The Gainesville sun

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Title:
The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
Sun
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Publisher:
H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Creation Date:
July 2, 1906
Publication Date:
Frequency:
semiweekly
regular

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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates:
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002027045
oclc - 32993937
notis - AKL4635
lccn - sn 95026969
System ID:
UF00079930:00833

Related Items

Related Items:
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

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Rev. Herbert S. lBigelow, the pasto. w ho" d~sire V Lget tIa iXmt O$ .
will say in part today .. oft h ".:' .
It was in the city of J- I. hap- .,I t. A .,. ,., t7ri
pened to be there for a course of leeo- N' *' ... '
turev and accepted an invitation to <'4 : ',r ~t~
speak at the preachers' Monday mortn ,
ing meeting .
My theme was the labor problem. knlow 'ge ofpol'0 ilc e1oosomn. Will
I attempted to show that, millions of eOaversitrt to Christlanity teach :plaan
our fellow creatures by reason of p.i.ietconoy? Wllt t i
their scant wage, are compeflel to to run anengite' Will it. teeth hihnx
work and live in conditions which to p11lo a steam.r? It reuires
stunt the mind and discourage, i Inot thought to exer-ise telihgently .the
prohibit, the formation of moral' har rights of itl.znship. Thei man wheo
acter. I declared that it was the plait dos ot give teet thou ;t to th
duty of the preachers to encourage lprobliem.oIimrp)Vi g the social coil
every wise and just plan of economto dition1 of ,hi fdiow men is bad .ti..
betterment, in order that the; di, Zen, although gh lmy b a od4lchurchh
cotragel'ments to right living way be member or.even a preaTi ar.
diminished and a more wholesome enl- Another, preacheP referred ,in:his re-
vironment provided for the meases,. marks, to the parable of the main who,
According to the customs in this having beein r1ieed I 'P.of o del,. WaC :
sociation the address of tile day wnas possefsed.of seven .oher d evils,. The
followed by a general discuss if.applieationt he made of thoi parable was
Then it was miny turn to listen. That this': The wortghinen. mainy of tihom,
general diseuission threw no light on got ai beggarly wage.That he onceded.
the labor problem, but it threw a flood tHe aitl.rime that they ought to g0t
of light oh the preachers. mn111 Inuded he went so tar s .to as,
Without the slightest shade of color- ser( tlt. it was tih duty Of the preotch-l
ing I want to report the substance ofi ers to see that they got -morn. *Bit,


their remarks on this important said hil, suppose we shlioui, linoreilue
theme. their pay, what then'? There would be
One preacher, with breezy optimism, just that mcnh IniaO that they would
brushed aside my contention as to low. have to saiqander on the saloon and
wages and bad conditions, with the as- theater. if we" di 'npything morethian
'sertion that the miners in the neigh- to Increase their wage we would mbiake
borhood of J-- were getting $34 a therm sev:n tnel more devil is0. Let
week. us prcaek.eare, d(en!aid more pay for the
It seems that he had heard of some- workiiignlide, btit let us also demand
miner who waa said to iave made that that we have soao control over their
much. Hie could not tell how anity wages; let us hlape charge of their
weeks during the year hoe had inade money ; let us save it and Invaet it for
that. He could not tell how many, if them, for we know. better than they
any, this miner had with whiom he was how to take caro of it."
compelled to divide his $4. It is true Theoe preacheroa look uponi ther-
that the special commission aippoint- selves as tiesahtfipherds of their flouk,
ed by the President reported that the tutil they get to thinking of the peo-
average.wage of the contract miner is pie as Shetip. They are long on benovo-
from fourteen to sixteen dollars a h1nce and short on liberty. They never
week. This comitaisiiun ought to doubt their fitness to inuitgoe the
know. But this preacher thought the affairs of otherft TlhVy would be toster-
commission mitstl have been mistaketi fathers rather than brothers into te
because he had henrd of a miner who multittide.
got more. How trustful mni are of The preacher who thus delivered
any evidence which justifies their himself was one of the leading clergy-.
prejudices I nmewn'o ti e city.- If the theaters tare
The next speaker was still more op- enpable 'of such childish uttteranctos,
titnistie. His assertion was that la- what can le expected of theiir pupils?
borers in and around J were "If the li.glit tlm t la in the be dark*
making from $2.50 to $10 a tday. sa, how great is thatdarknt.s?" If


"Moreover," said- he, "if there are a
few who do iot gt ienlough, we tcanut
remedy the matter. I believe Baer
and Morgan and Carnegie and Ilocke-
S eller are good, conscientious Chris-
tinans and are doing as well as they
can for the workingmen. What do
we know about business? iew can wet
give them any suggestions? T tell -you
the preachers are all right. The
trouble is with those people. They rineed
more of Jesus in their heart. That's
what the matter. If the people will
tteat Jesus right, he will treat the
people right." This remark (licited
vigorous amtens from the brethrenn.,
Almost every preacher who took part
in the discussion voiced this sen.tirfT-ntM
That the thing needed was not- eco-
nomic betterment, but individual sal-
.vation. One and all they declared;
i "'The great need of the workingma&*ti
IJesns Christ and him vrucified."
What truth is there in this thread-
Sbare phrase? If a workingman were
Sdissipated and conversion to Chris-
t. i-tiiiyamde him ober, to that exteit'
u ls eoi-nomiii condition would be im-
l moved. Botsuppose he is already a
isobr and haid-worltigt mn. How
.'ilwl hl"eotdVeiioa raise b.i. w agoes?
i''eie"ia be no general nd. per.a.
n,t i Illese in. wages smve ,thri t.gh.
Siegisatina ihtlch destroys men Tpoly
and therifre increases the pp'rtu-
t,. hls for I 4moneatie empitoymeut, i.
3ss that essnro be done without a


theo men from whom light- i i- pposed
to. coe iare so hop'ilessly ignorant,
whliafccaolts there for the ihlumiuna-
tion for the mlas?
8till another preacher depre-ilated
the igitati0t of these qut liones since
there was dafgero of the poor becquilg
diwsontented.
.Wheni Hte.r fled from hier cruel aInd
jeflous distress and took refugee in
the desert it is said thAt she was vialtoed
by at angel of the Lord. And the
angel ot she Lord said untO her, w "e -
turn to thy miistress, Fnd submit thy-
self under hter hlilands... flat wae a
bogus anrgeL- io the workiliigmen who
are trylong to eswape from a condition
of virtual slhvery tthi. pre!her, like
that ralse anlgit, wotild say, "Keturn t.o
yoar matsters and submit yoursel'es
inder their han4s."
Too long that has been the owwardly
advice, of thie t lergy Anv d itll the
preacher wonder why workingmben
siiuni the church.
Company's. EfW ot d Atte 'Cot.
.ox.a.gton.. -Ky.;, Ae &.-- Oh ft*
lwturrr, .xtura, frtLr tuas and .tefote
tlon c mpian.iy., baded .by 0 eator' .
vti, iol:3 ttot, 1" d, .
$7,000 ,000,.tiVO attec liot 1


to mld a nqttwei o ilM* txa:.iI


Muscles ac gI bones breakig, Atregt,
falsg. TatsgMialaria! The r
Ay's iuaita n Agb Cre


MR 1i ON E.W ON

THE LABORING MAN

Willu Tell of Cold Relation of aa..
tor to Those Who Toi.

PREACHERS ARE NOT SINCERE


$1 to Appomattox i All our .national id" 'Stat. asset ... --.... ..
mentw have:, bhttii paid, o t' pledges Churhtt I Dynamiiitt ': ,
have all b nnn taken care f, we are t n T ch.. .r .Jrinn. J.unt ,-TheO .p
of debt, ind t hare aoin oney In lour .tI t tl a in ynten wtaa t ti own up
e *le nt. fou detIe o .; I tO uthe 1nati '. -w n 'aer
1l Gotirentiun ri N ew Otdsans, Never lSptB$ t ar'1 :ri-"tr, RFev. Mr, Utton, now
foretting t;".e memo..y.,t.i our :ive blo .of La. r. ..ted united with
..leader, Uent 1t Ii re. -tb1a. r t. we tie feodst ar t t. U
celebrated hmii-. blrih4itj on': :a41 aiy, "" "
19th, wish qiiitasble ezxual .*. Fre Am". ot Pi troys Tow,
boi Fratk tClrk .I e 4 .S i a 0a I 4' l


.or,. asit fg total ow o"o14i e w ,
444domI r dtr:ng the oi k srw
$ar o f "Wrapter, d a,.si on .::
t i e ist day of ebrddi 9 40 0i. ". -
'The Rvar4 atr 0 t 9 atI*sZ
lgs do.tn tet y r $ l.,s d (., 'e o
beetn tw..Ayowt, .ad .Itr ag s so rM
rN sars weets t w


Some of the Leading Clergymen of thi
Country Covet the Advance of tTh
Laboring Man's Salary Because The
Think It Will Tempt Him .
Cincinnati, June 0.-Under the sub
ject. "A Morning With Preachet,',sa
thl Vinel Streett t r... l. h


itt *
A,'i Am1 IId $ to tho e o "
*t a R.tti:" noud, 'va,
Tjh u (4t I beg leave to submit
e vhad some disseu-
e Iar w po. i~.;terneh s a#. 4prejtdioes, still,
y Qil$ r H.s il or s r hais as hears the ret tin- One




y Nob1 Q lColtfeerate Qause Hi t an t teach ouf children that Man
een Astaited, iat"d (any Cro*'s of i e A lt r 'of .good cl .i.shIp Ft
'onor Ha,.e Bei*tt estowed UI.n t. loa to oumr homes and TI
W!#thy Veterans. onr on lre.sids H' .
o .e"ing -that our chapter ha suceh
Kirby nSmith Chapter, United Dugh- teial it that will k'ow t6 sur- c
teA f the onfederaey, which i 0ine render untliour glorious work is at- Seal
f tthe stroniest arid fuost popular ii 0omplishled and bidding our sister ta vr
the State, through its pr sidltnt-, lr.f obtIhpters a hearty t.ied-speed anlot Ig t
Irene MoOroary, 18aa submitted the this lne, let us all with one nccort d ma
:ubrliiei~toU.: illvO tO .d liit which will always
foliowiuin report( whili by uniwouw'strive to do thet nhjob wie atlwtys 0 ther
request of the soolet y is publsd fo d to bring bou thereatest good eth
general informati'itfll for thi' caut-e o dear to our hearts. Otrot
Mrs.ekOrery, tith lher excellent Respeotfully submitted,
ability, has n ade one .f the best prse Ms. 1. H. AlMcCitRA ut Pres. cthe
.de.t.the ?hiaptr h.as ever had. &ad .EUTici tLAND UNINJUREb. hse
sihe has been fortwntte in ithe iohearty r... plao
co-operation of the grator number of Giant Stcamer Wil Soon De PFloated wil
.the i hapter. Th 0., towlng ie the<" and Resuma Journey, "
report,: : New York, Ju':io "6.--lh 'teamer It
MadatmtrPresiden, and Ladies, Greet- Deut'blatd, which .gintided I t t
S : eight .In Godney ch'a;iuOl, haai eI i .."t ,
S .. ed Ib dunit l.'i hart Oa Uooyl fi. ih nlo v
..tl iagahi ny prUvitege and very foat(' will p1'V d on ithr voy'o lea
gratifying pleasure, to tub h to thi eros the A40 tlmt ih n thi h ll anl wh
convention ithi "'folowig' rep! Klrby Smitih Chapter for the year surrouled hya heAlvy miaulttl( o n t
10102:. .,' : i Snll kO k i lMont" P l i ur chapter isa f l.J Blafme t Is fitc'd oti thei fliR lot r g i
:ways in active operfteti. Sinee muy Paset.irs IB clt thur frie .' '" p l)
l ttt report we h Lt hl adde t.irth y n ,w itdchltat. (h n.ihm ..Tiroeitd li 0 n1 ien i
tnentl. r to our t.. i, i. hli:o d'id l .* tniind oi io hill, fgvra rtl .n ( i't'i: r
j".w o v l lii to4nho l e. i S .
T'ro hiav reasne4d, and one lihs be#'a t tK.)lr: hlt so man t( tiyd -C I;,,. ere?
transfaterred tq Mathrt Reed Ohaliptr ias,)Xetitr crowred. the wve~" I th" t l
at JactksonvliUe. We now report 80 Bhe was late I a ettlilu aWay. 'J fw .',
its.,mbts, antd amo y g w hotm are itiany iuntorvid the smolte ad setilwi h e..w
good, loyal and .fthil, worker, whose t. hnilor ti y. .ttdh t ,he hif t.i ..i t -,O
eioorts itn behialf o"the chapter's intier- er ..had' t6 crawN slowly ot iheru way -:;.-


ishe burij Piylly half her lien~th In Oi'
observed with interestingg exrcisis the mud. .....n......tion wh etb no
and the placing, of flowers on the listed wlith the Marconit saitlon1at, Fa l os
graves of our honored dad. Island, anti"%frei- thore the news wan 00
Hon.. Frank Adatns delivered tn pent to NewV Yrlk. .il"
eloquent address, which coLipletoly ----------
captivatod the large audience present', Northeinn ecsurltlt Compaay. l
aiuong whom were, I largo nulhar oif S t. b.ie Juno 0.-A1rwi mental .we p8
our "war-sctlrrAd vetoranveH." AL t beftc t Ay et viv oro tll1.1 ttd Btda' "
time we had the pleasui. of beltowing u'MelnnIcvthren Vi the Nso the $e, tto thri
"f t of Micr v-i it versus, t',t Northl l l lfl rt
forty seven et rot esof honor to tho old of W c r o ^ y, atI t tn 1r. t ioe ii .
soldiers present, h it_ did our hearts eontr i melted -Y theo *Nw folae t1ra
good to realize that tlis recogitm of < t:~.r! T-, i'D nirpa0 iot Nt a.I.r bIased' r
their glorious record recalled to their 'up.e, trtfleaft'y the attIae toirtinony lIo
the dot.edai irt vlh, ltheli y tl (k pt' us aUm in t tolhoA e po i1' 'b .dth foie eral o .. O
yOayitl seii of the Soutih.. e' olit. Ti ti.it.ls c.talse, htwoever, t
Jeftorn Davi' birtlitay onil inou I s An .ntirly I tfot .rnands. The thi
3rd wans fttingly othetrved by an t fru- deral s,:,; (: oliw,.( a vllntln of tthi t ,r
tnrtal inant ial whiohw we o.rved i el w'(t I 'L" t;: l Tho .te'! l on
c a. e 1- lv .o" tl're ? ; (l v' p '" V. lJ t r fi otwifl of h d.-
cregilim and from which, and froismoiLh% r thief ;, t ,'tint whhic. h V 1 pt;.
saoureS4 wotrealaizcd $5, which h ilit n.t ciit .:' .": o : o ;iu (if a
was duly tried owverito the J gofotY i re'rtl 1,i1 -,.o :a II of ualwiy,
lviti Moiliumet; Ait ooiiattit Wa The r ',r ':.;<, ,rJ:. I.;;t tv,'d s o throo
also ldisetibu't(ld fitfy-aeve. ('roc' of da.'.t
honor.ou i thls 0oo(a. ti;. -- ., I
Momtiory Pf the "'Ohieolers'lno," N l.r-Wii I .v.can 0tenvat eof. Tn
at Jacltkonville is ev prt ount with itu, No ,ishe ,It O on o' f ( th flrt .
and we have coitriltited $2 during .ii.... o ..t.. l..l .ottun '
thayear to thnt noble pirpose. 'Woe siyn ;t -, 1t,, ttj I.Nv "it ,,l i
have also sent..g LQ U.tho.teto 'treats- to.i y.oi n< u ti- ir<' lhvi mia'til,' K'
urerfo .at i tte pxpena .., of r(.r l.,ita. AiL,..ra.r'x .f't a'rn a lniTrelI
*The raising of a fun4d zchb Jir er In a OW;'a. Altsur'( a Wb :it nw(aIter l
'thftn,.w itfirsat eotltemih'plated' for. thlw *th1 ity ar l.unid'r the a ,nlntit ,tr,t-lon a
:pu erptose f er i t'I g -in moriltitu, tnt t tib0 of. G Vet .cr .'(i ,raf T 'i.'.I' 'iiy. praC.
C'pontfde:rathdiead" Ir oUr l oca[l.ei('nseu. theiiy the: leat:r or 4tiri has oeciupled rntioh oltf or thiiej the palace,
durigR thi pasttytir. lo the $10 we i l..ubrer i.. l 'r-ved,
had in our thad at orl toonven oi, rmt. im Ala ne 0.
we have adtdhd #l$0, ara4 *e now 1h.v 'irml fi'z.ni thuidnA'l,, ii ,+Al. ir. a.ti
tin hand wi in eash, hiai oneotoratges mill of l' nie urnltt o ,o'0many, th<,
:uasto strive on till we somplish ur latrgt In pll .t A-"brr, .Wit- di'.
worthy obj We hves snt $ to f iehimotd, Va., rd rs Itnr. Tho i ln anrt lihtor
forlbete-fit sof the Iattloe Abbeiy,. alo, in th yT rd wire iaved. 'ue lo


rit runmo uui

of teo Qfoztnittes otf ine
Represent His ProfealioN
NTE'D- INCRElASE tN' P.


PAY


y Section and Bridge ForImen
rom Territory of Seaboard Wore
here and Presented Otlimia for
igher Salaries.
.0.. Sledge, trnok forewana of the
bourd Air line, Ihai returned from
1i0t to Portsnllotlthl, Vat., the head-
tfers of tiOe reat system, whero1 he
honored by ic p tintent, s n men -
of the oOniiuittoef f oine to vjiit
geotiorl Oflietl t:idl ask for an in-
Ot0 of .ablry.
[r. ledgo is naturally hal1py, for
effort pf tht committee were sute-
stul, with th1 reul t that all nom-
oea f the track iud bridge foroLcs
rootapiv hlromses, ratgiiKg fgriom
to *14$0 pot year
It eonvereAtiotn with a reprusenta-
Sof Tlet Sutn, 1Mr. Sli|ge, staid
AI trttok (forennmus retisonbiliities
or tcase. day or ilght until ho
r< "'ie dirvieo of t\\ tlm. lpi)Wny,
letioUh iW u)t trWo with tlcntigl-
r aotnl oltlira whtme retsp usibilitios
a whLthly go oft d ty, 'The suun-
o tf al rtiarotts th' p(deida leargly
i n.tio ratltlit~l e of their tratok
i, furthearynrt* ithe ta(cooi.U forneum
obliged t erv i a long atpprie tioe-
p as tracktizii boiore being eotald-
d eolmpntoiP. to diohftrge thi dui
I1fto per itatti ,i r '*,"p'*' :* *''* == '* P
iThei dtiotl art most a rduous aud
cinlg we are. oti tod,,gd oxpoe oiur-
sW to talIkttid. owr eatlrm r, bu.,th night
lday, to prtrob lioe til ptputty.
st5 i4uO i.wemnry for ua to v',onrit se
u 0tnoL0t vigilloo nt; ail times In ltit i,
tef tihe rack, ait vorisight or
igoni onoLI r pa rlt ii r n t.,tI ituold
S. We c)illIder ou raivr.,K luAi en d with .'
lhd lrlior ind Juatly sheithl reivser ;v
ipiMostiun eq tiivalt)'iit to the best,..,
Ph t.ht serytf. .
A traltknm'l o tiolrstion i M 6 o ;tiO'
t whloih a suldie r's.mi ti!olni I to. tdo
by. WrV it, rtO, for rtitahfmlltri ok*
n It would be impol sibl, 1'e for tth
veolilg pitbli to ib h.. rviirl throtiigh
co at. the ott f 50 or ( I urtl e pt
ir witf, at ty, ::
TUhe t'ruolt.o/tri.n .i aire the, h.t n "on
it raiiriatlhi Fi.". r thoe atef< ry wf tho'e
wIl tt ii alg i l,m d iti ht frt i:iat ofor '*
thrvirl pabll ty Itit, rO.potisuch lty:
their Sita t y retIM Iiopu it oi i ..i !


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IllI:ntn Of. Fi.NE 0AB
W, FIN HO^(IIAS
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sLpp14lis:; Up. t, t.tda
r .l A ai;. i *. etirlfiagefl
n^lihed when (d i-trod,(


...r ..nan ,att tion all business i i thls linee.,:
Order by mail or 'tele-
;iia.gihm promtly iOti end ....



TH OMAS.



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WL). stop yiour rent i nad b oy


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god nd What is GolInE
rip 14 :Sport Piataraphs
HsW W0oRue May lead"


'Gracy'ofHi h .Springs was a
to this ty yesterday. -.
64 W. Malplurs of Sarke is in
Itfora 'ffew .days. lie is the

~ nteza, the Waldo cigar manu
was amongithe business v[sit-
$A tthiis ety ,yesterday.
i',,Padgett, the extensive naval 0
r .res operator of Paradise, waen among
m"teoper to
a'busliness visitors to this city yest'er-

F. i,. IRanmsey of Waehootao one of0
hre mnost progressive planters of that'
foi.on, was trading In theeIty yes'.
~day.d
Mrs.P. A. 11 u'l and children hve
'*aturned from' Mlcaxiopy, *lhere they
have been on a visit to the formri's9 p~a*
reat at ud Mr."'s, DO, r.Ua
Isttd.rs fi e stei*,ari0 Miss
andelos J
Imen ia le Iee -of o e
Al th visitors to thI s oft c en
h'stohey Weres rIaIter at the








.o;:ntr Hose 'Bna..
a .meson. po master and all',
1im4 h exstlr of t.e threl in atows Ow
ooywas -amona the "Was,41166to-

.loranmety of this0
8 blatdeplphi, after i
S. wek M to relatives
S_-,deated for her home yeter.
ky. Herold fiemide weore giad of the
opio tar ato welcome her agaMi, andp
1-Wt th1t she will visit Gainesv-ie
Itgt~h het easoU.
Mrs e .'. aadgett and children, havo
lttred to their hoty e at Paradiels
6fee a visit to relatIves at W: lt4erboro,
0. for the past few weeks. They
4re teorobaled 6by Mrs. Padgets'
she, terms. dedsecan riee, and her,
,- who expect so remain as her



![Jt ~t'tach~rsi~ -nh -haer
for,, s overall weeks.
es Clem Haippton departed
It W. sday for Valdosto, Ga., where
be will recupoerate among filends and
1oatives for a few dolys. Miss lamp-
o fist nassilstan. in the Galines-
"lle' Graded, and High School, has
worked arnestly and efficientlyy for
9e past term and deserve'a vacation,
ho li regarded "as 'one' of the most
0~,mWetetoil teachore in the State.
'Ws J. W. MeColium .1 now In charge
Sthe 'Wallace Drug Store, the stock
vIng rebenty' been purchased. by
id4$ford & Mec~olinm.' While the
;'R ofodiford & McCollumi and the
acquisition will be virtually the
he thing, to save confusion th, old
04i will be changed tohJi Sg ihdiord
o. while the nw 'Itha will be
sJew ith J. tecollum & Co. t
Mi hare been troubled for soell ti tFo
rI .di g e s uio d s o r s et o dn a ih "


j!Mr.. Sarah XoV.t 'rourtisof Lee,
as "and have beaiv taking Chaun-
.I no'. Stnmaeh and 'aLiver Tablets
i o ".io ted can e ,t "H iey tating h at
el would not." 'If you h*', a ,.
with your stom Hlocp why not
os these tablets at 4 get well? Eor
by all druggists 'and inedicino
$X B. tephous, the progressive Jew-.
'19Io $High Springs, was a vlaitor to
Qhth lt yesterday. "lie sataks 'that
the"old town" is on a genuiaae boom.
Fi4e building of the High Springs Elcc


ltri and tee Manufaecturing Oompany,
Swhlch he is a stockholder~' rapidly
I ing eotpletion, (and that thit
b will be' in operation .not later
tt1. 50 Th aompany 1as 0or-
ude,:. of ,the:. most, modern. We
of ten 'tonS capaetty' in4 the
t*e;*4 the tookholders anticpiate
4s fro -the investmet.
4 ibera tofi th exo:Ouralonista from
Olt o Ja uil ve:ir tiho"Sea-
'A Lir e Saiturday took id van.
t tblirmitof tickets, remaining
e merWopols nk Wednesday
was reported 4 b one of theim
*oe4siiiexcurton~'~ th# sea-
('yras pa 'ngalaI by vert' point
May. It is' hazsfpt-d that
'bar wV tt of


It' c$T


townl 0od1*m'.
V, I$ .' t! f W*J44 o 'In
a baW41 yeste4 '
W. Rda prog A platk$hft
Island Qrove,was ia %'h$' iyydt*r4Y7.

te'red at the Brown &.4rd'

a brief shoppna trip t y rel
terdayLy o'3
Mrs. L. R. fJleob f at'o1ell4 *ade'a


for of ai h e w a"w hht1q
patronage of the public and the able ur te we .nis o le
unde t fhew ieeti s, o hte h as beendr
ast stane of our members, a very sat- Hehasfor many r eais on doted. a
isfactory sum has been added to the sia orbusness In $akscattvhed, buta
Gainesville Confederate monumentre mitlydipsedo t a e aiues-
fund. The most enjoyable part of tWo riecWil gladly weld one:sie. nme as
entertainment was the musical Pro- v whad i- re rlsw ed e among thea
gram which was rendered during :the m t.~wog.o aive rega pe4ans itn e
atternoon and eveaeig by some .f the W t.., ..,. ,
best.rirtlsts in the city. Prof. Deyo, 7,7...
wld~Isthe guest. of. Proft 'Gailhtams, You KnAst What ((ofaAre Taking
very kIldly honored the occasion with when 0 i th.astele. Chill
several of his hoest selections T e, eea lo is pi y
......... whI. wr.. ome of. s w d'e mathe a


bef Vsit to friends ft y ar per a
,e,,,,,,'- g.o.f..,that
T. J. McXae of ,Havwthqrn. was araong a
O qthe pm iinen vitorS 'to Ganeviit. e '
ongl
yester4ny., 'Pan Cheat of L fos4, mnoee'n a
Mrs., S. Allen,, foir)azly of this' ity aiiair *,ts a "Pane Pami,">w
bus now of 3kacittitle,' Is 'Visiting ret- ilong these w~ro ppaid I city a visit
ative, yesterday.
u .ervisor '0. M. Wienges has re. M. i
,turne'+ +f ~ n. o-oii v'ls to Island.. arrived in the ity, td will be the-
ori latan4tther pits.nd guest of r W, E. W- twright.4
....... .. t 0ta ;fe o n...
r nkha ireterneaed from for a few a "'
augh O hlt sr m
Sbrif Vii to her parent., apt. and oniet:.'ri.e e t th
MrS. 'T Q.43etaeti,"Wort White. effloient 041hltert"' of the Atlanit
P. hA.o 3oriele, one of oast Line, W.s among I i itors to
te.o rdiY ntsf ii ontothe city yestei4ay,
se MoA promoinenth.eityieseof'ta t Stephen Psiaipier of EquV, one pf
441 qtyl,; 0 t .: +erday; 09,0 n
seese a ~ iyysthe oldest *nd most wid41y known eti-
Meadames 0. Ines and Eatoin, ets f the rty, a' a visitor to
two estimab1 ladies of Palmer, this ty yese'ry.
were shopping In the city yesterday. M. 3. Mino0 Roby PQ oe
'~ss sy~rtle and Ala F P+ ennelir dt- the :most' ssessf at' ) rs Ala'.
parid yd erdfay. for Ha wth orn, where ohua cont a vttr to Gaes
'they wil vi .. latives0 for a few days. ville on 'b laVs yesterday.
c. P. Morris ofLf Waldo, one of the' Sandy 0r) dpsted yestery
husI~ng young' usine+s me of that for range Sig wher'he expects
town, was a vitor toalesille yes to' enter of. prisons normal and
,terday. '.'. busIness scho. e will e absent
Capt. 3, .Riley of Hines, an eX- about two -mbths. .
tnsive phosphate minr of that plae* 'Capt. C. B. Wingate .and, wife of
*# 4 10 4 thiO + sttor0s to this c ;
Was am ng the ltorsto this ity yes". Gulf Hammiock, after several day,
terday. spent In this c as the gUOests of their
1 ,ery F. Blatet of Wade, the eff.. daughter, Mrsn essie M .4a1aind, re-
COeWmt postmaster of jhait 'progressive turned to their home yesterday.
tows, was a business visitor to'this. city Miss Eloep owd experts to: make
yesterday. '4' her 'departure today for Nashville,
J.: 0 .illiamson, an extensive naval Tenn.', where she will spend h:e sumn
stores operator of Grahanville, 'was mier among relatives andfiends, .The
Vamnong those vho paid tle county a numerous acquaintances of this yLong
visit. yesterday. lady. wish hr.apleasan trij4 and so-
Monroe "Venable of Kanapaha, O0e Jorn .0
of thie enterprisintg saw mill minei of the W. MBg6sf Grce vl),1 Ky., is
eotmty, was tra. nsuting business in hi n theLcity'"r. Boge ha 'been
this oeity yesterday! .located il .d' iOty .he .. Pat few
Rev, o:R.wLynn, formerly of Mike-, montlia but decidoO tq seka aClimate
vlle but now pastor of the Fl-rst Pre,- a littlI further north, with the re
Iyterian chtureh of tlatka,, was at the that e.leted G.al.esvIlll Thepeo-
3rown House yesterday. pe of the city will welcome this young
Routo Agent J. I Iigbee or the man, and trust th t he may. locate
Soutlmhrn iExpirs Conmpany, with head- here.
quarters at Waldo, was in the city on Wiliam Dampier of Hajtue was
olflilal business yesterday. trading In- th city yesterday. Mr
Miiss. Eliza Dell returned yesterday Dampier is one of the most 'progress-
froum a brief visit to relatives at Ala- ive citizens of the county.. He stated
china. She attended the Frederick- that thedry.weather ha.aglmosit ruined
Williams nuptials at that place, the er.4aIprospects,, and ,good-natiured-
Dr. Means of MeIutosh was a visitor JY added that King Green. was rapidly
to this city yesterday. The Doctor is advatncing and called for Volunteers.
recently.establ[shed at McIntosh, but Chamberlain's Stomaeh and Liver
States that his practice is very good.' Tablets are. jUst what, youl need when
you have 'no appetite, feel dull after
'.j Maxey Doll returned yesterday eating and .wake up with a bad taste
from Alaahua, where he had been to inI your mouth. They -will improve
attend the wedding of his niece, Miss your appetitelean i Invgorate
Lida Williams, who was married to lurso, r an e 'o druggisth
Robert Frederlok. and. medline dealers.
Oapt.. L. H. Temple, for many years Mr. and Mrs.. Daniel'tees of Phila.
a conductor on the Cedar Key division delphia arrived In 'the city yes-
of the' Seaboard Air line, arrived in the terday and will rematn lmhere for several
city from Starke yesterday sand will re- weeks. Mr. Lees is representing the
maui here for a few days. His friends produe commisslno fiin. of G. W,
were glad to greet him. Strate, and will solicit: consignment
GCorgt4L. Taylor of Palmer, the efli- for his house. H -e is possessed of a
cit.,t superintemden.t of the imen"se very clev.erIanner, and vill likely en-
interests of the Gaineaville] Peach joy a successful staybihfs.
Ormhamrd Company, was among the John F. Jackson of Brosson is in the
visitors to, this city yesterday. Mtr. city. He has just retur ied from a.
Taylor is one of the most prominent successful trip through Southwest
residents of that section. Georgia in the interest:of 'H. Kraten-
". Eliott of Vista, an extensive' stein & Co., clothiers,. ew York, for
mill operator, is in the city on busi. whomhe. I the elea traveling
nems. Mr. Eliott was forseveral years salesman, Mr. Jackson'hs h been on
engaged in the saw mill business at the road 'for thirty. years; and with, the
13raord, amid enjoys the reputation of exception of one nnan-."good old Max
braeione do0 the res p ometent nill o.Krauss-,is probably the most widely
nuen if the State. known oommniercala tourist in Florida.
Kirby Smith Chapter, U, Q., Hating become thoroughly cson--
wishes to thank all of the friends' and vinoed that" ainesvilleis a god busi
noess sown,P.M.A. ( owmeau will move
artists who assisted so ably at the ice to this+0ity.fm Jaks~nsilRe with hi
cream sale at Mr. Mason's store on 'fmilthi at an early dayc.k..Msr., Q thoms
Friday. Through the, kindness of this hamilwned an frui baes ir this c
enmerprhs/ng merchant aid 'the liberal l .s .. n ..... .. ...... .. th.. +-..


Elected College Prelsiden .
KnoxVeiU1, Tenn', June 6.-#ev, M.,
D. Jeffrime, pastor of the Second. Bap,
tist church of this city, has been elect-
ed president of Carson and Newm.an
college, at Jefferson City, Tenn.. to
tUceeed Professor J'. T. Henderson,
recently resigned. rP. Jeffrles will
c Hept. He came here..about ten
years ago from" a Loulsille, Ky.,
church.

National fHoliness Ass0ciation,
,Dem Moines, Iowa, June 6.-- The an1
nal. meeting of the Nationjal Holiness
asaoclatin opened. in this city today.
'Z'vangeltt. Harris, of 14o AngelOee
A. Joke and wife. of (hlcago, and J'.
W.. .der, of Empora.. Kama., Stre
among tho* already on thegr ..
Deleito from o,.Im"at1ehuttN and
Okio will arrive late today.
Will Ctpoe For AmerIat D r,.
Chioago. June G.'clateh 1*44e.
:oft he Broo'ktit b- aidea, 1ir.:be a
mpet-tor Ia the" Aa.er dra dety.


Whi 'n Wtfo W~






OP 0W Ynwn Ov~zens.'-. :/e
W ~y 4r0 oa.: o
*01ok 16, 0 t Or
1 4 t61%461 opa ha
cg pt al~ t thi city yesterday
Ow dtben no- son ''losepo
M atee.hg the traders in inthis

0 mlpnt rs r e tague wasl
# these who visited this ity ,i a
44In xezdieeatioh yesrr. ayr
LA i tu Goosby of Monteocha, oe ai
Sool,4 tUyer of that seetieowa
1tradng iu the city vy06to4.oay.f
N. V Ret-lit, of :Wton, o e of. the
mtos wi4Iey known citizens of the





1,6u t. el~i~~beit~ t o heSn
county, was among those who paid the
r0tntfy .apitpali, a v -it yesterd bey.
]ofk. yI M. Rivera, has returned from
Tllahsse e, where he has en forb th the
past tw months repesentig AlaoChua
footty in a most ieeient manner. Mr.
.ivers' efforts in the House were all of
t p1I value, atnd e established for
him erf a reputation that iwyL be ap-
pr iated. by the people of Aleeihua

A E. Miller.of Evinston, one ofA the
mot progressive young itizens of that







M.D&Pas espied from un torp-
sectidon, was i n the city yesterday and
rionewe his subeeription ito The Sun.
hMr. ller paid tthe paper the corn-m
plite of saying that it is the -best
pmi-weeky in Florida, and furnishes
more ,reasable news for the matter
than any other paper, at the price.
Kirby Smith Chapter, U. t C., has
JVt forwarded nto Mrs. Fleming of
SJacksonvlle, whoid chairman of ithe
Fl6rida roox in the Confederate Mu-
seum'at Richaond, a 5umnauflclent to
purchase a iand.some gilt frame for a
potrait of Geni. E. Kirby Smith wht'eh
nhas jtso been completed by' Mi D
Fletber, a pupil In the art school at
URichtind. The press of Richmond
has helogted the work Very highly,
wic 'ws' eo0d'from a photograph-
nd h~s saI tha t the expression and
life-tints are. perfect. Kirby Smith
Chapter i veryI proud to furnish frame
foitheis portralt of her gallant name -
sake.i
DR. DRREW NOT MARRIED.

Stat. 1That The Sun Erred asoRegards
the Date.
the 3un. stated in Its issus of the
onh inst that as, important wedding
had transpired in this comity, the con-T
tr atiUg9paries being Dr. S. 13. Drew
of Jaceksonville apnd Miss' Pauline von
Lattldhau of Santa Fe jLake. It ap-
years that this weddig has not yet,
been-solemnized, as a letter from Dr,
Draw bears the informational that the
function will transpire on the 10th

The error waee caused by the fact
that the license had been issued, and
that the record was secured from dthe
inarriage license book in the office of
County Judge Mason, which is public
property. Dr. Drew states, however,
that the marriage will occur on the
loth int., and we Istill insist on the
lengraetulations, for both young peowlei
are eryd s ig and popular with

LEVEL 5 REAKS.
Thousands 'of Acres Will Be Floodied
in Missouri.
St.T6ols; Juoe 6.--A, special to tbe
Post-Dispatch from Eoulslana, Mo.,
The Sny tle~e broke opposite here
at 10 o'clock this morning. A hug'
dred thousand arems 'of farm land pro'
teeted by the lovee wTIf probably be
flooded, and it is estimated that. the
losses resulting will aggregate inlihons
of dollars.


'A cultured idtmi*p "$ 1
Deyo la's liaht, and ever esenc
was deli-hted at thie power of:. tih
world-lamed mnzetelan. 1othin in
imiial cioroles ha benag~~hee%
.e-Ts tc mae i t th entertain..
A.era'..
Tax on Babies,
teaa ho 'aMIer is a great x
upon tb 4tigapIy )ower 4t. ISpjes
stttaia a 4414 h


Wh0 In h,,d S,

oThere. was' he'" Who ard preset $
Whi.de4 y Qid AMaohuop

Ootaskhmerb ret n, p Ial
'Saturday for the'purpose of aianesep i
ing the vote of' the 'wet and dry eleo2
tlon held 'Tuesday.
There was' a full board present, a
well as a great many-who were ithte. '
ested in the election ohe way .or t 'e'
other. "
The commissioners canvassed the re
turns as follows: .
Agaies ~' f'
District Sell ing Selli :
W aldo .........;... ... 82 7
LaOrosse ................ 30, 0
Alachua.......... .... 2-
C9w (jreek.' ........
Trenton ........... 4- 7
Newberry ............25 15
Gainesville............ 195' $47 :
Hawthorn...... ...... 86 11
Island Grove1... ... ...
MCecnopy.... .... '54 .
Archeqr ....... .... 20
Arredondo ............ 8 1
Fairbanks ......... 7 8
M elrose:.... 41, b, ,1":".i 7 :,..
Windsor ....8.. ..7
LakeView .....,. ... 4
Hague ............... 1 14
Oseeol .. ....... 7
OPrange Heights,.8.,.... 8
High Springs.... .. .46
B2... ..... ,2 2 0
Cam pville..(, ;...,:,, ****" .+ "6'.:;:i

688 77
Majority against selling, 809.
)iDieicts0 No.16 and 19, Lake View
and4,Qange Heights, respectively, were
thrown out upop the grounds ,that,'. h'e
returns were roto". properly,. signd.e
Both dftetipts,'it will be noted, went
"wet.' land Grove was lso thown
out o reason that Wthere asino
vote there, the Polls not. aving e
opened, bn4,
B(,fore' the adjournmentm o or '
board Commissioner Dampier ot Hgue
offered a resolution maikinga standing
reward of $50 for the conviction ;of
every party convicted of Selling whis.
key without a license, in the ,c, nty.
It is said by some who are supposed to
be in a position to know that the eom.
missioners in this matter exercised
themselves where they had no .uthor.
ity, but the resolution was. adopted.
The commissioners werevery fair to
the saloon men in declaring the ballot.
They were virtually through before
the nzocn hour yesterday, but, notified
the liquor dealers that they would an-
nounce the ballot at 8:30 sharp, which
gave them an opportunity .to keep
open anddo business until that time.
MILO DEYO, THE PIANIST:.
Extracts From Papers Give Him,-High-
est Recommendations. -
Milo Deyo, the famous pianist, will
give two recitations for the b-enflt pf
the Oak Hall .baseball team, .Tuesday
and Wednesday evenings.
Prof. Dbeyo is one of the finest pian-
isit in this country, and his work is
highly appreciated here, where he
gave several recitals.a few weeks ago.
Of his reeitals we publish the following
opinions:
Milo Deyo plays 'with, wonderful skill
and power of expression, Personally
he im an afhiable and pleasant gentle-
man whom it ls a pleatre ato Meet.
Those who heard hls wonderful play-
ing in Leesburg arehii frletendshabope
that lie 'will come.,%his way aga"i .-
LeesburgCoommerlga '.
Melilo DeoIs a truly marveloim i "-
terpre ter,. of the. master UI,.. : Y'+re"+' ,
cital las night was woideu2lp," one o-
,tebe belit:.f not the best,: se~tr heard "in::'











**ik .bbo~ls~s aenou ) di4I

be nllutncomite: Messrs.
U iO Johnto aso Long. of BradfordW,
West ofU8 Ross, Ortenl Frn'E'lin *
sad ottleg of Monroe .
It i .t.W uitil the Ho.uienltet in
_____REi t I ate p+nit hatthe sp+iaiw tri.nu1i 9
t naitteen 'u thegeneral 'apropripra
lot blivwas reaJd to report, it lItv-
INoI.ng dvokte our hours to its consider
t Coit t TIh.(e+i olriginat. b, ( appropriated
eat (Wl ttpwmrd 000tfor new buig ig
I4Ta appliances, etc. The trimting cow-
l tee these down by $208,000,
ofat 1 bill attere leaving about 40,OOO, of which East
Pfiti, anfe c 'lorIa Seminuary wifl get 80L .0c.
atV'f-t' re-rts on the _
A. i EXCURSION TO ASHEVII-LE.
liok~li^ v '*reve, sein + ..
3^ ing W iRY i f the frtt h wai.e Large Crowd Will Go-Rate From
S.the A .h"hh w as eaidd Gainevvills, I8B.80.
iad'e this mop ing, wspassed To the Teachers of Florida, Their.
fP14 to '1 Families and Their Friendsi..
rg to escaping The excursion to Arheville, North'
th w s assed by a vote of 22 Oarollna.in "The Land of the Sky
B l w .i..... l eav-e Jacksonville at 7:45 p. mo.,
Sae resolution pro- onday, Juc20I, atnl reach Ashe-,
trl l .the appointleni of three vi., as 1:0T> p. u. neit day. Tuesday,'
ii.to' revise the rules ht time *fjr thb opening session of the
W.pt0 pre ented to the ,S utiera Educational AtAsoeiation :
e '|Iofothe 'e U t. te fOr adoption From present indications it i' safe
...a n rl b.l. -.v. to say that the associatio winll have
oa,'.mbbaM .rele.fbill.I..ivot of Itr largest attendance from Florida.
SVn Waeter,a e tr-tee;, was There are three reason for this state-.
e 1to^ *.: '. m..'-.rent: Fires. Te"' most e'celiUnt-
trtobk4on'abiliprovlding for program whieh hia been prepared,
o '' $2,000 tZon tradl g .stat poniting of papers asd addresses on
Ipa ie, was: passed ,;by. a vote 17 the leadlg educational ",fand social
S'..r ,:I q.' e": L r"L d s quetiona ofthe6 times,: e any of .the
S* ~rmw.' bill 'to rkgulate t*he j Both's foremost tilnkers and workers
ent..aind "otplttin.n of rail-. will take part in the discussions. The
aphopelrators and estabahi. oceasoit promises to be a I otAble
ioro tlway" telegrapht ex. -event l ISouthern educationll work..
n ,e as defeated in the Senate by Second. Asheville is a pleasant sun-
e o I ... tne r resort, 2,889 feet above the sea,
St. Olair-Abrams,' eminent do. and has many kloal attractinibn,. Ide-
lt bill as iMndefnitely: postponed. pondent of the instruction afforded,
Doctor ebb's bill to prevent the the trip to thbl famous mountain re-
at il 6teation r1. fod d i rugs, -and to ort n 1tt i 'tthor 'July wil be aa
Iovi a itpenalty, was passed wholeso and delightful recreation.
o toe bill, e in on Third. The pleasantlway of reachitig
he the trial t Irepletvii iUtsD now pend, Asheville and the. phenomenally low
Sor thereafter brought 'i .thia $Stat{ rates offered by all of the railroads,
t Ihe Ipuirpoe ;of "revering poses- vi: -one fare tor the round trip, plus.
tn of good ware. and. merchandise, $225, .twal rates from points men-
;Ad a OLhr 'to define and punish toned being:
Mingand Qenteriu$ or. e1neyrin Jaoksonville to Aelkevlloe and return,
without breaking a dwelling houseO $16.85; Palatka, $18.0; O0ala, $19.70;
4*llthten. t(, oo miot se mRldetneanor. Gaineasille, $18.80; Tatmpa, .$2295.
Soh. after .5.o'clock this afternoon Corresponding rates from al1 other
e Senate'agreed to consider io points.
4r e bills and having completed all Tickets to be sold -lune 27th, 28th,
the work before it, took recesses from l2th, 30th, and Julylat, with limit July
ti.e td -time to wait for messages 10th. However, an extension of this
oam the IHouse. The same rule limit will be obtainable by depositing
applied during the evening session. tickets with special agent at Asheville
Diamond Ring for Adams. not later than July 10thAand upon
"Towards 10 o'clock Senator MacWil- paymetitof fee of fifty cents on each
'litams suggested that the Senate take a ticket at time of deposit, tinal exten-
*eets oUfa few minutes, and indicated sion of limit being made until October
Athtt Senator Blount would addres 0 i.6rim*eltf to The president. The undersigned managers will per-
St1o'-natotr Blount was extremely huI- sonally aecompauy the party, leaving
M1orous In his remarks, preceding the Jacksonville, as stated, at 7:45 p. m.,
blManitl presentation, and made ref. June 29th. The managers will do
eences pointing out the charnater- everything in their power for the com-
tliesa of nearly every senator on the fort and pleasure of the passengers to
gNoor. Coming from one of their num- Asheville and after *e reach that
her whois noted for his dignity and famous pot in the beautiful "Land of
aett .:greatly appreciated. For further information address the
i"emator .llunt occasionally touclhd assistant manager
is the.tnake ot. doctors" in the See that" your tiket are over the
HUt*'louse. When he referred to Southern Railway from Jacksonville to
^1mgUlding haud, and the broad-mind-, Asheville soa to get on our through
: well-balaneed and conscientious train.
.t tA, presiding man, Senator '. N. Su AvTs, Manager,
opi t's words were earnest and sinl- Tallihasee, F la.
.1r*. In conclusion he presented J o. W. \WmuAMAN, Ass't Mgr.,
llenut Adams with a handsome Gainesville, Fla.
amOX ring. -'. HARD TO ORGANIZE.
itt reply Pesident. Adams spoke in
tl uiiual easy and client vein. e Manager McArthur .Eperiences


iid ta ihat for the sixty days he had
*one what he thought was right, anud
i4ng IgM he lived, he. would ever
b .-i mind the heart to heart talk,'
ind thanked the senators for their
la ndt es and thoughtfulness.
Senator Wilson of the Fourth die-
riot mtade flttting remarks in present-
iagto thepresident token pt the ap-
iseeiatIon, regard aad eseeam of the
Attah of the Senate. fHe then pre-
ta set or gold euff buttous,.s- et
ils Donds.- -.i
l p i$14entt Ada4ms expressed to the.
ttabeait his warm regard for them,
'ltn his remarks Senator Wilsoa made
Bganta the people eallieg Prest.
Saia to a higher political ice,
I* Mr. Adams. ln replying, said
.twas 'i rps to itisre from

a fit oo SAu$ et t a the
aptopeat"o bll Thursday
.tl o' ., i on of ". Stro-.
lion the bi l as plaed back

Semauntts of f9I be ap-
a n itbla aniend -


Trouble in Securing Good Men.
11 IeemS that fate is against all ef
fortasto secure a first-class ball tean
for GainerllUe this season. Notwith
standing that Manager MoArthur ha
been working hard to enlist players
.deaitrble material is hard to obtain
since the season is so far advanced a
majority of the players have signed
with othet towns. There are- plenty
of that clams who call themselves play
erta, but Manager MoArthur ref uses t
sign thenm,a and in this he has the to
operaLtfI9 and approval of the- baseba)
association and the people.
It was hoped that the season could
.be opened the fittt of the week with
erties of games but as matters loo
now the people. ot Gi-neville .Wi
hav no balI t.r at least ten drays,


TH E BIOY $ISTER QWD DES

Wheo ohe Refused to ay t4 O rothei
;nterered, With ths Ryagit That
Proved F~ata to Hmt p1 N4;w rt
Alathua Cdunty jail'.
A. h s another honiloide so0 g

This timehe victim was a thirten-
o.year-old coed 14 y the nam a
8tepheq. Rn~all, and his slayer was
Aonroe Dreph. t s e entire troupe Wsl
.. usedd over a debt of ift ents whoL
Itt is t.laimed the 66 dail bty's pi.ter
Showed Drew. -" appears that thed ebt
''h has been of severa l months' tand ing
Sand that Drew had repeatedly dem ond
tn a n.a' ed of the girl tis pay in this occion
L' 'A .he went to the Randall home., ad after
another demand there fol wed s me
o oly m"hot words and 4ihe alteration hi
led to the death of the boy.
4t 6'%. i. oe rs ," The shootingoccurred sbout ocloc
.00% j .. .Wednesday evening. Randall. ngere
Snder until 7o'cloek Th urday morningn wh n
A. prominent So u thern dy, Mrs. he didinan uconsos ditiol .
"Te rd" Immediately after the death of young
Blanchaprd, of Nashille, enn., tells how Ridall Drew w a rested by Speal
s hen was x curedtob t of ine pn Officer Fugate. Hle was arraigned in
Justice Williams' court at lachu and
ful o nd ,irregu ar .ple od y the use of bound mr o ae n t ilihi
Lya E P with his prisoner Fri n y and lie isno
confined in theeountmy]ail.,
S"I)aDm. s. ? t~n:--- (.Ctitude "nApels mre to acknowledge the _
groat meri,4 o your. Veotab omod thave sufferedfor four years
With irregularinud su In also dizziness,pains into baelk
and .wet.is, sifmds leeps* ir dId- the time to come which
Would only mean suffering to ma.
Better b th is Val I wneA, and ure if ibe. Lydia E. Pifh ink- t*
UaWs V etble orm untm brought te health andhapiness in a ('sl"
few short months. IX ike another person now. My aches and painsIIII
ha left me. Life S new and sweet to me, and everything seem
SSix bo ttles brought me health,, andwas worth more than month Fb HEALTH AND REREATIL
under the doctor's. cai* which really did not benefit .neatOall. Iam sat-
isfed there is no mediane so good for siek women as your Vegetable Situated on the Jacksonville and
Compound, and I advocate it to my l L y friends in need of medical Southwestern railroad, eleven .1Ules.
help. -- MniS. B, A. BLAXoIIAR 422 Broad St., Nashville, Tenn. north of the town of Alachua. Strong-
When women are troubledwithrreglar, suppressedorpainulmenstrua, est sulphur in Florida. Acres Rhen-
tion,. weakness, leueorr ha, displatcement or ulceration of the womb, that mnatismI, Kidney and Stomach tro.ble.
bearlngl-dow feeling, Inflammation of the ovaries, backache, bloating (or Fine fishing and hunting. FirstcDas.
flatulee),a gral debility indi estion, and nervous pwtration,.or are beset table fare Rates per wek ree
.with such symptomsas a dzziness, faintness, ]as-tb fare. Rtes$per w ee A
allude, excitabilit irritbityb nervousnes4, baths.
j ah.plessuess, melancholy, all-gone" and ". -. I -
."want-to-be-left-alone" feeling -lhes and NOTICEOF-ELETCION.FORTR$STE= .
hopelessness, they should member there is one FOR SPECIAL TAX DISTRICTS.
tiriil, a id true remedy. L ydia E. PinklLham'seting three (3), trrwter.
I leetable Compound at once removes such for eeing the t s
troublei. Refuie to buy any other medicine, for to be assel and e0o1ected themlr r for the
S- you reed he beat.. next succeedie twvo (2) years thereafter.
Severe Case of Womb Trouble Cured e l in the t folowingsei tor eel tax d.lat. J e-
LInPhiladelphia. wit:
olrreTondo-Impeetors: Geo. Smith, M.
Drng Rs I HKitA X:- I have been arvard, W. C. evnlle. clerk.
cured of severe female ,troubles by lToatJ-Wl I.tors: T.J. Perry. J., Ro-
the use of Lydia E. Pinkhliam's a elCrosse- Ispectors: R. Joiner, L F.-
Vegetable C ont ound. I wasol Oteen J. T. Stk*es, clerk.
Aroher--lnsl etor : J. T. Flemina, F. S.
nearly ready to give up, but see-:g uri, c. 1 wood. lersk.
your advertisement I purchased one bottle Mcanopy rwetoe: J.D. Watkins. W.
of your medicine, antd it did me so much 0o ore Wiste J. oe n. J.l.
good that 1 purchased another, and the result was so satisfactory that I Towsend M. C. Melnto,. clerk.
bought six more, bottlestand am now feeling like a Pew woman. I shadil sHthornU--IsT-Js cR. l.eS. B.
Htrinxfeltow s PP. J. CcRue, Wlerk,
never be without it. I hope that my testimonial %vitl convince women Alachus- rs .citors W. i. Pope., C. A.
that your Vegetable Compound is the greatest medicine in the world wa ol 0 D. Me. th. ler.k.
*.- calo f-Inasp c tors: L. C. Loane, T. K. Gqd-
for falling of the womb or any other female .complaints.".- Ml. jY b. w, :s. e. D. A. Rob--. _J.
a Ie uslce-aJ.H peers e .ert ry ..
mber, every woman is co.dialy invited to write to Mrs. s taIe detors: w. vl barr. C M
if there is anything about her symptoms she' does not Orange Reas c A. wirthe. ., moer cler.
L etan er address is Lyan, ass., er advice is free a nl 1 rBaes, eerk.
ov ls b vega to aeety ai r woman who asks for it. Pller. Ji .. o bo,-ro cSersk. "
S h o iHigh sptt gst -InspectorL : A. C Cole, W. J.
Can i..viieCampveIte tors J. A. Ma5altsby,. E..
Stokes. J. H+ Liyesa. clerk.
-xe_ t-__ nat..al "__tion_ _nTaoma- -Zl^lseOrs: B. F. MatuheWs W. C-
.-I cure constIpatin Aeriut IV. 4. Tucker. lerk.
bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until the liver this sect5od daY of May. M't.

secretes enough bile to make the titesines Attest: W. M. HOL.LOWAY..
execute their natural fUnmtions. I Unnat- seeO and saNt.
uralagitation cniused by cathartics, co"pelsU Nte or Oa. Nisrc aeS .t
c~ontnuanaa realng doses to a o Staite or nrtda. 8th district Aizobas Coonty.


the reSUltSH John Fulton vs. John Jone .
W To Wbow ItMay Coneeru:
W hIereas mit in iatshment has b ean nsti-
tuted aicait Joan Joces and the Seaboard
S'acts On h Air tah Mr a'wayUws z s teena isateed; "
3 To i Jones: Vou are iuired ltob OsAn
S liver' cures Ch aph' t-b,-lor-I a j-stiee cort s be ta
a l aria lsd Fever, and every form of a1 o l. Qd.ve .. on the th da o June, tl4p,
s Malarial, Bilious, Remitting and Inter- aoans ou by default
, tting Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the JuS. ce of e.
, trouble, works permanent cure. temsa. Pit.. ay :1w9m
FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE o NOT1.
d ?oe4Is t ereb a vesthataon toe tAr of
yJae, A. ao 19C81 iauemd. at o ty U)R, *os .
'Y "' "y '-T .. Ma COQn t y Judl0' O( A ou f I ab m ,aO r. ,
'p -by o nrO- Bros., Gain 'Ile
-For Ie by Johnson Bre G saine rille oaaatsanfe,-,oe.S1
.$4 ll* state (it ll a
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It


-w &UvrsuM uL MWrISWOM a -
*ciza= go A pi 1% m to iSt, V wa-aOT* a-


Tax on B6bl. a -
xtr~m te h weather iia great tax For Sale by Johnson Bros., elnesse *i=f
I M di Powey wIis + .. they' b -babies ___-_______ .... .. +'__________
R it.. pjthr do iwr .f W toT C..am |ir T "" T "idati e f' **" e" ~
i "ee l e then -oUil d be 1| | |,

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r6asmi sen my a eqiat mS
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BILIN THiT BOUSE

e Several Amendments to
Bill Wh ib Were Killed.

SPEQIAL ORDER T+UJRSDAY

house as a Committee of the Whole
Pirkes Favorable Report-Placed on
second Reading for Thursday.
Oter News. ,
E. H. Mote, chairman of tl comrn-
ittee to investigate the conduct of
rson B. Browne in relation to hia
connectibn with the Monroe county
' armqry matter, submitted his report to
the House Wednesday afternoon. Thit
report exonerates Mr. Browne, and is
based principally upon the opinion of
the A torney-General, who investi-
gated the matter.
Cromwell Gibbons' Jacksonville
charter bill was reached in the Senate
and Senator Stockton introduced a
substitute, which he stated was prao-
.tially the same as his original Senate
bill, except that in section 4 it pro-
Svided for the taxing of franchises.
: The amendment was read and adopt-
ed. The president announced that he
k thought the adoption sufficient action,
tbut Senator Stockton desired to have
.:the amendment advanced to its third
i reading, and passed.
e meantime, there developed strong
Opposition to the taxing franchise tea-


taure, and on a roll call the amendment
ie8 lost by a vote of 12 to 14,
Senator Harris moved that the vote-
bie reeonsidered,as it Was possible to
am end the bill by striking out the ob-
.jeotionable feature. This motion was


SSenator Harris then offered nn
amendment to strike out section 1, re-
lating to the taxing of franchises,
which was adopted.
The amended substitute was then
.-passed by a vote of 24 to 2.
I' The Senate passed Mr. Love's bill to
Regulate the sale of all sirups and
adulterations.
Senate bill to provide for the levy of
mills for the payment of pensions
'or the years of 1903, 1904 and 1905,
as passed. ..
House bill to provide for the regis-
tation of county warrants by the
otinty treasurers, and their paymentt
Consecutive order of registration,


as passed.
,Houtse bill to regulate sales of real
state and the consummation thereof
ad' upon application of administrat-
rd, executors, and guardians, and
flidating such sales, was passed.
'House bill memorializing Congress to
cake an appropriation to dredge and
prove the canal and harbor at St.
'etersburg, was passed.
State judiciary committee bill t'b
ransfer $80,862.11 and %interest from
he Indian war claims fund to the
itte school fund, was passed and cer-
ifled to the House..
House bill to prohibit tlie cutting off
he earsor head of any domestic ani-
al. before the same has been dressed,
ras passed.
I'By a vote of 23 to. 7 the Senate
tiaed Gen. Gilchrist's. pure turpen-
|e bill. The pure spirits bill pro-
ides against the adulteration of tur-
mtihe, and creates a supervising in-
e.eotor who shall act in the capitcity
Ieourt of appeals in all matters re-
,rding inspection about which a dis-
ute has arisen. The bill provides
rather for the branding of nill dis-
lled products of the pine, the tur-
entine oroduced by distillation of the
m being "Pure spirits of turpen-
nie,". and that produced by destruct-
e distillation, "Puro wood spirits of
rpentine."
.The bill was prepared by the Tur-
lentine Operators' Association, and
is favored by all the turpentine op-
rators.
''At the close of the debate, Captain
endry of Lee secured the adoption of
amendment excluding the State
hol for the deaf and blind from the
vision of the amendment.
Mr. Strozer then withdrew his
endment. ., -
tr. Wall of Putnai Hall sought to
end the bill with an amendment
liar to Mr. Stroser's, reducing theb
0ounta to one-thlrd, but it was voted

verbal unimportant aendmd ntest
agreed to by the friends of the
until the fourth section was reach-
.when ,Mr. Shower proposed "an
dment aekig to establish a
ifeatoto for the admiiont of esto-
and fSaia the age lmilt to x.-
years for thaoe who eam)d lot
oality. :This wee pea4ag when


SWasfo 4he tN
lob gdatenl0d1atiy, .8xroe ..







ptdvpded' {or. b an. Oi 'Of this Legis-
That nor Rllootl Or' awheitihRritC
tion is made in thi,'at, ie Ceelk t i n



pil shall a nusaeautwil" y an e"t"rane


M r.. o a .g T. : t ahi ..-

amt if ,ia 00 t'ho boyi


ania giTrls i~ r "6try'a past Florida
Sermlinary at Gl .iitO
Mr. rWatson spoke against the
amendmenit, iollwoted by Mesaars. St.
Chtir.Abrants, MlNarnee, CampbellJ
and Rivers. The amendndmut was lost
bya risingOf 4 to 28.
|The eiomalttee voted down all mi .
teHal amendments and tlen reeom-
Dineuded that the bill pass as amended.
The settment of tihe House waw to
mxnake liberal appropriatiuns for State
educational institutional,
.The bili carries $0619.0.0 for Stnte ed-
upationaL infstitutionla, including the
school for the deaf abd blind at St.
Augustine.
All the, iew buildings provided for
are biak stmcureari.
Smotio to indteflnitely postpone the
bill was lostby,,a voteoft 25 tol8N. The
0ou~se thlen nmad,; !e bill a' spoil or-
der for tomorrow inornilig tt 9 o'clooki
and then adJoornu~d.
In the House..
Sitting as ia committee of tile whole
the house oi7side.red the Senate ap-
propriation bil, the m1oat liberal
easture as regaIs'a Stat e eduoea&ional
institutiotns that has ever passed a.
Florida Legislature'- it waM con.
sidervd by sections 4ad it was not long
before it was apparent hiat. there was
somie opposition to some of its provis-


Mr. Surzier, of Marion, offered an
amendment to divide by two all appro.
priations for building school purposes..
lie made a lengthy argument in sup-
port of his amendment. It did not
strike in popular chord, however, and
stirring speeches against it were made
by Mr.'St. Clair-Abratis of Lake, Dr..
Webb of St. Johns, Mr. M 1cNamee of
lih lnro, Judge Capbell of Walton,
Mr. Rivers of Alachua and Mr. Gib-
bons of Duval.
In executive session the following
appointments were oon.flrmed by the
Senate
To be trustees of the South Florida
Military College of Bartow-For four
years'tO. 0. Wilson, A. W. Gilchrist,
and R. 0. Oresad ; for two years, E. S.
Crill, W. A. Blount and1, OP. Knight.-
Pilot commissioners for the port of
CedrKeoys- John L. Inglis. W. R.
BryeR. A"Alfprd. J. H. Wallace and
John 11, Brown-.i
Pilot commissioners for the port of
Pensaeola--T. E. Welles, 3. M. Mu6,.
don and J. H. Harvell.
Oominlussiners of pilotage for the
port of St. Andrews Bay-W. B. Solva
and 3 ,. Thompson.
To be harbormaster ia and for the
port of Fernpndllna-Thomas 8. Davis,
vice Thomas .8 Da vi, resigned.
To be fish eommlsiioners in and fort'
the State of Florida-John Y. Detwil-
ler, John G, Iuge and 0. R, Walke ,
To be truttee for "the Florida 1ttate
College, sitnated in Tailahasaee- Gen.
William Miller.
To be trustees of the University of
Florida -For four years, C. A. arson,
F. M. Simonton,. L. Stringer and
George W. W n.-rai4for two yeasr, J. R
Parrott, FP. .atr i and E. D)." B g.
To be commissioners on uniformnl
of legislatton-Robsrt W. W it~.s,
John 0. Averr and Louis C. MMsey.
Commissioner of pilotage for the
port otApalachiftoll-A, L. Wipg.
A PRETtY HOME WEDDING.
Solemnlied by Rev. CO W. inaman at

At4he home of the bride's mother,
Mrs. E.B. Williatmott these eveul. of
Juno 4th. Misk LIda Wlhiams and Mr.,
Robert Fredereltk were stal led t na. -
riMmony. At g8 o'elok the b dH and4
gron Minarehed in, to the #eoet srftrl
of .Men4elsolSa' we.4iog 5U ,
played by Mto 3, A. Witn~aam, ,telt
presence of a large company of thIs
ties and friende h'. 'O. W. l' I a! s
of- .Bronson, former petor i of t
etharge, i his solemn a.d .fmpr
manner uttered the wordss tlh( 'tcslted
the destliJes of the ,bappas,- '
Aftt. r congrstlAtion *1 rpepsi
"to thediatig eoom, wher d.elibatet .
de$t0i o rereshsiel $"te iwer. sp4.-
SThe bride was lowly ina dpti

M.RS. .EL.N. L.MQQRE

Did Not O re to Live.




PAINE'S CELERY DOMPOINO

kpen!d Up- a NewU and Hap py Life for

a Lady Who Suffered Intensely

F-'6O NetVOUS Prostration :

and SIeeptessness.


As sunimer advanovns we are too vlouas suicess, fortifying the system
prone to neglect the little lls a nd the for the WTealkeiig effects of thejiot
wrning symptoms of disease, simply weather. Mrs. I. L. Moore, York
because weO are not suffering acute Harbor,Me,, says --?
pain, It is a well known fact that in "One year ago last spring I was
summer We too ofteu nesileot the ne- taken with norvoue prostration. I was
ceasities of the systemn, Never forget in sach condition thAt for sir months q
that sleeplesasess, uerVouiAless, head- Idid not sletpany to speak of. I tried
aches, back and sideacheU art) forcible various kinds of medicines, btt got no
renlindereof fatal diaeasels' We should relief. I was hisduced by a friend to a
therefore at this time grappt with the try Paine's Celery Compound, which,
with the trivial aches and pains by thanks be to God,lhas done ume more
using Painek' Oelery Compound, the good than all the. niedloine I have ever
treat blood purifier, nervei.bracor, di- tried, My trouble was so bad atil ese
gestive regulator and system builder. I did not care to live. Now I tim woll
Today, tens of thousands are using and strong. I cannot say too-t much it
Paine's Celery Compound with mar- praise of Paines OCelery Compound.


tume of white silk mull. She carried
a bouquet of bride roses, The groom
looked handsome iit a suit of convwot-
tional black, The house was beauti-
fully and tastefully decorated' with
evergreens and roses.
After an evening spent in lively con-
versation and in admiring the many
and beautiful presents, the company
dispersed .
Mr. and Mrs. Fredoriuk left on it
special train for -Nvbrry, tho-r to.
ture home.
The bride is the eldest daughter of
the late Dr. J. A. Willhams and IIs t
member of one of the oldest and high.
est fsAiles in Ailachua county. She is
ireat favorite here, and w*il be sad-
lyrmissed by her many friedse ,
The groom belongs to one of the best
families of Alabama aind has been a
conductor on the Jaceksonville and
Southwestern Railroad for a number
of years. lieii held i high esteem
by thJ .company he serves aud his gem-
iand.plettant manlaer ha4 won him
many friends. "May joy 6a.4 happiness.
attend their way; is the with.of the
writer, '.
IN THE MAYOR'S 0.U)JT,"

Will Thoma6 Stole a Hatcht a.d Had
to Cough Up a Finer.
W ll Thoinas toouk a aitcret. belong.*
I0g to Si Harris, alad was attempting to
make. away when Harris didoveratid
,the article of hardware in hit pocket,
Thomas told His Honor Mar T.'hoias
at the court yesterday moting that
he did not instnd ,to steal the hatchet,
but merely meant thpe whole traiuas
tlon as a joke. He stated that bhe
went to place where Harris W 4as do,
ing some eorpeot4W work, asd that on
leaving .thi. p e he. merely took the
hatchetwith nto intention of keeping-
- it
Well." .remarked hit Hotor, "I do
Rot ooek tpon thi e much o t a joke.
neither doeS the eonuplainast. Jesut
s a *uggev0o S that i t ftwe you do
not @xorelse yo(i jo tg proesm$ts so

from l *)0, wicth will pay the

wul 44tol bhow he jokfjtsj



A1 dtetelr st4d the i t If 1


riurglars Loot Postofil oe.
Charlotte, June 5.-Burglars broke
Into the postoffiee at Thornasvllle, N
C., last night, ,blowing open ,the sattf
and taking about $700 In mo.ey. Ther4
is no clow.


Over-Work Weakens.
Your IKidneys.
,Uphealtlty Kidneys Make Impure BloodS
All the blood in your body passes through
your. kidneys once every three minutes,
Sbcod purlflers, they IfiI,
S ter out' the watle or
impurittle.s I the blowd,
I^ they at.s lck or.<- ut
of rdtr'i they fail to do
Stlheir work.l -
PIns, aches andrhei-
SnJatismn come from eOx-
*cose of urita aid in the
kide t--, e 11 blood, due to selected
W"kide trouble
Kidney (rublsocausesa quick or unsteady
heart beat, and make 606 (fe(l as though
thy had heart trouble, b overworking in pumping thick, kItdriey
poisoned blood through vin. and arlertar,
I used to be coauildered thut only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly-
all constitutional disease have their begnoa
ningin kidney trouble, .
i -you are ick you cAn make no mistake-
by first doctoring, your kidneys, The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kitmer's
S*amptKoot, theoircat kidney remedy 1I
aownrieA.da. .jt stnds the highest for its
wondrflH ures of the o d W.st e asng ase.
Anjd ls 18 d o8 6 t rit B m erit s .
by 1( duggistiOn ifty.
caet sad one doHlar ti"t.
*6. You.ii 'yhave'e a
Mnpi e bottle ,y imal u00.. ofr N,*M .
Ir4. alAWo pOanphlo4 telling you how to ,rj
out f you h ve kidney or bt4 .d trouble,
Mentfuon this paper when writing Or. Klklm

Don'tak e anty mistake, bt roeionjm
ber the nsame 'Swamp-.ioot ,:Dr. K11
tIt Swampi4ootg aoi, e eoth dw .
BInhginosi, q ve.ry bott .


I i~'U


and Building Material,
%,UI htL.INTON, N .

Sash, Weights, Cord, Hardware


41

SSUM
NORM ,A

tie ter
Full nol
ried. '
BRINGS(


A.138in



RACRER, Pro-orietor

WO^-10 W^ W T IE -
IMER NORMAL oSANE

Lt INST'TUTE will opoti on
, June 8, fur the fourth sum-
in, and continue twelve weeks.
irmal atnd oummeroiial work car-
For parti-t-lars address J. H.
)N, Oaitiuvillo Fli.
,O N ... .. l .. ..Lk..'r .t


SPIwCiAT MA TIMiv ALR
Under andt by vituwe ofecoO rovt,-
nre m~AiT atortd rmtodedlotl thlett iay or Jury,
IOM s r thO t1t d'w Ol .t61uteitwr. tthW, r
apbtolvely, Ut 0 ,10 RiO Ait M" tis hwlit ourt
or hlovha, li. ttwl fOr. Ala. eeOoityl, tui ,
Ohanoery (ttioe therotei vtI riit1r. wherein
Jula It, it.mtP'unW aM atnt tnu urtx with the
wi ll rtnemm( o the at eb of Wfllinam A. Uol-
oluKlh. hooeasO, twsa oeo.plftanC t, atrwd Janse,
thd ktri i0iery itoblai*on were doteratto, I,
an sp elt1 mnasert In ohaItnt tly ppulpttod for
the Plrpbo(ut, will Rell ot ,ti tii C oe, tor oault,
Sthe talitheot bIdemr, at hoe 0(4'tl.h oull door
otf 1410i Alt|ttki tiflUitAty, 6 ?tY0 tOIy r Gtai10s4-
vllo,; ion Montiy. th ilit (4Yi o. lJuly. isl,
tween the lea! hotur O fS I t ttlom tr>
tOtid tto111i tti> oelto of I .Iy)I w 1ht /l lo mtld
atua w3o at w~ theN Ww 4 orwaw. ,the N!,4 of
4-w v. te l w't of .i 41m, jtoo N W4 or. N %Y Nt, itiho
0e4 W oi.,the Nw,4. of Ne.M the NwL of
e4 the Iel ot f the S0e of Ne i.4,
ioe. Nw* I4ot' l i4. ti Nw 1-4 of Nw H1-4
'te S'o l A of s. W %) 1 lo 1i -of No 1.4, 14 l
Wetion W.Tv. OU. h9. g.I u N1e t-4 of Nw I,,,
tha Nw 14 oft NW 1-4 thro I-i 4of Nw 1-4. thlO
Nw -4 or Aw 14, the Sw t-4 of Nw i-i. the
eo 1M. Ato W 14, 'thpe 8i 1-4 (W8 MW -4., ut the
.0( 1-.C r 80 i-4. i all IIISoodoil 0. 'PI.'l. 9, sIt ,
t04ether witttall 40"d irlicttilar t-he tonlotnilte.
horedltatmens and 8ittrtnltw{ ? ni r.to the omeo
i lcl uirt or 61w)or ti i. l thln t a. oKi i ill) be
oi od toattmufy mad dAtiarcu ot roctos, t'e,
X. <,. I'. SA NC.I Z. OoiW. i Tirtu .ol-tr,
NOTl ( OB' A[r;,tCATION If.l 'TAX

Noi I N hl'oehy lveall tha. nt Mity (i trowu,
p>r ic ias l' of T ux tKutlttliiL N lO, i t). d
ti. ? Itt tay of NoYt tnter, A. D. I>hth, i;m uleo4
fi srl tl| ts Ir. iaiy ollie,, luil 1114m i-tlt t41.).
at,0lln.ftt ornl fe LiX ldeol to 1.tf i s.t l ait Witlt M Iaw, .ti l tocrLltloatoi e>to iL mets k tvt-
lowltinlti z1ood olb piopoit lt altlutt l it A tlcius
ootttlly, lorldtt, owIt:'
Me 1-4 uf t.w I-4. t. ; 0 20,T'I), I I,.I. If, i) to irtsq,
'11.h sI|d htllnd IOllll iguhhetooui It- t-itmto of
tleo Isutnut'o or suueoh erthltttotat Intimh nmo ofr
l'iwi It uw w ( J l t 1 MM1d 1oontl u.toe
halul I.b ertld Oemt1 (i 'mitordlni .to i tw, tax ilotd
will Niwu thetoon ot h,' tI h lIthky of July,
A, I)., IiM .
W1ites1% my ollhltl t ltttntre and setl this
tt t i tdy ft June A. L0.1 -ne .
H, DrNTON,
t'lerl Cttiblct C ouirt AlmohtUs Ctuity, lals
"l'r" ., Wleanstua. 1. t;.
NOTtClt 0' AliaAPIEAGtION VOlt TAX
I)Ev.w UNDt uHEM(ToN b Or C.APTE 1 1
450. I.A,WA Oir .njWiUIoA.
N60)e8 Is here M atlt *, J. I-liymon,
i '*tI' mmor TTcx 0rtt0to AtN. 1170tN. (tm.01 015
uIL d1y or JuIly. A. 1,$ AW, bla lld0t 1t4iltd erttld-
ci't.ai my (rImie, ud ha, inw0t0 ipitie tlua n fur
tax1iUn to I nsm ltat )lrd < ) c.ert mt. lltlAn i O 'i)trt4, the ,ftiljlwl (tei orttied
11 Y.'ty ituttted. t1 Alitohuu ntoLy. yi-or'ld,
,Nw4 of ?lesI.4 aore ., ', IcI, .
'The said land. belnicu semiAed mt the date ob
th0e Isatasaooof mioh voetollutate in the nuame
Of .tbte0 Ntob., Unless, stod o rtiktetoe
mholl 4b-rodeeum Ieo,%lnM la (w, txat deed
will !ltiio theroon' on t.i0 1th1 (aly of June,

t. .thu cl-day Of May. A. D. t -,
0irkl Olsuit Curt Alisobutt oty. Y0rita.
'' ": "^ ... Per .,M. wl<^.' I l, ,Q

.Not Ote In hereby ie tht On tOin e t3h 0hta
of ,luJi.A) D,1). flo., 1, 1. a014 lhrta ,f Mirslah
lvi.ro I(t12,iCounty.B I'Mtoil,- wil htly,% tO thle
< 96' OVty Jte ofr Ahiih County, 'Ilordan, by

o41, "Wh .t s ing q oUit o i Al#tin oan iemtnlt
ntmior(ntlouitlrly 4ertMrlodS. iwaolhows. towWit:
'The Wt4< Utt NWt tiw uheNWt4' ti, W',, >t
01, h M r rho xW t, l lh, N J
ofHI Otlr. iOthWf I o"
ol! dt1 SWtoft f th -eWWf, Mof C Iin
** .';**"~ e...""*s Ait sr nsfmmt.y
rjniCiT)$l 1f M4r00tih OfitteIr fIui'tCrL O.
aIolotrr Aml Arthur Moalti-r.
M. At CXJS. "'titiotwr'i A torney,
T MAi t.f (t. A. IA),jigs.

)woUoe il hereby rgiven 01ilt t.er 3m orf n1aVoln.


u r i rMl 4 it11
A4by* Umtlttloai, tan
ostrc h 4(h. A*11


S ... : 'tae t Spring ,,*d tisan er
- ] eodle e for BAmbios SSprin and SuMi r lhring gravo dangers' to1 lIabulbi ai1d )ih ron.
Thousana of. itlo ons dio f bowel troubles brouIght o bhy o tting
untripo l'ritpveol gets ,hlt', ('c. Sorious rom ilt ofto r dll.''w a igihc t
Se.ral e t ,the .6ig 'f ..l4 S. .b y" .SE l tho tu i,. I, *
. effetUvo eid hest -mediciue for all toiur',h anl bowel tdrumbhs ',
'babiuaaind childiroju, lcuBaut in tasitto-chlidrei like it.

25 C.ENT S FO1 .LAIG.'IBOTTLF|
If you ldruggi L hasn't it, wrLite to t) r nuf3ttr- t,
T. P. MARSHALL, MACON. GA,
A k. hou the EE G.OLO WI.N0ofCr. ,


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1fjt _seTie W e-M day_ andThusa




F-CIALSTATEMENT ,AS OVER ONE ILU. N B "ey NINE WERE LLAO

8AINESYILLE LOS NATIVES STA$VINWG IN.SANTAFE WECK
0 .e t T I 1.


| elief Committee's Report of ch u IO Yot'h Wth? r reat Distress EU Xwang-Si re tr f at 1 aQalo Revised I4as 3foti'tn In
I B theR Disaster. watera..ine. V e y a at oodont.
A th e ofSIL SaL't C W T RIVER PARLLING RAPIDLY. -
MBER DEAD AND INJURED NO relervi'r as boend MADE. I I AN AS FE iEURI
whirte40"t Authentic RapoAt iSent 4-U. h 'C! pro:fiAbu teT Tuai t 0 n b t Kana ah Train Cs1 o of Nine (aru.
& erul Contributiong Are Being Sent In aIty floe ia a te g a ii Will Not Se vailable for Several Ranges City, Moo., Jue 0.-*re 1 v r' The BBag 0ag C'e and the Smoke.t
F Prom All Sections to the Storm 8u.f of a requbst tltU eit eene be as apar Weekenoltnese Womb roely Of. r here are now tal.ini a rap. i' We ComjIetey wot lh iJ-Pull'
e d ht a ve en iou has fallen a. foot ad n epto h

statement as to lives lost, ha ,o. 000,000 glons on hand when the Inceb th. oveI 1i,0 1...vee are r 31 T aw I eaal ( ^ ata thy e last nI gt
c n..mber dead A edinjured, 46t tt, Gt bean .st ,Dir a latproe ?dne la.. nodto4l rnano w e smeni a the ar" R Stilwsld -ttVt
the ofrst iamu e reps .t -rmo theidng.Ie clurtm t the la e.in. d e' diu twto :iot-- lg ipr (a ) "e h s.h ot t"v- "Itoly b William Newu J
,D DNNew MHolln A JUR MDt.t ri h dn ;i aot Chie woR a.RKiE o-DfMere.n VR 7N RAPIoY h X a FO.R,





l am Uelled, 83; of to G e. 4; one-tenth of the of ondlon r About tente n thetw Kans C A KtIe o
7nndre Authnedn tic ee horSet tt.en. ite ou t att et be ae t a t Sty e o rt M! o Trai nt to o



ti l number familiesons A re presingent In vce fro1m H'o"-r loa 4 Cet:i, th unanliry dton of the h.ail. now- '
800 people, o'e-thtrd of whose eftects M Returns HomM -to CSage be the tunda smiablesr becoming Th- 'mot aseriously 13wed4 s; :
w destroyed. of Crim. haus: ted. The on g co a tWI t hr a nofallin g o as rapMlr CoM iwet t of O .
1. fatally Sinured, 3; Bttal hu- toar ues ter t wear ,nd een ea, te, T f i ..us Sen, rtenIng hi s "recorded io"nt The A .eohn Wo IFapools

8; .0,:f r number I oa l i p tbahOe t the b e-af r h efan ohad o le,.








nt 2; to be^ move hospital 5 e Berore o e rs 21 ma was the tr cortt tlH a S d d.tatemem oItreftI- tor a ahs tce ofa five alock n Qray aef of dtn 0

r to move to aaft owner of two sa %lnk and money to s P i orthe pw Ordon streth tad Tp has o lean Ao ^
imber of e ed 2; um er 60 brokeate of ea After -ome ia* Es-- -ty o, -n .-Th- tUi an a nciutn af mud and a im he e tge oft b4, m er o f


ir br Sl er loirnhe01Vt, idIA of iti many of the buldl MYSTER tt UB.
be s neein h taspital treat co the Its I one ythey declared they A of aid, and ngtha stance Mat i .


;lind?1ltet.a Je p 5; .to the r yolun d when b e-t to Ke t.0A1 Th W tera Hi eh atgtaoute. thhoeing mcov ryMan by 8toAnte



ho et e 12; n m ber inken to MBefor eat. where he was re e i e decline, t t this time. to str. emornent Wf a 83. B feete a blB cs of Il *aond W oman u c
hose pati;ally d etroy .d. t .o y'Wa he traveled throu. m ry coun' to"the fulle. t extent of "r A t o ev higher, a the rv.r. north ad .nghg by A rope to the tonf om t,- 1'P,|







re above list of houses dettroyed e tt a chres, o that may be perid ir no doubt great, butw tr Ie not d. ; of water. In North and South early today. A pol'coma cI
inchides re lfh Sences. and cottages .; u i t 1 e t y A o Iwn othe L aster. L. e el the river la tev ortl m nd led lime d and .mn tha t thr ma n wal. o s ilmor





'o s n te s t cld street .a ct ie" alu-c wky l ep e ,aght... "To the ge neral purellc ofthe co.- Aloo n g the river froa It i enr3 andh iv. Htu e wan cat r w t ,nd r '
s t de molshed -0 o- th nr" o t s t ry het sholsar with our e rity t ray int onybl.pI, "a" in celery ttg avoVed b "het torttL o tt account os
of 5 numb eprtae In-' aielemn o wnamored to the u t .ivig hl and 6 Acofl vei aldst.. ma. of.o- _- +..4nl. e MYo.-.,_d.Wm o-a.















d, 5 LABOR LEAeERd TO CONFER tnopmtbteert teiuyt,....heotwofLKa aovtso houaeholtgoodMadbtanmelf mn
IONEY FOR SUFERERS. sas Citles-that of Miouri and that neoa bto ile 'tahtf rmMof m a A,


.iu ta i.ee, r n inpi. tchell, anlr t dnt of Mine Worker.. of Kat.a.-are ., the ma. itt. .. he body w.. t- hou
an..e wSterin atnspotur Jtned 8.-ijohn Mitch itb lle. ol a. low bottom tu .ntry, i'h Lot coroner, ind Msor oureM d wbUy S ae
'ouses:de stroy:,ed. 60; 'number ~nt ~llos- ti J.. o i: s June 0.--he river thws i san. W .



















hom Gainvells, ell, premdent of the Urited Mhe Wor A whh, owlin e to ts cce lfty by w amae feen Donlo tmo "hip- .r ch3teren, wt ayreil o .
t e, .-Money a tart ae for-i g. a i te ast. f lrom t itu ping tore fright ,
.l..les for toa Gwilnev all n r te ne I ,eet terhe 0te i e ,we1 b e e o0uAt. ty Mt r Juno e d-A hiurrcanh hPa Tei .e n cot N mmth niighteot ttSe
o d 1 o ubg hne# rthenr h od' wf-W taken away b0 h e. ituat"n-w"ivj conrnt by &3undh ma e 86 feet, a l a.,foM, te00 oyo, trange n














H. f et contt l t le t, 0; total nluow In,. s he t e. tr o wholehalmho.ea o manufacf. tphi th-n'r enty bow he p* i'
nepr s wierondin Rredaoe veenhnge tuanthe e.tAUbllarentn.t Through thhotee t, th a e bt d o pbne to tl Mo Lh em .of tr !










erul Ther^rfof co o fo ah ents to Th. ^4 han f h he h4.4 w6t att r
roI e aratlley- e toed 4 to- re anrd.to' p thaetu t aPenn.iyat e.h boaa ty hich na cwnge tns we st h e t o lpo ri I th as uotaes aDu rIO n anl l O T rVIoRrtoE..
nuMtbw e mr erowns hosltel0 ecoan store that e hole e hoube" r ,ea d t. Wt snoutInNl t oday .o i rem al l






the troaaov er ol tf h e at h pesoci wot be bro p then .h ..ter, rnverIs. the t stev erl P. es iac eana et'a htan Dh ie a noforw as s.
iclde 7 n reoednt hos pi an otaglse ,. ,et ,s got known^ etIe4 ,ani' 4ster. o nralopur bali o.e. wrd aln M t iivaeref It I os.r o waxs c utowa. n e-







..ment ncrua tortlt ; t uowiod. i, tyo tte,0, lrW yr to b .aktenesr te cr e rbtgwAbI tw tb d t .gtaer -d t ohio t ot

MON ibro f ero Uort l2tereoR t. t t i
o-.n high -. t.':! t h twoeHerRtrAN I hN P I N u .e Mouhyr u 4I the arrl o the .V
.l ....ton. b-l e bu .- eeoaroeweto ws i t wogn cott toe me.a a te of t. f*chan eu, awd theatre o an er Mtery tttxlr, wth h.r
r ih.lt "h eiii-to than,.t the t hs. o tha t..e t.
ou /l .t ." St~er1 w 4 .ae te:..T he C~anf r-' a *'e nt(on l~ows the Kansas river. T "n ping. '~ ttlJuneited ahtes etranspr ahkn v a.. h a p -
try o merlets e 3r ba.......... O


'aolets ofuAberPaa~yLaet~ysland art.o4er0to.nRettynarewphmos eso



:taio Mi f ledi trit M :e1hersel tom tPe wABO Rs If Rtt W'O4 NFE. 5e f provTher tostater has t rehed' betwoKa wil- h t o d H W b, l !i to".e -h Cviton lie r ego in are
: bington. J"ne .1.-a ral ( f. -v ~rlce4~l, I nt o .l n c thwrI.erg of K aI -"eteFo eet, in t hed e iaStay ofCtl. h. I.w4, J '. -...... ... ) the e.ee t th e re en t" n' .





.. nW "hot t .. ,I--i la fr om Calif rnia ,-to
aty xuiln+ eb otI .ge ..: ,,ajp 'l-her .e .froame, ott



atmlfcmFr M~emn I .u',ml ~ 'Lf.dte_.w !c? .h ..ey and .;il+ l rmh : hPP:: m .:=-I~:)t: ~: :,!toi M .+M iol. ~li ,i :++:ii


aseat to General COrbin a copy reason to fear t re bw bieen gw4 5.atI. -.." tryr1 m3 16 t wl4.fi tO l .
,e folo wn dipaiih troa II.e- Bet ffe a jReneto .j.ury to fto property of the poior anid 'o Record of Tr V spt. t le gth, and ae sf41 r.i.. Ia de I
a n r people dependent. ... ttvr t i' w l i m .tib ll ..B *. ho m..r. t the eo.t. of and a .de of ..re
.... reque. ted 0 ke ~ '~r-leaus~ ~ e nereal W.fof the- .. me .... me .... .. o hr ... ........
.Two... T idred serious -' -Ic-lt, I IIF. .-r.. .._... Ie ". t I I p.r Sh us b er is s mal y..
ii"red .... Have o:pp ne s .fto r t a tk ie s Aceslblt, an [thyerl t p o den .t t thi Bs the nor


Tweto y J ews Arrest Jd.. m pob.. el 11t.. I te SIatr P' em Virgis ls on the for se al dy.
pomm, Jun '.-or .lntyrJewS. orn. It was rbeiO ttt} ~, 4 the as elwas argad .said N, Opp Iltlo. by "uds l.bs
l n.p plunni3on eometti e Ws-W4 gTio i-'' ^^, .'.*,'.aI,.


h paiaxt of0 1 dr e nt o ith f ao Ml eci allrequested d000t!roim 'S3 tit'ol s .o L. $h o< t tfw 4 t Cd s b e!a
i' s .a to oompto" with .th e tia.s. 214 w.: be pl.t r|g den :t.lE_ ,psts. ggVtatarl;.R;;T s te :.. i t e U nti d hs eps
.. e.are. o t.go oasss the l b i c ..sl the i) D w ad wthe th o ee bi of 4
coirezity c eoamiilita.r T o teorwe i thOpp d. at s neh1 .or the : eu asia -m l i+s
the estreme poemd66 a AF orte8 JSwL rt will 'oAl &V insg
agathA asaAt tM th e t'a an s sess of the0 e tp p#*tay neto e th swa sbul. eu' ges
ba" 5 s AslaWas04et t Ahe b PIS a WI s 4i tKin 00 ivth a 4


o a d nte e ats ,.. *.. 46491. 0 0 ,l49
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'FL I SITUATION

SAT 'KANLose M CITYon

Ra li oads Lose Millions by


SWater's Sweep.
. COSTLY BRIDGE$ TO BE REBUILT
'It Is Estimated that Structurea Can-
not Be Replaced at Under From
$5,000,000 to $1o000,00,00--Epidemic
of Disease is Now Feared,
Kansas dty, June 5.--A fall in the
Miseourl river of nearly 3 feet from
the high point of 48 hours ago was
vuown this morning, and there was a
corresponding fall in the Kaw.
It is conceded-by civil engineers
rho h4ve l-nvestigated the situation
asloely that the whole of the terminal
iwtem of t4e railroads in the bottoms
Wll have to be rebulit together with
bridges that alone, it Is estimated,
cannot be replaced at under from
*5,000,000 to $10,000,000. In the work
of rehabilitation the greatest precau-
tion will be necessary to prevent'an
epidemic of sickness because of the
lak' of sanitary measures.
Sewers are washed out and must
be entirely replaced and even the
pumping station;' although It may be.
used temporarily, must be ultimately
removed to higher ground. At OoCi-
vention Hall, where several hundred
refugees have been housed since 8un-
day, the sanitary conditions have be-
come such that preparations are mak-
ing for the Immedlate removal of the
homeless. What to do with them ls a
serious question.
Water was turned 'on in the busl-
pess district uptown on the Missouri
ilde today, but the flow was inade-
quate.
The railway situation is greatly irt-
proved today.


SIXTY-SIX DEAD IN *


TOPEKA.


At Last Number of Flood VictIm is
Known.
Topeka, Kans., June 6.--The Kan-
sas river is rapidly falling. In- a few
more days the work of rehXbllittang
North 'popeka may begin. eie tit-
lo'tioA last night may be asu niarized
thus:
At 2 o'clock the river had fallen 4
feet.
Total number of known dead, 22;
unldentlfl,6 deal, 5;, reported dead,
0$. -
The Commercial Club will accept all
S offered help.
Depth of rtivee iset 23 feet, whlclf
is 7 feet above highest ever known ln
previous years.
Governor Bailey has issued a proc-
lamation calling for 'help and asking
that contributlopn be sent to William
Sims, treasurer.
The general relief fund has passed
$14.000.
The Elks ftand has passed $4,000.
The funds in the hands of the gov-
ernor now amount to $3,500.
All who are held In buildings in
North Topeka. are safe and comfort-
able.
No one in the flooded district is In
danger.
All, homeless are being well cared
Over 200 deputies are guarding the
property In North Topeka.
The only railroads operating out of
Topeka are the Missouri Pacific south
and the Santa Fe west.
SThe governor may call an extra sesa
slon to provide state relief for all
sutferers from floods In Kansas.
Governor Bailey hopes his appeal
for help will bring enough 'iMoney to
meet the emergency. It It falls, he
. s aald he would probably aak the memr
bers of the legislature to come here
for a day without expense to the
state, and make the necessary appro-
priatlonS.
R IVEnRS ARE NOW FALLING.
Pafil f 1.5 Feet at Kansas City Is Re-
ported.
Washljngto, June 5.-Jlie Missouri
riter at KiansAs City has fallen 1.S
feet since Wednaeday morning, the
S auge thl motring reading 32.9 teet.
A' *uA o rapld decline maybe epecft.t-
ed fi*r. this time a4 both Kan as grl
the opper Missouri rivers are faitilitg
The rise continues in the Missiai
Sippi from Dibuque souttiward. At
S .L Lottie the rlse. has been slightly
oiehgci,::.owg .t the- pread of thq
ar o Mow' on :tha east tiae, the gu-ag
this morning reading 32.1 fet, a rise
of .9 f1"^ p stintet WedAneqday mornia
1The rIse wil continue outh of
M* 4e as r6 f e po sbly ightI:
i0ore aay o hSor by 8 r y or S0


day at St. Louis. 4
?rom Cairo southward the dang"
line state wtll not p reached oB's
the rise.


I


b l'Ood otutn Improvin: Y!* 1 \.. I:, **. ,, i
Wahlngto .June 5.--ajoren "
of ary have eesent the re Missouri pr iaphs tI pra d sA :ell, er ip diy v ttd | | R d dc g
General Oorblu reg~diih tb H4od
s_. e mlltter ow: t Aconsioisly iinhale themr noy t lugs, whe
Fort Leavenyorth re Sfl aItthe blood ir atedthrouh the s stem.


overall Nlitn Excuroeionista Killed in se, o nt symptoms appear ti the unfortunate sufinfec-rer is
Clumbneeded.a ., rac torrent Copletely ate mercyofths hidden foe. Thisnsible enemymay
,sent to Kanas City anetwo troop metimes fitted by a slight ever, and an arshesred, dow lands,
bof cavalryin have beeavent there damepressed feelin. The blood soon becomes deeply povegeta-d-th e
aorye ordi~er. ^ble matter, ani we 1iuonstiously inhale then into the 1nug, when
TRAIN QOES INTO WASHOUT. they aretakn by ebl'ood a ited throughout te sst
everaNerp Excurmloni ta Killed ing and symptoms appear m illions the unfortunatend g sufererms, and a
omim ema..e, to or completely at wci rcy ulationf this the ren foe. This inisition o mayhe
caused by a coudain tore resulting enlarge tofigthe spleenan ay, butloss oft apentie fireeblet intiation we have of







A few hundred-yards from the us- anld postwlng and
hoderlned pace In troway a e- presence is a chilly, creepy sensation runnabby king over the dp-



rAta who knew of thIne danger o rantic- oir vetal yes s I suffered with Chills and ndr,
ally wavedhs at nd attempted to caeti yn y system and ach summers fo i s
bie rnng but het was etlr not i depressed wouldfeelinae. iThe bllyood soon cia mes kindeeplys, aoiommon sympedtoms onneria
en opracnot hersand there f s engineer and werakene abyl thteemiug milliottles and f requently the ealth comes so paed
the train h o t its doo. entiregular, slo.h nr brcueeati n theresult. This uch a lifeless nditi e es that the
podid whanto this gaping chasm the bloodgivs risto innumerable rundos troubles: torpidliver thesyste lays the foun-
e plunged ad hin t resltng en ien t of h the spleen, loss of petite and feeble digestion, a that vy ofte prove
abwreck five ives weregnlot athouht one bopa ld r adyellowskin, boils, cabu es, abscesses, indole anentt ulcers,y wreck the health.




nsWithinu 1r feet ofd. the cpaldye llow ... "..*baC
A. few hundred yards from the unr Wland pustu.la and
derlned ace in theroaway a ne tht c aomplish th s S. SS., whi26th ot oly purges bood o mod, healthy
igr who knew of the danger ran orseveral eps it pure and healt and destroys ev with Cilery trace o Malaevrial
ally waved his hat and attempte to caur s poied by Mson and keny eps te bloand each summer a vigorous codition that poisonous matters o no various
give warning.' but It wasa either not several year"I would relapse. iiinallyny physician pr kinds, are -commonsymptoms O : nilllaa.
seen or not heard by the engineer nd scrinbedg the S.In g s, I took three bottles, and tiey frequently the Ight athbecomes so impaired,
the train rushed on 'to Its doom. entirely cured mke, -411 .have never been troubled since. U 'We a i edition en u ha
Alexander .obnabn, a farm 'hand, r the hot, stry summer ys will case the germs to mlt and stich a li sll further themov
beard the exploswronhen the ambankl .t a rso loses interest and is sur oundin.s and







ipellIned.te relief, adAxe and awa a o eak
t burste ad hastnng to the road h of. M )arer n buinecorse tof S. S aall t thremediescu Malar seson wll















S atorelieveyou of Malaria and its attendant evils, reinforce
ound whdead she could to save the r. S. for a erption of the kin and general run do o a d ee the circulate n, hays the foappetite-

















ward coach. and digestion improve and all the vital powers rapidly
but Joseo h Dmany negroes wavet crushtts y recuperate under the. ivigoratin tonic influence of this
as eS codtion of his syst, and toughe bas take but nation for other diseases at very oen prove
abl dd not give his signal a thouged great bottle already romnce to fel bettedom from atal minerals anently reck the health
Within 15 feet of the chasmi the en- 931 West Markett. I. SHAPOOV. 'ra can Only be worked out of the








magineer, waa nternrlly Ianured applied su Malarthel trblea o the most delicate constitution. d
emergency brake and reversed. system through (he blood, and a remedy thtc 9estroy gthe r gmns.and microbes aid
ugueer Wilson and his ftre aa neutralize the bad effects of the poison offers theonly hope o a cure, and the only edicians wille
were hurledd from the care, Wiisou faltl- t^ t o accomplish this is S. S. S-, which not only purges Aie blood of all morbid, miiialthy








A womnear the engine and bbles ing frig h ter .
fully scalderd, Th I e reman seap^I matter, but keeps it pure and healtljy. It searches out and destroys every trace of Malarial
njury and ran bader twohe wrmiles or agetake poison, and keeps the blood in such a vigorous condition Blothat poisonous matters of no kindree.
taistace d a are allowed to accumulate, but are promptly expelled from the system.
















Tuhmter carrying osurteofa w!re sent
aout and he woud he for During the spring is an opportue time to begin the fight a nst this invisiblEncountre en


















f clu.bus, Ga., Juno ,-I t nght. ..i h
onductYear-ld SJ. J, leroent was stPlan- for the hot, sultry summer days will case the germs to multiply and still further tPov-
ing when the crash came. He W8J erish the bloodand weaken the constitution, and now more than ever the Malaria sufferer
buried the wreck and instantly i needs a good blood purifier and bracing tonic.
killed. Axes and saws had to be needs a A b Ir a braci t" i
used to reach thWillie Jdeawand dyng. r-ol A course ofuS.tra S. at this particular season wic
s laimnot hiracuioas thaat son, hafew were relieve you of Malaia ad its attendant evils, reinforce
kniled in those crowded cars. dand bid up the -system, purify and strnthen tle sig-

reaned the kllnd of his lymwife awerte Yrt it a sllnt, w t i t l e *'


















-the inqueiet in North Plalnfteld, N, J, "o r
ward coach the o a of d g ettion i prove tnd all the vital powers rapidly
Joseph Dais was crusheli by a recuperate under tle invigorating tonic influence of this
mass of Iron trucks which telescoped P e w r 1
the forward car. Ned Weston, anaged great vegetable ri newly. Itgh freedom from all minerals makes 4it te ideal remedy in all
mran, wa ainternidly injured and suc- Malarial trQublc ad perfectly adapted to the :most delicate constitutions.
cubed two hours after the accident y he ia s ofMalarial son write s abot it and ur P cians ill
arms wLs buried under the wreckage' take up your case and -advise you without charge. Bfook on Blood and Skin Diseases, free.
ekut all. e ucaped without a scratch. weE $ WIFT thPEI y y COMPAaYy wAT hTAi, OA
Seven of those i njuTeree inas lot thought- ________ Ve ber. ry .
Uth con4-tion. smalt. f e" ,-,-"'.- ,.,. --- -- -- -
Special trained from Columbia and HA THRILLING EXPERIENE. .- ..W A / S,
out and the wounded administered to Min$ Golden, ofColumbus, Encountors | /\ | .. ,) I
asby oon asder possible utt was too lat
BOY TIs8u OFe KIN. MI$ wanne Golden. daughter of Mr. A n 4 1) ,n0A. IA I
Nie-Year-Old Slaye'r of His Playmiate dMrs.T. l $. Jlen4 foutd a negr Uc"a ",. .
l O Testifies. I y t n the hallwayptI he s eo..d floor of] '(.
.N.ew York, Jne .-W...th child-lil theIr resldence The young lady wtas 8
simplicrty, Wiluie Jame, the '9-yer-old; upki"t ta wrap and came1 $0


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t that the shooting W#ss accide ."...--"
ay oYear,, Id Ots'Ho1-16 Eletra ians at K A 4rw no Ass 0ma1000*
Light ssub*" gnsets aar ra o te tf r ttalo)
-AlaR i Jod l fl Alllwtmi .Columbe t. .., Jans 5Fdttle ftat It 1 ,rt 'w 44 r J new in fr or s s
Moutgonery Ahtr, Jufe .--Deh the $.yer 4 daghthr of W, t >,,4,
oit he.. th-e 'Pt~m 156*llr Itllwa7 0 h.. ... u er.,,lat -W t f. t ,h ti.t ,lr ....r w a rene t rea>n -trw -- .-: ) ,, ". wtore~ir,.


company, with, a. capital of f$KOW
haa been fled with the. secretary o'0
state, its pUrpou is to uImld a i tue
from Und'a4, -Ala., to townde. couia-
ty. Ms(iIppl, wth th* prllevte to
extend its lines to: lrmiaghn sad
MObile, Ala. ea Penaewots, Via The
Haynevflie itallrO4 company also lied
Its articles lf ut .Wioraomto .ith .a.
C p'itfl oc. o- 7X0" ..e
of the corpora0itt w. to ba. l l Iit
fyrom i-iAyPu*Vif5 t Morgita.-,ti^ A


Kilngs Movtatln Miitlry s edeemy, at
oriTtviU. 4'e4d untfr peculiar .efr :um-
sAi ,::R:n fvor 'w'eral ayrs .th child
1iS. ;,- .'A. sugeuir ."trom what. wgu
,heb '-;o be tysantcry.' A Iy.i.elphyl
Wa, "falt1 ia ad- ma.. the lscovery.I'

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of' .)p, stibPieso ge.-en 1f
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VIAS A VERY CLEVER SCHEME

*ryis ocatid in the Heart of a
".ida i ungle. Where it Enjoys a
osit P rosprus and' Safe Exist-
eom|-c etMtods of Selling.
It is rumored that there exits in the
obern endtof Alachuas county mid-
y between Citra and Orange Lake,
I te heartt of one of the blackest
uiagles of the State, an illicit d istillery
w'h*irbegood oldcorn liquor i turned
'. lory is operated by an old "moon-
i"t.er"' of the North Georgia type,
who is said o under tand the business,
not only in the making of the goods,
int hin .dis tosing of them.
: Teb4reisa certain hollow tree a few
?..hubdredyards from the stil, at the
i? dgeofthejunigle. Those who are in
4 a position to know,state that when a
given quantity of whiskey is desired all
that is neeessary is to carry am empty.
P 'JUg place it, together with the price.
U in the hollow of the tree and leave it
;. I th"era. Upon returning later the jug.
will:be found containing the desired
"uvigorator," and no ane is the wiser.
U It is said that the owner and operator
of this still makes hourly visits to the
tree, which assures customers of a wait
not longer than that period. As a mat-
ter of course he is careful with whomW
he deals, and comes very near knowing
what he. i about. Az a safeguard that
he will not fall into the hands of ene-
mies, he has a certain "password"
which he requires the customer to
write upon a slip of paperand plaee on
the inside of the vessel in which it is
intended to place the whiskey. Every
friend of the enterprise has this pass-
word, and when the vessel is examined
sad tht absence of this slip is noted,to'
use the expression, "there's nothing
doing." The still has been in operation
several months, and the owner, enjoy-
Ing the confidence of his customers, is
making a howling success of the ven-
ture without a probability of being de-
i tested.
S It has been suggested when Gaines-
tille goes dry that this unlawful but,
enterprising distiller open branehquar-
ters in this vicinity. It might require
several "hollow trees" to eet the de-
mand, but the increase in revenue
would no doubt off-set the exp-nse of
sustaining t.hm.
Kodol Gives Strength
by enabling the digestive organs to di-
g t, asimilate and transform alt of
the wholesome foodl that may be- eaten
into the kind of blood that nourishes
the nerves, feeds the tissues, hardens
Sthe muscles and recuperates the or
gans of the entire body. Kodol Dys
S pepuia Cure cures Indigestion, Dys
Sdepsia, Catarrh sf theStomach and al
stomach disorders. Sold by Bodiford
& MoCollum.
S COMMITTEES APPOINTED.


IJ'. :Finley Chapter Starts Out Witl
Thirty-Seven Members..
The J. J. Finley Chapter, Unilfe
l^.,.. Daughters of the Confederacy, held its
i ntrst regular business meeting Thugrs
S;day at the residence of its. president
Mrs. G. K. Broomte.
'7 1.Busines5 of various kinds was brought
before-the chapter, but the rmos: iiu
portant was the appointment by thi
S peeldent of the different conuinittee.s
'.. e first was. the credential comnnit
; -tee, which consists of Mrs. J. WV
S' eneh, Mrs. J. D. Stringfellow, Mrs


TIM. GAIN


Bicck Hlair

have used your Hair Vi
for five years and am greatly
pleased with ii. It cttruv.y re-
stores the origuini color ,o gray
bair. Itkecps my hnir soft." --Mrs.
Helen Kilkcnny, New Portiand, Me,

Ayer's H air Vigor has
been restoring color to
gray hair for fifty years,
and it never fails to edo
this work, either.
You can rely upon it
for stopping your hair
from falling, for keepig
your scalp ce an, and for
ilmaking your hair grow.

I f your drs &p t cantl A w.T= =
*sel J s o Ae A we i n l il '
700 a at5 n WO ^5d tIC h .


MASTER SIPPRELL WAS GOOber. tthe best speakers ni the coon

Told His Hearers of Alaska and Yukon Itry, anyof whont Ive made a pra-
Territory an EntertainiSng ty., tal sty ot cosreos, and
.t. t he xgbaiarge ofid0esonwdbuildngW
The lecture of )aster Arthur Sip- twilla. obtf ie tia tpe good to
prel at the opera houselt g* ws ee ontteno l ewtes. T tim
welerattded, a theladmao tde tme
mightbe ten ed ae moen hitin hisf d when the d oft Flori
dem "a41d -good, sult. sntial alabrorgh-
talkon "Seeic elaskaand the Yitkon te r i .
Territory." Those parent enjoyed f ad theydeserve to tbeh en
thelectu reatoly. It wIa-elore at of s is to be A b eet
in a moat intlresting, graceful and in- ganto. e the a t offered
lstrctive manner, anil showed that '. by har thortorgl"fare.
master Sipprell there was a great chain Thom of the Boar
deal. Being a Florida boy, and it Commisoners of Alscha
mighi4 be said a home boy, nal in- made ras o the t
eret was manifested in hiswork. He i a view to seeo0ing eedamntodIa-
covered the lecture from personal ex- for the delegt while here an
perience and observation, and gave reor eueo gig su
his hearers an excellent 'idea of the er e ndange Ibout 10c
life an customs in that far-off land, delegwitee in attendirmanThce about 10ye-
wherehe spent two years. terdayStated that arrangements had
The program was interspersed with beenp ted to entertain them -al.
numbers of a vocal and instrumental Te eonrention will be hed in the
nature by or best local talent. Mss houe.
Fennell performed nicely on the piano. court harous
She was followed by J. A. Goodwin, A Splendid Remedy.
who favored the audience with a rocal Neuralgic pains, rheumatism, laur-
sols. George Tyner delighted the au bago and sciatic pains yield to the
dience with his famous negro songs, penetrating influence of Ballard's
and Wooding and Tyner made a big Snow Liniment. It penetrates to the
hit on Mr., Wooding's favorite, "Casey nerves and bone, and being absorbed
at the Bat." into the blood, its healing properties
at te ntas. g f eare conveyed to every part of the body
The entertainment was given for the and effect some wonderful cures. Mr.
benefit of the Oak Hall Baseball As!o- ID.. F. Moore, agent Illinois Central
ciation, and proved a big success, both Railway, Milan, Tenn., states: "I have
financially and socially used Ballard's Snow Liniment for;
uancialy and socially rheumatism, backache. etc., 'in my
Do You Enjoy What You Eat? family. It is a splendid remedy. We
So d could not do without it" 25e, 50c
If you don't your food does not do you and 41.00 at Johnson Bros.
much good. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is --i-.F .E O I S
the remedy that every one should take K. OF P. ELECT OFFICERS.
when there is anything wrong with I
the stomach. There is no way to Interesting Session of Mount Vernon
f maintain health and strength of mind Lodge Tuesday Evening.
and body except by nourishment. Mount Vernon Lodge No. 23,Knights
fre P s hiw hy lld rn internteinp meet


There is no way to nourish except,'
s through the stomach. The stomach
" must be kept healthy, pure and sweet
* or the strev'gth will lbe let down and
" disease Wil1 se-t up. No appetite, loss
! of strength, nervousness, headache.
constipation, oad breath, sour risings,
riftin-g1t1digestion, dyspepsia and all
stomach troubles are quickly cured by 4
the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Sold
h by Bodiford & McCollum.
'DR. DREW MARRIED.


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W P. Lee., Mrs. Jos. E. Waugh and
Mrs. J. A. Good win.
A second eounimuittee was appointed,
whose duty should be to draft consti-
tution .and by-laws for the chapter.
O-i this committee (. rs. G. K.
'*troontheMrs. A. R. HaiPer and Mrs.
... TaylO..',.
Arnotier neomiuttee, coskiseing- of
/ "th.rii,. wa*also app tti' hs'toric-
alcoanittee iThesewm"'MriA.,-A. R.
:Harpe ,Mrs. E P ra"e *AAd"MAliss
'rota' m. 'Se*me.s e .'
h. rcirhapteri'w ecogniing the good
work tf the Soldiets toa i inJackson-'
SVille, pledged itselftoeoutrib ai- ar-
i nahly to thih ntitution,
^ Th1i chapter has an enrolhtment of
llirty-sfeven harts me e rs.
'For Over Slaty ^*eais '
lvinslo-w,' oothNE Syrup. ho
l' .a~ed .bo de whiw;leteething,
A ani nth*ah t a eaa the aumts.


One of Jacksonville's Popular Young
Citizens Takes a Bride.
Tho nuimtrous friends of Dr. S. B.
Drew of Jacksonville wil1 doubtless be
surprised at the- information that he,
has becon'ie. a bt>endiut, having taken
unto hiisel if as a life-long partner one
of the most popular and best-known
youngg l~is iln the section lwhert she
resides. 'The bride is Miss Paulinej
von Lhttichau, a charming young lady
who. li es resided on thle romantic shores
of Kanapahai Lake in this county for
several years. The wedding was of a
very quiet nature, only a few of the
most intitnate friends of the contract-
ing part it-s being present.
Mr. and Mrs. DMw will make their
home in Jacksonville, whe-e the groom
'enjoys a lucrative practice. The. 'Stin,
with other friend, wishes thenim a long
life of usefulness nd happiness.
Ladies and Children Invited.
All ladies and children .-ho cannot
stand the shocking strain of laxative
syrups, eatharties, ,te. ,are invited to
try the fantous Little Ea.rly Risers-
They$ are different frotk all other itlU.
LThtvy do xt ptirgTo s3t. t L
a double d.s4 -wi 1w: z.et gripe, weaken
r sitkeon; Many peo ie call them the
tay Pill, IW. ,I 1 owerel; HIouston,
says iuth'ing better c-i be. uaed
for ooustipation. sick headache, etc.
3Mq4or, 4 0kyE4ettn1, aind., sass al


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WILL TALK OQ1 GOOC ROADS

A or!4e lmtsrrat is wEts sbnumli**
I*by toatsy utwasotnsa ssB s
bers of he Gooed Rms Awoseasa
in A~ Parts of F~r
Tbat the aarseuonit isef Corty
Ooausoaicvf em 4 ad Goo0 0 oft"d .t-
eiaosum whieh mIt o b pal:e4 ow in whsG
citfa* ortwo dy, biegsii u b ee'Pe's .
the 1etr ius..will bea gand sueeS,
is an s*,wed a st. ,Ite question o f
-ood rods has beeeome esam~ of Umaost
|ianptiltl-$a arid itt for the
Ipoqrose ssofiaccEzing the quesiona tat
delegates twoi sa of county
I cooiawssti@nem in the State, together
with reputsentatienil of phe Gtod
BRxds Aswociatima, will be proseat1;* *


here.
J. A. Maultsby has just completed a
large barn and wagon shed.
SMiss Stella Cameron and brother,
Clarence, are visiting relatives here.
P. H. Baker, who has been sick fWr
Sthe past week, is able to be out again.
The Seaboard Air Line has just com-
pleted painting and overhauling their.
depot at this place.
Mr. Miller, who has been visiting his
son at Plant City for the past few
months, has returned home on busi-
ness.


The farmers of our vicinity are busy
shipping peaches and vegetables.
James Moran and sister who have
been at Orlando at school the past fire
months, have returned home.


month after all," remarked His Honor
Judge Mason in a good-natured way,
yesterday afternoon, as he sat with his
feet cocked on the window sill and
leisurely puffed away at a fragrant
cigar.
And business irdthe matrimonial line
has been good with the Judge. Not-
withstanding the extreme warm
weather, which is ordinarily a death
blow to the marriage business, the ge-
nial Judge has received the,shekels for
seven licenses within the past two
days, as follows:
T. P. Lofton and Annie V. Roland,
Chas. C. *Waterman and Juanita Fa-
gan, S. B. Drew and Pauline von Lu'-
tichau, Arthur L. Jones 'and Mary E.
Burnett, white ; William Jones and


0. 'sas, wetU *.*-- ."., L- 0nenry Bryan anu wiIf nl-ftre yes- Mary Brown WI M. Clayton and
ing Tuesday evening, at which offlcirs terday morning on a visit to Jackson- Elizabeth Gamble, Jonas Williams and
for the ensuing term were elected, as rle. Ella Page colored.
follows: His Last Hope Realized. The Sun wishes the whole busiie.s
R. T. Schafer, C. C.; J. B. Doug- IFrom the SeWnel. Gebo. Monl lives of prosperity and happiness.
lass., V. C.; J. A, Phifer, P.; Robt. In the first opening of Oklahoma to
McClellan, M. of W.; C. C. Pedrick settlers in bliss, the editor of this pa- Fight Will be Bitter.
M. at A.; Alex.Howe, I. G.; N. R. per was among the many seekers after Those who will per.tst in closiZi,
Carter, Jr., 0. G( fortune who made the big rtae one fine their ears against the continual ree-
This order ie enjoying an era of day in April. During his traveling oinmmendation of Dr. King's New D,-
great prosperity at this season. Being about and afterwards his camping upon every for cosinuniption, will have a
composed largely of young and am-1 his claim, he encountered much bad l.ng and bitter fight with their tro'-
bitious rnembers,' the work is carrid water, which, together with the severe itnotene ed whar T. y. Beal te
through in a most impressive and heat. gave him a very severe diarrhoea -, all. Miss., has to say: "Last fail
creditable manner, and many times which it seemed almost impossible to y wife had every symptom of lee-
the lodge has been complimeuted by cheek, and along in June the ease be- s .nption. She took Dr. King's New
visitors forits excellent work. came so bad he expected to die. One l -eorvery after everything else had
vitor for itsxcellent wrk. day one of his neightbrs brought him fa ied4. Improvement came at .wn
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and one small bottle 'of Chamberlain's and four bottles entirely cured her."
Diarrhoea Remedy aColic, Cholera nd Diarrhoea Remedy Guaranteed by all drtugists. Price
lAs a last hope. A bi doe was given 50 and $1. Trial bottles free.
Is everywhe.re'eeognied as the one him while he was rolling about on the
remedy that can always be depended ground in great agony, and in a few OBTAINED GOODS FALSELY.
upon and that is"pleasant to take. It is minutes the dose was repeated. The
especially valuable for summer diar. good effect of the medicine was soon And, for That Reason John Howard
rhoea in children and is undoubtedly noticed and within an hour the patient Must Spend a TermAiinthe Pen.
the means of saving the. lives of a -was takinghis first soundsIeep fora a
greatmany children achyear,. -For fortnight. That one little bottle work- Because John Howardi of igh
sale by all druggists a8d medicine ed a completee cure. and he cannot help Springa insisted on securing a quantity
dealers. but feel grateful. The season for bow- of groceries and othergoodstander false
el disorders being at hand sugge pretese he was arresdandr
MARRIAGE AT ALACHUA. this item. For, sate by all druggists pretense he was arrested nd 'r91dle
------ and medicine dealers, in Jnstice Bax ley's court at that place
Mr. Chas.C Watermani Weds One of Thursday, when he was sentenced to
tha Popular eBaes of That Town. The leaners Siety of e Second pa ne o 0 ad et or spend
Alaotua, June &--A very pretty Adventt church held an i cream Tsminiphop .
wedding was I3emxixed in the Meth- able at 'the comforta'e home of The dark cloud of financial embsr-
odtist hurh at this place yesterday Mrs Roth, North Gainesville, Friday rssment hoved over por John
mnortnig, when Mr, Chas. C. Water, nigh, for the benefit of new loosely that he was unable to r-
ataase tAnoorb henceewill Ibtake na:v Sca ti
man 1 4 to the altar Miss Juania Fa- church fund. There was a large crowd ill t ke :
gan., one of the most popular young la- of the North Gaiies-ille young folks withi. it.Uson. washeragl,4t
dies oft-hetown, Tb Oeretmony was out. and those who attendedd report 4a i y Lmb
peIrf t gebylev.Nr. Pixon,ad was most delightfi evening. rl ..
larke 'ltended' bythe young lady's A Seyin rt plated Bwel.
relates and friends.- E. C. D)Witt & Co. is the name of the, To a-e good health, thebody sho:'"
Cuts,. Bruises and .Burns *Quickl w"o :mae -itbe ,genuine Wi e kept in -. laxative condition, ay,
.aled He --alve. DeWitt'e is the W~ieh thie bnw~s moved at least once- a ay.
ChambE.rai*a Pain Balam is a, anti- fI"nel Salve that heals without lea- that a.l the'poi.otn wste are
septic liniment, a -when applied so ig a Iear. I s a': s'iousi m mistake t .ex eIdaI..y. "'. *M I.; Itwanr'


o ned at N oo1 n t .,


8 MINARY WILL M ET *O .000


't 1 dls*ove y ripr~. Senator Frank Adamen Reigns as Tings
S ws r l j I digpon top Eist Floria Esinoryi andSei



D -pq Cre doe .not ar. t oin- sipeal t s e t sun:t
.a...amdyse.,butthlfas Tlla.asee, une .-The Legila
um ryeq all steonach trouIble by t ore admorrned at noon toat r

*stI p of the m an asTe senate aemeidment increasing the
appropriation of East Florida e-






nary to $83,O00 was incorporated in the
:; ,new bill.
Senator Adams resigned as trustee
of the Seminary, and senatorr C. d.
"Brown of Oala was appointed aid
"conarmed by the Senate today.
Bullock's fiah 1iU was killed in t'he
Senate by parliamentary tactics.
S. HoWeather Weakness.

If you feel fagged oU listless a:nd
lacking in energy, ytou are perhaps
I sufferingg fromt the debilitating effects
of summer weather. These symptoms .

~ digestion perfect, regulate the bo_-of
to and impart natural activity to the
S .liver. This," Herline wi do; it is a
S, flm~l ~w~~o thcet o i1 aSe.ataivre rand. restore tive. H. J.








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nothing on earth can beat. it. It wa
THE NfEWS FROM CAMPVILLE. recommended to me by Dr. lewtan,,
SNewton, Kan." 0'^ at Johnson B: a.
Farmers Are Busy Shipping Peaches. i
Notesof Personal Interest. MARRIAGEMARKET IS GOOD.
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andami hvoea e rr J iudge Mason Issued Several Licenses
visiting friends and relativeshere the'I in Pat Two Days.
past few days. "aBusiness in every other departmhe
J. Ii. Parker, who has been living at.'has been very poor for the past fwe
White Springs for the pas few months, days, but if this marriage departmeCr
has accepted a position with J. A. keeps going the way it has for the next
Naultaby and moved his family back ifew days I11 round up a pretty fair
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issue4rent of issue 8of the aal boq e:
Ch.rxile has the follo v fg ei~1$ 1th I Q I le- w e
; a u t604 keeping mey at Jog 'owt,1 ,..i: ti be QUO t,
h1aTe you ever aopVe4 toz think 11Iote ps 4 agl
,anmillions of d a* goa o o i 4
S1odtht every year ato 'th0 ep aVd, asJ 1 ~ r".! a ome i ni a r ~ordel?"4
..._ eartmleuts of the o6t1 er0 '9 sr cmise o... 4 vie
4 'r- Have you ever asked yourself Hen~r isop o lake o er qtesions:,~ t *A A PT
uIo a lave you ever been table o : fin 4 A. i haver .Iast. avoe0 ts of bter .t.g. .to" i
eound bui oiness rea.n o. thg Iee cotny as pret. The ln s en tudi the to
i'enry: .t. V..^'**-.,., #sttit iw ttd, hub^.;^^
aSE 4 StrasareON Letis sit down and thhnk it oerU Atwpg resoulion Sdortg te geod roads question r0cesola" a reMhtm yr.A Qam Without
N $.'1ceI-tWeek Sex St a year; $ix moment. Does the fact ;o6t And pat:lotoe )Ada&i Q taiaen favorable view' ofl the otial MiNV, ait e ^Gl't4 is intended to
Ze k.ile npZs *. you that every dollar spent tlo*9ient Theo lre Roo sev a ai pAn.. In a rFaecen t s ..ch. teTQ Mk T itcllt Work.

ti, W .1 a n ..I....: chased out of your town fL .hbb, J. j-has e sbecm. Ie't etelature. I.'L I L


~played advertisements for three, 8tate is jt tihat necl ,0 'W QQotfbs, J .RS ots W. ~, s Roi' lit. In fact, I,have been thinking how is a oo.l *te wilsop o therek
ad12 months at S eial rates. drawn frop cirealatiou '.4.h ada ane th 8o Wpia to gtretgthen and theintrs ahd of 1tl destreion of the
iS An w shichhe and been prealntfo
1 :se d .upon apple iean't yo, see the disastrous a atfie thee interestso o the..party. :, ,an q stions ther e a th a ge i ie s t ofe of t cou,.
Marriage 'and Death notices inserted this policy, and don't you suffer, t oof thaikswas tendered ..on. .hse whouhte ae aro.e d. he Imnterest of wrich hr benpreralent for so
i, ,.free. Obituaries, 6 et a line. leastindirey, by it?r Mafarland and Hon. thoseir fellowmen. to do ethg for an
Snotve effr her low AnAtto egulate the Hunting of
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.We will not accept stamps of a man and every woman eanfindee eertbi -"henon "or of 1900...... r ts u rne4.my attention to in the as tew Deer, s"'turkeys and Other Wihd
larger denomination than 2 c man and heery nwoma cin fid ouer Aterya ct npalgn of 1900...-. b h years has seemed to come nearer to G in LaFa.h..eo County.
.~1 Ois. eiLiteenio LiSt t ..... ..... l .................ou try roads.. I find that.there is a t 00 & iate of.Floida:
O Sun nd the Trice-a- k. lt' the exception to the rule is eax heney, r G. Robinson, H. a eo ie thand r ad etoin be n nr an L tr h

(N Y WrI one year ....-.....$1 65 remely rare. In the smaller towns of Ohubb ..TPeck, Capt. .. F. Horr, Ivaied so far tt I have madee u pfY a SBeet 1. This rom and after ti 1
K 'The Sun and the Atlanta' (Ga.) course, then.ecessity for sending elso~ Fred (htbberly, F. W. Lundy, H. W. mind to build a little read out near my p or y Si 0f she unty uf
Weekly Constitution one year.. I 75 where for certain articles is more gea- Ohabler W. A. Wilkinson, S. A. i buld.a litte ea ot nearmy oany otrdert of the county of
'The SU6 n and the. Atlanta (Ga.) eal, but, even there, the Fist impulse Glen and others, rthe "comittee ad- farm but, to do what I can to get iy iaFayete to hut, shoot, trap, kill or

T.he Sun-. n ? ne1i0eekly should b he toboyitgnearathome as mourned; t sin e mstatr pdo m thgwoud any deer, bear, panther, wiKi
the .ee td oo
T e-non one ear 1 50 possible. The inevitable reuls of this oris. Henry Chubby and Walter money for h eat, otter, turkey, quailor. other w, d
S ---inter-trading, thi keepingof moey t G. obison took p their headquar-t i game, fowler bird i .LaFayette eO.
.h..e e y imarovemera O tihe common roas can tie i aft
SThe. Ie.for" theeS rln tf the widowh




lathe bill e forth relt of the widow heme, arh obviousg d g es- at ...... "o "o ", where they be defended, first, as a matter of je- ty ao any t me on ter wre shall po y
of the erlJ. i h tho itgh lead st to uety o ontantly in conference with ice to the eole who lie in the oun ofun the m one dollar per
killed in the HouseMonday night, pleo spendihat ithdutylof members of the committee. Judging try; secon^ as pa matter Qf .advantage foreael a d eer .day. r p r day
... .too. home from the unnimity and- harmonious to n lefor teach and elery day .or part of a
About o the 1, comotive not bs ly n esar the committee the eputation, o. tn hiod, nt t ay a. e sball' nt insuch county;
g ud o the load of a- sendelewere eond, thatit i he of both gentlemen as leaders of the h a
S.an wre rmanufactuured in the United duty of lget merchant to extend Reptbians of rida i stil unch al- the welfare of the nation demands tha rn bo hu ng oot ny
%h eu a omforttof.th.cohnrelif. .al person before hauint lug or saoon ally
RpbinoFoa to buil. a. .w... fowl in said' cy
States thr mail rder business nto every legend They are the reognied Re-s far as possible, keep pace wih tof game

C' alifornia produce more dolar seewon where home buying.i not pblica leaders of the Stat, and mforts of eity life. o gsuve o n f the game warde s
worth of oranges than of "old or- always practicable; at leas. to ma eprominent politicians everywhere en-1 "It is a well-known fact, or a fact ticen. .Writig dayof. previous ,en .
eveory" Iot effort to stop this. ,food of dorae his fact ti in writhn of hia intent n
ates over $, ,000 and god $17,- everyeffrt to stop. thsfood doi- this ft. easily ascertained, that the people i hunt tireand inin s :
^ monco that goenfry the 6outh every myhunt thereStaetd dsminein sual





g..0e0 oer oy that goes t ro m the.out every.b u" P the country, while paying their full tice a day certain. and. sofii
SIf Alaska ould be lifted and sper- chants. shre of county, State and Federal known place in such county wher
v. ____S._Chbb:_andt.xes, reei pe as a rule only the gen-u t
; posed on the eastern part of the '": : Some very interesting facts are wil meeteucngaeOwad to iy-
United States.it would cover il tweu A GOOD LAW. gleaned from the report of the Se at enets o government wle the e privilege of huntg therein A y
people in th ies have, in addition n
ty State. .. ..--- emittee on public printing. It is person violatig the provisions of us
h: e ~ ',^. .. O B3rowtn, senator from shown that the cost of St, ate printing py gov- U ecti d.hall be guilty of a nd..
ow nltimore6isyourfm worth h forth yer 1899, exe ive of ne r- i advantages arising from meanor an. shal be punishable' ,n
Sthaan five years ago? What efforts O .iin an butr havie, revived yer ; e expenditure of pub9ie. moneys in' conviction by a ine for the fir ,.
:, your part hahe brought aout the in, a i .y hps ed in the Sent. i. paper advertising, was $12,449.52; for mist. frr not only pys fe f en dollars, and on co t 0
created ho rth? o y s-er ". Jn -inally pAS in t S t hish

ail ., ".. .il providing that tie transportation and for 1902, s$8,58808. h s a e, t. ery itt el o f a aectnei ffeoe l allbe pin tl
: Nino tlouandimigra-t arrived companies properly ,quip all nars ehiaecomimuittee, composed of Sen- s back to the farmer People by a fine of not less than twenty .-
Sat Hamburg, Germnany, recently en conveying lumber. At the present atorsy dMreary, Scoltt, Neel, Faulkner ipy e ty bay not only leh s than P eirol ar nor more than fifty d llars or y
;r"ute to the ifuited States. Extra time the mill msan, at a large annual and Kirk, lhas made some very import- lire, a, a rule, but get back practi- imprison'nent in the county jadi r.
'steamers have been puL on. expense, .ust not only equip the cars ant recommendations, which, if adopt-ally a o the benefits thai come from [thirty days. Trials fore violation .f
....hiself, but must also pay the freight ed, wj not only result in a saving to the expenditure of the people's ie before the ; >iy
Hawaii wanus to encourage immi- on this quipinnt and in some .in the State, but will also provide for a Lt e show ou what udge or st o the eae ;
..gration from the United -State(s to do. staices this entails an expense on the better class of work in the future, and mone. Lt me show ou wha game wardens of Juah county ,
SV0ns al farms l a million acres shipnieits- of a single mill of over with a more complete system of speei- korean h Ii sal that the farmer pys hereby authorized and required to ;il*
,'lp small f-rs "a 'a m l iorn are hes e: The fIree Of resa.withod t warrar haaiysperh are a r-
of publ laid in that. ftr-off posses- $1,000 annually. I hlie )aw is a just on ticatioha will afford better opporttnig- visible property, ind in every form of ret without arsraiot ansy person ,
Slon. and is not ntesarily hard on the ties for all possible bidders to ascer- dirct nation visible property pays lati the provisions of thief act ai i.
S Miss Ale oo elt has r,.fu.ted to railroad coPns, as the ear and car tain eaetly what is desired and eon- i b r t pause takehim forhwith before the .Kar
Allow a Maachbusett jeweler to nn building shops' are now making such squently submit more satiSfactory the man with visib property always justice of the peace or county j
Sabraceotaft.er her. Shu, drinws the ears. Yet at her ame tinge. is bi.l bid. !pays. If lie has. afn ncre of land the tobe deit with according to law.
line at babies of her 6wn sex ad hich p1,-sed thle 11outse Tl'uesday anld -Among other recommendations is sser ife has horse section There shall be appo i
SOOlor. becots a law upon ie alprovalo of the rlso one th-t the toard of Ctomnis- they can te couantd ; his cattle ca' b y the oveernor upo th passlgr
... : governorr, will save tlie pople of Flor. sioners of State Institutions should in- enumerated. If he has pigs, they be- this act in said county of LaFay
ow ifeomte of or lady friends w ida a sum estimated t fully a quarter vestigaIte anMd report at the next es- gin to squeal when th esor a two ae are w shall hold
Shave any mtarahy land and wish to go of a million dollars annually. sion of the Leggislature as to the prae- proachis ; he entniiob hide them. The ofiei for four years or until their .,-
Into business for themselves, why not Senator Brown's action was largely ticability of establishing at Bureau of fTrmer has nothing that ecapes tax- cesers are ai ointedl and quali'i.
try frog faring? Uncle Satun says it. i the nature of hupiing oals of tire, Public Printing and'huve the State, to ar, h o I a- whose duhy it shall be to see that ti
Sis apayingbusiness., as the lumber wmn of his county were some extent, follow the example of the "The iiprovem-nt of he eout ry i p oiis of atis act and any h '
la -.7.;':.- .......'r mkim... not mnthusiast ically in favor of his United States and conduct its own stid also on ge a re i ema tpi"ed with. p'
The won of E gland are laki ctng tion to the State Senate. printing plant. roads iant be justified also on the toitory ei said .ounty boa d ,
aR:.lllong And loud wail on account of ..:-ground that the farmer, th.. first and follows C'onenciig at tiCrab f
the ,'child wives"'of India. Why, they The rent important of th producer of, r ig f t thence down aand a> 'a c
edre ur, hivh gradnehgernonthit acted w- FRANK HARRIS. wealth, ought to be in position to hold 'thernuanri. rir thonco down and nl ..:
are mtt ed up.th, J el d aid,,of utuothert l. of .course, in proiibiting a .cotiti- ., his crop and market it at the most fa-; font the iee a. th. S"t -m ud "adi
attw. nt y.J. ." stth. i in.oIt noe of the automobile race from Paris It i's mow sincerely hoped by a large' voraile opportunity, whereas at pres- ro th.,ec along the meantderinos. o-
S.It is said thetaockton forces .held a to MadIrid, at least on Frenchi ground. number of the friends of education i ent he. is virtually under compulsion h Guf e tol t to e mtnithn of yana-
acusin te Mo y ni ght 'Thenionst.rtis nchie, runuring oi the"t that lion. Frank Htarris of toellitasoon asits matured be- tchi rer ad exeding fro
.to rel.l it a. soon asr of r's maottured ae- e. .... .d
and will, as on.of tho results of this public highways.at a speed of above a Ocala will at the proper time permit cause the rads may become I .ee nl a stu"ght tie, back to leI-
c eauets, place R. Hudson 1Burr squn rely mile a imiut,, were of course a men, the use of his name as a candidate for passable at any time during the fall b on the uwan't ee river is here hy
it the rae for governor against "'ouree to livs and Ulbs of al who te offie of tt Stuperintendenut oft r or spring 'i.a signed to the jurisdiction of one
Iti. ob." will be a case of a burr handed to be on the roads, whether as Publie Instruction. farmer has a right to insist warde hall
t buck on a stonewall. participants in the race, as spectators All lts life Mr. .Jrri has been a upon roads thatwill enable him to go n hin sueh territory, ami the resid,
or s ordinary persons goaig about zealous advocate of progress along ed- d t, e sh, o of e county is hereby assined to
s a Asssuely as t nan spen(Is hi income their daily lbuiness. In the ctiouber teationiar li1e, and his work I" t tn, to thehoes of hhbo as otfe care of iasthere of su.ih gn i
St and to th hoes of his neigwll ofkilled orwouded from the ac drecteen mrked by there- aon my reuie d with the arde who reside within t
as f.ast. a ho makes it, so h...sely "ill of killed ,n wounded frok tihin acei direction has been mutarked by the re- occasin' may reouire.'and' with t w s sharl witin ,


h not get ahead any. If an mtn is dent ofI he ti rst day there were sev- stlts of s fccessftd enieavo. very he has an t y asied th phii. Tf
sentenced to hatd labor for life we re- eral otnlookers, who couldn't get out of ront party standpoid t the DPmoe- additional need or u ood roads id or- amounts collected f the privilege of
..ard it as a horrible fate. Yet, that t le way of thel whininig engines of de- racy of florida owes mih to this man he may e kept commn i such cuty uder the pr-
a ss u hiinc. le' Yt t dir trint te .ie w ivisions of section one shall go to and
is. what i going .ot every day that a structt If.only the speed-mad au- aid the time seems ripi for the pay- action with the outside world. divisions t ecan onw rhell go toGnot
s. e ma' te up is' income. Ile niust tloniobilists were liable to danger from mentef the obligation" Just to what extent action should belong tothe game warden collecting
'ork r starve a.nd so lutg as he saves accidents, it inigiht have been a good be taken by the Federal government the same. Nothing i this ac shall
.otaqing he mnust etitiue to toil. idea for t.hli government to let the rae- One- illionjacres of California land te State government the count aid to any person to
'._g gt 01.. but it, i art. oa Ietate government, the County and hunt or kill game in sUCh county out-
g lg m ou, bufc it is par of the gov- will beopen to setCers by Uncle Sam the precinct,or in what proportion the 1 eof the onth or ih proityodt-
Shopkeeper siell their goods, s1 ernimetit's business t. preserve, if it i .fter. Jne 15 Perhai it isn't the bordenshould be bore. is a questioned for bylaw.. ora ornting or. iid
ety people 'sell their frid," a, the is of it innocut eitizes best la n t byirrigatinn it would be for discussion,but that country roads r suc awe n nothing o killherein
o Trt.shares, il-e onduttedt horseIsn. valab. '_ should be eoistructed' with a view toshall trure
Worthless shares, ,l-mohdueted horses, Shall be constrev -
t nntookabe cigars, The delin nt tax list which ap- "ST" permanent Pandcntinuous us e isaoor
i pegd i geutntlimeianit tithe dy ap n peered in those Semi-Weekly Sut of scarcely .pen to d bate
el eah other to -Monday shows by its breviy that Ala-. Acrs of Va.u rbl Ti.er Lad Burn. "I have such confidence in the pae o thelen or g r-
'mtelg e,ee of t Ahe Ae- .te byaid generalaninO
cls apirYti tot- social distituciois chua county is in excellent condition -In' Vermat tot and telligece of Amerem genel gme
Sand tordhi amen. Our selling society at this time-it hows that the people urin-:- Vt. June 5.-At let people that I belie tat the A
action for ll are prosperous, for the average, n 1*.1 ~ t- r.- fitting .forest res-a celteh of.-ideas and conflict of viewsn an t
-I a oi. o delays paying his taxes until the prop, Venrnt, et t nds of acres of the bet ill aways a, n n t wit the proision
." .... .orty is advertise beondion timbered hae ben burn- people .haing the .benefit o the s cto altke ecms I uati
After studing and 'photographing is prosperous and his fi nances easy. over and there Is litte prosepet combined wisdom of all the people. it. passage and apro
m .ore than 40,00 pairhof eatt of Iwr- This may seem a stratig assertion, but that A "fi rd ck wo rheked until it is.hea. Ap.-dof ianme w _d,1 o. .
sons, Inoluding thoe of ,000 insane It; is a fact whiieh canu e substantiated were desoy*lt l.rdc two redences ubalts the Is te of the West Indian Te .-is an a.- fo ar*
a4d W00Criminals, and those of 00 atni- by past retors in the matter of de- ..e most serious 4ptuation is pn Islands, It lie's 19 miles outh of cigarettee ssoker, to tell w~ther orn
"an EngIlh "Criminologist is. linquent tax lists. The people of Ala- Worce r mountain, near the tow Florida; the.: northern m st is Bi not the h.bit njure said a
forceto es6nu ethat the ear gives chua county akre to be congratulated o -Worester a. flmorA. The fire miles l a iha- 3 1ar ,k ;It is pult :. .. 'tO feeW ter inha,-'
SewtoW trt This is a .that they are living in a most prpe e taso barnei o acres of i7 to miles brad; h" :a area ii t n a al.kin..
m blew to s0e*4 sclentists who" Us state at this time. They have ea h tib $ 48,esImarent a cha of mo0on. ga e 4epzessiqnl D yo fe'
k pl ith nemes of ,blessed with g andbundant o, ac al rapdr spread. T.e tain (highest 8,00 feet) fromA ly, hopeless, weak t
h0i thie anle at whih the lat- 's, together they have a great deal It ti toaf c o o east to welt. The [a4laton ito 19 l d should a w sml it
't ee)' 'l. WAS
L U1 for., het E etsay~c mscn '-