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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 10, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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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: VID00591
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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VOL. XXII, NO. ill!) GAINESVILLE, f4'LOHIItA.VEUESDAY.I MAY 10, 11)05) TEN CENTS A WEEK .

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office that the acusatlons are unfound GRAND LODGE I I. O. O. F. MEETS. 's'
NEWS FROM THE f ed. An official! bald: I NAN PATTERSON'SLIFE FACTIONS PREPARED

"It Is Gather
universally known that the llabama' Odd In Their.
Japanese indulgence: department |is { Annual' Session. '
FAR EASTERN WAR : THREATENED FOR HARD STRUGGLE--
exceptionally efficient. Therefore. Ifj Anniston Ala.. :May ).Monday
various specific breeches of .
nelrality evening the grand encampment will

really exist the Japanese government convene in Hoyal Oak lodge room

';t.' Movements of Armies and Na would have: presented specific Her Mother R calves i a Letter which has been decorated for the orou. Both Sides Expect Coming Week

charges to the French government. 8.1'' Ion! with encampment colors black.
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vies of Japan and Russia. far however. Japan's official( action I. Evidently From a Crank.. and yellow\ and purple. The grand To Be a Strenous One. '

has been confined to requesting Franceto :
encampment will finish Its bUill&wtlIiIrobably :

RENEWED ACTIVITY OF ARMIES. exercise strict neutrality."She : BAIL' IS ASKED FOR ACTRESS late In the afternoon Mou- ROOSEVELT TO VISIT CHICAGO

r has not made any specific I day night! many of the delegateswill

Detailed List of the Wounded and charges nor "have any specific acts ot Application I. Mad by Attorney for \ attend the regular meeting of Cat- Wagons Manned by Nonunlonlsta' and

violation of neutrality yet been houn lodge No. 203, vvhtAi will bo heldin
Sick In Russian Hospitala--To Cut brought to our attention. The Japanese Her Freedom With or Without Bond. Guarded! by Policemen Move Along '
I I Royal Oak lodge room. ht ,
Off Vladivostok Seems To Be the government asked in an amicable sprt It Is Stated that Any Sum Asked Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock the Streets Unmolested by Striker ot

Japanese Program. I that we observe neutrality and we Can Be Made. formal opening of the grand lodge Their Sympathiser
answered that we had done and are doIng will occur with the welcome addresses

Gunahu Pass, Manchuria, May 9-In I everything possible to that end. New York. May 9.- Lawyers representing and responses, ln.er*|>,>nM>il with Chicago. May J .-Today. the thlrt,..

r view of the exaggerated reports of The reports to the contrary we be- Nun Patterson Hanu I.> an mukic under the direction of !I'rofoxaor first tiny uf the teamster strike found

4sickness in the Russian armies pub here to be misrepresentations." appointment to hold a Conference with Thompson The uraud IIHKO! executive both; stiles\ prepared for an even mom

lished abroad the Associated Press District Attorney Jerome" late today. 't'ulo1U11\ follow.11'e'dncs.lay Intense slrugKlt: during the week W

la authorized to give the following RUDOLPH PAYS DEATH PENALTYFor concerning the release! ?r :Miss Patterson ,>\.<*nltig the Kriiinl mthe week In which President, A-

:figures furnished from headquarters on ball or without it. 1.lgt will resume biinlne In the andltornuiu ltoow'lt I IS til Visit CIllCMKO. ,

ot the number of sick In the enttfe; the Killing of Detective Schu Counsel for J. Morgan Smith and and the It.*b.>kMli state KII' The committee, composed of Prof.Irithnm rv'

region from lialkal east to Vladlvo- macher In January, 1903. his wife Julia wppeat',l In the court sombl Mill\ conttiu at lllu :Mountain (; T > lor. Towner K. Webster

fctok. Union, Mo., May 9.-The crime for of General sessions "ad.ty and asked homo, continuing: in M-uMmi through jm-l I William C, 1,,>).&Jt'U. appoint by

rn the hospitals wounded 7C9 ofll, which William Rudolph was executed for an order directing > ht district attorney : Thursday, Wednesday afternoon fioni .Major Dunne tn l vt>.tliiate charge a

cers and 14'J04 soldiers; tick 1,137 today was in participation with to resubmit tbi' case of conslpr- : 2 to 9 the delegates l mid local Odd "'.'1.i 1. tlr i Kraft and hlacUtiinU on the part ol

"omcers and 12,91: soldiers.In jeorge Collins who was hanged last acy against ht(\ situ T to the grand i lows will UMKfiubltt Ht Oifonl 1.0'11'Illark. ; union lender and of efforts to Incite

sanitary trains wounded 35 officers year, in the killing of Detective Chas. Jury.| The assistant, il,strict attorney where a nice h.lrlU''II" will In trouble uu the I part of the employer,

and 774 soldiers ; blck.t:; officers Schumacher of St. louts; at Rudolph's served at & o'clock\ ... lm.. nmdw\ detailed plans for beginning ,

'and 772 sofd;frs. home, near Stanton on January 25. ----,-- the h1'1\llr

'In hospitals for convaieseentsw: ound- 190J. f1&. l4It FEDERAL WARDEN WILL REMAIN' The im
'ed. 21C; sick, 33:?!. One month previously the bank herd ) I more trrnuou ffforts to bring!: tho ru- ty,

Last week t G5: ; kick patients died and lad been robbed and the robber Head Officer of Atl ntala Federal Prison rnlcltrttut! team owner"' (Into line, and> t o

.42<< were dlschargiil made their escape by firing at the citizens ! Will Not Resign. the IVdcratlon of l..tbur, UIt hI) other d

Convalescent, wounded 437:: ; sick who discovered them at work. Atlanta May 11.' .\ dispatch received hand, has resolved ti) seek the Ine.c': !'

l 00. After unsuccessful searches by posses .ie2; from Wa .hlnKtoti states that Wur- ut"IIt nf the uRlplaN of the ISmployerVfor s s sa.Sieleetiisn
Detective Schumacher "'assigned! to this vffort. calling It {
Among the sick aiithe following den William II M"-)"T. of the federal
cases: Con agiou- d>'iiinury. 39; make a search for the robber and his prison who a short ilino ago sent In conepiracy| '

typhus,' 21S er.pp, -''III fever. i2.; suspicions were directed toward Wll( hU ri-KlKtiallon, lian. at the rfiji|.'Mt of The strike cotnmlttrv, which was to 1

et '*"anthrax, 3'J: srttrvs. Ti l. ,malpo30.! ; Main Rudolph. the officials of the departnifitt<< ot jti*' begin work this afternoon power ol ,
Dlsgule as a hunter Sohumachet I subihrrna, and all the information It/ y
atalep, 10 dianuora 413: unnpecl- tire reronsldereil his action and\ will
fled 129. visited the Rudolph home, situated Inan remain at the head of the big,, penal K< t. will of I11'C..ItIt be volunteered!
Isolated section\ and biiriounded by lUNtltution 'In south Atlanta The tniltMi traders declare they wmlIlbmlt

4 : lSed Saigon. dense forests, and as a result of the I I Mr. Meyrr'M rcalanathu"a... en nr volumes. <>f h..tlruu1b"lulnt

.ltb'' /511 14 .V special dis- visit be caused a warrant on the II count of otTluIn i personal I Interest TlioftlclaU on the charges that the employer

p/ 'ocltin Cluna, re- charge of bank robbery to be Issued in WanUInittou, according to h",1'' fntfn| the war by aiming tu ;

.t01 w Ilral Nebogatoffsf = for Rudolph and an unknown man 11 r. I I a news IUiMtrh.{ were afraid that his estenJ' the strike through a .coreall l

fell f Saigon A Rua- lug at the Rudolph house I resignation might huge "been for sums trades. .rr
r i' Two ,!ays later accompanied by deputies of hU e On the other hand the employer
cured j lion Konhe bay reason finding prment position
Scbmacrher attempted to serve ar'+ not rtithuitlaiitla\ over the project
$& teed 'iorih of Kamranh I an unpleasant! tiiio Immfillately two
the: warrant. The house appeared deserted NAN .!'ATTERSON. officials wen sent here to 1""t'lIlaht M-HII' no giMxl' that, Is Ilkfly" to com
but the" officer proceeded to I >ut ..lit. though! Chairman: Taylor woj
the niHttT and ,slew to a.k.t.len
I' noticed a collier at first asked for a lnllar order. "
the front door and looked In the wind assured. I the nii rclisnts would.' tlo troth
d steaming east but and then opposed n Judge Foster. took buyer to r''('onnMcr hU action, The
squadron was not owa. the matter under advisement i I I i dispatch r"'f'1".1 last night stated |hut: to block that Inquiry.
:::!: Without warning one of the aide Little trouble was reported at any
lawyer Abraham Levy of MU that h* had rec doors swung" open and Rudolph and of the rmployers company barns.
earner Angola from temon's counsel<< received M '
Collins I.at'l I Unlike the urrnpcmdlnar time last '
armed with revolvers\ c
jumped
Jwas stopped by a Jsp- which had been seal In the mall Engineer Cremated In Wreck.Ihmuou. .
In to the and fire. Schu week few" persons were about the kr
yard opened
straits of Korea Mrs. J. li. Patterson.. Nan Catterson'Mmothir Tin.. May( >9.-A> Oalveston,
stabler.. Kven the Peatxxly Coat om-
machtr was Instantly killed and aftera
... about her cargo In Washlnicton, I). C, In which Houston, and Northern passenger train -
-a aa
I abe was allowed to running fight, the deputies were put Miss Patterson's life was threatened. I coming from Oalvealon l left the track pany, against which there lisa been
to flight hut uitf njured. special fight, sent out: today caraov.
The letter says In part: at a curve near llarrlsburg the en ln-
- Rudolph ana' Collins fled, and were ."* of !loaded coal wagon without
all
turning upside down and taking
1 am sorry to cause you some pain '
i captured at Hartford Coon.. Collins' the roaches off. Bnglnwer prank Cos molestation. Police and deputy ahem
a' Ship In Port. but you will not see Nan Althoughshe '
I Satire town on March 1 1903. IBs, however continued to guard alt ,
,
I jlch,Oochln China May 9 cheated justice/ of the law, she ha* was cremated under his engine; Fire
all vvhlcleo driven by noa-
nearly
,., Alai ship Kostroma more to deal with, and she will never man Conway I. mfsslng and It U believed or

./ lay wtlc Indicate thee To Improve Trade Relations. go far away from the Tomb. I.ID that be also was. burned HoI anion teamster

fourth division of the New York MayA dozen prominent { the victim of another a woman as I I far a* ron be (earned, none of the
-1. shipping arms In New York Interested On Life Loot In fhlpwrook.
id Pacific squadron com your daughter and not only baa my far aa can b*> learned but a numberthem
In the and haven Ma*.., 'May '.-
export Import Vineyard
am .Jt
e Admiral Nebogatoff.fhtladen money gone, but I slowly' dying.Wednesday were Injured and were
trade with Argentina. Uruguay and With tb* arrival. here today of the tuPatience .
steamer are off night If the jury bad acquitted brought to the city on another trsla.which .
I-fl o.a, near bere. The male Paraguay have taken steps to launcha Nan I roiild have shot her as make It Impossible to get their earn new of one of tilemO.l
movement to the formation marine disaster lath
looking remarkable
idfon$ I* said to be off tb. abe left the Tombs. If ahe waa con names at: this time.
iJn.r of an association' to be called 'Tn history" of Vineyard Bound .bJfrplag. '
:
o Ylctl River Plate association:' The object Tb. Joy tin* learoer Araaaaj,
Three Counterfeiter A r reeled.
'ijl as I bave wlobrd to for the last t n
: will be to aid and assist by organlza month But my name will be famous Portsmouth. Va., May '.After a bound from Itoaton for New York. WM
Pressing R..**.."*. tlon and mutual co-operation the vigorous chase that ted through. several truck by the coal-laden barge 0'....
yet as a lover of justice The Amerl I
p rsburg. My I.-Int..r..t I* healthy growth and development of shall know that Atlantic coast cities, Berretr. dower la tow from Philadelphia. tot ''t
can people one man
: ? BJ directed' to Manchuria, the export and Import trade between th bad the courag* to avenge Young's vice* Offlrer T. EX I<*ad. v< lioafon. ar lw<*toa, and sunk la lee than 1$ min
TF;j 'i.T'| the front Indicating that United State and River Plate countrie rested Thomas firewater Charles Fair nie. but out of 47 passengers and a
write this will know
"" Eshal murder I so you
Oyama I* pressing ,GentjfevUch'a .*. Cooperation will be asked crew of 2t on the steamer mot ot
L that am In no way connected with bank and Robert Alack, all of ManvVaaciacM.
c'Y advance post east from all those Interested la trade with Young friend. Your In death Ar charged with extensive whom were asleep at the Km of the

t, igt of the railroad offensive Argentina Paraguay and Uruguay. meddl I aup.rtar"I. counterfeiting opatlon. The trio collision only one life was lot. Ml.. + ,

1J The Russians are offering ....'., Ix",...1 ld<< that It tb* letter were located In Key W_t, Kla.. tni Mamie Kellar JT year of age, reel l '
sr. stance and are falling back Tobacco King Near Death <1 'nre unknown w*. missing when tae +
"" { bad not been written! by a crank bot I they aureeeded In eluding arr-t nn- _
: ? heir first line of defense DM r ham. N C., May f.-Unless would regard it as Important, Ik ill they reached here, Land) followed roll of passengers was called.Stowaway .
be Russian advance post cover a I I. material ,
there In tb.
a change con -
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added that It evidently was written bya s the accused Men ail the way to
i* of about y> mile*. extending dltlon of Washington ffcike, the founder Iw.pe from Ship.
I man who knew the/ name of Nan the Atlantic cosa.t visiting (barl..atua! ,
Singtmantsa on the Lao river of the big tkike Tobacco Manufacturing N.w, York My >.-As the Italian
Patterson'* father who has bn H, C. tlaranaab, O*.. Wilmington,
h /.southeasterly direction across company cow one of the prlncipal known throughout the trial as "J. :0:, C. liner CU! dl .ti'spoll, from the M.dItteranran ) 4
111, road shove Cbangtn. to the branches of tb. American Tobacco was but to be doekd. at
yh -
Randolph J'IIUI'r>-o n.M but whose names .
D frin road J leading to Klrwlfc.' ;o h* cannot live Italian the tacit of .
company very / John Haiti." I'atlersoo. Divorced from ClgHth Husband.New the pier at Thirty
a.m pats, about 70 mile due eks long. This afternoon be began to York. May 9 ---)Ir)1.." J. fourth slre t. In the North river twoyoung '

t of Tie Pass The RcLsslan cavalry sink and is growing weaker. II" Is Crothr In the sut.rfM'. court reeelr men leaped tn the port ralllntnf
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protect both 'nct.' small V/dle be. over SI year *( ate and his f..*blene Heavy Rune In Te>... ...t an auvolote jUf>rt'1t from her bti.' the liner! and }ump..| lain the asto r

log probably beyond the Jan ring in *. was accentuated by a fall 1 some Waco Tea, May tx Heavy rains band Tfc fn.* t'rnwth a .aUx>n kper I\>Kh were f.1Ip"t swimmer.

Moegolla to guard ....ID.t a *urprtsetomlsjt months a"o. wbiHi broke a limb sad last nlgfct tavagain. filled rhton in W*.u Tbiny-flfth, IC'4I1. who and In I*..* than ten inlnut they had

movement Is 'bat direction I confined' bun to 'It room Mr. ()uke'a and stream in -rural Teiaflowloc em.y wa her eighth !.....,*n t. Tixir of Mr*. re.*h.d the .hor r Scrambling tu

)dpert believe bow",,""r. that O>ama's : fortune Is e.t >mtd at several atlllions. Itran/4 riverUge b' aehel s Crowtfcrr'v former k'isbaada. dle<}. anaeeurt <, the street 'hey '|>ilkly dl.nt pvared.lv r

'' purpose l II to tfcriMt In front hire the>> ___ ... __ to rtl'A of J& Jiv'CM f-< her' overflpw and C'(111t10U at tieprrseat she ..t dtvorc from th" other >th were .'"**' w.y.. and unUm they +
wait turn Kirin and mrpo three Hb* mr.ed Crowtner June ate eMptnrrxi '&- government wilt" Irapo -
% andpreparatory viadlvouoat..1 Minister Bow.n Arrives In New.. York. time ..,"> .! damag" tto..a<<
welt between Harbin 1%. e a nnn of it..I*"> on tb* line tot F
to the |n,_tHi"nt of tB. New York May > Herbert W. Howca. of sexes of grog fig cotton and fun, 19M1A >permitting their -.pcI' 1

latter p'-ac. IJnevitr dl'p ma peeU31y taken to meet Iud.atu. arrived bere today m rae *tet .aipH Banker to "es"Ullo"J"d," Camden N ). M.X -la..e C
.. .ald b wonld of WO'1If and Olntoa .tr..et I. FlrebwQ' Busy. 'In Pennsylvania.TI .
fi Phlladefphta. sson Malwaake. V\ i. May f.-K',*ry em- Iwown. *
? aotbiag \>n. <:u.un affair 1IDU. ploy of Uu, Y'rc' National beak ** "cnIl4brat..r .abaugtt only Ie years ....,tlt... ,'. May .fifteen flr.*

British Press Crttldees Franceparta. 04 fcad reported. WasMatfon.! ,. IIlaqolred Mlwaoke| bola o'en ordered "'> have old. Drown, was married at 17 Ifs within **>'"" "..vks have led to ihtt of ',

.-The cntira tons ol as to -he present .tats cf 1.... pbotorrmpb. taken and OB* copy I* tb* father of .lx boy and font g.&..rat belief rh4t firebug* are at work -' r

: May ."coocnt rra r*'e the IAJOIah ekarg. hot declined to turned over ti* 'it. ofAcers ot the la girt. > daughter na. just been born la this city .\ apetlal meeting of tit

I o1b., BrltWi breaches pie of anu.'ttT ts! la disrcs the m: &r-r He said he probably atltatloau Is a44Uon U* tae paoco- to his eldest .e..PC". wino la the rtry f* nciu faa offered: reward',ot # k.tfi't .
I .u.cflll ". of Bdward Nelson and WIA ) for the appT brnlon of tae upnu. >.
1 '+af bdab.evaht. oat u rrapbs't: 5"1.tr1 :a.|I would go la WMaJaftaa tomorpaw gmpbs esitsla neasatemeotc w4 ..Mta.k. WBO.fatber l' 'j
I .. of let a.at11e4 at 17. .
; today from tk* ltrci a .apknyte ". ,
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ailment like consump llrt WnT ......r W. instated : .:( ___' f t,' '
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SENATE AND HOUSE (ion that. tha"s> been months : ',",11'I.
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While on the China station In IfiSO Every woman auuu* -"wwrr' ,, \ .
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' "V, and years getting a foothold the mater nt 'arms' mesa on the Unit- iodical: function i is kept &.a healthy: sun: -

New\ Bills" 1 ed States. steamer Omaha was la a The is to take occasional. a:
Many Are PresentedAnd cannot berelieved. : in a weekor ; drunken and demoralized condition for AsrA1:47: dition. way Cardtu.i .

Old Ones Are Passed. day. 'Scott's Emulsion ,,I t several weeks. Try as* be might the t dose of woman Wine of is subject conditions:

I, captain could not discover where the Every
will always afford relief andoften liquor was coming from. Finally all 1 which bring on female weakness. Wineof ;
% &VERAL'MEASURES ARE KILLED: for aft
;> ',,, ; cUre, but not over night. I t shore liberty, was stopped but the Cardui gives women strength
Charter drunkenness did not cease. On the the duties of life. It gives them strong t

iY 'Qalnesvitle' Passed By a Largo; 'T-he consistent use of Scott'.*? morning of nailing while the executive 1 nerves and freedom from pains.: r

.jorflyP.lltlon Congress in Aid 'Em Isionll.positivcly help officer was, near the port gangwaywatching Wine of Cardui not only cares but ,
1 the taking In of stores be respond to
ofGood Widow The quickly
Pension
Roads-Bill to the health. organs
the consumptive at any asked what was In a large demijohn guards of which Wine of ti
w of Gen. Olckison.k that came over. the. .side,! with boxes the healing vegetable ingredients
of the disease. We A healthy woman does well to
stage( and packages. He was'told that it was Cardui is composed
Tallahassee, May .-The Senate wa. her ertodkal. l 's
i vinegar. IIe pulled tbe cork.and sniffed take this medicine on approaching j
,_ .. IUfd.lo ord.,.., 4 p. nr.:'yeUrelay.Tollowing juarantee: nothing beyondthis : It. It was vinegar. Then his attention sickness. Wine of Cardui cures the word eass of i

new bills were Introducede but we know that right was. attracted by the tag prolonged female troubles and has cured thousands y

', .' t living and Scott's Emulsion marked "toaster at arms' mess," and. of! them quickie and completely in the privacy of .
Senator Crane-Relating to tbe power remarking that the mess must be using r-
home. ________ 1
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have done more to cure consumption
of building and loan .associations vinegar for bathing as he bad already a ,

'and providing.regulations, for the eon..l than anything else. seen the same demijohn' brought CRICOKA, MIBS., May I, 1902. '

,'' 'duet of their.business.l 'also;'proposing aboard twice within that week, he ordered Wine of Cardui' and Thedf ord's Black-Draoght ;' II

amendment to consttation) ;.... also toglvweertala Scott &; Eowne, 409 Pearl St.,. New York the officer of the deck to inspectIt for all female diseases. I recommend o
carefully and taste It. He did; it is a sore core
i counties tight of eminent was vinegar. That officer, however medicines to all ml Mends eYer1Where.1 eo.: Fin months IKOI: _

:' domain' ; also relating to practice orpharlnu IRISH STORIES. noticed that the jug bad unusually your could DOt walk acrou the booM without great pam bat 1 am'well again..

', ,. -.wer. long neck. He poured out a small taken iota bottle8 of Pine ci Cardai but feel better than 1 eefelt
Senator' ..Me Or.Il A.. amd He .y Wit I han trots ,
leC.1-To provide a Dies Hotel Walter. quantity of vinegar' and discovered an ba two Jean. MR9 N. T. ILIDFWF.LL
pension(25 per month for Mrs. Mary 4 extra cork In the bottom of the neck. ,
Of atorlee, of Irish boepltallty Mr.
E, DtekteoD, widow Gen. J. J. Diekl- Sfacready bad a full supply; also of Below that were, three gallons of gin.
a The vinegar between the corks bad
BOU. : botel attendants and the peasantry.On WlllECARDUI y ,
served to deceive tbe Inspecting officer
Senator Harris-Providing for the one occasion he aaked the girl in ,
at the' for a month ,
extension: of limits of corporate cities attendance for poecbed fggw. She gangway
Chicago News.
rand towns.' looked a bit nonplused at first bat
4 after little hesitation replied There btIIt11tI
Senator Sa.oekkJD-To regulate transportation

,, Met. ana II..*!..
are no poacbed eggs In tbe place, sir
of lira stook.fi'r .
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"What kind of head do yon like on
bat I think I could
get you some
Senator Faolkner-To make It unlawful a man?" was asked of the president of
to f.msk.In poached Mlmon. corporation employing several thousand -
employ a
place
say
In a poor little cottage! of two rooms ::
where Intoxicating liquors are e i4. be saw a' married couple and seven bands. lIe replied: "It depends HPIRICXE 3LIST--'

'. Senator Hudson Joint resolution altogether on what I want the beadto ,
-
i'A, cbtldren. Hearing a baby cry be do. Each department of our business k..OF. . .:.. ..'
proposing) an amendment to Section 8 asked to see It and explained that be

".4 of Artele 7 of tbe Constitution of Floe took an Interest In bable. having one requires a different shape 'of bead.

,. rids, relative to the apportionment of at borne. The infant was producedfor We don't, generosity look for, sublimity veneration, con.etentiousnea benevolence - EUREKA WINE E & LIQUOR CO ,

t the Senate and House of Representa proudly.Inspection"Is ,yours and the as mother big as asked that acquisitiveness or ideality. __

tins.tf Take them all In all I think I'd rather
sir?" To which be "I think It '
replied,
HAIL ORDER HOUSE.
f THE GREAT SOUTHERN \
The baseball bill and bare around of
earn up oe- la a little bigger." Instantly the Instincts me men combativeness, .. 5

copied the time until,adjournment. of tbe mother were roused aggressiveness, nope, spirit constructivenese. EXPRESS PREPAID. Full Quart Measure,

'In the'.House. and tossing her bead she ..Id: "So I try to pick out such. I
well It might be. That's only halt of should Ilk. every man in my employto Per Four Six Pere:
Tallahassee, May 9.-The House met have at least two-thirds of his bead G.uOQ Quarts Qu.". CAM '
; at 10 o'clock a. m., and there was a lot ours; the other half Is with God. We .fen. H.t.elleu..Prf.a"1IIkeE.! ... .. .......................... N ro (4 00 Moo '140. '
In front'of his ) with
bad twins." ears. big Hatchetfs n.,'. Wblakev .... .................., ..... . 4 ao> 4 tO! G 90 J3 7& 4
,Of new local bills Introduced. asked back, beads are overweighted with Intellect H.t.oh.n'.OId BT..... .". ... .. ......... ..... ........ . 3:41 3:10: 4O! 1 a.. ;
At a hotel one of the party Eureka N. C. Appl Brandy ........... ...........,. .. 176! 176 loo l/ffi ?
)II'. Jewell asked consent to eon "Have you got any celery, waiter : too slow to keep up with the N. C. Apple Brandy....._..u.............. ........... ...; a 2." 321\ la >n
side House Concurrent Resolution) "No; the significant answer."I ...."New York I'res. KurekaMaH:: ... .. .... ............... ...,.......... . 410 400 1100 .
air was F.ureksN.C.Peso) BraodrN. ".................. ....... 1S 176 70n 1400 : 3'
No. 28. relies on me chances." That man O. Peach &.041."... ............................ .. :a s rls / hS 970 '
.. ..... ... .. .. ....... .. .. .... '
deserved extra On another oc- B.ial.- La CMLr. Eureka N. C. Cera) .... . 2- :126< / h5 t'70 : It ,
Be II resolved by the House of Representatives an tip. bas been 'kaN.C.Cora. :XX........ ..................... .. 't II' S /Ml Duo.. .
*" the Senate concurring carton the dinner was especially good Belgium; long an important Eureka N. C. Corn.XXXKurek . ... ................ ... .t' 2 's 3:)' e
and well served. At the conclusionone center of the lace industry.The N. C.Corn.XXXX... ... ... .... ... ......... ,L : FO ... ,,
4 That _
as representing the people ol of the party ,.remarked "You're an art of making lace spread j 1 t
.
u :Florida, who earnestly favor the
through Flanders from France and
assented Tat !! :
for good roads which hate angel Pat" 1 am, sir the Sunny Itrouk Sour Miub.Echo .:. .. ... . .. . ... ... .. ., .... a7s INEHTfcLIE8TATJBAST.I a
movement In middle centuries to _
"but I fly low.;'-Ixtndou Telegraph.Tfc Italy owing Spring.SUk .. ... ... . .............. ... .. ....... . t
Ss om. a matter: of national Im the splendid In.aUtlNof Belgian flax Velyel "....... . . .. ..... .. .................H. a 'IB .'
'portaooe and Interest, we do hereby .." ..A "Yu" Abroad. I und it was there that the wonderful Oak act . .. ........ ....... .......... .. ....... 7&

request oar Senator and Repr a.ntatives The only, safo ruiu fur tbe luA'lI.h. duchesse lace was originated.' Much ma From ,2.50 to f 3.50 Per. Gallon, DeiSave

"" ""1' in the Congress of the United man abroad ls to stick to "you". In of the so called Spanish lace-black, twelve JmbeUof Hatebett'a Private Stock and eeur

< I- States to do all they properly can do French or Uerniim. "Tutoleincnt. or"theelng with its large rose and trailing design twelve labeln of llatcbetfa OM Rye and secure a bottle free ,
would -was also made In Flanders and tlatebetf That' Wh key and secure bottle tree Save tw.
::1 ;towards the enaotment of the Latlmerv and thoulng. Imply a N. C. Corn and secure a bottle free. Save twelve latwfe of .
'vy'4' ''1L' : deliberate Intention to insult a patronlzlng for the last hundred yearn the cities of Itrandr and acenre one bottle free. Save twelve labels of Eu
( it' \v",.,blll, BOW before that body, or some of Indl.putable Bruges. Ghent and Ypres have put on ooe bottle free. Price of all foods boucbt at con:paD,."store a
'l measure looking aid by the assumption tbaa ....D delivered. No okarge for Jn... bos"or dr.)'.< similar the market the three best of the
!t '" j.t grades
'i"d' + superiority to the person addressed> or foil n.es.ure. AU Mindard braoda of wbttlkJ..IOJd over my bare
'J ..i-;, n..tloD.llo'tlromn&\ ) to the State for such fntnlllarity as Is only between modern vnlenciennen lace, each city from IS leavea t for jou. All wire Quoted on application. We
proper 3
," t IW" and In behalf of the construction and lovers,* parents and children and having a distinct variation in design aired.liquors/ Money tbaa tboae refunded quoted.U goods Speelal not price taUafaetory.on lance quantities: '11

4 maintenance; of good road., and under Intimate friends. At one time every due to the illflVrvnre In workmanship EUREKA WINE A LIQUOR COMPANlJ

:7','W' suspension of the rales It was adopted. Individual was "thou." but after flatterers gradually !'IItrc"luI! In the conrtte of 13B WfcST BAY STREET. JACKS a c::. ;

l The liquor bill of )fl'. Kllgore of began to call Roman emperor."you" yours lu tbe three locallti*. j

Sum&... regarding labeling shipments (mon.Nhl.main "we" to this -I
to different parts of the State, was defeated day) the polite plural spread until InLouis II W. e..ailr. .
.
Mr. toI..I.I1l1h"'ou l know
,
you're only
XlV.'s time servants
2e to II.Mr. "thou" lu Franc only The restoration were of talking nnu'c-u"<*. What do you want CLYDE LXN tk of -

DuFoul's pension bill was dsfeated. of familiar a couple ot now" gown for :Mr.. Nuke
"thou
as n pronoun endearment
ir 1s due to Kouascau and the butw--XVby. )irs Playn has rot a *sstS r-

_ Upon motion of Mr. Johnston of revolution. It baa survived throughoutIn doyen RIIWIIM. all of them much band-

y Fasoo, House Dill No. 126. a bill to be poetry and In addressing lira IJeltJ' outer than tN.* two or th.Ibat lye >

entitled on set to amend Section 14, London. Chroulcle. got. Mr. l KI.hltI.-t' I know. Hut .
a homely' Momnii like that nevd 1t rich
Chapter 6300 Law of Florida the --t
attire In to attract attention
1 nvr
\ name being an act to define the grades Do Not be Imposed Upon. w
f rvm her face. You dou't.Liverpool
of Instructions which shall be taught Foley A Co., Chicago, originated Mercury

? In the uniform system of public i lloocy and Tar as a throat and lung!: p1A

'schools of Florida, to aid and encourage . I remedy, and on account of the great ......;..u...

{ the establishment of pobllo high : merit and popularity of Folrj's Honey ""fIa), 1.._." began the beggar, Tm th<

schools and rural graded schools, to and Tar many imitation' .,offered! outer work an' "-if TIw

f prescribe those conditions", and to make : for the R.nulue. .hk for Fol,'. Hun "See bf.,..." 'Interrupted Ooodart. "1 BETWCDfJaelcsorrville

appropriations' therefor was withdrawn . .y and Tar and ,.,ru.. any substitute gave you 50'cents taut week." and .Newy ,o ';
"Well. ". earned- more since, aln'tyerExcbange. g .
7rr .
,
CHARLESTON S. O. both .w
Calling at ,
m. and the committed& substitute offered as no other' preparation will % ;

t under suspension' of raits was advanced live the sam ...lafa<,Uon. h"i It mild i'. : The Finest Steamship In the Coashr er rSforLF. S., 4,

c to third. reading and pattedunanimously. I II atfett laxative for ehlldren It contain and II'"dflirt opiates.per ands ... HI. ........ti.. Clyde New England and Sou : ,: i and BableaSoathboand >

sons. Sold by JV \VrColliim! Co. Employer (to presumptuous clerk)-
x- Mr. Oven-Bill to amend laws ...1.. ----.- A,.. y'q the ton bare I'd like to Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE 8t lc 11

the to primary elections was pa..edunanimously. lf.w ...re.. Ar. Kill*!. know ? CVrk. No. sir. twt- EmploytVn. PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Pythsta4 S f 's

It baa beau stated that the oyster's *r. don't talk tike a tool then- Calling at Charleston both ways" rph7h, Llf. $Is.. +

w Mr. Olmatead's bill to create the deadly enemy, the starfi h. bat been Ilatan P..rm/oerelal ItaHetla. 8 11dI-W' KLY 8

county of St. Lacie, and a motion to moat acrefully eutdue In th* Loud .... .......:1.,... ... .... ....From Lentligc; IJJIQ,
Indefinitely lost Island beds by putting down within it* ..... fry tIit ate baa Its peculiar. Northboond..... ... ......... From Foot of Crttber4sls ate
postpone was attar
each an Instrument very much Ifke along Cl.mm,., a* every walk ta life has Its
.) eobsMerable discussion and the bill
hao>iled Urns mop As ...tt as r--wUolr mptaCJaDa-Wacaula
ordered engrossed.Mr. Clvde St. Johns River
ouched by it tb starnah Invariably --- ---- ,

MeCreary's bill to be entitled an\ Jr&'rtb.. strands and can b. ea*>. 8..iM'..rft B.ptl.t Convention, Kansas $wtween JACKOOMVII.X.BC end's
set extending and enlarging the territorial lured and destroy by the ttunottaad. Stopping at Palatka, Astor, 8*. Francis. Berraford (I aas '
r limits and powers of the city for it will not let go uatfl It baa been City, Mo., May IO-I7, IOOA. Landings on St. Johns KiverW : +n'' ,

4 of Gainesville, a. municipal/ ) The AtUaile Coast Line, shortest Steamer "CITY OF JACKSO3

', organised and etlttlog la Alaohua cor the Impoedbloty ft Its rtttmuTt ai. ,,Seep.*t. root, one fare plus fifty
...c. round trip. IKkets will 1M sold) Is appointed to sail as follows f Leave JACKSON' '' ,
and
CCuo..o'! providing for the eierelse " '
a.1...... sad Thursdays S:30 p. m. Ueloraing. leave 51
R'.el. w. ,
i of those powers came up as a May ?i* to llth, laelosiv*. return limit \'ednsdaysand i80 ;
Fridays, ;
special order at 4 t30 S o'clock and was >. Mexico' (M)M>vr at Mi. Louis !rmitl4 *
passed by a vote of 83 to a.Mr should b* more prompt inpre.enting oa'returQ trip within final limit" t ae 8COEDUIUB f

fir.. Roberts' bill to prevent children thett'aecunta. A droggtet Leave S: Jpm,.... . ..., .......Jacksonville.. . ;?,
under: years working In factories of that place rv-r,ntly brought a ye 41ac by dvputii of ticket and the paymentof .HAprn ............. . ... -Palatka.. . i, t? i A
mines, etc.. was made special order man in the town a bin two years old. fifty eeuu, A good opportunity' to S.-OOam........*... ... . ,Astor .,., 1 jy ,t,,'wr' w
for May 15. and tot fint put of the bUt was a IfO West at smaUeost.. W. J. Craig' ;3Oax9.., *

Tbe House memorial to Congress to charge for a box of cbocolatee and on General I'....a,.,Agent Wilmington ,. ... ........ .BeresfordArrirR.aOam. 1 :
.. . . .. ... '
... .. ., 8saford..r1'
p Increase pensions of Seminole' War the oh r end was a (chart foe sew Xc. F C Boylston.DUtri I.ae- Io0 ......
am.
Veterans from 98 to $12 per month norsrng' bolt Hew tint doa Cyl! I eager Agent, Jaekjoavllle, Fie, .

was paased. .. . .. OEXEJIAL PAgg. AKD TlCatET OFFICE. W BAT W.T _
-' -- - ..... - --_.. --'--- --.- .. .
c House adjourned' until 10 a. m. tomorrow. r. Il tttctiruoxa>crt.rat. Atsa.C... ew, aaL. ta Fact r '. **"
f ; W, 0.L1u0Px74 wl.Ittar aasss ,
sllrtiapii1 a. The doc- r.eLf Nava nt.J t
Rooe.velt huts
President Home. SAruparitU. The tested and
4
.t1 w Gleawood Springs. Cbh. May .- tried SaruparUIa.< The Saruparilla General )Laaar.t. ; S 11 ?p ;L4

,'f.f :President Jlotvervli. started oo Ms ,.- e.r S Cn.sswsst ldtiatsr.ll $eue Iwl.eah.ew ,, h 1 w ,J ,t
that makes rich red blood Nt lif 4
[ :'it, ,tarn trip to wasblagteo. thug morning, ; arj ? t

;:: U.r .. 511.,," special! .trala left here, at K .. m.. l trcnEthen the nerves; buit&ton

:\, 5 \"w 1 ; la 4*..:$.a Heaver'at .:&t IN m.; 'tae. .0. ?

\, t'.H\/1h4a.\, /,. .,....".... .:.,, ..o/ ." ;'1" ". .,.. .. $ *
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:;{:BOVERHOR SIGNED 1 BURTZ'S DIRECTORY ENDORSED "

{I '
Board of Trade Give Work Official En. .

'J. THE CHARTER BILL dorsement-Valuable Book.At .

.
t.2" ., : -_ th. un ptif>s of the (i iil1 ..\'PIl"
Board of Tre.| held! Momlt' ) *tirUOOO. .. pi

rj TiutvFeople Generally Are Well, the 1' rrelorf t>* the ('uy t fintnllf. I

t, r <, ,' Pleased With the! .Measure. ( ; *t
t" the hearty criciai ftuioifenienl of r
Board. U/I
VOTE WAS STRONG
FOR BILL .
Tl>r hoard< in.| .-("tMl a "dumrri,, Get Premiums

Business submitted by II,,, ot>tni.il.T. and had iio ,
t,,
; Men Look Upon It As a '
-i," iitaney: in r-e.\mn>"-ndins:: the work with
-'C';" ';Coon to the City-A Prospect of to the proper of (iiiuvill, as brink a

ha. r . Making More Rapid Advancement II gocxt thing for the city, and, iu"*muohus Your Baking Powder

L 1.: ."' .:Owt' the City. the new charter bill has. parsed J and
Buy Good Luck :Baking Powder and get the beautiful premiums
..: the town lint assumed
t :;::. There was a feeling of much pratificattan ; metropolitan we ue offering absolutely. frtt. Good Luck is unquestionably thjntrett
f air*, an absolute necr.ity.The baking powder possible to manufacture Bread ,mad with it e
;i : expressed:
t y by .junivrou citl- compiler has worked, hard and is light white, wholesome and nutritious., It keeps longer and better R
../*tent.on oar street yesterday over the earnestly on this directory for the laUe't'n than other baking& powder and ,raises the batter quickest and very thoroughly. {,
l t ,r ,> host.the. telegraph conveyed to this week' and the Good Luck is only lOc a (JOllnd. By. giving: the best at the lowest cost Good
City proposes to give Luck is now being shipped( in car load and train load lots to all parts of the
4
I .
, people a work which will be a credit to country.. It is the idea of retting these beautiful presents free in addition to
.t((1; 'Tlle cause of the feeliog was the announcement a city of 10.000population. The book the high quality and low price, that makes this a remarkable premium offerftGOOD :
, < that Mayor Thomas had ,
I I will be handsomely and substantiallyhound
received a message front Senator Meat in cloth, and the workmanship

. .'/'Oreaf1 Tallahassee conveying the throughout will be flrst-clas There I
. 's' '... Ind news that the Governor had
I will be several pages of balf-tune
; -:- ",&:;.iped the new charter bill and it was
.' i\,,,'", '.;!!... views of Gainesville and vicinity.
., now. a law.
jl. ---- -- ----
Jf'!! ;'.One prominent business man said Growing Aches and Pains spa LUCK

"j1 w .. :'hat it was the best thing that ever .I Mrs Josie Somner Breiuond Tex.,

.l happened for Gainesville, and that we writes April 15. 10o2. "I have used

<'!"\ '.<.;\'"" 'now would have a chance to progress Ballard's Snow Liniment iu my family ar

.it
,1'\\ ". ''ilb.f .\.; lucre equally as jubilant. out it in the house. I have used it on -

f \<,'':, my little.girl for growing pains and is packed in 6 01. and 1 !b. cans. The coupons'necessary to get the .
]1 }; y ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT. aches in her knee. It cured her right I many useful gifts are printed' f.t the /"bof each can. Cut out

> *" ; t away. I have alto used it for frost bit these coupons. Save tlioDi A lew e4 them will get you a handsome eIl
,f fy,4 h" . South Florida to West Florida and ten feet with good success. It Is the /rtt premium Fur detail read the little, book to be found
) / ? In every can. Don't forget to ask for Good Luck nest time.
: ;', ;"l-I:: Georgia over the S. A. L. best liniment I ever used. :! e, LOc Save worry save money and lit l hut not least save the coupons

., }' ffe' .. The annual! exeosioa: of the Seaboard and $1.00. Sold byV.. M. Johnson, and get the beautiful gift. If your grocer doetn'l sell.
;;, Gainesville Fia. and J C. send, bit will
Bishop it, name and we SM that you are supplied.
t 4lZgdBrtlway, will be given May Alachua Fla. .
h rit : .v 19cb. Train'No. 34 will leave
.\ 1ft'pa May 18th special from Jack. r.aS
; Death of Mrs. Horace Mcintyre. ... .
.' .Y..1 MIN 11. NI .11 W
d, 'j ,aonviUe morning of !May 19th and
p. DiE'dOD April 21st, 1905. at her homein
{f'from Gainesville train No. 54 May .
Red Rock )Montana Julia the wife
jtxIOtb.,. The following rates from Gainesville .
of Horace Melutyre. She was the
J ./ proper, for return tickets : Lake 'I This I. the couH> found on every cm. '
eldest daughter of the late l:. A. J ef.
' .' ":"City: $2.: & ; Live. 'Oak. 2.75 ; }Madison '
fords of this city and passed awayjust THE SOUTHERN MANUFACTURING CO. l
; $3.60 Montioello tiOO Tallahassee '
l ; ; J1 i'
four before him.
days
'
C\\.. ,',. ',,,.150; Quincy 15.00; River Junction. RICHMOND: VA.
+ "' Deceased was born in Fernandina on
1: ; r ,16.00 I Bainbridge $5.00. -.. -.--. --.---.- -. .._- -...- ---- -. - .. .. -. - -. .
the 5th day of February 1803, but '
}' Ticket Nvill be limited seven daysf pent most of her time in this city. Union Telegraphers. M..t.lJI J A'. M. 0........ President 11. K, TAYLOR.

# ..t\, %f .exclusive of date of ssle. ,E. C. Cobb Two brothers and three sisters survive TKiffalo. May 9.-Tl>- Initial meeting (H ). W, llvua, Viee.Preidenl Irk GHAIIAM, Ast
"1P S .Ageat/oaineayille.: \ dtf. of the fifth biennial un<] IlfK-t-nth
regular
;> ;!;'V, her who have the sympathy of all lutheir
,.' =. session of'the RnitHl division ol
.
bereavement.Juggling 1 IOF'
'tl'JTer/ ,ic glace With Death. --- ---. -- .- the Order of Ilttilro.i l Telegrapher THE FIRST NATIONAL

> opened here today with about 300 dffeKatfs
't''rJ.f "Death was fast approach log. writes\ ; With Dynamite I

'Ralph F. Fernandez of Tampa Fla.. Is no more dangerous than to neglect In attendance Tho itucstlon I G.A.JNESVILLm.: : : :

J\iI}\!:?.< describing his fearful race with death kidney disorders. Foley'* Kidney Cure of inalgamatlnK\ with the' ConuurrrlalTelegraphers'
RANK IN ALA
THE
+2" ,' Union fir North America ONLY N43TIONALi :
;,'iC 'at a result of liver trouble and heart corrects Irregularities and has curd ;
r '" will\ be considered. The Order ol'I
f -ft/,::disease which hr'J' lobed me of sleep many severe cues after other treatment Railroad Telegrapher) has n n1pnlbp"'l! Capital . . . . . . . . . . . *BOo
jtt:jf i and of all interesc-rbliiV. I had tried has failed. It build up the worn
.hlp of 43.000.( and die commercial\
S '" $j::v'tnany:: ; differeutdoetorsand several! med. out tissues and restores health and claims\ total of Surplus und Undivided Profits . :\0.00w.
body a 13.000 member
'!,,1'-:'' *', -;: .cine, but got no benefit until I began vigor. "I was troubled with kidney I '
Electrio Bitter So world 11 11I I .. ..< IH A" ,,tot use r. complaint far about two years writes I Strikers Mar hlri: en: London. I 'he .. iMbr."set 1'.rm.n.M.reaaaot.Gnrpor.tlnee.t.. tet.re'f 'i
. .ful was their effect that In three days A. 11. Davis of )ft. Sterling. Iowa .t..a. ...nlltl'a AtIbu.laeeatraaI ..eI.di'rotapalr
London May >D.--A hundred"' picker
felt like a new nl&n. and today I am I H. E. TAYLl
but two bottles of Foley's Kidney
men from the striking' army of boo .
; of all troubles" Guaran 5- "
It'I my Cure effected a permanent cure. Sold: workers of Northuniptonhlr acconpanl )

: at.all drug store 5 price 50c. by J. W. McCollum Co. d by a band of tntialc, started on G. S. MERCHANT & 'Gi

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--- ---- - J -- --- foot for I l"undoD
M ---- - --- ------- ------ tr today lu lay their

grievances before the war om lep. 1 II I RstalUra and Jobbers
In L ,,....
Is anticipated that their ranks will be

:Sonthern welled by unemployed persona al:

Railway. each '.toppIOI plare. and by the tlmo Staple and Fancy Groom HullntC

. . the' metropolis Is reached. It Is espect 1.
. ed that the strikers will be of foruldsble Ty

t Effective April 10, 1905.YMtlbiitTraUa pruporllons.CASTOR. Qraia, Sar&fl i Seed and FsrtiHz&ra

SOUTH SIDE SQUARE. i j i OAINEflVlLLJC.: fl4Llfighat

.S Lad K.. al.If.. *. 20 }lUrtti aad West. -.. I' 1 IA market price paid for ble".*. Egg and other Frul....
-- - -" .
LyJaoUonylUe. .80. 117 8O&! 7 85p 1 Jaekwavlll.;Pia. '&. Ry. 74p
Ly Jeeup .80. Ky 11 Boa 10 4Op Ly Jaup U. . . .80.1(1. t03pLv Par Infut sad C ildrsu A 00.,1. stork 01 flap Corn. Oa&l&.l'loo,. bran M.sl.. Cotton ..... Mal
Savannah .80. Uy 180p Ilk: Ar Mseon (1a.. ,80. H,. 800.Ar and JlJ.__ W. band.\ ORIJ'' the vERY IIEST goods st the LOW.PILICZB. .
Columbia. .So. Ry SUp 800. ArA&laaaa.Oa. So. ICy. 620.ArCb.rloUe Tin Kiwi Yea HIM Always Bwgbt t >IE T and gaattas.4att.fk.slen/ slwaje.GatIloiytI18 .

!'l' ,So. Rr 1006p 9681 ArFtom.,0a. ,So. Ry. 7&sAr _ "- "'" ,......._ ...... ...___.__, ""..4-W.; "''''.
.. ; Greensboro, ,,80. H1 12 Ma 12 Sip Ar Daltoa. Ua, ,80. R,. 6. Bears tb.Bipatttr. .
-: ,'rr Ar Danville.-.So. H, 206s :I lOp Ar Ob..DOO Tens .80. Ie,. 948.Ar e 01 4
;"; Rlebmond .80. It, 868a CS Up Ar LuIDOo.. Ky ,Q. O. aAlpT : & Gulf Railway Company
r Ar Cinelnnntl. O. (l .t O. 1 400 -
.r Ar LJaehburg 80 U 17a 420p I
!ttf L" 'Ar CbarloUenm '80: By y 602s e lOp L.. Claoaaaa'l\ O. tit. }'our It fOp'"It'iI r.. .... n__..
{ Ar WubiDKton... .80. nr 8 4Sa 810p AI' Cbloaco. JI. Big Four 710. Those subject to !lUre throat will fled THE FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTS

S''q '1M Baltimore. ,Po R. n. 1180& 1128p Li 01 opiaott1 I-&. 1.aLiD.p the following prrpsmtloo simple. chap d
i .AI' W. Ph'del'la I.. R. K. 1 Up 28bs 'r Chlearn. I . Pa Lln.. 710. and blgnly vfllractoas wbra UNd latbe OF 'PLORIDA.11L. .

)t;'w 'AI' New York I.. R. K. t lap a Boa 1.v. Claetaastt 0 .0. U. a 11. N ..6pt early stage: Pour a plot of boUUtgwalsr Table ,. .11''.., April t. DOtS.--
Ar hleaco. III ..Monon 7281pres. ( oa thirty leaves of tbs common
York aDd Florida Ex.
t No."34-uSew Room J.y Cincinnati O. .0. II. .\ [). e 46plllaping alga and let the Infusion stand for aa - -
Pullman Drawing
::1 .' Dall1 and Jaekeoo- Ar Tol4NSo. 0, .0. H. A D. b :JOa boor; ad4 vinegar ufflrtnt<< to nak It F
Canon Tampa No. .. tto G. -
Ar Detroit, bleb! - - P. J'. =! pU. ..anUy add and honey lo last. '
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; title to N.w York. Duly Ko. .. "0. I. No.1. 110. I &JUI1tjG'1
; ; No. ao-"Wublaaton aDd Florida J.y OlDC'Da.tti' f'a .lees i1i5p Tb mbla. should bo Md aa a gartwtc I Daily. Dally. WFATION Daily Dt.II,1. t
55 tJmlt.d." Daily Pullman Drawing Ar a. _"Pa LID" 555a P a day, 'J1More'" no danger "oada 1 a eta
>4' Boom Sleeping Car JubObyllle to LY<;ine coat O. i IIr r 0); it aotn of It la '''IUOW u
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York. Ar Clev.lsnd O. lilt Four e..o;. -
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I 4' Thresgk ..The laad.f the !oIkJ" ,.. 10 Ar Louisville. Kr ,Bo. H", fI lOp1Flt"'f. AUCHUA COONTY '7 45 2 1& .. . .._...1altSel4... ....... .......... 1 2U .10
Ar fo't. Lonl. )10 No Ky 1 82eLv ,, 7 M 236 .. ... ... .1.....Jryl._.N..... "_..,.. 1 Of 10)) L
f Jacksonville. Fla .80. HJ 1 Mp Ar Aonletou Ala i'io. '" toa .I. loll I 4S . .. .. .. .1.1.. ,.. .. Dan'arvaa ....... . ...... 10') 663II
Jk' ; L. yavannab (I.. So. U1 121Sa AI'' Rirmiaahsm. Ala ,So. Rye II 48s Alachua county 'U MJ0.400, a.r*. In 116 :I fA ...... .r...... ?iloath.W...... ... ....... .1:1 Ic610
!, ArColumbisS.C Solt y 8001I Arlempbi..Tenn ,. Prt.eo Imp area, has 248 miles railroad. (M) l1 10 I I (JJ . .. ...1-"...... Jll.ellm...._...... 1...... 12 bar/ It isA
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titt: If r Asheville. N. C 80. Its Ltp Ar Kansas Ctty,1lo .'rI. o 8..,. mile wagon rued. M poetum'.t.! 1& j 110 . . ._..\......... lAb elmoaton..... ....... 1,13, 4S at'') '
: ". .AI' clot SprlDp. S. 0 80. 2 B7p ) 1'.OD - --------gyp 123 rubl lM schools. 77 phosphate It JO 1 il: all t: .. . .1. .. ... )lleftftoPJ" ......... ....... 12 au IfIjM /) .
((m .Ar noullTun! So. Ky 8 Cl'Jp tmP41.. 7rMt plant*. 20 saw rrrfUs-', $?8/xl) court i late' . . ... . .. . ..TCO1O... ...._... a... 1220 520ly
''tb 5 i ...". Looln'II1. .Eros Ky tl50ei Hot t'+prins.! Ark houa, flee nt*'_span/ and pro* 4JJ 3 41 . . ,. 1.. ..... Klr.n'oo4......... .........12 Ja 413h
:, Ar It Louts So. R1 4 Mp No. Ili-"The Fioride Limped duets corn rcttoa ri ., sugar, all 3 M . . .. .. ... ... . 0171'1. ... ... ... ....... ;1210 110
'\ Ar Cincinnati (I. ct 0.. ij t&a U.tly. t toUd n.tlboh train. through oats rye potsto, plneappUs.. f UI 4 II .. ... .... ....Waesboota... .... . .., .. J2 00 401tlI6
.>. ,t day coaches aDd 1."lIma. 81..piag ..,...., pa/he*. p .,.. plums p.oe.a. 4 4IJ . . . .Rooky'Potnt'' ...... . . ... ,11 46 444 t
.fr So. a-Daily I'ollma" Drawing Can Jaek.onetlie to CIDclaD.&I. .. aDel all kinds of vsgttabUs.Gainssyille It 46 Atl 6 I.J . .. . i I .. !12 .110 10. E
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m and Bonet ale.ping' Car between o. I8-P llmaD IJIolrRoom , I100L.j' J6L' 4 6t) I '. :JOWIO/ r.oo11M t4

'7 5 ksoo vill.. and CiDCinnatl.. .. between 1 seksoovllIe. the Seat A 6 .0 lIat .. .......n.l1aDaJ''...,. ...., 1M 9 4o 1MIZ ,
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-- -- ---"r Birminghamu )temphi. and Kaasaa County AS 11..6 .._ 18O t PAIJJ
4 :.0. 00 I . __ rtl........... 140 :
: t .ltcelkd Uiel.tt l'ar tienlre.' City.ARRIVALS > 108 112 i!_"N.... .(.r ... . ... .11:1: 8n ll C:'
__ _ IIa fourteen ehur.h*., two' publ 1:41) 11&ArI12H .. .Glebmper City ..... :ao 810 lJO
,t JACKSONVILLE. schools,abe Ea,t Florida mloary: ... . .. t UJ 10 60 to )'ata,... 4/. 8. 4It I. 660 P 000 a....... ,
.*.*. AT ,rlvat. te.I'IGol., ,b,.. newspapers, . . r_... .. . . . . . . ,. I . .. .. .. ,1.1..e 1..
\'P WashiagtoB, etc.-No. 29, "WaehJ,,<<\oa and Pforfda Lias. Ualtoil Kaa,... laM otttct*.. bt . .. 8.... 145 .. .Lik. City, (J, 8. A ....1 'I 04 p T U 1...... ,
rt 'Irish Potatn'tilork water, flr. alarm sy.tem.Ieetri." ,i.. . .... . , J I' (>r .... 8. A. L..i 1.,1\ -. .....a .......
; .tft ,Best White" Bl Wuh DIWD.) *l .-No. S3, "Washington aDd Florida-. Kg. aodgaj llghu, two le. I.I. . .... II (!.fo..11 00 : _.Ta1J.tb.-'J: H. III ,...' 4 eo I' 5 20.S .... .. "
.., 'rTfatk54'5 alai f maeasla sbop, ,fa,.* lac&-o'I.1 i.-.. 160-a. 4 T1 pl .....Jdaeoa.O.K.A.JlI'J aJa.c.o; a.......
.. fctia... UlliTM. ,t.. 'abnU. ere.-No. 29, "Wasbiagloa sad Florida Clew ri*., cotton tin, two mows i..1 13763 p t .?..,.A&laD', C. et Os..._! T 10 '!II 00 ....... '
'1..aCad Corn tnr*. railroa4, Iwo .... )(1", ..Jet
t11t.. 't;).' Csat Pear CineiBBali. Atlanta *ie.-No. 14, "fla. Limited," 9 X a. m. \ dfar/arlag sjompaal. .. one Ilbtrmsnufattory I lLTAMiLYPJall.-
.\ oma--.. **. rectifying tar. ....,'
5 Cans .
\'i s t. -- --5P'nsb ---- -- *atla pl.an..o beaks, and well a Train* 3 and 4 do sat toss w..sj.. O.lo..m.. ao4 Falrfi l4 oar 8audl'. "
f ,.i TCam' 0a1913* acrkt Pa..esrer Ana" 1M W. Hay W., JatL..., ",, fla .p.a.o.ekedMH. etnbtseIag< .".". L. E. BAItKCB. U.a.ral 81J *rlatoedenl.t . I a

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K/ ? 1777, Con- I Cholera has appeared at Kharkofl |JlMum| nKV jg pMauBpr 4 .
and one death has ocurred from that
flag of the ,
Makes Y
cause. I Healthy Liver
011' be thirteen A
t According to a Rome newspaper a
cd- white that
it ; fourth child will be born to the king A Well Man I
( ",white, in a
. and queen of Italy.A I
; new constel
Many Ne .. of the stripe. I dispute over whether window
the admission should-be opened from the top or bottom i iI
.And ?E:E caused strike of over 300 girls h
: -. of the I a
dawned !I at the Cooper-Wells knltlng mill In St
'
'- BTVERAA . .. \ original) thir Joseph. Mo. t
\ fflTT. re- There Is marked activity In the TO!. '

t .Otlnesvitte.Majorjt. iCEs on April 4,, cano of Kllaueau. Hawaii. The flow cl:
lava Is Increasing and a rising In the I
"That trom
Street, :
I o/goo r-_. of July next crater gives Indicatons that there maybe i ..... ..weal
80*, an overflow. I
I'lli of /,. ,. : '* be thir- A PURELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND and the MOST PER
./1 Vy part alternate red The earth literally opened and swaJ.j FECT LIVER MEDICINE KNOWN. Do not fill your system a
:, ' Taltali; }gars| be twenty lowed the 8,000 mining plant of the,I wjth Calomel Arsenic or Quinine. .uERWN.IJSin guaranteed .
r, C Ird t- cent and that on Hoy Smoke, on the Ayur land southof I cure for all diseases produced by a LIVES,
; Follow State into the Cartersvllle, Mo., reducing that mill I and IMPURE BLOOD. It will cure MALARIA' without leaveing
;.11 I to kindling wood. any of the deadly effects of many drugs used for that .H
1 Jolicea In to the Union I purpose. One bottle purchased today may save you froma
B" nato tlou. ; addition take Word has reached Poplar Bluff, Mo., sick spell tomorrow. Quickly cures Biliousness Con "
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f e; of boll t of July next that three men have been killed In a I i stipation. Dyspepsia, Malaria' Chills and all Liver
; and 'prov| i.play ( ." Since pitched battle at Ten-Mile Creek, lo Complaints. Used and recommended by the medical profession a

y 'duet of.th n States miles west of there, resulting from a generally. I

(" amendmeilveoert. I ) making quarrel over a piece of land. A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'S '

.'. t Jxtr, I Charles Emerick, Jr., of Penn Sta ENDORSEMENT 1.

C? domain } lod observed tion, Pa., has{completed] a fast of 40 Dr. A. J. Hannah, a leading physician: of UmatMa,
-"r phsrmac [1, State motives that days begun to rid himself of an abscess Fla-. says: "I have been using Herbine m my practice -
Senat tgefree on the left cheek. The fast and am well pleased with the results. I always
attach during a po hand and think it a grand medicinefor
pension! keep some on
he had satisfactory results.
ago did says Biliousness and Liver Complaints." <
E< Dto ertUing real merits of The printers of St. Petersburg wbc: y

i ,won, ceof struck Sunday,. April 23, have won a Large Bottle 50c Avoid AU Substitutes .

7 sang! in all victory In their demahd for the observance
eqvlred to by nearly
Co.
Ballard Snow Liniment
:'AddreM. made a day of Sundays and holiday by
than patri abstention from work only the Nov 4! St. Louis. u. S. A.

;, and while Vremya publishing.

Q JYALTY see Old Glory The health department officers of f. .../a
I' from the New York are busy vaccinating '1,300

I W itleman Capitol, pupils of a public school in Brooklyn.One SOLD AND RECOMMENDED ,BY' y;

,Ily New. aroused ot the scholars fell 111 last Tuesday '
first
W. M. Gainesville Fla. J. C. BISHOP Fla.
JOHNSON ; Alachua
L of th.. aid a trust to and his
roD I.. { fund aU as a dangerous case of smallpox.: .

.a' there been looked Lady Curzon, wife of the Viceroy of. "''''''''''-'''''''''''''' *

a peopl. .& desperate India Intends to present a handsome t

ltnd) have ends fountain to the city of Calcutta aa a i *

_ .....J 'd.. mark of her gratitude for the notable
...bIt, state welcome accorded her on returning to If You Are Insured. f.In f.
.. ___ lie tl&we are India after her long illness In Eng ; .

I ln\tj of by the Leg- land. s
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..... asses \rlc** for the Secretary Hay has finished the first .. a Company that is Responsible, Have a Policy) Correctly .: ,.

.......... lolook a*. i7 ,. Augustine, portion of the cure at Bad Nauhelm, Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company ." ., ,,'
--.I (local bllJ. ed of and Is now taking the higher grade of __ Pays Losses Promptly "

f Jewell ..\* & baths Hi drives walks and goes; to! 4
the concerts on the Kur Terrace daily./
House You Are Assured
\ I message Professor\ Oroedel rays Mr. Hay's con \ ).
\ | lands and dition l I. au raC'tory. .
.
resolved bl .
,. pl exhaustive r -- -- ----- -- 0 That no serious lots can overcome you without you have some "

>;,'' a al.U represeo"" \' ( fully \ refuge. ,

# FJorlda, who 'Ch '", of the WORMS'' \


... Dboome.ovfui n a& mattr00 for .*"Ih"I( ; : improvement day. The ..f.... tor yarn emend. from whtn.4tel urea s Fire Life Accident and Health Insurance. C CXone 4''
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adoption of U*>p p l* and Uattrrh: "(the giomarh. In ,
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poriaooe and ''Dt "'.ee Ilpurebe..dnbn.uf Cn.ear.t.endwasen
and priifxl to end /be1 "bxl '.e"-re.-e /lflln(,
a
request our 8enal/f/ qalro>ltt( lf m*. Jnttff, one doctors anr- but Reliable Companies Represented. C
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of the prU .b. bin thlrir f" end In nolh t *
tlves In the Congi11 ", dysb.renn d.H eb.nt1b..am.Ien ),legpwore 5A.
that fca he.n .epplnt mjr lt.lltr for .
Butes to do all thejey r h.T..njoywl lb.btll of heels cc rr HnM. y.en' e I
I tat Mal l nthr. .ad.rrrt."
to
towards the .naotc'"C lb.Ibiacksiuck III* IMrlnlly: ri r.. f M.: : CXJSHMCAN "
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1,."t bill now before / ,:: bill will .e 1'blled.lpbie. Pa.Dolood ,
best For
V \ : Imllsr measure * among Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE FLORIDA C tt.
The Bowels
''l .t r atlooallo.a\Jr:*\ of the conn

and In behalf ,3 to day put up a " '''''''' '''''' ''

'' malottone'<.'what -
suspension r. there and eINOv CAmSaTIC
Ihe JJa/tralment has offer Et9T88LIf3HffiD:: iseo.

"' Bonitea.M*'. reliable : arrest and

V 'o dl&y'not( teen" loyal, Homer.that shot to P\....... P.I..III..P....... T.....01 H.F.DUTTON&CO.DEALERS
?..}. begin now. II.... aleb.e. w..e a.0.1..... I... tie tee.N.,,.f .
.old 1 la b.lb. Tb. ... .. . .
4 to. r er rose nua.f back.8trllo
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.. The Asahi. may R_ dy Co.,CUcr or N.Y. 394ASSUALSALE t
s.. # but TEH MILL!OH BOXES INOotton. '
+ keeping up the many Sea
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_ st wonderful { ace high; .. ... it
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do. to the ..
i t Mr. lender they I ---- FOLEY'SIIONEYANDTAR Sea Island:: Cotton Seed, Bagging and Twine. Walrus .

There Is no Cured Leather in Strips or Sides. "

game, and the they cannot
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each year lies In of the ear Manufacturers of the James
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h who are at Its r4"" deafness, Doig Improved English ,
; the cleanest of remedies. Sea Island Cotton Gin, and Supplies for Same.

all enjoy seeing inflamed con (HAIXESVILLE
414V FLORIDA USA
Yankee ) The original
e of lilting of the VVVVV.. -- -__ -- _._ ___ ..._ __ ____ __ _n .
- : this tube is
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mV LAXATIVE cough remedy.
Pome: bUn It sound or I
when it Is en
R the crowd" at I Is the result The genuine
a few days can b" rOLXirS: HONEY and TAR. ale FaySholesTypewriter M
I j' against striking r.*.tore" to h. I a Yellow package. Refuse sat.UtaU4bPrwpersxl
tibte ; wlljb' d.. :
tem|<
-i$ rs out of ltn only by ,
log bombs, ..
\ i I. nothing Feley A Cempeny, Onlo.
brought to Of f the
mu r.n' %Ate be' J. W. )1t".Itl'll: C ,a
should' be but a I
.' Dollars Up .
such
4; for ..... caused by MEN AND WOMEN.
,f.
with the { JtCKNOWLEm.EUTHE
''' by Hall's dl !' UK u f t t r Jr
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IIEST
.. tHtal/HN rgr.el1.N
Tolrtlo. 0). er. web.e....
Th. \ r..w. e.*
r..._.twee... hug..., .$J N/ triora *At'MINK O)\ TILE MAREET cHas
Detroit will StsusQltalMlfbS ..
at r..t.rft/
o
_/''s, abouts across _* for con.tl- a. tessns. a. w w b U NegC sp...wr.+..u.e. rr.V . Tabulator
York City ..|>* M. ftff.l-l. t.e UnIYrR5Al nnDOAnO I ONEvery
CI 1..r 1 ttUx Si ft.
Clark Sto".. tare.tar M.. M T., ..1. 1 Machine;

The start will b '.-J rar.
I May I K and the near here
I Lightest Shift Lightest" Running The "
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Portland for which! h< .2:
roads ",'. t t ) \ stumpi ThVIiAoeuA Champion Speed Writers of the World '
p
rlr' trip U \being( ", ( I to thaw I"-", : ts. the F.,. boJ.., More FsySholc louse I

l good roitds. went to town ar.oDc""of -== In Galn tt.Fle: than any other machine
; : ) i wrt-ck'. h.. Y'- ,wwrrrw ===- ....... __ "
_ .The .\ I txU wife and III ALL COVNTNICS. i .Y 1 1
'- i... t wisp. ..'.. ._ _h eiw. +
lion will mail ) oaf .I.,.,,.....,. For Sale bvAdvertise. . '
gam dab In .. pent. ...4. Mr iyeme.t t..utttt IIcfuh&,f.

who make. big ...w.. --r suer+.Mret. vswd ......pw.. e.- THE SUN Gamine
they don't FOR WPABMIM"' TOM.EASNOW. o. C. .
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itsyet' way the 1! \ $! FATS '' - - - -- -. .- --- -- --- -- -
the {innocent ) I I

:% at tea ,
in'ylf
this same I WEEK
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: male to the effect that "thisrp.ua.-
:-! NORTH GAINESVILLE
Lion be known end recognized< "tt North

Gainesville*" but that was the end
':( ELECTS OFFICERS of it. .

It!: The election showed the following: jI j Young Girls : s

For mayor, II. S. Graves ; for clerk,jj

J f. Rousing Meeting Held in. North O. B. Bailey : for treasurer, :M. Gal- I I

4 'Gainesville Tuesday Night. dings for marshal J. D. Dyke ; for j .

i; I aldermen J. Bailey .1. J. Frieze,

[:>;:*' Will? INCORPORATE OR BUST \V. S. Campbell, H. C. Ruth and Roswell r
I CMI. Schafer.A !
(I. a
great **"--t of North
.. There Are Determined Heads in Our many >ntJ. i
Gainesville are not in favor of this

Thriving Suburb / Willing to separate incorporation, as was shown

j .)! Fight to the End wh1're Met And by the fact that only seventeen were J\\NU( \ 0

}. Elected Their. Ti \ present and voted, and of this numberit

ux / can be shown that some of them are -__ _________ _
.There was some ing doing in North ; ____
not qualified. The more conservative :,
n a. .. Gainesville Tuesday night.A I j element of that suburb are of the I
A number of the people of that
W\\
{ opinion that it would be the better 1 \
thriving suburb did not appreciate theE
1
and wiser plan to join in with Gainesville ;
idea of being included in the Gaines
in the new venture and make thi I
villeproposed charter and resolved to
city a municipality that ,,11tIt'\ recognized -, I
J-l Many a girl who graduates
1. ,incorporate and make for themselves a i
and appreciated by the State' ,
.j: little.play house with their own of. ,I from high school or female ,
from one' end to the
I pr'. eerl. But this ,scheme which has .-- - --.-other.- ..- - I \ college with a brilliant record
; been in consideration for some time, I
1 and broken 1
: If the Baby is Cutting Teeth high standing Is
j
'i will fail to work since the charter has
,J. been enlarged taking in a great deal Be sure and use! that old and ,well Avoid The Dangers an \ down before she Is twenty.

"'. ,of North Gainesville and everything is tried remedy Mrs. Window's Sooth-1 Nowadays '

]..'... ,-easy.* from now on. tug Syrup for children teething. It Sufferings of Womanhood to the limit JtheIrendrance
I IaUaYI
soothe the child softens
t the gums
i It was'not the desire of the people
I both In school l and _
i.1 society.
4 all pain cures wind colic and
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of Gainesville to act selfish in this matter *
the besvstffmedy for diarrhoea. Twen I They must make a success
:r: Realizing that certain things were 1 _
ty-five cent a bottle even if they are forever
, :t' demanded for Gainesville and realizing :

also that it would be necessary to I unfitted for the larger schoolof

, .y .+ extend the limits in order to extend LoMt.r Mortalltr Utah.x life and debarred from
lobster lays thousand of ,
rr. the the people of Gainesville l egg
power moat of which batch, but few ever live wedded happiness and the

;. .et about to accomplish a method to grow up. Tbla Is not the fault of bliss of motherhood.At .
whereby these necessities would bet the mother for she carrie them about

p+ coma possible. They drafted t resolution with her for nearly a yar and. with this time of life, when Just entering upon womanhood nature maker

of an extension of charter takingin admirable Instinct: guards them a* abe heavy drains upon the vitality, especially at each monthly period
or extending: the corporate limits doe her own life. When the young .

j of the city a mile and a half from the are set free her duty U done, for they
" must then shift for themselves. Though
court house square. This propositionwa lJdiaE.Pinkhams WgetaMe Compound

perfectly satisfactory to the people l hardly larger than movqnltoee, being
about one-third of an Inch long the
of Sooth, yEast and West Gainesville,
but It did not seem to set well with little ontA leave their parent on the the most wonderful of all tonic restorative medicines for women will tide a
d toward the
bottom swim lIabttotbe
4 thorffe residing in North Gaineiville r surface where from one to two young girl over this trying time and bring her safely Into strong noble,

:' at least a portion of them. The months, if fortune favor them they beautiful womanhood.
r
fi result was that, the citizens claiming lead a free roving life. The open aea

: ./: V'tbat Gainesville had not treated them I Is. poor nnrery for such weakling, Experience of a Beautiful High School Girl

S rightly in the matter held a meeting, Which become the port of every storm I Her First Letter

w I> at which not only the citizens of North I and the'prey of numberle hungry My DfAH. MRS. P""tHAW1 I writs to see If you can suggest some mean to cure me A
but mouths. Out of m brood of 10,000 It little more than a year ago I was sick with menstruation for the first time, and sines then I have
Gainesville were present, representative
would be a rare chance for more than been sick all the time In some way or other and suffered with painful and Irrerular msnstnis-
I' citizens of Gainesville also one or two lobsters to reach maturity tlon. I went to a summer resort for my health and was doctored all summer but to no effect.
The matter was discussed for all i it, or finally to end their career In the I have rot menstruated for two mentha and thought I would lee If you could do me any food.I .
was worth and two-thirds of the citi- kitchen or the chafing dUh.-St. Nich attend High School and would not like ip mIll any Urn. If It I. possible. MAKION (M......
North Man.Miss .
Adams
tens of North Gainesville\ were satisfied olas.

but others insisted they were be V Barber writes again after two years

fug treated unfairly. They sent Imprisoned In the Wind.Ittittrrflle .
'" ; representative My Du" M..3. PlNKHAM
to Tallahassee tq"confer may be linprUotu-d and SomMime ago I wrote to you for advice being troubled with Irregular and paInful menstrua-
with the Legislature, but it seems that Injured In the midst of a whirlwind. tlon and womb disease. I began taking: Lydia E. i'tnkham' Vegetable Compound and Liver
t Galen lu-a genuine typhoon are HO terrible Pill and using the Sanative Wa.h. and I am clad to say I am completely. cured and have not
the unavailable, since
argument was that the stoutest nbipH ran ncaroc- had any sickness since. I wIsh to thank you for your bind advice and shall recommend your
the charter bill was pssted by both l IJIo hoi* to weather them but there I.a is medicine to my girl friends. MARION! BAMSIM 101 Bracewell Avs.. North Adorns, Ma... "

fisriate and House. spot at the very water of the storm
/ A few of the people of North Oainesville where something like a dead calm prevail Free Advice for Young Girls

however, were not satisBed. and *. From the outer edge of the disturbance An young girls are earnestly urged to write) to Mrs. ptnkham, at Lynn. Mass, for advice.

decided to incorporate and fight the which may IH 3OO milesaccuse Thousands of women are well, strong and beautiful to-day because they made a confidant of

issue to the end. The result was that the wind velocity Increase toward Mrs. PiaXham Md followed her Instructions at this critical time of their lives.
the center until within a few
a called meeting was held Monday
mile of that point there come a *ud.
night and officers were nominated,
," den lull. There the rain cease and
s ,'y-nbjejt to election by convention the sky often clear In' this little

Tuesday night. calm area which sailors call the eye -- .. - ,
The meeting was held Tuesday nightin of the storm," a of butterflies
group Kill Wife; Attempt Suicide. A Uknatlr r.e..s.Iwandu TIM* n.A .......
:North Gainesville hall The meetIng ban frequently lfii Imprisoned, andtheir Augusta. Ja., May !'.-A special In ( it iittthv lawn In Afrlru.cotilHlnx lliv economy of "HMtliitc, lime U wi.". "

a was called to order by Attorney dainty, delicate form are a* sale the herald from Covlufttnn that Iw| -|"',-,>I, I W. H. Palmer chairman and H. 8. In this aerial cage a* It hovering In IxmiutValk says mi'l U niirnxiiMltiil by a path time, lit rr ml I n*. miwlMlly. hurry Unio

Graves was elected secretary. Shortly I sunny meadow, but a* helples a* la T, fJffanllnfcJ.: Ihl.1bll I |laude of |MU>". the top i Itt every |*>l* .t wnatfful. trading U the uiaklntfut
wife (a death with 14 shotgun party
after the meeting began Attorney a collector's bottle. was Iw l 'lnir .row..1. l with n unman skull thought" of MfUM, of picture In thlimlii. "
t'xlajr while she .l
Its
Palmer excused: himself, stating that H-p. There art six. itnti, it nil the 0ii>r he had important business which mast Cleared for Action. then made an ubllu''II.rul attempt to rich gate< U l h't'i with a t'.v..rii,nt bow llttl I I. lit tie made out of au "au.d.e1Iec..1 -

be attended to. when the meeting was When the body Is cleared for action, commit suicide with the rem.IntnR! of huiumi skulla, lltV IUI' being list plats." but do th-y uiul..r.
v load In the gun and in a further i>. utily 'nrt.. that show stove Krou'I.I. llwi that then mayx* .uela a thing
Dr. King's New Life Pills |
left in the hands of other parties by you can .
deavor to sad hi. 1lf sought .to hang lure than ::.'11I> ukulln are "..*| In tbtr an an uniicrvstMMM brain It takt
McMillan: and toll it by the bloom of health the
Walter on
,, C. D. Schafer himself In the barn with! a plow line l>. .I1""t l Millnic up to 4:8dl Kett'. tune to quake (lni|>rt>n.loitM on tile ml ml.
** L. Long were selected at election inpectors cheeks ; the brightness of the eyes ; the! lie was ovriKjPT J Vy a .tJ n. IK. '1b" |>HIU 'llt I. Of snowy Mhltrncee.iNIi.h.rl If you read too fast either aloud or isyourself

? when the ticket was Announced firmness of the flesh and mu.cl"e. the mystic troutltar<> a''!{**
and the voters present, seventeen buoyancy of the mind. Try them. At of the ""'*1f.I'I and attu i>tf..1 HIM daily i>n..an of hurulrt wfnakol Sued rmvlv' ) peer l lnn>r*.slou* or

out of seventy.three, began all drug stores. 3V. J suicide.Turpentine feet, I none m all. .Ht. NU-boUn.

.balloting. .. .. ... . . ._. - -..- -
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,, I There wa never a question or motion PARTIAL I'RICU LIST OF

.'r;, pot to the effect! that an incorporation ,


-- be made- . A -.motion.- - was._-. Operators, Attention I! ,, Whiskies, Wines, Beer and Malt.


The CashGrocery .. . - .. ...--... -.

ti.. I txritn: : !' PJIKIMIU.: 11..111I ,;.....-....,. Yren-y..t I'rrpald.Ml .

.: q. W._'.. I<.1'.. 6 Qta. II Qt., ...w r.,(lalau.f.attst .:
/ Cnsi. ",. . tl M (I ut I 1.rt gees s. t:_.. l
Co. The Standard Naval Stores Company of "' ......,,l'o.etl Hr. r .. tb 'III' lire, Ula,sa.a Cora, P.r/l.na.r M,.,.. rlA.uaulr.,
M".oH.m ft,. J tt / M 1 on "JIII"r I l Sikes'
I.sn.1lit./ 1 r* IIAI 1 s u H7., tltt. Corn Mum !Ie., f." lb.- 8IU".rMM
Jacksonville Florida, are now prepui'-d: to . >V*f UaUu:
hne/.1 t* ., *r lIe, !'..**....! April. Ir.n4v. at.iAw.
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Nut n.t.a.r 7 l u. S M .
4. contract with indeinmdent pro J. R. EMERSON & CO. .a 1010" $r.M1 .... t 1. I ., / VI.Ial4, gee, Moaisl terra, llr.' W"U'I"
t; """'/ ...UJ.. ... . . r ..1 noM AMM M..Il1r.
I, :; will Hat Savannah prices for Rosin and
pay .....,. ,
'-I, fi. U'J' 7* toen t I.JAC" at. rnUltt 1iEItH.: 1'el A,4.tors
'.11" '.< 1 ",fute. ..,.. 1 to . f ot tNruA. ....", it MI
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:: [fie J<\' 1 I nv.> .'II'* .rat'!,.....rw"'. . I art UII
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Cutwreer ImyovIsd t "'
:: ': BalUnT! I/brllak PUnr.t or Fernandina. Free of Ktorago, "J84 at Hf t > 11uv'4ua 116: e M> .*- Ale....'. 1 t>>
: A..rtta.R1 A,'...... Oil A I 'lomU of Yaws I U........ N1or1Pile. &4""., ... . 1 JI'i
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insurancH or comrniKsion char;;e i. \\Inro; .--. -.
"I the Choicest Goods
| We have J.'I' ,

*,'"- on our daily alA(, prepared to make J liberal advanIn ,r.liui I2'i;, r. HANNE BROS. YilLt.r.

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p ..... M K X.t- ..... vestigate our methods of shipping in I tank


"}"< '*.V *U POact'r peck poood ate Wey; cars;-it will save you lots of money.. For TIRE LIrE AND B. F. J 0 R DAN ,
; 'Ba1 Whit .ctm. per >
t' "* ,Ihirk..'sfrVfi Dressing further information apply to ACCIDENt IN

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5fl 1: Pea. '
AND BESt COM
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;.L > '. "9 Cau Boat lief NAVAL CO. Ii'
STANDARD STORES&
: Fresh Ootoe and Tonip.t.iif. I


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It 6 THE DAILT SUN: GAINKatOLK, FLOKIBA I MAY )0, .1905

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his thrilling narrative<< mad Paul's .
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f'V NEWS FROM ALL -- :; '
d etc rip*Ion of the shipwreck sink into D.VERE B. MORRIS .:; :)
DR.
lostjrffi(franco.Elaborate .

PARTS OF FLORIDA preparation's] } are ti.>lng . DENTIST . ;> f .},.

pRf made for the joint meeting of th- Flor ..e.
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ida State:: Board of Pharmacy and the t \
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w Brief Happenings From Various Florida State Pharmaceutical! Amoeia- The Land ofUneeda Office over Marcus Enders All work guar shy . ..l'i

Sections of State. lion, to be held In Tampa, June 15th. .Deed. "" "
16th and 17th, 1903. lw'

a ;x THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS, Two negroes named Alex I'erktrs' I! Biscuit ) J. A. CARLISLE, : ; ?.F ;r.

pd and Jim Matthew, of Hastings, were, ATTORNEY AT LAW ,; .1.

Transpiring in "The Land of Flowers." such poor marksmen that they will And Solicitor in EquityReal J
have to settle their dlfltoultUs, In J
Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the court .',.-,, ; ,
at Bt. Auguiilne. I' rkln. has bulletIn c .t'
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The Modern and Geaeral ,
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Busy Reader- ltems of Interest to one of hit )legs. Estate, Conveyancing ,.' ,i
Practice. All business promptlyattended <; :
All Classes. If there isn't something to atop it, Soda Cracker- to. Office next door to Ban,.'.. ,:r 4\1,
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Quincy firemen will hold a carnival Tampa's population will be way be. I 11 office. GAISKSYILI, FLOJU,,,, 'I I ; ,:..: :tit.,.
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May 15th to 19th. hind when the census enumerationcornea "" "' "
Cypress logs sold at Apalachicola around. The Ont week Geo. P PERDINAND BAYER, :,. ,,!:
last week at from $8 to $10. Raney acted as county" solicitor ten ill Bounded on the ATTORNEY AT LAW ....:,' :' :'. ,
were convicted of serious crimes and FLORIDAv": ,: '
Juvenile thieves are whipped by the OAiNKSTitLE, .
Judge Gordon gave each flveytars.Herbine r. .I" '
North the Purity '
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Orlando oflloen for minor offenses. .;.' .. \. .i t..
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A new steel bridge will soon be built Can sell your city property, (improved . !.' l
Y111{ of the. Snows on and unimproved), phosphate, iJI\: \ t', ,
Stuart.
the St. Locle river at
across ,
Will overcome indigestion and dyspepiia ; trucking and farming lands. Bend him v va :t;
The Methodist church at Ocala will ; regulate the bowels and cure list of what you offer for sale. 2U2n .t.t. .;f
w have 11,000 In Improvements put uponit. liver and kidney complaints. ,It Is the ))7 A the South by the l f;.

best blood enricher and invigorator in W E. BAKER, ,

Men of capital are Invlttd! to abide the world. It is purely vegetable.-: perfectly Nutritious Wealth 1 1II
at Apalachicola. Guess they are made ) harmless, and should you be a III ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, J" ,

welcome In moil any old place. sufferer from disease, you will use hit . SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY.. . I. ;; : tJi:
of the Tropics on :
K now transpires that Detective Ahn you are wiie. R. N. Andrews editor Ill ; ,;, ,

of Tampa has four wives. When the and manager Cocoa and Rockledge GAINESVILLE. Alachna Co., FL .
Sews Cocoa Fla., write: "I have the East the .! t' 'Lt,
by
rewari gets large enough he may run used your lIerbine In my family, .and III Office in Endel Block. : t8 t.'
himself In.Daring find it most excellent medicine. Its
a !
the seventh month of the effects upon myself have b.en a mark. YAL( Healthfulness of J. H. ALDERMAN,
school there 104 pupils of ed benefit.! Sold bV.. M. Johnson, .J'DR.
were
year GaineivilK Fla., and J. C. Bishop, DEN TIS'J.' '
the St. Augustine schools neither absent Alachua, Fla. yec Scientific Baking1III

or tardy. .. -.-.----- (Successor toSeigler Alderman .,I"t\jl;.

; There Is merry war going on over Street Duel Results' Fatally. the erDu'\OI1A Co' Bank. Osutetrrtt' }'" i "(
West
w the division of Bradford county. It Is Terrell In "h hardly necsesary at the present time duel here, between Joe Matthews, a Phone TO*. i: I' .
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to make I'. and have another set of a farmer and Bruce Roberts Mat LII Energizing Power .J..
county officials to maintain thaws was Instantly killed. Matthews QHL. GORDON a TISON ;
e hail objected to the attention of Rob DENTIST. ;j iJ
'ft
;i T. E. Fitzgerald, formerly editor of III of the Mountains. J
erts to his daughter. Last nljfht he . A
The Daytona Gazette-News, has enter. ; .
learned they were married and meetIng Graduate Baltimore College Dental Surgery, V' ..
_ t ed Into partnership with Bert Fish of them on the public road fired atn.obt"rts. Fire years'experience In New York City I 3 o'E' d
DeLand in the practice of law. They frightening the.latter's team Crown.Bridee work and)'FUllo. SpecftUtiesL. ,'". 1-. ;' ,i?
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will open a branch office at Daytona. ALt.WoaaOusaavaantomce ( ;
the bride being Injured by the run. 5t '
In Miller Law Excbao*e.OAIMTII.LB. . .
Dr. Cartwrlght, an evangelist at- St. away. The father took the daughterto e'La. ,. .' ."..f".
Petersburg, went out with a sailing his borne. The father and his Kon ;;
party when a squall struck the craft fn-law met at the livery stable. Matthews TIRE:

; tore away the mast and beached the fired at once and Roberts returned NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY !. Ph
I II FINE WINES. LIQUORS A OIGARS'I :
t' whole outfit. At the next meeting the flre killing Matthews.

held by the evangelist.-: It la stated that -'" ---. --_..--- JOHN MENZIES.Proprietor. ,'

_._._-- Saved by Dynamite... SI 42J W. Bay*t... .Fla.Fau.ttwerbottleanddraught.Don'ft'. J t

: tFYou Sometime a flaming city It saved by .1
ii LOVE YOUR *
dynamiting a space that the fire can'ttruss. fail to call on me when.in Jacksonville,
WIFE DON'T' t Sometimes a cough hangs( on at D't ftrgttGraluua j
ti r long, you f."l.1. if nothing but dynamite --- -

ROAST HER would cure It. Z. 1' Oray of Cal. Crackers 4.

faun ns., writes: "My wife had a very Batter Thin Biscuit klathusheklobos '
'' Ity eompelllnfMier to bake the family aggravated cough, which kept her ''r'

? bread during the hot summer mouths. awake night Two physician could Sodal Tea Biscuit ; .,

flay your llread from not help her she took Ur King'i.
*o
; Lesion Soaps NOTED FOR SWEETNESS 4
AAD PURITY ,

:, ...Keystone Bakery... Mew Discovery for ested consumptioneought. OF TONE, POWER A5D _1
and cold., which her cough.-: gav
11', a tavlna of time, work and money. her sleep, and finally cured her." "1
Strictly ceniific( cur for bronehUl DURABILITY.
fresh llread Deliver Dally
th and Isgrlppe. At drug stores, price boa /
j To all parts of the city. Also Cakes, and $i.a) guaranteed Trial bottle
{ ; Ben piano for this' trvtat climate n&D4l"
Pies and every other production of free. ._ . ._ "fI-l.
p the modern up-&u-date on. -- -- tune longer than other oona'neW14 .t..
u; bake shop.It. Falling Wall Kills Mn.Shrt'Yl.'lrt. bees material, and moat artisUe

T. Nl'lllt'KK: Proprietor. 1"1It.lI4IUakf'l'J. La.. May U.-While passIng workmanship to date obtainable.UP n every ..t s.
'; I'heae 10:3.E Sprague street cemetery duringa detail and Ua- [

---' ..- -...-. -- -. -. heavy, rain, Tom Smith, white, who .. -. ...- - - equaled.Sold !3

i H. WATERS, was was crushed employed to at death a local by the restaurant collapseof THE EVERETT HOTEL by us continuously fat ..JJ.J'fP, y

the concrete retaining wall holdingthe OVER TIIRTY TWI YEAIS !l' 's

RftOTIOIL cemetery embankment. The man 235 "W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE FLOICIDA. fox -"j) .,
without a single failure. If ;
had lust crossed the street tand stepped , want a piano for a liftlm.*B
PAPER HANGER upon the sidewalk when the Mass service bay 'h.1V.athu.h..
of concrete and earth fell upon him. Centrally lecatM: taerevgkly repaired aid ....vaW. Newly formlnked.Enrepeaa .

I House Death was Instantaneous. The trage Pin.E .. lac. IPI1e.
Painting ;
c ,.' and dy was wltnessr'dby several person :. ivr A SOJST jet: or .. a* low' M to eoBdsteet wide .ma. .
1 Decorating. residing In the vicinity OMhoroeeav ..... Beet OIl 1a Aaye*. i ( .
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lirewn HS M' Center Ualaesvllle Fla. --- trUL We par tr...-.. Write .""r
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+ Full line of .Paints-and Wall Paper cannot Warning.You have Rood. health unless SE..A.S: 0 .A.. D toe prices TODAY. \: '

_ in stock at lowest prices to the trade. your kidneys are sound,for the kidneys ludden & !

,. .. .. .-- ---- .. filter the blood of impurities which Air Line Railway Bates$
: otherwise act as Irritating poisons and
MAX KRAUSS, break down the delicate organs of the . . FO H.. . i ,
Southern Music House
Representing body and cause serious trouble. If you : :

1f have kidney or bladder trouble and do Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern SAVANNAH, QA.::;'1.
E. A. WElL & CO. := a not use .'01.,'. Kidney Cure you will \",
:: hate only yourself to blame for .... Pines Raleigh Richmond Wash: JOHN D. MURPHY, Mfr. ;
_ ulu, a* It positively cures all forms of ESTABLISHED t
WHOLESALE SHOES lit :
kidney sad bladder diseases. Sold by ..
u Or All Uvwrrlptleas.. J, \\. teCollulU.Co.. ington, Baltimore, Phila- GAITHER & BRYAN, State Aget*,! x xl

TAMPA FLOBUfa.GAINESVILLE'S '
New York.
.. _. ...- Insane Man Found Dying.' delphia. ...
New York May '.-In a swamp ;
near Mount Holly N. J.. two dead FAVORITERESORT.
Bole Agents forMOXAUtll aDd KOTEU.IElm Three Elegant Trains Dail)'.
does have been found where they per-
<< QUALITY Bh,",. Every liked from ..la.aUoftwbU.. keeping s ""
Florida Limited.
Seaboard
ay pair warranted. vigil over their master who suddenly e'
loot his mind and, "wandered from
J. Manasse Agent home. The man. Amos \VIHetts, "wa Seaboard Alachua Pool Parlorsj

G --. ..--....-.. - .. --- ._ --.._-_. still alive but In the last stages of Express. p
4 exhaustion from hunger sad thirst. Illscondition t
C. Bares, '
I"hprt"r.
was such that hi. captors Seaboard Mail.
marveled that he should hve ouUt..shi. )

( MISS n. NORTON devoted' .animal.-.-- -- ",

A Positive Necessity MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT Located IB the Porter Block ..{;.', '
The SKAUOARD FLORIDA LIMITED I. a solid vesjibaled train, eon side Soot; y j. ;
bU for square I"hl't' >ftn&-clau
to It
Having lay x
upon my
tables. Eli
posed exclusively, of new Pullman t'qtllpm.DI-iaID. Oar. Doable Drawing' and
NOTIONS days from a severely bruised leg.. I Room Sleepers. Stateroom sod Observation. Car*--operating between S,. Au. sse leeghTI pubue prom il cordiallyI! :.'. ;gi ,
only found relief when I used a bottle Kustine and Jacksonville to New York, via' Wa.hlaaaoa.I..lnc AugutUne aDd always welcome. it od ,
'! AND : of ltaUa"" '. Snow Liniment leaD 13: :10 p. tn and Jacksonville It'JO: daily eieept Qnd.,.. i:
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cheerfully' recommend It a* the bee Line f
; NOVELTIES.MRS. medicine' for braises ever' sent to the Only OperatingDaily FIVE MILLION

.. attielcd. It has BOW become a positive Through Pullman Sleepers from Jackscnyillo to New Orleaoj BRIGKj
:F $sceeaa.r t. necessity upon myself.-D. R. 1
U'r.... merchant, Dovrvll! Tex For full Information and sleeper reeerratUwa tall \ say agent Sesboarj Lag new briek bu. the na.., tad bee buUd. ",
AMMONS a. She bike and 11. Sold by ,:\)1. write A. O. )hd)()(ELL. 8. O BOYLfJTON JL. made iA Gtoorcia "I "
J. A. Johnson Gainesville F}.... awl J. C AMU General Psaeeager Agent, Passenger Alms. loci ezpense for lowest cash prim dt.DJ.,'.
I Bishop Alaehua Fla. JACK9O5VULL. FLOKIDJU JELK auJ point la FI oril1 z&.:.
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\) THE DAILY SITS: (GALVESVTLLK.[ : FLORIDA.' MAY10( 1W5! ;

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ilt l CHURCH>> INTERESTED IN LABOR. Begin Taking Ozomnlsion Today I \% IM n"wer. .f Ala.ka. .-.'. 1L
t"rrJ I and Your Cure Begins I Cot In "1:Tt't'llllIsk"." fill John UurrvH'ir'i ,::/'f
Today ',
: "
,i.i. i Third Annual. Convention of Religious ,, w rwtx tunnel It. the p>reil r"' .\ ?;' Body In Session. or of he wlKl) flowerMti! :.. HitI I 1,1 1 "' ':..I't",w ,.'.

o Boston. May 9.-The third annual I geranium Is blue niul tln/t./ ll><> --loi'" : ",1. .,,

d convention, of the Church Association i as duiaics nail buttercup .I.t vith usHe .
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:tor Advancements of the Interests s-i'vaks; of "patches or :i ulna oxqulsiti
forgetmenot of '. l,'lictitoblno
pur <
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of: Labor an organization allied with
r_.CM Llrr VW mltt-m, ter.e z.M/.. .." with jellaw center tll.,t ,grew tti
', the Episcopal church
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was formally ,
Its"ltall.1 Medlcln.nl Food Properties 111' lioljrlit of tilMnit n foot. V handful
1 opened at the Parish house of St. are Very Quickly K"all ,Hl. i of It K),>k il like Koinetl-.lnjr i 1".1 "IItI'ht

fPaul's church here today. Cheek In Bringing of the Pale Healthy and Sallow.Color to the., out of the ..k! >' ntiove." III .mother" paragraph

t Delegates were present from van.ous In Producing: Strength to the Weak to I be *|H'nk* of the rH""tI1WII.'t+" Yt
.. the Feeble and the Invalid.
part fiof the country. Since the In Toning III' he System of Convalescents + growing roinul nn INklino snit'.unptm'ut / \
' last convention the national president ,!! from KxhntiiitlnK' DI.nJlf'It, at Plover bay within sight'f i the SUiu - .- tfdi
In Clean'Intr
the Entire s\ "I"m.
'' + Bt. Rev Frederick Dan Huntington, In Nourishing- the \\urriut I rhln eoaiM. tintn ""n.I i\ ,an itch

bishop of Central :New York has died, Fares In Kaumllne of ChiUlren.Out tht Thin Peaked I high tlr ,l...%p iiltrnimirlrn' MIUthe o,. $2 25 EXPRESS
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! .,. and the delegates were called to orderby i In IInlI the DrFlrable Pink and \Vhlt Fle"h. and In u wlUl !rtt." PRE.PAIDIOUR !
Rev. Thomas H. Sill, of New York In J). ttlnR their cheeks *Hh the Pretty
'8 national vice president. Color and Pimples that make Mothers CELEBRATED COBB COUNTY CORNIS
Heart Glad. .'1." Oral of Wilier.Mnny .

\ Reports by Secretary and Organizer Is aa Antidote OZOkfULSIOH for all JDiaeanee Caused I I people think Unit tkti i when GUARANTEED 3 YEARS OLD.

t ,Harriette A. Keyser of New York and Jtxpoaure to Cold and Wet. by takt'U out of water die 11t"1'I\'I..t'! uir tins Copper di.tlll In th* Rood< old fashioned .tyUOT

treasurer H. B. Livingston stated that To prove Its Medicinal Food Merits a n fatnl effect on them. Tli.' i,-it rva- .r .n open fnrujto, which Klye. a delicacy .f
the organization gradually extending I Trial Bottlo Freo by Mail I' son. lion. ',>\or. is that: their ala! .i n. me gill) flavor not to 1* had In other brand.

; its work to dlfftrent parts of the I Will bo sent on request. Writ by letter : filaments or inriiibrnnert Iaa'i <>ui<> drun \ Order today and wo will .hlp In plain ease on*
or postal card to gallon of this .llnt \Vhl. ....
a country. .. I j
Ozomulsion Pine for '2. a.
Co.98 St., New York.
(' I tact them Tins
I 1\1111110111 aw'n' :) they los'
All Dru&sIIlU-Two slsea-SOc. and 1100,
S f: Aged Slave Suicide. I the power to lmt>i''>e iiocvw-: 'v oxvjf Harris Favorite i Rye"
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Battle Creek, Mich., May 9.-Perry
Fatal Street Car Wreck. lh<> paluftil: ) KnipliiK. of 1I!..ii ..nt of wa II Years Old

'this pandford, the oldest negro citizen of. Chicago, May 9.-lu an accident on I ter I N nut tur >'<4 effort to f.- the 1111'4t 4 Full Quarts. Expr.aa Prepaid. $3.00 t

I city an old Kentucky slave! attempted the Elgin and Chicago Tlhrd Kail elec-1 i <11t'! through! tbo lU.iment' This a.. old Ry. Whiskey he. no oqaal no ..U...
to commit suicide last nightat trie line _. what yea pay. It i. tho triad of mallow taste,
near Wayne, one man was fa j
Nichols hospital by cutting his Ooft."I good too, for uadiolaalV. will also ship I
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throat with a Jackknife. Five months tally Injured two were seriously hurt >
'i' ago Sandford became paralyzed on his and a score of passengers badly I throw I tut; rl't> tit n uev u mnrrU Ry together for $3.00, ojcproM p..palel. S.ad mmyomr ;
bruised. William one-ttimi trial order to-day.
:right! side and was taken to the hos Murphy, a eoupU is Idioticr* nxkcsl OUR OUARANTCEi .
pitcher In a professional baseball i 11.11.. not uttr.lypleased
pitaJ. It took him over an hour to .' inulil."Suiv. and onr eood are not a* ropraoaatad, war
open his knife with his left hand and league, is the most seriously injured. :: ." nnHwornl the savage" old linoh- .fnnd year .aon.y by aa>.t0.. W. _aka MO

:ill teeth. He cut a gash four Inches The motorman received serious injuries elor. "Muli I would l>. n .great deal C. O. D. hipMkoats. Oar...,......... Third National i iE.tab.i.aa.CL

:Ft :fling& on the left side of his throat but in jumping. The two coaches on more ui'proprinte-Chicago( Bank..or Eap..... Oflloa. Bond Ea...... .>t P.......
the third rail line were speeding along Moaa
tt 'Y was discovered! In the Ordor.A.
act by a nursed
towards Chicago at the rate of 40 G.I..,. H. H RRIS.I .

A ,,jd1e.a a d. was disarmed. He will probably miles an hour. Near Wayne, the cars Small Hoy (j1l"J.bom frum .<.-boo4Mnnuna >-- Walton Strict. A7L.11N'T.II. GA.

loan Hlropnon rays I'm d..
., ... striking a switch on to the Illinois Central -
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: tracks c ended from a monkey III. :Mother
n d and struck a freight car.
+ The Richest Man in the World. (glancing< severely at her bu.ba..d-
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1 IA! ThV richest man l in the world cannot Fever the Canal. Not Weekly.Ab on. my side, darling- narper'

:, have his kidneys replaced nor live with. Washington May 9.-Word had been
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,QI out them so it important' not to neglect received of the death yesterday at 107IBI.

r these organs. If Foley's Kidney ; Panama of Robert R. West, of this

'.*Cnre is taken at the first sign of dan- city, who was sent to the canal zone<
...Jfe.r. the symptoms will disappear and as a deputy auditor for the Iihthmlan :
: : 3DTJTTO3ST&
TJOBT" health will be restored, as it canal zone In February of this y'eer. I ; CO.

Ii. eCrengtbens and-bailds up these organs Death resulted from an attack of yellow

...1 as nothing else will. Oscar Bowman, fever. Prior to his departure for

.Lebannon..Ky., writes : "I have used the Isthmus )Ir. West bad held an 1m

,Foley's Kidney Cure and take great portant position In the treasury de B A l"rJ EES

,plea*u re in stating it cured me perms* partment. He was 46 years of age! .
L\ of kidney disease which
neatly certainly and
a native of Lancaster
Ky.
t. I would have cost me my life
'fi' "'BUi\1 b,. J. W. McCollum A Co.
"' Arrive rio a ..o.al b.t kIt. bu.In.buf alld .U rov.irs a" Do..itii K..a.e
at Tangier. '1..e aeoooeu ul baene. b.bI.r..OrperaUeba.fsraer. ...r.lllaIlM..4 otMrs
Forest Fire. In Bay State Tangier Morocco May 9.-The ()err r.eei.ed 00 tator.bie .rm., ...,..el.1 i.eatt.sfo; et.!.1.. .011...._ ue' 41
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ace.wble: loOIU.ID* VD".d ti.
I tlymouthfaasr. May 9.-A forest man mission headed by Count Von

lit t flr baa been bornlne 1n the countle Tattenbaeb-Aahold. baa arrived at Al-

and towns of Plymouth, Kingston and acznr-Kebeer. 80 miles northwest ofJi't'Z. ass
Plympton since last Saturday and has where It was met by an Imposing GA..IN"'ESV'-rT..LE.. 'FLOF.TT') A

caused the loss of many thousands o( detachment: of cavalry which will e'.- t lrp __ __.____.4
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I, cort the ml Hlon to Fez. A numberof w
dollars by the destruction of valuable k
standing timber. The flames this troops have arrived here to escort

forenoon were being carried in he direction tbe HrltUh Mlnlter Gerard A. Iuw ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY

"'\' of this place. Hundreds ot ther to I"ez.ThirtyFour.

men were engaged In fighting the fire. i
tlzzooz oreet.dI
Men Fell 1,400 Feet.

I -CLEANLY WOMAN.- Calumet. Mich.. May 9.-Thlrtyfouimen kerosene JtlJrlnp.: E. E. VOYLE. MGR.

narrowly escaped death In the Abstract of Title and full Information furnished lands .U this
j ,'"r Red Jacket shaft of the Calumet A ,ohitl7 the .f..t apd mart ceo snooty, Our manager has lived In this tiny yean and
. comicalwrr pow "'n it ,,,...., All with land titles.
rhrrre.eeeuly: Tfclmkji by S IIn Heels mine. The cable attached tn Is thoroughly conversant
sieet 1'a to W' hor >. -r. Write for
t 'r pr
leaf Tkal Sk. C.r.. n..._.. the cage broke and the men dropped prices,

Cleanly: woman has an *rron*.u idea 1,400 feet before the safety clutches
that by scouring the scalp which rf9- morked. Several men sustained minor GEO. W. MOYERS, E. EVO Y 'ZIE,
moves the dandruff ales*. she U curtate .la.I"t'. FUrlda
injuries but were
I ..!.the' dandruff She mar wash. tier scalp none seriouslyhurt. . ruu:, ACCIDENT. BDKOLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE. Jlspresentlng .
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_: i day. and yet have dandruff her a number of prominent American and English( companies.UKAL .
y re long accompanied by fntllnc hair. W. I'A'ITON, KBTATK AND CITY LOANB.
The only way In the world to caN'ruff A World Wide Reputation tl. ,
v' G-t31n ofIJ-v-:1.J.Le r t .EnoarAdLni:: :
Is to kill the dandruff .erm.
White Cream Vermifuge has aehev(
there In nn hair preparation that will I CIVIL EXCIREER AND SURVEYOR, . -- - - ... -_ . .. -. -. . -.-.---- -.- -,._- -.
that but Newbro's HerplfMe. llerpt- ed a world wide reputation a* being\
Dealer to Real Estate.
by: llllnsT the dandruff ...tm.YetI the; best of all worm drstroyer, and Take The Atlantic Coast Line
tbe hilt free to grow aa healthy for' its tonic Influence on weak and unthrifty _
.lire Intended. Destroy the eau. P. O. Box 193. Ci i ia iTitt., o'u.
t. smov* tho effect. Kilt the dan- children a. It neutralizes the FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
Ji, ..; ff germ with HerpleMe. Sold by acidity or sourness of the stomach,
Rend 1 010. In Prompt Attention \Hjr.alnrM,
;R. leading druhrl.tw. otampe
,x "1t'for sample to The lierplclde: Co. Uetroit. improves their digestion and attlmlatlon L' 1't. Via
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.f"" .. Iflch. of food, strengthens their nerve ; - .- 1\nnin win :a 'art t tie South S .=, ? D IK OI. orJeefe'vlOe sa4

Jir J. H. Dediford A Ce.. SperUI Agents ous system and restores them to the J. .J. IIAL, ; .-nine l'W. I! Mww.ea.rr

.. .. heaflHKpgorand elasticity of pints
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I* -KOTICE Or APTUCATIOV you SPECIAL nstarat to childhood. Sold by W. M. Practical BolitrXiker and HzchlthL Rapid Transit And Unsurpassed

i'-1 Johnson Osinesvllle Fla., and J, C. -
LIiSLAT10Nr:
Time Table in effect April 16, 1806.
NoUee U hereby aired that apfUoatloA will Bishop, Ala hua. Fls.Chinaman All Work Guarantor d) "atlfa tory.

be mad. I**.to for tae the Passaic l>*rfWatur of.aa to aet convene autkort laAnrll. P_ -. t'>.rt For_ .__ ,_ .*.__..L.. CJA1NKAVILLK_- _.. .. ._-_-. Arrive' _From.

is the Hoard of CoaBtv ComoilmUwcn of Excluded 407 N. Oak A,... I 'e ,r,....m.. Fla. a 4r. y In 1--- Will Hprlll' and Ins.,. r&'oo---; tu'h.ily
'JUacbua county 10 divert a porting of the rev Washington May '.-In the case of ..
hire of Slat .54 mtoeSla. l'olA
derived from the euune - - t Dally
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'a
gecn.
cZZ ar.oetlou to tae patrSl. aet4.1 ti of w4 Ju Toy, tUb supreme court of the -
e aur. United Stales today held that the d- -12 ;. ; OeaisL.eeburg andamp.aad Si4ppm
"P---'I
t _ ..._ __ __..,. cislon of the secretary of the depart 10UlSYIlU AnDnA5UYIUr ht.f'4la&8 I'olate Dalll

meat of commerce and tabor Is final U.1Jpaa "-I; r'k., jMhooYU", 11i16pmJnllr
I
In Chinese exclusion t"....... Ju it
i ::-lCln. Eaat: aDd West Dally
the son of Chine parents but claims _

to have Wen horn la the halted EL D. 19(4 ;m-1 I Web t'prlags.-\v ; ,'u."i.n''uh. llfanewisk Ill pm

ai. Sta.tt'S.JlJ.* ]. exclusion: was ordered Daily A/bony-.. .Atlaata aU Palau.. ffo,&h.. i aat W.., Dally .
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after a temporary visit to China, sad --- --------
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WTMTRJiCE Le etook u caa to the federal courts.: .. . 7.15prm KoehUe 111M & ra
UUD4IP and Curs I
Daly I I Dally J

e Released. 125,000 Bend.Lrslngtcm .. .. .. .. r
t r the best Hargle Oft Fastest f Time Finest Senrte - - ---.-- .w ____ __ ..
+ Because they are ---
K,.. May J>,Judge Jaa J 1t.Q a ,Q I t m
largic, whose trial for the murder U I Ily : 111h tpriags Sp
D.fJy
e land for the money! of Jaxoea Coekrfll resulted la a bra. -ToBlrminghnrn .g.Moaday

_. ...._ ___.... ... ____ .ll. Bun4ay
ary here Saturday, was granted tail M" mphLa.yorthville -
you dealer for the today by Circuit Judge rarkr. ta U. ,. atFchaac.able )1II..< Lo: ibiville! steal railways ID the tkratharn Btatee, are on sale bj the prineipal agents.
$; !Sunny Jim" Shoe and in- sum of 124.000 wxfa John a&d JToyd Cincinnati St I>iubj. Throagh Pullman .I..r l Port Tampa to New York. via Atlantia Coast
of J"1Jsoc. ) Th4 '
t it. Day aa oo .m.o. LJo.i also via Atlantic Coast Una and tioothern Ran.a,.
on getting bockS: was mad oet and Judge JJa.rz Chicago Ie eoeo I.'. iakemstioaesUon

....-- -- - was released.Blood and all totals Xorlh sod West In J. A. QOODWIN. Ticket Agent OalneavllU.
Through. Pullman $(**'>'''*. rlthua.t> Add,*.. .
tr INIS ANI HUB A Gasping" .. soiled Dialog Car iwo"l i. THANK 0, JJOVLS70N. DIs. I'a.s. A"'f. W. D BTAKK.Trav. Pmaia. 'at i

1 towards the OFFICIAL BOL'TK Id Kansas City t3M W flay st. Astor iTnlWInr' Jaeksonvllle Fla.
poUon creep op M tbe Hootbera Hapit ( oniettfUin to II 1t/ !:MlaibON Mgr.
Colored- People Traf. W J CliAIU.U PIM. .t...,
ir heart CDIMI.. death. J E tH arD". be held Slay 10.17th, t-ae far* ,... WllrraIAlkt, N, O. Wllmlagton.N. C.
y Belle Maine. )flan., writes taat bios |iG..a .
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Kirr113 M'CRAY. friend dreadfnllj ..Jo.s bU bad.wbiota overs on ths liek u Mrmltted at tit -

1 t1 01 W.atLibsrty lltra.t. swelled 99 1U. Wood puiaoslalf.LIotkka'e . Loots For and ttotfplBK)lamnoth oar r*,Cave.,ratbva. .. s.

Araks fiaJ" drew set tan Marf, raw aad fatal laforasstlo..ailo.

' theta First cLtiu ,TCat.ek ....... tvral.d 1M WIO D4.. aad savntiife. ... or write GEO.: C J IICKBI O. Fla.M TILE II AIL'Y S UN i 10C'rl\a

Nk.+ A>!aet d+ nhe tot I Bet to tfc* world for fig,,,. .. ....... L. $..; W. $*.i i Blrwt, :
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,,3 ,::;r" '.. .,:,. THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA MAY 10 1905 ': ;, 'ii;

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W. L. Hill departed yesterday for I P.Jo.. Ramie of Wacahoota was '

Ocala on holiness. trading in the city yesterday. WILSON'Si

L. C. Gracy, one of the substantial Walter Bryant formerly of this city

g t A +n 1y lfJ DiorROY4l citizens of High Springs.., ,visited this i bat now residing at Tacoma was transacting (t.1t! ;'

city yesterday. 1 business here yesterday. :
Yes, here we are again With lntsr 1
Robert Wixson,, an old resident of J. Lee Stokes of Macanopy, one of Bargains for you. So matter what;jjoa I r';.
;
Windsor, was in the city yesterday on Sheriff Fenuell's efficient deputies, was want In the Dry Goods line, we have, ,'11'
special bu' iness. the visitors to this city yester
& among
find It else
# at a less price than you can ,
A. R. Harper, the piano dealer, left day. where. .. t"'
I ""I for Ocala Lawn mowers : =______ ___ ;<<)
yesterday, where he is engaged Stele
w r1./ A in a'two I For that mow. At ,
: week ".ale.Ladles' .
skirts and clothing cleaned pany.lowest prices Baird Hardware Com SP ECA.LS:1 I : {

Rood as new, at right prices. Gainesville .
r 'Pressing Club. 2t s Captain J. S. Neal of Wade was 20 dozen Ladlpl"2OQ Vests only.l UIK.

iI ,s'l. l I'' S. H. Gaitsklll a prominent planter among the visitors to Gainesville yes 15 med-Stitched dozen Ladles'Kerchiefs All-Linen each Hem-, '"IQflj
:
and horticulturist of McIntosh, was terday. He reports the farms of his >'
10 piece. Curtain' Swiss, regular
:; renewing aquaiatances among as yesterday section suffering for want Of rain. 15c values, at per Jare:. t lOc

ia R..Stokes of Irvine was transacting . '
rt r Henry 20 pieces 7c Gingham for, yard ,64
Arthur D. Mewman of Tyler has business in this city yesterday.Mr. : .
;.r.
made homestead entry In the land Stokes has planted this season :; j.
1( n 1I *116 office here. The land selected is near about '100 acres in watermelons and ..,:, ("

I Old Town. cantaloupes, which are doing nicely 2 4 ,,-tt.;

Marcus Endel, one of the most and promise a prolific yield. / ,l'l

.. prominent Masons of the State, left Among the visitors to this city is Remember we have only this lot,of-:..!$. '
POWDER yesterday for Jacksonville to attend Major George Butler of Lake Butler Fine $1.28 White Spreads 9 8 ,

I t the Grand Lodge of Masons which Major Butler is an old and experienced to sell at, each. . ..._ ,CS.

t I Absolutely PureSUBSTITUTE meets tbere.today. newspaperman, and is regarded as one ''\' ." .

Capt. H. A. Ford and Capt. J. 8, of the best local editors and news . at . ,I: ;.

Jolly, superintendent and roadmaster, gatherers in the State. He in.de.n
& NO
HAS respectively, of -the Atlantic CoastLine excellent: paper of The Lake Butler Wilson's BU$

It have just returned from Palatka, Star, and his scintillating pen has

where they have been on business for attracted attention on every paper by
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the company. which he was employed. He goes from .
Store .
? [5"r NEWS OF' CITY AND Herbert Pinkoson left yesterday for, Hon; John E. Lambeth and wife, this city to Live Lak where he has ,;.: 4
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Rochelle on important business.J. formerly of this city but now of Atlanta accepted ji lucrative position as local 'f-

M. Thomas of this city left yesterday Ga., are visiting friends In this editor of The Suwannee Democrat.
COUNTY CONDENSED for Tampa In the interest of his
city. Col. and Mrs. Lambeth have Pleasant Social Party. ..; .
company many friends here who are glad to welcome .
1 You like boer? Drink Olncinnatus, then to their old home. On Tuesday evening upwards of inttiriiiN '

? '. Matters of by General Our Reporters.,Interest Gathered absolutely\ Bottling non-intoxicating.Works 3t. Gainesville standard Bargains black-. Splendid and 3-inch lot and of 4 3-inch-inch twenty at the ladies pleasant and gentlemen home of Col.assembled .and- U 0 r D T A K I ((0;*:

Mr.. J. 8. Allen formerly residentof Mrs. W. H. Palmer in North Gainesville
splval rlvited pipe at a bargain. '
this city and who has many friends Also large lot of 1-Inch good as new to enjoy the hospitalities of this ., .f!
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS
here, Is visiting Mrs. W. II. Davis. standard wrought iron pipe and lots home. The guest of honor of the FULL LINE OF :i
dfx f, Mrs. tiarah Downing. of Donnie was ,of other things. Write me if you evening was Mr. Louis Grunwald of .
What Hat Happ.n.dand What Is need anything G. W. Gainesville
Going Moyers,
in the city yesterday and made final' \ Fla. Fernandlna, who I. in this city for his NEW GOO $
4 to Happ.n Told In Short Paragraphs proof of her homestead In the land office. 1 annual visit with old friends. --' fH1

L K1* ', So That "H. Who Runs May Read" I RobertIuon: of Windsor and Mrs. Mr. Grunwald is a highly cultured Agents lor... : I;.
\ Anna T. Pearce of this
city were
Im It In The Sun. musician being a most excellent violin Tombstones"
Momirupnts
O. T Kennard local salesman of the united in marriage at the home of the ,
.
I soloist and '...
the '
daring he
evening '
S c Ladles'csiling card la latest atI". Singer !Sewing Machine Company, has bride in this city at 8 p. m. on Tuesday favored those present with several and Iron F ncf\s. : ; :.

2, at Son office. gone to Levy county in the interest of May 9, lf>05.() The ceremony was classical sod popular numbers on the See Our Samplesr '

J, B. MoDonsId left yesterday for his company. performed! by Rev. S. B: Rogers; of the king of IDW'uIDttote. being accompanied :>J.t
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I.t Savannah on business. 1:. A. Armstrong and J. J. Jenkins Baptist church. The bride is a most on the piano by Mrs Herbert 1."nal atteutlen to all maUer'q to"'. "!i

v ;'p Blmonson's Wonderful Halve for sale of Morriston were in the city yesterdayon estimable lady and respected by her Graves, daughter of the Palmers. this line. Mall and telegraph rdeirt. ./!rv
'.r bf J. W. MoGollQin & On. business connected with the United many friends of this city, while the Among those present were several promptly attended to. ::: f
States land office. groom is one of Alaehua county's anb- ," '
For Itent-Offices over Chltt, singers who added to the evening's '
store. Inquire U. II. Porter. J, U. Osteeti county commissioner, stantial citizens, and The Sun Joins pleasure with appreciated selections. Gainesville Florida::

i II. M. Hayes of Hague was among and S. O. Matthews of Donnie were with all wishing the happy couple Later dainty refreshments were -- __.. ___ __ _______---1.: :,:';
the visitors to this oily yesterday. here yesterday as witnesses in a case much connubial- felicity. served those present, and in this respect .1.t,.

For Sale-1.000)( Irish potato barrels. I before the United States land office. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer sustained ) \

; J. :N. lione, Gainesville. Fla. d2w4tw: Mrs. John W. )Kttel formerly of this their well-earned reputation as being TilE CONTINENTAL \

Va pt. J. 1). Hiley, a prominent citizen city but now residing< at White Springs[ NEWYORKRACKET. perfect host and hostess. All enjoyedthe C.U'E.RESTAUR.tNT.i i

of Wade, paid a visit to us yesterday where her husband I Is running the occasion to the fullest.
:
a Hamilton Hotel spent Monday ttt this t.

Join the Gainesville Trending Club city a 1 the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Change of Ownership ,

f ,k and get all your clothes cleaned for Joseph A. Kttel.We Robert Ellis has purchased the interests .

1 P f1.oo a month. :It have left our old stand, 106 of Cbas. Ellis in the Uaines I
t' '
Wanted-A IIrtt- lu. colored fe.t West Main street 8., and have takenup ville Pressing Clue West Union street,
t male cook for small family. J. II. more commodious quarters at the and will in future conduct the same.
7 t Fowler, Lennon, Fla Ot
Gainesville f
a opera house corner corner East Pressing Club is one ft
lon'ldelsyi begin using lllue Ulb- Union and East" Main streets, and of Gainesville's necessities, and enjoysa

bon L.mon and Vanilla Kitracts: today would be pleased to have our friends CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTH fine business. It is a plan wherebypersons
and what ou',. been
see missing. continue their visits and patronage. may become members at a

y! If you want a flue, invigorating J. W MeCollum Co.. dru&gists. reasonable fee, which entitles them to

+ drink have It try, Gainesville Cincinnati Bottling All dealers Works. O. 8 It Robertson. soliciting agentof For the next week we all work of cleaning and pressing free. i.
firm also
the F. U. E: The does work for ladies,
oars departed Mondayfor
Master Mechanic 1<:. J. Smith and B.Daugherty will with each of
give pair
making of this business
a specialty (First
Ocala and other points, where he I cornet Souta of Postofflee). ..
of High Springs were I other Charles Ellis has gone to Valdosta, sea rim .I..I"II& ... "
will represent his line. Mr. Robertsonhas King Quality or $3.50 Drip c.* ,
I, among the visitors to this city yester Ga., where he will engage in a similar W.it.r. asst..
the of his time
1 day spent greater part 1 low-cut Shoes a pair of nice business.
la the Ooala district lately, and says - I
Mrs S. C. Goodwin, who has been Socks. We are desirous i
very
1 the shipments from that section.. A Profitable Yield. ,
; with friends in Gainesville daring thewinter heavy. Cucumbers and beans are of having the wearers J. Lee Stokes of E E {
poi, Mioanopy, who was
left yesterday for her home ink S MITH'SWELL I
fine and In the Norlll.fomar".u.re
MOUNTS
especially ,
Waterville, N. Y. of first-class Shoes try the In the city Tuesday,stated that he has
bringing fine prices.W shipped 410 packages of beans from
p O. W. Reagan of Ocala was registered King Quality which for a t
Jo:. Orolh'r. organia.rorthe blot. planting two bushels of seed, which ,
,i, at the Brown (louse Mr. '
yesterday. ern Workmen of the World, who has style workmanship durability makes a profitable yield. Mr. Stokes All the old "
H...... is connected with Hoopes Bros. standards and
had such great success In Institutingnew says the beans were of the {speckled
A Darlington the hardwood and comfort cannotbe the choice3t of the
people lodges of that order In this State Valentine variety, were very choice new ones. ,
r' Harold Hook of RO h.lI. was in th. daring the past few months, has returned excelled in this country. and realised good prices. This yield as issued. 31I

city yesterday Mr. Hook' Is employedin from St. Augustine, where be Remember that all this from two bushels of seed seems almost Ask to see them, as they cannot bs> '
Union Cafe, High Springs, and has has been upon business connected Impossible, bat the result has been ob- displayed to advantage in a case. *

s been visiting his home for a fw days. with that order lie announces his week you will be entitledto tained, and naturally in future >Ir. t

W. II. I.lpseomb. agent for this territory intention to hereafter make his homein a nice pair of Socks. Stokes will_.plant the. same.. variety SPECIAL MOUNTS for E. F. S..: i
&( for the linger tt.wiu. Machlns, Jacksonville because of the rapid - -" School. Children and Bable.

e will go today to Orange Heights, Wal growth of the order in this State. Masonic Meeting.

do, Melnw.. and other |..,luls (h. the !Interest .- - -- --...- -- .._- There will be a regular convocationof Fine Fadeless ,1
of his company Gainesville LodgeNo. 41, F..t A.M. Fotografs;.

We have removed from our old READ THIS. Mailing, Matting. .. held at Masoni Hall this evening, From Locket to Life Six*. .
at 7 :o'clock.. Work In the E. A. de- .
n ? stand to the opera house corner and Springfield' Tenn.. Jane Ii, 1PIUb. fer".Tran i.nl brethren are cordially SMITH'S STUDIO
would b* glad toweleom' our friends
I hare been trouble with kidney invited. W. B. IIt there. Everything drum that Gould received
We havo
IK desired. J. W. McCollum .% Co. and bladder troubles for a number of just a ltolllUtT Me'CLKLL'K, Hcc.

y.",. and severely so, and having notitftni large shipment of Matting, -....-....---. -'" -..----- --- .. .
II. C. Hare and son were in the cityyesterday - '
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the advertisement of I'r.I K. W.lIall' .
Mr. Hare Is and have some good ,4
a tromlneiitinsurance pat- Some Men
j Leave
r Great ()..."our'. ,A Teiss Wonder ,
nun nl Jacksonville. With
concluded to give' It a trial from terns. If you should need
his family he Is spending. a few days
which I found great: relief, and would Matting it will An Estate for the Widow
.
o ; with N, A. Callison Spring Park Farm I, any payou
rvtfoatoiend it to 'hoe. similarly afflicted
and states that they are enjoying the II II. KIRK to l look( at our line>eforebuying. lass ak.table oat&, T;

visit Immensely ___ t To invest and lo... or as a temptation + x pt and coaiteoaftU s:

i Kev aDd )I,*. . H.! Cralghtll. RMr. A TEXAS WONDER. j l j I I better to to speculator leave" her How mjth: E cordially invited"

Frankel., M.*lan>e. F I). Warner, I
One small bottle of lb. t.1I1100- I
t J. W. Paltou and O 1). ()"anl., departed j McCall Patterns and Alagaxines .,'
der. Hall's Grt Discovery, surf all $500 or 51,000 a Year Incomefor {
yesterday for Hi Augustine toattend \ have arrived.
just
kidney and bladder art ibles, removes' I t Life for 20 ILLION BRICK
SO
< the Annual ieuersl Contereuceofth gravel.eore diabl.., seminal enisSions. or or: Years? '

Kpiseopal: church They weak and lam. .. ,
backs
\ a-i t Hummocks Ice Cream "! _
will be absent until Friday tim and all irrvcuUrilt of the kW!: We will send ,-mi some iat.r.st.ag: ow have the 3aeet aad best trold! r
Work upon the new building now ...,. and bladder in both men asxiwomen < Freezers, Dixie Nets and all !' iaformatUM showing bum unU l m* ? brick for made In Georgia; wire at my
lowest cash
rv Mates bladder troab4 inchiWren. .( > aaoaal outlay will yield t a rmtarln prices deliver-r
+
thing constructed by L. L, Hill to replace '' If not said by your druggist,'seasonable goods at lowest! .n' y arly' iaeom for anyone P tff\\i\ I I at any point In Florida. E. %i':1Us :
the wooden structure now occupied will be sent by mall oa receipt oi 11.1 t 8..11)1. JOG i care. to provide.JVUI Maeon.Gtv. "
by launders .A Karl on th..ft.b..a" ODe small bottl ts two mootlis' tr.+at- prices.
corner of the square .Is frogrowing meat aad seldom fails 10 ,.rI.., -- W. L HILL & Ws B. MISK A
.urn. Dr. Kro.4t W. Hall,sol caaa
rapidly" and that enterprising fMtarer. P. O. box .... 9*. Loots, H al PHIFER ?gents TheUfa *tTi
ttna wilt kortly bar oat of the most 8ad far UstlmouiaU. Sold by BROS..I laoaraac Ce T Sew;

""".commodlo I $ Oml ,t.. tbe lll. drtegt+". 1'bifars' Gorn.,G I UU3KSTILLT t t t

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