The Gainesville sun


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The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
Physical Description:
H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Creation Date:
July 2, 1906
Publication Date:


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


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002027045
oclc - 32993937
notis - AKL4635
lccn - sn 95026969
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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

Full Text

tInte i resting s ofOI~ t A s

tln hld itishe ouort't.reoabo helps, andt

hl Pthe re quired Kiumber were signed Ch d erid Ay ae
&. f ... naturri rsw th yr'th s Pli
poret e o f th mee t ig i0e

W d rChee rSit a han, 1Madek, baritone, u ora
d 9:ethe a emo entu. o tha n.,, I t
,dr aiN n 7 ilA l eN T huA llr 1u0.Eanr' 9 i

tl1tr t lct arontilng o. thobeesion Oft f n of Ask leading dol rh. quartets o. f

rtie Faqu more d.he p Dro troad su, asl os *ite ol' l s wll as othr lehmusi

Up4.a.r ta'i g eri n 'uf r oits t noo.i l trty nd ,,we.r, tal id
ith thet r esul ib a d tw r Of ti tt contro l.

I k:sir O5' dkh nlF orblitoe wai ol e t iav On d WPt o R W

a "l ne r e Mr l arry U. igie, bas i t or-
this t reod thaT wiientsot of thisAe me'she or onQarttnrad

:0 to enajobrtalitin ev1er a he"ti lddotcil io o w t. t or G pV.r five
itri t to ,s g| rntieIngb o J fltoui hti > ,lt c ryrquars a of
tom iu"' Nitee r.tion mt y i aki .i ut 1 'ir ab wteil' WB WrIo P11 H one of

Torni re the ,lim n d tllortcuei t w iato; it. t ionll r u wty I iiIe t lhr yt l

ith cha ta, t lar' iwill b on n y iii /of 1.r 3 t i i O bin o art0eOa. p ;stu,
Mlogvlrt i e tU ,ale irtrt uini n !itivrr t'l i..t ill. l fw, t. it hara l e. asi. g
ee n s he obure d iiih ,ltreihA tyelrl ts
e v lta 'h e 'tle' ti ls g h1itte, i a l ..I a 'y 111ti ,' onh

.nl ''ati ''o tl tr tios.0 ... t. pvl l l g i4 e aii d ih l tn o n el dtwoer ," np1 r. (I t ...
pletre G inlhed oumIntr tht orw e oe f 11 llt tr0, will tive several, pinsin
thre su sp ulthofear. potini f lb Wlenl:r,.1m't o i a w i to ro te by
la t.o e (D rel on'Oell, I I le.n.ti. ht i tih' I.o.. T ylor, the birp tt, who
these tt60trbti otl of hese d oily a fw o ( I
T hf .and l ,ith(ilil .l'n l t Walatwr M olio ll i on rt (ompnoy
e tf theiIt DrdwillIaIst twa i 1 e3 ks w ill al(' io lt htrd with ple-ilntre ll.. b .
by aol ,ling riday entt M,.rol i 1.I T"e 0 ` a ili w Wtll known barlitoie iand o aic
w ork Ob rltig nr ora as X urr)nd d hi ni ellt with a -planallgd

t re r. l San. P. troie(-t w lih i ilU tft'e a it.l H i 1' tI r vyin ,-Ellwood ,t *Ii he t(. in .
'only .ii "- n of'hlt ,ighf Ut vter ett ui wtl furnshl twoe, t.aenitra oi n svi-
l oot t i r te re u.^ o l, t n. i w ih t au l f ar i n r ut g rb bi t t
| ...a'h a r uat' p'J tr r' .. .* *I .j :.. i.. .W il; a H'l > to m aie In t or^ >, y.
s:^ huot U"- au' a : s o nW rltlnr"iWor f, .ful'H["l"l of.0 ly a f0 f r e l en: l (J l lo.ill '
' p io'e y and miulrth. Captalt OCrawrlord a t' c' l lo *' ** t 1'
ot e ane otyfth reanides, attrl. tions on .. tiw a iiat, howute r, i. not all play.
0 "theAmelorticn b. latttfo rm TWo l iture l, l u itn tr tai nmet, an smoe s8-
r' r -doth: t a O1 rtwrg h- i v...y "li4)1ll work will ie 'iittem>ptlid Iprovm -
b goIand entertaining turer h n will gr in ao, f.g o n rodng li,! e
H @saoihieved v wide popularity. Two tty daily. Olird Wtur, 1 ie b
ei sdoI .ded oi here to ntio :d .
l *' ,, . I :.
t i evI E I. R' .' Keirr-a looturtr withi it would i l iflleiitltot ,o e, ttiv how
hIgh purpose, inspiril ag ll who hear r monr attraotI aid varied. progranin
hiam( to noblerJiving. lT'wb.'o leture," .1otld ol' brouglit togetlo 'l For the
t 2iMrs Kathlerind i'rts l wdin.-i etillens and visitors of ifins vitll it
plitforim iqu(itit-Wil' give her great 'il tiki m k t lplhlnid iiHaVitolt.Ii dya
tleoottlres on "litwalthta" and the t 1 l8llit1ng tlhiu within pIOii nuri t ai proliti
Ialo Play,a]ll luitrat 'd by mainly wi on, Suhstatitl ii shouhl I quiictk-
derful storeIptico-i and acconicptu1ied ly lanifiTestld bty tvasry person. hi the

I appropriate tlovitig piotireo. Shou
s without a. poor on the platform.
Ither of theso le, ures is worth the
lller0 la worth tsaoi tket.
t he musih will' be of high order r. The
f I4 i Parker Oonourt company, tini
P beItte r than over before, with flvt
,p it e.* .wil bi prese lt for tlhl
i thre r4daysi. The company iln.
I es a VW and instrtlmnt tal (quar
tott, two thine violinist.,' and it spln..
l id nad' r TheY have this .ytar add-
IJ ^ I^ a c ch cltit.-is-ae.- gr'iAt
I Thet roh w hg1teveral o i
hd furnish p'roelde tle 0 to letlr tS,
liltuative andi detlightfu.l
l twby or. iotl g.
hQee 0 101it'led, hit in. Art,"
4a0Whe other, ,"mperiai (.hrmlo'any
'Dr.Hiito ls in greOat denioinrd al.
overt he Outery f0or delivery of ti*hew
|i ei and ( taia svll is to .o e 'tii'e.
*I^ ( *o"gra"olatud it )t stur ii ii'ih .
do thI 6t Tus'u leot u esi htr ill.os-
bad "hy One'hrdre beautiul
K 'i 0 li M eai ke Ico'lted ty Pr.
09. ChalesI, E. Gtartwrt hf |one of
the Inothaeloqent, vigRrous and' d rn-
ma).apea't@iwtowe 'hlvtw had on iour
a uq platform, will givie o. of

his it this ql lotoy:r whith s *sir ea .
SIt *^t^ 4om and path) 5
of ittr onwil i o hi
iles on the "Value of a l'oy .l
Ski QtN rain Male Qtarjtt will he
o ort one week rn te ea-
lliwil, uon B'f the liaest ten
lBth1s ct^ry, 11*a# for years
t A 4'5be1 of the tiuartie intt otne o the

to silitat mut meanaestantiii or that

c00oast LtnO %is old as0 N OW$,
In, trompllnct .r ithorders. rom
headquLtrers of the Atlanticl Coast
ineo at Wilmington, N pdireeting
them to go to work or *aoate the CrOM
pany premises, oa r at many track
frwen th formerly in the ei ploy of system,butwho have been
on astie e for ith 'past two weeks, areo
Imloving theirfamilies,' an.d mhouseh
effects. This action will be cottiplle'd
with ,e the entire ystotf, a all
track'te rp oeffeeted by this strike.
"The noWrida tVraokmenio are vtoating
thie section housea as rapidly tas pos"
atble," remartked t section foremant
the Gainesville district Friday. "'The
men are looking for housca, and pro
pose t geut of, thq Atlantic CoaSt
Line property as soon as possible.
Tthe company is b vund to respect the
lawof the State,, however, and in this,
instance, where they have furnished,
the. men with hoiue, they are nothing
more than landlords, and must give
'the notice. to vacate according to law,
which allows the occupants ten days in

The position 0o tiU strikers is stl
unchanged. They propose to stand to
the end, and feel confident that ulti-
mately they will win, "We know we
are right," remarked one of the section
iton, "and the Lord and the law will
be with us on this strike. We may be
otit a few hionths, but in the end we
will win ,he point we are now seek-
A Correspondent Thus Describes His
Experience ,
S"I can strongly roinomiend iferbine
as a mnediie ie bf remarkable ellfciley
for indigestion, los of appetite, sour
ltite int the mlouthi, lalpitation, head-
clhei drowsinBess after itAlt, with idiB-
trrweiing metal depressions and low
pirits, ltlh.rbine rklmust Oe a nilq ie i
pr'eparatloi for such ciasts ans milie, for
a few doses entirely remonvd my coin-
plaint. I wonder at people going on
tuiferiing otr spendiiiig their money on
worthless l .thirigt,, when -ll erbint is
proidurable, iand so cheap." 5(i. a bot-
tie at Jon son Bro '
Adverse Conditlon of Eleme l Uut
Lottuce Yield' Far Short.
Tlio e ttllocti yield, second crop, to
going to be nligh ty poor," remai'rked a
w.ill.kno.wn and well-poted
aion matii in the lobby of' the l Brownl
Housu Friday.
"I havi watched tih growth careifl-
ly," lie (o 1e ltu in'd, "and I I
will be safo in tho iusertion thuit the
crop will be fit east lifty per t;t.L,
.short ovrr litt sieasmni.

E IN. ba.



W -pay freight

S... OR

or express, charges on

following liquors: .:
LEWIS 1866, Away Above Everything in the Whisky LinOi
4 full quarts ...............5
12 full quarts .... .. .. ... .. .12 76 5

BLUM'S MONOGRAM, 10 Years Old:
.4 f i quartA . . .
1 "D2fallqparts. .


41 full q1 ila ts ., .... ..........

** ^- 4'fu!! luarts ..I.'.. .........* .*.'.
6,full qluart$............
12 full quarts ... ...........
.... I2 1 ful 1 qu rt ........ ** **

. ,. ..

A. ..9.00

.... 00
800* J

We handle everything in the liquor line,
agents for Pabst Milwaukee and Jung's,'' Be
Whiskies, Gins, Ruis from 1.50 to 5.00 per
Califoinia Wine from 1. 1 00 to 2,50" pt .
ported Wines of all (escr



in h it, i sh full, quarts fine old Rye, express prepaid, $3,20.
is short tributed lo tihe continued rains and
Season ti koits covetriig ,vrything othlr radvereonditiuns of the weith- 4 full bottles Rich Hill, express prepaid, '$42O .
will b sold ait $2.a0--a very low price, r, which live caused the plant largely ... ,- ........ .... .. .
bringing the splendid ,ntorttitlnlnietits to riun into ,ed. The .lettIten move- All goo00(8 i plalu patckna.) sS tn desired. : Ave
lit, ixcentsiH (loh .To ilntlre l ss etia iontt froul this stefion are rather stockofbarroll -Oods froi' l.l. t.toi50.pergal
'six hundred o t these tlickts~lihokld be light tllow, not exctding a car and a Filli n of Tml .'orted( ti, uI ot ll, l "Wju in
itti. Thfis i s l ot t skingI too nt h of 'half a day' both by eX proes iand refriug- u E I T E
lniitsville, 1 hli: presence of the chIau. oration. It is autsilniated that the sBea- AI. TII tET ,ACKSONI?^,fl
iiulitll will l'oinlt' io' the liusiness of soni will bi over about the li ididle i t, '.i .-
eire ry pt'ruotn ,i>king'tllhe patronage of sMarch ,. -t *, 'Jrf" .
Othw public t.' It will atra .t many visi-., .......
itrs tid givr e wide andd fiivortaltt ;ad- DO OU. GET UP AM IG oodI D ivere
verli'itmnt il to to. towvn. li.G"or 0the 4 0 .
reaoinsno loy ial "Itizen an llford lnot WITHI A LAIE 1BACK ? I 'r "1 RI L stF. '
to back up I'he claitaUauta lhiiildrett's 1
sa.o tiutkes atilt half rate..ilayltick- K.ldey TroublkIakes You Mltrable,
OtA thirty li ve cents. Silgloe admis-... ..
ijon thik'.t invAity*flI( tfi(ts-eto .pt, 'Almosto everybody whoread the new '
on special days, Ity 'our season papers la sure Io know o.h woIerfuld
ticktIs at uotw., ; 'ik oil, sle by. the Kilmer' Swamn Root,",
Miller-Avtri (o t, Co 'r detail( d pro,. I hC \real kidney liver
gramian d l i Ill intirnnationi write Fer.' I iL .' d add&er re idy, '
Iti a d ,lta r., Seert illry, tain0 villt.e alti' the gre, m~i :
i'l .- '" cal triminph cf the1 ni-.l "
Itee .,pne aente ry ,,odis-f
R ad R This. '. I ,"A, T l o
lMartin,' Tiftn tlt" 5, 1Il. Dr. KIlmer, the err -
Dr. E( W.I til, St. otiit.. Mo.- y n -iwnt kidney and bdiL -
t)< rr tor lanke p'lturo ini taylng t-i er aspect i. tI and I
hro ,d ol-ly I In, pryipt Y curing
it I ti e. Your Urit Discovery ., kd bladder ic r -
th tmu hl U ,Al. having ; fferdftr bl and BIht's Di0sel, :tii h l the w "; r t
years with l'ki nii .y trouhlble, and i st form lkid troi ble.
ltartilty rcootnwl it to all sufferers Dr. Kiiier a Swanip.Rot 'is not! re1-
t rot kid l' i. ifsw'as' orminead lfot everything, butif youhae kid;
S- i u .fula nit.. tvwer or bladder trouble It will be ful nd
AVL. J \th t hOw'i ANNCU 'jult theretmedyyou ne.. It h bt. st
ostaier, e 'ti't : i o m.nways, in hospital work. n ritt
n. pti eI amo t heiptIAs iitoo per to ut *

s A TeS s Wdier.' er thast a ee saa t t i
Qtw smail bottle sf this' Texas bWOia bee" t hdshspp
der fliWr reat alisevWy, ou`e0 a0 wto he htestrady i ied 1. may have a
kitty and bladder trouble, rer s piebelio Io 1hy (; e M heck a
gravewt re 10 isit 'a;s. sIUmisi 'mio terind pto- aouta$f sy lde hsore ,

it ImoI otr in b th a 4 4 to






Lan gc ,,Remiarks,.


iSeat 1.tCongress on Piatform
n't rin ciples of the Paty, :and, Nqt
iuseofAnyone-. ood Reaon
for His Nomination,
0the Imiocreati \Noters of time seo-
'la4 tgretIOual District of Fltor-.
As youare atware,n'Iam, a candidate
l'ngrs to suucceed otir next go.V-
4liil Hon. Robert W. D)avis, who has
ably and faihftuly representeded you
,the last eight, If honored'
tIme good people of this, tlhe Second
trit. with a seat in Congress,. I
ge eabh and everyone of: you that'
4a',devote my whole tine and at-
lb.46 'the duties of said position.
,Ihoutihe iitst taint of egotism or
tiumption, I think I can do more
this district aiid thu State than'
pof myd istingu ished oppoiients, oli,
'luat of iny long service in Wash-
on a .private secretary to Senator
i, nty personal acquaintance. with.
i ^aJ l M"And nmeasures, at the na-
de of I capital, and my familiarity with
Mis lutiea and proceedings of Con-
ent c 1.. 1 shall seek a seat in Conigreass
i p .orm ind principles of. the,
era torati. party tand not
f the m ofet t rich or poor .
^*te AtK nationim ,'
i Your obedient servait,

iPt g i F. S'..d:d Made' a Fine
d t iudernts Thursday
*lastonek nther eminent
orkor of Chicago, who
tin making tli Winter
'Pride a success by his ef-.
lo4 ilit lectiures 6n: "The
60 lmwIes,"' become so iln-
SGaintesvill that he hias
tito remain here with his good
o veral weeks.
edy-morning Dr. BIlaa.ktone,
tio'n of. Superiiteiident utilQ
AA-4qU'- n, exercisess
ll orl4^ wi aind eoex-
liif asbemiig' weis"
WhtIiltldi*i6dr. He delivered a
tk tb the students along prac-
0 ,atonal and moral lines, emr-
11 i 'thsimportasiot of regularity,
t aid promptness which would
Ibe tho chief feature o. f. i
A' oti' "Order is heavtem's
the Doctor ex plained, illus-
ilW fact fromim the wonderful
bhinenit of Moses in 'o brief a
going the mob of Israel, which
6f Egypt into thelt most per-
'nizationi. The Dool(orgoke
er of the oimnp of I-.sraetIlaind
o shb0wing ta,'u.t evry person
t)OOot t inp had their


S'LodKe Will Observe For.
niversary of the Orr.
1 of MountVeriton Lodge No;
of .P'ythias, art' antticipiat.
Sg/ re'at deal ofr ieple isure and'
v' e esioi of the lodge next,
aming, as. 'on that oceasiou
ill observe thim fortiethi an
f the foundig of the' ordrf

R among th(numunmber ofI the
Pythiis of taini eavillc, asv
elast, tmeii( of I lie lead-iu g
4, professional imen uoif the
,".Macy of. themii are well
iI questions relatlve tO.t.hle
story gad its foundiiig, andI
ra 're down oni thie pro-
prese!ve and intureptirg
meeting,.. They wilt re-
iant*etl()g man,,nner themi
frtniinlndship otf DanOn and
ig anei nt and beautiful
tii endless' to to add that
r. i ^* meeting *will prove on,,
*a c Y^BI1 that1 t1ier

S.fbitbffmebmmit will bin
1 H t of expetisa, by
a. der J. B. ol ,
* bt hihuiaatie Py'thia.
Satlit Ponabty.
~ 'sfom*etinea results in
)ts at. ,b^linsigaliii-
bass hR 4 p.14 the
*8 s m0 tohia v

N I pptite, lass of atrngth. nervous.
nos, iheadah", constipaton, bad brea.l
geenera, debility. sour.rtalngs, and catirrh of
te ItoItc are allduto d tion; Kodl
:ston1. T W vs( OYeryrep1
senta the natira Juice of dig'tio the
te Srelttkn'wtono aom4 renttdtottv
proertils. Kodoi Dyspopsia Curn detrs nucto
am s redy rem all idih trouble
by clelnslngi purifying, sweeten^ing and
rpn"gthelrg the mnoous membratnes lining
the ttmach *; ;
r. l. ii, Ravenswood, W. V., s's
o udob mcred n and we a'ro now 'uosint in milk:l
1KoolQ DIts Wbat You iat.
ottleson Mt. *1o0 siio niildieg 2) teestheB.trial
Prepa ,1ed by ..0, D WITT & 00., Q HIOAOQ
Sold by All Druggists.

Solicitor Calhoun Thinks Present Jury
One of Great Integrity.
I"I want to eoiigratulate. the gran d
jury aa this term oIf the cireuit cpiurt
for Alhichua com(ty," remarked dHate's
Attorney Oallpun in the lobby of .theo.
Brow lHouse to a number of fri01d 0
h"I lave bei0n a long time il the pro-
feseiomm-h ave been lor o many j-
ries, but I ein say frankly tjhat, ai-
though old Alachnui always secures as
jurors men of brains and inteligence,
I believe it, is thie ltoat buhsi'essalike
and fair-minded jury 1 lmitv eoevr seen,
and they deserve .to be :oongratu-
lated '
Col, Calhoun stated 'that theo jury
got rglit down to busiliess iand the
nmainmer in which they wert disposing
of oases brought before theii was re-.
maniible, .li.e. blives the granml julry
wil lie enabled to adjourn tonight or
to nerow mortiimgo
In Loving Remembrance of D. -M
T llman.
'TiM hard to broak the tender cord
When love has boulid the heart
'Ti hard, so hard to peak the words,
"\e. must forever part"
Dearest loved one, we must lay thee
Il the peaceful grave'seonmbraeo,
But thy memory wil b cherished
Till we see thy heavenly face.
Farewell,"r, but not forever,
There will be a glorious dawn;
We shall meet to part-tno never-
On these rsu rectiu otiiorn.
Tf6h Mtr fortn liea t(piig
Inl the cold a
Thou shalt have a g kilorul%'a Ing
Whel. the blessed ord doth come.
A 'prc.iOus onoe froill US has golne,
A voice we loved sa wil;
A place iW vacant it llour ho11e,
Which lnver ca. be 111lhd,
And though the body slutinln. here,
The soul is safe itl heav ./
Dearest father, tho liu sht blrrfft iu,
And uir loss we d(epily feel,
lut 'tis (jod tlat has hberefti s,
lie can all our sorrows heal.
Yet, agiii wehoi to met thc ll c
When the day of life bias ied ;
Thou no unorte will jotit'ourr ntnml)ihor,
Thou no more.our sorrows know,
D.1 l"iItITo AND (:ti .ol i). 'lllT H,
Prisoner at Jail Indisposed,. But is Well
Pleased Wih Treat.nt, "
Rev, \W. A, Watersm, wlhoh in emIi dliid
In1 tht! county jail in .thi city upon a
eharue o(f oflliwhg whis'y, iln i dry
entOlltiiy, having. hben* senuten'cd by ,the
United States cortl, for thirty day,., Is
indisposetd in his cell. Utsj says he. Ins
"living easy," however, as Jalilor
(otlhrie and the other employees of thee
prison are treating him as well as
could be desired ..
"l ught I would lay nmy way i ito
re'dtn 'whenli I thist ciiIne heref," r<'-
nmairked (Uii.,' "I have 'ichainged my'
mhinud however, for I got 10to th'irnkig (If
what a nap I had -$1t) per month,
and 'board and; hlging. I hav.ue( had
nothing to do, and .Mr.l futhric e-t.
tends to me hibrtlies whi h tfew priseti-
er hiavy., and which I t ppr'eeintt. If
it were nolt for thme |tium iaticu of h(e'.-
'im ng n prion I would fee'dl per'.c l' 4
coiitented with my uTrroiund irngs.'" "

Jeinin-tg Lake. t V 'S.

th s ,iftec.t1iig WAsteOry' resAiden'o
Poi,:s fartm. When' completed It will
add much to'ftheap.arno0 if th(imgs.
i.the leas and ma ,s l'art r in our vid .,O amid vtw'O a l, OOtl)M f ,
our eitlzens ars treaiieng the-mttack
i rn', to' Mrn antid 1.' 4. T, s..
atie.'npod trb Mothjer an4 chltd
ar' dosin.,well .Tii he.the t.hild tin n
., ftami y ,are hubif 'thmelftt)o -.
T,. ^tfhreatha *aigimi.ts.M drg*.^ i
1iayd atrerinh berw wyur with r *B -
Ste*n aettitber, ef wh i*ts f were tap*

'Friday Wes' Qkui,-But Coanlderable

.Th ourth iday of the sprnmg term
or. the 0 i rut court for t ,o.tighmth J. I-
dieoia. Ofiroui conpvened at? 0 lock
Friday miorn imig, H'is il., .,or .Jiulgo

The first busan m s before the ,otirt
was thII trial of Will Wilder. who wias
atrraigued ,upon a cimharge of shi.Miot Ii.
into a trai, The. dt'efiudat; wis ,ar-.
ratigt(i',ed ,md' .leideei no'tq ibenty. A.. jury
,was itm :In' iulnid ,mld swvorn, t lu ,au
went .0to trial, the tgestimotty: ef wit.
tesseoi and argtument of counsel' itrd,
and. tie jury brought 'i a v'(rdkn"tuf
guilty. '.. '
The grand jury reported a tru'> bill
ilt the case of Will War rd obtatuing
imouity under falso pretenses.,
',lin the case of..John MN. Stivei.)s vs.
\Win. P1. Loe, ehilioi.X x-ontraitor, ttih
case w\as submitted properly btefiir
tlie'eour't aud a verdict, was reu ti.rd
for th lodofendallt,
In thl, case of J. l..*Kelley \ SIu)IAvs' v
E. J. Baird. ass8np: t, tilt jury wit
called aoid sworn, and after. m s.ttu mis-
siomt of part of the tlestimumoly am 1 111-
suiti wNa entered :on. rqttKst. o tlhe
lit the case of the. State vs. Joli
Utlitit ad fJas. Ilayward, < oumritig
without breakiinga railway ciar, both
SdefemdaInts whlo had iilernd.ed 'lui rsdmy
not guiilty, withdrew t0his pha ii-.
tered a ilea of guilty,
Time case of the State vs. : rcle Cal-
ioui, muitrder, was trimnsferred to -th
nbsentee docket.
tase o A. MI; Hultl Co. s. ,C. I.
Eastenrli, dfeindaintiad I E, Sut.
uirs, claimiiant, verdict for thhl phlait

A. B. Hull & Co. v.. C. '. l'aisterlin,
defedmlamit amid 1, .T Barry; ela0imi4uit,
verdict, for plutintiti
)A. HI. Hull & Co, 's.0 C. ,Eaistierlini,
defemidant, and W', L. odwin, liitim.
ant, Vordict for iplabiLtif.
hti thicase of D, G. larardt vs. P1,
G. laia ey, as 'adiniistrator for tehi
estate of Eli Rlaisey, deioeased, t s-
Bsumps4t, those ase was referred by ion.
sent for triaf withouL Jury to iH. .0

N.. o d'a, s.ues so m'tt, 'bodil,' Aiscom ort, ori6
.ctesita,. Beginniin often with a s4lght reades of te t; W
Spreads, followe~ by puitulesa r 'flisters from which, a giit
ooyes whiictl dties8 iiid.soale ,off or foths.illti king sore ati J
: .p oni different p artsof tibody bt ftent u'pon tetk, a
k.,0 ilMid 'fe.tond *is t%
'veritable tormi en t at T' '180 I ee'eoe4 at tliiua
tm at s tita t o
tines, slpechilly at ,r anw i 4fsotb .as t
eightt or wiheit over-.'o p Y01e w.
!- -[9 w .ulltt l lim t u UAi M
l he ti. caused o ,f Ie. -e at.fop4~ t
tut i' too and alnd '.I .orlo Vol'I"
gmencral untiealthty coni ," to st r 1'.
ditiomt of tim. "bloou. (. toneh,
rThI oltik t tdi"a m I d t 7 f :ta
lmt terrifvm, ing mmtchrui (tl t'iftin(5'nAit Z ftltttt4
and bhtimrug i, ti y o1'((; anv, e ha oWrR
duced by the Ovcrilow antiter SBtockmtan u AdvI.ts s Age no
through th'e glai.m t tual 0 A. O :.
pores of the skium of thle fiery poisouus with wliic 'the blooMdcurrent is over.
0 m, loladt'd,..\r Wlhile < Pt(t i-;il applications, such as
rC, i ^ lr waihe.s, sohpS;, ualuts 'mii lmoHwdc' am.rvsoot lhing amd
coohlilmn thIevy ,to t ernt'r iiuto the blood itself or
'5 ,,1 -umcl cltoeud ti In ci'tre 'of the mdistaise, but S.,'S.S.
^ "* d thin wtid b)lnod nud cleanseit and h.uilms up. th,, ,cnu.itil svsteut, wVhenthe
iskitt Clears off aund Ic ui with all its terrifyi1,g; ,s ivplo .lis appears.
Send for our tree book on the Skilt nlild its is,<;<., No charge for
medical advice. ?lE SWIFT SP CIFIC 00., AriANTA. 8.
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Surveyor ,ad Notary Public.
('uinvtmyaitn htin g a l).Mtehtll3

Otllerl t .at'-l t i iE e ie. ii Ilast M timi
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hum ii t. Air, M''utiiK(il \'>t|e m nr il
tlont ,''i o ouil'I l oe nun. w iii' w tl w n e Unne
t )l Wi tli ()ii0lodtlms Wm tie' tL'e' tiu ti, molIf iatutt 'vero' aturt o' t 'lur liioi,
Oillio Il i tlse or'|i ltti i II :N tNsi.t hnin mi
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O1) sitll' wIliikAMs
i lrtiin(ed.iii, i years old. Iy th e.
g i lnm $iit)i. ',I fuill quartI .50,

Mason it referee. No'T'i,'( i, Aii, i on m i ,,I"i 'rlt ( UIt .I. t ) 1.1 iI'N mll I
Court atdjournd until 9 o'clock Sot. 'o.L w O oi'!lb } u ycithho)' l the
urday l ornioig,. Not, ,ie I' It i'i)y gl'il thit ,1 i, I i i il i rt
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Tax Assessor's Appointments; lmeE'i 1t ANV .e t e l .t m is
'ax Assessor \V\ ( ols. o will m n n1u' iWilh .1 6 1,ui ml, l,,l l Tear td; 1Iy the
heiui'iiir' i. n 1 tue.m, 'h ,* "ul ,i''O l,'u e '$.i )'?.d i guIa[ohm $2LA), 'i fhimll q'utrt.12.75..
ait the following places oui date mInii. i0 hl0 t imm, iltI !Pi1i>,a, to ili tnrt, ,IuuA
tiomed for thu p, rpose of t nitinlg tff Ni s," eia, 'EXP RESS PREPA
property owtler, so that property >imay I I.l( h l! ii l, 'tud lit thoe l IVVO I D I ITE
be correctly imtes sed: m "r i. i)., 0 ,I (iSl.2. ily the tigallii.e $2 2. 4: ill quarter
..'IluM sill i uel 'lellh niri I to{Fthelle--Moiday, lleb i itt mi i ii i i ml
fOanlivihl.-Wtedldneeedti ,elm. 21: vitn, ;!';n ,,imn if th.llu n't. ,, i d ,i a' e e ly rho
..ckyPe .2,-f,(N.21. '1. m' i, 'N. ali $ i), fumll ( trt s;l,2b.
S Puts an End to It All., :.. ... .I ,IX rIt, NI I)
A grievoums 'wtiloftim.'s ie TA, .,, ,, ,l, ,, ,r .(. 'r < I. r t, 1' I r ('old. ty t
result of ,minbarrabthle pain from, over S,. Ni',,.; .' i .' ,. $N 4 full ut tr.ts 2.m 1 ,
taxudo rga s, Di lue' ..,ss., liclu < itelie o', u1.i lA, 'I' l 'i AIi
liver (iommlsplaini an ,ouIstiliattion, Ilit (''''' 0lm 1-,i|) '.i|' l{| iii' ';. ri" I till i, ,Im .l ru o
thanks l)Dr. Kiltg's N. w ,fi.m Pills they iw 'i,, i it ,, ,,',,,m.l,, i ur1.',,) ,lu,' t. ,. i k i
put an end ,t )t. l,.1'11,c,,' reautthm "n '. I,, I t il a till .,m a. yot fem ittaer ent
bti thoroii gh'. 'Iry .thimin. Only Ue.. W.'ir.i.. i.,it ..).ii i), pi. l i) r 'e lt Oi y(uir purehi*is a. e S nd
(himtrainti d iy all dri gi or prm ,' li nmiil il o I, little

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7 Vai W to M 5 oM1 ,zi aiy.
S ,' Z. W'IP.wJ s, e n of ;Ile leading
mat erchahtoid business men ,of Alta-
Chuy, was in the city yesterd ay.
.g H.. Powe.'ll, one of the leading
bnerehaets of Higl Spprings, was a bus-
ess V1810itir to thisOity yesterdAyS.
l1 After eouaple of das spent in this
caity, Mt, and Mrs. IraJ.Cartter' re-.
was turned their rome atJudion yester,
e a day.
W: M.RUose, the phosphate miner 'of
was $nesWagw among the yjsitors to this
nesa" sotlty yeueary, He made' The San
an agreable call: .
'ys. "aptain E. C. I'rker of, LkOrosse,
ilit* ?one'f the leadfig merdhani, of that
section, was transacting business 'in
yed. this ctty yesterday.
as1 B0. .yles, 9* e 0 of Windpor's
te, clever a d Stl iaantialotlaens, was In
the1 t city yesterday. He alle44t The;
ting tmi olis aand renewd4 his stubprilp.

1 *. edon'n, thtl. -xtoensive

apgplaslters of S atlon', Among the vialto~ Sto this lcy yes"'
tilt` ,: iners Ia this city tda.y was Gut A. Morton, of Eve, one
of the most widely-know and most

i dft l lo t r t rtont malTde t he S,80'i h areeable
111146 8ij r looo omrimd t h aa sb ptio-
S00i th: end rsh with order, alll*,n : : e
bTe USwl, loalstypl0 le, .a if Mrs. Moilte Mofell and nephews,
At Mdi4tttfes ,at ; Springs ad3t,Br aindut4 Willie Hillsery, were in the
Mto of AlOa.hus were among the olty o Micianopy yesterday. They
to this ity .yesterday. Mr. o amne to I, eet A.txo U. o hillleaty, 'fther of
(ts prodded t 'o JaksoivHlle in the boys0, who was en route faomn
Lrnooln. '' Wane to Jao0ksouvillte.
agaWte a ptogresslve ltisen of M. W. Kitchen, a oiever oitden of
r, was traInuslmLbg bhoas )s lii teisburg, Ga., is in the city. hea
Ity yesterday, This was- Mr. oaled at The Sup oiade and had his
yforeflrt trip to rl'dsevillo, for ni e enrolled upon the smbsroptliono
I 1ths. '1 list yesterday. .Mr. Kitchen Is 1 well
t A. 04,well of Alaohtia passed 0pleasd wi th Gainefvlile and Alachua
l ithe City yesteday. He 'wt county, and said he wanted to keep
ate1 v Ooa;s, where he went to posted onthlsountry. h
the district conference o( the J.. Misonr of Wllh6Tisn, ono of the
lthroh, South. -B solid itszens.of that section, was in
in up at -ngiini Colony Mon tle city yesterday and made Tim Sun
'ob, "1, IBhetnut eorro mate a vploaant call. Mr. Misoa owns t a
forehead, very oor, looks old. fine farmn and a large number of fine
cant have'samw by proving prop-* tttle aid other stock, from which -lie
1il e0-f1o. d, wlt is living hatidsnoely. H11 also owns
master George R. Sykes of Yu. >colsiderable real estate in this oity.
t among the prominent test A. U. Hilleary, who is coniduting a
tit wh0o visited GaIne6vill yes. fish business on the Suwanimee river,
SMr. Sykes came o on business arrived in thie city yesterday. Ie was
3te4' with the nTited State s i route to Jacksonville, where today
files. li Will me .t a party of. portimnenu
nd Mrs.Ira J, Oitrter of Jud. from the ortli.: ,e will.acco pany.
iiltot tithe city yesterday, tmhe party dwi'the". tEast, 'Poast, and
|4*01tors t othoholty yesterday e odb e b t c d
te t uitapopulaatid uo, e ts'o be absetat about twweeks.
f tng mn of J.udon, being M. I Jones of T oomna was in the
v justice of the peacO and a city yesterday He-was en r tt, t homie
H O e made, ho The Sun a from i Hlgh Springs, where he attended
. o& the action sale of lots Thiurday, lie
| r an G .: B, Joiems, .progres- states that the sale was a reat -
t iof the Yuar ssetioa, o niety lots having beea disposed

gy ThyIn IoaThe Sian ea t- tat Oounellon, but w. iliespd 5ev.
a ll( Ltth 4oratiays with'his faslly at"Taeoom
l. te ts r tm by rert1raing tp t 0t pla pe

S 0 11 s ile yesterday. Just. pacity on The' So mthe Baptit, ha
||N!*4 stats that the ground returned to the etly from Jasokovl ,
(l OSal^ ently' freo twin sky end hs sn..epted a M.atioit s foreman
)1 erial 1Se pI'.eparation fur the of the job department o thl paper,
tand as a reuslt, tihe Mr. Totak'ties, thoroughly prtioat
4WI rs e buSy, man, and .wti readerv a goob 0,"1i. inI
of lp f:,1fAr the past tei.m this poitiom 'I Ms riends sn4 the'

pa f th o t Pond school, ianagennt of The Sun are glad to
Sws' ^ip the ioty .yeste rday welcome 'inaaim .
1 n 4a y sall. 'Prof Ma t' i....

^M~~p^^gfi;to IL^^~ai^

lof High Springs
Wh1' paid sinesy.11li

of' ernAndina
011ness vlpitors to 04i

i9u4y s prosuilent p1
ua : was atinbog the v
$ feassrday.
O pt lma'l la st reepl
, Tudson, Fla, Or
r;6 nn fthe ileaKsta

ion thetoseiboredndisp.oe Tho.:s,
which wafta se for wthemoring s evasion,

'and the 0e WAS.tio bed. i
The gran~ Uf came into open
and 'rendered an indictment agtainga
grea, mOABey and Jiesse Willions, ur-
The court adjourned at noon until
Monday. morning a 9 o'clock, the civil
docket having been gisposed of.,
After ar week's fine work the grande
jury also.adJourned at noon Seaturday,
after having found several true' bills
where deserved, and throwing out a
great niany cases which should have
never been presented before the. jtry.
Before adjouring ent the grand jury
tendered a unanimous Yote of thanks
to State's Attorney Calhoun for his ef
flciencyhe having been of great service
to the jury in its work. The jury made
no presentment, by recommendation
of Attorney Calhoun, who stated that
the State of Florida has now in its em-
ploy a special examiner, whose duty it
Is to investigate the offllalr' records,
accounts and offices, and in View o6
this fact presentmentq by grand juries
are no longer necessary.

with partali!s.
The olIapde wags o pi40
those about hilr re hardly '
to gras with tl-propeer serqi"
his s'udten::nmisfonIw hbu s i
sBeertained that his, 6itStlt0
serious'. ;
At the time Mr) Graham i
he was talking tp, van j $lt
Halle noted that he stMddealy
his head and was Uee (or aift
6nds, and before he obuld realj
ize what had transpired Mr. O
fell into .his arms, and wtv-
seious,. ..
Dr. J.F.Makn Mc witr wasun
and as soon a& he, reached the"pt
side ordered thate be takbe'trI
home. ',This was done. Mr. 1
was played i nbed, and tip .,t1
hour Saturday night his cot h i (
consideredd erilous.

ondyl gin.. a p' pfltable business at
tat.. plae,'.was among those who
favored Gaiineville with a visit yester-

George ,Gibbons" of Archer, one of
the mosto- prominent residents of thatI
section at d secretary of the County
Denmooratic ExeCutive Commnittee, wags
in the city yesterday and mide The
$un an agreeable call.
M* .,V M lcntooh of Archey, prinelpal
of the Arehir school, was among the
visitors to this "ity yesterday. Prof.
Molntosh has enjoyed a most profitable
terni, a great deal of effective work
having been accomplished. in the
Aroher school. .
J 0, ,Elvlngton and E. A. McOloakey
of Otter Greek, who are engaged in
the naV al stores business at that plae,
eeong the visitors to this c ty
etterdayi and' made The San an grpe-
,ble cal' These yyoung men t e f.ull of
energy, and will no doubt make a4 big
uvoedos of the buqlness at Otter Creek.
J, Masote Tison t tl loaf mor many
years a resident of this city, is .on a
visit to Iis parents here. ,Mr. Mason
states that his. brother, Wn. TisoT,
who 1is coifined in a New Orleans hosi
pital with throat trouble,is greatly
Improved, And s expected; home in a
tfe dy Frnd's of this young mail
w!'begafld to learn of his o im-
provemea. *
NinetymFiva Per MiCnt of Striking
Trackmen on A. C. L. Still Out.
The s striking track foretmen and
traekinemnon the Atlantio Coast tine
system are bill out, and the matter.
of an amlnoable adjustment at this time
seetts as far distant as at the begin-.
ning .
A siecton foreman on the2 Oainesvill 1
district of the system Saturday pro.
duced a letter showing that at least
ninety-.five per cent of the trackmeen
are out, and vory few hive been soe-
cured who are willing to take their
"Those who have gone to work are
not practical men," remarked this fore-
men, "and they will really get the
tracks in worse condition than if they
had been leftalone. We feel sure that
we will win, and we propose to stick
to our demands or go to work sqme-
wh(re else,. There is always a jobI
open fft a eomnmietent mana, and we
have no fear whatever, but that We.
will be enabled to secure positions on
other road when we fe6l like applying
for them .' '.: .
Chage iof Prbort'y.
It was reporte& upon the sreet S
otday that Hon. Walter t. h.obniaso
hiad purchased thie p.operty on B room;
street, West whllh has for the past
few years ben edos as a baseall park.
It i's further said that Mr. Bobiniemp
who is a m.nost p 10il' spirited citizen:,
had no ipa|eular nStfor the property,
but merely puroaMled ik in order that
Qalnesyille might ha.i a baseball park
the coming unmmer, a it wa under.
stood the ,wntes it sided pfoughing
the latd and plattl. a gard e.
mr, tobinsefn isoatelted withIt ikgi
rentarked tbst,' while Qaimiesille as
peso mad Io' show of s baseball
Oln, there was a iag defltt 4 to
o*tr to hlasT.ebasebsUparkstayrat

, it ie pany, P has beh slated before, are
I. to to s*tce tractors.^ E.B 0. M.Mahan is
q**Isted sIo Wu~P4e ia layimg the bm'lek *ork,
ta^MtIdI *s

I4t -'N'
by t*.

Dr. Merrtithen


and 27th Midli e A t
517^t *tosi Ad Ahf'L ^

.:the ,vslthrs

OtfPublit I: ,
nty, wasavia-.

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The friendsof Mr. Gr()(tt
NEWS FROM HiIGH SPRINS. that, no serious complex
Burning 'of Bar Wood I ak, ome from hi. illness, het
Other Items of Interest. may soon e out again.
igh Springs, Feb.' 2--Ihe: school* TH ANNVAL Di4
en'tertanmnnt last Thuriday' and' h..
day nightsas a a complete success not- Manager Riddell, After pupe, .
wiithstanding the incleimeney of' the son, ReleasesAll Attra
weather .The pleces reflected credit After a ,uocv Ua en
on both the pupils and teachers. Quite apeiod of s ee
a neat little sum was realized., dell Carnival Coetea" y S4
Miss Mm-ry Richardson is visiting season' engaged t
friends in St. Augustine, ay, and g Manger RIdde.n st
Mrs. L. 0. Gracy and Mrs. I, Ware he un to stiae that in futu'e
are back from the cl convention at ot be responsible fordebts g
acks l. e report a fine meet anybody but ilf or,

T he barn S ith was b Tnied .
early Sunday morning, Th car ? 'a
was burned, bv'sis inllictig pai nl did ai more profitable
injuries ou the hour. The cau.e of the g thweek uast close
the fire is unknown, but it is supposed aweit tl~r r ond I : n
a light was arelessly dropped, thus R l ais Thr ind1.agn r
igniting the hay, Ja. 1 ell,i" rida minv, l
The BlackMore Enterthitment Co0 date J lconvi e hdh.ols a 'i1
played Monday, Tuesday and date cop niro shows, and 1
Wednesday nights to full houses at a good Pa .)nag .
Newberry's Hall. This company is a De th'of Mr. Eastorli
high-class one and gives entertain. John 'eri of Marrietta,
meints of exceptionally line merit. ( lied at his ho f T rreday atte
Drawing is also taught in connection after an illness o Tusay aftei
witi other things, after n illness or aeveraldaye
A George Wahington supper is to be' seial circles A the t in es
given at the residence of Mrs, G social circles. At the of hs
Rice next Monday night by the ladies ie superintendent of the gou
of the Home Mission Society.. Erery. lice nelepl e Compainy, Atlanti
thing will be.done that is possible to bote amd held a prominent pos
make the guests enjoy themselves. It bothfront ausines and social
s for the purpose,of raising money to n tis dealt is to be reg
pay for. tI parsonage furniture. atdihl relaoti es haise the yp
Powell &.Davidson's. wood ra~k tear t '"h.H'?
the. depot burned .Wedneiday water .' 'Registratton Notice.'b.'
'noon. : .'. Thecii tratobbook& a
A meeting of the citizens will take open a y oe in the .S
.e, whei .all persoiq
place at the public school:.auditormum liter c doso until the
Thursday night. This mnieeting will be ' 4W00 p. m, on the ecoo',
for the purpose of raising funds to pay rday n Mar, he ame
112th day of aid nomath. ,
for the furniture in the high iehool. day of n reasurr .it o"
John Sater, who ha bee attending l de. r "2 Sr'Cty,7dawto3 f G
school here, returned to his hom ain '
Madison Tuesday, The school. r
greti to"loe hitm, he being a bright '
and gifted young man.
Holmno Qooperage Company May Put
Force to .Work in Few Weeks.
The building whichla being ere ted
forseeopation by the Holmes Corn

p~a4, an, will be read~ to ur.n over'
to ilt ownes wlalhn ste course qof the lA
The ,Eddi Ma.tfactrilng Cmor.
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00 lo


T. 00k$Wee SU A. $ 0 11;
m onths, 6w.single piem, boo

L*ODJ ad^I lverd nemnt5, 15 Wents line'
orthte flrtsl and 10 cents for each4d4a i
Snal inseitioni., "
D(playod' adverIflseients ;fo ree,
*lx and 12 t months at spechl rates.
l'es furnisKed upon applistioll.,
i, Mrrdige 'andDeth notices inserted

S We' will not aept sbai o a
larger depomitnfttlonthan 2 centg,

th Sun 4nd ,the Thrioe-a-Week
.... 'Y( ) World one year ..,, .., 6.
The SOiu-nd, -the Atlanta (Ga.)
w' eeklyOonustitntio one year,. 1 75
*.. Thb'-un and the Atlanta (Gt.)
I .fl i-Weekly Journal o .ieyear. 1 0
Sun -nd th.8eIal-W p4,er kIy. ..
STheanrn ^one year-1....'.. -1'; 50

ho0 reatest whip*-making town of t0he

PaItelo egtabllshea one thing-that
Or datermin4tion to' succeed w: iw

^FumS life iN leap these days1, but
ans life is still reasonably safe o
'.~l;l:* o's shorilIstth el

Patting:Oneo sbhod lderil to thiwheel
mIay lie and hurt, but it works its
own goldoure. 1
pqta has ,000,0000 inhabitants,'
moit of whom .are Wondering what all

The rditr lake of oilF ever discovered'
l( 04ld10.latws tahppod.while' drllHi.g
'IwellnearlbrFr e.,

The UMlted stt mint Satn'
iraitaisou'ol the largest institution of.
theihd in the world..

Thei man whoseaves, hl money Is al.
w 'ys reaVly to take advantage of a
pofitable investment, '

St, Lou uisnow has T7"hotels and is
bt aUding more. We hope she isn't for-
geitttng theitlroeescapes.

Otlfornia produois more English
Uwaluts thaii all the other states, and.
teare of better quality ,

th production of beOr in this oouni-
trlI, now. more-than a barrel for-every
ap Womninttand child in the 'United

n 4i Deoembeor the average price'of.
wol the lowest :slnca 189, while
4, aeae .prieo of boeef was the

Al la, Is today practically undevol,
SIt has not a single wagon road
wh agons .can be drawn m. In
:$tj|4m ;oar '.iotrt o

he nitkit' Aes, treasurye reports
t1of gol'd 0 T61s1, Thore itno
Speopl.e :who can s nympathite
thise ited 8t.S es t eastury,.

l sl fttabbits to the syalio of eover
x o we*re exported' froo Victoria,
$'f lsthlat iyar, in, addition to
44OfttlOfWpeserved rabbit...*
T O tiStamp," the smit".allest
n iethf i WNWo o ) pliht ftine psiiek 6t i rks. p It Is

U POWtl Wen ag of COhmI-
tea rswoked o tis atm.'
i^^ thisOatI rartls, a*orts that

doors In advance-othes after the
damage has been done. The revela
tions Itn the stplls e Department sare.
disagreeabl enough, goodness knows,
but 'Yhsit abo1t oth# r departments?
Let them'be probed, sIfted, iavesti-
gtedi, The o"ef evil in the e-
Dpabliena party do hot spend all oft

under telt energies in postoffilce graftso
SbiIPi'. W th9i lving 1on', hich There are other ones, larger, fatter
^on' glesi ijoln I rlf P g 'to; ginod jmioeri, somewhere that have at-
nakle Forlds ano earthly paradise;. traced the. attention f of.oflciali cor-.
13a the o'id4'tts have been grad, ruptionlts. It stems to have been as-
ually chaiafig' 'fo: the past twelve simed by these public pilferers that.
yearp, and iow a severe "cold snap" is the people, by the long retention of
taken as a ate for granted At, the feepublioan" party in. power, have
osTplerle, $tdlti0nst seem to have ap- given a license to the men who rob
rnly beer ed, and there them. 'But they have not. They nev-
iist ln the6 ldnehs of the present age er contetlplated asy such thing. They
a sharpness who h penetrates to the have simply been too complacent, too
bone, confiding. It is necessary that they
If the $duth is growing colder there wake up and be as sleepless in looking
most be a eimedy to sustain the coun- after their interests as their despoilers
tiry The .people who have been as- are in looking after their's. They must
entoated to making a livelihood by look to the Democratic pasty. A'
billing the solid must turn their atten- change means new things where new
ton in a large measure to manufac- things are needed. And many new
during. Thi! is espetally true in Flor- things are needed at Washington in
Ida, where the .horlticulrtists and the methods of conducting the peo
planters have been depending upon the pie's affairs., "Turn the rascals out."
yield of oltrus anotherr tropical It Is an old war-cry, but it is a good
fruits and early vegetables for the one. ____ .
Northern market,'k : ....
lorlda isas learned a great lesson A bill has been introduced in. the'
frorm the fatal roe of 18946,1 which lMaryland legislature providing for arn
laid to waste and destruction thous- amendment to tie State constitutionn
ads, of 'prelfloally being orange to regulate suffrage. By its terms a
grpos, bankrupting in tihe ibort space man in order tobecome a registered
of a few bouts the owners, thie major. Voter must be able to read and explain
Ity of who had b'0.omIe independent some chosen section of the' eonstitu-
fr the yield o th rop. They unles e is blind; the he must
wee oreokless when 'It dame to the x. be able to' explain it when' read to
pendttre o nf money arid the majority him. Or he must have been entitled.
of tetm, imauy with -large families to Vote in that or some other State on
lived in expoiiye luxury. Why: the first day of January, 1869; or be. a
*ho0AIItheylive otherwise when they linealdescendant of such a person.
had tli certainty, oftanannual neome, The bill further provides that the
a they believed at that time, for the amendment shall be submitted to./the
remainalder of thir lives, and for their voters at the next election for. mem-i
children and grandchildren and many bors of the legislature, which will be
generations ato follow? In 1905. The object of the bill is, of
'While this freeze: was a calamity to course, to as nearly as possible dis-
tite hortiotultural and naturally the ftand hise the negro, and its provisions
commiortelal interests ofthi State, it are similar to those eontaineld in sev-
aecomiplfshe a 0110 thling-and that wtas eral constitutional amendments that
that it taught the people, to resort to have been adopted by other Southern
other moans than' raising fruits, It States, but the Demoorats of Maryland
taught them that other products more are going to a great deal of uinneees.
hardy., and for whiolh a ready market sary trouble to accomplish their ob-
could be found nearer home, could j.ect, They could as effectively, and
bW grown; it taught them trades and with mutlch more justice to both races,'
professions, aid was the cause of es- attain the same result by enacting the
tablishing factories amid mills ithrough.i Florida election law, which even the
out theo entire State, and from that fa- most ardent Hoepublican concedes is
tal day to the ngoesent time Florida has absolutely fair to both parties.
been growifugini mnufacturimig. Prior
to that freeze, factories were f.w aud 'The Starke Telegraph, one of the
far between, and from a mAnufactr- .bst of Florida's many excellent news.-
far between, and' iroYmmi a nuimilaetmr- "
ing standpoint Florida ranked last of lIpers, says "Young meuwho can-
the Sbuthern states. Today .she is not imld employment about towr
among thIe first in proportion to popu- aSould gie fearing a trial Flopda
lationg antd new factories are being farming pays handsome dividends, and
erected every day, there i no excuse for any young man
While great many orange groves i Starke eling out a hand-to-imouth'
have been revived from the destrue. -xIStence when prosperity isso easy of
tiOn of the freere, and many hive been accomplishment. We know one yobog
planted and are bearing prollifdly, it man w'ho sold ut a poor paying me11-
may be said wIth impunity thatan cantile business ten year ago and re.
ortangegrove today in Fltrida la co turn1" ed to the farmin' 11. had practi
sideren a rich tman's hobby, Few. caly nothMing t the titlnej but he ,is
grovoed ar owned, the ds ction of worth $15,(0w to $20,(X10 i now. This
gwhch wouare ldplanethe eowr Ictpndt change in l reu'mstances was wrought
icr on a'radn f4rd cuty -'farm. I f this
ent, without resource. It is the erst. ot a radford counnteeded others s
.whlle.grower who is building up the oY 1th e a .
State froni a ma aturn and co. oedby turuing their attention to ag.
mieroial point of viow, and thy d.- ricltural pursuits,' 'id instead of bl-
se"rveredit -' ig classed asa loafer" they. will take
Alachus otnthas enjyd epro ranks as useful citizenusof the comamu.-
portion of 'this 1maufatu1ring, t
vtluopmnti, a (aineville especially has Eogene Matthws, editor of the.
beeit blessed, and ai wv see the blaak Starke Telegraph, is a candidate for
amolke erling from the iatious :tacks the l.gislatnre ftron Bradford. Tho
throughout tIe cty-as we see the editor of The un takes pride. 'in the
e4ta11. army of etnployen going 'into fa't that '"'cne'" learned the art pfe-
amid (menrginRg from. these. hivo of .i servattive in his ofice and atone tine
dutistry, .We idied feel grateful for the was a member of hist household t
assurianeo that 0w, still live, '. wnas always faithful to e iaery .trust rte
tEPU8BLirCANF, '.-or 1rie VI" psed int him as an employe, aNhd aiomud
REPUBLICAN FO E OF EVIL' the.pepleof hii county send him' o
it will ,ot he denied that: the "hi' thme legislature, as th? no doubt will ,
go.Triburie ntSi eenm a faitrly good they will flud hi' faithful to their
epu-bliteanpaper-eve n In tht ds8sof eary iterest, liedesetve alt the
li. ownerldp by oseph l1edill, with oes he t attained B the ld
Tr*fie lt f n Itself asa ep^ Mn sarsedsggalplttioi

-prt$. h t hnow amd then ift. loo#tfrth'

ogeMfca its ftallth i*athtis'.n iimpoartso th% laeautls qto p te
;%4'.W#W:a.prf 4TO*ag..of itth'l (i~t i-i-^ali .f~ia t.."..^l:5 ^^ !l:l~^.*'A ~'
K i'fj l~he l*bvfp~ ute'~'f'*l~w hi~*.l~' ;#'Sa: y^ ~wW '

I T-Av-.

Joe .,rwe
naccoomnei tsjt ne Ur kdb t ,it exee*- doI e W'iI tjiaO W*
ta elaw word. xti# 1 pubctihe to ftb i>i5 foar totes, DaieE^
soa oeo nRmar &ad iin4 e e-sWW k troe i ad flf
^(m.nI1 stwAn n ~owN* ; t t ol J
^ltA f '*w'ii,i^ '. ;,1^^, ;^.~.i~;. **i^^ ^ ^

day in town, leaving on 'th tratlfr next olAlinQu otnn
meritinh uU met a Jorge nurbe of IDr S1 uta r ry
voters fromnthis anl the a oi pedece sor, I ro.h
eounlties. TSir, rollo dy was greatly of duact s o counY,
encouragedin hl caniday. I n fact .th1 poals.k I wl o
e bhad everything t, etenouirage in a
nothi, to iscourage him, f a oe a leah.b0een
madse a 'good impression on all who fully, I
had th pleasure oftmeeting hies. The
truth les,' he to a plain, stralght-for- ora OOlrk Cir u t
ward, practical inati, with epe of the' 20 he r o 'rat/
swagger of theei cmond politilyan, an As the Sate S E T
Iol addressing himself to those e met h eetead t0 primary
ie 4,pressedeveryote wth his since. n oun r pr maryelfa a
the position ofl:Drkoa
__________ '- Court ofAlachu4s cou04,x
Some kinds of parlor, mateliest have sno oedsa thevote b utr'ei
been discarded as too dangerous for my elected i 8st6 to:w l
I eletedyI promise to pYA 7;4
general use. They are so difficult to duties of the office fal4,itf
ignite that hard scratching is neces. 1I mahe this promise knoe6wl
,eary to produce the necessary friction, roughly what those duties(
This causes burning particles to YpJehnceand1treatae
hither or thither, starting fires that do voters may consider iny app
more or less damage to valuable uphol- ing theirieleetion, ResLpe
stered furniture and costly carpets.
Ther frenerks a of: I respectfully aiinounceI1
The farmer ia nearer out of reach of candidate for Cleric of thie,
the trusts than any other man in the Court of Alachua county, ;ii
world. He can burn his own wood, tie Democratil.'prlmary.t
eat his own mIeat, eggs, mutton and hedIshall perform thes duM s c
Johnny cake, and sleep under a roof fle to, the best, of my ability
that Is not mortgaged to any corpora.- pectfully. J MAXA '
tidt). Feel blue? No The farmer is For Sheriff.
lars" re or3i e ri
the happiest man in the uniVerse.'
b To the Democratt(Ic VoterS of

throlugil Pentacolaoso quietly that no my warmIest a-i ppre a lato
one really knew he was there Until fdene you paedti inmenrI
t d th nere ch o tinuoe ly from that date,
ater.hli. s departre., t. lPensatotind e'ar th utha? i
Journal earks tat thi quiet way' den lstre ben etIaye
is something unusual for Ar; Bryan, endeavored, to the v.o ry d
lt miuBst have learned that John Beard ability, to do 'my" du.y, o gr
lives ln Pensacola.",,. person or the onsquncs

There will be300 or more conven. enouraged.tol i that
tons held in St. Lous during the l17 have received the'
days of the expo ition. Notably peaceful, law-loving i
among gth 'largest will bthe -Nation.' am again a oaddati t t
al Educational Association conventiqn of Berieff'and willapprealaty,
on June 28, and the National- Demo. pot, ad promise,f lt
t eti ek la h sme ny duties unfettered
rai convention a week later,each of promise to special favors, and.
which expect about 80,000 in attend- deavor in the future, as in theI
ance. do iiy duty the best Iknow how
rising i' elected or defeated ot
Tho war in the Far East has sent candidate fo the ofufne .i
what and corn skyward and Florida pectfuly r _L W. F,
farlenrs should not fail to plant an ia t eDy'eutn
geXtiy acreage of corn this yr 'sera eha y'o
will 4Ho ,be a luxi** o myself a 'and
il be nhe P[rice t laehua ounty, h
will h" hrepot dlerilg birthn of tuyal1)he, icit tlres f
poor pl ople, and cori meal will have Ihall discharethe dmuieso
o helie to the best of y aelitf
to i su dinnny households. t thesupport oDo
Stat iti s of populaio soe to how For County Superintendent of
that after long and severe wars o t r pouCntby atPeintenOunte to
which n inany men re killed and the candidate for te of.ce at"
male part of a country's population is teldit of Pr bic lsr Strc.atla
greatly decreased, there is for several Chung cuyntyjsoj rjet to the Der
years a it prepondieriig birlthi of male Ipinitry. j solicit the sup
Ierati p id proy, iseifae3!
children until the normal proportions us eery honorable 1rt o
between th sexes are restored. public school interests of L

A new appIlicaition of electricity has I herehy aniouneo m enelf
been made in Franeo, and now the dato for tlo ilHeie of
power is actually used for felling ,of "ubye Istruction ot A
trees. A platinum wire is heated to a craI Iprcnt d t e ootflono
white heat by 'an electric current, and the support of all.e
this is simply pulled through the lRespectfully, J I. :Kl
trunk, which'it.cuts like a big chose, am a candidate for the
S-=..uperintendent of Public lI
Meat curing plants are being stab. of lachnacounty, subjoetoi
of the Doemocra tie primary, ,a'
lished iu nearly .very town of impor- thle support f DemoeiratiIA
tance hin Florida,iand there is nlow rio elected, I i l favor ~ tre
excuse for Floida farmers depending ntid the payinent of the school
upon Western bacon during the sum. J.'iL .K
.mier months: ', or,Tax Colectt'.
.T wt HI.hereby announcemys
The war b)etw(en ,Japan and Rusio dante for re-nomination )
may teirnminate in the "Good Old Sun-. tur otAlehua county, JaBa
mnor Time," hbut the Tampa newspaper l n riogati. ltnary. Ifll f
bids fair to go on forever. naustenttd ouslytand e4 o
S ... ...... .. edharge "t duties incomba
'The Gainesvills Winter Chauitaumqa office. 1 respectfull 1tt
Is attracting attention throughout the port.n, ithe ~oin% DIra
country and visitors will be in attend- etly .W,
anlce from every section.o. .' o Conty ud
I hereby anrieonrc mi syae
The Australialn wheat crop is 76,000,. date before the Dermonr oa
000 buslthel--about twice as much as aenhua cntyH ore
-^ -- duties. ftirly, honestly
'Our Bob's" baby '.s laffs" whe ttie' so de thhe
papa nchookles he under the chin, and siall b .vy Kin uh r
-- port of 51e Dlemoeratid
Thefaut (topatbctels are crowded county, f' .,
with tourists. d atW *os .J$ses: