The Gainesville sun

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The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
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Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
H.H. McCreary
Creation Date:
July 2, 1906
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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )


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

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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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ftmaban La. Oct. t.-CottA
3*, rtlleoad .aen ad compmream ea
ft, *ual atlrred up over the patter
OS the detlSvry of cotton.
The cosgestlo at niterlot polots
s $t theo nieton at Savannah ia sueb
as to put the tr Ae In an embarrass.
ie p(MItTon. Cotton men blame the
uompress company for ru sing pto
ort time and not in their illl eepae
ity, whilt the compresios blame the

The rellroads,, on neutral groundl
rather ncline' to, the belief that" thl
ablppepr are to be blamptU. No report
to the cotton exchange bas yet been
made by the transportiflon commtttie
lnveatlguinb. bhlp broken sy thai
the truth of he whole matter is thai
alf the tropa wais old for future de.
Uyery, oeptopber, and October, belfor
a bale was ever gathertU, and thai
there Is uech a rush to make the4a
ooptract stellverfes that the caplettj
of the trade Is over-taxedi. Not foe
1. years, they aay. has there beet
math a rush to the market.

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Rad b Centnd With.

New lo, Oct. 1.--Over is
tw of a mtllon dollars' loss woa.
td by t Are to the big block t
pickl s houeas and re fterstori
it TSth& astet between Thll
id Fourteenth atreet whleh
late last evealag and burned..
Ithrouh tb niit41 before it
brou mt ader control.
The bavlSt loss wasu s '
tr ,1t0li41ng occupled by %C
A*tkl0 company, the T. '.A. Wb
P)kla l e *apOay an by C, L
4 en rs la achilnery. A
two ,t#ry buildings neCuple|
T. A. Wbeelsr company and the
,. Haluwmold company. were
kasasad. The damage is Itl

Fi Chif Croke camne n~e~at
wI s by BHi!!w through a &or,
qa.4 by t fl tnea, Into a cellar,
heaad t badly cut. A few m|
ter the e0lt ruhked up a
Sresed two Areimn whoad batk ,
overcome by the ammonla faIn .
time to prevent their, falling to th

Suratist aimeloa pipes and tasks,
pies frets burnalg coal and buMd .A"
that went up like tinder boxes, atSi
the* re one of the worst with wMqh"e
the Bremen have h4t to contend la a--
lon Uime, Nearly two-score 3re .
were overeome by the fumes. but itt
. were aftrwards able to return to tut ,O


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Raltread Bridges. In and About Trint
dad Wqahed Away.
Denver, Oct. J.-rxtuamlve dam,
aqr la report ed t hav, bie- n done at
Trinlitad, Colo.. ias ll.ght by a Covd,
ia the PTrhivto.r, tlivr
All wirsIn t thO tcin!ty are df' 'n,
and c-:,.:r a iti' aiinn wl!h t:i city ,
entry cuto it off. A! .rilge In anj
about the ffty are I I0.i to lrare l. .i
washed aka;sy r,' no train can r t ,i
or out on th- Sr P! *)'. Denver tii I
Rio Grande and (;i,'nadfo Sonuhrn
Thoe hte,,t rfl r.rit c- f'I'e( lforn all
tho w1irci were1.. l i aIl thi, Santa Fe
depot had beltn wai'i.,l away anfl the
Harvey hotel %aat Ethratened with ,d"


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Corla ton, Ga., Oct. t.-lecaut
bt refund to aji!.t I,1 tilurning tM
press in packing a buir' of cittoC,
Prohet Demptey took thi a his womde
east-hook. with which lie wa, operate.
log an oldfashloned haid cotton prest"
and struck Marvin E!illon two bpavY
blow on the shoulder and ho.amI. which
produced death in leM.fthan an hour,
The tragedy occurred at luarione
Oln house, In the western piartr f the
county. near Sa;em (nicai gRromi'l. ar
Was wlinested by othfr empnii:ye o1
the glnnqry.
After the kflng DeAmpse:.: made i

atrcnuouc efftr< to eit'a;i(,

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sown caugtit and lo g l ;n Ja.
The partieipanli in the un ifortinllt
trag-dy *werc hoth rFVM) abT yonS
white men, and comf- frr.': \V)o ut fi:
best fanmlie in Newton coInty.


'Building Demolished and Two hAil'
Pr.etably Fatally Hurt.
Ci'velani. Oct. 1.-A 2-try bric'
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suiT of the CtX'hion gc. cas.
T^i un'm t !n ''Vt.r W:r.
Recauje of t' t' v 4 t. it ri .t
was ihlit off from a large p,:-.a li
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Whiskies, Wines
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Iguts for- Pabst ki Alwades .
.Eponrt. per bbi, luti4us, #11: per doz, $1.26
Bluit Itibbon, iper bbl. 10 dos, $12; per dos. 1 40o
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Per bi!, O, dow, $9; per dos, .1,

on the

pay fMight or express charges
following liquors:
LEWIS 1660, Away Above Everything il
the Whisky Line:
A 4 full quarts ........ 5 C0
S1 ifullquarts ........ I'2 1 '7
BLUM'8 MONOGRAM, 10 Yars Old:
4 fall quarts ........ 4 ,
Is fall quarts ........i t
EARLY TIMES, Pure Sour MIsh Whisky:
3.tthd M jBe iUso tlrevernmeNt Niuprie on.
4fu quartP, del .... 4 ,
,1 full quarts ........ .'.
".. I I' full qualts ...,.. .l> 7.

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6.full qttarts
13 full quarts

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Liquor line
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stattion Begn& Its.
With Good Attendane. To be sure, you are groPlng
old. But why lee everybody
STRAUrOERS WERE THIRKE S4 I, In your tamy hairP
SKeep your hair dark and rich
lroilment Showed Several of the and postlpoe ige. If youwill
Sases BSDt New Students Ar.- *
finm very Setion. and the
pgpests Are Good for Year, Har V i or
t all the etweert *antipipited. only use Ayer's Hair Vigor,
lFWrida demiaryg opened for tiw your gry hair wil soon have
[ii Thbanday moruns.and iany all the deep, ribth color of
ae front every s wertio of Vlndat youth. Sold for 00 yeas.
aswayn other $tafls were present 1" wv* ld a han1
Viopemd for duty. Whikie a arert a n .1isIs ...pies.. a 11a 1orl .
ire former students returning lto i s eler ViCAy 4A. Mn -
Ii hg7 ba~ias.ia.It aIe* t lel fil Vieu.
*iGld s. there were a great many Ms i. M. St'aI is S*aiMs.
teel, ald the Isaulty was kept All fruoitr f' _
juar b W th i day receiving the it;. sh
rad sslJgnisgK them to. the quar- White F air
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e sttr damy was spet in a*fifi* ....
plquSteon and preparing for the -.- -- .-
= exerellses which will begin in NEWS FROM WINDSOR.
-toa Hall at 9 o'uloek this morn -
While all students hav not Syet Notes of a Persnnal Character Which
.id, and It will be oeveraldays be- Will Interest Readers of The Sun.
itl rl sall will be complete, a \':idutr. -, pt. U20 -Ilr. fHames
Sipajority are her. and ready for pr)a flrl an excalilens ermon aq Prow.
mkh*. Virtualyl ill the State sita. idri,* last Sustday. He Ihi organized
ljSlIsh the exception of those from in utildy schooll tio ltart at Providence
h West and remote corners are next Sunday, and will hI glad for all
bee those from distant States as that can to come anl oin.
have been delayed. It Is ex. Moore Kin has retired to Jaekson.

however, by the end of tiie
that the full roster of pupils will

,Jereu1. Pound. the new tS-
neas, with his faculty, were
beig during all of yesterday. and
S were very much fatigued
eb 4day's work. They feel re-
a ,however, since a great deal In
lltr of getting things straight
kgpal deal of work in the matter of
and other alterations in -the
have been made, the grounds
bps improved, and the seminary
la better con it;ion than it has
for masy years. Prof. Pound is
aithuelastia worker, and mani.
ll peg t pride in his new under.
H5e Is going to prove popular
Wthk It'deat, it one is to judge
the meaner la which he was re.
by those who met him Thurs-
lfr se fnrst time.
literary exercises. will begin
puiy at 9 o'elck this morning,
Buperidtendent Pound expects to
2the lnasltution in fine working or.
by Monday morning. when every.
w llt U ttle down to an earnest
Oan'e work.
e nfe sions of Priest.
2lT. Jno. 8. Cox of Wake, Ark.,
t 64"For 12 years I suffered from
SJaundice. I consulted a num-
of phlstelans and tried all sorts
p dtelSnes. but got no relief. Then
the use of Electric Bitters and
.- that lam now cured of a disease
had me in Its graip for twelve
." It you want s a reliable med.
tor liver and kidney trouble.
lldisoWder or general debility.
I11 _tile Btluer,. It's guaranteed
all drggoists. Only ike.
'2r 1i "
L. Hill, Well Known Young Man,
*1," Guide Oostlnles of That Paper.
Friday's Daily Sun.
.itAmoneement has been verbally
that W. L 1ill of this eity has
fled from D. E. Godwin The
will Twiee.a-Week tar, end
muue the management and ed-
lUftI work on that paper on the lit

IHillis b well and favorably known
N 41 aiy, having resided heye all his
He Is. quite popular with the
Sha good, sound views on all
b, aid will no doubt make au
lug suceese of his literary ven-

Uea welcome Mr. Hill, as a com-
with whom it can always be
Sad feels safe In aseeTing
tbe relations will always be pleas-

1 Understood that Editor Godwin
latoe the turpentine bulem*.
aeepted a poalIton at Fair-
He It nid to be one of the
ieompetent turpentine men in the

rille. He has boen visiting friends
and relatives in Windsor for the lait
Miss BepIee Beckham Is spending a
few days In Gainesville this week.
M1res. George 314Motomnery, who has
been very ill for the last three or four
months, ie improving in health. Her
friends will be glad to see her out
again oon.
Mr. and Mrs. Packard gave the
young people a soIal at their home
last Thursday night. The young peo-
ple reported having a nfee time.
Dave Thomas of H1igh 'Springs has
bought Heartwell Holley's house and
I. L In Windsor and will move to Wind.
sar in a few days.
In about a month from now most
of thel houses in Windsor will be filled
up will peojld2 from the North.
The farmers are all busy picking 0ot-
CharUe Thomas and wife passed
through Windiur lass Sunday after-
John Holder of Rochelle was in
\Vindsor last Sunday.
Harrold looks 0f Rochelle speni
!ait night with Jii? leckham.ti
Pill Pleasure.
If ;qu ever took DeWitt's Little Early
Riseti for biliousness or constipatioa
you know wharf pill pleasure is. These
famon's little pills cleanse the liver and
rid the system of all bile without pro-
ducing unpleasant effetse. They do
not gripe, siaken or weaken, bat pleas-
antly give tone and strength to the tis-
sues sud organs of the stomach, liver
and bowels. Sold by all druggists.
Farmers of Micanopy Section Harvest-
Ing Crop In a Great Hurry.

Among those who paid ailnesvllle
aiilt Thursday was J. H. Prater,
mayor of Micanopy and aa all-round
progressive citizen.
Mr. Prater. along with other voca-
tiont, Is conducting a glunery at Mica-
nopy. In speaking of the crop, he,
stated Lhat it was a diffleult matter to
determine Just now what the yield
would be. Hie admitted that the
caterpillar and rust *had wrought
greai destruction, huts tated that the
planters had experienced little trouble
in the matter of harvestlibg the staple.
"The plant is maturiog and openIng
much earlier this year than last."
continued Mr. Prater, "and I think it it
safe to say that the output from the
gin is about double this year what it
was at the same tine last season. We
have turned out from our glanery so
far this season thirty-eeven bales,
against about eighteen for the same
time last year."
Mr. Prsler admits that the erop has
been damaged and the season will be
a short one, but bhtdoes not believe
the damage in his section will equal
that claimed by planters in other parts
of the county.
Broke Into His House.

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at TIt Tng at r. YOU

in This Sectlen-Believed the Sell Was
Particularly Adapted to Horticulture.
and Expended Time and Money With
Encouraging Results.
F. P. Henderson of Afot, one of the j
miult pra'tilti n'rerPmen In the
State. was among the iilitors to ths'
ity Wed day. For ale by
Mr. Hendemon formerly traveled
with grease sopesn for a Texas nursery
company, but btoeame so deeply later.
ested and Impressed with the riohnmes
of Alaehusi eouty &oil and the peanTu1I
liar adaptability for hortlpultural per- BS
poes that he deede I to loeae here,
with the result that hepurchased lad
at Arno and impedialelf went to kfork Aithas .el Tl o _.
setting out a peach orchard. The peon" a, .q
ple of that dection at lint regarded is
the matter lightly, and declared that -
they were sorry for the man who
would so 'fuolishlg" lowest his money. FIRe Air._-
Mr. Hender'on was aware of what be lh
was about, however, and in a shot.
time had tixiy ars set In peaches of
ta~rious hardy varieties. This wo only
two ye.n ago. ad the Neond $@%N Is
after being set the treesylelded so po-
lifely that It became nepesary to sup.- .

port the branches to prevent the
breaking under the heavy lead of fEi.
Mr. Hendereos st*es that he gate nt
several thousand busbhels, and lost
aboouns one thosd busholi owiEn to
scareity of labor and Inability to gat.i
or the erop.
"I hare a gneit deal of eo0tldesne Is
the peach industry in. Florisda t .
Henderson remarked to The San mum.
"I had coitldene t afrt, Mand inO* I
did en well las year this eoaIdoeel is
naturally fuentsed. Had Is aot btea
for the searoly of labor I woeld havo
saved awath shoseand bushels; bus
my suose mwas even better than I
expected, aad I have no eomplalts
to make."
Mr. Henderon staitn that he pro.*
pose next' seeon to stb forty mss
more, and several rarmenr of that mo,
lion will set out orhtlnr from five to
forty acre. No trouble ,la enelpate
of the scarcity of labor next esiia. p4
31r. Hndersno state he has arranged
to get the plokere he aeods.
gives Two From Death.
"Our little daughter had an almolS
fatal attack of whooping oeOt mad
bronchitis," write Mrs. W. K. Havl*
land of Aurnoak, N. Y., "but, whoa
all other remedies failed, re saved her
life with Dr. Kings New isveormy.
Our afnie, who had consumption la,
an advameed stage. also oed this won-
derful medielne aid today b shle per*
featly wel. Doperate throat nd
lung deasem yield to Dr. King's New
Diseuvery as to no other medlolse on
earth. Infallible for coughs and eolds.
Ao and $1 bottles immusteed by all
druggislt. Trial bolse* free.
East nalnevWte Marriag,
..0. Fitter aed Mi Nt LeliaUNep.
aird were the eoantraLla par
Wulneday evening In a mawtap
ceremony at the home of J. A. JoMe,
East Gainesville. The oermtony wes
performed by liev. F. M. Hartman of
Patraie in the presence of a few llti
nate frlends.
Mr. and Mra. Fisher expait to make
their home at705 South Carter street,
where they will be at home to their
Many Methersfo*a Like Opinion.
Mrs. Pllmer of Cordova. Iowa, say: i
'()ne of nay childreS was subject to
eroup of a severe type. and the giving
of Ohamberlai0's Cough Remedy
promptly, always brought relief. Many
mothers in this neighborhood think
the sameas I do aboat this remued
and want ns other kind for their izl
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Queen City...... 200

Bnn South..... 50
'Gilt 4p.....M... 800
P ir ...... 4,00
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4m wy Teles er Telephn
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K H t1. U1m6 if iegT eaOsht Three 11;.
S t Wtt Want t be "OtIens."
40W 5 L)Issox or TioWs, bpeTulatendent
SSi Iftbh matlhioail depurtmmen of the
.. UNI. Phoephagte Company, was among
lt Vtbisiors to this hly Saturday )-r,
S Matte uw .seeoeaisledX by three Itall.
S- R phael RBsol*. Oheule Pollou0 s
PIlilrien f lestsri. who areni-
0141$ mi s lers *A TTbos. They have
We'l n Is Amatio. foe, somae time, have
p sld thlleir allHglee o tlhi oouaR.
SWbs, N :hb eat ea. e for lo purpose of W*
-- 'ii iatui sa.tespapers.. e
3m aispblus of the p a er Ustuediy
'the f (iOmlgae lt w enthuilstle
e 9 the *mpONteof belas "Amerlea
.4tlTo" tfIe eut or spokheem
wfl e tlri.o whosppemn to be rather
1.1lW, mepk suba. Zaglish mu
k qw u lb oame I wpq i fair ESgish
,# 'We b"""m to Amerli f
B,' nons*!., ""sl wanrto s .N.
jl. .te Amerlean @Itinutw
Pt: pen wWt i m t o the country,
#k1 is seiopi fl w want th.e priv.
ii.*U sqI Mmmi Sitisten:, W:e arw
....'l ate ba on lair Slar. i
.' .l. ..on .li ..down
q ,..6lk in. IDtalleWt h1 ftw 1 It to nbe
@m +t! Aasso people, and *ex
%SpMags with eihother
IaOwbto tbe stbaw of the attori
B,|,,Sl 1=104:4id1d not s-w
,isU usapitIooait paer-or did asot
VF f B flloalis'for pmt6--mt they
Sw natlty 'ddbsppolawed; but Mr.
4211es1110p0$ she. mpter, atiling
,,iPt ,Y tithlt AMWtS had been suddenly
;* t* < ay qp ppofseleoal business,
the ir Ifts Iqb1ht4ed up and
p pa *el i ,wmsu4 .t their dutle. with a
|d* SaImPlma to oome maue.
n ii.1 "" llMrs ODeLand'a Dueh.
Spaf 0. .. DLhd of this elty, D who re.
.. 4the a. telefgraph!; Information
WV. 4. 04tllds sdtholf his mother as Alvin,
.. ... $hpsain -on taunda evenlan isn reeilpS
:!1i 16ff e ll pantleal ofr he death.
,*sslsA ,, 1TbheO letter, which was written by E.
m ~+bhh #slssd. behead of das.ed, state
Ig lug *Wi l hIr heuual good health, and
t', a m ,*AIbul 8 o'elook on the following
einslbug ie waft awakqedl by heavy
IbM4Re. qd I ii, Hflu teamed late-
l H ta ." beab m alarmed .and notlfed an at.
Sl ohiam lu tteSit apon the premier, asking the
t Ij ll, aititedast so summon a phy keian at
SmMi. The attendat coLmpled with
tii ag^l el au ioon as poilble, but
l. iIbl f lrotb he d emrgem d from the yard
r, a. 4 W orw it wu dlieovered that the patient wea
|hi.wedapu sowe r e ."
,fl awhan.,ad e.*h, The mwmslne were taken to the for-

anr hope of the deceased In Kansa*
for lnteslment, qnd the Interment was
weailded by a large number of friends
of tho deeaeod.
S Exlting Cat Hunt.
eritf FPeonIll and Sam Peaeh went
4 an early morning cat hbunt Friday a
short diotaea *ast of talansville, and
were not disappointed, since the utue
tiOkhfal dogpof the sheriff suoteeded
In "Juanplag" a flne oat near the Ilop.
bklao pteas, New (talaesrille.
Aftr an itxling chase of an hour
a.d a half, dqriug which the wiIdo&at
owed great eight, they iuooeeded In
epariUg the animal, though not
il t IS had been killed.
The animal was ont of the largest
whkb has beon captured in this e-
tlo for several yean. The Oarass was
breeght to this lty, where Is was
aklaled and the meat given to the


,ihe eoer the, glo.
iW s eia.t bhow hard
"il ga umtili he re.
fwg hoot eastir-.
gAeaps. So ,-ti at
'tWI dnlanC sad 1

KLtwgf aprsisms yocag fars.

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Igut.rit~p tbe dounadheg Reourea of
Ti RAcset Provice In the British Empire
xIwoft,, oil, anud ttlaor Ito Drhrltl on .ose lake ad rflverv; Isw t eftsl a
rneOUN: I oWl andi towns; i(t riet, lake ad I mnOatao lseemy, N elr.ilau,
rnS ti ni(nl gdvorlset,r*I with vlews gof 4( Abe uisInl lpON WmHm, Wtmb. t*lters,
eat et-r*Fr, AME lt of ERs. S9tM ad ls.e
Address, JAMES LAWLER, Rioseland, B. C.
., largest advertler Il it for Pritlikot Colubla, .
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Con oialat (0d Gold Mines, Limited.

Capital $625,000, of which 35 per cent In shares is no
Treasury. Shares fully paid and non-asseasable.
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Mines dirajlly wes of the LetolO
mad Leltol No. 2, War Eagle and Cen-.
Ire Star, four of the largest gold-cop.
per mlnes In the world, all of which
have paid large dividends,
.MW'aine id-utioal oro and veins
now In seiht on the BRI FOUR. Large
are bodies.
Asmap from $5 to $~s0) In gold, cop-
per, llOrr, eHt. Very rich display .as
ow oun exhibition in the c(ty ore sx*
hibit, caunlag wide comment.
We have nearly two miles of vail*
way o Big Four property with water
ad timber In abundance.
RoUlaind ore shipments for 1900,
NO,OO tons. Shipped for 1908, about
410,000 tons. TotLal value of losdlad
ores mined, *fl,000Q.O


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For One Xonth.

HRosland's large ore bodlies
giat isucess willth the ounoGe
system of ore reduction. '+W
now pays to mine as now pro iw
the latest reports and divideadg,
No less than 100 shares sold.
can be had on installment plan,
meats monthly. Twenty p"r
ash, balance wiLhin a year.
Company has no debts orllaWbi
eferenonees.-The HoD. Mayor,
CommIellotier, iuitmuater, o.
beak or businelu man In oily,
There Is a tide In the affairs of
whiah taken at the flood, leads e1
fotlune. Omitted, all the vhRowaJ
their life I. bound in ahallowa ad:

nAy tl en Ia bati tuel b -
or exprewM imeny order; uver thio imucmu I
bank drit to nomretairy
Bi Fmr ColoiMda td Gold liIa, Nt
Reuiland, II. '.. C ash

Order Ilunku and our mObt oUZ~ltP:'eheonive and complete tlltutrated I'rmiectL u t
aIU lwuland minDel and rlvIltr vai:zuable lirormatUom, wilh Miap and RedlJoRL ,u from Mali
menw, ont onily to Invenorp or shboo dedifrl so invest.

Ofbr fr the eming Fall mad Winter a chelt4 let or buddedl and graflW
PlAN TREES of the standard varIeties, s ch ahave a g*d rnrord b.
hblud them. A's FruitS, OrnamrItas, Etc. Catalogne and uiulde bt
HatenrsftuPe Pts Culture"re a I I a a1 : a


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IPenWnal tentlon
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Fine Wines, Liquors and Beer.

The Famous


Spaniash King III,
(Kenlucky Bred).
Will stand aWt Or Stalel Fronm Ith
Date On. Terms, l10 rar Sl1 ,
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ailuerlillle, Florida.


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Corn Whiskey ....... 0
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I sMWISRUER MR. RQOOSVLT'5 LETTIER OP biwlf befee the Amerlea pple was repgasnos to a W:J .ty 41 ,10
SACCEPTANC,. Is l ldt dhek .h letter i b*ees *- people Inter,sted. Bues legISa i eoa 4.. '
----- i vsed and r*reved, and 1* 0 in the we ea-sete* through the fyorts. of l9. 4 0
It is not recalled that any former eod Is sast be Jadljdg4 lame and iam. e* rimgs asd the members of the Leg.
st, w o it r Z preldenttl nor:rioe wrote ** so poeaten. Wlatue ro T h th e 0ats ef ) the :'

and weavisomg a aetr -. of Ossepqg..
orf8 d rIII, town wIa lasted, the people never rwtem$ d ,la d
flas the oe sent oLt by Mr. Roosevelt. QOOSEVELT SCARED. havi| ln e u4 the Iter. ee s0f
Ewry TThere are ten or twelve newspaper The iea a he dop t the se. i i be
7gjat msnevu r-lw column or t. it is at everlastingtl Judge I arker, in speaking to th. sitwutiolsal amendment wI. ia 8j- fril.deef sM 5
long that few people will @ver read it. visiting editors. said this: wise inporfere with 1he prseof e A. W.OuIl
MCREAY. Edirnd Pur. And even the one who have the The governmental expenditure last a owns purelyagiary
..Y... .. ....... a d .. .. ti-one to wade through the long 4@s d year amounted up to lve hundred and eai ssand o tho se who knowl taln e th m "'--n *!
tiresome documert-for suh it is-wwinll eighthtwo millons, wheh ts int 5em at
Tsuas or SUmsnirroN z itiequaed by sny year sine the Civil of the working of similar esaoteow Ia 3M0i F
wonder why they did so. To b win 1ar, with the eh option of the year of otier State. The propoid leIslatiol bms 1
1A4 Twice.a.Week tr 11 a year; 4is with, there 'i throughout a distins the Spanish war. Instead of se sur lusim. people ils
e.: single copies, Be. ;ask of dignty-mnd even of como in th* annual reevipti of about eight owil enable po a of tale eits poa te a0 uS
ADTsaexRATo.s: eourtey, lis with regret that we millions, whichl the present towne pw Upon a i r *t* lte i
S AmTvImuING RATES.: coiirty. It is with regret that we oie found on assuming Olatrol, there lng their interest as gax payten, nd "eeepte O ip 5
r vertisemeits, 15 n-ts a tline are M0mtpclled to make- this statement. is now a debeil to be found of forty, will faellitte,, rather btha rtard, tshel sase f t
ra frslt and 10 Cents r reach ldi- Mr. housevels, with a fatuous con- two millions. There Is an inevitable Iwprovememts. g
Iplsertion. eeit, c laim. for his party all of the po. result to sueh teitrvSgaae. Inuguration of pub le Icproeenests. -*lht to a -ge
lyed advertisemets fr three, ii irtue. He says that "men Two or there days later Mr. Roose. TEOL. ,Mr
a months at Sa ,elal rttes H Virg .s Ie says that men THE POA
furnished upon a;1;iieatiis]. may differ from to, but they cannot vet caused the fdllowing murder to THE POITIAL ITUATION. .
rg and Death notices inserted aecuse us (if shiftines or insincerity." be Isued i Senator James 1. Tallatero, who m
OtuiarleC S c ents a line, and he further drelaree that "our ac. By dlreetiou of the president. os" eno tes as.r a l
*.... .s... ...... l e sa ials will neither disecass nor give out ha been spending the summer as )lel.
t- ons speak ven louder than our any informatlos re arding the annual fas.l Maine, write to The. P[sabints e s W
Ova Cl.rsiuo LIsT. wirds for the faith that Is in us." estimates until furt hr oaer. News as follows regarding the pollit. sheet
Sun and the Thrice-a.Week The people of this country know very The figures given further along In the lestal situation: t
ysj World one year......... 65 well that the Republican party has speech of the Damomratio candidate "As fa as I oan observe thelshaseeI
Sun and the Atlanta ( a.) I been guilty o: "shiftiness and Insln- show that during the three years of the for Demoeraile *seo* appear to. be
kly Constitution our year. 1 7- 6 e o5s
Sand tihe Atlanta (Ga.) ceri y on most of the important que- Roosevelt administration almost twice excellent, but the task of th De
.Weekly Journal one year. 1 50 tions which hare Nitently engaged as mush money has been spent an. artle part to or om ormSUa NDe
oBn anK the Semi-Werkly public attention. nuially as was spent during Cleveland's aratle Sates, whlch doting the lMas
Union one year ........ 1 0 It boxed all poittr of the compass oni last term. Commenting on this, The few years went to the RepublkMesm, b
W will not ct etamp t money question. Is attempted to New York Herald says: "Judgs one not to be undemtlmastid or #90r
Weno will li(t ascet stan s (Ift a deceive and mislead time and again. Parker, however, only touched the looked. Judge Pourer is evmwb pp
denon nation than 2 ents. ,Aujne who will take the trouble to national sore of exesslve ta* regarded as an able, eosrvatve m iv
? ; lok over its platforms rill have n9 option with a gentle hand. The Im* eonragone man, sat one whse0 e-
i WMOCPATIC TICKET. dia leulty in verifying this statement. mnens Ineoae of government pe*. spent for the eootltatiom sad the 0 i
SFor 'rewldeat, 'A:Ad it has promised revisions of ditures in the last few years is evi. Nmse to be lunspI lag Jseisee W
S ALTON It. AIRKE t.e itriff schedules and reciprocity dently one of thebiiter irssfruits of a all quartenotthe Ueo ty.
of New York. trade arrangements. even going so far emstly imperialism toward the vortew "Panrty a MeIat 4 MlA I
S-- i to make reciprocity treaties. of wbhieh the country has been inBen t saes and able Wbais
'or Vl eiPretddest. 'l:t these treaties were never rti- sibly drawn. As a single *ad *one al. satioj W is ta lS h
SHENRIY ( DAVIS Ied, although they were in secord- elusive proof of the 4mmen eooslll ar d Ia Mwwe fa
t ---r1 ance with the iRepubllcan declarations nessof imperialism It Is only mooeesry doubtful wine, sa
tlitell states sinitor. anJ that party wad in absolute eon- to note fn the oftial statism shot early sowg St theo $mS
,YAMEs P. TALIAFLIRO. trol of the Senate. But really it is not the manual appropriations for the War WeTry ladkilos tha is W
B Member I:or.s. ''nd Iistrict, worth while to waste spate on the Department alone in the last four wat of ubs IlsetW Ip 0 *1
Mm.r FLANKI CLAIRK. things which are matters of history years have been more than doable oee soam ansf ea M
S-and which convict the party behind Mr. what they were In the two Cleveland not eelkeblate sf N
r r rdentti E.ietor .. iowevelt of the groeest "shiftiness administrations, or In say year from
T A. J.N I NG 8 and insincerity." It may be Interest. 18i to 117 Betar Telegmaphta t
3. C. B. KOONCE. Ing, however, to Hfid out what the Re- If hbis year. preldential electionI. that H to. r k da, pmMoj
A. B. NEWTON. publican nominee offers as to the fu- therefore, results Ia a vieary for' the he SBeatew, ws met 0s i kese s
F. B. STONEMAN. ture. And this is no small undertak- Republleas. thus ladoelu their im. the tite ofthedlt dlmtg
:GorTrvr ing when it is remembered that he uses peralIstle polloy and scbemes, who He ws l Hn KamlAes Sm ha
NAPOLEON V. BItiOWARD. :5,&,( words in an effort to givr his en estimate to what stupeadoe khaw that the law lxe I -l t.
ideas about things. He defends--or heights the presnt mountain of tax.- tSnops athsofwed sb
S enetstiry 3 CLAY CRAWFORID. tempts to defend-the manner ip which farmer, the labor, the m sileai, the to taSk the aemeesr ts k Nia
|Attrd.n-'neral, the Panama canal strip was required. merehans, in fat every oelsum, Is viem of the %WnpW fr"e asinit. 64
A WILLIA 1 I. IL.LIS, The canal is a settled fact, but the compelled in every purhas be makes he wa n't lookinmgJ i i
e- estionable method by which the Re- of a tariff protested arte*e to bear thb rifle. Had ist bei seafll
C troler, public of Columbia was despolled is burdens of the Federal government's for e i h Msenmed A t
A. C. CROOM.- one which cannot be overlooked if we expenditures, ad hense he meet biNtiseof the Ijlhiad -e*4
S..tnt.s T-Weaurr@. would retain the respect of our neigh* weish well the answer to this mosemn. have bees thles with tlhego0dsl; Sqi
SILLiLAM V. KNOtlT. bore. Mir. Roosevelt also attempts to toues question before catnK htis next l noe h l eesmgitf t4 allse he we m
.- defend his usurpation, of legislative bajot. JMl like task Adams 'i
A1 p erintendetit ,tf IurIem. lntrlction, power, but he doe ist weakly uas will be -.
; W. M. HOI.LOWAY. readily apparent to everyone who will THE PUULIO 8CHOOLS. Th .h SS.t

Cm i:. I. MjAN[.It%'. !o not 'stat to do Mr. Rosevelt ay, During the past few weeks there s*I at a State t In Fielda wi e
---, sort of injusrie. iHedoes that to him- i have entered the common s*ehoole of at ones aereclt the eiSIa
3 Ralrond 'onilsslonrer. self in most uf the matters considered the country I$.tX).$.A boys and girls. anemia of athe oblb Ploelts sLe to
JOHN L. MORGAN. in his leter. He shows "a shiftiness I Iesides this there will be JU.ooo000 tu. be Iheld at nthap, Noembe Is
FE Aho seeks theh gho e of president institutions of learning The parade be11Wfet s length Sad 11 feet 15 -
Justhies y1tjreme Court. of the United States. Since he has of the (Grand Army or the Republie in width. Stables, pelury pats, peae
S ROBEUT S. COCK lE.L. bnee: president hb has given way to the Boston, recently, with Jewss than 50,0 sand other tblMldiaewIllU be reted ow
STHOMAS S. sl'zKI. lI:vFOD, o n h h e
She tris to restore hmelf to te ng a given point. A peron could i- ear, wi|l be tken of all ehfbts, h

IRepresentutlve. rords as a civil service reformer, agine from this how long he would which will be transpe ntoell lm
J. A. R:ti '1HIO* which ie once claimed to he. have to stand in one place to see the Tampa by the railroads free of ehaw.
0. U.. TI.LLMAN. Coming to the tariff and the trusts public school pupils of this country
'cu".ty Judie. Mr. Roosevelt makes some very start. *march pt. Jd Parkerr Isato tell asi
W. Mason. ling assertions, or at least some rather The people do not appreciate the vorite stoty the tale of a young mw
S---4 remarkable inferences may be drawn public school- and their Influence on in Savannah named DeBoa wb Jha.
Lr ENNEL L front what he says on the souljqets. the life of the nation. They are con- vited his sweetheart to take a M balm
L.He says bluntly, however, that the etantly installing patriotUsm in the ride with him. The y an.g VomN
rihrk C "'ilt Court, protective tariff policy should be i* hearts of the youth of the country, had a very ftehlug lisp. Whet then
5. rH. WIENOES. eepted as definitely establshed,nd yet and area great bulwark in our social hbad reached a rather loassme t bt S f .
S- r. once-and not so very long ago-he and moral life. The teachers are to road the young tas asnnaOm ded, "6This
W .' .l,, was a pronounced free-trader. Is there commended and we oughtto thn where you hen to pa to pl t ke ul p
any "shift in.s or insincerity" aliout God that we have them. oil is either a kiss or squeeze." "Oh,
",ax -l'.'Mr. t.his, ,ust iWw for canpalgn purposes The common schools have their I Mr. Do IBoth," exclaimed his eom.
W '. 1. I(Ai KINSo(N. he grows enthusiastic over the benefl- critics nd faulftinderq, but they keep panion.
iEt. t r P I isructon, cent robberies imposed upon th eo advancing and increasing in efficiency. ws
1fcewr~iitelnt 1-1 Pu,4i, -Inruction, ent robberies imposed upon the ptn. Their purpose is. not to make soldiers New turo* up Thoema Hague, $A
.. L. Kj .LEY. ple by the lans which he formerly d Their pur er Irishman, a tena of th Lds work.
.-- wounded. And then he attempts to ordoors, orwho lawyers but Americand
S.W' 1 It ET"Sr e N. how that the trusts do not derive tizen of the truest and highest type. houableelim h o beak the obably, man in
W. ayl, Ielial from tim tariff The assImilation and amalgamation of Ptb claim o be he old mn in A
C .untv Survrur. sehediu'. I nrtps this is te boadst the natioualitiee in the public schools the world e was born, The reweod vd
JAMI.8 CItOXTOSN. assertion made by Mr. Roosevelt.but is one or the country's greatest safe- 18how year.
" r'it,,mnioiers. ---it is, at Iast.decidedly charseteristlc. guard.. l t.h year. w
|Cra t' i er. It is undeniable that the steel VOTE FOR ALL AMENDMENTS. Though not due until next. June
.ri J. t (TEEN. tnt, liy reason of the tariff on steel bugolofists have discovered that the
Cr. P rpIrCK. rails, has had a monopoly of the Amer. The Sun believes every one of the seventeen-year lost, or the eloadae OLDB fi
F. P. 'PA LLININ. lean market at $2S a ton and has been constitutional amnt dmente should be has made its appearance aid bids fair Gulaea 4.
SJ. r TOWNSENI). selling rails in Canada for $1.50 a ton. adopted at the November election, and todo the amustomed amount of dam* Pl1108 O
Slr Memhbrs of Schold )oard It is also known that most of the other especially the one relating to Inur. age to the trees and shrubs.
T. A, DOKE. trust products are sold abroad cheaper portion of cities and towns. Three- D' l
W. .. MARTIN. than they are at home, and that the fourths the time of every enieon of The ground upon which the Bank of
R. It. WEEKS. exhorbitant tariff duties make this pos- the legislature is occupied in consid- England stands Is valued at $0 a
S........ -- bible. ering bills amending city and town square foot. Should the bank ever
Another corporation outrage. says And in the windup the president charters, to the neglect of Legislation find Itself pressed for money It couilda We4a
SI Lake City Index, is reported. It deals with the Philippine juesetiun. fie of a general character. The amend- sell its site for 932,7,0000. he
a that the delegates to the says "We did not take them upat meat to be voted upon at the Novem. bo Ie---- oWpr
er' Congress that met recently in will." There is one thing which we ber election will enable the Legislature Chicago has 7,800 saloons, 5,70 1 I
h onville, who live along the route can do, however-a thing which (lr. to adopt a uniform system of chatters school teachers. NK,200 private home s sp s.m

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.*WMlOt- 1A the it~e of the dauie. tierIof ment tli the cstatesi I infant', and in ca.eq -f
lw to r rlspective, ouanlMon lim t t'coavicti.n u l (elut in thie c a-tir of i:co,rJd.
MO WI ar are deuly qualified, and and in all cimlinal ';.,rc torifintIn in thet
t ht when any county court circlit courts. The court shall hiave l p cooIm, l tllItd ctn iy cmty. In to litaet wrip of inagidaiums. ccrli-ornti, pro-
mty judle of saitd euntity 'hatll hibid.... to varratlo. Iri)bn )r coiTJ, 1Yanti
1MS le id ,4 perform fit* v duties u1 jdI allda. all writm atcceixary4 ,r r plrr itv hr corn.
a il yia oirt mistil hiM tert of ohicr e lete ercrci-e f its jur.ulictLt,. F1ih of the
d *l' s'ie tti tl l hialli have pnjm -r ,- itle w int ol ha-
aIpi -ba roE'btg'nm to atjy o )aiprt of (ite Sfite iapln peti.
tion hy, or on lehtI t ney i'er",n held in
ARTICLE .X\4V. actual custody, and nmay. niakle 'c4 writs re-
Lturable before himself .tlathe lowlag amendment to the Con- or any j utkz e thereof, o,r before any circuit
tlittie- O thf shate of Florida be, and the Judge. ani when not riturmtn!d to the Supreme h bebir ~"rel (to. and slll Ibe ah-. C'o.ur, frt apiPeal too that ,:.urt %hall always%
VioM. Il.D Owl *-eklr ol the State at the Sen. li.
OW ai11la- In tn or rarlttictstle i oa ref.ret m: SectIn 11, ol Article V. of the Con'titutlln
4If- tmki e of Arldtle m .of the Conslitu- o( Sthe Stait of FlV aia is herebty anc ird on
l 0 ft.&** of 4or~idar i hebtby ameCn]lc as* tn read as lollott4 ;
:ewdit aH 0 the et Iho 1ot 11. The circuit C4urt shall h+ave
y dir ofo toap othe in.$6q-shald or.l d l"v? d e or tinal j ltlliu i n all cases
t t) ividuaJc i-In equ1ly.i A ll41 ,e a
l!t r a 'suciatlo : mW'r shall tr e b 1 t(Ier o V j, t, i n a ll
ih1me 1 *m a joint owner or stockholder "case innh l In Ihe l r ity i n a taxl
lutre &na not authorize auy cout. cjectantemt, and o ll ;11 tI., sq irtv< tvi t
'fI elt8 r washi or ilorIn.oratedl distit l*e or houndaries t f real estate. a]t of all
h'. ~ a s4 oh Jder in uty onipaly, 'crIminal n.ot cignlratle lty Inferior
". emraltief or to obtain or cistt, at',d original )Furf.dicti,1 of actlr', of
epuupruolate IUOS for or to loan It credit forcible i ntry, Lant1 un4ila t l,-thiner. and of
.l .rpets, ssmciation, I sttu:omon or in- sll cs other matters a the legislature tmay pro.
Gl ennt la the Le.ulatu. n ar ? ide. They shaLl base Anal AspeQlate lar4tc.
U aI cororatlatlte tt e to rlte on In all Cit iand rl.. sI caet arising In
. i etull tw or sw* e .peid G ofT the ramuit court rcr ti.e lthe Cs. nty j udge,
St.iG e usia llcipul authorltist mty sem and of c11 misdemeanre and ,hi e.. tr ied
lwiring terpr f that may in the towrt of rrcerI, or i 'Judw uct t ,r en.
the sd municipality, bat no eil tenets of any nmunidial curt. .rILI -f .1; eaq,
eMptes ll bee for longr period than anris tW before utices of the peace in ei.intsirt
m r J In w. fThkh there is no county court. ,r ..ftUfTt (f,
record, and supervisIon and appellate jirhtdic.
ART, tiso olf matters arisint hefote i I'dge
ARTICLE XX."' perltainn ito their probate jurldicri dn or to
S the statis and interests o% minors, tnd of
% -thefolWS*ndmdeneto theCoa-uch other Matt es a she Legislatute may pro-
uml m l the Stlte of kldlm~ be, and thef vide.% The circuit court mni fudges shll hate
eimS !a,.bebrlred to,...and ubal be *ob po*'r to i 'sue urit-i ;s(if1""Ja"u, injmiction.
mittS mltSo11h0 e. On ofe tho Stat, at the Wnt quo 1arra4ntd certlorali, prnhlbihmn. Iabeat
" #* I NInembrW. l3 foe rlikratfitmon ,r1 sandfi ts, V.o rV" V. p l ein Mry tc the
Iee f Articl XV halt be ammpete time Sof their jkdictin.
& 0.eA tric1S.e.[tom 4, Atticfe V s, i atCp'nlitsmilc ot
M so rtread a follows: e he Sate o Florida a hereby t tateded so as
Br.t.. *qialstur0 shall p rVMide '1kw ret i o...tiSOaow!
tiM Iito d p osl ni4 dI beori.k91al- o f mil "ritOM SLupon the apllatlon C( tna.
St.All dee 9lmosst t the u ortlyo th f e regited e erm of any tsilty
pns C t aI'ell l ws anid j dicial decionkf, in tthis ate, the loeglihwlatre thail e'tmb1Il*h i
1a. be te tot putbllttlom by 7awi perswm. such county 4 court ti record, and there shall
Sit dmeunt l tb*e Supret Col shall becne JundJ e for each of the said costt., who
i Z tll athe s"(on o( the crtt shell be a phw.lelsgti attome' it law.R a.i4 who
.sMl bA iad wh r he clrk t6 $sblI be appointed by the 'ernor roiand con-
Mid wort.w fit -4 by the iSenate. and who shall hold his
oiece for, four year,. .I* annual alarvy of the
ATI. \fdge of said t court shall be paid qiuarterl
ATICLE XV. y tht e count wereuch court i es tablished
.te io f 1, @f1Article YV. of the 'Coastltutlo. tn halt be aS p&totI ewtleh It qn
of tM Stje oa Fl d! is hereby Smended to iU s; in eCouittl of from fifteen th,.,a141 to
as to ret m -oll e* thi ny thousand popIlation ilten hunalrr
SetioL 2 The Judicial power of tihe State dolls; in co le0s y ffrom thirty thousantm at
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ART '[ T.IT N\. 11.
That the fi lCfg f'T;rmi to
A0 Arle. 111., .v -ji V ..,-r .24. Artict
I(. and the ;rIe;l f t "i. i f., of Artk ,
VIII f the ( C tn..:;i 1i 'he Stale : 4
tflrida. Ihe. and air hlrt.1' v;tCr tA I, sn aU4
lie s iu milt tii (e l t f. i 'tati it
I.. VMO. In-wit:
Section :t rltti aT 'I (.,..nftd
of the State 4t I'iuL'., I. [Etviy auin ritd *t
as to rted as hfllon "
Section W. The eL;.--Ilatire i.; I not piM
special or loral law itn any 'f the fiollowh
enumerated casem; that ig t' -., rtgfr1lt
the jurlsdtctkn and siliqtii4s r' ai '">i'' .
lice t or fore tsI i pnirluhniet .f CiiT mer rt0 pe
drme"nor : except or I t -e nfrcrient of spel*,
I lotyca laws rreilating the p(rac:ti'e if coef 1
of justlet; ptrvhing u(,r cl1jinin v"%t* 4 of
qIvil and crImInal rairts frrnting d iottrt;+
changing the name, of pe'rf. -u; %i<'atinllg 1toi3
'tummuning end en aftirliii rand and pSd ;
luris and pr.hiling b.r tf:eir cCmpentltwlf 1
ftir ailessmcnt and ctClrc'tinL, ( taxe fnor State
a"nI coutinty, anld muntripal .tfr potri; (for op.
ing and conducting relrcti.ns f ec uny and municipal ftFierr. wil. for deslw
nation the places of( s.tting; for Cx.' ls &tat ..,
estate belongin iC Itiroir,, rpa.tC4 uf $0(l e -.
denti, and of perons alamii r miil'r Ic ial lmW
;.blltiel; regulMting the lateesi o fficer'c of the-
State or "onu ty or mniicipalltticA; iviWnc efft
to Informal or invalid deod! (, v iil: TciglT"iti,'
ing children: providinag for the adoption e
children; reuev-Tn rn'in'e ri.,, h-gal diait6,'
tient and for the esotabli.Thment i ferrtic.
Section 4, ArtkleM III. t tile mtitutO '
of te Stlate of Florida ia hrrel-y arindred f
as to read as follow: "
Section 24. The Ja&jicuture rsh>it-.I-llt, i4'k
a uniform sy'sternal if ttutiy <4>vtc1'Ti1Cnlt. It
sh6ll dlbide muhtchu.lti hit in'' .a*,r ,i< .ot
more than four, i.n the I "is t a Ii itualJtioaf '
It shall establish for each clam, a u 1ifforT *!s**,-
tem of government' it *hall pro itder ,r the re-*
Icortor aton of each now r.itlin MUniT-'cipt1
and (or the incorprtllon o( (ach hetr.after to
6e incorporated neunicipality inrt not 1i uch
class and no law relating to the c-re10t"fl
QovIMnMtent or iMwers of any iiirnmipvahty t"
number of nmunicdpaIte it' n rIh the holE
of a ctla., shill be l< t id.
Section I. Article VIII,. rf the (% ,men-t.I ,,
of the State of Florida l' hereby reft- f,4l.
The votes cast in comptlance witti .,'l pro- *
pr. d Amendment,. an4 the .ns. rara.
lb n and returns theref. sthall 1 .rt i'.ee' tI
the lame regulation. and rrctrt tfLSni gr
Srowldd b law for tile of orid. I
1n t1etlmMony hereof. I h've hertunto w!t I
hemd ad affixed the (;rraSt 4 .1 e tae .
eC4 ftorldai at Tatlaha*s rIt day of AniA. JA 'T. V14

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.1 thi State c4 Floriea i 4fehr, i
*i tP rI1td f1lli;CAm5
"Swision W. The cn.'rt it
*,7clunv ilmd4dicgkan 4f *MU ri
Coxlwlal, which h s1ll alte in
all caes at law. In which l
value of ihe properly dow em t
thusamn doIllars., Mrd c rents
cua co1rt, sha)l hav1 eaclet ivi
,1rihetedinm relating t> l orrl
lAw0ul d 4ainrr Of aittlm an4 to
Section 3. ctf Article V, *. g,
41 the late of Vlorida is hereby
e' to led ** loltowfst
"w4tion M. There )sbail it ia
cmurt of record in c( is yr.i r,
Section I?, ,j, Artiuc \ x. I ,,
of (the.talte Fl() ri4a t. .tII 4a46
a to read a Jitolh, i.:
"Sctirn 3. l. There ,),;il te f t r
44 record l |Ipro6ti iIIV Lit rit iety,
the county solicilt.,r., 0,I:lW ,
the i'overnt'r siad OnrL itr |
and who shlll hold oftiec ir oS, r
e'mnpensa{ion iiall be ike. by thl
Section .M of Alitlc V. .1! r0i
ut < St t. lritl t. :.,~'t, .
ai to rvad ras fll'w,: .,
Section 3 All otii- v,. ytfidlh!e In
4,f Trc rd th ll r .Ti-, I "'I ,1 l. 1-a
rnttr orAth, aiil ,.'.. ) It N
wh itlh lr lie c stl c t i t '01 'I rj (or
county solicitor I.'ut it. j jury
ctit court fur the t iin' y 1: Y i;:ich
tecord is held, sti i tit 1 h ft ofmic
in the court ('I ec t ,tF I, ;i Z ie
much in4IctTIentm the cirC'i' hm
cr, hail the a c l,edl r b, r '1r.e o
crd4, and ti-lk ti.kvty ', 1, r of
sha)l i tndniliattey til t: n u 1. f it ati
1,8 td upon 1 h'lclh indict -'Fr.i,
DiAlivn the atmc' ,1 *. .!:,1 r,,- efI, .
Stecton 2i. Ait' t\, i th e. (C
f the State f'I l r trtU', i, I.; .ty a I
as to read as itl.ow:;
"Section 2. There hall tr no co
In any Cuunty ~where &a cuuii l rccite
Section P. ,4 Arti.'l 'V, tie C
ot the $tale j" F14'Ir i is ti) a
a& to real as folk.w. .
"Setlon 10. The t Ik K ..< the court ofi
lhall be elected vby idkr i rck r 14, 'i tidv
which the coiut i. i tutlhh.i;,,, and s.a
c itice ^f $our y.ilr1 .1 A. I,1. b-rFIp'"(lttp
le tfixed by lit 'lI .e h ii ,t f t'4
hall be the exi f,', ,; (r I l .ai l
dutlek and frre shl.11 l.c I,0,1 hy law.,
Section t1 *1 Art'lre \ .I the
ltion of the i'it f I i-,I.:,.!4, h'reby
to am to readily uS !a 1114*
Section 31. All rut I r .s(te
the crerit rc ,rtL, ,Il.Jll toe .,llilkabc-
CoursF o e) re ,- 7,1, .il -ll 1.m% relative to t
"il Ciouirt', L. i;,. "01.I j t.1 o Ceft.
ICo01. t4. l antr! <1 'rtme ,v,.y he hldieb
court oi retrrd tu ainther c'*skrrt rO
tu the circuit court ni atigilh-r countll
11nO cause.. Anti tlanlrr t1, law prcLOWh*
chanting tlie etinc tlirim thy rrcukt
one coW 1nt 0 to tlhe riTiLil I-t, r of lo
co.uuily. Th* (,vc';zT-ar l1;1,6. Its hil dldi.
order the jutulef I.Jii urIksduie t
the circuit curt A c uty to 0KMJ
special term of a ra i-Ir c1.,rd oq A
tnimty, fur the rlirIrei Af rIz ing case
which the judc ofse i the cot toe disqualified. aien to i cals M e :
In a court of record, shall t'av the massi
to trial by judges ad liltri,. ..r by ree"es
ay exitit under this Cton.tilnitln, or tio e
in reference '0to caei. in 4"i'.int rutrtsf, *r
if the judge rf the court o( t'r% e dhiw
fled, trapsier thle iltar ti i !er iruetit co4l
the county In which ,uh .-ie t ti recordva
Section 33. of ArIk',r V, .f( hlr ont
thit of the State iof I i s hrrrchy inee
so as ito read an folli.:
"Section 12. Cour, rt.( rTt.'r hall hbe
I*lied l.y the Le it.tnitw '1 '.j." A pel
of maJni rtyifr (,tie (T',.-, li le'6 <,
ceunly, %here *uch C', '.i lhhed.

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PI h Orchard Compt-
W:. oill MM B" in u.l
Thousands of -Bushel of
prult Prom Two-Year-Old
Last I**Sean Which Irought

jh hsanding that the Alunes.
iyeth Omchard Company. the
eefas orchardS of whom are o.-
s Palmer, on the elaboard Air
'Ealre the largest crease in
in the county, and probably
tsate, the company is preparlon
Sts arelage onestbird by
Owl during the coltinlg season
jtinlal hundred acres.
Taylor, manager of the in.
of the comnpay., and i.e iof the
rborooghlly potted hort inultrtstr
uBlture in the Stutr, declared
b b tlwo hond red acres which
aI last year the company made a
e thing financially. The irees
iy two years s e, and bore so
that is became necessary to
the branches lamt season with
Order to prevent themn front
down under the heavy load.
of bushel, were taken from
and hundreds of others were
to rot upon the ground on ae
o f ihs earelty of labor and In.
,tolther and ship them at the
*.trleltl of fruit grown by the
le Pelth Orehasd Company
but all are hardy and good
*ead last season brought extra
In the Northern markets.
wgleral weeks ahead of the Geor-
J,ad eof a peculiarly rich ap-
and flavor. there was no
l disposing of the entire rop
the same could have been sore-
by the arrival of peaches
hebor states io the markets, While
'lerid i varieties a rule are
B miller than (thO e which come
Georglao Delaware and Maryland.
erids production is said to be
lespelor in flavor, and always
I.t own when placed In compel.
with theo larger varieties.
1 learned on good authority that
Iille Peachl (Orhard Com-
Sam no preparing to put In an-
h ndred aere, which will give
a areasge next season of three
i-eema Readily Yields to Han-
. 'Oc k's Liquid Sulphur.
Auluts in hebildhood and eesma
Vflgedalike are cured by this fa.-
bouehold aid.
momses the affected parts-often
or anklea-should be tnthed
r ly when dilated with Han-
Liquid 8ulphur-nature's great-
4kbl,i herpes, ringworm, pim-
pi kly heat, diphtheria, catarrh
msker are guaranteed a cure by
's Liquid Sulphur, also sore

A of the eyelid, scalp, nose,
ad throat.
AM leading pharmacies. Val"
Iksriptlee booklet on the use
l of this standard article.
Liquid Sulphur Co.. 1fitlt

Off to St. Louis.
itmrday's Daily Mon.
Me H. H. McOrearrv e. eo 8

For may year. It has been supposed
rr he Stomach ed Indigllem
a4 dy4spepia, sut the truth is sutty th
qppowte. Indtiation oast oiatrrh. Ren
paid attacks of listiogtnU intflame the
mieous Miembranms lt hng the stomaroh sa
expos" the no rve of the stomach, thus ea -.
lag the glands to seorate muein ntatd4 of
* jules of natural digeation. This Me
called Catarrh of the tornoh.
Kedl Dyepspata Omr
reeves stll nflammatlon of tih muo
smnbraftns lingl the stonmat. protect tsb
serm. and oumw b" breath, sow mp, S
ssMe of fuliep water a ttng. eId teiIesQ
dympepala and all stonsh troubles.
KObiDlue McWhal YO tUa
tM t 10. twineS 3.
h1014r4tl eS, wehh Mi.e for oease .
prepared v 0. DewlTT & O., OMes Sl
Sold by All Druggists.

Men Arrested on Charge of Seltling
Whi.bkey Temporariie Free.
W'r litn 1, r a,.',ht, ka nd
It fi ai ,,a.o t .i i, 1 t Q4* !firCL'l IiAn
arresird t;ariy W\r.dnt day iniarnitiK ,y
Shutit tF-entizlwI upon a charge of teli.
infK whhike-y in a dry county, sr.d wl.o
remained ii 1prir all of Wed: itday
dAnd Wedfncday night, Lavat' Ltfj, v-.
leasted, .having iveni a utisfactury
bond of fo raach for theil appearance
at thte iext trtim of tl.e circuit.L ctirt,
which wi0l convene in tllhi eity rurly in
tOto0J- r.
Shte'riT 1 3IITnye. ini ieprakLi: ~ f the
matter W\d,:i.-'1m). *staled if.At lit* had
*uffleiett rv~dej-ce again( tl t! v:;itn to
convict theti, which resulted in the ar*
rests. Het sca:td further tLat he funad
two quarts of wliaskvy in lossesslon of
Hutghes, and that hfe ditcuvrre4 bot-
ties of whiskey buided in a call pateh
near the lhont of Johnsonu. HIe found
no wl.ikery in possession of tilass at
the time of thte arrest, but declares he
will be In position to prove that Glass
ham bern hautisng liquor front Starke
toGainepvjill ald dlippnoiQg of same
for a financial consideration.
These euses will be called at the next
termnn of the court, and will no doubt
attract considerable attention.
Chamberlain's Cough Remady.
No one who is sequaintew'With Its
good qualities can be surprised at the
great -)puIularity of Chlamberlain's
Cough Itemedy. It noavonly oures
oolds asnd grip effectually and perma*
nently, but prevents these diseases
from resulting in pueulmouia. It is
also a certain cure for croup. Whoop.
Ing cough is nut dangerous when this
remedy is given. It contains no opium
or other harmful substance anw may
be givet s confidently to a baby as to
an adu:. It is also pleasant to take.
When all of these facts are taken into
eonuideration it ia not surprising that
people in foreign lands. as well am at
home, estem tiis remedy very hihlyl
mand very few are willing to take any
other pfter having once used It. For
sale by all druggists.
Justice Colman'a Court.
Justice Colnian held a short but In.
termltigK *suinn of his court Thurse
days-particularly interesting to Willie
Hihll.colored. who was charged by Eve.
line Williams with ueing profane and
indecent laugiuagle tn public.

When arraigned the defendant
pleaded guilty, much to the disappoint.
meant of the usual crowd who had
gathered through inre curiosity to
hear evidence in law cases. *
Justice Colman. maeM d a *ine of
$260 and cost. admonishing the de.
fendant to keep oLtt of such trouble In

td J. N. Strobbar of this Saved His Life.
ad kisse Pet Wells of Worth- J W. Davenport Winigo, Ky., writes,
U aim sad Ay cock of Melrose 14, r"I. want to tell you I
e daeleatIon which will rtp- b. e li.laI,. lno L em sa e
t Smitah Ohapter, Unitl belied Ballard's. now Lniment saved
eL the Oonfederacy,. at th u my' lif. I was under the treatment of
SedvntIon, which will begin two doctors, and they told me one of
R Ise0 the -4th inst. my lugI was entirely gone, and the
hi e~icr,-,--r Meht,., and other badly affected. I also hd a
d*epdWry. yMerdhant lump ian my side. I don' think that I
dpwnedL yesterday. As could have lived over two months
le they were joined by the longer. I was induced by a friend to
delegate.e and proceeded try lallard's Snow liniment. Thse
first application gave me great relief;
SOonley ,also formed a two flfty cent bottles cured tnme sound
O the party from here. She and we l. It 1* a wonderful medicine
6 Ibe convention and the and I r'connintid it to suffering hu'
lIar, and expeete to return vanity ." '25c.hN c, 1 i. .4ild by W.
delegation to Gainelville. M, Johnoiin.
i" Can You Eat? I Nr X I : v.kRlPl'CH ATI(ON'.
gTlor, a prominent merchant aLrndI Imfr' at Gal a.%stifle. F....
Te., says: "I could ,sieptewmier ;.k IA.
SNothie i -r e r i sen that thr foll .wlal-
ee of a weak stomach. I onte i1ter ,.a, mled nmothe or her intention
Sltren th and ran down in tho l akf-tiI: i;rf i rn ,+eui'.r e '" h te ,.'Ina .ni
bMoiall hope of recoveryl an- ih "I a

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Who haw. one of the largest and leat
selected stocks of

Wagons, Har-

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these goods will be sold on the '





The Gainesville

Furniture Com pany

Announce the opening 'of their
Mammoth Household Furnishing
Store between October let and
10th. We will display the larg-
est and most up-to-date stock
ever brought to this market,
Our new stock will consist of
Stylish Bed-Room Suits, Odd
Dressers, Dressing Tables, Ohif-
fonuiers, Iron and Brass Beds,
Sideboards, Buffets, China Closets, ."."i"
Extension Tables, Diners and
Rockers in all styles, Book Oases,
Secretaries, Center and Library
Tables, Mattings, Art Squares,.
Rugs, Etc.-in fact, everything W
to be found in a first-class sfr- *'g
nishing house. Prices uparaun- f u
teed to be correct. Parties con-
templating the purchasing of ...,
anything in our line will save gb& o I
money wy waiting for our Grand 4 '




Everybody can
or Wagon, a
easy terj

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S .., X building u "ana e i omple4. lm. ipmwos e4 -. set.
Afe An a britbto sinss visit o this J. v Mosetes of #Maepytp o
Sb vt ty, In. J. Caser has reurned tq'o r hoprMtetr of tue O ta
Sf at Niwb ry. Mr. Cartr, hi who laiassimM bbaiiw I t
if" for man 1r egan d la 46** 66 tIn. M1. Melttu *w1 f| *
Se t' h'a o opened a fine f stofr in ewierV, seeT bospmitble sad bstwb se
and will no dchWe eJjoi a Ice tdae los le$ kte Rste, esa the asIs
Sk as H a it namer msklag fri a u.m pbiea fhd to t4ir iprWIv t1 e s
'p l 'Iu s to bulf it, but wMblh Is 4 m* re ors
-tinedg to prove Mfltable to him Apasls is n$k 4 So th S4ui-
oe. f Das, oa r she f t pholt. seas "of W iu seewle Nsurt. S
SBhe e o R y Ba g Pow r ulenas colored spasene of Albefs whisk appearssiew lal this fO
.. : to me O o county, left todre for DeLsutd whoew.s emr r ,fe aNn a
SMhe heMasoepted the pittlion as priaet. ems il al
Pa of the high schoolthebre. For r*** bodle4 ad ed AN
Wdy"fopf G^rall terms Prof. Dys has sre a MameSt wala e, we is ll'
SY food prinelpal ofr tal Asdutle. Sh oels. sews, sameteI plM. ps *
S.. edegrdeds hool of thl s t@w, whenhe e deemt, ant *
Sar ee enmetire iatiusfasilo to bbth pa. Ipe asheW she Mmait0 seI fl
1traaons puptl,, Bad Is is wish ee e 4"'
SRuva Pow kina der saves health. t h s h .e ass..r
WJ WWl AlAfter as absew of toer Mstasl s qulve NUlml
"v.A g asSu PowOe co., Ew voR. during h Mli s he. o Wa d glaml d i iilaws a M.
as Frmes., Pret. tA J leekha s. *sres e ity eftd. r.
tur ed to e he e tbis hit0y. 11 t sheet w& huu
Vow Sales-4 td.bhaad D monmews Fskbet is will be meebth** s ed fe M M616o*8tm hIS
SHpewriter. Will be sold cheap. Ap Maol hbd tb ri l forte em lss, bI a h hr '19 ,
SF-o Wl D pl ,Stsno at dott h r ,H.w. a m ii S ._
VT llW. G.u Rierdee"d, of Teemswn a lida r o i, I tol O>pj
visitor tothis .ty yesterday MrN R haof an 4 ,mmr of g,,,#a 1 e1W
R;^--- -M stson BO *ow d with Mr Ca* reptfoi. irit-4 it nte4 MI t Isj XnEm
Bstta l Phosphate Co epa linear Now. him how*sasjq, be% q napo tbhe W1t6 l
Sberry, btleg one of the valued *w* wta la.isM agb9ins,
Sby O'*S"S$f- pios ins the commissary depSrtuea. a a
-ND3A TMS Barah Nolan Baptist Chusk, c6.10%..
A" av g'wIok of divine worship wblch result-. m s hl e09ita
a"Ip S What IS Os i4 In the seasersnto to the ush bof Usmaotw-usm Osepa w. sie
Te S i et Par ps fsl. souls, all of whom were tbi arn d he d to haw el a.L
fstI eow no Re d."m S unday. Rev. J. D. Vlswe tis pMtr swe. xA third oy, U84 bis
of this churcb.
LeRo yS. Peare. Jr., the bright lib*I. whbh will ibe wed m et. l @a.
ZW..J *e Bfi ti sle .son of Leroy N. Preme of Ala- es-panmast Utb l esly ,.."
I a Wo.iertml 1alve for st shoe, ha. entered his S.t year .. mee.a.y t .l e I, t i. "the
B M ^lus6 Virida Saminary. Master Peaws' ee. o a(. Thuqeoa Wash e, WoIB
VL. L rBak"oof Rhs oPolat ws ay friends. realizian his brightesss *p ssv mil gsadeH
IS the eity yetedar. epel great things of hl a&Ith ellom egg ab* aqm .
S Camof Banta Fe was smang of his eullp esafwr.
tis. to this skty yesterday. Harvy Hutehlaeon h as returned
ftm"a of Alashms was transMac frma Denver, Olo.. when he has bees . .
tlala this eity yesterday. for the put math os a vilt to his I i
J. J Barr of Misopy was wife. me states that sho Iso joylag r hli s
besi ess in th isteltl loe- S health, mnd Btht Osh will rtortom lg tord "g "
her hoae here In abets a momthb. hiled h' b ,
wheels..a.. Ws p md .-""w
Iy. N. fIeh of High springs w friends will be glqd to weleome her. ^ ,I el
bakUsinoss in this oity ye- J. W. Alseop and fat1l who have W es up Me t
I!S. -ben residing in North Glanesville for 0Mn who e 1 to
Vm. Lit.ledale nad dauhter of several years, have moved to lthe M f1
were shonilag in she sip sity. *n4 are Dow pleasatly lested Mljgigago ,yflnenu
is^l one of the Thomasu cottages, Nonkh sulitbri rewarded bty -I 6t _
Th*in. o bi-le. 4.M arden street. Mr. Alsop has ae- Gw. td --n .. wt3 m* i
J. Norsworthy of ic.cptied a posIition In she hardware -* S Btdq's LM* S i. ft' ._.aple .
gistered at the Damstore of S.J. Thomas. ForwSle-s hones mmd twe*heusp Oh*ublO^ .
peeterday. 1. J. Moltae of Hawthorn, the turai- wago. H. Roth. dlm vbbe
f 1.1. Csstello sod son, lmm, @1 tore manufacturers' aent, was i the W. M. Thomas of Monateseba was Jae IHe
prings ywere among those who sip yesterday. He came for the pur- trying In Met city yfetrday. .
(lainavll ss ereiday. pIs of entering hi. son, Emrnest De F. O. Godfrey of Atachus was aI bnI.- f. 5 118 I 4. ..P
rttfl C. Baowden of Hatchet Wit, in East FlorIda Seminary for nes visitor to this eilty yesterday. 0
I s11'moog theos who eame to the third term. Ernst's old sehool- '1n. l of Hh 8pi MIs Al* Fsell h e@-"
ie trading yeersyday. mates are glad to have him back again Tamote iors tof this c Alt yl h
among the eleit01s to th*I aliy iwatnr- f *t AAlhi v-i ii *ii *--
U.?. Brewton. a clever oiltsen of as he is the life of his ellass. dps IS .
iplw, wee in the oily yaterday and C. A. Colalough has returned to his d i.n o hei MaPy .d
iThe Saua as agreable call. home in this city, after an extended br. vi lo heM oofnh tlo w t Womn .a i o v
Mt. ad Mrs. F. D. Warmor have re- visit to polite West and Saratoga, IN. stot. W.ih S l Mr

tM4 from New tork, where they Y. Mrs. Colceough and daughter. Miss .... to thi lty yeiO .
bees for the pat three weeks. Loeile, are still in Sarato a, where The friends of Thoe. Dosey will re. Now Wo tr b WUNeileb *I 4
ita brief visit relatives in this they expret to remain for the next.gret to le tht he is oltted to hi e h
fMaer Orrim Sheflelpd of Haw. few week. Friends will be glad to room with fever, dr. .i ed d an
em returned to his home yesterday, learn that they have enjoyed a pieus. C. E. Melton, the lumber atasM- U. lM MAiU W.IA.One M H
S2 H usworth ad wie ofat season., turer of Mlissopy, was a buslies vie. PNat ewl oeg olst ho b
wereworth and wife who Prof. t.J. l llouf Alachus, afte r I toer tothiscity yesterday. Oalmeevilu wtithevIeiSehdas -''
nherlile wih visit ser- brief visit t this ity. returned thisis M. E. Jolley and son, Fred, of Mism A 0le Tamer, tohe e lW
e iRulle home yes terday. Prof. Ellis was for Orange Heights were among the vi. daughter of $. Tutaer of t
Wq.f Jg S prins,_many year onm. of Alachus county's iors to this eity yesterday. View, was shopp(I I la cty wlr oh
ft Ryalo ef lthh SpriBnl, one most efficient teacher but has de. Miss Blanch Itawls. the harnlm g day.
employ of the m hanial e aided not to engage in the profesalon daughter of I.. B. Rawls of Aluhsu, Miss Evia laHilC al s uretd ftem
at Atlantic Coast Lie, was a again. HIe is fnow connected with the has entered EastL Florida Seminary for North CaroJin, whebe she hA bee*
to this city yesterday. store. of I.Roy X. Pearce in the cap;c- the term. on a delightful snet tOililtwofe l e~
0. C. rrs of High Springs wa t "y of sal'nmu.. It. '. Thumast of Alachus, one of'the weeks.
sitor to this city yesterday, haviTig -- leading citizens of that section, was a R. F. Lewisot Bell, the tie SoutS
for the purpose of placing hip o, R A1) TH 1S visitur to this city yesterday. Hemade toe who bhi somps llt and Pflr, ,
e, in EIt Florida Seminary. R A The Su an agreeable call, renewing was trasaeting boalneN In thtisl 'si
rlod of mul and 1,orses. tine Jekaiuo,. Tet... June 4. lw'l--T-hii L ib subscriptiuon. y lterdy.
r Mules,, suitable for tu.r(n. -is t, eirtify that tni e bottle Uf the Prof. iPaulin Mlphurw of Canpville, J. A. Parrish and son of Hag n and
S lorgsinipurposes. For ale at xas Windr, lall'reat Iiser thr e tliiett y principl f the eorllek of Itooky Polt wre
cureltablea. dl.Morg(. i er i of kid- lllvillo public school. was in the among those who o were tradisin to
14Wg* E. A. 'iunnell of Bronst, one ne y. bladderr and rleuatic troubles city ycaterday on btiuiness connected aity yesterday.
the ldest and most widely kno.n .Iad- ,wuty. Chuborfully recomn.tnl-d "i ic with the t ihol boa, r
f that setion,wam ton t the .pulIf ubledwith a we&k dititr
whothat a section wati sv amw n a K.i. 1k: Axo.Wuk. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt aar rejoicing Cbamtbeflainer Stomahan d lw Tb-
whofavored iainesville with a over the birth of a fine baby girl, lts. They willdo youeoid. VForts
Il terday o A TEXAS WONDER. which oeourred at the home of the by all druggists.
ItRtawlstof Alaehus. one of the latter's parents. C(ol. and Mrs. I. E Anold, colored. a ptnpmre
residents of that progressive, O)e small bottle of the Texas Woo- Webster. Thursday. Friends extend farmer of Fairbanks, wa lIa tae slty
was in the city yesterdayy and der, Hlall's Great Discorery, oures all "eogratulations. yesterday and renewed his subserip-
k1s name enrolled on the sub. kidney and bladder troubles, removes l Rev. B. Roger of the First Iap. lion to The Sun.
list of The Sun. gravel, cures diabetes. semipal aisa- t Chur conducted services in A. J. Beof mpwille W a the
i< JE 5 A. William. and two whlil. weak and la backs, Meteuma- orhGa. es.ille1. HI nlh. e y trda. e IslM wtas The suta
5 A A l iacsaard theity on aimsid sall irregularities of the kid- forth aiueniilu tall last night. city peeterap. eah
Of Alachu are in the city on a The mister was greeted by a good ofllee and renewed his euberiptca Sto
S aptan a Mr. and bladder in both men and rtion and delivered a most Alahuas luminlary.
.i-wmen. re.ulates bladder troubles in -_ ... n. h. & *..i.-



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