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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: May 2, 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: VID00583
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
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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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RESIDENT MAY BE I JAS A SLC33ING TO KOREA. ACTRESS IS SURE GENERAL LEE PASSES AWAY. FOUR ARE KILLED IN


That Country! Is Undergoing a Wonder! lie Never Recovered from First Stroke

: ASKED TO END STRIKE 1ul' Transtormation.London. OF HER FREEDOMNan of Paralysis. RAILROAD COLLISION

May t.-Tl.e Times' I'eklu Washington. May 1. Ut'Dt"ral Fits

: I special lurrespmiJftuisitlng Korea hugh l.ee, I'olted States aruiy. retired
I f legrapti!> twin Seoul that the coun and of foreiuo
Vlrlgnia'a '
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rant Him To Prevout Sending try is undeigu'tig! u wonderful traaa Patterson Talks. s To Newspaper I died at tk..' l'roI"eD hospital hr Special On the Southern Collided

,Of Federal Troop COr:11atoD.! The rrfonrs that the Japanese Men of. Her Case. I fn>m au attack of ap.tpU-xy. which huCTei \ith Freight.
base: already dY ctt.'d. the cap _d t'ariy this morulng 0tr"lr

Cain says, are unmixed bitting; to the I *hiia ODioute from IU>:slou! to W'It.b Ywab'F, fi

ICGROES TO TAKE THEIR' PLACE I people: l but are c.iiuins dismay to the SHE PRAISES' HER ATTORNEYS lugtontt OGDEN PARTY"WAS ON TRAIN s

( imptror and his court. The r emperors .\ ,-r Ventral I"I had been removal! .-p
.'''aturban e. Occurred Promptly When cruelly Uialllu ioiid. but still hopejior Her Sister Mrs. Smith. Also Receive
to the hospital It wits evident" 'to Uiatleudlug Aftar the Collision the Wreck Cacrghl il

: Work Was Started-Negro Non. the ultimate success of Russian: Her Plaudits-ActraIs ConfidentShe phy lclMtik that his case Nat Fire and One of the Cook la Swppoev
jiovvir) which !loitered the: worst inllu a \cry serious on<>. !but thvy belleveu
: Unionist Attacks a Non-Combatant Will Be Given Her Freedom thia
ed To Have Been Burned to Death.
miters of his barbaric reign. The conduct
that his| strung vitality and' willpowciwould \
[and' Cuts Him With Razor. of the Japanese bait been exemplary. Time. a.-lst materially In H partlarecovery. Several Other Hurt.

Chicago May 1.-President Rouse. Never before have Koreans :\ W01'k.. May 1.- :Nan; patter at least, from the an Ureenvlll. B. I*.. May l. --Th*. ape
< tit tied smh wages Civilian Japa- ills condlti: considerIng !
: >u reiaulued lair t
alt may be formally asked to end the tou rrceUid a number "t 11.-.111111.| t vial! train bviutiiK the !U.lt\'rt C. O,,Jvoeducational
lit.S. are pourtug! into the country andit the "c\'*riiy of tho attack duringtht
steru* strike here as he did the men in (tie: prison |o'IA) and! talked : 1 paiiy ran Into a freight
i.-t cstimnted< that they number Gel.- U o'clock 3
but star l U
) shortly
trike of the anthracite coal miners. with thtui fatly! regni.uiii 1 'her van: **. trait today just outside ut Orrtnvlll*. t'
Gill>. Already there Is practically uninterrupted ho b.
bIt
X'iu to grow weaker unit
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-.,A resolution requesting the prebidt-nt Tbe 1111t'1'\ h'w wa.t arm augd: by hot The ontiluo baggage car library car:
chain of settle
Japanese
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pulse lower, terminating If** that
try to induce the employer of Chi .. counsel but nuue of th nu nttt from I.1I*lin to the Yalu. two hour in U -iUh. The end WHA peaceful
to arbitrate the Issues which are! the met ting. Duriii ; the talk she aytd. y
Railway extension! and other improvement and VI :,11,0111| puln. the general I n*
w being fought out and M) attrt tin ant bt-slde her sistatij jiit uuUldtt ttudoot : ; I all the\ party were asleep
have made rtmarahtcprogresb.
malning COIIAC.OUS: until tier minutesbefore
Inglng of troops to Chicago andeek of thftr cell. when the tit ,'Id.'nl ncruired. Time 1)4'-
i 1 Mom of the /;advisors<<'11i he dlfd. Il':elf un hour beturr I ,
the talk of a general war boreen MU i'ait-rfvon said.i It, was thoroughly ....u..r. injured wt>r' in the dining our '
i have left the country and been succeeded death titneiul I,,-" ifcottnlM'J\ \
capital and the wage-t-arnt'u la I In accord with t decision other l lea llrt'inttu: on the "|>.Hial! U.&IIw" tvr
by Japanese.) The most difficult brother, iunlel IAMwho came Inti.
pected to be introduced in the Ch lea- i cuuunel! not put put ut any defe-usr. kill,-d, und l'ruft'...or lUuiyV.. Farnuiii I
of all A.UIsor to the the
post" foreign the nH>na for a inoimnt.In 4
Federation of Labor at a special She: thought it an eiuineiitly propel of Palo university, had hla right!
I office, is entrusted to an American, the room when he died were" T>rMonticonirr
eeling today. A petition to the prcw courkit Sji| praised tni courage olMr. arm b"II.1al..., w 1\. *e\i.r* ly cut and
whose paiifhce. tact and ability In reconciling the
of al
One l.h.lcllU\la
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ent may be presented to hint on hi* Lev) In daring to .-utmilt the ('I"'.' | bruised )era. .Karmim WHS cut andbiulrd. .
conflicting interests have won the hospital; Miss n.'rllt" ', a relativeand
val in Chicago shortly. to the jury ou tilt pr.... t"atluQ' eel: ) (other hurt w ere:
praise from all natiunultles The Korean M nurse, two of the HilrnitliiK phBtrlai >'
'!; Disturbances today la the Team4ertiike : Ucuct' !;t. CUlr McKrlway. of tln< Ur"'okl> u
army hits been leiluced to a small )*, IJrs 1.,11.| and Kevin having rt
began. promptly. Trouble tart "1 am nut at all .fr.i .1 of anything'Midget' lagl.bruised about" ,Ixnililf r. tiy b..<
guard the Korean" have
palace : police tired l.n.ptirii .
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near the Eighteenth! street bares ol hid suKt on i'intnivd.' slit ; lug Ibiwwu through lliw window, of this ?
been 8UHM'nded] and a Japanese: gen A pathetic feature. of the cnnr' U ttuil
le Employers Steaming company.i'lnor said as sbr 1.Iu'7" her< hand on hdsister's dining car wl' ll. h.> was t.r"kfluthl"$
(''arnhHI.Is I ollcing| the. Seoul district. lthou li Ci;(-u.'rul 1.<...' hud a l.uull.
(' )Iulcha)'. a plumber wall attack arm. "To nu Mr. Uand'N action It. M.I Ogden( secretary la II. C. Oat k
Never has the capital known such immunity cnnsUtliiK of a wife and live rhlldtun!
by a nonunion negro uainstt-r and was' more amunlii.; than serlou, din ruts and klr"I...... .
\ heat crime.HEARST not one of iUtu was' with him at 'the
t with a razor about the face andck. knowing. a. I do know that he uffertd'Midget' Mrs. J, C. Thorp. l'anihrldie.! Mast ,
tine of hU ,Ituih. The "f'n.'rll ,,its GP!!
Mulcahy *'aa taken to the hosItal. her freedom II ihe would trail rut ftlxuit fact and klti>uldvr. and I..
Mulcahy was walking by the WINS HIS' SUIT. .ly as he diterted. ,Of coursi anybody! years of agt>, badly biuUi'd.

is on the: way to his place of l>uiic would! be nervous vrh n one was 10 ixivcntl' nrtfiii strvanls, rut snit fit

s :when persons In a crowd abou: Sues Colleague 'In Congress for the badgered as was JalU. Although, h* RAILROAD MAN ACQUITTED. hrlitsedAlter&' y

tie barns, it is declared began to jeer Sum of $6,000. inert very hard he did not do m" any I the collision the wreck ruiuhtlire

je' nonunion negro teanuters. Thiionunioiets : New Turk May 1.-"lfcc!lun for harm-at trust that I h, what' I thInk Charged with Cmbeiilement.: the Jury Hud It I IM listed I that use of tunctMik

t'ncrut1y rushed into the :he plaintiff has been tendered by JUII.Ic" Hut dki| you ever s t.. anything MI Finds Him Not Guilty. );,11 In a dlnlntf car. was burned 'uitilBill. '

rowd. ,lie/ore police<< could interfere Y"I'IIOI1.1. M. OuvU. of Hit su ttbHtiu'Jul": she coulnu> d, "as hU cf Macon), tU.. May 1 The jury In '

ulcahy who chanced to be ueareat t l>irme court In a iwcullar suit brought fir to my Hater hU treedoin If .h<' the Carr of thu stale sgsln t:. H, )lUnd ..
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be turoea. had been! ffurfully! slatafd. jy ConausaiiiUil; 1t Ht-ant aansthits would promtkf to teri Hy a aln.t! me?" -riM ii returned a veidld arfjulttiriiiIhtt Atlanta? May -TIltt southern *"

I Ills assailant was followed by a coIUiigue In the bouse of rvpruaeii.tutivch. : The winters. thru cmbraciM and thru accused man of the rttarct< of embesxUng hallway ufrit,** In this city h.". U.u.t1 h s

;crowd throw1uC; sticks btoix-* und Charles A Towne." .IVtilli. mi-u Nan said. to her .11I1.'r; : | 4i.oo: of the fund of the >U the fallowing account of the accident +

c-ther missiles many of which struck rtprabcLt.few York dUtrtcts.Thi "IKju't you think ilif sani' *> w.>'. M ('Hll and Iliriu uifiini Itailway rompauyitlila to I hit OfoN'n/ *|M rUI. at (irvrnvlll.. t

the fugitive The negro managed tc MC'ltunIIall bioiiKitt lay l Itrarstt get ?" she asked. Mt- Smith. \\' two hour altar the rhitrme blt.1 Tinpvrltl' I 'r.11IIr lht'( Ol tf<
'run through a livery stable and escape.: j rc"ov4-r JG.oidi and Inlt lest loanvdth You bet I do." t plied her slutrr! t lifn dcil.rretl/ by Juilgn, .'" 1...,,, this. ty ran Into a switch ruglue. at 7l; IS ,

Following the outbreak lOu negroetj <> di'frndiint\ Itn a proiui>*ory not: "They could not make tar ,say any' vrrdlct wda marl.up, o'clock this! InumltllC J".t InnUI the e !

j employed as nonunion teamttterH !left :jatyd I 1-\11.! 1C:, U'Ul.: Tile compUlnlts tliiiK: that would hue you ?au. Anyhow All rvlrfinc* wan' in. .th.. argiiincnlclo limit of id" railroad ) aril' m tlrc m, -a

t the stabk-H to begin work for the S. W forth I thai pay mint on the; note therv U not nn > (hlng I could say yt and the jury aw lifted onl> .this viii.Three! dining car help and| tuna

Farwell company. Two police patrol! hag Ufiri rrluxed. that: would hurt )(iuJiwit charge fr..iu Ihn C'HurtIIh.'n the sea trainman kltir Nu lu..u. ) weed i

., wagons and 100 pollcenu-n guarded the I The defense put In l by ('UDlrl'lIlIlIIlIl then Mr I'ttd mill came: In and slue of the morning: .b.-.nn Two killed, but urn wets mute nr (I.>.. se,

.: negroes. I 1 Towiic U tliitir. lKari>t lent tin both of the women braced him and botirs w"rw il.< toted to putting the .AU cloudy 'Injured IbtJ numtrfwu. [t... .

The use of federal traps In Chicago; moue) with,. : un undrrstdndinit that the Mr. timUh said : b.>f<*rt the Jury. Within the nest |wulh l Ins I'rofmx.r r"anus>, nf New, II.' ..:. f

-to protect the handling of money fat Irorrowrr should wiltfsriotm articles "Here's a letter from the folks! at *< v.iluntr., of pM-rs| and Uo
the United States treasury is in the for a |ild.cation: owned by Hearst In boruv." the> ralliuad company akin. a* xvi line baggage car was' r< nI'I..I| ly d.emullshtsl

hands of ColonelV.: f*. ,J>U&gan. acting \'aJlhln ..IU. The delfudant lrar| -d. Then Nan showed him a picture lilt d 'ur>*> of tb> 'eiubrsflvrurnt had' .IxrnKUII twin dining. eats turn up and

commander of the depsirtmeiii of th* be wait not asked to write' th<-''r articles : original'
lakes. The latter Is in abeyance, said although he was resdy to pr Patterson seated crating, .om letter] ('_'" h..J] !.writ dlrut.. ...4| and th.t.<< waa' u>rn Iriiiit IU true**. s

Colonel Hunter Liggett Colonel Dug form the service 1 as agreed Instead of bring I".hud, &bars, abc .. .. rUlon fur acquittal rams without ills -

Can's secretary "Cohinel Uuggan ha. Justice' Datls. In awarding JII'Im..ot'' covered wltb a Lars of 1'0.*>i>. Tin s.'ntu DrNoltcfur "OUT FOR Ito TONA "$HII*.

received Instructions to take the prop. alt"lpliL ),1 r. Tow ,. says: drawing was by a *on ... -

.ft steps but there is no, occasion! al "The aliegatlons of the complaint: back of Ibo sketch waa written lbr.. owl llJeIl4'lt the rharK nfmrnt .,11..1. ., C.nflr..*m." William and O v.fn.r

present; for any troops in Chicago. II i are substantially admltt! by the an words: ..r.JI.I.; >s
the strikers should attempt to prevent 1I''r" and there are no a11'-satlons ol "May this trancforruatloo takt plus Julian l aae lair thl I. aferac4n. Jsrksun... )tI... May 1--TW 'II' Jl

the moving of the bullion from th' new matter that amount to a dfcmr. quickly' ," -- ..... tt"..bc nu-nl rf .IfICtl'.rnaa John c

trains to the subtreasury. of course II Under the ClfC'UDlalallC'f' the plafnttiiU ; Nan turned to ui. reporters and Hh.p'UII.| ..,M. .l IU,l.hur,,t iMt Its..
t BUBONIC PLAQUe IN CHILE.'
would be necessary! to bring' an army entilltNl to judgment. said : urday bat h. wiml l b. .* rtindliiM fur d'thu.

wagon or two from }'t. Sheridan, pus "I feel I sur that that plrlur* wlcome i -- ,!nll..tt Hiti senate. r llo..d by

adbly with a GUArd of one or two rom WOMAN .IS NOT GUILTY. out true.! FIp.1 bay Condition at Plsagua' ll a similar Mincni-nt from Mrrroor k

to handle the money. At present w. -.--- -- - Something' Terrible. Yard.fass. UrfnwurMl, on Monday. P
Terrific fttorm In Tens Ran AnU'Dto. TV*.. May t,-,.!......
ball
do not contemplate such a more! and Jury Decide that Mr*. Noble Did Not .u..1 etnsldsiabl "nm.n' In
no Instructions have been sent to the Murder Husband. Austin, Tr.., Mss 1.-Mragvr d. gars from Chilean ports" arnrdlPK U political clrci.s..

post. I understand that the tram New York. May I. -It towk LOOK maims base bn rr<* <*4 BT* of a l.r sea .tpr.** (p.cla) from Mafallaa, ""lIatut' Money I.| rvmalnlnc ran Utntly

ters have offered to continue drlrinn Island court and Jury only a Hut snore rtflc storm that p.*.' -1 over '""'th..1rna Mrs bring tt .. first full Ittfarinattoerrrlblw shunt wi the .ul'h ct, mad tb.,..

the wagon handling RoveTDmrat boa than six hours tit try and Tcuu't' Mr* Tr,*. lat nlsrlit *nd that thr city tUCIt.rnlnar the r* sc*... of t u a..miae lu be su klftC"" any tI..bl as to '

Incas with or without compennatioD JoM'phlne lghlon: Nobl! of the blur of Laredo, t vested n; th. Run Ors>iMl.< bugle piaYua 'In the city tit I'lssa-n, Pits luf"J rwtlrrinest< (le: .|>lt. the p

during th,.- strike, no that It look a* elf t r of bcr husband, 1'aioi :-\oblej.J IIall suRerr.l, much Ihama(1t with probaUU <."till for .'"... time helium th.lr < ..- frequent aw rtlon from un.uth rt.*4

Jf even the ;irrnc of a government the twlto..*.... had b**" on baud ih.. 10. of lit*. fifty r,....**_ arc trp.nt partam th* isih In J'toiua load ....ut.:.. C".t h. |I. rot yet rnntjr to reter '

..) wagon will Dot (h.> necesrary. Therla spat record for mutdrr triaJ wtmU, rd If* MY" brrn b .n 4< ia. I.,..... rsog.d from im i.,) thirty per day. rod to fha''. Ilf... t

ai.*olnt! .ply no truth la the talk ol base bo still further U>.*r"l, TU_ of life and IIaIn.C" also r-jj rtfd tc the aathorll/e./ .r. tbra unable la.eofurce .It I I. certain that n.hh.r ('flftna"li -. .
!+'.." orturr.d ID N- fa I..,11'40. on lb.3rskaa bll".lt, on-p. were
at' DJ1D.& troops to Cbtragv oow.Teaans present BCCUAHMDIM} to the prorrdur* U"v.\i or lJuvernu.r \.m.n. wo.ll4/ to.M .
of Nee=" York county gaapHI ID sdiulraUon. side) of tttr (ale (Jrando Tfc Into lbe streets to d.I"t.Dp"..... ..41 actively ursnlttglag their f.r.4ttI: at

To Take Strikers Places. rallr.sd dispulebetr +EIe. 'la this CKytal ), .graineoatats:; .a fbla ItU headway psis. they lint ra.nrarw.s Ypreseai

I'aton :.obtr was a t-.tirv court clerk rtps'ta jt ha. l infurtnAttna: horn' bad t.mM4,. la tb. tight o. thin die of the laterl.Uun of $.naurr. \If'''.y t.
\ Tx. May I.-A number ol
'.uo.
'lo !>/ng U:.Bf Iturrasate Ib* Mrstcf aid of !wi city that pin; sue and it looked a* If the rntlrr pert" t" ," 1'.. To alt prattital purp.*.. th.
br today for Chicago to
men left han ?ub3e3air. lit th.. town see tar: teed la th* slows tlattoo of that C1aU"IU. punt fntg t..twp be flfht .. oat ,

take. tho places! vacant by tb. tramsteh'atrfk.
..acoom.d" abut biro mere (In tfclr tMmiNo.. JS;. -.-- bad brig, ah't. do.* II' the sal Alleged Ly''.n r. Aif /. r'.. %
that rtr l c.the'
in
city
TwHflh .ir..r.t. lag island CAy. Cownt.rfsiters In IPbiMiee.", tJ.-n tie C..rd II.ut. -mptltag Ufrom > lapaxat.r. C. :May l.-4UrV
Texas elite .<"nt ntf-n to O lcao, Ar
'raarementa are. b.lnc made by the erpr.u about, midnight on S09'. 13 Est aei Sao r'raactaru fy J.- oaT L.Wtikle c..,. Ifc* .ri. *'.. .city.- teat. C4l.1a y at t-wir*.ter, dLulIl..... i

c'O'1IiNOHA: In T,.s* to 8#a4m was .4tlctd Im p.wr4r Ift lh* **rrtddgr cbl" of u.. .rent e.retoe isbe - '- thirr..ll. Tw*.4i.. % H.fl Belli. d. i
.. aJhe said Nol* soul la Cwt .f O. "- J.cl j oilier men to CbJcsso fur tlaot .. r was ,. Ira Ills way '" a* r-.JJlnl. IQtD..I'.t. v ',.ok IIW4'. $. K' II..U. Juba 't.
playful stntgg'' fur aFire pWtii. tb. f'OQ'I.' 'fvttlsg n4 Ats.J't VI*.. May I -A bunt of )It.,..... J. Asraa.r. taM 1W:1,

pufJlOH. tad silver .vta*. .\* watt I. mup- O..t -11"' .. .U" Jattksao. ..biteLa. St.,. 1. Ua"SII. lr. John IIu1Mts.tad

After Trusts In CI... "4. at the While H...... {
.s c.uac4.: flay 1 -Tb cw.stygsyad Watt.'tfI<<. )lay I --() of the ..*** It tat grown to sarfe as .( J..t.a A. Nhacr. u1 '......"'JI.... tuft t ft** blat d..tooI was> europltslly la

Caday "tus"' lA"'III"'t.t, .flD.t.a. IIt.-.hY" frtn_ lit Ida teat tbst lk. )K*. ....a c.t ... UA4 14It past .11 yore, waa today sest lima" to Ita. lyashisg" vttilt.. ulnas sasaeelJturrlsi

'it" : ?&cs1.torT 11 asrrtab+rs of U* nK'IMJyt.Cl ,\\'!. I U..IIM( eaiw)t >fti today bat. pra. I..t.C a.tl.arett .u"f" t.pi......." 111I 11M a.&.4erstu. tsgsvtsw. ,n at Ksrebaw last Odt"-r. n.pfeU.i.e. I;

; lDIDIU" of the C3 wUa4 KM tirally so aUmsc r.-..:'t xj. (,..* raI .iribleak "' ,..,.. a /arr. sweret 'lIffft till at Jtkbaisra4,, Va. TIN boat fsas.rlyras .ryfronv .ufnJJ..CICoO ..tuar.t4crmrd. "

CIDa1 Il"artln' a.ocUtkM. .,..t.. M I gJae ...tow.... tutu tk.. Wale .aHMT .<' OB. 11.s' iaa. for .......""''f..u.n te 'fVJN'UIII ..,..W.... J"".,. the a..t.ba..rI..Ji., is an '

' trust. T'1u7 are dJi.rpo4 u..t.nt a f. teffirt* ot water Lad oa fc>U war to I"' ....1:7pot... .tU bus 0...l.. of Ibu taaftt4.rte.y, la of the 4rl.'U.. as. pnmltl.nt mess
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HOUSE DOES.;QUITE How Is Baby Today ? I ASSASSINATION IN THIBET. OLD PEOPLE t

well. Rumors Are that Chinese Amban Has
Better, thank you. In fact, quite .. .. '

ii A BIT, .;{.OF BUSINESS' Fat Pink round and white and full flesh of. dotted life and with mischief.dimple New York.Been April Murdered.28.-Another version Ticic Pains and AitncntsAnv .y i

that the Chinese '
of recent rumors ,
*.<. "-s:- !. Ko cough, no indigestion. amban to Thibet baa been murdered taint of the blood quickly shows itself with old '

Resolutions All on account.of people,and troubles which a younger, more vigorous constitution -
Several Herald's
Important la cabled to the correapondent -
of advanced
of those
holds in check, take possession -
Presented and Adopted. at Peldn which says: years. A mole, wart or pimple often begins to inflame -, -'/
Four French missionaries have been in that refuses to heal.
and fester terminating a sore Wandering ,
I MANSION.. FOR- THE GOVERNOR I captured by aavage tribes in the vicinity of a rheumatic character are almost constant, the joints get stiff and tht

<" of Batange which is situated cles sore, while sleeplessness and nervousness make life a burden. Tnuralactivityofthebodyisnot
.
near the frontier of Szechuan and
Another ory Claim to Settle-Protectton : I had a severe attaCk of La Grippe,which
v Slartt bv mother whose love Thibet. so great in old age and all the almost] a physical wreck. To add to my wre
Asked- administered a
for Fruit Trees assistant was
The Chinese amban
+ organs get dullandsluggish, condition, Rheumatism developed. In a
Judges Lacks the Necessary was tempered with common sense. is murdered while trying to effect their failing to carry out the waste time after beginning S. S. S. I was relieved .
She knows that OZOMULSION that the missionaries and have in flesh and
Etc.TalUhasitre rescue and ti is reported matters and poisons accumupains gained! streng
Forty-On .
a fountain of energy for grown-ups also have been put to death. bating in the system and they blood l1I. 1
+ May 1.-The Houe met It waste of flesh. It makes diseases
e too. stops The Chinese government refuses
taken and absorbed by1 Union
are B F. GRfcc
: up s. C. ,
: .Saturday morning, and much batine plenty of rich blood. For pale feeble passports foreigners for this part of the blood rendering it weak

was transacted. folk it is the chief nourishes at life's the country, as it is not under, effective and unable to properly nourish.the system. There is no reason why 01- 'e

t A memorial to Conere asking an feast. It cures Consumption when control. should not be as healthy as youth if the blood is kept pure and strong. S -

appropriation of $20,000)( for a surrey taken in time. All druggists sell it- The memorial presented! by Wu Ting is purely vegetable and is the safest and best 0,

and improvements of Orange Creek, SO cents and $t.oo the bottle. Let fcsv Fang has *een confirmed by an imperial purifier and tonic for old people, because it is ge

d was Introduced by Mr. Wilson of Lee, send edict abolishing punishment of the ss but at the same time thorough in its action, pI
youFree
the blood of all poisons and foreign ma
,I and under waver of the rules, was families and relatives of criminals. The ing
Sample Bottle by Mall strengthening it and toning up the entire system
edict also abolishes torture,in the case
adopted. its fine tonic effect. Almost from the first dose the appetite increases 'egeneral
resolution asking Con. Write letter or postal toOZOMUL810N of criminals and witnesses.
A concurrent
4 health begins to improve and the pains and ailments pass away
appropriate money deepen CO.
grew THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA GA. I
water of Charlottear labor, at Punta OO Pine Street, New York Why Suffer From Rheumatism?

lords and at Boca Grande, was when J
Why suffer with rheumatism
offered by Speaker Gilchrist, and I -
ITALIAN HANGED FOR MURDER. one application of Chamberlain's Pain

: adopted. Balm will relieve the pain The quick PRIOE: LIST
Mr. Noble of Luke offered a resolution _ _
t First Hanging as the Result of Vendetta relief which this liniment affords

calling upon the trustee of the In New Orleans. makes rest and sleep possible, and that . .OF. . .

Internal Improvement Fund to reportas New Orleans April 29.-The crime alone is worth mauy times its cost.

to all special counnel employed bythe. for which Sam Aspara was hanged Many who have used it hoping only fora
'V time names of EUREKA WINE & LIQUOR CO
trustees purpose
receivedby here today was the murder of Antonio short relief from suffering have been

attorneys and compensation Lucclano, one of a series of tragedies happily surprised to find that after
them from 1855 to the presents Italian The ...
growing out of an feud. awhile the relief became permanent TilE GREAT SOUTHERN; MAIL ORDER HOUSE.
time. The resolution was adopted. feud baa cost between ably aid seven Mrs. V. H. Leggett: of Yum Yum, Ten

The following new bill. were Intro. lives. It began on May 7, 190:. when nessee. U. 8. A., writes: "I am a great !. EXPRESS PREPAID. Full Quart Measure.

duced i Sal cat or Luciano, brother'of Antonio, sufferer from rheumatism all over
: ,
I'enool-'or the relief of Columbia Per Four Six Per
)Ir. Charles Dl Christina
attempted to murder
from head to foot and Chamberlain's Gallon Quarts Quarts Case

county to reimburse that i and Francesco Geneva. Pain Balm is the only thing thai will Hatcbett'8 Private Stock .. ..... ...... ... ................ M 00 (4 00 M 00 *12 00
.... ............. .. . ..
Hatch Tbjlt' Whiskey 4 ISO f CO tfM 13 7.1
; county in the sum of $dfi0 for money Antonio participated in the shootingbut relieve the paio. For sale by all li atchetf.Old Rye.. ......... .... ....................", 3 :20 ago 4l11 000
spent for rent of armory for use of no one was hurt. On June 11, druggists. ____ __ __ Eureka N. O. Apple Brandy ................. ...........'C. 176 t75 700 14 00
N. C. Apple Brandy. ..... ................................. 3 Li 3 25 85 0 70Eureka
3, State troops. Salvador was seated In the rear of his Woman Arrested for Horse Ida"0 4 00 19 00
fix and establish with Antonio Lucigi Stealing RureksN.C.Peach Brandy.................... .......... 175 4 7700\ Ism
Mr. Taylor-To a brother's grocery Cordele Ga., May 1.-A woman N. C. Pe ct> liranUr...... ......... ... ... ................ 3 SS :3 K f r5! I' 7(1(
z legal and standard crate for oranges. Luciano, a cousin and Vincent Vutora Purek.N.C. Cora.......... .. ............................ 3 dS 3 K f tfi It-u
+( calling herself Mrs. Richard Row, and Eureka N. C.Cora. XX.. .... ............................. 300 300 1 60IS 9 00
t Mr. Stephens-To make valid deed. when a crowd of men Invaded the place claiming Valdosta as her home, has Eureka N. C.Corn. XXX .. . ............... ..... ....... 5 75 5 7At f 8 30
made wife to hus armed with guns and knives. A desperate Kureka N. C. Corn.XXXX. .. .................. ....... SRO no 17& 7 50
real by
t to estate been arrested here after making her Old Crow Bourbon ...... ............ ..................... 4 50 4 RO 0 75 13 50
band. affray resulted in which Vuter dozen cities in the HerroUatte Bye ................ ........ ........... ........ <160< 4 50 a 756ft 13 511SunnrBrookR.e
Luciano killed and way through a : ... ... ............ ... ............. ...... 3 75 3 75 a II 30
Mr. Noble (by qutlt-For the ex* and Salvador were state on the charge of stealing a muleat Sunny liroolc: hour Mash.. ........ .. ...... ..........,..... 3 75 3 75 a Uft. 11 90
tension of the time for the construction Joseph Oerrachi wounded. Gerrachl Echo bprinrsilk ...... ... . .... ........... .. ... .. .. . .......... fllO 4 65 .00 12 75!
Uutledge. Ga., Saturday night. The Velvet ....... .... .... .. .... ...................... 6 00 5 25 7 tab! 15: 70
of the Alafla, Manatee A Golf subsequently died. Antonio was ar arrest was mode by 'Chief of Police Oak and .. .......... .. ........ ...".. "................. 3 75 fro 600 IS 00
rested but subsequently released. lie
Coast Railway. Johnson and \V. il. Trip. just .. Mrs.
went to his home where the body of Gin From 92.20 to $3.50 Per Gallon, Dellrered.
Introduced bill for
)Ir. Buekman a Richard Row entered the city limits.
his brother was laid out and caw Bar Save twelve label of H.t beU'1 Private Stock and secure a bottle free. Save
the relief of Annabel S. Robinson and The woman is apparently crazy and twelve labels of Iiat bett'.Old Kye and secure a boule free. Save twelve labels of
1st tolo Ferrari standing over the corpse; Hatobetfs Tbat'a Whiskey and secure a bottle free. Save twelve label of Eu-eka
others. the bloody since being locked up in the guardhouse N. C. Corn and secure a bottle free. Save twelve label of Eureka N. C. Apple
+ General Jewell Introduced a bill byrequest gloating be thought over has been talking wildly of mur Brandy and necure one bottle free. Save twelve labels of Eureka Malt and secure
work of the night before. Antonio Im one bottle f.e. Prices of all goods bouirnt at oompany'.store are Toe per gallon less
for the protection of orchards, der. The charge upon which she !is than when delivered. No charire for juirs.' boxeaordrayane. All of my bottle are
mediately Invited Ferrari out into the full cieaiure. AU standard brand of whlsktee.old over my bar at lOo per drink-10
and fruit from by held comes from the publication of an
trees injury
groves back yard and killed him. from I a leaves 6 for you. AU wine quoted on application. We also carry cheaper
scales and Insects and the establish Interview with W. Wallace, of Rut- llnuora tban those quoted. Special> prices on large quantities; packed any tirtu de-
While Antonio was in prison his klred. Money refunded woods not natlsfactory.
meat of a board of horticultural commissioner ledge. Morgan county who claims tr.
d wife died from worry and shock. EUREKA WINE & LIQUOR COMPANY,
: In each county a fine mule was stolen from him Sat
Antonio was tried and acquitted. lie 135 WEST BAY STREET. JACKSONVILLE FLA
t; Mr. Wilson To change the boundary thereafter urday night, and attached to a buggy
resumed business and shortly -- ---- ---- -
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line between Hernando and Pssco stolen from Dr. Riden, of Madison.CASTOR: .
Aspera called on him and gainedhis

counties. good grace On Aug. 9. 1903 Lu .

$,r Mr. Dryan's motion tnreconsiderthe clan Invited Aspara to go with him '

vote by which the resolution to prohibit to a photographer's As they were I IA THE EVERETT HOTEL,

; ; oral explanations of votes was going up the stairs Aspara shot An.-

adopted, was on motion of Mr. Bryan, tonlo In the back and killed him. For Infants and Children. 235 W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE FLOKIDA.

laid on the table. Aspara Is the first man to hang In The Kind You Have Always Bought ,

The motion In regard to a site for New Orleans for an Italian vendetta
Centrally located, thoroughly repaired and renovated. Newly famished.
a governor's mansion, with several murder. Bears thSlgnatnr

amendments, was adopted. Terrific- With Death. ofMan European Plan.

The amendment to the Constitution 'Death fast spproaehing."writes -F-L M.A.sQIq1Propri9tcr::
was
r fixing the salares of Supreme Court -
F Fernandec of Tampa. Flu.,
Justices Ralph Killed Storm.
atO0 and
Circuit
Court by ------ -- -

y; Judge at T3,6OO, which wa voted ad. describing his fearful race with death. Motittrle., Ga... May 1.-Tl e vicinity[ CLYDE LINE
"as a result of liver trouble and heart
vertely several days ago, w.* rrcon cf lUrUQtM. In the western part nf
which had robbed of sleep
disease me.
p siderrd I, and an amendment to place this co city. was visited by a bail and
and of all matt nl iu life. I hd tried
both at $3,600 was adopted. An many dHTerentdntMnrsand several inert wlnUntonu last night! In which ono

I, amendment to make it $3.000 w..lo'l. lelnes, but got no "hnflU.-until beganto man lost Ills life, several were Injure

a and the question) recurring upon the use Elt"I.'IulfO Diu.,.. So wotwler DUll considerable damage was done to

passage!: of th. resolution resulted in a ful was their effect that In three daysI property. The deed man is Joseph Sto-

vote of as to 14, being defeated for the felt like a new man and"today I amcured rail one of the lodeat and best known
Guaranteed
of nil my trouble -
d' want of the n >oe! .sary 41 votes to carry at all drug stores; price 6Oc. men of the county. If* was at the

a Constitutional! amendment.Mr. I home of his grandson John BtorsJl

\Vwll' motion to reconsider the Romance of Port Arthur The house was blown down and the

vote hy which Mr. liuokmsn's bill relating San Francisco, May I.-Pressed In heavy timbers crushed< out ills life

to the compensation of circuit, to the Russian. service as pilot at Port Other members of the family receive TE.J.wm; KTSAILINGS:: :

clorks as clerk and recorder failed to Arthur and kept from returning iff Injuries, but they were DOt of a fatal UETWCENJocltsonville

pat., was defeated his home fur nearly a year longer than character and New York,
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Captain Johnston's bill r.qulr.nlC he bad Intended to be absent Captain A World Wide Reputation Calling at CHARLESTON. 8. Coo both ways.

teachers of summer training schools John U. Anita has returned to Vermifuge has achleved The Finest Steamship la the Cotthrita Serrie.Cl"dO .
k' and appropriating" $;.6U) per annum find his wife divorced and the custodyof AVhlte Cream
thrrefor for each of the neat two their fuur children awarded to her. a world wide reputation .. being New England and Southern LinesDirect
l ,..art. was rest the third time and the best of all worm destroyers, and: r
'paosetl I 8A to 11 Explanations, a reconciliation and remarriage weak and unthrifty I Service Between JACKSONVILLE. BOSTON: and .
follow lie had returned for Its Ionic influence on PROVIDENCE and AU Eastern Points
After the, pauage of the| Key We.ta U neulrallies the i ,
railway xtetmiiin' .bill the House ad. with 1.3.000. most of which he made children as Calling at Charleston both ways. : '

jourttrd until 4 p. tii klond.yJuggling running the blockade before beingim. acidity or sourness of the stomach STTTMT-W: :: JbJJimHTTrST S A TT.IlTC3aBouthboand. : .:_

pressed by the Russians. The lobe Improves their digestion and ...iml. ... .. ...... .. ... ,... .._ ....From Lewis'\Vharf. Baetoa .. ,
With ernamll. of an ear tnls-inc and a scar Across lation of food, strengthen. their to nerve the Northbound...... ............ From Foot of Catherine St., Jacksonville :'r'
\ nut system mid restores than --....;..
Is no more dangerous;: than to neglect his face tell of narrow escapes. health and elasticity' of spirits
agar
it klduey Ut.or.Ur, Foley'* Kidney Cure natural In chlldhowl. Sold by W. M t. Clyde St. Johns River Line .::

R corrects Johnson (}ain... ill., Fta., and J. C.
irregularities\ and ha
curedlitany Had to Ward OfT Old Age I Alachua. Fl*. B.tween JACKOONVILLR and SANl"OftD ,.'
severe case after other treatuitrut The most succ..sful way of wardingoff Bishop, Stopping at Palatka Astor, St. Francis. Bereaford (D.Land),and Intermedia
.
has failed It builds the Landing on 8t. John River. '
out tissue' up worn the approach of old age U to main Martial .....-......

vlKor. "I was and troubled restores with health kidney and lain a vigorous digestion. This ran be *a must f'ODra.1D.. fId Mr*. Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"

complaint for about two year," write don by eating only food suited to your Cf'abbtdOD', believe tfcere ever wasa Is appointed to sail aa follows: Leave JACKSONVILLE Sundays. Tuesday

.,. II. lUvis of )h. Sterling. Iowa. age and occupation, and when any dls- really perfect man." "Well." replied and Thursdays, 3:30 p. m. Returning leave SANFOKD! Mondays,
"but' t"o tiottlv of Fuley's Kidney order of the stomach appears take a Mr., Crabbe.Adam would nave beenperfert. Wednesdays and Fridays.9:90 a. m.

{ ur" II'ttt'\"fOd. I""" nwnt cure IUd doe of Chamberlain's. Jjtooisah and I aupfMee. If Eve bad only *., MCU ED CLKLeavea.aopm )Conn....
by\ JV. Icl.'ullunCo Liver Tablets cornet I'. If you hate made &ret.Jlo.. do you ottbowoww .... .
a weak stomach or are troubled with bee would ban boesait . .. . . . . . . ..Jacksonville . . . .. Arrive: J am
tndljre.tion, you will find these tablets meanT -Well she 5:45 pm . . .. ... . . .Palataa . . . . . .. .Leave:oo pot
TOwn
Marshal Kills Msn. to t. lust what you need. For sale by the job of making Adam.Pbltadehpbia : 3 xx> am . . . . . . . . . Astor .... . . . . . .. 1:30pm
Tallulah t'.lls, c.;*, AprU :s.--o.. an d,ucl.t., JJree: :80am. .... . . . . . . .8%. . . 2 i00 yes

i born> UUcbeU was spot and killed by .. . . . . . .B.reefordDeLand) . . . . . I: Op-s .
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the marshal of the town >'U an effort -- --- ------ Arrh.JOam.. . . . .... San ford . . . . . . . . .:.IDalll

to ath'th11110 aM one Grade 10.-OQ._am- _. .. , f . EntorprUe..... . . . . . 10:0): sus
:
Lug..ton +
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wt.o had 1mtiW400 much mCND.A UENF.RAL. TASa. AND TICKEf OFFICg. W. BAT.ST.,.1ACE80lIJ'VILLE
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P. N tPOtf*)"OXlt.J*.. Art 0ea.?a. Acts, tf=wset tray -l..lwu.o..Q.. .Da.
Clay AyefsUscttlotll w. o. (x; rsa."r y1.ltat .... c. P.fy0 sla..bvstaa.Mss$..
ate hootef. R..u........ J.ee..t>Se. n.
c1r&te04 a* to th. ittfeaUoa A. C RAO 8dc...a rasa Ac-N..YL a."II J"n..n..1r..T"
or JU.rwUl Uacaahy U mrtac U the Tll.btl.Geoera. I WK. P. VYal aa.a 00..
t SlUI.0 smst, iV. -.....,. o..nJ ......"
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THE DAILY- SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MAY *, 1905 i3 ;

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UC'ATORS'SATSTATE Women as Well as Men Are i Made GENERAL MANAGER IS ACCUSED. .", '" .

'"","..."..-'-... ."- .., ..,.'. -'- ..",. .. .T515llInJL... ...,1ELie..15J, ..-....-- ... ". "....-,......._." '.'.1"" ," ..",, ;"'".'.''. ,-', -,"" 41 Je
miserable bj Kidney and Henderson: Denies the Embezzlement ;

CAPITAL Charge and Blames Lane. ,
Bladder Trouble.! Macon. Ga.. April 2S: -For throe TAIOTAfiii

Kidney trouble pre)'.. upon the mind, hours K. R. Henderson engaged the
itendents and Teachers ciscourayesaidlessrnsaml: : >ition: lieautv.anU jury in his statement r.':afire to tht _

to Hold State .,I"a c1Kor clierrfulne l- charges of (':nbt>ullng I: .n:)' $t7,lhit
.Convention
'
? tr:1 >s soon disappear
fr<):u tfc' MacMu and Blnu.ti.utiam; rail iS
J M lien the kuliieys are
he t, For Infanta and Children
TALLAHASSEE out of order or dis- road while held rate auditor's of. _

MAY 911 I ',. etlSCtd. nee. .
r Kidney trouble has With cool and steady II'' rsthe declared '
and instructive The Kind{ You Have
Interesting Pro-I become so prevalent ho had never ai'i>r.nrUieU l one ;
that it is
am. in Which Many Subjects of s -.J not umxmi* dollar of the rallrtiuti's niauvy. He
r mon for a child to be .
.. .
fital Importance of Public School I cborn afflicted with. admitted h*> had commit- ,1 au -rrot Always Bought
weak kUlncvs If the : in manii>>>ul; tlng the book.but declared
System Will be Discussed. I ,
< chiUlurinates toooften.if the urine scaMs : thai he did so at the orders ol Actablel'tepaMtionforAs. p ,
| the flesh,or if, when the child reaches an lmilallng UxFcHXlaixlReffula-
S following program will be car. the general manager who. ti.* said hadused tw
age when it should be able to control the ling the Stomachs onlBo vb of Bears the
oat at the State Convention of passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wet the money creating the shortage. .

.sty _Superintendent and other tin j ,depend upon it, the cause of the difficulty He charged Julian R- Lan' with high
001 officers which will convene in is kidney trouble, and the first and reckless livingand ixirttclpatlon _.. S. Signatureof XI

,)llahassee'from May Bth to llth, in. step"should be towards the treatment of in bucket shop deals and .inserted that .., p
.Ive these important organs. This unpleasant earnings\ of the railroad ha.l boon spent( PromnicsDiheslionCtwerrubnessandflhst.Lolttalllsnt'ilhcr; \ -
: trouble is due to a diseased condition of
Ill addresses on lettered subject the kidneys and bladder and not to a In family trljs| for the general manager ( norMiitcrai.Kor l. of w6
.
.t be written habit most to fashionable result In many Opwun.Morphiue .
E are not to ezceed as people suppose. ,
made miserable instances ho declared h. hail furnishd HAM c OTIC.
i words Women as well as men are ; -
and are to be handed to
with kidney and bladder trouble the money an auditor at th*> order ...
r secretary of the convention immeitelj h'.
both need the
and flUme great reDI
after delivery for publication. The mild and the immediate: effect of of Lane and had been >:11'11111 re "';"..,INJ l" t4...'I2J\'J'CIfIR' i asK'
i itl celpt. He said lane had directed tht t.
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It sold J. 4f
Tuesday May 9. by druggists, in fifty- dlacrepunry in the accmuus. and] al : ,\4'.s..a

a. m.-Invocation, Rev. F.'l.. cent and one-dollar ways managed to keep the Immense .......'-4 .- I *
ler; Address of Welcome, Mayor size bottles. You may shortage frttm showing Ill'| iiJ
Anderson have a sample bottle of the -J Jvwa
; Response Supt. W. J. company.ExGovernor '-.fwJ- ,
by mail free also a n.m.ota..e.a*.*. .
kra. pamphlet telling all about Swamp-Root, "'- ArwYr. :' f.tApt't1'ecl
Election' of secretary and appoint- including many of the thousands of testimonial Hawkins Dead.NashvIIIf. p 'US8

tnt, of committees letters receive from sufferers T -nn.. Apri. ;::-l-UOov. HomeJy forConsliprt- :t \ "'. "
cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co., UonSourSIOIt\d't\.UI.'Urr.) >on
hool U venaes-(a) "Will Co-op- Nathan Hawkins tll! 'cl'l\l.! his.
rrnor Sumo.AfV111iott'tFq'efi' : ish-
suit mention
Binghamton, N. Y., be sure ,
'Clan of All the County Superintend this paper. Don't make any mistake, homo this! morning 11..1: ) S.t.: :Mr I\t'ssnnd .tss or SLEEP. For OverThirty
ts Enable Them to Increase the I I hut remember the name, Swamp-Root, Havskin was one of 41"$ tl"'*t I.I"'WIn"lmbUeans ..-
aancial Income of the School Fund Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ..1. In the south and In 1SSO fAt'Sinj"", SIt/"I\lure/ or .. ,; .

Sufficient Amount to Meet .\11' dress Binghamton, N. Y., on every was elected Kovernor' of I lVntiee > do- i ArI:1V

,Monable Needs?-Supts. J. L. Kel-I I bottle.. . feated lion. John Y. "'r..xht. hut two 1'OiIK, Years
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andV.. B. Simmons, (b) I years later was defeat oj i by the lat
sore a Better Collection of 1'0111 I intendents Shelton Phillips and H. I.. : Senator WH.. Halt'11'. llawklnwa \ -
les-Supts. Geo. J. Graham and Mattair. (b) "What Changes in the i \ In lSi'S uppolntcHl by )I'.a.lc'nl'

Sward B. Eppes. (c) "The Legal I Law are Desirable?"-Superintendents I Johnson, consul general i III Cuba\ I lie CASTORIA 'xwCXACT
( ht of School Boards to Determine W. D. Cam and C..A. Fulford. resigned that pent In I iM'>.*i and! wa ''

County School:\ Levy."-Supts. Discussion opened by Superintend :. elected a !member of the supreme courtof COPY 01 WRAPPCR

ink and ent W. T. Marler, continued by volun Trnnessee. Mr. 1111\\ ktns was anative N
G. F. Tucker.iscussion .
Elzey ..-.... ...*, --- .-> 01OOO.
opened by Supt.! G. F. teen of Kentucky. II.! wan a pros - .. . ,.. ,
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continued by volunteers. 2:30 p. ma) "Would a System of : Identic) elector on the licll and Ever.ett -

"Should the State Progressive Salaries, Annual Increase : ticketIf ,
|:30p. m.-l
,. , I
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be Bated on Length of Continuous Ser '!'''-
perinteodent Authorized to Pub-
vie** in One /School:: be Conducive to the Baby is Cutting Teeth, EBT.A..nL1aJ: .
i Annually a Directory of the Pub
shools of the State, Giving thee the Bant Interests of Our Public Be! sum and use that old and well-

Enrollment and Length of School.?" Superintendents W. M. tried remedy, Mrs. Window's Sooth H.F.DUTTON&CODK.U.KItH

of Each School, Name and Ad Rowlett and O. C. Ounn. (b) "The : tug Syrup, for children teething-\ It ;

Relationship of County {Superintend soothes the child softens thtt K'im, '
|*a of Teachers,Grade of Certificate, : : IN-
Monthly Salary Paid?"..Sopts. A. eels to the General Educational interests allays all pain, cures wind colic and I.I is

| Batavia. System! of Instruction S S Niblack and 'r. II. Jack-on (c) : cents a bottle. ...

It be Made Profitable in Town "Should the Entrance R..quir..m..ntelof --- -- -.
the State! School be Uaisrd?"- Island Qjtton S44l(l/BaKiln and<(<1 Twine. Walrus _
Village ool.T"upt. J. C.
ipton and Bert Fish.. ((3) "The Superintendents It. L. Turner and t.. jJ'th.r in Stripn or SUltw.MaiuifacturerH .
Tucker. "State of FOLEY'SHONEYANDTARorlghtel
ircity of Teachers in Florida-the K. (4)) Uniformity
T..Ju.B'ok.-O dlu'\on.! \ of the Jaimvi Doig ImprovedS English '
|use and Remedy"-Supts. E. I.. Mc; ?
Intel and A. E. Morgan (U) 8 p. m.-:Mu.io. \ddrp.--Jflrt M .wi Lsland Cotton Gin and Supplied for ?"unu.

Lou! Libraries-the Best Means of I Pound, Superintendent East Florida
GAINFSti'ILLi.AINFSti'ILLi >RIDA. USA
Seminary. Music. Addre-s-Andrew
caring Them"-So pu. J. R. Walker ,.
Sl dd, President University\ of Florida .
bdS. M. Revel(

,8 p. m.-Music. Thursday, May II. Tba "W"ti.en. i 2D. JSToocb o

ftJAddress; -Dr. Lincoln Hulley. present 9 a. m. In..uc.'ioll-U. W. H LAXATIVE cough remedy.
Stetson University. Carter. *

t.Maiic. State Aid 1 to Public School.-(a) Tb genuine JOB PRINTING

'Address-Tom Jo'. MeBcsth editor "Has State Aid to High and Rural FOC.EYa HONEY and TAR .. la

Florida School Exponent. School Been frolh.bl.-Supnln- a Yollstw packa s. Itefua subsUtoios. .
tended R. E Hall and W. O.:'Gelger. I
Wednesday, May 10. Prepared only' bf : So-Q.cL -YouxOrder -bo
g i a. m.. In"ocatJoo-Rn. J. \V. Big (b) "What Regulation Should It* I Paley a o.tnp.n,. Ohio.... ,

am. Adopted by the State Uoanl of Eduea For Hale by J. 11'. Hri'sllma A O.I .

Compulsory Education) "The tion for Their OOYf'rnmflD'op"r --, -- THE SUN JOB OFFICE.
intendents W S. M. Pinkhain and W.
Extent and Success of Its Adoptlon"pt.:1. -

: E. Wood and W. R. Fletcher.4b B. Lynch,
Teacher.' Summer Schools <.) -"W"'orJc.: 1f Xoo"Lltcd.:: al''
) "Necessity for Such Law In ThisState"

-3upts. N. B. Cook and J. N. Should the Expenditure: of Tttes. aS Neatly Promntlv and Artistically
Schools b* Centraliied Upon Un. or
"What Limitations
Brown. (c)
fihoold be Incorporated Into Such a Two Strong Schools, or Still Further . .
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Distributed the Countle ?"
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T.La-Sapt.II. Owens. W. B. Dickinson and 8ap ri.t.nd.ntl (1. W. Todd., and SE..A. E a .A. :IR D:

Jobn Barnes (b) "How Can They b#> ,
J. II.Oirardeau .
Discussion opened by Supt.
Conducted More Profitably Than They :
[ continued by volunteers.
have Un-Sop.in'.D ft. Q. Air Line Railway
Special Tax Di.trleU-a) "Are the
Baker and J. F. Shands. (c) "What
Funds Properly ExpendedSup.MAX I.
New Features Should bo Introduced . . 1-0 U . : .
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and What Improvements Should b*

KRAUSS, Made in- Their Conduct?"-Supsrln* Savannah Columbia Camden Southern
tendenta J.. V. Harris and J. A. Jon.... ,
Representing Discussion opened by J. R. Frey,con.
, tinned by volunteers. Pines. Raleigh, Richmond Washington -

E. A. WEIL & CO., :::;.-' Adjournment.Report of eommitles. i Baltimore Phila-

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WHOLESALE SHOES Mt. Plasssnt M. E. Church
delphia. New York. :
) or in pe.eriptl.es. The )Ic. Pleasant. Methodist Kplseo>
pal Church colored, whieh ban been } r
--- under course of construction! for the

bole Agcnu forXOSAKCII aDd K01"EZ-. past year, having been twrnpUted, a w s. Thn EIugllnt'Yrulnn Dully.

ENtt QUALITY Phos. Every grand opening rally was held la that lirr..... i>.la..
edifle all during Sunday, beginning at Seaboard Florida Limited.
pair warranted. Absolutely It.. .frt and m w' o.e.o.nomieal -
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11 o'clock sod eootinalng until la I .1DIEhl. .,*
on the market.sises AU.i.
p..r.0"
Tb. rally was for the porpo*.! t Writ for
Agent -1 i to 2O bors |< jeer
I. Mtnme. of raising funds for partially d.'nlIDII prices, Seaboard Express.

- -' ,-- - - -- - the expense of tb- church baltdlog: GEO. W. MOYERS,

sad fiitures, and report are to the .f-. GaJ.......... 1'1.rbla Seaboard Mail.
feet that U was a grand suee>... Tbs : ;
ehuroh I. coa.trortvd of brisk and U -- -

HISS i. tioRionNOTIONS one of tb. floest--- --edifiee-- '.* .ia- _the. elc,. E. H. WATERS, MD ERICPULLMAMEQUIPMENTT'b.IIY.AWARI

A Good Svg... ) VUttLWA. U>HTtil Is a solUt ...Hb..... train, .*...
Mr. C. B. Walnwriibt Lemon City PRACTICAL .*M..4 sisluslr.lv' 01 new resiimae.q.lpwmat-IIning Oaf, !H ubU l/rawlac' .
|0011I HU s..rs. jft.CAtrorlftl sad Ot tvsila Cars-opera tin* ,*.lw.#ii Hi. Au.. <
Fla.. has written 'b. maaafMtarersthat a.se. sad 1..I&Mfty"a. lit $.. Yoffe. via W..J c&oa, l..rla( J>&. Aofustla .
AND sash better r..uJu ars obtaJ .d PAPER HANGER $II40 p. m. sad. JMkttmvlJto ligQdaltf. s ..->> Mu-xiats..
frooi the DM of Cbstob rWa'. Cot....
Oo&&." sad Diarrhoea a..aa.41 |. House Painting Only Linn Operating

NOVELTIES. rse .(orb-is paics la by the taaio suwnaxsj.U la...lie feoi: a4eikoVrra .a. and Deconti l. Daily Through Pall J11 Stoepera from Jacboflvill to New' MrNa'f

Saee.wr Ie "take.,. as ho'e tJUs.. .way*. U.'h 4ran effect Taat U doobUi *a.. .,.ws) II.... C..r.r. I:al..stW.. Ifla: : 'ow ,.nIDro- tried. elapsr! i,...".iMaM..U _Iasywrit. .

raM4Uy. "lt ***m. t* gel at ,... A. O. )i 4aDaiitaLJ.! . .. O. Ja.,
MRS. J. A. AMMONS rigid spot I....."" ," a. sayt. For Fall IU. *f Yai is sail Wall paler ....L. O"'raI.-....*.' "rbls..',.w 3.saiJAcoNYtLLY. ,
sal by all. dreUt u. \\m stoek at lowest rifles U UM> tra4s 1LQl DJ1. t 4;


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s D fi t't 1; , LEGISLATIVE ..MOTES.r5 Earthquake. in Switzerland. I
% Geneva,./. Switzerland Mar 1..-
k (!t h 2 'i""Xf In the House on Saturday Representative Earthquake shocks were felt here .'

.. UVIIs of Hillsborough introduced 2:45 this morning. The Inhabitant KING OF ALL LINIMENTS
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were somewhat alarmed and 'ol
VntereA at tb*Paas Omes.sl Gainesville... a bill entitled "An act .to provide many -
' ..seer d-e3$* maO matter. :: for the taking- of the census of them rushed Into the ,street but the:*.- CURES RHEUMATISM AND ALL PAm 1

the State of Florida In the year 1905." damage done in this city was very, ......LOI ,{_...L en_."" ..:1-.HaL...
B. O. McCBJ4RY.Editor Publlaber. slight. The shocks were felt i OL. ...a ocuc:>. .TIt.A.OTa"d IIAO : w.co..
and through
CURES .
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in regard Aeu OS'rnr .. ircaai:_..,..
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W. -WV ASHLEY, Associate Fdiwrl The Senate to the Key out the Santide valley and elsewhere. o
RaT............. OIUUNoAIII . au. WTUUSSMTMIM or SMSI .. ......T.
--- -- -- \\ftt railway\ came up in IheHouse They were acompanled by subterranean ...
JESSE URTZ. City Editor. Saturday. Seeral amendments seeking - rumblings. Some houses were

taxation for the road damaged ''InUlt" Canton Valers. The
a higher
LOUIS TraveJlllll Agent.
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: BRUMBY
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- .. were tabled. EhoduT .!apparently were more severe I 1 *

z t' a rlJ1nEwrrr. Supt. Coal>
amendment that provisions of the than elsewbfre.. Houses :were crackedand

? '-/.i OFFICES;: roKTKK EJXXK.: act as to taxation shall not be opera. tome old monuments were badly

jog W.Main Street S. T minion K 43-2 tire after.thirty year.and. that the. damaged4! !: church_ it .Argentlere

; Twa DAILY g VX:ittbheJ'every morning ex- flrit ten year after the passage of the' roads ao shaken. *'-that its. condition is dan.

t. A ..''ttpt Monday.delivered l>y carrier In the city or act shall not be Included in ih* ", IdthhllJeara. ,gerous. *
nailed to cMhe CniUil State,postage
A any part table this
: A motion to
\, free for fs.,'tflrst.to; nix month; S.2 S three
,, SDonth;or 30 cent for five .wetk.-attictly ta amendment was defeated,22: to 31. Shock ,Felt In'France.

advance. Mr. Roberts of Monroe strongly opposed Cannes,, France, May' 1.-Earthquake

the adoption of the amendment shocks were felt here and. aiPoatariier
n..lk..ln local column 10 cenla a line
JleAdlolt urging that it would endanger the and Gcx. between 2 and :3 J
for each additional
c. for first Insertion, and:9 I I'Cola
t. inacrtlon. consummation of the enterprise Mr. o'clock thin morng.:
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?q .. Rate for xbplay advertising made known oar Roberts depicted the longing.and tits erect READ THIS REMARKABLE CURE

application. need of the' people of Key We't and Meet In,,In of Good. Road.

the lower east coast for a railroad.. He Baton Kougp,'La./May;: t.-The na. "I was much afflicted with rheamatIsmwrite.

fortycolumn : referred to the fact that the new tional good :roa
X44. Thorndiy, and rootalna\ all the news of the road was asking no grant of lands t ed to order by President Moore: of the about on crutches and suffering a great. deal of.pain.
(i'' week, local, Btat4/and general, and will be I was induced to try Ballard's Snow Liniment which
which I it
J that most of the 'concession Good Roads
National association.!
He cured after three
me, using 50c bottles. IT IS THI
r tailed po/t* t frwj to any part of the United
1J Elate or Caaada.f. |i.ooa year-la advance. had a..ked had already been denied ; Introduced Governor Blanchard, who GREATEST LINIMENT I EVER USED;have recommended -
L hat Monroe county's Senators andtepreientatives made ah address of welcome. Ad. it to a number of persona, all express)

:11 All ad rt"lnc"bllla Income due after fintappearanc.tCJ had never voted to dressqa Wero also made by' President themselves as being benefited by it. I now walk
( advcttlaeu ent. unless otherwise without crutches and am able to perform a great
t, stipulated In contract. JMttlca not known to ua ,I deny any other. section any aid asked Boyd .of the University of Louisiana; deal of light labor on the farm."
for advertising in ad. toward securing a railroad 'for their ion. Minor: Wallace member of congress THREE
will be required to pay SIZES: 25c SOc AND $1.00
,t, vaace. Addrcaa, TUB UAII.Y SUN.GAIXBSVIU.B ection. Ills appeal on behalf of from Arkansas; Judge Falconer,
,.,.. KuuTHE I Key West was really the' most eleqoent of Arkansas; J. C. Clair, of Illinois, BALLARD SNOW LINIMEISTCO.

it 't'------ ------- plea heard In the House this and Walter Clarke, of Clarksville, ST. LOUIS. U., S. A.

'1' GOVERNOR'S HOUSE. session, and at Its conclusion Mr Miss.

tob-rts received continued applauie. .
s"? : At the Saturday morning session of Mr. Stephens replied.

p the House of Representatives, the special Mr. DuPont of St, Johns spoke SOLO AND RECOMMENDED BY
Pain the W. M. JOHX ON.- Gainesville, Fla. J. C. BlHHOP Flit
c business before that body wa briefly and strongly against the adoption in ; Alachua,

k Mr; Melton' bill to provide for the of Mr. Stephens' amendment, and ---- -

pugcbaie of a site and the erection, the previous question being moved HeadIs

.. building! and furnishing of a mention the roll was called and, the bill
thereon for the Governor of the State
pa..t'd.3" to 13. a danger signal, warning
, C of Florida, and making appropriation These voting in the affirmative were ttfessra. you that the brain nerves are The East Florida 4NORMA1

for the same and other purposes pertaining Avery, Bryan Bookman, exhausted-irritated, and are Seminary
::4 thereto, and an amendment offered
Campbell. Canter Carlton, Dorman, undergoing an unnatural strain.
;' by Mr. Melton\ authorizing that uPont, Dyal, Hill Jewell, Johnson Frequent and prolonged attacks -
the building commission shall be authorised Jolian King Knight Knowles Mc- :
.' of pain weaken the generative -
iL and directed to inquire if Callum Matthews Melton. CM lead
mi power of the nerve --- --
there li at present erected any building Oven Paul Peaden, Plrrong. flaw).. cells of the brain, and lead to
t4 ; which can be made to serve the Roberts Talor.'Ion. The Normal Glass March
Rosberough, Joss of memory, melancholy, I Opens 13
purpose of a governor' mansion, and Wilson of Hernando, Wilson of Jack. spasms epilepsy, and frequently -

; to further Inquire as to whether Jack. sou,\Wilson of Lee. Those voting, lathe insanity. Continuing for Eight# Weeks.

:, son Squire (the square immediatelysouth negative were: Mr. Speaker When the brain nerves are

of the residence of President A. tlanton of Taylor, Bradihaw., Crawford weakened they are unable to This is the Teachers' Normal Institute for Alachua county and is
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Ni A. Murphree of the State College and Duval!, Filllnglm. llarvell. Herndon supply'' sufficient nerve forceto endorsed by the State Superintendent as one of the Normals under

; built by the late Colonel John A. lien. Kirkland Sledge, Smith of Ham- the nerves that control the his control. Lady teachers can be boarded in the Young Ladies"

z derson) belong to the State and can be. lion, Stephens and Williams.The lungs heart, stomach and Dormitory, and board can also be procurtd at reduced rates in the

r lIed as a site for the mansion, was city.The
other organs, and these organsare classes in the Seminary both in the Literary and Business

l1 adopted. State convention of county superintendent thus robbed of energy, and Departments, will be open to those desiring to enter at any time,
)lr, Noble) of Lake offered an amendment besides the regular Normal work.
of public Instructionwill unable to meet the demands
to limit the! cost of construction For further information address the Superintendent.
+ meet In Tallahassee on Tuesday. upon themand they get sick. I
4 of the mansion! (
i' to 115,000. This May lath when the needs of Florida's Stop the head pains with Dr.Miles' : JERE M POUND
amendment defeated
was andhft bill ,
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school system will be considered from Anti-Pain Pills and the

was Ing. ordered engrossed for thi ead Ih. standpoint of the officials whose influence upon your general GAINESVILLE, FLA.

duty It I is to administer the existing
m -----.-- health will be greater than you
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"Still" hunting In Kentucky hasnever school laws. can realize. .": ; Y:' ,'.'" ,, ;"". :;::: ... : '1elaatul :::";"..: '--.' ..
'1 want to tell you how thankful Iam'
been very safe business In Ken- Senator Taliaferro ha won the favor for Dr. Mllra' AnU-Patn Pills. 111'o.asw
tuck,. From a child I bare been subject: to
of the people of Florida by histonest sick headache and never found any ,

------- : efforts to work for the bet iu- of Lasting Dr. Mil rrUtt..' until Anti-Pain I received PlUa a while.arnpl In
UoJ. "tvenskj : "I will tight h out ABSTRACT
: ereitsof the 8tat.. It must be asource O.nva fix years at>. By taking one I & REALTY
on this line, If I run keep in neutral of it uauiUly throw off my pain ao I COMPANY
gratification to be thus regarded can go about snv tiom. duU...."
{ waters and away gram Togo." : by his constituents.A Mns. ALMA OATES.
. U. F. 1).. No. .. Geneva, Ohio.
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Or. Mlt.' Anti-Pain Pills are sold by
President Uuoaevelt will return to change; of United States ministers your whO will guarantee that
'' trt* first package will b4I..4Itlt. "It E. E. VOYLE. MGR.
1Tashingtuu about May 10. The hunt In the Central American countries will falls h. wtn return your meney.M .
will break up a few dajs earlier than hI' tn.de. Why not adopt the plan of doses, 2ft tent. Never sold In bulk. Abstracts of Title and fall Information famished regarding lands U ibis
'; was expected the Methodist conference It would Miles Medical Co.,,'Elkhart. Ind county. Oar manager has lived in this county thirty year sot
Is thoroughly conversant with land
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probably put a on
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4 There- Is one feature of the running

tight! In favor of the Russians In the Special to the Czar "do far we 'VHI.TE9S E. E V a Y LE.l

F!' nary-they rau eat while they are get hue succeeded In eluding Togo. 'DJ .

tint away from the Japes In doing, we will avoid the effusion of Cream Vermifuge FIRE ACCIDENT, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE. Representing
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t ; -ltujestvenskyh .
- -- -- a number of prominent American and English companies.
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The wratnrr t Saturday at ttavannawas BiUITEEl
Verdict of Not Guilty.Thomaavllle. HE O t-ia.o8v'111e f s F'lOTit3Qt
the hottest for April In nine years.
the Oa, May 1.-At t
mercury going up to I+o. The WORMREMEDY ----
t-0 mark .... reached in Gainesville.IVople o'clock this morning the jury In tot -
case of J. B. Barrow, accused of tb<

murder of his mother-In-law, Mrs. Minnie
who would read the dally .
pa Parish, on Dec :1, brought la avrcdlct c FaySholesTypewriter
pen ertandinitly during i the .umntvr. -
f of not gnllty. The Jury wa .
should b'ty a copy of t">pauldlng'slUcfliall
t out for 15 hours. Barrow la an ant t THE CHIlDREn fAVORITC TOWIC.eswaae .
iuidi. and 1 p("t tip on therules. acct on the Atlantic Coast Line and .. ...,.,..e.a.Bnllnrd'Snow .

on the day of the trntnly attempted .-Liniment... eatv.t Co.S pI

I Th! Knchch: i>t>o.le) will try and gook w to kill his wife. Harrow had confessed T. tools ao.
the killing to several people am
k their own cotton. Tha,' of the Fer Male br W. X. J.ha..tt.MENLDWBN. .
opinion that the, Mrillsh Cotton Urow.er for this reason the verdlet cauaed a ACKSOTTLEIM1ED

' Association roaaUou. TilE IJE.'iTX.1(1I1
can supply both
quart* ,
.a.t'
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lily and quaiity.Muir -- . Deafness Cannot be Curedby g _w e...._.... E 05 11E! JJABIETI -
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one who. wanted- - to Jar the I local) application, as they cannot r r a..a .m.__._.......1...11, r.r L,. IIas Tabulator
lit
}'rt'* .hl"'. rlf.roiitftfkt, has
led! the report thai one of hit an. There is only one way to cure deafness. 0 MN... .i.taasw.wt Machine.Ughtest .
' and that I Is ... a Wa .,..... '
c+ lor* was a uiemtK-r of the Penney I by constitutional remedies. T.s.4 .. .._ ..-w. .. "
tania 1..I.la'.r" I IWafne is caused bv an Inflamed eon. .I .a se......a...n.. .
. a..w assn M Skift LIgbtMl Roanlng The
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------- I Kuataehian Tub, When this' tube la Champion SVri....,. of the World

Before we had many railroad in this : inflamed you have a rumbling sound or UM the Fay-Shole.. More ,.,.81101!** in :
ouutty Hut iro'erttutent built a na impvrfret hearing, and when .it it en*
"unal nke from Philadelphia timely <,closed deafneee ,is the result, us. la GalneTllle th,n any other machine. :
to !
i-euis. If" St.: and uhl.... the inflammation eau be 1
had few
a Stale ,
roads In taken
Jtorida' out and this tube restored to fts .. ,
It would not lx- a I>a4 Idea. normal I condition, hearing will bed.struyr.t '
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For Sale
uatea by. . :;
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--:--:- - forever; nine' cases out of ten I..ww.MnMa. \
All tbet.'',,pu wuo -- j are caurd by catarrh which .. nothing .,.Lalesa .;. -=. -a.r1M,
COY.1Talt
try to .IN At{ f
r 'a tuak. Mw.ia attempt bat so inflamed condition of the ma. .-loss .fr....... W a./dgr.asses at-. THE SON Gainesville Fit.
h tuft< \bdr.. !I remarks regard.''oMU surface.. -.e N,r..... ,
Carnegie' mutt admit } We otter ODe Hundred Itollars! lie- '*'-duel Y.kg. M Msdaanrw..a
;. that I
the b. Lu .huwn tnore sense ,0 ward for any cue of deafa. .. caused by sa-......... rr....... tlw. -.
snap,, of bis his nl" marrying '*iarrh that eanoot M eurrd by Hall tlIw ...owae '.-
maD a Catarrh Cure. -
.than. fto.' I trepl. In his "Ireufttl&Dr. \.i r' J e..T A Co..Toledo.o. 's,

would 'U tn&rrJhaC "la,,,.. to'fah Held by d nlU'WUI.! j Advertise in THE SUN l

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SUNDAY'S' MEETING First NON-CATHOLIC Meeting Was Held MISSION.Sunday Evening WORKING I WOMEN r hifaihushok1Fi% l nos


WELLATTENDED and Was Well Attended.The a

mission for non Catholics which ".',1'I' '.(..;:.,.,. '

': i ill being conducted*by RCT. P. J. Bwsnshan Their Hard Struggle Made Easier-Interesting Statements NOTED' FOR SWEETSESS'.L IDU&ZJ.
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;Union Meeting at Tabernacle Diocese of St. Augustine, began POWEI&'c '

Sunday Was Big Success. in St. Patrick's. Catholia Church by a Young Lady in Boston TY OF TONE ''

Sunday evening, a good audience being and One in Nashville Tenn. DUiU1U LITY. .... '

present
PROGRAM WAS INTERESTING Father --- -.-
Bresnahan.
who is a most

'. impressive speaker addressed the coogrpgation 4
list plaao for tbl IrTUwr eUmat, stand .IH
Was Held Under
[Meeting Auspices of on "The Conditions of Sal /uo.loeg.r teas.ther.,eoaslrueted

Ministerial Association, for the Purpose ration, Faith and Baptism" A great vest malarial*,and moat ariimiaworkmanahlp Yp

F of Encouraging Better Attendance deal of Interest was manifested iu his .. obtloablv Iw
Ui \0 dlte a ,
remarks. pv every
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at Sunday Schools. t I detail'' and Us.essled. -
This mission as its. name indicates .
The; union.meeting of the MlnUterial while bring held under the aupice of Y

: Association of Gainesville, which" the Catholic church is not intendedfor fP Sold by us continuously for s

was held at the Taberoscle Sunday afternoon Catholics, but for the purpose of

and participated in by mem- converting those not Catholics to the OVER THIRTY TWO YEARS

| bera of the Methodist:: Presbyterian, Catholic religion. The meetings; will

[Baptist and Episcopal churches, was continue every evening during the \+ without a single failure. If Ton
\ want a piano for a lifetime'sservice ,
well attended, which was evident thatthe week op to and including Sunday at buy theM +

| people are manifesting a great deal 7:30 o'clock. Everybody is invited to

|.of interest the religious welfare of come and place their inquiries in the
xthuEhe k T
,. the city, pecially in the matter of question box.Chamberlain's. :.
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increasing: the attendance at Sunday I
,' schools. Cough Remedy the Prtoe a* lOw a* U ooitaUleal web quality
Cub or on sacs terms Sent oa It day*'
This meeting was called especially Very Best. ll%sfynAieQrse1' Il/iriPe rl Ace 'J UtaL W* I'U fr..llIlIWrtu..

to discuss Sunday school matter! with "I have been using Chamberlain's for i>rlt>.> TOO AY. .

l:,a view to increasing interest and at- Cough lieme'dy and want to lIal It i la

'i.'tend.nce. and will no doubt have the the bet cough medicine. I have ever

desired., remit. I taken" says Oeo. L. Chubb a merchant I All women work ; unmet In their' ItaAton, tell women how to stout such Ludden & BatesSouthern t

". The following program was rendered : of Harlan, Mich There is DO : homes, .some In church and acme in ..tiffv'riit;:i sea write:
the whirl of And in I
society .
atorvs
about its being the best it lruar1., : .*. llnkhm
Christian question as
Hymn "Onward '
Sol-I mills and shops ton of thounaud are "I iiT( _il miwry for ..,,_I Tfr..with|
.d to rs." will cure a cough or cold in less time oa the' never-ceasing tr'aJluUl.earnlu6f'' Invirular mtiunnmtiiin, Jdv tmck arhxil I Music House,
Opening prayer-Rev. T. P. Hay. than any other treatment. It should their daily bread. hat IxNirlntf and fr*<|unt hMt(<
'owIIJ"'ln.
Ten minutes address "Facts evel- always b.> kei.t In the house ready for All are subject to the name physical I I .vtim; 1 .) ) p and could I Imr.llrrtrMK SAVANNAH, GA. ,
aruorvi. I run+ult.l two loIa) ymtriaii*
toped: by the Religious Census"-Dr. F. much instant less use,lime fur a when cold can be cured in laws: all suffer alike from the aatue without ...1I..t. an.l as a last rmort. I trtvit I JOHN D. MURPHY, Mgr.
promptly treated
disturbance anti the nature of Lydtahl'inkhambt'.ytetsWef5orp rondsnJtheir l
physical
;
&&P; Bollock. For sale by all druggists.' duties in many raae. quickly f to inr Burp>rt.>. every *..!... .,,-.11'|" n left nee. RNTAllLINIIED: . 1870
,> Ten minute. address, "Why is It So drift them Into the\ horror* of all Isl.lUIteup.)un.LaaJamhii|..r ft tw<*.ltli." GAITHER BRYAN State
Ag'ts
Many Children l>o Not Attend SundayshoolT" CHINESE GORDON. kinds of female complaint, ovarian, Mle, Pearl Acker of 327 North< Sum* ,

-ttev. S. B. Rogers.Hymn trouble., ulceration falling1 and dl*> mer street Nathvlllo Tcan., writhe. TAMPA FLOUIIU.HLNKMYII.IKH .
_ d His Romantic Career the Subject of placement of the womb, IiMieorrhiea, .. -- ..
during which a collection will or perhaps irregularity or'suppression Ihwr t taken up. Dr. Little's Lecture. of "mooth1.rloda" causing back "I s.IIITIlIh |..lnfut! ir rlrrls l severe. < !' FAVOKITKKKNOKT. ;
.. ..
tkAhe. .
l-.inl&
<< "wn Iwbrr palm
.' Ten minutes address, "The Valoe of H, request Dr. Henry W. Little. of ache, nervouaaesa, irrllablllty and the a'"I'M""": war very ...'\.M1.i ant IrrltaUM -
enonal Work in Building Up Our Ocala< ha* consented to deliver his lassitude.Women. and nit tumble prVxr: wdrn*"\*ry m..nth. 4
"Mv >hr.lflau tatted to I>H' end tcWI +
who .tan'l on their ft'et..11 | hell1 1'
Sunday School"-Rer. F 11. Craighill. great Chautauqua lecture, "Chlne.eGordon. ..... t there ..1.1 l t 0) try l.ydtit Jo:. iliifthain s 1'e .t atlk
Hymn ." at the Seminary Auditorium troubles l moreother.. '- *> Cot np.atn.1. 1 ..ntn fi''unil U wa ting m* Alachua Pool
Parlors
Komi All my |MtiiM awl' "'<-hen ,11..1'1-. ,,
Thursday night. Dr. Little Is
: Ten minutes address, "The Value of "
.
awl I f.
They especially require< an lavlgoratutalntng no tamper *r soy w tJl.tWl"'ri."t.p
aDds)' School Work"! -Rev. T. J. widely known a* a church worker and lag, meilitfine which will Lydia: PlnkhatM, Vegetable. rom.treDIet.hf'n *

lion.Y lecturer, and I.i one of the most entsr- the female orgaaUm and pound la the unfalliutf i cur for all these ('. Burr, Proprietor.Located << .

:' ; Ten minutes address, "The Duty of talning and instructive lecturers on enable them to bear easily the fatigues trouble It atrnirthen the proper
of the day to sleep well at night and j muscles and with all itshorrent -
parents to the Sunday School"-R"r. the' American platform. A great treatis to rise refreshed and cheerful placement
y.
will crush'
P. HayHymn I in store for our people.Dr. no more you.
How dlitr aalnr| to see a woman Knokaolin, ill Ain.aa, fainting, bear
and benediction. Little has visited in theIcent' In the Potter. Hlook s'
person struggling to earn a livelihood or perform Ing dawn pain, dlnnrtlertnl atomaeh south
; -----.-----. of the great events in the life of her household .Iu Ue" when, her noa.Ilnr"a.dlallkeoffriends\ andeneletybeck side square. Three flrst-elas* tables.

.. Attention K. of P. the wonderful man he has chosen as and head are aching, she I* au -all symptoms the one iauawll loud lls.hu and prompt and eourleoosservice. i
his theme Lord Gordon has been tired she can hardly drag about or Ixt quickly; 11I."II.Ii..1" << It will make The public I I. cordially Invited
The of Mt.
regular weekly
t : meeting
stand up, and ..nrruU".IDt'n t. causes you strong and well and always .I..nm.,
Vernon Lodge No. 20, Knights; of Pythias. styled the greatest hero of the historic pain the origin of which U due to You can tell the story of your *ufferlng _. .. ... I<,
will be held at the castle hall this ages, and perhaps there is no chsrsc- some derangement. of the female or-1 to a woman, and ret'olr b..lp>

jerening: at 8 o'clock it which a full ter, either historic or mythical, the ganist:. ful advice tree of ooat. Addrv Mr.
Mia Oraer of Warrenton Street Maa.
r. Pinkhara Lynn I
(attendance ia desired story of whose life is so Instructive: \and I %
Lyd14 & Plalrhaia's. Yttel.bae Cttn stead Sacceed Where Other FalL1 A
J. A. PIIIKKR C. C. inspiring.The

AV. R. McKixsTRY. K, of R. & S. pobile is cordially Invited. A __ _. ._.____u . . = _. _._ n _.

-. - -. ... .- -.- .- silver collection will be taken up at Town Nearly Destroyed by Fir. I Br Skin for White House.
the close of the lecture. )Macon Oa,. Apn : .-The business a5llLwrIcE
MEN ARE POWERLESSTe
Colorado Springs, (to April 24.Th .-
--- ?
portion! of Arab!. In IVxriy roan
a .. hides of eve Iwar slain
by lied.dent l-
> Flsrbt Aal4 Dl__ r..... Tae 7 Warning ty. was almost m.*rely wjjx-il out t b1
Strtk at III. UBderlrtBSI c..*.. You cannot have good health unless fire last night. !'he loss will resell i ) Roosevelt and three bobcats kill'fd IliCaal4e stilt) arc tho beat .4;
Dr. amlxrt l have beta
by rWetl
'. To treat Dandruff. and Falling stair your kidney are sound for the kidney ,&O.OOO. Only one store, that of the in thu land for thu !
with Irritant or oil. on which a paraaUla e.1 l her to bet drt>*si-d and cored aftrr money
filter the blood of Impurities which Arabl Mtrcantllt ,Is Ml
will I le like company I
germ prop coopln which they will b_ shipped to tbs AHk iloulur for tho
,' water from the ocean to prevent the tide otherwise act as irritating poison and standing. The main buildings destroyed you

from ruins'' break down the delicate organs of the are those uf Harold A. Smith' "hlto (louse ... .. "Sunny Jim" 8ho and In. ''
Too cannot accomplish a satisfactory - -----
cur. without havlnc a right untS..tan.IIn. body and cans serious trouble. If you W. L. Patterson & Co.. Cubb & Royal The family medkin In tuouaaniU <>f Hint on gutting it. Y'
of the fundamental cause of the 1'. U. I. Smith the Masonic home and
have kidney or bladder trouble and do
,.Y homes for 03 years-(.. Tbaclver'. Liver .. .
'
trouble. not use Fall" '. Kidney Cure, you will the postofflc, with all the main mat I
Tou most kill the Dandruff O rm.Newbro's and HliMxi Syrup.ROOMS .
have only yourself to blame for re. ter. It la not known buw the lyre THE SUN
It
llernlcid dose this because snlt, as it positively cure all forms ofkidney -. _.. _. .
to specially mad to do that very thine.TVlwi started. I
the la removed the hair and bladder diseases. Sold by JOB }PRINTING
germ AND BOARD
has no choice but to rum hlthyowtb J.V., )McCoIlum Co. -- --
- ---. --- Notice.
ass beauty. I DEPARTMENTMakes
Destroy" the cause you remove th* Minister Bowen Called Hoene.Washington Notlee Is hereby given( that the Med For Colored People

e1Tect.Sold by leadlnr dmrH t.. Rend l oIn May 1.-fercrrury leal Kismlning Haiti for she E..hlh'. 'I a Specialty of All Kinds ;
.tamp for sample to The Tlcrpleld Co.. Taft baa received tnstrucUoas from District will\ meet at Htarke $KITTIfi M'CKAV. ,
:Detroit. Mleb. the president to call Minister fovea of Plain and Fancy
Kla.. lOi. Qih
m. Tue.4.y. May IMA.for .
J. H. Bodlferd A c.. Special feats Bow st Caracas, to Washington; den the purpose of examining appll* 1 IOU Writ Liberty Street.

to send )!r. Kuaaell. now minister to cant foreertineatre to practice tndleln -
Colombia, to Caracas, and Mr. Bar and surgery .! Accommodation* ." *CJ.o| ,. Itsir. CommercialJob
J. .' McKtvsTftT.O : . R*ae.nabl.. X.ief d.slrsble resort for
The GashGrocery rett, now minister at Panama to Co E WBLCN. Pr-.. dl.4 I I colored pof>l. in |h. ell,.
lombla. It Is stated that If Mr. now.PD' .
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action relative to the ceases of Printingd

fectinx Assistant Secretary loots art

not subject: to criticism, It la the pres

: Co. ident's purpose to Mad him as mlalstei Turpentine Operators Attention . For. .
,
to Chile and tbea probably as aaba

odor to liraxIL
Business MenProfessional
4kyi;! ,

J. R. EMERSON & CO. Negro Dies on Cat'lew*.

'., New Orleans May 1.-Jules Val... Men Y

:; .eats fr floe a negro was banred at DonaW The Standard Naval Ktorcrt Company of
soavtQa Friday. OH. montng last Barrlar1R Hall l+teel Cat (:.II'N.nal1arol' f
September VaJeatls eatr4 the sSom Jacksonville, Florida, are now prt-paiwl to
Obelisk I'lemr.
'I Legal Blanks Short !Notice.
of W. C. Itasllp, at DooaJdMMvUJ, on

bent oa robbery. Ha aod *aUUly. contract: with indci>cndent producer and

We have the Choicest Goods aroused Mra. llstllp sod to quiet afstrnck The following I...., from oo. of oar

j on our dally br aterribUi' blow m tae faoskaocklac will pay tint Savannah prlco* for lloiln and mall order ....'om.r* I. s.l/( 'iptatts*

her left yobaU oat of Its cry r 1
.IAulnlll_ Ky )'.b. 77 /flul J,
f ,
r: ..... :'i is XU..... socket sad foreiag Its snbeegasat ye Spirits! Turpentine dellvenrl at either Jack- U. H. )Crarr.. ,

Pota&oH. per peel . aIoe movsL VaJeaUa was eaaa.d. cap
i'Jri.b.B.*t Whit Bacon per E-OUDd. .Igo tared and cool"*,:. fryacatoc teat fvonvillo or Fernandina. Fru of Vs.., H n R..*ltd Ih. prlnllo f
I>ark..'. tfUd [)r". DIt l'fMQu..a : t .reat.a Ml. but a .p oai term of cor" htoruge, mailer la des ilm-, and will., thai 95
ou.... 14a held Led the U. U trfolly .....,altktry, I Ilk* the
was acro: tce kt..a.o.OWHtC .
::.J.r a CADS Cora :mot in prance or corntnbiKlon charge W., aro ea'*&lops so mu h. )taay thanks for t

.r. a C... P.... end your prompt ali-ejAO ia filling order.
: 8 Case Tomato. 3 lb. cans z5e .*. also l to make liberal advances. In. Yen. fret!
: 2t prej are< Ma. M. C. CotfavrvsTT.
:} 3 eau Freeh Oaoessoaod Toralp Mr*. Joi 8011...*'. HremoodTos.rite. .. '

, ; Fresh Extra Fla Cot:... .. April II, heft "1 hare tt-*4 ventigato our methods of hipping in tank 6 food orders lo Tilt: 8UX

"; All OraVrs I.,...,IJ, mini.Phozs.e Ballard's hotr tlaim. ..t la my family OaT.*all| .. Via ,

r. 176 for three year I would ... 1M with- care-it will nave you Iota of money. For .. .-- .- - ._. ._- ._ ...-._ --

ass It la Ik* a*.... I has ..* E. J. KIRK
'!.. f>- Bf IUU. drl for gro.Ui pala*" aa4 further information apply to ,

.sees. her ...... II eared lie,. rf alaway. Real EsUt UM
MILLION BRICK Riftt
,
FIVE I bar also _sd 1C 1M'.... .,.... ., 1\rr'

.*. fsws with good ....*... It to tale A..*s to.assesses A IMeVfttCat. 'M K icy a/'' _;:r, +
I rtsw base the ea..t s 4 best bd3dI u.... ., ..** STANDARD NAVAL STORES CO Ixbssrrrt + : -.' .. . '''' ? ,
I fag bdtk trade a Ue.rgis wire s$ r.y.s..s best I ever a 7b..gOfi r ,,a' ,*" s;;. .-.'.' .... ",. \
s.t 6Mr gs t.1a ptes deltterJEXS ... ft CfX: : IJoW br W. It.tiaia "......... J1a.r.LNa : i&t; : ""., ..: '
G lY. *.Ut., nm., a.4 1. C. .....,. j .,"'fl, .frl".!!:; ".'

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6 THE DAILY SUN: &MNESYILLE, FLORIDA, MAY 2, 190>> .


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SPOTTED IN I """ """ "
FEVER GERMANY.
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NEWS FROM ALL

It haa an Intimate Connection with In,

.. PARTS OF FLORIDA fluenxM and Pneumonia. Ilf

Ins.. Coeeh Spr.. Tw. Coal.ta. Berlin May 1.-An Intimate eon You Are Insur1Mr

la td.. std y atet.Eaty. neclton between influenza and spotted 0 1

Brief Happenings From Various wt fever cerebro-spinal meningitis now '" i
epidemic la Germany Sa surmised br In a Company that is Responsible, Have a Policy Correct y
Sections of State. some German Investigators -of cause Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company I

oC the dl.eaae.Scientists __ Pays Losses Promptly s
day to Thursday, and were brought
MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS I not to b
THE appear tully sat- *
sheriff of Johns
over by the St. county
who lea giant in statute.-Ocaia laved that the bacillus la present In You Are AssuredThat \
Transpiring In "The Land of Flowers. pneumonia
Star, April 28.TRIBUTE i
Things -Boiled Down" to Suit the So eaUed Pfeiffer bacciUoa which
causes Influenza has been discovered no serious loss can overcome you without you have some \
Busy Reader-Hems of Interest to TO AMERICAN STAGE.Netatf .
tn a Bomber of cases, of meninelUs. refuge ___ ____ _____ i
All Classes. The epidemic latterly baa
Drvlae Declare ....... ........* aasvmed amore \
The Polk County Record will print een a Consecrated filse I I I serious form In SOescia In the *

> the delinqent tax list of that county. CUoaco May 1.-la a gtowlag; tribute -I Bentaea were district reported_ oat of for 28 the cases week 21deaths ) Fire Life, Accident and Health Insurance.l \

r0 Bradentown !II making improTemeoU to the American tat*>. Dr. JCmil
which ended April 26 and 'in the tat i
: on streets and otherwise beautifying G. liirach has declared that Joaeoa ) None but Reliable Companies Represented.
towiU district last week there were \
that delightful city. Jefferson was as much a consecrated .
n new case and 27 deaths.Sporadic .
The sheriff says the merchants of priest of God as any minister in any 4
cases are
now
?>' Tampa must close their stores oo Sunday laltb. Ills pulpit, rat lua .ti e. and daily from nearly all parts of Germany reported A. Nt. CUSHM.A.N:: \
& s tor three saturations he EaJ workedfor .
to
or go jail. i
the bei-.r-ntnt of the world. ) Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
New Smyrna has been adding several A Positive \
Necessity.
Dr. Uli.c.ii tribute came at the
new book cues to its free library.
., close of his! lecture to 'reJ:?!e Israel Having to lay upon my bed for 14 /O/1 I\d
A library should be kept in every town.A .
in which be- d.afourM: up..u -L3uc Mr day from a severely braised leg. I

lodge: of Woodmen of the World, anJ Those Who Make Us Lauks:&." To only found relief when I used a,bottle - -

i the great fraternal Insurance order I man who( does not laugh b depicable of Ballard'e Snow Liniment I can

fr .will be instituted at Holfo, DeSoto ,," aid Dr. tlintch. "and it is tae cheerfully recommend it as the best t'IU.LIl'E&HD F.JORDAN

y ; county. Jtaioin, totluu*.deceitful hypociit t&:*. medicine for bruises ever sent to the ,

The editor of The Zolfo Advertiser dues not i iaugb. Tt.utiUiat make ua afflicted. It has now become a positive ACCIDENT IN
-D. R.
necessity myself.
upon
lias been receiving hens on subscription :laugh fully suve their purr.e la i.te Byrne, merchant, Doverwille' Tex THE OLDEST

and now has fresh laid eggs for and the world U better 67 .**f ur tu'=.. as. 23e, SOs and $1. Sold by W. M. INSURANCE
AND BEST COM
breakfasteverymorning. betug. Tfce .age U elevatingtfat; Johnson. Gainesville Fla., and J.. C.

A company has been formed to bore three. generation a sal Rip \aM \' u.. Bt.hop. Alachua. Fla. ANTES .

Me made u* laugh tie Milt*! us fro y .
.
-t for oil in Samter county, with $120.000
; capital. Some of the leading capitalists carts anj uiudv u& IiN things in a I-,. NOTICE O? DISSOtCnON..

of the State are in the enterprise.Leo ter iijht. lie is passed! war and hsvUli To AH w.o.a"far Cooeerm: Th. ana of. ,ft f f'fI PORTER BLOCK GAINESVILLE
ue the UngUotn of ht'AUI. tit S be'rceC'bu this dar been di.
Lee, a blue jacket from the battleship olred- by BMtaal eoaneciu H. B. JPUnip rear*
was in truth a con *> Alabama was arrested for kill. ta or J. Starr!Steraberrer.wfco .
the Almighty God; hU lilace was. Ms via amuaiiL all notes._ownu sad dcbta
ing: Walter Mann at Fensaeola. Lee pulpt: ana Yo ben he occupied it ttatheater owed by she arm and to whom att note, ac- G. S. MERCHANT & GO.
;; .was drunk and struck: Mann, .who fractured the eta and debts due loG the Ortn are to be-
*a& temple. paid. J. STARR STKRXI1EKUEH
his skull his fall the U. B. PHJIJUfS.Gaiae .
by stone
: on "The Retailers and Jobbers In
stage; presents to us life from
(tQ., Fla..Mar I. IBU'SxJqESS
walk. all J lu aspects and therefore:
lu pictorial

Dan I.oRan.n obstreperous colored eloquence opens oar eyes to : :: : CA.B.DB Staple and Fancy Groceries

prisoner In the chain-gang near Fernandina deeper rtalitiea. The true stage wtll .............- -- ,

was accidentally shot by the never recognize the Tile- the pure who:
D&RE B. ORRIS,
guard, who tried to hit him over the I enter the theater shall leave It as pare JR. firaln, Garden Seed and Fertilizers.

head with the butt of his pistol. The I as they were when they entered. Life
. .DENTIST. . .
SOUTH SIDE SQUARE. : s GAINESVILLE. FLO KID A
wound is not considered dangerous. i is not all: in Sunday scJhooL"The

t The carrying of thirty-four convictson Highest market price paid for Chickens. Eggs and other Prodoc

the Dunnellon train this afternoon Richest Man In the World. OOe over )areas End: el's. All work rawJ

created quite a breeze of excitement The rieh<*tt man in the world cannot' .w.4.

"' at the A. C. 1.. depot Twenty of them have hi* kidneys replaced nor live with' Complete stock o7 aa,. Corn Oats. Floor Bran, Meal Cotton Seed Ural

came from St. Augustine, four from out them so it important not to neglect ; A. CARLISLE, and Rye.EST Wit' handle only the VERY BEST goods at th. LOW
PRICES. and guaraate aaUstaetioo al-. ..
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Jacksonville and the remainder from there organ If Foiey's Kidney ATTORNEY: AT LAW

the convict farm. Among them were Cure U taken at the flrt sign of danger And Solicitor in Equity

one white mm and two negro youngwomen. the symptoms will diapfar and -

Those from St. Augustine your health! will W r*.tord, a* U Florida East Coast
l Real tate, Cooveyaceing General Railway.
were ground through court from Tu"* strengthen and build up theteorjcansa I Practice.' All business( prompIJa1'Meet

. .. ._ _._ ._ nothing else will. Lear Bowman.Lfbannon
'--'---- -- -- --- ----- - -- ------ to. Office next door to Son "

IF YOU LOVE YOUR Kidney, K,., writ"I Cure and take have great aFuley'e red ;I office. ttantssTiiXjc, FtoatDa.JTERD1XXSD Local Time Card No. b! In Effect April ii,1 19ni


WIFE DON'T plravure in stating it cared me perm BATES.ATTORNET IOUfW.ItOUao-au DOW1L a tT-.ot.o-u.u. : hra.

nfiitly of kidney di. a.., wbteh certainly ' AT LAW t - -
would have cost me my life... .. n.... a STATIONS 1Ie,1&_ _.. si
ROAST HER Sold t>y J. W. MoCollum ,* Co. GA1xzsTILLa.: .. FLO&1Da.C.n DeItt Oat1t., Cd,. Daly.

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; lly compelling hM la bake the family -- ---- - 1M po\\ f. e.a L. Jrtwtt5._ _. .. T;;; i..

bread during the hoe summer months NOT GUILTY OF MURDER. sell your city property, (improved .I"I'pM""' 'a' -- .n Aa.--.ua.Jaeaws.13._ L9.. al.pttla.3Tp -.sa;

lluy your lire ad from aDd aoimproveU). phosphate, PplI": .- R4..r- sup.tl..
trucking and farming lands. Send kirn t ..pill w a. __.caul Paaaa< __ e al p $ :.a-:
Atlanta Man and Woman Freed of Serious -
.Keystone Bakery. a list of what you offer for sal.. 212nc. Y Jill p'isUp Ar ..._-.hUt.a__ L. ---.-
: ;
.. .. Charge. ao .alplltS&L." _._ _twua Ar 3Wpaus'Q

'ti H'. a purliur of tint, work and money. .\&lanto&1..) 1.-Joan A. Harrtsoctha W. E. BAKER s. 1 .ep Ar ---a.aalta.v__ L.. 21.'d' c:
Fresh IIread .IMIvereil Dally been acqulltfd of the mznier otV. 1.p15 L.- --- -a.a*eu.__ AIVI>, IW C

To \ H. Wlgnvr and a formal verdict of ATTORXEY-AT-IaA-W C t sa. 11 L.. ._ "' ;
.III.n. of the city. .\1*" Cakr. p =-_ L. a p s M "aa:
"not has CS t 4 U ti p ........ .. '
i firs and guilt) brrn pUc d oo 1M p ----- 1 p'' SMa
other n
every prixlucllou of . SOLICITOR IX CIlA.. CERY. . a w pllup.. ______. apa>< !
the inojrrn.' iip'to-datt record of the crlm.nai or:.achoiltun ( tw 0\ toIp1i ,Sp .... ,-lRwwe-- i1Apazs e
i bake chop. >\ ; Q\ a W 1 tp - 110.- ao. a If..
bUK-rtor cuuii in t&. ..*. of .. tat" .. pa y
r.rtoaae. _
i K. 1'. SdlAr'I'.K: "I'ruprlrtur, K..)it tont' Cora Kalta. the woman JolatKrvU laotkt. GAINESVILLE. AUehua Co.. FLA. .IS t u p lor ------.. -. ... ,..., ... __ 'I"1 ar: a ate.yl u. .CIa.

IId.'r1. 1'lione 1C.:">. with him on the sane charge. OCce ia Eadel Block.J. -.-. !=!--"I:tla: j asspnr-.. -.__ Lw9 .-..___ _ L.. ':. n...' lot Oa -
Wheu Ira 3IJp ____lRtaplit: _.___ F rtx .
court cunon' I1 JJdje a.o..a p aas .
la b1.s 4 a es p", __.....oa......... (,')&1' ._ U as I' a 60i
ltuH uuctfl Solicitor IIIU U. ALDERMAN.DENTIST.. --, -
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to oporn'Ii,1 & D& i- n... t,,.. t.. .-_"''''' .....""""" .. L_ ,,. nw
iho ..
t ki-aUd t.rdkt "Waved (a tlie .._. _
N" J n pp' 'raa ltI____ I r.$ a st .
> Refrigeratorshave hand 6f thw th rtS: ttj Ue 1-jry oa w wIr .4"!..aa.pae." __ .. Tits. P5_ ___. % 1ap lei M,

> t .'r.luus 111,111. Tlu. isrdet read (5..4 mar ioS UI ai AM.rm a) o ae.a.,_,_._ A-r! ?- -_. ...-t.-.. _.. 1... -111 .-. .. "N a 0Wi
out tulitl.: N e.a' L.. .- -- --.... .U 3sa

I Si.lu-ltor Hill mated that a* boot M O.*r DctM A Co. BM Oilaw* ... he n..;-a p z.r l YG..i.Ge.i..__.. b '-1 it p: 1 "j -i
d tj 'll laRtMp _____ ts 3. p s 1.aJ
\\1' the only amid|110:1"111': rODORLESS the Jury had acijultK-ri |I.arrb.-IS. U i'faaNii aWeateCe.w..adBrYSewotf. rat7ti' a up ____ .I;.. .ti..4n ___ I...' a 11 4 "t
I Nag un'I" Yltapasapt.LntWa.; ._ __ 11 3* ease _
J to try tl&OaJ6.A'. raadud toe ta ea.. a M .. .... ___w-oot........_ ___ ., i: *,.a% 1M
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his liff Heel in the world fjf a .+r Mv ewla [t 1.. '
tina 'rtt'i- .
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Hose From t i-2 to "or.>, 'So at all drtlll +_.L..a..ny
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA MAY '2, 1905! "W* ':

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IOOKED t BANKING i CHARGED. PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF JAM. M. GKAHAM. Prcsidont{ H. K TAYJ.Off'b1.1tr.-; 1


I Wesley R. Wales, of Cape May, Whiskies Wines Beer and Malt. i IagGRAllA51'

Say. Not Guilty to Indictment. TiffUFiiST..i A..x x
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May 1.-Dr. Wesley - - -- -- ---

Fates, of Cape :May City, pleaded EXPRESS: FKE1M1D.Ful2 Bulk Uood.-Jup Free->ot I'rtpa I 41.
;guilty to the United States dlstrtu Ct :\I utlre. 4 Qt. 8 Qts. t:Qt.. "
'J J/!*''r UaUon OF G..A.rN"ES"'VILLE.
to an Indictment charging him Huntln: Club Rye ......It WSOO 14 oo t 7 wT Rye!,llln. Corn. hood irrmleRje.
: Nplson County Rye... .. 15 SO litxtl4rusilos: 4
fraudulently obtaining $10,000 Monogram Rye ....... .. 3 SO 4 SO! tI 00 .Oln. Corn..Kara. Nine \ual'IY. ONLY NATIONAL RANK IN ALACHUA CO
the First.National bank of Cape HAttcex"!!" RreSo ........ 375: 5 \10 M FT*.Gin. Corn!h.1IO Rum eeUalYsa pert for: the ntoney.M.U '
.'aome .three years ago when he cll&>Drops ... ... ....... 4 SO 0 !SO It 00SO : )J>r Gallon: Capital. . . . . . . . . . . . $50,000 00 "
president of the bank. MaltVbi..kejr..... ..... 5 75 5tr() 8 '"14" Ry*. IVach dbAl'p1.. Hrandt. Mellowed
Peach Brand,... ... .. . :3 ?3 It OO 9 lid ... Surplus and Undivided Profits. . :ttO,000 oo
Is alleged that while CO Per GallonVlotorU
president of
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I" file Brand; 3 7k 5 ul 9 !So Rye social trope Roe sllolna
7 bank he had various notes dis- HolIandGtn ...... .. ... 2 !*> 4 MOO 7 2S quality.LEMP Doe. .!< hi.(.ely l *DallklllC "..111.., wlife ra..IUU.a eQ..' to say bank IB U. & sss Sollolt
ted and the .... ... I .fc* aeoouau of Farm."...coro II aa u.CorportthNi*.eM. Ia.rssI IJ .
proceeds placed to hist. a.enna lOin 3 7"iS 1\ 9 BOno ST LOUIS 11KER. Per Po*. br special arranrsm.st AU buiUn ...... .4 '
ss.tr l promptly
North c"rojn: Corn vfi 4 oo) 7 ,,, .. .... .. ...
Other
F al"' Hr II ya
persona were the makof T "
Mountain Corn :3 7a !I 5 (O 9 SO 'raPMle. ... .. ...... . .1'X) H. K. TAYLOR, Caanmr. r'
the notes, and they were never Jam.le.Rum.. .. . MIa 4 SCI 7 I* Standard .. ..... I *w -- -- .. -..--. -. - _._. .... .
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Medforfl: !Horn 7* *> G ..... .. ,
soW Wait extra dark 1 tCoounrcr >
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Subsequently the bank went Grape Urandv 3 7i 5 on If Iraiwrtrd .. .. I tit Ealtmblaatxed 1O7U
the hands of a receiver, and is Kin*of Ke'I'r. Hourbon 3 TSAdHortmvDi 6 w 8 BOSame 1'-Ale. i>lnt* . .-. . t SASu I
Allowed on AU Goods of Uutnne.e 'ut. .... .... laft
out of existence pJnta.
tie depositors were all paid by Dr. Price._____ _h _'_ _____.- _ __ ___ l'rl---:lea-.-by_the_ al'l1l'coalh"__ :a.FDUTTOJSr&O.O.s .

pic, of Cape May, who owned a W. 12445.12.-iS ADAMS '"ST. HAfyfUE B R 0 S J"'I\11ILLS.:.
amount of the bank's stock.
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:' Saved by Dynamite. : A EBB. t ;


Hnetimes a flaming city is saved by

smiting a space that the fire can't C L S L GO. Do % K.II.ral l bankieir! buBlnru. buy and Mil forUrn and t a..tle Kiaaacc
Tie aocounu of basks.bak r..oort..oraUon. farmer.mvrakaDUi and" omenreoet.edusfs.or.WeMrru
is. Sometime{ a couch bangs on *or .
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SpoelrltaoJltlssf u akln' .otl >o% "coess IH JDU In the United $!Stale
you feel as it nothing but cijnaie 1IKALEUM IS- I :
| would cure it. Z 1'. Gray of Cal.
1 Y I C.A.WPC's-v l:?'JLtrn FTJ'P" t ' ; "
>n.Ga., writes : "My wife had a very Whiskies WillesI

&rated couch which kept/ her i _- _--
like night Two could t ,? NAND MApE : o
physician and
Liquors j jrl
help her. to she took Dr. King' '

Discovery forcon.umptloncough. Nos. 517..519I .Southern Railway.
Colds, nhich einrd her cough, gain I .. 'i'iafI
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sleep, and tiually cured her .
STREET .
BAY +
,eta, scientific euro for bronchitis .
lagrippe.At: drug stores, price DOj 'G
WHISKEY
: $1.00: guaranteed. Trial bottle th'
JACKSONVILLE ; April 10, 1905. <
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,Trying to Impeach Witnesses t Zff FLORIDA. l Vestibule. _:Trains tart: \., 3. No:_a !iuMh: .and Weal. N.. isI.
ezfngton, Ky. May 1-Judge Par
I today heard the Agents for Pabst Milwaukee Beer ., JaeklonIII. Su Rr le 'Q, 7 MI' ; Iy J"ok.onvilifl. Fla. S\J. lty. T 45p ;
,>I arguments on the I.w J..IUp HII, !ty 11 54s 11I-40j : ).w J"'I'. 0.. . So. Ity. 10 hop! t'Lv
ges of contempt against Deck Export, per bbl. lOdo. $11 ; perdoa. $1.25 atvannah .. Hr I :utp 1'! 11Ar Maeun Ua{ So ity. K (5)aAtCnlunlbia
be, acting county judge of Breath Blue Kibbou, per bbl. lOdos. $12; per doze $.SOJung's So. Hr d5.'ip (0" ArAtlsntalla &to U,. 52VaArCharlurtr :
County, in Judge Hargis absence $o, Uy JU ((1ft"f" ()(." ArkumeIs Ho, It,. 7iJa '
'reserved his decision till Monday Cincinnati Red Heart Beer. 1 .\r Ur""IIhllruIn.: Itr 1J: M" 1i: Sip .\r Halton (ia N... Itr. S25a
t Ar I Denvillr! .Sts.. .. It :J I"Yil ::J 1011( Ar Oh."anouaat Tellll Su, Rr. U 45a
ibs was cited to appear for curs Per bbl, 10 dos l9; p@rdol.fl.We : : : 't
At ltiohmuud i o.ItJ 6blo. *1 lip AI..ln.r&on.Kf 1.(1.. 62QpArl
hand abusing Anse White in the Lync1tburQ du 1cJT"I'A4-2I{ ) A' lHllfOlnnn". U t ,t (). 140,.

of the Ilargls case. White Is a Washington.. No ity ( 45a It alp Ar Chkagn III lug Four 7 10.
witness. lie and others testi- I on the following liquors: Ar U.lllmu P. H. It. 11 n.) 1111I.v" I t"n"lnn.lI 0 I'. ldura. $ Mp
.;that Combs abused White while Ar 11'. Ph'd.l'ia, I'. it U. I 45p>> ::1M. Ar Vhleetrn. lit;I 1'a I.In.. 710"A

bbe entered a sweeping denial. 186* LEWIS 1866, Away Above Everything in r New Turk i'. R I It, .4. 13i'_I 6 Stkt. I,v Ulnelflnall' U It rt U. tlbp

the Whisky Line .. '' L. ,'rhl ".n. III &lII/ln TJapress. .
bs Is a strong friend of Il&rgls. At : No. 8-1. \.w York .n1t"lul'a.----: -' -
eys for Ilargls continued the In. 4 full quarts . . 5 00 "" Islly uJhn.n IIr.wlnR !lac"n .v tJmGln,,_... U fj J.'I., .. $141\11
Ar Toledo, n 0 II, ,ts I H, SNks.
Sleeping; Car I'or& lamps And Jacason
actIon of testimony to Impeach the I 12 full quarts . . . .12 7o; ylllt 1.0 New York Ar Ibtrult! lhdh __ .1')1. .1.pia
witnesses. I .r7)lneinuatl' (i I'n line. N'lyp. t
BLUM'S MONOGRAM 10 Years Old: No. SO-\\.hlnlftnn anti Florida
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I Limited" Rally I.'clhn..ra IIrahll I Ar I'ulsburg'l's!! 1's T.Insr! .S Ms
tr" Do Not be Imposed Upon. 4 full quarts . : . . 4 L'O) Room 1t''Ilna: Car Jacksonville tll i Lv(ID"lnnatl, i) itig( blur p Atlp f

'jley A Co.. Chicago, originated 12 full quarts . . . .12 00 New YOI'll.' .. A' Cl.v.lsnd n n..<< Four. d 45ay
Aey and Tar a*! a throat and IUFRledy - - l+r 1.aalnKion'hy riu:rte. 'Sp1p')
and on account of the great: EARLY TIMESI'ure Sour Mash Whisky: Through "The 1..lId.t tb "kJ' Yo. IU Ar l.oul..III", Ky 8... H", A lOp
:0 Bottled In hood Uader MipertltUn.
sit and popularity of Foley's Honey
Ly JaoksnnvIIIe, Fla Mks. Ity Mp
Tar many imitation. an? offered __ 4 full quart, del . . 4 00 J..y flavannah Ua S oJ. lty 12151!: Ar Ar Itlrmlughsnl Aunutun. Ala Ala rio Ht).. H sty,.. II V 4001 45a '
the gfnuin- Ask for "'01",'. Hon t; full A' Columbia t4. (1 tir. 1ty d ()I_ .
quarts . . . ,> 50 Ar ".mphl..1'.nn Frlse, M Mp
and Tar and refute substitute Ar Arheelile N. q So, It.1 r.ol' '
any Ar Ksn.as (''It". Mn l risen 010"
red as no other preparation will I!1. 12 full quarto . . . 10 75BLUM'S Ar [lot Sf''n.' .. N 0 14o. Ity 7 Alp 0-----------. .... .----.
re the sum satisfaction. It I Is mlldi Q.:' 11.1. Ar KnosvltleTenn Nn. ley 5 (Ip Iem.hle. .. NNgpArL.oul.tllle
i laxative, It contain* mi opiates and rta:; SYLVAN GLEN 7 tW. Ity .Itt. )" i.2.NprinU", Art . . ._02J. )* ?r
1 safest for children and delicate prns. Ar Mt 1.01,1., Nrn Hr t Ads, i 40 114-1"1.. F/unda' LIt..lh.. "
| Sold by J W. McCollum .t Co.WOfliD' i& Years Old-: Ar Clrlelhnui (I ,k 0. to Ih espy H-Illd ve.tlbole traits. 'hrnu.h
( G IdA, e"aeh.e sod Pullman t41..plllJ
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-- - - - __ JH 4 full quarts 3 20 Nu. 3O-o.n "ulltnan Drawing V.r.. J".nnyIllCl. to ('inelensil.. '
fj full quarts. 4 60 Boom and Ituprt Sleeping Car b.t".u I Nt). IP-I'ullm.n{ !",..Inl( :1&001.,
1' ',4 Jaek nnvill.. sad UI."I"I.{ Sleeping\ Car h.H".n Ja kannlIh'. *
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Eteelleat: Ulaltlll ('u "..",.... ( ity.
SHERIDAN CLUB . .
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4 full quarts . . . . 2 75 AHHIVUM AT JACKHONVIM.K..
; From N.. York Washington, rte -No. W, "\\ ".hlnalon antS Kljrlda Mm Talied
w11 6 full quarts . . . . 4 00 (
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lit, 12 full quarts . . . 8 00 From Now York, \Vsshltiftton, rla.-No, A3. "\VMhlnglori and .'10,1.,* Kipres : W
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from C'nehanatl.hbum-, l11t.-Nu W, "Wssliloflon sad Florid. $l-lm-
We are dealers in everything in the Iced," 0Ia.m. i
From Chieaio. Cincinnati.' AtUrjt, f la,-No. H .f.'1.. Mmltnl/'OiM .. m.J. '
Liquor. line Whiskies, Gins, -_ .. ._ _.._ --- -- ..---
Hum and Wines from ('. LL'%h:, Ul.,... 1.1..11" Ar..t, 1UH W. pay X' (., JMi...t|||., F ia.

l.HO to r 00 per gaL H. II. HAKHWICK.I'. T. M.V.. II. T.ur.I. A. llnooic )10."", A.O. 1'. A

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-M...w WAITS rlgticx rtarld. .. _. Take The Atlantic Coast Line '
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tta4c.. i eat la tie world
Of Ole Jar,"t .< ng, b b-.rw. Gainesville & Gulf FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
.... . Railway Company
bicycle: la t hr w>ltd ih w r to the UAO CLB ci the only.ri.4t
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t I at prU tie|iTn t>U In Louie t'i."bi'OIW'. '1.. class....U.lOUISVllU Tim.Tabl. la cffaet April 6.No. l ()6. N ortb f : :: .HasL I : .: .Sonth Iws.wM ra eta a W esttt'- e:. x

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ft. i I I Mo.: ft. Rapid Transit and Uitsurpzuuetcd Service
Daly I No. 4. T1o.' S. t No. Nfl. J MI1T
Kie-t D.'I,. IMU,.. BTAT10NH. I Ds11y D>'1?j tins pl Tim Tab In aff..t April 10, IK*. .

? AnDnAsnVllU :+ D".J. j MooLv Depart For OA1NKHV1LLK Arrlf., "'f)"
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I I Ar 3 I.4ft p m High tpri* .... and Iat r. J. CD
A. 1I T.v P Y'tn: A >IiII Are P M Ar P fd )/ Dully j mdlai Pol DMUilftpm I I Dslty
7 6A 1:1 15 j' ..... ...._-.I1G.J4.......... ._. 1:0: i A 10 -'
D. 76 2 M . .... .; ... :-... .ltrla._...... _. 107 I eon I Orals, I...byrg sod Tamp, and } 1 4O p mDally y'
R, (A 2 tA .. ... ..!...... .. Daug.r..a .......t... .. 1 00 &CAHlekm aU Inl.nn-diai.. roe... I i i'2Upm
8 M 2 M . .. .../...... ..t4oa\haI4...... .. ... . 12 U 6t.lJ .
8 lU 8 Or I .. .....1_. .n...._. .1... . 17 80 b 41A ro.t..J..OftyUjo. : 11A5pus,
1& I 10 \. .. .-. __ Lsk.lltsto.tioa..... ..... 12 44 6060a Norttt, Jaa& u4 West ': Dally
30 I 1831) .. ..... .... ... itieanopy ......... ... . 17 flu bane Dmllf : Alitb
,;t' ssTiinE---Finest Senfice Asl ::3f() j..T........_ ... 1930 bAS ; p ID i High Pprtag: Wsj; ;;;s: .'.... UrttoswUk' ,1 1ft pas
U ''I U 1.\\ ........ Klrarvood........ ... . 13 1ft 615A AIt. .\1"1..11 Prriats Worta, KMI W.st f Dally
; -toBirmingham C5IJ J M+ .. .... ..... ..... Cl att.... ...... ... .. 13 10 6111 . DallyiMftpm i.. .- ., ny .-- r
am tl +i..I..w sOtoet*.... ...t.$ . . 13 (O SS
... .... .... . ... 11 44 .4" '111.is ,
Memphis, 9 1' 4 to :- ; ..Rocky Point. . Ito4>t li., Mic.au" tad Curs .
Nashville LonUville, 9 U Ari 600 i. .. ..,. .......Uaiaonill.) ........ t .i.. 12 *0 410 Daily Lily rr
11 00 L.) UL.r 10 I J t 2J 10 oAr aa) .. ._.
Cincinnati. St. Louis, II U 1 .0 t u !. .........Ber .... ...., I o M M As --
12 00 165 o ,1'' C6 .....__C.......... I i to ao 110 ZOam ToQpw
Chicago 11 :0 1 C8 ,1' U :_....JhhluD..... .... n an IIC .L High t prlags j Dally

aad all points North sad Wt |fa 11 toO T 16 Art T 2JII .. .tlamp.oD L7..1 I JD V s.o 110 a.Ifas4s! ..._. _... ., .g.8ttadsy
Ta roach Pollmaa l..p.", with ua.a. ....... 810 IoW .. Platk.. U, 8. .. 6 60 P I (1) a .... .. ,,> = ..C -
,fated D aiag ru t&4tntc'e..OlnCl.U6 . ... ... . i. . . ,.. ....... ... j.... .... .1.... Ja..peblo lla.sj.TMb.o .e' U .D..u..aaaasg au Pttsa
ROC1E to l an.a. City ........' u A 4. ...IAJt. lty. 0. a. a "... t (.4 p '7 41 ...... .a,.& railwayi the .....,. f"U. !. .*!. fay U. erla.ipal Msi, .a.Tbroog i ,
so lh. 8oatb m ita tob ........ ..... I 10 P1Tal1.a"- A. A. L.... 161 pi........ ...... PollaMA aU.tf r.rt 1)imp1t U> 9. York, vi. Atlaatl COM ,
hVld May skktOs.far'. rate ........n f6 In 00 _VaJ4.... a. a'... 4 10 pf I to' ...",.. Uaj Jjo via AtlaatU Cot U.. aa4 Boo.*.,. atoU..,. wl
plus eo...t.I for u.. roaD4 trip. 8&ot1- ...._ 6 68 ." 4 7 .....,1ltate.o.0. p... L.... 1110 16 to ...... rw.... .... Iafaassllmti..o1oa
...r* oath.*. 6cbt.llM'f'1Din..s at be.rmrr _... ...., 7 bs T 16 .Uua.... C. *t 0J ..- 110 &! CIG ..... J. A. GOODWIN. TIcket Af.ot. Oftl0.*irtti*. ar
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Louis aad Mammoth Car A. 4jAt AY'tAv } ..... -
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6.." THE iAThY SV : GA1N YILLE, ,FLOflDA. MALI 2. 190' ,gat... .. ,,':'fL .

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Attorney Syd L. Carter made a professional 'TO BEMOTE ANTI-CIQARETTC LEAGUE. _:
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HEWS | visit to High Spring" .fPlter-f i j FRECKLES MID PIMPLES Full Organization Has Been Formed
day,
f'e:. COUNTY ,CONDENSEDMatten When you need extracts, order Blue ', in! 10 days, use ... and Officers Elected.A 'WILSON'S

:.. Elipbln lemon, and 'Vanilla. Best : number of youths of the city, ranging

ever made. . C .'SAT.1ILA e '. l In age from ten to sixteen years; '.

of Geperal Interest Gathered W. B. Ellis of Cedar Key 'spent Sun 'The 'Complexion B autifler..1' have prganized ao Anti-Cigarette League -
I4 and have taken an obligation never
by Our day and yrsterday lo this city as tbe BAKGALXS
Reporters. L\
4t guest of relatives.Mr to use the, deadly I cigarette.At .
" I the last meeting of the League a
Grover and Mi. Sernmes of
PERSONAL .:AND' SOCIAL ITEMS 4 foil and complete organization was
favoredfrlends with a visit Embroideries5c
Micanopy
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:' I \ made and the following officers were
What MM Happened and What Is Going to this city yesterday, iris'I: .:' ,' electedor the ensuing term :

i to Happen' Told In Short ParagraphsSo J. Masou Tison has returned to '. V O. A. Pound, president ; F. Merchant "8 l-2cand I IOc
( Deals, after a brief visit to relatives yd
vice-president ,R. Albright, secretaryand
That "''. Who Runs May Read" ;
and friends, in this city B. .
. treasurer; Douglass, janitor.A aassjSPECIAL
It In The Bun., I1ir ... .i
Itjjn: ,i"; c1.adies'esllingeardsIn Mesdame O. I.. Haigler of Haynes- committee on drafting constitution -
M ; ":' latest styles villeAla.andC.Ojeddc( ; of Red w \ aod bylaws was appointed com-
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it Bon office.Mrs. dick are visiting their 'sister, Mrs, T. prfsinifJoseph ghands, Douglass Perry I

Tldd left yesterday for a brief B. Ellis, In this,eity.MUs V and Chas. Simpson. This committee '

k ,,1.I&"to Waldo. B echer Rutledge of Trenton 91_ VV r1 will make its report at the next meeting 50,pieces' 7e Gingham. 5c yd

P.' A. Bell of Rex It In the city on a arrived in the city Sunday afternoon, which will be held Frid.,. 10 pieces. Pine Soft Bleachcn.

r visit, to relatives. laving come to attend the E.. F. 8. There were fifteen present, and a 10 yds. for'70c,

SImonson's Wonderful Salve for sale Normal for the remainder of the term. great deal of enthusiasm and interestwas IS pieces Fine. French Gingham A

by J. W. McOollom & Co. When a bilious attack Is decidedly manifested at the meeting., worth,25o and SOo yd., choICe I-k :
' For Rent-Office* over Cbitty's' unpleasant U Is quickly over when SATINOL.L. I.. a new 4ItIco".I'J'.naraDteed. The League will meet once a week, yd. "
tore. Inquire II. H. Porter. Chamberlain'* Stomach and LI.erTab. and,.IDODe,'refaaded U U fans to remove: list on Friday evenings, In tbe rest and
wont ease of Freckle.Plsiple.,Taa.SftUowneM.'TJrer Fine line of,all kind
lets are uied.: For sale by all druggists': of Summer
reading room of the W. C. T. U., East -
of AUchaa Is brief Goods.
y J, E. Patch oo a 'Spots Blackheads or aor skin & ;
viiit to his family In this city Dr..LemColton,''a prominent dentist eruption In. 10 data Le.v rise kin elear. Court street '0
of Ft. White dud a brother to Dr.. J. acre. healthy' and restores the beauty olyouth. .
D. E. Godwin and wife were in the JUDGE MASON'S COURT.
H. Cotton-of this city, was circulating Thousands testify to, the merit of
a city from Fairbanks over Sunday. BatlaoU.Ulw .
Holder among his numerous Gainesville Alice ZJrette writes: 'Thlt>ode.nz. La.. Two Negroes Arraigned for Gambling
James of Rocbelle was a
friends yesterday.Rev. Oot. li.'oL"For four yean my tact was Sentenced 'R. Wilson
visitor this by County Judge. .
business to city yesterday.
completely covered with freckles and ptmpte
W: 0. Foster of Alachna was in
4' For Bal )Irish potato barrels.J the city .yesterday. Mr. foster was All remedies failed until I used two pMkturM Deputy Sheriff L. E, Story of Windsor of
N, Bone, Gainesville, Fla. d2w4tw of Satlaol. 'which completely removed the brought to this city Moae Williams
en route from Rodman, Putnam freckles and pimples. Mrtoomplexloafo now
4 and George. High tower, who were arraigned -
; E. B. Godwin, tarpentlne operator ooonty where on .Sunday he filled a perfect and hop.every lads issuing'irsotrles .. "::' -
;* at Arredondo. was In the city on Sun professional appointment. or pimples will trj SatlnoU." Price boa and In Judge Mason's court upon -- :
day.. 100.by teadinjr drurcUu.or matt. a charge of gambling Monday. T. F. THOMASUnOlDIAKlnG
Harper Chase, the piano and organ NATIONAL TOILET CO., Paris. Tenn. Hightower pleaded guilty as
B. 0..Feale, a prominent planter of
,men who are representing the Sold, In Gainesville by J.- 8. Bodlford charged, and was assessed to pay a "
Monteoeha was trading; In the city Cable Company In ,this section, have A Co.. J. W McCollum & Co.. W., M. Bn_. of $I 'and costs, aggregating

yesterday, gone to Ocala where for the next two Johnson and all leading druggists.Col. $10.85. Williams was not so fortunate. m.(

B. B. King and George Mackay of weeks they will conduct a special sale. He denied his guilt when placed upon

r Oasis were registered- at the Brown During their absence the store here Naff III. the stand with the result that a hearing

House. Sunday. will be charge of Master Alexander Friends of Col. A. F. Naff 'special was necessary, and the court adjudged FULL LINE OF

il, E. K. Anderson' and S. P. Thomas of Harper. agent of the United States land office him guilty and fined him $10

High Springs were business visitors to J, O. Wltherspoon is In the city on a who I. rooming 106- N, Arredondo and costs, or three months in the NEW GOODS.

'f' this city yesterday visit to his family Yesterday was street will regret to learn that on county "gang."

$ Miss Bessie Parker a charming !lr. Wlthenpooo's eighty-first birthday Monday morning he was stricken with High tower paid hia fine and was re- Agents tor...

yoong )lady of LaOrosse, was .shopping and be Is very active, consideringhis para)) I"IQ hU lower limbs. leased. t Monuments Tombstones'

; In Jhe city yesterday. a&e. Ife saw active service as a The affliction Is very slight, however Ocala Ball Team Trounc.d.Oaln.nllle' and Iron FencesSee '

If,.. R, L. Btringfellow of Jackson- Confederate throughout the Civil War and it is hoped that tbe: patient will ,

3;' vine Is In the city, a guest of friends, finally surrendering with his commandat soon be completely restored. colored ball tossers Our SamplesPersonal'
beat Ocala in walk
a yesterday afternoon
Greeniborough N G..
all of whom were delighted to see her. : ,
Stores Will Close.In before large and orderly crowd attention ,t. all matter li
Hal of the
clever
Orey Jacksonville
Wanted; $..000 'or ODe year at ft percent The game opened with Ocala at bat, a tills line. Mail and telegraph irdtn
on city property valued at $3,600, traveling salesman for the Christie pursuance with tbe usual custom,
insured for $2. QO. Box 887 Galnes. Groover Drug Company spent Sunday the merchant. desiring to give their blank being the result Gainesville promptly, attended< ti.

vllle Fla. Si with friends in this elt,. Although clerks, evening rest, fhe (tores will scoring clght.runs. OeaU'a team never .

J. J. Barr of Mloanopy Wit in the very young man, Mr. Ore, enjoys the close throughout the summer at 0:80 smiled again, and at the finish the score! Gaines 1111.. Flori'to

city yesterday. He was en route to reputation of being one of the most o'clock p. m. stood 27 to 4 in favor of Gainesville. ..., ,. -

;; points In South Florida to look alter successful salesmen on the road and This action is very highly appreciatedby They hit the ball at will and stole bases . - ,
the 'clerks, who .In turn will with the utmost audacity. Several' I
his grove Interests. his salary it a lucrative, one. He is give
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;f their employers a more cheerful ser fine plays were made and (Paintsvine's
Lawrence Taylor of Jacksonville, very popular throughout his territory.
battery-Smith and Sapp-did
k' of the clever commercial men tAFF.REST.iURAT.TiITit: .
one
Attention Is directed to the changeof
flee work, while Knot and Porter for
traveling of that city, spent Son advertisement of the Keystone
Ocala seemed trifle
a andpla.d
day with friends here. Bakery, R, T. Schafer proprietor, vice.NEW as though they were weary workingfor

Master Mechanic E. J. Smith of the which appears elsewhere in this Issue. YORKRACKET. the blty.Another .

Atlantic Coast Line with Mr. Schafer cleverly .
tcI. headquarters very suggests game will hf'l played this af
at High springs was among the visItors that, Inasmuch as the warm weatherIs
when
ternoon ,Ocala will have a
h to this city yesterday on, It Is not proper to roast your
stronger team and tbe game will be
T. 1); Young, a prominent naval wife over a hot stove baking tbe family more of a contest. James Carolina :

7J4 stores operator of Nixon was In the bread, when fuel, time and extreme will again umpire. Manager Player !

Jb city yesterday on business connected discomfort as well as money has a nun.ber of good players in hit !

with the United States.land oftJoe.TbC'tI. are saved by buying Keystone: bread, team.

w K, Owens of Jacksonville was fresh every day. Mr.'Schafer, by his _______-_
energy and the quality his prod no. Dr. E. H. Armstrong Coming.
In the city for a few hours yesterday. Cheapest Storeon
4 He tlon, has managed to build up a fine Dr. E II. Armstrong the well! known .
from
was en route High Springs;
trade In this section. Earth. eye specialist and optician of Jacksonville .
where he has torn
on professional
First .
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corner South of Postomce
---. Is making a professional tour
business.
Opening of Continental -_- .- 0,.. Citll MI4.l ht. Drip foffM.
through the State and will be
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G. n. Johnson, who has been spendIng .. --- Wetter Xs....
i The Continental Hotel at Atlantic Gainesville June 80 to July 1. Full

r' the winter at the Odd Fellows'Homo I IlInn" Heach will open tor the summer season Do You Burn Oil or notice of his visit with name of hotel -
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?& left on Monday for his home at >
of 1905.on Thursday. June 1st, ender at which he may be seen will appear In
F .\ "1101 I., Mlun., much Improved the direction of II. K. llemis, who' LiClillilC ? later Issues. The Doctor has no agents

y, In h.alth. l 14 manager of the Colonial at Nassau but will be here personally. Keep the S \\rt MOUNTS

Miss Lena l'on.oJ.ho his b....ii a X. IV, during the winter tourist seatui ..... d.lflln mind .
gust at the OJd Fellow Homo thing
t4 forth ; alto manager of the Bedford If you use then we can't

t peat year, will spend l tli,. summer Springs Hotel at Bedford Springs, I'% 'interest you but if you use Oil we Herbine

al the country test of :\1 Ir. and Mrs. 1) l'rorp.cia are good for>> the best ..... have got what you want. We have Will overcome Indigestion and dyspepsia All the old standards and
' ; II, Edwards: In tVlnflsur. I of regulate the bowels the choicest'of the ones:
sou any ocean resort on the Atlan- succeeded in getting something new l In ; and cure new

W''IPd-.I.I nr Kvntletuntt fair tin Coast, sooth of Atlantic City, and the way of ao oil can. U is a 5-gallon liver and kidney complaints It is the as issued.
,, duoMion in ".r.1| for a firm or I'J.V: .. | ihe train service from Jacksonville best blood enricher and invigorator in
U() capital.. :--.I"l ,, $1.07:1: oil can and has no faucet, so there is f Ak to see them, as they cannot t*
and rtiivtiir*, |p.d "....kly. per Address yea r will correspondingly lucreasrU to no place for the oil to leak out at. Th'an e the world. It I Is purely vegetable, perfectly displayed to advantage in a case.

: lieu. G. Clo., Ilsli,eellle|]| >, Kla. j m..et the demand. has a fint-class pump and you can harmless, and should you be a

A.t., Cushman look header I Mr. Bernie may be addressed at No.CM .flll your lamps without soiling Jourba..d. sufferer from disease you will use It If SPECIAL MOUNTS for E. F. S.,
a from
his .: : West Bay sttvetJaoksaurltl., Fla.,. or wasting a drop ot oil. Ills you a,* wise H. :N. Andrews, editor
ti.ejeU Hutuisr .t noon, while on School Children and Babies.
V until June 1st.READ. the best and most perfect oil e.n.W' and manager Cocoa and Rockledge
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way to the iklil ...110.. Home
.. .. bay..nr'HI. They I News Cocoa, Fla., writes: "I have
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. and 'Injured his right If a quite serious $ I 49
'j as long as they lau at sWe used your Herbine In my family, and Fine Fadeless Fotografs
ly. He will i Ui
for .
<1111' ()nIlnltl.. THIS. find it
+ only have limited quantity. If a moat excellent medicine. Its

Engineer (i"or(* K: iabrook of the $pringfl.id Tenn., June 11 1001 you need a Can come early. effects upon myself have b..a a marked From Locket to Life Sise. .iSMITH'S
' Atlantic( Oesit Lin bent!!,. Sold byV M. Johnson
spent Sunday with
his wife in this Mr. i 1 hare been troubled with kidney Gainesville Fla.. and J. C. Bishop. STUDIO.
city. Ktlabrook I and bladder troubles for a number ofyears Boys' Wash Pants. Alachua, FIaSome.
is employed the -
on West Coast divia- ,
and severely so, and having .
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lea between High A big line for the Summer season
Spring
and Lake
hoed the advertliement' of It,. F. W.Hall's R. McCLELLAN
', land. the kind that wash, Sites to 18, and! Men LeaveAn
Great Discovery, A Texas Won*
}c A. M. Cu4hm and family have removed der. concluded give it a trial from the price is.. nly' 4Sa. '

trout their' former horn on Ala which I found great ,relief and wonKl Estate for 'the WidowTo Undertaking Co.GANESVII.IJB.

ehua avenue to the Odd Fellows' recommend It to those similarly aftllcted. Something New in Boys' Overalls .

Home tvinporarllf. pending the rec '.: H. H. Kiac. Well rna4''aDd Just the thing for invest and lose, or as a temptation \ .
lion of their elegant new FLORIDA.
residence
to speculators. How much
Boys from S to u.
a Kest: OaiBestllle, A TEXAS WONDER. year better to leave her -

Dr. Thomas )Mclod John U. Whit One small bottle
of the Texas Wonder -
),1. B, Lanler anJ G. n. W..ks formed Hall's Great Discovery, cures all Shoes I Shoes Shoes $500 or $1,000 a Year Income Funeral Directors ,and,

4 a prominent quartette Newberry kidney! and bladder troubles. rmov'' Oar stuck vt both Low and High-Cot for Life, or for 20 or 30 Years?
folks who visited Uaine.vlUe yesterday gravel I curve dlabetee. seminal em Shoes is complete aDd strictly ap-to- Licensed Embalmers.. i
it,. M Uod Lions,w.ak and lame backs, raeasoa -
I and )h. Lanier dat and would like for
paid to
we you try -- --
liem and alt irregularitl. of tae kid We will Mad you some laterestios -
r The
ttuo l
aa adr..sUcell. I nets and bladder tn both men aud a pair. Information showing now smell ma MM_f MtMr.n 01 aa4rrsone DsWnI'ktare ta
I Clarence lUrrwt aad \V. K Orotter women reculatM" bladder troablea laehildrea. --- . annual outlay will yield" a permanent ,";
of Washington If aoi sold by jour UrugsUt.wilt We originator of low yearly iateom for anyone for ., BabVr flUaiya, Art :-.,
Camp No. I, l\ O. 8, of are the price* '
4 4 A., be rent by mall oa receipt ol f 1. whom JOG ar. to provide. tM.ie. tJ'-Werr. Ea.stw' Y... e'4ab :'
departed yesterday far St .\Ulu,- One small bottl.Is two month treat- and .v.ryt .\Uif' fully guaranteed.PHSFER Caaatvaa,' asst b.tdgva. t
tine when they will rpr*''ai their m.nt and .."'1011I falla to p.rt./ a W. L iUJL ft W.. .
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<<:'Imp.t the Slaw Camp. 0. D. Seb.,., ear*. Dr. Krast W. llall.ol weans.. t.,
}' a'MII! Mi for t<,. AncusUne, where h. faetarer. P, O. box tt. St. Looie. Me. BROS. fdd Ag atU Ta MCTCAL o'Ur. '
q will r*rni the Keroaadlna 8a4 fur testimonials. Sold by ail lascraacvCe e/3(e. Tert, 1r T.kxnptt .... Tr! ..J
cam d Corner
p. rua .o&a. -
hlfn' ,OalaesvllU. Fla. GJI3CifLLE, S t t FLORIDA will receive pr. pt a'Ri.Ws.' ,{

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