Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01896
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 3, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01896
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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IShlNITI O So far as rail communication was
nu concerned, 'the city 4was almost an is.
land. The only communication, anti
STER TATES that vry uncertain, was by a road
,STERN vuIn sT11 8011otheast.
Sluslness all over the city was sus.-
SLives Lost. To pended. Manufacturers on high
ground were compelled to shnt downi
Placed at 20.' owing to the.almost total shlutting off
__laced atof the water supply. No street cars
ORTS EXAGGERATED. we"e running, nor wore any railroad
S______ trains going to or from the city north
Kansas City, Mo., How- or west or south. The blockade, at
Keansa v C -ity, oun the outlet tp the southeast, was so
it Very Grave-Thousand severe that traffic in that direction
Are Being Looked Af- was practically at a sta-nddtill.
efComrmittees-. 'C.reat Anxiety Pelt.
Kn, June 2.t i now Great anxiety is felt for the safety
t the total number of lives o the people of Kansas City. Kans.
ood here totawll nuber of exceed There has been no communication
od ere will o exceedwith that city since yesterday, and ox.
hahustive efforts to get word from there
a were lost in the fires, and this morning failed of any result.
it buildlngat were destroyed by Five reporters who crossed the Kaw
river yesterday before the flood had
reports were unavoidably ex- become so serious have nol been
4. The 'burning of lumber heard from since. Telegraph and
ye the impression that the telephone wires north, south and west
the northern part of the city are down and there were only a few
ig.and no one was found, who wires in shape to do business east.
Is estimate of the loss of life The river gauge this morning show-
e hundreds, ad 35 feet, having risen from 30.7 dttr,
She smoke cleared away, the tg the night. This is nearly 9 foot
ting and communication by higher than the previous high re'ocd
I difficult, additional light on made in 1181, There was 8 feet ot
ect was received this morn- wat' r in the union 'depot.
.the reduction in the estimated A great, swirling lake, dotted with
lfe followed, floating cottages. tr es, tolegraph poles
200 people arn still at North and other wreckage, covers the low-
One hundred' and fifty of lands as far as the eye can roach.
eight refuge in the upper story Similar flo-ting objects cain:e rush-
holen mill. They are well Ing down the Missouri rirev, auome of
extremely uncomfortable. It possibly Ifom Topela.
ist of Known Dead. The co*Sttoes having In charge
-lowing is a list of the known the work W-relief and rescue, were
*, busy today, and a special meeting of
;A. Jordon, a negro. the city council ,was held during the
rd, an aged man. forenoon.
Stitt. People Given Rations.

f Tu

a .

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in the river conditions at Kansas City
during the mext 24 hours. Sli tht thic-
tufatl~rrX mean but little in the way of
relief so long as weather cpOiitions
remain unsettled. A storm area is
central in ute middle Mi jaasippi val.
Icy, from which the West has not yet
emerged, and the threatened develop.
ment of -aother stcrm area .% theO
southwest carries no astUranhWo of Im.
mediate relief.,
Light to moderate raint ha bj fallen
in the Kaw and middle Rnd lower
Mi aouri valleys in thie past 4f hours,
and rain is falling over the g:,ator
part of Kansas, Iowa, Missourt and
Nebraska this morning.
Railway Traffic Completely Blocked.
Never In ,.he history of the west has
there beon a more complete pros:ra-
tion of railway traffic than exists now
west, south and north of Kansas City.
Tlihe approaches to the bridge of the
Cihicango, Milwaukee and St. Paul at
Sheffield, 10 miles west of Kansas
City, went lown this morning, al-
though the bridge is Intact and is high
enough to stand any possaale stago
of water.
The Santa Fe bridge at Sibiey, 25
miles from here. is the o:ly structure
of the kind still standing. Unless theo
water blocks the tracks leading to it
thMt line will manage to keep up tVhe
service to Chicago. At the offices
of the Santa Fe it was stated this
nrorning that one train had loft for
the west g- .1ug ovvr the Mis9ourl Pa.
cilc tracks to Paola,,Kan., t cnco to
Ottawa and then on to CalifOrnia. At
the Missouri Paclfic this was denied,
'the stattomwnt being made that no
trains had ;one over their line today.
IT* Wahash anno-need' th' nmoriihig
that they would b4ave a train east at
10 o'clock but as this train was expect,
ed to leave wer the Milwaukee bridge,
the Wa.bas hopes were blasted and
that line is for the time being, out of

tt. Thousands,, of refugees at the con- Train. Are Abandoned.
old son of Mr. GStrrtt. mention hall made their breakfasts 'The Union Paclfic has abandoned all
r. George M. hy Jackson, a widow, from the liberal rations lsaued by the efforts to r in .tratns west and an-
se Zanhy Jackson, a wdow elief commttee. T police ha Ve no that t would be fortunate If
nington. ewe orda 'to shot T:lht a :able to run trains into Topeka
s. ibeen ordered to shoo- ight any td of two W eeks.
M ont.gomer y. o oauo ugfit 'ptuspdring. -
Amelia Rutt .both children, T0he lumber of UIvea t lo at Ios f, T o, ^ ^ to o at 30
'rezel. cannot be learned for some time, ad t ..a. a t
te missing are D. H. -. probably never will to town dod.nl n crr.e nib
his san-in-law, A. 0. Keat. :nitely. However, there seems to b te t. Loui pae ngerO, Who wi.t ake
rescuers of the Hayner aple verification of reports which c er t ro
the women a.nd children amount for the loss of more than an Anothee.t lai -over this road
t boat. When they re, dozen lives In the bottoms. came in fron Chlctgo during the forr
doctor could not be found. The keenest anxiety is felt over the irllngton :tr4 uaing the Santsa Fe'
In a one-story house. Two situation at Kansas City, Kaus. One tracks out of tho station at Twenty-
the river a shirt marked rumor circulated during the night was aconal street And Grand natn-ue to
ing,". was round afloat, that scores of people had perished in Bfuckltn. T 'lMiasouri, Kanuas and
Roosevelt telegraphed to that city, but owing to the fact that h is rattcizg the usual nunber of
heyenne to Goveruor Bail. there has been absolutely to cmu.t* ttUt4 but Pot ftoa the city The
the assistance of the fed. nieation with that place steer ye at Rol
rlies, it .needed, as tfol- day, thee*is 1 general dlspoltont ekttad ffeist alt repo'it abaos
discredit thiJ nd Other ,meatloal
e, Wyo., May El.-Iion. W. reorts. oere, haa some. l o 1 is try
opeka, ioes- o of however is regardI ,wor train oS t of l. bealte.
shocked at 4of ml of su*wS Is ,,oo't .;1. *
lamlty .tata j No nrt Los .of LIf*& Mt ton n ta ins o t ee.
Iothere Is an$4yt lng& ts ws r *bii0e M O b 't| wtu Ka
tlesoa. ido, of cirselt ort a d i m a tha tm tt9A mtilf.- A',., u
*Thodore a 'u.t them 4i* 91 f 18 *10tl bitea of I, takerss Is at "ad ,~p
wrage iob t he govern dre as M wn tuowa. D o .
k this morulns 0oly abco t bil.ak.$ta.ihe rt wig' I,1" .
e*ooa get in or oat of To .ontina4ni pa wwe.t toa44f MOI(tN RI^V5R RICLOINO,
and that is the Santa Fe, flrtag the morulag 1t v rder that say
taporila. A train was set emaoergey bould h I Ipt$p met. Pu Vitsii-m' Are offering Pleom
ths morning at o'clock, ,Iarly it the mornIt r'il we aoun. i Many Pvationa.
r WilIl be sent out at noon- ed that thdre were t a i .of pW0' Dee WMnes, lowa,,4uue 2. -The Des
ia the train will try to g.io po on the lMi.*ite bil sai Moie rl-evrl la now back in it t, ak.,
wa on the Missour Pa was decided tot t hh was ast r
artty iJ from the bet e At t te ord prior to the pre t ood
r possble whl amount to terctom a hot state At e n-. The river l dcitlg a iths rate of
i #1,000.000. Th' whole se reats,. whire a amber n1 toh pid 4 e trm tis oP.
lpe tlll under Wetd p were reported to be dAtel s tl the o
- W .i r the O hutorie'I per sto ries of the .v T fW P ituad b, o d'
e~d u e tithe, sond s metories t :latoalsfwerothe otoed. .to t ha acm fl 001 thot tffillet
t"lldt have plenty ol of at a pract iAble uueet. y Wate : onade
. ii rIat 55od of ( Ood c up from the etolt.ack srs f+lW-*i-cs obil
$ I.; w nlh.c being t w ore o ou tO raof-o rt
anly t s o e Istbarrn s the floot in that 4Ie1trf.rt 0 TheV m*9r f 2 0e mnO
..i.. A...4 to be In so im..- -i al to b t ofWasto i no4 a.d
1<5 t however. .and probably w **n .dteoesa an .bmn rs ar
r! at1. present .a..
la bulla t Ian wlorl T e-taIken of until late today or t( ..ele 10 RIu are
Ilswo. btesame -t aoir- cati ad S $ taul s r#'s in 'tla t I
Sa r L Looters Ordered Shotw o';. t :itabi, :
tew is no Immediate anpr jWbrd was brought to polpflee heed' de ..WnPi#s 1 rrr
at the wool e i wi sta quarters this morning that d amfsoemr 4 V *:-*cl and Poet
at the slmew tie every .. f t men wet looting tottrs the et ea y tt4t rda %f,, but1.
. mande to trice pp bottom. They had IUP*O'#4 oato rn 144 if 11401.
polit a quickly SX potlbi weads from boards, &ax y4 prbpyl0hpr Ad t',
1y further lon of liU& th s with poles wqr ng ot Se Sg- 00lf
----- "a t"the :n throh thee-tors *ott trough the .
ION AT KAN stA i CITY. d tor W ows., As aeht ti AWt' 4 $ .. at
I Word was revoled by Chief of PoIce! i5t WS-t U Mv. agc
* an lsiandL--ilt Cewi msue Sayu, b1 border a *ehatflbatB of.. 115 .fl*i SP! ^i#
'cation Cutrt Off-.. j attest t1* tUw plae with stri'-t orders SOd t.. *
14t00, MoOfJuneith inf utt. frthe tbs.* y fa ound to t topt 0g
it e the flood sinatlo bare theti *f I* bst TW mae IL LS' ''"" '
tas reo t this t e *or* so lmrt$

i 4001r, a tt .. 1006t.".t.*| >^>: rra

tr p however. KU< *roably* *1 *A

still ti d up.

Feurtfen People Drowned-Property
Loss Raeches Thousands.
Fnmporlia, Kas., June 2,--ihe north
fork of the Neosho has fallen 11 feet,

but the south fork of the Cottonwood
is now 6 inches higher than at any
time In 30 years and another 2-foot.
rite has reached Strong City, 20 miles
weat. Reports from the country nll Ind
cate that the valley of the Noosaho is
a desolate waste,
Thousands of dollars' worth of farm
property and crops wore washed away
and hundreds of head of cattle, hogs
and sheep wore dr-owned No
loss of human lift is reported near
here, but at Council Grove, 14 bodies
are said to have been foun;l. The
"Katy" tracks are wtshed out on both $
sides of lVnmporia, but the Santa V
has repaired Its tracks and la run-
ning trains ifromi Topeka and Ottawa
to' Newton.
Railn fell here' almost continuously
yesterday. Temperature 7 degrees
above freezing.
Georgia Bankers'~ Asoito et

Georgia Bankers' Asaoclatlon Meet*
June 17 and 18.
Atlatnta, June ?.- -Thte ne meet lig of the (eootrga I '),'>h r a' as-
sociation will be held in Atlanta ,titte
17 and 18. Arrangements have boon
W) far completed at to warrant the
noting being an. ufinu.uiailly laI
one Itiid many of t he toi;t prominent
tuanickrs of. those nImpiro Stato of the
Sot0lh have writt.cn their intention of
atte adiig. Almost every bank In (leor-
gla will be r(pr(esnatled at the convttett
Uton as nmattora of much Importanc o
are to come up for discussions and ac-
Among thie any speakers who will
m.aklo addresses of portlinont ilitornst
to banking clrclh.s will tbe Mr. ltdgholy,
oomiptrollor of iho trona.ury ,tdepart-
sent at Washllnaton. One of the
tloasant. features will be an helahoratt
hlInmheon to be served at the houie of
tie Piedmont .Drvting club on Juno
17.. After this, the vlgitors will maolt
,a tour of the towa. In tho"eAveAlnig
the annual banquet will be iservod at
tIde Kimtball, which will Im the head
quarters of the cotnvOnttll. A ttt-
ber of exceptlonatly clever speakers
will respond to toaits, which art now
being prepared by those having charge
of this matter.
That tho guett will have evory ptm.
sbloe attention curing their 'tay here
J. guaranteed In the prines of the
zonbmiers of the local committee ,T heas
are T. J. Peoples. of -the'MadduxtLuck-i
or Baking rcompatny Joseph T. Ormate,
&# *h.,t. TZtJWr y J-t i TUll l haU nitit, nI

fi U1 i.t W L i-*Yw r u N i aim ano<
Frank Hawkins, of the Third National


Helena, Tupelo tnd Dcaitur Pall-
S Roa*d
N New Ineatur, Ali, June 2,-rThere
is o- silrong prohbbllHty that the Hot
ena, Tupelo and D4eatur railroad will
New York cpiltallts Is now i N Nwf
Doestur Iooklat lat the hitter, and
upon his report will larpsy depend
the ultimate futo of t.A road. It WO W
surveyed rnM tim, esie, .but owt x
to tie death of Mayor Melword, who
wag very atitw i PUto ibgi t ie eWter-
pri,. It was s"ffored to la *soaewhatbu
ft the proper terminal rfaIllties and'
the right of i .y are- obtal ed It thoe
fleaturs, an4 t4he peopl bhow the
reqisilte amount of alarm in the prs -
thb reoad will t o -Iit' at an eAn *
4da. Thi road wIM opt6en up one of
the. riob t eaO fra mfed Umlbe trIads
il the entire e0tb, ad one* whibh
hue nver bep, developed fthr bli of
railroad fcitltse.
AU Heieap Art, tthe too* will on*
poct wrlt tbhe lIabOp Ontral thereby
glitaug the two Ut. aturvo am addition
7*. iprwa p lt arq better tran ever-
itoIr f tt -it .4 wt will e f nn4erm.
r asset aes and and toL

awstee I t Sadly Omga & *



iduch Damage Done In City

and Suburbs.
Storm of Wind, R in and Lightning
Visits City-Several Buildings
Struck .by ,Lghtning, Calling Out
Fire Departmenti

Atla-nta, June 2.-Atlatta was visited
by one of the most severe electrical
alnd raint ator nm yesterday afternoon
in many years.
One death, throo fires, thn disruption
of the street car system and the crip.
pling of the telephotim, eloctrlc light,
tolograplh an.d police sIgnal systems,
were the results of ,the storm.
Miss Lulu lUiggis, who boarded at
721 Marietta street, while eating a -
collation on the back veranda at that
number, was 'truelk by lighting and
tinMst Instanttly killed.
The Georgia Avenue Piosbytorlan
church, whicit was located At the cor.
nor of Georgia avenue anrd Grant
street, was struck in t\v.o places by
ligtning and was burned to the
grotiud. '
The residence of i. D). DN y4. 837
church, was badly damaged by fire.
Tpe residence of Mrs. Norn Straus,,
pt t'Granit, stroot, which also adjoined
the church, was also badly d4atagff
by flre.
'[thirty olght trolley cars of thd' .
Georg ti Rallway and m1o10trlc company
had thiIr fusns i(burned out arncd be.
,atnlo lopfratlvo. hiottr othoeil wore
dorailled by taud and m(ntiudel *W wash
ed upon tho track. 'The entire system
wat4 disrupted for about two hours.
Th' M.doettrlc Ilghtinmtg system of the.
Ceorglt Raitlway aul I loct1 c ee omUNttv
was rendered liooporative froin about
4; St o'clock In thim afternoon until I
o'ltxok last night.
It wa the mount stivre storm that.
b'ha vialtod Atlanta for a ittumber of
'Tle storm developed to almost a
tornad) in In tMenilty. 'Tlit wind eatno
it swift guts, bluwlng thn torrents of
rain In blindkil shoots through tho
Flitsh after aflaBh of terriftying Hght
ng s ca"te and peal after p ul of doDp'
toned thunder shook tlhe window
panew, It wasi almost liko one con-
tinual roar.
The dwinage in and around the cityr
WrfI a^motwat to marny thousand dot.


Nle of Late MIlllonaire Meokay
Weda signor Martino,.
",W June ',,,v*relfpner. ddatighte
o ( euitns Tifenor and1 nicer f the
zAt# Jtofhn W. Malky, was miatrrled
today to timnor Otoo de Mo4tttoo, son
of fthe format utner saoetary of for-
eOign ffatir, .Thoe lvllii ceremony wiS
performed at the capt6aol >by th- mayor
The brId4'. wtlanesne were Lewis M
id4ng, ocrotary of the United Statee
embassy, and 0onnt Maceh. The
bridegroom's wltanMeas wfre the duke
of Terraso aad th4 duke of Beriae

Tho rolgtlous ceremony took p3le.
In the private ohg)po aof the# OabrIeilI
paasw, whee the. Tiftvnrs I.ve. Mo
signor Stoner, 4tn on (f SOt Johan La
1r01, afticlat.4 Th ortt4e's witafst'
e* at this erromony WMt .ormor prof
-ier, the Marquli"s 41 udnl, ad

The mace wa magntJleeantlyl dee'
*rMs l ..* *

Annle hteb Hold Mootwe,&
Obtcsgo, Jono t-he rr Jobs0 lisot
-no the pri ofipal se-hehx t1 place
rve yefateray fteoh at Sharp
bote,d under tme s.ilptec of the
Attetrs ittps Mly as ran-ahl
wet re ratt, ad at, detil of poltee
was tatl4aned4 Inn e grove. Anarchy
wa not dieuaeed. Moot advised hle
sadlanei to utlbol the Sa end itr
eOttulton of thbe n(lted Itatw. and
"statin fros any sets of violne,.

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House ii"-i

AgO'icOteiual I

JIt i&xth p0ptio n of a few mesis-
resa what" remaine upon the calendars
S4e the k o and Senate might as well
d.ies t:be advanced toa .third read-
*6 nd .aughtered by iIther branch.
l, good measures that are likely to,
Slce b 'Friday noon there will be hundreds
of dead bills for the bill clerks to bury
the next day.
'her.e wa'onetmore step iakiUn'i
the Wallee claim bill today. This
I .mapeasure isconsidored here, with. the
:e" exception of a majority of the Ho-use
members, as being a meritorious bill,
r and one that should pa'as. Today the
Senate refused to concur in the House
amendment reducing the amount of
compensation to $25,000, and later the
S Bouse refused to' recede, A confer-
ence committee will be asked and ap-
pointed, but there is al, organized op-
S position that cannot be overcome, and
if any bill passeg it must be for $25,000.
Another prppcuition, over whicl1
there has been waged a hot and bitter
:i fight, was killed in the Senate this af-
, ""'~eftrnoon, This. was Senator Palmer's
bill to enable cities and towns to as-
ps, and tax for mn~unipal. purposes
t he franchises of all companies, core
S portions or assoolations having fran.'
ohises or exerolsing any special or ex-
elusive privilege or franchise not al-
lowed by law to natural persons, or,
performing any, 1 uiblfe service Ttle
proposed law was far-reaching. By
some it was considered unconstitu-
tiptal, and friends of the franchise tax
bill introduced a constitutional amend-
ment to strike out the words: "Both

Ag^ 9C''' Fi K

l to Opncur'" in
orfifli School Law to.
oatson and the Florida

real and personal" in the property Fight Will be Bitter.
qualification *f the constitution, so as who will persist losing
to allow the Palmer bill to apply.. their ears against tlle continual r-
This amendment passed the House,but omendation of Dr. King's New Dis-
is tied up in the Senate. There is no
need for t w, the Senate having covery for consumption, will have a
need for t now,' the Sena te having l ong and bitter fight witr their tro-:
killed the Pofter bill by a vote of 8 to 'bles, it not ended earlier by fatal ter-o
18. mlnation. Read what T. R. Beall of
Doom fis also written all over Robert Beall, Miss, has to say: "Last fall,
McNanee's turpentine inspection and my wife had every sy.mpto of co-.
anlysis b illpentc c t vs all ndl sumption. She took 1. Kings 'New
analysis bill. It covers all naval Discovery after everything else had
stores products, and the naval stores failed. Improvement came at onte
men don't like it. The bill has been and four bottles entirely poured her.
advanced to .ts third reading in the, Gatanteedby t drug s. Price
60 and $t, .Trial bottles ree.
House, and has been a special order r bl free..,
several times. It was- reached again TO THE MANATESE EOTION.
this afternoon, and has gone over lne Way'Setler, an und
again until another day. The naval HW me Seeker atea
stores mon say that they will see that The Beaboard Al Line railway have
it is killed, when it does come up. arranged Ktho o attraot~ye rates
The general appropriation bill was rtoanged the 7 owng attrativeiratest
reported in the Senate today by Ben- Sarasota, a d
ator W ilson of the Seventl district., 'ro ..l.. ... I it .. .,
and will be taken up tomorrow foreon. 'Frm ttler.' tiv ket Me doWs ed
sideraton.Oneway 'le'. tickets endorsed
T idera tin second ltassa, j noI t good. In parlor or
The general revenue and license andn A ,oi.n
tax bills are two other important ongthe U, 8 be sld 'tL alpolus,
measures now under conderation In o tt art aed
the House, having pasd the Benate o. at rates baed one-half of the
having ased theenate 'first-class imir d2 fare, plus 2.00.
Both branches are now considering ekets will be sold on the :flt ad
House and Senato measures as they thirdtesdays of ea h month,. o land .
are reported, and .during the closing uin g Noembe 7th 5
days little elso will be done. Hseekers-.' e-utiiu xtioete' 0 :to
The Sbnate at tonight's. :session .ardsh, Ellenton, Palmetto, Braiden
pasd a b ill to create a coinnssion to w, Manate, Oneco and Sgruota
recast, plerrect and codify the s ohool ageny stations at one a, pie
laws of Viorida, ad submit, the same 2,00 for t6e6ro iIntri. its ill
at the next Legislature for enactment. i. id o the ftimtend ti~ Tuetay
Mr. Watson's louase bill to establish of eah month :, a ed inoluHti So*. O
the Florida Agricultural Institote inaI r t,,Mdyr"17 1W th titiaf lltl
)vceola county, appropriating ", it1""o be tood t6 stovOP O a
for its maintenance and 56.0 per an.- eabard AMirLn rtlway en rte on
numi for itsi support, was passed by the got Oura ytny withtiu .flet1t1 ay
Senate liy a vote orf 1 to 9. tr 1int1lt Uta : :,,
kjns Aif~l~rur Ltne: hrailiwa
During the afternoon 'the Senate 'hM aG i:sed Aomevery atratllye at
considered bSetmtour Peacock's god0 vetslatguTattorveorightsl'rata *S
roads bill. and this evening it was whieh ii boeinf distributd exdtoe vlivly
passed by a vote of 10 to 9, through the Northla t i ,orth-
The lHlouse spentI tho night. essi w ..... st.
considering bilkos n; sevontd read ing.
Another Gam, for Tampa.

fuil on the diaionl at Janksonvilhl yes- rI T S *wR o. t
terday afternoon, winning theocond hwitt oertched m t the
consecutive gaieo over 'tIlei Jatys illa I t'w tts- .
score of 6 to I T'hT.t 'ilnpa r, b ,ys .re itt-I wso ax' to |t .
good leldder atl hla.vy hitt-er., and a lot of pennies o a *trtet ct t@R
are showing Jaeksotnvill,i a "thing or ducstor tlht I torgot I had a ta~ ose
two" about the great nittinal gnnw. ticket lia my p '.Zi t t?, .


I T rI S1 AycrdsH OF

[!' :allkind on theb r

Atlantic Coast Line Offers Ore Way
Rates 6o Homps0oekers
The Atlantic Coast "Line Railroad
Company will participate in one way
settlers' rates from Ohio 'and Missis.
sippi river gateways-Oincinnati, 0.,'
Louisville, Ky., Evansville, Ind., tPa-
ducah, Ky., Cairo, S11., 8t. Louis, Mo.,
and points beyond; also in basing rates
frouin Memphis, Teni. (tickets- not to
bo 'sqld from Memphis proper), for
points on Ktid north of the line of the
VIrisco system (Memphis to Kansas
City), to the following poijis in Flor-
ida, Georgia, North and South Car.
olina and ,Alabama, located on this
system, or to which the company fnrms
part of an authorized ticketing route,
at following rates under conditions

Rate-One-hnlf of the standard bone-
way fare, plus $2.00.
Dates of sale-March 8 and 17, 1903;
April 7 and 21, 1908; May 5 and 19,
1908; une 2 and16B. 1903; July 7and7
21, 1908; August 4 and 18, .1908; Sep-
tember 1 and 15, 1908; October 6 and
20, 1903; November8 and 17, 1903.
Limit--Continuous passage.
Conditions--Contract and each cou-
pon of tickets to be faced "second-
class, not good in parlor or sleeping
Here are some of the staple crops of
the different sections of this territory:
All vegetables and small fruits,
peaches, pears, grapes, figs, oranges,
pineapples, grapefruit, watermelons,
citrus and other fruits, wheat, corp,
oats-aiid otherftgrains, tobacco, cotton,
peantits, hay, rice.
'The policy of the Atlantic Coast Line
is to foster all developments alolig its

It claims that it is the greatest
trucking road in America, and it pro-
vides every facility for getting farm,
garden and orchard products' to the
northern markets it the. best possible
condfltion, in shortest time, and at low-
eat rates.
In no part of the country is there a
greater abundance of game and fish
than on this line.
mNorthern farmers are invited to
write for information in detail about
the territory of the Atlantic Coast

Abstract & Realty Company,
E. E. YOILE, Manager.
Get an abstract of title to lnd before
buying. After paying tthe purdhaba.
money there is often no redress for tax
sales and uncanceled mortgage.

Manhattan "A" Tyveiter,
WRITEB .FO.$0 ..
OGuranteed for One 0year. SOl
monthly I-aymleftt at , 1!1t i-.l d'-v
v'ance to responsible parties.
ypewriter Rbbos, for -.


inl", elle, Florida.

mi... Ti S0 FES ,

'Ptesh Every Da
tivered 9 All PXrnt, of Olty.

Special attention to Cirous
and otber travieltga
aultiUce Purtes, v
0. lioz Ms, -

rlrs Veryhow Rte eon FV
Nevado 0
h1000o. Wro t00 Wo7 s~ iol
St. Louis and R
Juate N
,n Francisco, Lo. i

to retiutl o t .;

Denvr, Co.. and
t ff ,untt .:..


optness is the soul of business.-,
A man's best friends are his ten fin-
gers.-Robert Collyer.,,
IAttle things console us, because lit-
tie things atlict us.-Pascal.
The tvwo otiees of nemqry are collec-
tion and distributlon.-Johasom
'To see good In a heart that.seems
evil isa to beget good. there.--Wllilam.
ilenry Ph (rlps.
Fire fand sword are but slow engines
of tlotructlon in comparison with the
There iA love. and there Is justice,
susttce Is for oneself; love ts for oth-
er -R. L. Stevenson.
The shortest life is long enough If
It lead to a better, and the longest life
sla too short If it do not.-Colton.
Orlentaln R m.
The Armenian dealer in rugs Is prob-
ably the rp;ftlest of all shopkeepers,
and his e i1nivrles hnve so thoroughly
rannsnckCd the orient that the traveler
Ai =f-t ueuntly advised in Pemsla and At-
ghunistaun ts look for the rarest and the
best sl)eeluins in London and especial-
ly In New York. Yet even "re the ex-
peorlenocedl purchasaer can _,. notable
bargains. A gentleman wvho haI In Chi-
cago a very notable collection of Bok-
haras and who has traveled through-
out the orient in search of the rarest
and the most perfect fabrics lately
found three new specimens hanging
before a F ifth avenue shop and bought
them for prices which, allowing of
course for the duty, would have beeii
cheap In the tent of a Perslan.-John
Corbin in Scribner's.

representing a number Of prominent
American and English compares. -


27 I 81 I &5 I SOUTHERN
9 3a 00 P 10 p Lv............. .a'kaw
10 15 9 4 a' 2 50 P ... ...... ....... Bal
11 ...... 1 34P 4 20p ............. W a
. ... p Ar.......... ...... INEdar
1 20p...... ...... Lv....... .... ... Sliver
S 5 P 1 0 a ....... .....................Qo I
2 5 8 02a ...... .................. Wildi,
p 7 45 a .... ......... ..... Orl
414p 442 a ....... ................. Dade
1 p 4 a .. . ... .......... ..Plant
7 08p11 aIt ..... .....................Palm
* 28 p 11 46 & ...... . .................. M1a61
7 45 12 80 P .. .... .................. ..Sara
600 P 46 a ...... Ar........... ..... 'an
Lv Jacksonville........... 8456 760P ....
+ArFernandlna.......... Ii ota Op .p....
Ar Brunuwtoek.......... 12 01 p 10 35 P ......
Ar Savannah .............I lop 1 soa'......
Ar Fairfax ......... .. 09 144 .......
Ar Doetin rlt...... ........ 8 57 20 .......
Ar Columba................ 30p 8 ...
Ar amden............. 740P 64 a ...
ArHalolet,.........,.. 065p S O
Ar Wilmington.......... ...05 ...
Arilegh..........1..... Ipl0456 a.......
ArP wo ut............80 68p .......
AJO cbpon4hVa.......8 636 S l2p.......
SWMln1rton,............ lOlOa10 80p .
&ArBItltpkore.......... 111 a 1 Sp .......
rXiewVofl ........5..... 4.p 6a....I

mvlile........... ........ Ari 50 7 1
dwin ............. 10 12 1I (i
Ido ..................8. 2 4 .1 i
-VIL LE L ....... ...... v 7 63 i ti I, 1 l ^
S............. A 7 53 a
Key ....... ....... 5 15 a
Spring............... .. j5 '21
oIa . .
ndo.. .......... ....... .. .
w oty ..... ............ ..... ..
d i vyo ............ .. .... ...... i
etto .... .......... ..: , 42
altee .. .......... ... ... ...
sota ....... ......... ... ... 7
Spa ............ . ......
.v Jakonville...........................
Ar Lake City....................... ,
Ar Live Oak...................... o :, ,
Ar Madison........ .............
r Monticello... ...... ,
Ar Tallab asee................... ,
Ar Q uiney... ........ .. .. ..... ... 17
Ar River Junction ................... 5
Ar Pensacola..........................
Ar M obile...... ............ .........
Ar New Orlea sa............ .......... 7
Lv Jacksonville..................... :.
A tlanta......... ... .................
Chattanooga............. ,
N ashviile ... ............... ....... .
St l.ouls ................ ...... ,
Chlaigo........................ 1

Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 31, exe
Sardayas fro Gainesville.
ra ni 14eaboard Express, drawing room rPullman sleepers bet4,
Ta n i'ik1n64illead e.w York, via Richmond4 and Washington.. ,2TI
ble day coaches between Jacsonville and Washington, via Richnioniid. Cafr
din oar etvice from Jacksonville.
SonSeaboard Mall, day coache,, mail, baggage and express ears be
tween J sonville an4d Washington, and drawing room Pullman shl(pers be.
twen Jaoks0nvile and New York.
i'o. 6onects at Starke for LaOrosse, Alachua, Wi)leford, Wannec and
tinredite points, and at Aroner with Early Bird branch.
'1 0. ia 657, aullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville,
toeamersafor Key West and Ha vana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesday
an Thtrsdays, 11 p. m.
A. O. MAcDONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass, Agent, Jacksonville. Fla.
. C, OCOBB, Ticket Agent, Gainesville.


The'..," " Service-

'i nd aUdouthn Lines
7=mu. 0 teoiaMAcX$6 "nAJ
'r_ taZ Spll., 3

SS tg at C hA lestO n bo8 hwayesA.... -, .
S. From Foot fOtatheim Bserksenvice

topping at Palat., Alor, t. F aunei iresford (DelA )n, d and e
ISAtr ..':L a iisOn t. Johns Riter

..ted to sail as fo.ow er

-10 Aanfd v a n Monaysillde as i Fidays.
',^ ad.... .............. ..ack. ny.. ; ........... .. 'i '
e 8"m ... ad r....Leave
.A. -.-..... :. resf d (DeM d) -.. .,-

.. ... ...... C.
Let'_ t, Nv ,

I Q 01 P 0` 'W T 7

constieratton PROMIt PAYMENT or LOSSES.

.We cover these important points and respectfully
solicit a share of your business.

Fire, Life, Aeidelt ad Health Iusuranlce,

--Agents for theo-

Victor Safe 1and LoekCompany

The "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties contemplat.
ing the 15archase of a safe, or anything in that line,
from a box to a bank vault, will save money
by consulting us. Call on or address,

Information cheerfully ftunshed. GAINESVILL, FLOu[

Ifo nFW BAq6A". 0lo 1%1

S LA. B ..0 A..m. E
nA i R i l way,..

Air Line Railway.



Iw I

Reported TI
SWere Kill
lp'pWire ecf VWe.
lvlite Are Aft D4
siitance Telep
ly..-Grcat Dan
.JuPo 2.-2-A I

,eri cyclone has
hurli.g death
ral destruction to, I
:tis hous (1:30- p
one means of co
bng distance Bell t
use of the great e
ruth of messages
Wire is working a
la reported that 30(
killed In the col
;$ty. This report
I said thee blulding
. and nearlyI al'l
!Idest reports are
p veritable gale is
.dark clouds blottir
r wire to Gaineavi
-sbeen turned ov
Mnesville to be us
lihyslcians and ou
,er communication
'45 p. m.
iB Western Union
idown In the diroc

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EPSro ..
It Il Man ( ataklcay 2a WU aABtf 4wR Comes.
ILLE G A Atraveler gl8thitsthrilUling account
ofan .oirthquaKe In the far east:
"The one occasiounI wsa a panic was
hat Eighty in Calcutta in Jwaune 187. It was a
ed Saturday evening about 5 o'clock. It
led was pantingly hot, andi 1 was oune of a
party of pajama htlitd tpen sitting on
sttrn Union to the roof of a high hotihifving tea.
"We wet'e in the midst of a. imery
own-The BeU chatter when the w4ole building btomn
hone is Work- to tremble, We were instanttly hushed
ag Done. andilogking at one another with blank
faces until a weeligi of terror took lpos-
Dpecial t6 The session of us, and somebody shouted,
'My God, anuearthqu:'ke!'
struck GQainos- "We S:tapipede.l Thiere were three
broadcast aind flights of stairs to go down. and of
property. course the fattest and Alowest n4auu was
. in.) there is In front and blocked the way. The
mmunication-- walls were cracelting anu i awnlimg; the
telephone-andAi plaster was falling in chunltts.
excitement and "We were all b.trofooted, but that
for physicians, didn't matte;' III front of the house
Sly. w th lueidanl the W-g t open space
30 persons have in CAilcftta, We. ran there. A -groat
ttoui mil near part of the adjoining house cameo down
hos not been with a oar, Thewhole 1'rout of a ws.
paper oilee crashed into'tle s-treet. The
g was blown to top of the catlhe'dral spire came off laid
t empl felllthrough the rof into the chance].
Sl "horses were stricken with tuaditess
on the stree and were careering furiously beyond
Ste trt all control. The natives were tihrlivk-
now blowing. ing EuroDeaus. blanch cheekedl, tore
ig out the sun. ^ hon. s, ,d
ng out the sun. from their houses, and iuy 'of the wo-
lie from Atlan- tMn fainted.
er to the city Aihe thing I will never forget was
ed in sumnmon- what foliow,,d. There was the crunch
side aid, and of ripped walls, and the whole earth
was impossible was heaving and trembling very munch
like n ship that has banged against a
reports every pier ntd ttlken time to recover. The i
Lion of GaineS.- awful sensation was the feeling of im- ,
nrteniov. [

SitU was learned through the "Th eaertiquake, lasted only five
phone company that the death miiiites, though at the time it seemed
, fllexceed 16 or 80. like hours. Men could only stand on
S;plyoine struck the city In the the heaving. sesiick ground absolntly
"rri portion and destroyed the helpless. unable to speak, but staring
00vylle cotton mills. Into each other's white countenance
a- citing for the earth to yawn. That
Hhis Last Hope Realized, was the terrible thing; crowds of folk
tFrom the Sentinel. Gebo. Mont.] reduced to nmute horror, helpless, just
the first opening of Oklahoma to standing with big, wide open, naffrlght-
1er. in 1889, the editor pt this pa- ed eyes, and the brain cramped in con-
was among the many seekers after templatton.of what might happen next
une who made the big race one fine moment."-Exchange.
in April. During his traveling
it and afterwards his camping upon FRUITS AN D FLOWERS.
ilaim, he encountered much bad
r., which, together with the severe Te peach blosoms before the leaves
, gave him a very severe diarrhoeL appear. "
Si it se e im l The apple, pear and cherry put out
4h it seemed almost impossible to their leaves befor blossoming.
Ak, and along in June the ease b- t r leaves bef ortwe blos, omingpberre
ieo bad he expected.to die. One to reach their bst ,learlng onditiou.
one of his nelghbora brought him Plan0 Wanted esp ially tfo tlow(r*
small bottle of Chamberlain's Ing should nover be allowed to po6due6,
Oholera and Diarrhoea Remedy B eed. .O parent this cut ot all the ol
iast hope. A big dose was given flower as soon as theya wither.
wi".le he was rolling about on te ....
i*d in great agony, and int a few R tU pltMt bem ne ee r
ntes the dose was repeated. The at Intervals from two .consldersiezi.
I effect of the medicine was soon The plant uses up.the available f.rt1lity
oed and within an hour the patient in the oil and tllasthbpot with toots.
taking his first sound ileep for a in n-tting plailts it is Well to slak..
night, That one little bottle work, off wlitever, earth can be, separated
'complete eure, and he cannot help without btrakingu and injuring .the
feelgrateful. The season for bow-
liso'ders being at hand suggests root, when water and sha4 for a few.
item. For sale by all druggists days-
edleine dealers, The yew tr a t deAtitnt of
-- brAuhbepor ba. n rows iX tlieA tuoa-
test i.t .acrce of Cartro. .+ to h.' r 5
',O i. V rki .' /.. :i^ 2.---T.e Landon 3:',6V
Hin c'rE- I <'.ah:w'l the'British U it i id .t~ Op
,st t i: ('"-I .. V )aezti l.la, to p1,- 0 3
c'r irt toe csto e .ere of the a lt *e

-flttd m.ere i at: O'uin.oco coalitat4e p
4i Thnid.t H'erail:. tit simoV ha4gy t-.

in the emaos o

A piewdld Remedy. ..C cf. al t *
Trsgino pain s, rheumatism, I wC tON o tt Er4 *

ad as 'fft pins yield to the pulp: that l o. tftelri s
iLt.tc plm yleld to, th ipulp;s tht o84iO4ii ttm

tiig Ifltence of BtllIard's -rL, blnk ad white..4igw a# tte
Tri ent. ,Ith penetrates to of al and tl.e a: t
n4. bone, and btlig pbsort gd t m d 4-iWst" of
eU f b l Its Isetllng properties acitb that of the *.,,, ,
'.i of the body at.ald a.nd a "er .Itui.vr
Some rfl cure. Mt.i mt ofore .t.tn t .d "
.;,It== z olil. I!
olino:, Gu+t of st c. ;rt. miuzig ,an;i
OW tn sm.t .. at, S': s
.< l ae. eta.. h so ta. W tl ,ommtte.o

1 t Johnson Bro. lastoaanc shows that thefa 49 S
it in CQurch Rowdy a ar
aa tn. 2.-Two a water bill, tale it4dlo ,t .
;: o* an' "" Ho'i od, itihat perAips the s4tcr l'h"jst :
\Me: a d'lasey t d hr ,*ham order4. In rplp the'yIr U l' .
and aeliber eagro. W1U ttttt tue mt ier had teen.thtal
.as puital.y Itlty 'be:t l1' wae found to. rt'- a'l4 5 fiSSinMU k iv*e to repSt.r ft wiith another. WU i
'R io (n botte& t of te se 1o'y at ow,-rnOte wt0 doe4. 4 aint
m. .hldI" Mmi, I:Mi tbih . itlimt -of ae w. t ..t$ Mpaly4t

*V the b a d I a nalt.. yasen
a4 4 -1. *; m4e t .- --*4 e s
is- Verst3


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a 8 and 4 will 'not ru bet ween (iniat.villl and Pliloldl o-o i d
II. LE BAIKEC1, GeneraI Snpeorntendent.
LJL, Agent. JA4. M. GfA OAHAMPreosldent.

iThe AtiantK


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1is' iBTA~LI&ED 18

.AlachU Coi unt

Abstract Co!

B. R. COLSON, Manager,

Tho question of Title a
first eonslileration for tho

Abstract of Title
To iny- plietr uiland In
A.laieh Iu county furnlshled
oin lipi dll itiou.,

AND i'AIi)
Ad all ilmatters coneern-
Ing the redemption of Uln-
vaei.iled tax ertlitcatea
attenedl to promptly.


New l)sIgn1 In All SIXOs.

A Fill A iON illtmeint Iheli4lhlot
I|1 littot I'atterns*

Spring and Summner


Gainesville Macbine Work
Can turn and straighten whole length
of lihafting and Pp1e-OuttIng
up to la oIlis.

P. H. WESTAARD, Prop. aMd .

JonMl> Pl L ,i,. lPoe. J, t1. W a;inwru M ia

otN SU(oSS KE CO.,

( prompreetoud

MlOM rfn4 l0t 0401 aUw .tO l pfiUtO1tfM
t ov wi* Mreous i rtty;, Orryrs by i
a at 4hue ile .
&^(lM~rtM nif. r e +dr uMseWM i ctti

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,llered a~ ti0e Pist Ofllme at Gainesville, Fla.,
S ui elond-llass mail matter,
B, MocIUARY. Aitor and Prop'r.
JESS E.R BUWR'fZ, City Editor
0WT MAti 8MaBse0B, S TULNPHONS 43-2
T' .'RDaiL SVm,published every morning ex-
0i".. j eptUlondav. delivered by carrier In the city,
or called to any part of the Unl ted States, pos-
.i .'for yaresr.$,2o six month's; $1.S5
""Ob. Mo'u'teeimont!: or 0 oonats for five weeks-
^. tri:o;: utrilotly In advaue.e,
i Beadin anoutus ii local column, 10 cents a
S lineor rliat insertion, and 5 cents for eacti ad-
8:' L ttoonal insertion.
Rates or .disolay advertising made known
on application. -
The Twice-a-Week Sun Is in eirlit-page.
forty-colunir paper. iubii)sheld every Mon-
S day and Thursday, ntil cOontiilis iil the
0OeVs of the week, local, state and gen-
Oral and will be mailed. Ipostagie free. to any
.... of the United States or Canada. for $1.00
I ylear--Jt advance.
All advortlslnr bills become due after first
p, earance of advertisement, unless otherwise
S Mpulatedin contract. Parties not known to
0 will be required to pay for atvertlsing in ad-
vanoe. Address. TH.E I)AILY SUN.
; "'"' *.GA.INiIVI ,LL FLA.


There is to lie a grand picnic on the
west side of New Riv'r, at Long
Bridge, on Friday, June 12, and a
tremendous big crowd is invited and
Among the distinguished Floridians
who have been invited and who are ox-
pected to be present aro lion-. It. W.
Davis and lion. C. M. Brown, eandi-
dates for governor; lion. James E.
Broome, candidate for secretary of
State; Hons. J. M. Barrs, A. 0.
Wright, W. A. MacWilliams, Jas. E.
Alexander, Frank Clark, candidates
for Congress, and other distinguished
orators. lion. Frank Harris, the able
Ooals editor, will also be invited to be
The address of welcome will be de-
Wyered by that able and veteran sena-
tor froin Bradford, Ilon. J. B. Crews,
and the response by Prof. Schell. At
this picnic will be fired the opening
guns of the great political campaign of
next year, and a great time may be
confidently preditetd.

Since 1700 the area of the United
States has increased from 827,844 to
8,629,918 square miles, the number of
counties has increased from 807 to
2,807, and the total population has in-
oreased from 3,920,214 to 76,802,387, or'

From an itinerant musician, the
fdughter of a poor harpist, Miss Mario
Hall has become inono n ppe,'rance the
foremost woman violinist in .11 Eu-
rope because of her minarvelous execlu
tion iand syinlpithetic playing.

The death rate of the globe is esti-
mated nit L8 a minutee, 97,920 a day, or
86,740,800 a year. The birth rate is 70.
a minuto, 100,(H) a dity, or 86,792,000 a
year, reckoning the year to be 865 days
in length.

A huntidred yers ago $200, or at
most, $250, wias th nallowanoe of an
actress for a season's costumes. Those
figures s'ietnitritiige ill these days of
elaborate and etlp.nsive dressing on
the stage.
Of thl, 5,r-, deaths ill Chicago hi
the latit, two. iilonlih, 18,185 haye been
caused by pfeiiluonimi. Trho doctors
are unnllo to tell why there is so muchl
*pieumioniit. l'hey think it Is con-'
\VWhein i iitn rctkoni s up how muclh
it costs hint to ive he figures on how
muci is lIft for clotlies; when a wo-

Inan has Ilgured tiup what her olothei
cost, lits etiintiilis what is left to
live on.

The only womnit in America who is a
profeasionialdriver of race horses, is
]irs. Frank llimrd. To frivolous wo-
men sthe says, buy it good' horse and
see what it sulprior it will make of
There are 278 lel'irs in the country,
of whomt Louisiani hias 1i ('aliftrnia
24, Florida ".4, Minnesota 2.), New
York 7, and a few othcr 'stiutct ditif'r-
uent numbers, raging from I ito 10.

When a Japaniese wsvoriumi lnters a
railway ear in her owii land she slips-
off her little wood or riH th, t's, st.ids
upon the seat anid theln Aits dlowin with
rebr feet under her.

There are graduated 'from colleges
,'laS t ruiited !Stateas o f .m 10X to
,. :, K si..,'.. ans. h k ast. al needs
Qf $:oRat^y eallt, for044,l about
.It. "N. 10,8

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Freegard, Propr. Grand View Hotel,
Cholley, Kanil., writes: "I have used.l
Iferbine for the past twelve years, and "
nothing on earth can beat it. It was
remoimmended to ie by 'Dr. Ne*toni
Newton, Kan`" 50e at Johnlson Bios.
Chile NeotliatIg Loan.
New York, Juno 2.--The govern.
mient is, ccordnltn to a Herald 41 A,
patch from Vabpraieo, Chle, neltlLt' Riow t
Ing a 10oA of of$5,000,000 pay r.t"e
bank "of Tarupapea' and UsQ Argeatina
dt)t and to cover thiletuatmtlents due lt
this year on the two wer-siii ia .w
etourse of conutratctiop. VcounA 4 l
SParamond, naV~a attach. o tti< FPruol pp
embassy at Wash*niton. ha. amT d vt to,
study thti orauitustlon o0 tke Cal i ii


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S pree Holm es, said to have been
.Tos. Ohl, the able Washiton cor i i e o county, Georgia
res pondent of the Attlat, Onstti- es hoe uliiillred
ti.o0, refers as follow. to a letter r- The board of Visitors of the Uni-
e.tntly received,from eon. E. Alex- yerity of Virg tia will elect a preasi
ander: dnt for that noted Institution on Sat,
When Jim Alexander reaches ithe I- ir4ay, June 13.
take-my.pen-in-hand ,stage, theo only A great mass meeting 'has been held
finish really ii sight is that of the man In, Richmond in which Ohristiana and
who has to read his epiatle. He runs Jews Joined "In denouncing the Rus,
on aild on, interestingly, but apparent- Slan massacre.
)y with no end in sight. From Call, News of the floods' at Topeka and
who always' heads his list, to Hart- other points in 'the weat..ontinue to
ridge, then 'to Colonet, Gunby,. who 'be appalling and' the list of fatAlitlesl
might have been judge except for his ti increasing.
youth ; then to the brilliant record be- Sunday was a quiet day at Jack-
ing made by young men in Congress-_ lon, Ky, Jett's cell wias examined
with special mention of Howard and to see if the prisoner tlad implhmento
Brantley of, Georgia, among others; by which he could escape.
then to Railroad Commissioner Jeff Two negroes and one white person
Browne, than whom "no purer, more were killed in a riot at Pittsburg, Pa.,
honest man, or clever fllow, or tryer The whites attempted to break up a
friend ever lived," then to Folk, of crap game when t4e fight opened.
St. Louis, who enjoys the distinction Pormer Postmaster General Ohas.
of having been born near the spot lmory Smith, in answer to charges
hallowed as Jim Alexanders birth- of Tulloch, attributes the charges to
hallowed as Jim Alexanderlack of knowledge on the part of
place; and after that, his compliments Tulloch.
to tilepresent membershipof the wStocks at London during the past
Florida Legilatutire' consisting .of week were dull.
"some of the handsomest youngtnen Rios, the fanatical Fillpi.no leader,
that ever sat in a legislative body." has been convicted of murder and
That this may not be taken entirely to sentenced to death.
themselves by Spedakr Oromwell Gib- Irish Nationalitsts made demonstra.
bons and Bob McNamee, Alexander tons at Liverpool. Thirty thousand
goes on to include President Frank Irishmen were In line.
Adams, Governor Jennings and "a The offclal report of the earthquake
majority of bis cabinet." When Jim at Van, Asiatic Turkey, placed the
decides to turn to c0tnpliments, no 1 number of dead at 860.
guilty man is permitted to escape. The elections In Peru on Saturday
He is contemplating running for Con- were conduetej' In a quiet manner,.
gress. Candaimnobeing successful in the race
Uncle Sam has shipped $2,800,000 in A Tokio dispatch says the house ofl
silver to the Filipinos. This money representatives has adopted all the ap.
was sent in beer kegs and it took, 250 prorlat!ons moved for naval expan.
of them. The government is coining Alon, but bhas rejected the proposed
altogether. $75,000,000 in money for expenditure ir Fourmosa.n railways
the Filipino. and harbor works.
_he__ __po. Two emplo>(,3 of the Milnes flout
mill who were attacked by Buibonic
Catarrh Cannot be Cured plag'uo, :Iled In the isolation tents al
With local applications, as they can- Callao Saturday, cables the New Yorli
not reach the seat of the disease. Herald's cu'rI oiiundentt at Lima, Peru
Catarrh is a blood or constitutional They had been in the tents 22 days.
disease, and in order to cure it you Minister of Finance Rouvier, by in
must take internal remedies. Hall's slating or rigid economy in all depart,
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and ments has succeeded in drawing up a
acts directly on the blood and muous budget without a deficit, says the Paris
directly on t l t coserrespondent of the New York Herald
surfaces. Hall's Catarth Cure is not a There tlo roafns, however, twhe set.
quack medicine. It was prescribed by terent of tAi.e floating debt created
one of the best physicians in this coun- y tIhe 'I*efl f the lait: four year.
try for years and ls aregAlair prescrip- i orthis 'ie ropoea to lamue |i co.
tion. It is composed of the best tonics soUtdation 4oan.
known, combined with the beat blood -- "
purifers, acting directly on the mu- Bhaenlite. /
cous surfaces. The perfect combina- Blobbs-Wigwag boasts that he has
tion of the two Ingredlents is what never made an enemy.
produces such wonderful results Ii obb-erap enemies are bt,
curing catarrh. Send for testimonials uot made.-Philadelphia Record.
free.- "-
F. J. C NdNY & Co., Props., Tdedo, 0.
Sold by druggiets. price 75o.
Hall'a Famiy Pil a a the best.istr

l "ow fier Eating
ly Attackilng Mrs I. Shermajelskl
yepstrday, Frank LilnskI, her broth- Nausea between meals, belching, vom.
er-linlaw. was struck on the head with tihig* flatulence, fits of nervous head.
a fiat iron by ono of her son. and
thrown idown a flight of stars. A ache, pati in the stomach, are all.
half hour later Iiznskl was dead. sympItoms of dyspepsia, and the longer
Whether he died' as a resilt f the it is neglectedthe harder it is to cure'it.
ejected cannot be decided until the Hood. .a .rs paril
Inquest.n. Blurns of carbolic enld n 9 Z /
were found in his mouth. .The t- and Pill
tack on Mrs. S~h ermajCIskl i saIl Radically and permaneptly cur- tb-*
to have followed her refusal to marry strengthen and tone the stomach and
lznasld;. 'other digestive organs for the natural
Hot Weather Weakness. performance of their functions.
If you efel fagged out, listless aind Accept no UlUbtituto tor flood's, 4
lacking in energy, you are perhaps "I had dyspeps1l twenty-flve year and
u ierg from thper aps took different medicines but got no help
r ig e i e until I bep. tatilg Hood's Sarsapari'la.
of summer weather. These symptoms e taen tot tea o th medicine
Indicate that a tonio is needed that ta fnow auat< tnpt anything, sleep
willcreate a healthy appetite, make wel, thav no &t ii i. my stomach. no
digestioti perfect, regulate the bowels burning and GtsresB." Mas. WitzuAx
and impart natural asotivity to the O. AnAit.r, W i Bt.Providence, B. I.
liver. This Herblne will do; it is a .O's $ i .a promnlet to
ifiu{l~f int.it,&i ant resatnpatav H ,I eut. end promise.

DR. M Pf T l'S Cures Chol0era-Infantum,
Diarrhoea,Dysentery, ai
the Bowel Troubles of
Children of Any Age.
Aids Digestion, Regulatt,
Ngy.--- ) the Bowels, Strengthns
SCosts Oily 25 ceits at Druggists, the Child and Make
Or mail 5 cents to C. J. MOFFETT, M. D., ST. LOUIS. MO.
aNc B ',CNov.29. 1900.-I was flrstadvised by our family phylcian in Charleston to use TITTHINA
with our baby when he was but a very young Infant, a a preventive olf collo amd to warm and sweeten tie>st,.ii.1
Later it was useful In teething troubles, and its effect ha been found tobesovery beneflolaland 8g free front inr
that are consequent upon the u of drugs and soothing syrups, that we have come to regard it. aift'r i i -.
children, asoneof the necessities when there Is anew baby in the house'and until tiUe teething troubles r ".' ,d
we take pleasure In recommending It to our friends a nstead of the horrid stuff'that so many people u > 1,t 1t.,r
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SM OTHERHOOD is the reward nature
SLL bestows upon healthy womanhood.
Women whose vitality has been sapped
by disease cannot safely give birth to chil-
dren. In pregnancy and in childbirth weak-
nesa of the mother is revealed in the pain
-and agony shb suffers.
This great medicine drives out every ves.
tjge of inflammation and weakness, and
gives tone and strength to the delicate or-
S.. gans which mature the child8 The pains of
pregnancy are banished by Wine of Cardui, and mis-
carriages, which blast so many fond mother's hiopep
are prevented. Flooding, which so often occurs after
childbirth, is corrected when Wine of Cardui is used during pregn anev.
Wine of Cardui babies are healthy babies, because, uring thr
months of pregnancy, the mother is able to give them necessary vitality
Sand strength. .
With th se facts presented to American women no expp't:oat
mother should be satisfied without the re-inforcement that Wine of ('Cari ui
will give her. Every mother should be able to treat herself in her Lome
with this valuable medicine.
Wine of Cardui can be secured from any druggist at $1.00 a bottle.
Solycarp, N. C., Jan. 11, 1902.
lam the mother of seven children and while inpregnancy with tHie
firstsix suffered untold misery until theywere born. One month before the
seventh was born I began to take a bottle of Wine of Cardui,which gave wie
relief after taking three doses. I used the remainder of the bottle until the
birth of thechild,and was stouter in three days afterthe birth than I was in
a month after the birth of either of the first six. I am 29 years old.



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L rrespondent Pays Highest
10-16 Depa~rtao Past i
Swli Jtlne 2.-It was witi deep
Ioet khat we learned of the death of
h; A. H, Waters, oneeofMelrose's
itte (nd wmost easeemed winter resi-
dncet. fir. Waters was beloved by all
who knew him, and his kindly, familiar
figure will be sadly missed by every
'wmal, womOan and child in the comrn-
jtwnity. x
He whs a man of most gentle nature
and was a true peacemaker, a man
evr ready to encourage and s.Tbstan-
trally-nIelp any enterprise tending to
improve the town, and- helping
the needy in his quiet and unosten-
tatious way..
The unconscious ministry of such a
life through long years must leave un-
-told blessings.
His whole heart seemed centered in
his little church at Melrose. This loss
will be felt by all, but especially by his
little flock,
A memorial service was held at #the
Lutheran churob on Sunday, May 81,
"by the Rev. Julian. The church was
"beautifully and most tastefully
decorated with white flowers, a life-
sized portrait of the Rev. Waters was
placed on the altar, which, with the
i.nlnit and organ, were draped in black.

!|he church
ily in Melros
Rev. Wat(
county, Pa.,
uated from t
wGettysburg i
eran Theo. S
Married in t
nah C. Steck
opened the
phan school,
pal until 18l
" He leaves
SWatters, Rev
J.,Waters, a
. The funeral
:Pa., on May
Mr. Maun
-,burnt out on
|his furniture
occupying t
prison on Lak
The colore
week, some I
bout the s
are present
essed the
eased at ti
is of the
good be
of the
,e total
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OmerIke UPIupltntendent' of the
-01' : ea, ry+ System.
[Fe 'W&^tI Augu W.. ?4aeen, former general su-
perintendent of the free delivery sys-
Stemn of.the postoffce department, who
was arrested on the charge of receiv-
!ljj a4 percentage of the profits of a
concern furnishing supplies to the
Dostotfice department, will be pre
rented to the grand Jury next Wed-
nesday. Witnesses have hoon sub.
penaed from this city, Weit.ilnater,
4d,, Machen's summer residence, and
Toledo, 0., his former horne.
Postoffice Itnspector Maiter, of Chi.
cago, who worke.i up lniot of the evi
dence against Machen, wil! bo. one of
the chief witne ses for tho govern.-
ment. The- names of t p witnesses
by direction of the cour-t, ire under
Postmaster General Payne today
called attention to the published
clhargp that the amniouts palid by the
government for rentals of itostofftices
in New York state exceeded what the.N
Whlould be by over $500,10O. J. F.
"The fact Is," he said, "that the to-
tnl Pamount of rentals for postoffices ....
In the state last year aggregated only
n$,;("SS l. This includes rentals, light
and heating."

wIas Well filled, every fam- Inaugurated In Philadelphia and In.
je being represented. votves 90,000 Operatives. !
ers waa born in Mercer Philadelphia, .June 2.-A general
March 4 824, and rad strike of textile manufacture- was
Marh 4, 824, and grad naugurated in this city today involv.
he Pennsylvania college at ng about 9(0,000 operatives. Of the
n 1853, and from the Luth- 600 firms eugaged In the textile in.
*eminary in 1855. He was dustry here 47 have granted the tide-
he same year to Miss Han- mands of the union and their plants,
(. In 1880 he founded and ernploy3ng about 15,000, are In opera.,
Jumonville Soldiero' Or- tion. Al of the 63 ingrain carpet
of whieh he was princi- mills are idle, affecting directly 3,000
4 weavers and 10,000 hands In different'
three sons, Rev. J. A. departments. The dyers who are said
r. M. S. Waters and Dr. O. to control the situation, are on strike
nd one daughter, Mrs. S with the exception of those of the
Borutksilre ill i, In the ,northeastern
set tion of the city, which has con.
l took place at Pittsburg, ceded the 56-hour week and Increased
27. the wages of the men from $12 to $13
had the misfortune to be a week.
Monday night, losing all The ingrain carpet weavers art. ask
e, clothing, etc. He was lug besidea the 55-hour week, a 10 pet
he house of Mrs. G. Mor- cet i ncrease in wages.
The mill of John amd'James Dobson
e Gertrude near M rose. ployng 2,000 operatives was closed
d Baptists had a reunion inde4lnltely today. 'Phe worktnen were
meeting during the past notried tt they could return to wort-
twenty-five ministers and at the prisent rate of wages, otherwise
ame number of delegates the mill, would realn, clO od.
jt. All the visitors x anywoman Tt5K P.oon.
mselves as very muoh Pnrieton, N, 3., June 2,--Mrs .O .
meir reception by the mem- r ly oa. bril, aged' 37, wIKeof Julel GOan.
Melrose Baptist church, bril, of this city, died today from tak-,
also speak very highly of ing poison last n-ltht. Her husband
ehavior of all present at recently left, her. Both families are
services.. The steamer wealthy. She was the daughter oft
e a special trip to carry -the late Daniel Kendle.
delegates back to Waldo -
rainfall for Melrose during A. wAneedete of bDamlao.
orichesd .(n M SpeakQi of Alexandro Duimas, a,
'6 inches' writer says that his chief characterli-
tic was his tttter dl.41eard of money.
tATION POSTPONED. .o made hillons, but never Ad a
- franc at liit command. "*For a plto. "
t of Picnic Exercises Will said hbeolnon ooccason Dunasuti
be H*ld Friday. Invited co: pany to diAnter. 4, iI4I*
it of the union picnic to. t tht e 414 o. t tand1t p bration of Jefferson Davis' O i1ik a 5
S been postponed to Friday a t 0 1 s lti D
hen Kirby Satith Chapter 3 *17 $t
1ll bave charge of the lo Ve 1*,B i
at Mr. Mason'. pairlorz; tlw; e gi t vel i
riste musical program bhasa tadd ht os. .b ati
arranged. The public .( sent o to pe. W t
ed to be present and aisIst the jarit'In 't rtboas, 1 t
patronage. The funds do- o ioie chai a btt hlj,
this sale will go to the. t. 0U7'i
Confederate Monument -
So"Well. tIpob, whbt is it?" kedt the
...ie t druggist of the s l boy wlt a bottle
Pdol Gives Strength In his band.
the digestive organs to dit- "Please Mr. but loes the w* odeih
late and transform all of t got tf a W mother as bltr t we."a :
sine food that may be eaten V" mnd what't istats WIMo
id of blood thot nourishes ity
feeds the tisuess, hardens tobuer didt Wa rlis o $1 titoI
nd recuperate the or- or internally.,and st t
entire body. Kodol Dye- s a m lstakete'*1 n b,'g *tr if
. eures Indigestion, Dys- -.-.t*etV64 %_::
ih of the 8tomnaeh nd all l .e ri3W a PMegarg e* .
soters. Sold by Bodiford La rry- ow 4M M/ pbi kIW i 3 hi
. }arm ? ... ..
,.--- -- n,-tiowia the d.ito'f u& C
tandance Is Large. scriluton.
citation of applicants for-
tite publite *ehoiis of Ala- 10 n,--I ; tt bew @n y 0Va b W '.I
y betgn in thitcl'i, yetter-t+ jih Ite*rl' W .
g, and both whioe and eol-t' ----" _"
nations are -largely *ttend- { : nttt *1. tiw* 1, ,I|*
e opening there werSe fifty.- I 'W 't go I y w'*at jlit" Wt
.a *' i 'wenty-.I colored I by r' asked the t 4.kfh tY4W5 0 rr ;
d. 1$ i.l zpetted ibat raisy n"Pe. ole g wi.d fr g fililky whI#&I1
i'ri. d . l Us & iht "AW. +.e
m r r1 0 0 t S 1 0 -y l t -.
ownor of det po',,+wr.
bIrb^Os wMeieake. Atn1 wbo't i ; g +'td 'ry" . ,
lt & 0o. i the RAm!a of s 'h h g-'yt dars ,it.p -,.d' o"-"4'itlh* ;

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It is a food in liquid form-
Seasily assimilated by 'the
weakest stomach. Produces
appetite, health and vigor.
Doctors approve it.
All druggists sell it. Prepared only by

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St. Louis. U. S. A.
S3re e'rs of the famous Budwelaer, MIchlob.
Black a Tan, Fauet. Pale-Laaer, Anheuore-
Standard. Export Pale and Exquialte.
Orders proniptly tilled ly
lI)W ARIl) %. ltholesaloe Ifhaler. (Cai'nesville and O(hu, Flia.

.lls! *Theytempot, lv -
ct a kre constle ipaI
by agitating

bowels, bt,t rePgular ac ",)i c'riot Dbe secureUd nti til e iver
secretes c iou~, bileo ,l mI.ike the tiutestites
execute their natural ftunotions. Unnat-
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continual U:ad lnlre:~. LIe.' s to Hi ei
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6Men We Want to Talk To.
I beWt'/irt ,I,''-very ma~n in i a'(ieavilte a,'i l <'a clid' ffntr(t-
if ever mafn 'h dety/' man + '. G'oinill/fe wu./id r mreo struaith/ toi us fi f-r l, fi'rs t1-'f/,14U.
Jo W.e u' k u~ ill t.idf h fa flittl/v rfr .n t fni t/1i AIf'tO. '/hi'
u 'ek' ( r' to V u+l u / 1 dir, ctd

VWhy are the Liwt-d ress.,t men
i G ainmlsvilS our patrols?
Whily do experts on dress ilvl-
riably buy Iroi. tis0
The anoswetr i obvieus-.hey
know what they wta-t in loth'h.
Ing nid thift i dhorrtinationa
tWll0 thom we have it.

We' wenltl r to 'iy fm t (af tho e
queMstoifl wtrc P nd Ito all fhe rtil-
er Aluy--n arauld d|ruwsera inp (flcan
t4I&, hutt ftuatel o. W edlegve ftfe/,
Oa to who rdi the o t< (rd4Alng,
b Ar IstrasnfOtf s a# 4t0r wvpAOf*
bte "* R/', Mdresse And o
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Southern Music House,


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) NaS, Iron, Wire, Pipe, it.
tog 8, B01e ng, PCklnget0.
1 omight Ini Ca(r L )t. m old in ano y

dlot One orf Our ('atalogusti.

Baird Hardware Co.





High t Market Prices Paid.

D. H ir k-land,
l410 to '42l 0t.Juliias4t.,


' A. WIIL & C O., -"
WH0LI AfLE. H10 O3
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One Cent ( Wordi
Advertlsements of ten wwxin or no "dOn
this ho a4 Itserted rr One CeOt S Word. oW
in advanc, each 1nHrttont .
Please answer advertltfieent $A,
In the advertisement. '
'ihe oontldenleoot atll tersons ttlerl!pottl
tloes aitlned with Inltai: will be realeOb
Thetir names will not be Riven to tiuitrey*.

IX) YOU wvutt a sewittu matinobliQeT ito d*0 d
buy utl yvon lbavo soen me. h I i avo ,
wonoy. I keep on luuInd the bom bp Nb$MRQi1
n or machines. ine, tach tea *h
ouhageuo. Soond-Iutnrd umaohmiln*s 1Ouo r'
prlt., Cat 0 o or tthlross C. &,. 'w' 09,
tent 'Tho 81i tatr Ifi (Co., P.O. Box ,
O aioaville. Vitt. 4-7-tt iw tf
IMLP W n tN"' hAK. '"
WV A NTl'Ul) Mtn t<) Im. ltt>ilrvi tbu Yrat*
sat tl. h(rui>t ltlW sI s .fii Nturse ,
F+tsttbllhent Iwo1, Ilt uncho,, t .'ilnieO. St. :
l.oul, ,1i4 n i 'anoilwo.O tl ttha t w ll. ttiit inOtf 1, :'
it vilstnlit l isploai ltlIS. lhtnsy .\h onw uOW. .
Tlools wIvton, >Lloi>t wvvttq l tj, i 'tt urlh hr~la *
iuithiet. NIOLI.PII 1I. Ptl -EU 'I .6. E. ;. NoW
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'7 ~t'j. "1P7~


ie -Session of the City Dalds.
Was a. Lively One.

want to get fat and fat ,people
want, to get thin-h-uman
natpre. If ybtu .are dtton't
-take Scott's Emulsion. It
will make you gain flesh. If
you are- thin Scott's Emul-

,f:'. Vision is just what you need.
Wi.:ere Brought Up, a Number of Which It is one of the greatest
Wre Delayed Until Meeting of July. flesh producers known. Not
Council Wont Into Executive Session
t ttlatemporary., gains but hea thy,
t'"sttl Tax Mates: solid flesh that will fill out
J. Thu honorable City Council met in .l f ot
regular monthly session at the Coun- the body where it s needed.
oil chamber Monday evening, the fol- There's nothing better than
iir lowing belhng present: Scott's Emulsion for weak-
Alderman Boome, preside erness and wasting.
.n.:i. McArthur, Pedrick, Dol ,. Cush-
miluian -and Taylor, and Clerk Dell. We'll send you a sample free upon request.
4. Ohere was also the usual number of SCOTT & iOWNE, 409 PearlStreet, New York.
S.itizens -who had come to present --- .- -- ,
gr$ievaeits of varlogus 'natures, and 'a irrigaVion purposes dally are from 0 to
sattering of those who just "dropped 8 . nd from 4 to 6 p. in., and the
Itt."-through curiosity. commnitto recommended that all con-
i The minutes of last meeting were on
'eiid atd upon motion approved, when surners h ,ere ag' r sing faucets
theireading of bills was taketi up. It for irrigaliig pu rp,.-eb o iLide of these
wasA diScovered that there were a numn- lhir be iurmediately cut off from the
ber ,of bills for street work which had suppply, thu coma uniion 01alsostated
been presented at the last moment, that, ti mmit.e h examined t
i."and which were not approved. Upon wiLte r net ers at, both the Diaimond and
S '. otlon a recess of five minutes was Succes ice plants, and reported that
take n n order to permit the.. finance they were entirely inadequate for the
ieo"nmitte to approve the bills. serviOe. They recormmed.ed that the
.i ~ E, Voyle, manager of the Ab superin.teidunt be empowered to pur-
i"tract and Realty Company, appeared chase watr meters of sulfcient cor-
,3before the Council in the matter of an restless and capacity, that a new me-
ierror in tax collections on certain ter be installed at each plant, and that
proporty, which he stated was located in future a rate of four conts per hun-
rectly on 0the line of the eity limits. dred cubic feo t be charged each fee
colopaliy. for water, mnet er nicasure-
ltalif of the property was situated int- cmr'atny for water, meter mcasure-
i.da thle limits, while the other half mont,
should not be subjected to city taxa- The latter clause in this communi-
.lo, It being ountide te e lines. This cation ne with some opposition. Al-
hentire property had boen assessed for derminu MeArthur, who is a practical
o ity taxation, aind had been sold for ice manufacturer, stated that Lhe re-
t~Xes idnder 'Tax Sale Certificate No. port had just as well shut the water
i 15l, 1891. Mr. Voyle stated that he was supply off altogether, as neither ice
.deairou of paying that proportion of comuinlny could afford to pay that price
Sthe tax which was honestly duoe, and for the service. However, after con,
.I a.' ked that he be allowed to settle siderable discussion the communica-
Ita:xes ou property inside the city lim- tion was adopted in totoe.
its. The matter upon nmotioni was Alderman Doig, representing N. R.
referred to the finance committee. Carter, Jr., whoowns a swimming pool,
S. J, Burnett appeared before the asked permission to fl-l the pool once
:Oouncil in the matter of his taxes, etch week, or oftener if necessary,
iLwhich he declared were excessive. from the city mains. This request was
After oonsiderahle discussion in the granted, the rate to be four cents per
matter a motion was carried tothe hundred cubic feet,
eoffeot that the Counill go into oxecu- Alderman Doig stated that he had
tive session at the conclusion of the boen approached by several citizens
Q open meeting for the purpose of sot. who owned lots at Evergreen come-
: tllig this matter. tery in the matter of securing water.
n A number of residents of East lio stated that these eitiazens were
Gainesville who have becotio tired of willing to furnish all material and in-
going "around their elbow to got to stall a pipe at no expense to the
their nose," ipreseited a petition ask- city, and would pay a rate of $10 per
S ing that Lomon street, Easta Gaines- year for every faucet on this pipe.
S ville, be op ip tersect Vstetr st reet. This would af- granted, with the understandiiilgthat
ford a much imort direct route to the the'work is to be done under the sau-
qutreo from that sootion, and would pervislon of the superintendent and
Snot only save extra steps but consider- the waterworks committee, at no ox-
able timo. The mnitltr was referred peso to the city. The superintendent
to thci street conimitteo) with inStruc- was also instructed to install a .look
tiotis to report at Ithle n-xt innetimim, valve 4t the connoting point of -this
ids for repairing the cuilv-ert on pipe to the main, to pirvent the waste
Liberty street tacros Swootwater of water.
branch, which has i beo- in a dilapi- Alderman jedrick cRlled the atten-
.dated condition sine, tIhe big rain (f a tion to the 4"lapidateid ooditioto of
_ f4' lew months ago, were received frum. oertaln (idewalklson lt MaItstreet,
:'Whilliaum & Eddina, Iieuson, Roux & tBting litht heoomplianti had, etera
J Co, and others, hut no action was time been. tadeto him" of the. sakne
taken, owing to the shortage of the Actioni n the matter was deferred.
Ioty's funds, bul a motion prevailed to Tti hore belonging to Hose Com-
the olTeot that the chairman of the pany so. 1. having become unfit for
"satret- committee be empowered to service on acoount of blItdnBsi, OhGhef
Shave samtoe repmirod by either day or MeArthur was empowered to sell the
.e contract labor. The aldermen dwelt animal for not lets tlhia $100, and to
.:at length upon this culvert, and ali purchase another horse for fire pur.
agreed that it was in a dangerous con- poses as a coit not to exceed $250 de-
., dtioin and should be repaired, livered.
S The question of creating the house Alderman Pedriok ia no rlend of the
for employee nt tlhe waterworks was oows, except ina their places. .He
brought up. 'lThere woro four bftls for stated that he, wih other good otli-
theerection of this building froun va- xermi, had become disgusted with the
i IUs plans and speeitliations, but the manner In. whics the animata had
contractt wais finally let to August wandered t lalige on the streets, getl
1 .Weiwki, his bid being $20 for what he Ming into people's yards and *atlng
tie:rmed a comfortableo box house." their flowers and vegetables., and he
'v This work is to be done under super, wanted to see thtordlnanoe enforced.
y vision of the superintendent of the H o considered it "grave l]ultticu e to0
Swaterworks and the chairman of the | allow some-people to let theirstook rut

..^Watercommlttee. The house is to be upon the street* and in yards and
'ir rooms, and is to be equipped with gardens at will, while others
glasstwindows and blinds. were compelled to keep thae up. To
S wTheater oominittee had before the Mr. Pedrink Marshal Phl~mcoa replied
i 11 nla lengthy and interesting eowt- that the pound had been donatedd" hy
ouleattion rogardhimg several matters the city to the tabernacle enterprise.
MP diotportl0e.e. They.took ocasion to and that the city ."ha dn o.p0
y gptli rip th1 Superintendent up thoi thian a rabbit." Thie qe iMir: t1r.not keeping higher pressure, t trutittga pouUnd wsittse ato'a.*.
S.ommendod that that official in ly, and it was finally deeld ed o W the
b" rutIofIto carry a pressure lot immediately 4J.:O 4ninU g the i
ala tweityft ponds. From deuie and laundry of JeIrr RiRkle,
.....t.t... t!e,. com mttee lpaid Its Alderman Pedridk. wa appl<.e a
!iothoOe watOr Oputimer who committee of one tO itend 4olwam.
tot th0 eontrat or Iter, with power t"oa Andu
184l* Ath tt^ I th4 M would "bull)4 4

eiurotq6,Oovs'f nigh tly. Xt is t1b
lioped thiat 'he wil enOt beeoine bull-
headed' to the idea.
.Alderman Pedarick Is distressed over
te condition of the sidewalks general -
ly. .but mnore especially that section of
SoUth Garde-n street between West
Liberty and West Union, which he de-
clares is in the worst condition of any
iW town. VWith that generous heart
which has always made him popular,
he stated that if the city would furnish
the curbing and do the work, he a4nd
other property owners would furnish'
the material. for the cointructIon of a
sidewalk. ,emia.iter v 4s referred to
the street coiimilitee, with ins ructions
to report at next meeting.
The .regular business being conclud-
ed, the council upon motion went into
executive session in the matter of ad-
justing S. J. Burnett's taxes.
Ladies and Children Invited.
All ladies and children aho cannot
stand tfie shocking strain of laxative
syrups, cathartics, etc., are invited o
try the famous Little Early Risers,
They are different from all other pills.
They do not purge the system. Even
a double dose will not gripe, weaken
or sicken ; many people call them the
Easy Pill. W, I. Howell, Houston.
'Tex., says nothing better can be used
for constipation, sick headache, etc.
Bob Moore, Lafayette, Ind., says all
others gripe and sicken, Iwhile De-
Witt's Little Early Risers do their
work well and easy. Sold by Bodiford
& McOollnm.
Cotton Mills Resume Work,
Lowell, Mass., Jane 2.---The gates
of the Mazsoachusetts, Merrimack,
Bootoe, Treniont and Suffolk, Hamil-
tom and Avppleton cotton mills, which
have bcn coan(wd for nine weeks by
reason of Ibhor troubles, were opened
today. The Lawrence mills, which
were partly closed. al. .o resumed. Only
about 4,000 operatives respidel. out
of about 18.000, who had beetle idle.
Prcsidcat Conloy, of the Textile asso.
ciatfon, said that reports from meet.
Ingsa held by the various unions indi.
eatted that ninety'per cent of the skills.
ed organIzed help went into the mills.
All the mill agent say that the re.
splonfe of the operatives is satisZae.
tory. .

is the most healing salve In
the world, It cures Sores, Cuts,
'Burns and all Skin Disea8es.
It positively

Curws PI fes
8. KIp..ba&ker, 8o ast Ohio Stwt
Chicato# wrttea: *ba4 Abad C=e 0
Piles x_ for BwA nI SALVE'
Caname4Permn~nty after
several doeor nM reMdie a fhaid
to relieve me.
aUARANTWED. f oeaSenf
Sold by WW C. Wallae's )Drug Store.

Planters and GOOwers of Long

Staple Sea Island Cotton will find

it to their interest to comnmuni.

cat. with THE CAM .RON A


ton, C.


The Florida-

Fruit and Truck Grower

O Year....... ....... 1.. .
$ingle copies.. .. ..... 10

A handsomely iUAitAted asgn
devoted wepooiali to thete qt
the it. and vegit rble groWers of
Florida. ...
A A 8peeIsl tri!....t.. iot *tx
motlhb will 4l i on .e.eip4 i..26
cents. Stamp ae e .:,

dr Bels- auiht. .t ms

1esto: Li



For0 P]asted all or. etu ule. t
b. JAMES Be kARD, St. Louis
For iale. by Johnson Bros., ~inesville

and the EAST.
The NORTH and WEST...
Niwest Design
Pullsamts Care
On All TetIras,

ANR "The Sapphire Country."
DMinmar Car
The Best.

SIOUTHERN RAILWI AY, H. F. GARY, District Passenger A-c: .,
S108 W..Bay Street, JAC.KSONVIL.AI., FLA. "'
W.A. Tu.P.T.M., Washntn, D.. .H. HARDWIC, C. P.A., ahn'ten P. (A
|Wu. H. TAYLOB, A. G. P.A., Atlanta, i.








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Wholesale Liquor Dealers.

-1S .Of..
tt of W J. p wg Company'st. Louis
Beer. Key e peiaty ri
A -pplications.

1246to 1258W. Adams t. Jaksonvile, Fla.
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;,'aPat opaVI1Sn45**1 br Ke>rya.t
s.'e s Mlir 'TaMIhby 1 Wo to'es
!1np *, mald an animal expert,
"tait i 'n about to train a lion to per-,
tprf certainn tricks. If I went at 0nc.
ito hiba sage and attempted to drive
1, I rwould prohibly be killed But 1
t1 do that Before I try to teicb
':VanlVythLng I let the lion get used tO6
40e, I haong about his cage day aftqr
aiy, calling to him and keeping in his
aftgUt, He would see t'ie late at night
atnd enrly in the morning. I would give
hii his fod and water, Occasionally I
would pat his lheald. atud gradually the
lion comes tu have a friendly eellg
toward ue'. I b6conie. as it were, ant
acqUaintauce of Ills, n111d from becom-
ing accust.'iia(_ttd to tio the llou grows to
like .me. iad I bigin to like tlie lion,
too, Just ns you voidd like any big pet,
a horsa or a iti g og. TtIhen I 'go into
the lion's tcage without being obtrusive
or brusque. The big. datt.gt'rous beast.
having got used to s(,,ii nime outside.
earcely nioties, thlo (di 'erence when I
am In his rivate din.,:in. I grd(uailly
approach hi -atud dive li tii aout. the
cagO, crackhlig my wiip) so hlit Ih' wi!i
kiow that I imean lht-.siiisA.,. TLhe lit
probably believes that t hlrc't Is ninth
greater power in that w Lip tl,.:n tcwr "
really is. If I hit him wi ti it. I d in ;'.
hurt 1lim. There is a ki;',.;: ,,
a whip so that It will nut ;i ),e ,;
pah). I could swling a whipi on y)u ;tn)Al
strike you with n 'craivk.' but yot
would scarcely feel it,
"The general prin.elpl 0ot' f itnOhi
training Is to proceed easity ntiIld 1gr;1.l-
ally, being gently persistent, but pot
aggressive, overcoming oppositionilby
persuasion rather than by direct oppo-
sition and force. It is the saawn course
as that which applies to men. You first
become acquainted with the man from
whom you wish to obtain a favor.
Then, as a feeling of friendship grows
between you, he is at last glad to do as
you wish."-Lestle's Weekly.


Methods That Astonished a Grum-
blingr American Womnan.
Perhaps it would be unfair to gen-
eralize too confidently, but there are
shopkeepers in Germany who make no
great effort to dispose of their goods.
An instance of this is given in "Three
Men on Wheels." The author accompa.
nied an American lady on a shopping
excursion in Munich. She had been ac-
customed to shopping In London and
New York and grumbled at everything
the man showed her. It was not that
she was really dissatisfied. This was
her method.
She explained that she could get most
things cheaper and better elsewhere.
Notthat she really thought she could.
Merely she held it good for the shop.
keeper to say this. She told him that
his stock lacked taste. He did iot
argue with her. He did not contradict
her. He put the things back into their
respective boxes, replaced the boxes on
their respective shelves, walked Into
the little parlor behind the shop and
closed the door.
"Isn't he ever coming iackl" asked
the lady after two or throe minutes
had elapsed. Her tone did iitTinpty a
question so much as an exclamation of
mere itipIatlence.
"1 doubt it," I replied.

"Why not?" she asked, much asto*-
"I expect." I answered, 4"you ha4w
bored him, In all probability he ii.at.
this moment behind that door samokig
a pipe and reading the paper.1 ;
$,What an extraordinary biopkeepet "
said my friend nas she gathered her p ~a
els together and indigantly walked
out. '
"It iS their way," I explained. "There
'are the goods. If you want them, you
may have them. If you d& not want
them, they would almost rather that
you did not come and talk about them."

One thing Is certain in regard to
fiine--for most of us it will b rTery
-bref in Itself, for all of us it will tb
tranitient in our enjoyment of it. Whopa
death halr dropped the curtain, we shall
bea no'o more appla'ue*, and, though .we
fondy dream tha It will onttnue after
ware left the *tage, we do not rel-
139 bow quickly tt will de away in. i-.
'lanB.,hile thw audience turns to look
it the new actor and the next (cone.,
:"Ouri position itn-t eloty will :b lltod as
SOQ a liI' T 13 'acaled and our name ro-
S*im er. only for a- moment, except,
p "a. Gaod by a few who have lennk-d
|" ltove us out becaaw of fame. but b
ausemwe bave helped themn and done
Sthe "ne giod.-*Ilery Van Dyke.

.Te Revi Mr. lae" of ltmbtartoa tells
bow on one eauuo U ibs oit'elhurc lI
Dsdra broth. minmt had prease.
a^ ; rather ltog srino *tl ba (Mr.
Itb had o&rcasio later on to enter tbo
Itpt to make an intl nation, whber
A' aI "w *o M*W tW Or," Who *Was l
allry wit ahis. -o thr nd UM
ewry ksdly' "*o*ae evwa'. maw
:.to( ft.ttt'.. ta X 0


ayCUREIravlCUR 13
don'tt become dasoouraged. T.l is a
fotr You. It nectary write Dr. enney
It spent &life )tle cutrng st a ct
a.os asyours. Allconsultations ee9
"Your Kidney and Backnache Cure '00
^ured two very ba(d mIcasoes among our cust*
mars tlo past. ytr, whom t h | doctors
given up. J. L. STILL & CO., WoodlaudIla.1
Druggista. 5., t Ak for Couk look-r|e.
STVITIIal E tSuro uwre, Circular. t
DoIVUS UecmE 1"OuFener. TFredoIst Na

y hTvon l' t' 1 re fll r ionlth1y movement of the
oi\els t .ery do. yorO Ill or l. ii o. Keep youi
Howe s oplit, y o Vlt *1 o, litf he 10injao fV10
it o ~ phv. ,o ur Aill oio isudat i oula s. T F elanooth
. at vae. II,t Ola.m't tway uor t ',king the bowelt
WeLr audt Ce'InA is to t w1

PletIa at. V lntaho, Potent Tiastol Gmul, [Do cod
Never Hicket, Woeaken, or trltip,, 10 ti, .nd i 0 cents
por box. Wi'tte for ree aipli*. ol booklet Oi
ealIth. Addrowk .S0

R UNe Bift i.tfor i'ultural
i te t s. diohargenl,|latl istonB i
Surn irrltatiou or ulcerstion.
f o nf uo oUN wiombrani.
j'v)yet Fwuromt.w Paltio,. iad Pot ."trin.
,THEEVANSCHEMIAL. sentrlpoi.senrui."
MOltININATI,0 .Ol I th Dr a l&ek
t., A. or sent In plain wrapper,
-3-" .by xtreMq, prepld for
1. .00,or battlll2.7
S Croul*r ent oUn rquemb

We, tho n'adersigned, hereby agree
to pay $1,000 to any manufacturer of
paint who can show, by similar teats,
any paint standing upon any metal
surface as perfectly and for so long a
time as our.
We guarantee GRAPHITE ELASv
TIC paint to contain no tar, roSIB, as
phaltum or any of thbe prodr (it of
ptrobenm, and when% pplled to any
surface aeording to our dirO~etion to
weat perfeatly 'tor. a, period of Ave
years, and we agi O to Iurnish, free of
charge, till paint neceary to repaint
any turfaco where It has proved dem.
fctiye. Signed
The National Paint and Varnish Oq.,
Cleveland OhIo,U. 8. A .
We take pleasure in announcing that
we have secured control for Alaehua
count for th ale.e of the celebratedd
paint ha e theh hlht endueot1nta for

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Com leOte 'st" of ...r...

7- A114ft.i f

Lonisvie i ih I I.LI

Quick 8hedelea to .

S1,0.1 S, aid All N4 a ,t .

andi All Pointe Mothw

b rily d eoD l *nt *ket *

Tho ugiflle
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R ". J. 8, y'A. sT' :

(SUlOW to a ler& Aldermani
Over DuttoA & Oo'S fBak. Gaineaville
Spell fmteontion to Orown and rldge we

Graduate 1B3tltlmore Conle>e Dental Surarery
Five ytraM' experIenoe in Now York City.
vrown, BrIdM e workt 3d Fillinit Speclalties.
OWW1 OIt DRn Ltx, K. tANawMv1u.lt.. I.FLA

South Side Square.

Tanrnoes Bloctk, croas th,, hnll from nmith's
j W. PA'TTOr
A itr In reait aate. Thorouhnly posted
w every aeotionof land in l,\hli'lathucounty.
Correspondence solicited.
ansd Matdie Now.
We buy or sell'ktuurniture, or onn contract
with you on the vodmminKsli itasis. IPatronutte
sololted and satiatioton alw ay s.

Agrent for DECORA'l'(l.S' WVALL iPAP'ICR
COMPANY. New York.




Jacksonville, -


WM. SCHUl4aLK, E ,Proprietor.
132 W. Forsyth at., Jacksonville, Fla.
Opposite tPostoflee.

Beet dining place in city.
Wines, Liquors anrd Cigars.


THE WisTE 14,
JOHiN M tIt0S, Proprietor.
1g.l1st W. 'May ,t., Jtteluonville,
a lbst'oer, bottle nd drauglit. Don't
&H q4 cal when i JxtbanvMle


The bet. Liqurs In the cilty. Enter.
tltament every night at Roof Garden
Theatre, .



0A ytimtirW. Lease% and ulnauer
M ine*w I' '* 'c

I14 'rnod's Son and Cahf

?*reehants 1.u,,el tram 1 to 2pm.
0 ay Rw hes als. 1w.
pie4 Weriwr i r oia Drsngkht

Stek., I(rsh. Cho o Janie it Pool. A)iard. MowiJj
,. b... W nteayl t



In Connection With ATLANTIC COAST tN!Z
IrruCTVlV JANmiATY 1-. 1991,.

No. i o, 3,a No.as lhit ween Jacksonville and New York lii1BI
7 5 pi) 20 nl 84 a L#. Jaeksooville, Flit So Ily................ ,A 90 O i
10 ) 3 2 p |t13u) L.v. Jo .ti.u, ....... ,......... .,,Ar. 3a UI i I t
12 at5 4.0 i 52 n Lv. van ih, ....... ................ Ar. 10 1
1t0 0' IA It 10 p A i, C titIobu1%, 4S. .... ... ... . Lv. 110t 6
0 bt a .13it 1)20 Ar. ClhrltI el. . .... .. 9v i
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SOal teestGath, Alachua County Voters Says
Oeed by OpRepot6er '. Liquor Shall Not be SPod :


is Happened and What Is Going A Great Victory for the Prohibitionfits,

happen .Told in Short Paragraphs
lihat "He Who Runs May Read"
nThe Sun.
6 ire with Cushman & Hill.
rank Crkson of Jacksonville was
the Brown iHouseyesterday.
Ooni and board $8 50 per week. Ap-
lyto'Mrs. L. W. Jackson, dlw
3Better see Moyers about those eon-
t acts right away quick, lest ye forget.
t'. W. Means of Evinston was among
l'the prominent visitors to this city yes-

i* tSmwith, a clever young man of
'iohchlle, was in the city on business
Ii'0. E, Knnedy of Evinston was
iRa ng those who paid the county capi-
'tal a visit yesterday.
lHon. W. (. Robinson is in Jackson-
,iPlle, where he is attending the session
f: the United States court.
iFor Rent-New cottage on corner
North Bay and Orange streets. Rent
reasonable. Inquire of Nettie Robb.
S. E. Wainwrightof the United States
land office has returned from a brief
visit to relatives and friends at Starke.
SAccordion Plaiting-Any width up
to 48 inches. Sun-burst skirts plaited.
0. F. Rich, 281 W. Duval street, Jack-
sonvllle. dlw
R M. Chamberlain of 'Tacoma, one
of the cleverest and most prominent
young men in that section, was trading
in the city yesterday.
"Mrs W. 0. Wallace and son Harvey
,departed yesterday for Bayport, where
they will be the guests of Mr. anil
Mrs. Johnson for a few days.
There will be a meeting of Colfax
eobeltah Lodge No. 2, I. 0. 0. F., in
Masonlo Hall, Wednesd'ay at 8 p. m.
sI:Ma. HI-.unsON, Noble Grand.
Weeks Bros., the market men, have
'reoelved and installed a pair of hand.
some computing swinging sales which
will be an ornament to the place.
i .Hon John 0. Dampior of Hague was
In the city yesterday for the purpose
of attending the meeting of the Board
of County Oommissioners, of which he
'les a member.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Curl of Archer
were In the city yesterday. They
were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
H,.Henry Fleon of Williston, who are
listing g in Archer.
The members of St. Mary's Guild
'rl4eie requested to be present at an im-
lportant meeting on Wednesday even-
In lg noxt, at the resid(lnce of Miss Nor-
ton, FL.ouCNCIC I1AL.Is, Seo.

1 Siglh young men will find the
o6n le tt I'urnisheod rooms at the
b rown1 House Annex, 756 eints per
*eek to $2. Also several rooms for
light housekeeping. Apply Brown
kHt u oe office. .
110n. P. G. .Ramstey of Wacahoota, a
emt(ber of the Board of County Com-.
ilusiomuoers from that district, was iI
the city yesterday. lI came for the
Ilurpoe of attseuding the regular,
itonthly mooting of the board.-
linsre with Cuhtmpan & 1111i.
S ,iReomember the boy lecturer, Master
trhur Sipprell, who will appear at
tHeoperahouse lin this city tomorrow
li' ght for the benefit of the Oak Hall
t~Msseball cliub, The program will be
iterspersed with vocal and inst-ru-
, stutal selections by local talent.

'Miss Ii. J. Andrews of Live Oak, one
ithe most esatimnblo young ladies of
ttown, has arrived in the city, and
Sbe the guost of Mr. and Mrs. T. P.
for ..som time. Miss Andrews is
ased of a very entertaining na-
||! a"d Will likely make many friends

oj6r E. We.Peabody of the Times-
*oim. after a couplo of days spent in
lit s ty on business, departed yester-
wy .to points in South Florida. The
aer's- a*geny of the Times-Union
es benft turned over to 8am Bennett,
ot ixthe most energetic .young hus-

% ha," been troubled fpr som time
B gestion and sotr stomachh"
rs. arah W, Curtie. of Lee,
.,'ad have been taking COham-
Sto oh and Liver Tablets,
h helped me very muToh, so
-lEat r ma i Oai that
-not."' Ifyohvea
Switch -or stombah why not
talete and getl wl For
5II 1 d. sdi' ,"
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Who Have Worked Hard and Faith-
fully for Their Cause-Gainesville.
Goes Dry by 48.
Jtadging from the returns which
were received in this city up to a lat-e

hour last night, together with the vote
of Gainesville, it is a foregone conclu-
sion that Alachua county will be asm
dry as the proverbial bone for the next
two years at least. It will be noted
that the victory for the dry people was
a sweeping one, every precinct of the
first six sending in a return in favor of
the drys, in the greater number of
cases polling a heavy vote against sell-
The result in Gainesville was a great
surpriseA to eiWry one. The wets were
confident that the city would poll at
least fifty majority for them, and this
had been conceded ty thi'e majority of
those working for prohibition. Instead
of polling fifty for the wets the con-
ditions lacked only two of reversing
the result.
The day passed of quietly, notwith-
standingthat a great deal of work was
done atthe polls on both sides. ,
The following is the result as far as
it could be ascertained last night:"
For Selling Against Selling
147. .. ... .Gainesville........... 95
6............ Micanopy ......... 54
6 ............ can pville .....15
14 .......... ...... . ....... 15
1 ............ Alachua ...... .... 02
7 ......... .. W aldo .......... .... 32
195' 378
Majority against selling, 6 precincts,

The returns will all likely be in by
tonight. The County Commissioners
will hold a special meeting'aturday to
canvass the returns, when the election
will be declared. The saloons in the
ineantime, it is understood, will re4
main open.

*akes Kidneys and Bladder Right
Insure with Cushman 1111.
W. M. Dale has returned from a 'brief
but pleasant visit to his friends at
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets are just what you ,need when
you have no appetite, feel dull after
eating amid wake up, with a bad taste
In your mouth. T 'hey 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.
A Large Crowd Expected 'to Go to
Burnett's Lake Today.
On the occasion of the union picnic,
comprising the Methodist, Baptist,
Episcopal. and Presbyterian Sunday
schools., a large orowd will, invade the
romantic viiodity of Burnett's Lake,
-hear Alashuna, hieh is one of the most
desirabl.l pnto resorts in the 0oumty.-
A special aervLe will be performed
by the Atlantio Ooat Line. The train.
will leave this oity at 8 oo'lock th.si
morning, and returning will leave 1
lu rnott'o Lake at 5 o'clock p. m.
The fare will be, for adult 25 oents,
for chlrtn 18 cents, round trip.
Every body is invited to go and enjoy
the day.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhea Remedy

Is everywhere recognized as the one
remedy that an always be depended
upon and that Is pleasant to take. It o
especially valuable for summer diar-
rhoea in children and Is undoubtedly
the means of saving .the lives of a
great many children eaoh year. For
sa e by an druggists and medicine
dealers. .,..
Card From 0. T. Kennard.

I most respectfOlly thank those who
so kindly aided me in securing my par-
don, and assure all that I1 hold no ill
towards any one. Respetfully;
G T. tZ. mAt,.
G(aineaville, June 2. ltd
Constipated Bowels.
To have good health, the boay should
be kept in a laxative condition, an4
the bowels moved'at least once a day,
so that all the poisonous wastea are
lld daily. M. L. Edwids
t.,,. Main St., Woht K
Wites t "I have used Herbne tos0gu.
lta the liver and boelt for the pst
a and found t a ortlt re


Among the prominent visitors to
Gainesville during the past two days
was Hon. A. J. Matthews of Cerrogor-
do, an extensive dealer in timber and
lumber, and a prominent Republican
of Iolmee county.
This distinguished gentleman and
politician came to Gainesville appar-
ently on business and for conference
with Mes8rs. Robinton and Chubb, the
recognized Republican leaders of Flor-
ida. This would indicate that a lus-
cious plum is about to drop, and that
Col. Matthews has a lap spread. It is
absolute that he has come.to the founi-
tain head if he desires a smooth and
successful sail over Florida's Republi-
can sea.
Revolution. Imminent.
A sure sign of approaching revolt
and serious trouble i fyour system 'is
nervousness, sleOpledsness or stomdhhl
upsets. Electric Bitters will quickly
dismember theb. troublesome causes.
It never fails to tone the stomach,
regulate the liver, and clarify the
blood. Run down systems benefit par-
ticularly and all the usual attending
aohes vanish under its searching and
thorough effectiveness. Aleetrie Bit
ters is only 50W, and that is returned if
it don't give perfect satisfaction.
Guaranteed by 'al druggists.
Runaway at Campville.
A serious misfortune visited Oamnp-.
ville Saturday Afternoon, when a horse
attached to a wagon ran away, throw-
ing its driver, E. E. Stokes, to the
ground and seriously injuring him.
Parties from Campville' yesterday
who witnessed the misfortune state
that the team was engaged in loadin{
a quantityLpeaches, .Vhe horse hbe
came suddenly frightened and ran
throwing Mr. Stokes, who occupied the
wagon, out. He fell under the yve
hidee, which was heavily loaded, and
two wheels passed over his head.
The victim was seriously injured
but it is hoped that he will recover. *
Interesting to Asthma Sufferers.
Daniel Bante of Otterville, Iowa
wri4s, "I have had asthma for three
or four years and have tried about at
the 'cough and asthma cures in th
,market ,and have received treat-nen
from physiolans in New York and
other cities, but got very, little benefl
until I tried Foley's hfoney and T
which gave-me immediate relief and I
will newer be without t In may houe
I sin'eircly reoommend I to'stlll Sol
by W. 0. aace' rIot&er.
Killed a Bl Ratt"r.
-it toe,





J. P. BMuil. visited his farm near the
city Monday, and while there came in
contact with a monster rttlesnake,
which he soon dispathWk with te
trunk of a small oak tree. i ake-
and the customary buton, ad4 nteas
Surged six feet two in ".
A Cost tk A
Blanudemt are moze
dyve. Qeesslonally I^ t e
prte 'of a mistake, b5y r be
wrong it ou take Dr 3 w )ife
Pills for d4ypopsia, sea, hea.i
ache, liver or bow le. Tey
'!W ^ ':'!' ,A'/"'^. .''^ *; 'i ^^ ^ ^ '

w. P. wtat b wil Make.FT1
p Shiprnoit ipo m Rt fchile Today.
I W. SP. Sihetlworth, the big eanta-
loupe and watermelon grower, who
owns sever ,terms n 'the vicinity of
Rochelle adih 1ii'ntoni, was in the city
on businesses terday.
'Mr. Sh'ettlworth is a success when
it comes to raising melons oJr anything
else from the ground. He enjoyed the
distinction of ahippiing the first solid
carload of cantaloupes this season from
Alachua county, and will be the first
also to ship a solid car of watermelons.
The car was loaded at Rochelle yester-r
day, and will be shipped, today. It'
will be consignednto the Eastern mo r-
kets, andinasmuch as the fruit is ex-
ceptionally fine Mr. Shettleworth0' x-
pects large returos.
This enterprising grower has shipped
so far this season about 1,000 crates of
cantaloupes, which have realized, net,
from $2 to $3 50 per crate.
Do You Enjoy What You Eat?
If you don't your food does not do you
much good. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is
the remedy that every one should take
when there is anything wrong with
the stolitach. There is 6io way to
maintain health and strength of mind
and body except by nourishment.
There is no way to nourish except
through the stomach. The stomach
must be kept healthy, pure and sweet
or the strength will be let down and
disease will set up. No appetite, Ipss
of strength, nervousness, headache,
constipation, bad breath, sour risings,
rifting, indigestion, dyspepsia and all
stomach troubles are quickly cured by
the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. Sold
by Bod iford. & MeCol urm.
Prominent Visitor Here.

Paulo's Murderers Made EffOrt to Doe
'. lUde Police. .
CAhcago, .one 32,-tAfter killing Qu4
sepe Paulo last night, the mvurderers
oroed -a, revolver Into the dead ping'
hand -n an .apipsatent 6flort: delude
t I o6ilce Int4d' the belti that he haA
coantitted sut l. The police believl
the ktling wa O mre ie4lt dand w*w.
either for 't' pur stie 'tat roeyr *o
#eveteo, pehpe *.,deet 4 the M
They a'e saretinig for Vleto. Leos
and -I rancc10o Ohreeko who ar ae s
euae4 ,of the imumdu'r by two witnesses
of the ehootlpg. .-
'Pe police. found lettes wtich tndek
eate that the names of all the meon
-e flectitious aad that the three are
recent arrivals.-
STax on Babies.
Extreme hot weather is a gkeat tax
upon the digestive power of babies;
whien puny and feeble they should be
given a few does of .White's Oream
Vermifuge, tihe children', tonic. It
wil stimulate and facilitate the di-
gestion of their food. so that they soon
bo.e strong, healthy and active.
S at .ohnson Bros.
Q-- P. IavitasBiMthday
Today being Jefferson Davis' birth-
day and a Southern holiday, the banks
and other public places will observe
the O'same with the usual holiday hours,
Kirby Smith Chapter, United., Daugh.-
ter of the Confederaey, was to hae
fittingly observed the event, but owing
to the pioni at BurneUt't Lake decided
to tposnej same until Friday.
A Frightened Horse,
S like mad, down the street
the boeOpants, or a h, a ed r
*otN idente, .. eve'y daya ocur-
SIt beoo everybody to have
*. reaisible salve ban~y & aw i'siasome
S .. B A ia Salve.,




$nastor Palmer Wanted to Alterm
Appropriation Bill but Failed.

Senator Kirk's Bill Increasing the Gov-
ernor's Salary to $5,000 Passed Sen-
ate-Appropriation Bill Will Pass
Senate Today.
apeelal to The Sun;
Tallahassee. June 2.-There, was, a
lively contest in the Senate this after-
noon over an amendment proposed by
Senator Palmer to the Appropriation
bill, providing that no appropriation
for schools or colleges hall be availa-
ble until the trustees of said schools or
colleges *hall make a deposit with the
State treasurer of one-third the
amount appropriated.
A spirited debate on the amend-
ient followed, Palmer speaking for
the amendment and Senators Carson,
Wilson and McCreary against it. The
amendment was finally defeated by a
vote of seventeen to thirteen, the vote
being as follows:
Ayes-Senators Blitch, Brown, But-
ler, Crews, Faulkner, Harris, McCas-
kill, Palmer, Peacock, Rouse, Stock-
ton, Wadsworth and Whidden-14;
nays-Senators Adams, Bailey, Blount,
Carson, Crill, Dimick, Gillen, Kirk,
McCreary, MacWilliams, Miller, Neel,
Rauey,n Sams, Williams, Wilson of
Seventh and Wilson of Fourth-17.
Senator Palmer also introduced ah
amendment increasing the age' of ad-
mittance to sixteen years. Senator
Adams eloquently opposed this amend-
ment, as did also Senators Blount and
Carson. The amendment was de-
The appropriation bill carries
$127,000 for East Florida S'eminary. It
passed on second reading and was or-
dered engrossed, and will pass the
Senate tomorrow practically un-
changed. .
Senator Kirk's bill increasing the
Governor's salary td $5,000 passed the
'Senate. Gibbons' anti-trust bill was
killed in the Senate. The 'Drane bill
apportioning the amount received
from the lease of convicts to the coun-
ties according to the assessed value of
property passed the Senate by a nar-
row margin.
I The -Honue today killed Mr. Mc-
Namee s turpentine bill by a tremen-
dous majori,t.
Mr. Br Whi a bill requiring railroads
to. properly equip lumber cars passed
the Hoose. The bill has already passed
- the Senate.

"~~~L t mImt iMmd

Mosquito Canopies
At $1.00, $1.25, $1.75
$2.25, ready to hang.





Full line of FINE CAS-
ROB ES, etc. All funer-
al supplies up to date.
Hearse and carriages
furnished when desired.

Personal attention to
all business in this line.
Orders by mail or t(ele-
graph proitly attend-
ed to.




'Estimable ,ady Passes Away After an
Illness of Several Days.
After an illness of several days at her
home in this 'city, Mrs. M. L. Carter,
the beloved wife ot Mr. W. H. Carter,
died at 8 o'clock Tuesday morning, of
malarial fever.
Deceased was about twenty-eight
year of age, and has been residing in
this city for several years, where she
bhad maniy oviag friends who adm I red
her fer hie sinceere,.0lhristian charac-
ter. Sh p i survived by a husband and
one d ,' " "
The retais were takeniyesterday to
Fort White, 'the former home of the
deceased, where the interment will be
held at the burying ground.
.to the bereaved .,husband and rela-
tive The Sit, w er friends, ex-
tends sincere sympathy .
Was Wastipg Away.
'The following letter from Robert R.
Watts, of Salem, Mo., is instructive
"X have been troubledi with kidney
disease for the last fv ears. lost
flesh and never felt well and doctored
with leading physicians and tried all
remedies suggested wihout relief.
PFAally IU tried l y Cure
nd less .ha thn two bottls ompletely
cured ,me and I sam now sound and
weOW Sold by W. 0., Wallae's drug
Attention, U..D. C.
irby Smith -hapt-r, 1 I. 0., w-ill
meet at the Iesidene ofMrs J. Wil-
lam at 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon.
A fmll atterdanee is desired, as imt
portant bsines will be present atm
this Ietabg *an4 UntI arraigementa
win be rtade and conmnittees appoint.
ed4 for the entertainment to be given at
Mr. Masoe's e c-ream parlor 4 on Fri-
M R. 'U. Mo~wrrT, r.
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Nothing so necessary to a lady's
appearance as a perfect-fittig
corset. We can lit any style
figure :In several of tlie tno0st
popular makes, belig sole anetnts
for the W. B. Corset, the Kilo
Corset and the Puritan Corset.
This latter Is the new form mi.-
justable corset for medium andil
stout figures. We also keep the
R. & G. Corsets.
Special Values
In many department this ij;lt.
It will pay you to visit the tiore

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