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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H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Creation Date:
July 2, 1906
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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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University of Florida
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S14th W~as a Pay Winch
,. +.Wil be Riempnhercd,


(~t It.*orhprIled Scriptural Readings,
"I,.Vo0al:l and in.trumerttal Music,
h' A' ich Were 'W6.i Ren-

K.. .r iood, June 19.-The Children't
i,:llDay Oxerciseu by the, Kirkwood Sun-
i day a qol were held on June 14, at
ti.; .' 8 pm.'
if At an early-hour every availitlie seat
'.Was filled. Many visitors with their
bright and expeetaut fres'( added a
Sgenial charm. The homue WaM hand-
powieiy decorated witih- flowers and
painss' This wAs in iierfect harmony
with the a a it i lene and idren, Ft.11 in
S their bonUtiful, many colored uermer
a attire.
'The program W asrbndered through-
-out wilh entire stntisficwon, n~ot a fail-
.. ut., tiany or the speakers deserving
i' special mention. The songs uand mu-
..!sic were under the capable tianage-
'.,t mOent of Mrs. F. H. Cytt.
The superintendent complimented
pthe ohool t its quiet ention, good
S behavior and dxcela e work; also the
Slne tone of the speeChes, that it folt-
lowed out in Rife, would 'elevate the
moral and spiritual sentiment to
nobler manhood and a more perfect
"To strivo for the right? hi every way,
S To live intee work they do each Day."
.. thi program was as folidw :
.Scripture reading-Mr. Mathewvs.
Opening prayer-Mr. Mathews.
Song-Mr. fleLand's class.
-The Measure of our Responsibility-
Sanford Chamberlin.
-And So Will We-Grady Clyatt,
Kittie Richardson, Bernice DeLwid,
A Bertha Rosenberger, Albert Caiam-
S berlin. i
S Song-Florence Clyatt.
God's Messenger-Emmia Jenkins.
f' L. U. vv D e
:; Lovely June--Annie Knox.
i! ,,.; I Know a Manly Little Man'-Maso
" Ri chardson.
:I, + ly Offering is a Kindly: Word--Ada
.,Duet-NtiUle Simpson, Ruby De-
"+ Land.
: ; TO the Fathers aWd1Mothers-Hattiu
in Ou
i; : English,

:. Snare i* Our .Jathway-Oharlcs
Little Helpers-Grady (lyatt, Ber-
thin ... ioitberger, Kittic [1ielti ard (O n.
I, m'v d Sounwtiin,,s Girls are Fet-

tore-K --Samuel Harrison,
Quartot-M rs, Ci tatt, Martih O.m um
berlin, Sanford Chanmberlin," Mr. Wil
There is a Trult We Ought to Rv
member-Ben Frank Mathews.


Whei Ve Wo Rach Our Hlome Up
Yonder-Ralph Chamberlin.
A u. Hulumble Spirit I Wish to be-
Lena, hoseuberger.
We'll beR Uiglit Instead tof Wrong-
Sonpg-lItfaint Chlts.
Fluwrrts in llifo's Gtmrdn-l F1'l4,rtmico
Clyatlt, Adti Itichixrdson, Susio Knox,
lmm1ltoetwint)rger, Marth liEnglish.
A 3. 1.. -. I '.11 Ilk ?. 1 I v Il t

,'.<.+ j\ k-"l iiull, r'IH;^.:-- *?IlIH lnllt Ii-t n't I ifiit1
-luby Dl)calad.
:.. Child run's Crsadtlc--Suie Simptson.
At esls' l-e l-Mrs. Clyatt's las s.
i,, Children of 19003--Otlis land.
Thl It ils iRang Out uland lo\wn the
$ trct.--W\illing u Simpson.
.Ai.i L .ovitz'['hotizglxt isi Miv (3tTeriiuj-

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resting Personal and Social Note
of That Thriving' Suburb.

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.dick today.
regretrt that Mrs-. Jolly has been
on the sick list.
W. J. Adams of Lakland, whio has
spent i pleaasant week with his fam-
Alz1 ret rated this afternoon.
D*J,, S. Jolly and her daughter,
Iiaue, are guests in our Ltovn from
SMissMaggie Mecarroll, a fascinating
young lady of Gainesville, is visiting
here. /

is another one of the million










Lydia E. Pinkhamts Vegetable Compound.
Overshadowing indeed is the success of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege-
table Compound compared with it, all other Xnedicines for women are
Why has it the greatest record for absolute cures of any female medicine
In the world ? Why has It lived and thrived and done its glorious work
among women for a quarter of a century? Simply because of its sterling
worth. The reason that no other medicine has ever reached its success is be-
cause there Is no other medicine so successful in curing woman's ills. Re-
member these important facts when a druggist tries to sell you something
whL-h he says Is just as good.

A Young New York Lady Tells of A Wonderful Cure:- A'
"DEAR MRS, PINKITA ::-MMy trouble was
with the ovaries; I am tall, and the doctor
S aid I gew too fast for my strength. I
fifl suffered dreadfully from inflammation and
doctored continually but got no help. I suf-
feared from terrible dragging sensations with
Slthe most awful pains low down in the side and
aches. No one knows what I endured. Often
B '+ I was sick to the stomach, and every little
While I would be too sick to go to work for
i ~threo or four days; I work in a large store
and I suppose standing on my feet all
S\day made nme worse. m
V"At the suggestion of a friend of my
] mother's I began to take Lydia 13 Pinklhamn's
WVegetableo Compound, and it is simply wonderfuL
I felt l)better after the Ilrit two or three (doses; it seemed as though
weight was taken off my shoulders; I continued its use until now I
can truthfully say I am entirely cured. Young giiris who are always
paying doctor's bills without getting any help as I did,, ought to take
your medicine. It costs so much less, and it is sure to cure them.-
Yours truly, ADELA-IDE PRAIIL, 174 St. Ann's Ave., New York City."
Women should not fail to profit 1by Miss Adelaide Prahtia
experiences; Just as surely as she was cured of the troubles enu-
merated in her letter, Just so certainly will 1.ydia E. Plnkham'S
Vegetable Compound cutre others who suffer from womb trou-
bles, inflainnmation of the ovaries, kidney troubles, nervous exci-
tability, and nervous prostration; rememb-er that it is Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound that is curing .women, and don't
aIlow any diugglst to ell you anything else in its il)ace.
If there Is anything In you case about which you would like
Special advice, write freely to Mrs.Pinklan..he can surely
bielp u,.for no person in Amedrll ha such a wide experience in
tresaig femaleills as she htas ha& Address is Lynn, Mas.;
her advice is free and alway helpftL
$0 irQOR LnLT I nO oancos forthwtth prMu6e the original letter and signature ci
$5000 otw^ o Whwill prove lI iohitti gaemi i s.
Lydia rU.knkbam ,Udicino Co.,, Lynn, M-.

8o 9 n 2t
3 bowels, but regular ast
i s; ,-cct s? enough bile
xtecite their natural
Sural agitation, caused b
ontinual ind hncreasi
't A.. .- 4-1,&% at 0 l1

___ __ _ c rb.Theytemporarily
Sk Ir e Lt ILB ttcure constipation
W > ^ & F by agitating the
lon cannot be secured'untllt the liver "
to make tho Intestines ^
functions. Unnat- V ( *]
)y cathartics, I compels a i "
lag doses tO m a.
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Many cantaloupes and melons are
ing sent forward and the growers
re seem to be pleased over the pros-

Miss Julia Tillman has departed
from eur midst for a visit to Reddick.
We hope "'twill not be long."
A certain young man seems to have
lou half his heart since Miss Lula May
Moreland, a popular young lady whose
home is in Tampa,. terminated her visit
to Roehelle.
J. W. Phifer has been in town work- i
ing up his interests. w
Mrs. Oapell and sister, Hattie, are
visiting Mrs. Thigpen.
The young people enjoyed a picnic
on Newnan's Lake Thursday.
An enjoyable affair was the delight-
ful party given by Mrs. Jones last
Miss Agnes Zetrouer, who has been
attending the E. F. S. Normal, is now
at home.
A., U. Whitely of North Oarolina is
here on business.
We regret the fact that Mrs. C. E,
Kennedy, a resident, has moved her
home to Gainesville.
Mrs. Shettleworth of Evinston has i
been visiting her daughter, Mrs.

Mr. Holder and wife made
visit to Palatka this week.
Luther Hook of Tortugas is

a brief
with his,

mother here at present.
MissEvangeline Fildes of .Tackson-
ville was pleasantly entertained by
her many friends here last week.
Miss AnniM Randall, an interesting
young lady, is now at her sister's, Mrs.
T ANtei.
Qjfite a surprise was tendered the
numerous friends of Miss Mattie

Adatnms, when it was announced that
she was married to Mr. Carlos D, AitL
of Blackshear, Ga., Sunday morning at
10 o'clock. Rev. Steinmeyer per-
formed the ceremony at thle residence
of tho bride's grandmother in the
presence of relatives and a fewv inti-
mate friends. They left at noon for

heir new home.

It i ih sro

that wo give up this young lady, for
she possessed the love and confidence
of all, though now we wish her all the
happiness that life can afford.
S. D. Thomas of High Springs was in
our town Thursday.
Mrs. Dickerson and daughter, Miss
Nannie, spent a fow days with Mrs. S.
0. Zetrouer.
Mr. Murrell has worn such a sad
face recently. Wonder what is the
mAtter with our operator?

1O4m Ooldoi Frevonlf Pneumonal

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Matter Out 27 .
'o potUAh-No F.rt0t
Phosphoric Acld-No 5pSo
,ltropA-No Lanwes


cehelle, July 18-J. A. Tucker,
6 of the leading citizens, was visit-
Sin the county capital Saturday..
Ire. Roddick and :her charming
ie'Miss NMeiOarthy, who have buen
mding a few days With Mrs. L. R.
nes, returned to their home in Red-



Situated on thie Jacksonville and
Southwestern railroad, eleven miles
north of thle town of Alachaa. Strong-
est salphur in Florida. Cdres Rheu-
matism, Kidney and Stomach trouble.
Fine fishing and hunting. First-class
table fare. Rates $5 per woek. Free


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Wholesale and Retail


Four full quarts old Monogram Whis-
key. express prepaid, for............
Four full quarts old Maryland Rye
key, express prepaid........ I.
Four bott'es Cascade Tennessee
Sour Mush, express prepuild. ......




9 W. Bay st.

- Jacksonville, Fia.



Wines, Liquors a Ber

I maeaseilyof-ieOdMl

\ I make a specialty of-Fine Old Mel-
low Cora, ranging in price from $2 to
$3 per gailont. Full line of Rye WhiVi-
I kies, (ins, lBrandies, Rumns, etc., at
Slowest prices. Send for lily price list.
All' goods slipped promptly, and ill
boxes if desired. 6-15-1.1'

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l Palatka, Fla.
Hunter Rye XXX... ............ .$1 51
X X X X. ... ............... 2 )
(rold M edal .... ... ....... 3 (I9
' ld Baker... .... ...... ........ 3 TO
Royal Seal........ ............. 4 50
Lewis '66.......... . . 5 00
SCorn \Whiskey ........ 1 50 to 3 (I
Gin .................... 1 50 to 4 >
SCase Goods at lowest prices. Extra
;charge for jugs: 1-gal., 0ec; 1-gat-,
15c; 2-gal., 25c. \We will allow price
charged for jugs returned to us.
Goods boxed if desired. 6-15-w6in

Palatka Founldry and Machine Works,
CHRIS STANTON. Proprietor,
n./,L, 1..T FfT

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send Y.o.U11
some books
giving the
gist of the!tter..
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Citing Scene at Trials of
Jett and White.
mmonwealth's Attorney Gives No-

that Bloodthirsty

Feuds and

lpues In Brcathitt County, Ky., Must

ln, Ky., June 19.-Thicre was
Hircuz crowd" here today to
i Oiclosing arguiteut in the case
.. Jctt and Thomas \VWhit, on
4 iheit^ murder of James B. Mar-
'aT pleadings ut Judbt B. F.
John D. ('Ncal and 1B. B. Gol-
?...'tho telfense, and of Captain
-p" nHurst and Thomas Marcumi
|p prosectutAon, yt,:1ricay anld
R .tht had attracted so mucih atter.
tb4 all wanted .to hear Com, on.
Ih. Attorney B3yrd. close the caae
s:"moTrning. :
'The nlotlOrs of the dAe!fndants, wid-
!'Owo of feud vietirns an., other lad'ks
.'were again present. .While all men
.Ontering the courtroom are searched
every d(lay for concealed weapons, ex.
.tra precautions were tl;,-n tu lay by
Sthe soldiers, as there are grave appre,
khensions as to what may happen with
"such a crow-d in twn afl'ter the trial
ls concluded. If it !s a hung jury, It
Jl.. stated that Governor lec'klbam. who
I has State Inspector Hines here looki-ng
On, will not have the n,.xt trials in
Rreathltt county, nor Judge Itedwina
flt In other cases. Inspc-tor lLineA
icae back to investigate the attempt
to bribe Witness Ewon. DwNen haJ
.fiVe witnesses to the attempt, to bribe
and threats of assassination and the
detruiction of his )rolerty.
TPhete are grave fears today for
some of the newspaper nimen. 'Iwo cor-
respondents left yesterday and their
papers have sent new mUIe, BO they
w-ll not be known to the assassins, it
la dangerous for one man to remain
here long if his paper has a circular.
-tVon In the town.
When court convened today B. B,
Golden roncludodl for the doelense and
Commonwealth's Attorney ]lyrd made
bsi argument, whioh was pronounced
by attorneys as most convincing. Byrd
h"s a reputation as a fearless prose-
c' Utor. When this eas.e opened he
Announced that ho proposed to do his
duty, It mattered not wlho was hurt.
Byrd, has purchased him a lhoine in
SWanchester, Ky., and is prepared to
remove his family to thit place as
Soon as theso c(tses ar o ovor. Thi
defense objected frequently t6 his-
statements, and In soine instances was
sUstained and th p rose r'n tor.) repri-
manded by tho jitdlo. O'Noeal againr
objected to a s tatemenot of 1!yrd, that
a motion hatd been miade to dismiss
the jury which was sereKtained. and
Byrd asked the Jiry to he wiring, it
necessary, to make the ,arilO sacrflcg
that Captain IEwen hadl made for jus.
twice. Raising his hand aloft and nhak'
Ing It threateningIy toward two men
who sat In court, ho said:
"1 want to give Warning to you and
all of your followers, that your blood-
thirsty d.uels must stop in lireathilt
county. I love this county and iti
people. God knowvp they have suf-
fered enough; God ltfowB the (lay >aa

got to come when the areh-.ssasins,
the men who are'tho controlling p-ow.
era behind the Jetts and Whites, will
be exposed to the World, and either
sent to prison or to the noose."'
With clenched fiste and shaking with
emotion, Byrd walked toward the Jury
and said:
"Gentlemenl, you are on trial as
Well as Jett and White, and you must
answer at the bar of public opinion
ass well 3a &t thi hbar nf the Breathitt

the \wines were flowing fi ely. 0e.
went, but woUld not.- drink. He has
never tasted lntoxloatng liquor nor
used tobacco.

Poker Game on Ocean Liner Lead* to
Sensational Scene,.
New York, June 19.-omo of the
passengers who tamve "Just returned
from purope on the steamer Kaiser
Wilhelm U1, aye a tragedy was,. nar-
rowly averted two days before the
Ulner reAched port. The antair grow
out of a c,_1. gain.e. The names of,
the two uesu involvedhavo not bean :
It Vwas after midnight when thq at-,"
Stention of persons In the smoking Moom'
was attracted by three men playing
poker. One of the players, who had
called a large raise, suddenly threw.
down his ba-nd and jumped up and
Struck the winner, whom ho-called "a
chea.:. V.'I
In another moment .e two men
were locked together and struggling
back and forth ahcut the room. Turn-;
bling ovr a chair, both fell heavily.!
The smaller man managed to gJi.n hbts
frolodom. '
As he Jumped to his feet he reach-,
ed for a we:tlon, but on the instant
that he drew out a revolver the larg-e
er mau dashed out oa deck. ,
Runitdng after lim. t!'e smaller maun
foun.t hlfn!elt looking down the barrel
of a F'vItVer hVa0vLIr than his own,
He hesitated for only an Instant, and'
,.was wiir1Ing his own weapon into a
posItion to fire when the men whko hadl
been unwilling witnesses of the scrim-!
mage, rushed upon him from behind
and pinioned ia arms behind his i
back. The deek stewards aided in:
quieting the two men and preventing
further hostilities. .o ]
c. (ontestants% wero escorted to
tholr state rooms and the affair was
not heard of again.
Letter of President Roosevelt to Meth.
odists of America.
Chicago, Ju-ne 19.-In a, special edi-
tion of the Northwestern Ohrlstian Ad-
vocate Issued to commemorate the bi-
centennial of the birth of John Wes.
ley, a letter from President Roosevelt
to the Methodist people of the United
States appears. In it the president
"To Americans the two hundredth
anniversary of the birth of John We&
Icy must have a peculiar Interest, for,
tt Is in our country that the greatly
church which he founded has reach-
ed Its largest development: and the
wonderful growth of Methodism haas
taken place during the period of our'
national life. The Methodist congre-
gation0 played a peculiar part In the
history of our country and it would
be hard to overestimate what we owe
to the early circult riders, no less than
to their successor.."

Representatives of Southern Cotton
Mills Meet at Charlotte.
C(harlotte, N. C,. June 19.-In pur.
nuance to the call of Perry H. Brun.
da;e, Victor 1. Cummock and Henry F.C
Sewing, of New York, representative
of about 15 southern cotton mills, met
in conference here at noon today and
a plan for tho merger of the cotton
mills Is under ronsderatlon.
The promoter of the combination
submirnltted a form of contract of pur-'
chase and sale by which It Is claimed
the plant can be brought under one
management. This provides for the
Incorporation of a company In a state
to be decided upon, fixes the manner
of nppraising the value of the plants
and provides for the saleo of first mort-
gagc bonds. The proposed company
Is to be gorerned by 27 dIrectors, lit
to be named by the mill.
Death of Hon. Ben M. Lona.



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[--, t M |BABY EASE ||
.. I The Best Sprind and Summer :
GUARANTEE AND i Mediclno ior Sables C Children. .
TRUST COMPANY I Sprng -and Mummer bring r `nvo diuwgerf to btab ido niu children, K i
^ r|Tolbon tailH.ffr)it, oft i .s di Will stot our rent and iury r i.mur fip r iL, vfegci tlni (it, 4 .Irti u_. rUntr' afte fr olowiI ght .ii
you it hom e. For inform If4) lfa. IlfRi OI L (oWf ij wIl tattIv 4ltorg fnl. Bl|;IisP o on k i.tliti afro t-.iP ".
otio c li ,M effootivo , bst .i2odt eilo for all Mt4Lonl ,i anrid bowol trotdlus of '.'
S.l i* bableos adl children. 1lcavmut it Laito--bit4hldrn Jikctlt.
. .AINESVILLEp, PLA. H If your drigglhl lian't it, wrltio 't the inarrufaeoturer,
SREAL ESTATE Ak about ,- FREE 001 /, ) (MNG offer. A i


aa SLUeaAU ihAA
Ir InI~o

Anlivsib Eney t H Ieth I

alad li isahvisibl g o' im ose irk -son. ,The air becomes infec-"
ed with sthe gss tld micrbes arising tne r n rshes and low lands,. i
damp celltars, sew pipedS, tadly ventiatdan tts tan-hd decayings vegeta. i
ble matter, and w e teiconscmuslyluhe othem nt the lng;s,-. n w hln
ie a taker upby the blood andcrculatoed Thirughout the system!. .
r ect.aar
Malaria gives io warning of its coming; nO.immediate c $It a".
eand no_ vioet sy.tnmeale ap periu the unfortunate sufferer, s i '

nlargemen t o h sypten ows- 'fappeautiLthe.Landfel ietoa1 ^ ''
completely at thearcy of this hidden foe. Thisinbv sible. enemy may t :ir 1
be0following us night and dayt.but often the rst itimatin we have-of .

its presence i""a" chilly1,creepy sensation running over the body "
sometimes followed by a atlight fever, and an always tired, droas n.

soeti'mel year Xwold bep.Fflym hsca YS^ Iids a re omo 4ypoa0101aa
depressd feelng. ru
depressed feey in t he blood soon becomesqdeeply poisoned, ,thin ne d '
and ueakdened byI the teeming millions of mnerbes an .genus, a dan an .:.
irregular, slow circulation is the result. This conditionof the -
blood fives rise to ainnimerable and serious troubles: torpid liver,,
enlargement of the-spleen, loss of appetite and feeble digestion, a C,
pallid or yellowskin boils, carbuncles, abscesses, indolent ulcers, n Stl .u-
-A d-utlai-.and ,,, !
cnLomvoLaatem a ., March 6th, d putir an f.r. other j a o".e
For seve alyears I buffered with Chills and Fever, stt si sup e .at, :
caused by Mlartia in T s ystemad eath summer for tionls of various.. '
several years I would relapse. Finallymy physician pr-. kinds, are common s ymptms ofm alar ia
scrtibed S.S.S. Ia all, i took three bottles, and they Frequeontly the health becomes. so -impairedt :

tter, but keeps it bueeand trubedlh.I sine. rhsotaddsry vr rc fMlra i
entirely cured me, and I have ne been troubledne, and such a .lifeless condition ensues that.the k '...,1..
imn sure no other medicin could have given ime so pern loe i t ins his vs 'y"d
oo ~person loses interest in ..higSsurrouindinsad ;.'i
complete and immediate stler, a*4. I cannot speak t he. inrV all liuuni- reme s r w i.ft 4.
highly of S. S. S. My partner in business is now takitag r a i n.e hmaln inal y remedies.. -.naria,. .,
S. S for an eru ption of the akin and general run down allowed toremainin the sstla the Oiun'ee,-
endition of his system, though lie has taken but dation for other, diseases tt vey oftenra prove
one bottle, areadycommences to feel better, fat or permautly wreck.the heal th.l. .
931 West Market St.a"4"I. SHAPOWTh p ane tl y 1"
are '-perate"Malaria -can only be- worked out of the :
system through the blood, and a remedy that cnaIdestroy ta e germs andmicrobes and .i
neutralize the bad effects of the poison offers the only. hope of a curei and the onlymedicineiii
that can accomplish this is S. S. S., which not only purges the blood of all mofbid, unhealthy
ma:,.tter, but Ikeepstt pure and healthy, It searebs out and destroys every trace of Malarial
pIso, apd keeps the blood in such a vigorous condition that poisonous matters of no kind .

takekep it pur ca e anndihealty.u searofcches^ Bout onBl and deto s kever tr sac es o fMalaria
are allowed to accumulate, but are promptly expelled from the system. '
During the, spring is au opportuue time to begin the fight against this invisible enemy, '
for the hot, sultry sumnier days will cause the germs to multiply and still further uupv
erish-the blood and weaken the constitution, and now-more than ever the Malaria suaerer
nebds a good blood purifier and bracing-tonic.
A course of S. S. S. at this particular season will'.
relieve you of Malaria-and its attendant evils, reinforce-
.._' -" and build. up th~e system, purify and strengthen the slung :....:::
) ) ) ~~~ish blood and quicken the circulation, when th~e app ehtie :'
~~~and .digestionl improve and. all the vital powers rapidly. ,,:,,;
-- mv ~~recuperate Uinder th~e invigorating toni6 inluftence oftthis" :.."-.#.,
great xeQ~ctzttle remedy. its freedom froms all minerals makes, it the idaal remedy fin allr !i
Malarial troubles and perf.t .tly adapted to the niost delicate constitutions, .!!]
If you have any ..yv~ptomus of Malarial poison, wvrite us about it, and our Physicians will ;;~;
take up youV case an~d advise you without charnt> Book on Bloo4 and Skint D.iseases, free. ii :
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Thero'Will Bo Another Trial
Sof. Famous Caso.



I.Pass Days In Peace In

0Bosom of Family.


rmunilcatlon to the New York
t Ex-President Grover Cleve-
rDiaclalms Any Aspirations to
ter Public Life.
SYork, June 20.-The World to-
Sblisheos a dispatch from PrInce-
*. J., quoting former President
=land as saying:
1*D perfectly absurd to suppose for
stant that I have any desire to
iter public life. Nor have I re-
*1I entertained the thought since
ft Washington, more than six years
o. The matter is as far from my
oughts as It was In 1896, when, all

t admit, It was not within my
1,ng or sight. I have no higher
ratlo-ns than to pass my days In
.oe with my family around me, and
B no part in politics, which any
ate citizen can tkle with the ut-
t propriety.
I have nevor spoken to anybody
bthe subject of a fourth candidacy. I
e never written Lo a single politi-
Sfriend one way or the other, nor
e I been written to or spoken to by
nm. There is not a political leader
any prominence endeavoring to ad-
ce any movement to nominate me
any state, so far as I have been ad-
soed, nor do I anticipate any such ef-
rt will be made by 'any leader, prom-
ont or obscure, In any locality In the
"I have on several Oua wtth-
1 a yoar undertaken t bluil the
Lbor which usually il" V4 ri vte
lthe ranks, but t Mre hb. n&A lurlh d
within me the hope of any rewaA
ire the consclousness of havig wade
a effort to awist In bringiu u g about
ilutary conditions In the party."


Reputation Goes to Geneva to Welcome ,
New Ruler.
(Belgrade, Juno 20.-A deputation to
eet Ring Peter started this morning


Professor Arthur, Alleged Crook, at
Last Caught ty Police.
Chicago, June 20.-"Professor" A. AX
Arthur, who has been sought by the
police of a dozen cities for nearly a
ccre of years, has been caught at
Monmouth, Ils., by Chicago detectives.
Arthur h.aa operated under mary
lflc1rvut names and when ho was arfl.
rested papers were found aIn his posses-
Slon indicating that he was traveling
u the vice president of a bank, a pro-
Cesasur in an eastern college, a tourist,
I lecturer and a minister.
in his satchel was found a full bank%
Ing outfit, inclul-ding 500 imltatlob
(rafts on the National Park RBank of
0iew York. The police of Chicago
have been working on. the case for
more than a year or ever since It was
d4ecovered that the drafts were print-
ed in this cty, where the "professor'
apparently had his -headquArter4.
The alias 'Professor Arthur" was the
name under which he made hista last
appearance, "an eminent member of
the faculty of Tiamilton College," as
he is reported to have represented him-
elf. He was to have lectured la1t
night in H inedale on "Egypt and the
Ao "J. S. C. Bliss," he is sald to
have posed as the vice president ol
the People'as National Bank of Mo
Mhxavillo, Tons Aquantlty of draftA
and stationery, duplicates of that used
in the southern bank, were found In
his posseslon. It was while work-
Ing in this guise that the prisoner 1i
alleged to have deceived many persons
in the smaller cities' nd even some
in Otlcago,
As "S. C. Biss," he was reported
as a tourist just returned from the
Orient and Egypt-a lecturer. Lob
ters of Indorsement given by pastors
were found by the police.
As "the Rev A. D. Postham," it is
said the prlsonor professed to be a
Methodist preacher" driven by his
health to travel to the mountains oI
Colorado and securing funds and en.
terntalnment by delivering lectured
and "supplying" the pulpits of maeny
"Arthur's" latest alleged swindle by
which he ie believed to have obtained
$200,000, is thus deserrbed by the po.
"lie would deliver a lecture and
when about to leave would produce a
New York draft, sometimes $25 and
sometimes $200 or more. The papex
appeared regular In evory way and
there seldom was difficulty in cashing
"J. S. C. Bliss" is wanted In Ka.asas,
Nebraska, Indiana and Illinois.


Convention Qorgla Financiers Comes
To a Close.
AtlAnta, 3J n 20.--Wflhz yesterday's
meton the twllfth nlaual convention

oQ tfe fl 1fi1g* association
wag brought t a. ol. In addition
tN a* V id Ot .M-ll papers,
ofpil f tr awt ydr wera elect-
ed. These were as foflowl
President, S. B. Brown, Albany; first
vice prosldent, Miller S. Bll, Mllledge-
vlllo; second vice president, Oscar
Dooly, Macon; third vlce president,
L. It. Farmer, Louisville; fourth vici
president, J. F. fiunso., l.aGrange;
fifth .IiA nraulalnnt 1 R C.AmIth r.



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Seclham itI RetINent I
lrrannkort, Ky., .June 20,--Oovr: I nFATALH UCOL-ISION
Beckhtfm .jws asked o tle ilnfOai | l | |t| i il I
oio oft new$3 ON ILLINIIS GENTRALl
.be woull do if anything In'the mattei ON w. .'. l m
ottho trial. He lid: I.lauot at W
titw time say what i will doa 1must Ten Persons Killed and Iev-
refuse to a"ke 5ny retirement at thI ,i t.atU.
time.' It was learned here that Judu oral IJUre. ,
Redwine had agreed now to try th ot4i Af-,'
caMes at Cynthlana. but It Is thought PASSENGER ANtD FRFL HT CRASH
the governor will instast onG#one otbel ,' .
trial judgo, Forner Was Goin at Rate of fff
I Mllem an Hour When It Met Frelahtl



quittal-O-nly One JurorIis Thought Secure* Important Information.
to Have Been For Conviction of jx4rington, Ky., June .O.--State In.
fondants. L spector Hines went to Frinkfort to-
day returning from hie lnvestltatlonas
Jackson, Ky., Junne 20.--A.t 8 o'lo t of the conditions at Jackson. He.ll] *111
@ is miorning the jury in the Jett-Whittu make- his report to Governor leckha' a
caso filed into the courtroom and Fore- today. H- has the naaO of the nxa<
man Richard Mallard said;: who went to the witness B, J. fwen i
"Your honor, wo flnd- There Is no anwd offsed him $5,000 to testify l tore,
chance of coming to a agrueament." the trial court' that Curtis .Jett *ould
Judge edwine aid: not bt named as thie murderer of J. Ba
"I will have to keep you gentlemen Marcuj. EWven told Judge Hines altead
together until Saturday night, unlefil the names of the men who were seec
yeu get a verdict sooner. There is no creted in a closet and heard the COn
re aton why a verdict ahoatd not be v esation. They were enI by Judge
reached In this case." Hines and corroborated EwenI't etate'-
Juror Millard laid: ,ent.
"One man has as much right to his, .
oAnion as another, and he may stick HEARBT-S MUNIPICENTT GIFT.
to it."
It was believed from this that there Georgia School Re, o e
Was only one man between thU verdict $5000 From New Yorker.
0* guilty or not grullty, and it was con. I Atlanta, June 20-Th1 hf anrourice-
oeded that only onQ juror was then 1 tent ,f W. It. Hearst's itt. ni.0161
for conviction and It was said that the ito 010)1 teci,,nologliel school, o;Tored
qxatlon of punishment had not been through Cuugirossman Griggas id an-
oasIdered at all. aounccd by ovfrnmor Torrell, at-the
Later the jury again reported It wa commncmn0ent oxl'le ytrday,,O
tMable to agree, and shortly after 9 vivatud quit a e sc'iinati in the largo
I o'olock it was discharged, eo that there aiutlonce assembled atL the Grend op-
fliU bo another trial. The dominant era IotuIse.C
Sfction eviden-tly expected acquittal Tho exercloes marking the clos g.n
i t)s morning, and there wias at- leas of another yoar for tho tochuologlcal;
* oft Juror who would not eo report. School woreO a sitec..l fronm evtry1
' Phe scone after the announcement *tandpoint and were witnosaaued by a
of the verdict was In nwae exciting e, cui>lIratblo audionc c.
*Sknio starto.l to clap their hand, Capti .a ', I rro.dent of Iho School
biut were etopqped by the court. read the llnaftl of the graduatea and
STho. giUads took Immediate possesC' the <j'cts of their these, after
alon of the prisoners and they were Which Jude Grigga was. In Rtroducct.,
closely gruardod back to jail. Pooplio by him. (Captalu THall andChanceollor1
gathered around the cuurthoueo in 1111, of the State university, then made
knoLs discussin; the caneo, but there shOrt Lpe'ochos, (ov"rnPr Tierroll fol-
W s no disturbance and no outward low'ing and Hon. N. 1., l[laiTrrIl, of Ma-
sign of trouble. Jett and White are con, president of tho board of trutteou,
to be watched closely to prevent any being the last to spelk.
sort oi' (conin:unilatloni. It i3 fearel 'lhIo (llloiniiasf w,.ro awarded by
there will ho an attempt wade t(1 ClAncclior Will, Invd during this part
either rescue the pri honrs or to d4ls of the (exervisii, the flowers that had
powo of them, but tils l h impossible boon isent t) tihe theater for the grad-.
on account of the guards, uatrs wire pIreountod to then as they
Major Allen has the situation well sat un iho etago. The Grand orchez-
In band. Attorney l1yrd, after a con. tra urnlshced the muslc.
sultation at 10 o'cloc, made a motion ,
for a change of venue. Judge Red. BLUE AND GRAY MEET TOGUITHER
Swine roft'useod to hear argurneitn, but of "
I hls own accord changed the v.nu1, to Big Crowd Attended Veterans' Reunion
SCynrthlana, Ilarrlson c(untiy, at th(? Held at Mytic. i
[ next term of court, Cynthlana is not Irwenville, Ga., June 20.-About 1,0ol0
In Judge Rcdwine'a dtitriL. Heo sur. eo16pl attended the rounizon of the old
Sprised the spectators by at once order, voterans-a hold at Mystic. Weulnesday,
Ing the prisoners sent to Ixinngtm excrslons being run from Vltzgerald,
under a detachment of soldiers and ac. ocilla, rIfton and IrWinvlIlo. .
companled by Elfsor Joi.o' ; They will Old soldlrs from all of thei urround-
leave Jackson at 2 o'clock and lo. phac,, ing countle attended and mknIe4d with
ed In rA.xlngton Jail for Bfru-keeplng at tho .veterans of the blue, who were
7 o'clock tonight. there In large numbers from litzger, t
[ It Is stated from semi.officlal sources aid. |
that the jury stood II for conviction At 10 o'clock Mr. Wllcox, of Mystic,1
and 1 for acquittal In the Jett case, In a short but well worded speech,.
and 7 for conviction and B for acquit, wokomn the visltors. Ho was an
tat in the White cae, u swered by Rev. iUzard, of Fltaerald.;
Fitzpatrlck, the man who finally Tien Captaln J-I Martin delivered'
stood out for the acqu-ttal of Jett, an sxcollhnt sad eloqueot addrenS He
: fsays he 44d net base his oDinion on was fohtnwnd hi llnn Satn V i fla BwaT^

.on Curve With DI4a8troup Results''.
MIsread Orders C4use.
Waterloo, Iowa, June R0.-A pflJei
ger train on the t!tloIs Central which
left On4lva at 7: 50-0 o'clock li" tatt
collided head-on with .a "relght tr.4n
JSt WeaL t of lRaymond, Iowa, St 2:140
this moriln. Tn peopi. s a'WQOree ta
ed. killed and three .pesei"gers lnjUrmd.
It took four hour to clear the track
of the wreckage...
Thosa.ead are: .
J. R, Orlffin, en;Ineer.
1F, I. Stouaemaa engi:f, l t
3. JBraut, flram&n.
J, B13. M-tlls, firemai,.

It,.-3L~ cknnoy W tateroO,, I "
r Groom, mai clorkA. i
Thehro, stealngl a ride,.
Ono I.mmlgrant, uildentLlfled,
Seriously injured: ,
Oharle- Morani,-Itdepenonce, Iowa"
,George MIt lern, a negro of Ind"
Groom WM taken to a hospital ali
Vvaterloo-. The three passengers In, "
Jured were able to contlaue tliolr Jour..
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The tralna mot on a curve. T-he ';
passenger train, Which had thle rilghl +
of way, was gollig atl the rate of 50. T
miles- an -hour, The frolght crow t.; :
aid to have mlmundertood "their *ir :

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moeta, a., Jneo 2.0. O., too
King, of this county tI 'now .Itowa ,"e,',;
the "cotton king" oft g,'art of th#I, .
state, and is by Jart"ahut mat'
in tio county. When cottoL was sotl .:
ing at from 4 to 5 centS te1r. KlUXg WM.
in condition to hol0il
19000 bales had accu lted. d :A ll .'1,
which, with 4he0 exception of about$t
bale&, hayv recently been old 41 'i
good price, I .. 4
'Mr. King wa asked today $t beh
would sell what he hl 4 loft ut 12X3 ,
Conti. Ho replied ttt Itf he had b |
in COc lumbus hemlghtd so, but wouM _i-
not stop hli pIQWo now t haul the etp. "..^
pie to the station at this prlce Mr.
Klng ihas tudlod the cotton altitultOn
clooly,. le ay it t .his'opinlo
that the price ot cotton wilt go mu ;.
higher before a great WlIe, and tAt ::
the prospects for a large crop we re I' ,
never poorer thai now, Mr. KWing
has Large fearing Interott.Lu t.ltw.. :
county and retums 8,000 acre for tat


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Ros, Llghthougs Keeper.
New York, June ZO-4s Nancy
Rose, the oldest ligbthouse kiepQer iJ
the United tatest, Jis te .heroine of
a combat l theb hltOrto .l-UabUoue ai

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t "H 3:. "Ii'.!. Padg4ett 'ofPairadise .was tran.a-
v"o.A ltingr :..b'uipes"11 thi i-. ty yesterday..
N.U 1. A.Mr. Thutman KJleIVy of Rochelld` is
., TY"N.NSEO.-.. .on a brief vitls to relatives in this city.

S" Oolh W;W. H llampton has gone to
a- Sewance,:Tenn., to spend a couple of
4i1.,by..u|*4pe^rtizi I week. 4
I : : :.' Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Loge of Ocala are
ND Q9JAL^ ITEMS spending a few days pleasantly a the
Broww hlou'se.
shi. psn and' hat IlOIng James B. Jones of Palmer wds
& toiappWn Short Pargraphs8 a among the prominent visitors to this
So ta:tn "He..Vo. -Run May.Rea cIty yesterday.
I',..'." Mrs.James H1older and children of
I t.". h . -' R oc e le w ere aim ong the -visitors to
Q f^. ..: w'e flai Daft A m this city yesterday.
,cp"WW10Brown o.Newberty is in theo Monroe Venable, the mill man of
*.:.ty. Kanapaha, was transacting business in
".' W;-,. tStephens of High Springs this city yesterday.
>Q:*as among the sines visitors to this W L. Cannon of Dutton was trans-
c.ity.yesterday,.' acring business in this city yesterday.
E 6". 3I. SmIth of fligh Sprlngs passed He is the efficient bookkeeper for N.
.ith"irough thII city yesterday en route A. Callison.
owe 1efromPalatkha, Joseph O'Tannon of High Springs,
C... apt." J. ID. Riley of osceola was one of the efficient firemen of the At-
$47'.",, aMtozig the prominent folks who, paid lantie Ooast Line, was a visajtor to the
i Oatneavill a visit yesterday. V city yesterday.
I ;ti' Annie WcstgaArd departed yes- ; Mo or o loehll, a member
; orOcalwhere 'she will spend of the firm of M. L. Moore & Co., ex-
A .owdays pleaiantly among friends, teoisive naval stores operators, was in
..,, Mrs, L. O. Lynch and son, I-Iaisley, the. city yesterday.
S departed yesterday for Ocala, where oran of Campvle, one of
.aTuea. P forp -, M. Moran of Campvtlllo, one of
they will visit relatives for a few- t, ot influential citizens of the
:. .ays East End, was transacting business in
if... Hon. Chas. Brown of Live Oak,' this city yesterday.
President of the First National Bank' janes Turner of Nettleton, one of
of that city and one of the best known regressive merchant t of that
17,..--. the most proglressive nmerchants.-of that,
men In this section, Is in the city on l..sectin
busineass.s a business visitor to
|^/; -,busl.'a'. G .ainesville yesterday.
: "The friends of M. Gflding. of North G s v Thomas ad son Mater
Oah vll il' eg~ifld oler Mrs, W. F. Thomas and. son, Master
S atesve will be gtitled to loam Roy, of T'homasville, OGa., are visiting
that he has sufficiently recovered from the former's daughter, Miss Sadie
the foie% ... da',tr Miss 'Sdi C
Shis recent stroke of para ysis to conime Thomas, the effl-ient bookkeeper for
to his tudio again. O'Donald & Saunders.
The Hall Oak Jrs. will play the Live Mi .i.n of Valdo, one of the
.. Oak junior team on June 25th. The Joii 'd mos successful naval
you, ng aggregation of enthusiasts ar; ttrt. operators in the State, was
shqrton funds to' miako tho trip and aong Ihos1 who favored Gainesvlle
S. ask that all donate toward their ex- wih a it yesterday.
:!" ..penses. Contribilttons can be handed ; i h "a ""t ""e"terd"".- I C ontribuion can be handed J Somerville of Fernandina, the
SO 811Y of1'tile players during tile c,.xt~
t n y t h l rs d u n.x lever traveling representative of the
t-i w y Wylly-Gabbett Oompany, yellow pine
: Mrs. Kennedy and family liave re- lumber and ties, was among the visit-
.: : moved' to this city from Rochello, and ors to this city yesterday.
are pleasantly located in one of the 3. A; Tacker of Rochelle Was among
!!'.": now residences of the Gaineaville Ira- ,. .. .... .. -
nowr" osdec..r.h. e ia ev, ll .,, tho visitors to this city yesterday.
,.;... provemont (onompaly, l, aastialnevtl~llt. m. -- -. mn +.-n
provemeut Comp.. .Eas Gaev-lln. The friends of Capt. Tucker will re-
'i""l family will be gladly welcomed as grot to leara that hehas been ihdts-
,... residents of agieasvilie, where they posed for te past few da ys.
are well known and(i have many friends.
n. ... ,, _, ,,W R. Stockert and Tamlly have re-
"The friends in this city of Allen V. .S k a a i
m" .. .. moved inrto their eiogant new home,
G. .raha, who recenly went to P ough- West Lnsiter street. This is one of
keps,, N.Y. T t,, fr teUrpose of en the handsomenst and most modern resl-
"".' 'g at l~i I1 In(SS oJego, Will W. o .j ^
ei Eastman C l deuces in th State, and the owner
S be ;dleised at the information that t naturally has a right to "awo, l up" o.r
young., otinhecorn i do nlihtfunly hated,. h' r ei ved.
... ..... tzl( c K om ime nts ne liai rec .vedl.

(- a a ifll ho iS W(1ll pleisedl with llie"
1' shool. He .ricrrsTu.i Sun sent to his Mr. Graivillh Worthington, the old
address. pioneer of Rocky, Levy county, is in
... ,. _~ town visiting his daughter. Uncle
.Waltr Hawkinfs, the clever travel- u ,t r .1 ,U
Walter G t c ran is the hero of three wars and has
ig passenger ng-vnt of the Central li d. t see the fourth. Henow draws
,. I., U O h c toe te fo rt e o "rw
ail road itld tlH O)ceai S[Oamlshipl ._ ..
Railroad e a, ,tm. shit a pienzion for service in the Mexican
om.panayi issd 1t lirougli thlecity Ys O- ,,
Oonpay, pse r o u g cit -war, and was in thl Virginia cAlm-
te.nay en rote s Fw traspor- pign of the civil and in the State In-
tatlon met aru) more widely known or da wt
i'"' ii tn wfl r'
more ponul.r tha, l Mr. Hawkins, andeuer
lie iii ilwlayt xtendid a cordial wel- Rev. M A. lonts departed. y"e"'ter-
oi001lw hrexd, day for Mclntosh, where he is assist-
"oni,, ih. r ,ing Rev. A. L. Prsloe of the Baptist
: .' ;. l. f~ w iihtilJ ll[O]1 AtatlU'h a uLVelnuo, jU t ,. i i L* /-< --- l_ tj -_
Ws. s de-. .o l ... .iLiU j ithuroch in a revival. Mr. Olonta has
west.sidoto tie W, 'ae btLl biden engaged with Mr. Prisoe In this
lng, it Litilig t'jriatired, IliUe.1 to the
.ngrfio-ono of lrta largo imbiber ot ,ble work for the past week, but was
graiiicatlon of (l large number ot called home Thursday on account of
p...c.lrits h d y, .n -,, ,,, ,Wh 0
.. puc.tri who daly rise tils the ill-ess of his little daughter,
thoroughfare. Their holo has ben there "lzb
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f:.' for miaity w'ks 'and should hImve re-
S. ceived the attention of the Sitreet com- JT. W. White, secretary of the County
mit.. ni earlier. Commissioners and Good Roads As-
S, ,, sooiation of Florida, Great Sachem of
Rev. 1. 1 lay itud failily returned the Improved Order of Red Men of the
Ji[ ystorday from nPaihtk, where Mr...,- _. .
t :r ,P. l-. w, re rState and all-round prominent secret
HAy Olllotnaltd in 1llo instalhittion ex- .. .
'. ...t. i l i, socielty man, after a visit of several
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play a series of three games, beginning
tomorrow. They are in good trim,
anid expect to walk off wilh the scalps
of the Quitman team. They must do
better than has fallen to their lot Eor
the past four gamines, however.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ettel yesterday
morning enjoyed a delightful drive to
the Devil's Millhopper. They report
that famous resort clothed in a
beautiful coat of green, and declare it
is one of the most romantic spots they
have ever seen. It is to be regretted
that the roads to the Millhopper are in
such a state that a drive is moinre of a
task than a pleasure, but with the
good roads movement staring our peo-
ple squarely in the face there is no
doubt but that within a reasonable
length of time there will bo a beautii-
fulilhard surfaced road in tiat direc-


Citizens and Business Men Will Ar-
range Fourth of July Program.
-' Our people must noit lose sight of the
faet that a nieting(r f business liell

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j. H. df ."igl"h Sprigs wtv '
visitor to ts ci:Oty yesterdayl. .:.I .
JDeputy ShIwriff W. MOann of' Ia-
Cfrose was t among tho. visitors' to this
city y esterd ay -.""7, ". .
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J.A A. adamson ,of arove Park ,was
among the, promneni; county folks'
who vlitedithe city yesterday.
Henry Horlong ,of 3ellaWny, one of
the valitie:1 employee: of the Iumber
firm of Herlong .& 0n, wau a Visitor to
this city yesterday
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W. J, TroWel[ of Montbrook, one of
the efflce- employes of ,-the Florida
Lumber 'Ozmpany," .was a business
visitor to thecity yesterday,
I.,While of Virginia hag arrived
in the city.; He ip said'. to ,beo a first-
class baseball pitcher, and' has signed
with the Oat Halli. for the season.
A. Wolfenden of Sampson City was
among the visitors to thId city yes ter-
dayi He is a meni ir of the firm of
Wolfendan & Co.,,manufacturers of
yellow pine lumber.
W, A. Jones, formerly of this city,
but now of Bellamy, where he has a
Trosutie and wood contract, was a visit-
or to this city yesterday. Mr. Jones,
it will be remembered, suffered a few
days ago from a severe loss by fire,
but states that he i.s again in posi-
tion to work to advantage.
E. K. Rosboroulgh of Windsor, the
clever and'. successful representative
ot the Ohriatie-Groover Drug Cornm-
pany, Jacksonville, .was registered at
thb Brown House yesterday. Mr.
Rosbo'rough ha been on the road for
about a year,.and is regarded as ono ojl
the most successful in tlhe business.
R. T. Thomas and Hines of
Willeford, who have bee: attending
court in this city, de-parted for their
homes Saturday. They, desiring to
keep posted while in town, had The
Sun sent to their address in the city.
The latter being well pleased with the
papec had his naroe enrolled upon the
subscription list to be sent to Wille-
ford. .
46I have been troubled fo some time
with indigestion and sour stomach,"
says Mlrs. Sarah W. Curtis, of Lee,
Mass., "and have been taking Cham-
berlain's Stomach and Liver 'Tablets,
which have helped me very much, so
that now I can eat ninny things that
before I could not." If you have any
trouble with your stomach why not
take these tablets a.Ld get well? For
sale by all druggists and medicine
The Oak 1Ial baseball team re
turned yesterday from Live Oak,
where they met the Sawyers and went
down in defeat Friday afternoon. The
boys expect to take their departure to-
day for Quitman, Ga., where they will

Farmers Busy With Crops-Singing
"Rolling Bluff, June 20.-We are en-
joying some beautiful weather now,
after having a few days of hard rain-
The farmers are very busy with their
crops, which are good in this little vi-
Last Sunday was our singing school
day. A good many were present, and
a bountiful dinner was spread.
Mrs. J. M. Stanchell of Archer is
visiting her sister, Mrs Chas. Noble, at
this place.
Mrs. Julia Moore and daughters,
Misses Maude and Florence, visited
Rex last week.
W. P. Boulware, who visited Gaines-
rille last week, returned home Sun-
J. HI. Dycss and Miss Belle Hall of
Orange Heights were welconmue visitors
to our Sunday school last Sunday.
Walter and Ed. Townsend of Cen-
ter and George Sherouse of Hope
were in our midat Sunday.
SDr. Walls, an efficient dentist, who
Shas stopping at Mr. Ward's, re-
turnied to his houime at (irandin last Fri-

People of Progressive Burg Will Cele-
brate the Fourth of July.
The patriotic people of tihe progress-
ive village of Oampville havo decided
to celebrate the glorious Fourth in a
befitting manner, and a picnic will be
held at the hoine of John T owvnsend on
that date.
The forenoon will bo devoted to
-dancing, and in the afternoon there
will be a match game of ball between
two crack teams from Campville and
The hospitality of Mr, Townsend and
his estmable family is known to every
resident in the East End, and the fact
alone that the picnic will be held un-
der the spreading oaks in the vicinity
of hi$ home is sufficient to insure a
large crowd.

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Teachers Appointed for Various Sum-
mer Schools Throughout County.
The following appointment of teach-
ersor summer schools of Alacha coun-
ty have been made:
Q ow Creek-Agnes Zetrouer.
Franklin'-Mary Htague.
Jianing.s Lake--Ruby Hawkins,
Fannie Mizelle.
Trenton-S. A. Ormond.
$'uwannee-W. A. Lindsay.
Cherry Sink-Wiley Tilinan, Olaudia
lPleasant Hill-S. K'Mclintouh.
SRoadfleld-Ada Dampier.
SJar xvlle-Rdosa May.
"Grover--Roy Denham.
Gomni-Hall Malphurs.
SHickory Hill-F. H. Ellis.
-Townsend-Pearl Osteen.
Barrain-E, H. DeLand, Alma OsC
Cleveland-Gabrella Abbott.
Union Grove-O. M. Tilhlnan, Fla-
vits Cason.
Polk-Annie Carlton.
Bell--J. H. Coffee, Belle Lindsay.
The above named schools will open
the flrst Monday in July. Teachers
appointed thereto will please indicate
their acceptance of the same at once or
such places will be declared vacant
and other appointments made.

lin, falsely impersonating an officer;
State vs. Win. Thwaite, larceny of a
domestic taiinal; State vs. Jas. Nash,
larceny of a domestic animal.
There are only four cases of a crimi-
nal nature remaining upon the docket,
which is the cleanest criminal docket
for many years.

Cantaloupe Season Will Last Only a
Few Days Longer.
The cantaloupe season in tlis sec-
tion has been one of the shortest for
several years. ,The crops have been
good, but the fruit ripened in what
might be termed a simultaneous pe-
riod, and the movement for the past
ten dayb has been very heavy.
Those who are supposed to be in a
position to know state that the season
will close about tihe end of the coming
week. There will be a few shipments
made the week following, but these
will be what the commission men term
"stray lots," and will not be applied
to the section generally.
Those who have shipped cantaloupes
this season have realized fair prices
and us a rule express .themselves as

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People Are MakIng rspa4i0aitpn% for
Celebratln theorth,
Me"ro.t"e', .June 2'.--Me oO P:roposes
to celbrateithe Fourth of 'uly in a
proper patriotic manner.. \ A. programn
is being aIrranged for the occasion.
There wilt be a pictao t the Spring"
eust of Melrobse, fwih speeches, reci-
tations, singing, etC.., and th-t te1fetivi-
ties will end with fireworks .ai.. a
dance at the town hall. A', are cor-
dially invited.
' Mrs. 0. E Cald well left Ttes4a(. for
her annual trip to B prin gfi el d, ':
to visit'her son, W. N, Caldweli;
-AMrs,a R,. TP,Richa rd f 'aoiflapa its -
ing Mrs. 0. 0. Husband,,
The lumber for the large two.a.story
addition to the WVhiteheau cottage will
soon be on the ground, and W. H. H Lee
will commence work at an' early date.
Quite a lot,of-June bloon il showing
on the orange groves in town.
0. P. Huffman and Dr. Curtis have
gone 6n a trip to Tampa, Saraisota and
the West Coast generally,
Rev. John Waters and Dr. 0.
Waters, the executors of the estate of
Rev. A. H. Waters, are,
be in town, about the 28th inst.
The many friends of Mrs. M, L.*
Ritchie of Concord, Mass., were very
sorry to hear of her sudden death on
the 9th inst. She had fully expected
to be here again in the fall and had
even engaged her old room at the
Huffman House.,
A Great Many Oases of.OCriminal Na-
ture Were Disposed of Quickly.
The special term of the circuit court
which adjourned in this city Friday
afternoon will go on record as 0ne of
the most effective held in Alachua
county for many years. While it is
admitted that two of the defendants
pleaded guilty, this saving three days
work for the court and naturally the
expense of the same, thle number of
cases actually handled is remarkable,
and reflects great credit upon the ex-
ecutive ability of His Honor Judge
Wills and Prosecuting Attorney Cal-
During the term of the conrt, which
occupied a little Jess than two weeks,
ten cases were disposed of. .There
were five nol pressed for various rea1 -"j
sons, which were as follows:
State vs. Israel Putnam, libel; State
vs. C. B. Easterlin and F. W. Wynn,
gambling; State vs. John D. Easter-




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La an Mnn of the Good Roads
mmlttee Believes in Employing
d ,victi on, Roads-Report of Corn-
nitt e4,mi Legislation.

W V Saig sCssiozl of thet Coun-
0 ijfoners nid t(,i(id Roads As-
ia .IednesdAy thit following
wereM ulnamtniiously adopted :
0o11 the cOlmnittee on reso-
'rnpridiig M1.1rs. i. H.
.J L. tVatrinm and B. VW.

a, It has been our pleasure
1in the be(autirul city of
e, the Athenis of Florida,
irpose of discu sting the best
f improving our highways;
Pinerous and kind treatment
Received from the hands of
Ie have filled our hearts with
gladness, making oir delibera-
ant and smooth; therefore

*ed, That we hereby extend
felt thanks to the Hon. H.
H chairman, and lion. J. W.
cretary, for presiding over
rations of our convention;
ann, for his valuable ser-
!the Hon. Christopher Math-
'he elegant address of wel-
e yonig ladies and gentle-
.their sweet music; to the
|earted people who have en-
, so beautifully in their
the Board of County Com-
of Alachna county, for the
Attention given; the imer-
d hotels, for colrtecsies ex-
and the railroiadb abd preso

it will !ong remain with us
nt spot in our memory. In
tof Rip van Winkle, may the
(ialinesvi ni ant Alachun.
long and jthrospor.
neltision or thlie rniportof tho
on resolutions Chairman
ressed tie convention in a
|. Ile said that he con-
ii a mod( opportune moment
to the delegates present his
ton of their hearty co-opera-
10 was glad to see the manifeS-
1so much inthitinifsm and
aand, while the adlvocates of
rs had come a long distancei to
Rith one antitlher in thtl interest
011 oI 10i1 CtiqlSt, Ih o l()i)s(rv*rd,
*e good feeling which had pre-
hat the meeting liad proved as
a iove feasrtt as it lhad a con-
In coneclision Prt sidett
linked the ciLizens of Gaines-
their hospitality, also paying
pliments to "beautiful (.aines-
roperly dullbed in thle resolii-
e Athen)s of Florida."
Iman Long of thtie committee on
,ads submitted the following re-

ir committee on good roads beg
IE report that :
-t-We are unalterably opposed
Bmploynient of convicts in ri-
||ith free labor.
ind--We favor their employment
hie public roads. All short-sen"
[ or mild offenders upon tht
roads in the county where the
, was corn mitLed. Those sttiNd
oe or of long scntencrs to he* in
i:of the State, and worked upon


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Take courage, ye disl
despondent rheuilatio
sufferers. Ydhr repeateW
doe tors and the cobmOan
the day should not sink y
spnir. There is hope! T
Tlw're iA certain cure for
less victims in Paine's
pound. This famous a
medical prescription
proofs f complete cures
of the eases in which it I

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"-At the adjourned meeting of this NEWS FROM WORTHINGTON.
body held in Jacksonville In November t !
last, there were thrce matters passed The Famous Reort I Entertaning
upon by the association and recom- Many Visitors-Other Notes.
mended to the Legislature for enact- Worthington. June 19.,- Voe are all
mIent into laws, viz: glad to see the springs in. the finest
"A bIll pending for the appointtnet condition. People are coming in
of one or more game wardens for the crowds from the surrounding country
State at large; a bill changing the rule to take a bath In the healing fountain,
of practice in the admission of inmates and welcome they are, The springs
to the insane asylum or infirmary; and speak for themselvea in. making soin,
a bill authorizing thile cancellation of of the most wonderful oures it, their
certain izmperfect tax sale certificates, history of rheumatism and general de-
"These matters were all duly brought bllity.
before the Legislature through the The farmers in this section are up
kindness of lion. W. H. Jeweti of Or- with their work and have fuine pros-
ange county. The Legislature passed poets for good crops.
the bill authorizing the cancellation of It isft a pleasure to report Bud Dubose
imperfrect tax sale certificates, but for well again. lie came from Jackson-
some reason best known to that hon" sick, to visit his parents, but is now
orable body, the other reeommenda- over all Ills and smiling as usual at the
tions were not adopted. pretty girls.
"Yoir committee renomminnda thatW One of the Worthingtoun baseball,
in future when this body has any players happened to a little accident l
measure which it is especially desired which has rendered him unable to give
that the Legislature shall. formally his pitcher, Berry Wellas, lt e daily
pass upon, that a committee of one or practice.
more be appointed to go before the B. If. King and fatuily of Headland,
proper committee of the Legislature, Ala.vnfter a week's visit to tho springs,
in order that our matters may be have' returned to their home much
properly placed before that body." benefited.
}{18- d ,drThe living friend and walking ex.
NOTES OF SANTA FE. ample, i the person of 1E. # I eorge,
.Big Ruin tof c Fi toOf rMontbrook, of what WnorthingtIon I
Sngn of the Futch Famil Springs can do fo w rheurunMism, re-
Occur on 24th Int. turned to iR homo Tuesdty entirely
Santa Fe, June 18.-It Is an adopted cured.
custom for the Futch family as the We are always glat to see tho mil-
r24th of June arrives dto meet. ai o le- ing faifterand hear the gleeful vo01is
brate that day, as it is the birthday of or t Alachna people when they crno,

(;a d a a wi L obethee center of atwilrae-tgrocftd ,
Eli Futch, their old veteran father. for they >mikn the very hills wco to
iHis children, graIn 'and great grand- their niirthfulness.
children will meet in family reunion SevertA new nmens have beeh raded
|on that day at the residencho f W.A M. t t rtier ieaet this week arot,
Blitch in the shady grove in front., of Georgia, A lalntma and Florida.
the residence. A fet~iL will bo spread D r. li. C. Hod ges and family. itftLer
onl a loung table prepared for the cca- spending two week t at the springs, rt-
0ion and presided over by that old turned to thlI.r hoio Iulh improved.
pioneer settler, surrounded by one p tPh artic stick "Billio is 8Itill l.(ok(
hundred of his devoted offspring. Ing after the Worthington Springi
S Randd papa will be the center of attrac- gFrouInds.
tion on this occasion. May ho live Mrs. Pearoe and child rofFi Alachna
long to b.e comforted by them. are viiti e spring this weok.
JinrIolder is one of Santa Fe's most A. 0. Crum ande family e nsive re-
substantial farmers who has been turned to their hoKne in Oainesviltkr,
qIUite sick for the past asix week,. We after spending a. week at the springs.
are glad to report is now convaleC*ncit. -.^
E. J. Baird will commence the opera. FISHING AT THE KEY.
tion of h is mill at this place-soon. ^*
The corn crop project is not eoo, On Account ofi S ar o h -
the sorriest for years is the verdict. dustry Is Almost at a StantdstUi.
Cotton an average, but late."* Cane ', It. hodes s< crop good. Grasts ini abundance and In fish at Ctda Key, writes the I)|a-
hiard to down. mond Ice Company in thide city,/from
ihiose who have hoes are taking omit whom hei has been receiving Ice, to the
nhi. quantities of huimey. Bees are f t ct /th In so far as the scarcity of
'ri',h tlija v'ar. t15h in the Cedar Key flshinu iuroundm

tli Opellinlg t)i .ltn ganeo it uir tn lr p
to secure bets either way, as honors
were t'even.
Lynch and )aCosta for the Pets
plInyed good ball, anid arc to be oCrOU-
menidettd for their work,1 It waBi tih
errors iu the flold aid the poor-feld
work whiuth lost th(e game.
n.. wh6 oe W w four Lu nothing.
Tho game was summed up as follows:
Struck out by Lynch, 7; by Chapplo',
7; bases on balls, 0; base hits for the
Pouts Stovall, Kennedy, Anderaon iand
Steele; for tho Sawyers, 4; errors by
GaInesville, 8; by Live Oak, 8.
Tuhe umpire.gavo the Pets the worst
of it. on field orrors.


Newsy Items Which Relate Solely to
the Fair Sex.
Mrs. Tholiontas A Allisn of Midland,
Pa., lA tlhu *tiiitlrr or a oun weighing
22 pounds at birth.,
Thlero is ihlargoe park in Alexandriai,
Egypt, which is open (iOnly to women,
foreign mind native,
There is no sucuh a thing as being tt40
retin Good breeding I even greater
tha baty.
T itei daily- output) of a giaglim -mill
at Ntair. titit-ir, Now Hupsrnro, is
350 m iles of goods.
Thr epyoming ladlvg Ilt NeIwportIt. I.,
have ptsrted a new styioof *wearing
their hair in braidst down thoir back,
MDon't. us8 cold water whon giving the
face a couticwtlo scrub. Wrin witter,
follow d by u dash of cold water, Islbet-
)Don't walk too far at first, when
t king utp outdoor exorcise for the
,.ake o(if your complexion. Stop jult
shiortof bwinig tired.
Dr. l lno Stocker is tlieo editor aid(l
Fraule in ( mtriien TeUjt the assistant
editor of a new paper for womentl,
Fm urnItv lundAchata, )published ft lit -
zig, (ierniany.
i "To the Bridal Party."
I Uidertlhv big oak oti the beautiftil
SSlanta Fe lake,
:'The bridal party sat around the great
wdditil cake.
The diy was porfecot, the wind was so
SWVe saw the refleotlons from the green-
Stop hill.
rih breakfatnt was good entiough for airy
Sbig king,
SAnd wa-sin much relished as' Wv .att
around in a ring.
I With Itg fat, wliolo roast turkeys,
tempting anrid brown
With all the good things from both
country and town.
"Wlth grapefrutt and oranges fresh
from th trep.

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.Win. 6Th. & -A1WbJd&Ji, .-,V UL'ilW UV

nildor tild biy virtliue of dooroew of. rorsoot4S
lire )iile ?t iit I ldotorud on the 0 t6 day of July,
ii. ,ii tl!he 2ML iday of Opit0mnt)tlr, ilt0l7. re-
:,imiwlvtly. by thiO Jikldai or the Clr of Ifl.lita'ltl i, i ULtiid for. AlIIOJli* county. 1 to
obaiev'l'y tlutime! th to l 'u i niri, wherein
juill< It, uFii..nilml, l0littilnlv Litr tnrx w hlbt tho I .,
wi flai u oOI ortf tii, tht i ttol(i f Wllkur A. ri01*
w 0 lt ihi ,. tU.01 4ioL W-NI0YltIt ) (fll VL Iti i iId O J A m d o
.14d ilidl ulalriy IlIot PAaI wo r 4Woro def ld4 ntw. I,.
iks 1j10hii I tii t iiin X lu hiiKaimiory ppolilted for.
1tlI 1i-mt1,ft wilU w i 4t) puiL&. Male, tfr Oca0h,
t) the intIAhSLt blildor, at. t0t oourt IOUieS f'ov.
(of h1'1 Alinihai 0t 1OtliIty, In thO cttt,.o r Goilnel'
vlli.e., In) Mioriray, th0 Milxth dayi oi Jly. 011,.'
ietwnon 0ii t11 bt-ii 4,1t4) ( 1 uJt4a, il t-htme iota
trt it$ imLl iivt'l Nifr lIikl riy I & llr u i ld ha Si I Rld
AlelIIit counioty and finihrltId I"M foll0owsi: O
Sw t4 of SMw ,tbhe Nwt.of wtW!, t!t N ..of
wS4, the Nw-ttof NofH ti theN034ot NN .Vtl.M .
Ne's of l$e6.L tile Nw4 of Nti., tho o K 0
eIj, tho 01 !-* o)f Nel, the &0!4 of NO ( 4,"
the NW I-4 oif $4: 14. tho Nw s #of KW 14.
ithe S 1-4 bf Mtw i 1, thOe No -4 of No 1-4. all in
HtloeLio n to Tp., it. i; '1 m N1I (-I of Nw 1',.
tho Nw o NW 14 w 1-4 t,OSl o 1-4 u Nw t-4, the
Nw i*It of w [4. tile. $IW 1-1 of Nw ir, the
No H ur H4w 1-4. tlhe .t t-i ..of Nw i-i, Rktid the
te,-i 4of Me i-, ull In Hejti(n 9, 1Tip. U. 14. i21;
to)wether with all m-n oirauisr.r thL" ininsemntn,
heri-4ltitrueint m ulid. &ii) Irti'itc&h l 1 to th. MIWmO
hololnitllin or kol) O KittlMfy Wlid deurf"t orf for0oimurMi..
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CEiLERl Y OMDV PDnSyIIun of Live Oak.

r .-r .-'o.
Sal Played as GoI4 as Their
B, Carpenter LOOakt
-I,. ; Opponenti, But Lost tt 4O Costty
Years of LpleSS. Errors-;-Game With i ., Exe'pti-on
ear i.of "61 rleEsqpe

Was Very Even.'
heartened and Mr, *V.... arpetor utua Viita, .h Oak Halls, MoAktthur's. Pets*
an4 neuralgic Ark., Say#t --5,
failure with '1 am glad to say that I am a well have lust out gain, thtino to tLive1
i medilnes, of man today, althoughI I hav. iOuffered Oak It .as .not becauseothe P1s. did
ou in utter do- with rleontimn.aild noUra1pgia for ten not play good ball, but in errors tiffy
here is rescue! years. I rie'dseverail physiciaus, but laid th01 Sawyers in theshade, and it
the most help- with -(nly temporary relief. 1 hhuve Ta hegs wrr s wa wo tthe ga ed,
'I --wait ho errorswhikh wo, game, W
Celery Com-x- taken seven ottcJs orr Paine's Celery
md, wouderfuill Coim pound and I aht n iW well. I had hego1e WAS -larg'ely a ttedd,
has abwoltfe' not been able to work for two yearn, manly hnviug come from VarlouK stur-
ties abo l ut now em1 caIn work all right. Paine's rouiding towns and cities to witness
iu 97 per cent Celery Conipound is the b.vt medicine ro nd Ton ad cis to w in '
hasa. been used. on earthh" the g The Oak a difficult before In!
..... -.l a --d- .. it w_ 4. ffloult before.
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Ar due to Indigestlofl j4nfet]y[ntn
... of everyone hundred people who have
hart trouble can remember when it
Was saimrnple Indigestaon. It t a sc aiet-
tilo fact that all casS of heart di.-
aee, not organic,. are not oxny trace-
able to,, but are the direct. result of
Indigestion. All food taken into the
stomach which falls of perfect dlges-
tlon ferments and swells the storach.
puffing It up against the heart, This
Interforea with thQ action of the heart,
and in the course ol time that deliote
but vital organ becomes diseased

Digests What You Eatl
Mrm. Long Nichols of Pevn Yamp N.Y..
wntellt Ater eating, my food would diatres
me by mklpri 7 my htil palpitate an Iwoul4
become wr weak. inutlly I .tt a botlew
Kodol and It ve me IrMinodllto relit. AtbW
Msn a fl bottles I am curd.
Kodol oute indigestion, dypepata
and all stomach disorder, and given
the heart a full, fre and untrau-
meled action.
Uottil only. $1.00 stt hoblding2 W tiM
the tritl siz, which elta for .$o.

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1jRev. L. R. Ln 0 -- i-tyq Ibsiled as P

BEEN^ TAKEN, A W~ 4 oapstor of the Presbyterian Church. UttflNAJll TEUe^JiII 4ww
ER. I-r4U ATIwardN
Thev L.sR.Lyntin of11" Re.L t lzk___ mw M.be4z3g&b
asstorofthe Presbyte'rian c-hureh Kt t a ipS scr rwlJep a !

tate Transfer Agenti B3ridgs occurre -V*aaa vuuga'73.!uo WI~ tr~ a~5bgteenwri
Tok im toHode Fidy. The'commodious edifice Was comforts Poit oa~tMSBrhh.aM otw oartzsoasile
ably-filled by an attentive congrega- A ltiORc Th* text at the new rineq
^ILL SERVE PHOSPHATE MINES tiont impesdwt h oufyo AYSEKR TO BE THKRRKmI ^K ay:.-
c -- the occasion. !- "1-b toonform 1
*tany Who Knew the Unfvrttsnate An anthem by the choir opened the Candtdahtq for Gubern*torIal and o..t z e 6 the swvtau throne, to
1'Young Man Were at the Station to exercises. Rev. W. E. Boggs, P. D., ;nal H or, aWei Thow oh bet e bt
-Soy Good-bye- Prts jner Seemed in Jacksonville, thon delivered the for State % Offices, tine 84n lv itedt
|~ood Spirits, sermon. Dr. Boggs i paMtor of akuptebtil. 1 ineud toitaone 111
largest and most wealthy church il *'41 a A b Prt#ed na<
4e andh asy ateta tmiilonr awld orhn t oet
.jTherei were eight prisoners taken the State, and as a minister 4tazd Worthintton$pringurthat t o to brIanfd n haspectly8
tho county jail here Friday and well towards the forefront of his pro' Northern Alacthtahich haS btoeome ptyr fathorl I respectfully
othe various State fession. lie is known as an eloquent so famotit for Its, hel thriving, faterS, me those feeltugawbich your
*%upno throughout Soutli Florida, and earnest speaker, and discourse is to celebrate tho glorious Fptl of maJosty entertatu0d. for rfy father up Ii
0e they will be used in the phos- at the installation was a masterpiece. .u ly. to the tlm'e id death. Shouhul <
et mines employing convict labor. After a selection by the choir. Rev. It will not.-e& ahal-way celebration yor majesty be pleased to show me C
bH^ e principal 1gure atnon these Thos. P. Hay of Gainesville delivered Like everything else the good people the same sympathy In the. fulmnt
victs was John L. Easterlin, the I the charge to the pastor. In kindly *of, Worthiugroth undertake, the ococa- of rmy duteu, t w mg tksi^
gg man recently convicted of the 'words Mr. Hay told the young zniiti- >sion Qil ube' u-to-ddate in every tO- ta k fro ot It fr y
er of Thos. W. Clark at Newber- ter What was expected of *hu as a pas- speot, and' tUoAe who attend aro not fr eroveo rit In e '
and who was sentenced to impris- tor of the Presbyterian faith, nnd in- only promised a good. time, but some ^ terias H
qupspent for litetime at hard iftbor. A cidentally gave sone excellent advice good speeches kh well. Next to the .I aeknowledglng the friendly na, ti
#nit many of thi ncquflintances of, which might be followed with profit by Long Bridge meeting, which opened tificatlon of your acoesaion to the r
16nang E1asterlin were present at the any one laboring in the Master's vine- the campaign, this will be 011 of the throne, I desire to assure you without
"train to bid him good-bye, and the yard. Mr. Hay is an impressive speak- most Importati t n"teUnins of the year, delay of my compete h
$ prisoner ftppeared very cheerful. er and his words of wisdom are always notwithetatiding time in ad- wishes that you may live a long rw
1 The convicts taken weru as follows: listened to with rapt attention by a vance at which It Is beihg held. It haJ happy reigq. May t be vouehr 'I c
SJohn Easterlin, murder, lfe sell.! Palatka congregation. already developed that the campaign 'to your maj s
I tence; Pinkney Jones, inn nrlaugihter,! After dhe wigingf of K hynin, Rev. is going to be a long and earnestpreo t m'ao In reatoi Lag S
& ten years; Hayes Hawes, assault widh WV. S. 3iilne of Micanopy chlarged the and those candidates who do ni at. pc an q and istet yo a
intent to murder, ten years; Faguo people. He is an earnest speaker, and tend the Worthington Springs tunes succession o? internal storms, and by ^
fl Seymour, manslaughter, live years; hiis charge was impressively delivereA. tioxi may regret it at a latlr day, for raif-ng It again after the severe tall
Jim Rhodes, manslaughter, seven lie spoke to the people in finn words, they cannot be & bellcow," and lUtt wldch it recently susta~ned Ia tho
years; Thos. Maylin, emibezzlemc1nt, and informed them of their duties to- tall in behind. eyes of
-twelive months eyes tof the cividiited wold throughik~lth hl
w; Roger Mitchell, ag-i wards their pastor. The bewdiatlob All gubernatorial, congressiqual the hdnoua nd un:versallrrprobat'
ravated assault, four months. was then delivered by Mr, Lynn, who and State candidates will be inyited, ed crIme, Your mainty may rely on
All went to Alachuzi county prisotus is now formally installed as pastor Of and it is expected that at this mneetlui my Uiwport and (rlondsblp In execut p
with the exception of Easterlin and,, this church. gay his pastorship be many matter of Interest to the "dear tIng this tat, aURL you may be op'
Jones, who were sent. to huctgenbach's one'Of continued success is the desire people" Wille diou v d at it wl l
mines, Holder. of alle ireres.pect, 'of denominational OLD VISITOR HERE. t an strentdfeo
dfeeosWewelcomie hint and his mlhol eain hc aeeIt
ENGINE CAB WAS BURNED. Excellent wife to our city, and truth D. F Brown Visits Gainesville First e so o
.ri .t o . .'that their stay in our midst may be Tim in-Twenty Years, trie."
Mysterious Fateof Engine No. 566 of b p loig Palatka tries.
the Atlantic Coast Line. bot pl~easantand. loD-aak. F. Brown-, a member of -the unrit'
Train No. 144, engine No. 555, from n of 8. A. Gerrard & Co., wholeale CoM- GREAT BRITAIN AND SERVIA.
Oitra to high Springs, pulled in here mntiros surUTEs TOpn. r at
There R~~~~~flAL ~~the Brown Hou, 01iloaicR1ai5'0eten.h
yesterday inornini 0n tin re .... r. .Ir i. r .... i -i .t. ovm ,
was nothing unusual about. th iuc'- Postoffice Departmes t To Put Them I-, Mr. Brown *hue co araiv Governments.
dent, as Captain carter r and T nglwUr Opert -ln, young man, is what miht be termed _d Jn 18-I n .m BacordInc
Lyons are almost always DIn time, but Washington,. June 20.-'The 1iostcffice one of uthe "od covers" to Ginesluta the house of Cciflmon f today, amnpl~i Ifl ^
the odd feature of the train was that demtrtiieflt has rotiunied the egcahlsh. vile, but visited this city the last Limo the Informatiaton regfarding the attUilde'
the engine was minus of a cab, and mont or rurhi f pee dlclivcry routes twenty years ago, when it W&S littde of the Uritish governwnmt towiard
Enginee Lyons was teting astride which w'ere \.Ad up da account o. the more than a vOilage. .ervl. He sa14 the _plorMic n .la
- of aboard which ca"ne in very con- defdcit in the aren~yrtieon for tlat "Do you know it does my heart good nona with Sorviat which endew with

vnietlysasat/liic iie irmneerv'lue and&lag lll~w mI~ner ot routf to jook at Gainesville of today." re- the doath of King Alaxandsr, had not ,
I veinl as a sea,, whil the firema lvl eI~nto o-pcratlon on July I, xnarked.Mr. Brown, n speak ing ut the been renewed, It
was coipelled tostand. tIhe eionuimr of the siew n.( ttl year. it and his former viits here 'For Tho govenunent bd. consider, d

*To those who had I lieo)i~portiiiliy of Th poty of th dnoprrtnent hero* Reeral whens whether It^ shuldt denunc crimes'
visiting the World's Fair in Chicago te wil be to establish routes as r'p* years ai ; veyyon mn which hart dieracod tha Servla~n cap tt
and studying transportation from the idly as poUsiblen consthtent with thoe a adledthpiflae0 visitsranal and atal by withdtrawing! th Blrltlsh mim 3
early days to the lpreset progressive best of economic arlinstra. was a(.ot-lstold to remain he. for ste.h I, however, had been thought t
-osue this picture (ruin nature seemed tion. The rul. Re to th. number o. several weeks. It w then very h.lo better that Sir George ]3onham ro.naI. ,

more familiar, for it reemIbled thl fat&mIlIS requlred to be on the route above a vilJage, Ut I always enjoyed at his post and protect Brltlih Inter
methods eg d a hundred yr ago, in order to segiure the service probably comining here and iiticipated my via- eatas. Ie would not b1 acroditd to
when railroad traic was inr is infancy., will be more strictly adhered to and Its with much pleasure, for these the, now government util further In..
er Lyons stated t so fewer exp'tions -made. Gainesvillo people always enjoyed the formation was rocclvoe reg:rJJnlg the
Engineer Iyoii .tatid LIoItsiL e tThe L'ulo req.utres that no servle% reputation of bing among the -not cirumistanreo under which Itml had
time during early Friday ornig th shall ), ctt-b!,l.shed on a route on hospitable people in the world, come Into owr.
engine, while cold at Citra. vias burn- which there are less than 100 famles. o.i. am specially pleased to note. the These power'. hn regarg to whor
ed. The first in Limnit io i of .y disa-,, Unlo.,s excei;tlons are made for some gre t andt m a ittlto the govornmnt roc(,-Ied In.
ter wasbrouglit to himt bYy it (!olon1rd special reasons, routes are to be in great au.n subsatial lmprovenwutsf; rod had l.ostruc'tcd thnlr reprr!
tmau who told him Litat "id w.)rld ve:.-tlgated In the ododr In which applF about (iainewvillr, ad mi.ust ceo.,ss sentrntis to accpt thle provsonal
was on fire" at the nrilroad station catlons for them are filed. that I was greatly surprised when I government as the de factor uthorlty
Shastily dred ad wnt t walked about tho town and observed with which current business should
scene o(f tie co(lagratioe, wlint h. dis- GrnIK-E OF COCKS AND WAITERS, the progress that has been. made. In be transactd.
coered that the ctgrtub of .t he d l oiv- place of the rickoty wooden buildings ,
Covered that the cab of tIt, lucolotivi settlementt of Same is Hinging Upon of twenty year go YOu hav er'da n Wrn
hadcbjenbrd ]t t e. ('; cago, TC(dhnlcalttl magnificent brick structures which0 G"p, J, The stn:
The looo.v wan ptago Jun"e 18.-The settlement hasul wane Maam Chriaticki, nn iybIntehmW
shops at High Spring.s, where it will ort (: htoel axn restaurant strike ap- would be a credt to any cty. 1 .ote ha Wrne a
be placed in tirst-class sha.e- Sonme tf poI t.I. tto hinge upon technical. also with a great deal of pride your mtherflan no th ate lg
the intimate friends of G(eorg, inti- tc's. h1 exact construction to be magniflc::t p!b, scool piub icg, Miln 0t; S aurh
mate that he became tired ,,I t.e o!d i put upon the t.rm "un:on recognition".' which would do credit to a city of four I. th e i adVSO(l to keop her sor
engine, and endeavored to bhrni it up'. is t:(, A:tiuanhlin, blocl< to a plmedy ad- tiinteshe i) population anywhere in tlhel pa on he trclts nt owh t1 11p, M
with tihe hopes of getting -a ww 011n, 1 justiiTent of the d but George says t the parirs to the cant loersy. ThI
-.?":ictThe t1 T hP Mr. Brown wa busy yesterday re. fears than attempt aybe mae to
was perfeetl content With tto fiaithf'il Joint hoard or the strikers unions i.a newig old acquaintance. Us $ZiiOctU urdot young Milan, although it ta
old "Three lives." acquaintacs. Li s inrdnit
o -dInThe~e.' n to In2d omt for an agreement to remain in t his section for another not bellved that there will over ho
GOVERNOR NOITHErN HEARD. i e.:.-:y unon mein and women only week, during which tlnme. lie will work any prc O i t
--l ,1,lo ti o hotcl nnd restaurant owners tn the inlteret of,, hos.#, aro sot "f hisla s e g thui
Georgian SpokIe of Inuctr;i Develop dor.:nir, they can do no more than FLOOD IN NEW MEXICO. (
rrent at Mo i ei Mertinq. pjrom.s;t, nit to (lIScrIniinate. Thp _r- nis 1, -rf.ina n ika., i h

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ttnt~r t uflhrolmin Mam'i i
i;h 'HSC c<,p 13 lyer~t.' by Pw~h ^
C I s-t L~a icea In' Othai0 .Portloa o N, 1'etw011 j 1100
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ial a. A i Vokoha

a 4 )y U I& aL3L I 11r 1,1'7Jt '%$i while the ,

, :'V',) t ,Ill-. -,.: ,t b o -1 1" 1 ,''v.rte d. to .
li sout' *be.-i i":i GA Chl'.ti where

1-~l S5< ,1 C 4 "0'V j u t~i ; -^ I I Vor 1, 0 d
01k1blQ rnbc-111oa ciL 'trn and,
iow diattttharK ht^^^^(on es'
h o .& %. V A 10,, ,I;' : T, '- ih ", :
10meo of the reo prt .rrv~^n 'kn
pom that proviuwo ai~o/o runfll r~it
tature* *
The Japan /tirn1* Of Tokh!) uUht;
11 paitch e from J164In Urat t he
t lan ithr.tlosf I nna, *:i:1 W'
EDplltn .IN." KWANG ..1,.. 01
ttperty, have hrto hu o.Prb. Cm in M*'
p hua h1 Ieqn Dv o rto d by Frsh _.-..0 .',
irolaet; In the borowd In Cthe Portlo o U.
. ,.oria, .1. ct, June l

vacular psqwr, G1'tj10!W OVICiftl In ^
Smail n vhuria rcivoprt f trom ve okohb
tulan l)tCtbitbo in ta.nco. uri. remains .

Iacd In ltJo-1 LutlP.aUor,,attopntior k n..f

(bew. Vork,., Ju~ne I 8,-^-E l !,\ 1 Do ,^|
dooers,/ reputed 0.o be *art)% mievergi.^
,R% lln dol ars, It t Ivght Il to

esu lha Lud low Art atl ( lamt we
mookd to ..1-. for Miroeto tO0.ay- iM
re sh dl,..,u rl::, :crs. '.'I:I ozt''urtze ,.h....:,:.i.

Kwa & Plih eu of hs m atho r a i a for.'

m the list of -the liner Now York. P
Unless $100000 to depositod- as bond- ^
'or hsblo rebpplloar ice- 't'b n lvwer and
or divorce brought by i .;fe',e, ,w:hom '
~rhf~ ~~ ao. Marc'.h', I. ': 900," '. .
ho ntoilzhbor,.nr; Vu,.,,c_,.... tina, .....
o0te Ol to *the i topwlts rrl" nt. tln .'
rout that pro v .o al sk ofwan IU .i, 'atn ';' ;.i
*tu re .i
The Japan tlt 0 es ofd'tI tpi%1I. ..".
ispatc hei front a pealdfg tthart t he n. ".
Ian aith(orlthm Ia ?ontMbutiin wuhir ln '
oxaplgltitzg ot. iln.b)CuttIy c,1 V*, 4:8d ;...
'roperty, have hIreJ htw.tzt l". o>P';C- .,..
v'so highlwaymen, zutiiy &:' wh.;,i;'; e :O1...
rosaed In the t borrowegit utf R4ate ..
lan joldiers Ao ording toa er- Ks
acular paper, a .GtItnoso pri~lclal I~n .".,"
,a nehurla Is top*rtoK to have boen ".
Ualzhed'"at the Inatauco ol t Thuapa., Ki',
a u'm ;" { j'.(fA
MIsL%.msmNAInE IN. TROUBLZi,. *.....;.
'laned In"Jail'l Just Prior to C.:hintg for ";.'i".
E~~urope,....., ,
t ew .York. Jfu~ne ) 8,-Eq ',win ,..I.':
4ooers,-reputqd to be worth severali"' !:
aililoto dollars, spouet last night In a
;elI o. .Ludlow.street. jail. H!0 le:("!
rooked to nail for .I urope today, hlI# ,i'.:
LtMat anM t~h~t of hifi mother Rtpvcarlu$ -, opi
ra the list of the liner New York. '' r:"'t ':
Unless 910,000 1. depoulto~t as bond.':"" i
or his. appearance lb ana~war a...Mitt. .;,,
or 4ivprce brought b~y lilac wife, whom.-. *..i~~~l'
to warn. & Paooui Marcht 1, L900,.;"-"l-.:
J~e Will eh atn, be to nilt tod~ay,. .. :;...~i
Mooer is .t-well known fipUOite .".tt~:,,
4eYI, hicago and Ban ?raMtos U.-

En her afftdavit, nr'on ,which Judge.-",::i
t[a~rk Issued the order of. detention;,.:,,'
4frs. Moocra. dore rlibus hlerself as beia "'1:,l
vltho0Ut prepe'r'/or .Income, Sh* n :;i :w;
,hat mihe appealed to her husb~am& lat '..$::";i'
niontli for a contrdbutloan to hwr mains '". ~
enhancee &nrI that he rc'f weit it, A 2m.".,i:
aiod h~er he was going abroad for..a.;:.
ong Urn. to "ajet rid of the whole ":!;
hig SeRysseha WJ pr

Mr. Mooer, who Is not yot 30 years '
hid,. (loellied to dl.sacu thte ifmattor for "
)ublloatlon, ".

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ro Inoure Employers of Labor Agalneg ..
Strike -
Chicago, June lr-.-A disp)atch to The K
lec(rdoHerald from I ndtanapoll, nd.. 4,
y ". ; : 's
l>avld M, Parry, -prstident of tbhn,
qtt.onal Manufacturing assoclttin, ;.
:,ommnoltlig on tho vprdVoeod or gjgalj -.
Ion or a com pany to k- in'..
or s .opslimt
ure t6,e employer, of labor 1 ,
gitinat strIhoIs, nys thle comYpany will.;W
indoubtedly b1 fllOrd. 'o aie d tha$
t would nIecessiarily be a wututr corn ;,
,py, and that the menb'r'hlp wom, '.
C Iept secret; only, tho offl(crs being: .
"Orgctn.izod labor will never know,- .
ie said. "when It ordr.nO a strie .
Vhether It Is really fighting comblvnar
capital or merely makI Ij San onsalaug't,-
n onIe indLvidual, Tio objoct of the
company will. be to protoit its poliy
,oldters from louso roesultlng fromn th -

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Suet GotoStat Prison aMld [ 'My hair was faIing out "i' One Ocoaioi When Soft Roads Kidneytroubleprt i
t6.1: s t Pie My "h. .... a oft

*.dvery fast. But your oouretesand311sens-mbit1oautyvgor
0Slave forRemainder of Life. ,Hair Vigor Luopped tU falling and Probably Saved a Few Lives. ,, s. nd oheerulneis oon
***"* ; .: *... .re tored til natural color. -Mrs i 4ida' "fwh "tt i-
l" E. Z. enoll ni e,.Cohoes, N'.' .' n : .,, .s are out o( order
tH 0EQUIt. QF ECKLESSNESS __ __________________ HORfSe AN. WITH THE PARTY or e d '"7
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It' Kidney trouble has
I;&WhatthUtou Y It sipasibe foryoU Allen Y'oger~ af Ocala Held to Reins,. Slecmes prevalent
n Less 'Thanye ^ | HOt to 14)0k b, with the aDdIrsesOragged Him Nearly
-Him Hs -.Liberty. Forever Circuit Color of seventy year in Hundred Fot-Fingeir on Right a t h k
r' o r v .ourt hair! Perhaps you Hn B g ty
-* Obr ProceedIings. Jua iiuel sevnt yKo u .ide twok. t h 16 OOote t h
o .t. l'are seventysn and YOU li te P or Ik whe, the chi
t, 31* wl *Kf twoe thesdtelegatel to the w
*. miahdaHt U Honor Jodge Wills in the yo ray y a rhIr I I t, n CPUtyOOWmdSiloners and Good Roads ^onnt t ^asa tis y atfttotd
ourt room at 4 o'clock Thurd.y after- u s Aycr's Hair V9gor Oonve nt ,ti, which h"s been in sesiowatin Cp4 u t. the nseiw
oon, addressing the young man who. I n less tha a mo h you in this city for the past few days, ill j *it.V ey trouble m
has rsoertly been tried and convicted gray hair will have all the remeniber the occasion for a while. 41 ,hol tards the tream i
"tn.ln*uopotaot."gans"Thi..flpI 'f.

ot the murder of Thos. W. Clark Lat drk rich color f youtih These delegates were Allen Rogers of 1 :, u t" a diseased cjinn uf tn
da ricwberhy. ol | youth* Ocala an Ed L. Waterman of Citra, i r nerand not to a habit a
ThepionerWho occupied a who, with two citizens of our ctywth popl s
"'* ...* *'prsoer w occupied a ponossib- ..rtzt -n-e"Hel t e. Wote a"s woWasmep a re naadejnts

S lon near the witness box, arosi. i Ir your cnnot y you, the best inetons, were the victims erabe with kidney and bladder trout
omplexion was eallo.w, hi expression s s O d r n we kpros of an exciting experience Thursday and both eod the same great remedy.
YO I ottie. i10 8111. wiid fiv l Lt~le a
downharted ad oooy, for h as of your neormt ireolie. Address, morning, with the result that Mr. The mild and the immediate ffect o
-colorte ndgom orle a Uf. AscvenitCO, yO01 ,yea wa

fully. aware of that which was about to 40 _0 in0. Rogere hda a finger of his right hand w i reali4Ith ssld

foll.ow.- ) ,___...your________..,_________ broken as y and the other distinguishedbydug gissn fty
~~~cent an3 n dla
"John Easterlin," continid .t!e M.A HYDE RECIVESK degnateo is sufforin the icoven- sizes, You may have a
Judge, "you have beeii brought into icces of a sprained knee. sample bottle iy mail
; this court upon the seriol grave Hit Texas O.l Investment ,s Paying i.uh tat enthusiasm for- which he free.1 alpellf oswarp"o
charge of "urdr. ,o havo had' 'Him Handsome Dividend. toos be en eands of testimonial letters received
fair and impartial trial before a jury Thomas of the Board of County CO from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Khmer
of your co0n trymen; you have had the omay Issay what you p ease abot missonors for Alachua county, was do- & Co, Binghamton, N. Y., be sura and
S advantage of able, distinguished andthsoipro, &p h sitos, bt hav ai irons of demonstrating to the gentle- eti"onths 0 aD hCr.
,: com.peteint counsel; but this jury has, low A dk right lt' footd. men in question the progress being Don't make any mistake, but remem-
Saer du liberation of nineteen y yIy. made by Alachua i the construction ber the name wap-Bt Dr. K-
Bir u dlbeain fnieee .ho~ displayed a tempting looking ckec~k Acr*te
'hours, adJudged that you are guilty,,. f. of good roads. Aco rdingly Thurs- mer Swamp-Root, and the address,
nd have-soretur' $250, which he declared ws his
.shn; n ar the mtery bo, aof he hi rd mnh divide fo the uxa day morning he secured a car- Binghamton. N Y.. on everybottle.
have showneyouronrcy of broOl herdsna o Beaadlont riage ad in Company with the
however, aud now I want to ask you if M Hyde su yor, A. W. Tylor, started MARAE AT ALAOHUA.
there Ol. any reason why tlie siitenco h te, y iirvte d e. o5t) A th on a short drive with his guests d
ofthe Ill ot b paed uw from Marioi. When they had reached Contracting Parties Mr. T. Osteen
youf8 venture, and, while a number of his ad poMt na "ot and M i pss Salle Fletcher
0Threo, wsamm tof i lenc-- .... acquaintances who had invested boneoy a par th o pae siuith ,
-"There wastw a moment in going about the strEEts talking oe of the carriage wheels collided Married, Sunday morning, at the
among 'the little crowd which phsito with a s tump which occupied a promi- resldencef the bride's parents, Mr.
gatere abut he ar r Jtetce.Petroleum humbug this enterprising
gathered about the btr o r justice rewd investor said nothing nent position in the road. The horses J. T. Oateen to Miss Sallie Fletcher
S While fll reazed that other coild be Nw ho has nothing to take tack and we re goi g tt a lively gait, with the Rev. W C. Foster officiating.
buit One son 1tenco, a feeling of sorrow' rsl httetnu f-h arae Ms
prI evailed which WRa evident on how nothing for which to apologize, as for resul that the tongue of the carriage Messrs. W. 0. Elves, 0. Wi Ste-
irad wimparti triB efoetthe a asr arce months lieo has been re- became suddenly detached with a tre- phens and T. H a. at were elected at
Part of. even t ;e dignified Judge to
.ahe be, vanh.g te ditgii hed eivig this 1J0 per cent dividend. h e nendous o orcussion. Mr. Rogers was yesterday's election as trustees of this
t he bech. n ianistvery contidh ooin th ncom- driving, and with that determination school district.
: There is no reason, your honorr" l ow tock, and. characteristic of a "an of nerve" he Miss E. 0. Spencer left Monday foree
r. eplied the prisoner in a cool, firm for ls reo the conservatism held the rel. Hte was consequently Farnville Va., where she will spend
vo1ce with which ho vesed his m oney Jerked f rom the carriage and pulled a the summer. Mis Spencer has been
*Then the fCIILCIICC of thiC court The rlexas Crude Oil Company is n distance of nearly a hundred feet be- selected as first assistant for the tall
that'",".. ours, dJohne thateyou i r, guiltyiheed~ slydatmtn okn k

I, that's prison faoerdit rcmainder deritho same direction and the is fore the animals oorld induce him to term of the Alach-a school.
of yourth aephown oura li er" oanageers, h ment DS the Star Petroleum rea eayo hin gnrap. The horses escaped Miss Miriam Roberts of Aletoona is
"o aud nofrl tat.! Aboy js t y Company which is one of ,te stron- and had not, up to the wupperhour last visiting her brother, W. T. Roberts,
JV~ tinko eht o.j stc ar^ miost reliable coiijaniles jin th night, been captured. 'agent of the A. 0. L. railroad.
blooming in to iruathood., when he, T.'xii fields. Mtr. Lyio with many in sonic way Mr. Waterman was Children's Day was celebrated Sun-
should be n Instrument of A.fulness ohrI this city, oWns considerable thrown from the carriage and sus- day with an excellent program, well
Sto all about him, now be~ingso nbnced stock Iir theyd tar Company, Mr. Hyde wined a severely sprained knee. The rendered and impressive.
to labor inthegrim conines cof a pyle- being one of the directfors 1 It -i con fourth finger of the right hand of Mr. Rev. W. C. Foster and family are
on for the remainder of his life. While ogers was broken st
6rotoate.san,,tra~nthb I~setw' elv,.eIdeupn]ogtle, expectedse. that0 t is compa~ Mrm. hny.he hd eahe 'ntrrthi aigto Spri.igs T.Othis

we muOt accept the verdict f ewillp a a dividend within the next To party returned to this city, be- week.
square, li'ontst mc, at the O timoe fy ing compelled to walk a distance of John Wells has purchased the E.
the p woplo will drop a tear of siyen- y y.weegbot about two miles, when Or. s. F. Mc Pearce place and hay moved his family
pathy not oily for the prisonder, but Do You Enjoy What You Eat? Kihstr, Jr., administered hia services here. Mr. tVells will erect a sale and

his loved ones as well. How many Il' yOU don't your food does not do you to Mr. Rogers. livery stable,
mothers who have dear soni will slied much good. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is This was the only unfortunate occur- Ladies and Children .
a tear of symnIltty and condolence for the remedy that every one should take reiee of the entire convention, and All ladies and children whotedaot
this unifortuniLt.o condition tof iibairs- wtien there is anything wrong witli Chairnainn 'httnas expressevs his re- stand ci rn o a t
ahoie blightetd aid borrowed forever, the stomach. Thero is no way to gretsat the misfortune, owever, it syrups, catartis, etc., are invited to
only to satisfy Llto paojtsi() of a mo- maintain health and strength of mind was unavoidable, and the entire party try the famous Little arly Risers.
ment's anger. and body except by itnotrishment, of course accepted the situation good- They are different from all oer pills.
The' court conv at a 9 o'clock. Thore is no way to nourish except aturdly. They do not purge the system. ven
T10CMn'11vida aturedly, aTdubey doewlCo giiwae
The first esee calll'd was that of State through thlo stomach. Thie stomach ....... ...... a double dose wll not rip, weaken
.'or sicken; many people caullthemthxe
vs. Fage Seymour,cliarged with man- 1u1t4 be kept litalthy, pure and sweet IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. sEasy lil. W..II. Howell, ouston,,
slaughter. li'rsoner wits arraigned or the strength will be let down and .ex., says nting bettor can e used
and pleaded guilty. disease will set up. No appetite, loss Monroe Drew Arraigned for Murder, for constipation, sick I.dache, etc.
The ocatso of Stlitte vs. lJijkpley Jones, of strength, IlOervousnles, loadaclho, Convitted, Recommended to Mercy. Bob Moore, Lafayette, Id., says all
ths 1cogrstipeitiou, bad braith, ouringt sicken, while ',D-
maslauglter, w called, lefendant rising indi in, dyspeia at all Tlh Sessioii of the circuit court was Wit's Little Early Riser do their
masluhtr 4t t.lld l~t'Iat riffing, indigestion, dyspepsia. "sd KO'
was arraigned anid pleaded guilty. stomachi troubles are qjuicokly cured by spent Friday in the trial of Monroe work well and easy. Sold by Bodiford
Courtl; adjn rted UnILiL 2 o'lock, thieise of Kodol )ys pepsi Cure. Sold Drew, a beardless colored boy who lhas & McOollum.
when tl'1car(e of the State vs. Monroo by liodiford & Mlc(olLum._ not yet reached tihe ago where lie can W
Drew, murder, wal called. T]ihe after- ISRAEL WILLIAMS RELEASED. exercise his citizenship asa i n, WILL SOON BE COMPLETE.
oo110011 WaM Bp"Lt in etmpsiueling at1d upon tho serious charge of murder. System of Street Names and Numbers
sweariung a jury, when court ndj(urnt- Man Convicted of Selling Whiskey II- Drew killed one of his compuanione .Will be Finished by July 1.
ed. until: .p(ehlo Hot.Weather Weakness. Ieael1 Williams, tho colored barber I rs, which ho claimed was in self do- when the system of street and house
If youth feel fNgj out I Ot, Iislss and w]o was arrested, arraigied iberore s, but teJury, after it dli, numbers wil be complete, the con-
]akY t Mayor Thiomnas 1ud convicted of tell- erationt of Htie evidence before them, tractor for this work desires to stat
Jackingr in tnery, yt[i rtntror tp is l i..u is. wi rrt.t the work wilio bo ptse e rdlo-
suff.erig rrot tho debtnting >Ifot'( g whiskey without a liiosp Saturday e u eldw be 0,ised every
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,**'' JKI",'.' 4'd'.* S**'*41Eaw'y v ~., wi'-t~y w i W : A T ir

,leep With ,eIad I-,'' W.

Wheels Severed S$ee.
'- 'e, .
: '" .- < -i : r.- ,, : > \',, ., : ,
Wh' '

* ;f ;". *' *,. ",* ^." .: i ,/ ,, % .',. ,.
*, Tired'Qut,.fErom '4. b'r, and La'
Down for a Shott IlestWh1i. Wati ,
for Another Trairito Pass-Bo^
Taken to 'Home in Ocala. 1
Hawthorn, Jun"l6.-A neroA t
andemp oyed ondExpress TLraI 4 .
of the Atlantic boast Line w' s "'
ictirn ofari'acqident here las ,...
hich proved serious to lai, ,( ,
in his life. 'His head was ,it;jf
zVered fromn his body by the tr, L:N
)us wheels of a loo6motl(,, w(I ,.
mcussion was so sudden that. t, u im.l
*rtunate man never realiz1i W'a
id happened, "
The expree'.'train went ilo a s(i;Dr
this ppint to wait for autiiir b''ai
pass. The crew or th(e trai: ,d
'en working hard, aicl weru v,,ry
uebh f.tigued. This 1mn ally dwr
r a few. moments' rest with itiIe hea
ione of the rails of t'he main track,
d w,,en the other traim (.:,ca thtn.
ring by if came as a ,essag( .1%
'ath to him. The odly was t, ak.i *
Cala,.his home.
Thi" section was blessed xwitbi a r,,
ashlng rain yesterday, vliiclli pruv
great benefit to the crops,
His Last Hope Realized.
[From the Sentinel,. Gebo, Mowi
In the first opening of Ok a(u,!iiII [o
ttlers in 1889, the editor of tliii4
r wias among the many seekers .:,.r
rtune .who made the big raect(:,,i.'e
y in April. During his trav,.:.
out and, afterwards his camping ,
\claim, he encountered 1n1,i, t1d1l
ter, which, together with tlI ,- SCV;%
at, gave him a very severe (iiarrim.a
[ich it seemed altnost inpsos;ib 1,to
eck, and along in June the, cn' t4.
ne so bad he expected to die. tej
y one of his neighbors l)rouglit himn
a small bottle of C(JtunlrLal '5
lie, Cholera and Diarrhoea .!k emx'd.
a last hope. A bi.g dose; wn g^iv,
n while he was rolling abo'a o11 tij|
>uid in great agony, ad(1 in ; t l>.
nutes the dose was repeated. 'It,.
4d effect of the medicine wais r.,t
Lived and within an honr Ht'( pat i.-:
s taking his first sound lep 'i]l,,r
tonight That one little bottle w\vrk.
a coxqplete cure, and he (aMI!) 11','ll
b feelgrateful. The sasoa for Lhew.

disorders being at hand wuix-'i-B
s item. For sale by all drrg-i ,i
d medicine dealers.

R. Steckert Constructs 400 Feet
Around His New Premises.
N. R. Steckert, who has jtiL ,'.:n
'ted one of the handsonwst nrc-
neices in Florida, does not belhirvI, 1
ing things half way. lie lbas j
npleted around his preminises, a ci-
ico o 400 feet, a substantial 'l
)k which will add greatly 1) the
ue and comfort of tlhe surrowiuid1t3
Uhis work was execulted nu id' ilit''-
n of D. 6. Edwards, itii sinrei L'-
ctor, and is a credit to tnhe ability '
it young man.
A Serious Mistake,
C. De\ViUtt & Co. is the uImtUI itnIk.
n who iMako the genuinei \VE,
zel Salve. DeWitt's is tII, \'iu'
zel Salve that heals without la".
a scar. It is a serious minta"' t:
any othor. DeWitt's W\itcli 1',r
ve cures blind, bleeding, I('h,
i protruding riles, buruts, trii''
ima and all skin diseases, Sil .,
diford & MeColumn.


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t:. ,"e;., .,, ..S o al,.-, ... F i...
e. 415$i. atr, pi4 ter Act of Con-
| res~sptM t .,.r i. "" ..._-.

i,... & MiQ4 *i rZonlay P&d friday
at. 44iivtReU Florila .

W HU MG iCART,. Editorand prbp'r

.4 ,,. Tsn. o... S.nse xrrxoN ,
4k. .The.VTwtce-a-Week SUN #1 a1 year; six
S,:'., haths 50fite. ; single copies, be..
.... *. .'., al advertisements, 16 cnltHs a line
t;'' ; fi~~t-the first and 10 cents for etchi addi-
,':J' : ,m.iaertion .
., hplpAyed advertisements for there,
o'f -.' t" i and 12 .months at s)seciLl. rates.
''; : :.I. furiiishied lpon application.
4 ) -
Marriage and Death notices inserted
'..- free. Obituaries, 5 cents a line.
. :, ." C.. --
A j WWe will not accept Htailps of a
;! larger denomination than 2 cei ts.

I.T :Thee Sui alid the Tlhrice-a-Week
(N,Y,) World one ear..... $1 65
Oa9 The Son and the Atlanta (Ga.)
Wekly Constitution one year.,. 1 75
*, The Sun and the Atlanta (Ga.)
4,. Semi9Weekly Journal one year. 10
':.... The Sun and the. Semii-AVWeekly
!-"', Times-Union one year........ 1 .)
4' -. r'.', -
M:anchuria rlvai' Oregon iij fertility,
:'1, ,', *...
.'.,' *timber and climate, aII abundance of
,IJ' gold, silver, Iron and coal. It has the
'-., areaof Texas and~threi times the pop-
i,', ulation of the state of oew York.
+ I .
.I;. Senator B. F. Kirk of BrookAvillo is
S. proinminewitly mentioned as a candidate
S .i for Secretary of State. l-e is ione of
.b -9best men in the State and has
S. nvOer been defeated for a political
,.. office,
. ," i o ce '

t .i The United Bureau of Forestry is ex-
h. perimencing with various niethods of
4.60 preserving and seasoning wood to make
1^r0 it last longer. Cheap timbers properly,
'"" '," *treated may take the place of high
a i grade wood,

Suwannee county will vote on the
questionof issuing $140,000 worth of
bonds on July 7th. Forty thousand
will be used for the erection of a new
court house andl,$100,OO for construc-
tion of hard roads.

Herbert Drane and Park Trammell
of Polk county were two of the most
efficient .members of the House. of
Representatives. Old Polk has just
reason to be proud of her delegation
In both branches or tlie egislattire,.

The laws enacted at the last session
of the Legislatwre will be pulblishId in
lupploment form in toll ne newspaper ill
each county, as s5oo1i as the Secretary
of State can compile a certified copy to
the clerks or the various Boards of
County Commissioners.

8am T. Shaylor, a;i old Alachua
county boy, has been elected a member
of the City Council of Jacksonville.
Sam is o e of the leading attorneys of
the State metropolis and lihas at bright
future before him. iHe will be heard
from on the stump during the next
political .ea)Impigln.
. T. F. McCall of$t. i'Peters urg i al
indefatigable worker. for tlhe uplbuild-
ing of his town. He labored night atis
day to secure flit' appropriation for th
normiiil and industrial school of St
Peotrsburg anid his peojit- dilly appire
late his otlorts. iBy sitigile stroke to
Sthi-nen, however (love.rtior jilllimitiu



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A *

of Mormonrism is the fact that the
chnrebh is largely devoted to business
affltirs, and its work is really a source
of co-operation in matters that bring
practical benefits to the members. This
has been shown not only in the con.-
struction of roads, irrigating canals
and other improvements which have
reclaimed large parts of our western
deserts, but also -in the remarkable
commercial organizaton, "Ziono's Co-
operative Mercantile Institution,"
which has been at source of profit in
various ways to members of the church.
Even the tiLhinig system has had bone-
MIts, for tithvsit are paid in products of
all sorts and the tithing house is a
mercantile institution where the
necessaries or life can always be pur-
chased advantageously.
It is notorious that industry, thrift
and teniperance are cardinal virtues of
Mormoniismn. Even the use of tobacco
is preached against most vigorously.
Anid in those doctrines is the seed of
the destructicn of polygamy, which
hias unquestionably lost much of its
forminer hold. The woman of thrifty
disposition sees that in monogamy
the wife has tho e undvided
aid of one man, in building
up the common fortune, and tire
man sees that the ihuisband of one wife
hais but one family to whose suppl)ort
lie mnst contribute. Of course poly-
gamny is still practiced to smine* extent,
l but the proportion of new plural nmar-
riages is sninll, and Prof. Ely thinks it
probalble tin "tias time goes on anid as
at generation of people row up under
thie influences of monogamny the actual
forces-' in the church against plural
marriages will be so strong as in
themselves to prevent their introduc-
This is a safo prediction, for all the
influences arid tendencies of civilized
life aire against polygamy ft an eco-
Iiotji an111 d social systeni. Eveni in
MolinniUiC41dan counItries there is a
strong growing liovemtillt against it
and a notable decrease of the practice.
Tho probability is tlliup it will disap-
pealr in the Mtorlonrli ohrrch of its own
force, aind that thel Ot1' iuziiinit3
Ssouretv or prejudice agiiusa uinslit insti-
, tiitii w.'ill be the di$i.inliflt or ''r iin-

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his beloved State. The people of Ocala mieetincs, at which roads and other right KInO f1spirit.
have promised him he shliall not lack subjects pertinent to the needs of After marriage a couple should love
for funds to make a vigorous campaign, these beet-growing districts are con- each other just as beforehand moreta
S------ sidered. Permanent road-building is thrt they should give each other coin-
Th6oaddress of Hon. Frank Clark at o of the most important matters plients. Don' letadaypasswithout
thle thirtetenth annual conmoencemCent commonly discussed." i saying something nice to your wife.
exercises of the Jasper Normal and Reports from all sections indicate I Thle "Mother's Birthday Club of (Qer-
Commercial College, was one of the that the question of road improve- 1 oan" has just been formed in Berlit.
ablest and most eloquent addresses inent is one of the most popular sub- Its object i to prevent race suidl
Studentn i.g oanee ofm eher m osth pbirhlor t
ever delivered to a body of students 3ects of discussion in farmers' mleet- I and each member on the birth of a
ii the State of Florida. He closed his ings of all kinds, and State anid. hildwilnation-l receive from $200 to $
remarks with the following peroration: al aid are bein There s an trance fee of $5and a
al ad a e be ig generally endorsed.d q at e s b crp io f 1
"Florida, the purest gem in the jew- The farmers arc beginning to see that quarterly subscriptionof $1.
eeld crown of Statehood !-thou peer- they have iiot received their share of There are three women station
les star in the firinamentofsovereign- attention from the national govern-I agents i 11ndana, all of them sole
lll tho rotldI teletgraphi op erators, freighit and -
Sty --may you go on in tho proud nent, and to demniand substantial rec-' tl ph operators, freight and
niarelh of civilization, educating, prow ogition in th way.of Federal aid and I age nts aid baggage masters at
Selecting and blessiarg thy children u- co-operation in the improvement oa" tlit Own "stf"lil.
F Li that great day whlen all thtW nations te rural highways. o! okel, pains green and fresh look-
Sand all the, peoplesa of the earLh shall .._: ._... i,.g and remove the dusty and faded
Stand before the great Jutdge '!" Mr, Accordinig to anx Ocala dispatch to,1 pearance otf the leaves, wipe each
thf',- separately with a cloth dipped it
Clark took his sow k,".mid h gr.. the Jacksonville Metropolis, General separately with a cloth dpped i
' ovation ever paid a speaker on a shin- cc,1, k. Thiswilatonc-giveback thtir
lii otli Pfii I anionobert Bullock has announced him'- 1 1;k. This will at, onc""gi"e back".
I la r occasion In Hamilton county, fac- .ii rural gloss and fresh green appear-
ulty,1guestt and students vicnlug With self as a candidate for the Democratic
eacti other ini their efforts to outdo the nomination for governor at the pri- all te'.
. other in pztyinlg him tribute. mary election in 1904. General Bul- What menlikein wives depends upon
-- -- Zsa .n nF *- f I... LI.fl l......., '. nAft ..& 1 what they want them for- whether for

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The expulsion of ftolrmons from the
Germnan 'Star's naturally awakeai, some
\%uUIosity, as tihe coiiionioi objuctiulti to
their religion i's the doctrineof polyg-
a&my, antid it ia generally admiItted tlat
tih4~yjnnetr preach nor practice this
it, lo'iropean countries, especially in
theiyrniissionary work. The probable
cause of the German aversion to Mor-
Inolnism is its texclusive character,
The Mormon church is a Close corpora-
-tion, and its'imemibers, while loyal to
each other, recognize no obligatioiis to
outsiders. lIn an article inthe current
number of Harper'sl Monithly Prof.
Ric.hard T. Ely, who has been making
a I practical investigation of 3lorinon-
ism, says:
So far as I ,ani judge from wliat I
have seen the orgalizatioi n of thite 3or-
imois is the most nearly perfect piece.
oI .oeial nieehaisin with wliith I have-
I ever ii any way coime iin contact, ex-
cepting alone the German arminy. The
Mormons, indeed, speak of their whole
social orgatiniiztion as uin army, the re-
serve bjing those at home, and the
fighting ruforce being thlie iiiioinuriet, in
the field. We have faith, authority,
obedience, operating through this mar-
velous social niechanitun4i and touching
life at all points, inasinmuchi as the
Mormon creed recognizes no inter-
est as external to the church, and re-
gards church:and state as actually one.
This is t irue. and the cohesive force

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St '*" : .V -, ... '-,. -.... I .- : .. '.. i,- r, 4" F R*. ;OO, ..AD S r, ,* O .. ..-"-. '.. .f;. S,1:, 1. 6 *
The Ie a eo Iee 0 i, ,, i.. ... Publ , e i- O be ly
C. .10' M*d
x ,., ..
The'Seateozrnltte~~oo w~s Pentfnet i
-4 ', 4._'T IlThe program thut.. ltg made by uic ou neoub Icomposed 0! 8vnatorA MctVt$4,.:Peiatonstot the
'ScottNeal, F.- a tker an. d .irk da.r the gool road'9e A- ]indicated. in of oaerng frthem
ing the closing. dayls of the sessito .. t.h, so o etebl t s by andng them to the house,
,, o {enilO~i Aavot-ot" rbod ,. #imdr-vA .' ,
made an exhaustive report upon the cn.ndt_ ti favor of road -ov ae nd the day is:no$so far distj i theh
entire suJeot public printin.-W, Ith het. T'h.factw of *e, opinion of may elos. e ohbEt*s. when
recomirneindatious Which, if carried out Pub8liaaSae, on t.flin Oi.otie ntIonslpernmelt .wilp.nIon
aecor4fng to their spItrIt and purpose, aia, i ...kl .dovt.. stn age poor the sam fl sDl4eIti are
promiseto clear the way for a com-roads plank in e.s the force and now pensioned. ,
plete revolution In the method of con- Popularitywh th moment h I this eouneciQ. HEn. 1yrrettl
dueting this Impor t and costly 4e- awcud h te N h i s t Iale has an '. Inte resting arwle
partment of the at frgoverseit. ",e dhastandh.a.m b.een... tae June Oosmopolitan' ir whieh he |
Among;the reeommiendationso 6th by' Ohto ftpublicans sincere birth .of "Let us w.cobsler for a io |
committee are several which 'Should eparty.- .. the advantages whichthe. tLate 6j
ur. Uhlt. F, hltlayor, spece gn ..,
insure abetter class of worlkunderthe' Mr. Ch. F. Shayloy, special agent organization, would receive froe!
contract system-which must obtain o the cement for the invest iga- a ste As matters stand, the`a |
~~~tion of the sugar industry, ,Who has ,.i -.
until superseded by a better method- Lo or, t gar industrywho h agers of asylums,. whether forh
traveled though nearly all the NorLh"
whereby bidders will be miuch better raed g poor, or pethapp for thebind, or"Ih
informed, an-. contractors more trict- Western States in the pros- insane, or other Invalids,are alwIy
ly governed, than atopreteant marnd un-s cuLon of his work, recently expressed at their wit's ends to know what the.
tho resutlls of hits observations as fl
der which any kind O "fudging" or e o his observations fol shall do with the aged peopl.a whe as*
dfr w a ki "fdig o f Ulows: cw "h T a m shoo:t
unfair advantager-of either the State in, >. crowded upon -hem. The aImthot4*eri'
il b-e a,-. "'ro'babty no o-ther subject of inter- ..,-fild h h-'.,
or the respective bidder-will be al- "Probably no other ubect of of towns and counties arefiled in hlie
most impossible. est to the rural population is receiving s
most irnnatione.same way.,
,,,._. : : hfore attention throughout the nation ,. ---. ;'"
The most important recommenda- ore aton throughout Now, all these old people are betlr
than that of road-improvement. One of t hm of o.'.
tions however, whlch the report con- .. pro.em... .ter eared for in the homes of.' i,
howeveron whicn the repo. n the fundamental needs of society is a n v t.-
ta'ins, -isone.whieh' may resuIt. in. an, ia ....[eighbo'rs, or old friends, very poM1.,1..:'.,
a in c y l a ieans Uf conimunication. The exper-,
entire change of system. It is that __ bly of sons, or of daughters, who wooldA<
imenwt .stations of the country are now .
the Board of State Institutions shall receive them and take charge of them
investigate andi report at the next engaged in experimental work and humanely if they could receive a lit-
sesion upon the expediency and prac- tual demonstration with a view to tie ready money for tle extra ex-
.... p r stimulating the public mind and pro-
ticabillty of establishing a State print- .. Ati th et an -eap- is penses. As society organizes itself, a
lnotinR the best andi cheapest systems
ing bureau, in which all of the public very ittle oney goes a great way
printing eball be done, under suit- of good .road-building with local theaverage household of an Amer-
inaterial, State Legislatures are en-nu
able regulations and strict official su e, e .ican. The moment it appears that a
abl reulaion an stictoffcia 5UR*eting better laws, and in -some cases
pervision.-Penmacola Press. action eer law ad ase grandfather or a grandmother has
the prinlciple of State aid has been, his good, tha momen
,, /, ,, .^ ., ,, m T, ., ,1 $110 a year to i g od tat om t
Hou. C. M. Brown of Ocala has with- adopted. The Federal government a yea t oh .gd th m en
_. ... .., ., ,_. we shall flnd that the burden thrown
drawn from the race for governor and has established an Office of Public w shall nd tha th buren |
..- upon the St~ateand town in their asy-.
will support General Robert Bullock Road Inquiries in the Department of um i rated by a larger proper-
for the nomination. The main reason Agriculture. Literature has been pre- tin than by the charge made by tho
.' ..tion than: by the- charge made by tlle
assigned by General Bullock for mak- pared and distributed for the educa- the treasury. Thus th
"o .pensions upon the treasury. Thnus the
ing the race is that he feels that his tLon of the people on this subject. ..__ .. .,e__-
State was disgraced by the recent "There is nothing that will work so eo stm aintain r life in honie,
Legislature in virtually repudiating effectually for good roads as necessity, 1g t it ainan le in ty h or
-. ,I and tnai it abateS e necesiny o
the contract of S. I. Wailes with the the mother of invention. When a an t Ia ats .t
great institutions or asl'yums."
State of Florida for services in connec- beet-sugar factory is established farm-
tion with the Indian war claims. The era at once discover the necessity of! I RE T W N
~ ~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ OF .^ wi rb INTEEST' WOME~N.
tieneral was a member of Congress good roads. Agitation begins, public OF -T.
when, Wailes performed a portion of meetings are held, and every public Newsy Items. Which Relate Solely to
th9 work, and his testimony before the highway becomes the object of so-i the Fair Sex.
Senate judiciary committee of the licitous attention. It is founi that Inwhatever yo-do, do itthe best
Legislature left no room for doubt that the farmer requires at least four In whatever you do, do it the best
he believe Wailes was entitled to horses, and must deliver from can te gri or woman who
every dollar he claimed. General But- two and a half to four tons of works in the shop or kitchen is better
lock, like many others, believes that beets per load it he is to accom- prepared for the duties of a wife than
the State Ehould be as honest in deal- plish the best results in the say- the idler.
i,,g with individuals as individuals are ing of time and expense. Neighbors t A few days ago Florence Nightingale
expected to be itn dealing with each talk over road improvement and the entered upon hor eighty third year.
other, and he does 'not mince his words idea becomes infectious. A public Miss Nightingale has long lived in se- .
in referring to thie members of the meeting is called, public roads aredis-i! clusion atud in some suffering, so that
Legislature whom lie holds responsible Cssed, and an organization is effected i tlw world hears litle of her now.
for the Stateinotfpaying what he con- which goes to work for the improve-f the Philadenseia woman whooper-
eiders an honest obligation. He is mint of the roads. Among the inter- td an unlcense4 still in order to
now ripe in years and it grieves him testing features of my work of pro- money to educate m her two' sdoit
sorely to think that he may go to his noting the progress of beet-sugar in- | had a commendable motive no doubt,
grave with this disgrace hanging over dustry, is attendance at these local bU she didn't, go about it with the