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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Miowdy yand T- usday

LY, 8EPTEXBER ?4 194


wanasfl pmffKHm ^-

Mlfo Ch.icag. ut wh. o se. -nam
is withheld by the managers of the in-
%Mi dream ed that she was Jump.
W-4 winow.,
Wmkisbe rih to the window .1
r ;Sth four stories above the ce
- st "Biveway,3 pushed oat the scrse
hgilttbuq u pS'eat leaped Into space. Her sister
vakhe8i Just in time to catch a fl
S131 -g limpse of the woamn's night robe
-**** a" *sh&Wared the window sill.
A1R.1IM efstlBmang woman crashed into san
---.i e aiH bedow. which broke her fall
WiSgaiylo* ad aWd her from being crashed to
psti 6 :r6ouMy Leth. As it was, she aroe with
guergn W~as cmt enly brafsed elbow.

bearing the archbishop
br from Bar Harbor, Me.,
wa w wrecked on the Bosto
$may divisiw of the New York
Sthe statli here today. 1
iw hialhe .was asot e I
gg c ry snakes Up J. -P
p vitl Iof Yhrk.c who was also

i -5elat was nning 60 mtes

SA he. wca
^i, was jmt passingthe-sitation

ii rooeflldbranch, ran up the
c for some reason eneapinin-
Tbeatgine of the special sighted
Apt at ba ot on acceoat of the
0"ot o tie train and slippery
dut th aills, du to the mist

bsh to do more ptha sllghly re-
ie sp of his vtoi hie. The
seer oft the brancb-eiglaa. ea~rd
-po*Lubot had not flue t move
go 0 'Way.-
w a-rsblshop'a train. struck the
|| B*eBt enne :"with-- fa-tap
vrsh-arnhmdeml'he The1
ricomotive was thrown from the
ad acsrom the east bond track
sb wvrokof the North Brook-1
vaine. The cars did not leave

msxdiatoy It was realized that
me ot hatheblsbop and Mrs.
WWmWas well as others attending
i. had bee imperid' and first
idfte-awre f them. Rev. z. El
16Ae rcbseh p0(s getary, an
red for those In th archbishop's
eer~ayvig n One--was wound-
WiM th the arish besides Mr
mi and Mt. N"a were Rev.
MoidefnU, and Re. LJ. 31son and
|iS. It ^ was ruWamred that a
I was hurt, but her injulries were
is Trafic a the roaad
bklued for sa ee tine.
etWof the tra employs were

ast W speed of the ape.
tat thesolntary engine was
Is! l dts befor It was

pstow., eet2."- hotn -ilc."it hebo-
weanIieMTably amae

r~ liftjii iiif :;
:- 1l^c l |^ -

I A oealem sat ea atd
*nhe-sfel e
ftmB Ssli., 1-AS-& northbomnd
ai^infaton.tCae peak. and1
l^^liri~eE~i'.tt^^B late^
enmn t engines, kilings Rn'

mlie laD ay. a -the'- ssen
I. l sevreyinjuredBa' James1
k~da freght freinh-
mwa usea tht freight engine
s4 tp^by ^ inThe accident.1
(noeto the -catelesaneom
brakeman whac

nowna as

rT ^ tsgth'r ters1
^^B^^^ 'attf'^eethers

warpean Spinners Taking Much FProw
eo.rgiaand Alabama.
Cohmabas, GCa.. Sept 4.-Most ol
the cotton that kas beea marketed Sc
far this season in Columbus from the
neighbvrin; sections of Georgia and
Alabama as been shipped to. EUro,-
pean spinners. Warehouse receipts
-ave been over 1O,00 bales, and All of
this but about ,-.- bales has been
dold, the pgeater portion being e.-
ported. The local mills have bought
e tar only 1.6IS bales. A cotton buy.
lg Aria which- has bought 5.0'0 balee
this season, has shipped practcally all
of this cotton to Englpnd and conti-
nental spinnerso. ,ay 300 bales of the
entire 5.000 going to New England. A
representative of this flrm said he
never saw such a remarkable cuoan

The consumption of cotton In the
Columbus-mills is increasing steadily
each year, as four new cotton mills
have been erected here lanfour years
time. The local consumption is now
conalderably over 40.000 bales per an--
aim,. and this makes 'Colum ua a
splendid cotton market


Hawklnsville Is To Have Another Imn.
portent Rail Lin*k.
SHawkInsm"l a. Sept. -f-Thlngs
seEm to be setting lively in railroad
circles here.
A wellknown ra!lway contractor
ad I builder -has 'been engaged, so:
seemingly well founded advices say,I
to build one of the lins- necessary to
complete the railroad from Hawkins--
i Uile to Balabridge. A number of-
short lines already exist that almost
connect these two important points.
The iead will traverse a Ane section
of coW try and wi'. take in the towns
of Hlawkldsville, Sylvester. Ashburn,
Wl1liagham. Carisle, Tiehencr, Doe-
rtn,.Sale City, Pelham and IBalubridge,
only a few miles remain to be filled
in to complete this important through-
,a- k!asvHeaus are nursing the raiL
road situation carefully and witt le
aothm good go by.


Rev. Kslley Laves His Home In a
Mysterious Way.
SAusta, Ga.. Sept. m4.--v. W. A
e., as tor of the North Augusta
Metodat church. has disappeared. He
left his hom last Friday and no trace
of him has yet been discovered. Thisl
is the third time that Mr. Kelley has
disappeared mysteriously, but this
time his disappearance seems to be
more complete than ever.
hae te -ever.
ist ft. and immedi te friead
have kept &e matter qulet and work-.

assistance of the newspapes- wa
asked to locate the missing minister.

aosvrned as a of

t is eaesd that he may ave e-
. _- them _

m-aks of a-ablsspa, Lae acts



ivtigtion htG Ltt lo
*T W: La a isste. .:


port Made as to h Causes Lea
g to La horror a Ne
York in Which a Thousand Lives
War Lost.. -
N ew York, Sept. 24.-A lengthy re-
porf has just bee-n made public of aa
investigation by the local board T-
steamboat inspectors into the general,
Slocum steamer disaster which occur-
red in the East river last June and
cost nearly 1,000 lives.
. The report concludes by annontciag
the revocation of the licenses olf 011
ers aboard the Sloeum 'asqollows:
Willatm Van Schaack. master and
pilot; Edward Van Ward and Benja-
min F. ConkHia, chief engineer.
Briefly summarized the principal
points of the board's report are:
-That the fire was discovered at the
upper end of the sunken meadow and
that North Brother, Island was the
nearest available point to reach.
The steamer's life-saving appliases
were Inadequate% but had the boat
been supplied with double the Bnum
ber not another life would have bee
Ssaied. because of the incompetence of
the crew. That there was an abso-
lute lack of discipline of the crew- b
cause of the negligence of the master
and of the pl.ot.
That iare drill. had bees neglected
and that, had the crew been trained
as the law requires, such disease
wold have been almost lionceivab
That one of the crew to his Ignoramee
added to the inciplent flames by throw-
JgE thereon an empty bag which had
contained charcoal. That the chief
engineer wps grossly negligent whem
noted of the fire In that he did not
see that the hose had been connected
and the water turned on.
The investigation began July C. a,
was delayed by the .InJries oft Captan
Van Schaack whloh confined him -:
tIbehosptal. T'nder the law the
boof ocly took up the eoaduct of the
vesel' s licensed oiReers. The othei
phases of- the disaster were investS.
gated by a special commlabson appoint-
ed on request of President Roosevelt.
ana consisting of General Wilson. o
the army, and Commander Winslow, of
the navy. This commission has not
yet made public its report.
The report reviews evidence g-i .e
by river capta s and expert .as
river pilots and continues:
A few minutes after the mater
was made aware that the Sloe- n was"
n fire. he gave orders to the :.lot
to beach the vessel on the Norh
Brother IElad. Tt ord er w
obeyed and the steamer was beact
probably within there m -utes.
"I the face of the evidence we CE
not, in justice, arrive at any coeds

favorable criticism passed upon Cap
tits Van Scheack for not havin
beached his steamer at some other

cording to this view. was due to- h
Impossibility -t equipping 1,500 per
sons. mostly children-. a. few uni
utes and not to the age of the ipe
servers. The evidence before as in

dicates an absolute lack of d.e pf-l.
on the par of the crew te .-Aei- t

of thu master of the Steamer and the
pt who under the a next
the master WI cbare, n oelW se 4e1
provisions 'whch eie a
eere 'once at least each week to eal
hands to qarears and gereise tea
in discipline and use d the fre ngp

-ee thiat al qs===ats m
law arem a i ete wuaiwkcserfor

SSchoo: Thi- Ts.n -Plsn! Pic-
talc and Pasty-Other Notes.
Lake View Sept. L-ie are having
some ah needed aim.
The farmer are all busygathering
their cotuto ad eorn. The cotton
-rop beingshort inai vifty will all
be gathered by about the middle of
Miss Queen Jobuaon one of Lake
View's ehaiag fountg ladlis, left
lat week to take charge of the Center
Mesrs We. T. amae of Pimland
Mandango island and W. W. Scott of
Arcadia, who have been speeding a
few day in ouar midst visiting old
fieadsand relatives, left for their
houmeslastW eaay.* V
Owingtoa lak eof children wewill
have no ebo4thifal. This i to be
regretted, for it is sah a diudrantage
to send our children elsewhere to

MAismAnime Turner returned Satur-
day from Flemington sad Orange
Lake, where she bas been isiting rela
Lives for a few days.
i. G. Gaisage of Areadia is spend-
iagAome ti'e here with old friends.
Last Tueaday a jolly crowd met on
Cross Creek and enjoyed the day with
a big fh-frey. Some of the young
Ikes went boat riding and caught a

Friday night there was a maeial at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B,
Guthezy. Some of the guess danoed,
while aes played that exciting

Miss Za Tarner left for Gaines-
Tile SSa=ay morning. She will at-
tea the hi school there this er.
M eMau MeKay of Cross Creek
a a faew days last week the guest of
MisesZora andl Ananie TuMer
B. Dansy of Reddiek was visit g
tives here this week.
B. L. Pasting has been spending
nme time atsOange Lane.


Property WI be Sold for Taxes-News
SofPersonal Coaracter
eire, September 2-Mr4. -. C.
Husband ad daughter havc gone to

The sale tf property OB which the
town taxes remain unpaid will take
place October th at the town hall.
MiasiJsephine Stevens of Jackson-
wille is visisfi Miss 'Mmuie -RobinsoN.
E.i. Puiest aud Miss E*a Priest re-
turned Mosday frea verwy pleasant
trip North. Rev .Julia has also re-
turned fre the North.
Mn .CMcRae eToo" TueWMay for High
Spring, where 1Ab will be the goest
of Miss M. MorAsis.
The Misue Carrie and Grase Uglow
of Sturhe wee te guests of Mrs. 0.
C. Grimes for a few days.
The mayer has issued his yearly

se h at as tfhe biped that the
porkw ilbe dne promgatly, so as to the town look if bet when our

frnals with a trip to Pupkia Push
and aesai on the lakson Monday at..

Mrs. S. Sttot):

Isk Lad*r Leys Race is Fast Flap

e a the A rl -: E. ed.

aeorins-ilt is dyin. We r eaa
_ -_. ...-. b __ -.. ._. e A .

--I5 the 4i- w e
.A" .. .

Omrsx~is ok .



Another Sa To FA --d-

ter Nott Kcwt. -
Kanoxville, Tena., SeG pt. ?'-k a
cla to The Setiel t r_ Jelie -:
-A terrinc exploila oearre aboUt
S o'clock this morning at the Je
Powder company's works, about a mile
from this place. LeOt Him wasa ffi
ad Sam Harvey is ta ht to b h
tally wounded. The asccaMeln woear
red m the building known as t -
-"Coming Depot,' and -the atapi
with its contents was completely d
molished. The clothing was b rne
entirely from HIIbs body, sad is
form was burned almost to a crip-
Harvey was also very severely N
- -. The case af the disaster ia s


Japane Amiuans Oamesden AgiA-
St. Peterse'. rg, Sp. 2-2.-G l
Kropatkin Mtelrah tat t
nese have assumed the Ofts
Dentslaputze on Fe Pas whl a IS
the railroad between Makma aa
shun about 12 miles te MnUkdem.

Lendon, Sept. 24.-Rseasia -
are displaying great activity Ma s -e
lug ooaJ-at Liverpool for VladsostetW
Theiy oer $6 per ton, plus -er4 :
Upon the ship' departue a aagW
#3,75 on arrival at VIadivostok. Th -
irms generally are m lAgtiag jsat h AW
fe wshps have been d te
Kong being the otsteible eat

Toko, Sept. 23.-1 p. .t'-Aa e
cial telegram reports tOhat fghts eAd
takes place at the towns : Tilllg
and San Ku. 1 miles or theast Att
Yang, on Sept. 1C. The dispatch -:
-"Or departure advanced thro
Heinuchsuang. on Sept. a4atd Mk
ed the enemy. conistlg of MM
pay of infantry, some cavalxry aI a
machine gun staltloed at Tid a
a battalion of infattry -ad S esw
sIry, six qulck rlag and oae aa
gum, stationed ot Sanaw ga. -
Russians, who were drtven to ta

w e -Try : ,*- + -- :

Cemitien oef Wfe o Vicorey or sef
-w_ : zv.

Loado. .Sept. L-W .. ..4.r .
lady Curson, wie f the vihies rl
India, who wau takenB IN agr *qat
a Is adi areeal, but amat lp
pdhis mm *
A dispatch frum Walmg- eagg
Dover ,tAe W sii

ports. sayf ine larpdy*as st x
well miinta_.-e&

a"t all of thea were ka a -"i-.
upol Lady COrgg tasememar @1


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et ends to Onlyk 0
eCosuep fortler e Weas

- i~-tet -e-on will
lk&Wa good&leof
or the matteryesterday
o informed the reporter
already secured several
at are strictly first-elass
Sin evr pa r i
t-tre. a d will be Vol-
rIoimpne witheq-aliy
dlieirais have not yet
'he companies that will
gl have been made' or
Bat to anO the public
begin only ft,-class
oknnlyklhgb-c eluagtss
a to wIn bick the- eaM-
e losing public
t tiie atteadane may

the fuure than It has
Bell Wo bas been prin-
_b&Ua igBchool, )aa
wIS orp.enag: th e 11

wfdtomaethis move,
-)mbu. i. a large one
rwbl ,Bekoain.. is not

uk e merp th#eb aldar
t preeet wathoat a phn-

was thus engaged that

l *wmaaI was d@. ed by Dr. Me-
a afthooItint p

gw of battshad a pure complexion,
iake *B1 wom -beau tfl. Tak a-
inafl d40e of Herbine after each
al it will prevent constipation and
belpdigest what you have eaten. 0e.
Wn. H. Strom!, Midlothian .
-zam, wriies, aj31 1801? "We have
law Rerbeiane our family for eight
yewsesaL foud-is the best medicine-
me er wsll for conatipion, bilos
1"vdger Mwhartia." yo a by W. 6.
Jonsn ^a ^B M. odMdlhan

-he eoatlrniloshd get a
a". on sa distrnbe the large
amef e adveftis*Ttmatter now on
hmde bo ha ve te eav tho -andi
IbuageWrtt bedMSbwsv ad n ord r

*0th, i Is k ery that the matter be-
a-lma mm^vians*.ir.
^.s e hos are doizg wath they
liatth eWof advertising bes tow o

St sweenesareiiB pw u sger should
In t r b -.ed *a-

Sit edes "Dow be
-'s^t ^ llt ir batt&

bem -absfator tbo pus thee or tour
niu ihon* *an t te our toe
I.v .i e fom New Yo- for-. me.
00 thel thL but th fb-owing
letter re _ied by The San explains
hI_ msa nisf .e a da -midelay* The
letter, wi wA .iten from Boston
- 1 ed-o sail ar the1th as I hiad
on tke d18th, aw: ..t np ,.
written yoror. sacount of serious ill-
nes 'I am now botwe down with
ispewthe ::^ -:- -Ad-.
ams. It was naturally terrible blow
to me, and we shall miss him very :-
Mrs. Susanne Adiam. to whom ref.
eree is maden ies one of Amerieas.
famous opea singers and musicians,
and was married to the nephew of
Prof. Fokitt several years ago. The
friend* of Prof. Iakett in Gainesville
and other sections of the State will
deeply sympathize with him in ehis
aistortune. -
Prof. :oketi eoneludes hiri letter
with the atialm:ei tha:t he would

home at any ti-me.
Emergency Medicines.
It is areatconrenience to have at
hand reliable remedies for use in cases
of accident and for slight injuries and
aitaents. A good liniment and one
that is fast becoming a favorite if not
household necessity is Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. By applying it promptly
toa tt. bruise or burn it allays the
pain and caes_ the injury to heal in
about one-third the time usually re-
quired, and a it is an antiseptic it pre-
vents any daner of blood poisoning.
WhenB Pat Balm ii kept at hand a
pran may be treated bore inflam-
mation seti in, which insures a quick
relief. For sale by all dragists.
Wil be United in Matrimony to CI arm-
ing Y.ungLady of Ocala.
At Ocala Mr. al Mrs. Robert Lock-
ridge Ande:on hav I*ent out invita-
tions to the mftarriage of their daugh-
ter, Rebeeea, to Mr. Robert Clifton
OCap, on the evening of October 5, at
9 o'lo-k, at their home on South Third
This announcement comes as a pleas-

bride, as maid of honor, and Mr. Geo.
Armstrong of Savannah, as best man,
will be the only attendants at this
wedding, whichwill be a large and
beautiful home one.
Mr. and Mn. Camp's wedding jour-

ney will include a trip through the
We*t, aid after the first of January
they will be at home at Sarasota.
Owing to the prominence and popn-
larity of Kr. Camp and Mis Ander-
so, great interetcenter in this wed-
ding, which will be a brilliant ocial-
event. .
SMr. Camp i well and favorably
known, i thi eity aMd section, and his
nunemous OGainesville _nd Levy county
friends will extend congratulations in
advance. __
SWhs th. oat.t
Whe1n -the nnftntitv nf fnfol dtken is

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Wt ~ hv .orM (26i.-

Five Lieo Heads cut m wimu
Ce Package aend a -e t
AtaOp Mutht ye. (In aitnomto
the regular fe premams) toto
e vote. TM a2-cent stamp cov
er- Our agknwledltmet to ymou
t a year esrtmateA Is record
Y ca" ad a = anyet-

Si Fabt Puat $AI 5
wE rlm nade t the t we hI ue

Weaalso offeriSeuSptodICcash Pdssstees
arks. (Paticatrs in esch cas of LaUuCofs.Y

-Cah to ,t4i Co um- r in or et World's Fair CoCM-
2139 people get checks, 2139 mor wll et te i e

ats almtbat) at the ectt-
SNovelmer 8, i o94?
In 1900 election, 13,959,653 peoplevoted
Sfor President. For earest -correctiva -
mates received in Woolson Spi-ce C -
a ,pnyA office, Toledo, 0.. on or bei
lNovembet 5. 1904. we will give fst
prize for the neest correct tmat,
second prie to the s--t m, _.,

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MOPRNe&- ......... .... ..
to sa-- aoo .. ..... .........
5 gtmS- --o I::: -::.::
1w0 MM "AL,
25 imS 00
1800 Psen- 5.

How Would Your Nae k on ne of Tese
Evel-bod uses ed ee. fyuwie N?Mtinube sbitemd
eowmumcejthere is -o other sack value for te y. Th~c.zwitake sootHe- ndthats wyOwe AwIse O
wem.usare.ini ndvrtis a mo.ey so that both at so as we-will get bene. H cefey --
vL IO _N cO FF.

Wiez WICE, 1U UT _____

3oard Has Athoried Epedi
ture of $1,000.

Largest Enrolment in the History of


The tfWMtion TWi a T ri a cnir rati fiwor M athe i-
Title i what youpay for when yu buy land; t f
-,now what you are buying. -

r-TIl riuri iafiuble correctly re ld t y by.

YIL hi

the SchooExpectd for This Term, iL flU
Many Letters Now Being Received
From All Sections. _
East Florida Seminary is to have a--
first- rlaw nhvdiail laboratory a t once. I

too large or the quality too rich, sour This news was received yesterday by
stomach is likely to follow, and espe. Superintendent Pound, and will be
dally so if the digeseion has been hailed with delight by the students
weakened by constipation. Et slow.- nd patrons alike of this leading insti-
ly and aot too freely digested food Aution throughoouttheeouanity.
Mastlcate the food thoroughly. Let :The superintendent was yesterday
five hours elapse between meals, and "authorized by the board of trustees to
when you feel a fullness and weight expend the sum of $1.000 for the put-
sn fhaftert-pow of fily eqipinga physical lab
Ing, tke Chumberilain'Is 8tomac-and
.Liver TabletS- and -the sour omah ortoryf the institution .
may-be avoided. For sale by all drug- This, toether ith other improve-
Work is P ress made in the school for this ear, ye will,
k o th ne- __, t_ .i place it sieeond to none in the country,
--- e the new store buildinx- t". r la
being erected sh er- of ,i nd i y fi an-d 1rS that
Uao aSouth iversity streets by should reiiothe ilarge- number of
Ms. -V.pDuke us g ly, pregholatingpidled.
and within the ext few days the In Praisae f Ch le inbWls c, Cho
building will be edy for oepapeney. era and Diar1 Re .

p risel .Of Ch tis sol e Wia
u., latwea i rsaw fr .era ardend Diarrhoea me .. Way Mr.
able iad will no doobt -enjo a ..t-Ns" Ae of i sa5.m,~
... .eble and tus a--bindasd -ea
Has *w---i-e fame for ware ed, Mt. 0 Jehino. w


Shu-couty ibstratoi
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-Ilf the Goods DOnt Sult.

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a.fng oho i-rm heer*d of the Florida EAs n oP- W -
Wtv. e ralway, with the view of deteItoilthe
Sey ya a leaIbility of extending t ie soathn
t 1 s etimsfrom key to key and aeroes nuter_, B d
pr)rtssThum almost expansee of water to Key West.
-Nprse ,atpropAonfo aanda "This ia oriofthe greatest est.a ini
-.nd fee tht i- rse ,e in -ailroading ever undertaken, or, at sta | 3
_ --e a -gate, to handl. ti soub- least advocated. tpon the report of i Jwy eSe
ob these engineers, who aret amog the
t a- te -.-!lhase, we oess ay that best in the country, wilt depend the i la u
wi'ite tbere baees op. forte of the railroad ofeials to brioR I eng1h^ east aei
len A gf he dfe:t lines of to a oTcewasfl end the onstretio of p a3 fr me
pcogi aratory has been that our the proposed exteuslon. Those who
psres, as it shold be. has come know Mr. Flagler and his associate
gies. wbhi a ;d f tl from without their indomintable will, khoywiat, .. s.
:0litf UT.aisble Tn i i pmea once undertaken, nothing but inseur- k m |^ -eue*.-O r tn
he beenaiebyhome pital, which mountable obtacles will prevent the
aS bes o w :l.e advantage to our ultimate arrival in Key West of the 4 I
pple, as thereby large amount of Florid East Coast railroad. Money, ....|
gmt i have been -md. W We have labor t and time will eonth for nothing.
aIa *"e m aye ways. hall of weish The seemingly impossible is to *be ,y
t oar credit and we desire to call made poaible, if such a deed i ac-e-- erald __-. eo___ _er_ lage
yemr attention directly to thi. progress complishable. EPFFCT OF REPUBLICAN Fe i
I oiler ~~i we may know iow ue "A.lready a force of engineers a d E ANo d ine
e d so doing, to ll place assistant, equipped with every pssi-
b yr advancement, we pro ble instrumea for arveying the land, The Baton Herald does pot take a-
ueed to nase a few items, and by con- sounding for bottom in the water, and very cheerful view of the govern-
Iarison say that our population has for emforts while practilly exiled menL's financial cutlool. vr epublihean

thouand; Tehrees from three to little islands, re t he field, and treasury in a very bd way. The de-
aixt.&a-foor of which are of brick; otbhera are being prepared to get away figit continues to roll up a balance on
as pbtle school to two; the Easti as rapidly as boats can be prepared wrong side of th leger. August
Florida Seninary brought to its proes- for their accommodation. shows an excess of expenditures over
ein efflemy from a ssnall school the 'Two large house boatS for this pur receipts amounting to not far from1
ren ovalan establishment of the Un- pose are nqw being fbutled ahead eto 7, o. mHis, taken i connection t office; the baldin- of completion in this port. They wi-be wIith the dewit shown in July, waill
a complete ystem of waterworks, fMr. large, eaworthy and sufficiently corin- meke a total defiit of more than'l
Ulbing the betof pure waiter, owned fortable to accommodate a large crew h(ooGxeOOmfor iteura two months of
bythe city a See re alarma system; I of men, a number of whom are her I"u earryet fiscal year. The receipts
the bildiMng of two lee fetoriel ; the already awaiting their completion. rlA. uthss were lighter taa thoie for
1es1tb-amep t of and electric "Within a month or ix weeks they the same onvth of either of the two
pI as; fonr wood mantactories; the wuill be off o the tasklbtat wih n eteropreceding tears. ThS decline, p sa
u-lisdi of three I ralroads in ptlae mineil a matter of at importance not Th Herid, has come very largely
of one; the stabshment of two fr- olyto thepubli ut to thegovern- throh the facing off in the import
istatries in plae of m oeM th meat, aad the world. Several months oof tiabltegoods, while oar imports
tablmis fiet h a tarieontine them-. wil be occupied ini thAei Soeya, bayt i t gofod on the free list has advanced.o
eat sytofaterisgeompany; the e is expected that by oext spri the l more than oe instance the Die
tabhisebuat of two wealthy banks In engineers will be able to give or dispel rates of -dty are practically prohib-

(~8) briek bdings,tsany of which the former. insea of touring i a ver
af m---tly, in aa-of none; the lee are .e at large amount of revenue, they prom
tiem of manay elegant sad eastly redi* NE WON'T PAY HIS BILL.. duce buta small amnont of income
deOae; the partUig pavment of many t h- for the treasury, owing to the limn.
ot oar trees, when there were none; Delsid ews Of all the mean "aoan ipord while the
we iave jUstly become the educational men on his earth, and in the place be reene la month fell far below
eenterf a large art of this section neath, he meadesit man i he who Ca the levetfor tie month of Angau in
of t Stat.u Of til these atd ansy b' e wi not pay amnst bill t l e to 93 or 1E. the expndttire n
ma evidences oprogress we are nat. A thief may enter ia the night time have advanced eormoaly. The gain
uallym ueswOatwfted jtw, i thBe tI b e ba ahe over the expendit es for Augast of
past expenditure of tbeaoney aeces- is not so meane as the man who owes last- year is 18 per cent, an increase
yfthr segrea lpprovements we you, sports around with money in his almost one-fifth, and yet the Republi-
are today aot the end of our *posi. pocket, with credit in his bank book, ae say tat the population of the
bilties norhas the end of our cape nd-refusesAo pay a st bill. countr has increased,therefore the er.
biltles been reached, for we still have A train is held up iy depraved me-pen ituures must also increase; and a
witin er limit. men of wealth who who wish tooaquire meh for little- leading Republican organ sik The ew
lhae monei to e In all legitimate who hope to ate a h and re-. Yorkribe welcomes ti as another
topuIS. Jtire from the busineu"-tbet the rob- g toward te, two billion eark in
o the other side Wmost come in or- be is not so se all as he who refuses oagtheionalexpeditores. Othur coun-
der tso awaken thepblic plse to our to settle little bills when they are try sat peace, there hau been no ma
pfigtatand future watsand we must owed to om, Diek ad Ha1ry trial change n the conditions, as far
retrospect seavs toghow where we There are times la the life of every as the country itself is aconcerned from
stead. We eai to mind that while we man when be cannot meet in bill.. hat ruled in August of 1903 and I2,
have been progreing along the line The rich and the poor have thbr ai t aid yet, as we have said, aational
be ildtate our he, hborw ihave o perien-c' Collections are unBinally expenditures have advanced by al-
Bet b ieen idlebast have. with com_ and unexpectedly bad money has been most oneflft~h in 8 single year. in
mendable energy, labored for the lost in aftounhate speculation, a re- any eeh ratio of progression as
iee iofttither yowu towns and see- istered package is lost, several perseas thatour national expenditures would
tioeif, and as an evidence of this facet Iwho should have done so lave failed lo doable even their present fSzuresinuide
we have to bat"looiarsoad as to see "come across" or some rgent ealfo of ive tyeatrs. Even with such a con-
that there ha. eoe into being as unexpected expenditore has drained ditrio to be considered, the Republi.
ay Stwo doesn villages and towns, one. These are all good valid, rea- can party and thepresenteadministra-
all of which sturrand and all of onable excuses. They are experiences tion have as yet made o declaration in
wbah in the due course of affair m and which are mortifying to an honest man favor of either economy or retrench-

conduct ~of baines, have naturally --thy do notcome often unless caused mnt. Those words evidently do po
drawn from as a large and increasing by ill health, appear in their vocabtuary. Theywl-
revene, and in the future are likely But the man who makes porchases cO trgac, as they think i
to inoreasthis upon us. (Andjthat he doe ot expect to lry i ~or i. t t of a vy
right here we want to say we are glad t who contracts bills that he knows he _;.__ -
Dor e".hbo s are also progressing, and eanot promptly m- st-these are the The horse races at the outh -Florida
what we a lye i in no spirit of ease whom tis rtl _i ianeeded toFair will be the most -exti. -ever
eamy ora desire to be invidious by toueh-a d i it sueed i eformig hel in-Flord. There will be right
empariso, and tha no portion of the one or two of them, it will have more days of racing, harness and rinsig.
estataeaa pra oper unless the whole than performed its mlso. and large purses will be awarded
sa some benefit). These People who won pay bill are the awevry ce. is-b hoped that Flor-
ftast eoasret as, and are every-day greatest arsoaes o the merchant, on idawill be largely represented among
fais, whidah we as a eomianaity, de.- the butcher, the baker, the doctor and ihe estrie. as t is especially desired
.tring car-entinued progehss,mastde. the tailor- tat the State's blended eeerstm
vie w a mea by which we We have them in every tow. We sow-o to est po le dvn-
-haB a--e .o o veeme sad ths have soase of them inDeLs a. _And -ag.
' n.. a ...roed. ctioe of the wealth they are a "cse to themselves, a die. _>__ _
***eIIWrafo the eetl oe our ace totheir fatiesa lIving shame e '5 o
fmpegn. Tease nt eapitalifst, best tad mortnieatio to their friends. j l n el
*ewe a-se t thas the great eatsio darl. the ,,- year has sei
SfMe *s ay hee these is Tie Jakemagle carival ofaeials OIUSE RtPOD
emst re nlesh ab ud ta eae and the teth ia F ra Bee _I a om

I h st iju11 .we So-buain
equal ssat s to e i s _____4 mat
~ 15tMET~ l-ift


Tnaunksgiving Day, ThsMday_ 2
member 24th, has been ast aieebly
South Florida Fair officials fihi
Day, which will be one of the molst
teresting of the fair period. Altl
Time a grand reonioa ofthe T-i
Brigade, Florida mnederate Vei
ans, will be held It will be ae
b7 thousands of vetemus from fk
ida and also every State in the Sod
Capt. J. B. Walton of Tanp
par:ng to have in the parade a It
oughlydrilled company of
boys, who will be fully armed A
dressed in regulation Contfed,
gray uniforms. Obher highly in
ing features-will be arranged, e-
thenabeing a banqiaet at the 7I-
- Bay Hotel,at which the
veterans and Grand Army aoft
public will it as Ue saMi -uIA
enjoy the numerous bright
that will be made. The Da
Sthe Confederacy throughout 1h
are expected to attend and do e
thing possibe to make the oeem
taceess. _______
The Pensacola New.s a y .
those Florida editors who are 91
the enactment of a vaE- I
would -o ork if theyoead Ilhp



Manufacturers of and T keas |
htue RPframes, Nabbter l J

Orders by Tenq r
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W. W-. OLtOi. -
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i-:hes ir-
Ma ro

Ilwlta ha tads- that the
u tale for this year will ex.
dao abt7,0. The
Afeieisown to be in real
lipt)alanepswhl eIsidencee
'R ciy as been iprosperoos dur,

~Thegensiges ofarluations in real

~the U L M.Tere
Aft efto p eth eas ben.
g~la~yi~lS^ ^ef~rAt~t ew we
SW PMi@i 7*i p^almopel merw

oetanoftet by the increase in real
atevalustisns 1 The fast of a re -
esetso# l the wseks of merchants is
O aevieane that tbe eity b"a not pros-
eget bor Is tie aee of this it -is
sisathat new el costly residences
a weetd-,, tad e price of real
tte bas advsn eedI, at these iesd
m alato.ofpopeiy The
h ie n ItsImayhavedeereaoed ain e
e Mlae the asas t otek arrived,
Btshisemay not be traced to the bto
__le Ub heignot beesgeod. They
by Jegve dbesogthimed meeral lines
-0exe a gIi deal of aseey was in.

U AM& I it AM, "::;\
'40 1* nRU .uIN" -artiste.,and
Me a slwa~gaglow 11sKw'
__'i*M*ehe asehmmsa pAreferred ot 'to.
saisesgi suds whereinmoey ecuid not

lill ofet o(rtoadvassage
"I hmv agae a careful canvass of
ry upselono .ttbeity," remarked
Mi-meOBradford, "aad was certainly
epiu teeanetthe varies Itmprove.
S-l e igwg on it building every-
es. L tftw who doeeaot have to
taggptt1eeweoyer haps ncoeception
.rulatis belq~et onor he is isas.
psmmt. observe the conditions. Ift
t lad anot bhes absolutely neeessary
ff ouWmaakete onnd and to use
agan he asertalate these things, to
~hh~gSthe trath it some per-
g-e told me of the improvement I
Swealths beerelestan t o hale be-

A et Bradford tate that she
-ignatal uluatlh. does not iclaede
le aelbesinme buldinBswhichb hare
^ lEbin mis his0 year. which wil be
Al h emenut for 1963 .
Thu. HildiagE would increase the
lelstionbytay s .. ;

QapSAs~adlMa. a Ood Tame,Bot
~upl~m*e Ousith Cl.
Gaptal A PaI, special agent of the
Walset L'as la.& 4se* wit head.
e l his city., who is now cea-
Jaglqga weli emelatlewon at his
ob ihese Ia belwtbMinn., writes that
he ihaviB a good time, bat that he
ast became such a Floridian that the
coaavezrge temnperature makes him
i for the home of his adoption, and
a lnthes almost tempts him toet
debgla from the tone of his letters,
mf the speelal friends of eaptaia
Mtls ean a high ofelal in the laud
e-bellaejii e to believe that the
CmislCaptain may surprise hbi friends
W aeterearlag alone. -:.;
a o k Caejiagka Psaul Isa adgin
elemr fates under all elreamu..-
ofsease hi red*a add.

- a^*- w^^e m e is a lesu way ahoseast
agigten w emay net be eufi


*weyamsbnn owpgg-one an
.. s o..

J. W. Chamberlain and sB F.
*athew* of Tacoma, and H. L *osen-
bergerof Kirkwood, were visitors to
this city yesterday. Mrs. Rosenberger
has been spending the summer with
relatives in Pennsylvania, but is ex,
peeled home in few days.
Sam T. Dell is the possessor of a fine, which he has just purchased
from Mr. Davidson of Juliette. The
animal is a thoroughbred, and is one
of the finest in the Sate, being valedl
at W.O. Mr. Dell naturally feels
proud of his new possession.
Prof. J. H. Oweas of Lake Cityl who
has accepted a position to teach in Ala-
vh ya county the coming term, was in
the city yesterday. He departed in
he afternoon for Rochelle, where to-
morrow he will open Martha Perry In-
stitute, one of the best schools in the
eouaty. i
H0en, W. G. Robinson returned Fri-
day night from his old home in War-
wick, B. I., after an a sence of several
weeks. He originally intended return-
ifg September 1, but had the mis-
for tue to become indisposed, and was
con oed to his bed for some time. H4l
nom-erous friends throughout this
section, however, will be pleased at
the information that he is considerably
improved, and will ast once assume the
management of the cotton department
of Dutton & Co.
J. V. Denton and family of Lake-:
-view left yesterday for New York isty.
where Mr. Denton will engage in the-
commission business as soon as he can
preore a suitable location. He was
formerly engaged in_ this business in
New York some years ago, where he-
eo ated a profitable trade until ad-
verse elreamstances compelled his re-
tireent. We --derstand that he has
or will settle very dollar of indehted-
nes due creditors and asM hle thor-
oghly nderstands the produce com-
mision bosine we predict for him
seeass. He will let his friends hear
from him through The Sun as soon as
hegets located.
Information -reached this city yes-
terday of the death of Sydney Sanebhs
of St. Augustine, which sad event oc-
eurred from the result of a turgieaf
operation at one -of the hospitals in
New York City triday evening. t N
eased was a well known young man,
and held a responsible position with
the Florida East Coast Railway, being
store-keeper. -He was a nephew of
Hon. E. C. F. Saneez- and brother of
Mi Mabel Sanchez, both of this city,
-to whom the symathy- of the ca6M-
muaity is extende The remains ilt
be shipped to St. Augustine, and it is
expected that the funeral will be held
n that eity from the CathoVc church


Death of Chief Joseph of the Na PerP
e Indlina. :
B-tte. Mont.. Sept. 4.-The death oi
Chief Joseph. of Nsz Perces, closestba
career of one of the greatest fattre
in the early days on Indian campaign
lag in Montana.
Chief Joseph sprang Iato promeneenc
as a result of a raid made by the NWe
Peresa- derhim to 1177, wh wit
about 300 of his oiowera, he wed
upon the warpath mausacrerag th&
sealers in WI~owa vaney.
Chief Joeph's lat settlee wasa nthe



arglaig i inRedisn 1s0e mat6*]ie
aiso in Roaad S-e, and ia Ex
sited That beTainaw be

the ca -lral orgalas day coaistee,
eelally the committee on adver-
og, are exerting every eforst t
e the function a soeesews, and if the
I of September l not aweceu and
sy which wil long be remxmbeiei
the peop-e of GaWinesille, it .
Ibe their falth. Spe-lal epre
tatives have been sent to Starkt

Ocala. Palatka and infatermediate
points with alluring colored hangers
and other advertising matter relating
the good things which wilt be enjoyed
here on that day, and in addition the
railroads have exercised extra energy
in some instanees in distributing their
own advertising mater. It is confi-
dently expected that the excellently
arranged program and other Zi.d4aee-
ments will attract hundreds here on
that occasion, and it goes without say.
ing that the people of Gainesville will
make every endeavor to entertain the
v isito rs .-. -. .-- ." -. -
Di on Passener Agent Leay of
Sarannah, one of the efBeient and ian
fRential agents of the Atlantie Coast
Line, has made special endeavor with
the headquarters of this great system
to inaugurate special trains from
Oealaand Palatkaon the 28th. and it
iswell known and well.advertised that
be was successful in his efforts. The
special from Palatkaa will leave at 7
o'clock a. n.. and the fare will be $1.70
for the roand trip. corresponding
low rates will be in effect from Inter-
lachen, Edgar, Johnson, Hawthorn-
and intermediate points. The speeisa
train will leave Oeala- at 7:30 a. m.,
with a rate of 41-50 for round trip, with
corresponding low rates frtiterne-
diate stations. Both tains will arrive
in Gaineiville at 9 o'clocka.- m. The
rate of one fare pns 25 eents will be in
effect from High Springs and inlerme-
diate stations, hut tld service will be
performed on regular trains. Return-
ing, however, passengers may leave
Gainesville at 6 o'clock p. m., which
will enable everyone to e-njy the full
festivities of the day.
Special low rates have also been
granted by the Seaboard Air Line from,
Cedar Key and intermediate points, as
well as from Starke, Hampton. and
Waldo. Pamengers from Cedar Key.
Broneon, Archer; ete., may use the
regular trains and spend the fulL day
Altogether, Gainesville expects to
entertain a big crowd in royal style,
and every man is invited to make a
date with himself, his best girl if he is
unmarried or his family if h hhas one,
and the citizens -will Ra rantee to
treat him and "his company" right.

A Valuable Deal.
.Major 7W. R. Thomas hag sold to
Mrs. C. T. Pattee the handsome home
recently acquired from Mrs. M. F.

lHale in a transfer. This home is more
familiarly known as the old Andrews
place. -I is loetted at the head of
north University street, is of old-time
Southern architecture, with com-no-
dious surroundings, well shaded with
majestic oaks, and is altogether a
place to be desired.
The home will be occupied by Mrs.
Pattee who ha been residing in the
Day house, East Main street,. 3i
Friends are congratulating her upon
the parhase. G
It will be re embered that Mas
Hale bpapurchased a handsome lot o a
a handsome residence upon same.

After an sabsece of nearly three
months, during which time be visited
poia Ohio, Miori and Virginia.
Hema. G. Mo etm ed to hi
homeian thisity. 21e Judig apean
everal day s sae tbeibtaat a.
Widbeu ,wich he _ee6 Wa

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NOW Task-- 3.u" *^ :
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Some Phlantera in Arno Vicinity Payifg
$175 per 100-Personal Notes.
Arno, Fla-. Sept. 24.-The farmers
are experiencing a great deal of
trouble getting their cotton picked.
Some are paying as high as one dollar
and seventy-five ents per one hundred
pounds for picking.
Mrs. Mattie Foraman, one of the old-
es& ettersof this community, died
last week at her home at Fort White.
The school at Fores t Grov~ will open
the first Monday in Otober.
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Henderson have
jst returnsed from a visit to relatives
in northh Georgia.
Eugene and Paul Henrderson Jeave
today for Lakeland to visit their brosbh
er and sister there for a few days. after
which Henry and Eugene Henderson
leave for the1WorWd's Fair at St. Louis.
The health of our community is very
good-no one -iek.

Has Gained Eight Pounds In few York.
Will Return in Declmber,
A letter to The Sun from Father J.
Simoson who, with his devoted -wife,
and daughter, Mrs. ML Waterman, has
been soed ing the pasofew months in
New York on aceount of his health,
bears the gratifying information that
he has impscved wondertflly, having
gained eight poiuds so far.
"-I am glad to note that GaioesvClle
is so rapidly improving, and that jyn
all .propoe to Lave agrad gala day,
I hopes yo wil hare so many visiton
that it will bedif lt to take care of
them. because that will H eUa an en-
joyable as well as a prosperous day.
"We expect t-~retari home in- De.

friends and tell them that we often
think of them"

To the Siair or Alacseus CouItr. a o e
State or . -
BeI Know, T-i Tb a Cr"toWe 1.See
Uereby give aoive thet a

wi- be beid Al ae se State f e.-
da. .^T. eadaneaew.s the dresseMrf
dar in November. A. ft atssknes a Taesv

Eighth Bay of November,

*" asIe a.f..nt I is.n ef te S en-
(oaaeusst the UatNWOe StaM
OwrGosrweseor rae State 1o Pais..
serweat Stae of cle State ori
per AOna^ erof theSatateos keeina,. -
:*-e es.. of tte Staum* F1CrisA.


ihe160190l049t nods&~
-VThaer s sonot
ae asuritesia.
l ragemseaor of& A aertture or taw
r- yarsee asadetedo tnmeaxi ws f-
tb e m aie f i or l c i fa s en ea c o u .rs^
ssreamtage I .la.. ie ems. s
or tesuaotes tsubt"m*.-

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rosu, from e

kd h a. @ h -
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bewencbals toeag a

-inla 169"M se-ton Rmati

sabtmeatil1p4* ee, g

annaease ete A Fts A
het toer hminbe tp r as
rumors or a .5 a
ru-nr artel gelfug ih^
are being diMii^ -t bf

Ayle, buet an owther interestedidiretymov milo
SThe Atllatie (eMi e* A'

been bOasily eai esld mi-t

nis service reto h U
ties anad reptoeuin them uMl
substantial eyprusses,i

Struf- R the.k ftu
trais. Thlia pans has M
weqneee ef thmnagsL us i
romethiang eb. At any ts

pmeeicaiy InciIed ili II
that the actioir of Lbs *y
be to prepae tu~ea for he-

A salid train wittout el
tween Ocala and 1.caffemii~i
chelle and Gainesville woN

espenially thane uua~l oC i
The Seehoard Air i~ne kab fo
few years given Gaiaetwise
lest senrvie to and from heis
perroittiug paesencerstIa W
point at7 o~e M i 0
-pn tfare. baursi Je.H-Bm
.returnhomie nt)^Q T1isn
proven ewinentty-lWf~
been well pea umi-sa
by the fact U~thai M limave
The -iagrM ofatsHi
-viaAlabbua and lal bat-=i


tL- 4. oltt-~l

-s _.7Ask-

-Wi n -.: -

'aw monntaians whea be
by General XU5 W.
.a. brought sea II
.itl before the pU~ie.


governor Candr on Recent Lynch.
Si 'ngs eorgla :-
tat~ a Sept. .+-Ez-GEo7ernor
- der throth the press, ha, strong-
Bmn-ed miob vtoleance. and lynch
Sla referent6 -the recent State -
affr bld Of c.- s r .he
B.e mf et o the law bas been
W an the atority of the corts
Ij&-G "sie Ping of the6
Airhe AtM iihing in the nature o
we wiho -nalitute the mobs. How-
w Vest the- pvrocatw, and to
20 btasAes it baa been very great.
aw Is aBo aecessity for resorting to
a8iw. 'The rourts established by
r are abasdauUy able and ever wAli.
r to prtect the Inaocent and brtg
Ilty n speedy teustice. The
So society demands that the mob
- r u"r= the i-MItloa of the
B^ ^ : ;?' ^^-^ ^.- -*'

-wow guts a~P

o, It l~k4 ic smil

.sO a t ^ ..^


tfth FULL- 1i ARAN'TEEis.

- -M "


ho has one of the largest and est
se leted stimks of

er offered in this market. AllHof

these goods wil be sold on the



Everybody can own his own Buggy
S or Wagon, and pay for it on
easy terms. watch
this space
U 4 "





The Gainesv lle

Furniture Company

Announcetheopenig oftheir
Mammoth Household F urmishing
Store between October,1st and
10th. We will 4 splay the larg-
est and most up-to-date stock
ever brought to this market.
Our new stock will coni of
Stylish Bed-Room Suits, Odd
Dresseres, Dresing Tables i
fonniers, Iron and Brass Beds,
Sideboards, Buffetshinalosets,
Extension. Tables, Diner a
Rockers in all styles, Book
Sereties enter and Library
Tables, Mattings Art Sqares,
Rugs, tc.-in fat ev thing
to be founding a a st-cass fur-
nis ig houisc.
teed to be corr. P~rte con-
templating+ the": h i"
anythi mour--- wl l
money bywaig for our -raad
OpenM g this


l-Ab M _m-_ LL fOR vsOlaBT E 'k -- -'
to ae CmruWMs 4ourt. Ebe Jierie a

Alc"seeeia ount. 3eorf Cumsl.
Maty en Mart~in vs. ha set
oIn ppwiw by fMldROIt apoerde to the hq

tweny- o ream itIs tberel overeedbst-
ledn hes re fstebane be-is -eets
aeqni. the dtsenkatheore-tin ea ma wt-
of- tshe SSw of Floria, sand ha beed b-
sent fr4Bhis tlace ol resMence for wre than
Asizy das preofedir tlsOer o-f P- ieut--
-a 6omeaeta Iblasf 1o that service ese-
ot be cade Upon a. aMd i oer the ..C
twenty-one rear it Is therefore ordered at
_sal -esideat defemmn be aud be is beMe
Uelret4 answer to UthapIn to -platae
let salMu easoe o or before monday. the &d
of3e october; A. D. ItL.etberw te alega-
tis of said B w be tlsafc e Ao essed by
I is fther o ered that ti'or eTI be pe-
t ia utedanmo nd State.
Titls Autrst 29th-dn9b.
E. C. DENTOY.Cl er kCi t Cour
[Sesa Bys w ee.. .eC.
A true e Cr of irdCUMaJ.
PeT S. o. Wlecies. P. C-
EVANS HA 3. or Co
.o wr-ac ,.-e:
Sthe CtirciteCourt, Eighth Jadkiia2 Clreuit.
AlebLan Coznte. Ptid- ia Cauner.
wob L Baws vs.e Sra~z C. aIs.-B *for
: iv e .t, : :
Itperl bL asM t ppeadeai to t3e a
fied ln te abore taed cae that Sa C.
Bawmd t-e efeManstereha a ano-
adsiet of the State ofFlorid. is a resident
of C-nton. Carofad Ci oerte. ae
hat said -teatet e e m d ae
hereby rei to apair to the BIs of Cow-
tiert *Medi aindesmoar before Mbholdg.
easrd of OIm aes~. A. D. -toe osC-erwa
s -llenaios of sal e wl toe takes .

ofeased byddefe Gn

Itee is furthworderedb that t -dwuer be pr.
asbed one, reek for fIwtecatflereei

A truake copy of ori~oaaL
.C. BESTOS. cMi.
o oeri S aos2DlC.

EVANS AeRArfoLr Asiarwt
Laud ae.tfanases~as. Fla.

Notice is herebt e etron that the stoPr-

ta" enesentter baesideteesof er =m a and
to make easlproof luapPortofberc -l
52a :satid proOj win be mr before
and Receives atGaesavme.. Fla. On Octchar

Ru. S2lIs for atbeiS of Lot 4..e. IS. .S.

he .c(tianos readiee sweS and eunlaSehc

of seiaid l0auds.ix:nd.
.Mr of Atles. Fte. e Julia Rotesma ofe Ao
wa LiO'a'd Oalres at Gas" iae-. 'v.%
*. A a u .. U9. J
IMotice es herebalteathsiat the foU?lx
aaben aebler htflhdaMaoe of hlalaztealo
to makce f rn wmr t nt of l
elaia, and thatf saroul %3 be made be-at

ant Building Materia
l^)- BHAU. BTOm.K --: .
Suo ents,aos c.fBiii

L.XL gI&E. Promtetor

ao s. ... .y
*. [ "j -+j _- Kl --..









to as ;of ib. m O Elt. iitta'
i to the eleB of the Ssate # theI
a ift iiefasu is Noemnber. 2Uf lor mamesion 1r Ca m

an .o .... f -a I o 9 o -u--s of tmt l ta c the p ea o t te a 3h r .i _
-w s. agW halt e he shael e

g I coIts which shall have juzisdl ctios of aU ase, o i to i e di mar, -come I :
Sl e e r .e s law in which se deaniad or s aa-4 e of the o ecod aO hers pr ez : J I U

a -..-2 w U, a e& le Ut oto s-and Mu -r w nho a od tae for r year- ca tT 5s av e -" =,;-
/-esaaftame.a Fmalle an be vpd a ve shrisaieieo n exicasee pr ctdion c 25rii >ourts-i-ct :_ ffM'-

E .' :_3,syep H2 iOu of_ :opene. w ... d o _lJs oce t The ra e cation nals mt r a tin re'enoo .lat as to r tad a ns fol io sc.:- -t d
move 51100- t -t I..a iate r. h io ptio otr xeml appaw u Th d .tnti o l .Ae "Setio. 2te Thei ert i --:, _t he
SIlIl iS*t n be swhen I pan a ld tes theme dgt a f the eornty court &ma1 Ye.t1o5 f urisdcthe o p st :-."- se -. won

,^ ^ m4- A .- -- 4c s ..,- b--A
tg o .sallae islatio- sir n "cit a s caipai sio 2 d ar V~- W.. .. cus dbu
_e -in-iI t and of--. ,4 IV..

s~ ~I~-saw st was heing 4contnU1 Ihe re shall be tcc-ted by the qalied ee- -l n res,' at a, ire. a h :e ?r n e, c ,S
.e. .o, sad the andihave neiverhad aeturnof thdiseas@. udge is elected a prosecuting atranley tr sad thousand doa. a, a c r'-y-," -:- L'e cir- ..-

ya.][m fdij-s---orIuel^ad wh m upmy ilold u.s, ounty, who slt a ll hoa @ e for tcr yearr. crt; court, s.aII hnae e e '-ct of
Aof ithiof Rheumatism 111 duties and OLD nnsha beWMbed
-ft-by law. ch cous .- may bhe olh.d at the Jaj.l i d ed .
i a g m-everything else had failed. I have zt .leasur e o TLf. --he L-gAt a section -, ofiAte Ai V. itrtio --

eobawa = m-a_ .U i to wth good Provided that a t ll county judge. hold te snt o of thie State of Falnda erey staed< so -
D a e. an APMA. osce at the raeiAcatior of this ameudta s s hThat a to read as .-l..-s:

"/ i .oef :ieS tte -,5Mt. Verse .Wrieon Ave. continue in Ithe ei s ifi tion or. e t i* d-r oath. anered rsy i s;e at tmy-.deane+ s e e o the
Thep-l-ono nsa.idsthat odu i. tlawtheso-r omucessors are duld qualified. and ,-1o ,- e.a ch--.o-
a Aam ation .tando t o at ainrae h abeobed the prv ided wof d i hee 4oadtc Irt a s

bodwadRheumat ican never bAou, this Sasee, the county judge of said county P sent

I ....--qu-ed til these a.e l-tralied mo d hold his of l"~ and perform ite duties jdge- e eican There Tmh -e r ea, court ._-
___sh.e s eoei rct lk itlh ir, AIan ath shal .e c Ar us y ci wo be Vre e
_.te u-taryo State--John Pal- tcks thedi& se Itdf. It u nesei ARutld iae fy *. e or.=. I tal .
o cuuisditln. Iton -tainsnot Cowtashem S ec tion o arctic vth. (cu-stt--n J G--arat 4ee-' :-
Str n That the following amendment to t o -2 he State loe Ca is eret mn ga .. 4
Oneo&o rals, I stet i o t iuti u t rau e an e on reta aou- in ie co:ts
--b-w a-s "S e c tiin Z' "l l o n.S a m e '

-e -- ..? *anteed e tirey mined .to the =electors of the State at t aittx,, record shall he poe v :
vegetable. Write e0al election in s fo rratiatin or r at, and ay e : d1 at tiwc me, 3. ^ lA
e- oos maid* or pisysi-t t hat section t orf Artice o if the on-j e the court 'e a by the Gsn t 4l joi -

Pe-, no m :ayor of the f.i.dy of ..M"a, will ad e sertion of e State of Florida .I hereby w si ttl tt e solici orit te gra.n d jr+ .a crt- f.- -
rgge TOmbookon RWibliam M U* be pledged or loaned to any individuals corn -l coarh c o1 f record. Uec-n the i4 ra-di era A5E XI

_ue -OJ "oW6 p o f ai soIet of nO, M theRSta beY uref a jD peownr ohaaihea e f or ra ish crct_4c GS It' 4 jI d1
.-.. lebar B at Cblearo Kinyi n any corpoadny aseiac t eon s e o a toognhe ca abtr ft"ast a o i sard cou doe 4 c& u. e
A MOhaO i"mey file a ereinn tan d iuiorsnt4.

ft eAl hg teehe_ jr I saw itwsh Aqte]d_ tys i t biwre, gf owsiposftrruas< gaBren
ttos p ing sm e ooirn e s To ber com ma"-- stck ol er p i tay Paa r is n i tosh eby t ai sed.(1w-- st 2a ..

S -+dg ao fte Cof e urt of hi home in hi eil y Friday fr a ss ceato r ile a.r a btO o- tino ia cts,-oiss -.-te ofaee the rcy '.g ...g......
appropriate Wo.ey for ," to.peritherele hasofethenStateiofstreendsis t he rb ari e n+ d --, O 1 tt

ti-sa-coprai.nO,-l sh -eaiuettu n l Itl-at l.t -.. o"" as rw i. a a a o -
it a man dsK o-n maW maeoa8.rgea n d W ai cell di eocesi t thatt eo i tai iihml erthe. i iily -entrd yi i

aut hor- ize .ni.ipa l o rIpa aine l onhsaretmen a nrycit e.o I t.taesatiendocr:t r. 's er, cg I
: eet a cure sban Ac ui tted from m a taxation for such peio o f c r st "v

g Tan er Tore osp r ivearste ,ell tui e a S m e o u0r Artcl a- a rai- e ao .ana r ope a n Al ifi-
tta adh oote, Oitnhiced rthe isrmityFida f Sevstionna shoal el I sarn eaiy n putt!4s4 to rea d fe o lo w
Or teforca o a t. l g e th a e .g _. > i, SL It -2e I

W iti-+ ienoo fJa er in iere ha e brought in iaverdi -tor ihe ptefy sublieatio ae.a d ibuon -t an trt e r eeto. tor cls oef rce7d I -.
t gult, whe~ he- w immeliitely l s it a .-b dcei ot s vSto tlhe crt-i eta biter a<-r thGe-e

a. enaseda. the faltury was of t only ia be, frfro for ubrsat b- -rl chn g t ya vrsend from. hi ciirentr i shalt Apl 4.
t < . ..g UlB B 4B u p-a n or.a t e '. p .,m e o u r .-n- l l oa s e c o u t t o t h e c ac c o urt o.., a n o t e r --
.IIf .... ... -- .- 1 a :ate -effc ant l the opis tla~t~ c ey. l T m i hits oi -. c.nty. .
pa l, : ,-* d- o-r -C-ori .u. te an AwL ashal te tsuch t oe acirsk o o t e cixe j-ut e oh -etn 4 r tiaid or t h faXS
.tfll..e Jfor the la n Sp nhns a ct .... my "o e i i a to. .. t irCit. e o SC P 4- Art iect- 4 .. .
oot si iwith eemnM- Provid. Ridead em loTed inee- htthe lrinc unot tethue-dt uti e-cs an t .bt e S sh
l-g Geogoo L. paopee owellh nwnr i n wa iss i A Rof t ICe Stat of"Loa1n thea te. A e -o te

sprainedtoer diMi, oo _eltb badh ereb taat "aee dha a a So 1 ort l or thre Cott i ta cort of ord a s the a-m r"_ 'S
S.W m tis Jcy.-y; and 5aft u g w haTRE* t te to the weleor of t her m amended g- ad as itUaU 5
<1MWB lis < inb r aeds on oa chSarge t tiheo pieerur, E era! action i Tho e becal pSior ra f t c ate in Sernio 2 o a res c raec ortc e gorenei -ftee,. jimrAsL

Ml..# Biela&arm : e rr i lapiea nw Liat mt and ts hei -s Iinorm atiRonuall btt e oam tded, Staour er rerd, atend al m arait coa. re u warefap a
pltf^S408800 U $ te in ca"s e imnt at vo enrordiec t o 0 ny1ecio and there sr osha pea for abea eoRant an hf veue lo'-ay rechad dnam aaLTUAU & fgt
WofUsdSV esm gi-- foll- Io e.erl, hfr oms b erou .h t s ped cton adL distriu- tion S al c ourt of c ro ther cr ofre d -

sthOOtt tefs o e not o l w e a ity g Will o. whe n State of id ia t lsi dn atAlecin s gf she Sn- tooshe iri court- of a ototar cu fr thel
Stat Spr e C oMnM al v .. .. .. r- .. 1
c ty" dionhegi. UA_ T- O .t ir oe0, e -
S:w--eado i...to1., at t.tas2 w .ritea opVneeol eathcte ouRcIC f cr fs O W
pi penoel. e _f -a o-doo"theM S ri d od t C LThe ,th thln .c w irT h the judge. the ourt o Sec t -
shell horea-allrlieVaries to ahy caise lawi

I le 1 1sWe asees andh afotrh s o aing s -ev-er e o f th Statn r- e of Fri at o i st se 'c a nd I s t e aate t o feess
4uJdint failthed gi entered Spo t eftld hi s eo f i. the Ju risdictiapower iE aefrof dge o e ad care h re uit cure ts, ord s1aa

IV= .-t. e'.- t ht b to h etion f h ofhrs-o b01 of te COonsti i n of to-
__ blooe dr imlor r of he State of tFlorida is hereby amended be
go"diectlytoinoea asila aoot fol os sa-tfrOes c-ii as to rea:d as l- eow:M .
S i M .m-vthoeir pre" o battoe j.RiTICtE--o I, a. d in.. the maag..-

e. e o Sa o of the State of FloridaI do hereb iti oofudge hel nyt .thed co ut o reeSde cto' m
bervespective tral it ho yeasanp eal -to anyystcomsIshthehaoupowe ta couer s s fha-a p lo r t .o-- 1n t eo i n Stae a twnh

e.mrae.. .s that--is -toA y .ay e-t
Si toDa -eb a d GENERAL ELECTION Section 11. of Article V, of the. onttan
S e -t his nt-" hl a' ech County i Florifda. of .heaSlte ol-l riTh d ishter eb f a mnded tan g urisdictaio and d ui S of .. et any ao ot4 .f-
will as readh asn follow< w s: demeaum; ecc'- far the et ofB( sped-

. ..ted- B. T "om s1, t n a.t t hom h i nid -^i -_ i a s o .
.an ot deeded to open a cF.i sfa o:S t of Florida T : r dr o u a c .or om a

1vW be h in e C -i F o ecmwas ctses .aot-cs able by inr f ad el e eas for Sate r i ammillm -
a b) .BeAsd aid.T29s ARTICaE XXI yu exocltu original jugrisdei action s w a Scrs l fe in"e All cases"s
-iM ll-- n d-i 'g -. E IG TH DAY OF forcible e y and oiawio l detu er, nd at E ses; gMrati nor the sae "al 2S

-im M- -bigm-tbl, ofo o f:t eses no s he legality --of any sax mid-es of e --' a md
Diae 4U s-t, .n B. T omune, Raa.^ eu dT se h or R sao o le ey m th auction of -nSn -a- aema-nteleng -a urndp'A

ea- s ile ree d in Noveb* gber o tao pr bto a, co'nz ax eetmeuzt e thenoulotf goy proge, the.' < t r t
Uwe 4#40 W. IL toal am- for sl orr es
( de Mefll l a*' 1 _trt _lam -..ziItes sf Si s sltjoi f ri sac as f b ^ fd e icourtns;adi lorigin lJro"fth is cnateio o ef ; and an ea-loInet fo Sert and d

teshIeaw a It e, flelrwing- Eor a end oatmentytoutheeCon- e s as site lNegssisa tue -e, pN. ..i w a g of.. .
usia spaboeatate lteo*f ths ofaM tc Sen oflorf aa d coa, r.., htaet-. ,at a-e,..,a o u n
( gomtb e ast w heet empt, t l agreed to and shallher sub es o f ea r nse ig

letorts othe Sa te -at theg s her '- mu ot. r befor thuc tyd. eAtnfor--
_sod -- a ... eu .. ...., i .i a"d1. Masses n

Aha me, su cHaseh ai otnar .* th s s asP I..
off" M161fit A a g

bfoid& Dwr: 1: best selected
at atoek ever blhUght to the city.
Are you .naldelg tree lanting,
stapeby pCatalogue for
winter -is Bnow ready.|
^. R. Curtmis, the amous pecan
pwer of Orange Heights, was in the
ty yesterday. The Doctor is a mem-
Aofte UBaitled States pension board
id agme here for the purpose of at-
edlg amettaig of that body.
MIsrlesmHampton, after a visitof
ee"ai wNeON- to Hampton Sprjgs,
asIetrn4ed to seb l y and will re-
sB daring the seiaing term of the
laia e Graded and High School.
e is the rits astaat of this ehool.-
Cap^ J. 3.Barr, one of the enter-
hing eitisensof Elsanopy, was a vis.
wr to Gainesville yeterday. Capt.
errmevalullabe orange prdperty in
m'tlelofdaad isexpWsia ahand-
ayleld fran biagrves the coming
-R -'F F t -i

J. nodte, for mey years a esi-
etof Nor*lrOannvsille, was visiting
Iay frieae here yeatrday. He m
iaweeagd io the saw mml b t-
-nat Haeptoa and reports that his
uli-rnaiog oB ful time to supply
ademen for lumber.
P.B.H.Ddley of Joeeville visited
be fty yesterday. He tates that the
aer are all very bys just now
asserin their c and that some of
pie ae expertaleing trouble in me-
isge oottn pises. The rmains have
- o damaed the crop in hi

F. X. Damay, one of -the leading
rates a mndgseeral Is4 f of Artes
io, wa aavisitortoeaiswvlle yes
uday. He sy that the farmers are
mable toseorneu muck help as they
es'to gather f ietr erops and laso
gae their lands foehe fall crop of

MisaJxamee Melnfoaeharrived in the
by& yesterday afternesa from her e ..e of the*
ea- **-a- in the Gaines.vilE

miles of~wto be precuat at the fee.
r..e!e .aar .*. .. -:^: *' ].

t loag etou planteos la that ee-
sa d sapons that hi yield will
iU2rirt viigto the aatcrpUllar and
me, wihsh have damaed his crop
Mt methrd. a asy places I
lan ee isew o as tig left of
abtt the *alh, end this wiMR
Me meMAse th elo B to opea

-wiUst-be mg in thhansof the

lWN.-b- our-
HaeTs Great
I I maofelfy
lL, Pcms
JWM* -
tuft''" ''*--

grand chancellor of the Knishte of
Pyhias, and is making geat preper..
a for the district meeting, weh
wil be held In this city in December.
Herbert Pinkoon departed se -
day for Hampton, Palatka and other
points, where he we sent with glarilg
hangers and other litessem advertis-
rIg the grasd Gala Day, whieL wil bi
pulled off on the 28th inst. wewads
are expected on thatdae mgaieM -
L... The pedal trae htem Pamiaha

f hundred.
.Mia Jaliau en aed,{ordbyease r
pears ane o: Ali&Im esg a agf

Saefr Ufor ve* 4n *e tam

Or11et M6 rith a i- sU teie -

Poilt were shopping in the eity y

lis Ja[ ityy Strieeyper m" e e--

Georgetive ye o s redaned fom-
a brief b pletmant sojforn at W tsh.

Mrs. W. B. Emins,an estimable lady
of Evi -toe, i n the city on a viit to
eMrs. te.-r. W. Tas- ch. in-
W .N Adaum of- oe Rochelle, tee-

Mrs. F. 3. Hammond aatd dAghter,
Miss Xyrnle, urre shopping a the cfty
ayesteIa. iThey created at Hawthorn.
eMiss Rath reiile of tledge, the o
charming daughter of Mrs. T. Harper
Beille, was shoppingg in the city Fri-
R. J. Futch of High Springa, a mem-
ber of the firm of Futch & Co., general
merchants, was transacting business in
this city yesterday.
Mrs. IV. S. Banks and daughters de-
parted yesterday for Green Cove
Springs, where they will be the guests
of relatives for a few days.
Our iron-elad labor contract is in
at demand among all employers of
br. Price ftBe. each for lee than 10,
or $2 per 100. Send cash with order.
Addren The Sun. Gainesville. IFla. tf
H. C. Cato of Alachua, for many
years tax collector of the county, was
transacting btiness in this city yes.
serday. Mr. Cato's numerous Gaines.
ville friends are always glad to see him.
Aftera bwiness trip tothis eity, Dr.
Walter F. Grahamn of Miami departed
for his homeyesterday. Dr.- Graham
is a prominent attorney and real es-
tate agent of th Magic City. and has
made a wonderful sueess.
8. Outeen of Micanopy, member
of the firm of ten & Berrin, ex-
teniss naval tc r operator, was in
the city yesterday. He was en route
bome from Jacksionville, where he had
been summoAed on busines.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith Fateh of Ala-
chua were visitors to this city yeater
day. Friends of the latter will regret
to learn that she has been suffering
for stme time with weakaesM of the
yes, and came forth purpose of con-
sulting aDr. CortheIl the oulist. -
Joseph Daughtrey, for many years a
resident of North Gaineavile but who
is now one of theefcidIt operate in
the employ of the Atlanti Oasi Line,
was in the eityyesterday. Mr. Daugh-
trey has been for the pass few moatha
employed at Folkaton, Ga., but states
that he desires to return to Florida.
Afteran absence of about three year
In Ta pa, Wi. Coldham an d a4xgh
tess, Mimes Ruth and Bemlsh, have
again become se te of North
Gaiesaville, having removed to their
former beautiful home. Friends wil

t.nt they will bew wel eatied in fu-

W. E. Dow of High Spriags, ouesof
the elesnt eand sueesfural asoIitous

Qbmpany, was at the Brown Hearn
yesterday. Mr. Dow as strit deputy

J.x. Vaens anad or aht I
were I towujaterdaey assistd e
toa aaggeMs al-. TeY-g Mr. Co
eom wart mear -Jf- asB-- a...m...y

Mra.M.R8aa((h s yhassetmd
Ewavey SM iB Miit hew aS i
pfeat hbmryis, a*t summ dmB
GeI kel FoBa a s yte.
IG. L. Belbaa aeaaatpnig

ri W 6allM"r utkediat Key was
wain oftede oI my mae-

*V, tis MItata an agemeble
a. IAt wa ilb e emembsere tha
sella seiug afmalsatarsbai ateedar
Koey a few sag Mr. Wtkans be
-me aTitn to tlae tyshader-
4ykewiheastl8afi wit them
tesult hatshe wd S ot tw e l en

e leas never beegextraa ted, eda

ay bTe easily felt jo her thesin ..M
I.ddenxeta totHhe 1meoenty pAmer
formedon sad thc~ eovedlain aehort-wo
t~ime. it^^^!
Same timeaeg o an aricle apptiered

battles. By miAtake the article was the
erAedited to The Pent Goda HeiralA
indeed o The yConty Advoeste,
published at TRlase.Man mubseui-
bermhave entirely oterloolmd the fsas
that the article was taken rn another.
paper and havecalled at Ile Sun o~lee
to see the rattles, epressing 1 doubt as
to a snake having been killed with
such a number of battles For their
bens we will state that a eithien of
Gainesillle, whose ver*city we have
never ar quesmed, a b he -as
sen the rattle s in TheAdoaeoffice
at Willisteou and that theSumberis
orttley mated.
Fream Ssiadqp's Dai* Sn:
W. A. Striekland of Paradise
was trea meingy business in Ahis city
Min allie Perry of Rocehelle lat
theeityon aviLi Y toCoL and Mr.m E.
p. F. Saenhez
Mto s Mary Croabytaahasreingdoun
lady of saopy, w visitag e fried
antis cit y yesterday
ALP. uIanpkie of Orana Fge Heights
ee of te weill known at a luctial
aitiean aof a that tew a visitor to
thus city yesterday.
3. L Coaley of Hgue, Georgee
Gleason of Rocky Pol-t ad L 0.
iracyf Htfigh Springs were Nomegth
visitors to this ity yesterday..
Mr. and Mrs. H. Maddo of Tage
were ia the ity y osteay. Mr. Medw
lo 0 a t one S th Ovahued emloyes of
the Union Phasphat Co.mpanyr
Evan SCaW d, Dharmsing Shedey
ofNewerry n the ye
dady, hoin omeaaopy wa s contng rat-

thte i ted States had .
ProP. Lmpk~ lil of Hrage, prighci-
palxei of thet Pinee Ouwt a vihoor was

visitor to this city yesterday behl.
ness connected with the school beard.
JisBla Waitn of Hawte, aer
Ger arton of leaky Poiat, aose.

through thie city yesterday as toe

PMsf. 3. H. ( ado of tWado wasa
vinto thee fy .yeteday. M e Md
princopal of the eled. hkeel, ano
the {Tatlo hastitesi is i. oy.

3. At C.Smpteam desaering aesi

triof. was Ia seo tel yeastera ean
had his se pmised se Thea ea' soe.
-cne lI it.

Owma D -. -. ....


bet beas aes it -

de hterhliae irone, a rewle r m e-

'heP" eonth s ahe ..t-o -,t
pMr Irs. a M'' intsh a mhr,
elaWt osives
prieipl ofer the Amer High *aleola

-therS hom e rhol v-sited M he
ht etiz where e oewil -snpay s f
tit X fwUo dX -,: --fAIM ly
L-eoipieoh great b"
y afteraL h. Meategh b e ehyer-
tiaMerWt, the -sbieiige fb habeu -
arw a mhse asd s Breno_ -
~a th wher e inhe gIwioeme be
etin ofo'his g coy, .

M. Mahel CaosAhe as atstome
.eeientW Ju. *. M -'

,aynM. w h Ae .eui Wshe e-.
e mnear Albehe, oad't Fair. Feneads

estei ag of hi op. ...
Mion MAry ointo rs to as aesea ,
.again, after a diUghtfa" Th I ..
day ra.l t Fa m.iJanning har .e-
low., and t La u, vrMW l he spelt

e helnited to nee ofar hRe as in. te
wIy ye aleriayg adm Hagd e bSwam
smonu the fi ritors to this eity -ester.

eday. Mr. and Mso. manning aere-
jolein, over the arrival of alfne boy at

their home Fridlay niht aod ie. r.
John A. Jone a of Cadile was in the .
eity yreerday asd lyade The wSan a

agreerb call. Mr. Joned as beri
-afering from hia teeth for the party

few mnhs, Ma eampe ao eslx n.

ainisteredt ean overdue
The hoGe belonging to R. A. Beeker

peCar while Cpie bate a few dayof

Beeker delare the n idsal was

poione Wrog matiet.and p
adminitwring the poison wealtt p

Ceemaket andmr um ceat

DR. 'P. 3).. HIOEX ,

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