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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: April 27, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00578
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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>L. XXII, NO. 6X GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, '(l'JlVI its UA Y. APR Iii 7, nfU
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6 city A number of farewell entertainments DR. BROWN AVERS INAUQURATUO j

ANT NEWS FROM have been planned In his honor. TRAGEDY OVER THE I DEr. ,

President of Tenn.ase Unlveraitjri : fRi f

TO GRANT AMNESTY ON EASTEF .. .. rMtfit.. .<....*..
FAR' EASTERN WAR\ WHISKY QUESTION ...",. A .....tA.. .v>r.l& .< .--Or.Inauiikon .i I

Rumor Is Circulating that the Czar _)3ruwu" .ej.rs w.s 014." .w.u.uay ..uau6ulaLts .1

Will Proclaim Sam*. j* .. U".il'D"t u4.1.. f.
Excitement In
idmirol. Togo's Fleet Reported St. Petersburg April 26.-A rumor Texans Kill Each Other While rely \11 &..\I....."'c:. 'wale &Uau ul..1 &."-. '

Is circulated here to the effect thai rood ui.u.t 11t.e. us....t \IIi.... .. .._... kee OverSHORTAGE De
To Be On Korean Coast. 1.1.peruricholas will mark Eaateily Debating Local Option. I uy l'blpp.. Phi honor i

the proclamation of general am trIl.Lu'nl), At which la i .auiuy -%)'" was

UROPATKIN LEAVES THe ARMY zesty for political and religious prls THREE KILLED: TWO WOUNDEC to lI\'t.'It'u IU irl: Jo.;. Walt ut Luu IS OVERConfidence

'1-., duns now confined in fortresses 01 hotel. Ar .. fuse mvruing at *w
!tuaalan Squadron Has Left Kamranh prisoners of Euaegocan Russia or in Congressman John M. Pinckrwiy ll o'clock at tftaub'* theater the fortuaJ Seem Hard to ,R

", exile It is feared: the Easter holiday ceremony occurred United blat S uxator Wisconsin City-People Ulna
Its Whereabouts A Un- Among the Dead--Excitement Running
Bay and no
which extend over 13 day, and wil alert'.aaants, U. .1'raxer prv.ilutg. for Paying Teller'aVlndowa, '
t.- known-Japa Royally Entertain Ger. be the occasion of bloody conflicts. High and Better Element 01 .

it:'* man' Prince The people are being special!) People Deplore Occurence.Hemptttead 'I 11tf address of wolcoiue on behalf Demand Their Mon\y,

1'. warned not to enter the St. Isaac 01 of the .;atu was delivered by Adjutant Milwaukee, April L'C.-: -..lh.lttlUIo.
\ Tilng Tau. April 26.-'The German Korean cathedrals or the church ol Tex., April: l 20. vM amass General lUrvey 11. Jianuaa, in

erulser. Sperber report having sight- the Xevsky monastery.The meting here lust utghl, caller toe enforced absence of UovvrnurJohn aactfM that the Mllwuuk Inut coin.pauy .

on April 22 In the straits of For. Liberals pretend to believe that for the purpose of pttlt.oiuug the governor 1. Cox. Th. welcome to lr.Aers VlIAII In no manner Involved by

aosa, 'a Japanese man-of-war towing such stories are purposely circulate to send rangers lu'ro to enforce on behalf of the college.... of ..Jtb. the financial trouble of Frank U. lligo.
other one which was badly damaged. by the police. In any event, the -strait the local option law t J N.; Urown, aI cast was delivered by Professor J, S. taw former president: of the< Kirl lea.tiunet '

'..0'. is becoming Intense This 1 is Hol loading lawyer and b'uunch' anti-pro Ames, of Johns llopklua university I' bank of llIlwallkt'and| cou-

['j'. '''Berlin, April- 2t3.-An investigation week when all Russia is usually ir hlblllonial, bogan shrgo b;. leased defaulter of wore than a mtl' .

shows that the German cruiser Sper sackcloth and ashes but the poorci Keueral In.. in"tant. Tree ldA''II.II the University of Iowa vt. : llou dollars crowd of people today

,ber was not In the straits of Formosa classes of the people who generally men wer killed on< man was fatally tended u \%, lcoiue. Tho southern collegra were' in ]lint| Ions before tijy opening

"April 22. She arrived at Tslng Tau attend incessant masses now upend Injured anal too other serious!) w,wektiiiie.. titeriM-d by Claim- of the Treat company ban.?Halting ta

from Shankat Kwan April 21 and left most of their time at the doors ot t wounded. Tlu' dead are: cellar! U. tt. "Fulton of the University withdraw& their iU>i t>"lt*. Thw dvponltor* ,

>Tslng Tau April 21. bound for Hong Churches gossiping about what may J. N, llrown.CongreRKiiiau. of ,vlisassal.pl.i5 Kaibvred! at the Nallouul Imult were MI
happen next week. The solemn religlouk John M\ Plnckney. .
'Kong. J comparatively' few at first but the number '
Tom Pluck tlt')', brother of the run
services at the winter palace
YEARS FOR KILLING NEGRO continued to hlcrea>>tJ. Ulgelow
Togo Near Korean Coat.Toklo which In ordinary years, takes pi act gressuinn. had been a director of th. Milwaukee i'' '

April 25.-2:30 p. m.-It war Saturday at midnight with which Baster John Mill, a leading\ prohibition1st th White Soldier la Found Guilty of Vol. Trust company but when bill dcfalrallou

reported from Korea today that Admlr is ushered in and when the Metropolitan It U 11'a red. canuoi service untary Manslaughter bvcuiutt known h., sac r'.iuo".ilu '

al Togo with the major part of hit of St. Petersburg proclaim night. Atlanta April 2C.-Kultou superior such by tho board of directors, No- "
Doc Tonipkin. prltutp secretary 01
: squadron was at Masampo bay neLl to the emperor in the presence of th Congressman. Pluckiu > and HolllnfUrown court opened Its criminal dt.ck..tt'lth tires posted on the" bank window

T'usan. Korea, April 20. Imperial family, ministers and leading of J Ut dl I). .'. YOIIIIK. a private In the His which the depottor for the oust parr
MOl N, H.on. are \ )
the of Christ from
functionaries rising wounded, but Just lass seriously cannot tccnth rftilmvnt I'nlled States army working people. eagerly scanned, anuounc -
Rusclan Have Left Kamranh Bay. the grave will not take place this yeas he determined In UHf Ilrl.unt'n' duck. .t| thin. fact and thai the Trvi; .

Tslng Tau. Shantung Peninsula, Chi on account of ,,the danger involved. There now are many tinned men on th Young had been Indicted for the company was abundantly able and prepared .

na. April 26.-Positive jconflnnatlon Instead, a similar service will be belt streets Untight but It I III not believe murder of Charlca tiuiuon, a negro to meet the* demand uf aU dpoillorit .

'was obtained \here of the statement at Tsarkoe-Seloe. Governor Gencral there will be any ino trouble. who was found by pollcvtuvu dying at I and CM.til torn.
the Russian left Kaminh Trepoft Insists on hU ability} to preserve Tin notice the window +'
squadron .
at The governor has l>. <-n not I lied sic hU house on Madison avenue from pouted on
bay April 22 and tbat the Kus- order and protect Jlfe and prop wilt sand rangers hert .\ special trait wound en his nwk. Dankon'a wlfr. of th, first Natlvnaf bank and .kignnt<<

in cruiser Sviatlllna. Russian hoepit- erty. Among!: the persons arrested) wall run flora louU| with surgcum had been detained since thlll killing, ..a a by the director that tho company J4aotveut ,t

ship, and 14 transport ships are sti: last night were three of the princlpa to attend list \\ uunddThe wltnexrt waa piaced ujxiu>> tlm- tund.. ."..uU' to rtai.ure the d"p<>*.

|Kamranh bay. The division of trjtaslan revolutionary leaders.PATTERSON t.I\U"i. leading ,ip to the tragedy Tho woman acknowliMlii'-d that thedefendant. titers komeHhut.No .

squadron commanded by Ad- have barn acciiTOMUtlng, fur -years I'rlvaiQ Youne. of the 8U- .iiora gathered at say ol .

rat Nellgatoff had not Joined the TRIAL' RESUMED. The local optluu tuition ,has beer t<-. nlh, came! to her bou..u the night the other banks at tbu times they :&*+, -.'..-' .

iln squadron commanded by Admiral Actress Fully Recovers From Fainting fore 11101 in local I 1..IUtk.| > and In a recent of the klllliiK.Kallcltor I utrvldenctr at the lulttutUiri''uienM ,

bjestvensky. up to today. Spell of Yesterday.New election the -ollim between, lb'l'rnhlbltltllll'll (It-ncral! Hill!! consumed l leas i till' .d, .t' '.

York April 20. -Nan Patterson and Anti lau been In than IS minute In i nMUnK! his cane *nib*>" of the tie a,; Cg houittf aa ,. .

Railroad Opened to Mukden. apparently had rally recovered tense.The town went "dry." It I.l to the jur).*Then within an hour or .*> aoo'allon xpect.. +
|Fu an, April 26.-The first railroad from her Indlposlllon of yesterday understood ('u "r. -limall llnrknoy favored the jury canto ,beck with a verdict. bank and ofncwra oj'thn other lntltu J

tin from LJao Yang sirfce the retreat when she appeared in court away fat the Prohibit ,mnlt |I. .n night; Ky the verdict Young wait dcclartd to Dons In the cMp ''''!xpr.f*.el their con '{;

the Russians from that place last the continuance of her trial on the when the Waller <'ollnl) Prohlbliu.i. b. guilty of voluntary. oll&IIlall.hur, fidene.In tfi.... ktroniie.t terms in the :7

ear reached Mukden station late yessrday. charge that he murdered Caesar league held a UK-fling to wind, up lit and lalvr In the adtrnooii Judas lUmnrntfitnd al.lllty ofjgW\ llral National. bank ,;1

crossing the Hun river on the Young. : affair after the rt-o'qt campaign: tbvnwa him to IS: years In the taU to mcetfAnr emergency that might ..... < t

|emporary bridge which Japan ban There was a trace of color In hei a plrlti-d da-..ate over a results 'uIII'Jillar) arias liwry II. CUill. cashier of the :i'.

.use completed. Regular train will bein Cht'l'kjand she seemed to be in excellent tlon requesting (In-" governor to mntloa -- 'Illt NaWBoal' bank of tU."kttI. 'f.

between Port Daisy and Mukdru t,lrlt* when she entered the courtroom a number of state rugera, In the ".,;UI. INJURED ON BATTLESHIP.' who rhatavi, by the United JitaldUtrlct ..

In a few days. Quantities of supplies! and took a seat *t the council ty for the purpose of enforcing the an -- attorftjr' complalttantg. with ,

are being sent to Tie Pass from New table. The pain black suit which *b. tl-opton law Flareback Occur on Board Amerl. emb -Kitlliig a h. ,*n (exceeding |lH( >,OtW

fOiwang In junks up the LJao river. I, had worn during this and previous It war during the. excitement: of d.. can Warship Main. of the lullll&'. fui
trial l.ad been discarded and in its bate that the firing began.<< No one .'..nu<<.'"I.. PU.: April Z6.-A flare- arrested L'nledt HtaiM. Marshal

Believed, To Be Russian Spy. place she wore aa black and whit<< kevnt' to know who fired tbe.first hot bark, or rkplonloti of gaaea, on the Thomas U. lle"d{aald. however, that

Singapore Straits Settlement, April checked dress and a rough lace LaU but when the amoke cleared away Mr battloahl;> Maine' recently( caused' the, bet o_pct..d to take. Doll 'Into citatoly f
.' 20-A Russian Hiving the name ol < tixiay.John. .
with white lining. Pincknry and Mr Brown were dead Injury of three men on that veaael.
{ Vladimir Antonivltch. carrying a pa,. The revolver with which it I* alleged and Mr. Mill was gg.. a director ,p( time e

port made out In another name was Young was killed and which it U be The better class of cltlxin of the today when the ship came lute, nut National bank and one of the

Arrested on the fortified bland of Bra lleved will figure prominently la the community dplor' the tragedy, and' harbor and began coaling. It then man who gv |;.100.000 ta paIL. up 4

nl and was arraigned here today on the prosecution case mad. Its appearance are doing everything possible to allay! leaked out that toe fiar back had or the defalcation of fUgelow, laid that F,

harg.. of being on government propcrty a* loon as the trial wa* resumed. I public excitement A company<< ol furred while the v..._| was on the, the bank had today rwcelvetl $2fOOO/
without authority. He was remanded burning 0.>.> from outside and local bank with
bad been identified by several witness ranger arrived today and DO furtiici! target' range, badly three n..uIII
for a week. Antonlvttrlwho trouble la a..Uclp.I..J. one of the turret and also that which to meet any demand. la| our.
e* yesterday as, the weapon found in
does not speak Engllih. was r- Youn '* pocket won after the tragedy catastrophe similar to thai on the All*. ...n... that th* bank bad ample fund'
log with a ococommi..louEomt'"r atnirl bad U to meet all to. rnlulrenJenra.
a year ago en narrowly
and today the line of Identification wa* REMAINS ENKOUTE NORTH.
of the ordnance department. U U time' averted A* (the hour approached for |the O *'" ,
followed! down to the : It wa 1
popularly supposed! tbat Antonivltch 1* The flarcbaek, which I. ODe of the log, the crowd gathered. In front ol
brought into court Ic Is upon Its abU Body of Joseph .Itner"M" Born to Hi )
a spy. but the authorities say that n Lat dread of the DaMt Ity to establish the fact that J. Morgan R.stseeq Place.
farriminatlng paper have been dts few wauke Trut became large 9
cured a day after (h Maluwent copany
Smith ).II.* Patteraoa'a brother Ja.ck.ullh", KU April 2*-flpela| f
covered. and e.ter* on the target range, and I I. th a square on
law purchased Ibis weapon the da? train arrived. user the least Coat roll
second to occur .Inr. the ve *.U haws and oo Uaat Water .U.*..
before Young war killed that the prottf'CUUon way Ibis morning at $t45 bearing th
Kuropatkln Laer.s" the Army. hues at record target pracllcw.railing << A detail of potc( : was present t4imalnialii
bases Its strongest hope of co&t remain of Jowpb J'fferaoa and mom !
:6.-The Ru
April *
St. StPetersbun. order. A that
MrHlgeiuw
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fcera of his bouM-ho.'l. e
; The
let Ion. train raaaa
denied that )(. Wltte bad re.
formally bald! a large amount of North
Palm \ Scaffold 'Inju'* Many. S
a special from heath
aimed: the presidency/ of the committee an eru I'aci00 railroad stock wa* kl.
of minister The paper explain UMd the Mall Fraudulently.XaihvJlle. was compo.4Nl of President Henry UFt Cbarlntu' >, N. C. April :c .-A t mj"* denied' here today, emphattcaliy lagedtyamong

that he li worn out with work tad Tenn.. April Sti Joan ,,", .4r!.r'a private a', tendered by Ut vary acaffoldlng: erected for the (*.r. broker and personal' friends
road offlctal. aomli attending the ,Urine of this sH
In urgent need of rest but Inal.t.I l Fair who conducted a law school here of the former bank president d.|*lop 1 .
Arriving J c/-0vni corner stone of th* Crttlau buft"
u two
t that he ha* not resigned. la floaneial some year* ago and who was Indict' private **l bat there I* wry. little lit that
cars ..,. atta b- to the fell and shout' l<, ladles and Childrenwere
ellrcW* It la reported that M.VW_ H for using the L'at! .. State mail AIMM tlst stork held. by local uplaU.tI.
( Un train *..> U.bkb thrown abut J'' fet u, tbgrottad. -
may accept the tuAoagement of the for fraudulent purposes. U>. direct weal Th. rir.t National" bank of &filwa.
.. bourse Gazette WiDe the liiaoc of alle north at 1:1'i; .ir.' X Cull a butuWr were S-'D'' i
P'uao1tIDt"tIbans. TT charge < bruited but .. ..,....
Tb. casket w.a; traiii.'erred wader fulil so one was rty
publfsbe a report tbat General fake diplomas. I* brag tried before ny today 4.d.SIOd to take advantage
d the dlr* tk<& i>f fart KettUr. the ao ift;.ir d, )I,. Chrl. X a', .
KaropSUln, comenndr of the Ort Judge Clark la tae federal C'OtarI.. of tfc. f{.u. *. requiring that a aotlet '
It. tooted New York .. .
lots an-i toe .D..e
Alanrtarian army, will retara from the this day tut given "befor kudt. iui4.llioo
. who ta berw alt.adiat &II.. isyl.g of
away year Tit fcde. of the psirape
front an? b* ssseteeded by GeaetalKaolara trial take pUce: la Washington CJty can be withdrawn find a aotlc '
the _u n., of the home. ?
tl 1o corner rite
tar were ly drawn sad BC:
comantfer of the second Maacbartan but It wa flaally decided to bear tae of H day on sums exc..dlog |1M> ,
attempt .as ..a4.. to scene ta. menbr im tb. platform/ bell a* escaped unto
army. ca. here. Fair 1* alleged to nave 'flow p aoM broke, were *o stamped whew
of the family.' Kt" ;>r being tke eel jured,
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aperated In leaver sun.... Cftattaaoo.ga. ..... 1".t the tank wlodvw. n.
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r the p. y app.srt.tt. aaylug
German Prince at To'"'. W'abl& B4d W..u'. .In .'.. .
that the rip wobo nad throng. ,.
2q. Prtnc* Charles
April .
Token,
Aatoa Voa HohHullrn! r.preM.Ia.a" Indlct.e-IK M.1Athen. to Itovico, an.-j -.- faaeraiaoenta anaaa.. 1Urralagbam. A U. Aprilt CA ape.tiai ._, -_.. J

>Ot eke emptrur of G.rmaay with laeJapanese .. 0.. Apri 5v-la UM f.reralcowrt *o far wva4e |".>4. bewoaid I a tb. :
'e army acco-atpaalett by 3.ri.c* yesterday ia4i4 .(w) before arrival says that tttttlr I.! tl4 up tm the lilt l< UJnlUe. Ky April zc-Vttmoara&., ,

:w K.. & t.. of "aa!.. arrived here lo'*y ante were rttaraed agal.*t R. Lvmaa. I"Ut afesrvk.. will be ae.1 at C,.,.'. Net, ; a ria Central raJtrt 4d *. iUk of lass. le primaries for city sad CM)ntr ott,

c' 'from Mnk. a by ....,tII) bad .lIoOttta, AU the sere are being bald In btxtfatlUff to

T of the emperor of J*. Rafaa lUrvey and faily 2* raor* raaeare tie body wlU be placed I* a r.c.rla4'ea '! train are beta Beet t* New' Ort.*n. day'sat C Harta for ntiryarHenry ae1 ;..k
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;\ pa and many noiatiCUle cn. .4 I:. to b<* Iavetgat teeaorrow. TIt .J .sill e'vca [.JMhaa members Uf' user tb'a YallllJ aa4 )ilastsslppi l V*. U.ll for *>.rt. aav. se' .ppta .

h ,two. prtneea a: the railway *'*:*'ra.IPrtae. Sapptagtoa wa arrealetf" a.re today the family, lilt,. &tt.ttr.d: ",er u.. toy trrk by way of flarrt..,a. To. tics, 1M ocher .atr1.. having. wlto-

e Char'e of ltobf'lUtOC.-na w... "* OIl a eaari" of trytag to ra4or ... no atry, faa t- brught together foe rainfall 4 rtac; a arto4
c.oe1.4 to the SaUm >*!*<*, 'orb tt groe to latastcral to UiMiMjppf. Ills a txaafereace as J ik. luJ restlogA baa be.. Iii tult.a. Tk 4aa* g. u* u. iat.r*.t I* Ua.ti sr4 U* not beta

)I'm ftin fllrt'q'" JS.ur# I' O'n'- e-wts .:..u... ,J tae grow tag crop. .U u .!4 rav polled la UgfcU ,
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' LEGISpVEND; f Elfn.I'AI'ISJl; : i RQB Yti } LIFERheumatism'

; r ,. Jl'H J.
PEE&StJREWi
FUNCTIONS ; S
SOCIAL does more than any other'dis- ", i',

LiXIR ease to rob life of pleasure and comfort. It is so painful ,and far-reachinn ,u

its effects on the system that those afflicted with it find themselves uttr

That. Are Attracting Attention at unable to enjoy bodily comfort or any of the\pleasures of life. Somt;

REGULATES. TilE the State. Capital. bound hand and foot and suffer constantly with excruciating pains, sworn,.Q

stiff joints and muscles, and .
LIVER .
,
had been troubled with Rheumatism for .
pit 1ti 'q i STOXACII, GAINESVILLE CHARTER BILL distorted, crookedyasss, had been under the treatment of ph,,s)
limbs, while ve
and tried
BOWELS, ciana everything recommende.'
JUD EYS. intervals of freedom, during me, but all to no avail. My knee and elbow join
Hon. J. M.,Rivera Prominent Figure. which they live in constant were so stiff that I could not use them. I was '
nee at the fear and dread of the next able to do my household work, and was truly 1,
Hon. J. D. Watkins at the Capital.
'Appropriateoration The Inventor of the famous "TER attack, when, at the least ex pitiable condition. S. S. S. cured me_ after use *:
RELL SCRAPE" a man known wherever Mist Clem Hampton" Entertains in posure to damp-weather, or it for awhile,- and I unhesitatingly give it tar
of the plows sold and u.ed. says : credit it so much deserves.
Ore
Honor of Mrs. H. H. McCreary.From alight irregularity of any
'd Heroes. kind the disease will return. Sta. A., E. Liverpool, O. :MRS. M. A. DECKERThe

"I have used MOZLJEY'S LEMON Our Special Correspondent. of Rheumatism is acid condition of the blood '
InRmg cause a sour produl,1by
..aorlal Day passed
ELIXIR for 10 or 11 years In my i Tallahassee, April 26-The Florida food lying undigested in the stomach poor bowel action, weak kiilne
manner In Uaioes- family for the atomacb. liver and kidney
Legislature is now well into the third and condition of the External
nothing of *. and nod 1r.1s the beat medicine I a general sluggish system. applications, st>
an
there was have ever u ed. It la also. a sure specttto I week of Its 1905 session, and with the as liniments, oils, plasters, etc., do not reach the cause and can only give tenS
Mature on the program, at.ime for ruin in the back or under tbe I exception of the Regents' bill and the porary relief. The blood must be cleansed and pu

i what went to constitute vboulder I have recommended It In Crill pare food bill, there has been fied before a cure can be had. S. S: S. attacks t",

PTvance of the day was,done so numerous cases to my workmen wben little to stir the smooth waters of the ,$ S disease in the right way-it neutralizes the poison
fly and with such perfectneps kick and unable to work ad It ba al- and filters out every particle of it from the blood
given perfect iatUf action. H. D. governmental and political ..... Thisis ,
those who participated in and wit- way stimulates the sluggish organs and clears the sy
TERRELL. President Atlanta Plow tern of all foreign matter. It the disease and
cures
ned the ceremonlea were well eati.ed. .- Co.. Atlanta." permanently safely
diction ; but it is possible nay, even because it contains no harmful minerals to derange the stomach and diges
I probable that all this is but" the calm tion. Book on Rheumatism and advice wish without charge.
and 0 any you
about
The day opehed cloudy,
MOZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIR. before the storm, for it is sore the special -
o'clock a slight shower fell ; but this THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.ofte'n .
of the Governor anent the
was soon o'er. and tended to be refreshing -i _. ._. ___ __h __ message
drainage of the Everglades, which la
laying the duet and making week a stone coping
the past preparing .
now due, will stir thing some. Some .
the morning comfortable.The for the base of thn monument. This .
new bill. like the anti-Snndsy baseball -
first number on the program was coping is in a running square of one bill, the Crews bill requiring patent _ PRICE: ] LIST _
1i enacted by the members of J. J. Finley hundred feet. Its enclosure will be .;
medicine manufacturers to printon
. .OFk . .
) Chapter, United Daughters of the s..t in fragrant flowers, which will tendto labels the percentage: of alcohol the

ii Confederacy. The ladles of this Chap. beautify the monument and I Iround. preparation contains, and a number of

M, ter, with their friends, assembled atr .. similar measures, will create talk and EUREKA WINE & LIQUOR CO
the home of Mrs. W. H. Taylor, the : In all, Gainesville has no complaint oratory.
make in the matter of properly observing -
president and at 0 o'clock carriagesconveyed I to Senate Bill No. 108 I. the Gainesville
them to the cemetery, where Confederate Memorial Day for TilE GREAT SOUTHERN. MAIL. ORDER HOUSE.
charter bill, and i is now on the Senate
rl they decorated the graves of the departed l00 ,and it will be a day long remembered calendar under the head of "Bills on EXPRESS PREPAID. Full Quart Measure.,
"1 heroes of both armies. Theceremonieifat by those who witnessed. the "
Third Reading and be called
at r'. may up
J the cemetery were simple ceremonies.A at any time. The bill as it stands now Per Four Six Per
Gallon Quarts Quarts Case
but impressive, and were entered Thousand Dollar' Worth of Good. makes the city limits one mile in each Hatcbett's Private stock' ... ............................ (400 (400 1500 fit CO
into with a heart full of love and respect < in Hatcbetfa That's Wblskey .............................. 4 /to 400 O 90( 13 1&Uatebe..t'
"1 have been aflllcted with kidney direction from the court house .Old R'e.... .................".....,........... 320 390 4 8O a 80*
a for both the Confederate and the place of a mile and a half as first pro. Eureka N. O. Apple Brandy. .. ........................ 4.\! 4 TS! 7 00 1400
and bladder trouble for years, passing N. O. Apple Urandy................. ........... ..' .... 31: a65 486 O TO1RurekaMalt
"
Union soldier posed. Borne other minor changes and .. ............ .. .......... .................... 4 no 4 00 13 OOiKureka
: At 11 o'clock, at the court home, gravel or stones with excruciating:! been made since the N. O. Peach Brandy. ..... ............. ........ .. 4'4! T5 700 11 00.
pain," A. ff. Thurnes, a well corrections have N. O. PeachIrandy....................................... 32 321' 4 WV a7oiEureka
Ex-Governor Francis P. Fleming of !. says original drat was presented to the N. C. Corn........... ....... ........... .......... 3 25: 326 4 HI G '70
Jacksonville delivered the address known coal operator of Buffalo, O. "I Eureka N. C. Cora. XX...... ............................ 800 80O 4M BOO
'', medicine until I began members of the Alachua delegationhere Eu..ek.N. C. Corn. XXX ... .................... ....... in! n! 411Hao,
the day, under the auspices of Stone. got no relief from in essentials Eureka N. C. Cora. XXX X............................... :3 SO 8M (75 TIM
taking role,'. Kidney Cute ; then but these are not Okt Crow Bourbon.. .................................... 460 460 676 13 M
wall Camp} U. 0. V. The distinguish but merely go towards the perfecting Hermitage Re ......... ........... ....................... 4 6O 460 B 75 13 Sit!
introduced by Major the result was surprising. A few Sunny Brook Rye ......................... ......... .... 3 n 376 yes 1130!
ed speaker was of the measure. The bill cannot now 'Bunny llrook Sour MaHb..... .... .. ...... ... .......:.... 375 :375! 606 H aof
John W Tench of the Veterans, who doses started the brick-duit-like substance if Echo Sprlnff. '"... .. ............ ... . ... ........ 460 485 G BO 1. ft r
and now I have no pAin across be amended in the Senate, and any MUll: Velvet .. .... . .. . .... .. ... .................. .. 6 >W B 11\ 788 1670
t In a few eloqbetot but impressive words change. are made this must be done In Oak.II4.. .............. . ... .. ... .... .......... 375 4 CO COO H 0t-
kidneys and I ft'ellike a new mtu. "
C told what a true and tried soldier Col. my the House when that body reeeivea the t
Fleming had proved himself to be inc It hat done me $100 worth of good." bill Gin From 92.50 to $3.50 Per Gallon, Delivered.
Fol. Cure will Senate as passed. Save twelve label of 1I.'obeU'al'rh. Stock and a bottle free. Save
Kidney cure every secure
: : the "distressing days of the 60. Col. form of kidney or bladder disease. lion. J. M. Rivers of Gainesville is apromlnt'nt twelve labels of iiatebett'i Old Rye and secure a bottle tree. Save twelve labels orHatobett'a
Tb."'. Whiskey and secure a bottle free. Save twelve label of Eureka
Fleming spoke for an hour to a crowded
Bold J. \V. McCollom A Co. in Tallahassee on various .
figure
by N. O. Corn and secure a bottle free. Save twelve labels of Eureka N. O. Apple
house, and his remarks, which were -----. - - matters connecting with legislative Brandy and secure one bottle free. Save twelve label of Eureka Malt and secure
one bottle free. Price of all goods bought at company. tore are 70c per gallon jeM
*? on the line of the Confederacy, Her POTATOES AND WATERMELONS I and Judicial affair. He ia also than wben delivered. Nocbarire for JUMS. boJl.*or dr.,..... All of my bottle. are
6oldlertf And Her Cause full measure. All standard. brand of whiskies old over my bAr at iCe per drink-10
were warmlyand .
ir here In the interests of the protestants from 16 leaves 6 for you. All wine*quoted on application. We also carry cheaper
.enthuSiaitlcally, received. Farmers Are Manifesting,;; Confidence of North Gainesville liquor than those quoted. Special prices on large quanUtles: packed any sires de-
aired. Money refunded If rood not satisfactory.EUREKA .
Stonewall ftftjnp, U. 0. V., members Jn 'These Prolific Cropa.W. lIon. J. D. Watkins of Micanopy Is WINE A LIO.UOR COMPANY,

of the O. A, R.\tiOiJi chapters of the M. Blitch of Santa Fe, one of tho also here representing the trustees and 13& WEST DAY STREET .JACKSONVILLE.-FLA.

i& Daughters of the CbrWederacy, a battalion oldest and most widely known rest- the (interests of the East Florida Seminary

j from East: Florid -emlnar", the dents of the county, as well as one of .

; pupils and faculty of II)% Gainesville the most successful farmers, was in the There is not a very large lobby here, -r

Graded and High BohoJVand the pupils oily. Wednesday. Being an ex-Confrd- in fact none to speak of, unless we except THE EVERETT HOTEL

f of )I lbs T.-bt'au' sflEol I, attended ernle. soldier and a Veteran, ho came some of the employes in the Capitol ,.

,. this meeting, to say nothing of the to hear Ex-Governor Francis I*. Fleming building who seem to have a sufficient -

Apt great number of citizens! who came to make his memorial address to the amount of leisure to be keenly 235 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

2' hear the illitlnguljlfrd( speaker and ei- Veterans and their friends. interested in matters legislative. even .

y, governor fIn 101 r. Illltch states that the people of apart from more or less ethical newspaper C.ntrallfICK'ated, thoroughly repaired and renovated. Newly tunl 'id.

the afternotyi the ladles of Kirby his section have become enthusiastic work. The latest is a not very European Plan.

Smith Chapter, assembled at the home In the culture of Irish potatoes and cleverly veiled attack on the uniform H :A-SON' -

; of Mrs.: J. F. A Klnstry, Jr., East watermelon, and that many hundredsof school !book bill Introduced by the :: Propri.etnrCLYDE

"; Main street, N. They proceeded to acres are now. set In these. One Senator from the Thirty-Seoond DI..

"h' the cemetery, where the graves of all firm has planted and Is cultivating,: 800 trict.

soldiers, both Confederates and acres of watermelons of various varieties Tallahassee Is waking up In a social LINE

Unions, were. strewn with fragrant from which they anticipate big way. Last night there was a very

flowers. The 'Veterans' Mr",,'. In the results. An extensive acreage has also large but select card party in the parlors .

A Jewish cemetery were not forgotten, been planted In potatoes. of the Leon Hotel, given by Mr.

I;** amt' Mesdames llurkhlm and.r- Speaker Gilchrist In honor of his

thelm and Miss Maud Uaham.ten.ten. About Rheumatism. mother and sister Mrs and Miss

i deny laid sweet Mowers upon their There are few diseases that Inflict Gibbs. One of the must pleasant of

graver.IM. more torture than rheumatism and the more Informal functions was the

? When the ceremonies Wf'rto"r at there is probably no disease for which Easter: dinner given at the Leon hy

, the cemetery the ladies returned to such a varied and useless lot of remedies Mise Clem Hampton complimentaryto

the city, where they decorated with have been suggested. To say thatit Mrs 11. 1I. eO.arl of Gainesville.

fragrant (flowers the Confederate can be cured is, therefore a bold Those present were Senator and Mrs.H. .

monument, which occupies a prominent statement to nuke, but Chamberlain' II. McCreary, Miss Alice Appleyard x'BJHrE: LY S.A.rIrNGS: : :

: po.1\Ion In the court house Pain Mains which enjoys an extensive of Lake City. Senator W. K. Jaoksonof BKTWrEN

f square, The monument had been previously sal, has met with great success in the Inverness and )Ir. Louis Brumby. Jacksonville and Ne"v York

decorated In a most appropri treatment! of this disease One application { Meautiful (lower and multi-colon Calling at CHARLESTON S. C., both ways.

ate manner In the morning, but the of Pain Balm will relieve the Easter egg.' formed the decorations. The Finest Steamship in the Coachriie Service

ladies of Kirby Smith desired to add pain, and hundreds of sufferers have the color scheme being>> red and white Clyde New England and Southern LinesDirect .

new laurels to the bravery and valorof testified to permanent cures hy its ute.Why The date hat not yet been announced forth I
the Confederate soldier.To suffer, when i'atn lUlm' affords' usual Governor' reception to the ; Service Between JACKSONVILLE BOSTON and
such quick relief and coals but a trifle? PROVIDENCE sad All Eastern Pointy
UeorgeV. Mo,.,., a Con federal For sale by all d ru alii.,.. member of the Legislature. A nombr Calling at Charleston both ways.

i" .. Veteran who Is well known here cues of other social events are on lapis, SAM=--vrmER'r.: : S.AILIN"GS: :

belong the credit of the excellent and Court ( and the remainder of the session maybe Southbound... . ...." . . . .From Lewis' Wharf Boston

WaablnatuD.prU *6.-The supreme morn lively In this direction.Mr Northbound.. ... .. . . . . . From Foot of Catherine St., Jacksonville
monument. court of the United States today directed . J. A Kcttboroofth returned Monday -

.American I. also a true Confederate, the Immediate Issuance of the'. from a very brief visit" to hrs home
Clyde St. Johns River Line
I' aud will never forget the cause which mandate in the ease of G.orff WIteAwri I In \\1n\l.or. Mr. Ttllmao made the
whose removal from New t ilVn.aeoU trip. None, however of a.teoen JIACKLIOMVILLac and W.A.NJrO"D
+ he defended when he was nothing for trial the ;i the {'Ou,,',', delegation have aa yet Stopping at Palatka. Astor SI. Francis Berreford (DeLand.and Intermediate
York to Washington on
i mono than:a mere lad. In the hands missed a roll call unless absent OBI Landings on St. Johns River.
of the life-sisd Confederate soldier charge of defrauding the government {I Legislative business.! B.

which turmuuuU the pillar of stone aa chief of the* salary and allowance i -- - Steamer "CITY.: OF JAC SONVILLE"

h* placed a Confederate flag-the genuine . division of the poatolBco department, If the Baby ta Cutting .th Is appointed to sail as follows: Leave JACKSONVILLE Sundays Tuesday

1' article, and to show his sincerity baa been ordered. In the Ease of JohnA. Besur. and use that old and well- and Thursdays. 3:30 p. m. Returning leave SANFORD Mondays,

j and his loyalty to his country, on a }Wnon. who U to b* tried here on. tried remedy, Mr Win.Io,,'. Soothing Wednesdays and Fridays, 9:30 a. m.

:41 staff above this silent messenger of the the chartro public of(ands fraudulently. the mandate appropriating wasordered Syrup for children( t*.U ln*. I& a.st Waddowa b0e a4., 8C11KDULKLeaveS:80rm Ncrtkboe.d..... lilt'-

dead he suspended a United States sooth the ehiKS. softvaa the rams, : .Jacksonville .. . . . .. ...Arriv.2:00 am
to be stayed for' one *k. In all wind eoll and I* 8:46 . . . .
Hag-a beautiful, impressive and allays pain. rare pn & ... -00pm j
the latter case notice WM pun of a the best remedy fordLarrhoea. Twentyfive a:00am..... . . . . . Astor 1:10pm
sentiment of the union of
touching motion for a nw trial.. cents a bottle. t :iAam...... . .. . . . .,c t. Francis. 2:00pm p

this Nun'r' ,. Mr. Mojer was complimented -._-_--._-.--.--_-_- __ _._ ___H' ___.. ..__._____. _ .Be res ford (De Land) ... .... ItOOfta- a
I. by many, including th. Veterans Arrive 8:30: I JOam "J

of both the Oray aud the Klue, dierry jcctorx&l. Doctor --to.roam. . ._ Enl.rp rise.._. . ...... IQtOOaasGENERAL "

upon this idea have prescribed this medicine PASS. AND TICKET OFFICE. 122 W. BAY 8?..JACKSONVILLE. .;.

The ladies of Kirby Smith Chapter, for over sixty years. They r.M. ntomtoyan.JL. AM .Cab Pea sax.,, tts weal Bay** Jaekmst e.Ea
W.u.CV01'aRJr .h Mc..An- Y.ztzz.L.a.e.fas.s..s'
under tne aUlp Not whom this beautiful a.
1 heartily endorse U for ail diseases Boot fIl Hotta str.et. Jaekwtme. FIa.
pi naoaomentVas ereeted, are wader .L AQ Laasli .......A.c... Ten. CLTtJ&X Oqm..!I1o-.X..T"'"
t many obllcatVaa to Mr. Uoyers, of the throat and lungs coughs, 'I'lU."O. U. EGO, . OLYDCO... .
who hen U. dUiAall at work toe CftldftfimnrttiH*. S\vsri' * awl' a ? t:: : 1. q,
h '.' .. .> r.ariahe.a.X 1
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PRESENTED Begfn Taking Ozomnlslon Today FIGHT FOR TEN-HOUR DAY.Bakers' .
and Your Cure Begins Today T
:. Union Will Continue To Work

''l 'THE LEGISLATURE for Shorter Hours.
; New York. April 2<5.-It has been

.1.I n. decided by the Greater xvw York
executive; : board of the IiaKt-r union,
ovine Police Pension Billed
: In consequence: of the d.c'.on': of tht
by Unanimous Vote. 1!i: 2'l"1i.. ...1....,.. .. t'. am.ln.n.ts . "I'niti States supreme co-nt( elarlug\
unl: :vllcln-i d! r.>' i'ropeti i
r tht tt'n-huur law UUCOIIJ-MI msl
ti <
a n-v Very -uk-Kly Healiz- !
GAME LAWS AMENDMENT I; In Rrlnirinff healthy i\uor to the J force the demand l through tht>ir +.
rj
Cheeks
of he Pule and Sallow.In
1. Producing Strength to th? Weak to efforts if possible. A *'.,'nu-nt!

tilizcr Bill Put Back on Second the 11T..r.ln&fblo anti tin the the Sy In"valla.t. m of PonvalesCTUS issued: ou behalf of the board saying: ;:
from ICxhruistlnp t'I is,>.<". .1 "In all 2.0CH out of :3.000 union ;j
.,.leading.. ;-Taxing; Owners. of DORS.; In t'I.-nnslnv ih" Entire'. S\"t. m. ers hlan asreemcnl tt :: li their '
NuurlslUi-s the \\ >r "iut.
louse Accepts an Invitation-Limit In R.->un
Aa; Carrying of Shot Guns. I Facts In !BulMInK of Chlilrrn.I "f .f'n their l.lttl TUHilt. I ing for the Uu hours work daj T FLI rX
'* I the r)** lraM IMnk I.n.'hlte Flesh and is ladci>on lent of any tui'-Mion(I of
aU.h..eo. April 25.-The follow.A In Dolling their t'11H'k with, the Pretty: I ,
Color and Dimplca that make Mother's. forcemt-nt. of the shortvr forking
new bills were introduced in the Heart lies in with the .n
Clad.ozolsVLsloly any case unions
..ate: la *a Aatidot. for all Diseases Caused by Its operation depend on Uu-ir t
: anator Blount-To provide for theliniment JBxpoaure to Cold and Wet. to enforce It. We will organize:
of assistant coroners in To prove Its Medicinal, Food Merits a thoroughly H* possible anal tight for

:> counties of the State ; also to re- Trial Bottlo Froo by Mall ten-hour day on trade union lines."
Will be eent on request. Writ by letteror
ire the record of instruments relied postal card to

las color of title ; also to define the Ozomulslon Co.,98 Pine St..We w York. A Dandy for Burns.

ord of deeds or mortgages un-. Alt E>rug-g-t.t_.Two alxea._ 50c. and Sl.OO. Ur. Herein, Pans, 111. write : : E.II'rG-:: :: I J..
Sknowledged or defectively ackDow.'d1ed. ---- --- -----
have u#_*d 15it 11 aril's Snow " ; II
; rewards for the apprehension of erin! always recommend it to my friends i mealy voint*. Stands '

[Senator Scott-To provide for the nals.. It was then ordered engrotsedor I am confident th.-r.-I. no better I yea s old. 'ill weigh ;'

olition of trials or inquisitions as tcr < its third reading. 'It is a dandy fur burn..' Those muktr the at
e i insanity of a person accused of cap- Senator Hlount'. bill defining tenancies live on farms are especially liable' season !1w
il offenses after a conviction thereof at will and to provide mode to determining many accidental cuts, burn, brnl*
ad providing; a method of disposition etc wa placed on second which heal rapidly when ." & Davis: Stablss
Snow: Liniment. is applied" It .
t such cases and for other purposes reading for amendment. ..
nlway he kept in the }rouse fur 1.
;l',Senator Bailey-Authorizing the Senator Zim' bill to make more perfect iif emergency 25C, fitVv $1 OU i : insure foal .

mptroller to draw warrant upon the records of titles to real propertyin Sold by W M. Johnson.Refrigerators,. ...
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treasurer in settlement of the 3. I.failes this State gate way" to a substitute ___u.. . .. .. ... LIST OP
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claim. measure by the judiciary committee,
"Senator( 'est-To provide for the which substitute war placed back upon Beer and Malt.

rivilege of witnesses in certain cases. its second! reading for amendment. ,

;Senator Humphries' bill relative to Senator Trsmml"Ibill\ providingthat _!-- -

.he municipality of Dradentown was when fertilizer is not. as represented : : : Hulk Ht.utII-Ju\l'l'l! Tree-sot rrT>|>aU. yll
used by a vote of 29 to 0. by vendor, and the purchaser : ; << I tI.I\o'I'.r Uallon: t

,\" Senator Zim'a bill regarding free suffers damage by reason of said fertilizer We have the only sod genuineODORLESS ; 'm'' I !<(.. Jia. Corn<< lifxnl. .% Kra,t.>,
panes or discrimination in rate., after not containing; the ingredients << VI I I Uv*. Uln.Lttrl horn.|VrUII Ktim. t'lnn n several attempts to amend, was In- which the vendor thereof represents, itto :3J 4A<< / m 1i.Mt ,I.,U"lhJn: .
4H \ !M I Ittn, Co,,,, Ituui. ltt for the ..."".". .
definitely postponed. contain the purchaser may recover << 4ft t"t heat IVrtlallon:
.f Senator Sam's bill protecting wild from the vendor the damage so sot I wvi,1 I "44" Rye IVaob.d anti'"AIH sass>I" HraiwlT. Mellow l'',

|otter from December Itt to March 1st, tained. After some discussion by Senator \ 11 '''11'',Uallon,
l I .5' \" ,"rIt'CI, Nu.,tai l""i. ItY" atedletna
acn year, ordered engrossed for third : Adams and others the bill was putback .. . tiuallty.t.KMI .
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<< 7st ;
(reading; also bill amending game law on the second reading for amendment. : t Mr. UUMM 'UK:Kit. Per I).... l
advanced to third reading.; It limits It will COST YOU NOTHING : w I P'.I.la5, Inter . .. ...' II SAen 1
i 1101 . ..
the number of wild turkey to two In The Senate went into executive session. investigate.' << n I HtaiMtaritI ':Ur.I'.I. .. '.?, l 1 W> .r

?one day, and quail to 20 a day to each :; !! !M ini I I Mall, rats dark; ,. I IPII.11

jjan, and provides that no party of two As the TCey West railway extensionbill : i I'oll i "I'oimrivr lA.. Al., |ImiHtrtrtli .In,., . x *
'/0 I I .,... '
t
uninn.a.I.luul I'lnu
or more persons shall kill more than was about to be taken up, the Senate !'
I l ll. '
bit "I'It.U"n.
I White I 111oes th > on i
two wild turkeys or more than !0gnail. adjourned until tomorrow.The . Ice Cream Freezers; -
Senator Sam's: State game and \Vailes claim of $163,100 with .\ and Arctic B R o S. J A'K1'LA II.I.E:. "

fish ward bill pitted to third reading interest is before the Senate.. . .... .. '. .. .
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1'., The following bills were taken up on In the House. .. M #
their third I and Steam Hose From 1-2 .,. ..
reading: Water *1
The following bills were introducedand I "
Senator Stockton's Jacksonville
police referred : I 2 i-2 Inches.
pension bill was pasted by a vote Mr. Buckman-To define duties of

of 29 to 0.Senator. . Seminary
State attorneys and fix their salaries.Mr. -- -
Zim's bill prohibiting the
Stt'pbf'n.-To vest county commissioners -
exaction: or the acceptance of a reward 1
Water Cooler
with power to employ attorneys .
compensation or remunerationby :]: lLA.L .
in certain cases before county Ice Chests,
public officers or appointees for the judges and Justices of the peace. Alsoa
performance non-performance or violation bill to amend law relative to allow. Fishing! Tackle, -

of any act, rule or regulation ing sheriffs and other police officers to 1'aliner' March 13
that may be incumbent upon thelVS$ Opens
rry weapons without giving bond.
administer perform execute or have To - - 1'a 1'a
.11' Wilson- Incorporate the Eight Weeks
executed, was amended as to exceptST. ,
town of Fort Myer -:0.,._ _.-
Wllllam.-To amend the law relating Baird Hardware Co.
i lntltut for Alaehua County and I. 4
to lawyers and the practice of .'..|....t a. law.On OAINESVILLK.: t>.. boarded In the Young Ladles'
nquett of Mr. Wells of Mills- FLORIDA b prtJCurtd at reduced. rairs In the '
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boro I fI..n.to: bill to legalise and
; both In the Literary and llusln.ss
validate ordinance No. 300 of the city
E. H. WATERS, \ .* desiring to enter al any time.
a of Tamwas taken up and passed "' wr;
Mr. Noble's bill taxing dogs, after PRACTICAL .ss the "up"lat..d.n. ,

discussion, was ordered engrossed.An .
Invitation to attend a reception I M POUND,

of the U. 1). C., May 1st, was acceptedby PAPER GAINESVILLE FLA. .
r wl the lions with thanks. ,

4A1t Mr. Sittronk's bill regulation width House Painting

of tires of vehicles on paved or improved and Decorating. .

11' '. ,y roads was ordered engrossed _ ._ . ,
..troy "La ..... and printed. Brew u.... Orner, Oalanillle. .
. bill amended - a .A. :D "
f M. Capt. 1'asco's as providing .
.;:; '
N W WilTS .
and
," salaries for supreme judges at Full line of Taint Wall

Hlghcat ead.r. "rnt In tk.world I3.00, was ordered ngro.s.-d. in stock al lowest ibices to the Railway
.._ ,__ ._.. ._
orb largest Mllioc, .Iabade Mr. Jewell's bell relating to teachrs ._._ __.. ,_ h.
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bicycle: la the world the awardto '
the KACVCLB of the only goal violating contracts was postponed ()It. . .
prize Jlvro in the blcjcl. eta. 44 to 8.Messrs.. KEYSTONE Camden
si the bt. Louta Wotkfa lair.b Southern
Owen of Franklin and Carlo ,

4 ton of Nassau were chosen by the a. T. HCIIAKER; rap.Co.'s. Richmond Wash-
House to visit the Htate colored' school ,

.- --. - at Tallahassee. ..Oro.. aa4ts'rs: ."'_.. Phila-

ROOMS AND BOARD Th. House passed to third reading a I'b4ee 14a P.o. Hot ,
bill Mr. Peaden of Santa Ito... to
by tl A IH W V".1.&. ft.A. New York 4''
prohibit county treasurers from
For Colored People charging commissions on lIIoDe, bor. - \ . ,

rpwed by the county or ua money ; ut. Trains Dully. '
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KITTIE M'CRA V. CUOICC H.KAI>H fAKCM PIP
transferred from oue fund to another
fund r,...k t..rr, l*y.DWwe M
1100 West LlWrrtyStr**! Limited.M
The noon hour having arrived, the
of O
LO AU la i r.
special order for that boar, General
Aceooimodstion Yir.t' -Cla.e. Rates Jewell's bill relating to tarrying of Iu seUos (Ii..sst Express.
Reasonable Most desirable resort for '!rearms, which bad been Indefinitely'
colored people" in the city. pcpoaed last week, but up DOW upon
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stale
-- tdrlLon, was Iad.Eait.lypostponed. Mail.h
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t MAXKRAUSS, .
General Jewell's.. pare food bill after MISS U. nDKTOn.NOTIONS
p".lItiaKE. light am.ndii>..te, was eogro4e d for I A It EQUIPMENT
.
'Its third reading.: U a solid v..lll/uU' train om-
A. WELL &; CO., = house adjourned. .aa-U.llta. Car, Itoubt. lrawl",a. 4"
> C.'.- tM rstlng between $s. Au.
WHOLESALE SHOES Cures CottgHs and CohH.Mrs. ,s, via Wa,hinm n, Uatloa.' Hi. A".U.UD.
ANDNOVELTIES. .ie.pt Hus das.,
Of AN Pin1.u.... O. Peterson. 62S Lk tit-. Too

-- p.... .:...,says:: "Of all eo.gh renv- ., Operating( ,
tdee! Mallard's Ho re boo ad By rap U osy from Jacksonville to New Orleans
> Sole AfflitElttS XO.LJK11 aDd SOTHl3 favorite; it bas do*. and will do all

.' QC1UTT Shoe. Eve ry that is claimed for U-to .p..dUy. ear I t4. '.......f ti re..rvatioaa.aH
ma'td. all coughs. sad rolds: -aad I It la ao..*.t H. 0. BOTUrrOH. Js." st
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O Al IVXstered STATE COLLEGES.The The United State. Supreme Court

has delivered a knockout blow to the ?
s he unl DoYouTakeQuiDiDe
! Tampa Tribune, Jn an article labor unions. The court in the case

.. under the heading. "Don't Go Backward of a New-.York law which limited, the

l at the Post Offlce a* Ga{ooTtli.iria,, ," says : working da1-of. employes In bakeries It'a 10 to 1 you do If.you are a victim a .

tut McoD4-cluJ 0>si matter. M i", "The Tribune regrets to learn that and confectionery shops to ten hours ._- of malaria.

there! f is a sentiment amongst the LegIslators hu decided that no State bat the right Don't Do It. If. Danrferoos.

H. R. MCCRkARTTdltor: .and P\Jb1lah\ . of the State favorable to cutting to place an atbitrary limit on the We'll admit it will cure malaria, but It leaves .

4 ___ W.__ _W.. ASHLEY,_.Aiiaoclate__ ___ u_Editor."- -- off the appropriations of most of working; day of those engaged in almost deadly after effects

JESSE: DURT City Editor. the State school, concentrating all healthful occupations. This ia equivalent '
money and efforts In the University of to declaring( unconstitutional in BERDINEIs .

LOUIS J. BRUMBY Uen'l Traveling Agn Florida at Lake Cfly, and the Florida advance the eight-hour labor law which

State College)) ; at Tallahassee."If the labor onions have been beseeching
F. M. PBEWITT. SuPt. CompoBln< Room. State purely vegetable and ab lntely guaranteedto .
,this were a compact the Congress to anact. cure malaria, sick headache bilionsneBS,
i / sl1 OFFICE FORTKK BLOCK. size of Delaware or Rhode Island the -- and all stomach kidney and Jirer complaints.

i laOS W. Main Street S. TKLBPHOMB 434 proposition would have some merit In Frank Biglow, president of the First TRY IT TO-DAY.
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r It, but being the second largest State National Bank of Milwaukee, Wfs.,
TnxDAILY Kt'JI.loubliahcd: every: morning except SO C ntsi tx Bottle._ AU Drvggiats.
with a
Monday delivered:\[ by currier In the city,or east of the Mississippi river a has defaulted with the banks' funds to

y mailed to any part of the United State. J>>OI'..** widely scattered population, us is the he extent of $1.500,000 The depose

3 free:,forty a year; fi.jo .is i month.; Ji.!13 threes case Florida, the suggestion is one tors will be protected. Wheat tpecaatloos For Sale by W. M. Johnson, Gainesville
t month..;or 50 cent: for five weeka-rtrlclly In tbat. will meet with the strong disapproval are the cause. :

; .Advance. of the people. Especially the

k fir ; Heading uolktu In local column 10 cent a line people of South Florida, who would be Change of Mode of Execution.
'l' forfinlinaertionarulycentaforeachadditionalinsertion. compelled. In ea.'the Legislature
t should take such action, to send their New York April 26.-la response to

+ ." Kate for display advertising made known on children. for higher education to the a memorial of Wu Ting Fang China' Turpentine Operators Attention!
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application.The former representative at Washington; ,
extreme northern and western portions
an Imperial, edict just issued abolishesthe
Twice: -Week Sun U an eight-page,forty. of the State. This would be parties
punishment of slicing to death
..r( column paper, publUhed every Monday and ularly) hard on the :young women of Immediate and
substitutes
Thursday, and coaUtna all the new of the decapitation cartes -
t ....eek. local State and general, and will be this part of the Stateas the advocatesof the Pekln correspondent of the

mailed pontage>> free to any part of the United the reactionary policy contemplate, Herald. The exposure of the heads The Standard Naval Stores Company of
1' State or Canada,for f 1.00 a )'ur-18 advance.- it Is understood, reserving the University and bodies of people after execution

t the leading college In the State, also to be abolished. Immediate Jacksonville Florida to
are now prepared
s' All advertising: trills become due after Crct ,
appearance of advertisement, unle otherwise for males, and the State College, the strangulation l ia substituted for decap

stipulated In contract rartie not known to ua minor and more distant, for female Itatlon. A: reprieve until alter the au. contract with independent producers and.
'' will be required to pay for advertising In advance. education. Both Columbia and Leon tumn assizes Is substituted for immedl-

Address,, Till' DAILY SUN.OA1JfUVIL. counties where the two instltutionaare ate strangulation and three
.... Fuu reprieves; will pay flat Savannah prices for Rosin and;
located are bounded on the north by annual the death penalty. Branding is ..
eat w "-" Geornla. One is west of the Suwannee also abolished.. W'u 'Tlnc Fang has Jacksonville
A schedule of the arrival and departure Spirits Turpentine delivered at either
river and the other only I a few miles been ordered to memorialize the government
of Russian fleet from varioui .
the
to the east. for other beneficial changes.
porti would be a good thins.The '"Way down upon the Suwannee --- ,or Fernandina. Free of storage,

river !I" Why cot be logical, cut off
Mexican: Lottery Company, all the State colleges, and establishone The Cause! of Many insurance or commission charges. We are

i which hat been doing business at New
or two In Georgia or Alabama? Sudden Deaths.
also to make liberal advances. In-
prepared
Orleans, hat got Into the hand of the "The people of South Florida areperf..ctl
$ There (is disease in this
f law. i a prevailing
At '\ willing that the State Collegeand ,country most datiKcroust:; because no ecep.I : vestigate our methods of shipping in tank,
the University should receive a I - live. .
} li" 1. J.IanY.I.Ileudeatbs
People In Tampa are indignant became -
Urge appropriation In' proportion to are caused
', 10 many of their people prefer by it-heart dis- r cars-it will save you lots of money. For
q their age aud dignity, but they are not .
r smoking opium to the cigars made ealK'neumouia,
i willing that the only two Stlte.IUrport.d -
there heart failure or further information apply to
+ Institutions that they have, the apoplexy are often
J
liartow Military Institute', and the St. 1 I the result of kidI -
If the Legislature could only hare
Normal and Industrial I ney disease. If
the State papers read before that bodyat Petersburg I I kidney trouble is
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School all that South Florida has STANDARD NAVAL STORES
or I GOlf
each opening union, what a lot of allowedtoadvance;
asks for, should be lopped otth..' ti the kidneypoisoni -
r pointers It would g!<*t. .
Georgian Florida should have all that i e.1 l blood will at-
I .-_ there Is to be had"SOUTHERN; tack the vital organs causing catarrh of Jacksonville, Fla. -

g The cotton crop has not suffered -- ---.-. .- --- the bladder, or the kidneys themselves
much by the frosts of the past two - --- -- --- break tlown and waste away cell by cell. . .
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SHEEP. madder trouble almost always result
; weeks, and the acreage la many partsof from a derangement} of the kidneys anda

Florida will be up to that, of last The Florida sheep seem to be lookingIn I cure i ia obtained quickest by a proper{

y:;, year. ________________ fine condition and this Is also true treatment: of thekiuncys. If you are feeing ABSTRACT & REALTY QOMPUl
badly you can make no mistake by :
of the flocks In of the !Southern
A man named Glbbs, canvassing for many :: taking Ir. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the
States. It Is announced in The American great kidney, liver and blad a Chicago portrait company, suffering I corrects inability to hold urine and
Sheep Breeder that the Merino
t"" t. for remorse' for the annoyance he had flocks introduced three Into' aKlliiK" pain in pUKing it, and overcomes E. E. VOYLE. MGR.
caused others, committed suicide at years ago that Unpleasant necessity of being Abstracts. of Title and fall information furnished regarding land La thv
Orlando.m North Carolina, through Samuel compelled go often through the clay, county Our manager baa lived in this county thirty yean uiia
a,, -- _._ .- -- Archer an experienced: breeder and and to get tip many times during the thoroughly conversant with Land titlea. .
'4t The bill In the Senate to prevent earnest advocate of the wool breeds night. The mild mill the extraordinary
f effect of Swamt-vRoot i is soon realised.
I fefc children under 16 years of age from of sheep, are proving a pronouncedsuccess. S -
wonderful
It stands the highest for its ZEL DB3. V O JLjIED
? C working In shops, factories and mines, The Hocks are In Hue condition cure of the mot dutresninjj runes.SwampHoot (_ .

with a severe penalty for such offense physically and the average price is pleasant to take niul is FIRE ACCIDENT BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE, Bepre-
s 'r will put a check on child labor. commanded, by their wool for the three sold bv all druggists in f fifty-cent and seating a number of prominent American and English companies.
one-dollar sire bottles. Von have a
. _- years is 'JO cents,or a little more than may REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOANS.
this wonderful discovery
--- ample !>otlle uf new
The propoied constitutional amendment f2 ,per head each year. and I a hook that tells all about it, Ga."" eB"V':1.l.Le: : : : ? FL.or:1..d.a.:

Introduced In the House of Representatives In this connection Mr. Archer Is both sent free 1 by mail. AiUrc,Dr. K l.

tl>y Mr. llryan of Washington quoted as saylnict t "I knew that the her & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When
writing mention( reading this generousoffer
Is as follows : "The manufacture Merino breed never failed In any country in this paper." })Oll't make any B. JORDAN
"'k transportation and sale of alcoholic as the basin foundation for the mistake,but remember nAUU!!. "'atup- FIRE, LIFE AND ,

t liquors us a beverage shall be, sheep business, either for wool or, Root, Dr. Kilmer's SwnmtvRoot, and the ACCIDENT IN

t and hereby I Is forever prohibited In the eventually, mutton and I did not believe address Blngluuuton, N. Y., on every '
batt Ie. THE OLDEST
i + State of Florida" \ our Southland would form any
.. INSURANCE
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--=. : - exception.: Now my Judgment experience --- AND BEST COM

,f The eat Johns 1'rrshvtery contemplates and work are in harmony when HITE'S FAMES

.-r' establishing a college at Tampa, I assert that I was, right and am right
4 and the city may have a chance to yet about' this alMmnortant consideration Cream Vermifuge

;h : ; dispose of the Tampa Hay Hotel property of the sheep business' with a IDf PORTER BLOCK GAINESVILLE

s for that pu rro--' li would seem heavy, line wool-growing sheep, with

', too bad to clo- up the only I flne.,hotel wool. the fundamental pre-rrqolslte, THE GOUUITEEB ,

? 1't' at Tampa, ami 'It
'' jI Presbytery would care to Invest soThe sheep and a profitable mutton business WORMREMEDY Gainesville & Gulf Railway Company

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heavily on .the strt. . as a natural consequence."
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- The wool' drop of Georgia, says The $
M Time Table In effect April 9. 1906.
I hY Uainrsville Nun I. making: a Southern .Field has ,ben recently attracting .
t tc protest. about' the uittremlv Lwhavlor ,
much attention. The s
qual
of tlie liackmrit who do l oinesa in i j
t that city Tlie Sun UJ' they net like ity of the wool last season was goodand THi: CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIc. bTo. e. ( IEze'1 G.Dall .
a lot or wild Comanrhes. there has been unsatisfied de- ..... No .. reO. I. No.1. No. a
but The an CW40S to l IrasraatB" .
b( 1'111.dll'" list evidently not visited, \ maud at about 30 -I cent advanceover Ttt. ....<' ... ..-- at Daily !>aU,. !31'ATIONB Daily. J D.f1J. Jzo!: p'
7" .1a..kellllylll... rrrutly.-t. Augustine Ballard-Snow Liniment Co..T. 9unmtay $univ
Iteoord.Yes. the previous year'. prices.The -
t 1.00ISS, MO.
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,r ); !h. has been In Jacksonville, butho cities in Florida that Far Sale bv fT_ )I. Jhns... A WJ.: P MtLv! A Ii Az. P 1-IIAI' I'll rPI&1 '

i : slid out of the back door to avoid are proaperinc ---- ----- 45 2 15 ....... ...._._Fatrield.......... ._.... 120 e 10
.. the mob. U..u.h action are not : are those that are doing bust 7 I ss I........ ... ..... ...... 107 800R
:. necessary, and all that I I. needed ,Is for nes on borrowed capital The bonded MEN AND WDMtNr 85W I : 45 ........ ...... .. .lnID..t-t ..... 1 00 bbs '
the railrotils and' Indebtedness of the United Slates ran. L..are W 1..aaaL .. .gal It hh M ....... ...... . oth.ld...... ...i....... .12 t5 610
take city authorities toJ1t and Kngland; has such a low rate ointerest I ..S..r.4,. trn.tl 41..r.1e..ta s..e alas.w 8 10 1'2 00 ........ ---. JIIt'km.D...._._"........1260 a46
action In the tnrlter.Reittsentative. ... .... La.k.. Btmoaton. .
_ .M. .r wa..aw eras Bib' ,1310 -- ... -.. ... its 640
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that It Is cheaper to pay the ,. r. tw ,j-u WL..54 us w.u 830 i 13 30 ........ is.. ... ftc-aaoP7 .........1........ 12 JO Sao tfitt
V of the iulf lines, littered than the principal.How'a Mc O aa tlt/w 88 I 3 .0 ......., .. ...Tacoma....___..... 1220 6:0.S .
4' f' the \\'.., sa.a, se..tt.Wra.v.e. 4.1 345 ............ .. .... Kirkwood..I... ..... 12 15 515
t-rn and trunk lines met in this .1r .a..M.,. bear.. p..aN.t .aai.u R DO 3: M ....... C17.tt.... ......'.... .. .1210 610 1t
Uuffalo, X. Y Monday to confer on wt .a r.a 900 4 15 ... ....11.- .... ... ,.. ..:...12 (0 486P
the subject! of neat ,pu', rates KverInce '1' offer One Hundred Dollars He- 1& I 4 -to ........ ........ Potnt...... .!... ... 11 43 .40
the |>r" ciit hull connection has ward for any ca.e> of catarrh that cannot ------- - -- ------- 9 4S Art 5 W ........ i ... ....Hataetvll3........ I't.... 1280 410itooL.t
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been, In rflecl eflort have Bern be cured. by Hall's Catarrh Cure e IlL.. 2) IUIOAr.ooII
a t making M 4 Ie 40 IS 63 ..........Bell&1111.... .. .. .1' U 940 2.
y to CH>UI. u a preliminary under- V J CHKKHT ,% Cu., Toledo. \). I 1.00 I., 7 (.b r......_._ CyrU.......... to 30 110II
*., standing between all the pads involved tile, undersigned., have known F. : :0 T OS 712 !_.....Graham..... .,..i. >12 t. 22 tIC
ou the basic of which ne.tjear's J Cheney for tn. last 1ft years,and blievi *- I, Ar) : .. &aaplOll City..... 20 In tl< rstrscuuU b* determined witho him perfectly honorable In all. Mutt 0an OOEKNOtG..w ........ 15.40.'., ; 11 1010 .. 1"alatb, O. a. & ... S 60 P e 00 a._.....

the t lull th" po-.ibllity of a war between business able to carry transactions out any obligation and<< tinanclally mad .':....:...': -...... M==......r..=,= ::::.::::....S..t.e.4S.J....Tale City,' Q.:lt,...p:::, 'foe' .f..r.' .:::::,

and Atlantic 8ato rd. Thaw by hi* tirm, 14Wnr .....,I"....*.u.M..COU"T'U...1- saw atwtiV.nf ........ ... ... . I 110 .....Taliabwaet. . B. AI...., J C8 ... ... ...... r
att 0oru! La** bn reist.d by the Unit "'.AUI''' ?. KIXXAX A MA avis. .,...,a.,.".... ........1I cb: U to _.V&Mo.ta U. 4 f'S 10 I SO .....
} lines. but the trunk line Interests n._ Wh l".I. l)rotguu, Toledo. O. iwssrtM" rlat. wrat I f tttAe- ..._ 850 4 XMoon] O. . ,. P.. Ut", 53 IS CO .....

'''t (sally de'.i
: f", tad It is ....".,PIS this decision will (ha.CUtDt' and sally mueo.s acting surfaces directly of upoa the the system blood.! waeptsw0.rww a ne ar PI At AI AI r L. A LAP II .... .,. ti tiTvaaa

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lb. (lull hags 10 agree to a.hr..wf'J ... TsUa ooUU sat free. PriH.I.iMtf .
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bottle. sad aM Na be ... Oa1a4niUe I'a1d.I4 a 811A4aJ.
.rrantait h. Hold by altdntfrgttta .
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w the ntn f4, lbi Take Hall's Family Km for coe ; L. E. BARKER .nnal Sa"a..L
,; coming 1fa paUna. i.l'j J. ,-. HILU .i M<. J. D. WAh'9; OtaertJ 4ctat.'I. .

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KTHE NEWS FROM ARCHER. THE NEWS FROM MELROSE. Jonesvitle Happenings. "1'

i I Jonedville, April :M -Bjine !1 (?)
c of Public School-New PV..- Farmers Are Needing Rain-Parties
called J. M. Milton to Komoko Sun-
;;byterian.Minister-Other Notes. Are Attacked With Gun.
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Lreh.r, April 26? -Mr. and Mrs. Alsrt : )Melrose April 26 -Mm. Wm. Hoffman day.Mr.. and Mrs J. B, Fowler of Lennon ..., Infanb and ChIldren..
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\ Smith and baby of Brunswick and three children have returnedto visited the latter's parent. Mr. and r

*. are visiting the parents of Dlr."ith. Starke after a very pleasant visit at : Mrs. II. A. Pickett, a few days this : The Kind You Have .
The baby has been quite ill, Mr. O C. Husband's. I week. i&Toj
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J') is better Dr. Frank McRae ha moved to town Mr. and )1,.. R. P. Miller an.l tlaughtern. -

"{John Cbatnblin WAS in Gainesville and is now"' located with his on-in-law,I little Mis"s Elite and Orbitf, attended : ., Always BoughtAc

1st week under the dentint' care.Miss .
A \V. Craig on Front street. church Newberry Ut Sun.
ctablc parationfor..Ms'simllatinggtcFoodandfcgtda
: Dora Smith is visiting friend
Sirs Underwood formerly :Miss Jennie day. .
t Evinstoa. I \V. II. Piekett and ..llItt"n.(1.( ...... NS
i Suggs: : was' in town recently from ting the Stomachs> andlkmvb of Bears theSignature
Rev.;Hudson of Cedar Key preached High Springs: Melissa and Clem and John W. Miller. !

good sermon at the Methodist church attended church at Newberry Sunday
A party of Gyp+ies were encamped

ist Sunday. near town a few days ago and did a nhtht. 1 -
''Oar public school, under the car of fiDe business in hone trading and fortune Easter parties are numerous at this rromolcs Dlgcstion.Clwrfulnes.sandRcst.Contaiiv 4J3 "''fa-'

rof. Fulks and Miss Martin, closed a telling place. Friday night there WAS one at
'try successful term en last Thursday Mr*. Wm. )[. Curry and son of Pa A. Ptckrtt'. ; Saturday there wa Opitun Morphine nor Mineral.NOT of

Mid on Friday the teachers and schol- latka are the guests: of Mr. M. KMullin. one at W. \\'. Spires', and one at Jo "NAll OTIC.. '

nand" their friends enjoyed a picnic William. ...

U Blue Petrel lake. All had a nice Cole and Frank Yearwood came over F. B. Al.rnau of Gainesville I. visiting .
"".,;. ..,tNJ ''Z1.1't1fNIR'
Ime. friends here this week
from the East Florida Seminary to ..
Mrs. McII. DePaci and sister Su- spend Sunday with their parents. :Mr. Scott had the misfortunu to lose

tane, and Miss Nellie Trezvant attended his tine dog this week. s.e-
Rain is badly needed by the farmers In I
the Easter vertices at the Rutnor! has it that West one of the
and fruit growers. So far only .84 g.A.::
Episcopal church in Gainesville ont watermelon m..n. has uarted for
inches of rain has fallen during this
Sabbath. South Carolina, his furm"rhome.Thtre 2ttApcrfecl > \
month
On next Sabbath at the Presbyterian will t e a Sunday school convention UseFor
J. R. Davis,, an insurance agent
Shu re h the Rev. Dr. Waddell will, be here on Friday, tviiiirdny and Remedy for 'on$tlp...
regularly installed at pastor of the came over from Starke on business the fifth Sunday. All are invited lion,Sour Stomach.InnrrUxviWonns.t'oiiMilAioiis.Kcwri : '

Khoreh I here. The commission to in- Monday. M. M. Holt is putting up a saw" mill hIWssttndLoMHok'SLESI' :
John one of the! crew' of the Steamer *. Over
tall was. appointed at the last meet- about two" and one-half miles esst of .
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Alert had the misfortune on Friday '
Jof the Presbytery and will con- here. It will give employment to FacsAnIe, SiQnnture or y
night to be hit by mOlt of a load :
,List of Rev. "".lC. Lindsay of Ocala. I quite a number of hands.
of bird shot fired by parties unknown
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Rev. C. M. Gordon of Micanopy and I Kev S. "". Sheffield came Sunday Thirty Years '-
while visiting at Earleton. Two other ._ _NEW YORK,
|C. Matheson of'Gainesville. The ceremony fill hi.
morning to regular appoint '
parties with whom ha was walking also
will be impressive and no doubt ment. He wa accompanied by his
r4A
got sprinkled with shot They were
[;will attract a large congregation daughter Mils FrankleBallard's ,
evidently quite a distance from the
|Two additions to the church will be .. - -.
gunner, as most of the shot only penetrated CASTORIA
I [received, Horehound Syrup 1LPPCT.
the kin or lodged iu the cloth DCACT> COPY Of
There will be excursion to Cedar
|/ an : ing. Immediately relieves hoarse, croupy I
Key from Archer. and Intermediate .__ cough oppressed rattling rasping and
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I ewe ---.. ...---

[points on Thu r.day. A Dare-Devil Ride difficult breathing Henry C. Stearns. .. .. ,. -". .. . -.., ."--,. .,. ,-... . . . . .
Often results in a sad accident. To Druggist ShuIUburg.Vt. write, May I

Fri&htful Suffering Relieved. heal aeaidt'DtaIIDjurie.. use Huck len', 20.1001: "I have been selling Bal- .. I

Buffering frightfully from the virus Arnica Salve. "A deep wound in my lard's Horehound Syrup for two year, c. _

lent poisons of undigested food, 0. G. foot from au accident," writes Theodore and have never had a preparation that

Grayton of Lula, Ml*., took Dr. King's Schuele of Columbus, O., "caued has given better satisfaction I notice

[New Life Pill, "with the result he me great s ain. Physicians "were helpless that when I sell a botilM they comeback

writes "that I was cared." All stom- but Bucklen's Arnica Salve quickly for more. I can hul..ltl i recommend &
Mb and bowel disorders give way to .Sternberger Phillips
tbelr tonic laxative properties. 25c at I healed it." Soothes and heals burns It," 25c! tOc. .Lt"> Hold by W. .

[all drug stores, guaranteed like magic. 25c: at all druggists I M. Johnson

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and everybody Is happy aid' contented Painters and Decorators.

The Cash PUTNAM COUNTYIS Celery .'IfOciallleot'm. in prosper In

the growth and yield prolifically> In

PROSPEROUSMarion I that section" Brown House.We Mi
Opposite .
Mr. Smith states that the orange

Co. groves are doe In Putnam county generally
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Grocery Smith Talks of the Good The grower enjoyed a good -If -

Times Around Palatka. crop the past season and Indication

are that this season will outstrip anything bate BW In "t*f WAI.I, I'Al'KU. assorted In all
ever seen In the :State, even previou .
J, R, EMERSON & CO. EVERYBODY IS CONTENTED to the freest. the latent fthad and pattern, and are rereltlag fresh shlpnentu. dally.

"You know old Putnam ws alwaysthe Our Mr. Htemberirer whls In New V.rk City: at prevent, has Uniifht'a.
gnu far Reduced by the Freeze of 1895, the banner county of the State In the
larger stork than we hate en hand at pastas frets,the lament and best. lnip.rt",r.
BarrlDfrton Hall Steel Cnt Coffee. Farmers and Others Began to Learnof production of urangr*I. 'In the good old

Ballard's Obelisk Fleor. New Advantage With the Result ,times before the freeze, fend we propose there, wblrb, when It arrltr, will give ns as large and well asserted II stork .r

to show the State, nature being ,
That They Have Progressed. WaUI'.pn.. yon will fled anywhere the Koala.Me .
good to u*, what we propose to do net t.
We have the Choicest Goodson Marion Smith a prominent farmer seaion The grow.. are taking good al.. carry a full u.. *f Palnl, Oil, Vanishes furniture, Pel lib and '

our daily and cattleman of Francis, Putnam care of their groves, and next season Hruthr fr the home and general .....
county, near Palatka, was" a business you may watch for the largest yield of

"S U viiitor to this city Tuesday. )Jr. citrus fruits from Putnam of any county Get Your House Painted FREE. Call and get particulars at
..... ) JLj ..... Smith states that he visited Pa-
; In the State of Florida. our store.

Irish Potatoes, per peck . . . 3fie10o latka often and that the Oera City I I Mr Smith was only her for a short ;

Best White Ilasjnp. per pound was never la a more prosf-eroas coo time. returning to hi. home at Francis
Durkee' Salad Dressing 25o! I
Queen Olive . , . live dition. The streets are being properly 110 the afternoon.

S Cans Corn . . 250 sewered real estate I I. rapidly chaog : _.. ._.__ .__ _"__ ..._.__.. ._ .4 PHILLIPS
8 Cans Peas8CansTomatoe, . . . . . 25oZ5o tog hands at good prices, the county I STERNBERCER ;
*. 3 lb. caD' 1wl will soon erect a new court house and WASHING WITHOUT WATER

2 Cans Koat Beef OPPOSITES BROWN House!
altogether the people and merchants ,
Fresh Onions and Turnip. I I. Life Trylsi <. U.. KM *f D...rST
Fresh Extra: Flo Coffee.Onlen ,. of Palatka are prospering, as they have WttSMMilDhl ...,......

y All Promptly HIM. not prospered since the frees. Th. I you ever *.. sae one trylnc, laah Qainssv Ills Florida
truckers are alto doing well the principal I .. tbP"M'| without 80ap or J
Phone 1 Y6
waist
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crop being celery. If you did what ,<,aid you ear .( -- . ... -. . -- ,.. .- .. .. . '''', ,, .- . ... ...
- "Yon know we fellows in Palaika klm
knewwhat It .. ..pry kn as r.-,II." to try In e.trf4 >cat+ T.A.'JL8J'CXD' 1000. .
and surrounding country never .( tMndruff and t't pr.r.nt Iteld-
FOLEY'SHONEYuwTAR it "was to get out sad push" remarked lien by '....1.! tb. .." ..., H.F.DUTTON&CO.OF.LJ'ItHIH
"with C.athr.rld. V..U Qt1 -
)Ir. Smith In good-natured
a
all4 ....,bar ..."-13 see which form .
"way "until the frees of M came Ih* prlnrlp 1"\1")1. .r mo.l so.

\\'. "were all well filed, having our Batted Hair VI. f.. -
N.wtro'. 1f"1J'tea..s. I t. .wc.nrut hi.revs.
graves ; bat "when that frees swooped II attack and kilt lh e ..,.."La
down" upon us and took about all of I germ wlttch fM d* en the hats r onU. Sea Islac..d OottoziSea ..
II I. Ih* .wtc1"el and. OeaIr .....lIlaeel'elp
The rlglna! the earthly possession w* had, oar, : g.r'nflde nt.mfa.ter.ddatoM .
ryes were opened sod "we l*>< LAXATIVE cough remedy. lo-k boot,, The result I. that. wehas. .lamp fr ........ to -''h. IIK .W. COL.X Leather In SlduM.
>.tr<4c Mkh Btrifm or ; ,
learned great many thing we
Tb ..nuln. J. H. IU4lf"nl A C-. ._p etal J.ptalA "
did not know. aDd DOW, a.lh. or sages
j.OLZTSDONET.a4TA ta toaT .. - . ..--., .. - Manufacturer of the JameM Doig Improved EnglbU ,
beginning to com bask
are again w* #
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.II.wpacka< lUfoa. nt.U, ". are doubly bUd, for "'I' have both J. .1. HAZEL, Sea Inland Cotton Gin nml SupplifiH for Snnio

*>rpar>> .Ki only by crop and fruit, and there I. no eoan- GAINESVILLE FLORIDA USA
P.t., *Company' OMo.c*>. earth at this tlm more Practical Baer-aUler ui Iic Iii t. ,

try on pro* ._ - --- -.-.... "''' '''''- . . . ...., .. ..- ....... ..
For Kal by J. W. XcCllasa C.. peroo., and no peopt. more I Iodea4- -

-- -- ... --- tat.unouedIDII'a1at'a than the p+opls, of the country All Work ()OsrnU ftatisfftttory, G. S. MERCHANT & GO. _


iI .'A few years ago: lure was not a A.tall.rs u4 Jobben ta .
% .. (iaJa ,rvllU Fla..
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maa ia Pataam county tat IriUt .In tb. Kfi 8. Oak A ,

eeetio.I refer to aroond Palatka) that _. ... . ". 'r_ ._ . J

w4 matter would think of protneiagv.gtabiee to rain his Land.10 What tb. E. J. KIRK, Staple and Fancy OroceriesOfJTIf j


s1LlL l mitRi l Is U today! W* fad! p..JSeE- Real Estate, Loins, ,Rents. Ink laf den Seed" FwfiWitf
Ub2 farms all round PaUUa. t. iy/
saes eat 1.-- 4 1944. ....at E. 8.1 .*
within t 0AJKB0Y1XJJB.. FLOUIPA ;
RZ. .
many aa.&aoee swrporat* IIDI: eQU s ;'tIII.
; Because they are the best lUniw *f tb. city, and. the gr.w.n are Jarajwvtn, ItsviaaFlsv

">*'" ,in the land for the money oiakiaj: a good Uti.,. K. t.ttr..I." Leon Co. rarms Far..J,.. n. .,.... matkat ,rIM pet for a.M-'''. Yg t tad otbtt A''fs4.N.' :

... UcoonLry beet posat. Isada fla4. .g.. &,. 1t.
: I ever skis -
M WM grow
Ask you dealer for the ot : gala. to city I boos* as>.4.. Ioca.. 1, "'>(.ri...,, .' Wfit. :
Uaa U* growers *fa4 Pa1a&b .. .... s.ch is.: ;:, "
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PARTS OF FLORIDA CURES ERE ALL ELSE FAILS
Itf. 9est Coueb Syrup Tast.. Ceod.
Use in time. aid by dinggMI. IA
CAL !

ill Brief Happenings Sections of From State.Various ,


> in a hurry. On Friday last 65
n* ss
h THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS cases were disposed of netting (650 Do you want to live where the climate is mild the year round-

Transpiring In "The Land of Flowers." the average time for'each case being where labor is never oppressed by stress of weather, and where

.: Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the 20 seconds. animal vitality is never lost by mere conflict with cold ?
Several parties have been arrested
Busy Reader-Items of Interest to for seining Qih In Lake Hancock, near Do you want to live in a region where the resources are more

All Classes. Bartow. The fishermen' will have varied than in any other equal area in the world, where the division

z West Board of Trade has trouble along the Indian river ere t small farm that
The
Key of great ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a
i '60 members.Ktsslmmee. many days.
will issue bonds to pay George and Hamilton Johns of Tar. will assure you a competence ?

the. debt on the nity cemetery, pon Springs have been arrested on the Do you want to live where, with a minimum of labor, you can

Port Ingli l I. coming into, prominence charge of robbing Moore's grocery grow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit, oranges, lemons,
store.at that place, and are._now in J Iii
-- as a shipping point for phosdt at Tampa,awaiting trial. olives, prunes and almonds, alfalfa and grain, where crops are sure,i

r t phate.:A,'council of the Knights of Colum- The Grand Chapter Royal Arch Ma business is good'and capital easily finds profitable investment?

.bas will be instituted at Key West, ions of Florida will meet" Jacksonville Then go to California, where both health and opportunity await
on Tuesday and Wednesday. May
Nh May 6th.Ground.
9th and 10th. The Grand Commands your coming.The .
Ida has been broken at Jackson
11th and
ery meets on Thursday, May ,
1. rifle for the largest fertilizer factory the Shrine on the night of May

In the Sooth. 11th. ChIcago.Union Pacific andNorthWestern
Over three thousand orange trees
Cheated Death.
have been' planted near Fort Pierce
rl the put winter. Kidney trouble often ends fatally,
but by choosing the right medicine E. Line
t The two banks at Madison have con
11. Wolfe of Dear Grove, Iowacheateddeath.
solidatcd and will be kr.own as the
He says: "Two years ago I
.4 First National Bank.J had kidney trouble, which caused me is the most direct route to the Pacific Coast, and there are two fast

S. Rich and I). Jones of Jackson great pain suffering and anxiety, but through trains daily via this line, over the famous double-track

_ t villa were fined $50 each for failure to I took Electric Bitters, which effected 'railway between Chicago and the Missouri River. One-way Colonist

report a case of smallpox. a complete cure. I have also found tickets are on sale daily, March :x to May 15: at
The Florida Horticultural Society them of great benefit in general debility .
F will fDeet In Jacksonville May 9 to 12. and nerve troublexand keep $3 3' the '''rate of $33.00 from Chicago, with correspondingly -

r'ti' Every fruit grower should be a mem. them constantly on hand since, at I low rates from al! points, give you

find they have no equal. All druggists an'unusual chance to make the trip.
ber.The guarantee them at 50o.
:
; Euilli City Council has granteda
These tickets good and personally conducted
are on daily
for electric
franchise the light,
and To Rebuild University Bulldl'ng.Nash'l1Ie excursions, on which ,a double berth in a Pullman tourist
waterworks street railway com
panlei.Miami. Term., April 24$.-At an enthusiastic sleeping c'ar from Chicago costs only $7.00. Round.trip tickets .
meeting today an enthuslas arc always on sale from all points at reduced rates via the
city. waterworks pumps three tic meeting today an enthusiastic "

million gallons per day. The people of movement for a great Vanderbilt was & North-Western Union Pacific and
Chicago
the Magic Oily are on the water wagon put In full swing by representative ,
n euro enough. citizens of Nashville. It was definitely '

One tomato grower at Dania, Dade determined that Nashville shall put Southern. Pacific Railways. / .

county', sold his eight-acre tomato up nnu of the new buildings: to be erect.

field for $2,000, the purchaser to hare cd in plnce of the burned building and
vest the orop.I..wton that It shall cost not less than 100. W, B. KNISKERN,

held in the circuit 000. At the close of the meeting |33.0(5 : .- P.T. M.C. & N..W. Ry..Cb1cacoIU.
Klnsey
4 .
had been subscribed l toward this Pew. mall frs. to. my add..... California booklet. rasps and fall
court at St. Augustine to answer the particulars coacarolaa rate and train aenrio
FILL IN THIS COUPON
building. Including the amount raised
charge of assault with Intent to murder *
his father-in-law, Melehl flay by local alumni. A large committeewas AND MAIL IT TO-DAY.
appointed to begin a canvass at
The I'eniaoola police court does buil23XTBXX7XD8BI once for further subscriptions. It Is

._______ o__ _.,____.._. Intended to put tho matter through I
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01tftDt3DR. :: without delay. k'Apologise
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_ DtVEKE B. MORRIS, For a Weak Digestion.No -- .- -
ar I medicine can replace food butChamberlain's ---

, Stomach and Liver Tablets for Hold-Up.

. .DENTIST. . will help you to digest your food. Scranton, l>>a., April 26. -Dr. J. P.

It Is not the quantity' of food taken Walker was responding to a hurry call FSosTypewriter
-- that gives strength and vigor to the to Mlnooka last midnight when two

Oltle over Uarous Kudel's. AU work guar system, but the amount digested and.1IIlmllatrd footpads stopped him. Dr. Walker
whipped out a revolver and frightenedthem
asterd.a a If troubled with a weakdigestion
don't fall to give these tab away. The doctor's driver recognized

'# Jt A. OARI.18LK, lets a trl".l. Thousands have been ben the robbers as residents of
tiled by their use. They only cost a Ue-Ilevue. The men also recognized
ATTORNKY AT LAW quarter. For sate 1 by all drulu I"I. the driver, and when the doctor re-

at And Solicitor In Equity turned to his barn the robbers were JLCKSOWLEDGED
Caterpillars Destroying Crop j there with an apology for holding him TilE BEST

Itr-sl Estate, Conveyancing and Gen Bavannuh. April 26.--Whether the up. The doctor accepted their 'regrets MACHINE OX THE MARKET

.r.ll.ractlc..., All business promptlj anticipated plaguo of locusts makes and promised he would not prosecute .
4 attended to. Oftlce next door to 8uuoffice. good on thin, the reputed seventh year ] Has Tabulator
UAiNKMVii.tE, FLORIDA since their last visitation or not, certain ,I UnlYfRSAl nnOOAftD I ON
HEALTH IS YOUTH
Every Machine.Lightest .
t ------ ----
!It Is that the western part ol

R ;t. PKHDINAND BAYER, Chatham county and portions of other Sickness Old
Diseases and Bring Ace
counties of thls'secllon. In certain localities
. N ATTOUNKY AT LAW, before Shift Lightest Running! The
Ile'rblne, taken morning
at I least, are harried now by every i
4 OAINKKYIII K.( .1.01&11Cao >... the caterpillars. treat swarms of breakfast, will keep you in robust I Champion Speed Writers of the World .

-- the crawling insects lire devastating hfl"hh-6t you to ward off disease. It Use the Fay-Sholes. More Fay-Sholet In

sell your city 'p"ron| 'rty. (im farms and fruit lands, clearing themof cure. constipation, biliousness, dys- use in Gainesville than soy other machine.
'1+ |>rt>mt and uutuamtved), ihosplikte, "<>ery ventlge. of foliage and leavingthe pepsin l fever, skin. liver and kidney
truoaiiiR std rum ng land, ttond him lands bare and desolate. complaint, It purifies the blood and .
+ a list of what you o3rr! for .al*>. :'JM''u. clears: the complexion. )Ir.. I>. W.
For
Sale
-- -- Smith, Whitney, Tex.. writes April 8, by. . .
aJ} ; t:. U\KKK.:I 1003: "I have used Horblnr, and find
W
CASTOR'IAFor it the best medicine for constipation THE SON Gainesville Fla.
n
: A'l''I'un-tIy.\.L.\ and liver trouble. It does all you ,
i: Infantt and Children. claim for it. I highly recommend It."
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t . MH.KMUW IS OIIANOKUY. . . 6Ou a bottle. Sold by W. M. Johnson

The Kind You Hats Always Bought -- ... , '.' .- - -. --

I r UAINKSVIU.K.= :: : AUchua Co.. ....LA. Dears the Fight About Politics. I" "" e e reee eeI
Charlotte. N C., April 26,-A sens
:, Ott1,r ID KiiJol: 1 UI K"k.JU. Siguaturs ofMinister
----, -. ... --- - s tlonal affray between Arnold Borden .
and .:. U EUmundson. two of the most I
I J. II. .\I.UI'.tt L'S.
Alleged Wife Murderer. prominent citizens of Goldsboro. In If You Are Insured.
which IVirden was shot In the breast
4 IllNTiH'r.IL'u.e.w'r : Montgomery; Ala.. April 26.-Tt sIIv > .
and '>r<>hably seriously Injured U. T Thomas Is
negro In jail
I W 1et.l.r A AId"aa.ol last uliht. The trouble CMNcurrtxl \ !
ihHrRf-it with the murder of his wife. sl'out 9 In front of thepassenger In a Company that is Responsible, Have a Policy Correctly ... 't,
Relock
Ou IVitioa 0r.N > tUn.. UftUeavlt After sh M>|lng her In the neck causing ,. Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company r r
station and was witnessedby ,..
I Ni; *.I.I.j\). w t"o.s 1"1.1. W\H'L instant itfatb the police believe he \ Pays Losses Promptly '
a number of people.<< Th dldcultyaru
_.
lU roc laev4 her In '
I body a chair, then wrote
i over municipal politic, and hot
+ what" het thought would be acepted as (
r UOUION men are said to have drawn pistols.ChambvrUin'a ( You Are Assured
'DIt n TISON.UKNTIST. iuf...*_t fnuu her, saying that she
s r -
hail wrungcU" her husband and wanted
Cough Remedy the (,
i to die. Th. Mlc say the note I. la t
That DO serious lots can overcome: you without you have somerefuge.
4 tk.drar 14atnwre C 4c.. '....\61 !trr.errP Thom, .'. hand Two loaded revolver But and Most Popular. % .
%,. rear' e....rl.u... IB N.w York CH were found In his clothing, on. wtta a "Mothers boy it for eroapy children! I'
tYv.n.ttn4". .wt and nU1\4 "II.U: \
. t cartridge exploded.Rhsumat railroad men buy 'it for severe coughs

t 1 # free.AU.to\Vumm littler UCaa.rr.alw 1... rcaelaoaa -- and elderly people buy it for lagripp a Fire Life Accident and Health Insurance

e U.l.BNTU4a_....ft.WKjJT .c Pains Quickly Rsl>.".d. say Moore Bros.. Kldon. Io.a. "We C
.
: '- The es.ru lstln2 pains ohsrscterlttlou sell more of Chatnborlaio's' CouCh .
Tilt; KNI: rheumatism and sclatlea are quickly Remedy than say other kind It seemsto NOD but Reliable Companies Represented. C'

, ; relieved by applying Chamberlain's have taken the lead over several
}"INt; WINK: LigUOK.S: A C10AK? -
Pain Balm Tb. i. I
k treat pain relieviag other fcrwxi brands. There no question
JOHN MfcNZJKfe; Itvi" 'L 'leer l \\ Uf a\.. J.O..OO.B' r ar. surprise aDd delight of thousands of .an t>* procured for coughs and eoUIs.& ,

faat t.... suSsrcrs. Th. qui k relief from pain whether It b* a child of aa adult that Information eh.*rfully famished. OAOfESVlLLE, FLORIDA .C'
hll bottle and draught. Doa' which "it aSonls i. alow worth many I. .tdl 'cod, It always ear* ekxi cure ..
U to call ""A U\. when in Jacksonville times its coon For sale by all druggist. quietly Sold by all druggists. "" ''b w, Y 4, i

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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE., fi'WRIDA. APRIL .27, li)05JOQK !)( \t, : ; 7'L>; "

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..................... HARMONIZE FINANCIAL INTEREST J.*.. M. Uauu_. President _If '0'':"1 iler
I OBO.V.. Livas VFe.. ..Prwsid.al' TAYLOR. < t._;! w

,, GENERAL NEWS. : Mathushek Pianos Understanding Has Been Reached Between LEB QMARAM, AMI. Catbiar

Railroad Magnates
"".""""""" THE FIRST NAT
.I New York April 2C.-A. harmonization BANK .

I I'tnclpal HARGIS ON THE STAND. I NOTED FOR SWEETNESS AD PURL of powerful and recently antagonistic .rOF'

:1. Interests In the financial world
G..A.rN"ES
TT OF TONE:, POWER AND
In Famous Trial First Wit has been accomplished say the Times EJ.

t', sea for trfe Defense. I DCRABILITY. today which probably will check the THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK 14!
,ALACHUA CO
Lexington Ky.. April 2 -Judge Jas, ambitions of certain Pacific railroad .'>1 I

rgts, on trial for the murder ol I, Jnt(>J esta. It is learned from excellent CapitalSurplus. . . . . . . . .. . . . $$50,000() .'u,j: t.

pea Cockrlll today took the stand' Ben piano for this trTliuc climate, stands in sources, the paper (continues thatan
the first witness for the defeoa, tune longer loan others constructed understanding has been reached by and Undivided Profits. . 1.000 00 r ft,

lie state having closed yesterday. best material and mot artiaUoworknaoahlp the so-called Rockefeller interests the 0'\','
Doe es tulTety a Banklnr buttlee. with faetnsIM.q.a3 to any baak\ i'\' '
The court room was crowded and the obtainable. Morgan interests and the Hill interests I tteaeeououof rartoera.Mereaaaw.Corporation.ete. lateVta the !lute BoUetiWiey ; . ;' ''$'.
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Up to date III everydetsu speelal arrancemeat All baalaeee Maeied PTO aee eJtowe l '.*. .' '* 'y ,"
tenement was intense. Judge liar and Un- which the holdings of Union Paclfic H.S.TAYlV ?_ ., .. ,

having been charged with being eQuale4.Sold stock of these men and their ---____--_ -_-_.__. .. _n __ __ *Q* M.t...M-v:; .
e chief conspirator in the tragedy. frUbda will be voted as a unit for purposes n
Xatab1..i.H-hftC1 1t37uSFDUTTO ;
er the preliminary questions as UJ by at continuoasly/or : of deciding" all -questions affect -

birth parentage and education, ins not only this property but Its itlatins y '
OVER THIRTY TWO YEARS
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,be Cockrlll killing was taken up. lie to other railroads n well, and : : & .

itered a general denial of the state without a tingle failure. If TOO that all a conat"Qu-"Qce of such understanding .

ants made by the commonwealth' want piano for a lifotime'i it Is probable that the pro-

fitnesses. lie said that he felt bit service buy theMath.u poked $lM( >.OuO.i) Isauo: of &preferred, "
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toward Tom Cockrill because Cock. he k. 1 stock of the Union Pacific may not be -BiEs-
ill had killed his brother Ben Hargls. authr-rlced ut the mcvtliiK which is to

I e made the further sensational stateaent Price a. low as It consistent with qualtti. be held on May 5, at Salt Lake City.

that he had stated openly he Cash or on cany. term Sent on It day' All the men directly cuncrrned the Du a teneral banklnsbutlnena.. bur and Hit forlea ao4 Donentte Kiebame
trial. We par rrel4rbWrh.. Tte terount! of bank. ".. .lIen,oert'ursIoe., fumes...I'tIII...... and oiLere h
ould furnish any amount of money tor price. TODAY. matter decline to talK about It for ,r0clTn on taorabl tern,.. H,"""I.I t.o.aU..lo Making eoUe..oDe o. all ,
essary to defend any man who putttrallon or to male' any directstaiciuent. aeeeoiMe polau tt la the United S'aG..A..IN'"ESV"r..LEJ... ;

uld kill him. He said he had no .
ling against James Cockrlll and Ludden & Bates _- : 'I.OF'i v A '

krill's father was a close friend lie Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar _ - - . __ . _ n_" __
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led "Anse" White's statement that Foley<< .\ Co Chicxp" url illlthtl r

e (White) bad been requested by Southern Music House IIon *y and Tar a. n thr-itt and IUHR ;

areis to take the stand In the court remedy<< and nn acroimt nf '1Inf" t .Southern

.use during Tom Cockrlll's trial and SAVANNAH, .. GA merit and popularity of FoI..,', Honey Railway 4

(hen a pre-arranged disturbance oc- and Tar many !tUih&tl".1I! are. trend 10
JOHN D MURPHY MEr.
rred started to kill five men amonghem for the genuine: ..hk for )F'ulry'.

James Cockrlll. ESTABLISHED IM7l1 lion-y aid Tar and rt'fiiMany .ul>..ll- ,

S GAITHER a BRYAN, State Ag'ts, lute'" l.ft''rt.tl as ho ulln-r irt-pnrmiiit. Ctlective April 10. 1005. ,

,. Last Hope Vanished. -.- - ,.-.. - .
: will ltlvethe.tnlnaatt.tattlnn.' Il I.
TAMPA, FJ.O RIIU. --- -- -- -- - - - y - --- - ---
When leading physicians said that .. mildly !\Mlve.. It'oi.niniiK u'> upi> "..Clhnl" '1'ralllIa: ,,' :10. lite.. 20 e'rth and "".,. N.. 13 ?&.
-- -- - --- mid i .ft> fur chill,. and
airs *t "
r. M, Smithart of Pekin. la., had in- RAIDING LOTTERY AGENCIES. delicate pron. fold: tiy ..1.V.. :.Mo J.v Jaekeonvtlle. St. Ky 9Ata 1 M" I.v 'k.onvll1., "'Ia. Nu. u--i'4: ;
arable ooniiimptloo, his lat hope va- ,' Colluin k Co.Hop I.v J..Ulp Nu, ItJ II M" )it14Up' l.v J.alil', (it. t"n.ltl. 1021)1
fished'; but Dr. King's New Diicovery 'I'' -----.-- L. uann.h Hu fly 1 1\\1': \ 11 J6" .o\r Macon. lie Ho' Ny 800.tl .
>r consumption coughs and colds United States Authorities Arrest a Men Form Combine. .tt (ulumhla Hn. Ky 0 b.1p 0lI0a\ .tr Atlanta. Us HoU,62tM '
I Number of Employ... Ghuloth' Henfy 10 U/\IJ/ Ubba AtPlume, U.. toIn, fly 780a1r
Portland, Ore., April 2t .-Hop men
lie
ep' him out of his grave say : I San Francisco April 26.-Acting under > n"ttHru Vo. Icy 12Mle 1:61p: Ar 11alto". U. Mo. It,. S'2tfa
,,This great specific completely I cured i Instuctions from Washington federal from all sections of this state have : Ar Usivlllr.. H.t. HI :!'txlr :: \111' Ar ChlUanoulta, T."u Hu H,. 045 a v vAr

ie, and saved my life. Since then I officers today began what Is declared gathered In thin city to attend! a meeting RIOhntm 1- --- 7ii4tfnIJ: I .\I.nlnRhm. Ky ll."A O. E :..lOpArl. i
ttHlay for the ost) of forming ----- Ar lJlneinnntl, O t J .. (l. T 40 '
(rave used it for over 10 years, and cooler to be an active campaign pun" I.ynhbenrg; ;. Hu, un.f'ul1: :
it a marvelous throat and lung against lottery companies. Officer a combination of holders pledged to Ar hariuttrnllltt HI). lty e O".a!. O lop I.f' CIboluuatl. U. I"a :our 4Op
Strictly scientiSa cure for withdraw their hops from the market Ar Ws.hington. .4t. Ity D 4.'a U Mr Chicago. 111 HIlt .mar T 10.
pore. connected with the United States mar fo* GO days or until the price may bo Ar Ittlthiure. P. H. It. 1181}" Ii 2 bp l.v'ihnetnuatl tl "I'" i.-'i4.M ; ;'
>oghs, sore of throats or cold Guaranteed; sore pr -, shal's office, secret service officials fired at :30 cents. It is said about!*.) \r 1..d..I.I"{ I'. H U. I 48p :28bt ehl".lru. I di I I'. (.I..",. 710u I t.t

rentive tto and $t 00 pneumonia.bottles at all drug itores. raided the agencies of the Honduran. per cent of the hops remaining unsold .! New. York__ I':}R, lt. _4.! i!__!!' I.v t ueelnuatl. U U. U. ,t. u. N 4dp "
and Mexican lotteries and surprised Ar Uhle.su III binnnrl T 23a
Trial bottle free. In the stale will be repreuentvd.Life :;o. 91-"New York and Florida Vs. -
the employes in the act of handling a f. lIncmualn: l/ ). 'Ti-, /,
04op
-_ - _h.____ ..____. .,_____ ._ per..." Islll Pullmanswing Hnon1 .v ( \ l.'
large quantity of tickets. Papers and t t+l.'rping Car fort Tampa and Jack.onAr Toledo U 0, II, t I 0, A :7Irt t ya$,
also secured evidence. .to. ). 'a".11\111t' .1' )f 7 Za
packages wero as ,lilt Lo Sew Turk : :
OUiSVlllf AnDnAsnVluru. A number of employes were, :\u, an-oJ" W..hlrllrlon and Florida l.r. .( Ineinnstll) 'I'n: I.inrip1N3p.
arrested. aBurden 1.lInlt.d." Rally Pullman Uwllla Ar ,1'1 !burg. i'a. ._.1. I.Inr. lb_M*

Po.tofflce Inspector Monroe said: Iteonr Sleeping Car J.eluoflyUl. lu Iv Clneinnatl I) nlJC Ffinut 02kp ;r.
New fork Ar Clev.land-I Ilia I'nur 64iltCvIItngini
"I can only Bay In general thai It ii . .
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P. ; >Ky> Ir't 8tp) 1F ,
orders from Washington that I
on
am Through The l.aad.f Ihe.kJ"! No. ao Ar Louisville. K1 ,H.t, Ie,. it lop
working and information obtained by __. .
!\In Mu
- ;---- ;-- - Ar Ht. otll' ill. 78'JII. sky
the department was from Inspector There are times! \\ hen life I... J."enn.ill-a fir, ,sly1f.5il" Ar Anllltwu, All Nil, I+ y. 11411,1
In San Antonio In Colorado and in seems a burden-when you are Lv navsnnsh. . O. 1'10.' lty 121bs: Ar Itirminghun. Ala HeJ. 1&,. II .6& #os

Fastest Time---Finest Service Louisiana, where (the, tickets are tired worn-out have chill Mains Ar Columbia d. (; 4n. !ty 011M. A' bbmphts. T.".. "',I.".. N IIAp '
.h .tsheville. S. (? t'4., Ity II'/Ip x
brought in from Honduras and from in the head and I a continual\ : Ar II" Cprh.tr.!: S U St. Ity a alp Ar Ksnsa._.--UIty1_. -_M.._- -i'rl.en r.--..g.40"
-ToBirmingham Mexico. Raids already have been madeIn feeling of unc.'a incu. You Ar KIo.'U.: T.tul $n by 6 UtI' ),em.fh\, ', T.IIU It 1p '
Los Angeles and other points. All have no appetite and your digestion \r 1.uut.v(11.( Nn: ky N M. ".!'.! Ark 9.rt x

Memphis, the complaints so far have chargedthe is p< or ; your sleep Ar Ht. l.oul.. Mu. It, 4 risp I i No I IN-"lh. So'lurid. L/mlted.
Louisville \r CI"clnnaU. t) tO.. H II Uslly. Kulh! '...llb"'. traits, through
Nashville arresting parties with violating the
broken, and you get no rest. 'I day en.ches chit l'ulhu.u HI..plo ?

Cincinnati, St. Louis, Interstate comercu law, bleb makesIt Little annovancc seem great N., 3O-0.lIr )'IIUnun U"lnlC) U.,.. J".I"nnwlll. to. (JI..ln".U.Hoom ,'
Chicagoand a felony punishable with two years' mountains of( trouble and you sod Nutlet Hf..I". C.r b..n Nn I lV-I'ullman ira.Ing RonntJaokennvill.

Imprisonment to send lotery ticket are blue melancholy and ivC'no'r .. .. and. Cincinnati. I Hlerplnlr Car t..n J.IL.nn\'lU, '
West in
all :North and - -- -
points from one stat to another. ( 'IIlrmioghasu. )ntptlle and Kaaess
Through Pullman Sleeper, with unexcelled -y to gloomy foreboding Excellent: IIahg Car "llerttrr' $ (11y.
Dining Car Service. This means low vitality-exhausted -- .... ... --- << --...-- .
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- -
'" OFFICIAL ROUTE to Kansas Cityto Men Past Sixty In Danger. brain nerves.
AKItlVALH! AT JACKSONVILLE\ : :
the Southern Kaptist Convention to More than half of mankind over For this condition Dr. Miles'
be held May 1017th. One far rate From New York \Vablngiun, eta -K" ?t>, "Wa.hlnglon and Florida Lim
plus 60 cents for the round trip. Stopovers sixty years of age suffer from kidney Restorative ine I is a specific (ited.! BrtJOa. m ;
on these tickets permitted at St. aDd bladder disorder, usually enlarge ; it is :a food for the nerve From N.w.urk., Washington do.-No. 83. "VVaihlng and KlorUta Kipree {r

Louis and Mammoth Cave. meat of prostate gland. This U both It builds up the nervous! system .." 7i4O p. m. '
For sleeping car reservation, maps, painful and dangrrou. and Foley's and restores\ lost energy. Krnm Cincinnati. A.bulll.So.. :V. "\"'..Mngtm and Florida Limited .

on folders or write, rate GEO.and E.full HERRING Information, Fla.nit Kidney Cure should .b. taken at the Try it today. and see if your ,,From" DO: Chicago) a. m. Cinrlnneil.' AII"nll.tlo., "Kis.. Llmllnl." ft;Sa a. m r

P.... Agt. L. A N., 308 W. Bay Street, first sign of danger, as It corrects I Irregularities sleep is not sound and refresh --- -- .'-- ---, ..- - .... --. ...-- ----
Jacksonville. Fla. and ha cured many old ing.. and the morrow brighterand ,;: J. ('. I.L'HK.' IlUlrkt .......nrrr Agent', I OH". W. Nay hU, Ja.k.*.illl., I'1a.

.- ---- --- men of this dl...... Mr. Rodney Bornett. more hopeful H. IlAhuwKK.P.T M. W IITAV4ua.(1I'.A. IlJUMI..u.u.A.U.I..A

Rock Purt. Mo., writes > "I offered "I am dad to enr'-'inro that t have .- .-. .. .. .. ... .. -- .. -, "
THE SUN ..r my h .ji se Ur a. toruirenoMl
with enlarged prostate gland and rerdrrer age will.. f*,...u. a* I am MT The
PRINTING kidney trouble for years and after .*re old. Mr c... wea "'.rjr tad; Take Atlantic Coast LineFOR
JOB .
all .n.tt.rd. I nt-
mjr n+r+Mare
taking two bottle of Yol.,'. Kidney ,.,... inUit" rosin .1\.1 vtdMw: _.. ItO
Cure feel better than I have for weak aiwl f.ll r.,4 ...>l km.lr sad All EARTHLY POINTS
DEPARTMENTMakes ,, .
"'.rtt.W Who I rpm Nt. twenty years, although I am now 61 taking Vr. ).fl..... IUi..-).*. I ... rom
old." Sold by J. W. MeCollum tftttr rTvotr**..) It..*. 1.arn tae rt. .

W( ; a Specialty of All Kinds A year Co. T1.n.H..1oraU cad...Ur K..rln r |'., i,ll endh_rl turn*,. viral an4 N orth : .KasL..Sonth. \\V est i .
.
of PlAin and Fancy KISSING MOST DANGEROUS ...." 1111. t. W.leiuu.yrAl1a4.Di' .. r::.. : :,,: al..maIg liJa. ;. J ,

MI.... NrvlM I I. **I4 toy ?-"

$t. Louis Health Commissioner Warm fI.e duy4t( betel.. MM wm. will b.s*CI.e"-fit.. |Itt that feU.,...K? Rapid Tranisit and Uromrpufiwd Berylco

: wilt r.f.a4 ... ..--,.
:i : CommercialJob Consumptive Ind Time Tab. .la effect April IS, ltd aDepart
Miles Medical Co.. Elkhart r
.
St Louis. April % -Or Jane* II. OAISKHVILLB Arrive from

Simon health commlssJooer of St. For .. . _- .. -... . .. .. .,
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f Printing Louis, bu drafted a set of rule forconsumptive's - -- -- -- - S 4I P ea : High Mpriaft sad latermediate I 1:10: a roD

la which be capoa*!*** -tlly ;\ PuittU13lApm I Aslly
JIUCHUA COUNTL .. _.. ._ .
;! the danger of Using.. .--- - -- -- '-
O ala, Le ..bura; and Tanaj-a. cad : P,40p.
. . ForBusiness . The disease nay b* oomtaanlcsted t Wj ... (In I
Alaxbu* eoanly ,VJO .r. flail IU->nn.>.. &.. Plats Daily.
by lacing probably easier than ay area, has :7*". n. I'I lee'* railroed t#%' _
other and eboalft be IA Palalla. Ja. O.UJe. 1111., .
' neaas. parents miles wagon rued P'Mu.m. 2")p" I aIailf
Men, careful I* allowing strangers to kisstheir 123 ptiblM nrhool.. 77 phoepfcateplaot Jl'ortb, KMI tad WMDally r Dally M
chJWrwn." ke says. *, 9U saw m If*. 175/yo eowrt
Professional Men Aaotber ml. la that caasumptlvc-s Roux, five brpep. att4 pro 19 144 p m i High fpriogs. Way enwet vaj akBn ..wl...k, S..16 p-
dix e rues eottoa. Nee segmr, Albany,A'l jiU. all pits* Korta. Kat W..., Dilly
thoald always be .1D0000kha.,... as Me. rye. jt-otsio" ., plneeppl: ., or. - I..- . .....---. '--- '--''' -' .
Etc the beard recital the germs from la* ante.. p"aeKf JooIP.,*. ,lom, pw.tan. '\ '..
Manufactories, sputum.These. .. and all 1 ode of vegetables. *:Upm I .-1".IUU4I" tad Ct1ra
are merely{ ....crsUolu.- A.11y .., ctl,
Blanks on Short Notice. I _
Legal
ffiaxm said, -aad of coarse c 'al4 tat - ---- ------ --- -
-- few enforced by o tU.ao *e.** Gainesville the County) Seal.. t.1.0. .. .,
I Tfc. following: letter from one of oor I
Dally i i.s.Jo.day
;
mail order eston er .s..lb.gpLsaaLoui.vill. Will Interest ".Itf.. u.. toartn. church.., two ptilt J'P:: .
.."r. Mtoo",lb. East Krld..)..", ,' = Me
.. Ky., Feb 77, 1S05.H Every ,.nota iKoubi isxrw that private eehuoU three s ewpep..n.v.1ftS latoecltaaceabI.1tlf.att*.'ne .u.tue4 on, &I.O asU.t.drt aftloag she ,....
II. W Crarv.OalneotilU.. : good health .. IIU&.,*ibt. If t*. kid. Btat.. lssd.. ..... lit. bee .J_ ia 1M ....... lea'".....oA taM by ... ..wi....alyt.... ,
fla. I s.,. are deranged FoU,', 104..., rater fire alarm .jie...! etr{ f 'JJ" .an tlls.tysr tors Tatsps t. .ris York yea A13 $44. Oo *.
Dear 81rr Reached the prtBliMUr << .. !.. faeieriee.H ...It.. f
C.,. will kW.. uut Gladder di- ae4 MM .. Iwo A.*. 0fiMt JJM blsoath.rh l ,:
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s: la doe time, sad will UA sewn JIlIN'". shop.. ,.,.. trOfJ4 'Nto- moron .-JJde 1&.u siad -.,
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IL I L ,. .8 F THE- DAILY SUN: (GAINESVILLE, FLOElbA, APRIL 27, 1905 II .\



: __ .. ,., __ j- POPULAR PEOPLE WED.W. .
r Get your boose painted free by I ,Some Hen LeaveAn
Bternberger & PhI1J1 .. Call at oar

NEWS OF CITY AND/ store and get particular. Estate for the Widow A. Adams and Miss Margaret. Me- WILSON'S

Odds and ends in wall paper at 5c a Carroll Married Yesterday.

: COUNTY *ED roll at Siernberger & Phillips'. Makes / The home of Mr. and Mrs. M. G.

COHO best shelf paper and much the cheap To invest and lose or a* a temptation i MeCarroll was the scene of a happy

;;;;. Qath ,est.C. to" peculator How much I marriage yesterday at noon the .contracting .BUSY STORE.
. W. Stephen of Alachoa, one of better to leave her .
of
W. A. Adams
t. \ Matters of General In farmers and cotton growers parties being
our thrifty
n. Rochelle and Miss Margaret: the
,, ; ered by. Our was a caller at The Sun office yesterday $500'or $1,000 a Year Incomefor charming daughter of Mr. and Mr*.

.; '. ITEMS and says his large field of cotton 'Life, or for 20 or 30 Years? M. G. MeCarroll.
:--:1C'AL.: ''. .1Ioe.I ..
I 'PERSONAL '' : Is looking. by "
The ceremony was performed
"
nd What I. 0"otnjCI I Chamberlain's. Keep your bowels. Stomach regular by and the Liver ne We will end you come Interesting Rer. F. H. Cralgbill of Holy Trinity Has ..

What Has Happene Short Paragraphs Tablets There is nothing better. For Information bowing bow small an Episcopal Chnrch, in the impressive
annual outlay will field a permanent ritual of that church. There were
to all
Happen Told sale by dragglsts.
ho Runs May Road"8O yearly' income for anyone for the
That "HM Harrold Book of Rochelle waa a visitor whom you are to provide. only the relative of the family and a ,, ..

r 1.\ ', 'In The SunLadies'osll to this city yesterday. Mr. Hook few intimate friends present.At ,' .JI

1 : It cards in latest styles baa been employed for some time in W. L mil & W. 1.1MH9H the conclusion of the ceremonythe J'
+ ProperGOODS
High Springs, bat baa resigned his position party retired to the dining room,

It at,.San.ofAc as of Rochelle was a vlsi and will return to his Rochelle Life Special Agent TIle HUTUALIJtjnjraaeeC where a sumptuous dinner was served, ,.,.r r'.
;
.. ef Jew lark .
i S. Tb ,boarded -
I" + ''A. city yesterday. hotzM. after which the happy couple
I __It 01I5E3TILLE, 1 I I FLORIDA Jacksonvilleand
the Seaboard Air Line for
? -: n''e Wonderfal Salve for sale The Gainesville Bottling Works are
.
Sfmor. MeOollnm & Co. manufacturers,. and sole agents for Iron other point on a short wedding

by J., Rent-Office* over Chltty's BrewFeeh| Mellow and Has port,three MAN KILLED AT TIOGA. toor. and the Prices

POI. Inquire R. II. Porter. new and popular and refreshing drinks, The groom is a prominent young ,

," l&ot.Jr. J. H. Hodges has returned from : which have.become very popular. Remember Was Caught In Machinery and Mangled business man of Rochelle and quite

/ professional' visit. to Archer. I Gainesville' Bottling Works Which Resulted In Death. popular among those who know him. Are Always Right.

S I f A very' One veal from Spring Park pate op nothing but the awellest temperate Information has reached this city to The bride is one of Gainesville's most ...

;; Farm at Fa al1"* market today. drinks eodtf. the effect that a colored man, a laborer charming young ladies, and has many a

line and 4'JPI'NII lath. Any quan I A. Blrautt, the clever representative at the plant' of the Union Phosphate friends. .

tit,. Eddlns ManBfaetrtag t:*. of the Harris Suspender Company, Company, war caught in the machinery Congratulations are extended to the

/ W. A. Morse of Earl.ton was transacting selling the celebrated Whiz suspender, Tuesday afternoon, and horribly happy con pie.

business In this city yesterday. is In the city. Mr. Strauss, ,who is a mangled, which resulted in his Mr. and Mrs. Adams will make their Mrs. R. WilsonT.

; personal friend of Joseph Manasse, baa death. future home at Rochelie.
,, Fnr Sale-I,000 IrUh potato barrel.
_ J. N Bone, Gainesville, Fla. d2w4twMrs. been a regular visitor to Gainesville The name of the unfortunate man
Funeral of Mr. Jeffords.
for the past twelve years, and notes could not be learned neither could the
; j F. B. Hester of Evinston favored -
with considerable interest the advancement particulars of the horrible accident. The funeral of Mr. E. A. Jeffords.
Gainesville with a visit ,elter.
of the city.WantedBids. Parties arriving from the scene stated the death of whom occurred at his

day. to construct cesspools that they did not know his name home, 206 East Magnolia street, Tuesday F. 1110MIS.UnDfDTAftlnQ .
.
Get your house painted free by desiring nor the circumstanced connected with will be held this morning at 10
B mberKer &: Phillips. Call Stout at county jail. Any persons -
store and get particulars. to bid may secure plans, specifications the accident, but that the man was o'clock from Holy Trinity Episcopal

given a decent burial by the Church Rev. F. H. Cratghlil officiating. (to.
i J. N. Klrklln of LaCrosse called at etc., 'Of the undersigned, company. .
The interment will be in Evergreen
Gainesville la. Bids will be openedat
r
this office yesterday and renewed his
the regular meeting in May, which W. W. Roberts of Kanapaha was a cemetery.W. .
Sun In substantial
friendship The a will be May 2. The Board of County vlsitoc to the city yesterday. Mr. S. Moore of St. Louis, a son-in-

P manner. Commissioners reserves the right to Roberts Is a Confederate Veteran law of the deceased, arrived in the FULL LINE OF

Odds and ends In wall paper at 60 a reject any or ail bid.. C. C. PXDRICK. having served In a Booth Carolina regiment city yesterday. Members cf the family .
roll at Sternberger A Phil ip.'. Makes County Commissioner. d2w-w2l: NEW GOODS.Agents
the Civil .
during War and
came at various places were telegraphed,: ,
best shelf rnd much the cheap. .
paper the clever and
J. H )Manners successful
to attend theceremonies of Memorial --
jt, , of but Inasmuch aa the distance was so
est.J. traveling representative the Day. He ha. only been In Florida tor...
A. Stephen, the High Springs International Harvesting Machine Co. a great it was impossible for any to attend -
comparatively short time, but is well Monuments>> Tombstonesand
hence it was decided to bury ,
druggist, called at The Son office yes
{ of Chicago who makes his headquarters -
pleased with this section and its
peo him here. Iron F..ncps.See
r terday. He reports business good at in this city, has'returned from .
ple. _J Messrs.. A. M.. Pournell James
the Springs. Plant City and other points In South Our',Samples

W. n. TurlV'r' W. H. Guthrie and Florida, where he has been in the Interests Odd. and ends Jn wall paper at 5c a Doig. W. O. Matheson. G. W. Moyers,
roll S. J. Burnett and L. L. old
1" at Steroberger.Philhpe'. Makes Hill
W. D. Tillman formed a jolly trio from of his company. Mr. Manners Personal attention te all ,matters la
best shelf paper and much the cheap friends
of the deceased, have been selected -
Lake View who visited the county capital states that South Florida and its people Cs t. .1' this line. Hall and telegraph. ,orders-
pall-bearers. They are requested -
yesterday. were never in a more prosperous promptly.attended to.
Get your house painted free by to report at the home of the

'c Nothing approaches. the natural condition Sternberger'& Phillips Call at our deceased at 9:30 this morning.

It's the delicious natural fruit flavor W. F. Hamilton, the artesian well store and gel particular' Dr. T."F. Thomas will have charge of Gainesville, F.1orida..

that's made Blue Ribbon lemon and driller, formerly of this city but now the funeral. ,

vanilla extracts famous. At all good residing in Ocala, was here yesterday Deceased was a Confederate Veteran

K grocers. Mr. Hamilton has the contract for and yesterday afternoon Kirby THE CONTINENTAL

,; I.olt-On Tuesday afternoon t>*. drilling the artesian well at Alaohuafor NEW} YORKRACKET. Smith Chapter irfnt a beautiful floral

tween I>r. Phillip and Ml.s Tebeau's the Diamond Ice Company, and tribute to the home. The presence of 5 CAFF'REMTADIIANT.'

residences, a gold fleur d. Us brooch. already has the work well underway,
members of the U. D. G. will be
Finder pirate return to this office and appreciated
;c i having sunk to a distance of HO feet I
receive reward. at the funeral services. at the
well will be in diameter
The "hth'lnchel
a,4 Oliris. Msthe.on departed yesterday, church this morning.
and Is calculated to furnish the
fur Columbia and! other In
6 point.
water supply not only for the new ice Personally Conducted
Honih Carolina where hA .
a. to
expects factory, but for the town of Alachua
for th. few Excursions in Pullman tourist sleepIng .
remain next days on a .
as well as the Diamond Company expects -
r combined business and pleasure trip.J. cars from Chicago to San Francisco
to Install of waterworks.H. .
system Los Angeles and Portland without
J. Call of LaCrosse
those who fsvuredt Gainesville was with among It. Phlfer of High Springs was In Cheapest Storeon change via the Chicago, Union Pa-
I a
the city for a few hours yesterday. Mr.Phlfer clflc aa North-Western Line. Colonist
visit
Mr. Calli. Confederate
yesterday. a Earth
k. f i has for several years been one one-way tickets on sale March ht to
and earn to attend the m.morlal..1I..rcl.
of the progressive merchants of that May 15th only 133 from Chicago, wl'heorre.poocJlngl
.
., lie I. one of the oldest
town. lie was until recently connected .
--- low rates from all
as and most widely known residents of -- -- ----- .
i hU. with the firm of Phlfer A Phifer, -. .-,- ---- other points. Double berth in tourist
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; New York Racket but since that firm sleeping ear only $7. Booklets with Flnt corner South of Po.tofflce).

f( Strayed-From Hpring Park Farm has closed out its commercial.,...,. and full information Op.. Calll MalfhU' Drip C.*...
t' llennliiRtoii, one white setter dog, with map. on receiptof W...... Meat.
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black '(Hits. Finder will rc". r*>. there he proposes to engage In bosliif Do Von Burn Oil or four cents In stamps. W. B. Knls-

"1 ward! ty delivering. .. to N. A. L.Ili-on. >*s for himself and I Is now en route kern P. T. M.. C. A N.-AV. U,., Chi. -_. - --,- .
,t3 HprlnK I'ark Farm or by addressing! to New York to purchase a full Hoe ofgoods. eago.
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ialitevllle, Ha. '!'i He departed on the SeaboardAir Lightning; colored HE
Dr. S. C. )
Melver a prominent
: A. I. Iteeder of thU oily, represent. Line at 2 o'clock for the Northern S MITH'S MOUNTS
physician of this city, and Miss
+4 Ins the JIP.... French 1'1'''," and Organ: metropolis, and expects to be absent WELLAll
If you ..lightning then we can'tinterest Sallie Colelough. daughter of Mr.( andMrs. ,I
Company of Montgomery.. de.parted : about ten days
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but it ( .
Oil Richard
you you use we Hughes, were recently
yearrl.y. | fur Ocala and other _.
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:i have got what you want. We have married. Rev R. D. McLin of theA.
the old
o IHIMIU on 'liimtiv connected with his standards and
READ THIS. succeeded in getting something new In M. E. Church officiating. Dr. MeIrer .
1 llrin. Mr Kenter I I. an old piano man the choicest of the new ones
the way of an oil can. It is 5-galIon and wife are now pleasantly
X91 and r'I'| ori'' a line blul"..
z Stevenson, Ala June a, Is.JL oil can and has no faucet, so there is cated at the Parker House, corner of as issued.Ask .

L (' Kiln.: 'eire.etitina the Camp-. Dr. K. W. Hall. St. Louis: Dear Mfr- no place for the oil to leak out at. The North Pleasant and Boundary streets.UIXESYILLE'8 ', to see them, as they cannot be
''r : tu'II.II.ht"m..h l: ) I have been sufferer from bladder -
Company' piano a great displayed to
ran has a flrstelass pump and you can advantage a case.
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trouble fttr twit --
and years my caw
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returned (
ruin a
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was of a very serious nature,compelling fill your 1 lamps without soiling your ( FAVORITERESORT.
2 + oeMful trip" to (.onto in Hie West Knd me to have several painful and hands or wasting' a drop of oil. It is SPECIAL MOUNTS for E. F. :S.,

? When. it come* tu thit tins jt toliclt- dangerous operations. 1 have also taken the best and most perfect oil can we School
lag fir Klli: enjoy a reputation, of many different remedies. I took h..r."ea. Children and Babies
They
being rer, vlllciriit and .u.-ce..fulMr Swamp Rout fur three year and Warner's long ai they last at go. $ I .*A**Ckas /

i .. I K. WrlMter left yesterday for gave Plate temporary Cure two rsllef.years and AUer'they having only We only' have a limited quantity. If Alachua Pool Parlors 'Fine Fadeless Fotografs

it a "ill" of a few .eek. to her daiifthter. two operations and preparing for the you need a Can, come ..arI7.BOJs' .

,ft; Mr*. C K. Merrill at Kn>K.r""I. Kla.. I third I saw your Texas Wonder ad. C. Bare, Proprietor. From Locket to Life Slae.
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: t isrrd and bottle I
a'' t ver purchased a got
incidentally 11.1&1111( the mines of tluUullon > Wash Pants.A .SMITH'S
"a I almost Immediate relief and hare eon STTTDIO.
"h'-I.h." Company rn r\1n'.1 tinned to improve ever since. My doctors -

this .beihft the week fur the regular. ,,I said my bladder had grown toKether big Hit* for the Summer season

trip by 1 I1.: U>t>4t"r. t>tyma.ler. in three plao s, and I was suffering the klnd-taat. wash. Sites l 3 to Ifl, and Located la the Porter Block south "IT MCCLELLAND

::1 The. Carpemr' I.I alnu>st death No man livingcan the price Is onlySomething 4t. aide square. Three flrst-elass table. : ,
and Joiner Union, say more than I can say for your Good light, and prompt and courteous
an accrriatU of the carpenter and Texas Wonder, and I call "it a world's .."147.. The publto is cordially invited'

joiners wf this city, which, ha been wonder and I hope all who suffer wtll Now in Boys' Overalls and always welcome. Undertaking (Co.GAINESVILLE. }
boUling give! it a trial. Wishing you success, Iam .
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?t ineiinc< in the room IniVrtrr' -- \
Yours truly. Well mad. and just the thing for - -
block, corner Nest :Main and W. C. u..!'..... Boys from S to 14.

East: Union: street., has removed. to ,.. year FIVE MILLION BRICK FLORIDA..
the hall at 113 Had: Union: street, over A TEXAS WONDER. ----- -

Manao'. store. _her.. they ,,1\110\ fa- ODe small bottle of the Texaa Wonder Shoes I Shoes I Shoes! I I BOW have lb. finest aad best build.

tan make their' headquarter lag brick mad. la Georgia; wire at my Funeral Directors and
Halt's Great all
Discovery eureti Oar stock of both Low and High-Cot e.pt'DH fqr lowest rub prices deliverml ,

Who Ellialwih Smith( ;Mr, io, 1>, kidney and bladder troubles, remove Shoe. is complete and strictly np.to- at any point la Florida. E. N. "
,, gravel, cUabe'... seminal licensed
\". leas.MHleoi and daunhtor, NIM .'I",. ".. ..00'.weak euree sad lam. b* ks. rhenna emls- dat., and w. would like for you to try JKLKS >facon.Ga. Embalmers. 'i

today for Jackonvlll, from I mID a pair. .
and all lrreguiarit.ee of Ike kidney --- ----- -- -- ----- ---- !
which vlaeo they will 10u Atlantaand and bladder la both men and ------ t' ,

CKaitaew>tt., out \hotlr J journey to women regulates bladder trouble Imehlldr We ate the originators of low prices .1. W. PATTON, Y4.atsewrm of aM Dealers>", MXFraaae '.a":
; "el.lirao.\ +n. If not sold by I'ctare J M{
druggist .Art
: Mrs. Smith ,... your *, Rabbet- Sfauwpi.
:;;;;::" eiprcu to and everything folly guaranteed. CttIL E9GIIEER
will be AID *J
seat by mall oa reeeipt of |1. SUBYEIOR. We 1 tfr
,1 t1" t1I to the %Nonh' during th* **, raaeblery. Eaatwan *&'* : s
g.:' summer Ou. small bolt.. te two months' tratmeai :
,. '*\ ?'',BJIO ( &1.'II. early in the and seldom fall to perfeet a Dutar !II Bail Estitt.P iaks, Cameras. aa4.rh.tegva.. v' ::-;!
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; V. NO. 78 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. T1RSIJAY: APRIL 7. B'Oi' ONE DOLLAR A YEAR ,

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city A number of farewell entertainments election or the acceptance of a regard
T NEWS FROM have been planned In his honor. BILLS PRESENTEDIN I I compensation or remuneration I DEPOSITORS CAUSE

i by public officer or appointees for the
ft's TO GRANT AMNESTY ON EASTEP THE LEGISLATUREJacksonville performance, non-performance or violation
FAR EASTERN WAR of any act rule or regulationthat RUN ON THE BANKS

Rumor la Circulating that the Czai may be incumbent upon them to ,i IIY

i Will Proclaim Same. Police Pension Bill I administer. .perform, execute or have I I

Y Admiral Togo's Fleet Reported, St. Petersburg April :26.! -A rumor Passed by Unanimous Vote. execntrd was amended I as to except II I Excitement Intense In Milwau
1 Is circulated here to the effect thai+ rewards for the apprehension. of criminals
f' To Be On Korean Coast. :.u.pi-ror =Nicholas will mark Kasiio I . It was then ordered re-engrossed I k.-o Over Defalcation. '

> cite proclamation of general am THE GAME LAWS AMENDMENT for Us third reading I -r-

: KUROPATKIN LEAVES THE ARMY testy' for political and rthgums pnontrs I Senator Hlount's bill detlniiig tenan I SHORTAGE IS OVER A MILLION 1,
now confined In fortresses 01 Fertilizer Bill Put Back on Second
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ciea at will and to provide mode to determining
'i: Russian Squadron Has Left Kamranh prisoners of European KuaU 01 I i. Reading;;-Taxing; Owners of Dogs; edit. wa'Ilac"Llllllllt"clnd I Confidence Seem Hard to Restore In 5
exile It Is feared the Kastcr IioIKlaj.!
Bay and Ita Whereabouts Ai>e Unknown which extend over lo:: das, U 111w ube House Accepts an InvitationLimitthe reading for amendment Wisconsin' City-People Lin. Up B*> ,

S Japs Royally Entertain German the occasion of bloody conflicts. Carrying; of Shot Guns. Senator Ylnt'.1)111 to makemore perfect fore Paying Teller' Window and i
records. of titles to real propertyin WJ1I
:, Prince The people are being specially Tallahassee April 25? .-'I he following I this State gave way to a substitute Demand Their Money.utltsuie..April .
warned not to enter the St. I Isaac ot ; new bill were introduced in the
Tslng Tau April 26.-The German Korean cathedrals or the chinch wl Senate : I measure by the judiciary committee, I \ :Jo: Ih-spUe auraucu >

cruiser Sperber reports having sight. the =Nevsky iuonatir. Senator Itlouut-To provide for the which substit rte was. placed back upon Iliui. the MlUituKoc, Trust com-
ed on April 22 In the straits of Formosa The liberals: pretend to believe that ifs second reading for amendmentI .
appointment of assistant coroner in I pang was In no luunuir involved by ;
Senator Trammel! bill providing
Japanese man-ot.war towing such utorifh are purposely clJ'lIhll'by II
the counties of ha Slate ; alto to require the Iluuiictal tiouhltt uf n
I that when fertiliser i I. not 'ltll" II. Ulajtvlow
the MS reprejsented -
another one which was badly damaged polico: In an> event the btralt
the record of instrument reliedon former president of the First! National .
Is becoming intense. This! Is llol> by vendor and the purchaser
a* color of title ; alto to define the "bank of :Milwaukee
Berlin April 26.-An Investigationshows week, when all Kui-sla U usually! ii suffer damage: by reason of said! fertilizer and cont'ksvd -
that the German cruiser Sper- sackcloth) and ashes, but the pnorti record of deed or mortgages unacknowledged not containing Ingredients\ ( tlefuulier of awry! than a rail* r,
or defectively acknowledged. lion tl U 111\1"II, crowds of !
ber was not in the straits of Formosa clashes of the people who general 1 which t the vendor thereof represents. it pi-opla todaywcru

April 22. She arrived ut Taing Tau attend incessant mus+t>s now spent to contain. the purchaser limy recover I In line ionit beforu thu-" op* nlnj
from Shankal Kwan April 21 and left most of their time at the doors ot I. Senator St.'otl-Tn provide for the from the vendor the, damage so sustained I I of tho Trust otmiivuny buntPJwaltlnic to W'wtlhdraw

: Tslng Tau April 21, bound for Hong churches goMitptng about what may abolition of trial or inquisitions to After some i.t'lI"iul\ by Senator i their depoelts.

Kong. happen next wc-ek. Tae solemn re the insanity of a person accused uf capital Ail aim and others the bill wa put '

ligiouk services at the winter palace offenses after a conviction thereof bark on the second reading for amendment I..t the I' |II, O :May 1st. wa accepted i'
and providing a method of deposition by the llou.. with thank
Togo Near Korean Coast. vibich, in ordinary ytars, lakes plact .
of such and for other .... I :Mr. Histrunk'. bill width
cases regulating
Saturday at midnight, with which Easter (lurJIII. The 1
Toklo April 2o.-2.oO: : p. in-It was :Senate: went into executive es-
reported from Korea today that Admlr Is ushered in and when the: Met Senator llailey-Authorizing the sign, I of tire of vehicle on paved or improved -
ropolltan of St Petersburg proclaims Comptroller to draw warrant upon the '"111., wa ordered engrossed
al Togo with the maJur part of hi- As Din Key West railway eitenslon
to the In the of th1mlrial treasurer in settlement of the H.\ 1. and printed, 1
emperor pctseucr bill bt the
squadron was Maxanipo bay, neat wa clout to taken up, Semiale I
Fut an, Korea April 10. family, ministers. and leading Wailes claim adjourned until I tomorrow,
functionaries the rlolng of Christ from tt"lIator'I'J.t! provide for the" The Wailes claim of .It|tUt.l lull) with .lrie* for suiireme jutlges at

Russians Have Left Kamranh Bay. I the grave will not take place ibis yew privilege of witnesses in certain cates.Senator interest is before the Senate t.'i.Atk: ), was ordere| .engrossed|

Ting Tau Shantung IVninsula C'li on account of the danger involved\ Humphries' bill relative to In the Houte. Mr Jewrll's bill relating lit tuach .

na April 26.-Po lti\e (continuation I liutead, a pimliar b<'r% tee will In- lick: the municipality of Bradentowu was I C r. violating I'ontraol was;,postponed aid
was obtained here of the statement I at Tsarkoe.Seloe. Cuvernor General paired by a vote of :29 to O) 1 he following\ bills were introduced H iii11ra.rs K

that the Russian squadron left Kaiu' ; Trepoft Insists on his ability( tu preserve Senator Xim's lull regarding free and referredMr I O..nC Krauklln and! (,'.rl- el

rank bay Ajull 2J and that the Hits I order and i protect ltd- and prop passes or crimination in r.If'II. ..h..r1I..ral Hue km sii--'To dvllne diilie of I lint of /Nassau were' bhosen by the ,

clan cruiser Svlatllina Russian hoepit i erty. Among: the IMIMUI* urrfst attempts to amend, was indefinitely . !Statn attorney* and Hi their salaries lloiie tn visit the (Stale colored school

al ship. and 14 transi>ort t-hlps are Ml, last night wtru throe uf the I pr.nclpa 1".Jllllmu..d.t.oIeuator I! Mr tile phemi.- vest county uiim. at Tallaha..ve.The .

of Kamranh ba)'. The division of tl revolutionary leaders.PATTERSON Sam's bill protecting! wild !' iitlsvioiiers with J power to employ at. 1141"." ps*..d .tothlrtl' eating: a tl

Russian squadron commanded\ by A4rairal otter from December lit to March let, i tornej in certain eases before count; bill by M r. IVsdrn Ntnta It...., tu s

Nellgatoff had not joined the TRIAL RESUMED. eacn year, ordered en ro.*ed for third | judges and ju>ll<>es of the peace Alan prohibit county treasurer hunt

"main squadron commanded bj Admiral Actress Fully Recover From Fainting; reading\ ; also bill amending gam l I.wadvanced I I. bill to amend law r..latl'n allow ehartcliiK eoinmlions on money 'borrowrd -
RoJestvensKy up to today lug sheriff and other police ottlcvr to by the
Spell of Yesterday to third reading It limit.thetllnlb..r county i>r on money

New: Turk April 1M -=Nun Patterson of wild turkey to twoo/ carry weapon, without giving bond transferred from one. rand lo another

Railroad Opened to Mukden. apparently had fully lecovortd one day, arid quail to :'A> a day to each Mr \\'II."II-T.. 'Incorporate the fund

Pll 3n. April 26.-Tho Oral railroad from her InIIIIflIlllul1 of ytattrrlay gun sod provides that no party of two town of Kurt Myer Tim, noon .hour havinK. arrived thlt.rtl.r t.p.eul
train front LJao Yang since the retreatof Mr Wllllam.fu amend the, law relating .. Lneral'f
I when she appealed In court today tot or more persons shall kill mere than -| for that hour (
the JUu.-lans from that place lust to lawyers and the practice of
Jewrll'. bill relating lo of
the coiitlnuanre uf her tiial on the two wild turkeys or inure than. 411> carrying a
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year >Mukden station late yes.terday charge that she murd-nd C'aoatYoung. quail. Hcnstor Ham' :Mate' gone ami 'l.w. firearm, which had 'been liidrtlitliely I Itlnlsnl.d
crossing the Hun Aver on the (On r'iUet| of )/Ir. Wells of Hill, lass wvrk, but v
fish ward bill .psed to third reading I up now uponreconsideration '
temporary: bridge! which Japan has (tote the' :!t-nat. bill In legalise and
There was a trace of ruler( In hi 1'1" following lulls were taken up. ontheir I wa attain Indrflnilelypostponed ,
completed: Regular trains will b*, vsliilaln ordinance Nu 3 MJ u' the,
just cheeks and she ......Olt'd to .be In e"' -t'l third reading.Henalnr : elly J
between Port Dalny and Mukden I'of I .... taken. and
run lent tplrltH whenah.entendthe cumin Mloekton's Jacksonville police Tampa up pasted Ovneral Jewell's pure fond bill after
.. in a few dn>',. Quantities of supplies: room and look) a seat at the councl' fiension bill was parsed by a yule Mr. N..hl..'* bill tstlng dots, after .1 I .hl amendliienls, was rf.jrod for
f are being sent to Tie Pass from =New of :HI to OSenator. dlMij*.ioii, "'.. ordered .rc..I. U. third readlnKHOIISM ;(r
I table The \pain black suit "which "h. I I
I 1-" Chwang in junk up the IJao river.A had worn during this and prcvloui X.m'. &bill prohibiting! the An 'invitation to attend a rr.,epti,
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/ Singapore Straits Settlement.: April checked dies and a ruiight lace lair -ALACHUA :
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' "l 4 \0-A! Russian Antonlvilch.giving! carrying the name a panport .,1'ladmlr with white lining NEWS FROM VARIOUS SECTIONS OF COUNTY III

The r-volv with which It IN alleged J 1 -k
m.deout in another Damt.IIo.W
Young wa killed and wlilcb It Is b.*
arrested on the fortified stand of lira hewed will figure pr<>mnentlr! In tin THE NEWS FROM ARCHER. .I Key from Archer and Intermediate THE NEWS PROM MILNOBK. a
nl and was arraigned here today on the points on Thursday I .. .. .
prosecution ise: tnade its appearance
charge of being on government prop Closing; of Public School-New Presbyterian Fsrmsrs Are Needms RIn-Parties {t
as soon a* the trial sate rvutnidhad <
crty without authorliy He was rr.jnanded Minister-Other Notes. Jonesvllle Hsppsnlngs.Jonesvllle Are AlUcked With 0,,".
been l Identified by sewral witness
for a week" Antonlvltchbo es ,,..tPrd!', as the weapon found tti Archer April :WMr.' and )Ir.. AN April :'M -lloslrfs. (T* )1.1,.,... April W -U: ,.. Wm. lloff./ 't

I, does not speak English was ring Young's; pocket SIKIII after the tragedy Bert mitts and baby of run'ek, called J )I Milton to Komokw Hun- man and thro children. hat returned
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commuskmM ufDeer
with a and today the line of Mt-nllflcatloa war U.. are visiting thr parents of Mr. day to Mtark after a very pleasant visit .t 4jt
of the ordnance department it IN folltfsed down lo the lime It wa :Smith. Th. baby has been quit ill, Mr and Mrs J. II, rowUr' uf Lennon Mr, ft O IIq.t.& 4'..
; supxd that Antonlvitch I- II
{ popularly | brought Into court It is upon its ability but I. better visited. the. latter'. parent. Mr. andMr Hr. Prank .1.1&.. ha* moved to town sand
a but the authorities say that tlacTimlnatius >
spy to establish the fact that J. Morgan John Chamblin was 'In (ialnrsfllle' ., II. A I'Ukeil, a few day this' I I. now located with hi. sonin. .la..
: paper have been dl*
! Smith Miss l"U.r'-H brother-la last week urtder the dentist'. ear, week A. W Orals;, un front street,
covered. I
1. -- law', purchased this weapon Ib9 U, MlM Dora Smith i I. visiting. friend.i Mr. and Mr. u.1111.., and daiigh. Mrs. Underwofid. formerly' MM! Jeu.

I Kuropatkln Leaves the Army. before Young wfcw killed that the pro in Kvlnsloo, t..r*. little Mi**. KUie and Urh... attended file HIIJCKS, was In town ,..,.nlJ, front "'

r St Petersburg .'I'rllTb... Russ erutlon basis Its strongest hope of con Uev. Hudson of Cdar Key preacheda I ehurrh at :N.wb.ry' Ut "'m- High Mprinjr. '

formally denied tfcfct M. Wine bad resigned vlcllon. good sermon al the Methodist church dayW A party of 0,...,.. were encamped.

the prrsid.nry uf the romtuii -_ last Sunday |IL| 'kll..U and sisters, Mi... nar laws a few day. ago and did. ftBn

tee of minister! The paper eplaln Used the Mails Fraudulently. lh r public ..,ho..l. under th. ear of I )1.1...s end Clem, and John W. Miller. buln..e 'In hors trading and for

that b" t* won. out with work and :Nashville, Tenn, April >.-John W' Prof, Folks and Ml.. Martin, closed at attended ehureb, >ewberry Hunch I".. telling.

In urgent{ n_
that Ibitt n"t resigned. In fins.. .om. years alto, sod! wbo was Indict' arid on Y'riday the teachers and sehnl* Master: partlee ar. numerous at this lacks' are |h. .".... of Mr. a.. K.Mullln .

els, } .eitrcfc s It Is reported that )1. WUte .4 for using; the Unlt.
nay sro-pt tie huuuc..mo"t of the for fraudulent rmrpose*.. th. direct at HI.. Petrel I.k.'II bad a aloe i; A. 1' .iI."'. ..at.4., ii..,. .... I Cut* and Frank Yearwund earn over '

4 RqtoCfclne' bank Tb. lx>ur e (ia.sette rbarjc being the lssnaa<* of alleged'; tint. ,: one at H'V epi I,*.'. and on. at Jo :' from lh. &.., Morida Hmlnary to

publish a report that Onvra) take 4ir Ion... I* being tried beforsI i )Ir*. Well IN".** and .i.i.r r>u. Williams' ..,..4 Monday with their parent.

Kuropatklu commander of Ihe first Ju lje ("ar la the federal rj_rt In .ao.. and )II.. ...Jl'- Trestanl aitoded V, II. AUman of Ual.! ..vtlte,,, U vUli- tams I* badly needed. by th* farm.r*

,, MiorfcurUa arm* tl. r.tnrs fr 1_ Ire this rliy Farr fled bard to bays th. tb. Kai.r ..rvi .* at lhRpiupl f t lag "..D4. her* IbU _.*il.M and fruit cruwers. Mo far oalf ..Ml

., front and W .Mr**+4ed by (;ra tal] trial! take pUr. ia.tiCOO City church to Oaioevlll onUt 1i ,. H..MI .had she mUfoflun !._ l.he of rain, bas fall. during this

Kia.sri cosard uf lh. aron4 Mao. bat It sac fins)'y d.elded to hear theca ftabbalh { .... fln. doe ibis week,. month ,.
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{ c' ran; army here Farr Is aU....s lo hav. On seal Hiabbsth at th. Prbylrn( Rums boa' "It that West, on* nf th. J K. !>.,1.! an J..a'.... agoai. '

operated la f*> ur> r. XatOfa. ., C'Lattafiv.. eh.reb! th. ft.. I>r Vf.....11 will b* .. *,fPIIt\.ocan.. 1._ departed for earn over from Ktark on.Monday busism.
Prince at T...>.. Wab.eoc aM other clUes.Indicted .
Gernun .
"g.lary! lo.tIUd as p4stor of the j; $o.si Corobn, hi* former home. ,
lrtnvror ( ) ;'.
,prtl :( Iar
T burch hr, Tit** eon .lloi\ to !..1 l I Tb.r..111 t* a Huaday school l eon- John, ow. of th* rw ol th. I4Naaa.
: ,, '....'...loPr. repfe...c.t 't.0 /et'
as ; .. P..nags. stall wa* apti.d al I... lees .*..... ...tiuM ...,. .. Friday, ftolnrday sad .r AJM, had the mUfofta. oa Friday
., of r. rmaay wita th. Athea, <>* Apri.: J< -la ta. tu.-n
( Ug of lh. lrsi f tryr aa.4.aJ. aim..tat the Aids iadajr.. All a,. .InvitedU right' u> U bit by OMMI of s toad
.ceoa.p a.+d by Pr1n- roart +*trr iy (ts41ltse.ta for p.o., .
Japsasrsr y of ft... W C UIMSMJT of (Oral, M. Molt .. Allies 9? a saw nil I of bird<< shot f Crud by psflt.s oakaowa '
n t ( last: a, arrtted ion toCayr a.. were re*.n.*o.t sgatftjt R. Lsaaa t'tt' t'
KNt"S,0 n..v. C K (I..40. of Mr..aoPJ, sad : bout !.. sad .**....U mike ..*. ofber .....s.. visiting" at r."IoT.o: olh.rpsniw
.aty.tt to Oraaay
lrfnaa )t .s Wetito I tooo*I. Oorg IITlr.
O. Math* 1b-p".4a's: .r 1M esipetor of J*. Ri f.* lUrvry, sal ftit, :t SOMW r.... m *fawalkl..i as.o''
will ... . ...ivo Ml doabc Bois.& a a..bf .lb.*d.. with
UI anul w.* 'satt4tea! gf'rt' 'd tho set to b* l.T* ax sprlakled .|M> That ,'tmIdeally
? . will Urg . .. ...... ..., M. W .......14...sa $01417 ,. '
twe p'1a('''' 1\. t1 eay sts. .tsJ . ftaafrtagiMi -..* arr.st.4 her ......, o qoil a di..tco.. from tnner. r
1"t'aea Car .aieaaoUets was e.. .mm a ciarg* of t/ylac t. to> Nae. ass.Rvoss .. Two od4lUe to ,.. .b.rb will b.* total.*f la All bU ,.,..Ur .,peNa,. ... M Mt of Ih. ifco poly 'poss.r ..

C'fW P1 w tS. S pssc.. "a.k" .. : ts ....'lfn.. U 34t.slactp$. y12ab. -t/. .*.!. U. *r.. *.......|..jti*J by ,.. I I.,.i.4 ,... iklA. of {edged] |f. the sfotb r ,
Tb.r. wtll Us M *s.vro* k4... tkcpa.r, Mte. rlNu..
..m stews l ; t say. U tit .... was isal tall h wad ........... I...




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k'I' 2 THE GAINESVILLE SUN: APRIL 27,1905

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.:CUKES AND TO opbusiness I a t.YroMelt e/st/


TOES NOT toO _



i Crops Were Early own

Which Meant Great


', J. TINSLEY TALKS our a

running
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Of the, East Coast-

Good and Abundant for a "TER. .

Will,Yield' Far to the Bad say wher-: busy

'i duction 6f Cucumber too and Building Materia; "
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,, LEMON
4 aaeph'Tlusley:. ,
In my CIIAKLESTON.. 8. C.
tp city but for the pt ,,', ami kid .
are
Ing agent for the firm of I Sash Weights Cord Hardware
Bon.eommlitlon I lure ape- ,

pent Sondiy in under it the In We .A.TTP. :

guest of his mother, )Ir.. when
lf17. It baa al G-Ii.A.SS.
Mr. Tlntley has been on H. D. To .
'fir Coast for the past few '.. Plow E. M. HACKER Proprietor

after tomato shipments. spend
'
a regarding the situation

"The tomato crop on the ELIXIR time . ORDER YOTJR .
has 'been very light for the -.- ---.-.
coming to a close It Is a .
when I say 'coming to a running
Wines Etc.
J heaviest shipments for any Trans Whiskeys, ,.
y Of the season wilt be .
h t I, onr .
week, and probably the of the I
?' 1 is necessitated by tho south,con. . from. . .

:fruit Is ripening fast, and morning, competitors' .
be snored, chair.
; "Tho! crop of ... at this down. Henry Free ,.

awry short on the East of business
Is the headquarters for this
wa trans
t"r? Florida," continued )I The only uptodateMail

"Only about twenty-flve ; Church Order House
,' the crop compared to I.. report,
t been shipped so far lie s in the South . . .

$ heavy shipments which month Gainesville Furniture Co.
g paled for the next ten *, the church
'a very mush whether the ,
over forty per cent The I a good 16 & 18 Clay and 501 W. Bay Sts
ditions have been shown
was
1 4 the fruit has rotted on the dollar House Furnishers Jacksonville, Florida.

many lntanses before I wa no ,
"Hut how about the

turfed" The Bun man. I has long
Write for Price List Etc.
"Well, the prices have ha ins ,
which ,,11I111 a large I quarter. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA

a, the yield. Tomatoes, I In the
?/ have brought double the : FIVE MILLION BRICK

S' sometimes more, In the of the
I now have the finest aad best build >
J th growers are almost a. advance InK brick made in Georgia ; wire, my'expense j
% sated. Everybody'who ( to the Cash or Installments for lowed each price delivermi -. 1
toes<< on the East Goait ftt any point In Florida. E. N.. I

.. Jifled, as far a* prices are a glorious JELKS, Macon, Ga. l'
Mr. Tlnsley state that Co.'S .. -- - .
quarter, r ----- a---- -
x
bar crop of the East Coat I "Vfe have A PLEASANT AFFAIR. . .t.tEUREKAWINt

:, hausted. The season wa and In the -
: grower received good that God Mrs. L. C. Lynch Entertains in Honor IIIST: _

no complaint to make of Mr*. Waller Hswkin .

4 j' >Y" .-.- - : the Minis Tuesday afternoon from :30 td 6::30, }

Men Past Sixty In organized, Mrs Louis C. Lynch gave a delightful .

r More than half of ,, a re. reception complimentary to Mrs E & LIQUOR CO

t sixty years of age suffer '' .* hal been Walter Hawkins of Jacksonville

and bladder disorders, d..alill Matter tlaisley Lynch met the guests
r THE HUE.IT SOUTHERN: MAIL ORDER: HOUSE.
ment of prostate gland' '., und at the door, and Mrs. Lynch wa assisted

painful and dangerous, in receiving by Mrs. Hawkins EXPRESS PREPAID. Fun Quart Measure.Per .
., Kidney Cure should be and :\lrll. I' P. Warner and in entertaining ,
first sign of danger, a. It by Mr I *. Watson Porter Mr*. Four Six Per.
(lallon QnarU Quarta C...
regularities and has cured Dollar Re Samuel Thomas and Mr*. Vanl)ven- 1atchelt's. Private Stnek ...... ...... f i m H U an ra 'II 00 1
Hatehett'.Thai.Whl.key. .. .. ... . .. .Mt
+ men of this discas. Mr. that can ter Serving at the punch table were llktcbetl Ole Rye, . .. . .. .. s 3? 5 41s ft) eau. lava t
r" nstt, nook Tort, Mo., writ.. [ Mr. J. :Mrobhar.. ;Mrs. John Ch.... Jurell.e-l.O-Al'l'leHrllndy. . ............. ..... ... .7 4 n! T KO no 14 0 OO ao
Cure
N.C.Ar"I".UraIk1Y. . . .. .. .... ... ... ....... .... StI33/\ I f _
fared with enlarged 0. nut, Mr I *. J. A. Goodwin and Miss ISurea: M.it .. .. . .. ...... . .... ... .... a1 1 00 .e6, 17 0)7OUln t 1-1- \..}
.:ur"II.-I. C. Peaeh UrendJ'. .. .... ... ......... .. 7S! . .
kidney trouble for years known F. Scarralt. N. U. l'oaoh Iir.n.ty. ...... .. .......-.. ........ ..... 31'o! I e.1TOO" ,.s' It glO u) I i t ,
taking two bottle of "'nll" refreshment were served by FurckaN: Co Ucro ... ..........._. ... ..,. .. SI\ 3761.: II1\
% n, and be Dainty Eureka: N. U. CorD. XX . .. ......... . .. ... Sn, 3 tat 41\0 gOO ,
Cure I feel a better than In all Mr*. J. O Clark, Mrs. A. R. Harper, Eureka: N. C. (torn. XXX .. .... .... .. .. In IT1\ 4'10' WIO .J
twenty year, allhoueh I rure.s: N. U. Corn. XXXX . .. .. . . 11... r fin 3 ..11110) '
M,.. '1. U Saunders. Mrs. George ..
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old" Hold by J. W. tinanolalty Old Crow Ik..rbuD .... .. 4 110 t eta\ 673 13 1\0 !
years made I)udl.,. :Mi\ Until Scarratt and Mrs. Hermitage Re . .. 1\1. 4 St a. T\! II 10 ,
00. ..
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._ Sunny .Iroo&t lire I :S 1 m a MillO
G M. Lynch Sunny Brunk Sour M..II. .. .. 9 or. 3 or. I't 66 II 210 .
'" TUESDAY'S SPECIAL : &ohu Spring. 461.' t M e ei 1. ra

Inter. O. Will Interest Many. Oak.nd silk S'eiset, .. .. . ... ._. 6 a:3.It Sri Ito 7.O9. 1'6' 1&1309 1'tJ' *., v
E. A. O'NeillEI.ct.d
should koow that
the blood Every person .
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From tt.iO t. f3.&Oer
Unsxplrad Callon. DeliTrrrd.
it the kidney
system good health i* impossible
Save twelve laM * "..,.-,,':U'. J'thate Stock and
seethe a bottle free. Save
Tuesday'. special election 7&a per are deranged. Koley' Kidney I.ei.. >I.t.i.of Uatobett'.OM K,e and .*cure a bottKs ".... *..e twelve Uheta ot <
.. J.!'hei 'aTha"8 Wbi.key and eeare a bottle free. Save twel.l.btI of
Eu'rka
of selecting and bladder disease
F the purpose for contl- Cure will cure kidney N. C. Com and _ur. a bottle free. Sat ,..... labcta of Eureka N. C. Aprto
to fill the unexplrfd term In every form, and "will build upand Krandy and secure oa. bottle free. Save twelve Ubcto of Currka Malt and _ur. ''.
on. bottle f t_. like. of ail .ooil*bought at oomrany More are nb v.r VkOoa le.i
Fed rick, resigned, was a . _. strengthen those organ so they th.o txadaTerr Noeberg. for Ju.. bo.e.ordrayage. All of my bottles are .
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only 171 vote l being cast will their functions ;tau > Mire All ttaBdant brand of whUkle* okl over Bar bar at tIe p"r drtoh-IO "
perform flrop.rl'.1 from is lesvea a for
I jou. AU wine. quoted oo art UeaUo<< W..J.o carry ebeaiwr
There were only two No danger of Bright' disease .......- than ((MM. quoted. $.C'lal i Ve aired. Money refunded U .
gouda eot..Uaf.eWvy
the position, E..1. ':\ I t..I..U .'01..,'* Kidney Cure I. takenIn I I "
tI, Ooltoii. The former time void by J. W. McColIum .\ J I EUKEKA WISE .t L10.UOII: COJIPAMV,. ,

l ,f voles against his OJlI. ... [ I no ((0. Co I j I: 136 WCST HAY STRKET. JACKSOXV1LLT. YLA. .::

1't elected him by a hr a,on.e : Will Change Location.. t
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As has bn stud \..- ,I I The firm of J. \V. McColIum A (b? I I i

good wen, an' either drull.l.u.t.... have been conductingbusines. STOP THINK !
J served the city faithfully i ilion I at US West Main street, S.I j jI i .
to which they .. store in the ;.
have leased the corner
O'Neill ha served the I.'il I being vacated I+ 'r and don't wait until the
opera house block now : .' .
and .fllciently' a* chief of ,
by CUI."lIdenun, and will occupy I: n'' rain
'c partment, and there I It ., tarn about May 1 I II I comes.

Irt.. .U.'e that he will not tone-\ j this is one of the most desirable.s : Just call ia SMITH'S and get yeas ,

thing as an alderman.t. . I well as most desirably located. !i l a special talus UmbreiU. Big Q Q r, t
Friend extend. ._ ,. \ Samples]I stores in the city, and ll goes without ; ? lot to eo: ai, each O ? O Ll
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i saying Mes.ni. McColIum Jt Co. "wUlt!1 a
w
A Thousand Dollar'a Worth j I
t Matter !I. make of it an attractive rrsort.Th I i) Try Oar Sk.. Dee rta*<.t fr 6e 4,
"I have been afflicted ......" ckaDt was n""">.sitatrd' on account .
sod bladder trouble for ,. of I demand for nor cotntnodloos -I I 'YGr (;.sMl* at Right Pri<... ,

M kt grav.| or atone A. U. with Thea", quarter, occattttned by theof L C. SMITH North Side Square.. ?sff

fl' known painsays coal operator of Florida I growth tae'> business- !I "_ . . _ j- ,;t

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rl. COt bo r Uef from medklne' -- i Fr1a""ful Suff.vina Relieved.Suflenag '' '

gaa taking Foloy's Kidney ) frightfully from the vira- GAINESVILLE IOTTLINI WORKS. 'b .
sc
: tbe malt was e lint IM.UCOOS of eD4ll..t..s food. C, O. *$
i" '. doe started* brie -du SURYETOB, OrayeoD of Lala. Mfg.' ., lock Dr. Kiag's -. **.*mmine. *r- f>

....... and stow aad I 1.feel have like no New Uf ."111_. -with U. ,...1&." he I fin Soda liter all Flits Giagu ila, Root ud IU ttA Bee,CWtf, KB.OAIXESVILLE. '
't +'r my kidney writes, "that I wa cored," All atom- J
U baa doa..ea $100 worth FLA. ah awl bowvl disorder. (iv. way to FLORIDA. s
will
i Kidney Care
Fogy's
; ol kM or their tubs. lAzativ propni.. S&.7 at Rene M Ktea ttiN sae MWoIe an at.sea. tsar a1.a. be reteruL 1 ri
form bjJ. W.jftftoll 7 Ma A Dub..... all dreg stone, avana...... i





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fT"** BABY CRY ? The Occasion Was Spent In Special I: A TRAINED NUR 3h

ESSid Services, Which Were Enjoyed. "

Te Easter was beautiful day in Gainesville. I'
('au>;c it is either hunpr 4 ;
All nature seemed to .smileswretlr. )I \ "..,
Bill Not ;: \ or in pain Properly with the result that largecoitKreuaiiriu After Years of Experience Advises Women. In

t Senate. I uri;:'\hed it will usually grow filled the churches. It

i i. aid. that the largest congregationever Regard to Their Health. r
I I tad be comfortable
c 11,) right ; I
assembled in the M.-ihtdi: I j I 1
IS PRESENTED :, --that's the Mrs. Martha 1".hlml\n
principal thing church congregated this .
upon docu! >ii r
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Of fSS: w. ,
Kir babIf its food Licks in the morning, when the pastor H.." I 'r1111"
!>hbition!: by Constitutionalent a .. I; Newark.\ N. ., \\lm \.< a
T. J. Nixon, delivered a most ) '
interesting -
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Triuhiatp Nur > trIn tins / .
and nourishment
Asked-.Matters Educa- .trength and impassive| sermon on "Thel,I llliH-klov. Tntiiiiii. ,- .. ttiMtl.i .' : : b '

'Receive Attention-Short Ses- add Scott's. Emulsion at feeding It .urr ctlou." In the evening the ,I at I'hilu.lflpluu. ttiKl for r p' *1'i i t. w
Presiding Elder Kev. F. 1 U. Bridge\ slvIAur.u'tttthrl'hiladrtplna"III'" ,'It Iff 1"1110)
ns by Senate and House
time. A few drops will preached on the ,uhjt'Ct.uPt'vt'li'J'- .j: \ \| \ ;' 'Q 1 rY ,
: Illtllilal\ , W 1'1 itOS till-I 1. \ ' Tallahassee 25 The' Senate
April show! surprising results. 1 If( a ment of Christian Character" from In-low. :-.|Mlull

Convened at 4 p. in., and action on Sen- baby is plump it is reasonably Hebrew 13.L1V21: : : There was special j jmu ,i tho lulvitntHifeof\ |N'rsitnnlUsulos" \ d r T? roexl

'ator Stockton' bill relative to board ic at tin ciiurch, both services.Uev. ,,'ricn'r. lave +

.f commissioners for educational in- safe. Scott's Emulsion S. It. Rogers of the First pruflA..t"nal 1 ,'.hit'.'t,....a.I ,
Bap.tiot .. roi
anil \\liut she hit-H t >:tvniny ,.
titution was deferred. makes babies plump. Church delivered a flue discourse :I bo rtb-.nlutfly: rt-h,'d y+ / /f r
The following bills were iutrodaced yt )
new "
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on "Called Back tol'rUon. which was ujxtn.Mnny

and referred : We'll tend ;'ou a sample f r"l'. liftenrd to by a good; congregation I other wontfi are #
Mr. Canou-Iakin it unlawful to aftUotetl I ,. the w as I'livv 1 ?
football ;>n>tt \. lOwllc.40') l'earl St, N l'\\' with a great dt'alllr intern cuu rebuilt health in he wt
play baseball or on Sunday.Mr. 1'on-- Kev. Tho I'. lUy of the First. 1're. Fatale x\iy.: It U J prudent 1 I NM
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Crews-To require manufacturers -- ----- byterian Church delivered! M good er- to heed Mich advice from yt

of patent medicines to printon certificates and Senator MeCrt-ary': ( anon to a large congregation, and er- j Mich u Mimi" ,.
bill- regulating the attendance of Mrn, I'ohluiaiivVlt: dR
label percentage of alcohol for permission vice at other churches were itupresE11'r. II ri 1
to vend same' in this State schools within special, tax district, I I KIII Hmily. ill>miiilnl,
; II I| .aftiTrtcht. "..*"f ..no-rU-nf* hs \ t
penalty, $200. were ordered engrossed. I with. l.v.iio I K.;: Hnkti-vu' }
Mr. Jac\eon-To limit and define House memorial S. memorializing Last Hope Vanished. !' \ t" c'tftl>l<. ('ooq.| mii ut l, that it ii artli(1 t tiv
i iv. I 'n.. "r..t and I.at m.lidllttfnr
Congress to make an appropriation of When leading physician said that .
time in which to file pleas, Indict- Any nutTvi in noutait to ;
ments, etc. ; also to define time for ffiO.OOO for the improvement of Black \ :\1. Mnithim of IVkiu.' la. had incurable 0'1. 091 man e '

write of error in criminal cases. .>Water river was passed. conumption, his lat hope \.nnUhed i j: mul.'IItf', btmxdtatnlr I f..''nn' .I after"",tltY'my t

Mr. Grill-To amend revised statutes Senator Humphries' Hradenlown ; but Ilr.> King's New' Pincovery I."lth 1..;fan .o fail ntr 1 1 1n .- .1 Y

relative to the removal of disability of charter amendment bill was advancedto for con U 111 pI lUll. cough and cold 'elite,.<> .Irl"/t-I wWtk, amid.lontt! ,hails athlafwrrtut nith.N_> } ;55

married women. its third reading under a suspension kept him out of his wave He "ny" : Ut,."k' ",.".... 'emit/I ni
Mr. Harris-To have State instead of of the rules.Senator "Thiit great: specific completely cured I Inw. liuv. .|v'11... TtiMilm'toniprv-.
.. rlfHU. .
l for I>M Ira I ili.l' not 1, e
seven district boards of medical exam- Blount'n IVnoaeola charter and saved my life Since then I imprne 1 ""111.11.1.\l l | ..r
amendment bill have used for wt..nd .....,a..ull 1 av, n
iners. was passed) 29 to U it over lOyenrs, and y a m
C'.II-I' i;;;:z; ;;;., I liibl mi nort>l itiw.Iiitrc* aryl l I IIMUIIH no s., fntntntA, 1 lna, ttnnr, excitability
The Senate then sider it marvelous throat and
amend the law adjourned.In a I
Mr. McCreary-To lien through '
mr limlm MI I I hill trritndillty. nervoui providing for the publication of acts of the House. cu,e." Mricily n-ientiUc cure forcough. hmnlly walk It "n'' n* lot. 1'*MI i>f f<'iu..!I"< ni<>ln..rli >ly. "all ron., ** and 1Jr'r
I tr"I1"' it* I hate ever "known Lydia 1 Krttrtol : .
), 'sore throat or cold ; sure '
in certain pre.ventlye \\nt\i\ to v U- left-ilium frollnji"\ bluea
newspapers.This ,
the Legislature The 19nkleaui'r1 etehlN ( I"v'r.
bill introduced ,
following new were of pneumonia. ( iiiarHitteed.Mc : ''''11'11.,1 ,
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amendment seeks to eliminate the inn within' lour itiouiliM Hlmi> Hint nail h"I..I..I" 'h..y should I".m-
: and $1 (10 bottle at all drug stores.Trial lime I barn |1.,1| I.T..M.II to rui-uiiiiiieiiil It ln <> In-r there tuna &r1"lll.1 trim rvtuedy..
necessity of mailing copies to each Mr. Baker of amend law bottle free.Gerald's tmtulior of iU. nil
Clay-To |" >nt" MiTiitit( .. frtwn \illu. .K. I'tiiUhiiiu'n yrgrtabl.Omnn*
qualified elector. relative to hunting ehine: form of felucln! .liill.Hiltint. coil I 11".1| ..twhile |MIIIIII| at t.iirt< rrinovr nuch trtnibUa.
House III I lit t..II"I..1| Uiii.rr.fwslunal to rw'-
Mr. Crane-To define and suppress Mr. Baker of Clay-To prohibit certain Completed.The funinoiul A letent| nxili In* 1 even IntimitynvomnKii.1 Nil other' fcinnl liirillclii In the
opium dens. games: and sports on Sunday: elegant home of .1. B. (lierald l.yitlit i K; 1'inkllaui., VfiiftnM, .I ttorM. lin. rrrrlvvrt nu-li lilmprf-a ('t'lMMiMiuiMl' for I hnfiHiixt that It .tirr.* iiniiiiiillllrilriiilnrMMiK'iit. =,"thC'p r'
Sams To amend the law 613 East Main N which has
street
Mr. regulating Mr. Crawford of Orange-To regulate frtasnlnills where nil niher titvtlicttt full It
dt1'Ine IIKH
tau- such a rrit'rtl of cure* of
the establishment of ferries entering premise of another by been under courw of erection for thepest It a gravel l ntnlti'ln.. for ifk. "" "1.11." frtiutlr trtMlblrn.

across rivers. owners of cattle. three and a half l nrorllla" has beencoinpleted Money. cannot )>uy such teMlumny" aslhi' 'I 1'lirnrrllh'sa.ulYerln\ tant wunit'ii. front

Mr. Noble'!!! concurrent resolution Mr. Dupont of St. John*-To provide and )1 ,. Herald and hi* merit alone run |'riMlmMII" It rv- i\N.\\ '"..v" iMifiillnr lutlirlr' sea In terrible
mil lta, pad the .1lt.t harlnIhutu\ tmwagree
instructing the joint committee investigating for pensions to Confederate soldiers family am now pleaiantly locatedthere Hint !1.\.,tllt:. l'illltluulI'.I't.( .- lu "t.t' Tho inidu-y liloli they |pay to "i
the East Coast Canal table <' Is|. the irrrsally iltM-lnrit. Mint its, not help than is l mn
who have come to Florida from other uminnmd| moat till I '
cum'IIIIIIIHvnt. <<. 1 ho pnlit la l cured
Transportation Company to carry on States, who have thereby lost their The building was contructed under aueeewHful, I reiiti-ily fur all femaletllfteiiHeit and\ tin niiitn-y 1' raved .liy I dyi'ta K.

the work on a more elaborate scale rights to pensions in the State from the direction of Contractor C. E. \\ \Mniirn Ummn to art ntetllHneheii troubled\ ultli Ir !'tntthnnt'u \'rgetnPle\ 1'ourfHrtuul.\ .:aIM'rh'"I' t

than usual, was indefinitely postponed. whence they came Whiting nod in said to 11.t one of the regulur ftiippreNM-it ur |mliifiil uunt '' li." Proved thU.

benator Brown's bill for__ the _relief of Mr. Smith of Yitlutia-To amend the finest task in the city It I I. an elegant mutton.t Wt'"k lit..... leiu-orrhiru. ill'* I It l. VM-U for "'''11t'1I\\hn are III to 1,

Marion county and Mr. Carter's u Houseresolution law for working on roads and bridges ; btiilding. and at the completionof placement nr tilfvrntloii of the'' womb, I nrlto Mri* I'lnkhniii at (..vUII. :Ma aIn .
that Iwnrlntr-ilnw u feeling, liilliiliinin\ her great rtjxTlrnrf.vhlfli rover*
relative to a committee to the contract Mr' ieralil) gav' voluntarily .
also bill validate the
a to incorporationof titan .if the ova rtea. baolim'lie' l blunt l iiiiinv yrnr.*, she hu. proliahly hail to
visit the military college at Hartow Daytona 1tea h. to (',)lltral"lor Stilting, a line rlnltilenee "
ItitT ( ), general ilelilllty' Inllifektlim. Ira I With duirtaa Of rasa lust llltMI
and the St. I'ett'nburRormal and Industrial Mr. Sparkman of Vohula-lt"JlllrlnJ teat luurnial of approval l Hixl nervotift |pnhtreliun nr I\ > iitrn llrr u-l liU\ trio Mint court- ,

School: were indefinitely post- county judges to be lawyer : also a TM building I I. situated In one of Sri lieM-t with knelt inptoiiiit u.. IU/l I ilrntlal{

poned. bill to amend road working law. the most desirable residential localitiesiu Lydia C. Pia hall'* Vegetable COB:ipound Succeeds Where others Till.

The following bills were considered Mr. Itryan of Washington (by request .the city It command one of the

best<< and mont cornmsr.dlrig views, andtL.owncr 7f
on their second reading : )-To require medicine
patent '
Death al( Dade CII,. i-rlnlf nm riii"'. In lli.. afternoon. at r.
has feel .
Senator Crill' pure food bill was manufacturers to label their ware and a right to prowl
Information reached this <'lty Sunday the hall. the Vorili Idlne.vtIie Hiiinlay
motion of Senator
and then on -
amended state on label proportion. of alcohol
McCreary made special order for Pirating Fol.,', Hone, and Tar. night of the death of )Ir.. B.llwMaM sehu'11 l held apprupriatn 1.1.:, ..r- ,.
contained therein also joint resolution
Thursday morning. relative to local; option. Kolry A Co Chicago ;orfginalrd "han. wife of ,It .K: MisMahan.which vtra.' . and Mid rotirtti was mo.l. ,fntr

Senator Crane's legalizing ordinance Mr. ltuckms '. relative\ to coun- Honey and Tar a. a throat and lungremedy fMuMirritri at her bump In Dade I rltlnll. .1.11& l Ie mired. !leas tn slid *>njoynl .

and nn account of the great City at I oVIoak riuntlsy afternoon of I II
390 of the city of Tampa was ty court clerks and recorder was read
'. consumption' | In the, *">hlf'd \It.\ f>i-oiU| of thai
roles merit and of .'ui.
passed under suspension of the the third time and made a special order popularliy Honey
Senator Uillen's bill authorizing city for and Tar many Imitations are offered |Itreea.rd MS* fortyeiht year of .iilmrti luininl. ) to an .haln.nl" | and splroiri 1'
Thursday morning
Hte( i I- viirdwiJ hu.b.nd.bruthrr I ..IU_ s oriiion' of It** harvey Marl
clerks to appoint deputies, was ordered i iDRroued. The House passed Senator (iillen's for the genuine. Ask for Folry'sHoney age lijr a I. j of "l'.r iUr. on. "Ihw |{"*iirr.ifl."
I concurrent resolution providing for. and Tar and refits any. substl I- of i J.: \le\lahanoflhisehy., *lh.> tll.nnrM was greatly "ijo.)<>i) b fh

Senator Trammell's bill prescribingthat commit consisting one from the tute offered as no other preparationwill arlll llr* ....hll.I'b..,ln ih. .| w- | tarn <>oii>ri>K.t
when there is a total los of property Senate and two from the (House, to give the same satisfaction/ It Is alhy' of Th. Sun and friend I Ie II.. :
mildly, laialive It contains m opiates tendedTh .
insured and the company fails to Confederate Soldiers and
visit the
and is i safest for children and funeral ws bald Monday .fi.-r. J. .I. II 1ZEl.
,
pay the fall amount of policy, there Sailors' Home at Jacksonville, and report delicate |lr.r.oo.. Sold' by J. W MeColl -
noon, id. Interment being In Ih* Dad
hall be returned to the Insured the upon the condition. and needs of urn A Co Practical BtleMiker lad Mublfiist.
.
--- - -- City e.'m.t.ryIle.ss.d .
was amended and
unearned premium the home.
Off to LaFaystt l> was scijiislDt, In thl. "It,. -
ordered engrossed. The bill of Mr( Wells\ of Hill.bor-
t' Senator Crew' bill amending the ourfh prescribing comp nation to b* A W Taylor, who' ha. secured a eon- having visited b r. uj-io several (*- All Murk (iuaranioml i Hatlsfaetory.

law regulating the issuing of teachers'Refrigerators paid county school boards, increasingthe tract to survey an ileniv tract of eatlons,. -
(W/7H. Oak AUW.vllU.. Fl.
'land fur the I'utnam Lumber
- - --- per diem to 13, cam op for second Companyof North Osln...ill. Easter.The .
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Wisconsin In LaKayetl* county, d.J''t.Pd .- -
J reading A motion Indefinitely" postpone good |>.oiU of North /dines. Women Arwlquick. ,.U."In IvTbscb.t'e" !
was 1 lost. by a tin vote, an amend Monday for that section, where ,, ., in .
III\ observed Ka: t a most appro Liver ... lIVui-l ttyrup.
h. wllll"mltodl.t..I begin( lit. dalls.
ment to cut from |3 to IJ carried and .. .
l'
:' the Indefinitely' postponedThe & i While Mr TelorIII require a large '

bill by )Ir. liiyanof Washingtonto force to assist bun h" only employed

c compel attendant upon the publio 'two men hero hi. son, A, W Taylor,

We have the only and genuineODORLESS schools ot this State and to provide for Jr., and William Adamoa who d.s.Jart..d .- YOUR MONEY BACK
Ones for noo-attendsnc and for obtaining on the same train The tract

leave of absence from school to Le surveyed. comprises tnaity Ihno-

which was reported unfavorably by sand aers., and about two month If tlio (MMlrf Don't Suit l.Y

the committee on education, was, upon will l.e required t 0 ctornplet. the workIt

motion of }Ir. Itryan ,..-<"Ommlnf'd.Thf' I. on* of the l largest contracts ever THAT IS OUR MOTTO AND WE LIVE UP TO IT.

-- -. - lloui then adjournedREns' let In thi Mete to a ..,I'...

It will COST YOU NOTHING tolo.tlalu' Bill Postponed If the Baby is Cutting Tirt Rye Whiskey Corn Whiskey .;

t H. sad that old ...!,,!
!.IeetAl U Th. ". _t'l. sTallaha .. sure ns and I-ru'A1. I-r.lCqAL. +
triad rm*.ty )1,. Wlaslow's r'<.>thing
..e-. April' 7> -Th* leg( nts Copper I Ilistilltrl.l! :'
or Fifteen TQ.a..... HIM. affecting all ""u". for children t.*thibjc. ft | N C:. White . . $1 05N. '

"ir ,. the :Mat* .oe.d..l. ( | laudations.which f soothes th. rhibl ..,f""o. she gUMS, Qiimn CityHunny . . :! flu a
ww sGws.te allays all peen, rurr. wiad oo||. and U C U"UJr. J 00 +
Cream Freezers ; South ,0 l . .
Ice ..... Arrtb.I
:: as a special order fur May ?d. ". NON a teeth (Jilt, K:\W\ . . . ,'l HJ) a.
: S.C Firm . . . :ti 50Luirvl
i Will Return Horn. I'etli grt'e, . . 4 Of< >

I liter aid Steim How From 1-2 t b i )1.1ru.J.. April! 24 -Mr, aodMrs. Orernolt . I OH Vnlly . 3 00

James W Johnson and family sail FOLEY'SHONEYinTAR
t 1-2 laches.
2 frosn Jecksoarttle>l oo It* Clyd skip' I

---- --- _. Arspahoe April ar 1h. Gated for their [DIPlOMA Hit- [R OAllOn[ .l!{
<14.<.00

art 'oyster (uslers. summer river at HlegfcaMUxi home: oo lfc, N.. Y 14 s.qu.h..oa. == .. .


fit, :E. ('t e.t.. A Oar.-Derd Rd. Th. '"PalWATirE ,

K r ushto Tartl.. Oft. '"01&. IB a .ad a ei4..... To WE HAVE OTHBIta WRITE US.

lash aee-.s..s t.j1rls, w. Idwll.a'e 1 Clap reaedy.Th. .
P.Irs.r'. Hammock,
Ar Ua &lv.. A 4p WCMISM! U say &elne

foot from a. ae<4at," write TWo- TOLL!')! HON CY susxl TAA U tas
ao Col.mb. 0. CT. -w-ILLI..A.MS:
don &ho.l. of 11UJM4
> 'Y.11..r p*.k f e, IUfas. ..t.ca...w.
.. great a..h ItiysxsiatM ." ./oF4. ,
Baird Hardware Co. .... bot D..tJ.-y.. Ara1.a e.1.. gslel. Pv..r.4..IIy b!
t If I MaW It- ttiaos'.. awl .. Dells.Ira. .,.., t> .......,. OAa..... P. 0. 801 401. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 211 W. Bar SLI

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" ,{" ,: !;,:';" .,. -- k trued out
''I'"f; '; }" '" GAJrESVLLEI EAST FLORIDA SEMINARY. STATE COLLEGES.The ,4
1 Ctreuttats
', ,'
,\I t ,:" ; 4.
?,: ;'.':' "nt,it'h'! j "" AbsoluteIs
I
: C "n in article
The bill before the Legislature asking Tampa Tribune an
9. cr:::
,rj. !' "\ , .' !,, .K r, ic for 8tateild for the.East' Florida under the i heading "Don't Go Backward -
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..; lditmd December r.1.gc3.'.l aitae.mi" .XI*.'. Seminary-: this city. V. certainly a ," ..,..:
,,yr \' w eo.eoondbleee mutter, under Act of Coo- to learn that
wisely
svgs of M ire>,i,HOT., most deserving one and should be "The Tribune regrets:
I considered by our.State solons, as It there is a sentiment amongst the Legislators the best thing we have.to
: "
hbu.JIec1 Every''Monday"and Thursday Is a recognition of one of the most of the State favorable to cutting

!, at Gainesville, Florida carefully conducted Institutions of off the appropriations of most of offer intending depositors.CENTRALLY

,
.... learning the* State of Florida,which the State schools] concentrating all

A H. H. McCREARY.! Editor and Pobl'r.TxaMB is rapidly I advancing along] this line. money; and efforts in the University of

There are many points In favor of Florida, at Lake City, and the Florida

''t this school, which are apparent to all: State College, at Tallahassee."If LOCATED-EXCELLENTLY E UIPPED-COXSE!
> or SuBscBirnoirrTwtce
The ]location of Gainesville in the this were a compact State the ATIVELY MANA ED-WE OFFER CONVENIENCE, SATET ,

The .'a-W.eek Sow II a year; six healthiest portion. of Florida where size of Delaware or Rhode Island, the PROMPTNESS AND LIBERALITY TO ALL TilE PATRONS OF ,

u tnoaths,60o { tingle copies, 6c.APVXXTISIXO all are free from infectious diseases of proposition would have some merit in TillS BASK. t

RAniaI'.onla'TertllementllllS any nature; the pure water with it, but being the second largest State

cents a line which the city is supplied, and the I east of the- Misnissippi river with a

$' for:'lonal.lD.ertlon.the first and 10( cent for each add I- moral atmosphere. of the eity, which widely scattered population] as is the 1 If you want the conveniences of Modern Banking see

Is free from any resorts which have a casein Florida, the suggestion Is one :.
advertisements for three
Displayed tendency to allure our men and that will meet with the strong disapproval .
alx ;and 12 month at special rates. young us about opening an account with the

Prices. furnished upon application. women from the path of rectitude. of the people. Especially the #

Marriage and Death notice inserted Another notable feature is the high people of South Florida, who would be

t free. Obituaries 6 cents a line. educational qualification and moralIt.ndhlgol compelled, in case the Legislature]

4f tt the faculty of the Semi should take such action to send their BANK OF ALACHUA

,; Ova CLUBBING Ltl,.. nary. Each member is devoted to the children for higher education to the
,
The Son and the Thrice-a-Week work In band and the interest manifested extreme northern and western portions

(N.Y.Worldone'eae.l 66 .In the students and the moral of the State. This would be particularly ALACHUA FLORIDA.
The Bon and the Atlanta (Ga.) ,
Influence given forth cannot help but.roo.e hard on the young women of
iyt Weekly Constitution one 176 .
"' The Ban'and the Atlanta year(Ga.) the nobler ambitions of those this part of the State:! ,as the advocatesof - ,

t Seml-Weekl.Joamal one year.,,1 60 who are seeking knowledge at their the reactionary policy contemplate

r. ,The Sun ana the Semi-Weekly hands, and excite In them an effort to it is understood reserving the University The Oldest Whiskey House in GeorgiaEstablished

;- Times-Union one year...... 1 60 attain the hlKbesr gifts to be enjoyedby the leading college in the State,

h'$ '. a thorough and practical educa for males, and the State College, the 1881.
,
...We will not of
accept stamps a
femal
minor and more distant for
.''
larger denomination than 2 centi. tion.Other
; schools may be seeking the education. Both Columbia and Leon SRI OLD SIIARPE WILLIAMS

same noble ends, but the East Florida counties, where the two institutions Pure fine old rye. By the Ration. $3.04.
( ; If the weather\ Is favorable Russia Seminary we are familiar with hence located, are' bounded on the north by Four lull quarts $3.50.EXPRESS '

+ will celebrate. May day with a revolutlon. have no hesitancy (IIn singing the Georgia. One is weal of the Suwannee PREPAID

.
4 / praises aorlchl'delervu as an institution river and the other only a few milesto UEO. J. COLEMAN
-
of the education of
higher the
east
railroads Pure Pennsylvania Rye. Rich and
kf The hate picked out Vices
thoseseekingafter this end-a creditto "Way down upon the Suwannee mellow. By the Ration $2.75. Four
Preside Fairbanks for President In
Florida. river !" Why not be ]logical], cut off full quarts $300.EXPRESS.

l 1905.To. all the State colleges, and establishone : : PREPAID-

t' the Northern tourists In our GOOD MR. ELKINS. or two in Georgia or Alabama? _ _" = __ __ ANVIL RYE

midst t' Read the weather reports before Few people realise the tender sympathy :I "The people of South Florida are Pure substantial family whiskey. By

4 you pack your grip for home. the great Senator Elklns has for perfectly willing that the State; Collegeand the gallon; $250. Four full quarts
the University should receive a $2 90. EXPRESS PREPAID
; g the people. His conduct causes much -- .
]large appropriation, in proportion to i
The war'news of the week has
past alarm his friends, lest his CLIFFORD RYE
among ..
their and but not
age dignity, they are -- - -
not been sufficient to keep the numerous noble heart cease to best for suffering .C'OR--: By the gallon $225. Four full quarts
willing that the only two State-sup
OLD
KE"TVCK'
strategy boards at their desks. humanity A Washington correspondent $2.65. EXPRESS PREPAID
y ported institutions that they have, the Direct from bonded warehouse,' fine -

it The production peat fuel at Orlando "The Senate says i committee on interstate Bartuw Military Institute and the St. and old. By the gallon 300. OLD POINTER CLUB CORN
Petersburg Normal and Industrial Rich and mellow. By the gallon 250.
will be a new Industry for Florida commerce has gotten to work Four full quarts $3.25.EXPRESS .
School, all that South: Florida has or Four full quart. $29O.EXPRESS .
J It Is the greatest known and better and Is holding[ dally hearings on the PREPAID : PREPAID-
asks for, should be lopped off that
than hard coal.Ilojestvensky subject of railway rate legislation Asa
all that
Georgian Florida should have We handle all the brands and Bourbon Whiskies In
starter Senator Elkin., chair-nan of leading of Rye the mar
J there Is to be had." I ket and will from 26 6O Send for
save you to per cent on your purchases. price-
1this be ..
; rays the committee, invited nearly fifty -.. list and catalogue. Free upon application.
k treason, make the most of of It; but, railway men to appear before the committee - -- ---

;; as for me, give" me neutrality In preference and testify as to why the government The meeting. ; of the American soldiers THE ALTMAYER & FLATAU LIQUOR COMPANY

to hostility," should not attempt to fix: of 61-4A, the Blue and the Gray MACON, GA.. and BIRMINGHAM, ALA..

,, -.-- .--- railway rates. When the railroadmen to be held at Washington, D. C.. May .

'The apple without core will be anattraction hare concluded their testimony llth and 12th. will bring together the

'such others desire' will be survivors of the two greatest armies
at the Portland Oregon as may' atliberty

fair. It has no seeds, and the codling to testify To the unprejudiced that were overdrawn up In line of battle i

moth will not trouble It. observer it will appear as If the committee the armies of citizen! soldiers who
faced each other in one of the most
was more anxious to hear the WE

Atlanta will. have a May musical festiral. railway men than the opposition Of desperate struggles ever known to h's-' SELL
And the best of nil I. that these
tory.
r An auction sale of city lots was course the railway men who come to
bravo soldiers of the two contending.
5 . held In time for the leading baritone Washington will haw all their expenses
armies at this time as brothers
meet
to test his voice for the festival. paid by their companies and
.. in a united country, with all imaginarysectional Comfortable Buggy at
-- --- their salaries will go on just the .me. A
] lines obliterated, ready to
;i lion, J. P. Tallaferru has the heart while the shipper or other opponent stand shoulder to shoulder In defenseof Comfortable Price
of Florida with him In his Senatorial of the present system must come hereat
their common country. We are too
his often ]leaving his
duties. Such a popular recognition Is own expense
busy now and we hope too sensible to.
Indeed a compliment to man. business to suffer in the meantime.
.. _.any hold anything but a brotherly feelingfor
The of this and goodman
--- - .. guile great And allow to
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our friends of the :North and the you
,
The investigation going on most be Is enough to cause a nlls of derision this
Is manifesting
South day
: every
costing the beef trust some money, as on the countenance of any who .
feeling toward those who come into our
Use it while
know his methods. paying
it has made an assessment to meet midst to recuperate their failing ]

eipensea-raised the price of meat.
Y.; _. ._ health. _____
_-_---.n _-_ THEY ALL DO IT. -- for it.Installment.

Borne of the that favor .
papers got.ownership The United Slates Supreme: Court
The Lakeland News very sensiblyremarks
ernment of railroads are has delivered a knockout blow to the .s., "-
that "some are wastinga .
papers ,..
f kicking quite hard because the government labor unions. The court. In the case
lot of good space and working themselves
owns a print shop and does a of a New York law which limited the
to an degree of
unneecessary
up
little job printing.... -. - -- heal In an effort to prove that there Is working day of -mpof.] in bakeries
------ Plan.
to ten hours
and confectionery 4hops
but one section of Florida fit to live
The feudists In West and
Virginia has decided that no State has the rightto .
..' In-the one lu which they chance to
% Kentucky are getting the thing down limit on the
place an arbitrary
be & Ws discussion
published. think the
so flne that they can have a meeting those engaged in
uncharitable working' day of When its not convenient to '
unseemly, and detrimental
and do no more harm to each other thana healthful occupations. This la equivalent pay
of French duelists. to the 'Interests of the State
couple --..- . as a whole." to declaring unconstitutional in cash is a good thing. Investi-
-- --- the labor law which
advance eight-hour
The above would b all If The
t Good roads will have a tendency to right the labor unions hare been beseeching gate our terms.
News had there. Hut It
stopped continues -
harry up..the free rural mail delivery Congress to ana t.
y In this State. In some places the dltansee <. the article by asserting that
The News thinks "it I is published In .
generally allotted carrierscould
not tMt covered In time on account the heat part uf Florida," when anyone The proposed constitutional amendment I
r knows who has seen the State Introduced In the IIou! of Representatives
of the heavy roads.The .
... that there are many sections "fit to by Mr.. Bryan of WashIngton We Have Seventy-five .
-- -
live In." There Is no better Slat In is as follows "The manufacture
Industrial' developments' In th.
the Union than Florida, when are transportation and sale of alcoholle 7
Sooth for the tint half uf the current you floor to select from.
shall .b* Buggies on our
In search of a salubrious climate, and liquors ai a beverage ,
,i year will surpass all previous rwunh. the portions that may bto considered and hereby Is forever prohibited In the
is al.o. wonderful 01aDdu."I. We suit
There diversity can
you.
w not so KOOas others at present will !State of Florida"A
.. and the figures swelled
are i
IK all right when th. country is set ..;;.:.:..: __
and lumbor -
by the new fuel companies, -- ---- -
_.---. - .. tied and a thorough system uf drmln I canard was published lo a Berlin
-- - -- -
Several of our Hut exchanges speak age constructed I I paper stating that pirate had ran up 3ST G-

la highest terms of praise of the rv* ption y ttb. Potomac river and looted the
The news that Joseph Jefferson the United States treasury. Some of those E
Riven members of the Odd I'd.I i ,
3 "l>eanof' the American Stag," ha. i German fellows ought tocom A N YSPB.I
lows' order, at the meeting of the newspaper r
Grand Lodge In Gainesville last week., passed<< away will\ be read with rgr"t over and ... what an easy Job : J

They cart that the beauty of Gainesville by meu asI ..010.1III all parts of the that would be. :
country, and there. will b* many a ----- --
Is only n..tf14 by the hospitalIty -- --- -
tear among the tn.mbrs of his loved
la
of Ita people.The The bill In the. Senate prevent If ""I
profession. No player who has ever ,children under IS years of age from

..a before the American'. pubis was factories sad mine' ,
:. Repoblkans r,alU. that there is : working. In shops
so loved sad respected as was J,II.,.. i for sects 0.<<"" ...
i -- need of an Inoratd "".....but dtsJike with a s ver paalty W. R. THOMAS
son. Tbe .h....* admiration' of the
I II
alU labor.
th. Idea of Increasing U., lax on I. will put a. cheek oo ,
...,-10"" was attested ia th_ last
. beer tad wbltke*.owing to their ev rwatchful
oar of oar Intact iodastrls.. few years by the great audience' I A maD at Fort LaoderdaU tlalfnedh

,. a JUno a tariff advaae oo tit a..4 oot- which greeted tae. eminent actor'svery eo Uic..ke.B.... la two y.%r* alive Gainesville, Florida.

's' j' f *will be shared by tfca,. wa.4.. people vaa .4 appeaiaae age tI.a4.w., *v..his slier aeltag his lose ads I. i* good. afca** sad ray for ale.

and at the stars Was maiataia talr eootlBMtlac and .U votes Kai lost t..... 'h. poise for had there

e, 'devotion to the ..... of proteotc4a.k mush of lu .... powerful ,.... rae tram A3 to I1CO per *or*.


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1 l T8E (IAINE YILLE SUS: APBIIJ 27. t'U'!() ,,, ''fir

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of the G. A. R., both chapters of the BEAUTIfULVOMEN

Daughters of the Confed rat,' a battalion i TWO WHO ESCAPEI t

from East FloridaSemin.rythe'pupil

GOES! and faculty of the Gainesville SPRING CATARRH BY TAKING PRUNA.
: Graded and High School and the pupils -

a I of Miss Tebeau's school attendee I

,ns, II. D. C.andiParticipated. < this meeting, to say nothing of thereat I
I Fever is Robs One
number of olticens who came to Spring: Spring Catarrh--Nothing

II I hear the distinguished speaker and es-
I governor.In I of Strength Like Spring Catarrh. *tiA

FLEMING'S SPEECH the afternoon the ladies of Kirby;

Smith Chapter assembled at the bum Pe-ruyna Is the Finest Tonic
ressed a Large Audience at the of Mrs. J. F. McKinstry, Jr., East

art House on Matters Appropriateto Main street N. They proceeded tithe 1)I I '! For a Weary Woman.

the Occasion-Decoration of the cemetery where the graves o! all' : tl'ti.
and Mtwt n. in** t 1'I1I"'ra. mV.. i.HHh: street, Nw t.
both Confederates
soldiers
i Graves of Deceased Heroes. York City, drum! Ileconlar IaaghkrsofAmerican "
Unions were strewn with fragrant '
I;
1, I udopemtenoe, >"% rl tea t
, Confederate Memorial Day passed in flowers. The Veterans' graves In the .a\ '
> "Nine years of work, without a vacation wore
... a moat Interesting manner in Uaines not forgottenand .
Jewish were p
; cemetery
out 1 lost and felt
>
ny uorv''iis nyt(ra. my appoUU
i ville. While there was nothing!: of an Mesdames Hurkhim and Wer- I ; .', weak, uiui KXlutunuM nearly all the time.

." 'I' elatorate nature on the program, "t theim and Miss. Maud Graham tenderly "Peruua restored m* ro perfect health In fire

the lame time what went to constitute laid sweet flowers upon theigraven. weel.... It is the finest tons for a wary WOIfNUI -
l: the observance of the day wa done .0 th.it I Arrow of. I bully (Indo,... /*."-!*. Inca
I Silt C'ral''runa.
C (.: pleasantly and with such perfectn i i When the ceremonies were over At

:,. .,'.... \ that those who participated in and wit the cemetery the ladies returned to I* the m.Mt prompt and permanent car for s

nested the ceremonies were well latii the city, where they decorated with all cases of nervous prrMtrnttou ".u,,"' by avstemla
.,.' fled. fragrant flowers the Confederate catarrh known to the m<
r, The day opened cloudy, and about 1) monument, which occupies a promtnent "

#'I; o'clock a alight shower fell ; but this position in the court house i F ." \

was loon Off'r. and tended to be re- square. The monument had been previously I -
t freahloR laying the dun and making decorated in a most appropriate | ';" ,.'

the morning comfortable.The manner in the morning, but tin ',''I'Ii
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': first number on the program was ladies of Kirby Smith desired t.) add . :

,; .',. enacted by the member of J. J. Fin new laurels to the bravery and valor .", ititRk ., .

-, '. ley Chapter United Daughters of the< lof the Confederate soldier.To '."\ .. '

ear '., Confederacy. The ladies of this Chap George W, Moyer. a Confederate '

r.",.' 1er, with their friends, assembled at I : Veteran who is well known here. k..... "" ., ,(. ., b i ;'r "'1 :r< *.. .; .i 9

;.: the home of Mrs. W. B. Taylor, the belongs the credit of the excellent amt 't;'to.4 :-;i;, ..,, .... ''" .. .."

'" president and at 9 o'clock carriage* appropriate decoration of the monu- I MISS CSItLLE CAMPBtLL.I .

, .": conveyed them to the cemetery where I I ment. Mr. Moyers while a true .. 1T;

'. /. they decorated the grave of the departed i American Is also a true Confederate alas K:_trll<> Oatnplioll, list ti. Illtlh: street, Nahvtll -

i, heroes of both armies. The and will never forget: the cause which I .>, To mi., writes" ,

, t}>'\ ceremonies at the cemetery were" si in- he defended when he was nothing "/Vnrnjf helped me ,,'h almost cer).thing else \

J"";;'<' pie but Impressive and were entered I more than a mere lad In the hand.of IQII d. / was ,.unde... n from o. ere or", vtsa /
,1{ into with a heart full of love and re- the 11 ft'-.i led Confederate soldier not been able to take; II \aiatfon for three yean I
., and naturallymy n'n't's were all unstrung and I,
for both the Confederate and the which the of stone
spec surmounts pillar
wai! greatly in need of rest and funk 117 '
Union soldier.At he placed a Confederate flag-the genuine "I wont away for two month, tint illil not scent #
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11 :c'clock at the court house, article: and to show his ..Inc..rityand ] to get my strength t.a"k. although I was taking a 4"

Es-GoerDor Francis P. Fleming; of hi.. loyalty to hi. country, on i II prescription vhlch the tluc'Iur gave ale before 1

Jacksonville delivered the address ol' staff above this silent messenger: of the went away
the day under the auspices of Stonewall dead he suspended a United State "At the rvqtipct of my rHatlvra\ with whoa: I was
vUtllntt' I Ix-gan t" use IVrtina, and you cannutreallxu
Camp, U. C. V. The distinguished flag:-a beautiful, impressive and
how glad I.. ax w" hen within a week 1 fniiinlI
speaker was introduced by Majoi touching sentiment of the union o' I waslr.llug..emuch lid icr. Iii..tilu of a month I

John "'. Tench of the Veterans, who this country. Mr. Moyers wa. complimented wa fevllinr nil<>iullilly, ready and able lo lake up

In a few eloquent but impressive words by many including!; the Veterans my work attain."-K:"ii-ll". ._. ('aiii. )>lwll.. MISS B. INEZ SILVtRA. n
told what a true and tried soldier Col of both the Gray and the Blue, --- -- - - - - - v
sod. run dawn l condition which ."..mf'll. Pe-ru-na Contain No Narcatlc.
had hlmtelf to be in A Sprint Ionic.
Fleming proved this idea.
upon \i-ry llllloult/ I to o\ oereniiii. I .. '
.1 I Oincrrammwhy' runalaatnuudpafr
the "distressing days of the 6O*." Col The ladies of Kirby Smith Chapter Almost rvcryts.ly IMI|< 'a tonic In the u,. }
"I tried m-yeral! Fleming spoke for an hour to a crowded under the auspices of whom this b<*au. rpriiiKHoinolliiiin I"lir &.'i. tliti nerve., I #
did imtawin U gi l much 'tit-tier until I' .vntalns no oarontlo of any kind ta*
house, and his. remarks, which were tiful monument wa erected am uuler InvIItate the brain and clonnno thc! tN.! \liliiml. That I'.'rune will tlo thin I I. 10.- I
on the line of the Confederacy her: < many obligations to Mr. Moyer ..I"w.ut I wa Improving and I wa iixxl) any liith of time without acquit.Ing .
Soldiers and Her Cause, were warmly''' fcho. ha been diligently at work for } uiid all .lucU.I. ttliut" to rnnllnua living It. a dniK habit. l'''runa d<'4'. nut pro

and enthu.iatically received. the past week preparing a stone coping NV> have on lie thousand of letters ".M thend of two month my health ;I dues temporary rrulu. It 1* p.rinaneat .
Htonewall Camp U: C. V., members for the base of the monument This which U*Hfy tf: tJ". cnrntlvo and |m.- wa r"r.I.ncl I lonkttl. and felt muchM'lter II" IK ffnot. a 't
ren tiro value! of I'eruna In sera of I I It ha no bat effort: the system,
-. coping!: is in a running; square of one than I hal for ,rar., Your rrinrr.emenu'nd- upon
hundred feet Its enclosure will beset nt'r1"uu.lIC'prC'ii lon and run down ron- wly I I. well wurthjr of. | an.l gradually vllmlnatva catarrh by r*.
dltlona of the 'l.tftm.'e quote atypical soil I am phrasal to give It IIIln.-- inovliiK$ the cause uf catarrh, Th.r. are
flowers which will tend
in ,
fragrant:
.: easel .'rank1111.10... riiulllttnli i>r h"ni_ whrro .'.raD. b.. "
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How IsYourHeart the monument and ,
to beautify
Mr. Frank William/ *, rtt rtt !nith tre.t, Torn u..1 off and nit for twtnlyIhlntc seers.Much. .
ground New York City, meintirr First I'rwaliy- I'eruna never falls to p.C'n' / mold out tw lsmalbt.III'rnuearonteltied
In all, Gainesville ha no complaint! drug. uf ...
t.f>rl.n Church and Captain 1'aptiulioif spring catarrh nrn( r\t u. pru//-. any a II.
? to mike in the matter of properly observing I Club, wr1M.tNL.artspring' Iktn, It taken In time. .will nature, All r.or..puuJeU. held
Confederate. Memorial Day>> fur I I .utTII rid with tualarla .tr/rlly t.'unnJ.ntl..1. tr

05and! It will be a day long r..m..mbered --
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Is pulse weak, too slow
too fast, or does it skip a beat ? by those who witnessed thceremonies. I I I I of the nxtssurii The bill cannot now :

: Do you have shortness of _. ... LEGISLATIVE AND b* amended In' ,the o4..n.to: slid If any. NEWS FROM ALL

breath weak or hungry spells, POPULAR PEOPLE WED.W. I' changes are trade, thus mutt li.. don In

fainting.smothcring or choking SOCIAL FUNCTIONS the Hotter when' that body. ri.oe''ifi*. Itm : PARTS OF FLORIDA /

spells, palpitation, fluttering: A. Adams and Miss Margaret Mc : !Satiate bill a* p......J.

pains around the heart, in side Carroll Married Ysttsrday. lion J M( Rivets of Oalnr-vllt I. s I --

and shoulder ; or hurt when The home of Mr and Mrs, M. (I. That Are Attracting Attention at prctiilrirnt figure In Tallahassee oti ,*- Uric Happenings From VAUWUS

A lying on left side? McCarroll was the scene! of a happy the State Capital. rlou matters roiifircklng! with l 1.,1.- Section of State. "

If you have any of these marriage yesterday at noon, the contracting . lilies and judicial affair, ll.. I Is also -'" .-
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symptoms your heart is weak parties being W. A Adam of here In the interests of the protest.ant .
THE: MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS
CHARTER DILL
or diseased, and cannot get Rochelle and Mi.* Margaret the GAINESVILLE .. of North O.ln..UI. - gt, ,
better without assistance. charming daughter of Mr. and )1 rI. --- lion J It "Waikln of Mlcanopv I I.
Miles' Heart Cure Hon. J. M. Rivers a Prominent Flgur. I Transpiring .In "Th Land of ''...,..".. 'fI
Dr. M. (i. :\leC.rrolJ.The .1." hr representing the irule anal
strengthens weak hearts and ceremony was performed by Hon. J. D. Watkins at the Capital. Ih. lnlrst of lh. Ease: Florida H.nli(. I Thing "U.ild Down" lo Bull the t"

rarely ever fails to cure heart It., F. )!. Cralghill of Holy Trinity Miss Clm Hampton Cntrin in nary. Duty Hsde-llms of ln<*f lt to 1'

disease. Try >*. and ace how Episcopal Church In the lmpr.*.tv.* Honor of Mr. H. H. McCraary.Tallahai Tr *r. (I. not a very large lobby h.,., All Cls.*.

quickly you will find relief. ritual of that church. There were In fact nan to .|>...k. of, nnl..e ... i.vpt .
ryum rler !t .I.1 ('o"I.tI Th. Key Writ ltosr of Trade has
"About January fat tot. T took only the rlativ of the family and a some of lit* vniploy In the ('.pl I.

rued down atadually with woaknea STT.W wore* *ajwl. I wa dr*"loUby '*y. few Intimate friends present.At I II I I ***. April 24 -Th* Florida tol building who seem to h.'. .uf. fill m.rntwre. r

any family phrlcUn that tnr .c.** the conclusion of the ceremony Legislature I I.. now w.11 l| Into the third flUnt Amount of ].Uur. to tmlni "..uiy Klulmm.. will |.4u. hooch to pflh

117 raa bad boMlee peen.. My IDe n.i up&:UM to>r* dM.ana i*My.m- the party retired to the dining room I I week of Its IWXi" ..'..ioti, and with the <,,*.(." In rn.ll.r. UcltUlItpart etea debt un ih* wily .."....r/.

Barbs third'- and lanrar body than w.r.normal*wo4ln all to*, on and- where a sumptuous dinner was ..erred' ieption of the 11.i: .ot.' bill and Ih* from mor or (I... -tH.,at n.w.. I'nri In.lI. I. coming' Into promt ,

wat.r bad coll ctd round tnr heort.l after which the hppy* eoaplff boarded I I Crill pure food bill there has hn paper work Tli* Ul..t i i. a not t.ry ,..."". a* a .hI" i". point for p(o*>>
... l tJ\,.. month I bad to art '
at *
propped or .p In ti*>d to lleep from .rn
., .. .*.' Il I_*rt nt Cor for, HT and. bottle by tb4t of U....UrMU t, and other point. on a short wedding t ( .nlal and pnlitfeal *... Thi.Ii. *. Mhool book Mil. inirotju**..! by tbH A rottneilof In. Knight of aoiu ft....

had Uk.r them aU I wan ..ntlr.iirrrad. loor. .00t'7 &<<.1.11 "tio. .t llon or prr. otnr from lti. TMrly>H...ott4j 1)1.. Awe will b* iasllluleed, at Kit, Wsat, '
I f-l bttr than I hr tor '
; twenty T....... and I am .t.4. fa oo Th. groom U, a pro
f, .U, kind pbr of' work*cUn on lotd!mr m. *farm.that If 34,Itha4a't yUotwtlny business ataa of Ito<>hl!*, a,4 'qulle I probable that .11 this 1 U but tb. calm T.Ilahs.e..I.I waking. tip ,in a "..,'ial Or"Mio4 baa been brokee al l..h.o..

a.-a toe t>... MUM' Heart. CnrT popular' among Iho* who know him I :Mfor the storm for Ii I. *ar. the .(.*. way, ...., night there was a "rylarf I fill for ih. largst f rllll<.r fa.t 0" k 4
I would amt 1. b., CURP.h, r'F WUmor'""' *. K,.. Tb. bride I I. otj* *'f thsisie.wIiIe'i most i eia! m..sg. .>f Ih. (;'>vrnor scent th. but.al..s l said party in lh. |>.r. ,In the M Kilb,

M a.tOr.yMpssI.* Hart. Cwr. .. oW. ..y e".rml"llouO' ladies, sad has many dralnsgo "f the I:.hrglad. which I I. Ion* of tfc. l roa 110'.', glees! by Mr, 0,., ihr. .nc..J or.ng. .....
t. wK win ewarawt** i it
$ ,... teat bottle* will b** *.. If It fait frivnd. I now du., will tUr thing* some, :twat.a. esker (>.l hfUt 'la honor of 1.1.l hays a... Uitl4 ..., 'un 19ereeR
N wfI rune four -F' Congratulation are ntrd to tit* .. WIU Ilk* she *ali.Mday !>.... mother *n-4 .Ui..r, U,., and Mi4fiibt Ih* p4.| wlnUr .,

Miles Medical Ox. Slkhart. Ind kappy euapl. I ball bill, th* (',*.. Mil requiring pet.set >... flbe of she "nosh pleasant. of Tb. two beaks at M 4loa b".'.Osi* -M .

Mr. and Mrs. Adam. will make their ..*dMira.l mnufetorr lo prln tl>.. rnor Informal far..tU>... wan the solwfai sad wilt U kuisra'
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-- - -- - --- -- - future horn at fto,a>_ll*. on latl Ib. p-reoai g. of<< alcohol/ the K..tr dinner given at Iho L.4 h1 first 1 :ellonal fMak. :' 1
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+ J'O&U'1..OSt'alt --- voMiatn, tad a nmbr ofsimilar eump/ua.da ,
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prvparatiua )( CUm lUmpi. t7
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la tb*CVtmH Comrt. n cta .JwStotal. Cbwwlt. twpr n' Court I_**..* Ma.4.lI.. measure',, .U."le ..1_ arwt, Mr II. II I, feC'rry of tb.1a.*rlib. a..s D. Joti*. 01 Jtatbs.s1"; J
r Ate.lM. Co atr. KWrM* la Cfcarrv.f : lo till ..,. lI""d 1M .*." I..U"N l'
J. Ue-aia.4 is. L..k> Hood a... Or W.. IDI1oa. April 2LJrse apse" oratory TKo* (>'....l were $."...", and: Mr ton; "
... M. wtfo- rer.riu.et. uitaraar N. report a 5S44 0' ...U .
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of tb today
.........--. eon seed.. Hill Xi IUt 'e the lialB..vllU II. II )! <>..ry. if U, AIW' AppUyard it: ,, .
l' ......rsr br ....... .......... so 1k.. ssaa'.4 I ct.* lta *4lAt Uoa of the i chance bill tad U a.. a* she Honst of 'Ah Cily. A vr" W. K. J..brots I n. HorUJa HorlUuJloral, eo.M'r't: .>\j.oIf.;! .

......r..,....t.sea ed.n.......5,1544. ... .tr-" .. w..-....-l.wr.- mandate la tk. can& of Worts W .......t.r ..... .r tbo bvi of 'KID* .M .t r.'.'.... cad AiMr., Leal. Nr.a..by.hauliful will m..t I. jMk. .. vilU Mat t SO J2.; "'. ''( !' r "".
sy..y..wN. s'.wr..le..ae u. .iie DTrt WBA*. removal. from If.w Kvry trout grower sb.ai4br. be < "
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eat WMftla. ... .... war ee+.s. .. r cur for trial Third R..4iei<, cad may U* till'4 nyt ft.e,. .ad multl.eel.redEat.r I atlr.tts :::
York tb.chartC
WasmJscto on
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,MrtN. -t.t.- M NN. lame .,.Lew.ass ofot ..,.* tJt city limit o.. sn U la sea the olo, .*#! ..?>* being twS cad %.nll. _, I City Coei liu .'C.J1, 'It'
IIIIF. .dol.. ... ......... ..ae. .... t:' J 11 s.f tha .slug' sad ailowaaee. .. a ......* for IB. .........'' llalat ,
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Li-: ; ':. 'U THE (GAINESVILLE SUN: APRIL 27,. 1905 j

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: iosEPU: LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. mt.iiip '

JEFEflsoN Und ?

;. . . " H" -' "- '. .' ". ' ... "'.. '" :', ';., -. ,,':. "...':' ';.. :'; ....Ii".. of tneC. ro
: : ;. : :; ,, ,. :: .. ., : : ::' :; .. ..; :. "'.' ,;.: : ;: : I PETITION l TO BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Floridaday

: OF ALACHUA COUNTY. of Fe. vu t4..ee
f 'SUCCUMBS'.TODEAT(( pendingcomplainant"be,
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., We the undemlirned citizens, tax-parera
o .. PAQTORIrAt and res-Uttered!! voters of Alachua county. Fla.. tee for AnnieIndtviduUy
h :and livinir within the boundary below described and _,
hereby retltlon your honorable body ants wherein w
Famous to call an election for tbe Newberry Special the payment of a eel_
Actor Has Passed To District I which embraces Sections 3. 4. 5.tl, 7. H. In mentioned for ten
t .a 9. '0. IS. .", t 1. 1H. '9. 20. 21. 23. 27. 214.211 and 3t'. the said decree aDO.
The Great Township!! 10. Range 17 Kant and Sections I, 13. special master. in sat
Beyond. For Infants and Children 13. 21 and 2... Township 19. Kunire 14 .::ast. said to lieU the lands and taken
election to annex to the above described district eree specified therefot cI
F wiAT! r w'Ts p the following described territory to-wlt: made In tbe payment of tits i e r

INTERMENT AT BUZZARD'S Sections I:1: It,. ,/1. l Itl. 11. in. '19. *-I, 21. 23. 23, 24. for tbe space of time therein m?
t, . BAY t The Kind You Have as. :!Ii. 27 2S. 2\j 30. 31. 33. 3.J. 34. :t... 36. Township E. Baker special master asafc
I : y 9. Kanire 17 East and Section :ItS ln Township 9. for sale and will aell before tl t\
( His Condition u Range It East and Sections I. 2. 11. '2. and door In Gainesville. Alachua coo
'. Was Thought to Be Improving . north half of Sections 13 and 14 In Township on Monday tbe tat' dar of May, A, 1
i ) f 10. Kanire 17 East. tween tbe legal hours\ of sale to the _
When. the Change Came Sud Always Bought John o. Wblte Dr. J. F. Ruff and beat bUder tb reror. for cash the 1
= A. C. Held H N. Smith lOll described real estate. sltu.ted.lyln 1
dr.nl- 'H. Was Beloved by All thePeople. Alegctable PreparationCor T. M. Klneal.'l'lm Hailey being In tbe county of Alacbua and the :tta:

fr similating the Food andReduIa- Arch Avrlett Thomas McLeod of Florida, towlt: ww
., K. T. Henderson Oscar O. Caraway Uetrlnolntf at the Northwest corner of tbe
1' S I a s Bears theSignature i W. Chapman J., C. Williams Southeast quarter of Section Twent.r-foui
I. F. Lamb W. N. i Smith ((2O. Township Nine ((9). South of RanireTwentytwo
West Palm Beach, Fla., An HI 26.t ..- ini N. J. Marry K. SappII. (K) East: tbence South 274 feet to b

; Joseph ''jeffernon died at his home, Is. Kincald M S. Lanier .take: thence east eighty (HU) rods to a ..take
q Lute Howell e. O. UutbcoxV. : thence North 274 feet to the baU-aectlon line
= : :
"t'he' Reefn, at Palm Teach, Fla., at -- :. li. Howell \V H. smith thence went!! along said section line eighty (fly

6:15 o'clock Sunday. The end came Promotes Digcslion.Clwcrfur- 1' S. Fortson J. H. Kirby rods to the place of beidrnlnir. containing ten
J. C Foitson A F. HuntT. acres more or less. W. E. BAKER:
after a day of unconHClousncss and nessandRest.Containsneither W. Harrod C. \". McQueenT. As Special Master Chancery

r after heroic which >lii\eral. Of B. Kirby J. F. NipperU.
& struggle of days Oplum.Morpltine nor O. Roland A. I'. Kobluson .
"' had exhausted his vltallt).. At bbs I fOTNAItCOTIC.JJJwpu0 H. Studsiill li. W Stroble SHERIFF'S SALE.:

'deathbed were his wIre, his sons Chas ... J.rk T.R. Swlndel Duncan S S. G A. Klnsev Wynne Under and by virtue\ of an execution 1 beiued
out of the Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial Circuit
t, 13.., and Frank Jefferson ; his nurse Newberry. }'la., April 3. l 191'' of Florida, for Alacbua county in a null

Miss Mabel lJh1( ham ; Dr. It. H. )Potter 51Mtrtl'mlJEH -- on tbe Chancery side of said court wherein
/\nfjtat font" NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX Mary U. White et. al. Is Plaintiff and Nora S.RolUn. .
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and his faithful old servant, Karl Kefc .Ira. Pawn et. al. Is defendant undirected to all
tier N..id4.fd.- .' DEED! UNDER: SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER and every the sheriff or tbe Slate of Florida.

J ...ir..fN J h 4W8, LAWS OF FLORIDA I. L.V.. Feonell. sheriff! of Alachua county.
The end ,waa not a surprise to his / ,,,, Florida have levied upon and will cell, before
t Notice l.s hereby given
that Wade
& Hell
7u7: ... the court house door. on Monday, the tilt day
< .r-.l. ... purchasers Tax Certificate No itsb1a\'.dated of May. A. 1>. H J6. me same being legal sale
Inking --. tbe 3d day of July. A. U. I WI. have tiled said day between the legal hours i>f sale to tbe
.... certificates In my once und have made appllca. highest and beet bidder therefor for cash tbe
Thursday morning, and which was followed !- .r Use tlon for tax deed to Issue In acooidunce with following described real estate. lylmr and be-
law. Said certificates embrace the followingdescribed lOll In Alucbuu county "Florida to wit:
(a by an apparent Improvement un Sour / forC'on.coUpa. property situated In Alachuit county. txns. |. :2. 3.I and 11. containing seven acres
Hon. Stomach, Diarrhoea Florida, tow It: each as shown by map recorded on public
NwW of Sw>4 and Ne'4 of SwU Section 14, record of Alachua. county. Florida. In Plat
f \\rJ1\ConvuJ ion'3tcwrj: rvnessnruILfSHfF Tp. 10. K. 1 15. Wok "A." Pane Wt) made by A W. Taylor C.
SLEEP For OverThirty The said I land being assessed at tbe date or E.: together with all and singular the tenements -
the Issuance of such certificates In the name hereditaments and appurtenance to
1 of John Frlel und Unknown.
the same cluiKlntf In
or anywise appertain
r,. Facsimile SiQnniurt or Unless said certificates shall be redeemed uc ing.

r f' + ', cording to law. tax deed will Issue thereon on :Said: property levied upon and to be sold as
the 1st day of May. A. U. linKS.Witness .
the property of Mary U. WhIte. Nora S. Rol-
Years
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my omclal signature. and seal this lltm. John Crubaiu.; William M. Uraham and
NF1 YOIIIC. the 21:
S. 11. WIKNiiES. .ult, together with ucb: other costs as may
I'd Clerk Circuit Court Alacbua Co.. Fla. have accrued therein together with the sum

of lfcm: nt und for attorneys' Inualdcause..
a NOTICE OF APPLICATION: ,FOR TAX I to satisfy said execution.
I L. R. n:SNF.Lr..
awa'1't CASTO RIA DEED; UNDER SECTION H OF CHAPTER: ; Sheriff of Alacbua County Florida

t 4KHH. LAWS OF. FLORIDA. II. A. Til HASH UK. CoaiplT Sul?.

EXACT COPY Of -
., WRAPPER. Notice Is hereby given that II. P Hal. ---
purchaser of Tax CertlUcute N... : dated the 3d day of July A. U.11..,. ha'
.. TMS .t rr_ *.KM rr. ....Nay wrv sled said certificate In my nltice. and ha. .. V. S. Land Office at Oalnrsvlllr. Fla-.

t I . "' .-. '_ ....... __.....: ... "'" ... -: .. made application for tax deed to Issue In accordance March I. MM.
with law. Said certificate embrace Notice l.s hereby given that. In compliancewith
the following described property, situated In the provisions of the Act of Congress of
/ Alachua county. Florida, tow It: June ::1. l I..j". entitled "An Act for the sale of
Se'4' of SeU' of l'iet! of Se*. Section 17, Tp. tin.betland. In the States of California. Ore-
U.H. I\(. gun Nevada. and Washington Territory" as
'i4)7 The sued land being assessed ut the date of extended to all the public land State by Act
Gainesville and Machine Works. the Issuance of such certificate. In the name of August. ime. James W.Douglass of lirrulr.
; ; Foundry of U. E Davis.Unless county of Lafayette. State of Florida baa
I said certificate shall be. redeemed this clay file In this ofllce hUHwiiro statement
.
,,
according to law, tax deed will Issue thereonon No. 1.11.! for the purchase of the Lot Sot Sec
JOEEPH JEFFER3ON. --- the >d day of May A. U. .IMA. Lion No. I In Township No 7 S.. Range No. 13
Witness my official sUrno.turn and seal this K.. and will offer proof to show that tbe land
til Friday, (ho family has begirt waiting Iron and Brass CattlngS Locomotive and Machinery repairs. 'Ve guarantee the :21.tb day of !March A. U IW"V sought is more valuable for It* timber or atone
i.! II. WICNC1KS. than for agricultural' purixw.es. and to estab
for the end. Mr. JofftMnon's condition IK! Clerk Clruult Court Aluchua Co. "'11. lish hU claim to .said land before Register and
Rood work and prompt delivery at iea.onable! prices. Located in Keeelve.' at tialnesvlUe Florida, on Monday
Saturday) night steadily ----- -- .
grew
th" "'h t I.i*mf tLl .v I1MWLHe

..c worse and the family, who had retired! << Mouth Gainesville on 8. A. L. and O. A (I. Railroad. NOTICE OF APPLICATION 'FOR TAX --- .m'-; "-witnesses- ';;:;: : C. C. Usthcoz of

_ DEED UNDER SECTION OF CHAPTER Hatch !liend. Flu., C. A. Howell of Hatch
j v/vrv summoned from their beds, and unn 4HW. LAWS OF FLORIDA. llend. Ha.. K.: I IX IV l'F Ur Potter was called. The patient's Cribbsof trady. )0 III.
Notice Is hereby given that (.' C. Itounlree.purchaser Any and all ersons claiming adversely the
,, condition continued to grow worse all half of Tax Ccrilleate No. lOlrt. above-dexcrlbed land are reunited to ale

M through the day and the brief Itullet- ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY dated the 4th day of Nov. A D. 1"-'. has died their claims' In this office on or before paid Mb
ecUo.tttnoalrfumy om"... and qua ma ( L ins from the *dHldo contained no for tax deed to 1..1IeIn accordance pd W. CJ. RODINSORegister..
with law, Said certlnuate
embraces+ the lot
wore of rnroursaviuent, The slckoesn. -
,
lowing dewrli.ed l>roi-erty situated Alachua
:
(I.D.oorporatec11 Florida, towlt }'ORZ:CLOSURE OF MORTCAtlK..
4 of Mr. Jefferson, which ended In hU county. :
e" Of .Wt. scu. SI. Tp. a. )t. 4.. 'n the (lrcullCourt. FJuhth Judicial
death was contracted. It Is believed: E. E. VOYLE. MGR. The unlit( land being asNcssed Mt the date of Alachua County, Florida In Chancery Circuit.
whllo the "Uxuance of aucb certificate in tbe name of Andrew J. Jolly
on a recent visit to hla mm, vs. John S. Alker and Jar
tbstraota of Title and fall information furnished regarding lands In this James Jones retS. $mlth.reel..llre. MortiraireOr-
Charles II. Jt'rr"uun, at Hobo sound, Unless said certificate shall. be redeemed according derof I'ubllcailoo.
county. Our manager has lived In this county thirty years audIs to I..w. tax deed ...I1I..ue thereon on
a few miles ilntvu palm Iteach, where thoroughly conversant with land '1&1". the lib day of Mar, A. U IMft.Witness It appearing by affidavit appended' to the
ft be went to meet his friend former my official signature and seal this hUIII.t: In the above!' stated cause that Johns.
the tat day of April. A. D. U" ."A. Alker and Uarret S. Smith the defendant
rrerident) CJvH hlnd. S 11. WIKVUKS.sl therein named are non-resldentx i>t the State,
E. E VOyLE : | Clerk Circuit Court Alachua Co.. .1.., of Florida. whone resiliences are unknown.
. and that they are over the ace of twenty-o.e
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Funeral Arrangtmsnts Not Ma .. yearn: It !. therefore ordered bat sold. nonresident -
FIRE: ACCIDENT, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE. Rspr.- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX defendants he and they are hereby

t Cleveland, April 25.: -William WIn.t..r sensing a number of prominent American and English eompa le.. DEED UNDER SECTION OF CHAITKR4HM4 : Bled required In said to cause appear on to or the before litu of Monday Complaint

Jeffemon, a non of the actor, heardof REAL ESTATE AND OITY LOANS.C911 LAWS OF FLORIDA alb day of June. A. D. IMA. otberwise, the the

thft death of his father while pans' Ge.-I-n e"'V"iJ..1 F"lorl.dR Notice U hereby given that Nathan. Rawln. allegations. of said blU will be taken aa con-
teased by said defendants.It .
Inn through this city last night iin . .. .. -..- -. --- -...,..--.--- ------ da'eotbe purchaser. of 7th Tax day of Certificate No.. 'im>. la further ordered that this order be pub
'- --- "' - '" - -- -- ----- July. A. I) I an.\ .
>vite to lwllt baa made application for UalnemvUIe Sun. a newspaper published
tax deed to Issue laaocontanoe
all engagements for his theatrical with law. Saul certificate In the said county and State.
*' .s the foltowlnr ".....rtbe J emhrao I This March "'th. '>U'a.
companies and will leave the stage < property situated
In Alacbua. county. KlorVla. towlt. S. H. W ENU S. Clerk Circuit Court.
indefinitely.: Hi said that be .. .mildhU'l't. N... of Sw*<< Sec. ... Tt>. 11. It. I is A true' copy of orljrinaL I i
(li!>eall)
s. H.
his brother .a.- The said land being awrw.ed at the date of WIENG.S Clerk. ;
In Toledo and
today J. M.
VKUS. Sol.. .
\ the Isliuano0 of such. ertltfMttte.. . .. In the. ft..r. ComplX V ''..
OY - - -
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then RO; on to New York for the funeral % / \\ ** Ja*. 11 COW aLe. .:
y'' Unless sabl certificate Khali be redeemed a<.- PETITION FOR ELECTION.
of his
' father arrangement for cording to law, tax deed will flue thereon on
''f which, he ..1". hail nut .been coat the pith' day of Mar. A, U I"' '''. To the Honorable Hoard of Pubtlo lost ruction
t Wltnewtmy offlolal altfnalure .r.) seal) this of Alacbua County Florida:
pletcd. -4_ the It'l l day of April. A. l). Isle We tbe und.r.iIl'Dt'd lath"cyen and voters
--- ;_; : S. II. WIEN11KS.isl : re..tdin --- __ i i - Clerk Circuit Court Alacbua Co.. Fl* All of S9CllorMS4.UaDdao.Towiw.hlpT.Kaar. .
) Body Sent to Butiard's Bay .. '1ft Fast: also %u of set-uoiw. i..I.a.: 4. .. ra. n
lltuiMrit'a and 'It. Towtohlo Ran... l& kcal: alao all of ,
.Mui
Hay. i-
> > AIM.I .: NOTICK OF
Y"r APPLICATION: FOR TAX Section Is. 91. 31. JH. 3U.' t). 21. ;tt: and a.1'owa'
It WHS learned tiulny ut ('IU"""''. :-.ot'.t. IIKKU] i.'NDtu sEcmos: r OF CHAPTER ship.. Kanx Ht Kast: also all of Township n.
__ Range l.% >:...t, except eetl..... ft, tie. }
the! hontt of J"at't1h Ji-tTrrnoii, that tluiKHly 4-sw, LAWS OF FIXHUDANotice :U. do most r...i.ectfully etltlon your honors.| IOnd

) of the a<<"t t actor would,, not bet ti hereby given that C W Stephens.purchaser We- bod0 call an election to determinewhether
of Tax: Certulcate N.JI\. dated the abase described
brought dlrcll here Rust !'lIlm the ant day of July A D. 1'.i| h&s nledsakt become a :special. Tas School *territory t.r"'I. for khan the
certificate. In my om... ant baa. made at'IdWalkn purpuo* of tevyliLir
and
I leach Arranl'utents' hats h.',- IIlIhl"l eoUeeUor a district
for .
.AND OTHERS lat deed to.rue IB acconan*e ..0.1.si.for the exclusive use of public free
to &place tbe. ei->ki'l m it rect'lttnA with" Uw Sato certificate cinr>r.eea the foltoringd..Sribert Mhoots within lhi.df.lrlet. Kes|>e.ifuUy mtbultted. -
prmrty s'litatcd, In .\'."blla .
vault at llo+toii tiuiil ut. h a tlint* a* county Fioridatacit. .
Sw 4 of Nw k S.e. 2. T> A. K l_ K. .rJ-.C'.U 1'11..18.". L Thomas. J ILTbomaa.
uicmbt rll of the fj-mUy. 'w hi> ar' ccntered ;- WITHOUT HESITANCY Pu... J. A T1uria. .
r Th. acid la.\l beta ._..eil at tbe date of .J H. !.&..... U. K. I
afar tho roMtitry mid 'hi tntl. the Usuaoce or aoShecrtlfCate in .be ..a..eor Slaughter Charles Fletcaer,
Mrs Martha llodarvls, Note Tbe abnve petition will be presented
w ran como to'. ;ih" r. The IKHthru! ludorte I'nlcss pat certlneale sna'.l: he redremed< to tb. l4ard or l\ii>tlc Irwuuetloit of AieeheaCocaty Ton -

lg will( b brought here an.l burttt in thvicemetrr cordifvii to .Uw. tat deed wui Usue tbereon on ._ Tuevlay M, .y 9nd.NOTICK ,I'aa.
the Ililtof May - .
A. It. l' *> -
; ,JIa\'hl. ) $audalt-h Mark ITItneo mv omclal Maal>ire and aeai. tbis OK APPLICATION: FUR
TAX
. _.. Rogers Whiskey the ,th lat uf1..11.. A II I I'*
---- - ureu rsnwt SECTION w CIIAITCU
:!to II WIKMiKSsl
.
Father Kills HI* S...". | <':.rk ('f,,'ull (..."'., .M.chua Co .,.. .-. LAWS! 0. "IAHUU

the limit of verfection In dUlilllnK.! K'h' mellow and Notice to hereby I't..a
aa |
that
4 ,,: Mont."nu'r, .\..... Aitrti ::i --W M NOTICE, n.H<< Pl'HLICATIONl.ndO1t.e.leialn..l.r: Heart. C Mania.
'tmvoih, it .*. thr palates of many tt er Will plea.e purchaser of Tax l .rU9v al. N, 4k.. dated

t Sheets<< 4S years *ra<.'. ht" and k ; 'd yours at first ""I>**"""*"! which' w.. 'insrte jou to take Fi* certificate the Tia day IP of my July a Bce.A and tx ku tat. a.- ajed shy 4s
made
Ills eon Claude $hf'f't... 1I0'.r the >-..ty6unday. April KV has u.,. for ti deed to awe In aceontaac at4>tc with"
Sole U hereby riven that the fndctwln Uw Maid renlftcale ;
1 The young man war ,.
f of 'a gang of laborer in which ht,. I Ocala House Wine Rooms Ocala Pla. wake. fol proof .in _r|>...I of his eLa a. sad. I t> FiurMa. kiwis AiarOM eou.-

that amid peuuf will he made hefor R.wt.le' 5514! !se1.* of NW See. n T>. lf. s n.a..
,
Th
worked. old
father > man was oral, Kecei.. .er .1 Ua.ae.vdIt./ &.. CHI May I*.1 tS Ka.t- *' acre%
",
dtachargrd and bl..m.-d!. the Kn Tlic ...eaweear ,, athlvaa Toe Mki land beta a-Mewed. at the dat.of (
I A. xrws of :NewberrtHJ eta the twaa.ee, ref> .w.1 ....U1At!... a. tae sam.wf
a toy went home undA". being ah a. I J r ..r..1h
XMfl foe tbe VTH of ..' W'i ..t S.V i t ..
to do so SaturdAY night sad '.r-' Se 4.1p W1.a. MK -- *tot errtiaeatr.aaa ... red.e.mad rt- i
.dr'44e4" to... .
tax 4eeri mill ._ tb.reus
words with his father, who! abo! h-i: I 'He sam. ... the fv lo.tntf wltaesoe t>> true tae pu. day of Mar A I U !*& oe a;
a t-mitsusisM reoMeitce .!..>. and eu.t:. row tt'nse.a w. oQtelal .tn.azure
r dsad! In too )'.r..t. i I PATENTS I" ,. .W .*..s. i U 'M day 04 Apr A It M* sad a.a1115. i

s J ffi W Italiet I. T "a. _,.. VT ( iwaatr !'o H W U'UDe.
1 Wlfs's at.ve. I I" am :>aa.>e>. a: ot >.w *m Ft c.....Ia t'1eatt C..." A't'. /L
Ends Lift en
I l.t IVrW !S-CiVfeitt }
(;
t 1st Yf U. KOIUXM. iterk .
ter
.' Baltimore. April :&.-Mrs. \ViVachaus -. I .-... a- Pit .CTU.*(!> - - .
....-............. --.... -- AOMixisTiMTiux )' .
, \ dU>l In this city two s.-, visa cwt.,. ..r.. .t I-w _w :SHTI('F ftoncK.Heir
sold l.ls >I. SIll wnmtJIFORCE S.- _" w O.s .-r Mm'pa.waalalwy ,! T. ts.. *. Lor ._, 1'tootr1..w. asd ,
out
1 ajo. Her husband f 1 .arr ._.b.i.l art 1 A :__ LdretW w th e late K .....,- ( r.....-. 1)( to. K...,. .. Arrtt/he4 i
? ness and returned, to llohentis, hi(* t ..fA r..r .-.r. a1.w a or aws.. LW rr.V.WrR legatee* .tfl( *'." sad 11--. ..r sad h> A i. Perajrr, ....... That
1't"t I ?.s..s -..- ......- .a..a. I r tsar f efata. lartwr ....._ ow ......Iad.. Notser> Mar i( -.ra
. 1Ive land, H# came l *ck to Nw'-: Ik'(.' \\l ttt they arc the best .- .s aO.TrirMyw ...a4P .a.drL NaM.tis..lai..e a.. I" (4IIN-.r...._awd.arr Tug .a lane oUe. teal .4a lelttr at...

,tPTC'rsl days ajco and sent his trt', 1 0* ..". u.. .. ...... 0M0ee.wA..a'TO. trret-r aw_.4 Idp aeal tkessa a. tar a. u.e ..,.. Klaeatluw cf ta" _.Ie!'. ,. M .......

:_. o a friend' In this city >Vach"u'* in the laud for the money .. O O.D d"s'atd s., tow wtl..,... s..1 J:1JI\Ie w.M.i .is S n r.IIVOVLK.. r.lr.Uia.. wtl: o.t pr.-.t lay -.r_ u.. Nam Areb'aa5 H. .... -Irai.:<
A4m al atut of tk* .-,. .T !' ,,. .o.wtr ad*. .a sad tat Ala..aa
tb ,
off the train In rs t' rwwarlty .tas.
lmulf cot A k dealer for the 4..va
> you 11.4 ell ihwtta mr __... ---to&raarta
r, \ it>s near Oak Hill e# *try end w"+ SWIFTS ...a &a.a.I r....-.. sad w5t .. .... tleew _
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' 4' 'A' ; vto his wife's! ,ra Y.. where h. .ho, Sunny Jim" Shoe and in- r. .aal..a..rc."L
UALKA: WTtee S..LL.. .
bpnsetf tu the tear i.a dying lUlU *r list:; on getting\ Advertise in The SUD A""... ....,.. ta., *taM tI< Arelfbea
at....., M. ht..a e
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,, ?GAINESVILLE SUN: APRIL 27, 1)05!) 7 '

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hl'ld1&, 1st. State Superintendent : .
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i ., Holloway II presentdiplomas.

A fine grad of nil has been struck
R I
Ot11DAET' j at Orange; IIi II. Washington county, at
t :: a depth of 125: feet. Drilling will continoe .

t k : in the hope of getting a gather
.
From Various
I Harry Hopkins, baggageman on the
of State.IMPORTANT ': Eat Coast Railway is the third one a'4-
I to b<> arrested on the charge of pilfering : .t dE: X II 2Zzitk'!
;
EVENTS baggage on transit. Hearing: May 1

7th.The I
ng; In "The Land of Flowers"gs business men and capitalists of :
? Tampa hare organized a life insurance A man' mark iq hi* nonor. It stands for him and
"Boiled Down" to Suit the be stand for it. It. the old
company capitalized at $500,000, Saxon way of signifying
sy Reader-Items of Interest to all paid In. and will apply for a char* good intentions.

All Classes. ter.J.. The right to be protected in the exclusive: use of a .

Wanchula will have an auction tale J. Ciriawell a Tampa man, committed trade mark has been long recoRmred: by the common a
of town lots on May 1st. suicide at the Lindell HO I'I.) law and enforced by the chancery courts of Englandand
St. Louis Mo., by taking narbolio acid this country.
Lakeland has a population of 2,574, ,
III health and financial affairs the ,
a gain of 1,374 in t five I
years. The
Government it mark
cause. puts on a bond to give it
Jupiter will have a wireless telegraph value.
James G. Jones United States commissioner
station coating Jo,000.
and deputy clerk of the The National Biscuit Company puts its trade mark;
The rains in Lee
I recent heavy United States court at Key \Vcst.died In red and white on each end of n package of biscuit,
county have benefited crops and filled ;in that city on Sunday. He was M/ crackers and wafers to distinguish these products and
cisterns
years old. to guarantee the quality and it & s.
An electric from Euttis to a
railway The Columbia county enurt eon
To more clearly comprehend the real value of this
Tavarea is being agitated/ and it maybe vened on Monday at Lake City and it
'built in short time. I trade mark,trypackapes BUTTliR ' BISCUIT
a will be the last term of Hon. L. K ,
and LKMON: SNAPS. ,
The Sanford celery growers are said Roberson, who has served twelve yearsas i
to have cleared upwards of $10,000 this county prosecutor with credit to I i

season and the end is not in liRbt. himself and the county. I

schooners are now busy running Rudolph Franck an old resident of NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
from Miami to :Nassau. A few Iced DeLand. was accidentally shot while

schooners are also beiii: unloaded at going through bars at his orange grove,

Miami. the !gun ho was carrying being discharged
domestic and the contents entering his
Opium joints are causing some
infelicity in Tampa. One man side. He died instantly. Its

found his wife under the influence anda ( Jo h H. Morgan, the negro who was

row followed.The confined in the l uval county jail on

rum of $4,500 hag been. subscribed the charge of drowning Will Evans

fur the building of a hard road while *n route from St Augustine to 1'k

from Ocala to Dunnellon, the total Jacksonville, has been released by the

cost to be $7,000. St. Johns county authorities

The plans for a new court house for J. II Mumford a resident of Jacksonville

PuuameountJ Are on exhibition at I'a- wan arrested for being drunk

]latka. :Now the plans. to raise the and disorderly. When locked up he Xy'

money are in order.A had a slash on the wide of the head
but it not pronounced serious by $
of was
tribe of the Improved 0e.r j I
the Later the man's
jail physician.
Red Men bus been organized; at Fort
)lifeless} body was found in a cell. He I'I .r t ;M.
Myers. The new tribe is named Ca-
loosahatchee :No. 31. had bled to death A BIRTH IN ENGLAND.A i

Ily the slipping of a belt In tlia J*,* -- ; l.
St. Petersburg will issue bonds for I l. ; -p ,.'n.
.
Manufacturing Company' sawmill Daughter' Has Come to the Home of
$50,000, to be used for needed) improve per Mrs. Howard Tempi. ft- J I. ill .-.of! .'
serious accident 1
Saturday a
on
ments. St. I'eifnburg i il bound to lead "
happened. A colored boy 15 yearn old i Mr.. II. .E'. I>utti>n ha. )u.t. re<>eiv.(1| '( ji -i'iIJ .'
the writ coast in progress! ...
was instantly killed and Engineer MeTlieney the Information that n iltugliter: has .
Achias Has of near Kiriimmec ha.purchased *
had his right arm torn oft at I come tu the home nf :Mr llnwaril r
the estate of Tom :Sila: .
: COli-I the t'lhnlie received other injuries Temple at C-imelot, Mo..ley Hill, near
sisting of .:{(M) acres of land cattle, Y
and may not recoverRaal Liverpool l iJug.:,
$17,500 for the fame.
paying :\1 r.1'etnpl" i* well Li'itwn here, having
The 16th annual, commencement of Estate Deals. visited the city fin many ocotioniiIn .

Bummeilin Institute, IImow. will he Among the important real rtat. he Interests of tli.' l)>ilt'>n 1'lnm.

._ __ _n. deals of the past two or three days Is I I phati Company, He i IA fnrnrlin, with p ; : !

. CIIARUCSC. SMITH: a lot on West Main street N., immediately I All thorn whoa IlIu" had the 1,1.r., of j4
north of the McCook home, hi. acquaintance and all eilemt to him'
; I'alatka, Fla.SPECIAL which was sold to J. K: Well. Mr. their coiiKratiilatloii Mr Temple #:k sr '

Wells, who hu for: the pant{ few years has tumid ila'ighler) I.ni'llle si heay i
IMIICK: LIST. '
ben living on North Garden start 'If'i rememb. hearing tl... """
Hunter Rye XX$1 50 ( neat and ; (;taine.ville, and rorKiilern 11'1'
) to erect a
No. 3 $ In a
XXXX.. . . . . . . . . . . :2 10 propose
Gold Medal. . . . . . . . 3 CO modern, cottage at one, and will soon :, ical I Snutliern name, ilie South be'nit( a
Old Baker . . . . . . . . . 3 60 be residing with his family there. 1 country hU well pleated! wnti
Royal ral . . . . . . . . 4 6O Messrs. T. B, :Stringfellow and C. .t..1
Lewis ') . . . . . . . . . . .. b WJ have at Millarl
Cotalough purchased
Corn Whiskey . . . . 1 &) to 8 00 CASTORIAFor I .. IhrSPAN
Gin . . . . . . . . . 1 60 to 400 Station southwest of GaiiiMvllIt"' a I
Case Goods at lowtfct prices. Extra one-acre lot upon which they proposeto I Infants and Children. I SCI: ICI3STOIII.: .
charge for Jugs: !Vgal., 10),' i '-gal, erect a packinghouseHoth
15o 2-gsL, 25c, Ve will allow price sales were executed by T The Kind You Hare Always Bought
charged; for Jugs returned to us. Kill a. agent for U I'. Van Ness 11'1' Thi-. .J it' k i i-l )Muck with nu-uly lointu: StnndHl. ,

H I-i- Goods boxed If desired d-15-wtlmIi W. U. Fairbanks, respectively D..... theBltnatvr. // I l.:. llMlltlrt high.,, HlX VOiiiH'+ t'lld.; \Vlll WflgllI )

------.- ---- --- --- ------ -- ------..-.. -. .. -- of I 1,41110) prMiiuls. lit will iiuiku tho 4.UHHl at
t f

r I Wi'o'-' :. to Dunn.llonCarter I Crawford & Davis' Stables '

J;1 'I" A .\flf'*",,n. who hav been. k

f conducting a gr'*-.ry In the IMward< Terms; SIO season or S15 to insure foal.
; bWk, corner Kast: L'olon{ and East:
i Men ... .--01;;
Main. street !i. fur lh* patl fw - -

months, have decided that jMmneJIon

IftcW wa.'the proper place," consequently: .

t.! are moving to that town wher they &

Women will engage In butinn. .Sternberger Phillips.

r, The drill U romp".**, of Sj-l f.. Car: v

l.rand \V \U',1IOD.' Mr ear,.r

no Idea 1 cf 1..1"
ientertsln.
I U.lo..III... tacit Ihr t+.tso... at ft'.n. Painters and Decorators.
I
and Children n.!'on will b* under the management j

,- of M,*, Anderion .

. \Vhll the people of I.ln..III.| ,.- Opposite Brown House. :J c fi fiC
"' I..t to In.. this btjii.. firm' .".-*

[i Who wish to dress well should lh will.lr nev.rth.l.u new n.11.l I with/ them) 'It<;c"'n' r

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.>: order their goods by mail fromB. Ch..t.d Oath C
I t1fi-> new U .1..k Oil.It .-.,<"'''' UOl.lH NAM. IMfrU. . KiJnxy IrouM rift n eats fatally, '!
but by ehoo ing ,b", right ra.dtstn. 'I the laf*.t ...4*. a...i fltrri, cad a,. rrrri-f| rvc.li ...1'.*.Bts -tall/.. .

II, Wolfof liar (Lrov., Iowa,....al..'l j, Our Hr. "t'n..Ur..rr, ,11.1. U Vw Y.rh (Ual frmlt has k' r ta
B B. H H. LEVY BBO & CO1( death II... ..J; 'Two years agu 'I| f 1
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/tl I THE GAINESVILLE SUN: 27, 1905 ) .

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Ii y. M5n?.,, i
r.aa .... C. W. Stephens of Alachua, one ot '
Sheriff L. W. Fennell has returned

HEWS OF CITY AND from Pensacola where he went to take our thrifty farmers and cotton ..r01l'1 1 F 'bbu

into custody a colored man by the ers, was a caller at The Son office yesterday o* 4a

COUNTY CONDENSED name of 'Tom Johnson, charged with Ayers and says his large field of cot- ta.avwcam..
aVila'
ton is looking fine.
assault with Intent to murder. The

alleged attempt was made in Alachoa Harrold Hook of Rocbelle was a viii- +r+. Ie .

; Matters of General Interest Gathered county about six months ago. The tor to this city yesterday. Mr. Hook TIIt

by Oar Reporters. negro was arraigned before a justice of Impure blood always shows has been employed for some time In

the peace, when he was required to somewhere. If the skin, then High Springs, but has resigned his position

Bite bond for his appearance at the boilS; pimples, rashes. If the and will return .o his Rochelle

PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS spring term of the circuit court for nerves, then neuralgia, nervousness home. .

Alachua county. He secured the bond, depression. If the i J. J. Call of LaCrosse was among ,killI "I't

What Has Happened and.What ta Going was released but at the proper time those who favored Gainesville with i a ,lii,

a to Happen Told In Short ParagraphsSo did not appear, and the grand Jury returned Sarsaparillastomach visit yesterday. Mr. Call is a Confederate ,I'p

That "He Who Runs May Read" a true bill against him. He was and came to attend the memo- K. .

located in Escambia county, and was exercises. He is of the oldest
rial one
Ii It In :The Sun. then dyspepsia,
arrested the authorities that
by of
known residents of
biliousness loss of appetite. and most widely
from Tuctday't Daily Sun: county by instruction from Sheriff ,
Your doctor knows the hi* section.
W.'Walta Hawthorn Fennel) Johnson is DOW in jail and
B. of was transacting
; fora
remedy used for 60 years. Mrs. I. E. Webster left yesterday
btulnes in this city yesterday. will be arraigned at the next term of I ;
"futaratn from tli* Cuban war, I was a visit of a few weeks to her daughter

Deputy Sheriff L. E. Story of Windsor the circuit court. I Krfvct wan wrack(-.Mr Ih.t.blood taw wu bui tad...ol and A J.inr'. Mrs. C. F. Merritt at Kingsford, Fla..

was among the official visitors. to from Wednesday' Daily Sun: 8anaparUIa completely tf".VOBHLBK.eared .Merataa.Ps.ft ." incidentally visiting the mines of the

this cltv yesterday. W. H. Saunders of Micanopy was M bottl*. i.a. A V.K co. Dutton Phosphate Company en route! ..

A O. A. Bennett, a wood contractor of transacting business in this city yes 4n dnJlttrl.te. for towed Iiasii! this being the week for the regular ;

Hip Springs, was transacting business terday. trip by I. E. Webster paymaster.W .
Blood SATINOLA U a new dtr'overyguaranteed.
J9 In this city yesterday. W. F. Beach a merchant of Trenton, Impure W. Roberts of Kanapaha was a I and money refunded If It laUa to remove the

' i Mrs. Rosa Waters has returned froma was /a business visitor to this city yes visitor to the city yesterday. Mr. worst case of Freckle. Pimples, Tan.Sallow

a,' brief visit to her husband at Hick terday. Aid the Saraapnrllla by keeping ; the Roberts is a Confederate Veteran DCS. Liver Spots Blackheads or any slrin\
I'bowels regular with Ayer Pills. eruption In 90 days. Leaves the skin clear
roan. She report a pleasant time. R. H. Smith a successful merchantof having served in a Sooth Car 1ina regi- soft healthy and restores the beauty or

j ;- Warranty Deeds for sale at this of Hawthorn was transacting businessIn -- ment during the Civil War, and came youth. Thousands testify to the merits or

floe ; COo per dozen, $2.60 per hun this city yesterday.John From Thursday's Daily .Sun: to attend the ceremonies of Memorial Satlnola

,H v dred. Cash mast accompany order.D. P. Hester, a progressive mer- 8. A. Thomas of Rochelle was a visitor Day. He has only been in Florida a I Mho Alice LJrette writes: Thlbodeauz. Li.: ,
Oct. 15. '04.-"For four face
my was
M. Daridson and son, W. M. Davidson chant of Evinston, was a business visItor to this. city yesterday comparatively short time but is well completely covered with freckles yean and pimples.All .

fc ..*"> of High Springs, were among to this city yesterday W. A. Morse of Earleton was tract- pleased with this section and its peo- remedies failed until I used two packages

the business visitors to this city yes M. J. Ward of Micanopy' progressive acting business this city yesterday. ple. of Satlnola. which completely removed the
terday. freckles and pimples! My complexion Is now
J. farmer and trucker, was in the Mrs. F. B. Hester of Kvinston favored Mrs. Elizabeth Smith Mrs. Geo. D. perfect and hope every lady having freckles

', Mr. and Mrs. William McKlnstry are city on business yesterday.T. Gainesville with a visit yester- Wilcox: and daughter Miss Florence or pimples will try Satlnola." Price 50o and

happy over the advent of a fine girl into leave today for Jacksonville, from 100.by leading drurtfUts. or mail.
J. Rivers of Bland one of the
t their home, and friends are extending day.J. which place they will go to Atlanta NATIONAL TOILET CO.: Paris Tenn. 4
most progressive farmers of that section N. Kirklin of LaCrosse called at
tulatlon.. and their to Bold In Gainesville by J. S. Bodiford
congn Chattanooga, on journey ,
was trading In the city yesterday. this office yesterday and renewed his
& Co., J. W. McOollnm &; Co.. W. M.
O. L. Feaster of Ivin Michigan. Mrs. Smith expects to remaIn -
Micanopy, lie reports a need of rain. friendship to The Sun in a substantial Johnson and all leading druggists.
':, '. Holder of LaCrosse and George Beck in the North during< the summer
William Nobles of MoUae was In the manner.J.
of Rooky Point were among the rls, returning to Gainesville early in the
yesterday, having' cams on business A. Stephen, the High Springs J
ut MAN KILLED AT TIOQA.
, Itors to this city yesterday fall, where she will reside All have
r connected with the United States land druggist, called at The Sun oflice yesterday -
do, J. J. Hayman, the naval stores operator office. He entered a homestead of lie reports business good at the best withes of their friends for apleasant Was Caught in Machinery and Mangled -

and cattleman of Loobluosa was In valuable property In Clay and Pntnam the Springs journey. Which Resulted in Death.
the city yesterday on business, connected S. B. Phifer of High Springs was in
counties. W. H. Turner W. H. Guthrie and Information has reached this city to
nti with the tax collector's office. the city for a few hours yesterday Mr.
Wanted-Good looking widower "'. D. TiUman formed a Jolly trio from the effect that colored man, a laborerat
It If you. are In the market for hay, wuuld be pleased to become acquaintedwith Lake View who visited the county capital Phifer has for several years been one the plant of the Union Phosphate
r'' grain' bran, seed, meal cotton seed. tine looking widow that owns a of the progressive merchants of that
meal hulls, flour or grits, try Huell l & farm that could be developed into a yesterday.The town. He was until recently connected Company "III caught in the ma-

Uasklns, brokers, Gainesville, Fla. stock farm Address Box 121, Sanford Carpenter's and Joiners' Union with the firm of Phlfer A Phifer chinery Tuesday afternoon and horri-

T. It., Pickett of Half Moon, memberof Fla./ d2twlt. an aggregation of the carpenters and New York Racket, but since that firm bly mangled, which resulted in his

the firm of T. R. Pickett A Son, Bargains-Splendid lot of 3-Inch and joiner. of this city which has been has closed out its commercial interests death.

r manufacturers of lumber. was a.business 4-Inch spinal ririted pipe' at a bargain. holding meetings in the rooms in there he proposes to engage in business The name of the unfortunate man

visitor to this city yesterday Also large lot of !-inch, good as new Porter's. block, corner "'f'.tbln and for himself, and is now en routeto could not be learned neither could the

W. M. Thomas of Alachua, one of Standard wrought, iron pipe and lots East Union streets. has removed to New York to purchase a full line of particulars. of the-horrible accident
of other Write if the hall at 118 East Union Parties arriving from the scene Stated
Ins progressive citizen. of that section things. me you street over goods. He departed on the SeaboardAir

.. and an old friend of The Sun was need anything 0. W. Moyers, Gainesville M"nalle'nr..., where they will in future Line at :2 o'clock for the Northern that they did not know his name

r ; In the city yesterday and renewed his Fla. make their headquarters, metropolis, and expects to be absent the nor the accident circumstances but that connected the man with was

subscription U. I,. Baldwin for many years a resident .------- --_._-. about ten day's.POTATOES given a decent burial by the company.

of North Gainesville, but now residing -.-
S 4 J. E. FuLah of Alachua member of
at Palm Beach, has been visiting' AND WATERMELONS He Kept Up in the Race.
the firm of the J. E. Futch Company,
friends In,his old home for the past few NEW YORK James 8. Barron President Manchester
t* extensive merchants, has returned this 0 Farmers Are Manifesting Confidencein .
?&' duties, after a brief, but pleasant days and appears to thoroughly I enjoy Cotton Milts, Rock: Hill.., a. 0.,
These Prolific Crops.
meeting his old associates.. He is accompanied I writes :
visit to his family here.
{ by his daughter, Mrs W. M. Blitch of Santa Fe, one of tho "In 1883 I painted my residencewith

' r J, A. Parrish of Hague was In the Maude Goldsmith.G. oldest and most widely' known residents L. A M: It looks better than a i

': ,oily yesterday lie states that MoKlostry RACKET. of the county, as well. one of
A. Klngleterry of Archer has purchased great many houses painted three years 1\\
r. the two-year-old child of his
the barber shop known as the the most successful farmers ..lln the ago." I

pool Phillip A. Parrish, is dangerously Central City Tonsorial Parlors, south city' Wednesday. Ueing an exConfederate Don't pay 41.5O a gallon for linseedoil

III. Friends hope for a recovery, side of be equate from Carter .t soldier and a Veteran he came which you do in ready-for-use paint.

, For Bale. -Thoroughbred' Marred Ply. Tomkies7 and will assume chargeat to hear Ex-Governor Francis P. Fleming Buy oil itself from the barrel at 60 ,

e, mouth Hock eggs. My oou&erels are once. This shop Is one of the most Cheapest Storeon make his memorial address to the cents per gallon and mix U with
from llllttnorn farm One dollar for a Longman A Martinet L. A M. Paint.It .
Veterans and their friends.
' sitting of IS eggs Mrs. W. R. ()Dreher popular In the city and the new o.n..rwill Earth. makes paint cat about 1.20
Y, K Mloanopy, Fla. w-Iw>8wks no doub be well pUatcd and Mr. Blitch stales that the people of gallon. per

Nat Holen a colored far 'profited by his purchase. his section have become enthusiasticin Wears and covers like gold _
prosperous --- -- the culture of Irish potatoes and Every Churob given a liberal quantity -
and subscriber of The in Workmen have begun on the
Hun
mer was
watermelons, and that many hundredsof when brought from S. J. Thomas,
the city yesterday and renewed hi. sub : home of A, M. Cushman Alachua Gainesville; J. O. Bishop Alachoa.
acres are now sat In these. One
sorlptlon. II. reports the crops as avenue, last, who proposes to have I .
Do You Burn Oil firm has planted and is cultivating :300acres J --
a'' looking well but rain Is badly needed. one of the finest. and most modern or
of watermelons of various
varieties -
residences In that section. tiev,,ralweeks Some Men LeaveAn
After a few days spent In this city from which they anticipate big
will be required to finish the Lightning t ?
among his old friends, A. R. tfcruggs home, and in the meantime Mr. Cush- results. An extensive acreage has also Estate for the WidowTo
returned yesterday to his home at been planted in potatoes.
man .ml family will make .heir home
Tampa. While he Is w..I1III..d with the National Old Fellows' home If lightning then can'tinterest -
at you use we
Tampa. Mr. Scruff: a states he has Death of Mr. Jeffords. invest and lose, or as a temptation
_. you, but If you use Oil we to speculators." How much
"
Still for Uatne.rIIleand'a I The Sun to chronicle the
feeling regrets
warm
a
We have
have what better
got you want to leave her
READ'THIS. death of E. of the oldest
her people A. Jeffords one
succeeded in getting something new in
A W, It, I'liifer' he naval ..tnr.111. the way of an oil can. It is a -gallonoil and most widely known citizen of S500 or $1,000 a Year Incomefor i
Kteventon. Ala, June 8, 1001Dr ) Gainesville which occurred his 4I
erator of Abbott spoils to return to and has faucet" there is at
can no su
K.: W. HallSt. Louis: DearSir\ East Tu io* Life or for 20 or 30 Years?
that pftlnt loUar, after two or threedays no place for the oil to leak out at. The home Magnolia< street, ?*< ,
I have been a great sufferer from bladder
pleasantly with relatives morning, after an illness covering aperiod ,
tclaia and
spent ran has a llr pump you can
trouble f..r two years and my casewas of several week We will send r
her, >)Ir. Pnlfar |I. nit,! kin, : big sue* serious ll. till your lamps without soiling your you some Interesting .
(I'r, nature, comp" information '
oes ,in the naval .au,,'" business lug me to have several painful and hands or wasting a drop of oil, It lathe Deceased was seventy years of age, annual outlay showing will yield how small an. ,. ,
a
'S'; Houlh Florida 1"1 dangerous! operation I haw also t.. best and most perfect oil can we aid may be regarded as one of yearly income "for anyone permanent for '

't ; Mrs II .F. Mutton hu houortni) lhoOtalals kit" many haft different three remedies.aDd. I War took bavesvereern. They ga I AQa Gainesville's pioneer eititens, having whom you are to provide. .
Swamp fur years $ eAr 7 resided her fur the of a
last at past quarter
long as they
r and .tn Ioye. <>f Dutton A I ner's dove Cure lo ,.a.nll they only
We only have a limited quantity If century or longer, He had a great W. L.TILL&W.1.111111
Co bank with a nice selection of gave temporary .lId. After havingtwo .
p. sweet peas from her own yard, which : operations and preparing for the you need a Can come early. maul friends who were pained atytiia,, !MperiaJ' AjreaU Th XUTCAL I
i third, 1 saw your T..... Wonder ad. 4'- death but nr living relatives' here. Life laMiraaee('.. ef Sew Tart, '
are. highly appreciated Mr. lhutolll I. venlsed and purchased a bottle I lCu'!
I... a great many of lhi," fragrant production almost immediate relief and have con Boys'Wish Funeral of Mr. UsrTords. UUXESTILLE, i i I FLORIDA

> growing about her flower gsr I; linued to Improve ever slue. MI doctor _. ..--
said my bladder hd grown together A wig line for the hummer season The fnoeral: of Mr. E. A. Jeffords,
den which are admired by all whore' I
'' In three places, and I wa suffering the kind that wash Sue* 3 to 16. and the death of whom occurred at his R. McCLELLAN

them. I almost death No man livingcan I the price is only 4vj( home, 3U8 East Magnolia street Tuesday
Dr. llunsaker who is the guest of' say morw than I can say for your
will b. held this rooming at 10o'olo.k
Texas Wonder, and I call it a world'swouder I
+, Hon. W. U. Robinson, accompaniedllob
'r,+ and 1 hope all who suffer' will Something New in Boys' Overalls from Holy Trinity Episcopal Undertaking Co.
MeKlnatry on a tithing trip to !
."tllt a trial' Wishing you success, lam : Church: Rev. F. II. Craigbtll officia
'. Prairie Creek Monday afternoon and Yours truly, Weil made and Just the thing for : line The iaterment will be in Evergreen : -

they caught a. flae lot of trout twentyfour W C. Dxi u ttajs frvmt S year to II. cemetery. GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA.

In all, ranging in weight from _. .
-------- W
S. Moore of St. Louis, a son-in- -
each, Hob A TEXAS WONDER.
'.0&.0 sixteen pounds sjsIt Shoes I Shoes Shoes law of the deceased arrived In the
A is fin* tithing there-no trouble to On small bottle of the Tease Woo* city yrt.rday. Members of the family : Funeral Directors and
'h yet a nlee string d.,. Hall's Ureat Discovery, eurw all Our stuck of both Luw and tilth-Cat' r
at varto plac* were telegraphed,
kidney and bladder troubles, remove Shoe is complete and strictly up-to- I Licensed
11,11'aer.n "'.Jeta and family arrived Embalmers.
gravel, cures dtabtt.... seminal .m''"- but inasmuch as the distaeee was so
from date and wo would& like for you to>> trya
In the ally yesterday Pnllaiiel.pala. stons. weak and lame backs, rheumatism great it was Impossible for any to at -

y Y;' Mr. Welch, who has for several' and all irregularities of the aid pair tend hea*. it was decided to bury
and bladder ta both men and. Mah.t aetaren of ... Usti.r.la r
years been eoanected with The Morns aeys him her.
has aeeepted" -.1. women.regulates bladder truable. ta W. are the orig.aatos of W. P' sand ikt r* rrmase, Batter Wasp.. .ttt
Prraa as manager, a children. If net sold by your drurzbt, ,..+s..4 wa a Confederate Vet
of the everything fully guaraannd. .. Male (.IN....... r t.-... Ke-
lion as superintendent' Pepper will be "at by mall oa reeelpt of f 1. e .a. and yesterday afieraooa Kirby ,
d here One small bottle two months. daks. Caeevnt, sa4 P ..tegys.TI .
,. Publishing Printing Company is treat - - - Smith Chapter seat a beaetifal floral
and will assume his, duties at one. It tneut and seldom faile to perfoet a tribute to the borne. The prteea af p..qy1S. .

ls to be Hoped that they will! be pl.*..d ure.fe tnrr.Dr.P.' Kraest O. box W.6J1 Hall, 8u Loots sole a&D0.Ms PHIFER BROS. ..members the U. D. C. will be appreciated -

with QalbesvUIe aIMS lu people all of t4.4 for teettittonlala.. & U by all at the funeral setvteee at the order. by Tiber** er Teles**.*

2 whom will exMn4 a cordial w.!?ot .. druu ... Phifsrt' Corner Oaiaesrllk.. Fta.. enarth tate mom leg. will receive .......ft aUMuAPRIL -. ,

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