Title: Gainesville daily sun
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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 5, 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: VID00586
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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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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VOL. XXII NO. 75 .
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA FRIDAY MAY 5) ); '
.- 1905) TEN CENTS A WEEK c
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ceeded on Its atormy route. While
:STRIKE BREAKERS'AN driving a wagon loaded with coal from: ACTRESS' FATE IN court room they dtj not go to lunch RIOTING CONTINUESIN

r, the Edwin J.'. I>anl ">Is Coal eon. but went directly lo the jury room
company

IOUS TO LEAVE: Joseph at Franklin Scott and a Madison nonunion streets negro today tern- HANDS OF THE JURY to begin deliberation. --- - WARSAW RUSSIA .

.. ster. was shot In the right shoulder. I I I DESERTER BURIED WITH HONORS 1
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Chief pf Police O'Neill declared today \- !

Imported Nngrots Want to Get; that he was steadily n First Case on Record of Such Proceed-

Away From Chicago. force and thi he believed Increasing hey would his! i Nan Patterson's Case Given to urc In RegaUr Army Printers Strike and NewspapersDo

be able to cope with the situation. H t, The New Turk Mj 4.Under: peculiarctrcuiu
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Jury in e a.i Appear.COSSACKS .
taiice, deserter .
a from the
said that l,3t.H reseular
LEADER OF NONUNISTS IS HURT policemen were en; j 1 i .
strike duty today. I army will be\ burled today wit i

Exciting Scenes Enacted In the Chicago --- --- JUDGE GOFF'S CHARGE TO JURY military honor on Governor's Ulaud.ll DISPERSES CROWDS ,
is lo bo the first case of thw km
Strike Riot Cintinue-Subpoenas BRAVE GIRL I
SAVES TRAIN. This Famous Trial Is Nearing Its End on the army recoids.A Police Sergeants Are Killed by Riot. ,
Issued by Federal Court for Violator hatulsonio\ follow enlUtr r
Prevents A. Passenger Train from Run The Floradara Girl Has Been Subjected oung; ere-Situation U Critical and ;Tnere- ;
of Injunction. March at the recruiting iattoit in (
ning Into a Landslide.Asbevllle. to the Most Trying Ordeal Is Gray Apprehension as to tt.Ou1com. "
Chicago, .May 4.Enlarged rxvark.. N. J.. he gave: his name ** 6
tlons were given the teamsters propor btnU' : X. C., May &.-The prts- Three Tuves.New Michael I llroa-J and appeared tn the ..
nee of lulnd and ini-ckness: ff action rvcruliln \
<; uttlcer like acme of the
today from both bides o( the hug t' of Mary (Jlbsmt. a 10')t-a.r-old girl, living York. May 4.- Nan .I'_lt r.1\ )ouug Illt'nIII'ho occaalonally enlist to Witr..aw, Hu *Ua Poland. May 3,- ; '

fctruggle.' Contrary expectation meemployes near :Mud Cut. or fleck moun- left her coil In the Torn>" tor the com I bury their troul>U-n. 111: p. m.-An uuHnoKti iniui shot '

were thb first to take agsresbive ,- uJn probably tau-il the lives of mar/! of general .t-bloaa li .1.1) (o wlinen Two hour after enlisting he ..11..p".ut',1 .- and killed a |iw.dter" .riirul: uu HWJOAtrrot t,

action.All the teaniateis: ol ]pabnns. and much valuable propi-ity the mst scenes of her cal! uu a charge and did not return until Sunday at V o'clock IbU uu rulug.nturdertr .

the Crerar. Clinch company, which tor the Southtrn Hallway companjTuesday of killing: Caesar You.: .\latAui !>.". afU-rniHin |II.III.| .'" then sent to eac.la'd. It I. feared that

has coal contracts: with many office when she averted the alatosictrtain trlct Attorney Hand bad linUbed hU l"uU"'lIl1u III.. Uovcriior's Island un- oth >r dlsoniers will lullow tu the ,;

buildings und firms, wtut uu strike t u. wrtcr.mg of a 1 paadenKe\ kraiu ar\lull III an prostcutoi >.e t rday and tier charge of <1.."' u. "rye>

day. running down the mountain. bou:.<: the U ft'n thaJ alr aily kpukeu Its conimltti d >>uicld.'. IOU bile lu'rvoiiMjic i I. marked and '

The company had ordered a load of tillit. final) word) only the t'I.uge tiC H"corJvr Uuloud t tviiitli. of the itnhth infantry them u grabs ai,>apprvbciul ua to ,thepevpstatltns

coal delivered Carson Pirie, Soon Just after passing through the tun- HolT to the jury MiualneU before in omuuaud of the! garrison .IIIIc.1I of lb .1"IIlUUta'lIttnna and of
&!I Co., a. large mercantile firm which the case went to the Jvy' for verdict. which vxpfcU'tl site
rul close to :Mud 1 Cut. ICnglneir, G. a ordered that lit W 1 bulled with mill are
has been invlovt-d in the strike coin \V. Brown heard the report I uf a toi- \VanUuV) nn. of t I'omba priton", tar) honor.flndtug J'utltlt'4tltl" In tti.> the c."ncluu1\1" : uf tho uwssrs now )

plications for bouie time past. the firs I,,-do. Acting on the signal. he at said lixiay>> that lih\t 4. a wondtifully fact that Ur'Jada.. only awaiting" bvlng celebrated In thu chun-ht-s In
teamster ordered to make a deliver., cump.al'd girl. I conititotuoratlou uf the annlwriry o(
unco began: to blow down. and looking!: trial and WM" not u uilitur! ) ctiuvici
to the Involved firm wu discharge out. observed a Clung girl standing The warden slat' > ,nt was made by verdict of M ruiirttiiartUl th,> pruclaniAllnu! ur tl><' |N>llb con w

for refining' to deliver the coal. AM: 1 h>' the track vlguroiisly waving a red after MU, 1'atturaou .i.id rl.oa early ------ stlluiloii\ In 1tH l, Tturtt are manyMlors

other teamsters emplojed ty the Ci> cloth. He quickly applied the brake FROM OCEAN TO OCEAN. In the streets,

rar Clinch company 'immediate:) all.d brought his train to a Hta id tlli:. . The printers ctruck Malay aud thtcruiMiu <

fctrucl It was said the effect of t.. within 10 feet of the "b"t ructlon 'I Will B. the Feat of a New Motor Car newpatw'ra will not wppvsrA
new spread of the strike might bc to As the engineer ant. 1''K''IIIC''Z't Just Invented largo crowd of atutlmU and< >thcliduiirg ,

leave many of the tallest office build quickly jumped to the ground the girl Chlc.ieo. May 4.-I K. U. llsrrluiau aaaetmhlyd Ui" ft.rnot>iv In th'i
legs without fuel to run elevators. y" .a nalghioihuod uf the| oM tioui. oncM 1
his .
approached and uiolctly told her 'I )lnl\.d l n plan for an oc '.n to
Other concerns affected: by todaj's story of how the landslide had nocurrtd ocean tour of the new gasoline iittttor, uC"c.'uplt'll' | b)' thu I'olUb Tatrlot Kolllt. ;lt

spread of the strike are the American and her tear that the tram jiut QnlHhd An.l firnvd over to I the ski, A I'rumltlrnt figure !lit th< r..LII'tioll

Cutlery company, the Ritchie I'apt'r would run Info It Is not warned A* Inlm, 1'rtcittc railroad It U the tutruil' uf IT'JI: and Ktteiniiti'ii l lo start *

Box company and the Samuel cuppledWoodenware she talked the passengers and lrattcrew >u to oprrtto the car from f>nia' d*>tm>iutr 4tlon but they were dlsta'reed r i

company. In cacti case: gathered alnmt her and heartily bo1 to is rtlaii'l, Cr ., mhlUlt It a fwi 1 by t'lWDMcUs' ,

teamsters were ordered to deliver uone > thanked her for her bravery and pr '<*. d.a11: the LrwiH and CUrk "u..ltilln Thirty' corpses( of victim of Mrnday's -

or more of the !><>>'rotted boust ence of mind.A { anti ir.t'ace run to Han I.'rlulc1a.'o over shuttling were rfucl\.t., in Qv.i

And struck when men were dls>cha.' e collection wan quickly taken r the! J*| urti route. Frliu tbc-n itwii baits at :U o'tKtvjk ibU morning from 4
for up lun (M>Uc. station to which( they wertaken .
refusing. ; h' 1..011
and the child was tuadc* the recipient ; -iui Angeles| and) front thrr
Brualtity in the strike today began of quite! a handhorne lo :dew OrUsus and thanes lu Cblcu on Monday tu Uru.Ino t',-nM'tiryo
"with a,flab and panicin a crowdedMstrtet | pursw. "0.a St. IxiuiM. as .to avoid ln>*tll" drrntnstrstkns! f
r,jllc,. and soldters tlli.lId l the '
fcur. \1.1 ,
tbt- streets
reaehss
DOUBLE TRAGEDY IN TEXAS. car Chicago It wiluiiiH
Two men who it is *.aIJ. were in':*' : A sl l-. rd. and hauling. power run around U..- t.IIn tinting Ibo rrntral '
I and, >.tnl ..\.ral l loiterers
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; were Woman Man's Attentions and Irjn. Ibis city to Miiwaukand re.
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(ad and so severely beaten that they I. Killed. i firu, Alter ihU th" motor prouabl) --- --

were taken to the count hospital The Fort Worth Tex., May 4.--:Mrs. An will ar tnkt-n to Nf'w'url.. rw HuffaI Police Sergeant Killed *t Led.
i NAN PATTERSON.and \jL>At. ItiMsUn ttttand. May 4,-" w''
affair occurred on a Twenty-sixth I nle rt i off IT. better known .s :Mrs Annie I ) in,! from thim luck Ui (lmatu. "
men Ibis morning abut l tuti l klllmtM s '
street car at T'" t'nt-slxl1l and Stewart Drown was shot and almost instantly eaten break. u wiib her sister l T'i" r.rior U 1I1.hl. of banting utl lic
| sergeant and ..urt wllundttd 1a
avenue. \Vhen: the fight began killed by Fred Slr.*,-l. Streetat Mr .. J. Morgan mlth.. tube I scented( l If .Wl tine t hrsry |.....<-nxr car n"r *
dutfMlvu<< alit tried ti* arrest II&"an. 4steverat
the passengers panic stricken fled l once turned the weapon upon himself In a cheerful frame of urtnJ: and wan iu'* inar-hlno; I I. I
rr.III occurr.l in the
from the car. One uf the men hurt and lin-d death vn-uiug/ In a fews ready tu go to tin- court rix m some pro|" Mi >l rnllrvly by gs..)tu! *>, there street during$ (ho n'gbl Tb. tutu '
wa Edward Ifcwwell nxdlal comH. bclou no electric ruutur. p
: a negro < tilde before she ws. called fur.
tary firtHi un II crowd killing four (t*>r.
< student.! His companion. AJ,1.Jiml The trwcofly:: re"ult,'d. It I U acid, from I The ....*ion of (nitcixirt Mrs OIH"nrd -- .ons slid wounding several, ) others, i

I son, a nt>gTo. Th men who com. Mrs. bluffers refusal to permit titr o'clock and tu minutes lstr Southern Surgeons Elect' Officers --..... .

mltted the assault escaped. to pay: her attentions Street drew tf'ronlttt l/oflf LU'K Hi bU rbtt| a to the l'"baUMn''K'. May 4.-At I lb.> sesetot l '

More than 100 subpoena were a pinto and pointed It at the woman Jury. Cujl" of the **ni>rliilUin of iurK* >n' off CANNOT RECOVER MONEY

placed, in the hands of United Slates SlruuUn! i I. lu1I11 with th" flrlng of tlu- i'ractlcally cc's> seal In the body u the B ulhrrn halfway fir Tbom It.

1eputy marshals to be served today on shot, Mi--. Bluffer screamed. Htree t the c'uhrt touni "1 *tn."u spoken fur I tUltcrwblt of I.veri.lvll.| | || Ky, ass Woman Who Paid 45 Cent Duty *n @ r,

violators of the federal! clurt in junctions hastily pointed the pistol juarply over In ailrancr. auoJ. ..'.tued rs If verve I. .lrctr\t president of tb, association. Spoon Can't .. Repaid' h

Issued in connection with the his heart and firrti.Thf favored uue few l b. prlrllrg accord I>r. J, II. ktiichffll. of >lt. Vtrium, III ;Now York, May '.--It bs bn oil<

strike. Men taken Into custody arc dea l woman was a daughter n* ed. as ta....r., ..u hardly an Inch r daily drtertninad by tb. board oftrnlfMl

to be cited to appear before taster In the l late" Jim lirown. the horseman, in parr Ions before. the prJon 'It J. N*>bl., of "..1m.,. ::. C.. second Hiatre ''nral *...pr..r.. that

Chancery Sherman "'rida,.. CounM-I who wa.. killed at the Oartt'ld Par 'aDl. In and took her seat lt.-.|.lr br vice prrsldrnli h" J. W. Ray tit )U. Alary. \1.l IliMtiwIn ut ''')jIl.lh. r*... feet

for the Rmployers': association will race track, near Chicago in October, ('UUn. la beg" >niDg bU charge Ui ,I \\"hluck. .AU-, was .r"dtt1( Ui size ant r*"'">' >r the ..im uf 4} cal ..a.1t.1f'd 1;

'i ae evidence obtained at the hearing 1&92.: A hr<,lh.T of the d..ad woman the jury Records < ?*K saW in part; teed himself as secretary and lr**""urrr. as duty by the collector: oft eu.I' .- ;

to urge wholesale Indictments. was Gayland Brown h<>>> was sl.ohorecmsn. s Tnii raw b*. :r. >tAlng extraordinary !Ir W.t.. fray, of ".n t III., Va ''''. Ung*"f, M.,. onf a ..,..'.n"" ;

Strike Breaker Frank Curry the and who wa kill< committee.Hein.
man with the "Iron Nerve." was today lororaotlT several year ago. Then l.u b r <>ns lather ,pokm of during < ? id from Xwf
reported! as definitely out of the Is still another brol hlPr. K.1 [{rows, entire pruce.-dtn. the decra: a -.U.- .' ), ikMHlwIn had IHtJft.-d that she .
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fighting. He did not appear at the wbo now bar a utrlug of Lorsrs. mn by the taro. of Yvung. a ran, Big Fight.Turk Untigbt tb. *| ..Employer Teaming company's barn track. man. had a frbJot tu fU Nor.w My 4--After Jia..rltiglo / / a rlAlv. In m Jotn; It d4!

and It It said In all probability Curry with him a. bis n.l.l.u. The tueoi's tb* tsr nu. rrurt itenlng) uv.r a not mslcb .uttUMi GEORGIA KNIGHTS IN SESSION JW'rto.1 fif Iwrnly years the son ul tklff _
arollMrtur
will not b* able to take further pan dratb. btr.aIMa> c'" the P.fltUha1JI IJC ttttlf"4 for *wntift, Th. ."ogorb
latlt Burden of Troy .. Y. .
ry lit
in the strike. Ilia Injuries white cot Knights of Columbus Elect New OffWcers flits man Young (tad notblng In 'It l>, .t"t It up lad| iauir'e<| MU '
vrntor of a horse sko oi* kif... and!
fatal are exceedingly serious and bl> for the Ensuing Year. *.clt. )our }..MMIUO or jour prrjadlc <;.....]win for 43 rata, and UC lady at
abet docks. form which ke
asaoclatr say that be will loo th* Atlanta May '.--Tfc* (IrorglaKnUbts *>*. lie was a mere tamWrr. r >> aatmaw ... appealed l tb lh. go.ral bard ,lit- ,,1
4 a fortun. report.<1 to have .eel.
aught of hU left .)'t'. Curry al* ) has of Colombo hvld their annual rc track mn Therefore you sl.aal' ) 1Imaltsg that sli. 0tw d|..4 lIen money
tied their dIAei-orr by .
cowproml e,
d.tp gal two Inches long bfclrwl .tat !> convention IA |D. bU of Ut.* lie *14. to C'Un..f"r II** fart rJoilywithout 'I'll. pwrw .b.. fUf the .IICCf1tP" )..U. II
plant si Troy aUxi* U ralti -the right ear. local Knights In the Bratty bufidlA! K, prt dlrr sad pu.1un. i181Y.UW J sari pn" ",*blr ", urtll... .. p MMlbt she will rrry Ib* ea** totb t
Nearly 30 str'k breakers r -fu** for IlOOIoI) la vluBM f... sad court r4. ..ral circuit rourt, Tb. lltlg' r

to,, work today when! the police cjUJ .-iKlay morAlag. Officers rrre J?. ,, you to b* sale or distract byV rbargrs b*'. b'*o .it.otf
at the nonunlottlst sdo.uanr to ac. *d fur the: rrsaifig year< aid <|*>legs...* "u mol dent: the ctrcuouii'" anwvac !&.. birsftir s.rerst, dollars.Krvpp y

xnpny them to the barns of the employers to *hc: natkmal connDlkoa were al..S without *ey t.v. Debt 01 ibe ....tJl..... .,. ., .....-
spb.r*. enmity al: wtlll a goat mist
teaming company. ch,' rn. PI."Wf"ptt/ ken with PsrsfysJe.in .
WerfceKMO 'let'.... W.n."...".
TO* negrod& to leave th* *fX cour.. Itf ttbiftk .iIPG. you fI&at au t .
The otSC'f't'S:: elected wrr* .a.a folio*_ Jwa&rn1U.. slay<< 4.-/t.ary .. ...
. lr *..U.. ly 4. -n. Kruppe
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bolding all'glor they bad bn Victor J. r>>rr. ot Augusta, tale l.puty. -| Utal b.ta y' the Awinbfa pttsi Our C.rli, ttt* fxx*<| ...sywrtgbt4 1".It" ..
brought to Chicago under fIn prtenses. w : J. B Hbof August. states ciao Of Ibis won,AJ y wi hoikl ftwi bees eirkkoa with parsty.l. .1fI"a (* parity for the ripet

s*<- J.m.... GIli*.pl*. of Allot,. partly fur . ..
"\\t arc Dot going to work .* tanvters .tat. irmnurrr. J. MHUraansh. Tbora.. r . orcu>ld. A :i"r,, ...tu-.t pasr.vV " tl/k t* JWJ t ww.tdered' 4a.getoura .. Japsaa.. sad't'uf1M1sls

.. for I: yr ada y au4 take: ou r stAt* .d ot.t.. )I. J. n.t.I''U. s'xtrty: W ..at..r ken p.Mtltwd Ur. c.fl4l1) (. gout. Itt Ills pb).b Iatnraa'
baa4." several of Ik sb* !* eatitk4' I.. .. .... S.pl e7 i tn. B....., of work'nt '
lsea ia oar rtgbras s
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of dasasaab..fat. wardm an eia .(*(_ i'''f* sr sitotat b'tp I. trout
-\\-p, **nt to bat t.k rr.ust 110".t aad a. text nt n meat J4. *H> t4< mr)r. nun I
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negro I rife O. "ff Jaekeaa, of Atlaata.cb It.a. Me r euceey. 7i,. ilck .. I+intsrahrn.tt 2nJXb. TIt.
a tnwoae. If : '* W _raab"" IsafAelrney of dwetllat.
t.'ItaSUIy r i iIn
>fit
tn I by of /i"
> trlaywltist.
obra aai4 :ft.,. herr.. .tnsa-lt t doubt ik. m Ik* rcteMora. . lev 11a f.n ha. nxapelled, It* ......"... i "
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o aatloeal eonvrnitoQ wfll Wren fw 15) been pr-paflag a
to to murk. )fOIl ut the .....I'V" t"u1( pe+a- .s U...".. .to r.IMINa.n aiI"- '" .feet i./wsray baeeacka 1M Atheir
go IsM t&e ttU ia'eI
: la Aefel.<. Cal as flrtla )Jca.I play artoq aie.fatlu
who struck p-rtltpt'rioting. -Y I day Jun, loA the " I. tba ,..... ; .. vf tc tin..I.) ..butatjht r> A'werkaa ..,....,.., tit ......"". -- J

The fiat ftbaodcg,ul y ocrsrted a. d take j<".- '.la4 off the. der.1 S.. Yo" y+I.n.. .ft1JU._ Heavy ".'''* Prevent HIM'.".

Franklin a.n.4 1Ja4 oft 'rtA#, A tataraa Ttte.*. T.Ha. e iln.fkt.lt . !*..*.. Yt.... ML e44 tktiTk ,. .-.... e+xsaott.. tt Aaa.rkait tktakas. tll.a''wd' llp.i.ia' C 'k ., 3/sy 4. :l

maaa.d, by aearu drtars axoard. +i. \'.. MayF'trw at JwR... rctrdetSl t.-4 in. two taw arseretatin .i t...*t>*g ..I4 1* atilt I Th' prfr+cidaat,"a party cU4 sat ltaat to

.eat ar'.ac.r4 b1 a btu rt'Q.f' loa <:U,. T..n... +t .traf...g prupart Fraaed trees ot psrr. a ...s .....!a.h..... ia city tn day rf*# t4I4 w..I.It-btI, 4.,. Tbe ra''". wk* Lsrw f4ltea tor

".UO" op..at'A as,. .t oar Star at $1M.t ";i. la-.n.- .0' __ Il. Hurt aM .> ..4 4..Sm..bite! U. C. *. lk. ."UMP* (or kofdlsR 1 a. t.., 4.,. b.ra /.,..4 bs wet arrow -.4-

ry WW-'.," aM Fred ."-if*. .b trat'sL irr Katf 0.e 110", A1te'ag fwlaiut. b* t\. t4. *.* II "p. "-0.44 fry ik. '.......!I art *..*! #o" r...,.* bt the as;t. hrrkn air ratwatataj ,1OtM to tAtatpp.

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t"1: r to as a'exa ..rr ..fJ es.r" City N;*.(lci *i txtaOro L.rrtr'a to i Wf7. .ppikabs: ., . t.....' .at Ortt.b.1. ..**( rk* euict fUC4t b a..Itk'r ....! dty14a-/ jy4.ir ga4 may 84'W"
r.a prJr lt;c bb *. A KV:: .ua WSrwr'. stars wa... ILa far -'rrges j.ty ''dt tsaR 1' L It.rrt arl l d LlINr. ., crib 4ttfe1I aesu. eo Oarr'm14' .
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[f >;''S M 1' kHDUSE>> IT WILL KEEP'. M" N'S.: ... INVENTIONS. ABSTRACT & .REArTY COMPANY

., . y If.*r ., Ol.-Id... Used Were SDlrcirtlr ..1..
/ It is not always:-'"necessary Front Jlmiarmj.' / .
1ARE pilS1UMG WORK Houses'irViTubt:, the Invention of man, 7
t2a ovporerter : l ':
:;!; .,;...." ., .. >< .. to use a \vhole bottle ofScott's The Idea wasborrowed* from tbe away. : ", .
.'"'" .(.:(,"" '71" "" Emulsion. What is low. ' ''V '. E. E. von, l R:,

||:.I$:. i' Senate Coaoaririn House Amend. When the world was young Its Inhabitants : Abstracts'of Title and full i information: furnished,, regarding hinds in tr.t, x1
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'" mentooflley: t West Ry.t left will keep. AVe 'have seena were troglodyates.. They dwelt in county. Our manager has lived In this, county' thirty Jean audis !,

boles In cliffs One savage, more enterprising thoroughly conversant with land' titles.
., bottle of ou.r' Emulsion
'NE.SV'U.E'CHARTER BILL than his fellows, puzeled: his
.: three years old that is still brains to find out a way to construct a *"i'"jri '' I
V d.Eq
< cozy dwelling. On one occasion he .. Jl_
1ft nDOorled.. favorably, In the House-Mel- What other -
G, Y ''' '. good. preparation caught; sight 6t a bird gathering bIb of FIRE ACCIDENT. BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE.
Rep
11pp"i'Qovinrvsr'a Mansion Bill Pass re. .
,'" .' of cod liver,oil will keep clay with Its beak. It was a swallow, aerating a number of prominent American and English companies,
.o=-Mar. 7'' Local Bills Presented at and be watched. It build a nest on a REAL ESTATE'AND.CITY LOANS

41.*.TWst< "' Sston.0UUhaseee. sweet and permanent for half ledge of rock."Wonderful.. : Ga.n eav'il'Le : ::1 DJ..or:1.da.
." mid he., "1'11 do like
I: .1'" ,>; : May 4-In the Senate that length of time ? Scott's wise." ? {

,: ..yesterday: a report was received froI" -He set. to-work at onceand 'boll.a JAS. M.-M.GBAHAM. President H.E.Tau2a, Cashier
';'. 'tbVBallroad Commission relative to.ices Emulsion. 'is always"reliable: clay: but. His neighbors called him. the GBO. W. HT_. Vlae-President Lxs. GKAHAJT. Aast. Cashier

!i .,' couoel. "mudhol dweller" and laughed at bis
paid special
. because it's always absolutelypure. house, But ,when
< they discoveredthatbe
,!; Following bill. were introduced : THE FIRST
waD more sang than. they up went NATIONAL BANK
i ')? Senator Humphries-To amend local 'other hats.

,, option laws; also to Incorporate well t end .Vmpl In*. The savage lived in mad huts until
you
OIB G AIN ISVILL:73I.
bond election.
rk ,A Arcadia and permit the beaver rldttbem.n
came to buildIng
-
efOTT:: ft nOWNE.4o) rears Strew, Ntw York
Senator Carter-To amend pension a house for himself he-gave early

laws.Senator. .' man a lenaon''in architecture. The beaTer THE ONLY NATIONAL? BANK IN ALACHDA CO
c .w Sams-To provide for compulsory sheriff when on duty outside the State. not"only showed him bow to build .
'
attendance upon schools. House bill No. 18; by Mr. Baker of houses that would stand all kinds 'of ;
Senator Stockton-To a d Confederate Clay, a bill to h* entitled' an act to repeal weather, but Instructed him'In tile art Capital. . . . . . : . . . . . ,$50,000 00

01 Soldiers' and Sailors' Home InJacksonville Chapter 4972, Laws of Florida, the of dam and bridge building.. and Undivided Profits. ,
Surplus . 30,000 00
The gentlemen" of tbe atone age bad
kt c ; also bill to define sick same being an act making incurable
'
boats. This has been
by'tile
proved
and funeral benefit association. Insanity a ground for divorce of, has* Dow&C.l.-.17: Danktasr btutzten wltn f aelllUes equal to any bank la the State Solicit
r u: things left behind them It Is doubtful I tbe accounts. of r raers.MerahaaM.: Oorporatlons.ete. Interest allowed).;:
Senator Harris-Bill regarding con band and wifeand regulating proceeding however; whether they Invented by: special. arrangement, All business transacted promptly

6 duet of insurance companies. 'to such cases, was read the second .vessels themselves. H..E.,TAYLOR... Casnier.
A Senator Balle,'. special pension bill time. Mr. Buekman offered an amend. A well known antiquarian declares

was again referred to committee on went abolishing all grounds of divorceexcept that-tbe savage stole the Idea for the

j c pensions. canonical reasons Motion to sailing boat from a small shellfish having Take The Atlantic Coast Line

The House amendments to the Key lay the amendment on the table vas a kind of flu attacbed to Its back.

West Railroad extension bill were carried. The bill was placed, on its By resting on a wave and ereoung-the ...
third and fin it can skim over the waters at great FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
concurred In by the Senate. reading pasted. ,
peed when the wind is behind It.
''
Mr. called Manatee House adjourned.
Humphries' up min
It Is generally believed that Invented
't LIgbt and Traction Company's rights the thatch to keep barns and VIa Via 0t. Via '

2 and franchise bill which was passed BASKIN IS SEATED. ricks dry. As a matter of tact It was Noy th"'DaPOR' .E t I DuIlOII' S th .W t Dnpont.

t{ after dissuasion, 14 to 9. Senate Unanimously .Commit the weaver bird ''that gave the Idea to J.oksoravill.. as laclr.8oDriDe or' on P0. es Jaek'rine MoDUomerTRapid .o: ,
'i Senator Crane's opium joint'bill was him. With Its beak it*constructs a per f
passed without debate 24 to 0. tee's R.port-Brown Does,Honors. fectly made large: rainproof shelter or ,

'. Amelia,. was received from the Jacksonville. May 4 -A dispatch to thatch over Its nest. The Zulu huts Transit Unsurpassed Service

7 Governor In regard to the drainageand The Metropolis, Jacksonville, aaytt In the Transvaal are roofed In almost .
The Senate committee on. privileges the same way today. Time T.b'e in effect April 16, 1805.
reclamation of swamp lands and the. .
: Everglades, and "it was ordered spread and election' reported today, favoring before Dame man Nature was was created.a glassmaker. Natural glass long; Depart For GAINESVILLE Arrive From
the seating of Batkin, from Marion
a upon the journal. resembled the glass of which beer bottles ,8:46 p m High Springs and Inter
county and the Senate adopted the 8:80 a m
Senator Bailey notice that. the !
gave are made and It Is to be found In Dully medIate Points
i' special Brown tree pass Investigating g report unanimously. The committee Iceland Spain. Italy, Sardinia 4nd. almost Daily

4 committee would meet at 4 p. m. and decided that Brown'a residence was i In every locality In which volcanoes 12:11S p m Ocala, Lee.burg and Tampa, and 8:40 p m y

asked that In the absence of Senator Miami, and Brown made neat speech have been at work. Its proper name Is Daily Intermediate Points Dally

4' Clark Senator Bailey be substituted d and escorted Basklo to his seat 'obsidian! and there are enough cliffs of
that Justice Carter administered the glass to fill all the window frames In 2:00pm Palatka, Jacksonville, 1:86pm
on committee. Agreed I
to.
'r Great Britain. Daily North EM1 ud WU Daily
v
The Senate then adjourned until 10 oath to the new Senator.GAINESVILLE .
d a. m. tomorrow. Mica is another form of natural glass 12:05 p m High Springs Waycross Savannah Brunswick, 8:15 pm
and Is largely used In the making of i
CHARTER.
jo the Daily Albu7 Atlaata an Points North, East West Daily
In House. chimneys for Incandescent gaslights.It .

'.:' :' Tallahassee May 4 -In the House Will b. Called Up for Second Reading is dug out of the ground will standgreat Stibp m 9:56

,.- yesterday the hours for meeting were Today. hent'and needs nothing but split Rochelle, Mie.nup and Oltra I .m
ting to be made use of at once. Daily I D.UJ8:6O.m
agreed to at 9 a. m. and 8 p. m. Speblsl The Dally Bun: Old brown Windsor soap so commonly

ti : Mr. Melton's bill to provide for the Tallahassee, May '/.-The GalnesTille used for' the toilet \tit not the real .

purchase of a site and the erection, Charter Bill, In Its present shape, thing at all. but merely au Imitation. Daily High Springs 7:20pm

building and furuUhlng of a mansion was reported favorably la the hour "The 'only soap" of that name Is not ex.Monday es.Daily Sunday

:, thereon for the Oovsrnor, and making today, and will be called up for the made but comes from the bulb* of the

'' appropriations for the same and other second reading tomorrow. Porto Itico soap plant and It was used Interchangeable Mileage Tickets good over 18,000 miles of among the principal .
purposes pertaining thereto was read tor washing purposes long before man railways in the Southern States, are on sale by the principal agents.
the third time, and passed by a vote of Terrific Asce( With Death. thought of manufacturing soap from Through Pullman sleeper Port Tampa to New York vU Atlantic Casts
43 to T.p fat and other substances. Its smell 1 Line; also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway
p "Death was fast approaching,"writes exactly the same as London made old for complete Information call on ,
; Mr. Wells of llllliboro asked permission I Ralph F. Fernandas of Tampa, Fla.. brown Windsor,and there Is no doubt J. A. GOODWIN, Ticket Agent Gainesville.]]
; to Introduce a bill relating to license describing his fearful race with death, whatever that tins latter Is an exact imitation Address t -

of Insurance companies doing I "as a result of liver trouble and heart of tbe natural soaps FRANK O. BOYLSTON, Dis. Pass. Agt.. W. D. STARK Tray. Pass. Agt,
business In this State. I. disease which had robbed me of sleep At one time the world was lighted at rJ ? W. Bay .t'J< Astor Bntldla*. Jacksonville, Fla.
The following bills wire introduced : and of all interest iu lit... I had tried! night with "farthing dips." long sticks H. M. EMERSON, Traf. )ilgr., '1 = W. J CRAIG, Oea. Pa... ACt.,
' Mr. Mellon-To provide for the Sol differeutdociorsand snvernlnu 1 of comprised fat with a this string Wilmington. N. O. WIlmingtop.N.O.

dlers' and Bailors' Home! at Jackson 0'tie, bat got no benefit, until begun through the center Before this the
rifle to use Electric: Bitters. Ho wonder* seeds' of the talluw'tree, which grows
By Sirs Melton-To ritend the ful was their effect: that In three day In Algeria Sumatra and China were CLDE LINE
i corporate I felt like a new man, and today I am used\ for lighting purpose The seeds,

.'to,, .."t II.. ...limits...._. ...of._L JnokioDvlllw.___'__ \ . cured of nil my trouble Uuaran* which, are of u good size, need but a .
'j i.uc&ui.u-to I'rf''I1'he 1 teed at all drug stores ; price BiXs. wick to burn with a clear, white flame
. ..
dismissal of rrcordt on appeal or technical - - It will therefore be seen that the idea

,' defeats or errors therein, and to By Wireless to Panama. for both ancleul and modern candles
r allow amendments thereto. war stolen directly from nature.:-Pear
' Washington, May 4.--'I'Ia. compre
(l At the opening of the afternoon session hensivesystem of wireless telegraph son's Weekly. .

the House resumed the consideration service being established by the bureau '

of bills upon their second reading. of equipments of tbe navy department Warnl"F'

r By Mr. 1'aul of Holmes, a bill to be contemplates connecting New You ran not hare tool health unless

' entitled an act to amend S.tlon I of Orleans and Panama. This will n. your kidney ar.. sound tar the kidney '--

'ry Chapter 433K 1, Laws of Florida relating COM lute the istallatton{ at Now 0,o filter the bhl of Impurities which 'J': tI-9Q'FiEI3L'Y:: BAIZT'TC'

to publishing, working and repairing leans of a powerful station, as the otherwise not as Irr"a'h.C puison and BETWEEN

and maintaining public roads and distance between that city and Fans. break body. and down eauseerlous the delicate trouble.urttunt of If joa the Jacksonville and New York,

bridges of the several counties, which ma Is about 1.300 miles. There la a have ktdny or bladder trouble and do Calling at CHARLESTON 8. C.. both ways. '

! was orderednsro,.rl', alter( pasting clear seaway across the Gulf of Mexico not use .'ult'J" Kidney Core, you will\ I The' Finest Steamship la the Coutwise Sartlco
Its eeooiut reading. and the' Carribean. without land have only yourself. to blame for re* '
}. ly Mr. tilitrunkof lsrlon a bill to obstructions between the two objective salts, as "It pwltlv.ly cures all forms nf Clyde New England and Southern Lines
be kidney and blsdder diseases. Sold by .
p entitle) an art to amend Chapter << pulnts. J, \\\ McCollum Co. Direct Servle Between JACKSONVILLE BOSTON and
47C9, Laws of ) PROVIDENCE
Florida being an act and All Eastern Points.

1 entitled an act to provide for the ..-ork.aUI Florida '"" .........-. Calling at Charleston both.ways
Sons of America Meet.St .
( of public road of the State and Augustine. Fla., May 4,-Tbe "My ancestors.** said the man wboeeame S-m'1Vl I-W131: CLY a A TT.-':-NGB8outhbooJMt.

the working; of couriots thrr-on. Or. state encampment of the Patriotic Order happened to be Endlcott. "Tarn ..... .,.................' ....From Lewis' Wharf, Bassos
ilertsl n<);ro.trd. over In the Mayflower." Northbound....... ........,... From Foot of Catherine St.. Jacksonville
of Son
of
1 America
opened theannual Ir
The lluu.reuncurrent And mine. observed the man wboee'
14, ty! Mr. resolution No. meeting here yesterday. The name was Adams "were the original
t ; indfUrJue.Ttrronit.. Uf to rl'J'Ort11'011 the convention will t"OOUDUe two days.Kvrry occupants of the garden of Eden."- Clyde St. Johns River Line
cfiitaln laud grant town of Importance the state
Chicago Tribune.
railroad If3.tweor1 JACKOOMVH.CK
mud canal I and SANFORD
( companies to the Is represented The local camp havenot Stopping at Palatka,"Astor 8t. ,"rue...Bereaford
(DLaad.aiHt lt rmsdla.e-
InttuJallcuprt\'t'm.ut
fund ..._......
directing arrallCf'an elaborate program; 11: I Landings. on 8u Johns Rim,., -
procrnlloKt to compel| | settlement. ''of entertainment but various forma Nothing Is PO contagious' a* enthusiasm. I
Z! was |..u.U by a large majority of amusement and a seafood banquet It is the real allegory of the tal" Steamer "CITY OF JAOKSONVH-LE"

HousbillNo.46l by Mr. Julian of are amlox tbe feature Mayor of Orpheus; It tnoY** stoaes; It t"harm. Is appointed' ,0..1t.. follow t Leave 3ACKSONVILLE Sundays. Tuesdays-

Colombia, to amend section! W7. .,. ltoyce delivered an address of wel t brate KnthoUtn la the grnlua of and Thunda,.. 3 JJO p. m. Ketoraing ar. SANFORD Mondays
oDd elusion i title, chafer l.artiele e tome Today and \Ve4aee4ay will be sincerity an! truth actfonipUsb novtctorkxi Wd.edays> and Fridays. 1:80 a. m.L .
",' the 1 of devote4 to without It.-Bulwrr.To ao.tsteo.aa.. SCHEDULE Itnrtaa..mai ';
Itni.cod btMutesof the Stale the buaince ot the occ..Sua aew...
Qf .....
Florl.1.. rt" ribing the dieyaalifea. and state officer wilt b* elec4..s.1 LeaT8aOpm.. .Jacksonville........... ...AmTe 2:<< am
thins elf SW.... sou read A bt*ui it camp are organized'< la the make kaowitdc* vataabl you fr4spm .... .....Pala *............. .....Lear BiOptrs.
'h..cone d most rata the Uasetfatness ofietsrota. wisdom.Har .ro a.m.....,...., ..Astor .....
r time. and ah.r state now, The order .. DeW her i .......... .... It t90 pIlL '
dtacuuiua w. 1 70 ............... __. ..
44 Lo 6. pus rd : am. .8& ,. ...............4 ?. 2:00.-
0" .--.- ----- .. ..,..... ....Bereaford (DLaadJ ... ,....... .. 1 t00 paI '
motion lIouw Bill So. t. bJ W r. Arriv :aOan..... -,....Saaford' ................... ora0aaa
I ROiborou.b QIlaebue.. o"U\1.-d aa utpnrilta. Goofl !ornythtn 10:00 un,.. ....... ..... ,EaterpliM............. ...... IO too vat
vet
't, llabultin"'IQ\Uia, tad chGniDI tbo duti... &? Ask your >&rtnts.traodpftrents GENERAL PASS. AND!TICKET OmCE.W. BAY S?..JACz801iyflLEP.

rod rightj of nust.r hbon .id. tslsm.o'ea>s t..nt.Aaat.flea .. ... ..
..n.",. and ntt & Tour w. r. . m.wset Dar AL.rMtIitc ...
?t was c. .. .
WOl"Di'Jr Ptesgaa
iah1hal..I Uetpo-t.. ers doctor. We ..lItlclTe It s 0. p.a..o"'lU..L.;.:;..wsi...:
A Hoare biU .... ov a to tit Ilt.ea...... Jaab.s'IW..I\a. "
totrodue.d by Mr, A..fiI\'h tast's.......'- Ta
Best
y Uundot. pro'w'iac for ...u.... \0 any.of them. blood ncdJelse. : IC..I'a.YDC9iIp )th a
a, Bettncrre 0..1'1 Eattasfer{ t .. C'" 111'..... -'_-'.to Lhasa., ....7tster Xert ,J Vii, 1 .f.'

J ) .," IUlJ 'i'J.. .. ..}t'
"
q 7 r ''s Sf"i' 3* .. . r; '. '1., "If";_.. ;.,'>>:" c1 i"J!' : :; W., "!..I;r.l.h' .;' "r.tt-'t''!, '' --: .It



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I : THE PAIL: SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA,; MAY' .5t) 1005' .

--- .... "9 ,""

THE NEWS FROM ., ', '.
MICANOPY. ., ''
"" t
-
tm I WESLEY HALL RRESTED.. E'LTEixN.-....F3E*.".,o. wt "" ....., ,\'%- .\' .;\
Death'of Mrs. ... ... "'-- .. ""- ,.,. "'\;.'i" ,1'

:Sad Busy.Shipping. -Other Dillard Notes.-Farmers Must Stand Trial for Alleged Sale of Women in Out Hospitals TR. DsVERE B. lo "''n1. :.t.. ;',:. :, :', :://"

Liquor Without U. ** .,' ,
I S. License. '
;".' .r. :'. : "'' .' :
.l"'f: : :
Mtaattopy, tar 8.-Miss Anesta Ab- Deputy: Umtrd Slate 1 "" >!' ,'. ,...,

ernathya trained none who has been Marshal Bishop . DENTIST..Mi{S ,.. I"..
of Ocala arrived the city yesterday .;; \$ ..
several Appalling Increase in the Number of Operations "'
month
pending in ,
Louisiana, and arrest, .i A\'''AI.j .j Hall upon a .,rijJIt:: : .
ii speeding her vacation with h.r chrreof ....' | Performed Each Year-How Women May 'F "
-nj .q >0r without hsv- Om,. over Mareu.refeia Att'WOT*'I'G'" usarM.

mother and ailt..r. ( ii.KiuUu i -.f "iou a Uniicd dtatvj: Avoid Them.I .:.iA; "t v P
Milt Sarah Brow who has been lieense. .-
to'
quite ill, re are glad to say i* better. I The arrest way mad npon ..n old J% A. OARLt$LI'':. .. '. :" '

Ber. and Mrs. Q... M. Gordon returned charnf. It sAnd
ally|
| be r"m-uibr throe ATTORNEY AT LAW
.Monday from Archer where some time ago Hall
was arraigned in I
"
they attended the 'installation service i(. the ciurtjof thU county" Solicitor; 'in Equity "
upon a chargeI ,:
of Rev. Wadell. of rolling liquor In a dry county sod -

The tad death of Mrs. Dillard occurred I was convicted sentenced and Real Kstat, Conveyancing and flea:=
last Wednesday served .,.11.,.." ,,,.* All uuslnve promptly
funeral morning, and his time. It now appear that he held attended to. om next door to Sun

the was held in Micanopy no government licvnte. and i it was up- office. UAIHKSTIUJE, FtoatDA ,
d-
cemetery Thursday _morning at 10 on this charge that he was re-arrested i.

o'clock.. Deceased has been a sufferer by United States authorities ((1 lebi7 ((1t FERDINAND BAYER,

for seyeral years from that dreaded I. Hall spent Jut night in the county I ATTORNEY AT LAW.

disease, consumption. jail, and will be taken to Goals by or- ..
QAIXBSVILI.I Fioam
-
Miss Elose Richmond a young fleer( Bishop to answer to the charge

nurse of Jacksonville, who has been today.

visiting her 'friend, Miss Abernathy, Can sell your city property (improve -

for the past-week, returned Hartman-Ramage. and unimproved), phosphate, :
Jacksonville
to trucking and farming. lands Itonii hima ,I
Sanda,. Wednesday afternoon at ro>fouro'click
list of what you offer for sale :SUb
Mrs. Evans and daughter. Miss at the residence of Cnpt ami Mrs. A. I II ,?I 1'j 1


today.Augusta. were visitors to our town solemnized W. O Torbert one in of this the city prettiest, there home wa_ I tits Ru Mushru5h Mrs Fred se d et w. E. HAKKll. '.:1


Rev E..A. Fray U still carrying on wedding that hat ever occurred in the i i I ATTOUNKY-AT-LAW,

his meeting. We are
meeting will "revive" some of our Mi.s Bessie Ellis Raoiage. lal'frt!' cities one III i'Mvtto tin>l !such I gone",\vant-to-be-left-alono! felmjrs .:"(\
people. The bride is the lovely daughter of a largo proportion the natleut lying they ithouM rvmewbter then (ls one (

Mrs. A. W. G. and on those anow-white beds women tried and true remedy. OA1NKSVILLE. Alaohua Co., FL> .
Torbert i i. orlachua'
one
Mrs. Godwin' and little ion, Willie ,\ beet and girl, who are cither awaiting! The ful.owlnir letter cannot fall to 01111"-" In-EmM Block, .
!.ee..of Fairfleld spent Tuesday and teacher. or recovering .from horiuua opera bring hope to 111I1II'IDIf'lIutD.| J

Wednesday in town. The groom I IA well! knon in Gainesville tions. Mm. Fred eydel. 419 N. !in" Street J. lI. ALDERMAN,

Mrs M. E. Simmons of Maitland is and is a young man of noblecharacter. Why should this lx the rate" ? Simply I \Ve t PhlUaelphta., ; l'& wrlte iDr JK.

here on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. He hat been connectedwith aelves.because. Ovarian they have ant iiotfUoU'd womb troublesare them .. Mr*. 1'llkbAn't- DENTIH'C ,
I I wax tn s.rltaia e vUUon wbn I
the K J. Baird Company for very
several
-J. B. Simonton certainly on the increase among wr)t. to you fur eel ten. I had a..dons womb (asooeswv Wt\.I.( '.,. A 4.rmsal]
years. His numerous friend. the women of this C'Uuntry-th. creep and oTurlnu tmulil .n,11 cuuM not carry *.

MARCH- JURY UNSETTLED. wish him all the happiness possible.The I upon them unaware. but every one of chill. U"> maturity sari "'TM .IrUwt& that an O,.r IKitios>> A Co'. tlABk, o..u e
'f'. those patients in the hospital beds| had I "'liI'raU'Nwu my milr hnp ->C r.Hx.Terr. 1
ft. "
1 bride wore a lovely gown of plenty of warning In that. bearing- eoukl lint brnr to think of going 10. the beepi Mi* 1.1 l Attention le Crow sad. u..,,,,,. wopV.Phoe. "

Corulderable Delay' in Coroner's. Jury white sill, and carried a beautiful bouquet down feeling, pain at left or right of i tat ... wrests nte you sill fur Io..k ash I.TilU I IITI i IUI':. llnkhAm'sV .. you intnufvl '- . 70DL i

Returning a Verdict. of white ro'l"' ". The groom the womb, nervous .exhaustion( pain In .',KetAhl. t'oiiMiiHiiul, and 1 am nnt only a .
OORDUN II TtMOM.DKNTIHT.
There seems to be considerable )looked his best tn a suit of conventional the small of the back leucorrhnoa. dta- wU wunutnto-tUv,but bnv n h. .utifiil baby
delayin alneM, tlatulencr, displacements| of the girl at& inmiUM ol.l. I .Ivlw. all tok and .
the matter of reaching a verdict by I' womb or irrffularltlrv All of these suffering woman Ui wrlto y.'u fur ailvlc, M -
the coroner's Jury at High Springs in They were the recipients" of mop symptoms are Indlcatinnii of an un- you:: bar dotty ao luuclt fur u...." i
Clr the case of the killing of Ollie Witt by handsome and costly prenent" I healthy condition of the ovaries or MIa' Ruby Mu'\hrukh, of East n,. ,.1f\ert..lo New York Cltv.Cru .
will b. at home thHr friends 503 womb. and if not heeded the penalty
to
Officer M. R. March at that place I Chicago, lu..., wriu- ; .A.llrMjt. work and ITUUM ft|<...uai.a.
North Garden street, this city.A ha to bo paid by a dangerous operation.
Wednesday morning. Up to a late (itats: T. When these yinptoiun uianlf..t themselves Dear Mr*, r1n"a..IIU- AU.WONS OUAMANVSSU.om .
S.I UA rets..na gist ..,If""r wills irregular ". in MUtor LAW ttsobea.e.THE .
hoor the jury had failed to return a -- da not drag along until you are InftnIttMIAUnn ao.l ovarian routes and .l l"m% 0....."....... rt...
verdict with the result that the mat- Seven Years for Cashier. obliged to go to the h..1'lta1 and submit Shoe months ago the .tutor ru-r unincUt .. ..... _.__ __ _ _'__.__..__.n___
..Cleveland May 4.-A. B. Speer, to an operation but remember! X-IUjr on an.. ..101 l I heat an AlirMtjm tit.1 '
ter stands JOlt where it did when the ,, WEST ENJ,
that Lydia F.. IMnkham'a Vegetable oTn.rie ant wmil.l Imr to h v an oiertkin.My ) ,
cashier tho
jury took the oath. of closed Citizens' bank of Compound has saved thousands of m<,ther" wnntwt tint to trv l.vilU: Ill'''' .
There OUerlin. today in the United States women from surgical operations tuuii'n V"kt't'>lM t\>mp. t remit. FINE WINES. LIQUORS A U1OAR9 -'?
are no new developments.The
district court entered and tt not only Mmt nte from an eq..r.tMq '
a plea of gull troubled ir
town of High Springs is quiet. and When women are with but n..... ova MiUrvly wJL" JOHN "Kf7.I ".I"ro.or1.wr.
ty one of the
on
count Indictment regular.auppressednrpuinfulmenatruation
excitement Compound 11.,1 vr. ur n... "cte QB,m.. ma.
no : prevails. K. I' nkham-'s Vegetablw' -
charging him with making lahlft' entries wr .kuel\. leoforrluBa. illttplaoe- Lydia -
OmeerUarch:: has been placed under aunt or ulceration of tine womb that atom i reinore* \uol tr Hible. '.
arrest as a matter of form but Sheriff in the bank's bok.8. District Attorney bearing-il.)wn freling, Inflammation of U ,fu+e to buy. any other ii> itlclno, for Faust beer, bottle and draught.. punt : i
v I'I Sullivan recommended that oil:I the ovaries, backache bloating (or Hat- you need the be.t. fall to Call on mm when In Jacksonville

Fennell, who returned from High orhcr Indictments against Speer containing ulency general debility indlgc Uon, Mm. rinkham Irtvites all skk women ,, 'I!

Springs, states that the man was released 15 counts be noli pou J. and nervous prostration'[ or are txtnet to write her fur advice Her a lTU,
on his own recognizance. Judge Taylor st once sentenced' 8p'er with such symptoms at llrxlnci<. laiultutle. bare restored thou_mU to
cxcitabllltv.. Irritability n,>rvou" health Address Lynn MAM.S I Ipoud .
Mr March visited thin city and spent to en years' imprisonment In the Mathushok Pianos
.several hours here Thumday. Ohio penitentiary. Lydia E. Plokhaa's Yejetablc fAm .cccc4a: When Other Fmll."You .

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Officials Must Appear in Court. I
Cleared for Action. .... .. . .....
New York May ..Justice HHchoff Misleading Advertisements.Harford D..e. n. >TK1> run JWFKT.IKNS: Abu IMJHU MTY
When the body is cleared for action Conn.. May -Action hs* ttlil thw house wa only' fly.minute. .

by Dr. King's New Life Pilla, you can today signed an order directing Pres. ben brought by the state of Connect 1- .' walk from the station. corn.plelu.al Of TOME! TOWER A.IDUCIUIIIMTY. ;
IJ..nt J W Alexandpr.'ke
tell it by the bloom of health on the i anies President cut through Attorney several King the .h'I 11... '"1'0"' '' the least. *3
James llazen Hyde aDd View
cheeks; the brightness of the eyes ; the against the Equitable Life Assurance I'm dt".f l1'ltco.lln yon." : ., '- '- .- .
lrttildent (lag Tsrbell( ; of the riiult-
And Tin In
firmness of the flesh and muscles the Society of the tilted Htut-. and the IlnspiMitntetl yon" rophiesi I
; able Life Assurance Society to appear the -JCli>ht. "1 thought you wire 1505, plsso for .... trtldtf SIMI! shads I la
buoyancy the mind. Try them At before him In the supreme court onMay Mutual' Life Inallt.or.uf S.wlr", a rapid walkerI'biladeipbtaIre's. I 'tll 4I kxM r tka other*. ......rM,..
all drag stores, 25e.IF : aUrfflng that advertisement of tti* very M.' ...."... sad ..,.., an""' ''.
. tl for tho purpose of being txamlncf > companies published l early In lb. ... .04'........." o..bl..
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and making a deposition as to .
,.
I the farts: and clrcurii..tancs under ant year In a Hartford npwsruper, donut ....... HIM tu.*.. U"detail W ds sad s U.srerv ,

YOU LOVE YOUR which the no-called amended charterof 'I correspond with the last verlfitdatctfinent You think a poet deal of your bosbant ..4.a).... S
msd* )1.v the coinpanyles to ]. don't your ..".+l the visiting
the l Equitable Society[ WAS sdoptnl.
.WIFE DON'T'ROIST I tn> Insurance dep 'tm"nt <>f thin state. rrlatl re. Bold by u* continuously tar

Condemned Man Attempt. Sulclds. "I The peaalfy of 1"") provided by Ibo "You bars the wrong preposition," r"

HER NashviiU'. Tenn. May <.-Tom Cot statutes Is .ti.,I r<" 'In each action. answered Mr. Meekton's wife, with tbrokl OVER THIRTY TWO YEAH
tou'e of the wOlaaa.r
By compelling her to bake the family sentenced to be hanged hero for the r 'Cd;; superior without a single' failure. If f Oft
think hint/
I Governor Not on.BprinRf.ld fur '
'bread during the hot summer months. murder of Policeman lln F. Dowell. want a piano' for a ur.t.... ,
May 4,-Up to noon today ..,.,lee buy theM .e
Boy your Bread from next: J'rlday. mad a desperate attemptto ,
Governor ) -
I br.n bad frclv d borequrst
commit suicide in his cell at the MAX KKAUSSe
from Msvor Duuu. or the :rtathi5i h.ek T
...Keystone Bakery. . county Jail here this morning by tak Cook county auitiorltl to send .tatv
ing poison Ills condition is critical KpresnlloK 514054 law M UCM ........., wise ...u..
work and troops tw Chicago: to aid In
It's savins of time money proterUo .
In the extreme and the chances art ff gas east MR14 mess ea U'ar
Fresh Bread Delivered Dally property and mail! i sluing order In lb.> ...... '
irlat WeA par issue
against his recovery. Cox |is perhaps E A. \VEIL & CO. :::;,7
To all parts of the city. Also Cakes, strike Infested dl.*rlcts. fof .. ... TrIUAV, *
renneaa.e'a most noted criminal of !
Pies and every other production of r4'o1 I "No riHjoiit ha com from Chicagofor I ,4
cent year Th<* killing/ of Poilcemao! WHOLESALE SHOES
the modern, up-to-date troops'saM Governor o.-D..n. "Itr

bake shop. Dowrii was of a molt iu-n.atlonal char. *t* tb. Ludden Bates ft

A. T. KCIIAFEK, freprlrtor KrjsteneBakery. actor and Cox's trial attracted widespread request will b* mi"td oa st once." I Of All Ptserlptl.as.

P...ee lOi. attention.
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$200.000 Firs In Newark, N. J. Tb. pualUon of l l'rubT In the harts-r Southern Music House, ,R

"' OJ.l.(ESTILLE': FAVOBITERESORT. Newark. N. J.. May 4-Mre early today shop of a lartex b-.tel In Nw York U Bole Afnu forXOXAUCH andMITItt.ElUSqUALITT BAVAKNAH GA. Y

destroyed the paint works
Icy and dark: on the Newark neaoo'ws.Tn man atteods to hi* tMMlo..... lintel (.. pair warrant**!. JOHN D, MURPHY, Mfr

} Ion U estimated at $100.000. Tt. I I trocM are liberal tlpt9r{ Tb* brusher EMTA11LINUCD Iota
';;Alachua Pool! Parlors is etpwrtixl to fltxl watt for nnturn.rw I
building was t*o fret square and Iwo J. Uina&io. Agent
it th# tmrtMrrs' chain: are flll ..1 saw: to GAITHER ft BRYAN State Al'ts.T.i..1. :
. and half stories II 1tL. An adjoJnlnc
.. a hatMl arwantl U>. mumtn and Ulo.ir.tp .. ..-. ._ . _- riXIRIlJA. 'Vn 4
building occupied by T K MoOornasck .
C. Bare*. Pr.prletar.Located : td -i.*.... Tn* tar Gerber pay ibis
fmmfmm>mtmmtmmmmmmmftmffmmmmmtmm fimmimmmu
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sad
WAS gutted a -
Lath anmbet
plant -'- -
I bo Mtary"' r.riul*.loa to work to Dot AUCHUA COUHTL =
;
of small dwellings a arby: were shop i. considered oActrat cow p.0.5' 1 TheHoirldV( 5
damaged. Ts l AulJdlags>> were occupied
sad In nvwtca
Ooru The boon are looc. Alanua e.*inty Is kuE,4riaae..la.

in the Porter Block! sooth by employ of lbs factories lathe ..e. brub.r* are allowed a hay M assaattant. area, has 244 miles. rail,",.. JO1 klrultand Truck Grower

'.ide eqaare. Tlvee drst-elaM tables. vicialty.. The ranse of the Are ...11.. wag'>a r. A4. M pMi.lnV.*, .;,

- Good li ,Bta: and prompt and eoorteoo Is unknotrm. --- 129::: ptabhs Mhlllnl! 77 plwspJfcai. U J. uac..,. E4lt.r aa4 rrws/r, :'
service. The pabiM U eordlally Invited I TO CURE ANY D1sAtt" : pbras.. a0.sw ...IU.. |7M> awry UC.iLA.rL.i. :!

and always ..1eorD_. ",Ia. .-..... ....... house, five &...{>ei...rs. and pro-

.-L When a gtrl Is Ant.otaged sb. tf- dues ena. 4rOt1b rM4. .esar, 11*W Tear . ,-j sw *.* . .11.511 :..
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or-
pot.u. ,
.,*. oo a ten. room bosoe In the swell The caw M..i w pw..I. ens. .$104t5 rye....5eb.. p.s". phme. ... 1 nlagl. ,.*.... H. .,,. . . .. 10 : t
of town. As time *os on tt* w.F uu." D..d.wt. }
part I ..... .04 all kinds ofEainesrille .c..t-a...
b9f grwdasUy 4rr.s** to sire swtllK Kill th. g.tm l"..t *..... daring.taW. "
It U a feat ream stroctnrs. 'b aU .< a* r sad b.sbt.ws.. r+* .mwor bee b* lIOffEOM (the County Seal. devoted especially' lv Itee. l.a......01 .
nlss n. the fancy irtmntlngs are left off and 0o ( tt*4m seat ti>e booM .. located to.pal' a rstat4> I C"'W tasoMutIp fkwbe.ra II.rpid3' rjortda.
\ of town. rtaAUy wt.a the wMdtzwr a"+t r5't? aa.nDrss .....,.. It .. snaoaixwl that tt* 41.-<<,.._, tNt It I, also a Isetfltt I sekool,tae Zees Florida B. siary, A 'p..ial trial. tofeMHftloc* of sit ,utpossUa :
NOTIONS coom.cr will *.UJ. wttti Out brtdVa tatag.Attbisoa ,t 1 tat Lair tr ..tA* f if re.*t./ tlftrt ..... privet. ........ tare* ..*.,.fM. rs.UstlUd will b* aeat o...,,r...l,. .f '

couple r 'Jf. ...... Asir petaaratbtm is .. pie Ktl. lied ..* ., W best 'M.. Utanps. tak. ; .F
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4lbt. .eisttmr b.d..5 ... MAw' 'I ..W'. Am slams tysMM .IM" ."...,.. .. ." .po_ .._"' ."_..1..1. _"J;;.: t:
AND vq iiMlorl. .. ,
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said p. |lfM. two !. ., "
.in. -.4 11Mr4. parr. It ..... .11 Inf .b.. irw la..ca3 macfc tae st.,... tttrs wend f* fo. IEI '

\. NOVELTIES.yactrr'.r Bfll tad a blllt osfd. BO aia. lu ut aboard swse. pa,. .54 .IImeo .... .ftI. -. r_.e.lro. ge. .two..... ,..10...... FIVE MILU0K;: .p,

,. bUL Tbe bard tm borwi IIUI MOat *....? U* ..o* *t-* tlikas.d to h u... ,..... Iwo '.I1UIH'....... ---.otf. .*74* .* "J '- ' 'f; '1
PITT cold toss tdOMat' to |.y W. ... '.. tast.. will Met d. It* ..,. ., .tu.aag tlonp.....:. .. 511.. :1 .ew kav* <.* ftaM*WMt IMNMIM r.tW... .

t.YRS. td S. attar BID add tito Ws .I. __ u.ry....... said w ...... ....r....,, satyr re'plt4ijlir.. atwp.atiM ...t+gtdsx tess4a la 1".J': .t."t, .:
bid fcta board bin fit. b.*wfp l.e.. ..... IkI 1 aeasssw tor ...... $.... tons i.s....Rm4 veil ...... life 1a01r'aMl# i .. "'fJf. ,,!' J. ..:
tend> > Say '!s. Il.rp4di.,put V.itl, $ks n.lM eea+w .. ._.. : c ,' f .
J. A. AMMOXS bsted Bm.-TaJe b ae ==L-p-I .j .I:.., ., ,. \)
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r" k' '. .;).: THE DAILY SUN: : GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MAY 5. 1905 '(Y


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,tii\, FLAGS RAINMAKER IS 8UCCE88FITUuceeda
( OA\.Y .: THE ,
,

the! \ t ..:;';Tbo' return of the Confederate* battlebp $ In Cwjny Showers In South 1 .>,

r ; Which.: 'took"p1a ? af the, State ern California.,. '

towered at the Pact Offlee at Galnetnrule......." Capital on Tuesday"w one of the Loa; Aq lu,-May 4.-CbarleaF. Hat- A Healthy tivcrA Makes ;

loll teoor.d-elM mall matter. < "" most impressive .events In the'hI.torJ field -raJamaker.." who ha been 'j

1'H. of the State The eyes of'the old Vet working .lnee December 15 to produce Welt Manprang

H. MCCREARY.Editor and PubUsber. erans sparkled with joy as they 18 Inches of rain tor Southern California

W. W. ASULEY, AsaocUte Editor marched into the .hall of the House by May 1 on a pledge ol a DUmber .
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JESSE DUKTZ. City Editor. of Representatives, carrying the banner of Los'Angeles citizen to pay him

they followed over forty years 41.000 U he succeeded haa compared .'

LOUIS J. IIRt SBY, Gen'l Traveller Agent. ago and '' although Iheir footsteps faltered his demonstration and ban been paid a ,

'' they' clang to the battle-scarred larger proportion of the sum promised
F. rBEWlTT, Bupu Compatriot1 Room. emblems with the warm devotion that The fall of rain In Los Angeles during

tbeydidln.ihe:: CO'*. the aea on ending May 1 has been '
OFFICE: PORTER'BLOCK. IS.iHJ inches; which far exceeds the
which been
flC&e .have re
.05 W.Main: Street, B. TlLtN0aa 434THK flags just
turned by'the general government are fall of Jat season and Is 'above the va.w seers
M1 DAILY SUN,published every mornlag e follows normal annual ,precipitation lor this
t cept Monday,del -rrrd by carrier: In theeity ortaaikd asyf section. A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND and the MOST PERFECT
to any part of the United) Bute*,po.tap, Fbif-B.ttleft.g of the Second( Flor iaUl1ed LIVER MEDICINE KNOWM., Do not fill your system
free,for$3.year; 12.50 nix month; (..::15 three >Ida (Infantry. ) established his Talnmak- with Calomel. Arsenic or Quinine. HBRBIHEIs: > ffaaran-
tnonth*;or SO cent for fir wc k -.trlctljr to Second-BftttleflsK of the Fourth Jne" plant In Altadena In the foothlllaof teed cure for all diseases produced by a TORPID LIVER
the mountains 20 miles IMPURE BLOOD. It will cure IfAt-A-lkwithClUt leading
&4..ta<< First some from ; and
Florida infantry. Captured by
Los Angeles ou Dec. 15 and the amount any of the deadly effects of many drugs-used.for that
Heading notice to l local column to cents a flee Lieutenant Charles H.McCleary, Company of ralUall 'from that date in the Immediate purpose? One bottle purchased today may: ears you froma
'for first insertion and 9 cent for each additional O, Seventy-Second Ohio volun sick spell tomorrow. Quickly cures Biliousness, Constipation
'r insertion. teen. locality of hii plant has been Dyspepsia, ?Malaria Chills, and all Liver

i Rate for display advcrtUinc made known on Third-Battleflsg of the Sixth FlorIda 26.49 inches; llatneld's method i I. a Complaints. Used and recommended by the medical pro-
1, appUcatloa.'I generation of gas and its discharge, fession generally.A .
infantry. Captured by PrivateOtis
into the atmosphere from a .chimney,, PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'SENDORSEMENT. .
The Twicc-a-Weet(Sun U an eight-pace,fort;- Smith Company G, Ninety-Fiftb :
which has the result, be claims of attracting
column paper publUfccd every Monday and Ohio volunteer' infantry, at th_> battleof .
2 i Thuraday, and contahia all the ncwa of the Brent wood Jill!., near Nashville the forces of attracting the Dr. A. J. Hannah a leading physician Umatflla
..4 week, local, State and general, and will be Tenn. December 16,1864. forces of nature which compel moist Fla. says: "I have been using Herbine in my practice -
walled pottage free'to any part of the United ure' to form and be precipitated In and am well pleased with the results. ,1 always
Mate*or Canada,for f IJCXMI jrcar-ln advance. Fourth-Battleflag of the Eighth the shape of rain. keep some on hand and think it a grand'medicinefor :
Florida Infantry. Captured by Sergeant Biliousness and liver Complaints." -
AU adrertUinff bill become due alter firit
Thomas Horan, Seventy-Second
t of adyertl em nt, unlesa otherwUei Bottle Avoid All Substitutes
appearance New York volunteers. ': Excelsior Kills Sweetheart and Self Large 50c
i Upulated la contract fartlca not!known! to ui Third
will be required to pay 'for advertising la ad- i brigade. Woodbury, Ga., May 4.-Oscar BUn Ballard Snow Liniment Co.

1rt.e0. Addrcu, TUB DAILY lieN, i. Fifth-Battleflag of the Eighth Florida shot and billed Edna Wamble, his .'.
OA.txicavii.LB If.... infantry Captured In the battle sweetheart,. and then slew nlmaelf with St. Louis* U. S. A. '

-.-- of Sailors Creek April 19, 1865,- by the same weapon. Both are' negroes ,
EDUCATIONAL BILL. Stinson was to have married the Warn
First,Sergeant A. A. Clapp Company
ble] woman last night and the minister
O, Second Ohio veteran volunteer cavalry
; The following Is the text of Senator First brigadeThird cavalry divisIon was waiting to perform the ceremony OLD AND RECOMMENDED BY G
; Trammell's edoeatlonal bill, introduced General when the bride-to-be changed her mind
In the Senate r Coster commanding. and refused to be married. Stlnson W. M. JOHNSON: GainesfilUvFla.j I., C. BISHOP, 3lachuaFls.,
Sixth-Battleflsg of the Eleventh
r' Be .It EC acted by the Legislature off Florida Infanryt Captured In the battle got his pistol and with few words be- .

the'State of Florida! of Sailors Creek Va, April 6,1865.: gan shooting. As the woman U "" "I" "o.roi .I ':
dead he turned the weapon on himself
"Section 1. That the several instl
by First Lieutenant A. T. Lamfere,
1 lotions for education main and fired, producing instant death. .
$ higher I
Company B, First Connecticut cavalry !
? 'tilted and supported' or partially First brigade Third cavalry :
+ <
,' maintained and supported by tbeStat" dlI.Joo.OeDer.1 Custer commanding. Landon Coxey's, :May Army 4.-A for miniature England.Ooxejr 5 If You Are Insured.. t .
of Florida shall not martrioolate
Y s.t. Battleflsg of the. Eighteenth
army is forming among ttto strikers of
or enter for Instruction any stadeni Florida infantry. Captured in '
.
1
the army boot workers of Northamp
who does not possets tne qualifications battle at Sailors Creek, April 6, 18M, tonshire. It Is proposed to march on In a Company that is Responsible! Have a Policy Correctly
for admlision to the Freshman class Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company
Private Daniel Wood K
hy Company the war office In London and lay the Pays Losses Promptly
a. prescribed In their present cata % s
First volunteer
Virginia veteran cav men's grievances In regard to pay '

logues. airy Third brigade. ., Third cavalry etc. before the officials. A band of /
80. 2. That the several Institutions division General Caster commanding. music has been engaged to accora- You Are Assured s

for higher education maintained Eighth-Flag Apalachicola Guards. plmy the strikers t whose march probably .. ;A
and supported or partially maintained '
wilt occupy a week.
and'uppork-d by the State of Florida I LEGISLATIVE NOTES. That no serious Ion can overcome you without. you have some _1_

'hall not maintain ai.d support any refuge. :

preparatory departments, sub-eolle. The Brotherhood of Hallway Train. 0 4

glate department or sub-frethman de. men have petitioned the House for the DYSP'EPSIA

partmrot or academic department In passage of the master' and servant'sbill. ) Fire Life Accident and Health Insurance. C
,
connection with' said Institutions, but
,.R....,' takva _4-fvt >TMear...."
ront for
I
their course of instruction shall be Or*.",...'b, .i>4 b.ln.nUr.ly.umd, of 0"'>m"aetark ) None but Reliable Companies
4"" Mr. Avery" of Eeambla Introduced an.lterpda l .l think wont" of pr..U.ill Represented.
limited to the usual four years college a .u.I. (.....n.. fort"e rwo.d.Haleo.pnaalo.r .
.. .. ..... .
P bur Ut "' oth.r .va.ll.d r.m.dl..
bill '
In the Honte life insure
course to prohibit NL"withoui avail. and I flort tax. Cuc.ri r.llT
own In a day i all th. .t. 1 ... .'
from mailing dlsarlm- span > r Ink.
"Heo. 3. That the collegiate curriculum ante companies **.
or college courses now prescribed (nations in policies where the condi* 'wpMla.ay-, ... 101 Ihreer St.,Je '"r CUr,X.I. A. M: CUSH1VIA.NInformation .:

I. by the several' State schools shall not tlons are equal. 51f For ) cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA

u be lowered from their present stand TM aaweis
Mr. Bryan's bill to amend sections
ail.t 4isee.
of an act to provide for' the registration "I""I '
"Sec. 4 That the high schools
t
of all legally qualified voters in
which hare been designated' lenlo'rhlRh
the State, and to provide for generaland ciTnaavtc JDST.A.BLXBJ3EJD .
+ schools as prescribed law
by are
special elections and return, approved 1
f herehyde.ignatrdas accredited high May :25, 1895, was pasted' 28 to TsD.v
schcols" and the graduates of said accredited H.F.DUTTON&CO.DKAI.KRS
:23, by the House
high aohool shall upon pre PI......,.Pal.... ..%:TUN 0-4 Do aged. .
1I..r .-.. W.. .. .Neiac/N.r
Urifx lc
entfttlou n( their diploma, of graduation The Senate committee on organized 1014.11I1.".Is. Th."....or!.. tekl.. ,....pe.i C.J Ou.r IN- .
\t I' U-.......*...>.ar ro+--6 ....... ...
admitted t to the FrethmanclaM labor with amend
reported favorably, I StrUa R... of any of ihi tState. institutions ments, on the Stockton child labor law, ,AWALSALETEBM1WON BOXES Sea Islam Ootrboio.: : ;
for higher il l Inn without examination ) ,
DC a The amendments were suggested by h
k If said rerillloete\ Indicates the Introducer and merely substituted .

e, that the N|<|illoaul |I.u.....,es the pee the Bonn of Public Instruction In 'VVHITE'SCream Sea Island Cotton Seed Bagging and Twine. Walrus

rusty Qiinlitleatlmtprovided. the place of the County Commissioners. Leather in Strips or Sides.

holder of sail diploma apply for ad- \ Vermifuge

4 minion to >Hi>l Slate" liutltutlon with A American
that
report says carsare Manufacturers of the James Doig Improved English
In two yrar from date of graduation
being furnished to Germanyand
Sea Island Cotton
THE uW.UEl Gin and Supplies for Same.
to keep up the reciprocal measure, ware .

t. That the. financial condittoa of the receiving German .chuoneri>-insome GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, USA

city of (ialuenrille u very Rood: I Ihownby lal counties.The 4 WORMiP.EMF.DY' .. -- ----- -- - - _. ", -
,a the cork of City Tai Ool

I lector T 11. Kill.\ Whll.1: ir Kills: (I. DrLand( New says there are ,

t very clerer at tollrcilon) which i, tlity "blind tl *-r" licenses lured in.. :
e, well|l known, his report how* that W4 Vohitla county, and many of theplace a FaySholesTypewriter

per' prut uf th.i furl of the city were am run wide-open, in defiance THl CHILORENtl FAVORITE TONIC.

I 't"t'u.s br him the melt year. of the law. iwkiic N iw.TaTv*.'-
-.--- ----- TIle ...."... ...-... ..". .,

: The Th. undertakers- and embalmers nf Bollard-Snow Liniment Co. I I.T.
Vtr.rnt .. ,.,,.n of 'h. 1..aI.b..
. LOUIS. MO. I
sure is evtdrntly nut /ttclutrd Um State will meet In JacksonvilleMay
do th. Smi.. with a "uprrtluu tll",bur.of Pth. A stiff ...ion I Is anticipated.Deafness Fltr Hale bv Vf. X. J........

.. ., AtKNOWLEDUEl:: )
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worthlr.s la'ft. -------
It, the tint tour -- -- -- --

"t".L. 1/.1/ hIli. were errs QN! in the'! Cannot be Curedby MENANDWOMIM.PATENTS THE KENT

:'euatedllea. tlll'1l In 1\.11.18 for the local I application, *. they cannot ttr Cw1WYMrw..t.oadr .?s JIAI'lli\E: ox HIE JUBKET:

same i[etk..i. reach! the diseased portion of the rar ..
.
- wwwr w of .S..aS II
a H Tabulator
'- .- Ther ii only one way to cure deafness. row a.d..I sMr$N
The Ohntt.ii NI..ntll" of k'lorida and that i II by constitutional remedies.IVafnr . ., s o+sawrwe.aa. UnlYfftSAl lit I VUAItU I ON

tll" '*ut an appeal j i,* ea 0|it, m intwr of .. it caused by an inflamed condition M aa.1 Is 1,1.1. Stepp.Latrvalar Every Machine.

the lxKJ hl.'Q l ,,,% In j antkvprual of a of th. mucous l lining of the MilrtlMm ftN

n4ie l bill before,, that u"|y, which Kuttachlan:: Tub. When this tub I e Ma M sae Ml. Light**! fthlfti 1.laht..t flnnnlnct The
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\11I011101 U inimical lutlamnl -- --- --
4 tit their IIItIllh you have a rumbling sound or
Cnsmfloit (*(**'! \Vrlir nf the World
Imi,'.rfeet hearing, and when it Is en- .
All lb. I t'.. Ihl r"ay.Hhnle, )1", Fey-HhoU In '
churcb l.ruplr of Ohio who tirrl-I ct>*<*2. deafness Is the r result
.* favor t.IIII..u. srr vutiag the aud unle. the inflammation can betaken use ('II IUl|...f III. than any ether machine. .

9"+1 lktnoerrti.tt lrt. Judgiagfrtnn: the out and this tub restored to 1 Its
returns
there are not u.snr t..rul". normal condition h "rIDJIII: be detrord O A w0 =
.We Iwple. Itl the l Guclre etate. forever ; niue cues out of'... u.a. t'J'-HP..;Z;;.....f..,4.. -_=_ For Salo by . .
art caused by catarrh, which U aaeeaVSaaak.. .. COUMTWIC
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', ltu.ke'. but au iMiatnetl condition of the nothing ........ ...........It.........._ .... __. THE SUN GainesvIlle
rehaton \Slftu"M front urffr. raneou -5.,.......,..,.,. Fit
Cstu.gi. bU. ha. rllad. l'tlsltt: W. o8r One Hundred Dollar It.. ......sad bfritriMlatel. lhssyts Lads ,
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ct"D" ant 141 die pwrI ward for any ra. of deafness caused by ate Isw..... ....opus .......... Mwwasw.

> ealarrh that "ono be uml.bf Hall'a .. c.. ,. ....-- ,-..- -' ,....'''..-.. .-.
I Tit. Catarrh
Cbkaao Cure

r "out'"' -.fly DO doabt teatn.tere el&iD&':bo they"walk ws! Wn .u...Jj.Cau.sy. A Co..Toledo.. O. CA-SNQWO. Advertise in THE
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10 ALAGHUA ':SINK -f --- ;; ;;; : ,

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PICNICKERS WILL. GO CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS I. M (

Best Ccuch Syrup Tastes Cad I' V.ut few | ,
.41 use In ciroe. Cob by drift sis. of :-' .
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Union Sunday School Picnic to about us

Prove Big Success. f south of )
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BIG CROWD IS ANTICIPATED Deaths at LaCrosse. j'I j .f Florida '
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There has been two sad deaths at
Teachers: Jind Friends of All LaCrosse roiids of l ;
Pupils within the past two days Ins: poor

Sunday Schoors,Have Been Invited, both victims of this grim reaper hay. t'\ ().-

and the Wood;: Around Sink Will ing been old citizens, highly respected, cola to ) .

Resound With Merry Voices. and Confederate rauil. J Jbls '
Berry Parker, brother of Captain Inv on H
Today wilt be the'day of days of the H. C. Parker, died suddenly at the I r :n' aoi>la ;

lesson with the ,little folks, as the Sabbath home of his sister, Mr*. Caroline Bar- length of
school's'of' the city will give them ry. same time during Thursday night 1 to Miami !

a fine outing in the nature of a grand Mr Parker was called on time> Friday !j I fer"'I1.1\ :
from ono !
union picnic.{ 'The beautiful and ro morning. and failing to respond with as: long a> fp

mantic groands'surrounding Alaehua his usual promptness, his sister went I; A citizen 4
Sink have been wisely selected by the into the room and found him dead in I mind to ( U
committee in charge of the arrange': lJ..d. cam aril +? '

menU, and Arch Jackson, who ha Deceased was about sevmty-four Ilamp>.hln

charge of 'tbe property, generously rear of age, and was born and rearedin I cut New ;
tendered the ole of the grounds with. the vicinity of LaCroste. He nerved I vaitia '..-.
trlct of
out COlt. with the Confederate I
army throughthe
When Ix- ..
M. B. Slanders of the Presbyterian Civil War with distinction, and at I I no longer

Sunday school, chairman of the com- the close returned to his native home. 1 on by an

mittee on arrangements, has been busily He was a consistent member of the j Florida ) stn ,

engaged for the past few days make 1.i"lionarJ Baptist Church, and was !Rome' men R

ing the necessary prenarations for entertaining I an active worker until age: deprived t an \
the picnickers, and throughhis : him of thin privilege.The It tak,',. .

untiring effort/ assisted by other funeral was held Friday afternoon la to I '

members of the committee, everything at 5 o'clock. The: interment was to the i ;
course "
has been arranged for one of the in Antioch cemetery, Re,. John N. these' i
finest days'outings in the history of Thomson otHjiating. The funeral was rt-tty "

the.Sabbath schools.Mr. I attended by a large number of sor ply of -' -Ml
:- Saunders requests The- bun: to rowing friends. I..n'r, who :

state that there will probably lIt' '.'11118m Thomas Sr., an old and :I very baxy
two trains. Ample cars have highly respected citizen of LaCrosse, ' '

been secured.and there will be plentyof died Saturday night, after an Mines I' A (

room fo'ttt.The first train will of several weeks, of a complication "

leave at &f45, to4 followed by another of diet-met" Deceased> was a
A IMrtvr
at A:300'cloek. A baggage car has Confederate veteran, and saw much I

been placed at the disposal of the picnickers active service during the war betweenthe All the : : : :

for the accommodation of States. lie wan a member of the or l It y riA

loneh baskets etc., and a member of Primitive Baptist Church, and the funeral > 4

the committee t will be on hand to receive wa held at New Hope church bossy In )
He, Wm. very '::")' <<
and properly store: same. Own. Sunday Moseley conductingthe
We boar l lheati I
ers of baskets are requested to attacha ceremony. '
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card.with their names plainly writ Deceased was a widower, hid dear H'llont..1 In : .sl;a

ten upon same, so there will be no wife having preceded him by several morning "' ,

confusion.The years. He leaves a number of children ploasuro, ( )' : ty'rG
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fare will be for the round trip, all of whom are married. He the \.lIht ; l $

children 10 cents, adults 15 cents. died at the home of his .on William I/iiiilon: > ; : Iri

Everybody invited to come, bring Thoma Jr., with whom he had residedfor walk la Il> | : .
well filled and in several ilrt>Kx.it &I( I : ,
baskets enjoy a day years. \ .
the woods. iln-oKotl \ :

The committee will arrange for an Herbine IIIJtlt nor :.
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abundance of refreshing lemonade, Will overcome indigestion and dypepia '. : :

which will be served without coit. ; regulate" the bowels and cure tints have'.1't;}

liver and kidney complaints. It Is the I ..mll('" cinl !
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JURY 'DISAGREES. bent blond !richer and invigorator in I full of "..' [ ..
the world It is purely vegetable, perfectly p...pie liml | : '
Majority Favor Acquittal of Nan Patterson :
harmless, and should you be a of 'MoU.
-Case Will be Dropped. sufferer: from disease. you wlllu.. It If e.dtt.sai! I I,, l <<
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Special to The GalneftTlBe Sun: you are wise. K N. Andrew, editor >
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New York, May 4.-The jury in the and manager IWo* and Huekledue iSrrryX > ; ,

Nan Patterson case failed to agree: News, GWoa, Fla., writes J "I have 11n.'nl.1
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after being oat until 2:20 this morn used your Hrrbine in my family, and 1''lklnl ." '

ing.; Nan. was carried to the Toombs find it a must vicrllvnt medicine. Its Mio was

in an unconscious condition, but soon I effects upon myself have been a mark. roll) like\ n
revived. As this is the third trial, it I ed benefit. Sold' by W. M. Johnson, and I rr M" | )

it quite likely the case will 00 dropped.Report Gamfnvill1. Fla., and.J C. Bishop rated her << ;
Fla.
Alachua solemn "01 i
says the Jury stood seven for
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acquittalftive for conviction.A .
King Edward Takes Auto Tour. Issue;' then l

Parts, lay 3.-Klnr Edward started ...I'mnlt)". '
World Wide Reputation.
on an automobile tour of Versailles had Mid to
White Cream Vermifuge has achieved at noon today Another automobile bonhl b. : .

a world wide reputation as being containing Krt-nch and British omclai.followed a'Itrcket in

the best of all worm destroyer, and and a third carried repairing 1 f i

for its tonic.'Influence on weak and unthrifty gear for possible use during the expected A

children, as it neutralises the fast run. The route through having l .
acidity or sourness of the stomach, the Champs EAywo and the avenue data from .| .
found .
improves their digestion, and assimi- duUolacSt! IhAilonrne .. crowdedby of only .,. tl
lotion of food, strengthens their nervous people who Irorously I acclaimedthe eheorfully "" w
system and restores them to the kin*. On his war to Venalles mt dlein. .$ i
health vigor and elasticity of spirit Kin* Edward Inspected' the famous amlct*d. t
W. M stud of running horses belonging to live n 'ee. | I \t
natural to childhood. Sold by
)(. Pilnond Wane.: He afterwards vii Ityrnr. m
Johnson, Gainesville, Fla., and J. C. ... 2&e. J' ) .
tt..d'ttr".m". took an Informal luo bat j
Bltbopi;"Alachoa. Fla. Johnson, (>. '
a restaurant and then attended the B.hnp; A .
-- --- -- races at St. Cloud, wh.re W X. V.... .. ..

derbllt' TW>nKI and other to* horses.

The CashGrocery w.r. among the eotrlM. ; !


Caleb Powers Te Se Trl.d.

Ocoricetown, K,-. May J.-On motion

Co. of ctmtmoasrralth's Attorney Praakrin.Clmtlt .
J'xJ." JMout to-lay Usn.-d an
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order to the Sheriff of Hfrtt cwnlr togo I .
to I J\J"III"! I|| and l br\air Caleb 1"0111' A

,. era into mart bf" Wednesday room '
i J. B. EMERSON &: CO. :J
tag when (!>. msndate of the court of
,,; appeal r.v.T.lne ble> <.*.*' and :
Inn a ..* 'rIal: i ill b* r.*4. CJM.r'l
I Area t. r.r governor Tt.. uf Illinois. was wurn

aarrtal1" lIall %tetl Cat C.IrH. la a* attorney at the Sc-ott C' UDtT bat t

1Ia1Lrd'.Obeltak E1..r today. A
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The Richest Man r.i 1M World.
We have the Choicest Goodson
To* rt>h"'t man !. ttw world cannot : : : :
our daily have bis twlnejs replaced l nor live with

out them, so U is Important not to ....
..... M 4 XC..... reel there ora'. If FJj' Kidney

IrisJ Potatoes.p-r peek z.e Car* ts take *t the first .ljr. of daa.au .

Bea WhJt Ba on. per hind lOa the *y pu>o>s will di*.pp*.r and I t
Dreeaiag =-. ...con.t. i
latu. SaIa4 your haitk will b. M It
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OlivaCs :..sI str.n&tA." sod boiUs op tW ..wxa.. .
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c.... Hess .....&.
a c.-ToaaalOH. S lb.eaas ::act L.boa.o.Xy..rh.. Mlaa4 b .... ao.lc.t ..., ; h .

2 au. Jt.ou& 8Mf . . =- J.oNJ" K.idW7 Core 1&1. gvna .....-." t ,
.Preala 0..... u4 Turait.. ,..A'..... is st.U.g U cored mO pt'ats.sIan ,.,..
Iresll Ears n.Co4N.J .. kilM7 .......... ..,.. 6
GrIeJW r J I' W.Ph.Q w.old ... ... iars sy iit3sl'

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THQB.9AILT" Sttt U:AXNES V1Lt J1ORTDA MAY 5 190S
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NEWS FROM ALL 1, c, Food That flOcs, GOOa I Probably: the beet all l'o D
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China. 1* tie:pomelo. 1t.. grown In

the $oath 'ceDtral and 8Ot1them.ProT- Retailers and Jobbers
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PARTS' OF FLORil"K' ince and la laid to be the original
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.' I citrus .fruit. It resembles the grapefruit

.of',the united States In size shape Staple and Fancy Groceries ;
Brief Happenings Prom Various i color ,and omewbat In flavor; being

The Cod Liter Oil EmuWoa"jpue rfvlfeao.tjior tweeter than grape fruit :wltbf tees i of ,

Sections of State. 1 CMS**.CtM: .,,",kft...., BrMKbltl. Lm Grip the bitter quality with,flesh more perfectly Grain Garden Seed and Ferfllizars.
1 1 Set Threat flu Lass. Caterrfc. PntmmonU fteparatetl In the sections ami ,.
THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS CcMMMpU** and all Pulmonary DUemu ..U capable of being pulled apart and tlel- ,
DracgUt*,two\ SIMS Ma and at, arntei .'front, all surrounding *aa or SOUTH SIDE SQUARE. t t i GAINESVILLE. FLJk:DI

Transpiring in "The Land of Flowera..j I TRIAL BOTTLE FREE BY MAIL membranef.+ .' The native cut through: Highest market price paid for Chickens. Eggs and other Produce

Down" ,to all sending name and address" to ,the: peel 'about on .th11"lJ vt the way .. .

Things "Boiled .to OZOMUISIOM. CO, 9* PM| Sired.. New, York from the tom .crlmplog the edge of thesection
Busy Reader-Items of Interest to ,All the way round the fruit '
then remove the flesh, tear the section A Complete stock of Hay, Corn, Oats Floor, Bran Meal, Cotton Seed Meal
a, AU Classes.i ..4BWS FROM ':' .PANE8,& CAPITAL.Oeatlnatlon apart replace them la the peel aud and Bye. W. handle only the VERY ,satisfaction BEST goods at the LOW. '
I EST PRICES and guarantee always.
i. Bartow bas Joined in the rash and serve .thn..divided and prepl red.. The ,
cow has a building boom. of Rojestventsky'r Fleet fruit Is ?'attractlrer: refresblug, wholeaonVe : -

'' The Brnnton high .ehopl will close la PetropauloveklHarbor.. ana conipnrntlveljr_\vht-ap.. Gou-,
on May I2ih with a plen" I Toklo. May:&.-It Is rumored that mho. erally lip akln::. tu'e( pomelo seems to be THE EVERETT HOTEL
destination of'VJee.MJ 1l.rat ,Rojeatven-- a, ,cros between a ''shaddock and a ,
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The Orlando branch of the Y. M. G. good'orange, but It la more hardy than
Petropculovskl
ky's fleet la peninsula 235 W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE FLOIUDA.Centrally
+ A. has a mrmbersbip of 75. ot Kamtchatka Instead of,Vladivostok. either., ItbA better,keeping' qualities .

" The State papers are many of them In It is said that the Russians ,have than the l"l1ogc. .

' favor of the cigarette bill now ,before been collecting coal and .stores at ' located, threagblj repaired and renovated. 3ewly.furnh.I1t'd.
.one nulBrewer Cla.te; '
;t the Legislatore. Petropaulovtkl but It regarded as European Plan.
telU u".that "no recorded
Jacksonville' new banking concern, Improbable that the Russians Intend height J of at' ,known has -
any jfla ,reached ::EI:. MJ& sqi f 'Pr.-o-prietnr-
the Guarantee Trust and Savings tb use Petropauloskl to any great extent ten feet." If A cubit b twenty-one .

Company, has begun business. because its defense are weak and tn<'he8.. OoIjatb of Oath was eleven feet

,.; Jacksonville builders, contractors It U considered Impossible to defend ,nine iucbo In height; ; If if Js eighteen 'W'b..ec. :3si.: Need 'of
It.from the land. Inches he was just the size\ of the
M1' and building material dealers have or-
Arabian giant Gnbara. who was nine
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- '. ganiced for mutual protection. Will Save Several Warships.. feet nine Inches. Josephus mentions a

r The Levy Times-Democrat com- Toklo, Mar ..-The' work of aalving. Jew who, stood' ten feet two. Kluto- JOB PRINTING

'pares the shooting of live pigeons for the sunken snipe at Port Arthur and loclinu Hex Was fifteen feet Mix Inches

price with the Spanish ball fights ; Chemulpo Is progressing satisfactorily lalgivflve..feet through the chest to the

but thinks the former more devilish. to the Japanese. Details ire withheld spine and ten feet across the shoul Sen.cJ.
Your Ooa.eito
ders. John, Mlddletou ,was nine feet .
Capt. Charles Thompson of Miami but it Is believed certain that the Japanese ,
three Inches. Ill* band waa seventeen
4 captured a large hammerhead shark navy will secure. several battleships Inches long and eight and a half brood.Patrick .

off Lower Metaoumble Key thameasured t and r cruisers. O'Brien was eight feet seven.. THE SUN JOB OFFICE

20 feet and eight inches In Turner,, the untura1Iat.1I3)1i; he fUn In
+ length. In Memory of Departed Soldiers.Toklo Brazil a giant ,twelve" feet In ''height.:
I ,May 4.-A solemn' procession But Oft. : king of Bnshan. held the rec --W-o k E.xeo"c.'ted.-
Wheeler Squire, George Wallace) escorting the spirit of the dead 801dlera ord. According to tradition be lived

and Eddie Murray eaoh received flvt- and sailors opened the enshrining > 3.00O yearn )and walked. beside the Ark Neatly Promntlv and Artistically.
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year sentence at the hand of the circuit ceremonial at the Sbokonsha Tern- durlu!: the flood, Ouo of hU. bones .

court In Tampa, for forgery, larceny plo today. The Impressive uhlnto rlt:, formed n brldRo,over.n'river.. -- --

l and burglary, respectively ual was followed by the throngs that

Plant City continue to hip each filled and surrounded the temple. including Juggling With Dynamite SEAE.OAED

day many thousand of package of i : thousands of relatives of the Is no more dangerous than to neglect ,

floe vegetable This season's crop dead. High officers 'of the army and kidney disorders. Foley's Kidney Care Air Line Railway

will be the largest marketed In the I navy, a large'force of troops, and 1,000 corrects Irregularities'; and has cared

+ sa history of the truck growing industry sailors from Yokosuka were present at many 'severe cases ''after other treatment . .FOR. . j
the ceremonies which wUl be practically '
The of the the h.. .Iled. It builds the,
stay Daughter of op, .norq I
c Confederacy in Tallahassee was made eight continuous -until next Friday oat tissues and restore. health and I Savannah, Columbia, Camden Southern

the beautiful vigor. "I was troubled ,with kidney I
very pleasant by ,reception -
Too emperor and empress will not .
camplatot fdr about two writes Pines Raleigh Richmond Wash-
tendered them at the home of attend tomorrow on account of Indis year ,
Dr. and Mr. E. M. Hrevard on Monday position. Prince Fushima will A. II. Davis of Mt. Sterling Iowa,
present
"but two bottles of Foley's Kidney ington Baltimore Philadelphia
Anna Jackson
evening by Chapter.A their -
majesties upon that ocacsion. Our effected a permanent cure." Sold ,

negro war arrested Jasper mas MIMIC : by J. MoColfum A Co., New York. -
querading female attire and passing ,
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n as "Sallle Jones." Sheriff John made '
NOTICE Or APPLICATION TO THE tKQ1SLATURS -
the arrest. The negro Is about 21 year Boys Giving Wild West PerformanceEnds : FOR UEXIEF.,

old, weighs IfiO pound and has scar Fatally. Notice, .14 her*by riven that ai the next W Three Elegant Trams Daily.
Ali apparently made by bullet on his per. New York May ".-I>tirlng a mimic ales of the Le..ture or the State of Florida*
the b..lra.'l.w of Alltnoi*J.llnkleT.dcoaaaed,
wild
eon west show In the Flatbush Boys will apply to the Lgll\UTt for relief by rea Seaboard Florida Limited.
club of ilruokljn John Hlncs. 16 years on of ih.f MJ that the furniture and other
The nAoola Chtmber of Com content of the: r..adnc. of tt:. .Mid Allison
old. has bveu accidentally shot -by a J.Tinnier. were burned 'la the}ear of IM8 while
in tree has decl14td to bring complaint playmate of II, Hinvs died his twinir f a ml*.ted under nupenrUdan. of the Seaboard ss.Seaboard
M before the Interstate Commerce! Commlmlon on 8t.te Health authorities thereby oauftiDg. the Expr .
way to tho hospital said II UlIIOU J. 'I'tnaIe, to Incur a low of (1.710.
,r against the L. A N. Railroad I i This Marsh, 51k.A. D. iarl.HILTON. -
Thy club vra erected by wealthy R. HAMPTON.Attonoey .
is
Company This done in order to IIroul\l'ntlcll to keep the boy off the forth Rein at Law of AUlaon J. Mail.
compel the road to give Pensaoola an Ttnaler: deceased
'' -.trl'llt. In the baaetuent l. a gymnasium
equal rate with other Gulf port.
where limes and 12 other lads
'fhlt souvenir edition of The Lakeland gathered to mimic performances they MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT, :

News, Just received from that office, had noon at Wild West shows.
The SEABOARD FLORIDA .
LIMITED t f. solid
a vestIbaled train com-
printed on heavy glared book paper They had been doing Indian dances posed exclusively) of new PuUmAn equipment-Dining .Oar, Doable Drawing
illuntratiHl with half tones, i I. ably throwing the lasso' and having a jolly Room Sleepers, Ststeroom and Observation Can-operating between St. Au-
wltted and It is the lluest specimen or time generally when \Valter Drlscua gaitine and Jacksonville to New York, via 'Va.blnRtonlea'lnl St. Augustine '

Ai the!! printer art w" have seen In the' drew a large: revolver and began snapping (MillN>11Becausethey 12110 p. m. and Jacksonville 1:2Odailg except Sunday

Hat<.'. tSl. F llwihrrinRton t* the It at the boys. Boverl times the Only Line Operating

dilor 1"1110 K MoMullwii I i. the printer pl$tol was snapped. Then came rtiaMi
iltfui RPiitliMiivn bring pruprit-tor and lUau fell His playmates are the best Dailj Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to Hew, Orleans

of The N>w., Luki'Und'. in the land for the money I
I proiiressive) run to the 6 tree shouting. : for help For Information and deeper' relert.tlool call'on agent Beaboard:
ie '.pr r. but Hint- was shot through the tern Ask you dealer, for the write A. O.MACDONELL, s. o. BOYLBTON any Ja.

Do Not !>. I Imposed Upon plo ami was beyond medical aid., "Sunny Jim" Shoe and insist Ast. General Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent,
I>ri roI! locked JACKSONVILLE.
was up on toe charge FLORIDA.
fairy ,\ 0.,. (lhleaqu urittlnrtrrIlunry ( of on getting it. ..,.
homicide but the police are sat)*- --
and I Tar a" it th,net and (fun
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fled that the shooting was entirely accidental. --- .- -- - -- ;
n'ntrdy. and mi ''''('1111111 of the itrcatti
GainesYille
He cried hysterically: over & Gulf
Railway
i >f rit Mud put| and fr III'KJ iniiitloiiH; ""* otTrrfttnini.r I p
revolver from home secretly) JOB ,PRINTING
lur the It.. .\.11. for Polft'. Hon. THE FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTE
and mi>;> Pi ey uu.Jfe far and t. fu.r any nut> ti tut* DEPARTMENT OF FLORIDA.
i tiiTernl M. tin. mlier .
|iri'imrAU{ .. ,, ,. Guilty of Murdtr,
RiV It IK MIIII n" '",'U"II. It I Ip lltlld-
lilrmingham. Ala.. I. Makes of All Kinds Time Table In effect April 9. 1006.
I ly latency It t*. nimii... UK oiiimm and May -A special a Specialty
: I I. .,,1...( tar rliil.lrcn "n.t ilfitant{ per- to The News from beratur urn that of Plain and Fancy -- - -- ----- _
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i lunll, :>.n.l %t.y J. \\' :Mot: illiiiu A( Co. after hating been out clues S o'clock Yo. e. :roo D.

last ..ni'rnuon the jury in the case of Dally No. 4.. MOo _. No. 1. No. I.
Pile Drivers.Go on Strike.Ublraao. Harvey Smith, negro charged wit I I CommercialJob l Eio', Daily Dally trrA.TION8. Dally. Del,. -0.111.Eo! : :" :
NUy t The\ strike uf pile the murder of MUs Belle Wood worth i Sunday &1n ,
drhtr\ rtnt>\K>)<>+ O.-r;arM -
MoiidAj- baa
brought In
a verdict this morning 01; <
l>.tn malt' trowel l, and. | nun Includes) of f .
Kullty murder In the nut dt'&rH. i1iG.
al l turn 'In bat ln.of: Murk Printing I.y A. P II L. A M Ara l'lit Ar FDi r P31T ;,
I.>y erne in Ohu..iu ,rmpAlyfvl and fixed punishment at deatu. Qt 46 2 15 ....... ....__.J'a.1rde14.......... _;... 120 010 r
and t3ouU Chicago A few person wens In the court room lot 1 bS :2 36 ........ ... ...... .Itvlae__..... n._..... 101 oro
\\'III\I'IU'\. In can"cqueucr aar..at when! the verdict: was announced, am . For . 800 2.as ....... ...... .Dan n&Q ....... ........ 100 553S
tI."f l work'" now 1It1l1"rII' a)' hire warn no demonstration. The Ulaif b6 2 M ....... ...... ..MtI\bltl4...... ... ........ 12 lib 5JIC x
lu"r 11. t1(1. ,,pn,,, m\'n drllllinv1 an John {'oUt r. thnlU,'. accomplice Business Men 8 10 30) ....... __a HlcJuDaD...._._. ......... li do 860r
.tad""t hour .UN 1 8 1& S 10 .. .. . .._ Lake
a tih an incrt-a In the "- 8IJDoatoa...... ._ ... 12 44 i to
OJ!.. ('..', as then taken up. Troop continue 8 SO 380 ....... .... ... KlaanopF ......... ........ 12 ao 611)tJ ) j
to lC"ardJJ.\ court room and jail b.t Professional Men s t S 40 ....... ... .. ....Taoom.....__ .... 1220 ,520 j
.11 U qut t. 8 U S U .. .. ... ........ Klrkw004......... ........ 12 la, 115
-- a ISO 3 64 ....... ..........01,.&'.... ...... ......? It 10 110
Manufactories Etc e os 'C 16 .. .... .. .. ....Wa &..oota.... ... ......12 GO 4W
FOLEY'SHONEYANDTAR Saved b y Dynamite.Sometime 8 16 4 to ........ ........Rocky Polo&....._ ... ... 11 4S 440

a tUrnlng' city' Is sated. b y ,Legal Blanks on Short Notice.The I100L.8" a 800 UlLy 810..>. ... I ....... -11I--....... I.( ... 1211D .10
1m SOt t
I010Ar
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I dynamiting/ a apace that the fir can II &\ 0 to a as ..........&l1alll)'.......... 866 a so ,S-
cress, Sometime. a rough boat on soIOIIK following letter from one of our 22U1 'I. .4 Tare ... S40 13Q 1 50 "
:, you feel as It nothing but dy eta- mail order .fbID." I* selfexplanatory : ISO 709) T 12 I. ... 112 11 23lat I\
Mite would h. 7., T T 21' I.' ... Ii :0 r'
cure tiny of Ca 1- 1 .w. 0II OA l 0 )0 110
The orIginal tuuut'ra.wr4test> wU. bad iLouteville.. K,.. Feb. 37, 1005. .. 1060 :. . .. b60 p IS 0)' a ..... ,. .'
'k 3Iy a toacarsvated II. II.. 1IoCtHf7. . .. ... .-.... .. ..... . .f.- . ,V....... '.. ...... :...- :,i
UUTWE cough ulbbleb kepi her 0.1..11I.,i'la. .. ...... $41 .f' t .i.k.01 ty. 0. B.- r... TOt" '7.1 .f ...., .
reraody.he. awake bl.zbu. Two physlelans i could Dar ftirt< ,Hreiwd the printing: ........ ....... S 10 __T&l.b.-i: lI. A. L.I, J 48 ...:.,... ......
genuine not help her; .a she took Dr. Zits'. matter la d.*>'time,and will aay that ........ 11 (m 11 OJ Pf .8.. 4t FU.I 410 11'0 ..,
"OL!yos HONEY and N.w 1)ieuvery i foreonsumptloa.coaghsnd .It U perfectly tUtaetory. X like Uus '...- s U 4 rt .... .MAI Oa. G. 8. .. ru.\11,,\ i'1 Ill fa ... ,,.
Ij 'Y.n._ TAR U Ubr cold envelop so mnelk. )Many thaaka for ........ Taft 1L6 _.t.Uaaho, C. of th._} T ao 'o _....
pub. 1t.ru. which eased .
rr.eared .bt\1'-s.. b.r steep. and flatly hereosgb.cared b.gav.... your prompt attfMltlee Yoara tnaly.Maa. I* filling. cede r. b P N At, A II Xr Y L. A II LY>P II ..., ;

.. idly 'tricily *ji'.D&80 ear* far brooebitU.ui .
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1 I'... o.m..n,. Ch..,.... and lagrippe, .U drug stores. pNee .. O1 S Trains I sad 4 dQ set run betwe.a OalaHtme u4 FaJra.141011 SUM.. ,.
; !ate b J J. ". 31.11.. ok l'.. at Iree K' ranted. Trial bottle .. S.Dd' oid.r to THE SUN L. J!:. T4.lHv.ER. f3esteesl8arItrdatesldeaLll

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ORIGIN OF: EARRING S I The Ea.lp'1._ .1 aka.... ', '

: i Holland la sahl to be the home and J 11 ,
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Refrigerators birthplace of skating. and without .Southern
THE CURIOUS LEGEND THAT IS TOLD doubt slating was first practiced there

BY THE MOHAMMEDANS.Hasmr. and in the far north. In.. country of . I
lakes and canals the necessity of walkIng -

and running on low must' have been
wk Vow Agalart. a. ..w Abraham Ksmbled Her to Fal. genuineODORLESS felt from the earliest days In Holland Effective,, April 10, 1005

gll 11-Mea. We.. m ..
M..T !. *., Ad.ri Their E.... Mere found In oue of the mounds of ,

have which a "'rft> lau<1 village was built. :_! Yt>__tlb___._i_>n Train. .. .tad >.. It4 No, SO .North aad Went.JscRsotivillv. . If.. ta I '"
The Mohammedan* a curious: The skates were fastened to tbe feet --- ---- ---- ---- --
to account,for the beginning; of by 1.9 So KyS P :LVall< 7 65p L, Jacksonville Fla., .So. Ky. 74Sp "r ;;lX
legend holo
straps passed through which Lv J".up <), Ky: 1040p LvJesup, Oa . . . 80. Ky. lOSOp. N l
of wearing
oe custom earrings. They were made In the bouea. A anlsh Lv Savannah Sn. Uyo. 1 Mp li 15. AI"laCOIl., Os. . . . ,9o. Ky, ROD* r
07 that Sarah, being jealous of ll.i-; _..- -- -.- historian mentions the sport In 1134. Ar Columbia .' < KySo. 6 &3p 6 U)* I ArAllsalaQa.,80.Ry. 630

\ fir, vowed that abe would not rest nn- The IMMM<< skates were also tlr
'til she bad imbrued her bands in the A writer In his account oC Ar C're",.bor i ><>. Ky IS: M* 1251p: ArDslinn. (<<1\' . . . .Hl). U,. 6 20a '' !

blood of her. bondmaid. Abraham It will COST YOU NOTHING to the amusements of the young i> !'opl le of Ar )anmlid..4.. Ky :'JCfti 9 lop Ar ""aU.DOUMa. Twnu. ,So. R,. I 94&a>> '

quickly pierced 'Hagar's ear and drew investieate. London lu the twelfth century mentions Ar Richmond So.> HL6 but G UpArl."hbur6t Ar LeiinRioo, Kf . ..... .Q. "U.. 5'JOpArOmelnnnH. t 1
O . ft C 7 4O .
through it, BO that Sarah the .fio-A'i" tj < |
I ring was fact that It was usual for .mo.ky ; :op I
We to fulfill bJT rash vow without them to fasten the leg hotiex of animals Ar CharhU..nllle'), Ky 6 tt'i 6 H'p I., \)11I0.\ O.Ar . . UI" Four 840p
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danger to the bondmaid's life. I under the soles of' their feet by WnshioRton.. So 1sT U 4.s 950p *Rig- lour 'r lOa ifi

From that time,, they say. it became tying them around their ankles I ; then Ar lUlllmoffArW. P. R. R I 11 Slh 11 :' "p i.. Cinemuaii, (J. . . ia vs 8 3lb'pi tAr
I Ice Cream Freezers Whit Mountain l'h'd.l'ia )'. It R. 1 45p 3 S31& .'''''''''''', 111----- Ta Line.* 7 10*
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for to
customary women wear ear taking a pole shod with Iron they pushed
rings. The story of Itebeka 's earring ami Arctic.Water theu eIveforward with great rapidity ArNfivYork I'. H. R. 4_t3pm,_d 3OaNei. I., 1)usenm.et. t) ,0. it. t'C O. 84op tt ++
Arlhieag., 111 . Monnn
723a
11 J only one of many.early Biblical allusions by Ftrlklug this polo Into the lc '. 84-"New York and Florida Ex- I
to the ornament. When Aaron r".jI." Daily Pullman IrarliiR loom Lv Clneiuuaiill;; C. U. A 1).' 9 43pO. ::'
Ar Toledo OArIV 11. ,t l>.' 5
made the golden.calf, it will be remembered Auat ChlorMntk Ik* Illnnrr.. Sleeping Car IViri Tampa and Jadkson JJOa

be called upon the Israelites and Steam Hose From i 1-2 to Mrs McJartts bad tuvltiM a irnuiber villn to New York.Nn. ;;trolr, .Mich; P.; M. T ttlaLTinenunsiili'erlnri

to "break off> the golden earrings which of friends to dinner but the cook "Wasbineton and Florida RAOjs ,i

.. are In the ears.of your wives, of your 21.2 Inches. left her on the morning of the appointed Mmltfd." Dully Pullman Drawing Ar .'iu.burtl.l'a.' Pit_ -Llnea B-5Sa l
day without a inonn-nt's notice Itnom bleeping Car Jacksonville to Lr fcinolunaiT i O h'>> :
tons and of yow-.daughters and bring!
SVw York. Cleveland RIg I'onr v ilia.trrxingpm
says. the Chicago Tribune.! .. .
them unto me And out of these and '
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; Ry ivtaj.;Ap
Iu this ,'m"rt'II"J'ib"; bunted up an
other golden ornaments tbe calf was Water old "hr.lllth "The Land "r theJscknonvtllo !Ski"e.. ao Ar Ixmlsvllle, Ky $,). Ky. A lOp I ) '
friend
Coolers of the family, \nut Chloe.
this it Is .. .
From that .
made. plain ear- - - - -- A $t, Loot.. \In| **.\ Itv. 783SJAr
wife of Uncle Kphnilm, and asked her 14y Fla 7 f' }
rings were worn by the Hebrews with Ie Cht'tit "' Rs Mp "II.tuU.1.. D 4O ,
'u. ify. ,
to take the
cook.
place."I'll Lv OA ,4). lllk
r-.annAh. Ity
out regard to sex.or age. Ar Ulrmlndham, AU St, Ry. U 4Aa
cook do inUiU Ar Columbia S (' !'On. ft (,,141
Fishing Tackle I IPalml'r'lI dlnnnli said Hy
lu Great Britain the familiar ornaments Ar :Memphis. TwnnAr Fri.oo'. HOApSMKVa
Aunt Chloe, "If you'll glee me wet'sleft. Ar hevtlle, N. t) St. Ky 1 r.oJ
KansasOtty Mofe I'rlann
have been worn for .
many centuries I t I 1 _
Hammock ." Ar lIntl'llpillll.\ t) $"m IIy i 141\ -'" -
and not by women on I)'. Charles Ar Knnxvlllr. T"'III tot. Hy (1 (alJ' b(rmuphme, n n .: ft SOp

I.. It is said, wore pearl earrings! of con a Mrs.few hours McJunls the dinner agreed tsar, and well within under ArAr l.oui.fll"($ So. by R Nla Hot HP fine! *. Arfc.. :.' _.._ __._ l> aiHSo. ;

dderable value and the day before LU St. Louis Sn Hy 4 560 18-"The Florida, Limited"
execution took one from his ear nUll way. Ar Cincinnati Q. .\ (1. h,. th Daily Solid vestibule train through
Later In the she 1alh'tile
rave it to Bishop"Jurou for trau! mis- Baird Hardware Co. day \ day cnaohes and Pullman Hleeploff
kitchen No. 30-11,11 Pullman Drawing
Lion to his daughter tbe princess royal Curs, Jacksonville to Oinolnnail.No. ,
"" 'hy. Aunt Chloe" she said, "I baveonly loom[ and flares Sieti>lni Tar between. lU- -I'tllInll.n Dm*Ing :Unttm1""Iinlt
Rabelais that it was In his day-
says
(iAINESVIt.lA'LORIDA.: ) five persons to entertain" and you Ja0konvilli. ._. iindKtrrllrnt Cirl"lI\nAtl.. ., .. Oar between Jaokannvllle, '
the of VII. of
era Henry England --- -- -- -- -- -- --
are ('OO"hll.t11111K then Is. In the lUrinlnKham, :Memphis und Kansas
that men In France first began to wear: --- ---
house! What Is that?" Illnlug Tar >4>nlro. ChJ'Iua.u. .

earrings.It century ago noticed that many men In _. _... __ 'h .. _. _ __...._____
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"I want to make nho, UISMS| | said -- r
is worth noting that at least one Vienna wore earring, and was told "
auntie
dat dere'tl be aum'n lor. .\ AT JAOKSONVH.LE.From .
existing portrait Bhakespeare represents UJ"'t'rf' worn a good deal for the

him wearing such an adornment. eyes, "the hole In the ear anti the .......'. ....... Ownlbva. New York %Vs.hington, eta -No. :\Vathluglon and Florida 1.1n-

This is at Wentworth Park Yorkshire weight of the earring drawing any hu The first I..nudon! omnibus. was really ited. :m\JII a. n.. '
'r.mtn.: York Washington. tc.-Xo. 33, "Washington and Florida Kiprf -
and shows the poet with mustache and mor In the eyes to those parts," which I! much tuort gorgeous than its successor >..." 7:lid p. nt. '

heard and an earring in hit left ear. Is hardly ncl,-ntlt1e.Vill.ijrf of toil a,.. It waa an imposing vehicle From CiDcinnall Ashville I eta -N<). 29, "\\'..hlngtnn and Florida. Lim
Lord Sberborne possesses at Sherborue folk In England believe\ In nutlfully decorated nnd painted lied" D;00.. m.

House near the old world town of the gixwl tflwt of ear piercing on the with accommodation for twenty-two From Chicago, Cincinnati, Atlanta, etc.-No. 14, "Fla. Uml.d"S 9:80: a. tn.J. .

Xorthieach a portrait of one Thomas eye just as firmly as their like In Italy passengers Inside, and was drawn by _____ _ __ __ ____ .n __'__ '_ _.r ..

Dutton, a sixteenth century worthy, and elH\ hero abroad. In fact In some three handsome bays v driven by a ('. Ll'HK, Dlslrlrt l'a.ara. rrr Agent, 10H IV. Hay Hl., Jara..avUU>, t....
who la represented bill lordship. I h regarded by the smart coachman In and Its
says places cur piercing livery conductor
8. II. IUnutMcicP. T, M. W. II. T A VI OE.U. I', A, Baooas MOKOAH, A.n. P. A lit
"In the prime of life and wearing a remarkably rustics as n remedy for many troubles.At was ICKY in a blue cloth) uniform

fine pearl In his left ear. The the other side of the world boys like a in Id sh Ip m nn. This conductor, by -_ - . -- .. - _. -. .-., . -- -.....-.... --'-- ..-....---

right ear is not shown but presumably have their pars pierced from a different tbe way, was tho won of a naval captain

.he wore a corresponding! earring In It." motl\e A writer on Chinese superstitions aud spoke French so well that It

Nowaday few men wear them save nays that John Chinaman pierce" was quite common for the .poke bonneted Florida East Coast Railway.

tome sailors and fishermen and uavvies. his 1 little boy'x ears and makes him young ladles from 1'.1, <1101100 to I : j

Among the people of tbe south wear earrings. for If an evil spirit happens ride as far as tho city and back with

ern part of Europe their use by both I to H'n him holll mistake him tbe object of Improving their Frriuh Local Time Card No. 61 In Effect April W/ 1985.
sties is more common and often begins for n girl and will not take the troubleto by chatting With him. Tbe far from .

at an early age. In Spain babes' carry him away...-(.on<.lon Telegraph the Yorkfthlre Ktlugn at I'addlngton. SOUTH.SOUMO.READ DOWN. NORTH.SOUHD. -MCAD Ur\ r
-.-- -.- .,- to the tank was a shilling halrway.sl.spt"h ----. .. ., .
tare are bored soon after birth. The : :.o =--_ ,_ __ .. ...w. .. oaat
family doctor performs: the operationand : Olrbrllln Hi lit* Drvakfaet Table. and newspapers and bookswetc I .N.. tS.Ma. is TATIOMS fN..71M., M t m
(
Venn I'lifoii/ iu hU book of remlnlscentvH ,
Inserts a gold ear wire. Boy wear provided for tho I>aa."ol't'ra.- I..". Daily. < o.lp. I ..",. atL
and tellsa ,
entitled (Kids Kudu.
Ixmdou lllot.e.CASTOR.
these ear wires till they attain manhood good story of HIP time when literary leap a0. -I.. ._.a.< .s-11..... ..,....... A.t"--"f.-a-; ;
when the wires are removed I.T p e is. .. __..... I ....Anw.._....._. >: .
The Idea Is that the baa a most' breakfasts were the rage! In '/.undon.A atap le.4a I ... __.,.al. 4.......... _.......... 4! asp T..a'
process who bad risen from the rank, Itay'11Its; ___It.-__....,... l.IpySN r
beneficial Influence on tbe eyes.A lady .. realized I IA 1ley\\1& ....1) .. __..._.,a.:.. 115/ally. .... ........ f, 4 I't. 4N .
and \\II. -.* biislmnd bad a -\- -..... ---
Spanish woman writes, "Ophthal largo fortune, affected what she bad 1 M t'1 1 I' p' Ar ..___._.,_.ta1'111..__-t 1.p SK> *
mla and scrofula are rare In Spain and :For Infants and Children. u ..::1& It.: ... ......__..... .._.... ........_ ... Af .... .. s Ma
neither teems burn to nor could ever -!f --, ........- Ir. -
the natives 'maintain! that freedom really feel !herself! nt home In. Hot The Kind You Kara Always Bought GOo at1 .: tint. Ar ..._.__ !\o. ,. M,.... ...._. .., I let . Buffet
t therefrom la owing to ear piercing"In he desired to be "In the swim" and -I t10a 00', Le .....__.....a. ...,.-Ss.Mu.-.-- ..--. /'l I-* W pi'!.-1 la s

Portugal and Italy and frequently suggeKtinl to her equally Ignorant bus- Bears thSigattur t: T a. pill, 111', /.. ._._._ ie re'' .................. /.. I .It J"f a NIli'
In France children usually have their .o I" r tl.f "j ,'e..W.-. .. ,. ". L' ai 11.
baud that they should give a literary of ( I 10 V'.a t4 .. _..... .._ 1..,........._....._....... I' it '" a sit. d h.
ears pierced at an early age. Many breakfast. The invitations were Issued < pj) .. ....., !. "f......... ....-...-. .. SU p /a.a
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men In the'south retain! their earring and 0"j' s511! .. ,._..__ I.nt'_..._........._ of s twi. "f Paon y
and several! people of tight 11.\\ .. ..._..___ sort/haa.M.. .......... .. top /6Aa ?
after reaching manhood. Cardinal leading n'u..rutJlt..1' at the breakfast.The faro s/ ......... ) It p, Ar .."_. 1.. WIt ....,,,.. .... ...... 1 Np 4 Me .

Mfzzofautl. famous for his powers a* dlnotisulon at the table was on Take the bameM to M room whete _c -I S tlS a 1"l *. ."" ... ,.... -t..i.-.o .....-.. ... II-4. p to y
a linguist Is said by his biographer to the comparative merits of Cl 'ro amiIVmombeiien you iron unbuckle It ant separate the I. ..I' .t pi .. ,_ t. ."p IP/ ,,,. .... ..... .. 11 asp 5 54 ".
have worn them from Infancy as a preventive The hostess listened Intently purls f'QUlI.ko"y..11 each part well e -Ml U. .... ". -.. ._lies.,. -1mi-, I.U.. ." .. -r ,Itsep-..--- -I4tyIs .

against an affection of the eyesto for some time and ultimately, as In lukewarm water to vtvlcn has been s>'i rip. t.. ._._a. ,+ a....'...,=...- .. Le W! 4 ""at {
which 's rap 1 II p .. _._._ eMa u U,..,__..._,... 1 .4tv aj. ."a
IM bad been subjectThe the con rernt Ion became more animated. added, a llttl pot.ub. Hrub well with C. I. h t J 1 Ito .1 A' ...._ ...... 1'........,....,.. ...... .. (11 I Se a i
popular notion that piercing the to her husband at and dust i .. -.-..... - -
out <
ear Influence she (ailed l! a nuh until all the grease ....} ___.._; .... .....___ __....,.....___" . .. j.. is te _,III ..... .
exercises a beneficial up- the other end of the table: have been r.tnovc l. Work the pieces .-....,0a.Lt.; . .. .. ..-. -... ...r.'N'. ", aeea
onTra
on the optic nerves is widespread. An "IIusb.ind dear take, down at one.the well under tbe bun! until they become C ----t----: : -. .-. --- -t--.
:IQ p, ... ._. ,.......,.. i.. I tS t'1 a
English traveler" of little more than a name and t'\t.I'f"fI-! of tbe.e two I .ul' ,I.. It won't do to oil Until It ljromr > 3 II I. j.., er5I., .. ?_-.._ r+.. ..-_-...__ .. 'U S4 4. 9 r. .
.- -- .- gentlemen sal l lt us invite them to our so. Lt Wet parts dry tn a place '!t! tt.- 4 u pl w ...,........."..._.......... *.it p. 1 !I.
.. .. I aai k
II 4 4tw ZT IJ .. ,... ... u.
next breakfast." wb>rM They will do so lowlj. \\...0 t4 ileer/4..i. 4 !! '-.' "I.iN.."'._- '
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ROOMS AND BOARD -- ---- just moist oil. For this purpose' use Cu., .. _...... -Jww.N._ I'I ..
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Growing Ach. and Pains. cod llvrr oIL It Is the .t tor the par. -c:. "' ./ .-r N oH1 .#.....-..-._ .

For Colored People Mrs Jo.l* Humour. Bremond Te.., pose. lUmtdts, It you were to os. nsts- U S Mr WI" ----.- .Tlt,........... :
o t ral"i T -.. --...... t..kb-.-
April 15. Ifttfi "1 hate used foot the rats and m>>. are your enent t.s.; t .J .ww._ )
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write
.bll.- will not tooth I CI) ..' ... MSWt 1. .,.
>s at once. they --- :
KITTIE M'CRAV. BallsH'. snow Llmmvnt In my familyfor "al 1 ... -.-.w, N woe....,.. ...
without a barns oiled with ('UI11I.w oiL Give J a 7T.. a 1.pl. .. ._ w .... '....ur.
t
1100 Street. thr- j esrs, I would not a good does of oil to all parts, tttn b4 a. ? Mfi. ...... ---..
WeatLibertX: I have u.rd it on 11. .'a.. ::=_ 1ieI,.._ .
ii the hous ? J : :
1 11ft it > bang up to dry When dry rub wall : .t.. ..._ _... ....'ter. ..
Accommodation Flrst-CHa: Rates my little girt for growing pains sod with a soft' rattoO1SiIEE ; .. .... .1 __--'to IM............ l.- 1u -1-.
.. It currd her right c:1: .' ... :
for In hr tin" l's
'!asooable. Most desirable resort .ebs .. ....,
colored away. I have aleo osd It for fruet bitten I.a'I/ N.i.j ...___L Nt/ _
people in the alai feel with good success. H I Is the IM.ttttspAr.....__ ......;._ -r::........_

'- .- h--t liniment I "..r' ifJoA. fine! AnDnASUYlllf .,..., -. ---

and 110', SoW .".. C.. Moue.1r ao ..'... ,
E. J. KIRK li.ior.ttll.. Fla., sad J O. liiibop. ..... ; .

.Alachua FU I.. .h -- .:;- :7', ._.._ ._
Real Estate Loans, Rents. I awa Ar -.J4.... ...-..- It'w

A R..Lar7. D. D. .. ... ..... .
-<1.1. ... _. IIU
E. B 8'
1U4I. rackswifUle saw a
a.-.12.aWG .8.J44 Itu *Uii> emperor .
In ISK the fr It".. Tg.w .. 11
FlvrkUtin solider ID the &UM1 of a crass plot la .h..M teN..ry HW, ...../JT JTa. Yat 01.1' ... h
"" .. Why wu tbr. a I I ., ..:, M. I .,.",. ;C.
Loa Co. Fanm For Uale* The trio palaces grottnd - --'- "K"o
bsi land in fla tlnc*. Bar gnarl rlter.cl at stated" lateryalal ...., t//y 1 rp .... .... .... -.I. .I*...n ,
daily
potato Can.-lt,1... Fasted i Time Find Senice 4 ..I II., J..t,. *.. ss'.'4j1 __a.. J -* ura""K",
cale in city houses an4 10&.. No 00-0 knew dl.WVed .. --- S wp t 4 p I **|, t. M_. ...jf j- ..-.r'4 M.. ,
arotw-U. and at last veteran was s II C ,.*r *s t< ia /I.' a 44 eJe n ---it'
rememb ced beartng bla ToBirmingham. .. 1 e1 _. M N. to. w .. ___ V" .4i.
wbo - -
.m.rr. aja wr)ewenssWMWBKPOOSlUi ,1
J. W. PATTON, father say that u- Emprl" CadMf1rae.be .
-. died. In 1777- ocw N. a ...... Meraphte, 1XU OCCELTTU SI n. iTT (

CITE EIGOEER AID SORYETOR drop tn boon at that plat: .JUMo.atJy. Nnshville, -_ uisville, -- -. "

Dealer la Real Estite. .. and asked O>at a guard .. sl. Cincinnati St Louis Clr aM te .Us> *l MUH .H. tn ..A'n : (
aid" Ur. to pro rt C A rd dr a ,

P. -. OAIrmnvrua, Ft*. sa.Unel oktod for at least US' Chicago I HAVANA ANC >
O, Bo* 183. .. know how ID1Idt longer
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\ ''XeRoy N. Pearce* mayor of the I TO BEVOYEFHECiUES ,KIRBY SMITH PHAPTER.Daughtorsof I

HEWS OF CITY: AND thriving<<; town of .Alachaa! and an all- 'fil.0 PIMPLES' ,

round progressive citlenand i business" the Confederacy Held Interesting ,

COUNTY'CONDENSEDJMattera man, was to the city',' terd.J. .' In. 10 days use Session "Thursday. WILSON'S

: Arthur Williams, who.has been engaged The regular business meeting of Kir-" ,

,for.several.months_at his trade .SATIN. OLA.,' by Smith'Cbampter, U." D: Q..wall held ,

of General Interest Gathered as a carpenter. (xawpu. la spending afw Tho Beautifier. a 'ti1.e home of, Mrs, J. M. Graham
Complexion
Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock/
i days with friend. here. Mr. Wil-
by Our Exporters. Hams says the South Florida city isbuilding' Owing to the absence of ',)1 n. J. N. BARHAI5S IN

Strobbar president and Mrs.. G. W.
at & lively rate..
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL; ITEMS Meyers\ first vice-president' : who,:are
EmbroidrjesI5c
Frank O. Hall for many years a resident -
Gif attending the State'convention at Penacola -
of this ch'bat who Is now hold y
What Has Happened and What I* Goingto 4V4 the meeting was presided overIn
e Ing a lucrative position at a' commercial ,,
In Short ParagraphsSo 'l a very able manner by- the second 8I-2CM4
Happen'Told I
salesman Is greeting old friends IQcyd.SPECIAL .
vice-president. Mrs. J. F. McKinstry,
That "H. Who Runs May Read"It here. Frank is as, jolly as ever, and, a awliN h itt'Iliq
Jr. The recording secretary Miss Maod
friends_were glad to sea him again. He
In The Sun. *M Graham also being In Pensaeola her
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s .attv 'ar
Is .representing Joyner, Wit: A Co., ...
Ladles' cautng card 10 latest styles hat.'eaps'and gloves, Baltimore. office was gracefully filled by Mrs._ J.

'i at Bun office.Slmonson's. W Denby. .
'Wonderful 8 lv* for sale TraioC 'Dispatcher' Chas W. Parbam The meeting was well attended ,and

)f r by J. W McCollom & Co. ; of {he Atlantic Coast Line expects to highly Interesting.. Had two applications CO piece 7e Gingham 5o yd,

For Rent-Oftlee. over Chitty'store. make his' dep.rturo'lor.Nortb: Carolina $ t i tr for membership. .. 10 pieces Fine oft

Inquire R. H. Porter. within the pert day or two. Mr. Par- The Chapter was pleased to. have 10 yds, for i'Oo. Bleaching'

ham has been indisposed 'for sometime Mrs. 'A. U.. Emenon'an out-of-town
Mrs. S. G. Gay of Arredondo was ;
,, and goes with the hope that the member with them. 15 pieces Fine French Gingham
hopping in the city yesterday.J. worth zoo: and SOc
yd.; choice 15c
of climate will beneficialto I '
change prove $SA.TINOLA I 1.1 a new 41.1oo"."..<<.uaran&ee4. ,After the meeting adjourned delicious .yd.
R. Fowler of Lennon was among:
him Dispatcher Joseph Patton.of and money refunded It It fall a to remove the refreshment were passed around
r' the visitors to the city yesterday. St. Petersburg will relieve him. wont ease of Freckle;Pimple Tan Sallow and highly enjoyed by all Fine line of all kind of Sum-
Dr. J. L. Kelley returned last night no... Layer Spot Blackhead., or say akin present.A mar Good. ,
J. W, McCollum' A Co the drag eruption IB to daya. Leave tbe skin clear. a e
from a brief business trip to R Chelle. gists, havljg rented the opera house soft healthy, and restore tile bea1Jot

4 '; Sheriff L.W, Fennell went to High corner, ;.yesterday ''began moving the. youth. Thousand testify' to the merit of DESERVED PROMOTION.C. .

Springs on official business yesterday.For took to that place. It fa tbe purposeof Satlnola.
A
Mia Alice Llrette write. : Thlbode4ux.:. La.. H. Buell Is Now Manager of the
Sale-I,000 Irish potato barrels. this enterprising firm to thoroughly Oct. 15. '04.-"For four year my face was Western Union Office Here. Mrs. R. WilsonT.
J. N. Bone; Gainesville' Fla. d2w4tw remodel, the. store and install new'and completely covered with freckle and pimple..

J. S. Goode has returned to Tampa, modern fixtures: 'all of which will naturally All remedies failed until I used two packages The numerous friends of C. H. Buell
l; Satlnola, which completely removed the in this and throughout the State
after several days spent with his family require time. It will be one oC city
reckle*.and pimple..*. My complexion Is now
will be pleased at the Information that
here. of tbe handsomest drugstores In the
perfect,and hope every lady haying freckle
J. J. Smith of Dutton was In the State however) when finished or pimple will try Sattnola." Price too and he has been promoted to be managerof
y' 11.00.. leading drwrfflat.or! maIL the local office of the Western Union F. THOMASUHDD'TAK1M
city yesterday and made The San an There was mention' In the Rocky
which SATI05AL' TOILET (:O., Paris, Tenn. Telegraph Company,with whom he has
agreeable call. Point picnic artlale appeared In '
Sold In Gainesville by Jv S. Bodiford i been associated for several years. Mr
R. D. Phillips and family of Mere. The Sun of Thursday tothe, effect that A Co., J. W MeOolIuDi A Co.. W. M. Boell's appointment was to succeed (CO.

dish were registered at, the Brown the sudden death of the little son of Johnson 'and all leading druggists. Manager G. Gaskins who resignedto '
House Mr. and Mrs. A. L.Da ugh trey prevent ,
i yesterday. accept a position as traveling organizer
{ ed them from attending ami naturallycaused
The very best that money and experlence MACHINERY HAS ARRIVED.New for the Modern Workmen or the
sadness among tbe party. This FULL LINE OF
7 can prodace-Blue ,lllbbon World.
was a mistake, which we are gratified!
'4 > lemon and vanilla extracts: \ ., Ice Factory at Alachua Will be Mr. Buell has been connected with
''t to correct. The little one Is not dead, I Within Short Time. NEW QOODS.
Lost-Ring[ containing five keys. Running the Western Union In this city for the
In
but 111. The Compositor putting the --
JVJ&TOT Return to W. H.; Robertson, county The machinery for the new plant of past seventeen months, during a portion ---' *"

treasurer's office., court house. 3t article In type substituted". the word"death" the Diamond' Ice Company, which ia of which time he has served efficiently Agents tor...
for "illnesti.
Trainmaster M. 11. MeOlarnroch of being erected at Alachua, ha arrived, as assistant manager. HI. friends Monr mcnts, Tombstonesand

i the Atlantic Coast Line returned yes.R D. M. Dean, an extensive: naval I and today constructing engineer from heartily. congratulate him upon his Iron } Dces.

ter to Lakeland, after an omolal visit stores operator who la operating In St I the Colombo Iron Work, Columbus, promotion.A.C. .
here. Johns county, Is in the city on a brief when the See Our Samples
Ga., are expected at Alachua Rogero of St. Augustine has
visit to his family, 711 N. University work of Installing will begin. accepted the left vacant by
DI. M. Yearly of Vista was In the position Personal 'attentl.u to all natter la
street. Mr. Dean recently purchased R. B. Livingston of the the of Mr. Boell.
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city yesterday, having come to have manager promotion
this lie*. Mall and telegraph *r ler
valuable in East Gainesville, ;
; r some 'dental work performed by Dr property Gainesville factory and also a heavystockholder attended t .'
g Alderman.W and propose to erect at once a floe oJ* in the new venture, wentyesterday DONATIONS TO LIBRARY. promptly \

dwelling. Material has already been '
Alachua where in the
E. Dow, representing the Newt to Club Gainesville,' Florid} :
ordered, and brick for the foundation afternoon he attended a stockholders' Twentieth Century Receiving ,

h York Life Insurance Company, left are now being delivered. The balld- meeting. Mr. Livingston stated that Many New and Valuable Book.. ."
Alachua other
for and
yesterday points
Ing when completed will be a credit the: plant,Jirhich.wiU hare a capacity The ladles of the Twentieth Century

iyf on business. to that section of the city of '$".nt, tons per day-,will be in operation Club are, under obligations to THE' CONTINENTAL
Ills Honor Judge H, G. Mason
6 yes. citizens for contributionsof
withiji( the next four weeks.Choapost .'' many recent
-* terday Issued a marriage licence to C. OFF TO BARTOW. valuable books to the society li CAFF.RESTAUIlA1tT,

.;, "' B.'Ferguson and Miss Mary Cameronof --- - brary.
East Florida Seminary Team Will Play
M(canopy. Among the most valuable of these
Two Games With S. F. M.1 I.
Mr. Griffin and family, who have NEW YORKRACKET. books are a complete set of Poe's works

been occupying the Pitts home West The East Florida Seminary baseball by J. A. Qoodwln. Life of McKinleyand

McCormick street, have removed to team loft yesterday for llartow, where Uobart, Lady of the Lake and another -

r North Oak avenue they will play two games today with valuable volume from Mrs. T.
r the team from the South Florida Military .
Little )[1.* Willie McCarroIl.', yes W, Pitts, and a valuable volume, "The

terday for Rochelle, where she. will\ Institute. The! first game will be Castaway," from Miss Nora Norton.
called this morning, the second this .
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upend a few days as the guest of her afternoon. 1 Funeral Notice.i

sitter, Mrs W. A. Adam,
Both team are in excellent: practice, I the
In accordance with
expressed:
Mesdumes A. II. Emerson of Kirk. and the fans of the South Florida town the the
d wood and 0, B.: Melton of Mlcanopy Store wishes deceased funeral
may expect: to witness some good, and burial of the late Mrs. A.
services
are. 'In the. city, guests of Mrs. C. O. .
nappy work. on Earth. will be The
R. Prindle private. family -
it Pedrlok, West' Msln street S. The team from East Florida Semi. for Flm" corner South of Poacmeel).
wishes
to appreciation
T. J. done of Raleigh was In the city nary Is composed of Taylor, captain ; ----, -- the kindness express and sympathy of friends. 0,.. 1111 Ki''h'i.kt.W .brie.f.....
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yesterday. Mr. Cone isa lumber Coomb --- tt ra rest*.
manufacturer Herman, Carpenter Gasque,
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w and status that his plant U S. Graham Uouiware, Munch, A. Graham If the Baby Is Cutting T..th .--- - -.- --- -

r running\ on full time to supply the de. and Jaoobie. Prof G. F. 011. Do You Burn Oil or Be sure and use that old and well- EEMITH'S

tnsnd. phant accompanied the boys a* manager .
tried remedy, )Ira.Vla.low', Soothing

T. It.. Gordon of Nebraska was a bus- LiellfRinr ? Syrup, for children teething. It S MOUNTS.
;
i (nets visitor to Gainesville 3esterday.Mr. The Seminary boys are confident of soothes the child. softens, the gums, WELLAll

Gordon owns onnMerat prop winning one If not both games allays all pain cures wind colic and Is I
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'y arty In th. vicinity of .Fairbanks, and -.M. If you use lightning then we can't the best remedy for dl nboe.. Twenty

spend, a gnat dealof hi* than there.llev. Attention. Rebekahs.There . interest you but if you use Oil we: -flve cenU a bottle. the old standards and '

W, |II.| Mill, the cnifnont. En-! will be a special meeting of have got what ybu want. We hare -- the choicest of the new ones'as

copal divine of O.IA.I.I at the brown Colfax llvbekah Lodge No. '.. I. O. O. succeeded In getting something new in Some Men LeaveAn issued. '

F., at th* lodge room over Dulton's the of oil can. U is a 5-gaUou
House. Dr. Little i* a elt-vt-r gentle.man way an Ask to see them as they cannot b* '

and A ,prominent enthutia bank' 8 o'clock this evening.: This oil cau,( ud has no faucet, so there is Estate for the Widow. displayed to advantage in a ease.

t I niftnlw>r of il,,. )Klk: .Wing vct>. .* meeting will be held for the purpose no place' for the oil to leak out at. The

{' dent ,.f the KlonU Klk: .l.w.cltllon. of organising. a degree team, and % full ran has a first-elasa a pump, and yon can ,' SPECIAL MOUNTS for E. F. S.,'

;:' AVIIIIam\ lumpier) and son Frank ofllagnf attendance ts requested and desired. fill your lamp without soiling your To invest and lose or as a temptation I' BehocJ Children and Sablee. "
(iKHTRfltC Cl'SIIV ,X, N. U. hands or wasting a drop of oil. It is to speculators. How much -
I 1-f w('re in the city yesterday better to leave heY
NS.TTIK K. Ron. Sec. the beat and most perfect oil can we )
ri Thfy cant \\"n.ta night fur theM Fine Fadeless Fotografs
._.. have ever .en. They go I ,'
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of | -- -- -- ----- - $
purp.t.e" 1..lnK inuislrtl into the Year
$500 $1,000 a Incomefor
along as they last at I s) or Front Locket to Life Sis. \
tuyiorii of thi I'Dtrimic Ord..r Soiu READ THIS. W have a limited quantity.. If 20 30 "
a only Life or for or Years?
of America. a.,1. l .< ,
arri very much im SM'r1Is: STUDIO
need Can, come early.Boys' .
:
a
you
|irv.StMl with the "-(Irk. Springfield, Tenn., June 11, 1901.I ._ -d
WillI.mntl.on have been troubled with kidney We will send you some interesting
departe.t| for the Pants.A Information showing how small an '" ,' JJi
and bladder trouble for a number of Wash .
West End ..
yxtifnlar. *hi r h. ha* annual outlay will yield a permanent { '
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been empluynt to intiitll a number of years and severely *o, and having noticed big line fur the Summer season yearly Uaonte for anyone for 'i I,"re 5 Fa'l

electric 'light In the plant of the Tyler the advertisement of l>r. } W. the kind thai wash. Sine 3 to 16, and whom yon flare to provide. \
Hall's Great Discovery A Teias Wonder .
Lumber Company II* i>tct, to be the price U only t84.
engaged s.v.ral days a* tno hundred concluded to give It a-trial, from W. L HILL & W. I. IfilON, ,p. +.wlll. 'Tr (II.( ,

lights will bt installo.1T. which 1 found great relief and would MMdaI Atr.aa The JlL"TV.aL ;.
recommend it to those similarly af- Something New In Boys Overalls Ute Ia..raa e C..*f Sew York, ; '
n. rickvttuf Half :\1,...".. m,.ml>*>r I \
of the titan of T. I U 1'us.nt A Son,' tt 4ttot!. II. 11. Kiai. Well mad ail jest the thing for
Buys< from *Jeare to U. 4. s
lumber manufacturer '
'as a butinr** -- f.1
A TEXAS WONDER.On ':
visitor to Gainesville"' yesterday<< MrTiekett -- WATERS i

states that, the .ur
fret having bean ebaa.tt'\l.i the mil) ier. italic Great Discovery, curve all .t.
and bladder troubles, removeegrave Our stock of boUt low and High-Cat PRICTIC1L j
bat been aluaed and he tr
i* tHtking fur
1 core. diabetes. seminal emissions 8hoe i i. complete aed strictly ap-to- h. "
ti anew location. weak and lam. backs, rbeuma-
dat. and would like for :you to try .. "r' ,(,J
? we roa W1rat n.. ..
1''ri' ndsotCol. Naff, whu Gad the tam and all Irregulartie of the kidneys PAPER. HANGER :
and bladder la both men and a pair. ar........ '. ''I,;..
xnlstortvne U be stricken with partlyis , W WIlTS .
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W women regulate. bladder troable iaehlkiren. --- -- .. .Msniaheet !
'' .is In the rigtt. lower limb a few day If not sold& by your druggist, We are th* origlnalora of low price House Painting e.a.nre.I t.Ike wsrM'i':

ago, will b* frtUded to learn that the will b* sent by mall on receipt of $l. and everything folly gttarant ed. and Decorating.Itrwa M u. Lrss _au.... h'is.a..... 1
conditionplpatient Is greatly 1 ImHtl ODe small bottle i* two moatbV treatment Ntyds I.t....wM_u..sw.,4'

proved qait cheerful and I. and seldom fail to perfect a II...* Oraer UalawsvlUe. FU. I.-the S't gcvclt.rsass.grw_ I. ,, ,E(
eu,.. Dr. Ernest W. Hall,sol uann- tae "Ie. c.... ,
,. always 1aJ1 i ..... t __hie fll.Iad., fMturer. 1'. O. box eI8.:: S,. Louts 110. PHIFER BROS.. Patois a 1M as, ...... !.... .,.... :
01. Nail tlyoat d at1116R'"Arredoado Seed for testimonials. Sold by al Full. Use of aad Wall Paper I ,

Fer Lt, : dru" k. Phlftrt Corner.Oala.*vm., FUu la stock at lowest prices to the tn4. "

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