Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/00593
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 12, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
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 )
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: VID00593
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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has levied on his paper The Friend, ci'err i.mr>. which, the resolution asM MANUFACTURERS--
:, recently established at Kl&hlneff. STRIKERS PROTESTAGAINST 'rti. eltvulUt'd! ".\ slanderous letter ,

U\lIoit: tH' t., drh' r5, declaring thorn
Count Casstnl Goes to Madrid. to tie 'loafjiV; not wllllto work." '
Sj Washington. May 11 ,- Count ('.l8' Thl charge was denounced was a
I/I'} slni. the Russian ambassador to this willful mul malicious\ falmhooilt '
n country, has been transferred to Mad I nl attalntt men who protect their

;-Japanese Newspaper ExpressesItself rid. He will be succeeded hen by They Address An Appeal To. ,.,ith' by risking their tires to obtain Ninth Annual ConTention Being *
Baron Rosen until recently Russian I work. Tho solution also caltiHl ou "
Accordingly. minister at Toltlo.: Count Catslnl I was President Roosevelt.EMPLOYERS tae: mayor to "ya\e hard working rltI'tMis Held*t Knoxville "!
.;. offered the ambassadorship to :Madrid i I from that kind of protection "

[.RUSSIANS ORDERED TO MOVE ON two months ago anJ accepted it. BROKE AGREEMENT which lets the rioter go free sends I IS WELCOMED BY THC GOVERNOR 'I
He w1l11 leave In June for his new post the victim to the jails and hoipltals. -- .

Japanese Have Placed Orders for More -- ------ All Contracts. They Claim, Had the President of Association Discuss th. ,i
,\* Battleships-Officers and Crews for -- Arbitration Clause Which Wa Disregarded Growth and Development of the Cotton ,
ti Fifth Pacific Squadron Have Been President Roosevelt Makes a Positive by Employers-Negros Denounce ;late Supsrlntcr.dent of Insurance Has Industry-Vliltor* Being RoyaU 1I

*" Secured. Declaration at Omaha. Union.ChleAo Undertaken. This Work. I ly Entertained. '1

Omaha Ne>.. May 11.-The lu-u New Turk. slay 11--I'rrpasrtlons'
>,' Tokio. May 11. The J1J1 hopes that quotes President Roosevelt as making i, May 11.-'' l'., the Honorabletooatfvett : for tlio total oxuiulnrtttoii of "mCl'rlt Knoxvtlle, Trim, May 1l.-\uemt 4

&;Prance will cease her flagrant and deliberate the emphatic statement that he will Tbeetlure a I'ltft.dent! of th.? and dlifftois of the I'>inlt.ibl0ASHiirunco Idle bled l In thin city for iv two da>'*' .**. 'i

K breaches of her pledges of not be a can did a to for Pre..ldi'nt. It : United Stats of Apt I'' I'l'.l-Ih.morab: Society of the United States Ion the ninth annul convention of the
$ eiitrallty. In rtference to the treatment This labor begun a* American Cut ton Manufacturer o>
says: Sir: dJJ'.ouUy; which n IU 'ho rairl/d ou under his p"'r- a .,
,"'J accorded the second Russian Pa-: "You are authorized to state that 1 a lockout. So-far-fi, there hat been ouul direct lan. huvo IKH-U contplotedby cia lion, opened this morning. President ,

i\t-c1ft'C squadron In French waters and will not again be a candidate for any klrlking! done, i U':Lts been a vtriUt State Sui!) 'rlnt 'u>l-nt of insurance It I. K.'liihariU. of 1.In coin>> ton. N. C. .

?(1 i?,allsfactiou !is expressed at British representations -I' president of the lTnlted States. Then, bur arbitiaUon. TV unions are con} Francis Httnlrlckn, who Is now In this. la prehi 11"1. Additoa of welcome

to the government in Pur- are no strings on this statement I nilttcd both upon puurlple and uponspecific cll> ('UI\\ t'uCu1lan M 11 OiUcoll.f were delivered! by tloveruor John i.

1!is, showing that England is alive to mean It. contract win the employer 8) t'I\C'IIM'. has been engaged by Superintendent Cut and MuyorV.. 11. lla) **, for state

1 the danger menacing Japanese Inter "I made my speech at DfMuer for fur arbitration."These HondrlcKs' to question the and city respectively) \\'. II. lx>cktt '
),. ests. contract out of the desire lot the l"all1..II">> Interests and Dr.
the purpose of convincing the peopleof crew men and it U etpcriod the examination ,
ft.' The Nippon" says what French Inter. my earnestness. In regard to the of the unlon protect the public will continue at (rust one week Ilrown Ayers for the college of tbd

, i if eet in Russia is more of a financial matter of railroad legislation. I will peace and w"lf t* by providing to rlntcndent'llvndrlclia will .xam- tale. '

,t J and economical character, than political not be satisfied with any compromisethat submit all disputes or differences of Inc only the officer and dlMTtorM who Mayor lass presented the conveaLion -

:t :I (, and that the alliance between the does not bring relief to the people opinion to the umpfra ut an Impartial have* been directly caused In the recent a magnificent souvenir, being a

f countries has ceased to be of any practical from the conditions now existing: third party, and accepting the : bandying of charge over the ..)- act of keys carved from Ttnnease

'.( benefit In liJurope. It expresaes in regard to transportation affairs in decUlon-right or wrong- a* binding ciety'*.. affairs but every director who marble aunt. ettcliiMod In a case road

the belief that France is upholding because the countr>'. No compromise bill from upon both paarllea./Such a course U hold office by reason ofh* lrluu.r..r of native material, cotton wool, Iron

:j) her honor ia pledged diplomatic- congress will be accepted." a guarantee t 1't' preservation o.' of stocks by Jaine llacwu Hyde or hU and tlmbr. In his opening address

"aUy. -.. -- law and order. 'hat the union father II. It. Hyde PienlJcnt Reinhardt entered Into a dl.-
?' ', EXPEL UNDESIRABLE ELEMENTS. ask for or desire |'n Ibis coats-oven There wilt\ & t"' nothing rompuUory cuulun of the development of the rot-
'}'> Russians' Ordered to Move On. Is that an arbitration mail be granted short th*' I't"I-IJln.c which ho_v \r, ton Industry during the pat year and

h); Saigon, Cochin China. May 11.-The South American Republic Applying a* specifically agrf'l to In the contracts will ln carried ou largely. In executive concluded by predicting a great export

/ |llus lan cruiser Jemlscluig and the Law to Socialists. Involved. fAII thai I la drslred s<."lon, trade, which. has already begun to augment.
; j-Russlan auxiliary cruiser Rlon belonging New York May II.-The government that the public official. shall join with _. .
I to Admiral Rajestvensky's squad- Is applying with tho uttermost the labor bodies 'In demanding that Injunction la Denied. TH the wide" fluctuation In the price

.%lion" : arrived off Cap St. James, near vigor the so-called law of residence lawlessness shall not b.. allowed tn l Ire New York May 11 ,-Ju.tlc.. McLean of cotton in America In !leas than a

here during the night of May 8. and which enables: It to expel: from the used In forcing contract to be broken In tin- New York itprr-ine, court today year, from 14'4 to flvfc cents lt<* attributed

:left yesterday morning at the request country all undesirable elements, cables and that viols-nee shall; not be allowedto dental the application of ||irl>"rt (I. the unatlfactory demand for

lot the governor of French Indo China. the heralds correspondent atUuenos prevent dlfferojio' of opinion to Tull nf l'hll"IIt'11Ihll1, 1I'otl,., holder cotton good. |ire| coikgratulatnl the cotton .

I' *i. These cruisers which bfought InLvtructlons Ayres, Argentina. The measure bt' nettled by the. Qulvt orderly ujflu- In (the VViultablt 14tw Assurance terelete.ci.ah..Lnited mill moo upon the absence of labor -
' > for Rear Admiral N>boja- ods of arbitratiooti **** rosblea l In conclusion h ivi
r ia directed princtrmtry" KiHi ,rt-** latllt HIAI*>* of AIhN'lrcarnr a> >
ji; toff, anchored 3 or 4 miles off shore.v'A ,cut 'd the enactment of well .
agitators. Seven Spaniard already Peace and Order Today. an Injunrtlou, restraining that society a conIdfrtd
heavy sea! wan running exposing a have been expr-Hed within a few days. I Promises of pence' and order for ti and the/ New York state sup "ninMudent "Merchant murlim bill" and an
t, deal of the hull which
good warships Adelegation Htolallsta. headed by day the president day. wei.... tuadd by ( of 'lnnurnr from proceeding auitiinientoil navy to protect foreign
't> were. quite free from barnacles or seat Deputy Pallaoofsisited the chief of both side In the .iramntem' nil. 'Ik*'. Tb 'luilht-r with tee|p.-ci to th" t>ri>|xi"t -ilutnrnde troth. which h., believed In remain to

weed The ships appeared to have unusually police and requested<< permission fur n Ilmployera'! Tetiming! C'Uln\.ilny| d 'cl,U'd chariot of the IvtullabN' fill In iv tbd <>|"'nIiIiC of thou I'..tin in A CA

y large crews and the men all contemplated.demonstration.t The pst- to rt'duce eta teaming and delivery<
'. *ed the condition thai for UH.y. The tNllultft'r'" of \ln.nrHiiri fur his approval, Tin l Ur llrowrt .Ayrr slstke particularly

The main Russian squadron Is said no red flag 1'0 used. joint counvfl has voted "Kalnat a Ken ammdrd rharlt: prnvldf* for the tnu nf the vulti of vilucutlon In the d"-

to b+! well provisioned, but are short Tho Socialists thereon protested eral lrlk., and 'ermlned that mi lilt tllath .ltlUIi of ihi imc'.ity.: tloiiifnt| of cotton and otter Indu-

(l of tobacco and cigars. against this decision and the demon her ynipAtheilr itiovenint should 1'HI .. - ,--- trial in the .tenth, and! 1II1I.l l an. appeal '

It U ronnlderei likely hr that N'e- fctrallon was postponed. made, except In case of tt-aiuvter* ordered To Attract Desirable' Emigrant for moneyed Interest to aid Induolrlal f

bO 3torr'K division baa already passed to make d)> liveries to boyrotti I Albany N. Y. May If \yilh. the lu the Mith and made an appeal !

the cape. Sale of Fertilizer Tags Reduced. houses In which event Individual view to attracting to tbl stale( drlr for moneyed lutrrest to aid In. ,:i

'rhbW"I'ltal i ship Kostroma whose Atlanta. May 11.-That the kale!' (Iff..rtlllzt'rlt should walk out A utMtemeiit e.r the able Iniinlicriil. the state' drtMrtni' duliUI r jl| .Ki>* of the *outb.ThU .

arrival here Has announced May 8. has decreased a wondeffut situation was pr ,axed to IJC'I' pni fiitd of aicrlctiliuro Ja I preparing tu collect afternoon the dflogatx. about '

Stalls May 12. extent of late Is proven conclusively to President Joll*vlt by a trlker' and dlctnlnitttt the farm and dairy four hundred In nuiutMir, were .nlrtallied .

I II by figure given out Monday morningby committee, whirl* dealvted at his ri" advantage whlrh. New York slate offers at the various club of the city "
I Japan Orders New Battleships Commissioner of Agriculture 0 quest from ni.iig' him on the way tobic'.u. One of the severest haiidtrap following a brief afternoon .,.".1011.
Toklo, May 11.-The report that Japan Stevens. In April 1904. lC9.no frtlllzer <: The ubor U< pre..-ntatlvt<4 with which the Urnifr of this. late "

plans to order the construction of tags were sold by the depart planned i to Inform the president of )I... bare to runtend U th. scarcity ot Double Tragedy In Chattanooga. .
two battleships and alx large cruiser farm laborer For ..,* the Chattanooga Tun May It--'A' the
went of agriculture. In April. U.)Z.1Y9S10 ;. sal proceeding which have been taken many '
abroad are r"-n* *ed. fertilizer tag were bought by by She. etupioera and make a prop; state agricultural' department has i>brvd result of mope trouble among atlas ,

The representative* of Bngll: .h naval the fertiliser mill, a decrease In the oeltlon that the President act a* an .. that fort,{gn farm band and blowers at (the. (,*hattanoo a Ola4

construction companies are here endeavoring sales of just 40/KiO tags for the corrponding arbitrator of the difference, rhooeloia mall farmers .litoni' settle In th> plant today lied Cummin was shot

to secure the order, but Its month On. fertiliser tag aasoclalee.n.- man front lb, labor s-.*.tIt trawl straight through to and kilted. : William' Moarham WM not

mbtfnl If the government ba must, under the law of Oeorgta b. rank. and one from Ih* employer! Ib" seat. In pat years the great In In th* thigh and Albert Meicfcam was
reached any decision In the matter. d"r" thor* wee glen farm horn. truck tint head with \
placed on every :00 pound of commercial : The employers ,*y they will not orfldally inent on a heavy nllHl.
fertilizer vM In Georgia. << approach the' president' h .tt,..d* but now (bat such land are key wrench and may dU. The shoot,
Men for Fifth Dlvliion. **\V> have no intention of bothering almost entirely "..U.)..
Frankfort May .-The Frankfort A Strange Death Pact. Presldesit' UfXHi'velt with ont Iron *< madw in bring th..- d..lrabl eml- man uf. the plant The dlfltculty uo
Zeitung today says it ban received advices to Nw York *tat*. courted l In Ute offlc, Wtlllam Moaoh-
lu-rlln. faT 11 ,-'Ovllruhlereth .:"I1D..' ble, said Atu>rn-y I'-vy Mayer. coon' grant
from Hamburg to the effect! that killed LIe young bride and eel for She Kftiptoyers aasoclatlon t,. am, who was .hn<<. l I. a brother of the \

agents of the R.UAIII.a. government himself in t'olltl4'qu..nc. of a death day "It U Ilk...y however, h" addt-d On Tour /etpeCl/On' / "man.tlu UI the shooting and th' man.

have completed arrangements through pact, made with a third party, and "that tb* employes'! ride wilt gel the (,%l<*a..). May U -.$-crtaf y iWIIr nand a...r of the I>la..t. Albert :Meacbamwa '

the society of Herman captain and styled "American duel" her. Two men pr...idesl's ear f..r a quiet dlllo'I..lolIut rrpTDtU uf the depurtw arr''*t<
officer of the commercial marine for bad arrred that one must crmlt *ui{< the situation u>tu* Urn during bU of agriculture<<: who\ wilt tour tb", *oti* h hospital ward of the Jail, The. euro
the enlistment of officers and cress tide under errtaia rundltlon, T stay here. .. *., to inspect the rorxtttlifi of ag'': ntT*. jury placed th. blame for the !

for transport ship which are to accompany civil\ engineer drew the M aC'k ball and tfcrlk |I..d..r-1 J.rf"d that no or cultural devekpra.ntrn wilt b. Jom-.t kdllnx on Cummins and Albert' Meacb( t

tb- fifth division of the Un. fet! "in bonny bound" to kill blm.*tf.HI dens had h.rn sued to the strikers. In Memnhl. Kr'U by oOlclal of tn. am. ,

Alan lecnnd f'aeirve I squadron to JarrsG young and pretty wife a bride of to refrain, from iolcw Islay. bythr* whi "
!III! to Uba In the Mattissea. \ Boycott American' Q60d. ,{
They all wek*. b"KKed: him in In/'lud b.tIn Instructions pr." orna.iy given out durIng left Cblcafii tudsya( a prll trainon .
the CK* ..... Kt..m IIIlRoU rail fthangbat, May 11-- A Issue and 1ft. {
this sorry duel.! Its pair left b art tb* atrllir. ,t U was current go.*- <
flu !
meeting of Chinese ur
reading letter. alp thatr.." Commands bad b-o" "Wl4. $-'--r".rlIIHt1 pr..ld.-nt .Me 'J
Jew and Christiana Fight.8t. .. Chants bald br toUy proe.t..J rUorootly .
., >f. Spllirnan in .h.r6' grass a".trurale
-- > passed .,. ... line ordering! all
"f'pnob"rlf. May Its: further Blow to Ticket &4alp.r.. p"l'It"'V.tUau of the\ d. acalnat the pri" xrd acne Chin -
tatat..r* u. r. lain absolutely <)q|.t
detail bv. rearhed b r" from Zhito other will lavw Cnl *-.. tieliialou u.aty recently' dlrtM- )
W.ullclt.D, fay II.-An order batbeen sad not to at*"" :>1. ib_ slightest lnt.rITICI r-tllh..1 and
mir the! 'f'ft" or the r.enl attar.JrtI signed! by issues And#raon, In toiay w tb the team of tb. Mao ovf i** ...,.*.brii railroad toot eft In the Unltnl Ktal'.. Telegrams ou
J>.. the subject were -"ot to (fhlB4 offt I
of Oribodoi Chricans on Iti in Mempbfa
tbs .jprrroe court of the I>itrUrtl tRployer* t* ng CompanyPresided nt .trt"uc '
'Iu fortnight before stale Yuan tthi Kl,. vlr"roy of Chile\
aMert l a CoIymbU: staking prnr..&t a temporary ,'CI 5g,
-- provide and to Cbou rit. vir* ofNanklac
the' disurdn'. f'Of"I..Umu wen roy
hfh luteticket
ichiocUon / A -rtvoe' (n Chlcape.Chlrav .
calling on the ('fcriaUan tcbeat LOOk Out for These windier. ant It: %a. unanimously .t i- !
presil brokers from -racncklag 10' .xcor ll..t ) I.-Pre.W.nt ttcoos '
the Jess AAb"' n these pro Ub ('h"'lr M*> it To- or sure me'enaIas dried to boycott .\.mrluD, .ix>d* until i
and from ,
lon tickets to Waitington
vif irate Chlrago and Yonbweatera
were r..ad eatslag! 48 theCbrt.tian4 the .aIlS" of An4..,rMstt, Crafa tbw term proposed" In the treaty art i
atatsra. wbtafc tear the slgnavtar of tfcUavff .
tai rdepot Kln.l. and
to .beat ttJ .s W.ee . aDd TO4d tave !,..ere a-gagw4 frauds modified. Merchant (t.. the empire I
snit a Joint .
Tb a
,. oefcrvngbt \\VJ stre.ts. a few mion.* afttttoon
:amatlaae sere r-n togs Iraliy' for two rnsartbt la rodlvltingrnotstftptttrp. ar. urged to cooporat la tbs moy.14t. '"
these pets the raiiroiuU:: a few
by days warn mt >>> Oatom Ht_wart and
for ... .clD. and ., .
<< ntbwsp.rkdesa -
th :'A"rtteaa derUrtM
mayor of Zhttowlr. b.lore tb. recee: 1D"ucuratlota. other mpnt.wre -f the rf'."pr />1a eons ..- ..... .
: rn: 'b" Caaa of III" Annrritea \ "
d ao4 I taer* waa
.'. to mp .A NJtt-. Pr...! 1. r Jto ** .II ant naecytmmedlate'ty Vanderbllt President to Resign.
..f... A. *.s'Aoe aA eabacript'we
'BO .,eea'H)B for alarm: Aged Man Commit kJcid.. + .
ad for to "
;. At the Kintfy: the 'a*r ... .. s atvhwnssm ..vet n. 1 attic 1IpCI.Ir4: ]a,.,.. tC .V* bvlll*, Trnn.,Mayll-IiUhop R.
" .. _ fCuah, 14 ')msb4 CriusetJ IflunIlkwz K Haxfrov president of tb* board
V IV..tIga& .*i.' nra ct &It tag of tbU city aged IS, a rtJr4 sad.e4tthy <0. I
Y str U4'tT.l. 'A." night of Jay 4 to atg .. ateamxsa' raptaln> warn f,,..... H..... Mold ''ltdlSJ"atJoft Meeting.Chkago. . ('Ih AId i o'i+"r platee. At alt of. trust of Va 4rtUt unlremlty, ow- .1 1'; .'

" oily order '- '&.. aatbnelcte. 'tiv t. dead to bbl b. I a' KVcMky' botel ..... iUy I'.-Mor. tu a one earlier .1. .. 'I-r bad, .or1&4 tb. east tag to bad a**ltti, wilt resign Uvatpotioa

. protect the T. .5 and to per r<.r. .: ..* dA7 A fcolJ..) et Dad tontaaed.frysSntao tb. u.AM star. aa.. a*..m:.!,ti ctiw era ..t r "' 'ft,,. \.fkalS 1"''''... \j.. at the itwettntg next month.U w yn

04.... \ was f e4< twsstd4.. 'M br.tI I** .. rued a*<<' t4 yrasdsfireo r .D" .n..rtpC 'a tu OUboo 9. U OUoway, of tM }lstbtt'. j
T>* tr+4"e; of :>C Krotib""v.'a I Tk. e'aeeer geld : was a C&.M of _us.'u.s.a. protesting Sep' .ue so ;
. iCormer 4Uor of Ute 1krar3Osl' :. .pJa tbb attiw'si.o, ( 1Ao d."t..u .. J"1 4.* a '. warily a ."aeta4fst that 1tf> lroopal cbut lal,, t autA. ,r 1 et,

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SUNDAY BASEBALLHIT I I X..tabl1.M.ned.. 1B7t:1:


Senate Very and Warm House Sessions.Have Some I( A :K. ERS.


barking, bunlBen. bur and lieU Foreign std Domertie Lset.aate
*a rcoumi reeers of t"tM.. b.ar_.cort-or.tioDi.(araer: *.cerebtcMf : aDd ovals
i' 011 .Torn>.e trrnu |>t'clal) l f c.Hilefo nuking: eoLeetiotte oabutei. WI t
to Occupy
Many Appear
...be I>OID''D' the tDI 1ted c
Time-Motion to Adjourn Sine Die II
: r
June Cigarette Bill Patted the
I : +S'""\ 1TaLL: .' FLORTD A
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Tallaba.* efaJ 11.-The Senate was

called to order at 10 a. m. J .terda,. I

u Senator Clark: Introduced a bill relating I I I LIFE AND B. F. J 0 R DAN ,
a to release of convicts :
Senator Bloant-To define legal hole ( .: IN t--

(days in the State of Florid I
Three concurrent resolution were I INSURANCE
introduced : To ask afa' from the National ) I BEST com

+? government for good roadi ; I i
c that the Legislature adjourn .Ine die --

at 12 o'clock noon'on Jane 2, 1906; to

Investigate expenditure: of approprl / .. PORTER BLOCK GAINESVILLE
alias made to State Inttitution The : ,
_.. _____. ____
three .ldration ;::'--- n
3 were adopted, but. on r :con Yot
the last wa indefinitely poit- by a ( : The '
ti Atlantic Coast LineFOR
a poned. A f.

Senate Bill No. 74, to provide lien/ .a
4 for mechanic, artUan and laborer, At ALL EARTHLY POINTS
; ".. taken op ditoourd and (Indeflalteljr wa

r 4 postponed. and Vs V:. via Tit '
''M. The committee .ubiiltqte for llou.e b De'ooe L' t Dupont S South -P.a 0. W Dopoa*.or +

Bill No. 120, a bill to define the grade J.cars.fue or as Jack.OnH11e or Steamship Lin e es Jaek'vfOeaaAMontarofBerr
of Instruction to be taught la the uniform

system of public achooli of Florida Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service
; to aid and encourage public high by a

tit schools and rural graded schools ; toprescribe Time Tab'e in effect April 16, 1W5. t
condition, make appropriation ble, I
? *, .te., waa read third time and of GAINESVILLE Arrive From

unanimously,pa*.ed. oe

The (Iloose pure food till was taken vote I High mediate Springs Points and Inter- I 8:80'121 t
] I Dally
up and after some discussion wa
placed on the calendar under head of No. : I Ocala L..e.burg and Tampa, and 8:40 P m
47 t' bllla on third reading. l Intermediate Points I Daily

ti.r Beuate Bill No. 32, by Mr. Olllen-A : Palatka] Jacbonille. I:Ii
.lie II
l bill tojbe entitled an act empowering North East and Welt I Daily

trustees county board of special of pnbllo tax school Instruction districts and : I High lprIDg8, Waycrol'l, Savannah I 3ia pm :
lb : m. Albany, Atlanta all Pointe i north, East West I
to establish kindergarten under eer. : _ Daily
a, lain condition, read second time and I '
It ordered engroed.Bnat i I Rochelle, Uicanopy and Citra Ih6 am

;iJIII No. 183, by Mr. Tram by ( I -,I .- - - .. - .I Daily
npll-A (Iblll to be entitled an act to tell I -- --I.
prohlbitaertain educational Initltu- High I 7'20pm ,'I
( '" ; ; I Springs
lions from maintaining preparatory, (lrmn I Daily
. ex.8uDda,'
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uli'Collfglate, sub>fre.hman and ao- tlUo, -- -- --- ---- -- -------
ad.mlo department. regulating the all d Mileage Ticket! good over 13.con miles ot the
'v Course of :study to be maintained by 4'V ", in the Bouthern states, are 00 sale bJ the principal ageDt. priD-
i Pullman
said Inttitutlon Tampa to New York, via ,
and providing that i via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern::! Railwav Atlantic Coast
,' ; diploma ofl certain high vchool hall for ( information call on
entitle th. holder thereof admission
to ( : J. *. OOODWIN- Ticket Agent, OalnesvlJJe.
b ; In Ih.>i (freshman class of the several f ( .. :

Htate educational Institutions, read a *u<>* BOYLSTON, Die. Pa.\\ Agt.. W. D. STARK, Tru. Pau
' second time and ordered engrossed || :\{ 138 W. Bay st.. Astor Building. Jacksonville, Fla Jgt.
EMERSON Trat. Iltr.. W. J
Hrnator Trammell Introduced the ages, << WiJmlDztoD, N. C. .11&.
Wilmington. N. C,
substitute for his fertiliser bill which .'- -. --- -
-- -
t dUoustvd --- --
wa and indefinitely poit thy =
.. posed h"-r << : CLYDE LINE
Senator Htocktun' bill tu aid the ,
; Hold l 1.,1 Home at Jacksonville we* ]

placed on calendar for third reading : :
*. H.nalor Hurt' good road bill wa O< I

read llttt, second time and ordered enH Uania.
Srus.ed.rl' ,(' / ; ..
.nator Stockton' forv'try bill wa In a #
t; .
plactU un the calendar. of bill on third they I,

reading. .hallt'\ | : f ".
I Nw bill Inlrmlncnlllj : .
bonator Crew*-N dally I '"
resolution directing I board of 1.0'1'lUl..lllller.ol : : S.A.ILINGS -.
cl1.r I
Male Institution tu '''1'
state, while and uegro coovlot N \v York, :"
Calling at CHARLESTON S. C both 14
B*lit tor r"ulkner-ImpiMinc II. F*' Finest Kays. .. .
Steamship in the Coastwise Service
penf lax on all eiprr companlr, \
railway oontpanlf. common carrier, home! New England and Southern) Lines ;' .

\ .,.CIII nt persons delivering *|>lrlluon \ Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE. }
*, ,Inuu, malt or other Into*touting :Mr. l PROVIDENCE and All Eastern }'ointl.BOSTON and \
t liquor in ltle. or town in this r hair, costly Calling at Charleston both way :':t :

fl and |providing' pviialtie fur violation _cuffl : .T- \V JiiEIZIXj'y:: S.A.TILIISTOa

of ills provision of the notttenator ; . . . . . . . . . . .. . . From UWM Uh.rt. 1
his .. . . . . Beaton ,, '
Sit'rktan--Tar I appropriateI \ . . . . From Foot of Catherine 1&.. Jacksonville ;
t .
Je" ,
lMn> fur the purpose ..f I'IICuuajUlir ,.J:

{t Immigration On motion,of S nalur Itlount. llun Clyde St. Johns River Line ti

Hill :No. II and Ih.'Ollum"*. sui..tl .\ j ) i .' E'n J-A.cxitoNviui.it and SANt"OMD
brook Palatka Astor :t::;1. Frant'li. B.rntord (l) Land .
1 tule cite" both tmlered printed This I : 1 ) and Intermediass =
t \ Landings on St. Johns Rlnr.
I I. what I I. known ai the Jim Crowtrei I
1 home "CITY OF
rat 1,111. Introduced in theltous. Their | JACKSONVILLE"
by )fr. Avery of Kcmbia: front () to .n a* follow.: Leave JACKSONVILLE Sunday, }4
4 .day: *. 8SW m. '
In the Houe.Tallaha p. Kioroing. leave SANFOU1 Mondays .
were |
\\edn '
day and Friday. 8:3) a. m. y.
**.*, May 11.--The lluu. tie .

opened yesterday mo ruing with a tb. '\ I I l : .. .. . . .. .. . .. .CIIIUUL".JaChon'm. .Arriv.XonhboaA4 2Kxi s
memorial' to Oougre, rtHui *iliiK thata I In Ut.,. : 1 I \ : I .Palatka..S..LetT : un

u.w battleship. b. constructed by the i 1I I I : . .. . .. . . . . Astor . . . . . . . . . 8-00 pm
I United III.. government and that it I i . . . . .. . . .dt Frinci.. . . . .. . . . 8:30p? 00 _
. . . . . . : pot
fli!! .Pereford (IeLan. . . . . .
In named Florida,, wtitak
wa passed 1 (
> ,, . . .. . . . : Opr
+' Sanford . . . . . . . .
4 and wrdeml certified Itlll and \ : > ( 830
t Senate
: . . . am
..at.. _:: f aterprise.. . . . . IOOian ti '
a _
Joint resolution by Mr. Kirk :
.pro.po PASS AND TfCK
}:T :
lng an amendment to the Oruti "
F tut Ion,, 00* | l >rs'' jNorm.jm.rr.eels Aresra:Ark GeL Y... Aet ti wJ''b; : ; ;'. a. ,

Twenty-tire new bill were Intro tciJtl, I I 1Iaa\: H'oo..e'. .'...norw Au. N.ores.. vs.IN' .c.C.. .N.l4YgLJ.SaP.Raaadess..a. i
EOD.> CLYDl1NIIJ.t.G.ayrt.Att.. ..
. Manaer. \\11. J', CL\Jo; A 00..
,. Oltnsiead'a bill for the creation o.oeraJ11"
t 'a.s.brorea 1h.t:4:ae, Ia Stan eveet.New fi
of to M 10. Lucle county wa r..d.r I' __ ._ _

4r The Nil of !"*r iMrman prohibiting

' ftanday baseball caw* up for eon.ideration :
oo its third reading, I DAILY a ''ggtj

, 7 Mr. JlUnton oIf.lTU n"pn' ;

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AT DAVIDSON COLLEGE. Death at W "dsor. T... )t. OaAHAW. President H E. TATI.OB, Cashier -, ?}
Mothers Are
Interesting Commencement Exercisesof J HelpedTHEIR Friends of Mr. and M: r*. T. M King, clam W. Hroa, VIPresident LKK GRAHAM, AS4t Cashier'l. : ;

This Excellent School. HEALTH RESTORED the W.ndaor.death will of heir ympat'with se'" : tot :little them daughter ia THE FIRST NATIONAL.BANKt 1
exercises Davidson
at ;
Eftl". uluoh" 811'f.! occurredTltn'0 "
a' College Davidson> North Carolina, Happiness' of Thousands of Homes Oat / <
'-'y rn''ru'ng aft r a t rief 1111"! ". f
of which to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Curry Merchant of this fityii and L'rs. Plnkham' Advice. 'I 1 ; a I.r'\: \ a-aeileli Tt 1 'ir+:ir a'tern OF G..A.JN"ESvrLLE.:: l
FJF a student will begin on Sunday, ,
oo i ii.! 1..1..11"111 ; : m I ruv1-
t 1T May 28 and fHJ4: t'XLV NATIONAL rJANK IN ALA.CHLTA 00 V
dome on Commencement A devote mother ccins to listen to<< d.no*' Cemetery, lit'HIiiuljur.. The .
Day May 31. Special rates have been i I, every call of duty exceptingthe MI-
r cnsket was supplied I tie Thomas
K., granted by the various railroads from 'health one that tells her to guard her .y Capital . . . . . . . . . . . $50.00000( > .1"
and before she realizes it some Unuertaktng Cbtnpat)
all the principal points in North and 1 derangement of the female has -- -
organs Surplus and Undivided Profits. . SO.OOO 00 =
South Carolina, Georgia Alabama sud manifested it-self, and nervousiievs and Mrs. Nichols' Card P. rt,.

Florida. These tickets will be on sale irritability take the place of happiness Mrs: C\. NiohoU.! : I let elegant :)<)... Sit lu.tvet' a parking! bunlnem. wttto laellttl.s.Qual to any ban In abe State BOleta:
> and amiability. i lab. oo.,iauor r..rmer.. MerobsnM.CtJrp< each day during the exercises which home, :301 Lane:: Orange t>tn>ft, entertained b' iitoU!srraotfemenl All biwlne ar..Ma" Promptly

will enable visitors to go and come at I a number of !in'tds. Ht card H. E. TAYLOR. Cashier

{. their pleasure. I Wednesday afternoon it.t it >. need --- - .- -- '

The program embraces a strong Hat sa lee to lillli that the H:T-tir. V\H l'11t'

t of notable speakers and is especially thoroughly enjoyed b, u n..' llrl'lI..nt G. S. MERCHANT & GO. :

attractive. Drs. :Moore and Momentare tit 1: Peliciou r"frelllhmt'III' tiers served y.
Retailer and Jobber InStaple ..
among the foremost pulpit orators during the aftt'roool1111: altogether, {

r.. of the whole country and l>r. Kent il' the ticonMon was a social success. :;

4 widely known as an eloquent platform ..j 1:, II and Fancy Groceries
peaker. The following\ is the com- Ill* r.,ll.lr"l l.lnrr. ,
plete I l>iirlnc om of tin Inf 'n 11,1 1-'C't'ltI.\I\.
e program : I ,
Sunday. May 28th-11 a. m. baccalaureate \,hie'" f..llt1Ullt' of tin 1)et11N'ratle Grain Garden Seed and Fertilizer
mass' iioetln; In >< Yoik In the ,
sermon by President W. W. L s. e ) ,.
d ; ,
.r ,, 1 i l'tllll'nilol\ UM>| a "c>>utliMiiMiiva<< Into SOOTH SIDE SQUARE i t i OA1NF.SVILLS. FLO KID A.
Moore D. D. LL. I).
Richmond, Va.
trIMhlc..1 e\-lr:; '*''\U1oiit' Cli'viMniul II"I.
'8 p. m., annual sermon before the Y. r.j.a _w. : "Mr. Trunk Itrook" Highest; market price! paid for Chicken. Egg and other Prixiae

M. C. A., Rev. Alfred II. Moment. D. I. "I inn Prank II. Jk..kl4.Ir.:: ('It',...- .,

D., Raleigh, N. C. \4... C land." said' 1 he, "autl I rant tory glad to A Complete stuck'! of Hay Corn Oats .Flour $rAn, Meal, Cotton fled Meat .rand

Monday May 29th! -a. m., class-day ?fPJ/Iot1Qn I bate ltu honor of iin'viintr you, HA I b3T WH handle only the VERY RENT Roods at the LOW "

4 exercises ; 8pm., closing exercises of I. - -- -
'; the literary societies. Speakers : I Tired nervous and irritable the I ba.l. )
"liultv, Bald the ox |pr."I..nt.lId
President Henry Louis Smith before mother is unfit to care for her chil-

i, the Phi. Society ; Dr. J. E. Mills, University I dren and hercondition ruins the child's how wens that prayV"Von \
j NpiK>lutil tin fonxul at Trl-
disposition and reacts her>elf.
.' of North Carolina before the The mother ahouId not upon be blamed M Pllt." .Southern Railway.

Eumenean. she no doubt is Buttering with backache 111110'4",1. And wa- that nn ngrwahl:

Tuesday May 30th-9 a. m., annual headache!, bearing-down pains or plnci to jff '" .

t'' meeting of board of trustees ; 12 m., displacement, making life a burden. .I "1 rnn't tell you," l.uiifliol: the other. .
Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound "I didn't Tote unliiry wan not ouch
annual address Dr. University go
Kent is the unfailing cure for this Hffcctlve April 10, 1005.Ve .
I could change the
as accept you
_ of Virginia ; 8 p.m., anniveroary condition. It strengthens the female -- .
consul -- -- - --
npi'oliitiiH-nt to general at Ht.I --- .
and --- -- -- -- ----------- --- ---- ---- --- --
of literary societies-orator's organs permanently cures all displacements
and irregularities. >ter..biirg." 3 ,.tl mle Trains East: >o. 81 No. SO :North and We.t. N*. IS
a' contest ; 10 p. m., alumni reception _. .
"That better Mr. Cleveland. -- -
Such testimony as the following was replied -
+ Wednesday, 31st-10:30 a.m., ahonld convince women of Its value : "How did you llk.. .. that ritpltalT" Lv Jacksonville, So. i> :'JOaU 7. Mp I.. Jacksonville, Fla. So. Ky.So 7 *5p
commencement exercises ; 4 p. m., Dear Mrs. PInkham Mr. nrooks laughed again. "I illiln't Lv Jesup Ho, Ky Mat IU 40p Lv Jesup. (la. H,. lOBOpSOOa
Lv Havannah 80. U: 15a0UOa Ar Macon Ky BOp Ho.
athletic exhibition ; 9 p. m., receptionby "I want.to tell you bow much good Lydia E. go there .either" said lie. "I was coml Ky.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound baa don DM. o.KJ ttofipSo Ar Atlanta, OaArKomv.Oa. . 80. Ky.So. 6 lOa
literary societies and fraternities. I suffered for eight yean with ovarian called .by" family reasons to refuse" that Charlotte So. Ky 1005p UMal'J51p Rf.Ho. 7 30a
--- troublI was nervous, tired and Irritable gift I tl"'. Ar CreentK. Ky 12: Ma : Ar Dalton. t is : Ky.Ho. aSa:
FOUND DEAD IN ROAD. and it did not.J as though I could "i h"kl' hands again." exclnlme the Danville .S.i. It, 'JKy (}cis :a lop Chattanooga. TennArl.eilngton.Ky Ky. 946&
stand it any longer, as I bad aye children to IItntl'1l11l1l heartily "I have met maD,. Ulenmond Sow, BftXa d41p Q..tsO.: 621)A ;\)

Aged Colored Woman of LaCrosseMet car Compound for. .Lydia... recommended K. rinkham's and Vpt it has-table MIttrly notMlile men III my tlin..>. but never he. Ho Ky 4 17a 4 :tP! Aelnelnnntl.O .tjO.. 7 4 )o

a Sudden Death."Aunt" cured me. I cannot thank you enough: for a eniocrat who had refused two Ar Charlottesville HJ, Ky 6O2si 8 i opBftOp Lr tJlholnnat\ O. Mig Four 1440p
for your letter of advice and for wbat Lydia oft......,.."--<'rlterlon.AM Ar Washington. So. It, D 4iis A r \ Rig Four r.10aM"34p
Phenus Minge an aged colored R. Pinkbam's Vxretabl Compound ban done llaltlmur I' Lv Cincinnati 1'.1.1n.
ttWM..... I'h. HofTnian, 100 Hlmroi -- Ar K. K. 118'a 11 2Ap U .
woman of snte bellum days, who threat Drooklyn. N. Y" '........ *. Wit Ar W. Ph'd-l'ia I' K K. 1 4&p ::111\( ArChlnavo. Ill I Pa Lines 7 10*

has resided in the vicinity of LaCrosse Mrs. Pinkhara advises sick women The late toil Isiinrfnte, while ate A r New York l I'.. _I K. lt.4I9p:-- -!'.3Oa Lv Oinoiiiuatl, OAr 0. 11. tt U.Mnnnn. l 4p

( for the past half a century, is dead. free. Address Lynn W..... t"lullnIh... Irate <-<'iin'.K tit Tho No. 34-".,.."W York and Florida 1 Kijiress. Chicago III -7--.3a
Her lifeless form was discovered in the 11 KCII'. altriK-tetl the aiientloii of the ." Dally rullmau Drawing KooinSleeping fv (Jiitoinuatl C. 11.E If. D p

;, public road near LaCrosse by Julius c1..h'KItt. by taking n..te< with a fountain Car fort Tampa and Jaeason Ar Toledo. OAr C. II. A t>. 6 2+1a

Robinson a colored man, early Wednesday LIBRARY CONTRIBUTIONS. ism the handle of whlrh WIM ville to New York l !trolt! Mich P. M. 72Aa

morning while Robinson was formal by the shell of a iiinuluiii bul No 8( -"\\'..,hlnirton and Florida r.jhlclnnatf,t1 icla.ii( pl.lnalt..tt.

Twentieth Century Library Received let. One tiny, ttnyx n bloKru|>tt en route to his work. More Valuable Books. I of n tllrt'IJ(1I'r., excltei H oo in Sleeping ear! Jacksonville ClnclnnslT;OLv Dig Four 99t1'p
The death of ".o\unt"I'ht'Du., as she I by the heat of limn ,IMI'NNOM| | In New York Arl.v.lsndI Hiir Koiir IJ 43&

.. was widely and familiarly known, removes The residents of Uainesville areshowing the Ililcri-HtH of IM',IICI. nil 111 to bluishnrply lir1'''sUtitou",; f Iy; tic. '1f,. 681)p:
another of the old timers from their appreciation of the : "ltroulCb "1'b.a.." of the Mky" >tJ. 8U Ar Louisville, Ky Ho. n,. MlOp

,. this world to probably something better Twentieth C..nturll.lbr'Ul by contributions ":\1 ly lord, It Itn't right for you to .... / Ar St ..""I., Moa !Ho K73Zs

_ a beyond. This type of negro is be of valuable works. use that iniinli-nMi ln-ll In thIs '-<>nITT' Lv Savannah Jsoktmivlllo,
Doming rapidly extinct' and within the Tho latest contributions are as follows I *.**. Tbe liMlrnineiitN UMIM] l>y |HTSOH4 I A r Columbia, K (7 pit' Ky rtSo t'M + Hlrinlnghsni Ala H... n,. 11 44a
: Icy Mis; Willie Adarnson. three nr nlmo i-inlilrriiHtlf" They ran I Ar Asheville X. OAr KyHo. i fA' Memphis, T.nn . Frlsau strip "
few will be virtually thingof .1
next a tap' .
years Kansas (lily. Mu "'rl. o 9 4t')a
volumes. The Confession or a Wife, b.H-otn < n jmrt of th.'tnselres. nn <>x- I Hot Hprlnir, *, N OAr lvHo. | --" -- -.- -- --._
_ the past. I Th. Iutpr Christian! and Naughty i pntMi| >ii of their hleas Mini ur their ls'r Knuiville. TetinAr KyNo. H (DpH i Xf.mj>his, Tenn H 30p
notified of the .. . .
Justice Knight was IIVIlIt lily ..,,,1.111. Ky Ma IdotNpringsArk_ 9 WAr
death, but owing to extreme age and I Nan : ny ;Mrs. J. I. KelUy. Vicar ofWaketleld II "..rlt r.-innri-fotif Minlliil, lint unlit ArKt l 14101. Ho Uy 4 bin No. IN-"The Florida 1.lIlth"d.I'

with a knowledge that the deceased and Dickvns' Character nothing Tli\ ,* folb.wing luy his ( Ar Cincinnati! (j A () M |flNo. Dslly Solid vrtllbalti train, through

bad been in ill health for some time, ::ketches want log to wrlti xouictlilnir, I IIfn.1"lth"j clay coaches anti Pullman Sleeping
The library roost whth is locatedin :*)-luiljr Pullman Drawing Cars, Jacksonville to Cincinnati!,
and the KngllMh .lIplfllllllt to borrow a
he deemed
*n inquest unnecessary U"a ami IIiitT.t Sleeping" Car between ,
No, |tt- l'ullmsn )Jra"hut Room
she was removed and buried by friends. the Miller! Law Kichange, is opendaily The Muib.. ai!"r pltllel out of hi. i J.,. .nnYIII.. and l Cincinnati 8U"pln. Car li iwe n Jaokionville' :
except Hundsy, and is visited by poket sn old fii.lil<*n">i| |M>n nude of a
t --- -- -- Klrnilngham Memphis and Kansas
A DELIGHTFUL SURPRISE. a great many who manifest a deep Interest /gray iroo** quill nod after the borrower lltrellent: IMnlnir 'ar Hertlce. CUT "
.. in literature bad finished ..1., ;
rfood 'I ----- ----- -- ------ '
"Mousleur It l-n't right for to .
Epworth League Tenders to Miss Andrews -- - you AltltlVALS AT JA( KHONVILl.t:. '
ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT. use! sucli an hl4''rutnent In thU con
Linen Shower.
a .-r-t. The In-lruuirnts UMN! by per. From New York Washington, etc.-No. 70> Washington and Florida Limited. t
The Junior Kpworth League of the -- Florida and sons are < -inbUnistlc.. They can ." U ;aa 1 a. m ;i
South Florida to West
t From New York Washington. .t&.-No, "Washington and Florida Kxpress. -
Methodist church tendered a lurpri.elinen 1e.ume' part of tlt"n".I"H| an ipre_ 'j i
A. "
Georgia over the S. 7i40 p. m. .
Miss II. the lon of their of their
shower to Virginia Id..u. .navD.I-
The annual eicuilon of the Hr a board From (:In ln..cl, A.bnlll..llo.-SU. :Sfl, '"Washington and Florida (Lliu
daughter of Col. and Mrs. J. Ity" "
-charming !Ited, D.nOa. in.
Air Line Railway will b*> given May ..
:9ti .U. Andrews Thursday evening, at the 18th and 10th. Train No 31 will leave From Chicago<< Cln.lnnstl. Atlanta, etc.-No, 14, ".'Ia. Limited" 1t:3: a. m .

., home of her parents. Tampa May lath ; special from Jack OISCRIMINATINQ LAO 1 18. +
'" The engagement of Miss Andrews onvillfl morning of May Idth. and J. C. l.l'Ma, DUtrlrt la. .srarr Avcat, IOH M'. Hay HI., JarkMavlll, .

." and Mrs II. John lioodnow of West H. II. IIAauWICSC I'. T M. W. H.TAVI.OK.O, I' A, llaooKs
" from CainesviUn train No. 54 May n.l.y .... /ler le/d. t.a '_., .,
: : moreland K H., is announced and the 19th. The following rat. from Cial".j Itm It1.lI..IIv.s._. . -- _ _. _.J

f marriage will occur Monday morning. vine proper, for return ticket Th. Is41. who bars tamed Newt.ro'S
i z. The bride-to-be is a prominent young I Cltl.urrl. Live. Oak. 2.,6 ; ) I lUrplcW. *p*.k "f M In IhMxhecl Gainesville & Gulf Railway Company
!f.. lady and a member of the League, and hdl.on'j trm tor M* rt\tt\ k .Kett In rt..an.I"
' desired e3ft> ; Monllcello 14 ff) ; Tallahassee, I Ih. salp of d.lldr,," and aIM for .It. .f.
friends honor
her numerous to ".1.10. (iincy, fOO; River Junction, j' cetlenc a. a sr'-M'-rsI hslr-...ln. Itnaak. Time Table la .ff..l April V. lgo4.

fa'\;',, her. a); ltalnbridge.$5t1), j'j't j .. the It cal| '*.! r reel and It stUre _ ..____ -1 r ,', --or.
:*' There were many handsome presents that Itching whl.h dsmlruff will eau...
Tickets will be limited
seven days 4.s. I I
the affair Newttro's llMf.li Je ffctlrrU .lIr. No. No. 8.
e, and altogether was a eielutivft of date of sale K: C. Cobb, Mrufr, .. It A*."",.. lb. term that Dally No. 4. No. 8. No. 1. I I No. 3 IHtlrKJU'

' v most delightful.: one. Agent. Gainesville, dlf. I tsu.ee It. The ear''. seem enow. hair lo Ezo't''! Daily !MU,. HTAT10NM. DaUI.Dall"'! piMundy
Immediately fall out, awl 'later '-.H >....; In kllllnr It, I i Han
make theirdeparture . A Pleasant Drive JI.rp)rM. 'op. fang, : hale ant pf.v nlet i I
.Mv*... It M sin an M*.l half ..,--- I II
moreland, wr er* they, will reside A select party of young people, participated ln.. for It a.ndar"t O"r.tlC""> charm toth I I 'I I
.I heir that I. q tie dUftnttlv. Roll Lv A M,Lv Pal Lv A at A,. f U;,Ar PM ArPM '.
Coifs Rebekah Lodge. in a drag ride to tiewcan'eLake ty |..dlnr 9rogrlat. Rend Yt*. In stamputo 74" : 7 'U .. . . . .1 .. .......Kalrflald. .., ........ 1 21) 8 10 ..
;y Wednesday evening The party. )' r .....1101<1 to The ltrpWkl Co.. De 7 M 181\ . . . .; . .'I... .. .."1...,..."...... "..*..*. ..I 101 t 8(1) ,
: A regular meeting Coif ax Kebekah which wa chaperoned by Mi. Kittle i f i troll UMrbu M (tiH ;2 4A . . . r. ... .. .. Duocarvaurb ....r..r.... : 1 01) AMI

Lodge No. 2, I. O. O. F will be held at Carll.I., comprl..J five eouples. After J. M. ......If.r4 A ('... HaevlalJ. ..&....1. :1 Ma . . . .I- .. . >atba! w s the lodge room over Duttou's bank at H JO r > . . . : >.......... Hl t..a..........". .. . . 12 60< //I 4\
this evening There will a delightful drive a short stop was I .- ---- -, .- _.- .. N 1* a 10 . ...... .??..... Lk* ilmontoa...... ...... . .1:1 4Ai2 6 Mlh
?:3) o'clock mad. at the lake, the young people ,.- .VIt 3311 ... .. . . ... Mlcunopjr ... ... .. ,,... . . .'::1'311 1\3')
Abe work and a full attendance is des taming with a feeling.: that they had I ,\ ) ,A'lvrOX"CIYIL >w s til . . . ._ . .,...TIIoCO...."_._.' ... |: *.it i ;A 20"to"

irrd. Promptness in attending will been well remunerated for the time i j 3 Vt . . . .I i . . ., Kirk wood.... . . !. . . .. .'12 !1ACljratt 5 11
be appreciated. Visiting K b.kahs ERGIIEER AID SURTETOB H Fad.) a 6S . . . .: . .... .. ... ......;. .. . . [111O 310
' receive fraternal welcome. Harbin. Duir is Real Esttlf.f < 0 a .14 . . .1., .. ....W..hoota" . . I_ . . . ia ooPoint. 4 a.*
will a U Ifr .t", . . . . .I . ... .Rne., .. .. . .,!i. . . . II 43It 444
(iBRTacDK: : ClAHMA*. N U. Will overcome indif estioa and dy'- : II IbAr 6 lI' I. : .. 12 3J 411)
II, hoi 1V3, (UiKssviLLS FLA, j . . ..fJan4Tll! ....... | >
R. Secretary. I 4 16 L. II 9i 3 JIJ
ft STTS: : -' p.p.ia, i regulate the bow.U and eure J1 tie Ly 20 III) 10Al
liver and kidney complaints. It I. tbbe 1.\ 4 41 4 13'i i .......Itsllanay.. ... ./., H 66 I" 2MJIUO :
Do Not be Imposed Upon. Prompt AUlat nn 10 AlllUoin.., : a ..S 7 ( .. ...__. <..,'11.. .... .....1 N to 130 164
.t blood *n richer and Invigorator lathe 12 yt ''T Cfl ''T _.. ...Clrabacn..... ..,. It 93SAO 11 2'J IIC
Foley A Co.. Chicago originated world. It (s portly vegetable, perfectly - 13 40 T 1A Ar 7 2H ..._ Ham peon City ..... A :JrJ .VV) 110
j' Honey and Tar as a throat and lung.: harm. and should! yon Ur a J. .f. J HAZEL .1.4i' : "iii) 10 60I .. Pslstkc. ti. $. ,.. p 000 s ....... '-*

,K, remedy, and on account of the .:rnta.rie sufferer from i....*. YOU will os. It If . . . . . . . . . .. . _ . . .. .... .. ....... J
of Foiey's Honey . . . 4Hn'r Ita ..Lk.Clty .. A r... 704I p 1.2 ...... J
and i-opulariiy JOG are wlt i. K N Andrews, editor, 1 1 Practical Boiler-Xikei and luJlllht. . . I1(1 pi M,..TsJI bjwe*., H. jl. L. .t. 4* pi........ t
...- and Tar many Imitations are offered and manager OMOS sad Hockicdge . ,.... I l II U _.Valdosta N. M. ft ,... 4 eoTflO 1 to, .......

,. for the genuine. Ask for Fol.,'. Hon Newt Coco. FJa writes : "1 have All Work Guaranteed Katiifaclory.; .. ._...j i w at! :4? PIa ...,..Ksv0oo O. H. A 1,1180, l4Z fO't a ...... .
' and Tar and rvfos* any substitute oed Ilerbin- in my family, cad .. ...i 78S 7 1& I> .......AtlartU. C. of 0..._ ...... +
''iif.J will yoar Lt FM A* AM Ar IH Lp,* > i'! :y' offered aa no other preparation find I. a BKMtsimlUBt ra 4ieiA.. Its &i1Z 8. OakAve. OalcssvllU, Fla. .> na c. _.
{ the same satisfaction It is rmld- base bMa mark "'
give .ff a
t. ly laxative. It contains no opiates and .4*b*U.umyself by W. )I. J ba.oo.* -.--... .. -. -. --....- ." Trains u4 4 40 SK*ran btw' ..n Ote.TfU..Ml F.t..*>4. ,a. B s dU: ,;"J""

4* palest tot ...Ud,.. and deUeal per Ui*..vlll.. ria.. and J. O. Blsaop, Advertise in Tha Sun L. K.' 'Ail ',: .oa4. Sold by J.. W. McColloaa A Co. .U.duJa. Fla, J r fULL 1 A.p.,ot, -_.1J- ...,.-" '"'l Jt.I r'w.A; .' ;.,- ,",.. .;;f41r..:.,
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heJCatered -, :gt1t1t ably of Lord ..d Yet THE JOY OF LIVING
; In a lengthy' written editorial It I*> tb> If 011. un YCLLY nE,4.LIZEII SYII1tN TOO
la Net. Tart of It. CAN
1 The Dally Florida San comes out It is a curiouw fact that the woolsackon ENJOY GOOD 'HEAL'TH

atf the Port Office 'Qtolnea.mel'1a.' squarely for uniform text books In the which the lord chancellor sits In the

a r .a e or.4-clM mall.atoner. schools of Florida, believing it not only British house of lords Is not strictly

r r the cheapest bat the be.t. After urging speaking In the house of lords and
H. H. MCCRKABY.Editor and Publisher. books when the time chancellor
free text this l Is why when the lord
e' W. W. ASHLEY. .Associate Editor. comes so the State can do it, which rises to take part In debate be first of
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JE88E! E. B0RTZ. City Editor. The Florida Sun think will" be aided all moves. away from the woolsack to 0

by the use of uniform text book, the his own place as a peer before be
; LOUIS J.' BRUMBY. Uenl Traveling Acent.P. .Jlf>llks.
f article concludes .. follows:
The fact too, explain why noble
.I + M. PREWJTT.Supt Con>po lT>.RoomuBtOFFICK "We do not think it Is necessary! for lord. who desire to avoid voting sometimes toot Burr

us to discuss the details of the system to the woolsack -
; merely withdraw
r 05': WMain. Street:,PORTER 8. BLOCK Tu.EI'HONS4J-4 The Legislature he full informationon where, not being in a parliamentary The Popular Liver Medicine
the subject supplied by the Ciover sense within the house they are

v THE UAIVY fX,published: rrrry morning except nor, who has submitted reports from not counted In a division. Will Keep You Well
y Monday,delivered by carrier In the city,or every county superintendent of public Again though the lord chancellor Is
a nailed;to any part of the United Klate,postage TORPID
instruction in this State ai.d many; now Invariably a peer he Is not nt'CH""arlly GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by -
fre,for nix month flay three A
Jj a year '2.50 ; not fill system
so and as n matter of fact the ana imPURE BLOOD. Do your
h month;or 30 rent for five wcelut-Mrictly in from nther>State, LIVER rank
"a office bill been heM several times in the with Arsenic, Calomel and Quinine. They act as
"He baa also turned over to the the ,. and leave a trail
pant by commoners.", In such cases! the which vitiatethe blood, debilitate system .
of books with] to obliterate, nEKBINE >
Legislature samples ,
*r Reading notice*in local column: 10 cent .llne lord chancellor could take no part In of bad symptomswhich require years l narcctto
al for Ilrat Insertion! and 3 s cent for each additional prices, reports from book concerns and debate, not having a plnce in the houseas is purely vegetable and contains and i is no the mineral simple or remedy e*
IDaut! other information collected by him poisons, is absolutely harmless
a. a peer and his functions as speakerwere in the system and leaves DO
Kate for dUplay advertUing: nude known on during the last three months. strictly limited to the putting of : nature. It carries off all poison
application. "We hue not examined the exhibit. questions! and other formal proceedings injurious

' The Twice-a-Week Bun U an eight-page, forty- of the Governor and we are not competent regulated by precedent from the CURED BY HERBINE AFTER OTHER

column paper, published every Monday and to express an intelligent opinionas woolsack.A REMEDIES FAILED
: Thurdy, and contain all the new of the to the merits of the McCreary bill
week, local, Slate and general, and will be bill. Servile douse of JLonl. Mr. L. A. Hicks Iredel1, Texas, says: "I wag
nailed, postage free, to any part of the United or the Crane When King Henry VIII.'. name was lick in'bed for eighi good liver trouble, the
+ t r .State or Canada for'1.00 a yer-in advance.All "We have studied the question as a spoken In his presence In the house of doctor seemed to do me no I was told to try
whole end we declare in favor of the lords every peer prostrated himself Her bine, and it cured me in a short timeh'i I cannot"
advertising bill become due after oral uniform school book system. with Asiatic servility An entry in the recommend this wonderful medicine g y.

appearance of advertlaement, unlea otherwisestipulated "Let the Legislature work out the records of the house gives the sub TAKE IT NOW
in Parties not known to
contract. na
. war L will be required to pay for advertising in ad. details and pass the best bill possibleto stance of a speech delivered by the LARGE BOTTLE 50c GET THE GENUINE
I chancellor Jan. 16. 1541. In which
" wfk tmnce.. .A44RM. TUB DAILY BUN frame to pat the system into effect. on
C/UNMVIU.B. Pus I the king's goodness and 'wisdom are Ballard Snow Liniment Co.ST. .
extolled, and it tells us that wheneverhis
---- NOT A MAN. '
majesty was mentioned, "which LOUIS U. S. A.
( The Fitthogh Lee Monument Association
y "
hnppened often. all the lord prostrated
Ye has been organised at Kich In speaking of the crimes commit. themselves bowing to the

mond. ted in this State recently: directly I, ground as one man.
k chargeable to the misconduct or intimacy SOLO AND RECOMMENDED BY

Greene and Da/nor wanted In Geor between married and ....._.
Force .r the
W, )(. JOHNSON Gainesville, Fla. ; J. C. BISHOP, Alschua, Fla.
? ala for defrauding, are making a big men other than their husbands The Cut off the future, and man hi the

4i, fight to .'aID Montreal, P. Q. Daily Miami Metropolis says that the most timid of c .tOI'f'S. The demons -

I men are not alone to blame, as there and dragons are too terrible for him "'''' ''''''''''''''
to face and attack. But spread before
It remained for a deacon of the are many designing women, who, "by
him the Illimitable future and be will
I church to strike the blow that killed a smile can make a man her slave." .1 I
dare all things, certain of victory at (
the prohibition measure at Tallahassee. Possibly this may be trne, bat the last. Any night, however filled with

t specimen of man who is thus led by: weeping can be endured by one who If You Are Insured. Q

Jokes about "the tweet girl grad. woman t. what is termed a "man of knows that joy Is coming ID the morn *

t uate" are now In order. Some very old straw;" a puppet, and the world Is better ing. C

ones may be had of the syndicate off without him. No man of much I In a Company that I is Responsible; Have a Policy Correctly 1
+ houses. sense will be led by anyone all the .....'. Teafed It. Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company *

+: time, and although there are many Ue-It's impossible to please everybody 1 Pays Loeees Promptly \
In this worM Isn't It? She Idon't
U.! The war news in the Far East: has men who will/ defend true ,",womanly I
know. I never tried It.-Detroit
been to meagre for the past two weeks qualities at all times, the one that will Free Press. I C You Are Assured 1
that many people are wondering what sacrifice principal to satisfy a deprav..dDatare I '

'' I. the mater is of little value! and is lackingin The small courtesies sweeten life I t

E the qualities that go to make up the greater ennoble 1t.BoTf'e.PIMPLES. 0 That refuge.no serious loss can overcome you without! you have come "- 'r
4 Theodore Roosevelt says he will not true manhood. He is a man slave ,

f c be a candidate for President again. Hex -_-n-__ "__-_ _-_ -_ ,. ;
; will not, a* President, see the beef Secretary Taft has been credited \ ?
Fire Life Accident and Health
trust trial finished. with nearly paralyzing the three hue : e Insurance. 4

n dred railway magnets at Washington,
y' The strike It reported to be more at a dinner party, when, after being "'1 tried all kind of blood .......4U. welch fellow i / None but Eellabie Companies Represented CA
kk to da good but I have found th. rich thinetlMt.
quiet In Chicago and the department introduced as the apostle from the e.e.ar.
4ly f.r.wes fall or plmpl and black
k' ,tores and express companies are re- Philippines, he emphatically declared .....a.l.. After the taking..... of('..r.r.ILora"and they reeomm.Bdlnc mil .left. J MBontlntlni 0
amlug business I aln, that railway legislation must come 'k.n to my fr1n << ; noralnt. 'Hop to h.r. caae tu reeomm..2 CUSHMAN: : SI860. -
4. that if the railway men of the countrywere I W.a&.MIh./ ., \ ,
-- --- whim,IS Elm & Newark N.l.
: If the new fish bill passes the Legislature wise they would aid and not hinder Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA {

rf. the State will get $56.000 a year it. Silence reigned as he spoke his best For .

shy revenue from that source by the tax: mind on the subject of rates. He said, DwJsCANClcArrwrlfr "/"/"/"/" '

op lh! boats and net, he was positively against government .,.---

ownership, believing that nothing so
4 Conspirator August W. Machen will deleterious could come to the country
' as this solution of the. question. "But." I Ir'
be taken out of prison and tried again,
1.4; .o he. will hare something coming' he continue, "you cannot run railroads I H.F.DUTTON&CO.DEALERS

, {4 when his present term I. finished. a. you run a private business. .

I You must respond to the pablic. If Pleasant.r U' bU. Po..,,'.Tut.coal.nn lined ) IN-
)*.....)u.k.a, tr.ak.u or(trip* 1*..>ic,.e..N.. roM
*. the Governor there is danger of discrimination then I 1 I la kol*. Th. i-B tn tabf (tamp* U C C.Ctaraat4 .
Probably thing
next ...:; back.atMllac (
to can of jomt Sea
a you must allow the establi4hment of N.Y. Island: Ocxtrfcom.- :-,*
LaFollette of Wisconsin will do, whenhe Rmady Co.,Chicago or 90S
desires to look after the game laws, some tribunal that will remedy that JU.NUALSALE, TEN MILUOM BOXES .

1 'L: !II to protect the muskrat for /Statedinner : discrimination.. ____ ____ _____ - ____._ ______ I Sea Island Cotton Seed, Bagging and Twine. Walrus

i .. _________ Leather in f
Bullet Claims Two Victims. or Sides.
' r The Troy, ::. Y., collar Marchers Sharon 1'.., May 11.-Inflamed with FOLEY'SHONEYwDTAR

r who are on strike should not cause jealiius rK John Soro kl shot and II :Manufacturers of the James Doi ; Improved English

much trouble In having the starch John Ser h and
kllUM Mrs < her IeC"lAr.old I Sea Island Cotton Gin, and Supplies for Same. I
taken. out of them utili. season of ) nephew Frank Roccl and

;I' the year. _H _.. .. ___ I then fatally wounded himself The per ; GAINESVILLE FLORIDA, USA
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I I lew say that the bullet which causedti
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The products of many cotton mills in : ><. ,,-.. m..n'* death pasftetl. through bei '- -- --- --q--- --

the South are told up u> January, anda hotly and) killed the boy. The original J .

number of mill are uppllrd with I

.uttlelf ni raw material to deal until the When It Rained Icicles LAXATIVE cough remedy.genuine FaySholosTypewriter

new crop i I. ready. Oantl lUi'l ---- - I
---- - y one of the nVrcest halt and rims storm I FOl.EY'3 HONEY and TAR U r.I .

On* would be led to boiler from ever witnessed' here ban in the shapeof : a Y.ll.w |.acka,.. Refuse .ub. tu&.Mo. ,

f reading the telegraph news regarding! huge, hard Icicles fell with terrific I I Pr.p.'.d only by a

[ the strike In Russia that it wen a free force, breaking windows in hundreds ...., A Company. Cnio c..
51W country: They act just the tame as of residence and doing untold damsge
do Fur .ale!' b) J, >V. M.f.llwiw .. ,
they In free America
fruit In the surroundinc
to coun .'( Ii>OW I.E1XJED "
try. The storm lasted an hour.
"Camilla." the serial running in The LIEN AND WOMEN. THE REST i

ocala planner seem to l>. g':!tliug Deafness Cannot be Curedby r I I r.ace ranw. tea Sk w ref.a..t.ral K.t'III1E OX THE JUnKET I. : ....H
.. .
along In the lame old way, a* we noticein ,. .. tfl..toa...t. .le.ralbla.a .
local I applications, a. they cannot r wr. .f se. a..b.a.w.p.w..rra.o Has Tabulator
the l last installment that "the mystery reach the diseased portion of the ear.There .. itfwCMvciiCa. .Pa.at...earr... sad..S..,..o.weeitatans trta. UnlYfRCAl KfTROARD I I ox :
deepens." This it a very refresh .t.1 ay ears..... \ \ '1:1
i I. only one way to cure deafness, Every Machine.
' i iog diversion! from the time-honored t.a.s. k..at la Nat.M : ..
remedies, N. I'.eat.
and that Is by constitutional .eps.r. p.e .
i "the plot thicken." 'fab.ttf..5* !
P* fnes. is caused' by en i inflamed con* 'ta.&er MN Mi 9..IQ.ueu .
I.iftht .
t Shift
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--- --- -- -"- tilt ion of the niut>o' lining: of the' Running Th
The eommitte on education of the lt.etaelIan 'l'u'"o'D this ")boo (1. r Champion Speed Writers of the World
,' J.el.atur| : hat reported'favorably MIrJenaiorTraminell's inflamed you have a rumbling sound or te the
'imp.rfe t hearing and wb.n itisvotirwly -) raj.S.-.o.es Mora! Fay-Shole Ina .
s bill requiring! the closed, deafness is lh. result, PATENTSIM u.. < (iaint'n' .';> t' an other machine
teaching of the elementary principle and unless the inflammation! ran tie | any
of sericulture and the elements of taken out and this tub restored to (Iis.
normal condition, hearing will bot de. i .. ..O otrtwoeo.r++"""+
civil In For '
government all the Sale
common ..(. by.
sass, e..I flglq..lthaw . J
stroyvd fL'.r; nine ae out of tea r ===-. -sa.r'a
school of the State of Florida, and to ....
: .r*caused by catarrh, which is nothing 'antr .-> AI1 COYTl11ta.
provide a penalty in case any county but au inflamed condition of the mucous Ai-v. a..va rill C.....,..- ....... THE SON CainesYDle s Fla.
board education fails to provide for surface. h .,.". ,'s,...,. e,
r. Mlta ...Rvetlw" tadaaiusty.w .
I tc, the leaching' the same. This willneeestitaie We offer On. Hand red IVUUrs He- ...M..1...r..
ward for any ease of deafness caused' by ass __ s..w _"-'. ........... ab_ ''I
t teachers to pass an examination {. 0at.rrh that cannot b e cured by Hall'sCatarrh ra>...'''i.Tow. o. C.13UZ. .-- -- -- --- I
upon these making ,
tubj+cu, Cur
!' their duties snore arduous, bat therwis F\ J CursBT A Co.. Toledo, O.

4't', u' crease no provision in their: salary.for a rrcportloaat In- rauoa Tak'Gold by dnac Family.u. I&c.CiiUire I"tUsttoecoaatl. I.Advertise lITHE SUN s

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HAS A Ozomulsion I- ;-OF DIONYSIUS. -- I Two \,,.,.. In lift lltrowa! .., ;r

There nw twit u-njn to Ret IItronlt. ,
I On* of the .'..nooVhl.| rrlnf "I.e-. tilt' ii<>tlvf> and the pa-wire. To turn It; .

r $5,000 FIRE CURES I the V.'urlU.Atuons CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILSWHY ii.Mih; one brie ennerettatlaetratlozl.: ,

Cold rW.iainoiiift. ConitbsUrlp and I'ottftninptton., luonehltU.Catarrh.Sor.Tbro.V A Noart.hinc! K0.... the notublo \valp! <'ruts\ \\ ):: ptacee Best Couttm Senn Titers Coat. tin it.t tlvi trt'uhll'ut'lIl1ll1 <<'OblPrllI.1'11 !e "
M.......B.for-h.Tir.,f Mot..r and -.h.F.l.,Thiu Child. of the world 1 b* the "Em; <>f Dii ny. U,. to time. Id tr druccrsta.Y ".\ \ +ic irons" cxcieise of till the jnu t+
slus" of ancient S It In vies! "f kite tlflIn the fresh rejavnatIIIK -
& Co.'s Ginnery Burned to Writ.. b> Lttcr or PoitU Card to >raeue: is
I Oo
I.:5 the Ground Tuesday. In au elliptical< arch with ,1.! >''' parallel inu' Nun n* ODO might obtain In'tb --
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r' -i H l M to lt; axis' perfectly' ".->'t>,iti nnd --.- .- --- abed ..tftlon mini. Icy this method
I' Noted Prohibitionist Dead. 'o.t.1 with n slight I.Ilahh': + Inrruwtatlou I you nro able ti) relish and digest any '
ONE Sandersville. Ga.. May 11.-Colonel that renders Its rei|' '., 1I..1.\u TRAVEL ABROAD thliig/ ishort of shoe peffi. '

I I C. R. Prlntjle died of pneumonia at nmarlngly I sonorous! It 1"! Ii I I.'>'' high, Tin I iMistUw' IIwtlwtl gees nt It tb",t' v
antnrrlrnn ) Building and a Greater Part of I his residence! In this city.! Colonel fl'ol\ 17 tn :8:.') in breadth and l '" ; diH'p. "lu.ly tn HIM Hum l.nnil. other way nl>out. Instead!' of exercl- t,

Machinery Was Newand the Loss Prince! : was onef Sandersville's It has uu awful and gloon, \' npi\ >tMr ln>; tbnt OIIM may "Itt. on* eatthat
When I'aj no \\ roti"Thoro's :NoI.IKo l'lat't' h
\ With most valuable! and highly honored citi ante. nhlrh i. with\ its! amiMiyii.tpo.+I one truly exen-lso.. .\ (let !I... tll..rlh.)
One No Insurance.
Heavy Homo, ho liilM' |MN'tit* rxprrvvlnnto .
M zens. He was a native of Monroe perhaps Kino rise' tt }t? |I' '*'iiliir :uulninutiiR ,.I| \\lil" ) |Is nliaont pure uiitrlmrnt to
I the late ho l h "rc towiiril tin Inglonook
Incident: to Young,Man. county and located here In 1857. From paradox that IMotixsUi had It : mm'n pnvtout than "toniph-M t orluihufH. l"-Klu with.tlllt| 11M j l ccn so i-nnipletely
*\l t for Ibo coiiiliutii,, of pr..UJ:1''t..t that oil one hits'" to lo |I.x. tn
kanin.May 11,-The fourteen-year. 1SS2: to 1SS5 he rt>prt'lenhtashln#: eoii < < ut ." What ilnrH of rlii'torli'
Ion' of Rev. W. J. Martin ton county in the general those whom lu devilled iuiiim-iil tI his In .. ""tllnw It down anti HIP fofxl IN. tunitnl .
happened assemblyand cuuld npproarh .p \\ t'I' of n""soi'ti\"aithoso
nnd Hint from the littleapartuient linvtly Into |n>wer. Hy thU tnetimnd -
authority >> .
,serious accident while on his re- in 18SG! and 1SS7 .he was state senator U\o little uni> 111,1.1! < \\ oriN."Thoro'H .
tth""t' lie could hole: till thei.nlrersntlnn If the bllllHMinN, are to b* twllovetl.iiKitl .
J from this district. He bad b > No PUoo l.iko riiiiuo"-to
home from Sunday tchool lastlay. ( sl1pre1hlf"nt
) icciiiteinvtt IMVOIIIO fan frisky that
the < \vlmwon
uinoiitc -pii\i-s I
of ,the Georgia Prohibitionassociation gahuwly nhlrh. ,'rt' !I1I1\I.h'+ \ : '
His hone stumbled and fell brought tn the (jincii +m iUn of they Jump o' er eight..:: foot feiueuto gust
It U the groat prlllogo of .\II"'rlC'IIIIto :wing the lad off and wrenching his for a number of years and Syrarushr the time of n -pl.*ii,liwvh work on their MuperfluoiiA ..uerrrJ.1:1I .-
l is' able without
hjpoH-olo, to apply
|:,out of place, also bruiiing his face.Bople was a great factor in prohibition \ 'i* it WHH the largest In S;.'il>'. Tlio thoui to trH\ol. for what IH thor In anypart ; \'I1t.'od! lu IJv: %rylnxlyX

in this community are jubi- movements in this state. sound tit x> ''I'''f the habltablo glolx more -- --.-

:'over the eiteutiou of the J. A S.- voliv i* initriutMiNM In vin>li-"> t>r >::11- fraught with Interest lntritotlon, .*
w illroad. Victim of Boy's Joke May Die. |I..rh' so n" Income nudtHr>t nt n t"tlll. canon rofri...hmont of tnln.l) and iMxly \.rtlllt-I' Just tluUh Hl old Cashley -
Springfield! O.. May ll.-Helen Trav. atdrmlil distam-e from tin svikt| >r. '* portrait, but I haven't done him ;
le of the most destructive fires that surf uplifting of Houl than nature tins
Tenor, 17 years old has been unconscious A lltkt> t'trt'C't takoH place +ni 11 \UMI'" d,wCiw with hand for Ju ::baited Fannin broke out Tuesday pruvtdtrf l MO l.ivNli tliodeltvtatlon
hours whtMi Hountl ntoendu, fnmi hot b..',. for not
> for and her life Is despaired the of IIIIK-.O 1111\ 11I>; the 1:000IIei l ; pMylittf tue hniulHomely
ib'clock. The big ginnery, saw mill of l ',- \vlnn It.N. York Pr"I4I1,
of. She was the victim of a tom n poll or \\nnli urn furtuno to dwell In IhU giMidl.v hind doing w

gist mill belonging to It. L. Tison practical Joke. Some boys decide to uttorttl" ut one oxtreiulty ,>f .1 IIUIK corridor Would Ii.. Mfr H ICMoniVo bare -

o. caught fire. The force was busyi frighten" her and one of their numberwas or piiioni, lu a bull-line. It" no<< v oral on the Klton** of tho noun waton OU1 nieii'n ('ye', ft..... Ilk. old men' c

i, did not discover the fire. It was delegated: to do it. He appeared pin l..* OropHil Into a well tl .> et)t1n.1 iMth of the gulf and the I'nclflc, m.m\rlt"tl-tht.y are strongest fur thlD r

ivered by Sam and Ves. Hsrdee, at the Travrnor home In a hideout dis proihutM when it strikes t lat'1\fI'r Ndistinctly far distancing that hater) ,by the Med I. a long way offEtlot.MAX .

i gave the alarm. The building and guise. When the girl opened the door i heard. nt the inouili or the iterranean.KM L .

_ "Ife of the machinery was new. The she gave an unearthly scream and fell sound* of uonlx stmkt-n in-ur the sun. 'H ho pine for snow .111'1'.1 innuii- A

-age is estimated at 15,000 with no unconscious! to the floor. She has been race of any well Is slmllnrh niiKuieutH talus Let<< him rvpiilr t\: till' plaitswheuc1' KRAUSS,
Try It.-New Orleans 1'1111..1),010'ra
Pike's ,.
arance. Ul with nervous prostration for two Ponk. Mount" l igun nit :
our older groutlontlAn" rear their' Representing
|m Curry is all I smiles over the are months.
hoary nuuunltM Into rloudhind.

"l rof a fine baby boy. New Railroad for Georgia. A FAMOUS STAR GROUP. Would he witness a inaJi-Mlo entsractf E. A. WEIL & CO., :::::

"Thoro I Is but .>n<* Mllhout u rival
: 1C._ CONFERENCE MEETING. Atlanta May .-A charter has T.. C..t.lI.tt.. O I.. I. ....... the Imperial. Niagara In the chain of WHOLESALE SHOES
been cad LIt.tar..
granted bycrf'tary of SlatePhil
our great lakes, most turbulent of
Inference of South Georgia and Florida Cook to the Columbus Northern TIlt nmstellatloQ. Orion U mentioned i I link.. .or AII lMserlptlons.
.. Will Convene Here. Railway company a new line that Is In tile literature of alt a..-... In EgyptIt Neither Nile. Niger nor On lilt..". trt"'fttrlv"

second, quarterly conference of projection to be built from Columbtra. represented. Horn, tIM young or rl.- ...* though they mire, iirtto f"'IIII'n'RlI
Ga. through the countless of Muscopee ioc sun ID boat surmounted by tars, .
U1 Georgia and Florida Advent our own Mlitnlmitppl, wH! named
closely followed hy HlrlUM. which wan Sole Agents forMONAKCII and O'EK.EW *
Itian Church, will convene with Harris. Merlwether and Trmip The' Father of Wwtors. Uur perrteseilnd"on
shown It bus also bwu
s a -mv.
|;advent Christian Church in this either to West Point or IjUlrang, In | excels in plft>tr" sipie effvctnthe DUALITY Shoes Every t
found sculptured l on the wnIN of
Taunted l Ithlno.What .
on the 17th insl. and the latter county, a distance of about. pair warranted-
I_ Wednesday i Tbelies f>.(.iO joar ago. \mt on the .
60 miles. The capital stock of the of the nntlH tit tho holdeniatc
true until the 20th, inclusive. then of that early time It xlione down ( ou whoffo Hhon'ii sit. ,tnthrone
be Advent Christian church II i gain- company put at $100,000. from the' same ptmltlon unit with the queenly Hnn ."rll 01"0. l.rolllulI,1, J. Minasse Agent

ipidly in Florida. Being a Probat ram br'shtiu-x: H.. It does m IM today, peerirsa<< among cltloM by n much traveled - .-.... .- .- .-- -. .- -.--
doctrine of liberal l dimensions, a $200.000 Fire In Mississippi Town. a striking+ fxainplo uf the ulldllsnq- 1.nf1'IIf'lIn| prlnoo of Imperial
Jackson Mist., May 11.-'The business ableuos of tho heavi-ns.
It many are joining this church, bl..l7Whon
district of the town of Flora was From the days (if the earls Hindoo
In there In mlnlatntre
the result that new churches are oven ,
wiped out by fire, all the principal to the present Uio ronmtollntioii lint fur anything to vlo! wltli that onrthly
the para
established throughout en. stores! being: destroyed including the some reason borne RWIUN a ftoriny (||MO, tlio valley uf for YoMoinltr. ; whatto MISS i MORTOM

Stale:' large establishment of \\". B. Jones character. Allunlonn to its direful hirluenc euiuparo with the Jeop. and! ruggo I

sere will be a great many ministers & Son and the Bank of Florae The are found overywhoro UIIIUIIK tho JtI.>>rllc' through which pnniu- to tlwi sea

ri and delegate) in attendance at lire started! In the store of ItentleyBros. classic writers. Tbui Milton wrote: the Imp 'tuoiii4"rolorndo river NOTIONSAND

convention, and the pulpit) will be ., and spread with rapidity. The "'h..n with fl.rr.! wind, rtrt'l..orrlv'nlIluth The Mammoth ('",.o of Kontueky, one
__ / these twice a day during the vK.J the llrtl.*.<. <.iiiV
by telegraph and telephone offices were of tin world's undent. U an yet but

_erence, Inasmuch as some of' destroyed. The loss Is estimated at The IO'H of' th<- Itnmiii' Hiju.idnin lu : luirthilly .oxplorod.

.:are eloquent and )learned speak.tour ;::00,060.\ time first I'uultf wnr wn, JwcrlhotT' In thwtlootn "'b>', llien, travel abroad, while nil

people may expect tome having nlhtl. Ju"t.'uftt.1' the rU> these and vastly moro itinn run tat NOVELTIES.

sermons during the 'ption.kcordial / Juggling With Dynamite lug of Orlou. Th. group|\bar rtlxu 1 IKHIIeinpliiyotl *uunierat.*.l remain un"oon nt huml17
tie a c-aleiuliir "sign, Its morn- 'Aro Abnnri anti ,
not river.tie
I'lairl ar, .
"hurress.r toMRS.
) invitation it extended the Is no more ilangero-is than to neglectkidney
lug rising Indfoutlng tin. M-glniiliitt( <>f Uamaseua jttor thnu nil the waters
lie to visit/ all the meeting. disorder F.ilry's Kidney Curecorrect.
> :
stunner Its, mitt It:tit rl-lni tho honnwn lit iNrnolV" sslil Nufliniin th>* Hyrlnn of [ J. A." AMMONS
----- and has curedmany
Irregularitf of grHpo gittliorliitf iiiul Its' early evenintr old when ordered by tho pn>pht to
I' "Black Beauty" is Dead. severe
&,>Iter*. Sannder & Earle, the gro- has failed. It b-iild up the worn 1U attendant slunus. In rooont (hues big Whu rail help Hdmlrlnir: hU prldnuf _ __ _. _'.'___ _" ._H ._ _,

amen are sorrowing over the death out tissues and restore health and the !group! bas nlwuji. repri'Mi-iitiNl u 'i HIM try and rohu
t "Black Beauty" their favorite vigor. "I was troubled with kidney groat banter or \' "rrlf.. Iii yii"i'iit : .i.t wortliy are they uf enuiliillon.IU The FloridaFruit

one, which decided to make its de- complaint for about tvco' yearn" writes- title ritnio Into n f'k lI..t noiny from > It for hoMlth i>r r<*wr,,ntlnn, there

rrtnre Thursday for hone heaven A. H. null of Mt. Sterling, Iowa, the Kuphrnte Mild orlginall/ .IICUU1.J I.l no grander travel told<\ tl.au that Wet and Truck G I'overf..I.IIIUlIIY.
the light of heaven.Kl hit tea at homo.Tr.
but two" bottle of Foley's' Kidney
rla the kidney trouble route. ; F.4IUr: and I'rop'r 4
Cure effected a Sod! - --
y "Black Beauty" ha been ailing for by J. W. MeCollorn permanent A Co. __nd.,.. 's-h. ...1., ..... Ot'il.A FLA

several day. His owner. believed 'Paltu Suuday Is knouts la l-lIghmd A well known artist! rrt1'mlly rerelvrl Use Year " ..... ...... . .111.W
\ that he wa only suffering! from a Will Defy the Tobacco Trust as Fig Sunday |MTMU.'< In many dintrkts n loiter from M Imp who! bus rognUrlymoilo
Hlnlfl s-epic., . . , . , . 1(1(
ft fro-ly onu' that 1ny. ;
touch of colic, bat realized the truth WUmln on. N. C,. May 10-The tobacco it art n ou It a l.rftt'tI tu i Imrrow nmnoyof _. , 1 1A
Taw cu.toiii U common lu the vlllsg -
'when they came to buiine Thursday growers of North Carolina are << him, In this lottof Iho cliNp who Untwii

/, morning and found that he had passed deciding to establish factories la the of lkvaford llucko. llertfunl and n In fli>nnlal dllttnltlo4 .urlrl.- handsomely lllu ir.tnt lI.a..1.

: to the happy hunting ground. The of Northampton and U fond to MOIUO il hU entr'q nMi.lont by ";.ijlinc1hl : d"yo'.d .speeinlly to the Interest of
state for the defying the
purpose parts of nortbVul.-... A' 1'iltu Hunday' .. 1111,,' I barn ile. .-..1'.1.| in ,.*...,.i* the fruit and vegetable grower of
animal wa fifteen year of age; and alleged tobacco milt Subscription .
approaches" the shop miows, Of I.un llm iiotinl) was purchased by Mr. Pannders four looks for a factory In Madison were stable are aced with (a U s In resdlneess borrowing/ from yon I 114.tint fitrowith .celal trial suUerlpllon' of sl I.

year ago from Captain W. O. Shehe opened with a proposed $90,000 rapt'Ul Tor the crowd who gi> t<* the top of *....., vhldi I nut K >lhi{ to u.k Ihtity months will tMI sent on rr..lpl of 25ents. ,

of High Spring, He bas been a faith- and over' CO per cent of the amountwas DunstabU downs to r..tttStt themselves <''i nill In)' aside foiu', I'>r n ,...111112C Stamps '.k....

fat hone and was' considered the most subscribed d In no hour. Another on that day. At Kemptoii. In llertfonl- / ,\ "

valuable) worker' of the "qulnal) roc factory will be built at Ilocky )Mount hire, to "kep wnpwl l III to feud. t un It-it Its nrtUl roiil'tn foil my r>-

etaion of this enterprising firm In eastern North Carolina and the flg or fljf puddliiic w ,'h your frl-n 1. riii I>Mn/... In UKUilor II. ..*.r...j.'.l f"r THE SUN

'Black Beauty' hs. Wen with us for movement has practically) the backing on Pslm tlur..!.,)'. "'heundll' I I.* probably It on the! 'lu.tI"\ uiiir| tintnblH lu ttt>-try ,

'ao long we almost feel that he Is one of of the entire tobacco growing belt ot connected with tJ! stwy of the rr,- ,,Iirr. I... thoiigM !Is.. tMltiht I ,bare JOB PRINTING

the firm," remarked Mr. Eaanden, the state )lrrer. fig tree. wbl-'h forinn part ofar.tn.ulon lr>...|....| it, 'th -u quite| .1I..ltI""hI1l1| ) 1111

"and naturally we regret very bloch to true of the lessons for tJ (<< ItirMiI fiver the kli4-<( ..!. wh.khw |the Mt DEPARTMENT

los him. -- > MaIL t,- was written 1t.1 dl..x .on..| Dit

- -- - -- Floridlans Going to Honduras twml...rlpt Makes a Specialty( of All Kindsor
Miami.! Fla.. May 10.-Four t.aruJII" "t',1' just ,.".1".1 out
; from I>ade county, in the neighborhood site) ( It'* mining like tl... v.ry Fancy
Cash ,
TheGrocor.y or )Miami have decided t" try their 4IMI_! '- '(:',11""''''',

fortune In Spanish Honduras, ..DdIll -- -, -- CommercialJob

tike the steamer Miami for Key \V.sr

from which place they will rail for
Co. their new! hotoc. The soil of that
country Is said to two very productiveand For Iaiant and Children. Printing

would' bring fortunes to the Inhabitant The Kind( You Han Always Bought) .

*& / were' it Lot for the poor t tY . .For. .

Lf J. R. EMERSON & CO. transportation bdHJ. At the pre* hears thedlgaalar. /:1? // '

: eat tim bananas form the only crop' of ( I Business Men
7* teat is marketed ,

,;, Jlgeal.. f.r -
Professional Men
%* JUrTlBrten" Hal! "IHI l Cat C.ffr-. Tat t'dkr. .. ,
s-.11' .1

, "t BallarJ'* Obell.V n. ..r. In r-orfustK-e of ("laa"t.So." 4115, A vrry *..rly rioJv.l*?!.t of slmiUr Manufactories Etc

,' j- -- -- button 25. Laws of Florkls. Kin below .0 .JOJ snit urfO"to taw .1111"! With ,

;-t; We have the Choicest Goods a statement showing, the. amountof ",bkb a tuotaitwu unrfwT* cut LU Legal Blanks j on Short Notice.

taxes colleted i 'Uy W, 1), ck-Inon, LotteI. 1I..r. in a gnatnt.. .101 mgprfitte .
"" our daily - --
i' on .t III 17V .U..J "... Death oflt.yasrd
tax tcrlk-etor AUfc a Flor
wwi.nt/ ..
" 4, ?, ... the Vo*. \>f MrYOIII '';Im.,,, The following' l letter from one of our
: t ..... )1 1 Ji l \\ r ..... ida. for the trlcl rndinx April 2., <; retail order ea.lofn_/. i* ..Ir..I.oa.

;y , 1"joa4sLownj county |ria.urr' re. tovi :
ff* avl'Mlr, toted t.. courT
JmJa Potato, f..r peek ae.t. eifrt* on ale l in mj odr*. towii : cwt fn Alts. t. soil.. LooUvllU.) K,. I'.b.:7.1O'V1,
t.. ," Beet Whit Bacon, per poaDd Koe Tax final 1 lt. ., Aa4 -.. Mod C4.11.t .g.... third if, K, 31eOrary,
;,1H.: l>ark..'* sled) IDre*.iag. z" .cvases . . .I e O) atatdtae __ the war. O.lou,1I! ., F''..
, lbs i
,;Qoven Olive lags, U' ; Received the printluc
;,a CtlaA Cora General Fa&d 11 I ltetwae Earlae.Abatut.ll -r.r + .war UMA Calk'4A4 .vied malls In du H0i and will say hat ,'
:tJC f.c..d Fund . . tJ'.IIt e1 s.v. a g1t.t ..hruLIt.
;a Con Pea ib. :tee *whooi Foad. ., 4347 :1 ; : time ...t..t4 trloit> ..o t tanaakal s..4 W ll.4.i.. .... trot ..ttetOdrr. it U i> rff4lly saiUfMlorI like theavek i
3 .
cast much Many thank: for
.aeu..TDm&&ow >[/1''s so
; xhool Food Poll VXFaad ztA 00 .IJI..t .I .
:I piers DOW 011 t mq ,, '
\ .rf' 2 Cass RaM' B..f L',.'. 1(17714 -c.-. kiss SM U ye a wiariota. your prompt .|..ral.oo io Ulllog order +
ehiol T
I cad TurnExtra *. I I1 Spwr'l u ..iu.-IN &oJ: ) Jao,. pv.I".r. WnW' to Year truly
Fifth ? .
; tl>rice" .. ........... d.ls the witeaa
Floe CO C". j 07rrrtwa Lair. )I. C. Coranrvr.
-1 Trash 4 'f.1THE
Mi TotaJ.. . ,
161xi C9 '
t fez tw.eb e'09W trio 'tNJJia t.on.-, *
:'f' JIB Or4ct Pre_,tl3bi row.' I B. II w ttueraa. I the rot"oat of UaGtot eofripke.Lsadsla .-- "'ad order '1. TUB SUK. 1

}$! \ o Ji e 176 Crk Circuit Coat .Ciala.evtl1e. tlarlla *. llahee.vlfey T1$.. J s
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B't7SXNESa QATinl3


Beer and Malt DR.
Large Body of Immigrants Landed at Whiskies Wines

(' 0 PARTS FLORIDA New Orleans. . .DENTIST. -, .
I Washington. Alar 11.-Frank P.Sargent .
commissioner r general of Immigration EXPRESS PKEPAID. Bulk Goods! -Jog* Free-Sot Prepaid. ,

Brief Various has returned from New Or- Full Qt. Meaoure. 4 Qts. egt*. lIQts.I '1.110 Per Gallon: Marous Enders. All work !guar f
t. From
Happenings over
where he went to be present at Hunting Club Rye ..,.M \5Nelson 14 00 7 00 Rye.Gtn. Corn. Good trade. omce '
yeans Gallon: j
Sections of State. C ounty.'e... .. E9') 4:5 75J .'lnequa: tr. I
of of Italian Immlgrtknts. Gin. Corn. Rum.
the landing a body Rye.
I IJ Monogram Rye,,. .,.... 3 3O 4 RO\ 14 O) ..IO Per Gallon: .
. Hanne'n"1 Rye ....... 375 5 00 e !50 Rye.Gin. Corn. Rum. He.t for the money.W J A. CARLISLE, ),

THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS The vessel brought 7C6 Italians from Social Drops ... .. ....... 450 8 ta 13 00 " ; .00 Per Apple Gallon Brandy.: Mellow ATTORNEY AT LAW
44 Rye. Peach and 1
I Palermo. All but about 20 were permitted Malt Wblrtey". .... ,.. 8 73 5 00 950! ed by age
: to land. Those refused! were afflicted J"each Brandy.., ..' ..... 3 75 5 00 9 50: ....00 Per Gallon: And Solicitor in Equity \j
Transpiring! : In "The Land of Flowers. I the Apt>le Ilntndy.. .. .,.,.. 3 TS 500 9 //'It) Victoria Rye. Social Drops Rye. Medtclna I''
Things, "Boiled Down" to Suit the with disease or did not meet Holland Gin ..... . ... 2 III OS 4 35 7 25 quality.
requirements of the law In some other Genera Gin .. .. .. .. TS 5 I\) 9 AO LEMP ST. LOUIS BEER. Per Doz. Real Estate Conveyancing and'Gen-
Busy Reader-Items of Interest to particulars. The Immigrants were NonbC'rollnaCorn ., ., 3 M 4 00 7 00O Falstaff 1 .u....er... ............... ... ...........'10- eral Practice. All business promptly i
Mountain Corn .. 3 T& 5 no 50 KxtraFale ,. .... ......,.. .. . ........... 100 door Sun
}; to
All Classes. I landed at New Orleans at the suggestion Jamaica Rum .... .2 fit) .2 7 25 Standard..... . .. ... ....... .... ..100 attended to. Office next
.n of-the Italian ambassador, through Medford Ituro . ... ... 3 TS 5 <.) ft !50 Malt. extra dark" ".."..,. ..... ............... 1 00Grapelrandy. office. G l ESVILLJ:. FLORIDA.
';''OcaI will celebrate the Glorious .. .. ". ... 3 TS 5 OU 0 50 Coburger.lmtwrted .,... ., .. ......... I 00 t-
k whom southern planters made an apt ' .. > . ........ ....... .
Ring of Ke t. Bourbon 3-T5 5 <00< 9 50Same IJavi Ale pints ... !3 25
l l ; Fourth..' >fal for Italian laborers. They will A s.ortmgniAllowedonAllGoods of Oulnnexs Stout pints. .. ... ... .. .... ...... t 85 FERDINAND BAYER j I f
t Price. i'tlces by the bbL on ap..lIcatlon.
Up to May 4th the shipments of r
be employed largely on the plantations ATTORNEY AT LAW,
beans from Zolfo amounted to 6,106 of Louisiana! and! other southern states.
1$411.1 t'oK'" FLORIDA. e

The town of,.Fort Mjen hat now become Parliament for the South.

Incorporated by act of the Leg "'a8hln tCln:fay 11.-At a meetingof Can sell your city property, (im
and unimproved), phosphate
the local committee In charge of
islature. trucking and farming lands. Send hinta
w'' c Suwannee county has a bond election the arrangement for the meeting of lilt of what you offer for sale. 2142m

on for May 26th, for $200,000, for road tho Southern Industrial Parliament, Turpentine Operators Attention !
h'glnlng hre May 25. delegates were
purpoie been W.E.
I reported a* having appointedfrom
I Miami amateurs will play "Down by all the southern states except ATTOBNEY-AT-JjAW .
j the Sea which is all at this -
proper Tennei8w' Arkansas and fwilslana.

lesson. of the year. The governors of Texas. Kentucky and . SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. . \J

The Legislature has passed the bill Georgia: have forwarded official lists

to Incorporate lUytona Beach, formerly of the delegate they have appointed.The The Standard Naval Stores Company of GAINESVILLE Alacbua Co., FL-*. 1:

known as Goods. president of Georgetown university l. Office in End el Block.

baa offered its law building[ for the Jacksonville Florida are now prepared to K.
The poitofflce at Wildwood Sautter ,
use of the parliament and the committee DR. J. H. ALDERMAN f
county, WM burglarized Sunday night
; J" and all moneys taken. .accepted, the offer with thanks contract with independent producers and |
and aU'o acknowledged the co-operation DENTIST
The Postal Telegraph and Southern of various southern organizations of I'
4 will flat Savannah for .
Bell Telephone will extend their linesto ladles a( the capital. pay prices Rosinjand: (Succeaaor t.oSel&'ler. -i 1,

Lakeland and Tampa. Over Dutton* Go's Bank. OalneerO a 'V
Spirits Turpentine delivered at either Jacksonville
The Kostls Lake Region believes in The Richest Man in the World. Special attention to Crow BndBridjre work. '>u

,' building a Governor' mansion large The richest man in the world cannot or Fernandina. Free of storage, Phone rod , TJ,, j 'j

enough to last a hundred yean. have his kidneys replaced nor live with- T\R. GORDON B. TISON. 'rr

4 The office of chief of the }-ea.aaolaOr. out them so 'It Is Important not to neglect insurance or commission charges. We are DENTIST. 'c

department ha. been made an these organs. If Foley's Kidney ;.1,

/' elective'one under the new charter. Cure is taken at the first sign' of danger also prepared to make liberal advances. In. Graduate Baltimore College Dental Sanrerr 11 1

1 The Fort Myers Press office has recently the symptoms will disappear and live rears'experlenoaln New York City. i!

put In a new gasolfne( engine to your health will be restored, as U vestigate our methods of shipping in tank Crown.Bridge work and niUnar SpeelalUe. .1
; .
of that strengthens and builds up these organsas
ran the machinery progressive
In Miller Law Ezohange.OAIt1aavzw.a. .
print Ihop.OonDer". nothing else will. Oscar Bowman cars-it will save you lots of money. For lI'U. 'j

Lebannon. Ky., writes: "I have used
Ramp near liartow have further' information
Installed an Irrigation plant. for their Foley's Kidney Cure and take great apply THE WEST END
pleasure in stating it cured me permanently -
r orange grove. They think It a paying FINE WINES LIQUORS A CIGARS
of kidney disease, which certainly
x Investment. wnuld have cost me my life," JOHN MENZIES. Proprietor.II9U1 .

Prices are booming on real estate Bold by J. W. McCollum A Cu. STANDARD NAVAL STORES CO. W. Bar St.Jaekaonyllle.Fla.

near Ohlpley where oil is said to ,

abound. One man refused *4,000 for Kind NelKhbor. Faust beer bottle and draught. Don't J

i forty. acres of land Wheu MUM Jenkins, after spending fail to call on me when in Jacksonville
fifty-nix years. in the city of her birth Jacksonville, Fla.. i
The annual meeting of the Florida
small In the .
decided to buy a farm -
:Elks at Goals May 17th and 18th will ,
country Kiln < -------- ----- ---------------
be an event of much Importance and a the tlelijrhtrt of farming life. Mathushek Pianos

,, big time Is anticipated. "I'm going to have, a steady horse and
two and come hens," she an- r
rows I ,
t J. 0. Carter, who resides near Starke uonncwl to tier brother to whom she i ..GAINESVILLE BOTTLING WORKS.. I
has cleared from nine of
enough acres
t i proudly ilUpliiyiil her new property. XAMl'FACTVKRKM: ; OK- NOTED FOR SWEETNESS AAD PURITY
I strawberries this year to pay 1,400 for "Tho Adam I soy from the next house
land and have money left. will help mo about everything. Ilo'Iidrive Pare Soda Water, all Flaiors, Ginger Ale; Root and Birch Beer, Cider, Etc. OF TONE, POWER A>'DDURABILITY.

ItU reported that a woods rider the rows nud milk RUt tencu me GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. I .
bow to hnrucHM. nml of coiiifn I shall
white In the of the Cummer
,> footl the hen mul the llttlo pig." Write for prices. Cues ao4 bottle are not. .ol4, but must! be returned. .J
i. Lumber Company, shot and killed a 'The little plgl": evhoeil her brother. __.J.. _._ __ Den piano for this trying climate stands la
turpentine hand at the Cummer tune longer than others.constructed
negro "1H> you propone to keep n pig? And
turpentine oamp, nine mile east of whore. I should like to )know?" -- - beat material, and moat artisticworkmsn.hip
PlooUta, Monday. "Thorp'* room fur a small pigpen
-..- '--T-- bark .( the barn away from the road Gainesville Foundry .,and Machine Works.Iron Up to date and n Un-everydetail

-r, A World Wide Reputation. anti evorything." ..1I11d111114: Jonklu. equaled.Bold .

: has achifrul calmly. n"mll has Home cunning
White Cream Vermifuge -
llttlo( gist, and that Is vrbntl vlb. by 01 continuously for
m a world wide reputation as being

4 the beat of all worm destroyer, and And thought I when nuWtxl the the pig Adam had outgrown)boy, It theIwn he and Bran CatttnRi, Locomotive and Machinery repairs. We guarantee OVER THIRTY TWO YEARS

4 for Its ton to Influence tin weak and unthrifty ,
neutralises the I c<>iiU! Mini om" one to take him good work and prompt delivery at reasonable prices. Located in without a single fallare. If yon ..
children It
as mul elvo mo Knottier little one" in exfhniiKf want a piano for a Ilte 'm.'! r
acidity or sourness of the stomach, !: *. and he cube sure I could.Ywu'o South OainetTllle on S. A. L. and G. A G. Railroad service buy the r rMathusne'k

.. improve their digestion, and assimilation iiu Moit. brother, bow obliging .. .. _. _.
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of food, strengthens their nervous tho iKtiple uro isle In tbo country." - - : : T

.,.t"l11 and restore them tu the UU..r-W.wd.ll-- HoliUrB.Mr I SEA. IB O A.rt:: Price at low M .. coooUtent with Qaatlty !
health vigor amt elatticity of spirit ID
1 *. It''N...vH llnntlni PnvU writes) Cub or on ear termm. Seat on IS days'trial. f
natural tu tlhUd hU'MI. Hold liyV.. J1. We pay freUrnt. Writ (
of Itr.l tMUt-r \\ "",,,' \ Holino: "I'hystcelly -
Johnaon. (Oilnfsvill, }'la., and J. C. bortx a t'ery _until man, hold- Air Line Railway for prices TODAY. E'

Jllshop Alathui, Flu, line liliu,.i-lf otlttly crot-t his trace Innlguttloniit -

tea bU nirun. oio-pt: for a long
'1 Accident Restores His . FOR . Ludden & Bates'Southern
Sloht ol>.tlnato alga| | lip| ('left to mP. be sail

Muncl, Ind.. May 11,--Antoulv sat one il-iy, 'by "IUt' III vtnwlilienrtl l greet-

,? rlaUK. a Klau wurkvr whet her bvvn]I itraiiiliiiotbor!. mul OJOK full of M wonderful Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern

blind In one eye for more than thirtyyoora |I dn' and H>lit 1','th,". No one on Music House

kw>l the other rye thre d.y.lu | wlumi l>r, llatiitos b.'ul uiic looked Pines Raleigh Richmond Wash- ,
tnt* I.\OII-or SAVANNAH .
, ago in mi accident. Immediately U' with roiit or. forunt the ; GA.
lilm. llo nttntfti.l nil! kind of oop1e
the second ryt being mated the .I..hli ington Baltimore Phila- JOHN D. MURPHY
os it l.rHIUnt oxcltAttlo dill.l would attract ,
of the nut returned and the man
eye tboiii. Hut UdlxHlr, I l.iogact.v ESTABLISHED 1879
now enjoy the sight t of the other eyt r.iuilllsr, New York
rr u-rrvtlrtl In Inline with delphia GAITHER '
The cIa U .41" to bto One of the moat him I romrmtx'r one cxcuitit that he BRYAN, State AI ts,
". rfiuarkabto over brought tx'fe re the gmMe'"1 one of his |.....mll. suit 1 was TAJIl'A, FLORIDA.HAUESf .

notice of phyalclane and! .iH-cUHU. In'r t.tn-I stupidly to aeknuwle.lae l that I -- - .- - _.

this part of the state dUI<< not know; It. lie fairly JuniXNl to Three Elegant Trains Daily. ILLE FAVORITE
i the tMM>k.oaM\ took out tbo Tulun>*> and

Revolution Nipped In Bad. I read the verw. standing In the middleof
his voice hiswh.tlC Seaboard Florida RESORT.
Madrid May 11.arrl.D Oe llerrerra the ruoui. trfinbllujt. Limited
I tty thrilling Itb their meaning -
former king at arm of the Ppan- '
I There.; he cried at th> end, his 7
Ish court has bwn arrvt M, at the Inlanc eye fleshlnK.'cuuld auyt.o>ty have aM\ Seaboard Express. I Alachua Pool Parlors;\

+ of liratlUan ministers here ()11'th. that t>etter7 Ah.hT: with al Indrawn :,

. t charge of conspiring with other I.,I bTMth oT delight ts Ii. put the book '
against the Kovtrnrnent of ibatll AIk I buck." Seaboard Mail. I C. Hums Pr.pr1et.r.

i vearvh. of tho n..ld.nC't" of H.aor I. .
t llcrrrrra revutrd in the discovery otA Crowing Aches and Pains --- "it

It number of ronimUtlon for olftcrrsviho HrvmotMlTvx.. MODERN PULLMAN .. .
.' Mr*. Jo tfumner.: EQUIPMENT l .
a w<> to orranUe an to the -
rv army
1.,11.. *". April IA. l{ tt. "I have uJnaltard's the Porter
..lt* of Kunanl and which bore the The C.\UOARO FLORIDA LIMITED: i.. a solid YHtibat..s train, eoObJ'ro.ef'tS I..1'n Block, aoaUi *
of that state. Snow Liniment in nay family exclusively, of new I'"ullmao vgJipal.nt-I Car Double Drawing 'Maar*. Three firek..laaa table.
stamp I for three years. I would not W without Room Sl.eperst.tsteroom and 0....rr Uon Care-opAatlni between SI. .. Liood light, and prompt and eoarteoosterrlee. '"

It Cutting I it In the hou*. I hale used it on Kimine aod-3a">koavm to New York, via Wa.hIDltoa.luylclt St. -'urp' I The pabltc. U cordially invited. V,,.
I Teeth 13 '10 p. m and Jaekaoas/11.1)1: daily ....line
r If the my little girl for .:ro.lu.raioa\ and .xeept Sandays. .. :and always welcome... ,

Ile aDd use that oUf and well- It cared her I r'fFur
sure aches (io her koe s4. right Only Line --
"tw'oi' remxly. Mrs. Window's Sootht t r away. 1 have also used it for trust bitten I Operating :

K **rup. for hlldrn teething. It I feel. with good SUCCM. It ,. the Daily Through PnilIafartaalOa msn Sleepers from JaCkSODJl7to i! New Orleaa FIYE MILLIOH BRIGKi' :/1

.eoothe the child, softens the yums,: 1 used "' :Se Sale\ ,
'I best liniment ever I full and .I.rper r...."..100. '{ .')
allays all pain curt wind eoli and I. sod n ((\ Sold by W M I Johnson, writ. A. o. )hcDO! ELL. cut as ajreat S.aboerdjorBoYLSfTOX : I now hate the ffaest and testing bn.Ud.-: ':
briek mad tn
the best remedy" for dbnb"". .. TW1tu-I I I iialn..*ill., Fla., and J C Bishop AMI. General Passenger Agent, 0. Ja.. expen for lowest. '" Gvorsiai e. ah pme wire
', *y-flv. cents a bottle [Alachua, FU. I JACTCSOSVILLE F J.a&1tr: JLjeat, .--4 at Ie 'Iorid. E. yr ;; ,

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{ The Made of a ilS! :;:Ini; lux- \\ .1" slipi \

i l>ortfU burirn.utally on two bricks and a - PRICE: LIST .. ,
RIOUS ROCK FORMATIONS ON THE WIFE DON'TROAST tire kliulltil tin the. ground i'-iu\ni! It. '
. OFE .
i On th. twiddle of the hoe "aput a
HERBy small heap uf the sctnU of n 1'.1! frulttHl

variety of eggplant. amid OV M this was
compelling her to bake the family EUREKA WINE E & CO
PIli. of IlrrcnlpB PletarItaMltic LIQUOR
.e .. bread, during the hot vummer, month I Invortiil the half of 1cu..-o ,ton shell ,
| *. Columns Ills. From'4kOreron 15rend from having a hole l lu the top. .\ I.et| : t> ot'i
Side of the !Ur.._. Buy your
i htimlxHi was stuck on to time -ln-ll i>\erth
Teweriwti Monmolu
Peak '.
I *> hole by n lump of cln \-< Miporssu : _
.Keystone Bakery. ------ -----
\I'TLe person who gave the name Pil- . . I | *-.l (roam the bamboo tll""".- die patient WHSS PWKPAID. Full Quart Measure. q i

of Hercules to two picturesque It's a saving of time, work and money.Freoli InhiilfM tills by placing, IPS lips

Baltic columns rising from the edge Bread Delivered DallyTo to the toil( Then he spat Into n bucket Per Four six I' rU.llull
I of water suit then n alt n.li.ili, l the Quarts quarts CalleIfClII.'beu
if the Columbia river, in the Cascade all part of the city. .\1"0 Cake. rr\11'! !&&toek . . .. . . ........ .. U 00 N to. to 110 'It eailstchett
Pies and every other production of -nill\r.. "h'r It quarter hours treat a ThCl" v Wbl..kl'V . . . . . . . . .... .. 4110 I M 1 II 911 1\ 711 s l
nge, on the. Oregon side of the river the I moiit time patient and a frlcu.Itttl| they HHCh..O'" hire . . . .. . . . .. . . 3 Itl I II' . ...1 a till
a name that modern up-to-date t\lr..k" X t.1'1':" IIrllndJ' . ..... . . . .. ... .. Ire 1 11\ 711I. U on 1
toee was peculiarly ap- bake shop. | could set' lima htoolhcht'1'111"u In tilt! N C. lIr"c.1) .. .. . ... . ... . .. .. . .. . 3 la 11a 1'/1 R m a1D1a
iropriate. One of the interesting nuts H. T. SCHAFER. water. Eureka: Matt . .. .. . .,. . . .... .. .. i fC\ r 110) 1 1'100tur..k"
1'roprlftur KeystoneItakery.
Nt'. "f'R"b lIr.nctJ. . . . .. .. . ... . ICS 17a t 00 It Oil '
hick the geologists in this country Phone !(>.>. Amid lion1 UHxloru ClilinxtrttMpo! Y l' 14aetm )brandy . . .. .... . .. .. . ......... . .. :3 7Il' ::18\ 1 Na' 91" i
ave, bad to crack has been when and for hi'"III It'll" ovtmotion:" tur..k"Sl.t'lrl' .. . . . .. .. ... ... .... . :I\: 3 YS 410ft 1111)
-- -- -- -- -- - Eureka;. (' (','ro. X X. . .. . . .. ....... . ... :a.1 s nl 'fIt1 It Vi)
OW the majestic Columbia. burst Cook well time bone of :> rat, pulverize a-\lr..lmS.t'.t'"ru.XXX: . .. ... . .. 271! :J714UI N aiFur.ka
: and apply; to tooth. II'l' ,Is. foreordained : X ,' t."rn X.X X X. .. .. .. .. . . .' t r.ol tlltt a is' 7' WPltl
rough the basaltic Cascade range and E. H. WATERS Crow )tIlrloun .. .. . . .. .......... . !ll.1 I 110 a T& 1110Ilrrmttaue "
and its to the foaming that the tooth U tn nine out It). . . . ... . . . .. . . "'I I 1\1. II 'II 1:1: MlSanPyliroakIty.
way I this! will bring It; It Hot It II i 1.'C.IlIt' ., . . . .. .. . ;t 7m :1m aaim II a)
the Northern 1'aeltlc Ot.'t"'ltn.nl Sunny IIrouill Sour M\III. . ::1 rl :1 711 a ell Ittl: )
PRACTICAL i more ttruily n.v,'!l than ever tuuatrttraltr I"h.'rl nol. . . 1 :AI+ I M dIII It 15 0"
flows if the mighty IIl'l"c-uh's-who. $ lUuliret.III. lIk.I"t!' . 1\ 1\1 1\ 9' 1' M 111 10 .
ccordhig to the ancient (!reeks, when Oak srt.I . . . . .. . 1 7\ 1 t II d Oil It 00 01//l

turning from the western kingdomf PAPER HANGER KtiTlHhlr k.larr. lilt From *:!.:'O to .:1.)0: Per Uallon, Oeilrrml.tw 'J
Oeryon tore asunder the Euruj'eau ""'lIl'lI I cutup Into my 111I..1o'II'"tllt., . ,
twl"e l I.bels l of Hatchet l'tt".I. Steak sail "*ouri a haute fr. . Save \ ,
nd African continents in order that Haute Paintingand I'll bet nolMidy will put nil- out" salt twelve hat>..h, or llatchftt'tiOM rye sad secure a boats trr*. Sitvr twelve labels of "
tIu..bt"u'.I''III..k 1 r mist ..">uri* a bottle hl'.. S.,i> twelve Intwlx of ':"-rkS. ,,
e waters of the Atlantic and the a philosopher' after listening I / to a tale .. .... ,
C Torn and krcurv tattle rr. Save twelve I 1.t>cl' of Kiirrk N C At editerranenn might mingle.-did not Decorating. | of woe by a friend who had! recently) and "e" one lx>itl.> rr.... Ssve twelve Laura or tour: ka twal' and .....ure'. :.
one \.oolLl.> f r.n, Truce. tit nil m>.,0'. tMiuitht a' oomtmnv'* more urn Tiy t>rr >llon l I.saHiVn
beyond Erythia iieryon's island Brown House Corner, alne+tlllet Fla. { lost his place in the countr\ through .\It'D OcUvt-rrd. No oharire (or Jwi>.. boxen or tr y''ve. All or mv lx." .. .r..
ingdom, and perform a like service the forerlo-ture! nf a inortK:' full nurf> All standard brands. It' whl klr .oM over nu bar at KV per drink ID
11 from IS 1"...... t for >,,,.. All wlnc quoted on .ri 'or the Columbia river? It certainly Full line of Paint and Wall Papern Why. I didn't know you unwed any ll'iuorv trmn I)...M inotril. >|>.>"UI Drlrrs on large iiunlltle; packed. shy KUrn d.- .,
ould have been a feat worthy of his real estate.' vlrra Mvnry r 'fui"liHt tt IKHHIH. not ..ll.f.ctoryKl'ltl.KA .
stock at lowest prices to the trade
>rowess. The Columbia river, after "I don't now but I am ver> positive : : Ul.NK; A L1Ql' Ht fOMPASV. f
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''Oraulng its placid way across the arid of having some later on. avery I3ft WKST HAY STKFET, jACK8ONVttt FI.A i
aster of land on the eastern Hide of capped warders of the pass. Mount Adams snug retreat {absolutely prl .1

e Cascade for nearly '(lO miles on tbe north and Mount flood on vnte. although in a. populous neluhltor
range advantages ___ .. .. ,- - 9 .- -_ .. -__ _. .__ -_. ________.._ .__h' .. _....._.
pproaches the stately row of mounn tile south. hood. There will be several I other -

peaks mid pushes through between Tbe Indiana baTe a legend as to the too. It will be free from

towering peaks! Mounts Hood awl origin of the obstructions to navigation taxes, and I'll b*> exempt. from Jury
am After descending in a boiling which form tbe c..tuK'adeTb4.'Y say that duty." ABSTRACT & REALTY P COMPANYE.

de from which It is said tbat the tile two earth giants, the mountains "Isn't that One' I congratulate you "

ge of peaks derives ltd name, the jealous of each other' power once Wish I could Inherit something like

urobia. or. as it has often been cali quarreled furiously. They belched forth tbat. Where I. your place IXnoorporated.1: ;

the Oregon rolls between ever I fire and smoke and hurlEd great stone "Tue Ifra,,,." E. VOYLE MQ-B.
enlng banks to the white bulwarked I at eacb other. Some of these stone The other man said nothing further .
Abstract of Title and full Information furnished regarding lands ta this
: by the turbulent sea across its passed across the river while many about the injustice of forecltmiug mortgage .
county Oar manager has lived In this iI.
others fell Into the stream. In the Qery
uth. *.-New' York Herald. .
I* thoroughly conversant with titles. .!
One with a good strong arm couldw conflict a roof of rock which spanned \

a stone across the river at the the river was, broken Into fragment slash fl..... Irt Bird.

>hut where it enters the iKtrtals of The lodging of all these fragment and r In the animal kingdom the hurts E ETC Y1 IE i

mountains. Literally the river baa stones In the stream created the cas seem to be really th r-claas ino.it highly 1 1'I

turned Itself on edge in order to cades. favored by nature. Though they an PIKE, ACCIDENT ItUROLAFtY AND INDEMNITY INMUI ANOE. Rpr. )
pqueeze through. Some distance below The white man has several theories.One j not placed near the summit of the Hue 'I entlng a number of prominent American and English eompanle.
this point the river pour over a Is that the ledge of solid rock over : of evolution, their ability to fly marks REAL K8TATE AND CITY LOAN8. 0''

accession of rugged ledges; then It which the current *weeMi was deposited them mitt: us having some advantages 'I Ga.--e8"V"i11a r I B'1 orL do. 1
smilingly passes on its way to the sea. by n great rocksllde down the side I over nearly nil the maminnllK. Their s

(The scenery in UiU cut through the of the gorge. These mountain sides are mysterious power of changing their i

icuntaliis Is thought by some to rival wildernesses of broken crags extending polarity or weight In order to dive In HOTEL ;
o sublimity that to be found auy- to the summits 3.(UO feet high. The water or soar In air has been often THE EVERETT

bere lu the world. Pinnacles of vol- edge Is crowned with, large owlder discUHncd, and the almost Incredible ,

ranlc ro<1 k tower toward the heavens, so great that the massy body of water ,' velocity of their: motion when inlgrating. 235'V: Bay St. JACKSONVILLE,11i.orciDA. ,t
n them have lodged seers carried nnnot move them.-New York Trib sometimes amounting to four ,

ther by the wind or birds. From une.- miles minute.. for vast distances. has ,

ese needs trees have germinated I no parallel' among other nnlinals.. In Centrally located, theruugbly repaired and renovated. Newly f'url.iah"tl. "j

cling to the rocks with a retnark- Terrific ri ace With Death. addition, experiments with carrier European PUa.

ble tenacity, and some of them out "Death wn fait approaching," writes pigeons' at night demonstrated beyond

ould think have u precarious living. Ralph }o'. Kernsndec of Tampa, Fla.. doubt that these birds nt least poasc.>. :MASON, Pro-prLe"toJ
"the summit of of these of direction.New .
o very one describing his fearful race with death a highly developed sense ,
liars of Ilerculo a single repretatlve Century Path
"ac a result of liver trouble and heart
of the evergreen tree which .
of thosenile disease, which had robbed me of steep - -- J
bound on the western slope
elevates its foliage with all and of all interet, in life, I had tried AlACHUA CO U NTYIlII JOB PRINTING

e impudent audacity and farcicalinutlveness tinny din'tlrultluclor'Aoclll..v..r"II1It'I.( l : ,,

of a clown's stovepipet. cinrf, but got{ no benefit until I began I Alachua county i I. "ti.liaacrr.Inarea .

There It Mauds n* securely fas- 10 use Klrcirl Hitter So """OIIIll'r.1 hat 248 mil. railroad last' Sec.dY"ou..r Order to /

ned and Its foliage as rakishly In- 1111 wan their sheet that in three day miles wagon road M potnnVe! ..

ned as the bat on the clown's brow I felt like a new man, and today I am 123: public *ch at depth of soil It has in which to *. aoaw mill. l7 ,Ut'O court
cured of all my trouble (huuan. THE SUN JOB OFFICE.
bnt IU roots doubtless not many red at all drug store ; price!' bk. home, lire o.'pll'.rl, and pruduces '
ow, for the aM-ent of the column has corn, cotton rice, ngar,

ibably been accomplished by few. It oat, rye, potatoe.. pinespple.or. .. .- . . '
aid that in the early days of com- AN OVERDRAFT. anl(".. peaches. pears, plums. ...
-- can, and all kind of tegatables.Gainesrillel -
erce on the t'oluwhllwtlt'JI sailing 1'''. Ite on I'nr t'f.mttmr fl......
jlps plowed their way up the stream R.h..1 by ....".

to the heart of the country, the yard- "We often rerlrr (M..uliHr r..lue.t" (the County Seat.., ,

rms would often Ix-come eutanglttl in for ovt-rdraftii," unlit hanker the other "
the trees which over Ilai fourteen entirely, two luLII4S
Ling e branches the water. To the sailors after day. "A client whp"i" fttiuulluir account .cbool, the .:".l Florida Seminary,, W Will HUT[ JOUDIIU.
had never e&otilttl $1.('') re- three
schools ,
err long/ sojourn at sea it wa like n.'I.ar"
Iteautlful water- Iluht..1 UM to grant him un ot'erlraftof United State land Mlles, the best'
itering paradise >I.<..). ntAtlng: that tit' wn hot able rater, tire alarm *y.tem, i-lictrla
.la add to the charm of the seeue.Tbey t.. offer any explanation ut lime prownt. and gas light*, fro Ice factorle*,
come i uriuK n* if from the sky thr-. wood facto THE NATIONAL FINANCIAL
but assured l UK thAt nt no tithe would machine hop*,
'over precipices N"i feet high and hid- InUink t>e In any danger of lo..lng. as rle*, cotton gin two moss factories,
Into the II.nebaeom three railroad rtitlier DAILY NEWSPAPER. . .
den In mist, plunge 11w rnlriift would not IM* real."Aftrr two man.
of the great river.Tbere ufucturing eompanir, one iftwriIfying
runMntMl. .
IllUIIII! lifftlfuiicjr .
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are a number of other striking manufactory, one r -<; tar
beside bat stipulated certain .n.IIUmlJl and praline plant, two hanks, and well
formations of of Hercules.basaltic columns There are bat.elDt'ntf't1 n*....r".1 time prMU'iiu of r.Iu"llIg If stocked! stores emliraelnff .''''J. RuveulH tho Nows uml FactH governing

tb* Pillars 1".Urnun.It",1 domes minds 111.-: corxlltiixiM were nut fi llow" "' l."Hliortly thing In the <'ial line, Vuluen.Stuilic.
after hi* departure u well" .
of other fantastic - -- --
tbotMMiod rocks down 111'.1 trentl'uuin mine In sad banded un feapes. One group of (1InnatiH.l I.) our paying teller rlxlt< fur Er.(11e1la Movements.RoviowH .
small streams descend. .
wblcb numerous 1 f-urtttft tlx signature of our client and lOUiSYlllr[! ANDNASUYIUr
1 called Cape Horn. laminating. the and critlcKsc'H Railroad
throuifb this region with" It a letter. re umtliiK ii. to honor rinulyzcH'
cene everywhere time Lk with ctb. lul'" Mter. wa" and Industrial rcport4.'
extinct volcanoes, snow.'ajP |
are the two owe of the OHMlltitmn we" iii>\,(e+v\ fur
IfJr.tt't7. Htlll fe >Un( that we wereAkfnic Has cornplwto table of KnrningH of
D. D.
a ('hall("". the mon'1 PropcrticK.QuoteH i .

out to him. After tiobllnt the c iirrenrymofii
autivu and inactive Stocks and
a <-nt 'In tin bawds din returned It.

with request f, r the (-Lf''k. whU-li. te -- Boridff.Ricordrf.

:1..1r01" before u.. tho la> t mal) of BondB and tho
OQ the following day our client
SuiwnbouTFfflBecause banked n. for our courtesy and waited Fastest Time--- Finest Service yield on IrivcHtmentM at tho prico.AnHWcnt .

the overdraft prirlb- saying that without .
chargu incjtiirifH concerning
beo had no further use for It. He bad ,
the best -ToBirmingham '
they are with him a -b--rk for .VMJ.. whit b*> Investment.

the land for the money df'pn.lted 71i to hail wIn, from hl. Oae MlM friend em a bet. He bail 11 tbat be .
Ask dealerr tlu3smy".lira''Shoe ctvuki negotiate au overdraft for that Nashville 1ii11isviIIN U hrltrr" qulin I- latest roaey
you amount without flr.t eipUlnioa thAt stem.' all4t pr.Atably. sad U .,19''". abet latest.meat. .

and in- It WA a bet a 0.1 the nature of tt, and Cincinnati, 8tChicago fAU J, tb.* ... wb. ...... set.PL'IWSIli1) .

getting it i Via friend wa rer.d that no tank would

trust Win for tbat am'IO.--Kao..
J City Htr. and all point forth and %Yet In DAILY HY- "

hrrKjgh Pullman J1.Upr with un.z.
IMS AND BOARD A Cr..pis Du'''. celled Dining Car Hot-n..'*- IH) \r, JONES & CO.,

Blood po<,oo creep* up toward* the OFFICIAL UOLTK w Kana City U nra4 '!tree', Jlew Yerk.TilK .
f- Colored People In the *nIb.rn l<.(>U,l <(< 'Hivftttltoa to
i iKIT1IE heart, ratulag death. 1 tB "l.al'D' bb.bl May !O>I7ib ( '.>. fare rale OLUfLST: 5C1TM AKEMT OP WILL $TIC.EET.fll. .

.li. Praise, Mion, writ* that a >h.. CO enl for the rour.d t"Ip. Htnp. Tsar1 x..u.
M'CRAY. friend
_hieb swelled Ilk blood poi.ontng. Lowia ai: J )'allualb! Cat*. INVESTORS READ THE WALL STREET JOURNALTHE
Street.csadstl.ue op
:100 WeftCLIHertf For ** >ie.; *ar r >..nations, mat.
Bo kI >Q'( JlraJcA JMlve drew oat the .Wn", ratty mad fall iafAraaaiien eUK.

_ Y rsi t-faau. Estess. & JXm$dHLrbi l* tvton tot lif*. !**.. <. th* world for turn r'gu .. AC". L A "''I.2...4 W. Itef StM( .l, .. r r,
75e at all sloes. Jsrllso.vllle r;..
put tR sbs city. ....4 ftorr drug MQ t. l

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s .. }jEWS: OF Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Thomas are on a TO noon C. C. Strickland of Hague one of the

brief visit to Starke. FRECKLES AID PIMPLES most succesful! planters in that section .
J. S. Stephens of Jacksonville is registered I I was trading in the city! yesterdy.Mr. a

COUNTY CONDENSED at the Brown House. In 10 days, use Strickland states that the crops
ia need of raa.I .
A few Florida seed peanut to be .SAT.KJOLA. I are badly here we are again with more
found at G S. )Merchant Co'*, W L Hill{ of the Mutual Life Insurance -
Matters,of General Interest Oaths I Bargain for ,ou. No matter what yen.
York ha returned -
of Sew
Merrill Wilcox of Company)
Early Bird spentcsterday The Complexion Beautifier. want in the Dry Good Hoe, we have It
s eyed by Om. Reporters. among friends in this city. from a business! trip to points at a less price than yon can find It else-
that section .
Misses Lillian and May Thomas leftetterday in South Florida. reports

PERSONAL. AND SOCIAL ITEMS on ,a brief visit to Jackson- in prosperous condition.

t '...-',, y Hie. Amcnsc the visitors ti> this city yesterday vthere.SPECIALS

What. Hat Happened What Is Going S. J. Gunn awl wife of Otter Creek were Justice L. J. Knight andJ. I :
';' I T. Stoke of LaCro e. These gentlemen -
the visitor this
te/Happen were among to city .
In Short ParagraphaP
Told I dozen Ladles' 20c vesteonly. 12Jo
( d .. state that the LaCrosse section 20
,-:: $ ...that "H. Who Runs May Read" f was viiited by' a fine rain Wednesday 15 dozen Ladies' All-Linen Hem-
'""1''' H. L. Rosenberger, a promlne t.clt each. .
med-Stitched Kerchiefs lOolOo
;',: "y.I It I In The Sun. afternoon which was badly needed and
.! ' '... ben of Kirkwood was trading in the 10 pieces Curtain_Swiss! regular.
'rI.t.. :* Ladies' calling card. in latest styles which will prove of incalculable Rood .-, ..
.. r city yesterday.You 15e values a J per yard: : :,
Ban office. to the growing which have been
at crops
1 for yard .. 6c
like beer? Drink Cincinnatos, 2U pieces 7o Gingham ,
; ,'of"- W. C. Clark: of LaCrosse was trading absolutely. non-intoxicating. Galnes- suffering for some time.

at r . In the city yesterday. rills Bottling Works. 3t. Rev. S. B. Rogers of the First Baptist -

) J. B. Padgett made a business tripto J. 8. Crown, the trucket of Rocky Church departed yesterday for

Jacksonville yesterday. Pointwas among those who came to Kansas City, where he will attend 24
the annual convention of the South1
his city trading yesterday.
Simonson's Wonderful Salve for sale
by J. W. McOollam AHBo. J. R. Kmerson made viiit yesterdayo ern Baptist Churcb. After this convention Remember we have only this lot:of 24
,y he will proceed to St. Louis,
For Rent-Offices over Chltty's Kirkwood. where be went to look SATINOLA Is a new dioooverr.guaranteed Fine $1.25 White Spreads, 98
store Inquire R. H. Porter.T. after his grove and farm Interests. and moDe refunded if it tall to remove tbe where he will attend the anniversary to sell at, each. . . . c
wont Bare of Freckle. Pimple. Tao SsllowM. of the Northern BaptiUs. He expects
J. Riven, a. planter, of Alachua Marcus Endel has returned from Liver Spot Blackhead. or any akin two'weeks. 31
be absent about
,. to . .
t, was trading in the city yesterday. I acktonville where he has been in at- eruption In SO dalI. Leave the kin clear
wits health, and restores the beauty of After a brief but pleasant visit to
A nice lot of sweet potatoes just in. endance at the Grand Lodge Malone
food stock. G. 8. Merchant A Co. youth. Thousands testify to the merlin of old friends in this city. Col. and Mr*. Wilson'sT.
A full line of feeds such! as corn, Satlnola.MliM Busy
John E. Lambeth, have returned to
J. W. Blanding made a brief business oats, bran hay, cotton seed meal etc., Alice LJrette writes: Thlbod aux.La..
rtes trip' to Jacksonville yesterday. at right prices. (J. S. Merchant & Co. Oct. 1&. '04.-"For four year my face 'war their home in Atlanta Ga. They resided -
completely/ covered with frecklei and pUn pies. here for many' years Col. Lambeth
Mrs. O. M. Smith of
1 J. acompanied Store.
L. Walts of Hawthorn
i was registered All remedies failed until I used two package having been engaged in busines
a at the Brown House yesterday.For by her charming daughter of Satlnola. which completely removed the While situated in their
they are nicely
Miss Hattie, visiting Mr. and Mrs. freokJea
and pimples. My complexion la now
Sale-1.000 Irish potato barrels.J. Georgia home at the same time they
J.-J.. Mixson. and hop every lady havlrur freckles
N. Bone Gainesville Fla. d2w4tw
k or pimple. will try Satlnola." Price Wo and still have a "weakness" Gainesville F. THOMAS
Cow peas I Cow peas I See Q. 8.:Merchant Frank 1). Warner of the Gainesville 11.00.by leikdloK druitaUw or mall. and were delighted at the opportunityto .

) i Co. and get the price.. on each Orchard Company made a business NATIONAL TOILET CO., Par!*, Tenn. be here again if only for a short

,; them. trip to the company's orchards Sold in Gainesville by J. S. Bodiford I time
F, E. Gallon of Hague was among Palmer yesterday.Mr & Co., J. W. MoCollum A Co., W. M. UnOfUTA tnO ((0.
Profs. Tom F. McBeath and George
kl the visitor to the county capital yes and Mrs. W. E. Dow spent yes Johnson and all leading druggists.Mrs. .
M. Lynch of East Florida Seminaryhave
q, terday. erday delightfully as the guests of returned from Tallahassee where

; Attorney Benton T. Ellis has returned Manager If. A..Callison of Spring Park E. W Mlllican and t.wochlldren they have been in attendance upon the FULL LINE OF

from a professional visit to took farm, Bennlngtvn. of Waldo were visitors to Gainesville convention of the county superintendents

jzcc, Starke. Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Oolson and yesterday.Miss of public instruction and school NEW GOODS.

;i Mrs B. T. Dell Is In Starke on a visit daughter departed yesterday for a Maud MoMurry, a charming officers. During the convention Prof. -------

to her parents, Captain and Mrs. W. brief visit to Mrs. Colson's parents young lady of Starke, Fla., is spendinga McBeath made an interesting ad- Agents tor...

T. Weeks.ft Mr. and Mrs. Bowers at Bartow. few days with her sister Mrs. P. H. dress, which It is needless to add was Monuments, Tombstonesand

Get prlesa from G. 8. Merchant A Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Ford and daughter Perry of this city. enjoyed. The gentlemen report a fine
Iron Fences.See
,J Co. on field peas,peanuts,ehufas,corn, little Miss Inca and Mrs. }I. H.ifoClamroch W. G. Gaskins assistant State organIzer meeting the majority of the superintendents .
}; oats, bay, etc.Attorney ) departed yesterday forSt. of the Modern Workmen of the being in attendance. Our Samples

J, A. Williams I. spending ) Petersburg where they will recuperate World departed Wednesday for Jacksonville Conductor H. M. Peake of the Atlantic -
$; 'a few days In Cedar Kay on professional for a few days. in the Interest of the order. Coast Line, who has been for thepa.t. Personal attention to.All matter ia

}!fIT business. A, L. Glass, J. G. Torrey and J. 8. Albert Perry, who has been spendingsome few months on the High Springa- this Hoe. ..u... telegraph orders

tc. Wanted-A flrst-fllaae colored female oily left yesterday for Jacksonville time with relatives here has ao Citra run, has been assigned! to a run promptly attended to.

r cook for small family. J. R. itessrs. Glass and Torrey went for the cepted position aa messenger with the on the Sanford and St. Petersburg division -
Fowler Lennon Fla. 8t
purpose of attending the meeting of Western Union Telegraph Company. between St. Petersburg and Gainesville Florida
It's risky. Don't buy unknown extracts the Shrlners in that city last. sight Trilby. He is succeeded by' Conductor -
Get Blue IUbbon Lemon and
John O. Delis, one of the most competent Claude Davis Captain Peake made
4, Vanilla. Best ever made.J. accountants In the State, has many' friends during his stay' here who THE CONTINENTAL

T. Price, a progressive merchant accepted a temporary position with NEW YORK regretted to see him leave but trust
and farmer. of Bell was transacting the Alaehua County Abstract Company that he will be pleased with his new CAFE-RESTAUi1A.IIT.
I. business In this city yesterday. .
which he will occupy during the run.A.
Friends of W. R. Anderson will regret absence of B, R. Cotton. Mr. Colson, W. Taylor and Ion Alexander and

to learn that he Is indisposed at with hi. wife and baby, has gone on.a William Adamson have returned' from

his{ borne, log N. Pleasant street.If visit to South Florida. RACKET. LaFayette county', where they went

you want a line, invigorating\ We have left our old stand 106 several days ago: on a surveying tour.
.i drink try Cincinnati All dealers Vest Main street 8., and have taken Mr. Taylor' ha a contract to survey a
have it. Gainesville Bottling Worka.All. .
t up more comuiodlons quarters at the tract of :S50.000 acre of fine timber
'; ..... Minna Hampton and Chris* opera house corner corner East land in LaFayette for the Putnam

tine Hlcharda have gone to Washington Union and East Main streets. and CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTH Lumber Company. He intended to finish
H. 0., where they will visit friends the work without
would bel pleased to have our friends delay but declared -
for a few week. continue their visits and patronage the mosquitoes and other insects

+: M. M. Klbley, a locomotive engineerin J, %v. MeCollum Co.. d ruullt.. For the next week were so annoying the party could
the employ' of the Dutton we not endure the
Phosphate hardships and were
Isaac Levy formerly of this olty. to .
Company) is spending a short time now traveling for Brun Rltchey .t will give with each pair of compelled to return. lie states that

with his family In North Gainesville. Co., wholesale druggists, New York {is King Quality or other $a.50 the mosquitoes were so numerous and 0,.n(fr.toornerSouthof tam XIUIhU. .: Postofflce r.)......
Mr. M, Kndel: and would swarm to such an extent that it
eon, Marcus, returned spending a day or two in the city i in Invr Shoes W'.lu. Mtata.S _
of nice
a pair
yesterday' from a delightful the Interest of his firm :Mr. Levy was was Impossible to keep a lamp lighted

visit' of three weeks to the former'sparents For several years holding similar position Socky 1;; We are very desirous the pests being so thick that they' would

s Mr. and M,.. J. Hurklm. Bit with Solomon A Co., Savannah,' of having the wearersof actually smother the flame. The party'

iningham Ala. and ha* established a flue trade in this. expects to return and complete the SMITH'SMoults
"'e hue removed from our old territory. tirst-elass Shoes try the work In the early' fall S

land to the opera house eorner and Friends of L. M I. )McCormick who Ring Quality, which for Injured His Hand.

&i would b* glad In welcome our friends has hero in Atlanta, Ga., for the treatment durability _
three. .:Kvervthlrig drugs that couldbedeslnd. workmanship, Thursday morning J. L. Shaw of
of his All
for the few the old and
eyes past .. standards
J. W, McCollum .t Co. and comfort MalphuTf, who own and
week, will be gratified to learn tha cannot operate a the
i William \h.I."on saw mill was the victim of choice3t of the new ones
departed yesterday an acciJent
physically' he has Improved very mach, be excelled in this country.Remember .
for Dunndlnn Mr. Anderson i is which la likely to incapacitate him fur as i issued.
Saving gained tn pounds In aroirdu
employed .. sampler by the l>uttnn pots Ills condition is not reported so I that all this some time and came him a great deal Ak to nee them as they cannot t.

l'b'NlIh.l.'UlI'''"', which keep hint t favorable, however, as far a. his ,eyra !j! week you will be entitled of .pain and annoyance. Mr. Shaw had displayed' to advantage in a ease.
on the more a greater part of thetlm the misfortune to get his right hand
concerned but {it Is
are hoped that
*. there will soon be a change for the to a nice pair of Socks.IMattingMatting.. mixed up with the circular taw whilein SPECIAL MOUNTS for E. F. S., |

Icon Henri S Chubb dvnarted yesterday better I 1f 1-- ____.____ motion with the result that the I School Children and Babies.
for Winter "Park' having Wen .. .. .. f -- -- member wa horribly mutilated.
- -- ------- -- --- ---- -
railed bJ'' telegram; on account of th. Mr. Shaw came immediately to this Fine Fadeless
serious illness of hi. thrreyearoUon. READ THIS. I I city, where a physician dre..ed the'I Fotografsj

j It I Is luipfd hrt found the conditl.m wound. It was discovered that no From I4OCketfto'Lif. Size.SMITH'S .
Springfield: Tenn.June 11 IPUl. '
t little I t bone were broken, but it
of the patient improved will\ b- tome
I have been troubled with kidney STUDIO'r' !
J. W. "Pattou left yesterday for rat I I before the victim cat u.t-te mu.
and bladder trouble for number
a of f | \ti'(' have just received a tilated member -
advantage.Some ,
lalka, In the vicinity of which hilt ha years and, severely .o, and having noticed I
an extensive contract for surveyingII the advertisement of Itr. F W.i, large shipment of Matting, ---" - --

Is regarded' a. oo M>f the uio.t rams II all', Great Discovery, A Texas Wonder and have some good pat MLeave -I'
petentPurveyors l la the State and enjoys concluded I it II
to give a trial from 0
terns. If you should need I' ?
a flne business 1 In this direction. J
which I found relief\
great and would j f
The In .tenor of the .home of I,, JUurkhhn I recommend It to tho* similarly at- any Matting it will pay you An Estate for the Widow

East Main street X ha aj t fl.cted. H. 11. Kim {I to look at our line hefore''

,been considerably{ Improved In ap- To Invest and lose, or a. '..tn..ta. i&J- ,
\ano. by the oiling *f the floor A TEXAS WONDER. hu'ing., lion to speculator. Jll\* molt! I!
.* and the appllsatlon{ of new and mod One small bottle of the Texas Woadr I -- --- - better to leave her
"w'r ...rn designs of wall p* .er. The work Hall's Urvat Discovery ears al 11 t I McCall Patterns and MagjQzines S500
was done under lire tfupervUioa of kklney and bladder trouble, rvmovvs have or $1,000 a Year Incoms -

k St.r btrrr.\ Phllllpv. contractor' I I Crawl, cores diabetes, seminal *mise'aioaSv I just arrived. for Life, or for 20 or 30 Years? '7 r -

a The paring around the court bou. ; .weak and lame backs, r .um&- I '

square under the dlnratloo of County fcam and all Irregularities of tae kid'neys j I I Hammocks, Ice Cream W* will send you' torn 'fnt-rr.tr: {'

Commissioner IVdrtok is procrvtslagnicely ':! and bladder In both m.a' a .jj! Freezers, Dixie Nets and all information showing bow s 1Inb a and within the next threeti or> .0 ISM 0, reul.tes bladder trouble annual outlay will i,.,l4 trBent ,. +OO aLa t.,
.j children.. It not sold by your droggUt' | seasonable goods at lowest yearly income for aqyottcwhom
fMr daJI.iIl t.Mt ompUter affording will b* sent by mail OIl receipt of $1 l. JOG ear to provide waITS yae".til.
an excellent walk wbleh will be appreciated One small bottle Is two momha treatment ;11 I prices. t..

by pedestrians. The work is tw and e Mom fall u> prf.et a ---- '- -- - W.LRILL&WeB.ItJ SsSTSSSttftSsf y r
. ,.. Dr. Km4t W. I
' eQ flail taW m&nn-
tag performed under the fonrmansbl '.*,o.r. P. O. box *: St. Lonl+. )Ie. PHIFER BROS. JM"f'l&1 &trv+sts 1'C H % S3
of J. D. Williams, one orbe most ; 'Lf
814 for lmoDiala. 8014 byA aU Life Isi<*iraa<*' .. **
) cotap.uat" brisk masons la the Stat. 4 "' ... FWfer/ Corner.GaUenvill Fla. Ww4. jy
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