SONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS
S .dppenedand What ii Going
'I4pi00n oa 4in $hort ~aragrapps
tt "He Who Runs MayRetd"
"day' Dailgj vn.
ion of Hawtho was in
:d ole, yesterday
*aplpton Ward of Oampville favored
e county capitall with a visit yt.ster-
lobert Jones, a progressive ,mer-
Shi-t of Cedar Key, was in the city
Ji 1y oods tt Cost June Jth and 18th
at sl2w, Tork Itacket Store, Newberry
-and ,Alaehu, Flft,
Col. I. E. Webster of the Dutton
4 phosphate. Compnny went to Ocala on
X: :T. V. Denton of Lake View, one of
'tho0 most progressive citizens of that
4'4ction, is in the city..
3, ,B. Padgett, the naval stores oper-
ator of Paradise, was transacting busi-
eess in this city yesterday.
V ,1~ A. Maultsby,'the brick manufac-
urler of. Campville, was traesacting
business in this city yesterday,
31 iss Jlia Bunch has returned from.
.aiplleasant visit to her grandparents-
Qapt. and Mrs.' T. 0. Getzen, at Fort
W:Dr. J. Harrison Hodges departed
:yesterday for Lexington, having been
Itjsummoned by a telephone message an-
d nouncing the illness of a chUld of C. V..
W.' T. Jackson of Wauburg, who is
4".- the proud owner of one of the most
prolifl orange groves in Alachua count
"( ty, was a business visitor to this city
l,' W. P' Lee, thecross tie contractor of
,Sanderson, is spending a short time
with his family in this 0eir. He con-
.1ducts the most extensive business of
its kind in the State.
i.Dr. N1 Barry and son, William,. of
;ewberry made a brief visit to this
qit y yesterday. 'Dr. Barry sla one of
'he leading business men of
that town, being manager of the Su-
*.annee Drug Company.
Misses Fannio Mizelle and Enuina Hil.
ton, two charming young ladies of Mt;l-
Srose, who have been attending.the East,
Florlda Seminary Normal school iti
this city and substeqoetilty the teach-
trs' c examination, returned to their
.Mr and Mrs. J. B. McDonald havo
r; removed from Prairio Creek to Gaines-
villo, and are occupying rooms at the
". home of Jas. Doig, East Gainesville,
i''' 'Mrs., MclDonald expects to leave for
:-l,' T tennessee at' an early date, however,
.where the will spend tih suniuner.
:,V N, Shofield aud B. F. Jones of
-.Bell were visitors to this city yester-
day. They made The Suin an agreeable
ci alj, the former renewing nand the lat-
Irter suhscribing for the p: pr. Thes
i^gentlemen report a (istressing absence
'K .of rain, which has been very s.'vere on
Ii. lDowd and family, who have re-
.l ided in this city and< vicinity for sov-
iral yTears, made their departures yes-
':tetrday for Arcadia, which placee they
'": ::will make. .their future homr. Mr.
4, a -Dowd is very favorably impressed with
Si:. eSoto county, which ho declares is
t:: i he eta ding country of Florida.
S 'W, P. Shottleworth, the ulun grow-
ier oft tochelle, was a visitor to this city
yesterday. lie states- that the nmove-
iwont of both watormel(ons and canta-
t: loupes is now very. heavy, he having
gi* hipped nine carloads of watermelons
withito the past six days. Cantaloupes
r' bringing from $1.50 to M8.W per
Sorate, andwatormnlons are being sold
f, o,, b at Rochelle at a good figure.
Er ; 3Dr S. Mc&lister, for many years
S a.aresideut of Oodar Key and who has
recently returned to that place, was a
vitor to this. tty yesterday and made
^ The un an agreeable cal,. At, ne
jtpe there :wusi nb man better known
^ Levycunty, than Dr., McAllister
Sitwhat might be. termed a "pro-
'Ionaolo let", havingtsuocessfully
,i hed savera coloies., principa:
,gwh ich tlkaitzgerald a.. thriving
|i..the pin oods of Sout hwest
V is teurtoe'i of Dr ,'Me
rto tabsh a dolonY in o:thei
l 4 a rd:. .He:Willrequiir
v ,,. ,.' v s ,t*vt s,' :, ', .... i, .;:' ."..-.: "r ;
it i 9 in this city yetr-y
day B afyt:I
ficient postiptsWer of that ptbgte5sive
town,Was among ,the visitors to this
JuStice L. J. Knight and Deputy
Sheriff M. .'V McCann of:: LaOrosse,-
who cMie to this city to attend the
special term .f the circuit court Toes-
day, returned to their home yester-
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Prewltt have re-
moved from Waldo to this city, and
are pleasantly located in one of the
Pound cottages, East Toion street.
They will be welcomed as residents of
Mrs. Edith Hunter, one of tlie most
competent teachers in the State, who
presided over the destinies of the
Hawthorn school during the past
term, departed yesterday lor' iI gh'
Springs, where she will, be the guest
of friends for a while.
Among the prominent county folks
1i the city yesterday was Hon. W. M.
Blitch of Santa Fe, who was summoned
on business conpeeted with the court.
He reports a refreshing rain in the
Santa Fe section Wednesday which
will greatly benefit-the growing crops.
The corn crop, with one or two excep-
tions, is very unfavorable, and it is be-
lieved that there will be a shortage in
cotton if the dry weather continues,
Many of the farmers are engaged this
week in setting potatoes.
From S'aturday'8 baitly Sun.
J. J. Parrish of Bell was trading in
the city, yesterday,
.-Waterman Johnson of MIicanopy Was
in Ihe city yesterday,
Mrs. M. B-. Turner of Bronson was
shopping in the city yesterday.
Mr, and Mrs. B. H. Povell of High
Springs were shopping in the city. yes-
Prof. D. 0. Mclntfosh returned yes-
terday from a brief business trip to
Dr. W, B. Howell of Newberry was
among the prominent visitors to this
Hon. John Wills of Bronson, one of
theoable attorneys of the town, is in
the city for a day or two on court busi-
J. A. RosborOugh of Windsor, one
of the most prominent residents of
that section, was among the visitors to
this city yesterday.
1. F. Kite has just completed a num-
ber of improvements on his premises
in North Gainesville, among which was
the erection of a neat, substantial
D. M. Davidson of High Springs was
in the city yesterday. Ho is acting in
the capacity of special detective for
the Atlantic Coast Line, and has made
a remarkable success.
Dan MoIntosh, a life insurance so-
licitor of Waycross, Ga., is spending a
few days in the city, the guest of rela-
tives, Mr. and Mrs. 8. H. Hall. He
expresses himself as being well pleased
Mrs. Enunmmett Johnson and son of
Charleston, after several weeks spent
as the guests of the former's- father,
W. T. Jackson, at Wauburg Lake, and
who have spent the past few days in
this city, returned their homo yes-
M. Lanier of Newberry was in the
city yesterday. It will be remembered
that several weeks ago, while driving
Io his home a short distance from New-
berry, ho was hold up and robbed of
considerable money and a number of
valuable papers. *The night was dark
and it wNas impossible to recognize the
robbers, who made a successfulescape.
They have never been apprehended.
Attention is directed to- the adver-
tiselilnt of W. F. Seoba, wholesale
wines, liquors and beers, Jacksonville,
which appears elsewhere in this paper.
Thoe house is one of the most. reliable
in the State, and has built up an ex-
cellent reputation on the quality of
its goods. Promptness 'is one of the
features which has always made .the
business a success, and Mr. Seeba
promises shipment of all goods same
Sday order is received.
Dr. E. T. Allen of DeLand, the eye
I specialist who has been making regiu-
. lar weekly visits to this city for the
past few months, was at the Brown
FHouse yesterday. Owing to the fact
1 that hoe expects to spend a vacation,
the Doctor expects to abandon his
t summer visits her, hence will not be
- in Ga4eavrile again untilthe fall. He
r states that he has ejoyg d .very good'
U success here, tad- ei to --thank the
People through 46 tow many
Pr ., IL. MuaLoodf6 0
-Mr. and frs. 3. ;hease
daughter .of.La.ross'; wer
this city strday* ',y
.Alex Read-of Montbrpook
of the Tyler 'umber CoWp
the Brown louse yesterday
D'Deputy i eriZ F1'. 8.'Curl
one of -t ost ellcent.ofi
county, i attendiAg court f
Justice 3.'-A. Strleklahi d
one of the most prog esjv
eeasful planters in the c(
trading in the city yesterds
Hon. Fred Oubberly, colli
port of Cedar Key and one
known Republiea.s in 0ori
the city od buWiness yesterday
W Berry'of High Sprix
the efficient firemen in the
he Atlantic Coast Line,
city for a few hours yestefd
J. D. Medlin and son Leo
were registered at the Bro
yesterday. Mr. Medlin is
extensive .naval stores oj
J. HI. Rollins of Rohelle-
itor to this city yeste
friends of Mr. Rollihtas 'will
learn that he has been mid
the past few day.U
W. H.i Tuoker of Nev
among the visitor t t his
day. He iJ. a .Srmber ok
Tucker & Roland, one of the
cessful in that section.
Guy Carter has returned
ka, where he has been enga
past few-days in cleaning .i
has a process which is said
class and is making a good 1
,t lNei P. aron Ramey of Wacahoota was evU o
S Ts. A.'T. Kelley of Rochee. isG
ii ^a pi- ^a gdifga'day o twoQwith relatives it Sprihg%, was m'on^g Qte 9attr; s ':
wbod' 4 W. 8. Mtoore of Hawthorn: manager Jae. Orot., one of 'th .uccetal
ors t .ths o *ore' hotel, was among the, visit- truckers of Rocky Point, was trading
ore to this city yesterday. in the city yesterday,
i a td 1te J, G.T Lege of Oeala, after a couple' Walt .. Cart on an qis .l..d
viitrs to o days spent in :.this city, returned matter, Miss M1rie, ma .e :t bief visito
ato theBrick City yesterday. fri d in this ity "yesirday.
, manager O.O. Strickland of fHague, one of C apt. J. W. ;atter of Mi.aipy is in
anyr, was a-t the progresive planters of that sec- the city. He came toattenid the cir-
Stion, was in th city yesterday. cult court, having been su'mnimond on
,f Archer a, .pe Ola.k, T.. Richard and J. a specialvenire...
oers in the Flook of Alacua are registered at the J, E. Wells of Archer arrived 'i.tJa-
ora day or Brown House. They came to attend city yesterday, having been suimnoned
court. on the special. Venire in tllhe caasef .
d of Hague, J. A. Larkin of High Springs passed State vs. .ohn asterlin.
e isUn through the city yesterday en route to W. Tompkhis and ;. N. Merry
l'nty, was Palatka, where he will visit friends for formed a jolly pair of .Aicunopy pe9 "-
y' a few days. pie who visited this city on busine. a
sector of the Mrs. R. 0. Smith of Pennsylvania, and otherwise yesterday.
of the best for the past few weeks a guest at the D. E. Martin, the efficient agbnt of
ida, was in Odd Fellows' Home, is reported to be the Atlantic Coast Line at Fort White,
ay. seriously ill. is in the city on business. Mr. MMartint
Igs, one of Jai~n8s Holder, the successful mer- is also interested in phosphate.. las,
emiploy of chant nd restaurant man of Rochelle, and it has been hinted that he is pros-
n of Albion Rufus Black of Paradise, the eff- High Springs were in the city fo~ a
own House cent bookkeeper at the naval stores few hours yesterday. They were en
s one of the farm of J. B. Padgett, was a business route to Palatka, Mrs. Evile's old
perators of visitor to this city yesterday. home, where they will be the guest of
tr bay horse mule, orp- relatives for a fewdays.
Strayed-Red bay horse mule, orip-,
was a vi. pled in riht foot. A suitable reward Among the prominent visitors to this
rdaye The wll be paid for delivery to the Ala- city yesterday was Hon. M. I. Coxe.of
regret t huaL berOo., Willeford, a. Palatka, county judge of Putgam
isposed for James McCredie of Micanopy, one of county. Judge Coxe has held that po-
the progressive citizens of that town, sition of trust and respect for yealt,
a rr was in the city yesterday and made and no man in Piutnam county 'is
b.rry The Sun an agreeable call, renewing held in higher regard,
ty yeter- hisubscription, Giles Fowler jid sont James, of Len-
e sl.'shiic- Miss Ethel Watkins of Micanopy non were in the qity:on business yes-
passed through the city Friday even-. t rday. Mr. Fowleris one of the moa
frb Plat ing en 'foute to Atlanta, in the vicinity extensive and successful lumber marl.
St of which eity she will spend the sum- ufacturers of Levy county. He re-
r for the mer with her mother, Mrs. J. M. Wat- ports the demand for his jprodtict ex-
o be first kincellentandthat it requires the efforts
thing out of The friends of Mrs. M. L. Ritchie, of a large force on full time to fill the
l whole. has been a uest att.he Odd Fel orders.
the business. .;
A number of tee jolly inclined folks.
of Rochelle paiticipatoed in a picnic
and fish fry at Prairie Creek yesterday,
There were about twelve in the party,
and it is needless to state that all en-
joyed the affairtimmensely.
Hon. J. D. l9tki'ns returned yester-
day from Oxford, Ga., where he has
been attending the commencement ex-
ercises of Emnory College, of which he
has the honor of betig a trustee. He
reports a most enjoyable affair, and
states that the school ha' enjoyed one
of the most prosperous terms of its ex-
3. A. Morris, for several years a
painter residing in this city, has leased
the hotel formerly known as the All-
red House, Oalht, and will continue to
conduct the hostelry under the name
of the Magnolia. The house is located
near the Seaboard Air Line depot, and
should prove a profitable venture. The
friends of Mr. Morris in this city wish
him success in his new avocation.
J, 0, Williamson of Graham, a mem-
ber.of the: firm of Williamson Bros.,
naval stores operators, and "one of the'
most energetic young men in the State,
was registered at the Brown House
yesterday; Williameso Bros. have
made a remarkable success of the
naval stores business in Alaochust coun-
ty, and they are regarded as one of the
most reliable frms in the business.
J. D. Ringham, proprietor of "Tlhe
Midway" saloon, Palatka, tells the
people-of Alachua county through The
Sun that he wants their trade. Mr.
Ri-ngham says hlie sympathizes with
Alacoua county on the issue just set-
tied, but he has been in touoh with hiu-
man nature long enough to know that
if a-man wants a drink living in a dry
county has no effect on him, for -hei
will order his goods. It is for the
purpose of soliciting hii proportion of
the trade that he has bought space.
0. O. Pedrick has just turned out for
the Galtieville Gas and Electric Light
Company a handsome one-horse spring
wagonof. his celebrated Gem. make.
The vehicle is appropriately lettered in
yellow, Iand against the .-green back-
ground makes a very pretty effect.
Mr. Pedrick has established for him.-
self a. State-wide reputation as a wag-
on-builder, aud his wagons may be
found in every section of Florida. ,He
says the only objection to his repita-
tion and his goods is thle fact that When
he e4lla a wagon he has "lost out," as
that wagon will last the puraser the.
balanmof his life. .
tl t. f lheait at4 ta Day -
Take Laxative Bromo Quine Tablet
All dAuggtaf refund the
1hla toeamrt. *, W.. Gsov.iia inlii
lows' Home for several winters, will
be pained to hear of her sudden death,
of heart failure, June 9th, at her home
in Ooncord, Maas.
Hon. Robt. W. Davis of Palatka ar-
rived in the city Friday evening, and is
registered at the Brown House. He is
here as counsel for the defense in the
case of the State vs. John Eiasterlin,
charged with the murder of Tom
Clark, which case was called in the cir-
cuit court yesterday.
S. R. Harvill Of Alachua was in
town yesterday, having been summon-
ed on jury duty. Sam, as he is famil-
iarly known to his many friends, is one
of the oldest and most highly esteemed
citizens of the northern portion of the
county and the people of Gainesville
are always glad to see him.
J. W. Patton, who has been engaged
for the past few days surveying a large
body of cypress timber situated be-
tween Paradise and LaCrosse, six
miles to the northward of this city.
He reports the tract, which was re-
cently purchased by W. N. Camp, J. A.
Mailtsby and W. R. Thomas, very
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets are just what you need when
you have no appetite, feel dull after
eating and wake up with a bad taste
in your mouth. They will improve
your appetite, cleanse and invigorate
your stomach and give you a relish- for
your food. For sale. by all druggists
and medicine dealers.
Among the prominent young attor-
,neys in attendance at the circuit Court
is Harry Izlar of Obala, who is here in
the profession of court stenographer.
Mr. Iziar is a descendeht of one of the
oldest, most influential' and wealth-
iest families in South Carolina and has
inherited that hospitality which made
his forefathers famous.
Rev. J. B. H-olley of the First Baptist
Church and Rev. M. A. Olonts have re-
turned from Orlando, where they have
been attending the State convention
of the Baptist Young People's Union.
They report a meeting largely attend-
ed, which was destined to prove of
great good to the Union throughout
the State. There were present about
"I have been troubled for some time
with indigestion and sour stomach,"
says Mrs. Sarah W. Curtis, of Lee,
Mass., "and have been taking Cham-
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets,
which have helped me- very much, so
that now I can eat many things that
before I could not." If you have any
trouble with -your stomach why not
take thee tablets ai-d get well? For
sale by all druggists and medicine
CHAS. JONES STOLE TRUNK.
Theft Committed in.December of Last
Year-Man Just Arrested.
In December of last year Chas. Jones
Swiped a trunk and all its contents
from a colored woman in the outskirts
The Atlantic Coast Line offers special of the city. After rifling the trunk of
rates to Detroit, Mich., in July.; At- everything he desired he made his es-
lanta, Ga.,in July ; St. Louis, Mo., in cape, and up to Friday night, when
June;' Knoxville, Tenn., in June and Officer Crpmwell.arrested him, nothing
July ;Baltimore, Md., in July ; Balti- was heard of the man .or his where-
miore, Md., in June; Boston, Mass., in abouts. lie was not "foxy" enough
June; -Asheville, N. C., in TJune.ie; Sa- .to elude the officer, however,and when
vannah, 'Ga., in June; Nashville, he d dropped into town' Mr, Cromwell
Tenn.4 June and July. Special low nabbed him without ceremony. Jones
round trip rates to many other points, was- arraigned i'n Justice Colman's
It will save you to inquire about cou-t, and a fine of $15 and costs or
your trip. J. A. GoonwiN, Ticket three months was imposed. He took
Agent. the latter, being shy of finances. ,
Chris. Stanton, proprietor of the Pa-
latka Foundry and Machine works, has WOX IS PROGRE SSiNG.
an.advertisemtent in this issue which --------
wil.be of interest to miners, millers Eight:Cottages of Abstract and Realty.
and others using machinery or contern- Company Will Soon be Ready.
-plat ig the purchase of same. Mr. The eight cottages which are. being
Stanton and his business is well es- erected by the Abstract and Realty
tablished throughout lAorida. In con- Company in the vicinity of the. Sen-
nection with the foundry he has one of board Air Line depot are aasoming en-
the molt modern machine shops in the coi:aging proportions, and the con-
State, and is prepared to turn -out t actorr expects to deliver them to the
work promptly, accurately and at rea- owners in a few days. Ther hal bee
aonable price. His foundry and pat- a demand fore thIs lass of cntth e8s in
tern-smaking departments are preSided Gainesville forseveral mooth
over ty workmen of ability, which a- promptd the erection of the houses.
sures fIrst-class work in either, iron or While they make no pree1fseat finery,
1b(i. He isa watering eppeialdly to the they are neat, roomy and smtibetatial,
oosphate and milling trade, and will ad will no doubt rent "readily at a
be pleased to open nNgottatio*at with 10r 0Iture.
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So n e Pa t, i 'B othen Hre ath an othmor iilx t aA soti, Ate t h as Is 'It W tt
Esar:ts, t hese 44#*,u mpepee ,".; eto.,, ha ha.tenedn rsv
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atho yr, hig dtoshp b tatit, In' oft, theei.'r itih*ef motive.. o wall'
t f teirtro let r i paeou.n l wanimor to-l AN't I O tr IT .
Lsr4W u Bos d trye d the Arizo0na wayds.T efleo.hp Tsetone reply tothe
A tjep i the "*Ib ats the, age 0f TuI oe. -doha1rges n1 whiii the pSfi .I there g t on
tet 0 eeaa tr Pay ti
6hi e t hrd e, and refuses .o make-pablle. It is a 't xprosperity h0 pr
W report made byoFoNrth ,Ast etant osat-t e rhe TFl.r daq Thi beIII f Ct w
Wet o di.tin$roished gentMe.rcs nasiter emrao Brstowll gohig veo y n'es be0legin tf~e ltettofeteho'pe o.
l ;t0 ',r'* *t i a spech, etc., baa hastened Slt1)5 5 t. .. .. p
eaauo r Qetlitheyayne i s striappokint! haveexitedr ofitciea Washinoten.post, partvint, 'ber iitni m e t h Va
odh .ek, r oficeand upprti, t i Udrsod whol fppngtoiasn t ,hisoor wo
.0fh:4 iale,^h1 defan; "011
th .t.. ,t o$ >,in. j itAccording t, th e most c onfadential TimelUn ___on!
O*d,,Ss ew z'vthe ot Adnoqn wablsTallolie'b. 'zet one reply to:t he s* '. i'.
m:that te people will havethe facts rege o- week there i weeping whcnd wallinganIe pierhap beresea hAn eth po r en
lg'hty-oeth effort'L s at en oppression gnashingof t eith in the Hanna camp apeotur i' thaelut ot s lg si
_m_,* as well giv_ e up the task of a t the bae convention. TheA ridiron Wat- ith Florida Tieal4en iojs ti, f t
W woWet ygMr. Hanna's poliseal pro- Club of Washingte n orse greeted Gorn engraving idnepIatgond th'eqo tenre-
oimeieii 1lep thi i.nte.es. In Ph e, iArthurhPue, Whathe o thi w hhorld niew web 'peritlst cj i hesi ,.te '
A' n eeclive libel law isdoubtless eao- i the olmatter with you? Wi e've heard of T mess-:Utio~ n has b i e tself in t
..ng..hairs mi ,cgj Tuloclinmty.de.tais. r' shol a, i
4orin~gi the inside facts of miaoek re off aind those words would appro. It is the wutyp of e rldlablite
li dea and paves the way for prately apply to Han. It is gall sow hiapp ltion by pportil
tevholestle de nraud'isg of the gov-and wcorwood to the H0ot taconfidenat e tie Tvei; ns tr T weli ri re t:w hle aeP-
at ei t o w ha.v the ; ot their peerless lweidenr beatint and w oing a lwpraps beec is nardnt uolrtnoeM
g s polled tooes inely ateth ept the Forakerp wplatper ewon1id warra th fra lon time
ere is e raw delml ng feature son resol ution, but o co is The iGrtdron Woith th c t olor atuton of ths e
p te tihg eMr. Haniba' political pro and they dare nlt take agree stepsd or- engravn s e op. a tt ie tere-.
t s. get e en with a Fo rakerw c h ra "Arthua r typinas g depate o and tha elegant
e hw e da e o re. action ur Whatnth world ia new web rto g color r1, lt
n eo e bel lw dutle e thande matter withat election n Weve heard of Tie ion l the
S ........itp.revents the pul. peace and uan so atey uen ror aned," ro'm any, esopil tha orfl iUtmtfd
s,,u, b. t yo.lf hasflittle dfrlloeity in oteo l '
,; nling lthe Insde facts of another tc, nod thostme word would appro t isg in h e duty oovr r f lotr iio u an t
4'S 'rlliea1 deal, and paves (he way for) priately apply to Hanna. i 'i gall S1D* his appreciation by supporting
,' nl BlO defrauding ro val for the g an wormwood to th annaiter, b tothe thentW uro wo "l e Svie q lp, fuieh his
: episd t '* thirpe erlesst .lade bo lh aeMa liducot-nts, hec.hmen and s, tthirncoobfpeiits eazch,1er, ene,
i the'Thr, oa slied.ntoha su' pii thernt o "l ter .areb ewacciptg the Fosituatkeron, s plent be cime eroe wd w i ir th e twot
is- ibll o o0rHetdeming feature' con h resolution but lsob Is th e sitafeti POitn"p oler sature w b htatseade
/I'He'oi^4 1 a ...- i4 ,, .. ,1:-;, ,:l.' -.
:i t he hxaestbgail on gof l e pualnd a t ii regain ted, nystopsand to howtte Sarna' e admpo.a.ta
Postbflyse Deaqywllt not e ll op ke rn. te ttigl to the Snt ire ti elot se t ot eased-to p tei e a Our E tob b
'j $y e tes d, .he oniunder t the puen lie of hand a at th t eleetidn deed '. the Lpongre $AntI .t $kw d 1
id %'ffrlobe'l n peae and harmony aeeator r eatt er ta..o pmp nyo espep trtgh u e
ri' vhal hinasjf thhaslittlde diiulty In conceal- fable g antlant *ra t.heo idtidte f
n .n..d a..... a... n... 4l hiht reardsRooevet and ac ting sier .st
Ti, o he ifl pero, in at these os il, uh nn a li n ts -cm and the i p ippl r Wiets o'eci oit r ,
them oanes sh e lands him in t he m at- Wi the Iana out of otue way, the grntleknot oss.knot atthi n e t inac
.. meni lski o llt. nun t "io i iua on of Roo ievlt i u- Fdlrl *thenu&
: eyes aanta eosol icv of th l iout. They mostlOlal a n who a rela oe b iasnoso wit
,' 't it;thattl'ous nlad'i (no ez orl- Oin- balt thu Pre-ident. That such: a the..Congreut, .... MP c ddesn
te tu"on "ir drt pll-K pi-y fromt t."'- ....nias 'o* A..T no 1; d wbto.ar-
| .' ggeront and d~inig no work, it will;nof f 1n w pen of soms hght va4W rtpho
beuwanO blljot and complains le tters itslepeaudo nt votnr, that meiinis k' a 0tb^r Xwo ,:.lrw a ut.
0i 'caueofla Florida o niti o an pta
really tu96essful individual is the onie 'forbravery, s h Outig o rar fails to ak- h~sme'k-ow.'
$' who4,. w he: und4takes to do s o r bravery, ahouiiitari bout American thorou h .. ig! tIo. in, *,,O ,
f i'ng, dosii t' no lWattor w at obstacles im loynity, musi tar fora pm ratir A tl.oroug aei io into
arise. ie says, "I .will suced," pI litliian do not regard ,itat. at l.o furn-.. ish.as at 60 M ;io adia, a ;lt. .a
ctitl that their ow)inee be named the probing of tb ostl service, bust
Snhis feature' 'Work on ':the Florida at this early date. Hle Would only'be- the ex-Aa'sitsMt Betary of tthe NawV
Tim U 6ilon, Edittr 8SaillRu lSa i' nak- coine C1 tho butt of Repubti"an idltle\ will seetti n iio sral raets are
,lt, ipopatlar lit, ,,hNo ed lart-ni ihveetiv, ab t, so io!lowili'be'tO aimitntedto h" ,ttiny: of. the pub-
*01itm.'dwtmtp prritrh'iachlWvcidA mnoro ,ketop,lOm Republicans guie~ing for a hogie.1'1 ,: ..
p!epi" sle'cesi than the Shprt Talks while longer and than nominate a Mr, Qkt 'itlo .'endorse,
Vo D StaTOpe fatiwhich Mr. Rusis, in his strong wman, conduct a whirhwlid capto m ept, l ndora a
-'' 'oowP Qlip d inimitable manner, paign ahd land the pIoper umau in .tli tullel taebHnI* anRe "ll'an
ppn^invd of isa own judg uent.| White touse, or oeM tik n d
,At lo tveor feature work of Editor Iteproenative 'liardsoi, of. Alf- wil votMrreiepkxnd, reder
. '$ 't $duhdabout the (ay lialto," Mtss talked interestinglyt ithe situ- ,thanat i e
'iti aislsts I mI akg the action this week le said, ldo not t ppeas
WP5d ol f Florida's great daily V believe Mr. Olevelaud willdbe candl- t t e t-a o not
1Y *tn iyaa0'l in erest,. 1li4 vijloa date atd l'fool urte that ho will so dei i &andia t t",p hlr oppben 0
1 t in l favor- of Mr, / '
S,,^ .i! 0
WG., gmand ptl a hI 4 varte
o'f0, the A VCougoh, ** sh
by the ,oei ilief among ueh p
C1 tt~laa''aity' tosap dt4tbp t rt th em w 4"of tolo : r4.
regular mninoleip$li eleaod when be ,:p tined o nediina$netlai t
The p.e of the amendment tooms
hae preient eharr, oao iiever, woul4 te point where it becomes 'tt
. een sexless lelaton, t "fWoor oia aa thoeoadmlin.id t bi
thas d, telrei Iiin*l; :: Ut-e 0iW&9ii 0o$ ee9 ash a
re s of the e chane but beau
Aime n panhe. .4 l th6s0 1 OO.." 6 T hey th 1
is as deired t whoWthai the effrt ad not t beera
as heg bassei M the foue, that is trtingly declare
the oigertja4 lts bshags f th 11e the final go o Ill
ftnlerk of the ioous t1it, w he e dn,- are what he n 6nak them, a t4 $'
the *adorsemeas shts it htd no fwor
Qd tg lt4I na o me b rtees Vrworking for b
yoe i pl.a t r :.f thr iion .bt i In there ..n'* p g 0 r 't
.habt, bill, but it" IIs not th Seui o aii yP i
$i1, and the recon.s o ow.w I he .u pnc port, bruts l 'asfplows he
mot legally passed a$, d evptl o dixaanc1 Ja"wtlitom 'tarttSalG, at4 N is
tatute would i~lao wise legalise : he als o n eees ort.te torke them an tt v,
apesdnoan 'w o, r.!'heiewavtl tio tkg btoiett,....
ienp oph er, n ol is a bhir. JIe is not e good Qitiflln
anner. f I (ate
ty endeavored so remedy taier .'Aie world aisde chiedn y to tbrio wh'
of the legal passage of thejwbt in ..h.l.iy haierperm
bi y drafting the proposed enobmh to see things tast arebot
otheup by thelr op evil 4dg1a,, Ttre Ore 4lwbys evo ly thaw. ,t need to'
obicedt Ia changing the form of *O bili, grow pplees they e o r corretei. t4I
d ented ainst the pas m t be a ple t to po
age of th measure i~. any other form thao out, end ,eary men e.lin. to
:,than as nst edMet. Jp0 attentIonf to the be
some aemanhs himself, which were en- are those wbp 40 point them out and
of the ity and wh are provions to an appreation f their hare
ithe charters of wa* Flo:ida cities) It has been truly said that r.onns
One of the aendonepta was seriously .never come tro. sati..ed people, bust
objected to ^ by eetai parties, which j awa0s from d issa fied ones. This is,
troducon ofthe bill and final ust- wants g better dissatised
m:nt of diftferences between senator wito h what he has. ot the mae who
Moreary and Representative iversst e
nena d op Mtils were flnally adjusted, !oniathe n t he is a iislg
however, *nd the gail' passed the on- qthet intrarM, he i'e" tat Iewlizp'p
om..ive, and If ti p thinks heaI thl e atjotltl irl depend
bi t~hefoose iaot the fault of s.nwhon they realism '$t *dvetnta'e'
thi' S ritor' n ,thr A h is about the Oiy optimisp.
It ile justy as l), .however. that the worth having
bill stited of passage, for we repeat
it would have been a dead letter in the t ..i ,* :
shap of an a indp t to a b which la l
O L. ROSBSI.. E. DAViS the salmon, as sLo0 a cewtlt, are
ir e. .. .r..te solid ir e amidthn.. abippt d to
feferrang t ea ?om.unicatin signed i' t naat, where, on being carpfully
nAlebhua Democrat," advocatng the 't' .. red out, the fishare broqght back
above named genteearn for Contresl t. fe. Experimenting for ears has
the itmnes-f nlou' ma k the followinei fu ly demonstrated the fealbility
etne to this sterling young Do o the pan. Live fish are worth double
r Uoti pta legal eight;: ih much as i dead isahin t^e Ww york
'tOn sources 9ther than "AlWohua market, no matter how pIrfeet'y the
frid s of RIobert E. Davina ha T been
etalitgon tomake the race The tl'rwn 1 Wh i^ts,' Pl"tgi Mich., '
4cvangross. $, uf/pta standt Sigher In claims to be ram Stas eeaplp as any
41Ae).wa oontyithanpMr. blis, ant is town .', tb.is country. I4' jear iat
(s qvl4ent Ih4t the people of that coti. eost the SX) inhabi^tta' 91,* for ex-
ty 4ae going to press his claims for pensts. The NsPoth departupi$t spe9t
Congress with a view o$ having a ewp- w22 i Mltl 5). the hl Hffieer's
;tsecond t -M. assis tappropition was 04 eent%, %he fire
abyer ro r ot antariogn de artmen
,*as poaae *f the tf ablest' lawyer ,,'-",..~,,s t^ 010'- -.
Sthelit ighth jd$Iclal iorcuitr fle .:is The modern hala ,thei* nata'
gentlemani of excellent qual eatl, ion, are npir in use by tweity-pine di iff< r-
poiteaus,addres n4 sn.poesake w q emit ntitns of the earth represt aU
hai 6 few ":'pIet t l :l' i ,u State, lthei6 ability to har e th props of
bvanl matke the a a sp' ted t i e world the labor of '20000,0
eanvass( hwillpq^tn ,t o#s ot theib esh *0e
and Imaos intsntring speakers .' th the trmontdes devol.pment oa
sI unap. ie wliakon botmhit n site a t' leclitte railroad b1ih ,ig
Iitt etili rl: i ';tih
t 4 st, d hrie si p the ee ail mills It a.
,to lead e ms ar Doatlnion jo is faiII e beforo0ked tIhdtM of i XI
pas~iss^^^^i^^N ho wd p
FOR SELLING WHISKEY HAPPENINGS FROM MELROSE. E F. SEMIN Y WILL .
WAS FINED $500 *G4041r One PEAsL
parHiee, of Barand res l vo
el Williams ArUcollent dinner witoaf unrinited siyr -e d Sahrile--Gov w perfodin frdlto a ptty in Selectne Ja Jury From V. atIo Special Be
rained dandSentenced Within Short ,pi and pleawlandr n Watidh, li Ar wi t t Tis f xd ca Wl
todyttAoftSpace of Two Hours-h rids ginnAA Large wseVeand a et I r I treshragebosms, gwnr ht onfined.row
Qurod A rt of Gurt. when dsme thi ty ohl tiernoon mei m Im., occasion .by w he IBaron sked tt.l heir
T is0s ss Fanny MiCsalle h. egdevturnned F, HaOmpt etIt telegram Thebridch was i dev charnd ine a After a long ad Btedious ceremony,
Arrest Wags Made Prisoner Was Ar. te, and Harry Huffman, lne A e Pro This Amount E.pe.ot Must rh, beautiful pikcopaln reoqy The ourt ion tie Ertire Day
t er of suppres.Ping the illegal s Are of mer school ithani s Lake anid il be h i n ll Salatrlne-Gov, wao performed in fronthof pretty I in Selecting-he Juy From a Special
whiskey. This was demonstrated last aftseredwards teach theregular termwt at e t soeti tpove h a W ide covered audtr trimaEd Whyt Venire on S adt Mn-eury iaa Now
ight in a special session of te SeFairbanks. orAme.-cd i fresorange bcere ony, grow n b r onrid partyne
rorsd Attended the Courtael Williams, M in Emma Hilong eaft t guet o e Legilaure o t ori-repaired t lar o liv k wtlllan d peedustafters r hour turdy
the first victim, was fined the limit of 1iss Lena Jackson. ,nary, ""-. of branches ok nitioY fe ,t, on the night, but not until 'it ecame alees-
the tunicipals law$500 or sixty Fanny. Mi. wale has returing ThtFs no sur prise toour peopleraw b of an wherbride was' n harmg Afterl a u a t ia ceremony.
iaso iaiinesvfilre are rom Gainesville for a short vtt1(4. f.Wtraveling dress, with sixty good otisens from various
iemin rh pat. to dotherfdo eoidr hise ot h eW few l riy c, mts twety adhiootraveling-itcortyr
terhis instance, to o, isdo their faction the mat W l- repainted in ope regulation or he tire clause relati e. Thvedori adi ros t aTu d hea y i ti oun e fin t er a e .
rter of suppwi .sin the illegal sale of mer school atJeinings Lake and*illtnh i T e ast ecnnewy wie clle. we u rd sectionsof the eounl th f o i.t a.t
whikey.ams wa s arrested, arraign ed a nd c at herwards teach the regular t'Ifl o rt o M aa to.e n Albert uit. hu st re cor
night in a special se ion of th e mFairbank p eas. d to P hear o ita n h, itt bowAfter oth beautiful l flowers, whp re rundown.
mayors court,when Irael Williams, M Emma ilon i the e o eelaurelda ferns ros, trailing vines with swet The t roowarowded all dur
the first victim, was fnedhos.e liomita, last LenatJackon. nHry.r will ne gra c l, rpenre etho larh e lf e ora th.on d eot ne, just atter sm hunr >cau
the municipal law- $500 or sixty da3s The s. A. .s is nosurprise tooir people, who of branches of ninety fot, on te night, but not umm i bae
West Union street. Saturday ni t theprincipaoftheMelrose school at majority four peple ast wil be at ste oefeis, wh ore tme ora ge, e e atw te htsl'tl wr s tlo t, eae
in jail. Anotherinipres6ive feature of 6gh .I needed by h buleved the s a most atty additional jurors, tha forty
this instance, too ick the fact that WCro- the net term. int the next session of ath eg a e hvedd ing breakfatho lp se ats for thl e orignly o tnmot ha or avin e.n -
well arrested him in the rear Harry Jackson has just returned itrre.1w clauseA
hams was arrested, arraigned andra9rido iiary would rece a col- the road. ,t wedded coul wrctie setser a; thaesd at the ress of the court at
victedof ithin the shorp, just as he of two The many friends of wre he pur llied Thnos tion, ever, wi ear of tlw d o rueh flowe ro atroud undown. Av,
hoursattempting to barter with oseph Rob- a fe ueigh horse-p to hear of hgs avinn- e as rr the re room ware all
William isla barber. fe iemploy- received a t grade certifia proposes to e orelf of thea origintlamount t.e ns, roses, trailing vines w ith sio, t i the rac. an a d ,
Swere later released and sunedom e s, pbuzp sYwaretere aiv sedven uty-gradelcwftetI t ahich hbfallen to the lot of O llly the relatives and the Baron's log conflnement-
ed in the shNop if OThios. Foman, bo st examination which he will be supplageaitne fie grafi the ter the arwai"th bid thl areos day, waned h nxiouts an ,
West Union street. Saturday only giving neighborincipalhouses with water ch r. at ori o ur people will t satin irtwheor thie on, lMru. hareorc
themll arrested hid in theo rear Harry Jackson is a m t just returned isre fo ar, ther delicious a lor fruits i h tprisonerwt is a ,th orn i, on.
of them, upon the event as he w as from Jacksonvlled ougt t re he purchall t support ure the reason will del fr train fo d rare flowers falo te follow tW. the naml of h
attCromwelmpting to hart he sawith Joseph Rob- a ine eight hor-power gasfind olenough en- latest two years tile o riginal- itn Dr, and Mrs. rew departed Frlday who hold thdsl o young Est
inson and William Champion for a bot- gino. Mr. Jackson pro to toe tioof the board otr s to rect niht or Newth York and other, pOts lan i the paln of their lnd
tin evof gin. at oth Robinsonurt, and hae of t engine ot only to work the te building onen of to sparkled tback irwasa
id n a h s gn t l Work vion that should the se ever cease Th ladies tate that the bride's 4, W, Harris, O. 11, Merry, JA,
pion were arrested as accomplices, but buzz sck to, shoot the largesroertiest moose e tt round, wa srved this tial f l, co t Jon e at n
were later released and Willmmoned killed in Canadter or a eveduring the year 1l. count of whi reve alen th lot tr el ties And ro ott
conflicting stories in his testimony, The animal weighed, nearly_ 1,400 Governoroesawr r e the nbatterr. A BEAUTIFUL LETTERs :t "kh ....twhich.....to
witnesses. Notwithstanding that both whis- ound fr-tm which liaverage willght supply the GRI F Jn AD W Relef Asoc a nation of G ainead llee, Ga. e th-et is erae
,MrSild, Ut. dA. ad akey from Starke, and afterwards con- or 900 pounds. The measurement from hard-ot
tradieting himself with the statement trp to ttp of its horns is sixty inches, .ounty Offcal M y Be replicated inW-. .
them a drink and did not offer to sell Jackson is a moat enterpaisitg younggcuthvetong tvoe ia lrlwo Sr. drove to Waldo to take te tstdbattle is aaLcpatl.
them, dupoin the evidence of O cer th hand oughaving t have all thirty o up porng t tAsVnilh aton the fo lo n"m foll ing ut l"the amirIof thoe^ O
Cromwell that he sawan. istempted rtainly somethe can fing to be prough sub- onsiJackonal o., Jun 1.--Pof revet Mr. the rle assoation of i orn-t ridy wno hod he doa t of a t
In the Mayor's Court W Brinder has been appointed l Long r r t iy t at no GainsvI, a.ll beile ridied byold lt
pass at money between the d the mant, ribe has erlie may also add a d on-amo tenn t pp n, wh w as s, rie fud wa rad in thirs pit. it Unt al rp ir un yt
Lwas convict n. Theborday ofg rnin g s tblengi and has a eleways p ri melfts t he property upong wi s, o e Frle s igt, pin to tr. yop g aitcuiti i nd f( iAmtir an s:
in evidence at the court, and one of to the town. rely continue stands wha ed tat ldy, herald the y will -r atlrati of o a 3I A. e. Wa. otn nIt, Jn.
the strongest evidences that there was From ans article inm aNew York paper, through the inTest-itution with the ppo- few weeks.am i Ws (. Mcrntosh1
something to place tosu raise ionthe wind to do so as depty. M. Deputyle our vision that sh erlfWttke wa ever cease Tl estat that the bridm'n o Harri lrr nmL. rer
isfor w20, wtill spend tent days i mproie origin oer t It w ns on ac taste. It wsho adreupbyseMadam f: Crosby, Wl.s'. .
his possession when arrested good luck to shodatiol of Leagu. n the opel o court Attnadjourned a n t
botleempty. Aeain, Willst s told killed in Canada during the year 102.-. O'Ntll, for th i reverting titled a motion : t.oto alkd Monday mtorlig, wulii' t p e
flirting stories in histe stimon liam, of he animal weighed o nearly 1i400s quo v akg that the e tuo To OurA BEAUTIFUL LETTE4R. 0roill be tak, p. It i, ,ti-md.tdi .
.fdrt saying that h e brought the whis- pounds-the average weigorts rom Oi te ground tt te ne ne Ne o l inviorththy
felta little contrarke and when told o nati, of a propos. e consolidren on of abent witie. ose lnr, John g lia's elieA City, nation ot wit for hflrl I l
Foreman Allen hime said elf d ththe ings tate The t ip to tip of its horns Is sixty incve truth in the tho d of Mary Jhno ri hearts bMiurkdehd witm. h lt.l Of t
around the brought it fable yardom withishome, ada be at to ainow s omethy abou iell D tor unty Officials thoile plh Iorrlwel for h d stctl ln on t
ous-looking briokebat, an !rly rt eand ov if thirel t ont The.f first wltnesw woght h ,l s si lm f n r, t ,. &
h int didn't try ter hi t dat ean wid no un r way e had nuo i nt mat o tht He wac qkt, une o. ernongv plot to wNI he relief i w latio, rcely r ay or Sy lietta ioin iMC av i l i,
* brick Misthe Mare," excitedly e Prsdnt Johnson, often Ame to te ac been appointed al gn wh two ..ans 0 ( aine v,(it@t has Jeru r elved by .. ,
There s an intertpsting mayor's deputy sherf f Prtesldront Herrmadn, o reourty ofmalsd.wore. Wnpl.cated I. iUso ahurin ?tir. .hC At NON-iom tnt eNT tl
r v eryb od b tmed at lie has served several times, as eon- L utonait W s 1? relief fund waseraised Intthu city. It Under and by virtue
Luciuse Harvin, iSaturday ing the i .g he Citble cnnati club, wery tpod himself a mAero t e rsHele andr yoththe wl e-gWalgea osu ttr be otal e yulplt,, to l y u a ,ainttioi ,rhtheht(m, mltlla Jitt..l ,)til .i
Throsertaid at oa tae outcome ofre eomnd at the oefet wnas -thatbe P ifu l city i cIntl y l and forA] ir t n oory,
belong to de Frog Alley seball nine, officer, ad will surely continue many, bias er, tnmo th an Fe ltne r drniea width "tear frool th r a mit .' w of d illiy of ea itr, n. MillouIa ltrr i, -,
Harvin being unablher ftor de onlagr Nw Yook, June 13.-Theindeputy. andre epu to hve beeTn la to plot to oi t th e Iiod of mloro. ainlNad- ) aw ro, "t t
ation was isn emy s usc. When I to o the latetMo crmn t erct I om. l tndonte f Mar y u n. Ab t 1tari l it a ppr e r |atio rhe rlit ofI t lh4virtue t a lm mtey
for $250,ng de brick spend ten say I prong t at m-. is.e ntInn W. Rte .Heartt's corplakn wardm hlawhdafdeld.t that )ey.itM kept e oefr wt whi we a rJf r .imA,)It nat -,,s Im
th W ell replied the mayor, "I'll aa ethi r iumo te region s have. combined t e Vit whic wau dlled la ouirt, stab tri J h -re has r ywhpond rd rfbly to i o. l: is ovAr th lOf wi^t" .
Inou tmuse ostre e streets by oling iog w o nued toda. W A Mo ig of c t trhat rney so- ro fulthy ., eorin l v d
N wtheseY vilified brik for crossings." h lr I a u l nn, 'Jmt i n-iod-, ...eill..for. .. .. didii tii IlIei ,a .dW. i.'1 1" W.rit o i
a Wlln epenbriak a ta!~e dihowrng the reorts from ai ic er, f trnih a. the money. M lthe botI rhoeN o f l ah, in tdi0aI iiti 'il lv uo.I. etOit i t-he e o .T
fit l Oe nt r vatych os ern. -ty t hie L.ohFgh V a lerRdaroad John4on te ti lf d ahi n to th is lnfo r. of he kst a dkli ra ft liav e l t, tO it-ol t dd il t. ,,r .s "
fpel li ntm e c emiaryn ntruthei tlce b nati, clna t pro h os ee d c onsol mt.tjo o o absent w a n tnwm Moses h ittner, John gia's Queel y (iy, sits we piig for hernd I a i, t ru to ete wtIL
perorm a cehrtn u y bat ine oNatmislian AmerIcan leagues. mitb and John Ahbu or, 'gto ontrad- itc hi d wifro i.a It 'i'i1tii t'ereiah m thtmai- tw t II ...iM
o Ws-looking brihe beat d anayor i m-ta nt w o'l fthhree watnos lavl'm6rue thwco in tdto ts eilnl lof irn urt hoh hns ony wi-"(lrai r ti., h, ts heb i I tiltrAt .e" I01 m a w ety to oier tbi? we .-.f
flun de nickhe un sy I lungit t wi&io~Into~V.II. -leant's couplafll ard~mad a~i~a~t tat ~e 1opt owevr, vo~e -hs comme -laddiug i. fit#-irnp.time d7A'neIuui ,imrd, romcci I
s titution, Miss Julia Kennedy, one of w ate wan too low to let the dealers by o ltior. The defense claims them bury the dead. To every oni who ha4 I tH tti t tu1; ir PUlmll.,
the most competent., kindergarten mak- a profit aln pay tull rate. No .men are badly needed They ar U, contributed of iofe1y, stores or prii l.- u "s .
. teachers in the county, has decided to rerunds. he said, have been mate slnc .Posel tr, be in Perry county,. f0ltnet vi4ionI, iymIpathy or words of lncourt -. iJSh ~.'f lini lt.
open a primary school in the audito- March, 1900. hae forfeited a bond of $3,0n0, fter age ntt, GaIlnllesvtie returns her Ar e1T ofteh it..-
rium of the Gainesville Graded amnd .being granted a nw trial for the m iu artfelt tlh s and ra (io's rich- 'r .
High.School tomorrow. The efforts of King Edward's Lat Loeve der f Joese F'Ieldi"In the .lreth.il-t'gver therto 't'A AV Mil,
the young lady will no doubt meet I n Jut King ldwan fed Mr ww- bles, Ida Burkhl iand frier ,i. A (Atsi,, iItetto
theuces last h.Lve,- of the .(mtse l washeld to- yetnd secured a re.erAir in his 'o Miss Ida J.turlkih Omi and aflemidut, -' c'"Ti), N".q.h!i:Mim:T -
with encouraging success. 4ay anIl was -largely attended. Th' Becausle lie wat s a frieidt o Mrcum, Gaitsville,. fa;, we hereby a ackriowl- l, the cirout e orn, ioru Jmunth, <;r&pu't, ,
Filed Pe~tiotl In Bankruptcy. Ajirilane presented were C(tfalk It alleged le w 'pclAked out to edge the .cteitit oof IP it vsl.t i'. fr -
New York, June 12.-Wm.1. I. en- $tock
tucky, nov rorining 4in this city, h. sachusetta: Professor Newcomnb, P. murder beling the roewrd protmise4. Treasurai R l'. F ril utainhe anmw si cau tt her
Sfile4 a petitin In hanuruiptcY, with 11 Morg and. the Uni od Stat te .. .. ... M rhim _._ a pt "II h.t! Iule u|ov time ate-
tiilltitea. of $l, ,2,5,, and assets ait natlairal rl misei11oner0T H. :IS,. san xa, .f lnnii 4e i ters :.' Vems Mitts l ftk hint'uis als lit rectapt 'aif (tres, 'tJuts4Ife'rmeMts016' ttils ul I -itR!' S
'?, ", .^1a^ em- ^^ Ailaini : ^. le lZ.-,. time following ltttir from-ii, i$. TNJ- delww 14 iziet/ifiW&tow, Smici ^t^t sat'- 4i,-s..oreS-
348.457,of which $29 i,(0 represents Ch i A. Cortant and. Profefor oteh rij taoIt iet.t s it, trn t i lti lt Lfr;ilot wl.utt-
stock In eIttem m r Ktttuctkm mtia.m rmimam lm. f -*m*J*._ a**un- (toi monii tti o hti
fields.: b anty the credItors named ,.."_lsi_. morsis 0-usd* hoft al. 'iuinbg,.iuedemiatlt emr t
teld. ttatye. Robbed on .Steamer of $0I4. PE t-u#t' A hb
----Mob Chtltg Negro. a wealthy reid ent of l n-iigeles,. et too tfO etirttltitt itn of t "e -! rdMadami Your t esruof Oth a" t*
a.to N. .ait ~I-iA -ab-- Ca l., whn ws a first cabin ipsiger is f e fi with, obuhk for $4t which hats it I*?turlr orlt .. ti
200 ed lze ar e aicourtng i T n -W:l.Star line steamer (eIV tion 'o ecei ovetoth erelif -mmit-
zlenaiy n.search oa.- niegr.who shot m0today, hlport.d to. fi i 4l rpol. ibopot d ansoitag .asr* tee, Paeolest, 8-. .. Please ae,-t I lt o .ttltCt-
John faiallly woundld 'lht nighal thea he -a peed e4 h party risitd Ikowt m thanks for your kindest and would r is id .
.. .., I U l 'i ;"y l mu--i -
It Mrsol oa been 12' ^spoAs
po l ,cte. shootliogtl a i e6o -blo ed. S2O0,.0, ieti!U ,-e, I W .. .....ei w : p v*d& -or' Y ^urs .u -
has--- -- "' ... fO- a.... fU--------u----.... ..... ,: f "fi.e- i .. i .ut i S
...I.. ...s remarftkable: ('(
Of: *Mlar a".i t Dtrts... AP ilelVeraiiiW i t 0,i..ohav b#'3 n.l ]Ap
Published Twce a Week -Mond Thursday
~AItIE FRIA MON-I)AY JI 903 ONEDI
OLLAR A YEAR,
IS SLOWLY FALLING
Report of Flood Conditions at
East St. Louis.
S.ANDSDOWNE SUBURB FLOODED
|With the Rivers Above St. Loula Fail-
l: ing and No Indications of Rain Pros-
spect For Relief In OverfloWed Ter-
ritory Seems Near.
f:t. Louis, June 13.-At 7 o'clock this
nIng when the observation was
de the river had fallen allghtl
oare than an inch since midnight and
d at 37.6 feet on the government
g9. The flood is declining very
.wly, but with falling .rivers above
no ind4catione ol rain, the pros-
for relief to the territory In the
.nity of the north for hundred, of
liliess that is covered with a great
'dy of water seems near.
Landedowne, the northeastern sub-
b of Eaat St. Louis, to flooded, by
I ar from the trestle on the Baltt-
a a-nd Ohio embankmentt at Hut-
1-A 8 o'clock this morning the water
I9V trom 6 to 20 Inches deep- all over
Sthbp atiburb and' rls4ng rapidly. A
sjMit torrent is running a der the tree-
e.tie at take Station, meenag the back-
|wttr from the south and Is spreading
oYelr .Winstanly suburb.
At midnlght last night the Elast st.
ouij and Suburban company aban-
dqned Its carsheds at Rock Road and
thK terminal belt.
P:' LOOD VICTIMS STILL IN NEED.
Relief Committee of Kansas City, Kan.,
Makes Urgent Appeal.
SKansas City, Mo., June 13.-1Kansas
iqty, Kauns., is still sorely in need of:
id for ifiG* oo&iuff''Ierers. A second
urgent appeal to the country at lrga
ihas been issued by the relief commit-
.tee of that city. It follows:
"The destitution on the part of the
tflood etfferers in Kansas City, Kans.,
demand' immeldiato relief. Local
Charity is totally inadequate to meet
fthe situation. Outside assistance is
imperative. Two entire wards and
,paXts of two others, comprising at
least 23,000 souls out of a population
4f 60,00.0 In the entire city are made
homeless and depealent. Hundreds
.t their homes have been swept away
.a4d those that remain have been left
IfWith a deposit of filth both inside and
)out, of from 1 to 3 feet in depth.
"In most Instances persons were able
to save only the clotWhaag they wore.
Their household goodie a n clothiltg
_have been swept a 'm o destroyed
Sby water and m1tdL I1tisas Oity.
Kans has fed and .i uabwd these 23,-
00 persons for 11 daVoa While tthe
number dependent fn charity is graI
..ualUy diminishing ai zap nIot
.pens up, yet thare w0 be mI y thMo-
A.ands dependent on chlrfty i ftfft o
cOlothing and household goods for some
weeks to come. The funds raised up
to th.3 present time have been nearly
exhausted. The authorities will be
unable to cope with existing conditions
nless the outside public shall come
to their aid.
i ,."he city officials have Inaugurated
vigoroust and efecttive system for
the. care of the flood sufererN. Money
',and sappUles in largo manents will be
:le ieded to prevent extreme'sufferig.
'"All 4oastions from the general rBb-
-tic should be sent to Thomas R. G-Gl
bert, mayor of Kanas City. Kana.
S"Onlket It ister city, Kansas City,
'(o.,' KansasI City, Kans., has no
Swealtlhy otiseon~ to whom it may look
itor aid. Its popult[oa i made up
1arg.Zy of working people. (9Siged)
1IWaoaa B. Gibert; mayor.'
F LOOD IN ERW MEXICO.
vl. Grande Overflowing Lowlands.
Settle, Seeking Safety.
santa F ?e. M., J*nn 13.-1ood con-
amona parall in northeit and cextral
JMW V01O;. The Rio Grende *|1
*oogr the itwlandas and settlers are
'W~ag he lSigh 5 4 for sa.t.
tiat Pol the eet Ms uterw.
|||#6 She t|p|ut
p odIM a I ".e Ai. neaw governme* It. Trhe lito Mag 6 not ,euIoloy.t The paseagsm wers .wet t-tr, mirnffOsaia stroie or .p I -.
dge eto the stret aud l most t 4 1u ads a tton ake p, bt ot wrt irsy hart at t o'clock twhe tbortnlg a*d die. -
tty killed. a fr W he powe, the lt g elear -aley t i wti a* aitlfI hiI later at ie lo of Al
men and shots from the ea 0n lotM ii atotsrmatQ fromd I& wr rEpk, but managed toI nrawt ot daughter, ,Mrs. charle. Onsfgba. on
cars dreW a liafe -crowd. and I ~ -wn w :o t -, ..i+ tie b"o s i idmber The ilT l s W#* *inl t v oue Mrsi 1M
Uce a'?eCt*d Oe orf~ 0"$&A r i as 4petate t de 'er s ordev Gokl4 th widow, i rs, Eaacey BaI
**. ** Demand *Uftiofl .R
SaCi.. adi. J nderr and i" g ;,' Id aS SIWat e .ld O the hou r d patrti la. The t
empl~eecyAi theISabe IOe w *sAad 4a t o Ater te0"a,, $wn l&mghs e *
rtomet o. r tantre o1t e talan tto Puesa4d aint.,3ttse Zas 45. MIe *4N*f 16h*4 A la Md,* 4nds
~iflhe IA~15~%~ O~teV $t __ ~t e ~ 1
t? REVOLTING STORIES t G w IRL SINKS AX IN
ise of theo e1,4INGItcham, c* 7oi.'tI sllec "betwoh alt t ALA X
_oop6 _6 Colnel STEP.FATHER'S HiEA
MPl~movicl will, be burite this morn- S '
"RPM C OHANG"OF SERVAN uRDE. ..g ..
..iqe -ty Is lawlohly corated with
Reauietin Wlw Vat A str Ate ^ 1 ) Body Alleged to Ha an the national colors. A o' Tennessee Slain by Girl of
a.r i.t n ]6doerf': yesterday, removed- King AlexI
M 1 f gllttedl der.' cipher from the cockad Thirtee Yes.
al Lasker llisas chalrn, has net QUEEN DRAGA WAS OUTRAGED, ther p ... LAD SUNK DEEP INTO SKULL.
ly completed a draft .t I tat o ST. PETER UREi HrOCKED. H
the goverrnen"t of the o"ner al s tt ose Admitted to the Palace to View Was Chastising One of HiS stepoflnt
ie regulations t carry ge~nora W.
s act Into r w e rad the Rmatina Are Sald .To Have Newspapers Express Indiganiton Over When Boy CGaied to His Sister For
cal changes In the army he chel tamped and Spat Upon. Them-Kari 8erv In Otrl he tr Help, the GiH Responding with
hI. P ete9 a llburg, 3th 8,- vtra e, o A bove Result.
uniting h ageorgvitha Electo probable dy at Belgrade yesterday caused anll Above Reut
oretical authority exercised b Vlina, June 13.-Tbe ncw Servian immutee impreaslon here. Knoxvie, June 3-A poal fro
the commaudIng general under premier. M. Avukomovles, is quoted Th. Newspapers exprossa Indignation Bu edvlle. Ten., tays that Lowls Bo130
the present law and the PWO. in a dispatch from ojran a today as nud horror at the outrages, parallels li, ag1ed 4:bout 60 years, was Alur-
or heretofore officially Ivte.d in saying: of which, they add, were only find-' daee by his 13-yearold xtfpdaughter,
the adjutant general. As drifted, the "Returned home yesterday from ablo in ancient-nimes. At the sano who struck hti In the back of the
new regulations leave little or, noth. Alexnatz, where I wa. ox professional time papers consider that the late. head with An ax, suinkng the blade ol
lung of the adjutaut generaVl depart- l eal bualness. I wa, once sum. foren of the powers in Servlan Inter. t4heW apJon dly In hls skull.
4ty exercised by th comma~94ng ge 1 maned to the ministry i e the other nal affairs at present I not permissl' Balln was hasthisng one of his
eral' department. The a4itant go.s Wnuaters had asse They in. ble, although developments tight eom atepatase when .ie boy called to his
eral will keep the record as: d ow, an tfesr 'me that the si was commit, pel Rua sa and Austria to take action sster for bhl. he little girl r
the orders to the army wlll e promul. ted at their request. 'I 1 accept the pounded with the above res4 1it
gsted and published by him, but. th premirship, The cabinet meets to. Pretender Abandons Cla"m. 0lheso two and, another stpchlld are
ohlef of staff will;direct the "issue of ;y, and will consider %6aat steps shall Vientia, June 18.-The A.ustrian rv in. Jil att SnU Ill .
toe orc ers. He will be the Interho' aXt be take.L At 4 e.nt, we are #r monltora Szamoas, Leitha, Marco -
d1ate Letween the president anddsecre. net n communicationWith Iaragoare nd Koeraoe are sald to hav 1111 ROBBERV ON :RIE. RAILWAY.
tary of war, and the army. and stal Vitch, even ltthe armythas proclaim' cored before elrardo yesterday eve-
bureaus will receive Insltructlons and M him king. Ills electibn is proba, I nsg. It is reported that the garri xpre Ca n Eastbound Train Loot-
orders from the chie of staff In the bhe, however, as there is no other oon of Ni h, Sorvia, iaas refused obe- ed ..Valuables.
name or the secretary of war. The courao open. It will. fmwain for th d enco to tbe new government, Prince
chef of staff will have the siupervi-. kuptshtl-na to elect imh or not." Alexi Iarageorgovitch, a nephew of lRochestem, ld,, June 13.-Last amid.
slon of the troops of the line, wil d; Bensational stories, nany of whicll the nvly proclaimed iing of Servia,. night an express ear attached to Ok
rect nliftary operatlc-ie and In. gener- e u-iroubtedlY .u Ior ehe purpose l ho l;a~ 616leturo been pretender to east)otind train on the IEre ra-l wo
al wil be the moat powerful oficel of political effect, are p i shed her the thno, during the course of an In- ws eortored by robbers just outside
that ever held a position In the army the moo.t revolting of being that terviw7 hore today. ano that h ofCh andl co5lotely looted.
In times of peace. Of course, at all te soldiers outraged Qtii Draga and bad abandoned all claim there ad4 TIhe robbers throw undesh'ablo ex'
times he' will be subject to the or. *utllated the body of tig AlexanI welcomed the advent of hit untuce an. press package along the road all the
ders of the president and secretary desr, and that those who vere adnmlt. the l:c-t solution., The prince, lIke way fromHAmmou to ltochoster, A
of war. Not only the purely military te to the palace yele wly- to vte w ethwr well-informed person s trlbu freight train followed the express trait
-mattorJ, supposed to be vested In the the remains, pat aId stamped on t edthe revolution to dlsoeatt actlon e pdclted up tho packunges. At
commandinggeneral are given to t0e th.em .t the lat, Klng Alexandelr'smanurrrihge, Huntlogton, the'express car door wail
new staff in the new regulations, but to tbo attendant -canoals and to the forceal open. As t Wnas done, one
the supplies and equipments also are NEWS IN CONFPiMED. Lcing's hostility to thL radicals. of th robbers dAsltokld out, flrliK tWO
under his direction. I -- --- shots from his revolver and made hi
The new regulations make the staft Government at Belgrade Abolishes SOUTH-ERN DEAD HONORED. escape.
officers.on duty lnWashington board. Alexander's Legislative Assembly. he police thon mad thir wtay loit
to ;A qlidelar all matters requjirng it Paris, June 13.--The foreign offteq Confederate Graves at Camp Chase itte tear and found two other robbery
Sformatlon and report, including in.:- "'we received a dilspatch from theI Are Decorated. hidden behilt- .ome packag* "They
apections, The general staff will French. agent on the SBrvian frontier Colrt-nibu, O., June 18.-_iPho gravesB wero .ceivred with revolvers atnd p1te
recommend orders for dietall and pro- confirming the 1sreds annou'nceumentV of 2,2(0( co'titedorate lead were strewn ild tnder arrest. On thfr11 paerota W*M
motion. and the enlistment and ro| that 0lwe now governmn-at at Belgrade with flowers at Caminp Chaseo in thoe fun. a Lrge Intuer of valuable
crultment of soldiers also will bi tak. had abolished the legislntlve assembly, preaorWe of repro6setatlvo son, ah1 package e, Te interior of the 04r
en trom the adjutant generals depart. creatod by the late King Aloxand r daughters of the confedeoracy and ewae looto, (as evr, had ben opened,
ment and given to the general staff. -and bad renewed the ancient Skupt prominent men who fought on the Thes package eof Itand bout $7,00ope
Ap important feature not yet wholly stimIt. which has boen orderod to other sido. The services woro hold Thla .acf valuable bou
determined relates to. officers detailed aassemble next Monday for the pur. for the fir't time at Camp Cheas un- orth o la
from the general staff to the various pose of rtifying thle proclamation a0 der (he t aispicest of Robert 0i. Lee HEAVY BLAST I.N IBWAY.
army departments. The regulations Prince Peter Kara:cori-ovitch as king. chapter Dughter of the Co federAVY AT I WA.
as prepared provide that the officers The assembly JU'L abolished was acy. --.
Sfso detailed, either to a department mado ul, of appointees of the lato king In answer to an appeal rrcontly Is- Many Perso is Injured and Houses
or with a division or brigade in the- and did not cobtain a mnomtbSr who sued by General Gordon several doz. Shaken to Foundations.
fleld, shall become the chief of staff was. opposed to Alexander's policy. ens ff oxs of fragrant magnolian andl Now York, June ia--Ma ty persoB
of the commanding officers of the deo Too dispatch adds that Delgrade beautiful ros s arid wreaths made of have been slightly lijt-rod by the dli.
partment or division of troops operat. contain u- quiet, the people appar gently evergreen and moss arrived front chAp chari of a heavy blast in the ui#b
I ng"In the field, without regard to the being reconciled to the tie wconditions tWels in the south. Way at m'oadway and Iorty-hird
rank ct any other staff offtIers n the Offietals here doubt the truth of the Governor Geore K. Nash, Rev, John sreet, Windows were broken on. both
command report that Belgrado s quiet. as the Howitt, Colonel W. .Knatu.s and Al lids of tlM Sreet heavy rok were
The comWltee hopes to submit a authorities here are unable to swcure 0. Field, the minstrel man, 'wore the thrown to the oofs .of nearby bu4ld-
rfatt to iQAf".l Youeg today in or, furtiter direct dlmspatches from iBol0 prnclpal speakers. The governor, Igs and a Isho er of planters and
ler that hte l y s~ai it to the secwt grade. 'ven the official dispatches owing to eleknoss, spoko briefly. but Atono hurt y person, but nou
tary of war before he leaves the city. whlica have reaehc-(l Paris appear to i.mpreislvely, l'e carried a thought, srfr ) rlY n"
General Yonsg Wti l make a tour o have been mutilated. 'that iat we. all should do now Ii. to iho shock to sttirtlod a barber t
he great lakes next week, leaving here. it is stated a thorltativwly that th-s create and foster ar affection for the a s nearby that e d' hi
o Stur fo ar' there ha bel no orexchangeo of o l t overnment as It now exists and hat, ede acre the customer's eheek n.
"V ....e "municaflows between theo powers co honorliug: the soldlcrs on both aides laid 1 oen f ot three Inches. ,
seore e' 1.t li.Mmory. corning Prince' Pet er KaraIgeor who f.ght In the civil war for the explain for th. hevy charg ot
r omembetr faces 18.a-Hab l i R toder. s I i t io of the toe tkav I oed they did, was one of the dynamite has been obteaiabli
remember faces-hais .......R...rde. r beni best a.s to do this. ".
Go to make a man c s that srriou consider e dell e r ewitt a eonfera n I Dl.
ant d'isrict attorney, tried the p-Isoi' relgaty. t I- 'xpet that th th -padt t ng of e atie. Mrvnhlr & erSo _of ,sl, 13Miss., ha-
or and had him sentenced to nine years visa authorIties w.il co..voke a e.t- ech ., e. tie e e"erson tr .Grrer &. ado1.f ireic, Mlsl- hsye
"i b penitentia W .ho rm of the. foreign melieter at el' 'o- -e -- "- arrtned wlith the Menmplis Trust coin
before the recorder,, cared with bur. a and' present. Latt- with def- of the a-l ar.- Mr. Field pany for the fnanclng of a 1300,000
glary, dprisonne asse he never Il.te evidence that the people accep, briey,-, but ,.ap e .el rairoad the tpmboro t Idesn MIfieiild-
bore had en in tole th th the "w '' c ve t t -. -, The proj-ct etut ta buldt
I police. The recorder examined n4 the ablut1t matittatn O y 54 In r"U T R TRiAMEN HURT I, MASH. ilg of 20 0mle. of railroad eastward
features closely a-nil recalledrt fore ante, the safety of foregitdts. Wben '. from Bardis, Mils., to be known 51
mer trial so accurately thatthO pri. M mnstere avise the. respetive i i T e the rd an Delta -'raload, the
,. confessed. lie was again o.. go .rnrnts that such souft ies have Ca.i,..- purchase p" 3P 000 are. s of ti.t.b5
gui ty. been received tho varlou5 pow
seat to woman a t..s.t CA2 thie qruetla of giving i. wilthola4t* Westsr Mtixed traIn near StlMkelt, projected mlls are to coat. i the meigdh
Isth aveanue, 6*15* ]sree ethas mCnitio I t is further stae t ai.b N 0. Thur sa I borhod of $100,000
.ith accidentn t whoi C, ssed his i th te pewers lanivtdually o eoIgtv[,*. UhItIke i.ra ier aid Plrmelut SIta I.
hi. et. an_ perched o- f t4III5"I. M J likelyy to sepm' in a mecti 8Ir WoIaok, 'rq asu Aile s*t4 DIytoIn, 0., June E'-"-( I eral A I
I car passing: n the o- with -the ue stinoT of teognir .. s he ItWnI Delhey were I njired, 4b1t .idIr McpDwell McCeok. U. AU :
J4j I -r6ovatn
a c : i J th' ,*: thme 'u0 ek
t v;:, t+o t iftl .')any of 1. L.
C'B lat^t. 'e 1rowd at :he
jalUan 1t .le.. aL inUA court.
4:W CCi a as3 6r anmd
^BWfcitf't ^WS5'13're ci?.>n.1":t. WVrePV
g t l, hlth htrim a : ot: sty be;.
l m to tel~tL thie ~loam u' 1. Mi;as
'h1i i*tfa, daugi0 c,: t) .county
t4 'Was, tod-ay seaoad .. th LOc-
tN se 'tiol *
aay ';by Captain .B. J J..-
l"rtSs aga :t '
Ja^chson- a l';i c.
|tement l~ad4 lntensifiod th.: d.i,'t:c
t was much stir' about the ,urtit.
Apis Captain lYwevn 4etaicd tt ;;
At0Y7 O attempted thribery When aov'
lif'4 day4 ago he was offered $5t,00),
|i.the ,oney wmas counted out to
Sf he would agree to alter his
tstliaony so that it would not incrihm
lite 'Jett. The offer, he said, was
I" at ht hitomTe, and those who made
jave then'.pireteretce of accepting
$I0t beng killed If he testlfed against'
:y vwea held another eonfwrane0
8to :With IZiwpector Hines regarding
0(1 matter. and sensational devel4Op.
metis at*e epeeted. JFwen 'wa in the
tp last night, and will renmailn In the
reof th0 mHliti untll 'the soldlera
, and thon-go with, them. The
| orbt marshfali here has closed all
ta blkld .tIgers. The rflrt witness
Latlted wa Hezeklah Conrbs. iHe
wor6 that he. ;saw Jett s.d White to-
Ethtr a, few minutes befo the ehoot.
of b a f Irc tm In th couprthouse.
S Oaid he saw White move toward
M ,4e door oftthe cQirthouae and
at motionito.0 jtt t, follow hrm.
1| %W1 ;AQt :ee 'tt.:a|(an until after
4ime Idrdi 0it, deputy circuit clerk,
t(ft4. to scenes about the court.-
|e at t lhme te of the murder.
l a r .ura Z;.awlinge, clerk in 'Day
i' ^ eora testified that she saw Jett
*mne stt oa the aide door of the court-
ls. tj Wust after the shooting of Mar-
;an.^ A qefvere croas-examinatlon by
O'Neatl could not shake her 4n her
dtomn Bck-. testlfled the same as
sl p~4~ HR0g%, ;iAverrlnu that he saw
SM'e ouiit of the door after the
I.tt CASTROg.. I F
PQE'r Oa ; CASTRO IN PLIGHT.
W ".iO i w r.' .B ^
SB pciaS PzeI ESTIMATES
E-very 8ubsciber to THE TWIcpEA*WEEK SUN will have an opportunity to share in these magnificent prizes if he
wishes to participate in the Great Educational Contest in which these p-izes are given.
The subject matter of this Great Conitest is the total vote casct for Governor in the Stt4es of Ohio, Massachusetts
and Iowa, on the 3dday of November, 1903.
Every person ini crsted in the science of;' -ertiment should be interested iu the election of thise three States, as
much valuable information can be gained by a study f the political conditioned involved in thee elections.
CONDITIONS OF THIS GREAT CONTEST.
Every subscriber who remites ONI DOLLAR, the regular subseription price for a year's subscription to THE
TWICE.A.WEEK SUN, will receive a certificate that' will secure for him any prize whidh his estimates entitle him to
When you send in your aubscriptioni also soed your estimates of the tota) vote for Governor in the three States
Writer your namb, address and estimate Jni the labc'ropitin Blank below lnd mail it to THE SUN, Gainesyllle, Fla.
I The contest will close at midnight, Nov. 2, 1903, and no estimate reeivOed after that hour will be allowed. The
official certiflcntes of e Secretaries 0f thee three states, showing the total vote for Governor, will determine who are
entitled to the prizes, and the awards w
the otffcial figures can be obtained.
Here Is the List of Pr
nearest correct estimrator .. ,.
second eareat Correct estimator.
third nearest correct cstiinato-..
fourth nearest correct estimator
fifth nearest correct estimator ..
sixth lneareqt correct esti-mator..
seventh nearest correct esimato
ei gh th nea rest correct et ,e inm ato r
neot 12 nearest correct estimator
next 27 nearest correct Atimfatore
next 938 nearest correct estiiniato
6i0 prizes amounting to ....., .....
The following Special Prizes Will
For the nearest correct estimate recei
Dec. 15, 1902 ...... .........
For the nearest correct estimate receive
ter Dec. 15,and before Jan. 1, 1003 ..
For the nearest correct estimate receive
ter Tan. 1, and befie Jai. 15........
For the nearest correct estimate receive
tar Jam. 15, aid before Feb. 1 .........
For the nearest correct estimate receive
ter Feb. 1, andbefore Feb. 15 .......
For the nearest correct estimate receive
tor Feb. 15, and before March l.. .
For the iiarest correct estimate receive
tor March 1, and before Maric 15
For the nearest correct estimate :receive
ter March 15, and defore April 1 ....
For the nearest correct estimiati receive
ter April 1, atd before April ;. ...
For the nearest correct catiflimat' receive
after April 15, and before May 1......
For the nearest correct estimate receive
tor May 1, and before May 15 .....,.
For the nearest correct estimate receive
I hereby certify that the Press PTib
Ml ichigan for the express purpose of pa)
gregate Vote cast for the office of Oover
1908, and that this fund can be used for
Iuclosed find $........to apply on 8ubsc
N aine ...... ... .. .... ........
Posto lote ............. ...............
S tate ....................... ........
i1y Estimates of Vote for Governor in
.... .. . . . .
REMEMBER that the CAPITAL PRIZI
Planters and Growers of Long.
Staple Sea Island Cottoa will find
it to their interest to commu.ni
ctte with THE CAMRON AND
BARJUY COMPANY, Charles.
ton S .^ ^;^, ^;' ^';_. ^;. ; ^ ;| yto ,
A1volutlon in Venezuela Has at Last
C6me to End.
SWl1mstad, Islantd of Curacoa, June
,Oa-oieral Matos and the general
;io aupportod him ii the revolution.
Tymovements in Venezuela, have
ptrnlod here. The revolhition agatns.
oireidenit Castrp is ended.
After the disastrous defeat of the
ijllttonary forces at Pedregal, Gen.
Vid.1Matos, the revolutionary leader,
OI*Obliged to flee with his' generals,
&p, Penais,. Solagnie and Perdo'
(" They left Venezuela In a small
I boat and landed early today on
p island of Curacoa, The govern.
|l troop'i eaaptUred nearly all of
lttoe army, ..
|ilbleorge ). atid b. r. Coaby, ot
.l0villle, all charged with peonage.
B makes the seventh Indictment
l!AnstGeorge Coby., the eighth
!iat Pace, tihe sixtli against B. F.
Mby, anM he fifth agalust James H.
>I :4. All-niade bonid. .
.i; Pace will be the fAret one tried
ABte ran' ury is.still In session. The'
11rr:asked Jud-pe Jones It the act'
4ed by the legislature of 1901-1903
.nowi as the "oriminask contract
S'i*s I vIolalottn of the .o*~tu-
t the Unlited.' State. JUd e
as took the matter unaetr oonalder-
This is regarded as very aig-
an, a. the jury is tnvesutllng
p pnqp e and thia reatcrs to the
eof coito. a
SJitudte Jonrs finds the act uncon-
tt0al, hundted of. Indictments
lowv ge+nstl e mteet prominent
*. and lbtl-vtinalls in the stat..
i g.', decia)on may spring a
JIeni n .-ti o*l. .-
St*t there 1 no truth in
.rtiAte4 tn A'.p*rla, that
*mons a, a t M>.
O~ y O"e C spo l edo f --
S'ridAy ,t'aOotb'erqu iet^ day for
Special -trtri of c:hirauth court.
day wAs apout ostly ia h arguip Pf
TA'he prisoner 'wa1i jirralined
apwCi thh cei rinseriatrnd huy to
a fine t00',or ,s 'toJl ie e
cbounty ejail .....1.1:I.t .:ii 0.
W OU ifiN
FOR HEALTII ANW' IiEICREATjOX.
Situated on thoe aeksonville .4 ..
Southwestern railroad, elevt miles
north of the town of iaelhiu. Strong;
eat sulphur in Florida.l Ciires Rh..-
mratism,n Kidney and Stohach troibl.
Fine fishing and hunting. First-class
table fare. Rates$5 per Week. Free '
THOS. M; RAY,
DEALER IN !. ,N.1'
Wines, Ltquors Ber,
PA4ATKA- FLA .
rill be made by a disinterested Committee of prominent judges, just as soon as I make a specialty of 'ine Old Mel<
low Corn, ranging in. pice from $2 to
.e M .a y 5 before J ne i $3 pergallon. Full 4 i -bf iyeW hias-
r My:, and beforeuinel....... 1,000 kies, Gins, Brandies, "'Rums, etc., at
For the nemtrest correct estimate received on or af- lowest prices. Send for my price list.
.. ....$10,000 ter June 1, d beforeJune 15.............. 1,000 All goods shipped promptly, and.. in,
.. 8,00 or the nearest correct estimate received on or af- I boxes if desired. -i5.2m
.. 1,.1066 ter JTune 1., and before July 1......,........ 1,000...
500 For the nearest correCt estimate received on or af- P & .
""" ..e.. 2 ,er July 1, and -before July 15 .............. 1,0, 1IjP N & SMITH'
100 For the nearest correct estimate received on or af Palatka Fa.
r .t...... 50 tor July 15, and before Ang. 1 ................. 1,000
85 For the nearest correct estimate received on or af- SPECIAL PRICE LIST.
s, $15 each 180 ter Aug. 1, and before Aug. 15........ ........ 1,000 l) ter Rye XX.X $1 50
, $10 each 270 For the nearest correct estimate received on or af- 0 0 2 00
rA, $5 each 4,662 ter Aug. 15, and before Sept. 1 .... ........ 1.000 Gold Medal. ....... ........ 00
For the nearest correct estimate received on or af- Old kerda .. .... .. ........3 50
..........$20,000 ter Sept. 1, and before Sept. 15........ ....... 1,000 Ioyal Seal ........ .........4 0
For thenearest eorrect estimate received on or af- i al. .S .... ...... 5
Also Be Paid ter Sept. 15, and before Oct.'1................._1,000ori iske ..... 1 0to 00
ved before Total 000 prizes, amounting to................$40,000 Gi................ 1 50 to 4 00
In case of a tie or that two or more estimators are c re s o" o atf lowtprices, Extra
$.-......$1,000 '...1charge for jtigs':" j-gal., 10~i; 1-gal-,
d on or af- equally correct, prizes will be dLvided equally between 15c; 2a.., 2, We will aow price
15..2te .. ,,.,- % .. 11, allow price.
.. .... 1000 .......... charged for jugs returned to us.
d on or af-' Goods boxed-if des'ed, d 6-15+w m
.......... 1,000 VALUABLE INFORMATION.s ,,ed. -15-wr
ad. on or at- "
r 1,000 To aid in forming your estimate we farnish the official Palka Foudry'andMahM e Works,
d on or af- figures, showing the vote for Governor in each of these S,
........... 1,000 States for the paAt ten years, as well as to give ti.e total OHRS sTANrTON. Proprietor,
od on or at- vote for the three States combined. The total vote for Paat, a.
...... 1,000 i the three States is found in the right-hand column:
)d on or af- Year. oObi.. Mass, Iowa. Total.
... ... 1,000 181......... .795 8321,650 420,212 1,587,401 All kinds of Castings and Patterns made to
d on or af- 1898 ........... 2, 365,012 415,807 1,004.478 order from brass or iron. A modern, up-to-date
1000 1095 .......... O887T,6 828,121 401,345 1,566,932 easna'Iise 0i t best work possible
d on or at,- i 1897..........8"6986 200796 438,292 1,563,073'
d on oraf41,640,67 TURPENTINE, PHOS PHATE AND
.. 1.000 o '1899........... i 459 29,1 413,851 1,640,676 SA M LN
d on or at- 1 1........ _,. W,566 324. 890,489 1,542,581 SAW
......... 1,000 What will b ie total vote for Governor in these three especially so llaea and wil hrecetvo prompt
ad on or af- States combined .on the 8d day of November, 1903? Fig-, boiler or second-hand machinery, It will pay
........... 1,000 ure it out ,tnd send in your estimates. It may mean you to write. --14-su&wam
id on or af- $10,000 in cash to you. .
NOTICE OF ELECTION FOR TRUSTEES
RTIFICATE OF BANK PRESIDENT. FOR SPECIAl. TAk DSTRICTS.
RTIFICATE OF BANK PRESIDENT. For the purpose of electingthree (3) trustees
liShing Association has deposited $40,000 in the Central Savings aankf petroit, theeor and p e etintiree (t t ofniue
ying the primes to those making the nearest correct estimates of the A Ag- next succesedint c(2) ears there ter.
bor in theStates of Ohio,Massathusettsand Iowa, on she 3d dayo ember, elections will be eld n Tuesay, June 1.
no other purpose. -1M, in the tfolofn~ I speeial dtax districts, to-
no.oteurpos. Arredond fo--&isotorS: Ge.o, Smith, D. G.
tfarvard, W. C. Devilllerk.'.or, .
4,"- RocheUe-Inspectors5 T. J. Perry, J. H. Rol
a .liUnk s, A. ,T. Kelley. clerk.
Oak ILaCrosse-Inspeetors: R. R. Joiner, L. F.
Osteen, J. T. Stokes, clerh.
Aroher-inspectors: J. T. Flemlng, F. S.
ription Account Centra a gs3Bank Curlo, oD. Wood, clerki,-'
Mtcanopy-Inspectors: J. D. Watkltns, J. W.
Carter. J, W. Smilth.. clerk.
Godwin -Inspectorst -J. J. Godwin. J. L.
.............. Townsend. M. C. Molntosh. clerk.
Blank for Estimates Without Subscription. Hwt'orn--nspenog. w. s. Moore. H1.
Strinnatellow, T. J.-McRie, elerk.
...... ... (Estimates 15 Cents Each.) Alachua-Inspectors: .W, H. Pope. 0. A.
S" Wlllams, O. M. utch, clerk. .
Waldo-Inspectors: "1, 0; Doane, T. K. God-
N a m e . .. .... .. .... ... ... . .. .. b y, W S Tllil ,,s c le rk. r
.......... ..-Ganesville- inpectors: D. A. Robertson,.J.
iL. Crawford, A Phtfet. clerk.
the 3,States are Potofoe .... ...... ......... ... .. ........ ....... .. troble- Irpectors. WV.Fr. larry. M. M.
Iy-, F. P 1,'"Lder ,on, elerk.
Orange eights ,-C. A. WirVhle, M. Ea. Jomy,
State ... .. ... s ....... ..p. ........... .. R. E. amres, o eerk. "
.... My EsNtinWtesof'vote for Governor in the 3 States are ite, pR-speru s kam D. M.
WgUc S.'tn s. -I.spec. tort: G.. Cable, W., J.
., ,.O...... Omteen. 11. H. -Powell. ,ilrk. .
Cnumpvil--Inspectore: J. A, Maultaby. i E..
.... .. ...... .... Stokes, J. H. Dyes., cl1rk.
........... Tacomw-nspeotors-: F. Matthews, W. C.
SSmith, R. M. Chamberitn. clerk.
S.......... .... .. ..... ...... ....... ..... Newberry-- inspectors: W J. Barry, Arch
i .Averltt. W. H. Tucker, lerlk.
Polls will open at 8 .a. and elose at sunett.
.." .. 1. 11......... .. By order of the iordofr Publie Instruation
Sthis second day .of tay, 19.
Eis a 000, and that th IP are 20 SPECIAL PRIZES of 81,000 each for t r B. WE.s, O. O
*:1,"-;.'.:.' .Attest: W. M. HOL14WIVAY
Send A Orders to THE SUN, Gainesville, Fla. OICEF OR P d WOSt -
_M __.DW.Y_..... V.,_TION.
Land OMica ias vlle,F lia
SNoiceis hereby ten tt t e [olioWl V-
namedmsttler has 1lUe4,JiO e s 14te0Uto
to make ainal ur6t oin suppon of
his clait and that saId oof will be iade be-
fore Register and Rece evet'at s.i6e-Is wa..
T H on July 17, Io. I
JOUN ID RTNGHAM, Propr., i I18 aN a Seon
116 Ifr ,e- the fo ow1J* fStta
Bottle Bhee tnui ld Man orders ill have prompt
I : r ipm i: daorsya andeee'i s ecilLeS
noer.-l -o^^rtwm^o.f ...
IST GUN FIRED
AT LONG BRIDGE
campaign of 1904 Opened in
ATTENDANCE NOT VERY LARGE
candidates for Goveenor, Congress,
P Secretary of State, Etc., Address the
Dear People-Colonel Finley of
Gainesville Creates Impression.
Lake Butler. June 12.-The State
1V and Congressional campaigns were
'1 launched at Long Lridge, near this
place, today, twelve months ahead of
the time predicted just before-Senator
'Crews of Bradford county advertised
:his premature political meeting.
There were not many present at the
noecting 6o far as "*the dear people"
There concerned, but there were many
ldidates for State and Congression-
IP,1he two feature's of th, meeting
r0 the onslaughts upoti corporations
the.announcemin,nat of Colonel S.
*,Finley as a candidate for Coingress.
Senator Crews Presides.
Senator Crews presided, and reJ-
Trred in a complimentary way to th.e
BRtinguished .gentlemen who were
bests of Bradford county. He asked
g presentative Long to introduce the
peakers, and that gentleman acceapt-
4d the honor and fulfilled the duties
witbh grace and eloquent references to
Hon. C. M. Brown, candidate for
.governor, was the flrst speaker. He
*referred to his continued residence in
Mcoala for fifty-six years, and the trials
endnared by himself and father during
ithe Indian war, when they lived in a
Ifort. He said he was a plow-boy and
stood between the handles of the plow
iforyears. Hoe promised, if elected, to
ise his veto power fairly and justly.
e claimed that he was for all the
people, but would.not favor the cor-
orations at the expeAse, of the people.
e said that later he would announce
is platform and would call a spade a
Davis Was Excused.
Hon. R. W. Davis sent a letter which
a read. In this letter lie stated
git his connection with an important
iminal case in Alaehua county kept
S. J.. N. C. Stockton Talks.
J.N. C. Stockton, candidate for U.
Seniiator, was present and spoke at
ngth. He said that the issue in this
STA O BetlTU
KODOL gedtts whkt youoat.1
KODOL aL "; ,
KODOL cleanss. purtfles,
-- 8trengthens und weet-t
ens the stomach.
KODOL cures indigestion, dys-
pupshi, and all stomach
and bowel troubles.
KODOL accelerates (he action of
-.. the ga.tric glands and
gives tone t the digestive organs.
KODOL res n overworked
i ,stomach of all nervous
straln, gives to the heart a full, free
and untrammeled action,, nourishes
tho nerv6iu avatem and foods the
KODOL is the wonderful remedy
S.. -ithat is making so many
sick people well, and weak people
strong by giving to their bodies all of
the nourishment that is contakinod in
the food they elat.
Your Dealer'Can Supply TYe
Bottles only. $1. 0 Size 1holdln A tUmes
the trial size, which &lll for 50Oc.
pKPARsDn o)LT.lo r
S C. DeWITT & CO., CHICAGO
west of the Mississippi. lHe was back.
Finley and. Wright.
S. Y. Falney plead for harmony and
(condenined the anti-corporationh talk.
Said that in order to win all
Demo,.rats must unite arid eease flghta-
Ing among themselves. lie referred
to his record in the war and created a
good impression. Col. Finley was not
well, but spoke eloquently and was
loudly applauded. He may possibly
be a candidate for Congress.
Major A. 0. Wright, candidate for
Congress, was the Mark Twian of the
occasion and confined himself princi.1
pally to relating jokeo at the expense
of the other canddidalas.
NEW MESSENGER SERVICE.
Gainesville Will Enjoy Metropolitan Ad-
vantages in This Direction.
If there is any city in Florida which
has for the past few months come more
rapidly to the front in the matter of
lmpaign was corporations. He claim- modern improvements and L (on-
I that no man could represent the veniences than Gainsvill, no. record
oople of Florida at Washington fairly has been made of the fact. Capitalists
ho had grown rich "on freight who Ihave investigated and manifested
bates. He attacked the Times-Un ion a great doal of coultldlnce in tho, fu--
d other papers which, he said ture of tho city, aro backing their
ore the corporation collar. lHe said I confidence by liberal expenditure -of
Never carried a pass or secured a o
Yvor from a railroad company in his T'lie, latest acquisition in the matterof
eo. modern imnprovenittis is the instailli-
Hon. James Broome, tioni of an electric mouseiiger service,
I-Hot. James Broome, candidate for which is now being Installed by the A.
aretary of State, based his claim for D. T. Company. A force of men was
ce upon his service to Democracy. engaged yesterday in rnining the
Z'said that lie, with Bloxham, Raney, wires, and the system, which will comn-
vidson and Call, had fought for the prise at the beginning fifty boxes. will
zmocracy of Florida In the dark be in operation by the first of the con*,
'y. All the others had been repaid ing week.
that service but he, and. he thought The A. D. T. Company are apparent-
iiad a right to ask the people of ly very liberal In extending the coni
trida for the office which he sought. voniences of this service. No charge is
a referring to Hon. H. Clay Craw- made for the rent of the boxes, which
he was complimentary, but will be installed in any residence or
d that the :only clain that place of business where the rtanage-
Sthmet consistently decides it may be
tiemaan had for the office was that used to advantage. The toll tI Be4
i.fther had held it for years and by messenger service actually jcr.,
t he had twenty years' experience. formed, the price bettig governed .by.
S J. M. Barrs Was Loud. the distance required for the Inmes
M. Barrs, candidate for Congress, e r
ke vigorously. He was so loud that Ladies and Ohilren nvted.
could almost be heard at Lake All lad i, and childri ..ha cannot
tier, four miles away. e s taQ d the shockitg strain oflaxatlve
1.. rups, catharties. ite., are twnrited to
that the people of Florida up., cthartc .tC. are ited t
= his a ,do tr iho Itry the famous Little "Early lt" iers.,
read his platform and that there H I b f U l Early iter.
no need for h to peak. He They are different front all other tptll.
I no need for him to speak. He They do not purge the yte. v,,
to act apon his voluntary sug- a double dose will not gripe, weaken:
ion and sooke for thirty minutes, or sicken ; many pe-o le call them the
uncingg railroads, newspapers and Easy Pill. W. H. HIowell, Houstou
ib o ... Teix., aysnothing better t.n be used
.... F' .":"" for conotipation, tic'k heidadhe, etc.
Frank Clark Makes a Point. Bob AMoore, Lafayette, lad., sy all
ik 0Clark. was the next speaker, others gripe aid sieken, while. DN-
01 4ld'a to meet the people of Wit't.ttle Early iserits do their
fOnd, but.clamted that he wa.s a 1 11 ea ol olfr
r-horws and this tarting tlhe M ou.
ain T 0ear ahea4 ofi tfe would pUt La A
hhim.2 He aid th -three months ata Jua 1il is.
4. to the day of the 1904 pril Notiee n hereby tret nett iii pusau e of
P wou gie hi *ittnUti4.i t frathmet Ut O c Bci OM e? O f0h0:t. o ._
*p he wouid give his platform and uOenerst ] ns1 fl te. nd.r ftew $1 M<3 c
ome down tie tticWk with a full b.rn by b-e- u A<,u U .I. 5iir. V.t,,
tf .eam a hLd give his opponents ri.mde4Mr4 t, twhM.e AI f* 4 < a -oS0r@.!
tht -e0%b i*yz.6Hto.iathtw
a twenty-f(oar years o from towit. 1 I- e1 aab iS. ,4t
.Seq. ,T. I'ii. .. It. .I U L i. ta
4urer Ails ;with Ave eeption *olf.e i desesk, e ilnds *98 *i
l h me Oa & hi n Q d i ai e a a ib.
Iii....; 1t ass,: al,.a..,
Welt Kowo Fl*rldiad Wi Pre pare a
;. $iclor. ..W'Qf $ .,y.
18tt0 iupetintenent hts has ?
(ca''rs 4s part of the qmii0lt% o to pee
par.,a staiidardi course Ot sti ludy' for
hit0h school grades, aS ptovid" d 'or t
the aWt the r(ecento l (lat kre: o
dof.in th gradese4 s of iirthtltStioi whi.(<.
shall be taught itn the uilforitn syteil,
of imublo se'hool of FloridA, a ud to a14.
,,and encoutra'e. tto ietablis.hunet .ntf
.public, high schools and rural graded
schools: Pof. A A. A. Murlh ree, Tal-
lahaAisee. presid4 ft nof the Florid a
State. ctdlegge; Dr.r, T A. 'ralitafiro,
Lake City, president. of ftle U[iversity
of Florida; Prof. A. A. Simpson, Kis-
sitnumWe, sunerilinttudeniit Of the Osceola
Hligh School; Prof. Tom F. McBeat h, l
priicipal of the (eOntrl Granmmar
schooll of Jac'sonville, and editor of
the Florida School Exponent lion. S.
Philips, BrtiAson, Fla., sUlieriitend-
ent of schools of LovS county;
W. N. Holloway, supoerinwulndent of
public instruction, A lachlta 1uojuty;
Miss Maude' Sehwitimneyer, of the Sutlll-
merlin Institute, 1Bartow ; Prof. Hetnry
Eastman Bennett, chief elerk itn the
office of the Atate SoperinteUbti, alitln
editor of the Southern School an d
The above committee vill beo called
tpgether at an early date, and will be-
gin ,the preparation of the court or
study to be adopted in !Ll the schools
LE US CELEBRAT E.
Citizens of Gainesville Should Get To-
gether for Fourth Of July.
As has been suggested before, thel
great national holiday, the l1'ourth of
July, Is approaolhing rapidly, anid our
cltleiin should get together iand ar-
range for celebrating that occasion.
There is ino reason why the day should
not be niade a holiday by thi people,
and the business men lose their re-
spective stores and ofitces for at least
the. afternoon. A gamne of baseball
-might be arranged between iUninvsvillo
and somo other first-class team of tho
State, which would not only afford a
great dearof interest and pleasure to
those who witnessed it, but would go
a long way towards punllng the Otak
Halls through the season.u
The morning could Ie devoted t(o
athletic ggames of various nature,
whipo. would attract not only theIhomte
folks, but would be the means of bring,-
bing people front every sectioui of the
county. This would meant a good
tnoriing's business to the mierehants,
Who would not objecVtto eloiiig stores
theA latter hllf of the day.
.". IT I wrlwtntl
l pMbg'J -*lwiO,t.
ift Si noja3tuep se ,,f w
.t a oul:""p
Sa Bi liing MteiriAl,
.I (l[K~ltlS't'QN,l <,
THE MUNICIPAL BUILDING.
Gainesville Fire department Will Soon
be in its N-Rw Home.
'The'l Gainesvtllle ire delpirttilliet will
eoomi bo in one of thie nost modern
htadquliart.mrs iin tho South, or atny-
whirue else for that iaiitter. Wo.k-
men are now oitaitgetl l on tlie inlSide
finihi ings of th, oleglinut inew lnliiloi-
pal building. They liav. l been busily
engaged for ilho prtts woek oil th> wini-
dows, woodwork and other parts of the
interior, atid within tlte ntxt threo
weeks thee building will be rittltly for
TIhe cuild Iing will ine 1coiilood te eve ry
comillpai olf tlke d(tliartmiolit totmliflrt-
Ably, ianid .will be arranMed niid
equipped ii iti Uiot upl.o-tiote niniiier.
The upper ftciui will be uied ias. tiitr-
tera for th, i t iihiiin atd 1111 Ctliy C otmiil.
oil chaimbor iand city offilta. A first-
cliass reading room fo t h liremttl i will
also prubitbly be o01 of tih feartiurt,
as the city proposes to take are (if the
firoPeIn01 in an appreciative imannir.
laul tIS cure coMstIp t UOn
by agitating the
.bowels, but regular action tnnot be secure until thliW lver
secretes e:ugh bile to make t l mIntshies
execute their natural functions. Unnat' W 0I
a the results,
continual and inlcreasinlg doses to '
an FPver, and every form vt
S. Malaria, Biioui, Remitting and Intr-
r i lfttinh. Fevers, andIby gong to the seat of tlhe
Strouble, works prranlrit oure.'
.FIY Ci NTSPBR EiOTTLrI.
For Sale by Johnson B .ro inesville
For 8ale by Johnson .Brla ille
prai d'. i1 .s u i b n1$Rwe dagerp to baA a
TtI .. little ?:,'wet trwsbj. '". .
t) ;,TiVIIP( frl)1t4, V tabC%?t^t 1 0 8 t e:us alts .r in follow I
derfa s montr, f thod aeior>a^l ay *Ew i.a t)e .ufraIf l I. *4
t. we0t acnd r et o -- hies; chtiad awt h,, btr i h
25 C(NTS ,o LARG sTE
S If yrn 4ta,, sgi4 hoas gt It, wr -t W ao t3h
A M ) rAos / So- P 8 00 ".7/ of0r, 4
~4)yY----C'-yi --_-r---l-i----- i--- --
l) i4iw Se i*tr~etii v g ttS" titni x stE ,usofittt s
tireltiwitsbMliat1t% ;littO i ') I. ti l twft i
fpjti nrleues i
W* 0 Aa .'' o
Wtloiwttnbt <; t l* r**:
Sash, Weights, Cord, Hardware
E. M. HACMER, Pro rietor
-4V4NN44 .-r IiE --
* SUMMER NORMAL. (S)ANG
, IN 4,004,* 4 4,, SPIt INGS.
NORMAL INSTI'TUTi will open on
Monday, June 8, fur't,th fourth sunt-
nmer torml, lmind ontint1 i1twelve woeks.
Full norinal and icomnrierolal work car-
ried. For liutrtihulars addr~sa J. I:t
BRINSON, GainAhville, Vla.
siECiAL MAS lQ'y 8 AI.l.
muiter itAd by Ivrtlieo 4f eoree or foreolo01
tn.mirietiit id rn'de'ed on t0e162th diy of July,
I1I, tla1 t.helodlt Oiy of Seitteibiibor, i lO10 Yre-
NJ Iolv lv, b uy tlie Jdieo oft thel Utrotuit Coirt
of. Vlorlita, i. antid for Aliuki t citlcuntv. in a4
olinovery oaiiue theorti inilnt, wlieroln
Ju lia i Pultt in)t. ,4 1,i t lnFlittuwrlx with tie
will anniiex of tho estatet r WVihimu A. 001-
hltnt;!h, (3icioltasli, Wikt cO uilialnlilit, attd Jaimine
It lilanA t enry yttUtlon wime rte einduattit. I.
aIs Hipo0 1l l oiistC.ri. in biloery' &i, i tltltl ud .for
th .i irupottu,' wlilttell ait p ublli lAltl, for oiimbh,
to th lii ifi.h, 1+010'rf t t t tiurt honR (ltaor
of Amid A 11to,~i1t 0Ou1iit4yiv 1 thie olty ot( t liitm-
v ule, O 4Mttl1ty, ti (itli ttty ofit July. iwa,
lat weoin tho I1l111 hours of fIt4o, till Mt004o lt01,
tir tN andiulioro lmoI t ln iitsl ll mi iti n iHWinu Uto ld
Aloiili ouuty l tit orlbed as rfolliows 'l'tI
w 4 0of Sw4, ih. Nwtki of t tlt NorI
Neo' ot Sc1 .4 the N w-4 o No'fs, thu Nw t4of
1e,0." tihe o t4t oNoi., tlho .i if Nto 1-4,
thte Nw 1-4 of 0 0-, t-lho Nw -I )of Nw 1-4,
thlo' 1-4 o 1W I 'I. thi No 1-i I-I of No I.-. till In
Sttlion It f' t l; tU1 i alo No l-i of Nw ,14,
h w 1-4 of NI 1 o L NW IMt, t oh .A1 ri Nw 1.1. t e,
Nw 1-4 ofl w I. Ote STw I-i of Nw mi-, the
Nol 1- tlf Kw I--,-tJoe. 1 4I't I-of Sw !-I, iutulit ih
ho 1-I of 10o I-4, l0 i .'iSeot.ilo i, 'T ,, i, it 1i
toei, thm ~"Ith tivl tini sliiwiilir the tr liha u ital,t,
lhu r (tllt l 1tn1itl 11it4 ii t ili't.it J 1t 10s I. 1 t 11u li mS
t,,;l)iintflrt o' 0 1 t ftilti'i l tili ', u l.thi Iliil to ibe
mold to sltsuify iit qul uttiu'r n to 4 f-troltute r.
lii!,t a i .Mit n t'tr li mutiiloiury.
N(tRt,. W't, AwPPwI'ATION Vot TAX
D.11100 U.Ni)ilt.-,CTION O" F.]HIA11m11
49 ,j.,AVV O1r I'L1.,I IuA.
N t -i Io I hereohy ilvoi thatt Mary (C lItown.
m ,ld tiorllt li 1 V o1 I, lillt i ah t ls
tiitlt-ihlli torti, iiltim l d to Ii tl at h itu (iun',rliimjoe
i low lbt <~t riutll!lt 'ijirbl y ltlutvttui I n A lit litt
oiin tiy. Flilin'lit, wt(;
,S Il-.l itf f wv 1 Sci ti ,ip 1, II. it. IN 0-11OlOs.
Wloh)i, ts hrtl lt nit i1 ii tit Ptlil dltl o 4 f
rihitd ll(> ItO ')tqiemitcl ,tetetitdllTtf t-:o law, tiat Oloce
will toouic tilet'oili oe ttl l th i dnuy y t J0t ly.0
A, L), uitst.
W Il.nii'vijiy o |it hit l ta hitnure ri>1 st iil tlls
ti h l< I st duy of Jlttn A, i.I11.
iH. I, IulfNIJN ,
CIloiri "iroult -t'mirt lsio ilk Cunlty.l i n'I.
It.r i Ht i W t101 slt. 0.V (J.
NO!'tl'i1 t0t0' AIl'L(IOATION V lt TrAX
1.5) UlNISIt H1 .'.CTON i f0V C'lAlv"Blt
1SM., LAWSi Off S'IA)IU.)A.
lilt tduu o .u.v, Anit Ui) i, h i i lifitl~tO t Oi i rttll"
('Cit In ray t sisut, inii snfgtri*, uain'i tlon ort
t ux tJed ti ltul i ritt eor sallite lWIith liw, t ll
!te.tilth;itt C1uliriMlo f thle olowlirn1 tlwsarlbl4
(riioptHt y stuit tti,,.i lat A'ltUfl& 410utIty, bi'hllds,
Nw'4 or ye1,4 ioss4'anros, Heo; 20. "i'i, lt. \R.
Tho lai tilitlad beftei, ntjmmeood in the atdte Of
tIdiall tie rdo00"1 oourntdf laW ta1w, la u14
wll Itin lih tlrtnil 9ei e th0 ttlo hay Yof Ju.ue,
my o#1lt1i otnioutra ud teul itob
thio I4ithi d.1 of Mo1y, A A. 1 )9- "1
.'.*' I, 0. l>(fTl ir, ..
(lerk C'iroult Qiurt Aliluitut0 Un.t4ly, tForlif,
Per Pt f11, W1isnok I)f,.m-
Noi.ete It ioolrelby itv(it haltt t0 .the II h
ouifA Ju O^ bu ittF uo ytY, torhia. l
rstitlon, for 19 tKJ litiud iitithOiy tL tu4ill, at 0m1-
vote mltl, tihe fto owlOrist aleerllil Inlsaste l log
artS) etirnt hl$ tii tW
MMrld t~ulrit~llrt dirbtrit l) ls follows t!wit:
"Wn (iof ti wNw ot tie oN^ tih WMO!f
lile, ties Of -tie NitS the Wf f < thtit Ni!u miid
the N.i4 of thei HW1 21. TrOw, ni*iiV, H-otIb,. of Itoiats i,. feiaStt, sott-
tjfinlit 70 sores, more or lhe..
,hMAItY S. iKci*.KH
SOI'(rW< awtli Ag-Uttier t ler, .
f":., t. (.'(iXM, i.etttthsr'e AMttrmny.
Thbs toMi aftu A. I 5..
Al)M TRLATM' YflC.V \
?'Fotioe is Iwratpy ellvte tbi ailtx No~tI efle.'
lbs Ores ssabkirnt jleub ta 1 ads aront after
th4 eistut of +, ..P.'tweiJ- *decew4. wil
.tB~ilttf.io tt iift. lnttty Jtlwpw ol Ait(Ju*
you1 tw ia 4 .. W i .* of Ii iI )
Janusryl, *W15. '
Af~IIHT*Mi l AL^ )r fV),IV, .
tNsir v1-wc -
t inb 7 .. 1 J Sgg,,t. S mI* q.
. .. I
1MAN t1N4 THE CASE
Storer+t. Al", T ci d a b i s
a ret W lk Act it a reminder
o Sf "ie $te4 for a Whiloe-Thomas
Nw bn t Jail"
T'a Lochloosa excursion, as o all
it on o"cas6inIii, did not trarnspire
iEtbS t disorder. This occasion seems
"U rto whici negroes of an in-
or carter lok with great intey-
st. 'While tho functions aro patron-
ised by a great many of high.elass, it-
is nevertheless noticeable that just
enough commono n niggers" aecompany
S the exotrion to make things extreme-
ly: dlsargeeable to those who are peace-
,The vietiiis of Thursday'li excurathon
number three, but. this is remarkably
light. ..The casualties usually pile up
from seven to ten, but the aggregation
f .bull-dozers yesterday were fewer
:... than usual ': .
The picnic passed off as enjoyably
as one could have de sired until the ex-
,: urionifts boarded the train at Loch-
.looa on the return home. It appears
that Minlne Streets sat down in a seat
ocp4 : by Job nson,., when. the two
became engaged in conversation which
Looked: to Thomas, who "wasp a
Di'^.- -"ree .4litletos awe*et to be palatable.
S Dis gal tm ,-mine," remarked.
Tho as, approach i ng the pair. "Whut
u ean, nilggab. by leaviatin' de con-
tectioa ob dis l44V"
S"Di man aint- )leavJa-in' no confec-
ioi;," lchimed li Minnie, who appeared
defiant in: the. miate.r. "'Dis am er
yaller man an' I likes 'imn."
S "I'l fix yer bp h so you'll be okeered
or yerse'f/' ejaculated the jealous and
4 defiant Tbomas, as he proceeded to
S lean out the whole ear., with the re-
sult that both.men were pt severely in
the face, and the woman was stabbed
in the fracas. .
Johnson made his escape, but Thom-
S a and the woman were plceed under
arrest by Deputy Sheriff Riles and
S brought to thi eity. The woman was
taken to her home, while Thomas re-
S v : ed surgical attention from Dr. Me-
4 Iver, when he was taken to jail.
His Last Hope Realized.
row tbe SCe.inel. debo, Mont.]
In the first opening of Oklahoma to
S .settlers in 1889, the editor of this pa-
per was among the many seekers after
-fortune who made the big race one fine
a.., in April. During his traveling
r ,, i about and afterwards his camping upon
his claim, he encountered much bad
water, which, together with the severe
eat, gave him a very severe diarrhoea
Shilh it seemed almost impossible to
1 heok. and along in June the case be-
a...- me so bad he expected to die. One
.,day one of his neighbors brought him
2'. 0n.e small bottle of ChOiamberlaij's
S::..olio, Oholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
:.ass a last hope. 'A bi dose was given
h im wile he w.s rol ing about on the
ground in great. agony, neil iin a fw
minutes the dose was repeated. T]he
Sgood effect of the medicine wSa 8oo0
noticed and within an hour the patient
:...waS taking -his first Bosed sleep for a
;.fortnight. That one little bottle work-
ed a complete ure, and he cannot hel
Sbut feel Rrateful. The season for bow-
disorders being at hand suggest
n this item. For sale by all druggisot
S;..and medicine dealers.
:i.:..: SAWS ARE STARTED.
!.Kelley-McDonald *-Lumber Company
i :WI Gt Down to Business.
fter ong delay in set ting and ad
stiwtg io hiuery, the big saw at thi
il a~ e Kelley-McDpnald Lumboi
CmpFap~ 4as at ist bee started, and
8 IAho' tlhno the company will b1
tooling tmber at. the rate of about
49 vnein g department h
as hi .. bse in operation for e.
d has been iept coi tl
k m iltUi,. is sUtiolent. t- keep thi
mph oo et tyengage, and then i
W '4liou nmt ter to fl.0 the orders
Titepy' Is the r in the coin
d oMe of the most modern in th
t, ad a great help com iroiall
Inslow's oothIn tyup hain
0'ed by ehlldreu whit teething
$^ta 4hId. s( the gums
f; My nd i was fgehatly outn d V. wa n *4o is li loi Ih A no.t #v r Qy the news- GainuesviIle W ill be S coun
-Mrs : 'A. Mc A 0 V sas sled a two- l OVER
T t bes o- special eetins with the titothe grat med-
.The trouble is yOur$ 1til fe l in ae ovdee. Al- a of the County Qommissionere I
4doesnt havs cglife nOUgh. thogh iUls ,s "onlrdered tobe on of c ed | yr raof Good Roads 'Association. Wi:o
Act prompty Save your e wiked towns n tiana, ti resarcb Come to Talk Over One of Sthe M
r itrded hoAd large ud es fom D Ki the
hair. Feed it with Ayer'i the openitg service. MemIbit of all ...ent kidny and blad. Important Questions in Florida.i'
Hair Vipgor If the grayu churbea s have floked to e thi elo- wondefully unless i tyap rlnxy The time is approaching :'wh':i
u power gope preacher ckd bladder ric acid tro Gainesville wll have the honor
hairs are cginning t The town has never exeeeed any- bles and Erigt's Isease,whichls the worst tertainingoneof the most intellige
S show, Ayer's Hair Vgo hi ike the een wkeing. r. S -Rootis notre areaon ever winced
Rigi rr on andthe result of tshe meet- oitmcndedforeverythngbutifyouhavekid- cty, anda gathering whichis dest
t wil rasutore c6 COl O ingve Jgare the topics of conversationn on ney, river or bladder trouble It will be found to mean a great deal to the people ~f,
Mr.' -ti a abmfe. -Ail anm everyband. Jttheremedyyouned.. Ithaasbeen tested the State. This aggregation will) com
--eores. professed -oVersion, many in so many ways, in hospital work in private praise more than one hund red delegate
b on e oar h l bineephnmn among t ilaj'p...u.r" from the County Conmissioners a*d
if e +i ,'r ,, *+:* o.pf; our.drleading bus inss among emse rlIef1an
tiethe number. oung and old have ae that ecal arrangement has Good Roada Association of Floridar ''
SoAtitC owfl, bieeni reached and the men Are joining becn made by which all readersof this paper who will come from every se
Sdfistrs have already cured thirty- telling more about Swamp-Rot and how to o constructing hard roads.
IN THE .CIRCUIT OU Tr seven .members. The. old mermbers findout tfyouhavekdneyorbleddertrouble.- No. question can interest the people?
s-peak of ihe meeting a a "oldtie Whn writing mention readrhis generous of Florida more at this season thanl
offerea thispaper and"
Second Day Passed Very Quietly Wih revival.", send yours address. the good roads question. Without r.-'
Only Three Cases DisposedO The town has ten saloons paying one Dr. Kilmer & o.Ing gad to avocation, profession, financial
The second day of the specala ternm thousand dollars license each. The hiUminton.,N, Y., The stanhl.,, the people should be as
of the circuit court pawed oft very owners of the leading saloon, with r !ar fifty cent and oms -aoo.~ unit for gqpd roads, for every onei 'is
quietly, only three cases being disposed twice the business of any other, have ss ar solby ll todri benefited dietly or indirectly
of. ", been converted. They have torn out Don't make any mistake, but remem r Chairman H. W. Loeg of the asso-.'
The court was called to order at 9 the lfitures,elosed aout liquor, forfeit- her the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil- ciation'has sent ont the following le -a.
o clock, His Honor Judge Wills pr, ed their lne an joined the church. mer's Swamp-Root, and the address, ter, which papers throughout the
siding. The .bl. conlne" Is. W'k.ed. 3inghamton. N. Y., on everybottle. State are equested to publish :
In thcase of the State vs. Haes The meeting .r men onily broght "-- ---- -----"- "There being in the minds of the
Hayes, assault with intent to murder, togethrat r of men r. IN THE MAYOR'S COURT. delegates to the County Commission-
fendant for assault and htktery, purity and tempeanee. At the Two Negro Women Became Engaged Florida, which is to convenein Gaines-
In the ease of the State vs. Mitchell lose of the lecture 1h. asked every in Altercation Over Man. ville June 16, 190, some uncertainty
Rogers, upon a .harge of assault and mnan who would pledge himself becausee Julla Mickena and Martha as to the hour of meeting,. 1 herebyan-
battery, the jury returned a verdict before God to. do all ,lnf his power .tickens got into an altercation over a ounce for the benefit of all parties ia-
against the defendant. .to id thm coniuuityo( .t e open sa- man yesterday, with the result that-, terested, that the first session of the
The ause of State vs. Wm. B. looon to stand up. So great wasihe Martha was lashed with a Barlow convention will beheld after the ar-
Thwaite, larceny of a domestic animal, conviction that every man, save four, knife until her face resembled a rare rival of the last train in Gainesville,
was nol pressed, owing to the death of arose. Dr. Stroune then prayed a sol-. Hamburger sleak, they must appear the 16th inst., the hour of meeting to
the prosecuting witness. Court ad- enn prayer, asking God to registe'the before His Honor Mayor Thomas to- be '-fixed by the local authorities of
journed until o'clock this morning, vows made. He then took from his day and tell just how it happened. gGainesville. The convention will ad-
Kodol Gives Strength pocket a petition asking for a prolhibi It is alleged that the husband of journ Thursday morning, and as a
ytion election, saying that all could Julia was not toting as fair as a hus- body are respectfully invited to visit
by enabling the digestive organs to di- commence to fulfill their solemn vow band should with his wife, and that and inspect the workings of the differ-
gest, assimilate and transform alt of by signing it immediately. They all the Mickens woman, with her coquet- ent kinds of improved road machinery
the wholesome food that may be eaten signed amid continued applause. This tish manner which evidenced the fact in operation in Marion county near
into the kind of blood that nourishes petition represents a large majority in that she was "struck," alleviated the Ocala. H. W. LoNo, Ohairman."
the nerves, feeds' the tissues, hardens the town anthe town and the parih will surely be affections of Julia. The couple, it is --------
the muscles and recuperates the or- carried. Whiskey, which has been the said, have been accustomed to stroll in MEETING PLACE CHANGED.
gans of the entire body. Kodol Dys- curse of this community for years, is the moonlight and other places to-
pepsia Cure cures Indigestion, Dys- downed and mustgo. gether. Julia caught on to the propo- Good Roads Convention Will be Held
pepsia, Catarrh of the 'Stomaci and all Dr. Strouse has gone to fill other en- sition, and resolved to follow them. in Public School Auditorium.
stomach disorder. Sold by Bodiford gagements in this State, after which Her efforts were finally rewarded, Owing to the fact that the circuit,
ho goes to address theChristian Work- when she came directly upon the court will be in session in this city dur-
THE NEWS FROM BELL. era' Convention which meets in couple sitting under a huge oak and ing this week, it has been decided to
Chicago. He will be urged to return enjoying the bliss which only lovers hold the convention of the County
Farmers Badly in Need of Rhin-First here soon. know and appreciate, Commissioners and Good Roads Asso-
Watermelons of the Season. Hot Weather Weakness. Julia was prepared. She had a ciation in the Auditorium of the
Bell, June 10.-Bell is a dry town If you feel fagged out, listless and weapon iu the form of a rusty Barlow, Gaineaville Graded and High School,
now. It is dry from the result of Lhe lacking in energy, you are perhaps but she used it to perfection, as she instead of the court house, as was
election and need of rain. offering from the debilitating effects proceeded to slice Martha's counte- originally intended.
J. J. Parrish has just returned from of summer weather. These symptoms ance wih the same conscience of a I As has been stated before, the con-
the Central City and reports every- indicate that a toni is needed that railroad restaurant man doing a turn vention will be called toorder Tuesday
thing getting along nicely, will create a healthy appetite, make on a railroad sandwich. evening, the 16th inst., at 7:45 o'clock.
W. .Love of Jennings Lake was in digestion perfect, regulate the bowels It is said that Martha is in a hard The meeting will be a public one, and
town today on business. a i and nipnrt. natural activity to the way of recuperatiorn' but she will prob- every one, especially the,country peo-
-own t a Sonledastentotea lvrThi businelo;ther',habv y
G.r.tSotoloid a student of Uthelaw toic, l sie re so itv a ably be enabled to attend the court pie, are cordially invited to attend the
department ofld John B, Stetson Un Freegard, Propr. Grand View Hotel, this afternoona, when the facts in the convention. Chairman Thomas of the
versity, is home and will spend the va- Oheney, Kan., writes: 'I have used ease as faras the parties interested can Board of County Commissioners stated
cation with his parents. He says Stet- Herbime for the past twelve years, and tell them will be straightened out. yesterday that i Hon. W. L. Palmer of
son Universityhas just closedoneof nothing on eartheanbeat it. It was -Orlmdo, o of te most earnest road
son University ha just closed o recommended to me by Dr, Newton, Do You Enjoy What You Eat? on
New -, K..... ho If you don't -yoUr food does not do you through the influence of whom Orange
there. M mu-. oo. l DsppY,
Louis & Soofleld have several hun- iADE A CONTRACT. much gooId. Kodo Dyspepsia Cure is ,,,lany received her excellent roads,
dred cro ties piled up wii o the remedy that every one should take v ,ll arrive Wednesday and deliver an
red cross ties pile waiting for Success Ice Company Will Assist in when there is anything wrog with iress on the road subject. He is
Th youn people of th townen- icing Refrigerator-Cars, the stomach, There is no way to of ., of the best posted men on that
SoyedT a social ata the hom to of Mr. and The Sugcegs le Ompany iced four maintain health and strength of mind ;ilt, and it is estimated that his re-
Mrse. Will iams last, W ne ody nihr.n refrigerator cars yesterday, which .is and lody except by nourishment. i. rks will prove of great benefit to
SF. r. aJonegs has plaeodon mark he virtually thie first of the season with There is no way to nourish except thse who hear him. A number of
r.tterlns aof n s art.the that company. Acar was iced by the through the stomach. The stomach prominent speakers from other sec-
Irst watr ns -. s.. company a few days ago as an expert must be kept healthy, pure and sweet tions of the State will also deliver ad-
A Serious Mistake, ment with thie new process ice made:or .the strength will be let down and dresses.
y E.- DeWitt & Co. is the name of the by the Success,, and after standing disease will set up.. No appetite, loss .
lrm who make the, genuine Witch more than forty-eight hours, officials of strength, nervousness, headache, Constipated Bowels.
- Ilazel Salve. Dl)Witt's is the Witch of the refrigerator line- declared the constipation, bad breath, sour risings, To have good health, the body should
SHnzol Salvte that heals without lear. same to be of exceptional. lasting rifting, ndigestion, dyspepsia and all be kept in 'a laxative condition, and
stomach, roubles are quickly*c-ured by the -bowels moved at least once a day,
r ing a scar. It is a serious mistake to qualities and entered into a contract. at least once a day
r i asa. isaerosm ae a the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cuire. Sold so that all the poisonous-wastes are
Susoeany other. DeWitt.'s Witch hlazel This is quite a victory for theSuc- by ol Bodiford M & e ollum. oison wae ar
SSalve cures blind, blooding, itching cess Ice Company, who make their 14peeddil. Main Mr. L. Wihita, Kansards,
tad prordig kiles, brs, br iss, product by what is~Iown as tho cot I. A. M. E. CONFERENCE. writes: "Ihave uedHerbine reg-
odird Mcollu kinissesSoldby pressed..proess. The refrigerator peo- -- --- late the liver and bowels for -the pas t
1 Compliment to Young Lady. diced by manufactuiert -of tthe eoi- ficers Are Meeting Here. edy 60' at Johnson Bros.
i leng. itis clalredI ..oa.ki .-.r.e"-Tgegat-i....onofromntf
S Miss IEthel McIlvaine of this city has doneed process, have looked Wupon the The dsterit conferenceor the I. A Wil Clebrate the Fourth.
1 the right to feel happy. She was one compressed article with esome uapi- M. E. church of Tampa District, col- A e ebratetie F o a a.
s of the forty-six applicants for a second oion 'but they -areobecome confined ored, convened. in this city Thursday thatthe good-people 'ofNorthi Gaine-
, grade certilioate it the recent exanuiQ- that theyweralaboring undr a flse afternoon, and a large number of vill an teach Gaimeslle foks
t nation o teacher, and didherself the ipresson. .promnentpredig.elders, ministers thi w The rea
. creditof comlig out with trighet A sp id em y aod hehworkets are in attendance.. gn rrangees to e th
ou "h t A i -Rme-.t. Rev.ishopL0niax a preachers to
i general average. *The numerous Neuralgi paias, rheumatism, lum.r- R snationalhlid
Sfrieds of the young lady are etend- bago and sciato pains yield to the great force and ability, will preside grad iia a
Scogratulation petratng uece Balardsdrigte ession, and the program grand pi atogtown oreek, ad a
S .....Chamberai's Coli era and ..ow ime It p trats to th promise to inresti e. an god thie and plentyof ereshmeitd.
Diarrhoea Remedy nerves and bone, aid bedl absorbed TaI on Bab&s. -t Br Bun uc
Is everywhere recogniZed as the one into the blood, its eating properties ExtrOeme hot weather is a great- tax t ,a d Bu Quickly
remedy that can always be d d areonydto er artofthebody uponthe digestive power .of bables Healed
Suponabd thatnis plweas.t td effee w Il i when pnay and feeble they should be hambrlain' Pain Baim is a anti-
[. uponad that is+ pleasant to take.' it its .D, F. Moore, F illnois Oraetral-
especially valuable for simmer diar. Railway, Milan states:"ha ivena few doses of WVi te's Oream septi linentiSadwhen applied tIo
r oes'ins children l s undoubtedly use- Ballard'' S am Liniment for Vtrmtifge, the children'* tone. It 4utA, bruises and burns, causes th
0 he moans aof saving the lives of a rhoumatism:n .boasohe etc., in lmy will- -stimulate atd fita i t he ,L to heal withoutt matuataon ald .,much
R a childen each ;eA'v'""**<'ar. --l'otk ms I. a t tl tan by ksJs) 4reatm
0urr Q, a : ,ted a~.; th p at Of i,' e'. 'Ti ri t
AND QUEEN OF t nt
On The tragedy o( t,. l" C at Bel.
W DI Q A A A L||r A grade, markiag the gt of he roe
wIlUD AnC O lutlins whibc have convulsed 0rvia
S from time to tihe during the past ei,
tury, ts not regarded* In l1a imatl
Snated I Rnoyal Palace ci'cles t London Mkieeiy to lIea4 4
Sat Belgrade, civil war. .Strews 1i lad on the .an
S __ Bpopurlarityt of KIng Alelandet eait hp
tEVOLUTION Is RAMPANT. marriage to Queen Draa. Ki.pfg Ale
EVOLUTION RAMPA nder's sceeor, Peer Kar
V lItch, is a a-t4n-lw. of .the PI' e ofe
ideas the King and Queen Other r aul I '-&ntaa, r'":,e Han
g Royal Persons and Government Of.
Sflala Are Assassinated and Kara.
georgevitch Is Proclaimed King.
S': Belgrade, Servia, June 12.--A mill.
try revolution broke out here last
S h. The troops, who revolted un-
i5 the le adershLp of Major Angi.
I^ vics, surrounded tho palace, astis-
.annated. King Alexander, Queen Dra-
ga, the latter's sister, the queen's
brother, Nikodem; Premier Marko-
'itch and Tudorovics, General Parlo-
S*ditch, the former nlnlsto.r of war, and
SSome of the members of the royal
guard. Prince Karageorgritch was
A new government was formed nd
tbo following proclamation was Issued:
j' "To the Sorvian people: Last night
the king and. queen were shot. In
this grave and fateful moment
friends of the Fatherland have corn-
!: Wbined to form a new government.
K While the government makes this an-
t ouncement to the people, It is an-
Sounced that the Servian people will
-gacther round and lend It their aid, to
-malntain order and security through-
out the land,
"oThe government hereby makes
unown that from today the constitu-
tion of Aiprll 6, 1901, comes In force.
A meeting of the national representa-
tives dissolved by the proclamation
of March 24 is summoned to :meet at
Belgrade June. 15. (Signed) Jovan
Avakumovies, premier. Liubonur Kal-
levies, "foreign minister; Stojaun Pro-
tics, minister of the interior; George
senshics, minister of commerce; G-en-
ersl Jorvan AlanvioUvies, minister of
war; Vobislay Velikovics, minister of
finance; lonel., Alexan der Machin,
minister of public workA; Ljoubimir
Chickovees, minister of justice."
The streets- are thronged with peo-
ple whose actions seem to approve the
coup d'etat, M. Protics, the new min-
Ister of the Interior, was loudly cheer-
ed as hie d.rve to the ministry.
M. Avakumnovlics,. new premier, be-
v. longs to the Independent Liberal par-
As the morning advanced, the ex-
citement ae the streets grew steadily.
In spiti of the pouring rain thousands
of people gathered in the vicinity of
the palace. Everywhere troops of all
arm* were posted and: field guns were
placed in positions to quickly deal
with any opposition to the newly-
formed government's will. The sol-
d1ers discarded their cocSades. bearing
the late King Alexander's cipher, and
substituted for it flowers, green twigs
Bands of young men paraded the
streets waving flags and shouting:
"Long live Karageorgevitch!"
Flags are flying from nearly every
house In Belgrade, and there is abso-
lutely no display whatever of crepe
or other signs of mourning. The
royal standard has been lowered from
over the palace. Reports from places
.oigtside Belgrade indicate, that the
e: untry accepts the OberniVitch over-
|throw without regret. ,
CAUSES LEADING TO REVOLT.
People Dissatisfied With Alexander's
London, June 12.-The Servian mrn-
aister said there were many causes
leading to the revolution. A larg5
section of the people were greatly d4d
-.tisfled with the tendency of Khig
Alexander to eliminate the radical el.
ement and the contention to appoint
SQutteen Draga'a brother, lInnjevitza,
beir apparent. In addition to this the
queen wi disliked by the people who
were also intensely outraged at the
recent suspension of the constitutio.i,
The mister did not anticipate that
the changes would resut in internec-
ine strife or In any real dangers 'to
the country. He pointed out that the
original Karagorvitch was not a
.prince, .He was a rich swine owner.
-The father of the new Idng was made
. prince in l,4..
h ;e mdnlster also related a curious
Incident. fle said that a month ago
bt was present at a clarivorant's *e-
ance at witch a letter written by thsb
imTurdered RIng was handed to the
elaltrvoyait, -who imm ediately becanm.x
rvi ,atly' agitated, ..procl.imed that
11int Alexamt$r -onid be sasaa netted
Svery hortly:and. even -depicted thf
w scene wh.lh Ispeear. to rv been e
nmost aceeptabJIe to the p e,,
The universal anxiety ot the oversm
ments of Europe for peace Io adOvance
as a reason why the servisa.elt iatton
Is not likely to lead to conpltcajtont
Should, however, these unexptelly
arise, official circles think an Austro
Hugnartan army will tmmediatell
march into Servia and restore order.
This eventuality, however, it co id-
eted improbable. .
PARIS EXCITED AT NEWS.
Assasinatlon Creates .Senwation In
Paris, June 12.-The startling an-
nouncement of the assa.lnati&n of the,
king- and queen of Servia caused a.
great sensation here, partlcUlayly in,
governmental circles. The foreign
office received early, advices from the
French minister at Bolgrade, confirm-
ing the 'Belgiade press dispatches, and
adding that the city was comparative-
ly quiet this morning, the people
seenrlag to accept the proclamation
of Prince Karageorgevitch as Ictng,
Foroignt Minister Delcasse communti
coated his advices to President Imubet.
Officials of the foreign office rsay it
Is too soon to indicate clearly the ef-
fect of the situation of the Servian
Servla's dynastic troubles have been
long impending, the present upriang
being due to the trouble growing out'
of the nronaganda of. the nretender.
An, Invi" le ;Enemy Health I
Malaria p A invisible atpo0phetie oisone. Th air becomes infee.
ted with ttle ases and mietobes aing from the marshes and low lands,
damp cellars, sewer pipes, badly ventilated houses and decaying vegeta,
ble matter, and we unconsciously inhale them into the luugs, when
they are taken Up by the blood and circulated throughout the system,.
Malaria gives no warning of its coming; no immediate effects are
seen, and no violent symptoms appear until the unfortunate sufferer is
completely at the mercy of this bidden foe. This invisible enemy may
be following us night and day, but often the first intimation we have of
its presence :is a chilly, creepy sensation running over the body,
sometimes followed by a slight fever, and an always tired, 4rowsy and
depressed feeling. ,The blood soon becomes deeply poisoned, thinned
and weakened by rthe teeming millions of microbes and germs, and an
irregular,-slow circulation is the result. This condition of the
blood gives rise to innumerable and serious troubles: torpid liver,
enlargement of the spleen, loss of appetite and feeble digestion, a
pallid or yellow skin, boils, carbuncles, abscesses, inudolent ulcers,' 1
\ and pustular and
L' o stiVl,l, KY., March ,26th, tg9oa
Por several years I suffered with Chills and Fever, scabby skiu .rup-
caused by Malaria in my system, and each summer for tons of various ;:,.
severalyears I wouldrelape. ri.nallymyphysitan pre- kinds, are Commton symptoms of malaria.
scribed S. 8. S. In all, I took three bottles, and they Frequently the health becomes. so impaired,
entirely cured me, and I have never been troubled since. and such a lifeless condition ensues that the
I amt sure no other medicine could have given mne so
complete and immediate relief, and I cannot speak too person loses interest in his Surroudings tnd
highly of $. 8. 8. My partner in business is now taking taith in all ,hunatt rentedies. Malaria, if
S. '. 8. for an eruptottof the skin and general rundown allowed*to remain in the system, lays the foun-
condition of his system, and though e bhas taken but dation for other diseases that very often prove
one bottle, already meinenc.e to feel better. fatal or permane&tly wreck the health.
931 West Market" St I8 IAPOQP. a r t f
Malara can only be worked out of the
Karageorgevit'ch. It is recalled that system through the blood, and a remedy that can destroy the germs and microbes and
when the Karageorgewitch dynasty se- neutralize the bad effects of the poison offers the only hope of a cure, and the only medicine
powers Intervened and8 estblished a that can accomplish this is S. S. S., which not only purges the blood of all morbid, unhelcalthy
protectorate and thus terminated that matter, but keeps it pure and healthy. It searches out and destroys every trace of Malarial
dynasty. hether there will be sAm- poison, and keeps the blood in such a vigorous condition that poisonous matters of .no kind
Scion of tha e w erse te dit. ime are allowed to accumulate, but are promptly expelled from the system.
During the spring is an opportune time to begin the fight against this invisible enemy,
Roosevelt is Shocked. for the hot, sultry summer days will cause the germs to multiply and still further impov.
Harrisburg, Pa., June 12.-Presiden erish the blood and weaken the constitution, and now more than ever the Malaria sufferer
Roosevelt's train passed through tus ens"
city at 10 o'clock today. There w needs a good blood purifier and bracing tonic.
a small crowd at the station to greet COrS Of S. S. S. at this pticlarW SCaSOn will
him The president was informed by relieveyoof Mala and its ttendat evil, reinforce
a representative of the Associated yr.'te c
Press of the assassination of the king and build up the system, pttrify and strengthen tlhd M.iug-
and queen of Servia, and was greatly blood and quicken the circulation, when the appetite
shocked, saying: "That bad." d digsi mprove and all the vital powers rapidly
Karageorgevitch Astonished at News. recuperate under the invigorating tonic influence of thus
Geneva, June 12.-Prince Peter Kar- great yegetable remedy.. Its freedom from all minerals imakles it the ideal remedy in all
ageorgevitch. who has been living Malariaf troubles and perfectly adapted to the most delicate coinstitutionls.
here for some time appeared to be .
greatly astonished as, the news from I If you have any symptoms of Malaral poison, write its abott it, aiid our Physicians wll
Belgrade which, he said, he only learn-. take up your case and advise you without char., ok on Blood and Ski Disea:ses, free.
ed through a private telegram from yo r th c i r-'m" CMaC L40i A. ,A
IT WASO T WAE
CLOUDBURST PREVENT CRISIS. .j I 7 DS,
Great Rainstor Jnen---- r The Negro Killed Was a Bad Character
Great Rainstorm Dampens Ardor oi and Was Shot at Clark. q f1 i i L UL,
Armed Strikers. .and Was Shot at Clark.
Phenix, Arz., June 12.-A cloud. "'Another Killing at Wudo" is the
burst has Intervened to prevent a cri. heading of an article published in your OalIitSlv 1 i Id Ocala Fla.
ais in the strike at Morencia, where valuable paper of June 10th.
a thousand armed men are threaten. Above n
A report has reached here that the heard of any killin-g ei 4o te r i" tir 5
great rainstorm which infindated Mo- o
rencia and neigh-boring camps Tuesltow '.'or avg tie, earlyy two y ear ,
.lme above tragedy happ0ued at Clark,
day night and drowned ine men, rk,
dampened the ardor of the strlkerl Itwo niles above here, about two wee.l(
sufficlently to ch-eck serious violence ago, and thee :egro killed was onu of ta 4 S
Official advices state that a mob of desperate type anud tno doubt must
Italans and Mexicans charged on the have begn a fugitive frqm justleo, as r
guards who surrounded the millUn' he resnaised in cumps all the tim,
plant of the Detroit' Cooper company, and ran after the negr.o that kid
dlsarming them and taking possesa on him with an axe. 0
of the mill while another mob of a But-it !ookA like&'4very thing bad that 4
than ever menacing the whole copperis committed in a radius of ten miles
around here is laid to Wade, atnd weall
Brother of John Jacob Astor. ar get tigtiOred of itwl We iadnt IN IN 1%VI K AnD B AIMI .
-Memphis, June 12.-Stephen Astor, there4 a good deal of lwleis in y 2 O.rit .sour. -. .... f4 t -... ..
who was arrested yesterday in .w t hsec*i0on of account of the ui es ,, t ... -. H) .r I
York, !s a brother of 'ohn .Jacob As being A goo
on Calthoun street. telien AAstot but we have enough eOitlzens here to | uar ewbgo 'i4 r r. tads. I, e"e..... a ......
left here about three months ago 0fo protect thtse people of Wade from such I ittnaI fyrot I4rwird nI. | p ,ft fHt t-~ ,' irt,,oi (ttiSel
Parts uitkneown. "My brother hass tof a gang, and there is i very seldom Asa It Y l 1,l1t* n ', 04 .t O4I s nt o. i ire
'been quite right mentally fo' two o ar th or profstte language used on our ,sgood ,eI '', .... .
three years," said John* Ater, when streets, and i' anyYting -,iuId oer t, o r w i ',,' '
Sen by a reporter of The AMsoctiste4 here worthy of our n t,-ionfg, w
Press. "I do not know the cause .
About a year ago b.e was arrest here will prompt, not .ify tiew i r
and sent. to the county a.Ylum, where ouricoutyt f thet ur .. .
he was held for a week or so. Hef Wa4e, J I"e .. "."
was the.reeas4 and seemed to be. .KEAT ING
tuch ,Atter for a time. I had *4*,t A Costly Mistake.
heard from him for several weeks.' Bluide*s are sonmtunems veery txpen-. "DIALER IN--
'site Ostaindlt life. itaeft t the
iCoipttollt-nlasJas Cal- i( A o ta *ta.k', *e *ut buyer
Washington, June. iS. Thl p o wrong if yfou take hr. '3 ? .w f 3
troller of the currency ha inuo e. P l .f'.,r .dyspo0e A,nin
call for the condition of atUonoA lbank#s 4,O ehsr r ...w -t afiebe u:,To .
at.the close of busne Tuesday, Jae ae 4`0es* 7t* lt t ught at"allir.g
-9t. "'.-. JUO TstD A 4 ,SPECIALTY.
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