedrtok. ,Mr. Peacock is extensively
engaged in the naval stores business'.
Hon.Theoe Ii. Willard of Osceola, an
Sextensihew phosphate miner and repri.
s. sentative-eleot to the Legislature front
this county, was In the city yesterday
r and made The San .an agreeable call
SCapItaian. Wl1ap*.cts to make h1
Sdieparture tot .Tallahassee tomorrow
* and will be on hand when' the Legisla
Sture opens. I I, to eiUlated that hi
i will make ant e6clent representative
V Y*U Know What You .Ta
Swheo yen take Oroveos Tastetes C0t
* 1sen a usee t tqa* siml l
'ero 4. J aIseit,9 .. piad .. er
w l kmlxw, tlrughsbil She
.o00hby for his lffiencyr has rested
totm pro~table trip to Waeaboots
A otht pohits':.
his .rn yesterday.
Uono Neil Tf, Allred of Goela, dis-
tri1 Sta attorney for the Fith Ju-
di p Cilredtt, is in the : city.; All-
.red Is o.e of the met prominent
young ,i toney in the State :
L. Cnova of Palatka, one of the
lea4i a businesit men and eitizensof
Ctohat lt, was i theity yes tereday.
He. ame tovisit his son, Oabe Arnold
The friends in this eity ef W. Al..
onaes wit l be grat4.fled to learn' at.
.his mother f Mrs. S. A. Jonee, who lhas
oeen quite' tlatOedar Key, is rapidly
impe roving, and" the han es for her
complete recovery in a thort time are
N; W. Littlefield has returned from
Spoinsn the Manatee 'rivet, where he
.has been fir the issd few dayi I e
timhe balmy br'eezesofh Bay famous ri~er
to the fllet e ,en. .
SWei l knowledM an. agree wable. cal
yesterday from',Dr. 3. DAWlton Fanther,.
general agent for Foley & Company,
tbhe great medicine mantfacturers ov
oCherago. Dr. Fancher hbs been con-
ineotedi with, the :irm for' years He;r
comes regularly to .Flovida, and- has4
pmany trienos in thisM Stte who. are al-.
ways gl4d to see bhim
Another band ef Gypsies have s4r-
rived., and ,are enoiamped in the oak.
grove in north h ~ineevrile near the
toreo f ,lepry Ram ey. They enjoy
the repu station of being a most liberal
.ggreateon and ] ve wel, as :mos t peo-
ple ofthat nationally do.As a re-
es theyt are provIng a source of profit
toMr.iseansey, w rois gla o .see them
As a pepoil artist Miso Mabel Voyle
is becoing qtittei pro0faeati, In thel
,ofle of her father is adrawing entil.
tier. "Srtng," wbioh I a qnte perfect
The subject is a young lady holding in
hieri hand a bun~i:of E]aste )lilies. .Th
drawiF g isf atth ed teo bla kt back-
pegroa making a be abUt5t contrast .
'andm l admired by. every 'lver of art.
3 .th Voyle is a pupil. t Miss Belle Meo-
Mizs W. L. asootL It .hlulkwood was
Ita lie e a$ty- qy ay. tb ro nhe
St a rpleasaaill: r~eawiAg bher sub'.
wei~lon. Thitlal dy he re aentlya sl
hker hndsome, hobt~r il trkwood to
l (1 r K oatr i, a i, wiyeAterdayi W n
tne to Oko~ona, Miasiwhero the IwRi1
)ean her hu" and. "ti~h:a ey io Toe
maain in Mislltssippl t as iMndt iithba
period, Mr:r Mien beaig engage h~"a
was; the Ekwond to trkwpotdeuo of
The Sun, apd ..be-t oebre work- 'will b
maied by our s ader
Prhwm x ridaor a u iA a:
Deputy oSherIf F S. Our. of Arhoer
watin there ity::restdy y .....
Houi W. M; iltoh of t natag Ft was
a mng the rlattr to this oirs yestern -
'W. N. (mp and hli Intreatiag li-
tle sno, W .:r J, were in tie eit from
farmer of the Hagri e r a.Cte, ,w a avis
itor to the o.. y ~.at y.rday :
Mrl. a .. Ige fter evera
eek n pent to A.loi a .tios o
South Flords havbe retoeaf 'to this
I Henry a Rt iof "mre O,.iun wai
a isitor t tti elty ysstay bag
come ror-bes ,paof gessltlsg I
SAlderman, the 'rS''I
Syou+ng ti:s lt+
;:1 ams, b ot o
t; N aleof Althoa made
"HOW-a. ttn"., BMaT.
Sri e't itteo ls e 'ty *yester ay.,
Mr:ot. Jasrier Of esraii of Alachyse a tis
leing h,.e d aughte Mrs. t. Fi. Jeer
sA. red4 s.per:ltenent ,of the H.
r(r '.A~o 6$ 'i L e r of.aco a, 'Un.
RP. T l r in'eri oaei opany .;f ont
briook, was tite Brow o1se yester
will regret to lea- n tihe rhre is ctto*eet
to hb lsted with ..a tenant eindsa ;Pso-
e:i:l;,,la.m, : c!, :for; *erly* .of '. ^his
WV. ps tloeckner, supert' tale for
:bho! W~~ estern U o telegiraph ofin e iA
returned estedaoln from a busins a
trip.d to o llto J Ta:ki eeO other
Mr. and IMrs. C. W. 2Nelson of St.
Louisnt er fevertal: da. pent in thai
ihty, departi.ea yeseday tfor Jacksn-
rille. Mr. n elason ti representing the
;sca~arriv in e)d e:t,*est.'
Ballard Soow.Liniment OCmpanty.
R. M. Obamberhlai of Tabu oma, d on.
P. G athusey of Wacgabota and ,3oD. Ah
Pond of Haague formed a trio of pro-
met b folks ipoe r the rual 41striet
who visited h e ty o capital yscte- .6o
William e+rt h, formerly of this
ilotheiVe iarie dno inf i lucra-
sive position at an operator's table in
thb Weatern Union telegraph office in
Jacksionville, is ieiting hia mother for
Perry Colson has returned from a
*enh days tbrip to Tail hasseeOind other
peoita in West Florida. Me statess that
4he State capital 'i putting on a lively
v now, representatives having begun
10 arrive in dead earnest,
W. Smith of Pttsaburg anid Cha.
ib~th of Meadwell, Pa., hav8 arrived.
n the alty from 'Tho aiville, Ga.,
whee they have ben ojoutrnaing for
en paet' few days. While here they
vil be the guests of Or. and Mrs. A.
Jf. B.amth; the photographer, de-
parted yesterday oAbr Jackeonville,
vhero he will remain for a few dRays as
the gust, of his mother. Mr. Smith
ha been Indisposed for the past few
veek,.antd he goes to recuperate from
his ilineswi and get the benefit of his
another's care and nursing.
A. C..tlwards of Traxler, one- of The
run'ss valued aubsribers, was -a visitor
to" this city yesterday, andamongqther
business transacted was a renewal of
ls tsultoription. Mr. Edwards does
not Comea Ito' Gainestlle often, and.
6ays every visit here he notes improve-.
aments,.wheh he is glad to see.
J B.-Willams of Maohua was in. the
city for a few houts yesterday. He
twas en. rouse home from Citrta-ounty,
where X lhas been oi business- for the
,past few days. Mr. Williams states
that tle orange tree. in that county are
looking fine, and that the country gern-
erally seems to be in a healthy condi-
A disordered stomach may cause no
'end of trouble. When the stomach
,fails to perform "It functions the bow-
,els become deranged, the, liver and
kitdney eon.gete41 causing- numerous
dies.s, the most fatal o whiek .are
DaSiesa and therefore the more to be
a The important thing is to
estore the stomaeh and liver to a
healthy condition, and for tisa pur-
0 no bettor Vreparatlom can be used
thA Stomach. and Liver. Tablets.
For 1sal by alldruggists and medicine
1J M Shipmanof Archer was in the
eity yesterday and made The Sun an
agreeable and profitable call. As has
been stated before, Mr. Shiptuan has
b1aegn the erection of a modern saw
m41l near Archer. When completed
the plant will be one of the most up-
to-date ia the county, anditisieed-
less to add that the investment will be
a profStable one. Mr. Shipman recent.
ly purchased the home of Deputy
Sheriff F. Ottrl at Areher, and wis.
family is now pleasantly located in that
Justice J, A. J. Strickland, one of the
solid citizens and planters of ttat atee-
tion, was trading in the city yesterday.
The justice seems to have been the
Sreature of misfortune within the
Spast few months. Hi daughter
pwa er oroosly i. for several -week,
and just a s he had : Wered
Sand matters at the Strieklead
Shomestead bad asumed- theai former
etes tenor, his son, Tiftln, had the
miafortnnse to severely sprela his ankle
Swhiob he ha* sime been unable to
55) 1T 'IAt # be hoped, haowehr that
mthe U~e wl toa ompetely re-
; M. ...w? ..;* .>: :: .... *
I ... -, W Ob 0 0 O RO-I, S
1~ ~ ~ ~~smm a?*.dR^'^y^.'^^i'ffIass '
why a young mans who-sal e
tenttve to business sboIfubeel6
jaway during one of the1 B
I c uite yar.' KRtumo owew
to furmtih..a. o ea .
fet, the Lineuuia t1* i o
Stdeu &**.^-i ^^a ^
a gtr. Mise Pearl, WA10,
this 0ty yesterdAy. Mi
the lfiet i asa.'tatnt in
Sights scoolor the tent
where she made herself ve# j||
the Rocky Point sBeetion. 131 as
that he haes a fine aereage ii
H. Polonan, who-:conducts 4 fo
Archberone of the most profitaln
mills in 'tbe ~ounty,.t ~ g
the city yesterday-:. Mr. aleiant
that the- dlemand for .his' p.rod
Cellent, but that he is pretty e
running to full capnoity% on
the scarcity of labor.
Mr. and Mrs. BenJ. Dukl a*
dren of this clty wenbto ae
day night, where they a'
losing. exerises of M. rtha L -
stitute. They express them:
being delighted with the-.
whih they declare was o.ne'.,o
ever pres nted at that institut
Heard on the Stree
A certain young, lady wbi
playing .a .large number':
gems, to the.: envy of heti
ances, was the subject of tfll
dialogue: : i
"I just dislike that Mliss8 Pin3n
she always appears as thoa e is 0"
thoughb.herself better than. the' ieq
"I ami sure I can't, see whyai
should feel so stnek up, can you I
.'No,-" was the reply, "utbliess 'i
that she wear paste diamonds.."
Occasionally a man who kow l
about how farming is carried. onis
North, comes down here, and.: wit
money or price enlightens the li.4
ed'"cracker" on,. the subject.' ~
the recent wet spell a worksmiia
been employed- preparing a Pil~ i
land for beans, and whenever the wi
ter would permit was busy* as
A day or two ago the man"'lWi
North appeared oe the scene t i
the laborer that the soil up NoliM wts
very rieh.,.and qjaeried: : M:.'
"What,,. ain't your beana .1
Why in our country they 'ulu E
growing nicely by -this tininsC Wi
the matter?."' ..' ?i;:
"I don't guess there's anything ..i.
matter,. only I ain't planld''t1i9
'MWith the musical talent.there
Gainesville, and the beautiful
that bloom, here, it woue t
'though, we miht have a eprl to
eal and flower festival eaotih
said a resident of East (Ginesvti
he stood on a corner and heard l p
in every direction. "A musai, 1
tival could be held in the. ne i
naele that is being built on .
street,East, and it would be.. a
ed by all our visitors as wll' as.:
people,- Started on-'. a .-mll a e
could be increased and singers nI
srumonttal soloists secured at a
cost. Every lover of :nusl' sh'l
sound their 'aye' for such an
"For the size of the town, the a
Sun is a rattling good paper," tr
ed a Pittsbureg gentleman a fei
ago. "t h "ad something t
withpaying fla of~.. daHl, .
know what's .1 I,.& about. ^
time are nam-o who d*
the same time t ada opy
taken by their an p.
'They Have Him* !pote
the following has been- t
by a friend of LLieutenanatt Ult
who recently made a le gtby vt
the Mlaimtee river "Durigtagthe.'
tenant's long absence oa the iJ-ta
hi. loss friends .have bebtwoiiwaae~k
A it!, -
ONW oijif',,,. Kil
17, 1 CM
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