The Gainesville sun

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The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun
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Gainesville Fla
H.H. McCreary
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July 2, 1906
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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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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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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Vncle and Auhtt of Atlnta Man
I FMaso Acred.
S IN ATI PARADE Ant May 2.-n u-nlo, a
,- L m ... aunt ot N. Weltmana, of Atlanta,
e of arch Five Miles I mongs the Russian Jews who
W a0h Five Miles the Kishlneff massac
Lingth. April 1t. Witnxan rece.v1t
-terday a letter from hts brc
A F PATU EOF THE REUiNION. Abraham Weitiannn, in which the
-..r. er tells b aout the massacre aund

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Qurd oo"r General .Lovrt ....
rd of ian, GeneralIn., the letter Abraham Weitmatim
Autn i bef Marshal--Fifteen *as thajt Kishineff and the province
The t t ilr e in Line. of Besseraibla, In which it its situated,
isn wild with excitement and tlea'r
N OW IOs, May 2s.--'he lat I am not able to write much," the
':::.A Confederate reunion letter .say, 'because I ams ao exalted
Wi 4 ade held thla after- a'. the massacree occurred only f-ou
noo. "i as. scheduled to..start day ago In 'which our Uncle Tehhe
i.ty ai I, ol'clock from :th ~oter-. (Ilntc) and Aunt Reve (Rebecca)
5t O :'. .Oharles and .anal were murdered,; with over 100' other
1 RussiaM Jews,:'If If wrote too-o tnuch
e :e stI lrio of march was fve about it the government might get
,;.'i ih. b d'as the parade was my letter and I wouldd be tnatrdered.
dtte4 ath'a hot aun a few of :i Was on ]Easter, April 19 that a mob
' ::i!. ttI OId 4 s found the 'way..'a of 200 startedr the masacre. I and
.IOI ,i- great majority, how- my wife hid thiee days In ,a cellar
r il. .ar .. wth.. out food or water, ad.44 iwn we
P.-i i, _t bytened by the bhatlon- W. nt back 'into our house we'ltouind
Il pir'd l0 ic.utltna, General" JI. Bi, rything demoll iii Bedides kill-
att a .' "chb lt marshal. '. ft .li': ver 100 men, women' and. children
1I tsei troops came tho, Memn the barbarians, wvo call themselves
:pN. big:1 ps' at the head'- f the Christina.u, broke tp everything they
1 ii-h ConfederateVeterans. i. fouid i. in the ihous.6 K"lahi.ef l s
e- dortment' of northefr--4AbesQlate. Please, for God's aike, senid
Vt tsj di' 'General q. I. 'alker me enough money for Iy witp and I
owit i ,,I the following 6r- to god, to your great country, .where a
dicrolina, North, -Oarpolina, man can live in, pease and worship
V Virginia and Mary-aznd. God as 'hte hoosess I know.YOu *ill
Th 4 ti t of the army of Ten- reerft to hear that our uncle apd aunt
ae~4 Gr'.eneral S. ID. Lee was were among tie victims. Bat for the
allows : Louisiana, Ten- seller under our house I and my wife
i 4da, Alabama, Miaiseippi would have also been murdered,"
nl ffl ::.* The trans-Misalssippi ,
,led' w-th. Tw aa6s on t.e ..
right line, followed by Indian Winner of VarIous Prtes--Annlston
rtiiAansa and. Oklahoma s Next ,Meeiting Place
Fwest division and Pacflic .Dalton, G.A., IMy 2,.-Th0 l~a t day'q
bo|'a.e'd, the parade. t meeting of the Georgia, Alabaro arid
a,,announced y the offioltal e.'nnessee Volunnteer Ilreme9;'s"'aso-
i pa.rae in' charge that at ciltion closed last night with a grand
people were nla line. Car- ,banquet at the Whitfleld cltb rbtomb.
dining Mrs. 'Stonewall Jack. 'The contests of the various prizes
i Kirby Smith, Mrs. Brax- were won as follows: Hos reel, 100.
i FMrs. Thomas J. $eemmes, yard dash, won ,by Rome; time, 24a1-5
rA. John D. Reagan; were seconds; first prize, $50; second4prize
e and their occupants.,re- $15, Won by Anniston; time, 278-4 swee
attention. onds.
Business of the Confed The Siamese connection test was
Oi was brought to an end won by Anniston; time, 57 3-5 seconTs;
o4d the delegates adjourned first prize, $10; second prize $5, won
'noon. by CarteraVille; time, 659 -5 second;
t rden waa re-elected corn- Rome, 0 4-5.seconds.
lef, and all the depart- The grab test was won by Cartors-
anders, General Lee, Gen- ville; ~tim, 26 3-6 seconds; first prize,
and General Cabell, were $10; second prize, $5; won ,by Rome;
p time chose to fill for time 274-5 seconds; Anniston. 8 4-5
r the offtes they harte seooIds,.
The one-horse wagon race 'as won
eiepctiohs were unanimous, by Dalton; time, 44 36; flrst prize, $50;
'iade by on ehOut of "ayel" Rome, 45 geoon6ad. The two-hborae
WaA 70gora0y wPp won 1w Dalton; time
MADE $70,000 PiOrI T. 48 Tft. *llkt< ."i 8t prize, ~100.
i.The bban.iqu was presided over b'y
tvLlle Mill Big Money by Hon. Sam P. ltddox as toastmaster,
S Closing Down. Anniston was decided upon as the next
ugusta, OGa, May 23.-- rather meeting place.
ue situation h*i .d4'eloped In the -- .
teville Manufacturing oompfay. PRANOHISE TAX LAW WINS.
:' large cotton mill la located 13 .
from Augurta in Oarollni, bu*' Pullman Car Company Makes Return
is executive office here. and Sustalns Law.
sident T. I. Hickman closed a Atlanta; May 23.-The new franchise
for the sale of hl-a stock of cot- tax law oeored a most substantial vic-
-mounting to 3,500 bales and fig- tory yesterday when the return of the
out a profit of $70,000 .by selling IPllman Palace Oar company was re-
aw material and closing down ahs ceived by Comptroller GOeeral Wright
for the sumner, as compared with and promptly accepted.
ting the mill ami r converting the The Pullman comjr ny, by it legal
in Into cloth at present price. authorities, aeknowledges the justice
pe the mill Is cloa6d the opera- "of the Georgia law, complied fIully with
Swill continue on the pay .roll at Its split, and makes wl ht is conald.
pay. President Hickman *will ered -by the comptioltr general a
o utilile the closing down of the most equitable franchise return.
i1 to make some Important improve. The company has no Georgla char.
ients and additions to machinery. t-r, has no franchises that can be
"... considerr -cmlh, enjoys o privlleges
.afie UWder False Colors. so tea- a (l eo rgia concer ed- tt
<'ak, M Zar .-A negro' valet are nt enjoyed by "natural" penirnu.
ed A. L.: 4In, a l service ft an And' yet the ofileas of the eoSSi
tap'fmly, wa Sallowed a vawa recognize that a certtaitangSlte a-
time or : to to io e ataches to I:t: tap1:Ie p rey.
t toee h faily, .accor4 and givs in-o the ..itate of Geori
t ,.AAtwrp- :dspatch- to The her proper, po ;on., based on mileage
O 'hls return afroma ew Isatt +year the .Ptiullxna retd rn fr'
thI a l hiMmself to be booked talngble Pro.ite rPt'la $08,f18 Thi l
the teamer Kroonland's Ilit as. year the rettun for ltablire property
ed ates os 1 At to xatly the tame mo t: her
wa thea placed' at the ead of th. :op-apny ss $(l tl:.074 for t. a
Y: s paid hin bat he personrelj P oclamation to Prst.ot Neri
oa Mepisblp, Be r: tt( r., May -A
2?^ete? departure of **A. frotm Ballinger, Tex-. whew. A ott
t erp, t e *. O t.o I:W:, sayat # the a o t a e
aTse : ot ank PrOP.A.U Ia o
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k- ,'I1tI .G M I RLT New York, May 23.- Trailing along
S.......... behiltd a navy yard tug, the president's
-1 g Pavft Wnrroi ]j~b ; yacht, Mayflower, ,ammod a battle- .
Passengers ave arrowEs a cruiser, a coa l bargand Interview With Ambassador
cape From Death. ferryboat, on her way into the navy
*. l yard yesterday.
ALL RENDERED UNCONSCIOUS. The last collision might ihave been DIPLOMAT TAlK OF ORIENT.
Serious. There were half hundredMA O ORIENT.
Cloudbursts and ElectrIo Storms Visat apprentlce lad14 on the ferryboat and a He $Sys That Russia Ha; No Desire to
Ohio Valy Maaen vialtors, among whom wer v ov-
Ohio Valiey--Many Mousee and, eral women. See Manchurlan, Portse Closed to the
arrn 8truok-Teliegraph, Telephone Fortunately, the ferryboat had just United States or to Have Her Con.
and Trolley Pole D wn. reached her docl on the mainland side, eus. excluded
and although everybody saw the May- E u .
ClaclnnAt, y ..--.Reports today flower and the coal barge of which Lon dton, May a3-2 AbwbasMador Mc
show that .muh damage'wl done last she had made a football, crashing to- Cormick is here for Atw days on hls
nightina different .at f the Ohio vai, ,r d themt: thn apprentices preserved way from St. Petearbu ta::sm ltca
ley by d4b'4 iand Ig.htinb, pbrfrct d!slipline and held back t o lie t lu on tho e t(Uat,
No livN. were lost aN'd6 ooody was allow the w men and the other visit- W4lhelm Wednledayd: i: t With :
seriously injured, but many people ore to mak~:a landing, before the wife and Miss Pattt'rsn i
were shocked by ittitiulg that struck Smash. The St'.Jmest latte today Ptlntii
houses.mirbatl and tleia |h poles. The Mayflowor had been at Whitt- an Interview., wlith rtmeki
The interurban 01etrlc0 'lines are stoAe, and) the .'Markeetsa and- the Whih he lI qotqt se ):
still badly dia bled.. A car on the Powhattan, the two navy yai- tugs. "One of n las otfeta a.b l
Mls Oreek Valley ifnq Was stf'uck by were sent after het. She was.t'o be lea ,ng at : e6t ritbg to r'
Mghtntag and set on fie at Carthage prepared for the atimmi ttl)eaen 'I roato thf XLit g S
Sadf the pa)Mengors, rrowly escapdlj Wlhei the turboate and the yacht a.- policy toward Mnolal a i. i. .: :
death, all b~ingunoonaious for a thort rived at the entrance to the navy yard surod that Rtiia*i had no s
ta~me Another ca wwa 0 sen for thelr it was seen that there twat nt room the Mau-lan .port.s ,:latiod -*
lai. Much dmmagea as done at for the three to go in r reast. The United tat or to hav uI
Delhi, Hbo City and : berlank. a big earsarge lay alozigside thMen excl-uded, LTbo lirslau '6;o:I'nti
telegraph, 'telephone and trolley pblea trance on the mainland, Cob dock side, was emlhatic n decrtla string at ti
oft down. and the Brooklyn n the other 8ioU. ore with Amei'a itn e opent do'ai: ,
"oE The pilot'in command of the Pow- 'policy inOhliIandt w hat aplleo at th
MONSTER TESTIMO NIAL. hattan cast off h lashnlus and Wet Tilted iStatL a mixt apply .to v.or;
e .... ohed w'ith a hawaiM from thme May, other power. Your, government. a: : lo i
Awangedd In Behalf of itmlly ofr "Biff" lower's bow. The Marketts Itketld.k roceived-; alz4 accepted .liar ,,",
Hall. out astern. anc es, I know that dM WAtte:a
Ohicago, May 33.--Priends of the When the hawser tautened and the flrm advocate of tho :pen door a :
late Wlliam IL Hall. known to nearly Mayflower 'began to forgo ahead,, lt b- have very reason to beliv t~& t 'It
snyry one.l in Ccagie a. "Blff" Hall, *ame evident that shta had too much- a l is Quito Snere in the ttr.
are arranging g a nte testimonial timpetua. She came on at a. poA imnt' out that 'iis to hei
ii behalf ot ls fCamitl.' 0eter than that of the Powlhtta.n eft to iUDport thntPolt1lo:. t iii! thkni.
OQ Moaay June 1, the Olympic Id struck the Kearsairag a glanlng that isi e Ce.
thfater la to be turned over to the blow. '"You dSnot nonstr et! th ai tk t h#
pfsseaslonas layg hr and they ex- That sent her off, and she swung situation In thi ae.r Wt e IsI';.
olt tOgIVe themoat ulque countuu. over to lthe Brooklyn, the Powm4attan ,way :eriou on c count .o{ ,
ou. peo rmarn c ever ein n a the: making futle efforts to hold her, Bhe policy in. Machuria,?" t.ueri.dl th:~^ "
aterf. The entertalnmept is to be- hit the Brooklyn a nmfrt tap, and ade m owter. n t" .:i ,: :
ist 12:O p, im., and la4 t until 10:30 :w on tor tl coal barge. nder the .."Ido o.Mr McCormtlok replied,
1i Ac AIteitheti kt wlt bone prite, blow the lashings' of teibarge prted, cn se o nothing preCnr t wich" ,
h each, adrttdg to any rt of th id the yacht buffeteal iher down the need alarm the Utnited States or any
:oue, George Ade has 'been maddb channel until they both landed up other country." *
secretary .and :trsbawurer Of the fund. againhat th little Iterryboat., M U, McCormick added that tho rela-
It appears that Judge Half had not Total damage is light, tion w tWeero thoile Unite4d Btate, anld
been fortunate in hsl investments, iad .- uih:ita atw. the pretnt ;moent were
l uea writer d mir cH writ as at a "IUo you :think th united States
A~at what little he left is badly en. TRAGEDY AT SOUTH PITTSBUG ms. ta fctrieindly character .
a Writer, dramatic critic and atter-1n. Ex-Attorne r Oaeneral Donaldson Shoots will view *Mr. OCmbatrlIn's policy in
ine spekerr, and it's .sat' thatt no man and Klls Thomas Choate. regard tb p4totetlonri Witli disfavor?"
in Ameriea had al i1e' r e aqualn'tance Nashville, 'Penn,,May 23,-A special ,was :the raportlr-' neXt: "stton,
l a the theatric al Drofessiod, .ou
to the theatrical pofesalo, from South PlttsBl g to The anner "I do aot see why ltIhtbuld," anh
BONUS OR EM PL.o amys that Captain W. Donaldson aWored r, Mer, orM Ok,' We have
BONUS FOR. shot and killed Thoma as h,( who set you the exAtiplei .The ggrestion
D in M B came to the houso of John Graham in tht you gie *prefere4tiai treatment
Decasion Made By Remington Type. an Intoxicated condition and began tp to the colon ti Isyo own aalEr.
ig a writer Company.n uso violent atnd obscene language. Canada may one ay- Ablet (o gul
Utic a, N. Y., Ma 23.-liheb oRemtng. Oaptain Donaldson and Graham triod you all the wheat Yt. wiant, -uit aot
ton Typerditer comditany of hn 11 has to quiet Choate, who becdmo enraged for some time, In th'6 Un.lte tatea,
announced ito dcuteenls togivbe all em- a"t pieking-up a acantling made. foe too, we are. a growing n tlon ad we.
ptoye who hoav boen ca nnecteol with the two then and drove them Into the are consuming moro of l Ur own prod" :
the company o or a period o: te00 n years house. Donaldson mIade a second .in- tiets. I believe the t~leit., Sta t
b n ins s of $100 year, to effective attesMlt to sU'bdue OChoato, will not always endd their raw ma'
be paid in Isstalhlnonts of $0 every, who continued to advance, whereupon tanral In ottfo to. tigland, but offer
six months, on Juno 1 and'at Christ, Doniadson retreated into the ho1u e you the finisheed. .art,1icle,"
"-a, tie -. and' procuring a revolver fired thred e '---- .
Thi appie to all men who hare al tlmel at his would-be assailant. Rvey WOULD B0Y0OTT i TH JAP o.
vice ad to othr a ast as they ha almost instantlyy Korean Governor B.ld Te Have Ated
r he plan is evh tc b Captaht DonaLsticn s ex-sattoNra y ndr 'Prenh Influoe,. .
The plan s reoa bythe com general f this dlstri.t .and retired Tbklo; May 6, Na San 1nrancto,
pany at 'Its will, aly n In C case of from ofice last year,' : May 2.-tbrepondence O" their Alo.
menttful and i duay t i onditional upon -R T B ited Press.-Tl Kortans governor ot
i At the present time 217 men Tae -- 0 Quelpart reconStly Issved a proolmu.
faithful nd goodl w.orlh. HE Ir R TeO Potion 'boyarttndg' JaZrase resAddeat
qttfaliflo e to reCeve thn bonusl re Fortune Awalt, Boy Who Ago as ort entitled to rekaki on the :l
-B-InO -- SUIT B i Left Honte d.t that anyKor.a tt.64
...B Kansas City. My 2. Wale L. and deiaJerig that any Korean ttid'
BIr SU. I -- C liapman, whoseB wereaboutst's t-it lua dodi
C a. 8. oBron Sies Texa and Pa known, hr 'tAV Dar than $50o 01 Tlh JADanese consul at Mokpq wa*
Texcrka. r T $4900,000 -' b unr the W St ...rotated o.. ti reinfrTed by little and 'a Japaescse
.Te rka o a e May --nr In the.- father, Dr. Andre w ,. h: rpan, a warship went over and Is srald to have
f federal ou Charles 3.. cnno t ha s grandsonn of t 1. poet ginc';o A Ce'zna arranged ast terms ~tlisrct)riiy. The
broua 'ut l ganst the Teas and l. eror I 'sai to have acte der '
_Paol ra l ad fi 14,. ,0,I00 alleged Walter Chapman ran away from his j,'rse In'ene. 't;e due op-..abond i.sue'"mlde y: .ome 35 years ago o.eunt aco a co'unt nroa I"riot trouble i o:e
YeaFrs ago by the. Memphits:, m. Pao ischoorlbo fliht : ar,- Is now i) ys ; c..a.+ .- ster'+.', a "'ul .. .tiw'er'ct:t" n con-
id P:aisi, Ra4irad com ny, a:nd l. Noting has b0en beard froim tact hel by the I'a n'tat o thIe Ya'i
W1ticr waj Later asborbedl by or becoe I bini for 15 years. Ir, on the borders of e TD l4
apa1 o the 'exas anll Pacific This The mlieing ela is a grand noepe ha formed a pretext for itussia in
s he nfrit O U L tildedoin th eder of Asainle icIboll, foiJunbdr of i mporting troops iominaijy to protect
ctourt on3 the TexsBIC aide of ?ezuhan, the Obtistisn church. h woarkmen. Jarpaz has ciaiwrcd: a

JuAtor Order of. Mehamll "UPi P rlna n udml'aUr 0ncesn: nou otiatlons are
Prom Prison to Parlijanento p as4inr..
:a Franclso, May 23;n tinaln DubWn, May f..-3,-Dennis Klrt.. p e,
Order : Mechaales in annuila aa ~oaer tly ational bldted omcers tody for n mat for Nort GIlwia and Who wat P~rl, May 23.-Great tBrtafln. I.
or y S s foWlli:NatI co roeit rotes6a from prisn, wr thoUgh witllng to accept payment of f
tr L Coper,of e ha e had' ben wnt for itncting the ilr t rir indemnity on a silver balA fiat
os Vie cotncelor W. s er of al r Major. Ooneral fire y d SIn gRo. t hereaofter',.
l. trf; MM& I hm tb oW .wl o, l anr ,me, o ia.
b Carolina national trsir, M~ats, has 'bei elet iMtrhtt po leaving tihe Oquestion open Whothe'
an 0pon a. sltuo as tember* r t (0* China shai- ultimately pay the differ .
te, Martin Wooda^i stt iusth mKilar ih e awo ak *o yt nade Aefnit4 p:po-
Statitooal uade letipsi QAp v J. flla (Natoait wI o rfr aRs to CTMIa.g OGet Brite.ii .e f*
ats DirS a :atia1 p ainsred )Y ', l Te o t' alt the oe Ioaro f B 1. Dfortdte f h 4 x D iehid hi thidt. ) to* 1110u1W

Public hed Twice a Week- nday nd Thursday

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O Nroncitis W" o,1'L ' O.18fl I etteO

ii f ft keptAOr' 5t Cilltfy ndabl r to the by n General b the us of Kodo r idT
Ri g get tif GTWnds rn. e s. a It is th bei t a r o bly rot the presbytery tseently Their trobles early d
Etb world for cugs oldSdhere. es'. Mclley, rmer .ou o dor t stah
I:. WA WEL O N H.R.-.. J. C. Williams, A a, N. astori here, is also a i presentalive. if the fod you eat false to strength

oraes e at ..ter Crekbt froUeit, eting him $1 p)er peck. rPs- of thU food Into. blood. ,'hat is
l1at Otter reekt .troubles begnfwith ". 3 .odb r bedded otne hun- ntdIgestle T. h syste Is dertd at the
teMovs d His Famuy to This City, tickling ir th t ht Ft. dri~ bualelsof sweetpotatoesand he as trnihof no. sa hent reiald tkoep aP
Whli He Was Employed Eleswhere. YOu can Stop this at first already shipped hundreds of dollars more of tieadeii organs gruually gros
i item rom the pa n a ight ith worth of sprouts or draws to various wak ad thn weakr, til a ly It s
She foti~llowg iem frot lt? Tampa Il a dingg rigilt WiKth 1 State.. dlwesaad. Hers a treat utistalte is mnad-
or..;"That of. trying the .orgam e
d of the th inst. will rove of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. eeler of Jacksonville t doctors In ath a ae hs ry
fa uh Mr. Ucn and Use it y rr br wth bOnchit is,
vislt~d her parents, Mr. and Mrs. DL. mistake. Why should they ? lt 15s easy
his ftmily were for several unonths COnFDl tifl, hard colds, Brnisg,. the past week. to see that the trouble is not tere.
Sh. ,.,,o -,hee~t~i~ed fare Vegetablel are abundant and ohea .
aErl ondcted a ntda.l sor fr ~c gh cf alkinds Th qartarl coaneren h K o d o l o
,,,,,. st ,Td.- r-, are row. uti, Andatests- Methodist church was held Saturday
,:(::. .... at.'OEer kIXCriek, aftyerwards dis-o ""el. a
i ,' Poinof is usinessxd acting as .. andSgnday. Rev. M. H. Outland.
ins.gof Sherusinesas aad aeleng aI".. ....

,a:, "tL O .. ~r. ,or.i he as it. pastor, and Rev. W. F. Norton of r
ao n A ir to S al e Fal ou~ i a White Springs representing the pre-
with hi family to Lina. whe re his c e siding elder., The sermons of both This famous remedy puts the stomach sat

bioah: ... L.Deen 'eggt it t-w ere mouh enjoyed. digestive orgamn nl a healthy conditIon so
... Re Fison held services at te the tvs reo bd ood s tnt ourng through
Dee one osf the largest tur- TE IMPROVEMENT CONTINUE. Episopl church morning and after- andfbeo throughout evey organ of the en-
I nnoon, and his sermons were highly te body, andby Nature's law of health,tfull
pease operators of i is section, as C abstract and Realty Company Will spoken f. tstrengthandvrigr tson restoredto each.
i,: t e of taking an oreroie of Erect Eight bttages Near Depot. M/rs Florida Geiger is having an' ad- Kodol cures on, dyspep s and all
,,*: *L,.... bj at p ;t Piie 'r !.tnighz, died I stomach disorder.
: in 1 g aortly after 6 o'clock Th Abstract and Realty Company, ditioy built onto her residence by con- I have taken Kodol or nearly two months
d thing iM thhpresene whii E. oVoyle isr manager, i trator Frank Jolley. after ackss~ d and it Is the only rmedy
hi f ily at is himae near ioi. doing its share in the matter of ian. The running gear of a cab broke a fro mt tl psn I
.I pro the ctyw andm itheareasin teasdown uta t as the train tasinto the endue d. aftera atab.Iwl take it buttb
% rewa ins wl be shipped by uea nder- ig the it andine ing the down st s the train ran. into the once a day,. and now, while i keep a bottle
ta k Reed to Basey, ia., from whiC n uber of enablee ouseA. Yards, which, if B It h ad occurred under handy I seldom c seed It, as it has cured me.
plac deease came seMeral mnthsa ''"The demand. for moderate priced high speed, would have used serious Mas. J. W. Coo ld.saue, Mllo Consor, N. Y.
c I era eet, m ottagesh a aeo great frthe past trouble. A fortunate or providential Kodol Digats Whlat Yoe a t
we e for ldt$ent. "ft b e taat bue have found nm- aOtn cqerr ee.:- j i .
$I4, Deea's death is abrotaded in con- *" thepths at h a moe Sahser St s Oam M mtas
,si~,r.ale mystery. it.ot being know th savme, remiked t Mr-. T, M. King of windsor visited .. o. -l, lr o e
ndamwithi- e, ( t e d ded- ti the King family here for a few da. BOD D e
al intet oraeidenally as he w te t which to at latS par- The Wester saw and grist.n ill is do- BOIFORD OLU.

ilfae to ipeaR when l f a.und t.a orn- i ti stuedy tthq situation was to build inggood service for our town and come- -- _.- -
g st lght : e we: in k, tfe best of .. A Lssn for Voters in Fhnance.
spitris, d4 retired. as usel-so ,et. "he old stmct building known as ithe A little one came .to the home of Mr. Editor Sun: The argument is home-
is ow h r opety on uth ersi ra Kirb Newberry last week times heard that the abolishment of
d hen ea deaths oor, see near e eaboa Air Li i to gladden their hearts te alon wll rin he business in-
ShaTingt thh d being torn away, and Mr. Voyle will at Mr. Van Tassel has eome from en- te saoon
it bseoe d purchased a cttage near 'terests of ie county, Of course there

:'w his family and friends O n jmat aubtanttialottaes. Mrs Blarsianche Stckand's, and he and ir really nothing in it, but it is being
stoer ".re wife are ,welcomnedto our town.. used to fair advantage with some peon-
ae whattever toraucid ,a sIt A Farmner Straightened Out. Jenkins, colored, is hay- pie. Let us look at the matter as 'hon-
St d g the ightwheh an iing on a ar near here ing a creditable monument made by est and fair-mindede men. There are
ian him o take the drugto reliever came in a short tnme 'ago completely iMr. Schafer of Gainesvillein mnemgry ten saloons in the county, each one
Piat. Hie leaves wife and several doubled up with rheumatism. I hand- of her late husband, Rev. James Jen- .paying $1,000 license, making a total
bi, El ,".en. t ed khi `t bottle ofl Chamberlai's: PAii kins, who was killed, by an .engine at of $10,000. But, re ember that one--
A AD QEATH.Bal. and told .him to use it freely and Rocehlle two ears ago. half ofdthis iptCy ;issent out of t.he-
:: ,'.:.,, ... if. n ot satieted aft'' r t s'aing it. he need 'county into the. State treasury. One-
S Miss Carrie Whidden Passe Away at nrt pay a ten iles r. P Ray-R AARMED half of the'remainder, or $2,)3 of ,each
Her Home in cCila,a, days later lhe walktl, ii the store as By a Persistent Coull h, but Perma- $1,000 is paid into the count treasury,
;" .TelegraphWi InforIhMateon reafted straight as a string and handedd me a. nentty Cured by Chamberlain's leaving $250 of each license to remain
: his city hursday of the d eat.h of dollar, saying, 'give ni, eaot her bottleI Cough Remedy. in the city or town where the saloon is
of Ciamnberitain 'is Pain :lalun. I want loced So that for' each saloon,
S iss Carriea the. joenget daughter it ithe house all the tim-, for it cured H. P. urbg a student t law
r and Mt. E. i1 Whidden, which me.' 'For sale by all druggists ard in Greenville, S. C., had been troubltd the city or town paya oilt $7e1 in order
sad event trd at the home of her medicine companies. for four or five years with a con;tinn- to get the sumnof 0 back. Is that
parents i in O(lila', Ga., Thursday mort-- -ouse cough which hbe says, "greatly good business practice?
ag at 'o'ok. Picnic at Jnnings Lke. alarmed a n e to fear that I Look at the question fr another
This young lt4dy was well' known in i Te good people of the Jenniigs was in th first stage of consumption." s tand~uint. There are four ealoons in
thiitywher she resided with her Lake setion are preparing for a grand Mr. Burbage, having seen Chamber-ille. They make a car proft

pauten matly ears. She was po peinpicnic ath d basket dinner, which it is lain's Cough Renfdy advertised, conl-
ee ofmel. aino't amlabie, affectionatee proposed to hol4 at that place next. eluded to try it. Now read what he
'dlpositiou, sand hr nuntiemros friend Saturdiay, the )th inst..; and to which says of it: "I soon felt a remarkable
t'.ilf reize ie infbruiation.with much tihe public generally is ih,-ited, Ichange aid after using two bottles of
i s. The Progratmn aid other 'features the twentletiveent sie, as perms-
neatly euted." Sod by all druggiss
t the bezWraved famiily The Sunt which will go t,make the occasion a iand mdicineeompanies.
with-.ier friends, extends sicee grand success are now bei ng made by :
.msm ... Willis Co!lson and others, which is an Town of Frank in Da .
The Wastes of the Body. assurance that everything will pass off Victor Th 1U C.. Mtay s .-A spelta!
Evsesevn tays othe bload,. muscle niCely.l Rev. W. J. Carpenter sd to The Cartoonist from Pran'k, says
and bone of a masi of average si t ptiherspeakers have been invited, and a f trt wide ad -3,000 feet long
. wo. pouainds of wornout tissr0e. will deliver addresses on the prohibi- has openedia couple of hundred yards,
aste an.ot be rplenishean tinquestinback from he faceof the western peak
ta tb e ie odf Tu-tle I 0lntain at the summit. A
t he health ud.satrength kept. tp ith- Little y Riser j ha bn rtei a Fan
out prfet digeatton. When 'theAl Little early Riser i has eAt F
$tomwoh and- dfiteive orgit faNl t o Nw and then1 at edie will Cur foir temiidennt ovrnor of the
perforsilttheir funetiops,t the *trength ciontipation, hiliousness and liver terrlty oretierlng thoe mounted Ipl ce
ets down, health givrts way, a11td eis- troubles. 1)e.Witt's Little Early t ormeverybody of the impenrtog
ease sets up. Kiodel Dyspep'sia rH rr f danger,
enables the stomach and digestive or sers at famous little pills that
gaisna to digest and assimilate all ofthi cure by arousing the secretions, mnovI- Sp Ailments.
wholesouie food that Amay be eatel itg the bowels gently t f Therf isel aing an tiret feeling;
Into the kind pt blood that rebihil(i the .aid.givinig such tone and stlrengi htl t tissues ad protests the health ard the glands t t ahu stomach and liver the li ler, .bowelsand kidneys become
strength of tlhetinnd and bhdy. Ko- that thecause of tt Ihe trouble is re- sluggish and inactive, thle digestion
dol ures i:ndfestion, dy pepsia and uIove eti y, al ift their ise implied little or no appetite, no
all tomavt troubles. 4. is all ideal, t iav V- iho",. will be no
airing tonic. $old by Btodiford. k M- .rert of te complaint. d b ambition for anything, and ;- feeling
.Collu..t. .odiford ) Ie llu. ..tht.h, whole body znd mind nee:is
Hi d..Was oo ..C ..tatosCourt.ning lup The t-'eible is, that dut r
His Record Was Good. tg wi~it'er. there has been an ateumu-
As city tax collector I Ellis has ill Jlxatie Ciman's conrt Thu rsda, laiton'it waste m iler in the systeil.
ltade a record of which any.i otfltiail F'. Thou 'ully u a white man who is Herbine will remove it, secure to the
should well feel proud., Aldvrman;i etmnllyed.'itaklgTa ax hiundles, was ar- s imti, os a right exit, and by its tonic
B me, hiran Of the fliNua e rotn. r:iigned uponi a ttrii of aggravated efft.., fully restore the wasted tissues
S" ofthCousi., ye~ t-j, assault,,, the e harg bnbnd agive .st rugth in placetI we akness,
i the checking of i(htorEllisA J B. Shetlld \ho tt t h th1t kc) .,
t. .: hi- ftr ya, and tliAt 1his- so was llldt iv tttesl tlhe. hard. Allan Haile's Misfortune.
b .tey t ratr tahr'lsd ir- t ond "' a strtho i tIt vr The residence owned by H, 1. Her-
;: .sione of the finest avaount.- his head. erso anduete by Mr. atd 4rs
anif .t "th .State, took occasioli to After hearing the i .videiee in th Allat lilete A%,ire Oak was cotr-
.o oa latuat R.llis E i nofouly on the ase the det endaut wa. rluirted to pIltelty burede t tohe ground Wedesnte-
corretness bo .but t.he neat-. give 'od ii the S f ay night. and Mr ladle sustai ned .a
,ne of osat, 'appearantr at the x%\t term ,of t, sthe rin loss hii huis fisturnrN by break
OiCt ri Fil. t ourtit which was 'A ptly f r- a' nd q onaniption by fiitr is
M Q,. oWharn ,o ctdrA Fail. and the da. friendAsin this ciity will symIupahize
...... Oi'ion Pattrson,~ L.'ith h in thi loss-,which psIbly
write. June 8te h l 1:.: "I had majari Fo Those Who Liv: on Farams. U tamontned to nos a .great: deal finan-
ee i vrly i .t*rn, wass under Dr. Bergtii Patut, til t rits ially,.btat .he destruction of alsvra
b, sbut as oon as ,have used sl arlalr.s S,,w i,',ti,, ariIs rla uei as relies. .,
tIng t SS l IFiUai SliQt' fet r *1 15 i't)k tit .i. tO mituy irrYds, as '-''
St:a:rs ittl a b,:.efr :Fr nam c itxet the r, i it to t Fr Sixty Y,.d
uThd it me. Tht, I diadtlydr b brns.%l" Those who IMrts. Winskr' thi r h
pley a l "s-i "fon m. aIe espeQC ily thSrto been a by a uphle htn.A
140 UI reft ~bun IiI~ a~thin*as
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of aboat $IO,1w0 each. or I4..,vA for all
four of them, each year. Tu.e records
show that their barroom property
amounts to $64,00. Do you know of
any other. business which upon an in-
vestment of$'5,2(0) you can make a net
profit of $4),t~X per year? Just think
of such an abnormal 'result. Who pays
this H$4,t"X? The average man helps
some, the rich a very little, buIt the
poor. man pays the great bulk of it.
Now, let me ask a sensible question:
If this enormous amount of money did
notgo gq'4nto the saloon-s would not it go
intothe, hands of otheA merchants?
Every merchant 'or business main who
votes wet, votes against his own busi-
nes.s Of course hose who pay this
large amount of :, money for drink,
Would, if the salkons were closed, pay
it 'for clothes, groceries, hardware,
books, dress goods, and all the needful
i a'd usa.ful things whkhb people need.
There is not a merchanbi in this town
that is :naki'ng a profit. of $10i.0j, per
year; yet. one of our saloons has made
a net profl. of $12.mt0 On an invest-
ment of a little over .$l."t:' I it not
a lrb.0II ti1me thaI those W,1;tos busiU,--,u
benefit society -srhould' h'e an oppor-
tunit to make~ one good profits?
What I.11 t'aines' llet to show for t is
$ nhIetrprotgits? '11cr people* have.
nothing to shc w for ,i. The men .whlo
paid o' hardI '.ch have .nothing
b~tt a tnemolry thas is nuot pleasant.
The money has not be-en spemt to
inpr ,re sairaItVill'e What has be-
come, iof it' LeAt any man answer these
facts i.f he n .E-ery la'orera nmer-
chans t xro. iProfessional man is made
'Ixorer b- Li37thte ssieeess t1.e a I abns.
To iiPe- lv-rist trI lbor of anu given
cezon.uniiity will rveszsl% in the inspor-
ierishmen t of th-e entire people. Ltbor
%is t.e ony .soureeB wealth 'we have.
f:T negrW i' .so vitally connected with
oova wealth. that to make 14ijm por% ~m
ns iie mnitVea31s to .tak-e $its o inme

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TVat Thriving Town is on a Building
Boom--Other Notes of Interest.
A!achua, MaY -2?.-"W e are glad to
se Gainesille ttAking such a noble
st:. d for prohibition. I believe we
widl give' a large majority for a .dry
county here.
Rev, \'. C FCoser returned last.
night fron New Canton.. Va., where he
had 'been o, a two weeksY':.aeation
J. T. MirElle is boiling a handsoame
residence on Main street. It, will be
an ornament, to our town when eo "
J. Y. Bradd ey'. residence on W:st
Main st reet wHil.1 soon t 1 eted
'Bari Stevens of St. ~etertb has
rented a house and witl mo, re his,
ily in town Saturdnay.
Mr. and Mrs, W. Fuchb, M'i'a
L Speneer. Henry an& oy an mm.
Tri ie Riv ares speerddg the week
NN OtrIeans.
Deputy Sheriff MeCant of LaC e
has arranged to move his fatmity .ere
the first of June.
Thera town pPle are aing p a-
ration fr a dhe tertaianmeat. t the i

Methodist conference, whsieh .A et

O.te..rm. t the. WIst t a.a
.ra sor or boil I, UelWWe .-..h

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New Bills Intrpdusd in the. $ te DiscusssOnly One Mo. r :
N ew, bills were introdu m .
Seknate-Thursday morning, g as olowe:*
By Senior 8 otSt' to
make it unlawfnulo tobyipei .or,0
merize, or attemnpt to 0 yp .,, ovr
mesmerize children under erti ..
and certain Circumstances and to pro'-
vide a penalty.
By Senator Stocktop-A. act 'to Wro
vide for the appointment of asis a n
county solicitors in counties in w, hisk
criminal courts of record 'are esta b-
By Senator Blitch--An act for the
relief of, W. F. Hughey of Levy coUn-
By Senator Blitch-An act to amend4t
Section 1411, of the Revised Statut4s",..
relating to form of subpoena to an ".'
By Senator Butler-An act to send
section o2-ef ehapter467l, Laws of Flo,-
iJa, the same being an ,act to author-:i
ize solvent guarantee companies, sure-
ty companies. fidelity,' insurance coml6:ii
panics and tfidelity'dqpo it companies
to become surety upon the bonds of :
city, county and Stateoflicers, and pro-
viding remedies against or upon suh :
bonds, and other purposes.
By Senator Peacock-A-p act to pro-
hibit certain sporting and gamesob the:
first day of the week, known asjChWris-.
tian Sabbath.
By Senator Grill-An act provmidin pF
for the examination of banks and bnk-~
ing companies' organized under the
laws of this State.
By Senator Dimick-An set to amend
section 2, chapter 4632, L4aws of FloW
ida, entitled an act to amend sections
1 and 9, of chapter, 4255,. Laws ofl.
Florida, entitled a an actto inCrease t:':h
facilities 'and improve the transpcrta.w- !'
lion throughout the State, anO. to ii...
corporate the Florida Grand Tru'i a
Railway Company, approved June 3,.
The day's session in the House was::"','
spent itthe discussion of Mr. Wilson's
bilk, kiown as House bill No. ~' -&"
bill to be -entitled n act to provide. for
the payment of warrantsa a ed by the4
Comptroller of the State of ..Plorida.
under chapter 1175, laws of this State,
for service rendered to the State y:
voluntary.,companies with the approval
.of the Gorveror. suppressing Indian
bhstilities in the year 1.1, and which:::.
warrant's have been approved by the
Commissioner appointed under the
stipplemenal act o1 i~I9., chapter 3 08.
Laws of FloridA, to' examine, approve
or rejvct the same, and filed with the
Comptroller of the State, and now in
in the eu.thdy of the State Treasurer..'
After cosiderable discussion and
argument both in favor and against: the 6.:'
bill. it was finally passed by a vote of ::.
43 to 21. :
World Wide Reputation..
White's Cream Vermifuge h ..a
achieved a world wide reputation as.,::
being the bes t o al oll oxn, destroyeir',...;
and for its tonic infiaetee on weakd and:
unthrifty chiidren as it neutralisesthe.:
acidity or sourness of the stomach, itx.
proves their digetsrion, and assmiaila...
tion of food, srrngthens their nervous
system and .rt'hem to thb)e
health, rigor a:d elast:icity of spirit "
natural to .childhood. ~5 at Johnson

Z Pat in ho Indian War Claim
:' r / Fight.


State Fairly Owes Him the Commission
SHe. Claims,

Tallahassee, Fla., May 11.-To the
ditor of thu Metropolis: I want tC
nkyou personally for Tallahasee~
ter and editorial in your paper ol
ay 7th. It is many years ago since
is contract was made. A new gener
!n having come on, very 'few citi-
of the State of Florida under-
d the embarrassed condition of
ernor Drew and his cabinet in re-
Xi to lands; as well as the old In-
;",War Claim which has been under
liion since 1850 for the wars of
,'' As the State was very much em-
Ia ed financially, and the college.
Sthe claim being sodoubtful,
or Drew wanted the contracts
o that the contractor would
'of the expenses, the compen-
;,boing contingent upon collec-
ereby relieving the State from
abarrassment as the payment
ey, at that time, for expenses
lave made. The contract being
:by a governor with, a -cabinet
edof such wise representatives
o Raney, W. D. Bloxham. Hugh
rley,. Columbus Drew., Walter
and other able men, it would
en presumption on my part to
,Wpestioned the authority in of-
me, the contract from such a
In defense of myself it is but
iasay that during all of the years
Siiengaged in- tne prosecution of
claim (spending my own money
-expenses wherever the same was
sary and not one dollar of the
's), that no one to my knowledge
udstioned the genuineness of tile
et. Each governor having fully
esced in-my appointment and each
thih one exception having come to
ington at my ,request to aid in
lrk, aiid each one having by let-
d telegraph, endorsed my doings
and each one at the end of the
of Congress having received,
ted, and reported to the Legis-
mnis report, showing the condi-
1een of said claim. The 'egisla-
"of 1895, and again in 1801, thor-
ly examined into the question 91
W'aim, and my services in connec-
with ik i-i Washington, You eand
before, imagine how surprised I was
be met by teo. statement of one or
ro, that thpe contract under which I
ad been employed since 1879 was .Orit
ood. Strange, is it not? That that
tatenment was made after tie money
as in the treasury of the State and
k'beyond my reach, by -reason of imnpos-
sibitity to. sue the State under tle Con-
'stitution. The action dt the Legisla-
-ture in instructing Governor Perry to]
accept as full settlement $92,6409.0,
while the present governor in his mies-
Ssage, page 10, s6ys that the totalll-
lowance now. made the State was
-$1,089,158.66. To be plain, through my
--fforts tie State has more by $1,000,00
than it would have had under the, set-
tleinment, the Legislature of Florida in-
~i creting Governor Perry to accept.
gforo co-ncOuding this already long
tter, I desire to call your attention
he copy of the letters transmitted
With written by one of the noblest
nso pf them all, ,the Hon. John L.
ford^ I thank you sincerely for
B kindness to a st ranger shown by
editorial, and remnain ever,
-, Respeptfutlly yours,
S. I. WA,!;as.
I Letters From Secretary.
cc of the Secretary of StatC,
of, Florida, Tallahasseeo, lia.,
21$,, ,1892-8. I. Wal!es, Esq.:
-ra of their 2d covering a printed
H ount. lIet~veen the General Uov-
mnent e iState of Florida," is
itved am- will be consuidCred and
reciate d.'': Permit nme to say, my
r ir, that' hoWeser derelict Sena-

riallrmay have beenn in the opinion
i twlewho do not think as he 'thinks
,t'tiWe qinortant question,' no man
: side of the lunatic asylumn will
tion ,yopr activity ,jpn vigorous
ristpnce in presenting and prose-
mEoting, thiLslaim, from a few huqdjed
..,touistad dollars up'toward one rhil-
; lion dollars. You- are equal to any
,:l.lnancial occasion and seemingly sau-
p inior to all opposiion, Mallory and
;aop mtay receive the tcedit of secur-
agthis large amioubt, of money for
I; Foridai ~t S. I.. Wailer will deserve

s ei-ever m, m ar sir,, I wish you
all the stets o; dsis. -

Ja':.:: L a Lm L a

kewa Erery, ftre $10 I (M0$1 I4 PaNt. ,


The One Renedy That Will Really

SMake You Well.

Years ago when a great public de- tl1 blood disttses. IMr. ; 1. Lewis,
Irand arose for a remedy for nervous of Denver, Colo., one of the most
ailments as well as a relibl bl bod pa, proainiitiht lif inurallc tnI in. ti
rifler, Dr. Edward E. Phelps, profess- United States, writes as f61ows:
or of Materia Medica and Medical.Bot- "'Afier an attackof grip,) found mIy-
any, of Dartihtouth Medical Collge,, self broken hii nervous vigor, and with!
gave to diseased and suffering men and bowels and kidneys Seriously -,derangedl.
women his great discovery, Pailne's As time brought no improvenwent, but
Celery Coimpound. The success of rather an increased n0rvoams p)rostra-
this wonderful, pre cril)tion has been ttion, I was liiduced to iiuke qse of
pli nonmenal.. No o her remedy knownI Paine's Celery Compound. Bforet tihu
to medical science enjoys such a wide- iirst bottle had been used, I founll a
spread reputation today. marked improvement, and -its use was
In this month of May when so many discontinued t-fter I had tliilhed the
are sick, Paine's Celery Compound second bottle, After doing without
makes people well. It is the one true the Compound for over a month, I find
specific prescribed by eminent prac- myself with the same sprilngy step a3nd
titioners for diseases arising from a usual vigor as before my illness,all the
debilitated nervous system;' "i is a former lassitude and nervous disar-
poitiive cure for sleeplessikeso. wasting rangement having disappeared, and
strength, rheumatism, neuralgia, dys- difficulty with bowels and kidneys have
pepsia, liver, and kidndy troubles, and been corrected."

OitHe of the Secretary of State, State GAINESVILLE WINS FIRST GAME.
of F]l(ridi, Talla-lasseo, Eleh., Jarn. 5,
1893.-S. 1. Waileu, Esq.: Your good Season Was Opened by Colored Teanms
letter of December 22d, A., D. I182. is Yesterday-An Errorloss Game.
before me. The baseball etasin was opened
I had hoped and still hope; that the Friday in this city by 'two crack col-
Indian War Claim, so vigorously and ored teams of the State, the Central
persistently urged;on and on by' your- City team of GAineaville and the Ooala
self and others, will pass during this Baseball team;,
session. However, I imagine J can The game was pulled off on the local
read between your.lines the shade of a diamond, and resulted in a victory for
shadow of doubb about its passage dur- the home team by a icore of five to
ing this session, and "Ol Nat" don't four-an excellent reoord for both
encolmlrig ie muoh., teams. ]y ,thoso who witliessed tlhe
I shall deeply regret to see the pros- game it is stated that the contest was
ent term of Congress afdjourn without one of the finest ever. seen on, thd
passing said claiim, I received and Gainesville diauiond, andt all that could
read your letter with .mtch interest. be desired. It developed the fact that
Before the next moon waxes dnd there was 'dste fle material on both
wanesd ghiope to congratulate you upon teams, which were very evenly
the croWning act of your life-the mnatehed.
passage of the Indian War Claim. The game was witnessed by a large
May God bless you. number who carried the usual amount
Yours as ever, of enthusiasm,
Office of the Secretary of State,
State of Florida, Tallahassee, Fla., Mr and Mrs. Qwen tloyd Entertain in
January 14, 1898.-S. I. Wailes, Esq., Honor of Their Oousln. "
Yours of the 10th is received, consid- The home of Mr. and Mrs. Owen
The home of Mr. and Iro. Owon
ered, appreciated,
ered, appreciated. Lloyd, South Uiliversity street, was a
Governor Mitchell and I are very ., ...
n t n a 11 (1 a l *. r ie Fi o it if titl f Clhzt

close friends.and under all the circum-
stances of the case, I ventured to show
your very urgent and important letter
to the Governor. It had no bad ef-
Hli has writteri to you-saw-. is le\t--
ter. I have talked to Lanmr. I for-
warded 'Old Nat'a" letters to Craw-
fordsville and you may reasonably ex-
pect to hear from him at ani early
Time and tide are against me and
force me right straight along to a con-
More anon, if necessary. I amn
still hoping for the passage of the In-
dian War Olaim during this short
term of Congress.
May yoa live long and well.
In railroad haste. Believe me, I
wish you all the success you desire.
Office of the Secretary of State,
State of Florida, Tallahassee, Fla.,
January 28, 1898.-S. I. Wailes, Esq.:
Yours of the 18th is received. lBe-
lieving that no other man under the
circuit of the sul could have increased '
Florida's demand from ninetv to rTiin,

hurlddred thousand dollars, and. know-!
ing that you acted under authority of
Governor Drew, and within the cir-
colmference of the statute, I could n0ot
realize that the present executive
could go back on your good work.
And 1 ventuimtd to Ishot the Governi-
or your private letter to me---told hirm
that yououly did tlh wqrk--thaat you
did it tn good f6tith, and undeu r con-
traet, a1nd that the sovereignty and
good faith of the State was pledged to
you. The Governor .answered your
letter immediately, and brought it
right into my ofitee, and I read it and
pronounced it O0. I verily. believe
that yor will pas.. the claimi through
the, fouse this etas eion. Somote it be.
I am writing against wind. and tide
and ilust come right straight along to
a conclusion. Success' to you and the
Indian WVar Clai3'p I am yours to
SYosurs a ever,.
f '. ,-* 9 C "ef t -4 0 0 0 :.

Sthe fbe bita of a

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i r N.ELE DAVS i. WEDS.'

Daughter of Congressman Davis BSo
comes Mrs. Ralph Burton.
A'telegrim front Palatka tind(r date
of May lOth, says:
Misa Nq,lie Douglas D)avis oif this
eity and lRalph Burton of Washiit oin,
Al. C., were quiI ly o arrri'dll the ,
reTidentlc o tihe bridle's parolt4 this
aftoeriooin at ,. o'clok in the "(Ir's,.llnt'
of rehlhives aInd a few intimiuan fU',
Itov. Ritohie. uof St. Mark's Episcoioal
chu reh pe r.forni tg the cerit nony,
Mis II'a vis th youth 'Uit (.liu i tgh r tof
Congr ssenain Robrt W\. l)vi, and
Wvas brarnd. aind reared in IPa'lthlI. Shio
Was OIOi of the city's most .popl.lar so-
clety young ladies, anti had hoIsta tiof
friends,. Mr. Burtoii is a yoitung na
of lpronisaig prospects, tiid is it pros-
ent lmnagor of the (Oxford Ilotel in
W\aslhiintlion, he and his bride
will intlkuetheir hoitmle.
The room in which the certemloly was
perforinied was beauttifully decorated
with.lluwers and evergreens, and ininy
halidsr nppiresentis a nd reuenahrances
froti firieuds were in tvitilence
Mr. and Mrs. Burton left over the
East Coastt Railway this afternooii for
their futuro home.

Women s Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by

Kidney Trouble.

Kidney trouble preys.upon the mind, dis-
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
and heerfulnhaes soon
Disappear whin the kld-
Snys are out of order
or di aelamqd.
-Kidriey trouble has
bcconm .*co prevalent.
thu'tli If1,n4W i lfnmrnf
IN f40'a chl4 In .* born
a!gl t flute with weuk k(d,
S'neysl f It thi chlr< ia i
l'tvo *ltex Oq(it't,. iS the

bit-wetxina o imila up1O 1nt. too cab!t 0
Sthiw, ,amuty la k14 0ytt utubit, a44 ths ftlul
roL irtoul bn thwvar3a tha tr aatiranft '<
tr abite t i due tO i sa dts.? eased otrir ui trhe
kidney and bladder anil tot to habit a*
r0ont people suppose,
Wrret n was well as men are madc mt
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
atd botn peed the aar.te great remedy,
'The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Riot is soon rallied. It ls asod
by druggtstmi In fifty- '
cent and. one dollar
sizes. You may have a
sample bottle by rnatM '
free, al o pamphlet tell- t~omo Pt ewauimp-oiSt.

Let h th

Matter Outi
'o Potsh-No lii-'t
Phosphoric Acid--I IeI_-
'ltrogen-No Leaves
These three.: '
things siat
be supplied
to your soil.
Write to Iu
and we will
send you
sonia books
giving th

gist of the whole
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"do ftftMMB ^B^I^I SPRINGS
NORMAL INSTI'TUI' I will open o
Monday, Juuite 8, for tho fourth sum
Inor termm, indl conitillnu, twelve woeks
Fdll normal and couoninerchl w6trk ear
rinld. For partloetlars address. J. H
BRItNSON, (hali nuvillie, Flhi.

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o tii t, *iu i* L vj r it" ii &tl iO Ii, nCIuLuin r m any o iri .. .. ... -.. ... .... ......--
InCo i3Ingho m it,on. No dh b e
occasion being a birthdiyI rty iiven thousands of testliai.tIat otters ro.Blveod NOT'I'I(O "iX) NlN-Itlll.lSi N6t.
in honor of their relative, MissA S.sio from suffieroracured. In'wrltting Dr. Kilmer In tiu, (, tn.u l'rtt.i .luhlat ,l mt.lrouit
& Co., Slnghi'm toni e "to0sure and Ahlchull (h1uminty, Fhorld II..In 1tohlrugyj
Lloyd, of London. England, who is Conto- hPan.' nd Autm ti. rk- t chaney,
th 'f -nic ths pape -.: lt U laild vs. l(. Jolari DIvo)Wc .
their gueit. l)omi't mIlllk tuny fnistnki: ,lut revlm tn, t, ai)oalln b nl.v tilvlit il)InlIdod to the
'lat i velinlg-wal psa.sod -in a Itmiini aer r lh ic t, Swiu -l. )t l)r. Kil- ,1 is, ll 1 the niovO strNtr liM o nta l tli ,
appn ro)pro ate tol t i,' nho oc'tl*o in ii- i lin t it elchp-t- i, Dr l -a .)',(,I ut e .i th itmia I l hIIa- at lat in la l -Mit
ifr4 p e So ,IIIt('hH SIr0vl imiH anad tho adcdr e, reU.lfeit f tho t M oto tilold, mud ha
ally Olegi a t Ni, freshs haneits bei Li N i N. .Y. c ry bottlb. ,ei t l 'i l rl tIlln trl lo id t ilto r iu i t
so v-. .. It (ld 14- vti l 0 l-e ,litu thi s t1118 i ir t. Olit t)tlN O lltvlefim
io m-tlvt4.-d ----. s --- 19 nee a.....,,, ,1i t-i--n ,,,-,--: -- --- '" itil | ( r i antdliinf rlni l( ) a1. thtl t il ,srv lt' alam l -
Miss Lloyd, during hlir sojourn mit ere. n. tit a ilal ai lllh l, i ta I u a ve thi uli. d l
tI at' Oltn y-.),l it -va!l'a.i I', It .mImua'i-efea'n o el' tui e eal LhiLt
:r't s i ioni t oaNtai at ,il tAi, h a n i mmar ustes
hail" a ade mrin y frierlld* Whlo will .re-.- rti i-l introu t la porllml ttleal n lll gret the hour of her depart l.r.i Shlue tai m aIli t elhlS iIt it, (i )l)i Mornda n y tlhe
is possesied of most sailq ble. Idilpo ) It nit i oj o.i ill will be LaiitaIers m is trs -ed
sition, and in etntortal.inig proves her- e Seedls ba' tal i'lfatiirtt,
See d' It I lirtlh r 4a U,at;rid 1iaet, lhhi <)O'N 'a1 lp ub.
self equal to all ocnasiojla the Kind 0 ll0'iiel o MI w n atl fiar u)onsailti wav k U
I n I'llte a' sl i.l ti tit aitma, m lnawaaaeminr itmblskiead
FOUNDATION HAS BEEN LAID. that i.eadihh Hii:l 'oniniv ainUi MIe.i,
eov 1re- ,yleld r. 'int. h il A irll .1 0 I) l l.
1 100.fM o tl M l l des. A au, al, IvT tlh. W CtimtI'' t h,1(< .l ,
Work in EarnestHas Begun on Power oat i o Ut l A tnl ,,.a or a .u wi. ac
House of New Eloctric Company. ,. M i i. 1NN, irk, .
The foundatiomi .of thie tnew ol) er t ii i. a J. MAs t ,(N olt itor o r iAnalnaaimhhat.
house whidich is to be erected for th0 .....
Gainesville lEleetril LigiLt oipanly Wi m itl aT
has been laid, aind a force of workmen., or AlWiu ncouint1y. lCaurliM, adl 1in th1o iti
ritiklf t itu lday f lll A, I. i1.JA i n(l(!r artld ),v virtue of
bricklAyers an dearpent.ers, arto buily a lm,.' ,i .,, t)l oA LISutl on and tiiwa of tim n tltaior
engaged on th 01 tb. l-oritu. i n ird r ir a leo invietlo to i tiit I Ali.-
St N(YAc0Jo t IF .i' oN IFOt T(Ust FrOJRW eihust oottnla.v. tMyi.nia, Vlortlori t 'tiy oft June,
IThe caon.tri has beI.n. let to Mr, vilm AL mm.Ax 'Ornor ls toi a ainewie Wrtt a f ti
1tevye of t y " (I l 0r e tl aIt r, wtI no o w l melr( t 1111 ofllita 4ollt ItolxI
I R vet i topgy, "wh ait one of. t he m'w O -competent work- t.,ce tr n ta l nf t.'i1at e (i t h ma ba.l a : ess e ali tii "oa'Pi'eet .ll ttu lire ttia ir t111 (aif tflrrtdalu, Intiator Ia hlree lr i. lIvgn li> timle i iall'
aiiamein i- the county, A Thi llt i s aw (tur- U. L () '4t ki ta atea Itl adt otur f A tliamti ,b, aila Y hillty itilo lmint
l.hi a a ,l.,ni 4 itW ii. i th itluti. i ll 'li y 't.y. ti, atim ill, tiut i.lintllni toi leilO.i w lt W iA.' tho er t. litii of In-
anico that the weorkl will be -promptily i1 in tio fotl.wi iu M i)0 iatl tlX dtlrtoit, ti- o xha ittimi il ras, wile s or lern atiill toI lien-
and properly. exeunted and it .is ex- Arrtnol i, d .t M u 4 ilt I lt i s llltpIuta. wt lti) lt
pet ctLd 'that wititin thirty sydy te h ae tv r..l- wV t( .a l ts l L y. tia ) Ill It o, tl. 'L'
t- i iia il litii-so, i. .J. t-a it'i .jaa l u ia i. l ii, oilt ith ."litr'' t titr illi or
cornditions beoig favorable th. buid Itd.d ^ 'ie. A ,l, !u ii. ura of t
I- 'i s'C L.+m( i rasMf -rnetimpO, at. i. ,J+itmmei'. 1', tlita ta a1ta t lam-anine t oo, ,j t ( 3oQ tV lt7 a+ml aa iun-
ing;will boe ready to, recipe t4l<- mm:ii- (i:tO,, t 1'. nr LJ .T ir, irm .
chiinery L. r '.- t.s .' 1'. ,.aa.I. 'i'. a .,iee ,al' .C G-t, v. .1
UNION IMEMORIAL. DA t.1. W .4I .A r i ..;'i toslt .tLh j.1 I e ): .1 ,atf' aCh ult li o 'rt f r.'ta4ek a h( A l04 it loi it
Lew Wallace Potl, G. A .. .R,. InvItes <'Vw e .. (,,ndU a n.i l t.rrnw "
a l'tta 't b'emlnmm'l It istaat ,~laua \ -: ( t-'4, loc iri.' It. i,- 4:: tet ai sueiu itn's.
Confederate Comradoe. StkMf'w.i J.. 4.W(e.o......'erk. -
ji1 A ait'--u.cia -'.faasiai-tiy'iea-.- W. lt- 1, ot&-p C, A.. NO r'l,:,': I F' hl'i,.CK Ktll( ;)ir lI, MI)I 'iN Nt)U.
Kirby Smith Chapter ha is b i s tamiost W'illaormr, 0I..M, t .l' .oii). lerk.- t
cordially invited to uiUnite Wit h the by,. W. ,frllg. sllt ;. lfaT, it0fa t h e tOelotlcr. iLh thoiX e A tlihtt itl W re-
Confvder ate veterans ini thlieobservalIo0 U.lAi L-tt ,ll sw !t, I). A, ? obelrtst n.J1, hotusia (omwnaiiy wi all 1 hold li the clty 't AMli
I--. a it r, ,lek. "o tii, L,'iorldii, on ateliirlra t '.Thurstielly Irn Juize,
of Memorial Day, 8Otht ns, to, pay strulen e1to--^W-: hUery. M. s n cal
tribut to our fallenl h-eroai' -ML 1. t ita 'fa-iigbtv I q rk, .l.rt.. -ltti o Ut 1t0l #ir iful .td t o, 1 l)to i
The proccstion will form oin the ,eli- ling.I"thttil.t, ii h ot t
p f rnsat .10 tntactor. oM. 1.r ta:- th "r ips(a aanmaefni maIU IN(tt> to the tihrter of
square at 10 a. m, and proticed i the 1'htiro ., AJ. iabri ir4. A L tre (rnartonta.y In(iaminola it s ,ilplli.itaeln
eeOet eit y, where these sad rlteo will Cel ifo c o. t.. et t l. ,e s tu ter suel th erastmliunt .
be .observed. .1aa t ellt o ee r i ,.1 nItA i) A: I 0 t. ay be thl eiu gl torrithi byi lw it(t s ',ihoreI lt r.
'.C "y ill-' I B? Ctonvyarnces will be provldd:d for rntelorrtua c mlUrN.a1, bI m. (IW.t rain. a on of n ro th. meirm-w
your chapter., oiue other, free, to the Newo~~tv:i.'llor.;w.. farr. A ~ re n f .ar tlre a
cemetery and retuWrn, Acrftl. LW, II 'Tu'ika?.~ rtk.'t wum taouara ti tw rht nir.) te r>l t.h*rnew.
ile uta..rnd. r i a a oi- ame en' aui < t aitt imeI, I ,W i .. N -A tO'i-A 1t .
*jr Ot er of, r 'l my dffer oFthf< U0t Ard o S i. F, Di';r ia Co nmmander,. s ... *.' .. W K Y. .1 ..
Mt GiomrttM~, Adjutanrt. :tost, WI,- IO t w I i.WAY. f1i.
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W14he ymon take Grove's Tastelets Ohill ..Noti E ai hefby Nrivhae ht +ioX aleo iis hmi., t ig'ofr Ala eiier co vhrlti,- 0 tbo i u0-
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L.ord Ourzon is the twenty-seventh
l.: governor of India.

T':'he fire volcanoes acstve last year
deli.troyed',0000 lives ;

Try li.tte more head work and
les.. reWkless bone labr.

'The world s population is increasing
about 500,000,000 denti.
,';? ; : ..: ." :. ; .. _: :

411if the people livig in 'New York
o ive one or more times a year.

; The Ost :of"I:tsae commands the
; gretest armed force inthe world.

.r T homas Lipton hasn't a drop of
i: quitter blood a his spoty 'veins.

S Italy has 0,701 acres of orange and
I leion groves, containing 16,789,907
1.t^ .( -... .- ... .- '
r From recent reports the Iowa idea is
dynlg hard, but even should it find its
way into the Iowa platfori- It will be
in an emasculated condition, .

The real difficulty which snapshot
photographers have with some sub-
S jets is due to their failure to retouch
the negatives before prntintg the pic-

Perhiaps the experience of Admiral
SDwey helped Attorney Joseph W.
Folk to refuse the $15,000 residence
offered hinmby tlhebusinees men of St.
S There are a great mapy people who
regard the roth o the labor unions
: as: a menace to the nation. So many,
in fact, that Ir. Roosevelt may find
he has grievously erred in his catering
S so extravagantly to the associations.

S The sale of Poe's manuscript o"WThe
I Bell" lor $2.100 suggests the plaint
: Bulyer Lytton. puts into the mouth of
a character "'in "The Parisians," who,
.having during the siege of Paris' just
'" eaten his dog, sighs, "'Ah, it poor
S Fido could have lived to enjdy these
::" ,

There is no dubt 'but that Mr.
C, Oleveland received a greater popular
de, lo demnstrB iuo* in'St. Louisa f.hatl did
?," :the president. TI'fire is also no doubt
S but that tluoeXt Demnocratid nonlinloc,
Irlhoever in.h, may be, will receive a
greater popular det'honstration than
: will Mr. Roosevelt.
... .
Ste' York oity official, there were in
Sl:l aht oity ln tile past three months,
more evictions than have occ-rred in
all Ireland during a like period.., bOer
S 1,000 dispossess warrants were issued
i nthe : bntl of March alone. Great
~ Republican prosperity.

.for tlhe itroduation into Alaska of

1 domestic reinde 'rom Siberia, Con-
greas has /ap tproitd., 'during the
s aten yen r IIsJ, In :rgatidt to
t e prott of ritIdiee*r-raising, Mr;
l vnor say's "A : f dlt during the
P'^',*to fgu r years costs the 'owneor less
$1 a year. At S pd'o("the fOur
fit .04 6t will br-ag at th. mines from
"44 *0f or4ts. me* et it lined 'to
ofoilr the p' s is eMii 1
B^ ^f ^ "' .fp ^'MfTl.,t*~a.'WW ^'| TR ^ '4^' v *

' O'a'' t in's etan. tiLe of
uOplan massacres w1 he 4 t e n
e9e4a4t fult face v^ 'tlAtWs$4
can publid. It one.tenth tlife stpris.
coming from Europe, Rf 0
hatr.h r fanaticism 4 'k 0
at th i ~ttom of the i t
iings ati'ishlief, .Thse h: 'k
teresting themselves ie rel ng lnds
for the relief 'of the isuerltg an d
tressed Jews will certainly hav, te
hearty co-operati of allt charltaile
and Christian people.'
The .endency to hold the Lu1sii1
government or the Russian churo'h r*
sponsible for those ma'agscrsr may .ot
be warranted, however.
It cannot: be possible that the au-
thorities of the curehb gave o0pen, or
even secret, sanction' to aech atroci-
ties. It cannot be possible, even tin
remote Kishinef, that there hais been
no progress from the cays when bloody
deeds were performed under guise of
Christianity. "
Nor should we as yet condemn the
Russian government for these lawless
outbreaks pn the part of the people of
one community or province of that
vast empire ,c orta~ nely, we have
had lawless outbreaks of various kinds
in our own fair land, It is probable
that the 'zar is, directly or indirectly,.
no more responsible for those Kishindf
atroci ties than was" the President of
the United States for 'ihe: shooting
down of negro miners in Illinois, whose
only crime was a desire to wbrk,
Not until it is proven that the prop-
er governing R authorities have failed to
mete out adequate puniashrentt to the
law-breakers- a4d -iurderer hold
they be condemned. It is t6 be hoped
hbwevet,"thai the Czar realizes. that
he is on trialI before the enlightened
pueblo opinionof the civilized world.

In ]Rome there are one pope,8 car'.
dials, 85 bishops, 1,869 priests, 2,882
monks,8,212 nuns, making in all 7,479
persons charged with spiritual call-
ing among a population of 400,000.
So that thereis in 'Rome one spiritual
to every 54 inhabitants, while in the
large rotestant cities" of Germany
there 'is but one spiritual to 10,000 in.
habitats. Although Rome is a city
given4to thesclehces, ridh in art,. high
sohooQ.;, academies., still 190,000 grown
people 'xist there who can neither
read nor write. Rome also has with-
in her limits the 'largest number: of
law-breakers--88to 1,000 itizens. Of
458,082 engaged couples in the whole
of Italy in the year 1897, only 204,098
could sign ihe marriage contract, that
is, only 450 out of each 1,000.

It is said that every man walks
two miles a day'; if only in stirring
about his room or office. If a man lives
to be thirty years old he will walk 21,-
000 miles.1 The man who' believes in a
daily constitutional of five miles will
walk 54,750 miles. The circumference
of the earth is 24,889 miles. Walking
five miles a day, a man who has walk-
ed for thirty years, will walk around
the globe twlee, and have a few thou-
sand odd miles to his credit.

A New York writer estimates the
wealth of John D. Rockefeller at
$1,000, 00,000, and his yearly income at
$7b,000,000. This is far, in excess of the
estimates generally given, and makes
Mr.>Rooke feller easily the richest man
in the world. As his wealth is known
to be increasing at a very 'rapid rate
the figures that would show what he
will control in twenty years night be
too startling for the present genera-
tion, ,

There la party of- scientists from
Piiladelphia who are near Canon
Linblo, Arizona, making preparations
itAo excavate ,tho famous meteorite
mountain. 'At the top of the' mountain
i's an inimnense hole one mile wide and
00 feet deep, with perpendicular
sides. The hole was evidently much
deeper at one time. Its bottom is a
platetu of bout forty acres,

rThe man who feels no thrill of joy in
Shis daily labor, who is only driven to
it by the spur of necessity, who goes
through it conscientiously, it 'may be
but' inrely as the performance of a
Sdisagreeable duty, is anlnost sure to
. fail in life. IWhen young men or young
,womentwork in such a esirit there is
sfnsoethixig fatally wrong.

S-o Rochester, MIinn.. has bee given:
I :the credit of opening the first pernta-
Sttet resting iopni in the United
IStates. .It 'is the outgowth of the
W'omaen's club, aided by the buMneus
~: and it is ow a we l rganised

14 6i t:ro i t 1. the t, t a oft
the lh.altty
There Is a'ni s ;truth In tll;. Or-
lando i.erhan rehii: liberal i. sup
portig as ewspBapers as ithey'
4,: bt i'nvaaly, whe summer ap
probaei/or e i of the :flra~ items of ex-
penae thateome would ut isa the ad-0
vertiseme't in the publl prints, Now,
when it i .seriously considered' that
the paper :*ust be' kept going at what-
evir cost, and as the cot of 'the stand-
ing advertisement otf the-merchant is a
mere bagatelle complied to the large
amount t-hat same memchant pays out
'of hisepookes iun'schemes'very year to
advertise thetown bysvarious and sun.
dgry new .anlrt utried plans,. there is,
something r4adially misplaced some-
where.i The Sakr believes in and ad.
vocates the thousands OQrlando puts into
advertising of whatever tort, but gen
tlemen of businesS, withoAt a shadow
of a doubt,: if t Is done at the expense
of ot .k th regula: advertising
support o your home papers, that after
'll is sadl and done, are doing more
free advertising while you are awake
Or asleep than all .other oBrmbinations
whatsoever, it is short-i #hlted busi-
ness policy. ,. ,

Inole Sam has inaugurated a new
kind of giftl enterprise;.., He. is giving
away trees-young seedlings of iml.
proved varieties-and is starting in to
distribute them broadcast all over the
country. A building in the rear of the
Department of Agriculture has been
set aside for the purpose, with forcee
of men to 'pack the trees, some of
which are simply tied up in bundles
for'mailing, while others' are shipped
with their roots enclosed in small tin
cylinders. Special attention is paid to
nut trees, with a view to encouraging
'the cultivation of improved varieties
of the pecan, the Persian walnut, and
certain other kind, of walnuts from
The more the committee investigates
the Wailes-Beard claim' for services
rendered in connection with the Endian
war claims fund, the mqre evident
does it appear that the claim is a just
one and should be paid by 'the State.
The statement that Mr. Wailes aban-
doned the claim upon his departure
from Washingtoxi 'is ebntroverted by
the evidence of thd attorney he left
the matter in the hands of and who is
now in Tallahassee--eneral Shelly,
who was for eight yars, a member of
Congress from Alabama and was fourth
auditor of the Treasury under Cleve-
land's first administration
........ ..
An official estimate made of the for-
est area of the Tnnited States puts it
at 700,000,000 aerets. H te the forests
been intelligent$ managed the amount
of merchantable timber in them would
be ten times as great. The science' of
forestry Is now taught in more than
forty schools. Yale and Cornell Uni-
versities and the asecial college at
Biltmore, N. C., have 'ivanced classes
,and give degrees In forestry.,
And now a Miohiga chemt says
that if men would 'wear corsets they
would never b banJld-headed. Well,
there mty be something in that, as we
never see bald-headed ladies. Still
we prefer no hair to' corsets.
The 'Repulitan inembers of the
Senate Fiinance Gommit/jtee have had a
pleasant reunion at Hob Springs, Va.,
atr governtzmnt'expense and have ac-
If oreevelt really Bnjoys
his babykiss'ig exploit's he should
travel i othe'ouith. There he ,rotuld
iend oa'ek of ice," shitty plokanin-
nba. "P

It is anticipated that the .world's
supply o w gold will be doubled is the
next telI tears.

The number of .persons 'employed
i'n 'the minin fo coal in England and.
'Wals is S^,40,.1; ::' '

Iti odtas 100 per mile for a telephone
omAbn in to/ .a ab eir li"e In the
P J':ir 10

ir thbe abve. cptopn, regarding
te rece nt publications concerning
e Rt Frahi k ,Adams in the Lake'
iFy C lise-Reporter, the Jasper

i tanwarranted and malicious at-
tak nltae by ,the Citizen-Reporter in
igso4su.e of last week upon Senator
ran 4 das s was not only misleading
bt the grandest feat tin journalistic
perversioa of the truth that ha : ever
'been wit itsse4 in Florida, and will
evidently o;)- that littlepewter-plated
Aothpiece of a, "rule-or-ruin" factiobr
in ake Oitsy much anxiety of thought,
as well as dollars and cents, before it
'i able to prove to any jury in this
State that Senator Adams is an "un-
scrupulous" man. He is a man above
reproach among Ihis fellow-country-
men, and that "yarn" spun by the
"Obilous" editor of 'the Citizen-Re-
porter that Senator Adams gave cer-
tain meintbers of the kicking delega-
tion from Lake City to understand that
he would not submit to any repeal of
the Gillbn amendments, is,so far-
fetched as to show its falaity on its face.
Senator Gillen was sway from T*lla-
hassee at the time on business for the
State, and Senator Adams told the
gentleman who approached him that
through courtesy for Senator Gillen no
effort to appeal his amendments would
be considered by the Senate until his
return, Senator Adams, while presi.
dent of that body, is by no means the
whole Senate, and las too much sense
to pose as its ruler where others have
the same right on the floor as he.
Senator Adams was born and: reared
in Hamilton county, and has achieved
his financial success among the .people
with whom he has lived to manhood
and has retained a reputation untar-
nished for honesty and fair dealing
among them, There is not today a
man in Hamilton county who, if in
need, would hesitate for a moment tc
go to Frank Adams for assistance but
with the full assurance that he would
receive it. He has done more for the
good people of Hamilton county than
any other man who has ever lived in
it, and is held in the highest esteem by
When the Lake City Citizen.
Reporter answers to roll call in the
pending libel suit against it for $10,000
it may feel out on its right and left for
the erstwhile friends who urged it to
incite its neighbors to bloodshed and
riot, butithey will not be felt. We are
surprised that the editor of the Citizen.
Reporter should so far forget the re-
sponsibilities of a journalist as to al-
low himself to be worked up from a
disappointed ambition to advise its
readers to "set laws and the Leislature
at defiance and control and govern as
they see fit." Such language is born
of anarchy, and tends to disintegrate,
scatter and destroy rather than to
build up and give consolidation to
those whose ambitions have been renit
by disappointment. Such utterances
incited the noted murderer of. Presi-
dent McKinley "to bid defiance to the
law" and order and take the life of the
innocent and give his own life* to pay
the penalty meted out to the cowardly
assassin. Such incendiary utterances
as that of the Citizen.Reporter should
be condemned by both press and' peo-
From what we have heard there is, a
secret organization at Lake City known
as the "Oitisens' Protective League,"
which holds secret meetings from one
to three times a week. In this secret
league, we are reliably informed, men
have made incendiary speeches advis-
ing "shotgun rule", instead of meeting

their neighbors and fellow-citizens
-face to face and reasoning together for
the protection of,the city's, interests.
Fron such people Senator Adams has
nothing to fear. His 'name' will gc
down! to posterity the same as now-a,
a gentleman above reproach and estee m-
ed by all lovers of true, noble and pat-
riotic manhood. .
The largest ocean vessel cnatruct-
ed in our country, the steamship Mia.
nesota, waslaunched at Gronton,C onn,
Thursday. Sih will have a carrying
capacity of 28,000 tons, whigh is large
than any other ship afloat. An idea
of the enormous Capacity may "et
gained froid:. thbe,Ifae that it would
take 28 trairoadt iain with an average
Of 40 cars n" eacr h teaii, and .0,00(
pounds average load pr ear, tohaul the
stuff carried at one tne by the Min.
nesota. Could Noaseark hold more?
If the people wIsu mind their own
buiess and keep ieir noses eat t
family affairs, :Y. thee the wouIdh'
be O "muchh faily ir for thetm te
get their noses iut Trul two.-hirds
of thetouble In wrd is caused
hr l>^ n hi> mln fc^.-t.i.a

"I i':


Prospects are That thb .:k Will Pr
sent Oene of"the-Llyvealiest i.Ga0i:il
the Season, as Live -Oak-:
Cracker-Jack Team.
Notwithstanding that the gawm .
tween the OdakHalls and 'Live ak,
teams in this city Wednesday iat
noon will be the opening 'gaime of *th.
season, a great deal of enthusiasmrh
being manifested, as it is eapected-: tei
contest will be a close one.
Live Oak has 6ne of the best teaamsi i'
the State, and is rapidly coming'to the :
front as one of the banner baseball :!,
towns in Florida.- She will ,have o~e '
Wednesday a decided advantage oveo r
Gainesville in one way, and that is thOP
fact that they have been accustome
to playing together. So far the Oa
iflls have not "been praticing t
gether, and intimuch as there will
several new mea here this easoni
remains to be seen what may result;
the first game. Admirers of tih faith
ful old Oak Halls, however, are equsi
full of hope and enthusiasm,.a6n if the
Gainesville boys don't come out victor.
ious it will not be f0rilack&of the letter!
The game will, be"'called promptlyat
8 o'clock.'. The admission'will bethie
same as last year, 25 and 15'eents,: andti'
it is needless to add that the first gamein';
, as well s'#ll succeeding ones, will be:<
well patronized. ';: .:'

Students Appreciate the Faculty of'
This apartment: of E. F, 8, '
At a meeting of the normal students
of East Florida'Seminary, Friday, the
following complimentary resolutioni
was passed '
Whereas; The faculty of the Eas$:"
Florida Seminary has labored earnest-i
ly and unselfishly for the good of the
normal class during the term just
ended ,be it,
Resolved, That we, the students ofili
the normal department, representing
a number of the counties of the State& ,
desire to express our appreciation of ::
their unceasing efforts to better fit us'
for our profession, and that we ex-.
tend to each and every member of the
faculty our sincere thanks. Be it
lResolved That a copy of these
resolutions be sent to the faculty, and
that a copy be furnished to each of .
Sthe papers of this city for publication,,i

Residence of Mrs. R. W. Small, With ^|
Part of Contents, Burned. ..
About 1 o'clock Saturday morning
Sthe 'hoe of Mrs. R W Small a '
Hague was burned to the ground, to-,: :
gether with a greater part of the conl-,,, i:
tnts, involving a loss of several hun- .".
tired dollars h, it is understood,.
n,. insurance.
'he origin of the fire is not known, '
b.u:t it is supposed to have originated by
rart gnawing matches. The blaze wasb
not discovered until the roohad been
partially burned'-ver the heads of th
occupants', when the flames had 5s-
vanced too far to save the building.,
Owing to the hour at which the fire:

occurred it was difficult to secure as-
sistance, and 'before the neighbors ar-.,
rived the fire had gained such headway:$
I .that it was impossible to enter the ,tI:.!
burning building.
The friends of Mrs. Small symp*a-
'thize with her in the loss of her propss
erty. -
A startling theory has be g.1 anoed
, that appendicitis may be ind u
drinking medicine or water that hja.
.srood some time in a glass vessel. T""ll' i
theory is the sequel to the recent" di4i,-'
covery that glasss s not insoluble, a
has been believed. What next?
,Fresh air tablets area preparation
discovered by a French scientist. It
was while iave tigatig acetylene that
he discovered'that he could. ^omonsi~N
certain chemicals into a tablet whio
on being 4.rmped into water, dialed.
Sand gave trt1 pure oxyge..

i **O6Oo fOor a model i eN: .r~ : r, :
$ o houn dedto t le

Sr I other, the woman with the by
Sheer way in and a dow. IThe fort
was taken. "Y-o don' pay (or two
LTtt *A;)n
sETE.S WORK -eat1 Tht a i:w> unan.-
swerable. One passer l the rear
Said: "1I don't blilie him. I Would,
in-d Ball Will be the not sitby thaitgarl But the public
ot Ever Held Here. sentiment of the oiar wai s voiced by
a another, who dMlaetd : .That's
right. Their money is as good as any-
body's. .
STheOreekihad Justie on his side,
ithstanding That Tickets for Both That, a ighy vutag'e ,in ai asi
-rtainmients Sold at $S l ach, guent There w thing left for
ty Are Going Rapidly and Ali Will th"e slieoman but to gather together
n be Sold. the fragrents of his dignity and de-
part, which he did in high dudgeon,
Various committees of the Now,, inmmedlately in. front of the
Association of East Florida Greek woman there sat an American
ry who have been working faith- woman, who also d child, pe6tbaps
r the past month arranging for threa years of age. While the sales-
,quet and ball, report continui- manwas walking through the aisle,
eas, and promise to give those cooling down, the two children were
fortunate enough to be pres- taking, ach other in.
iolutely the most elaborate at- The American child looked over the
'held in the history of the as- back of the seat at the newcomer. In
SManager Ettel of the those frank blue eyes there was no
H ouse, who understands his d ain; on the contrary they danced
as a caterer, has spared no with happy interest, and the Greek
expense in securing for the baby cooed and kicked and reached
Sof the banquet every delicacy" 'ut its chubby hands toward its Amerl-
iother markets afford, and the can brother.
bles will quiver under the Soon the American child was ringing
SOf good thingswhen the guests a bell which hung around the neck of
| around the festive board. the Greek baby, and both were lost in
Imber of tickets to the banquet delight.
ason have been limited. Te his contrast between the democracy
tee remembers the banquet of oihe children and snobbishness of their
|r, when the commodious Brown elders recalled those immortal words
dining room was uncomfortably of Jesui" about the children: "Of such
and it has been the desire of is the kingdom of heaven."
imittee to avoid a similar codit- The other mother I invited to share
ayea*. The tickets were limit- my seat. Atfirstshe seemed more as-
Shave beern selling readily for ton ished, by my respect for their rights
Iaite,here has been no tron- than by the salesman'sdisrespecb. The
[pesien0ed in disposing of the infant she carried was fast asleep.
and more could have been sold Now and then a smile would flit acroe
I committee desired to. crowd its face, one of those mysterious gleams
b. The comittee on banquet of sunshine that attend the sltimber'
ised Dr. J'. IHarison Hodges, kl of a child, and which some mothers
ton Jr., and W. S. Broome. say are caused by the whisperings of'
'1all, which will be given at the angels,
S house on the night of the 28th; The mother noticed my interest in
eclipe in splendor any thing simi- her bkbe. We exchanged smiles, Thatl
ver given .heqre, It will excel in was the only language in which we
rancy any social function Gaines- could converse. The sleeping child
'has ever known, and will be at- was our interpreter. I think she un-
4ed` by a great, many prominent derstood that the love of some child'
g people from all sections of the- taught me to honor all mothers and to"
e.- wish that -tach' child 'had of the
asmuch as the committee on dee- human family might have the same
tios for both banquet and ball is freedom of opportunity and the"sanme
er the supervision of Captain Geo. rights on theaearth, that I ask for my
ynih as chairman, this is a suf-, own.
at guarantee that the dpeorations A few dsa1s after this I was riding in
be equal to the occasion. As a aPullman car by the side of a man
orator Capt. Lynch has"demonstrat- whom I took to be a strict churchman,
his ability and taste on several and a man of wealth. "Pharisee is
er occasions. written all over his face," said I to
s has been stated before, Schu- yself. Then I thought of the Greek
t's orchestra of Jacksonville, one of serf, and I realized that I entertained
'finest musical aggregations in the some of the unbrotherly feeling tp-
uth, has been engaged for both ban- ward the pious rich man that the
iet and ball. A list of the names of traveling salesman had shown towards
meakers at the banquet will be given the poor man. Conscious of my
The Sun of Tuesday. guilt, I resolved to try to be a brother
THE SUN'S SUNDAY SERMON. to the rich as well as to the poor. So
THE UN' SUNDAY SERMON. I began to probe for some good in this
interesting Disd urse by Rev. Herbert rich man's heart. If I had once rlren-
S. Bigelow of Cincinnati. toned the name of Henry George
Oincinnati: Ohio, May 28.-In his probably our conversation would have
rmon at: the Vine Street Congrega- proved fruitless. But his suspicions
mal oh lrah, te ie owe the pastor, were not aroused by learning that I
er wi: sons From was a preacher. I had to find some
iSd-e(aes," will sa y :i-"ii, theme of interest to him. So I aid :
d -, "'I have Jast been reading with con-
an accommodation train going siderable interest, Mr. Carnegie's
from Pittsburg, I was seated be- London speech on Capital and Labor,"
wbat appeared to be a traveling "Yes," said he, "Mr. Oarnegie is a.
aen-a decidedly "chesty" Indi- great man." I could agree to that
l, who soon got an opportunity to with a good conscience. ,
it his character to the passen- "It is wonderful,', said he, "how
pny o Greeks boarded the many millionaires in and about Pitts-
pny o.f Greeks boarded the burg Mr. Carneale has mtde."

Among them were two peasant "Yes," Isaid, "that i. astonishing,"
een with nursing babes in arms. as he named oerthe list n
car was well filled and one ofr as he nmd oer easy tra
otrprodos w From this there was"an easy transi-
%the slesman. The salesman mo oI have very little sympathy with
edtotherearof the car, telling lawsaimed to prevent large otmbina-
gwoman that there was plenty of t ofn capital endured. "It's a
Back there. The woman looked, tommynrot," said he.
it saw no vacant seat. Therefore "The chief element of danger I see,
Sstarted' o take possession. The is in.some of these combinations get-
ting a monopoly of raw materials and
iesman refused to remove his hat titio killing wholesome Competition."
it coat declaring to the woman that He assented to this, and.I was en-
Swould be --- she should sit with oeuIaged to cite the Steel Trust as *an
ien one of the ml~n among the example with it monopoly of the Con
iposilblylr.husband of the wo- ei ioo a great hia c. If he. a
tered in to the altercation. had .sek in that corporation t would
dot pay fr two seas.. You have been ost. Btl the revenue
,ver,. epolAimushhforYodt'wo.eW was trwst ."Ne'bad, surl b d reao*, of
Greek. At that the Amerieamn t e told ns e thits was the iron
o spil the face of the Greek, business. He said that b had p
n te'son- of Athest.ted chased his coke of the F rick Company,
S-:o A : *. for nine years that a to ha
been the eatiomary prire; ad that
t e pasenges eta e tht~e;ir t fIrstof thye t; pi l ad ben
the o nenb glared at each forced up to $ Sa'tOr.' *. :

veit. Yo: don't want It.

keapt Dr i out

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To the fifth nearesterO t estlimtor ........... 200 ter ly 1, and before July to t ,;,.... .... 1,00
To he sixth: ritrteO redt eatrmator........... 100 or the eaest oorreet etharto~ e d or at
To. the aseventh.iartiot rret. estimator......... 50 ter July 15, and before Aug.t ............,',.. ,,0i
o the eighth ne t t estimator....... 8 For the nearest copect estimate received on or af-!
To the next 12 nedalaltiorrect estimator, $15 eaoh 180 ter Aug. 1, aid before Aug 5 .. '..... .1. 1,000
To the next S2'ares orrect estimators, $10 each 270 For the nearest oorreot estimate received Qon or af-
To the next 988 nearei orreotestatitirp, $5 each 4,062 ", te$r Aug. 1 nd'bfo Sept.L I.... .. .. i., ,,'11,000
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ter Dec. 15,'and bef.o Janl,1008.,.... ..... 1,000 tlM .
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REMEMBER. that the CAPITAL PRIZE is *10,0

A if turning ethe subject i psked' "Do u
him it lie could tell nim-how t iireti al their lrnorne
si"ds wee assessed ior taoraiop. I t1 asked.
Maid that a a rule thiy were assessed '"tndpal
as ftrmJlands, but tIht of t the pesit Ien he t
rluablbe holdings were- paUo thba .s face litn up

tplitat. yoai 011Asa fijjvte h, 7
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,nrigur, showing te vwol ior governor si Onelch OT 41kea
estate for ~ t'the pubbt toll yoursD, Big W4.1.11 mt tu xO ti fotalr
vdot (I for tho (6,0111hiHllo c d. 11,110 I'lr t.(. (LL to for9
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S1I,(x, I i i......... 821,050 420,212 1,5 7.,491
193....... .... ,68H U845,012 415,.)7 .: 1,01I,470
I 189 ... 8 ..... 87,460t 828,121 401,845 1,M5(0,082
S.I17 ..........; 4,9H.080 ,i9,79r) 48,91$.: 1,03,078.
S ) i 1199 .......... .. K)0,169 21S),l166 481.861 1',0.40,0
.. I 1901 ..... .,. 827,506 824,526 800,489 i,5442.581
. 1,000 What will be the total vote for (hoverrt4j in thlse three/
S States combined on the 84 day of Novet2iber, 1908? Fig-:
S1,000 ure it out and send in your estimates. It may meau
$ 10,000 in oph to you. ";

soiation has deposited *40,000 In the Ocintral MSavings Bank IDotrot, l
rlses to those making the nearest corroot eltimateo of -he totall Ag*- A
States of Ohio, Massachusetts and Iowa, on ihe od day "of November,

: .Pmsldent,
oount central 8tvinKglBank

..Blank fr Estimates Without Subscrlption.

....(Estimate 16 Cents Eacih.)

M y .stlmates of vote fr r ovrnotor in tlhe o 'tates are.

Send Al Orders to- THE. SUN Galnes ille, Fla.

think that would break up lFe did not know that he had given ais ot
poly of the raw' matorla f sent to the Principl for wohih frost
'eorgoe had contended.
., That principle udratood In' t.
bte4y It woq)d, he replied" fuUnes, would redt the u soul otfthe
bought a moment, and his trateling s*alesman and make of hi m
,la he excalaimed withsome a ChrisMtIan, that I.s, a DeIuocratt
i, "That w ould r Fin 0 Henry George wo ld ,ha, said ..,
s,-apen my coket wo.ld .Itho.'U at. Hteel tft.!.,
.. .t ......apeals : ,0a.i o Gr.eek ,aid to the I ..
. la'd, :."but 0I0:." up g, e n.lmen.. ..L: S' pay "i
I a, i shi Ideal t -L qf for !Ao P Svy sts tOb eahr p.
ZA prventd s orr ~se ahketo ca:T gids to 0e tire ntele, OFl
,iid eeallmd a{tii~tintht i, Iemartt- .. ;:..100'?i
li+ Th t W ul .. ed!ilm ".1 ..sld7.! .+h

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^tor ^ '. jae-Ta extend t tine
ieWpletion of the Westi Florida

,$ B 0 er-T athori tsthe
pa ad pu lio latoi of a dgest
^sAtipllein th~e suprettme

K rii ^ot',, Sains-T-o ,e ipowe r
P In*t #Om"Iioner~ t prov ide wells
oples for animsae on pub-.

tr S -To grant lands in
4,1 OT thie c cstrjtion. of the St.
4tr4l s, ad Northern Rail

S rnairSt o St ton--To create a
a ,forest reserve, and providee for a
,l forestry cornt ssio'i, and the
gmente#and' preservation of the
6 forest reserve.
In the House
i :'.: SrozoIr of Maron introduced in
: the House a bill providing for the. ap-
,:i' poutment, fi a ,.tate text book com-
6' 1::(miislion, cmpoidse of the .Governor,
1': i, State Superintendent of Public In-
Btratieon, Secretary of State, Attorney
,-.; OGenejril]:nd State Treasurer. The du-
is:.:" s of 'io't is ommissio shall be to se-
i lelt Oai s adopt a uniform series or sys-
i: tem; of: text books for the use of the,
pupblie schools of the State for a period
o,' flve .yiarit The bill provides that
th suc6cvssful bidder ah~ll maintain a
i.' depository in each of the three COon
'":"llessol nal:'. districts, and, one to 'four
a|n tim ineeach county, and will be
r eqtlred<,t*Pupply the trade at tlie i-
i1ttfl1 coritract price, which shall- be
p*int'ed upor each book. The bill -ap-
pr.pri~tes $1,000 to put the':act in

onll" i tl other bill the
Morning was one by 4r.
I^.e G:l~idsdn, to grant c rtAmil
is.nde i the State to the St. Andrews,
kQuin id Georgia Railway.
Mr.. Aton, who represents Madi-
il':. Ws : has secured the passage In
L' t ~ o't iie pf anl amendment to the
:;"i laiel tl g to thelnolding of political
ui prlariesI fn the State, The change is
slight the purpose being to make it
easler ftrr the old soldier nd tried
and true Democrats to vote. .Oierks
are Instructed to prepare ballots for
s uoh men.
T I1he liouse this morning, passed Mr.
Watspln's bill, to establish'the' Florida
S Agricultural lnstitutte 'and to provide
for tlie location, support, functions
and control of'tho same.
: One of iho sIcial ordders considered
by th t House this morning was Sen-
Iator Bloiut's mniasure, to define the
.-. grades of instretiont which shall 'be
taught lin thI uniforin Hystenm of pub-
M3i high schools and rurall gtaded
C ebhool, to presCribo eco)iditiotns, i\q-
S ide ftr inspcLlton, anid io snake ap-
S prprlations therefore.
: '6hiA bill hIs blen ipubli sh is tI se
oiiumns. Mr., 'Willard of Aliclina of-
fe d Ar l a mn helnctul nt to section 11,
i ,w I'cI wts adopted, giv rig State aIid
.i'i 't:,. 'schools in ithe rural istric.'s taught
;":',''. y onl' t~i lhr. The' i' oriiatml bill imrn-
A'Jfted ho bnel nlt to aciiools taught by
,/'i twti'telhln'rs+.
.' Otlh$r bitl, pais0id by thle ,t aso tlhus
i,:; orningt iricluded the follow| :
.. ,House hill--To provide for thie p-
vision antd consolidationt of thy' public
statute.s"of the Ssate. o.
l>++:.a H 'O. Gorgo MeOratilty for Mervioca rfrt-
: deled and nuaterial furnished the,
:+ *^:t' a: to lo. nrd of I ol lth.
S;e ltu bill to tin.llol the law rclitlive
tOj the tsale of)" Iliquor witt in four
|'i. n nmilos of any public, or private scholul
S''build idng or, of worse hip.
II / '* *

a H Favors the Liquor Traffic and Giv. s
Stho Reasons Why.
!, : Editor Sun : Auntti' hen oInig wvt,
.. or dry election it is worthy of nolt thlnt
S in the Statit of Now litlnlRhiire, which

; has been a typical,dry State for a long
Number of yt~eri;t,.th futility of "trying
to legislator against' thet sio ole of atiii-
Iaits haR been a<'h ,ltarly deioustranted
thaVill of. the cities of New llamipsh ire
nd at least 100 towns voted In favor
of liOCnse for liquor-iellig ale aloe-
ti :" tlor o0 that issue leld tI~ thl ilh if
S..May. 'P : ....; .. --.. :
The X-Rays.
SRecent expertmeiton, by practical
Sn' (4 P'5 a exe 1n Witl the' i'aid- of
.,l'.tlI as a fact. that
: atilryh 1ortoP tl ch is not. a disease
;of itself, butlt:tthat, it results fronn re-
; heated attacks of laidigestionl. "How
an I Oure My I'tidigestion?". Kodol
la .Cure i thtoultrnds.
U ? NHx re u ou e oindieo tion. iid dys-
lintd pMrevlent to r Ure'i atrrh f
miit!& ch. Kodol4dilf'tV what you
t& MOiiw 0e 0ol1

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S very mother possesses information of vital value to her young,
daughter. That daughter is a precious legacy, and the responsibility
for her future is largely in the hi ads ofthe-.n-other. The mysterious'
change :tlat. develops the thoughtless girl into the thoughtful womanS
should find the mother on the watch day and night. As she cars:fri
the physical well-being of her daughter, so Wil the woman be, an~ her
children also.
When a young girl's thoughts become sluggish, when she experi-
e&ces hecadches, dizziness faintness, and exhibits an abnormal disposi
tin to sleep, pain in the ,bak and lower limbs, eyes 0niM, aesire for.
solitude, andi. dislike for the society of other girs, when she:is a mys-
tery to herself and friends, then the m other should go to her a promptlw y
lAt such a timrthe greatest aid t, na.tuie dla J. Plbaml's
Vegetable Composed. Itjpreare~i the young system for the ooindg
change, aw4 is the su1eat reliance ian this hour of triaL

Ase f a New York irl of I rest

Very 'Mother and Dauhter

in the Land.
.t"DW MAs PZift a :--.Ihope you will publish this letter,for I want an
inothel t~W1o .,ow much good your medicine did my young daughter. Her
health brokedwn about s h. Onths ago, and although she is large for her ,
a geI, ,ad r what.wais wrong with her; hedoetor did not, either,
oer etd. he~for her heart',which pained her a good de;d ; but hedid not
do* ruy oqand we were a aid 'heart trouble would carry her off. Every
Sday Ishe bt :-igeting whiter and thinner.' She had no appetite, and she sat
aiomd 0wItX1tt any ambition; andwas always o o tired to do anything. All
lght long a8 would moan in har aleep, as though in terrible pain.
r i t"I elt terrtbl discouraged; i. was spentg'mobney for doctor's bills
lst alp~gibt she was recevi no help. Atit that iti Ib was taking Lydia
. PI k ian Vegetable Conmpound, and I read in one of your books
alt younws gir~ divided to drop the doctor, and give her your medicine.
I wish yo ouldM see the hange In her, and the pink cheeks Lydia E. Pink-
ham's V.etable oonpound has given he he:, 'he had taken- but half a
b4ttl' when a mfteatruaiton Btarted, again and hei heart trouble .went awa~ like
malie'. It ad her continue ,the medicine, and now she,!is fat, rosy, and perh-
fectly healthy. "Menstnriation is regular and painless, and I owe my thanks
to you d t wonderful redicene. for her good he.-.lth."-Mfas. lAH GAnET
Plu s /73 Tenlth Avenue, New Y'ork City.

Frox hier vast experience ,tn treating female ills, exitendinf
over 20 years, Mrs. Pinkham ha0~ gained a) kniowldge which is of
untold value to every ailing young woman. IIHer advice never falls
to hcl>i. If you need such help write her. Adid:oess Lynn, Mass.
A ilicitio that, has.. Irst.ored so many wonic1t to health arnd can
pr(,hL,' r),ifTp lo f I t4 f;at niust boe regarded witli respect. This is the
reordl Ct 4lEydi Ia Pi lnkinain'' Vegetable. Compnrund, whIich c~tiTno
be e.u.t!:!l,'.l by ally other mdcliine the world has ever produced. '
It is w'll to remember these facts when some druggist, tries to 'get
you to buy something which he says is "just as good." 'hat is impos-
siblo, as no oth(r medicitui has such a record of cures as LydiaU E.
P.inkhani's Vegetable Cornpound; so do not experiment with iutried
medicines, but insist UCupn hliu one you know is )est.
S0Afl FORET if wo 'aln.not forthith produce 'the. orlinal letter and ignatrie o
JUU 'o tt'.timOnlrIal, wlhinh will lp ove its absolute goMnuii>nea, rs
..-L nUa E. PInnkhtan M.,lloilt, Co.. Lylln, lI~I .'


To Ot' o, of Public InUstr't.tion of Alsnhuf a
\V\rt 4 1 uil tt r lie d'' others atlld t;txpilV<'(t
rt'sillnu Ii. tOLh to'rt'ntorn >lsrr'llltil aIs foll4bws:
I l-'lonl11lIt't'ni6K lit, the Sotal.hw\est oI trnerl:.f ,S0<-
dtol I.). t 'oAwnn'l I 66 610.'sOIlth of (ltltLO. 2t east, I
Il.nt rimiiit6 tie ce enst h o Ihe soutlhi:nst to i-
: ..c:sL, 6I6rtI -'-r rno'n't t to I' sou fthciciSt eonnr,-
of Sr lont' !n .T6, 'L'urn.v i,p 11, nsoutiIr ,f lti-r' I21,
I t';.it l tl. LL'. ik I,0-;t Lt e he :lf-tiuln OCs1 tl t t.lhe
n t S:il "t" i > cionUtn ? Tow. ''oAshil) in, suthl of
1 6,I t< w v N' v>. ,t .t 1 thi tn e I iIn t h to thL* hl -tl i-il'o
",lh t os 6 tin,' S south line of Seto lonI :n-, -'TownIsdl
;"ms j ol lti l 'Z O Olu : hll o w vvi".t to tilt,
.in Ii t l-,i r''ornt( t)f Sectilon :4, 'I'ow'ntship ,s
soith )1 o f r l l 'tnn i l 2 t. s t: 'st ttnele nnortli to i.;e

Init i' SI i6ll'(1t 6W. l'ast: Lhehit' o6 u llth to, O t o
).i; itt los'iht o6 1 t it' outlhi n tin' tl' Sot'ctiniol '.
toW\n1hIp J S, 6t6 1e ioJt Of inu c ,- h 0. :I t: tht' nt '
t <,L t he ll northwt6 i t t 'nor'l'' of ',n wL i-Ilithl 9,
' o f 1th It( 61 '.t't;-'t '+s -; i t "'!661ith o'n tone

'' 666'li,- t0 til6
ScpelI'dt l'vIi\ pIet

tit.o lor'1t O' V'll> ti,
'N 11w ttand colt
thiet t'ext'sive Ui
It-e Oft riot II)
wno rit it petilt
of .Sukullsiloet i
trustees ot) thi I
tar nmiotiing in .h
I0ertelu Ir'ti'ed (t
Cainuesvileo, A;
N A M K-^
W)ho, W ,IOll]

W. N.
\Y. P'orte r,
F. 1. 'Vtiriitf.
, .1 J n elr ,.n
W ,. nn.' J ao unt.i
W t I. It, Sttewk
C.A \" ylou.
S V-, llyrsto

J. A, Ml. nustry
W. S I-r"uloe,

Jali -V.dal.
Win&.l hellosrrt

0. Henry Davts,
1,. A. Thrasher,
S. V. Duke,
A. J. L)aCosta,
t.;eo. W. Moye'rs,
i, FII. lktnaon,.
,ifli6bad A. Benlcer,
1lorntlo Davils.
\, M. .Jlohtnson.
. ,J. 'Phoummi,
J. M$. IEnimdsi.
o, t. l'n' ilns.

J. 1o, itau lier,

'. 1,. SC ln lt ir.
I'. \V, Kinnt,

\V. ., ("l r.i1n t r.

II. W\. l.c)nhnni
11). K \1+ t wd w n.
It. 1(. 1 t'elt.i

W. P. C rter,
John Ctve.Jsmt.
L. W. Jawxsonn,
J. Mansws.
T. i. Ellis,
I. S. Me tchhanit.
W. J. tnbt)y,
J. A. I'hirtter.
t. L. PhIfer.
T. F. Thomas,
(0.. W. Perry,
Lec (.rnlahan.
Ernest W. lShwv.
J. P. Walit rlght,
L. J. Ct13'nrtt.
L. 0, I.ynoh.
A\. IK criIYrtIr,
. I;F M. ciirustiry.Jr.,
Evih ts ivllae.
J, F. .Bunch.
J Kelley, MI. D.,
B. It, CoLson,
CI. C. Thowuzas.
J, L. ('raw ford,
J,- .. lFu'tch.
IM.)lT l.


lod o hrl bhy v 4",,' rT ,inn) MY? st'-"n.
ture. P-iral'y thn, h.'use, v.was fire .t
antd wcn -t'h, rto onc: o ", he v,:t.
riddled wit l'l:j t's. '

l.661a69I I .v 6Ii)skr eyILII I., it. IRo.ttby n.
ttour abo,:t 'dto t obt. E'.-a.. iD 'i J A CAarlisle, N(rIICE FOR PUIALICATION,
( I 'ftti .'ht r 6 'i 1l O M o.'or:n WXV, i. Thonmat. Land Oft) ce at aluesvllloe Fla.,
1 44rll 1 .l sI ttnl, %, lt' Ilt- r tr ,t 1 '. ln x. .1, S. i. lroome. April 27. 1W .
otrll-trl ifor1 sll NIt'1o' f i N. trobhlir. N..,MV.Maillphitu. jN6ot'ices Ihereby given that the fOllowiln-
t-l ttiih -iet forict lsc'lool tax for ieury nr.u' O. I i ailey. nltultl settler has tiled notice of ls intntention
e of pitlk6 ftre.t sthoool twiihti ,4 M1en-. .1, A. Mlinn.tnig, to make c(tnpautitatfon proof in supportt of
r\t1r t t o tt-ot ilv'tton 1 nt1 Mnnitin F. It M. Mliartmainn, his claim. and that siid proof will be rmae be-
lion that th rciut tnites L, 1. Mi 'all. 0. W. I rtt, fore elegistefr and Ree.iver at Gainesvllle. Fla..
lNo., Lwltu hs h it inut'tel li6 He- J. A, ltaiuse\v. o. F. lstakk. on June 0, 1%a
i ti'rilto\ e notilninti for -tom2r 1 CIARtLY A. CoL-Anv. o Haue. u ia.
Il11'ul Wi t ls i t. At theltl. NOTICK.,OF L TIO O TAX HdI1.-l4,, the S of Lots ti and 12 of Sec.
kille wrewiviii r %,vWW1 aPti VLI-)TICE (Ai' P! LI(4\TION ]FOR TAX 1 t 'l-p. 8 S. R. 0, g .F
IIsy V( 'h tho tiledLIoIn C'E-l U NIEIR: r Ut1l'ON S OF CHAPTER' Hl t i ies the Tflowing wilnlesS to prove
Ie e.nt"fuistnuniItt,. 4, LA\ W)'LO )A his continuous resdence upon arid t ultivation
of said tan., v-t:
irnil I. toi; Notlce is bhreli-g,..Ilvn 'that J. J. Hlaymana Johnt Cotheru;b George Cottieri, of LaCrosse,
p-urchasiero 1 TINUortltleate No.1 Ti.dAted the Fila.: Benjamuln Wirut(ns, Van- W iens. of
N.Es lsthdIdayof il vuA. t, -lt. hastl iled ai 4certit l ague. hla o
InI. l. C Sniti atqn lat 0 1 c oiltr. and hs titl e applllait for W.. ROBIUNSON. Regiter.
1ta 6 dee11r16' tIo'i I.u ine ia o rtloaorance with lw. Salil --.--...."....-............ ... ...-- .
W. \V en. col etriat euttnlm>oe a the (Illoitnur de.etfibed NO'E
,J. M. lIivi' ,. 'iopertry sltuatcdt in Alaotus oouanty, Flortda. Notlie is s rWeb i given that on the2tl day of
SA. ,Xtl t: June. A. LX), ,1 intend to alvy3 to H1on.
" I. t). 1. l"t oh, Nwt o I4 1On less 4 acre s. See., 1'I II p M ,_t) o. Man Coun nt4t, dte of Aleua oihu nty,
K: lThe MAT.)6. "'" .' ForIda. at his ortc.e In the cityF of Gihtte. sviine.'
r e. The said and ben[g ared at :the date Of for autthorlty to seU that ertain piece. anoel
rt l 0 the isn.iltn') i theuch cenrt)fie lu the name- ad .traetofr lan t Mtubte In the county of Al a-
'tsln, r i. Lick Nlot. Unle .l o ertfloM chua.n.the State" of -. lorida. lnown raLat
3 C, ials. shIaillnt- re'iicotmetl &odording -to law, tax deeNIine 1(9) In the town of Wltdsr. -the-same" as
Pry i. oson will isue' theireon on o tI, h day of tJkme, heretoforOconvey edyb Sayly Howard Mfiit
W. VellsA. ) r. L hou t Marh E. Corolet, twiel deed o con
J.I,, M ,ll W itne' ry oM .ai re, an dSeal this 50Yane lsireeoolrde1L InDed 0tbo 41, at pag I
C. 1% v fon thed 111th day of Njo A k264, the property R* Mtity eoe'tc
J ', "llkix ett. Cir g Coutur a 6hus.Convty.F oreia. "L ... .
"', 'tI Flrl, Ltuar ot:n '6Mai. t"ITrcket i.
:, ICarter. JrIb,. ,
..... W a e +le. 4W = = .'


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l .t ay,'- No to A. B. Chitty. J. R. Emner-
son. ('. N. IMerry. inuspeotors; J. WV. YSmith, i :

M. Ramsey, inspectors: Z. Taylor. clerk.
Fnairbanks. No. 1:i3-W. J, Waits. H. a, Ar-
nold.It. Mcaill,. inspectors; J P. FDeshea,
H. A Blake. inspectors; A. A. Melae, clerk.
Wlndsor, No. 1 --A. J, Feaster, J. M. Beek-
harn D. Phifer. it~spector: R. M. Je6nnings.
-ILke'-View No. ---T A. Johnsn ; '."
Jackson. W'. F, AVant. insptotors; J.* V.M .
-ton, clerk
Hague, No. 7--A. Hague, J. Beentona J.. C
Hague. inspectors: W. Hol., clerk. ; ..
OIce .No. 1 -N-. A. tisteen. Wley Htines;
F- W. Polk; n.spectrs; W. Videon, etlerk
tre i. n1, ehts. No. 9--Columbus' :Rlimd-
tre Pol. A Hllt ,. E Daughtrey, inspectors,
WV. P. 1t11are, clerkt .
l1igh Spr0gs. No )-1aon Futch, W.B.
Riviere, F 1. Atwa er, inspectors; 'C C.
Marrs. clerk.
Bel. No. 2i-' H. Slaughter. A. B Saniromoa.
J. L Watei.L~ tor%: W. T, Everett, elerk,-
e amnpvte. No. -P. H-. Balker.. John PIetwn-
sc erk. h .LewiLY. inspectors: J. L ryes n '
tcevt t eIs there ven tQt six *m n>B tofr
te nrtlt pubiate on hereoa tI as tte tltte-
trat r of estate of 41 P1tsW, dwte ett will
apply to tMe C0i40Y Judge of Att
Flod'a. for a ttna .t&lemem S.sastob -

Admisrotor Z oA
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Many Cities After Meeting of
Next Convention.


Veterans Almost Overwhelm Him I'
Order to 8hake His Hand When He
Entered Halli-Resolutions and Re-
ports of Committees Read.
Ne#w Orleans, !,Say 2,-4Ibe ,second
day's work of the Confed'rato reuieion
was somewhat belated thil mornimig
and at thiehour set 'or the commence-
meet of the 'proceedings but few of
the delegate and reunion- o0fci 1s
w re in attendance
The discussion regarding the city
for the next reunion took tangible
or-m today. Louisville, Chattanooga,
Savannah and St. Louis were mention-
ed. A large delegation is working
at present and no city has the best of
it. Two years ago at Memphis when
1ou2Iesvlc wa afLer the convention it
E::-sine to have the best chance but
t1o vote was taken and Dallas won
out, so that the situation today is no
accurate prediction' of the tinal vote.
It was anaounqed this morning by Ad-
jutant General Mickle that General
GorcJon's health was rn a large meas-
ure restoreOd and he will in all proba-
billty preside over the remaining ses-
,diona of the.reunion.
General Gordon upon entering the
ball was agaij : received with every
manlfestation o f affection and the vet-
evans promptly charged upon him for
tohqe purpose: of shaking his hand. But
for the.,- iorts of general Lee and
General MiCkle they would 'have over-
whelmed him today as they did yesteir
SAfter' `llEng the convention to or-,
&er 'eitetal Gordon announced that
the ex6ePcses would .be Opened, by
singing ,ne stanza of the 'hymn 'All
Ha.l the -Power of Jesus' N'ame." 'The
antfhem.:wa, rendered with fervor and
then tfhe active work of the reunion
,was commenced by the formation of
the committees ohi credentials and res-
ooJ.tions andl by the, reports 6f the
standing coommlttees.
The committee on memorial resolu-
tions, of which J. A. Challaron af
chalrmana, presented a tribute in hon.
or of GCeneral George 'Soorman,. the
late adjutant general of the Confeder.
ate Veterans. It' was read amid deep
silence and' adopted unanimously. The
report of the historical committee was
.resented by General J. J. Horner, the
chairman, It- recounted the work done
during the las't year with the object of
seuring an intpartial record of the at,
titude of the south during the war and
gave the names of several publications
which tho committee declared had not
done full 'justice to the south and
against which the desired
to protest. There report was adopted
without dissent.
Following the report of the commit-
tees -General Gortioq in a neat address
Introduced W. P. Lane, of Texas, who,
ip behalf of the the Sons of Veterans
presented 'the greetings of that organ-
tiation to the Veterans. His speech
was received with much applause and
It was announced that General Gor.
don would address the Sons of Vet.
erana tomorrow.


Mississipplans Make Short Work ol
Law 'Breakcr.
Corinth, Miss., May 22.--After an ex-
piting battle Mose H;'rt, a cn ;ro, wan
shot to death near ;erc la.:dt eveinlut
by a pcl-ure, of c,:4i h aart had bee;n arreiteod for carr.yln.
contceaiedl \voeapr.s arld wIvi'.n (n trid'al
beforo.Mayor Yuning h1' uisfld insultin;'
epithets. Ma!rsihal i, il w.a di:ec<-t
to keop or."er, wh'rliru;::on lhL c?;,'1:
'rroew a i.'c olvco.- ;.ifd i it'"e! u,;>n, t'le o1-
f11c r,. .Lirt i t:][;'e from [lh2 co:" "
room an.It;'. :I1 to a houses near tlit.
ce tn. '' y..T A "';i' f. lt r:;:.te,1' to d.:."

Spa nyitll th notice. ,'

the tatutei of the. State of, lo lrida .w, ithe.
undersianedea, L* Kele A, W. MoDonald. A.
ae o. d- e 16Kelley' 4"
P. ruald spring forourselves. oU jr,"0.0s
later and surcesusorsa to form qAd be ineqts i.

t. Kent shll bethe Doellaeya-M .H. Ke Leym ad
Coipansy, located a dnd' bpvri its Principal
office as place of o busaet don ereb wni n ke,
near w ille Clrekp ,Int be Covernor of tle 'hu J
itad State of Flor eted.
ehl ond-po-e pursses an bllbe,: for which
this corpora i-on s organized, are for buying.
setling acquirli be a dieposing of t umber and
timbered lands atddretl estate of every char-
acter; the manuftoture and sale Of rough and
dressed lumber, reneernl~'agenoert cate ma-
terials. shtogles, and lumber pf every charac-
ter; the operation af tram-roads. steamboats,
lighters, launches, r:otlter boats for the ten-
eral conduct of audh business; buying arid sell-
in goods. wares and.merchandise of any and
all kinds, and generally todoo 'itlthings neces-
sary and proper for the carrying on of said
business, and for these purposes, to have and
possess all the right. beueit. privileges nnd
immunities incident to, and given under, tne
laws of this State, to a oorporation of such
Third--The amount of the capital stock shall
be twenty-four thousand dollars (24.000,00W, to
be divided into two hundred and forty (240)
shares. at a par value o one hundred dollars
(4J.O00) each. Tlht tenaper cent of the capi-
to lStoclr has been paidt in, ad the remainder
subject to call of the Board of Directors of
said corporation.
Fourth-'This corporation shall exist for a
period of twenty (20) years.
Fifth-The businessIs to be oonducted by a
President and Treasurer and Secretary, and a
Ioard of six Directors, whioh officers are to be
chosen by said Board of Directors. And it is
provided that the offices: OfSecretary and
Treasury er may held by one ,rid the same
Sixth-The ofoiers sball ',be elected ait a
Meeting to be held on the fist Mondayi in Jan-
'uary of each year, and until 'the election is
held, the names of the oltders shalt be as
follows: '
J. L. eley President.
A. 'P. Kelley, Vice-PreSident,
J. B. MoDonald, Secretary and Treasurer.
Te. Board of Diectors shall be J. L. Kelley,
A. W. McDonald. A. KelleyJ. B. McDonald.
Q. H.e. elley aT d L. T. McDonald until their
successors shall be elected.
Seventhb-The highest amoirit of Indebted-
nheso r liability to which the corporation dan
at any 'tioe-subtJect itself is ,twenty thousand
dollars ($20,0i00u). :".
Flg *hth -- Names and residences of sub-
scribers; .
J.Jlu. Kelley, (3alnesvlll. Florida.
A, W. MoDonald. Paradise, Florida.
A.' T- Kelley. tochelle. Florida.
J. B'. MeDonald 'tooeelle, Florida.
G. Kelley. Windsor. Florida.
L. B, McDonald Paradise. Flobrida.
SNinth-The subscribilng Incorporators. tOwit:
J. L. Kelley, W. MoDonald, A. T. Kelley. J.
DB, MeDonald. G .Kej)ey. L. McDonald,
have subscribed for the foleowlng amount of
stock6 respectively:
J. LKelle, 90 shares.
A. W. McDonald, 40 shares.
A.T. Kelley., 15 shares.
J. B. McDonald, 40 shares.
n:; H. Kelliey. 15 share.
L.,B. Me iDnald, 40 shares.
The total amount of- stock so subscribed ex-
ceeds ten per cent of the capital stock au-
thorized under this harter.
Tenth--The subscriptions to capital took In
said corporation shall be paid in lawful money
d' the United States, except where the sub'
scriber desires to pay the same in property,
Itbor or Servion, and in such event the same
shall be fxed at a just valuation by the Board
of Directors of said corporation, at a meeting
called for'such purpose,
Be.for o: personally aploare4 J. L, Kelley.
A. W,+oMe.onald,,. A-. T. Keley. 3B. McDonald.
Ci. H. Kelley and L. H. MoDnoald, eaoh of
Whom, being to me w ell known, acknowledged
thatlfthey each duly signed the foregoing pro-
pbsed charter, in the manner and for the uses
and. purposes therein contained and expressed.
J.. L. KBLrm,r.
A. T. KtaELSY.
U. H. Kelley.
i. IB. McDoqA L.n
SwOrn to and subscribed before me this 30th
Sday of April, A. L. 190:.
A.s'to the signatures of J. L. Kelley, A. T.
Keiey. J. B. McDonald, L. 1B. McDonald and
U. H., Kelley,
Notary Public State of FIbrida at Largre.
As to the signature of A. W. McDonald.
1H. C. SMTH.,
Notary Publil for the State of Arkarnsas. My
comnisislon expires August 23, 1906,-
C. C. ThIOMAs, Attorney for Incorporators.. '-
WAldo. No. l--T K. Qodby, S..A. Edrox
s.n. N. C. Pettit, inspectors; J. T. Weeks,
clerk, +
LaCrosse. No. 2--J. H. Cason. P. D. cox. F.
,E. Cellon. inspectors; J. P. lruich, clerk..r
Ahiarhuai. No. 3-KE. E. B]all, 'P. H. Catro, J. W,
,.De. inspectors; WiVn. M. Thomas, clerk.
W llterord, No. '4-R. F. 'thotnas. J. H. Osteen,
E. W. 'Tlonnis, inspectors: J. L. Slocum.coleri.
Tpent0n. No. 5 T. H. Griftn. J. H. Martin, WV
J. Matheiws. Inislcctors: C. W. Slau.hter, clerk,
Ne'wntrry. No. i-. M. ;incaid. M. S. .p-
nicer. J, (. White, inspectors: D.. G Roland,
t'ftn'e.svlle. No. 7+-1. F. Jordaln. L. C. Lynch.
I. I. Peeler. Ins-l,otors: E:. A. Jeffords. olerk.
Haliwthorn. No. --. E. Jolmhnson. D. C. lMcno .
tosh. W. it. V asls. Inspectors; It. H. StrigKfel.
low. clerk;.
Isliarnd t;rove. No. 9- W. 1. B roe. F. M. Cole-
tman. 1. 2. lliker, inspectors: IH. J. Smith.
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ideri of the Forcea 0 ci
President Zelaya,
'ocp Were Routed With Grea
,op and the Revolutionists L'f
seeded in Capturing Large Quan'it
of War Munitions.
San Francisco, May 22.--Eucoi,
koughtner, of Salt Lake, who arr.'A
rm Corito today on the steea
p'ewport, says that General lEst'a .
-the leader of the forces of Pr'situ..
fZelaya IJn Nicaragua, was killed i:-
'battle with the insurgent, near Iivc.;
Son April 27.
His troops were routed with gre'.
0las and the revolutionists succedced
In capturing a large quantity of arms
and ammunition. The Insurgents now
have possession of the port of San
Cl.os and have complete control of
.Lake Nicaragua.

Magnate Will Import Them Under the
Head of Household Effects.
New York,. May 2.,-Under the
deasgnation of' "household eft
fets," J. Plerpont Morgan will
be able to bring Into this country
most of his art treasures that are now
scattered through the museums of Eu-
rope or are In his London house. Mr.
Morgan has ordered his agents to gath-
er all his paintings, brick-aLbra" and
,antiques and it is believed Americans
Will have an opportunity of seeing one
of the finest private collections in
the world. These objects"of art are.
appraised at not less than $2,000,0000,
and had Mr. Morgan imported them a
Year ago he would have been obliged
to pay almost $30,000 as duty. Many
of the paintings and smaller antiques
have been in Mr. Morgan's Park Lane
houde for.more than a year, and there-
for' cem6 under the head of "house-
hold effects;" which are dutiable,
It Is said Mr. Morgari's lease of a
faie home l 1Park 'Lane was made
'nore with a lrew to obtaining a le-
l esidenuce for his'. valuable art
esures. than to have a dwelling
>use In London's famous avenue.
nced and Amused Audience as Her
S Child Lay Dying.
hlcago, May 22.-A dispatch to TIae
ronicle from New York' says:
:Grace George, starring In a play at
local theater, went through her lines
t night under circumstances so try-
a that :h-ber nhvir'cian fpnra forr hor


Market Conditi@i* Gi4ven by Iron Trade
o v... o. Review.
Cleveland, 0., May 2i.-The Iron
T'radet Review in itsa issue this !v swe
says: .
'The expectatiel is that a ronn1 I. :
t ..Bessnemer 'iron tfor delivery hi t:
second halt of the year will be bou i
very shortly by the "ia3 ed States S *.
o0orporatlon mand :uch. a purchase irv
furnlsh the needed stimulus to the i
Iron market at lairge.- There Is b,,,
to be no disagreement between t
steel corporation .and the valley I
nacemen over the price 'for tho ;
ond half, which will be in the rci
borhood of $1p at the furnace,
the Insistence of the turnacenaon
a ton of coke by the corporat:n i
every ton of iron delivered under t
existing contract has been the stahj ;
of recent negotiations. A sale IC.
Bessemeri Iron at $19.40 at furnace f:.
third quarter delivery, Ih relportA.!. T.:,'
fact that the steel corporation \:1'!
make a largo purchase of outside iro'.
In spite of the considerable adrltii;
to its own pig iron capacity this y.ia:
Is on proof of the heavy consumption
of steel products. Another appears
In the pig iron stat.!ti.cs which show
production at the rate of close t, 2i)..
000i,(00 tons a year on May 1, while re-
portod pig Iron stock declined 5.-"
tons in April. Pig lion production is
now at a yearly rate 1,500,000 tc(11
more at this tlme in 1902, when soutlh-
ern No. 2 foundry was selling at from
$16 to $17 at Birmingham. The foun.
dry was at: from $(1 to $17 'at
Birinlngham. .The foundry Iron rmar-
ket, with tje little there is of it, has
shown a further decline the past week,
,and sales have been made of southern
No.2 as low as $15, Birminghai. As,
soclation furnaces maintain their org-
iaal po!tion, and 'are allowing the
market to; 'lhd its' place, Northern-
iron is weaker, though very little is
done, consumers 'not being satisfied
that the bottom has been reached, In
the Chicago market local iron has de,.
clined 50 cents In the week. On the
Atlantic seaboardt4eiport rstles have
ceased and it 's not ex Pected they will
be resumed unless in ocaaoibnal lots
at pronounced concessions,
Increasing domestlo capacity for
producit'g foundry pig Iron. i expect-
ed tO take care of all needs from this
time on. Poundri!es are maintaining
Shigh, rate of output and strikes
few, wag6 demands beng settled for
the most part without seriue Inter.
ruptitn of work. Foundry men evi-
dently do not yet see any such change
in the demand for their Diroducts as
to make. it worth their while to shut
down and .fght, yet some of them note
that inqulrv is not so heavy this month
as In p Oceding months, and are ques-
tioning whether a change is just aheat.



.... .. ,--o, an--. ... "-.. .- uLu i ie was hnefird to say Whiloe
aith.", While she aang, danced and Rome's Street Car Line To, Be Extend. In Jall. that he intended to kill Mr,
nught "roars of laughter froni the ed to LIndatl. Worthen when he was released.c
dience, her only child, 2 years old, Rome, Ga., May 22.-The street car
as dying at her apartments, line willle extetledd to l.indale, a dis, TRAGEDY IN BERRIEN COUNTY.
Miss George Is In ,private life Mrs. tance Of-, mile. .
fl11am A. Brady, wife of the theatri- The citizens" of Rome have subscrlb W. M, tlden Shot and Killed by Jo.
manager. The molnitn the cur. ed $15,000 to aid them, which was the seph Jernigan.
n was running down on .the final condition on which it would be bult. Tifton, Ga., May 22.--W. M. Goldielm
et M'rs. Brady jumped into a cah Tho paspers have been forwarded to was killed by Joteph Jernlgan, 5 miles
Without stopping to change her cos I eW, York and Boston and only await south of Enligma, in B4rrlen county,
pre for her street dres and wad the signature of the capitalists to be Wednesday aftrenoon.
.homlie as fast as the horse could gnt work. Jeridgan hi!sself brought the ,news r
:When she joined her husband Mr. Chari~s N. Fuller, who Is to dl. to lnigma. Ho Satd tht thre had
earned that the child probably redt ,the building, is here. In addl. been a gradeg. between :hmlelf and
not live until morning, she col. tion .o this, A boulevard 40 feet wide Golde, 'flor a long time, and that Geol
Vw llbe 'built by the county to connect den Canme to. Jernlgan's house and
S...the/two cities and will bb macada. after iome words between them, start.
Fe cted Blanket mie with flne rock, edot n to Je igata with a. open knU e,'
on, May 22.'-Ai outbreak of 'A fkne mlne of graphite of first qual. when Jernglan: hot him dead,
'ev$r on board the reformatory ly and apparently Inexhaustible in No other a~onUt has been received
r.wal, which Is lying off Pu- qfuantlty, ,%has jurt lbe n discovered than that bright 'by J0Tngla. Birth LI
t-the mouth of the Thames, has within 6 i Iles of Rome by Mr, J. W. men were farmers with fi=liles a&1(
traced to fever niected blankets 3thls. wer, well known citizens of Beniea
South America. -Thousands f coUofny.
r blankets have been sold and Por Rcan Drouth Broken. .. :.
I1l over the country without even a Jun P. ay 22.- Avenged Slanderous. Remarks.
on prs'ov 'at s ch arcle Secottsboro, Aio., 'May 22.-Thomaa
atihedot provided tVhat sh' arlcl drouth ha bevbi generally broker, by H. Kennedy, ta'pBtogra~her, shot Jmn "
be destroyd, and it is not known c s rins which were preceded by Y g t-wle with a tel t l olly .
the blanket care to Ie sent to heavy tropical storms andi a sllglit eood Tuesdayi ight, Yung dYn in
ioet ae A be sent toe crops ti se.
ll and. e Dly all this morn earthquake. The crops suffered s .bout t irtyr minute. The trouble h
ec.s that it is a scandal' verely and their ruin was narrowly arose over alleged silanlerous remark
lars thatr' It Is a' scandal de-te -an bms k
.oe a a de averted'. The hot i pell was o thhe arosi ovtrit doctoy ae
MdLig .the strictest Investlgation;- evere on record. a out the Kelnnedy family, KEenh dy

urban Ann r ve rsary. threats by Yo ii g Upon hls life. When (
an Juan, P, R May 22.-The t Two Killed by Lightning. Young ad ore fr s Caled at Mr
tnssary of. Cuban independence h Cat tanoogt Tenn., May 22.-Mrs. Y homre or's lle 40 4at ttle
etl Tematemd b.ere fthe in I' 1 Thomas C onutess i wif meof n t meat i f the matter the trouble 'follow
,etor Te embtrs the Spant t i citizen otr erld anvJllle, near Hunts rs. d Youngf i fronm K. tt cky. Kn.
with ew ceptioAn Ignored the vle Ala., and a servat, Margaet ndy i J.
.!vltatona set. them. A Cuban line of Morris, were struck by lightning dv4r. -' C
tleasmers owned by Spanlardu daresseaii lng a Stbrm last night and hlitaitl Polsonei, by Pto nflle;
SipiP a", displayed i ll flagsbut th killed.. .Two daughters: iwrowly, e.. San Jan, P. hy "fMA. y y3; .L-Air..tenrf
americanm, flag this caused much cdm- caped death.. P AQpIe tivrnt :it liaf oarding hout0 bherir
':'i -. were prolfirql tt yesterdayy by "iltk coo
SnT.I-ed." --- ~t^rauth In News Yortk S8 .'tane tainl ptofifnei. !e ve t S't
:o :eNewl York. Vla 2" "-, ""patc rdmay, 2 1--.*d MLt t e alarm rn4t.tio se of gm W '
W::a:at'nte.1? MayV 2h;i 4'e&ont~ll ario.0us parts O'thisIt.a.,l t por i.t tonb 'Lm id :sv the lItie o if Il Ai t
brte ppoiatlt M T r .. ....... ....... .... ... .... trb utff 're_ ,nT.h bt ,A:mert ""d -. ff< Ml,
1Ic3M drelu .hs'e vad -an Ron8i has ftr Oi- 'n ea. "i d the Ufferer*,. Thet. AmNerTas afe't 5% S ,
bb4os apltmgM ligr r Moehier that vTefgettion 1i Ttt]eLbr :q an4 p ;s 4 'wet :M'sKelloeg, *tsrado,: (3 '
eosdjtotit rhrl- n ::teteaeiibpo turage h:a become scas. iarhget 49,, Sc:hulttiand ~ha and V!arrd
fe^ ^,t- .."Ntt ^ ;;fteA .... s sC

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Past Pasonger Runs Into ;
COostruotion Train.
Collision Peccurred Near Harrl. rt
Tenn.--Passenger Train Was L
and RUnning at High Rate of Op..
Construction Foreman Is Hurt.
Clattanooga,,Tena., May 22.-A
ital to The News (rom Haeic.1
Tenn., state that the northbouid i.-.
senger train No. 6, on the Cinekin,.
Southern ran into a convtructicn tri
on ti'e Tennessee Central rallro:id t..
Detrnli2t at the juuctiotn near the t
killing two men., Sam Ruesell i,
Chiaric (Getaimring, workmen on 0t.-
construction train.
F. J. Weir, foreman of thel cocl:tre;,c.
tion crew, was badly lJtinurd, b1lt lit(
fatally. The passenger was late anil
was running at a high rate of speed,


Son of. Schley County Man Subjected
S to Torture.
Ellaville, Ga., May 2S,.-Deta l i havc
Just been learned here of the killing
of the 5-year-cld son of Albert Wa1l,
a prominnent citizen of Sehley coi y,
oY' two hegro boys, agt'd 10 and, i
The negroes enticed the boy ,aito n
shuck pn where, with a heel pin wrap-
ped in a s.juck, they attacked th' boy,
brealting three ribs an Inlllllctug olhcr
Injuries. Spinal Ine4lngtiltis resulted
from which the child died, after much
After torturing thi boy the tegroes
lett hlmn la the shickpen, where he
waio found several hours later. Tho
A*troes rai, away, but returned to got
a look at their work and wore caught.,
.They are, held pentd.ln a full investli
gatlon of. tbir crime by the grand


'orgwae orthen C lbbed to 'Death
.Nar HIa lome.
Sebmlow, Ga., '.fay lll.---orge Wor-
then, a young merebhilt of Plodnmnio
an the Southei'r ralUwty, in the lower
part of thJIs oounty has been murdered.
Mr. Werthen 16ft home late Tul r day,
evening It his' buggy. Filling to re-
turn, search was Instituted for him,
when he waas found on Potato creek,
near Pledmoi.., his head having lieen
badly cru'hsbd :i with a cltb.
Mr. Worthen had liHrry C0lr, aI
negro, arrested and puit In jail hio a
few days ago for stealing a sack of

bowels, but rular action cannot be secure until l the liver
secretes enough btle to make tlhe I ntetines
execute their natural functions. Unat- r
ural agitation caused by cathartics, conmp 6l
continual and Increasing doses to
att.a. c the results. .-
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JR JI L ffl :Pacts on the
S llver;i ures ChliV"
S and' Fever, and every form of
MAlarial,, Bilious, Remitting and Inter-
initttin Pcevers, and, by going to the seat of the
trouble, wiorls petarmnnctt cure.

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pwndasnd What loing

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.i5 a .,,Runs May' wa; .

1is ofl Hawthorn was

Bakgh has returned fro' a
fbne0 trip It High Springs.
Ep.'. Parkeir of. LaCrosse was
| buit Visitor o this ity yester-.

l A. MODavi4 of fellowship was
.' glistr S the Brown House yester

i%' ~I Shlton of 1High Springs was
,Aitngthevlisittors to.ainetvIleo ybes

Sra. Willamn Ltttdaleda and daugh-
ter of H*ti horn are vilsting friends in
this city,
ZrSe. McDonaIld and daughter'
of Rohelle wete visitors, to this clty
ystearda y
.'i 3, Hapmmond the merchant of
t Hawthorn, was ia business visitor to

lames :Turner of Lake View.. was
ll^ igfter i~4ir rell estate interests.
Ihl vfe^ i. ei y ;: '
ye0llwpnOgles1,'V. and2's,,
6i,0-''iwhlrlte, Ti J, O~ne, Wilbr and .L Rob.
pl^ ^ibSB,:".Wtt' bar
liasoofl Kirkwood, made brief visit
'ofriendsi- t s clty .yesterday.
Ms. e:~,v W Hyd e, departed yes-
te.ri 4 orOherryvile, Klansas, where
epeosi: to spend few weeks,
S rs. Wi Roge aind Miiss 0. Cly
ti' n At hi at

aMOO,# R as 'i ,is J hy

lit a. -,ty, a .eit n of Mrs. .

:John Videtn and children of Af'herew

lfteosittt 'in a
Ponare a ow g tho wbq paid his pJdty ah
CouitSyesterday.l 4s-'0trd x "
Mr W. 0, Johnsogan of MeaHigh prpy
made brifo visit to relatives in thisu

of inxaw in thia cin yesterdayay. 4V

coity fatr erptday, or teW tda t
SKrby peeer of chapter Will serve ote

cream and cai e at the bplae wasted in
re eithony yesterd aydo oe for the
be. A. flrof sbythe home monf tme leading t
zens of Micanopy, was transating

Mr.afnd Mrs.T, J MOseaeBnd child
si Hawthorn athin che eitye having.
ome for the purposf he of attening the
commannemcenmet exercises of East

Florjda.-SnJnaty .
3'. xDye of Micaoppy, the success-
ful 'repsOrentative e of e Dile PPar-
trai~t 'Oompany, passed through the
city yesterday.. en routBe to "High
Springs and". other points on ,business.
After several days spent ":among his
old friends ip this olty, John M. Cor-
.bett departed yesterday tfor his home
ir Bay City, Texas. Mr. Oorbett Is
wepl known here, and 'his numerous
friends here were glad' at an opPor-
tnnity to greet him against
VWillltm Andeirao, the electrician
has Accepted a position with the
Gainesville Q I and. Electric Light
Company'. : Ie one of the most com-

../ 4 V -ii oi W. -~ tent young maen in 'ta profession,
1 di" s who "'favored inevle ith a and his friends are gratlfled f to learn
visit yesterday that he will rmaia inn Galtsville..
W, A5.poole ofl Hgh Sfprings was in T W.tts, f formerly of, this. city
the city' yesterday, having ome to bu w ,: formerly of the real e-
eonolt r. Alderman in regard ta ibut, whoiss now engaged. In the real es-
Wiliam o o v to hlfimily -here. Mr, Pitts hias
te^""; .'^mawiTi o of Mt opy, :ne of gre^ in the future of the
the most eOpeihenced orange growerse .....
i the moteperleced orange growers h 8outh Floridat cty, and says it is rapid-
ia:: : the count, was- among those who iy ocmlng o the.front ier*.ery way.
S visited the county capital yesterday The Wialdo r. baseball .team is ex-
i 'Mr. ., B. Ob apl, hIs returned from peeted to :'iare in the city today, and
a visit to her husbandIt t Tallahassee. will meet the Gainesville Jrs. on the
iThe nlunerousr friends of, this estl- local diamond this afternoon. The,
n .able lady are gladtto'0 welcome herl ur'ichins, onsl4daving, their size, are
Sretur rin. good 0hll playerrslaid those who wit-
| Benjamin :Blrown of ,(irkwood was "Uns tlhl game may expect a "hot
in the city for a few hours yesterday. propoaiton0."'
He was on rontoi to his old home, -Nor. Mrs. S. W. Hall of St. Louis, after
:. riston, Ia., where he' will spend the a plea~ it vialt to her brother, R. E.
summerr. lAMahtn, at Candler, has returned to
this Oity. This estimable lady expects
James] Holder, th e merchant of Ro- to rminai here as the guest of rela-
:: hellS.was a buSess visitor to thisl tives, the families of .. O. Mc!Mahan
Itty, yystrdiy. M r. :olesr is also iui and L T. Roux, until the let prox.,
terost:d 1 the t .iavill."o r.cery, when she will return to her home.
Cr qompmly.y In mentioning the:game of baseball
.. ..

of, i TAe
3. 'T. o.h of alm tp., was trading
Io the esiy yesd" da r

fIs Zr. TYoug; a at an;tsg

Sksonvl o are ish ti n ngMr. a4 Mrs.
iA.. rtarpe* altr, he.r .n Ol
Little NfMa Blanche Warren of Jao-
oper wis vilien relatives uin o rtha
Galneyvle for a few drys.
uti. Oe. Worley, for many years a
aremosidenti tvhi county, but npow of
fri4i5 at lgue.
E. W i r th yete for a few hour* yesterday iae
'was n itet'o .Pala ka" where he will
visit frieais fora few days.
FJ. 8. Oster n of the firm of den raves
t Oateoe naval stores operators of
Mican opy, wa among the prominent
folks who visited the county capital
JustiB e J A. J. Stritkland, "the
Jolly Old J dge" from hague, was
among th iitorstn to the county capi-
tal yesterday. He was in his usual
good huiwor.
J.. C. raig, W. A. Snowden and Law-
trene Cainels of Miheanpy, Jas. Howard
of Bellamy. Joseph Shaw of A4achua,
P. B. H. Dudley of Joneaville and J. 0.
HVid ri, of le ington were among the
prominent Alachua countyans who vis-
ited this p ity yesterday.
B. Hampton has returned from
Thorhasville, Ga., where he and family

mandant Hughes, Assistant ". ommand-
wnt Lynto attend the cadetrale of Miss
East lorhiddeminary a Mr.'ock dinp-
to n remained with her s parents, Mr.
East Mrs. t B. hidayen ing, where he
will probably sojourn for several days.
Henry 0. Futch tendered to Com-
mandant Hughes, Assistant (Yomimand-
ant Lynch and the cadet.. officers of
East Florida Seminary a 8 o'clock din-
ner at the elegantt horme of his parents,
East Court street, Friday evening. The
menu consisted of all the delicacies of
the season, and the guests en jojed the
function immensely.
Hon. iobV. W. Davis, who came' ts
Gainesville for the purpose of deliver-
ing the diplomas and medals at the
graduating exercises of the Gainesville
Graded and High School Friday even-
ing, returned to his home in Palatka
early yesterday morning. He 'ex-
pressed his regrets at his inability to
remain among his Gainesville friends
longer'" bt t Msated that his services
were ii urgent demand at home,,
F. G. Sampson of Board man' was in
the city yesterday. .Mr. Samlpson has
in the vicinity of Boardman olie of the
finest orange groves in the country,
comprising ninety acres. It was frozen
down in the fatal freeze of 1894, but
with that energy which is to be com-
mended he stuck to his property and
nursed It back to protft. He. shipped
from the grove last year 2,600, boxes,
and expects to get iext season 10,000

tr. iLi.,apto of Lake 8msvtt
aq a vif^tlr to^thxsaltyj yteenr4Z
3a#v Mlrijia Colson of Trenron is
VisitingS $l faity of P. M. Colson,
A.laahees" are ..
try: ib i'Bas ssah a Liver
Tabiet, T are o o ake and
1S. at tl f t,,e. qr sale by: a.
" aj mii edictine dealers
:Tax Colleeior Eiie isdesires to re-
mind taxpayers that he' proposes to
aurni the 1lis .ctS*Or to the printer to;
morrow aftiproon and Monday fore-
noon will positively be the last-oppor'
tonity to pay toxes. No names will be
stricken off the list after it goes, into
the handr of the printer.
J. MJ.Endel returned yesterday from
New 0rleamis, where he h. a bbee in st;,
tendance at the Confederate Veterans'
Reunion.- lie states that it was iOne of
the grandest spectacles he has ever
had the pleasure of Witnessing, and
that he ..h no regrets to make at the
expenditure of time and money.
Rev. J Holley returned yesterday
from Worthington Springs, where he"
Ihs been recuperating for the past few
days. He is suffering from a stubborn
ttack of rheumatism, and went to that
treiort for the virtue of the water, The
friends of Mi. H6olley will be gratified
to learn that he has slightly improved.
Stephen Cullen of Hague, one of
the successful young farmers of that
section, was trading in the city yester-
day. Mr. Cullep states that the re-
cent rains in his section proved a great
benefit to the crops, which are now
growing prolifleally. Both the staple
and trupk crops are looking fine, and
the planters are feeling greatly enour-
aged over the situation,
last of Winter Residents Depart-Huff-
man House Will Close.
Melrose, May 23.-The last of our
regular winter residents left on Thurs-
das, regretting they could no longer
enoqy the perfect weather we had dur-
ing the las ifew w ees.' The Huffman
HOste has still .asew winter guests,
but will close for the present on May
27. The hotel has had a longer and
more successful season than ever be.
fore in its hiLtory. It has been filled
up time and 'time again and numerous
applicants for rooms had to be declined
many times. Mr. Huffman is an ideal
host and knows how to make his guests
feel at horie and t4iey are glad to ac-
knowledge it by coming every year.
H. Blake has resigned his position
as fireman on the steamer Alert, the
position being now held by Lee Good-
A large consignment of shingles was
brought in- by the Alert last week,
mostly for the Methodist church and,
the home of A. Craig.
The addition to L. Baldwin & Sons'
store is finished. They have now the
largest store in town.
W. IH. Lee has returned from his
trip to Savannah and parts of South
Carolina, and reports having had a
very enjoyable time meeting old
friends at his former home.
Miss Maud Huffman has gone to
Gainesville to attend the commence-

u. y -. ;.*. .*

If. ever LGaineSville
WER in their admiration, of aines-

feeilling a pride and deHight iho any onets

excellent work. The commencement
exercises of.Friday evening were alone
sufficient to swell the hearts :of .very
peron present with pride, when, five
boys and girls, pupils. of the so:ool,
stood on the stage and were pre.ened
with five of the asi gold medals- which
were awarded by the F14rid64 State
Fair committee in a competitive eon-
test, between tl entire n puble chb6o
system of Florida. I' '
The graduating exerelsesof 'the
school began at 8 o'llck, The iho-
grain comprised violin. and pisno .
music, addresses, etc., and Is presented
Music--Violin and Piano ........,i
: ..., .. .Mary aod. Rosalie :Oonnor
Prayer. ........ .... Rev. Thos. P. Hay
Essay-Wonders of the World.....
S..:,......... ..e .Pearl Whetstone
VocaXl Solo--Selected, ;...., ..... ,;r;..-1 .
....- .. .. ..... :. ....... .. .M..r...-W-..--. .Dte..-:.,
Essay-Notable Events-.of teb 1i-:.: .
teenth Centiry .. Addie .Wrigi
Vocal Sol o-elected.. .Miss i ea.i -i.o .
Literary Address.............. .i'
.c ......... Uon. Martin L. Williami ,s
Vocal Solo-Selected'.'........ w...
.. ..J.. .. .-. ..Mrs. J, A.- i
Delivery of Diplomas and Medals .:
S "........."... ... Ion.i R. W Da ii,:: .
The .lterary address of Hon.: Mrtin'
L. Williams of Arcadia was full of'
good logic, and was well .received by
the large aid appreciative audience.
Col. Williams made many eloquent
and practical statemsnnts, and inmil
dentally paid the Gaineaville Graded
and High School many high compnip
ments, all of which he declared the in-
stitutiorn deserved.
The graduates on this occasion were
Misses Pearl Whetstone and Addle
Wright, to whom the diplomas we ;t
presented by Hon. Robt. W. Davis of
Palatka. In presentifig these diplomas
Congressman pavis took deOaseion to
compliment the young ladies by theli
statement that he considered a diploma
from such an institution as the Gaies-
ville Graded and High School alone a
great honor, for he believed that. it
wasthe best public school in the State
of Florida, with the most e'o;rpetent:
corps of instructors.
At the conclusion of his remarks to
Miss Whetstone and Miss Wright,
Judge Davis awarded the State Fair
medals to the winners, who were as ,
follows: For composition, Harvey Mo-
Cormack and Christine Wideiian; for
declamation, Alexander Douglass; for
elocution, Mary Bairdi and Ehel ;

:' rs. eorgo .K, Robtoin Ran er no .r- IetweueO Live uaxi anad Jacksonvile A. U. Hilleiryand son Bert Of Evin- me t .i the S e'nary. ernoerg. e compoumente the.
: i I : :i^i~ihe ibutl u lls H, 0.i Uob Wednesday,In 'which Jaaksonville wa4 gtol who hava
o linhed'ughter, Miss H. G. o. Wednesday, n which Jasnville wa sto who have been spending the past The wet and dry election is causig the most marvelous success i the his-\
Si no n, are In the city fromn OC(al, the viator In a score of 5o to two, The few days at Worthington Springs, a good deal of discussion among ab tory~of the public schools in this or
they !t e guests of relatives, the ftnily 8tin erred in stating that the game was passed through the city yesterday en voters of Melrose, and it Is expected another State.
of, M ,Vlndovoetter, pttch d by Cl haapple. Ollobant of Live route home. Mr. "Hileary has been that a full and solid vote will be east. Arthur Sipprel's Lecture.
Mr. and Mra. Roberts nd child ar- ak pitLeled this game, and it was the suffering from rheumatism, and says Many are expressing their regret Those who can appreciate a good lee-
r lvd thte cty yesaterdny from l g aort itt l o 'urday that Chapple figure that the water greatly relieved him that nothing has been done by the tare o an interesting subject should
SWhite Mr.I Robert s A t For t aiyl n tlih box, i e declares this famous fountainn of Legislature to better regulate the sale not fa 1i to hear Master Sipprell, the
White. Mr et kpl aig lteJ. Iariow of Evnstou, one of youth" to befa-superior to Hot Springs of so-called "home-made wine." It boy lecture, who will addrep the peo
ma~n,,-and woll likgly keep his family eriso t
Shero foran lndleflnitet period. se tipronas imong te re vsto hat for rheumatisin, as. he received more has been the cause of most of the cases ple of this section on .The Klondyke
The tire t nnr meeting of' tihe city amye ogrtay h e s to to l t benefit inl one week at Worthinrgton tried in the Fourteenth district court, and Northwestern territory' at the
SMedical lxamining l~nd of, h yflh ~nt.alou pesa. wre rItidl rt at that in two months spent at the great and no doubt the same result will be opera house Wednesday evening,
District of Florida% will be .ll a word ratpdly ripening ian Arkansas resort.- found in other courts. Ju'ie 8.
I ,l oi y is stio, and that a w an ren r. S hf Stillwntcr, Master Arthr is o hing short of
.t. zo '..s'ti, iLn, I.,er-aRand broken 'inr, after having spent over .$2,OW Chapple Will 'Not Come. marvel in ~trter olelocurion.' He 8
k U--Six ld of hogs. Io lots,hoWever, but it is expected that with the Jt. ors for stomach Bab thuia iho have been a.
married undhers irm ipper bin m eteh Lhi lrs.totld car will mov from Evin-troublU, witu relief, was advised bya banking on the beming boi aFlnd ihart l ~a ii''ye'ta. ofnt
eaapl four mrkel under uare t out June 1. e waterelo his .drrggist. Mr Alex. Richard, tobanking on Chapple the coming boy a a tktad tage of his
otry a. box of Chanmberlan's Stomach season for the Oak 11al1will probably mit to that far-ufNortiaern land to
one va rx pd' ortqi imdersquare 110 her 'reage is alorg in tie 'ieim.ity of auc LiverTblets,' li did so, andis a be disappointed at 'he information tmiPioIe an inter,,ting address Upon
:' Ownt! ctan g t sik by pity ng t Evist.n, and it i calculated that a ll it a if s i be isd at the ir n the subject, which all o have ii heard
S: .'c It ar. bamernin, cma solid ear of these will be sipld abu digestion, t e mouth that this young man has refused to simgn ronounce a most wond'rul.ii t:
S.l Jiine i. i lck of apltite or c;nstipation give wih ththeGainesville team.' He has-been ve and entertaning talk. The le-:i
la Pro. Mi.i Mo-latolh and sister, O. S. Fllo.s, fOrrOri or Al.h a theBe tabllts a trial, and you are playing with Live Oak during the pres- tare ill be g'en for th beetlt of-
Miss Willie' eay, arrived i t ity tin be mor an pleaded Wih entseaso, but toldManager MoAr hoped that both .^ te ad ie '
: :i, yilllesty, arrived in. time city county bhWt now'a rotident of rMiite- tile result. For sale at2enta abox t htheI contract wit t A ta ld thetran wll e
orn lRei yesterday. Prof. Metltos lMnn. was shakiig hands with I by ll d.rtgits and diein dea trur that his contract with :that team a dthe teae will be enoouhat
.returned .lu the afternoon, bat lMiis hifs old Gainesville friends yrerday. P J. K.ndal, fwrl o 1. pould xpinr tooth Oak Haune f, Mwhen a h pro-g a.
.. ..WOUldxp on olune G', whtvireii,: hei pa.tteanana. ..
:Wille May will remain for a few days Is at one time owned at Fairbalnks Crsose, ut who fondr the past eigit aperd oAing to, hOakHawever, eied Man-
,as ;the gest of her sister, Miss Nau ie one of tie tinest orange groaes in the mronllts has beet' the p uce igul prini ge t aelegr est weveray s received at it
S MobtLorwho it teacher in the county, and enjoyed the'distinetin oT ic otl ho bc.t the sueesu. pri tr am yesterday stating tha it ..
S0 Gaini le traded antd High School. bolng the firstom mal the public school art Fort Whitei i. uld beoisible for him to coanme, I
i at U r o.rtaUy yeati a r eal.- hant ofl theft p0 ae "41 th good old eg a T t l d opped tht e
Sdento is : ,and' yeouaty "ax "l '" t r.t F"dalo' t ime good -old The regular ter~of the public school will play with -Live. Oak for tWo rew' ( l"
,o|lrta^~ys acul^ tax^co!-dy. Mdql r. Fellows no^tes wt ?s- at Foertxpr,- Prof. niaider f *the on,
c ai r, btt :who :ti no co nducting ,a ure thgreat improvement in Gaines,- Kendall is now teh'ing:Poful IadeI6fthe Iseason u
tarl near AlaEhus, retuned to his ville, which he says will always be dear normal class. H stes thathe b-School Election

owth d are okig fre just ToC. a i t y tendne of it a aan dt Jln A pe tthe notice norof the town of Alachda Strong
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