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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 20, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00601
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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SSIAN ADMIRAL'SPLANS BIG STEAMER IS FLOATED. I PEACE MOVEMENT' i I DEATH:: FROM_ -_ MORPHINE.- GENERAL ASSEMBLYOF

After Being Aground 36 Hours Ocean Florida: Man Found Dead In New Yo.-k

ARE SECRETpanese Liner Proceed on Voyage. Hotel-Woman (n the Case
New York, May !: .-Alter l Ding! for GETS A BACKSET i' r.w't"; .... Ma> 1 IU.Herlieit l I.'ull PRESBYTERIANS

:JO; hours firmly imb ded In the sandy! Kepler, a bookkeeper( whoso homo w.,i

bottom of Klynn's Knoll the shoaltlut In Dolitnd.: r'U.. .Ut..T tn a room lariuaKen's
Unable To Locate Hojestyensky'd >quarters of a mile ort Sandy Teamsters Still Running :StrikoDedans : hotel I at Kort-sixth street, ConYt'nti\ Fort Worth Tcx&a

hook, the giant (Cunard liner Caionia.was and Sixth avenue tod.ty from morphine
Ships. !tloated toda) As tie! big Slip President Shi-a. I pusunlug.1Ctth With Many Delegates. t

gilded into deep wat"r11" ( 11I110 iiu.. .- I him at the time waa A' woman - ,

JMOR OF ILLNESS DISCREDITED bait around apparently I uninjured II utuher NO BACKDOOR POLICY FOR HIM \II 1 hit loll! the |1'01/(0/ thai hi r nnmt wii 3.032 CHURCHES REPRESENTED "r

- mishap, a cheer went up fiom the - -..- I lira. dt| itiiii Miller, and that t>h.* fed

ports from St. Petersburg Deny that passengers who had bcvn Involuntary Leader of Striking Teamsters Says front I)"'lalld with Kepler two week The Most Important Uuettlon Before .
prisoners almost] within night of the B",.. Mr*. .Miller II"?.*. ..(!
lojeatvenaky Ha Asked To Be Re. No Oveitures Have Oet rt Made fur Body It to Form.a Closer Relation .i
New York
docks since last Tuesday. I 1"1.10'1"| W aM it nun ,.f a IVIan.t phy ,
Sieved-.Junction of Squadrons Was They hud begun to l'-H.c: under melts Arbitration from Employers and that alrlan. and 1 that he left Koridit: mt- Between the Different. Branches of

Formed May 8-Other New prolonged: stay on the!and bar and He Will Not Make Any. deal) liermis.' of konu* tt many had almost abandoned hope th.u I gut into tti! 'ie. .
jkio, May 18.-Noon.-TUm report the voyage would be continued without t'lilcagu.10&) l! .-Presldi'Ut foriio- "IU l belt' a wife and sesontl! rill! Foiloitti.. IVx.. Mil) !!'. .The tort
departure of Vice Admiral Kojesl- the further unnoyinx delas that luis J' ::)Ut iI. of the tcumat.. i> Internu.'ional drew tK'liInd wh-n he lied.' ulto *I.J. t) lift h a_oeml l> of the I'rt..b l )h'rl&1&"i
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sky from Hon Kobe bay northward transshipping would in\ulve. union. thiow cold: '1't I tu''HI. and she had-I liii her httkbau.l to come ehurclt In the t'nltod :atiilt'H ( ;ottt horn : I
news the popular expectation ot a The ("aronla came off the shoal with : ;: on all jM'jfr move H>. >I. rlar il bore \vtih bits l'I'f..hyltIWII chnicht convened. lit th..i .J Y
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val action la the near future. U U' her stern minting[ out to sea and at that he had not considered' ui| ,iiutloulii I I She has 1"1.1I'tlllllt',1 l.y the p> Bf'\.I"IIi> 1..lIha.II.1I church thllnuirnliix

laved that Admiral Rojfi tveiis4\y once btnried to gttam back toward the any total lietwron the leatii oiviu-r* !lice peixMug a lurihor m tet t mutton oi / ; (h..r10::\ ('.IIIIIIIII"II'r.,

ring filled bis coal bunkers and replied city. It was Mipobed that thlllII as association std the amulet union tin (\"f K |IIl'r! wa* alnml :Ii )rut's I iipieirntlttR tt: s> n.Ht., \\t-re pn his fleet is now In coudiiloi. because the narrow bMp channel did Mini that he had tu-vrr attiei tl ut arln- old. The luoruliiK M'II.hlllI"| tak n up

assume the aggreoolve if he so dees. not afford sufficient sea room for the rate the quci.ih of whether I Ito team In the room which Kepler: and tinwoman with\ u HiTiiinn" l>) the retiring mud!*>r-

It Is the opinion of tome that big steamer to swing around and ItII Ii!! mon. hhould .K-lUer to t b.'% cot ted occupied the poce: found twit ut.tr lt>-\ ;l. M. Noel t) U. of Ka a- 'r

jestvensky may make a tlemonstra. believed that she would] run up to bousts. The dt'fMiatluu of Shi a came amall t 10411t1a'1i. One UIIM till. ,) with sis CM)

In the vicinity of the Islands] : ofga Gravesend bay and once more turn as a biiiprlKv 10 ull concerned! as It I morphine and the other noiirl) t'IIII.ly.. At the kiKHiuit. thU ali..rniM n a sew t

and the Pescurodes. and then her nose toward the sea and again was explicitly I I slated (ant niutil: t und ponlulued A truce of the tine;. Mr*. moderutor will b.' elected for one year
|er the Pacific enroute for. \'JadlvoIt. begin the ]long-delayed] voyagu across today thai Shea hud made Mich anagreement. Miller told the police that Kepler had and l.'h'rl..l1111"1 will uaxlut In the prep- "

the Atlantic. At the time ui Shea's been denpondeiit for .-e\erul du) ant( Iat I Ion nf the asartnbly 11 lnlltf'.. wilt y
lis Is, however purely specula8. statement, (lit' trots ouer.. n"i.ocU. I had told but tinli .M hU fat: her didkomtlhlnx tits chum'll

Everything depends upon Admirlojestvensky's Whipping Post for Wife Beaters. lion vtas lu couli-rente select nit Ux'tr at once to II n up Ihe tnnibte I'lulmlil. the iuo_t liuportani nial'ter ,
plan which while as }Portland Ore.. May 19.-The "whip member of the aibltrallon land i l which at !>>'land hi' fisted 1III\If'thillIC to txiinn np ut I Ihe I\U\
disclosed, may include au extend- ping post ]law" passed by the legislature they declared both they and Shea had 'dreadful would IaPP( ,'tt.I ",i 1111'flI14I11| of clone relation wltU .'

stay In southern'waters.U \ January lat for the punishmentof agreed to. I I When Mr Miller wa arnilttiied In other 1'.1. !>> I..Ian hodli'H. t'.;.

reported that the contractors wire-I.... atert. goes Into effect today "I am not Kulntc to arbm.iti'' tit.yueatiun police com t *|lit'i wan remanded. to thn! The -ommllte uplHilnti-.l liy theneini.lv .4.
supplied the cowl I and provisions la this ttate. The 111'1law providesthai of bow they shall conduct I cUMtiNl) of the coioner wit limit "'lUll'IlIlIthlll. rat i'ioi! to conrvr Will rrprw 1'
IdmlrAl Hojesivensky in ]IndoChlna a mui convicted of wlfe-beating their business." bald President SIu-a ( niaiHc I of olhVr I'rcoltyterian

|ers, approached the French colonial may be "punished with whipping not "Then will" ten no baCk<"1I ", .tllt' -- --- churches: fur the puriH>.t will make It*

dais] prior to the arrival of the Hun- exceeding 20 ]lashes, but this U only 1IIl"IH.'lwfI I un beaten, 1 hall come WOMCN CAUGHT QAMOLINO. repoilt Tli, rrMyit| will Include what ',
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fleet and arranged a rendezvous In additional punishment and not tbe out and say so." -- U known a* th" "I'ltinliiirK I'lun." '

amranh and lion Kohe !hA.t;. Con exclusive punishment fur the crime. This declaration on\ the part of Kheathrew New York Detective Raid Retort and aiioptt'd\ at a turning of rprat| eiUa< p

anon of ihif report is however, The old punishment by fine or Im tile whole peace move up lu the I Make big Hau'.w liven of setus tertan and reformed
obtainable prisonment\ still In effect under the air. Member' of th.. Leant ownrr' I :-':.. Turk. May 19A .1111111111" chin chew lii Illeburx( I'M., In

- new law. According to the new law association atartrd out HI once to find ho'ISe. for, woiiitu has Ijeen raided InV l>--('<'inlter. IU M. which provide" fur IhworRanlRatlon

Rojestvensky Is Not Sick.t. the whipping IK ''ClI1dIlC'lfl,1IIthln! the Shea and get some Men of how and I \ ,..t r*> iiy,tlilnl street tlY city .If'h'c- of nn "rl"la.tI'a'| roiin

|: Petersburg May !'. .-The feeling! walls of the county or city jail and w here they mood How lie report tltecrnilliK ";..IIIIIIII..lIh'II. nnletlr whr....h.I ell c(>lliNied| of IH1\., four irpreten.lalht .

pressed Fete that owing to the reed by the Mherlff i.f the County\ or by a that be bad agreed to arbitration originated ,I rhurtii and lelepli..rie were collflscaied *. from each cliiirch Imdy for Iheprunoilon
nervous breakdown of Vice! Ad.jral regularly .. 'policeman as the was nut explained i 111 Shea, but and ihuoiil) nut n round on lhpreiul .. \ of co-operation of fiiiemiedrliuifliea
*Kojebi \enjik:' )' the Kusslan fleet case may be. he denied that lie hail e''t made midi a xaa arrested on chait. ofconiluniliift ; In foreign mriulouary. .wink,

aid ]lose a* commander Is untrue -- an agr..i.nlCnI. Declaring: n<> such proposition I the place and In nenernl wotk throttuhout the
be admiralty today authorized the Mr. Chadwick' Property Sold. an tb.- alleged; a-lm ration! ot ItO A ilo/v-U or mute |iuliiiiey! garbed LIIII"tot'ltl' ,..

tement 'bai KoJe tv'nHy has not ClevelandI] >> I M) 11A toe Male J b..) coti had Iw-tu C'111I....?. nJ b)' tfifttulntlcm. wonied wtir IraningCxt JI..tH!) <"er the Tin it..eeiv: .which <<
lied to be relieved' from duty )("110"- todilb)' bust,.. In Ixuikritptcy.l Nathan President Hha rdlltd the tables when the |I'IICCrntttad| .. Withrrenmi rrpr..enl.ua: rhllrc-t. .".1 :3I11

the condition or the Humlnn ad- Ixiexer. of the fiiadwlck home guar>' a allhrf rfnH l Ii) tli- hAUl own' of aUriu they ran to nil part f'Ulllh.llnlt'.II'" a/'l nrtina' ". its la "t r no
l's health continues to be a source stead at Kuclld! avenue and 0' nenmttreet. 'r.. to pacify the empl< :; 1jO' a.*"(,'.. '' of the hOIlJot", ,,. e'r pii rater |he> tear' '1. j'irUrlleMon. ennui fiver al!
[ anxietyIt is confirmed that the the hlKhe, t bid wan f 1.1"0.1 viOll I I! roof but Ihr- other were found In e1Mls touth of ( he Ohio first fruit

rt that be had applied Is to be re- made h,. cx-Judxe. \\'. !lO) nlun on ""Th' teamsters air .loll' : tinning th a' rloa.ers, and in the rttnl rar.| \fjHtltlntl weal to New Meilro.Meeting .
?red may have arisen out of the vlrftl behalf of the Savins: eKMilt Itank strike." he uld "Ih( t "ti think wvlan I Tn.wutu.."n iteniled( hard for mercy. ..-. -.- .--- r

decision in view of the conditonKojeatvensky and Trust company\ of f'lyrla. O the "* JotlllC! to ufhltrate nor flll..tJun| and after taking their addnteiK-a and at Wtnona Lake. |nd.XVInona '

, s health to l'n,1'Ie... bolder] of a luortuVwhich, with lu whether or not -icliaiir -, may dray re.(jlnc. a erere lecture, i ha IM,HC<> AI! hake |tnd.' May it,.-Th*
jjiral Uirllfff \Hadlvostok where" terenl I. amounts to about IH.OOO; The er good? Thai Is what 'hl. proiwr.l-I ltlou : I.... iJ i hemi> (". A big 1 rrod l which' genial I ssM-mhly of the !viiyfrlan ,

the event of his success In the corn- ..rup.'M) ..HH appraUed at $40.0m A to arbitrate means I I.. you think bad. assembled ok the afiert ,....,.-d the 'bnrrli .11".1 tier today end In pointof
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battle will tale! over the supreme lot In IJnrotn avenue was bid up to we all want In "yo" to Jjll \\'. have women a. they pard DILL aiivndtnr' incliidlng commUslonernand ,

wand of the jluh!!Uu naval forces ll.C-0; while the (third piece offered, a nut reriltfd any noil,-.. .,r an arbltr Apparently Hi.. plane w ". primarily acute woikcr. In the church It
he Far Kasi and occupy a position mall lot tallied at |2l>0. had on. bid tlon proiMMiltloii I bate in> right loluuKn a |MI )I room, but bad. i-. lud. up| fank will with any former meeting

Ijillar to that or the (late Vice Ad- of 1120. 1>r. Cbadwlck waa present arch an MKriiu! .. waa print with aiul>llni a'.ph"rD.Jla .MI the of IhU lejIjiUlU body torture lbeiaUir. -

.. Makaroff at Port Arthur and of : at the sale. <*d lu the rooming paMr"Th | hlthl'lI" tii I*til find diversion Uutween n.. \.11..0 If.ndy. Ihr retiring naval'. ,

Admiral Skrydrorr at Vladivostok.ritish ti'alrlalera' joint r>>uncl I I. hereto the 11I('.-.. pie, .rhed. U he i>i>.nlnj( sermon,
Sheriff Foil t'cidr th t romiuinsifinerii' ap-nt roiMt of the
--- Lyneher ( : such matter It baa nut
Steamer Sights Vessels. Nashville, Term. May 19.---A Union taken. any such ..,....In..1I' up. Tri. Sam Joee CuiogHea: Ra...".11. im>rnlnK' nllne he aule, giving rrndentiat -
igaporc, Nay IV -The Hosslan City. Tenn.. dlvpatch to the Manner t"ant o"nf"h are! talking a treat. deal. rartr lle.! (;a? May 1)Tb." set I to the slated! rlotkii, and r ft.N" t.
nom of I.-y.( horn I1 J. lab
was Inilai] :ude 1.1: :{'. and Vongl- saC that a molt was forrneii here fur They are nifrtlnc tuVLJt..UI hair r.p, ne at his relrifl4 l | >iwiiMi for aeal*, There
e 111.20: cost fah ,ut 1 120: mlle. the purpose of l.ochloJt1. Clemmont. re.eata1P. to act m",n au arbitration ernacl rne.tlnn here created a ..-i..atlvn I was !Ie... talk Oil. mornlAir of whom
beast of Cape Varclta.. coat of An- a negro who shot officers. In a raid cunnmlt( They bar lu >: otu.tbln ** b.. attacked. erytlllnc; from a : wruFld, he Itautrd 0e Ibo SlewIIft40541r
J''Iue.. ruurt bailiff. (I. th
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r during the morning of May h. on a crap game recently and the neICro to k -fthe| eroplar alerrlatluu; > glavrtn.rr than at any general l **.efnbly for
the .<4i'', oei'Kliug( bt ,
>reline to a I't port brouubt her mould have been h.nlC".s bad not crowd off their. perks' everything many year It .>*m. to I lw taken by
[ the British steamer HOOK Wan I I. the sheriff learned of the plot and spit A. J heed, a prornlaen member. of wren these that .a. Catering to ill- c(me'.i Char the plar will' gn to II' 1

German steamer tVegovIa sight- lied him away Clemmon was takento the tNIDliK.ra' Joint nIlat onflrm* | hone t ? (.s.. method and tin \\\n\ rut James |It ",,".1. evident of W*.l..
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IoIt,.. Th'1.tur.
. forty-two KiiMtlan ship 4* mites I>Te..-len. Tnn and landed In Jail. l'rr.id Cape Varelra!: May 15 steaming The negro who bad ben trIM and a.rt..mrnf 1o arbitral a.'ii the leant b>' Mr JOII.. .a. a Hvpitcao \\ tea f'a
for bur" ."'. te said| .. t"u< b lie..
sly north. given a sentenced of It year* 'la prlson. owners bad been Tb* maul. pubhr..n! 4 e b. .. "nU("r," but he'a.
appealed] his ra!HI to the supreme - other Wforr the .a.rubf! and uux tA
for Jtrera.reIt. who .tid and d.
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Junks Carry Supplies.' court. Employing Printer II) Meet.Atlanta. which -1ft""b"' approach< **] with rrrat (a
ong Kong ;May U.-A special cor. Way 1> Koii/"ylo sired nothing bt a fair deal, a.-l that motion ibai of akin' th. Cumberland .
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b for
ass that and ouI::4 stand for
adfont wbo ff-ntly proceeded No New From Yachts. : era from vry MMitbea', n state .. I1Ia branch>> Inns the general .'.eiwi,>lyVMI ,
here to Kwauschau bay ot*..r *.d Nwp.xt. It. I.. May 19.--The yachts I ...mt:. at Ih.. Arajn <
|1 D. Jod; at, night May 1C 16O deepleu stitch started yesterday frost Randy day HMxniflc for the |""ir>-"'r of orRaa -- - of.r.hminfJr! In favor nt the t
junk pre-,umabty loaded. wltb Il...... In the traaAtlaatt r .c* had Ulnjt for acKiib.i-rn t-r ach of the Rejected twter Kills 1.1LJp.ab.nrlpr I>rorj.ltlflft. tad. lb. C4alrab-lfla"'J
fl. >( I) "'"ton.a'4 .
rl.looto, '>e K"4.tan fleet aa not yet been sighted trout the Nan United Typ"Xbeu, or Au- M..a. "here a > e".rrli tae riven .oo.eat by a amall

south we*' ar. : :0 miles off locket Shoats ligbiabip tiff wbicb tb.-, will fc.. from loo to joo1* -,at*. pr.... In the |parlor a' the YVntrtrigbtla majority.. for rr>raml..l<>**r" let tb* ....
M $t. John. The ; ink elbtbltrdst were to make tb>>..>r first tarn .p to rat. Tie" ai+etlaga. held' In home Warn Ui.n"blp, pieadiag ..... !.I,. ,..U.... the,. was' s dlfJ'.'-"..
.ltb )H.. if,rt> Court f < to tn attuw.4
rights wt., !h:! 'IIHfO fo..Hnut\.I'.s: : I a. m. today. A wlrl... the. ace ponasoe. of adios tab.at It* last ri > of opinion ola It,. rytt4e'r-JQ. "',.."byar .
oa the st..arr- approach to from the I'.jcbufcjp ca. the w.atb f"raa t'W'AG".Uoa. of tfc. Vtntr-i tkttr. Into to cali Oil a"r (* tla* Yetano, t'rlan. the e'nnlbwe.t aclni
.bleb 'e.i she. firalt refus4 ()
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bad J sea eoodltkms .. ftdlu.s: Ibe prerpeeiUnaIlyt.t.e "
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dl.trtrt.. Wine the eas.. said..
Ka).' 21 1. .. J-J ..
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At I o'ekxrk thin mornlcc 1l..hysigas ----- - - -
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velvet front lie wk.*( and hriatlag
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Junction Formed May I.T la tb* borta.Mi. iftbt( br.str. n All hate. OfoIta red "''''P1 / Mile U 41 Minute..
It at bU bra sill. (>.eiby l lV yeh(
8&1&08 llr 9 A J UIK" "'. ".. ofett mile aa bour. "'.IC Sa .tno dud. sot. aM baa flred
May I by i- qu&&4ro 6 (0' y roatet.r 2' 67 Ko all a/gbt. Jroyatbla --- sorry you train oa th. Readisc railroad with tb*
a ballet Into bia bona It. 4r.4 afew
Imlrat Rojes'vy and l Mar. t' lo slfht .gbclala of >>.,0,.... toads, who ate
K. .f P. T. Meet at AaniM.e.MosZLomery. hours 1at.rF.ve
.Cal: NobotatoC! 1 I' task pate .-. ', Ala M. 19lb.reed ... - -, stl.allag Ibe. {lulvrMllrual r tlr.w>l

t ftt territorial .srer, C...*.e* li at C*"eyTor Istand.ti. IfwJC fit K.'z. Pythls. ..atAtaM" Years fv C wnt.rfs.s.L muttatesee. u>.a..t.. fb* rue from earn-
..a. ar4 MST He.t Jtl Co AtUhtM Tt. vesaela started .. *. Kay l>.- .'or rb gilltsa. teeN orerwbe ur 'GII, 111 coCo Rome a*-. May I1 -J II. 8tha.
loY 1 1C. mU_. U I) 11&1....*.. beeskIeg ttam ..
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I \ !-a the mlstory of O
... ma" Ants Dy'"g Owt.T.m11. I a e_"u"p/ baa bog ..t blj..tI! over 4.p..4 la art a....* 11,74.4. trywk.14 of sonat.rf.it.ac U. was wslerH Of4, _.' .. ._

I' '. w-. ; .. etsbttlaot! of rII. sat a.... te tnut to a f4 '' a Pr'bua to tlil'lir years I. Iii p...-U.. Paroled I. VI&. DytCB' Melhs.r.

Tat Otunemalaa May : ar '.- a. gutsy 1 IUt.t ') f. A. ...._. of tb. IIra.t' t"pI_ aM to 61 ...Ir a. l.aci a.esa 'tat u.. aft n ',c,' K INnaQ .m ate M' olio : ei .,..1".... caeb year far ,... ...... aippl. ...4e.. to M oUtHt &i tIt bS 1(41$54. t wu. ..., Mnlag a .... h
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GAINESVILLE FLORIDA. MAY 20), 1905
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be in the high or grammar schools of

: PROCEEDINGS OF How Is Baby Today ? the State lie spoke fully an hour.Several .

for find
member spoke
of the
Better thank you. In fact quite well. YOUMAYBECURED
THE LEGISLATURESenators Fat. round and full of life and mischief. against the measure, and Dr. Julian of

Pink and white flesh, dotted with dim- Columbia made a strong plea againstthe 544 Garfield Avenue

ples. No cough no indigestion. bill. He .raid that there was a CHICAGO, ILL., October 9, 1902.
movement on foot among them to establish After doctoring for eleven months and
Go to Hear Debate on All on account of relies
a university at Jacksonville. forty-three bottles of medicine and finding no

Buckman Measure in House. :This he was opposed to. lie did not for leuconhcea resulting from irritation of a fallen
} womb I took Wine of Cardui and fourteen bottles
want the boys subjected to the influence I. cured me. This seems strange but it is the simple

ARE HOT AFTER STATE PRINTER I of a city. He said : "Our col 'r truth. Wine of Cardui helped me from the time I

leges are not what they ought to be. f .. began taking it and having heard Braised
friends who had tried it I felt
by
so nighly
examined
Report on Insane Asylum a Fierce I,: Dr. Buckman hal carefully : satisfied that it would help me,and it did.

Do'cument-Dr.inage Measures Up. I administered by a mother whose love the diseased conditions and diagnosedthat It cured me. Took: every bit of ache, pain

with : the Legislature: ha appropriated and headache, cramps and dragging down sensations
sense.
Buckman' Educational Bill Brings was tempered common
is too'much money In their aid. lie may away till I felt young,strong and happy once more.
OZOMULSION
She know that
Out Much Oratory. conviction that there has It is wonderful medicine and a true friend to women.
have private
a fountain of energy for grown-ups, / / When I look back on the months of torture I ad.it
Tallahassee May 19.-The Senate < been mismanagement! blunder and Wine of Cardniwill
too. ttHtops waste of flesh. It makes seems like a hideous nightmare.
convened at 10 a. m. yesterday. plenty of rich blood. For pale, feeble graft, and now this kind hearted physician cure any woman I believe. I have more faith in it

New bill Introduced : To provide folk it is the chief nourisher at life's instead of suggesting a treatment t than all combined.

fora State sanitarium for epileptic( feast It cures Consumption when that will "radicate these disease ;= 1vlo.PreL

j; inebriate! etc. ; to make the tale of taken in time. All"druggists sell it- partially, says that you shall take this t.
.
wines, liquor and beer unlawful in 50 cents and $1.00 the bottle. Let us i instrument and stab them to death '
.
.l towns of let than :200! registeredvoters. send youFree The cession closed with the bill still 4 : ,Chlcaco JIIaLorioal lub. tlU

Sample Bottle by Mall pending. __ __ ____ ir can you refuse relief when you know you are growing worse day af' fi
i,. The drainage joint resolution of The Richest Man in the World. ter day? Shooting pains,irregularity,inflammation and bearing down painsmake .

Henator Adams, alter being perfectedby Write letter or postal toOZOMULSION The richest man in the world cannot thousands of women milerable.! Why drag through life never E'nor. ,
an amendment, was ordered en- CO. live without ing anything? Wine of Cardni baa made over 1rooOOO.weak and suffering;;;
, have his kidneys replaced nor women well and strong. We ask you to go to :your druggist today and secure
Crossed. OS Pine Street New York, them so it is important not to neglect a$1.00 bottle of Wine of Cardui and begin to take it at once. Do that am:

\ similar bill by Senator West was --_ .- ..-------------.- these organs. If Foley'a Kidney the health Mrs. Kingsley writes about will soon be yonrs.; If you think epetial .
ordered, engrossed. the first of dan- direction are needed in your case, address, giving: symptoms, Ladies
oration of House Bill No. 361, by Mr. Cure is taken' at sign
\ resolution was offered by Senator Advisory Department The Chattanooga, Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
Buekman of Duval. a bill to be entitledan ger, the symptoms will disappear and _

Harris inquiring Into the truth of the act to abolish the present" State your health will lie restored a* it JCAR.QUI
members of the 'N
whether
matter a* to
schools and to establish a female col- strengthens and build up these organ
ll"lUd of State Institution owned
else will. Oscar Bowman,
a* nothing
with
a
loge and a university, together
i' tuck ID the Capitol Publishing Com- ; com- Lebannon K) ., write : "I have used
nbstitnte offered by the special Foley's Kidney Cure and take great
and asking that an Investigating!
patty mittee on Slate institutions, was taken in it cored me !' _.. _ .
' pleasure stating permanently -- --- ---- -- - --- ---- -- - -- -- -- -- ----- -
committee be appointed, with powerto
t which
of kidney disease certainly -
t8f8 d.-
administer oaths which resolution up.The following Is a synopsis of the would have cot me my life."

was adopted.A bill : Sold by J. AV.. McCollum A Co. I _ PRICE LIST .
resolution was also adopted to Inquire -

'r' Into the amount of Insurance, Appoint board of control, removableat In Memoriam. . .OF . .
.. I the will of the Governor. This board
premiums, etc., on State property. McKinstry Parish, little ion of Mr.
I I II to meet at Tallahassee ; i II to assistto
Henator: Zlm'a bill to provide for the and ::\In. Philip Parish, died at the
locate the university ; i II to locate EUREKA WINE & LIQUOR C CTilE CO
.extension Improvement and the erect the female col1"Jebe deaf, dumb home of Its parent near Hague; on

ing of necessary building for the Flor. I and blind Institute ; a colored normal May 3, which lid event was painfullyfelt

ida School for the Blind Deaf and school 1. the latter at Tallahassee. Of by relative and a large oirlce of GREAT SOUTHERN MAIL ORDER HOUSE.

Dumb and to make an appropriation frieuds who extend sympathy to his .
the two colleges, one I II to be east, the
''t therefor, was read third time and parent in the hour of their bereave EXPRESS PREPAID. Full Quart Measure
other west of the Sawannee.
\ passed. 'ment.
The board of control I II to meet at Per Pour Six Pei I
House Bill No. 207 an act to amend Dear little McKinstry was dearly Gallon Quarts Quarts CaseHatehett's
Tallabasse as often as may be necessary I. Private !Stock; ... . -.. .. ......... .......... U 00 M 00 ta 00 11200
r. I Is to elect a chairman ; to havea loved by all who knew him. He wasborn Hatobetf Tbafa WhlMkey .. .. ........ ..... .. .. ... ..... 4 RO 4 OO 6 90 1 I' **
ida, being "An act to . a ; I February 18th, 1902, and passed HatebetfB Olrt Rye.. . ... ... .. .......... ....ti.. ... 320 3 90 44 0 tk
secretary ; and to have and employall EurekaN.C.AppleBrandy... ... ..................... 415 415 7 Ol) 14.<.*.'
Inti l court of lllllsboro approved away to his happy home to be forever N. C. Apple Urandy. .. .. ......... .. ........ ..... ..... S 2* 3 25 86\ :' ,
,,S under waiver of necessary clerks and servant ; to Eureka Malt .. .... ....... .... ................. .... 4 00 4 00 I U h
AprI110,11893. Jesus the
f was visit and Inspect all the Institutions, with and angel Eureka N. C. Peach Brandy. . .. ... ............... .. 4 753X5 415 100 II L ri l
ruler, read the second and third time The interment wa made in the Antioch N. C. Peach Brandy _. ... ....... ......................... 3 25 41r1 0
and each and every department, and Eureka N. C. Corn.. .. .. .. ,. ........................... 3 V 3 25 4 tV> IT
and passed. for the keeping of cemetery on May 4, Rev.. Mr. Eureka N. C. Corn. XX. ................................. 8 00 3 OO 4 50 t 1' ni.'
House Bill No. 67, an act for the relief to provide proper Brown of LaCrosse officiating. It was Eureka N. C. Corn. XXX -. ._. ... .................... 5 75 2114 IH a
accounts rt'51Itfl".nd: records thereof ; I EurekaN.C.Corn.XXXX..... ................. ....... SIlO 2 M 315 ft
of John Y. Detwller for service. a* : a scene of most impressive grief and Old Crow Bourbon .. . ........ .... ... ,............ ..... 4 no 4 AO 0 75 '_ VH
to appoint all the managers, faculty, Hermltaire Rye ., .. ." ., ....... ... '". ........ . . 4 M> 4 no 0 75 : Ik'
fish commissioner, was, under waiver teachers ,servants and employee to sadness. A !-'Rlcon. Sunny Brook Rye .. . . ......... .... _.. .. .. ..... ...... 8 75 3 75 5 till 1 1':10:
of rule, read the second and third ; Hague, May 19. 1903..s Sunny Brook Sour Mash.. .. .. ... .... .. ... ... .. ... ... 3 75 s -n 5 65 11 HIU I
1 remove the same, fix their compensation Reno Sprtnif.SUk .. .. .. . .. ....... .. .. .... .. . 4 M 4 65 0 80 I '5
tlmx and passed Velvet ...<. .. .. .. .. . ..._... .... .. .. 1m 5 21'I Wi I 1/-'
After adjournment the. Senate! re. and provide for their payment ; Oak and. .... .. . ..... ....... ..... ... ... ... .... 375 400 e oo) I 12 CO
&
provide for the course of Instruction,
,' convened at 3:80 p. m., only 14 member and alter the same. To audit. and approve CASTORIAFor Jin From $:.:>0 to $3.50 Per Gallon, Delivered. a

answering to their names, the all the anoount and expenditure Infanta and Children. "Save' twelve labels of Hatchetf a Private Stock and secure a bottle free. Save
president declaring no pr...- twelve label of Uatchett'i Old Rye and nrcure a bottle free. Save twelve labels )t
quorum supervise the employment and Hatchet Tbat'a Whiskey: and Nerure u bottle free. Save twelve label of tu-rki
The Kind You Hare
Always Bought N. C. Corn and secure a bottle free. Save twelve label of Eureka N. C. Apple
"nt.T" removal of all teacher and Instructors Brandy and secure one bottle free. Save twelve labels of Eureka Malt and nei-urc
ergeantnt-arm could not. be select and purchase all property! Bear the one bottle free. Price of all goods: bouitht at oompany'i tore are 70o per gallon leg
+- fii'iml to end for tnvmbe'rs! *o on motion ; / than when delivered. No charge for Jugs boxes or drayage. All of my bottles arc
furniture flitnres, and paraphernalia S1p.atnr.ofJottlnga fall meaHure. All standard brands of whiskies.old over my bar at too per drink "''
Ii! of Senator Adam a recess wa from IS leaves 6 for you. All wines quoted on aN>IIc.-alon. We also carry cheaper
necessary from time to time ; to lliuors than thone quoted .
Special prices on lance quantities; packed any sizes d*
taken. until 4:30 p. in.At sired. Money refunded If Hoods not .u..actory.. ..
build, construct, change enlarge, repair -
4:30 m, the Senate reconvened from Jonesvilte.Jonrsvllle .
p. EUREKA \n iE
&
and maintain any and all the buildIngs LIO.UOK! COMPANY,
'
and the president announced Senator now In existence or that may May 10 -Rev S W. Sheffield 135 \\ EST BAY STREET. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.CL'Y'DE ,
\\V.t, Harris and Clark as the com
tilled his
hereafter bo necessary, and to care for regular appointment
p mlttee to inquire Into the Hoard of
here lat
and maintain the to audit all Sunday.
same ; --------- ---- -- -- ------- -
Mat Institutions and it* connectionwith Mr. and Mr. T. It. J'jekeU'iILed
account In regular session, to. buy and
the Capitol Printing Company. ..III.nd, perform every other matter relatives" at Judson last week LINE
House Memorial C, by ),Ir. Well, a .
\V. W. Sims made lying
i and thing requisite and necessary for a trip to
memorial to the Congress of the
Jacksonville last week.
the maintenance of the institutions.The one day
United State requesting that. the pen Mrs. N A. Dudley of Judson is visiting -
laws of the United States be board of control I I. authorisedand f
ion wamadedas
; her brother R. P. Miller.( .
to permit and ,allow the empowered to provide a system Miss. Irene' Miller\ i I. visiting friends

"widows' of soldiers and sailor of the and course of written examination for and relative at Judson this week
all the public high school in this State,
Mettoan I War of the United States to
MM. J Griffin and son, John visited
and no pupil In any high school shall .r
draw a pension of $13 per month in
the former' daughter Mr*. N. It.
)I.\'" uf >$S per'month, as now provided be advanced to any grade or permittedto Smith of Xewberry Sunday.

ty law, wa" read the second and thirdtone enter any of the higher institutions Mr. llMville and daughter Miss
nod except by a certificate of admission.
pavsedHj Ruth, of Gainesville, attended church
consent the. following new bill from the board of control i here .last Sunday.! TRJ-'QTEmXL: : Y S.A.ILIzTGB: ::: ::;

were 'introduced: : The university and female college -- -_ BETWEEN

Hy Senator Adams, appropriating shall bolhcontaln normal departments. Terrific lace With Death. Jacksonville and New York,

n'U1 annually for two' year .In aid of No student below twelfth grade. will "[}"alh wa fast approaching."write Calling at CHARLESTON: S. C., both ..a}..

the, Middle Florida Fair to beheld in be admitted to the university, and I Ralph F Fernandea of Tampa, Fla.. The Finest Steamship in the Coastwise Service

Jast.'r. none below tenth grade to the female 'describing! his fearful race with death Clyde New England and Southern Lines

Hy Senator llillen, appropriating college. ,"as a result of liver trouble and heart

,R.' m annually for two year iu aid of The hill i Ie exceedingly: lengthy.; It* I I disease which had robbed me of sleep Direct Service\ Between JACKSONVILLE BOSTON- and

the MlddlelKlorida Fair to be held\ at reading: occupied a full hour. .%t the', I and of all interest in life. I had. tried PROVIDENCE and All Eastern Points,

Lake City close of the reading I a slight discussion (.1 ditfarentduetorsand.everalmed. Calling at Charleston both ways.
many "
II) r'.nator Harris, to provide far thee arose as to whether the regenu bill | I SEM.I- JbJEIKII/y:: TT/TJSTQ-S: : :: ::;
icine but benefit until I beganto
got no Southbound . . . . .
. . . ... '
.....From Lew
and Mr. Kawls substitute had been Wharf Boston
of cadet .
organisation from ll
a ) Klectrlc Bitten,
corps use to wonderful North
bound. . . . . . . . From Foot of Catherine
Matt in.lllutioo* where military *ci. withdrawn The chair ruled that all* wa their ..a..cthat In three days I', Jacksonville

finer (U a part of the. prescribed course, the bill. were yet before the house t tI I I fell of like all a new my roau.trouble and.M today Guaranteed I ameuml Clyde St. Johns River Line

and to provide a uniform system of inn I Mr. llryan of Washington moved tot at all drug: store ; price liOc.M."uf.ctunr'e U.t .. een ., ...._ .-* .. -. YH.L.H. and W.A.NHOKD

ruction. indefinitely postpone )Ir. Buekman'. Stopping at lalatka, Astor St. Francis, Braford (DeLaDdJ, and Intel

Senator Crane's till regarding the Body Found. Landing on St. Johns River.

4 rt'uduIDK of building and loan *..<>. bill.Mr.. Bookman spoke In favor of the ]I Chicago May 19.--The' body of Otto Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE" ;

"laU,"i" was;then taken up. and after bill, II. said the resource of the State' KrwiwheH.. a wealthy manufacturer Is appointed to sail .. follows Leave JACKSONVILLE 3

beinw amended wa ordered grossed could not supply the want of the eol- \
In the Moute. leges ; that tI.'SI.\$1: had been appropriated i found by digger at work on the Chlca- Wednesdays and Fridays, 0:30 a. m. *

...Tallahassee May 19.-The House i since 1W1 on.-third bad been t go river He had been mlsIng since snatahe a.ad.ow' '.. SCHEDULE: N --.j

ooiiviid yesterday morning o.l"'d. and this year the total amount'' Mar S. when fee left his borne to !ro Lear 8:10 pm. . . . . . < H Jacksonville . < .' 0 < . .Arrive 3s0)O ;

asked for wa ':tL\OIx). He charged. I to bU office. for several months . . . . . . atr
Aftrr several minor matters had \Moen"u..tJdC'd MSS.r.TSSSf.: : :: : : :: : .. ."".
las: b ''tnes* methods ; said that there I Mr. Kroi.cheU bad shown symptomsof H.. . ....... . . . JS2
the .
to following resolution
by are In these institution l.AOpapil.. motal aberration, acrortTag to his :80am..H. St. Francis.I: . ... .. 2,00
.
,Mr IVtilvn. was adopted : ' - . . .Ileneford De.-: .
..ndb"t "it eo.l* more to educate 4 JuUy It I* supposed that he either'! Arrive-: Oam. I. . ( . .... .. .. it0e
.
"That uo lobbyist shall be allowed . .. < . . .. . . ... a Spurs
thece than all the other school fell ac in.k]" ih. railing during the sections pupil ._ -' -- .... . . . . . . 10ooaa
I in tb. State of .Florida ana that of this waa4>rtng or eotnmltted talcU la a OE.YLRAL PASS.
AND
of the House" .. they have become a number more than 00 pr .ent should et 01 d.-u..me-AL I T. tf. 21Ut1e0tC3I7t.. _ TICKET:prricj, T W. BAY !?I.. j1JS ACK801fVILU<

nuisance.Mr: .. . --. .- -. -'. . .- R a tt/w tra Jr rr.kt Jas..Art. Gee Para Ago, West Bay.... J.etuw.attl.tls.
buponI'i resolution W request ---- --- -- - roe c. p.LorrJ.t aeo.rtaesari
of Howaa ?
.
ev.Ja.elr.c...
A. C. BMUy TYGee Fla. -
,1Ho.rulr to furnish an Itemised fast''PaaA.t-.N.w Tor*. ,
'Tiuo. .
_
:>urtapiurilin. Your o. Etiat. CL'YDIOOJ-"fIt.Gc 1YV n..1f..T j
docers
.
iaiern nt of all lo.urmno. on Slate General )f1LJ1 [.r. \\11. P. CLYDE A 00..

. trop.-rty. stating with what agents tor will tell you why be prcs ' 'steO 4b I aeaf.is Ov>M rml A(atf.
state
. e 1'1)1101.l are placed, and If any ribes it for thin blood., weak -- --. 4 -- s'rss.lt.w Tor*

t.. a t' .f.pk>}*...l by the Voveraor ia nerves. He will explain why it
.1.1 or to th.lasutsne.ot State
.tit WM 140,(*4..ne prop lives strength, co>;itge. endur- Advertise-in

i fcoar having arrived..- for eo ti4. C Sold to-r O an.'o. -.. THE S


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THE DAILY: SUN: GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA, MAY 20, 1905 ,


..

EAST FLA. SEMINARY -

!

OPENING EXERCISES



Wimbeily's Class Entertained .

Large Audience. '
n

>ROGRAM WELL RENDERED Do

( .
Comprised Many Numbers From

Favorite Authors and Was Rendered ,

In a Manner Which Showed Credit !I II i ,

Upon Class-Large. Crowd Present. '

( The first of the series of exercises of |! 1y ,

le commencement program of East I :
You
.t
.
fiorida Seminary were held at the ( '

eminary Chapel Friday evening and .
:
ere was a large audience present to

ow their appreciation of the good I

j ork performed. I

The occasion was the exercises of''
[iss VTimberly's class in elocution. !|| ((1 '

lisa Wimberly, who has had charge of I j jlis
department during the past term, Know :

as proved herself to be tirst-clats in .

lis particular line, and the efforts of

er pupils upon this occasion fully > i
rifled the claim that had been made a.
j the faculty of the school. '" I
\, R9,
The progam was a most delightful tSt
S
ne,. fall of interest and enjoyment 1 .

be entertainment was opened by an '
itroduction and march by the Misses t ) Urieeda '

jfimberly, which was performed in a '

,tost excellent manner and elicited a ; :

und of applause. .
l"'The Trial of Jack" by Miss Mary .

laird was rendered in an exception- , .

JJy I clever manner. Miss Baird has

enjoyed; the reputation of being
se of the cleverest elocutionists in '

Js section, and her services have ally
s been in demand when she chose Biscuit .

(give them. Upon this occasion she

i unusually bright and the audi-

oe revelled' in the enjoyment of her
:
art with great pleasure. She is des-

,ed to become a professional should
i decide to engage in this profession

Lie lIerberta Perry! recited "Oh,
Those Tears" in a most interest-

and impressive manner She is a

elocutionist, and with the ad- r I
Iced training of higher; universities 1

[lid soon rank among; the bellt.
College Oil Cans" was the subject ) ?

.jted by Miss Julia Wainwright
i Just to say that the little lady ban- .

her subject in a manner purely

mainmg. She leered a big "hit"

> the audience by her clever work,

,5h showed that she had been good .
>lar iu the class of elocution

The Morning Invitation" was. clev-

rendered by Misses Oliphant and
sv
prey and Mr. Whitney, and was
'el.ed with delight by the audience. .1

The Village Seamstrenn" was next!
"

|the program. This was rendered! by -.- ----..----- --- .- .._. ..--_. -.. ---.- . .- ---- . -- -. -.--..-.. .... . -- . "" n..'
., Belle Sadler in a mot charming
I person and was perfectly natural, as LOW RATES
impretklre manner and Interested
SE..A. ]3 cJIiD
it she had been Angnllne herself Miss .
e present Miss Sadler is a fine elUlouist -
Littl- above the average."Viriflnia ,
possessed of a clear distinct Via Louisville: & Nashville
of Virginia; by Kiver, I Air Line Railway r.
Be, and her work in elocution was
wa.del'Khtfully rendered by Miss Mary Railroad.The .
jrecisled. Htreeper Miss Streeper is possessedof . FOH. .
[I.. Mary Lee Oliphant recited (Honing low round-trip rates ,
what may be termed an acoom- '
st Hope" in a manner which from Jacksonville tu various point iSavannah Columbia Camden Southern
plished voice and handled her subject ,
lehed those present and at the con- North and West will b. In .a"et on

.lion she received' hearty applause.'Angelina .. with"Open perfect Thy ease Lattice"and grace was recited by dates shown 1'oJoo"l"ol.Ilo. rale Pines Raleigh, Richmond, Washington -

Johnson" ",...reelted by Miss Nell Dempsey a manner which. from other points f

.1 Ida Little in a style befitting the interested and entertained the audi LOUI 1'4' V 1 LI.F.. KY.. Kale lie 4O.ac. Baltimore, Phila-f
I {
United Confederate Veteran
- ence. Miss lJemp.. proved herself. to count i
y Reunion, Juno n.I.I: Inclusive, with II. New York
ie Cause of Many b. a floe elocutionist and her work was cal limit July I 10. delphia
appreciated by those who heard her. I _
I-OKTLAND.OHKiON-.ltatf. |H6 a,.
Sudden Deaths. The program concluded by a recital account Lewis. A Clark Centennial Pair, I Threo EI!gunl Train Daily ..p
"Old Billie" by Miss Ales Walker. Tickets sold certain data May 23 to
ere tit a. disease prevailing in this with. final limit OO '
which was well rendered, followed 1 bya : Kept. 28. days.
kntrr ttJ,,,,t dan trrou*lc.uv MI iJeoejitur. Seaboard Florida Limited.
latly"u.I.IM1 I grand chorus.Altogether HAN FUANOI8CO and IX)H ANCJKLKS. .
n death are caused the entertainment was. !: GAL,-Bat* 1 3f). Ti k.U sold :

1. by it-heart disease quite a success ant the members of the certain date Ap,1I10 August ".1- Seaboard kR
elusive; final return limit POdays from Express.
.
,
jtnrumotiia.heart class d...,., congratulation. .. ..
failure or .. data of sale, not to tc *<< -
atioplesy are often DENVER COIA).-Hat. HJ M. u. I
the rewilt eJ kitlnry HIGH SPRINGS SCHOOL. count International Kpworth league Seaboard Mail.
[ i Lxlnev tremble. Cloud Thursday Aftarnoon Altar a July 8O. ioclusivs final return limit -- .
a11oweiltoalvsnce Successful Season. August fl.
.r -
be 1 le .. MODERN PULLMAN
t inry-p' oilrd EQUIPMENT
bloui will at- Th. closing e..rel... of the High BUFFALO N. YUau> 133 M). so.
count Annual Meeting Grand Lodge HKAIVOARD KLOKIUA LIMITED is a solid; vwllbuUd train, eo.-
\hc ntal causing catarrh of Springs High School took place in lb.school
; organ
i, P. O. Y.. Ttekeu sold 8
| 1O
Udder .
auditorium afternoon
: down and waste away cell by cell Thursday inelaslv' ( final return limit July 2ft.: nOUN MJ..f>.rs, HiaUroom and Observation Cart -operatlnx' between Ml. Augu .
icier troubles almm always malt at :2 o'clock. TOIiOSTO. CAUIJ4-n. MA 3D.aooouBt .tlo. and Jacksonville to :N.. York, via Wasblaglos, leaving Hi. AugUstla
a i derangement of the I.idoiey. awl At the appointed hoar the "big uditoriumwas > Inumatlonal Kp worth LagoConvention. 12-JO p, m and Jsek.oavllle 1:1tdaily.sapt t: tScIDd.I.Only 4
obtained br / and lb. principal. Ttekvt .old Jun
: ill quid Ht a j+ r filled 12 to
utof the ki.inrvs. If yc>n are f.f'I-1 Professor W E. Bell spoke at length 23. l'''lusiv. j final return limit Aug. Lint OperatingDaily

>jr' MCn make n<") mistake by I commending the patron for their eo- oat '/. Through Pullman Sleepers from JackfOfi ille to New Orleans '
,, KJDaner's wamp-Root, the.Urn NAHIIVILLE. TEN.V -Kal. "I42b.l >
and tila.VI opratU>> aIMS gave them the credit s
l niedf.linabilitr
a roaat f>jli. a Hammer
t I Peabwly g for fulll.fMDlle&on and ai.. .reservation sell .
p r r m Hi .board
to h*:M urine soil I for tk. onpr* edi>ud saee.*s of, the ri bool. VandertoiU BiblMsal. Inatitm, say ai or
writ A. O. MacDONKLL. 8. O. Ja.
,
rs in |. Afur the ...rci.*. a gold medal was July' 4; II..alll"l& $ept.mb.rAr,. JACKSONVILLE.
of thr'iuxb the day.mmv . FLORIDA.
} I lets limes during th* awarded by the principal to Nsweomb KKOXVILLK. TK>V -KaM $1e.fe0. .. ... .. . . ,
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estreordioaryRunt I TUkcu sold ..rtatn 4ai. Jan 19 to lratasbl t..taaed. 1070IBC.
for t* Hn it. wotxleffaii rnhudbeat : A Positive; Ncssi< July U, ln lo.iv. flasl return luau
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dlrtt"i iii r t case.. I bd for 14
llavlaffto lay open my 3DTJTTQ25T& & OCXfi
toot U r.W fciH to take an.1 i* : BRISTOL. TKN.H Irate 1111th. .. .
days from severely braised' 1.\ g.oaly I ,.
dregxtete in &ftr cent and a easel Annual Meeting mi.. tUpiUtIir
sire bOtl.Jft. S'ou nosy lave a ; rOOM relief when 1 ud a bola .tl>r.&. Ticket tobl May 29 to SI, i
e of Ibis; otulcrfBi. new di* of Ealiard's' Mow Uala eat. I as Inclusive. final esters UmliJaatoX; ). :B :as.De.
t n book that UIJ. all aUmt it, cb..rfaUy rsjeotsBMixt ft M Uurm beet yet fail Infonaattoo' **lMMl.l.. aad .
.rft by null. A l-Jre *, IH Kil- new t. any point >orth and Wwt _ll
dieiA. for braless ever sent taiDi the
Bingbanton, N. Y When oa 0. writ OtO. I'':. IIKUB1KU. flor ,
lira ft'WaD" this jrtMToo t.d. U aiM IIOW'1- Ida Paseeuyer; Ag.ni, L. *s !I. ft. B.. a fswui........ n.daeer.Mr ail see....... W D'wIW lea.a.ae.
bM ltl snake any tiv. ...Mvit'/ apex ..,..1ID. R. XH Watt JaelisoavUM. F1a. n. _..M bsasa..aa.rsareas..,_.....*...*... F
paper ,_,.. .e V..Maa..Ms4r t l..a....,. + a4G
aa.rtSast. Doun.US., Ta.- Saintly cYMg eeuwwr e
rnrailr the nan**. iiyrara .. .. . .
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JCnmet'.s.suzrRort. aM the1bsaloa. a*. 3S*. t1Us sad II. *>W by W. M.Jobaeo. r.
.. OaJsMwvUU.. Fla.. said J. C.
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DAILY DISGRACE TO THE ,STATE. Two Killed by Live Wire .
Newport News, May 19.-Earl GilChrist. ,

r.' 1ffih; A ttn The report of !the investigating committee ?a telephone lineman and Ashly -

appointed look up the condition I Harris were accidentally electrocuted KING OF ALL LINIMENTSCURES

of flairs at the Asylum for the today. Gilchrist was working ,
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rniercd at the Post Otto t G.IJlu"l11e"a.
.a seeor.4-elM mall matter. Insane at Chattabooehee, have brought on a pole when wires in his baudcame' I RHEUMATISM AND ALL; PAIN

lu.fcodtact live wire and : . o..s, *,
to light a state of affairs that seem with a I aLoaf.sr..s o..oe hi; ee lllfUl.lle1.L. ,

R. H. McCRJBARY.! Editor! and Publisher\ almost too horrible to be true. Those he swung from the pole dead. Har I CU R ES OLD{Tice .JOINTS OONN.BUSS.'S o.OY&D SPCAINae MUCOSLS wNsO,*..ewslst0AwsiL. PWOftTslDlANSMUMT

W. ASHLEY Associate Editor. rls was walking on Huntington avenue ...: D ALL .u..wMAT.a H .. ,
.. in charge have proven themselves to be AIIT.DOtUI....,_s. OIl".U. a.
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when.hVplcked the end of a broken
and have
of the most depraved nature
JESSE: BTJBTZ. City Editor. I IOilcbHst
Ire killed.
being instantly
allowed the most degrading specimen
'OUI8 J. DRUMBY.;'tJen-1 Traveling Agent of humanity to remain at the initltu was. a Lynchburg man. Harris !

was a BOO of former State Senator
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F. M.: PRKW1TT.; SuPt. Cotnpoalrg Rooms lion who werenot fnianeor entitled to
Harris, of Americus, Ga. Both men I
.1 '.' aim even from the State., Where there
OFFICE PORTER BfcOCK.3V. ha been a few of the really deservingones were unmarried. !

.. .,Maim Street, t b. TH.EMIOWE 4,35TH -
----- tent there they have been subjected Wool Manufacturers Bankrupts. !

DAILY Km,published every morning except to the molt inhuman treatment Philadelphia May 19-Albert Herbst I

Monday,delivered by carrier in the city,or at the hands of the vile gang that has & Co., wool manufacturers of this I .
mailed to any part of the Lnilecl State,pontage
been maintained there. and all theefforts city, have been adjudged voluntary
Tree, forfj a fear; Ja.jo nix month.; f i 13 three --- - - I
'ItOnthr;or 50 'cent: fur five wck.-.trictly in> : to rid the place of their presence bankrupts and George E. Schlegel-,

advance. has availed nothing lit-i that line. mUch was appointed receiver for the I

a. Money that has bten appropriated firm by Judge Holland in the United'States '
.lotk.lIl" local column to Roll a line
eadtntc
for the asylum has been used for other district court. The petition'
for first Insertion and 3 ceutii for each additional
insertion. purposes and if the half of what i II filed by the creditors, represents an''

Kate for display advertisingmade. known on aid i i. true, there are a number that Indebtedness of over 50000. Counselfor

application. should be severely punished for their the firms say that no statement READ THIS REMARKABLE CURE

actions. of the assets and liabilities can be
tea, ;, The TwIce-a-Week is an eight-page, forty
given out for several days. "I was much afflicted with rheumatism writes
column paper published every Monday and A FLORIDA PAPER. Ed.C.Nud lowaville Sedgwick Co.,Kansas,"going
Thursday, and contain all the newa of the about on crutches and suffering a great deal of pain.I .
week, local, Slat and general, and will be Editor of Booklovefs Dead. was induced to try Ballard Snow Liniment,which
mulled, postage free to any part of the; t'nitei) The resources of the Statft of Floridaare Philadelphia.'19.-Dr. FrederickW. cured me, after tiling three 50c bottle. ITJSTHK s

a Elates, Canada,for f..00. year-ln advance.All many, and 'it requires money to develop Spiers editor of Dooklovers maga GREATEST LINIMENT I EVER.USED;hare recommended -

many of them although the re- it to a number of all express)
advertising bills become due after ants tine Is dead at his home In Lansdowne perlonsi
labor and twill: be themselves as being benefited now walk
for the
unUss otherwise torn money suburb of this city after
s appearance of advertisement a without crutches, and am able to perform a great
t9 i stipulated in contract. Parties not known to ui three or four-fold. The newspapers of short illness. Dr. Spiers was educa deal of light labor on the farm.

will be required to pay for advertising in advancc. the State are doing mach to advance tional director of Booklovero' library
THREE SIZES 25c 50c AND $1.00
A44rTUft DAILY BUN, these interests, but The Jacksonville( and organized the Booklovers' library : ,

w CarniaviU., PUL. Tlmes-Union is a host In this direction. In England. lie was well known .asa BALLARD SNOW LINIVIEfc! CO.

There is more news of Interest to the university extension lecturer. Dr. ST. LOUIS. U. S. A.

&) When we get the court house square tracker and farmer in each Issue than Spiers was 37 years of age
completed we should have a band to
you can find In any of the agricultural
furnish tnotlo for
thepromeoaden. papers,.and it.. always doing something -
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SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
'.. to promote the Interests of the

It [s,good Idea to secure R.doatt1of State. A. Serious' W. M. JOHNSON Gainesville Fla. ; J. C. BISHOP, Alaehua, Fla.

the cabinet to defend the trusts
While we think that all should .sap- --- --
They know the weakest points of the their local as It always
port paper, Mistake. '
adversary. strives to build up home interests, and 1'1'1'1'1'1

Judging from the seal manifested a healthy local' paper Is a'good Indication It ia a serious thing to neglect rr.-1"I ;

of a healty town yet The Tlme your, heart. fID
The Ocala Banner In the
by defending
Union should be in the hands of all The moment you defect any If I f You Are Insured
poor, suffering millionaires of the land, II
who are Interested in the advance weakness or irregularity, suchas I !
there matt be something In It,
ment of Florida. short breath after exercise,

palpitation, fluttering weak or In a Company that is Responsible, Have a Policy Correctly
of schools
The pupils two Chicago's CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION hungry spells pain in breast, 0. Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company

are on A strike. In the good old days side or shoulder, or uneasiness \, Pays Losses Promptly ,
the teacher used to do the striking
The joint resolution calling: a Coustitution.lConventlonintroduced when lying on left side, you i
and then it pitiful to see some of
wets in the should take Dr. Miles' Heart

the kids try to arbitrate. Senate by Mr. Kewlan and In the Haute Cure ; it rarely ever fails to You Are AssuredThat I

by Mr. Dorman-thould pass, a* a mat- relieve all these symptoms.If .

At the meeting of the National AMO ter of economy, If nothing: more not promptly restored, no serious Ion can overcome you without you have some "

elation of Manufacturer. held In At Thelast, election carried an expenseof chronic heart disease soon de- 1, refuge. IC

t+ t, Isnta, D. M. Parry was re-elected president. "8.000 for printing: advertisements 'velops and then it only remainsfor \r

Parry is a mon bitter enemy of of the amendment, and there wag a some sudden strain to completely -

J w all kinds of unions except the manufscturert. deficiency of $12.600-nearly enough to exhaust the heart. Fire Life Accident and Health Insurance ,
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pay the ex pence of a convention absolutely Thousands of hopeless cases ,

The running' of railway trains on thrown awayta only one amend have been cured and if you do None but Reliable Companies Represented. C
ment carried. it it will be the
Punchy Is as noisy a bit of Sabbath not try great-
r breaking as any yet the Sunday train The Legislature could not do better est mistake of your life. .,. ,
than submit the question to the people' \Vben X began taking Dr. Ml*.'
often the minister to the A. M. CXJSHMJJLJST! : 1Information
%' conveys and let them decide on It.-Lake City Rem.dlee 1 was In a very bAd condl- ,
plan. where he Is called to conduct tion. I had stomach trouble, with s
Index. t>rra> Jlntr.a after ttitlrr. My heart
divine worship hurt me and 1 had abortneea of cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
breath palpitation. My pulse waalrrirular. \
/ The celebration of Cuban Independence and my feet ankles and "I"'I'I'I'I"'iI"APARTIAL
harms were ..wnlien.IF.'very monthat "
While the good people of the Congre.a -
which is celebrated by
being: regular periods I had severe pain.
national: missionaries are removing' the Antilles will I wrote. r>r. Ml Us' W. -Hcnl Co, andthey
of the
the Queen no
a 1 taint from the John I>. Rockefeller doubt be the event in the lives of that Nervlna and Iteitrt Cur. PRICE LIST OF

t money, many of the poor heathens are people. After living' so many years I rnntlmied soon nolI.In the m.Imrm.m..nt.ilrln<> until I and waaromplrtfly I
going about without a thing to corer << cure<.. I feel Ilk. a different Whiskies Wines Bear
4 under the tyrannical' rule of Spain f.eraon. In fart 1 have not felt and Malt.
their nakedness, longing for Sicilian never knowing the meaning of the ao wrll for 20 ywri"." ,
una. AtnxA DEn wiLaoN.aona .
skirt, and peg-leg psnti. word freedom they will evidently : .:,rr.. St.. Richmond Va. '
Dr. Mil Heart Cur la sold by EXPRESS l'nEI'A"' Hulk ; :
-- -- make things exceedingly lively' and ** fMdJog's 'I'N'-Xot Prepaid.

.b. It is a itep In the right direction to Cuba Libre will ring out over the i I.- tx your. first druggist bottle WhO will will benefit.cu.r.If...It. falls that Full Q\ M..ur. 4 Qta, II Qtll. I I'Q...,. II 1.110 Per Gallon:

have the Southern Presbyterians fall land. May they live to enjoy many he will refund your money. Hunting Club Rye .....h 06 N 00 7 110 Rye (;Ia. Corn. Hood rrade.J. .
Nelson Coun.y Ry... .. 3 WO 4 II'' 7 ",1 .(.) PerUauon:
In line with their Baptist and Methodist more anniversaries Miles Medical Co., Elkhart Ind .. Rye, Gin. Corn. .
Rum.
.. Monogram Rrs ..... . . a...' 1 b. II (s 1 Fine quaHtr..vt
brethren and have one church ;:::JL--- -: = Hanne'a"U" Rye... .... a n /I 00 II 110 Krr, Gin Corn: Rum.Ner/allon Best for: the ,..
,, I' ooh North and South and the religion Deafness Cannot be Cured .. ------- -------- flocfalDeope. . . .. ... 4 110 e fit) Its) .. .. '")u. I'f'r lJal1on: UOB :*
. .. ... II Rye. Peach and Mellow
Apple Brand
M.nwbhlkey an III') D5I! )
;P?, Christ a* the basis for all Il looks local 'appllc.tlone. rl by aife.l .
by as they can no'reaah I.b UnuwSy. .. . ... 3 i'I! !S 00 II 1M) .
t like n step toward a universal brotherhoix the diseased portion of the ear. FOLEY'HONEY Apple Itrenlr . ...... 3'T5 fll>O II lIU VlctorU, Rs e. .sm-lal a> IVr Iiroix Uallon, RYe. Medlclna

!. -_ .-..._ There U only one way to cure deafness, UoUaDdUla .. ... .. S 110 4 :2h 7 J\: '..uaIlL1.Ueftey.Uln. .
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and that i I. by constitutional remedies.Deafue .. D 1.F."I'ST.LOUlssnER. Per Do.
Th Rev Sam Jones Is holding big Mountain North ,'arottlla'Coon Corm. . 3 t n tilt 3 4 (0\10 7 II 110 IIf) .a' lA'a ff llrrrKstra . .. . . ......../I.._.._. :.
** I Ie caused by an Inflamed condition .. .. . Pale . .... . .. .. I OOCO .
Jamaica Rum 3 -1 4 C' 1
rerUnl Clt. 9D }
meetings at Cart.nUle. TAR .la"laNl . . .. . ..
of the lining of the 1
t mucous NC'dr..nlltulD :s Tea! I' IN It I'tII I
+' and the rallruad are running low rateexeuriioni. Urape Hrsnd7 .. 31& ,5 f.1 9 IItI Mlt SILTS dark . . .. .. t t>>> i
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Kustachiau Tube. When this tube Untiatned ( onurger Imoort4"d ,. ... 1 Oft]
hut on Sunday the rate Ktag of K.'t'r. Hourtaa a 7& t W "lIU ttn.x Ale. | w you have a rumbling sound or The original Assortment Allowed on AU Cwwxta of Fame Gutnnewl 'o..I.! pinta. .. ...... a lISI'rt -
l h tar lowest .o that more people canS 'perfect hearing, and when It is entirely <'e. +, frltfe by the btU.on atroncatlon.

:<>, notwithstanding, the railroad men clod deafness I I. the result, LAXATIVE
cough remedy.
have to work on that day to carry the and uule** the Inflammation can betaken .i -n-; ", HARJSME BROS ,
paplr. out and this tube restored lo its Tls e c.rmuln. iV. AlUMS NT. JAC111AY1L1'E

. . ._ . _.'_ normal condition, bearing will be d.- _. .- - -- -- .-.-.- --.-- - - - .
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strayed forever. nine cases out of ten rOL.CTa HONEY and TAR Is la

Nrv.ral year ago when a carload of are caused by catarrh, which i I. nothing a Y.U__ psokaff. Refuse sabatUotoa
+, Florid fruit and but inflamed! condition of the .
milV
vegetable wa sent : an r.p.r xl only by I.

>y through-: the North .u the people of eut.II.u\\ offer rlao..One. Hundred! Italian Reward ....., Company, Ohio i... 1 Fay-Sholes
that i-ction could tee what was grown .
for any cane! of deafneas caused by For Sale! l y J. W." .('{'.llu* it ('.. I Ioeu"
'. .I here It wa' ronciderinl a very good futarrh, that cannot bot curd by Hall's

advertisement And we, believe that Catarrh Cure.K .

e r our was the meant of bringing many J. CMKXKY A Co., Toledo (). MEN AND WOMEN.
Sold: by d rlllurl.... ?&o. I'.- tut*t for.s.uens Typewriter
1.lr-l.! to till State.Ttte .
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dlMaar/I..aMaYlM.e
F Take Hall's Family Pill for eonttltation. 1 Y .IC.nlas..
LH.Itva..f
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t..rals rud.r, sad a.a.tns.
of l'r..elt.1ttnt)
policy Ituoaeveltsiwi --- -- ---
PNMt AOWI.EIE1/; :
a. tvus 1 .5 s..e.esauMLs +
the Panama oummissinu. to buy The Improvement in the courthouse awl4 drwetl aa.V. .
ground now being made .L a. N Nor IS N.Is wrpf.N TilE nEST
\)1'1.11 la foreign: market, chow Die are .. H. Me

L6 d''JlU'd' of American product held causing much favorable eummeni. A / a .e.,a a.a..i'iwa.. 5 fqM.Tea.U1..I. .. XACIIUE OS THE XABKCTI

I Vii: by such people. We can compete with' gentleman who take a lively iiitrrtsl Has
Tabulator
forflfiti manafaaturvr when, given a In the welfare' of (iain *vllle pointedo UnlYrIt5Al nnOOA DD D I -ox

fair how, but when the "i v -rnmm the men at work there yesterday Every Machine.Lightest

U agm us." there I I. not much uf all op- abed remarked "That i* the lx.t PATENTSGASNOW .

pottiIuty left. I thing done sloe the court house wa
built We will get there yet and
t.alnttville I will be all right." Othersare Shift Lightest Banning! The { a
'If l those who are at work to Uiaor D =......
of the same opinion r.: DUC"DED.t. Champion Speed Writer of the World
gttn ae the schools of the State would -:: aa N= =- w.l..rtas'.1TWasa.elw
-- - - --- -- UI ALL,000NYRta.. C*. the Fay. hole More Fsj-Shole in
null i ke the time to inquire into the
Ps.i..b.rt p..1 w.."".>"v- -.v.w.o
..., .10. us* la Gainesville than other machine. '
matter aid a gentleman to The Sun PISO -+ .r..M any
S XSUR&
FOR proof .... Nsevki' tatbdIs1.wr p
ui bL""t ,
f, the other day, "they might learn a ht __..__ '

tie abuit what they are. Trie idea 40f< CUPIS nut AU ELSE FAILS ... --was .... ears wlaa l.a s.- ;
w"4ITD' D. Co For Sale by. . I l
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; gout yiem"T bul rw Cnctk,>*. T*.es c..+L
m'stlou., which, ha been to prac U.. la t sis. 3..., kv ""'r...
THE SUN Fla.V
;Z 1. ?,' tent'" 'yean" cannot help but b* sieir CONSUMPTION H1 GalnesYille

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A COMRADE OF GENERAL GRANT DR. DsVEItG: B. MORRIS '

WAS THE SPEAKERAt

. .DENTIST. .

Says: "I Do Not Believe Pe-ru-na Has a Superior." --

Closing Exercises of the Gaines .-_ .
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) I I Offloe over ttareus Kodcl's.! AU work tsar< '
ville Graded and High School. Pe-ru-no. is a Catarrhal Tonic Especially ,

I the auice4. ,-__.
II Adapted to Declining

ENJOYABLE ENTERTAINMENT II I Powers of Old Aga J.A.. CAKLISI.K. a

I
ATTORNKY: AT LAW
Beautiful Music by Gainesville's Favorite I In .1.1| amtli" MUIOOU 'lIflml"an..I_
I hone Ih'k."I\.1 .in.l\ ,partly lose tlntrThU And Solicitor in Equity
Artists-Roll of Honor-Prize Essay In flituu.
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on General Forrest-Mattie A. I U nilto, partial \loss of h"I\It. Real Estate, Conveyancing and G..- ''h

Williams Winner of Medal. I smell and I".+.<.. :t.. w elf as digestive .H.- eral Practice. All business' promptly ''1

I ; \ huhancc-'. attended to Ollc! next door to Sun aultice
Nothwlthitandinp tho other attractions I Pt'run.i correct nil thiby ire\ spwcllu!\ HAi\K- viLt.if. FLORIDA. ,
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about the city Friday evening, j operation I mi all tinmucniii nuMnlirnniof ''s 4

the large auditorium of the Gaines the, IKK!) 'ERU1NANh IiATBR,

ville graded and High School was well I One h..ulo. will i onv.!tree art> IIlIl' < Mit\ .<. ATrORNKY AT LAW.UAIMCHVII .
filled with the patron and friends of treed 1 snit I'. rtlllik IH.M "nit.. u life l li itstandby ;
with nut and .t.K, FtoaiD
the school to be present at the annual J' 'uni;
Mr. Charles: to'. lli-ii.-tx-t.n, Tru.tin.I., ---
closing exercises.Shortly .
Mo. write: "1 havo follow- your m- Can soil\ lm.
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after 8 o'clock Professor Mc. your city property, (
trnctiou.t fur t ho proved! and unimproved), phosphate,
In tosh in few remarks, stated thatas
a put month and As Well, As Can Beam trucking and farming lands. Send hima '"
the work of the school year had now a." will At the Ale of list of what you offer for ale 2JUIr.

been interfered with by the change of J as I can I...> nt C11hty'tourlrars. .

management, there was no graduatingclass ,,, thesgeorullly- W K, UAKKU.ATTOUNKYATLAW: ,,
bat a program of exercise. had four year. I thank you for your valuable ,

been arranged and would constitutethe Inntruotioii and aJvic I tint umil ; :tO.lCl t-,
4 IVruna fourteen years ago when my
closing exercises. . Wit 1 IN
CIIANCEUY. . .
health wan sobal that I had no b.,1..tmany i!
The first number announced was a
.Iayh. \t days,and after using it Ito
duet the Misses Fennel!
piano by per tgan. pick up. It hat helped| me ever GAINESVILLE.: Alachua Co., .FLI 01
formed with their usual artistic taste .In 1 for will, but will have
always
COL BEISJ. F. IIAWKBS. oo. Oftlco I in Kmlel 11 look.JR. .
which has made them popular favoritesin I IVruna n.. my co i|>.nlon."-Charlen F. _

the city and they received a most Benolswiu.
Col. lien). F Ilawkos, of till O Mreot N. Washington, 11. P., U one of J. 11. ALDERMAN, 'ot
hearty applause from the audience. the three living (comrades Ucncral Grant in hU ('adet.day. at Went Point. 'i Suffered a Number ot Yearm From ,

Following came a duet by the Misses In a recent letter thU venerable gentleman nay of Pernna: Sjrttemlc Catarrh. DENTIS'l.

DeLand which consisted of a vocal "/lIIn'. tried PffrulJll after having tried la vain other remedies for cm* Used Peruna at last R aorl. Vow In 18110e eor toSuilr \AkUrmaa
duet by these young ladies, who accompanied tmrrh Mad I CM a amy without reservation that I n..t.lt. symptom of relief > Oood Health. )
themselves on the violin. until I hmd given Peruna the simple trial that It* advocate advlte. I Ovr Duties A Go's liana. 0.**... -'
do not believe it hag m superior either a* m remedy for catarrh or an m Mr. K. Hchoncher, fJlHf H. Olive HI. .
The song blended very harmoniouslywith tonic for the depressing exhausted: condition which t. one of the effect Ins Angeles, t'al., privtMvnt Uirl'aFriendly PlMMe 8palal T9-S aua"loa to Crow sad Itrids1 woes.D14 .'J..,..,

the two violins and the piano accompaniment of the dl.ea.e.".BenJ. F. Hawkes.wwwwwwwwwwwww. Moclvty also *...".t.ry SouthIxm

and deserved the hearty A nK..I... Trawlers t'luti write I"I GORDON It TIHON j

applause bestowed. The Greatest ramify Medicine tver: months and I feet that It U a wonderful wan for a number of year. a ufferrr i iDItNTtST.

Prof. McIntosh then introduced the Discovered.lion. I I remedy anti gladly' give my experiencefrom from systemic catarrh. I wan. ,

Hon. s. M. Sparkman of Tampa, who Wm. U. Hunter, ex-member Its ue."--Jan. ']'. Jakeman. very nervous and run ..Iowli. sty' .p- IJ4I"_-. oouee. Dental ""....", tPlUraduate
North Carolina legislature, write from Pe-ru-na Proved a Life Saver 1.lh hail fallen m* and uiy sleep war '
of the who '
was the speaker evening fly. rears ...rl..n..in New York Cttf /,.
the Census Office Huildlng,Washington, Mr. Ixml Hyren, auctlonis, com not restful. I hat lout much In weight
took the theme "Preparation" for the Crtiwo. HrU.* work and Itglna Mi.olalUM.AU. f
foundation of his remarks. lie thankedthe D. C., a* follow: I inUilun merchant an.1ou.'n.\ ...* broker, and looked like a very nick 1".r..n. ..Hphvtklan >> Woes UOAHAHTSIO.Om p \:

"The greatest ,.mt1y medicine ."erdlllC'oy.reci.ln 1 41,>{ Richmond sheet, 1..n\1on. On&, advised change of climate .. to Muter Law Ri.ban... '
members for the honor oonferred and the medicine I took only gave metemporary
my opinion which comes writes: CUinwviu.a. "....
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the relief.
in inviting him to address school --- - - ---
from experience a* well an otwervation, .1 hail lieeit a *un>r.-r with what physician .
teachers parents and pupils on this occasion U Peruna. The most common affliction dl.lCuOtlCd an chronlo catarrh. '.1 trial. a Umie of Peruna a> a last Tilt WEST KNI I>.

and delivered an address that tu humankind I I..* a bad cold. Peruna I thereby! lout the cennary speaking resort suit was greatly |>l. and It of doom wards off that 1 felt much ImproviMl In a general FINK WINKS, LIQUORS A CIGARS
was filled with grand thoughts drives. out catarrh faculllen, which almost caucml me to
sparkled with inspiring language. Owing Invigorate arid give fresh strength to dUcontiuuathe I busln.. ot auel lorter6 way and then I bought several l.>tllr. JOHN MKNZIKM l>r (irletor.

to lack of space we are unable to mind and body I giv Peruna IYDnquallth.d "After spending several hunilrcfc I oi"HI.. n. "
.1 am now In good health and have
a
endorsement.-1Vni. U. "
for various mttlirlneo said
his address but it was a brilliant l/xtor
print and well I
good cannot
slevp
effort. Jlnnh.r.Chronic. bill. wllhoul a"all.ruur wonderful. remedy appetite Faust. b ertH; >ttli. and d rao< too much for Peruna and for what It
Catarrh of the Stomach .'('r1lna. was rerummciutetl l to me. say fall t. call on me when In Jaoksonvlllo "
Next on the program was a piano solo I ha. don for me."-K. ,Hchotiaher.Pemna .
Cured By Pe-ru-na. After uslngaoveral' t..Ittceut t hi" lifesaver
'' Miss }o'rDnf'lI.) which was ti
by Myrtle Jaa. T. Jakrman President Kltler I found relief, and I am agaiu Contain no Narcotics. i

only another proof of her thorough i forman Church, Halt Lake City Utah capahlo of conducting my auction ..1.! .. On* reoti why Peruna ha fount .'

abilities .. a pianist who plays with write: I wish to convince other, likewise |....nn.I1C'1ltulh.uD1any home. U that

grace and brilliant technique.The "1 should be and am a very grateful afflicted, of the DltrlU of your great It....\1taln.. no narcotic of any kind. P..- 1

presentation of the medal for man for having teen recommended the remedy."-Ixjul* Ilyt n rusts jM-rfrctly harmlew.. It ran t tuxxl I. .

the best written essay on the life of one of Peruna for catarrh. I had aciiroiilc Thousands .f TestlmenUls. any length of time wllhoul acquiring

General Forrest, given by J. J. Finley case of catarrh of the stomach W have on file thousand of Uwtl- a drug halill, IVruna d. .* not pro-

Chapter U. D. C., eame next: on the and my system was no filed! with differ moo lal. Ilk. the ours given her*. W. dire u>inM.rary re-ult-*. 111& I.. p"'rln.nlOlI\' '.

program. There were three contestantsand ent remedies that I had taken that I can give our readers only a ulluht In lu eftcl.Addrea. ,
sickened at the eight l vr a medicine Uit- ,,1110101| the vit array of IIn./I..It..1| | IT. llarlman Pr_klent of
Mattie A. Williams
the winner was
rte IVrnnii wm a I...iM M anti 11 did ..'ulor.'n..nl.ol IVrnna which wu are The' HrrnnM"oll.rl"lIl. who wrote under the non de cwt tau Uif. but culvU UMI IU almul three constantly re.eIiii'g.| Allcori.MpoudetM'' holdJsrtsro <(cunfid.ullai.
I
plume of "Pansy," and Ju a few well M'

chosen worls lIon. Christopher Matha- I 'ti

son mad a very neat presentation cipal of the school and all felt well A BACHELOR'S BEDROOM. <'. Birthplace. Sold. i

speech. pleased with the showing made under Philadelphia, Muy 1'J Joseph
Effort. Will b Made to Hav. This Jf'f'1 ;\
*
The reading: of the roll of honor- the unfavorable circumstances.A. fer.on'a birthplace has bn sold l row
. Slds-pl.lter Reproduced.
those pupils whose standing was over - auction for $8,125 H I I. a three ana ( : ,

90, was done by Prof. }McIntosh and C. CONFERENCE. Old residents of Oalo."II I" will r- a half story stone building at DIM itt '.

there were 114 names from the llth member that -spliltlDg comply' southwest corner of Hlith alltl l Kprucn '
Meetings Have Proved of Much In "
grade to the :J "A Bachelor's Bedroom which was streets, H
The exercises being concluded the t.reat-Conclud. Sunday Morning "put on" by leading local stars several 'ol'lu..l to uurchaa Iti* i>rm..rty sad

i audience was dismissed by the prin- The Quarterly Conference of the years ago ono of whom afterwards be. hold it all s JITrso museum buL UM

._ .. Advent Christian Church for Sooth coma famous and mad m reputationfor Idea was dropped.
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--- ---- Georgia aad }Florida which has been himself In the dramailo world. ----. - r 1i

ROOMS AND BOARD in session in this city' for the past two This play was such a 'suoces* that ef. Juggling With OfnamlloIs i

days I. proving: quite a success, notwithstanding forts are being made to hare the same no more dangerous than to neglect

For Colored People that the attendance has reproduced for the benefit of new.eomre. kidney disorders Kol"ji'. Kidney (Our Krrs..aa Katlae.Absolutely : .

not been as large as was anticipated. Inasmuch. as that tho leaden correct Irregularities ar.d has cured tlu safest and l most eeo "

KITTIE M'CRAY. Those who are here are representativesof In the old in the nominal pawer Ww on the market, All . j
cast again ally
are
"'. many sever eates after other treat* slsr-|>jf to V) hors |.>w.r. Writ for
the leading churches of the domain this should be accomplished with little merit has failed It build op the worn price.. ;.

,t' 11 00 West Liberty; Street.Accommodation and are among the most e-arnfct work as these> leaders. no doubt will out tissue and re.tor.* health and GEO. W.

Yo and eloquent workers of the confer. readily recall the lints after brief vigor "I ....a. trouble*! with !tj.ln., MOYERS.'J
First-Class. Rates '
lr'0, Reasonable. Most desirable resort for ence. study .. __ complaint for stx>.jt two year," writ** lialarsvllU 1ortJ ;

colored people In the city, Elder J. T. Hotter of Jacksonville ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT. A. II. "I'svU of lit Htfllig( Iowa,

'r _. who is presiding the conference Is "but two botlls of .',,1.,'. Kidney i
one of the best and mat practical -- l elfeetMl . HoM: I Ii
<5fjr a .Mrmsnviit*
South Florida to Walt Florida and
speakers in attendance II. is a matt '! by J. W, )leClillurn" Co 3Ije6s'duFoRE
The CashGrocery Ooorgla over the 8, A. L.
j foil of enthusiasm for the Second Ad. i
annual noadon of the Hsboard
vender cans, and has made many One Doctor. Pujjlsd In Birth C....
Air line Railway will be given May '
and impressive talks during the convention : 19 ,
Iowa
Kocklnc. May -Mrs Wra,
which the hearts of Ifith and lOih,. Trslti No. 34 will leave, I
went to I art>y. who was niritrrbfuty >l>o(; la
Co. Tampa May IMh .|>*elal from Ja konvlllt
those interns ted, 1 ..
the b sd. recently. and bo has ben
Last night Elder Hotter prwaehed on morning of trslo'May lS>ih, and I unonncclotts ever since has given birthto IiunlLMU: thoy) ar tho bont

the snbject The 1 hlef On tbo Cro*." from (lalnesvlll ?In. M lay I a thud, which i.. perfect In *v.ry.
1 in tho land for tho t
:
19th. The following rates frotnOaln- monuy
There was a large congregation pr... r*..p.et. TK dorm r. icy u I. U..

' J, R. EMERSON &: CO. cot to hear him and the sermon was vlll proper, for return tl....Ur lAke first inttsnr r.f ihit k.r: >4 k/lnWD. Ask you Junior. for tho
Llv MadUoo.USOj
Citr.$1bili fHlk.2.1&1 .
delivered in a most imprvssivo man ;
Mootlcello, 'U1J& Tsllsh.. ..... "Sunny Jim 8ho and in.

AsrraU fr a.r. MM; ,104'. %& II't BI.., J.De.low. THE PEOPLC: ALL Hint on getting it.1&IW4YILLE'I .
There will b- nosorvkw. today, boa
$S.lJ.
Hall %t.1 l Cat Cofir. tAfH HalnbrMg
Barriatrlosi Obelisk Hoar. tomorrow the r. will be foil ..rvU*., Tickets will t,.r umt.d *.*.. days .. (1.r.. t rice.. 1.'. 1If_.#... .

BalUNH which will t>o published in Tfco Boa, .>elM iv. of dai ,>f safe 1:, C. Cotb, ........... / : MYUIUTt:

At the srvK Friday" lUdar J. F. Agent, Oalovlll dtf. n. wry1. of U<.. M. k..... In .v.rlr-

We have the Choicest Goodson Sborotis of Tampa, brother of U.v. -- -- 0" aa. itiawti sal .....,., a,. "' .?......w,.. HL!, OUT.

Joo 8h.roo_. was ordained as a tnlaUur. A World WK>. R.pwt loo. .t ,..* roe..yarb., tr.eq' _
our daily .. .. ..... .
.. ver.v: .114. wb- will ., tart
Wblu Cream VormUago ..hiey.I
Boat -
Rev. Sheroo..I. a and I
NYoW'It'.I' HKHftCWK ..... 31 IInsa *-* XU..... forceful shaker, a yooag man of am- I lid a world wld vutatto at being' : t it ta. Mvrsnttx ttw>..A.u .fp.pa Alachua Pool Parlors
Potato*. Jr yeek . sr.. b4ttoa. and HI d.ttlo.-l to become one tb* bt of all worm) destroyers, and wow Uk. 14 II II".. sit Wrttt aen4ibca
pound . Kw of the Lading Advent mllll....,. of thishiato. w* w.Hsht ear that IIItRPICIDI2w.a.
Best Whtto ;a.eoD. per for Its lade lnfl .o* on weak and o.
salad Dressing . 26sQtNeD .. <** ',..,*a ..' 1I,1oot f > of 'll.ry..Pi..w C: IJ.,.. rr.prkt.r.inat.d .
IhitVs thrifty children a* it o.wtrsils.. tt>* .. .... .
. lie ? II- Ie t.e had, kvsm of a
Olives . . If olio Baby Is Cutting Teeth acidity or sourness of the stoma h, Iiewea Ca.s..4 br r.'iq.w vs.t..c."... par.
Com
a Caas Cans Peas ' 2 2j? Bo sore aa4 aM that old sad w.U- loi rove. their dig..tlo.. and .....1. _(... A s mU.r: misvebe .n.... tan I
S
s drvet. .flIIIM seals. *.4 (..... rui W1: tkt.I. .
Cans Tomato*. lb. tans. trod remedy, Mr.. Wloskrw's Booth latloo of food. udltottu their prrvme ,.,.
.
3C.asBoalB* f .Tanl. . . lag 6jro. for children t"thlag. It gy.t.m and ,..,,"" Siam to the CIiUG.r.I. s4'..ottr w ....
Fresh Oaion and *. soot*** UMI child. soft.. U gem, health, vigor aad ....tUily of tpirluatoral % a? ...... lurid b Iadtnr ..,.r.1 eq..8' Tbtw la co. ,
Ftae Coffeo.
Fresh Extra *. allays all ,./.. car** wiaxf" sol,o aad. to salWb,- t' Hold by W. MJrJiMoe. used JS.. In ........ tvr asyJ '; .
AU Orion FrosBpllf Flu the boo rotxaod t for dUrrft.oo Twroty9ro rHla..vlll., *!... and I.:C.8lebop. tf r>i*** JM. MfeK.J. I GnI.11. T1Nyd.RJldfl WirllsttsodaPwarw.iceNwl.rkS

. phone ITS ...*. t bottle.aa..a. AU aaa. Ma. M. Ii.dlf.rd A Csv. M tciaJ Agntaa 'i1Jr'1'. ;,
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6 DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA MAY 20; 1905S '

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All BAPTIST AT ST. LOUIS. I .... .. .... ... ,.... : .: :-."...' :': :. ;' ,;'.:, ..
k NEWS FROM .::.._.:.. : ;. :'::: .;.. " ;';. ,".". ,;;' .. : .:: ::::. : ; : : 0I
Committee Named to Select the Next

,; PARTS OF FLORIDA Place of Meeting. I
St. Louis May 19.-Great interest

Is manifested In the selection of a I

place for the holding the first of the
Brief Happening From Various
triennial conventions of the organization
Sections of State. effected yesterday by the Baptists'or '

the north and south, and known as I
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THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS the general convention of Baptists of

+ North America.A I I

; : Transpiring In "Th. Land of Flow.era.: committee consisting of 1 u. M. The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
'
and'D.
Thresher of Ohio; A. E. George
Thing "Boiled Down" to Suit the Reere of Pensylvanla; J. N. Pres- in use for over SO years, has borne the signature 'of
and has been made under his personal '
a Busy Reader, -Items of Interest to tinldge, of Ohio; W. E. Hatcher of
its .
since infancy.Allow
; All Cia...... Virginia and J. E. Campbell of Texas. supervision
in this.
no one to deceive you
will make the selection and the first
The cost of, building hard-surface Counterfeits Imitations and Juat-as-good"are but
meeting will be held next year. A All ,
f
,; roads In'Dade dounfy varies from $450 it& number of cities are aspirants for the Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of

o to $700 per'tnlle.Fred : Experience against Experiment \
honor, but It Is consIdered probablethat Infants and Children
q PACT attempted suicide at Tam- some city will be chosen In which

pa by taking morphine. Domestic the Southern Baptist convention will CASTORIA
What is
trouble the cause meet and the Baptist anniversaries

+ The drouth has effected' the peach The Silent Home the northern organization to follow for Castor Oil Paregoric .
Oastoria is a harmless substitute '!
f in the vicinity of Indianola, and with the general convention In betweenthe
crop It is Pleasant. It
much smaller than usual. causes thousands to drift into .two. Drops and Soothing Syrups.
they are
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other NorcotlO,
The Women's Baptist Home Mission
The Decker Oantaloupe Company has the Its is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
substance.
society, which held Its first session' last age
been shipping cantaloupes the past Useless Life, night and constitutes part of the gsner- and allays :Feverlshness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
week from Anthony and' etting $10 a relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipationand
It
al convention continues today. The Colic. ,
and Wine Dissatisfaction v
orate. Gossip speaker wax Rev. C. A. Coe of Alaska. Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates thq

Dr. J. M. Manyon will build a large and Discontent, the old, Stomach 'and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.

hotel at West Palm Beach this som- old story of the Failure of Saved by Dynamite. The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.

mer, to be ready for next: winter's Sometimes a flaming city is saved by I

boilness. Marriage. dynamiting a space that the fire can't GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS

The peach and cantaloupe grower of A little help at the right cross. Sometimes a cough hangs on so ,

the East Coast are advertising for pick- time and the would have long you feel as If nothing but dynamite Bears the Signature off

en and packer to help gather the story would cure it. Z, '1'. Gray of Calhoun -

3, large crops. been one of joy.A ,Oa., writes : "My wife had a very

The Board of Trade of Orlando says woman suffering with the aggravated cough, which kept her

that the white fly most go. If the awake nights. Two physicians could
diseases is
Legislature don't help them they will peculiar to women not help her; so she took Dr. King's e

help themselves. unhappy and discontented, oft- New Discovery forconsumption,coughs

The bonds of the of Ocala for she does' and colds, which eased Her cough, gave
know
city
r en not why. her sleep and finally cored her." The Kind You Have Always BoughtIn

the purpose of patting la' an electric Her nervous system is depressed Strictly scientific euro, for bronchitisand
%>' lighting plant, netted $703.13 more lagrippe. At drug stores, price 60c -
than their face value. and she does not and $1.00; guaranteed Trial bottle Use For Over 30 Years.

free. _... ...
-Vwe.a.suss.rr..v.ye MUMUV new cr
Miami has horse to run with the easily overcome the annoy- -- -

'P fire machine and the department U ][ Workmen to Try Co-Operation.
that would trouble
ances not Battle Creek. Mich., May 19-A coterie -
now In flnt-l.... shape. Miami Is
bound to be up-to-date. her if in perfect health.OER'Gerstle's of Battle Creek workmen'are con.

4// The Aotomobile-Motorboat Club of slderlng the purchase of 200 or 800acrf'1 JAs. M. GaAHAM. President H. E. TAYLOR, Cashier
of land east of the citY' on the
Jacksonville will hold a splendid pro Oao. W. HTDB. Vice-President LKK GRAHAM, Asut. Cashier
Battle Creek and Jackson electric line.
f gram 'of automobile races on the At-
The plan is to form a co-operative set

lantic-Pablo Fourth of July beach race course on the tlement divide the land Into 5-acre. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK

I lots for homes and raise frntts and vegetables
II. Horn ford, arrested for shooting start a canning and pickling

t 4'a s Captain Parks at Tampa two weeks factory and conduct a cooperativestore OF: G.A.J: ESV"JLLE: _

ago, has been released on giving a for the needs of tbolr families.
92,003 bond for his appearance In court Female PanaceaCures THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ALAGHUA CO

when his trial Is called. Growing Aches and Pains.

I.". It is said that Orange county pro- all Female diseases. Mrs. Josi, Sumner, BremondTez., Capital . . . . . . . . . . 50,000 00)

duced daring the past season from writes, April 15, 1002: "I have used
MensesLeu- Surplus and Undivided Profits. . 30.000: 00
ProlapsusPainful Ballard's Snow Liniment in
850,000 to 400,000 boxes of oranges, the my family

greatest number produced In the his corrhea, Tumors, and other for three ,ean. I would not be with Do. K.limlT.lr: aoanUoff burins. with facilities equal to any back In the State SoUelt
tory of the county conditions.It out it in (he house. I have used it on lb.a0e0nalaof Fanners., Merchant.Corporations.euj. Interest allowed!
s br *l> elal arrangement AU bu.lue.jtraosaotedprompilrIi.
my little, girl for growing pains aodaeht'l .
At the election held at Seabreeze
,
E. TAYLOR Cashier
is sold on a Money Back
in her knees. U cured her rightaway.
Wednesday, a red-hot battle was fought . _. __ ..
- -- q --
I have also used it for frost bit- - ---
over the mayorship between Col. O. O.Tost Guarantee. G. F. P. has
ten feet, with good success, It ii the
.and Wesley Ilorrlck. which ret THE EVERETT HOTEL
thousands of testimonials "
to bent liniment I ever used.' 25ofiOc
Iterrick
suited in winning by one vote. ,
and $1 0(1. Hold by W. M. Johnson
There Is a strung possibility that the prove, its value. (ialn".fille, Fla., aud J. C. Bishop, 235 W Bay St. JACKSONVILLE FLOICJDA.Ontrally
.
4 Henner line of schooners now plying G. F.P.is a woman's remedyof Alachua, Fla. ,

from New York to (lull, Cuban and _. ... . .. ,
-- --- --- --- ----- --- --
b Porto Rican ports, including Key great curative power havinga NOTICE OF ELECTION.An located, thoroughly repaired and renovated. Jienly furnished.

t West and Tampa, will make Miami a healthful influence over the election' will be held In the WlilefordSoftool Knrwpeaa: I'lan.

r port of entry on their Southern trips. I Hit riot on Monday.June V.111116.| for the
'. I entire nervous system and toning pur.o..e of determining whether or not MaId :8_ .A..SON", Pro-prLetnr
At the first annual meeting of the dl..trlot .ball he created a m I. up all the in the dh.lrl..t, lor the election uf three irtwteea ,
organs -- --" '- --
Florida Elk held In Ocala the past therefor.ndfnrthenrpre of determining
11 '. week, II, A. Ford of Ocala was elected I' body. the rate of mlUaire! to be.awemcd and collect- Take The
.
M therein for the neon un< ee llnir two year Atlantic Coast Line .
; r president and O. U. Aekerly of Jacksonville >I I [ thereafter. i'oll will open at.o'etoekand '
a H your case Is not fully covered by our oloo at sunM t. The follow lag named penons
., secretary. The next meetIng free bowki'; HBALTIIY MOTIIBN MARe bare been a|'|x>inied lnnt>..'tor* of Mid eleo-
., 's will b" held In Jacksonville, thethird HArry HoMK: ," write 11> confidence* to Uon Sl uirbier.: IIU with T'hum.a.J K Ttaoraa J. A.a.nom clerk._ U. S. FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS

; \\Vtlur.tlsy In May, I 1000. I I the LADIKS: IhALTlIl.'U.'., car.CieritU Hv order of lk'>.nt of Public iruitructloo ibis
Medicine Co., Tenn. the :M day of :May .\, U alii.*>. Yla Via
Ch..ItIl.IIJCIOI, Via
Herbert L. of IVLand R H wKmgS.Cb'm.Ikt.1Ub .

Thursday mlltel suicide night Keptar In, where a tjw he York was stopping hotel'om on ,I .. Russian Officers- Oven .rol.- - Attent-. :- -J.-U-.t<-KKI.I..KY.- .,. and---ul'l.-Irwfn.-- I i N ortbJ:or::...East.7iw.Sontb E S : Stesc.blp p.Un a.o. W' est .,:

with Mr. Ifctoa Millar, the couple havIng Eau FraiioUco. May 19.. Caplaln A. NOTICE OF i+:Ls:CTION.

eloped from. lKtliil A letter to X, KlUchagufl of the Rtuslsn auilllary An election will NB held In the Newberrr e Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed ServiceTime
June i.I'Mo.! for the
!School Uotrlnt on Monlajr.
KepUr's r.Ou.r..raled anll.laIPJI..I. endear L u8. which bas been detain iniriHM of lrtertutaln whether or not wiwt Table in effect April 16. 11))5.
ed at Mar Island fcy this gorrj'n- Ol.trtt .h&JI ho created a.teelal tax wWoldtetrte
was found. It Ie i auppt.rd l to containthe ,, tor thr election of tbree tru.tee.lhcr.tor .
rranonn. of the suieid The father nent for several months, Is about toleave and for lb. iHiriwe of tletrfrmlnlnrf/ Depart For GAINESVILLE. Arrive From
the rat. of mutate to be .wewied and collected -- -- --
St. IVUnbiiric. whither he -
fur
k live I)..Lud. .... ..-diUd two -
at Mr I :Miller says therein bur the next rears '
has been summoned by the naval minister thereafter. toUa wlU open at o'clock and 8:48 pm -j High 1 BpnOCI aDd Ia,.,- 8:80 a DI
K"|)1ar forget) checks. else '"l.un.et The followlmr. naned i per.o. mediate POID" I
A request for a parole for the hale been aiHx>JnicU Inxt> iMon of ..M election : Dully I Dally:
M S. Lanlcr. C. IX Mar, J. T Swindle, :
captain was recently m"le l by the Ruselan :
i A Creeping Dssth.lilood with IV Ktn..te a..,,)erk. 12 tab pm i Oeala. Le..bura aDd Tampa and l 1:40 Pili"
" authnrlile and hp!! had been advised It* order of Kmrd or ItibUo loitratftion thkthe Intermediate Toint. I I '
Daily
poison prevp up toward the by the sei'rrtary of state that he *l day of Mar A. U mutt I I Daily .
R 11. MTKKKS.Ch'm.
heart, causing depth J. 1-:. I.arn." Is fr- to return to St. r.t r.burc lid. Pub. la.t'Attest. *. 9 CIO pm Pala'h.JacklOu'lme. l iS :
'.b Hell, Plaliie' Minn., writes that a I at his earliest convrnlpnc J. I. KELLEY 8_. and Sup Daily North, East and West Daily pIII ,

, friend dreadfully injured, hi. hand, -. i :
which swelled like LUxxl poisoning 11)6: p m HIKb lIpriDCI,'Vaeroee, 8avaDoah. BnJDI".ek. 1:11 .
up pm
: Hucklen's Arntoa 8alv 1 drew out the f Grand Preacher's Rapids" Mich.Unique, Mar Record.19.--Ker FIVE MILLION BRICK Dally! __ I___Albany- Atlaata. all Pointa :, r'.h. East W..t ,_, 'Dan,

', : poison, healed the wound and saved
r hi* life, Best In the world for burns 'J II. Maynard. aced 7J years, one of I now have the finest aad best build ':16pm Roehell. m '
,t and ..0.o at all drug stores. the moat remarkable ministers in log brick made in Georgia ; wire,nay DallJ 3dioanupy and Ci'ra ski .

._ - -- Mlobt.< ... Is dead at Sparta. .'0.' several expense for lowest cub prices delivered ----. _._____ ___ __ I y
'n
Florida. E. N.JELK8. .
years he wa president of the at any point la

IF YOU LOVE YOUR slat association of rYre Paptlsts and Macon.Oa. :roam t high 1130p s
SpriD ,
DallJ r Daily
h4d other prominent "offices In that "-- - .
n..ODd.,. I __. ,, .s. kMQ rilnterehangabl.
WIFE DON'TROAST denomination During his pastorateStir -- --

Mr. Maynard officiated at 1.600 )III.- TlekL :good over iht100
HER wddlnr. aa4 preached mono than elral nUwap nirs: szssKm'sxz: are 011 sale bJ rSMiffaiajrprt-

1,10 funeral sermons. MIS5 N. NORTON Through Pullman sleeper Port Tampa to New York. vU Atlaattej Oout ,.
Ky compelling her to bake the family Lie. also via Atlantic Coast Line aDd Soothera Railway ,
bread during th* hot summer months, 1 For complete Information call ooJ.
Warning A. GOODWIN. Tkket
Agent Gainesville.Addr .
Huy Hread from ;
your 'I You cannot have Rood health unless NOTIONSAND ..ai

.Keystone Bakery. lour kidneys are sound for the kidneys FRANK O. BOTL8TON. Pis. r... Agt.. W. D. STARE Trav. Pas*. Act I
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.. tilter the blood of Impurities which 1X8 W. Bay si.. AstorBailding Jacksonville, rU r'

It'* a savina of time, work and money otherwise aet as Irritating poisons' and H. M. EMEltSOX.WUmlagtoa.Traf. O. ,., U. J CRAIG Wibnlsito o.n.:Pee. A<<\., t

freak", ttra4 ()colin,** hilly break down the delicate organs of the NOVELTIES.Sarrtsoer .VTo.THEDAEY : R
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To all parts jpt the city. Also Cakes, body and cause s.riou* trouble If you - --' --- ---
Tie and every other production of haw Xldnvv or bladder. trouble. donut
the modern, up-to-date us. >oUy's Kidaey Care, you will t.
bake shop. have only yourself Manse for resolu. -
p ,t. as it positively eu,.. all forms of SUNJ10c a Weet.
T. MIUFKK: H. MI & J. A. AMMONS
l'r.p> 4r Eeysl.rltakery e' kidney and bladder dls. ...... Sold by I
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_ CONVICTED MURDERERMAKES ,.
i'N CV 1N.OV CJV.o W\\J NNSoWCatad
Iathusbek Pianos
HIS ESCAPE GOOOIUCK'BARING P WDR rCui +,
GO
eui iNts CAR AI.u SAYS IT, 7 Nai ARa ,
I 000 fpM VALUABlC AMTICLCS.Sit LIST IN j
AC,, CAr. e, uTNtOte. ,N1NTS.o.IOr
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N, .M/rwRAN N'N1.CO D ww *! CIIIIBil.V* USA NOTED FOR SWEKTXESS UD I'tJsr.
Guard From Baker's Chased .
Camp I TT OF Ton, POWERnciumuTV. LU! ,
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Him to North Gainesville. I I r ,t'sI .

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ASKED FENNELL FOR HELP \
I to Your interest

:tea plaao for tbl Irvine 01111I.'.. ,&aD4. .t 'V'Ktj
Several Officers and Volunteers Accompanied COOK! Luck Hiking Powder-for its qualm.
to use tune' longer lh.o ovhern.ounaU\lo.e4 ',''*
the Officer to North Gainesville for its economy and ill. the premiums J ou {uct t h\ bent....rtala.and mon aritottarknanablp aA}

and Made a Thorough Search saving the coupon on the lalxl of every t'an.COOD _ .. obtainable. ''
Up to dale Ii ever!
But Nothing Could be Accomplished. { detail and Unequaled. -
I'L i41 LUCK ;
Thomas Ganey Alachns, who we s

convicted in the circuit court la.t year ( Powder Bold: by ns continuously for '''a a.
upon a charge; of murder of a woman OD L Baking
and who was sentenced to the
penitentiary OVER THIRTY TWO YEARS
is a superior article ul r mievcvllcJ leavening: force and s
for life has made hi and
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escape "r ""
.
lit .dt' have reached tivmenJuut '
purity. "
li now in the vicinity' of Giineirille .l poMtixe without! a single failure. If yon
if he has not alPd other means than proportions by reason >.t t which, the little ,price of ten want a piano for a lifetime o
cents I per pound can i i-. made! possible.IIH service buy 'beMathushek s
"natural proclivities"' to get: away.It ONE ,
.1 .\ t* I pictured the n "IIH>'H \>huh spar" on every
will be SPOON
remembered that Gnney can. The little premium ",ok. in v\rry tan shore the T r
a. was arraigned: fur murder at the term nuny ankles ana tech hoHuy "' to get them free,
of the circuit court before the last and "(iotxl Luck .1 "i n\e the inupom. Prtee. a* tow .. I. ecnilMent .lth. quallly:
was wise enough to plead guilty: asking Write us, if your grocer su> t supply you. Cub. or oa e.u term*. Nat oa II dars'
It'* to jour !interest UUUV. |>., frolvbt. TTrtMfor
the mercy! of the court. He WAS ..
l>r1> T )UAY.
given: the teutence, and sent to the ,i THE SOUTHERN MFG. CO.

camp of P H. Baker of Campville. Richmond Ya.ICHMOND .

lie has been a faithful worker at this I SOUTHERN Ludden & Bates

camp, and the guards, felt an Inclination -

to trust him, but he betrayed the CK

confidence of those who had the cui- Southern Mosic Bouse
tody, with the result that he deceived ,

them and got away. SAVANNAH GA. mAll

Soon after the escape of this prisoner --- ______ _______ __. _._ __ ___ ____ u ___ __ . _'. -- . .- JOHN D. MURPHY, Mgr
the na'er'. became
guards at camp
E. H. WATERS EMTAnLI IIED 1870
aware of the fact, and sent a guard on
horseback, accompanied by bloodhounds ) Turpentine Operators Attention GAITHER A BRYAN, State Ag'ts,

to trace the man. They succeeded PRACTICAL TAMPA) FWRI 1.

: In a short time in scenting: the .. ---
track, and followed it to North Gainesville PAPER HANGER J. J."lfAZEL.Practica
lost ,
where they the trail.

The guard who was detailed for the House Paintingand ] Boiler-Iiler and BichlnlsL ,
work went to Henry Ramiey's store in The Standard Naval Stores Company of Decorating.
North Gainesville and telephoned to -

Sheriff Fennell the particulars.) The Jacksonville, Florida, are now prepared to Drown HOUIM" ('..rl1..r. Ualnei.illle, I'U. Work Guaranteed Satisfactory.

sheriff went immediately to the scene, -
accompanied by several deputies, bat contract with independent producers and Full line of Paint and Wall Taper f
the negro had disappeared, and op to in stock at lowest priors to the trad.. I 607 8. Oak Are. UalnesvllU, Fla

this writing nothing has been heard of will pay flat Savannah prices for Rosin and ... . -
the escaped convict. EHTdaLIIBJE3OD 1000.

There seems to be a "lootenecs" Spirits Turpentine delivered l at either Jacksonville .
k about the manner of caring for con- H.F.DUTTON&CO. ry

viets, and the sooner these conditions or Fernandina. Free of :storage,
are relieved the better off will be the IS'lJ '
-DKAI.KUH: IN-
State and those who employ convict insurance or commission charges. Wo are

labor. It encourages crime, because Sea IslQjirxcL Ootrtoxi.
nnder the present rules of diligencethe also prepared to make liberal advances. In. .
average criminal feels that "it is

as easy to get convicted as it is easy to vestigate our methods of shipping tank Sea Island Cotton Se
get away" ," and governs himself ac Leather in Stripy or Sides.
cordingly. cars-it will save you lots of money. For

Herbine further information apply to Manufacturers of the James Doig Improve! English

Will overcome' indigestion and dyspepsia SelL Inland: Cotton tin, and Supplies for Snmo.GAINESVILLE. '

; regulate the boite's' and cure :. FLORIDA U 8 A "
liver and kidney complaints. It is the
STANDARD NAVAL STORES CO. .
best blood enricher and Invigorator in .- ..

the world. It is purely vegetable,perfectly -
harmless, and should you be a

sufferer from disease you will use I it if Jacksonville, Fla. .Southern Railway

yon are wine. K. N. Andrews, editor
_ and Cocoa and Rockledge
manager --- ---- --- -- 4,
: News, Cocoa, Fla., writes "I have

Died your Herbine in my family, and ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY Effective April 10, 1905*
find I it a mot excellent medicine. Its
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effects upon myself have been a marked 'la
a VmllbtiU I Train' Earl: v.: .III Me. tU ;orth and vTrt.
benefit Sold by W. M. Johnson, tXn.oorpor..tecs.1: .- - .. - -- "
Gainesville, Fla.. and J. C. BUhop, I.. Jacksonville/ !Ho, It, 0 :3* 7 Mp I., kMinlllef. Via' fit). Ity.Ho. 149 ;rI.
Alaehua Fla.Rejected. E. E. VOYLE. MGR. ., Jetup tta ly II Ma Op Lv J.sup. 0... Icy, 101 W
I., ,...*."n.h !it,. fly 1 ilJp! 1711.I: Ar .l....,11. Oa, ,Mo. Ky, .8 HI)
the New for the Old. Abstracts of Title and fall Information furnished regarding lands la this Columbia Ho. Ity Hftop flaw Ar AUaD'.,Ue, Ho. By.Ho. 021):
Thomson, (la., !May 19.-Ml*. May ClODDI,. Oar manager has lived In this county thirty years au4 Aeh.'oU"' :NT), ICy IOI Yip D t.Sa Ar Kumv, Ua. icy, 7 .H Y
,. of Thomson, and Mr. L L. lUrkr is thoroughly conversant with land titles. Ar Ore.n.lH,r< w,. Ity 1:1: Ms l2Alp: Ar .'lichen Oa ,.a., 1(,. 52TV84A&
f., Story Ar t)si>vllt$ ". !4t. Icy :rfl. :lU'I'' Ar ChattanH.. Teon Mu. U,. *
of :Marietta. Ca., were married here Ar tl.huu.nd P'7'C1 ft &*t.. -<".4p Ar Islington. Ky ,<}. <). A rip: >
1 1. and created quite a ripple of excitement E 'V-CDYZE ... Ar.Inelnnntl.0 Q A (). 7 <0p
Ar I I.Tnehburg. I ...1. liyArChsrloitvsvilUHo. 417* 4'-
J' from the tact that the enrage ItyAr El O1s e l'p t.v (,1 tnesna.tf.. O. ll tK tour IMSp ;
neat of Miss Story to a prominent FIRE, ACCIDENT BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY IN8URANCE. Representing W..hlna&"n.. Ho. lly ts4ia p 'oflp ArCblsaco.. Ittq Kr !!r 7 10s
r. young man of a neighboringtown had a number of prominent Am.rli>an and Knglish ompanlM.KEAL Ar Italtlmor 1', l It{. It. 11 rile 11 V>v'JIBAa I.. di) t>.Iaa..r$ 6, 'I'. l.ln' Kip
been announced In the state papers, EHTATE AND CITY LOANH.QQi Ar W ''"'''.11. 1' K It, 1 tAp A P (ihlestn. . !'.. lln. 7 IO* .
( the wedding to be solemnized la June. .-n.&Brr-l ITe s B'1orS..dn.: ', Ar.Vow York 1 I' It It. 4 131_| fJ 31. I.r UtoaiMpau.OArOM U, 'L A. i>. It t&p l lI
a! . .,. .. .. . . i t ".". Ill Mnnnn. f 2J.a:
AH arrangements had been made for - --- ------ -- -- ------ + - ." r
and I''Florida/ .
York -
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' thU wedding which was to be the society t>r...." hall Pullman Drawlnn Rant f.v Olosiooail.OArToUdo. ( } "0 ,If, A' I). ttUp
" event of the season, but It appear G. S. MERCHANT & GO. 1-I1..pln.I'orlT.mpa./ldJ.uo"4; I OArltatrolt.WMh_ .U HAf. *, >. 6 :7lat
vlll) .N. York . I M. 730*
that an old sweetheart, appeared to -
Retailers and Jobbers la I c..l"a.'r.-u.( 1.1.1(__ iJPpUmfl
' Sf --\\.t.$ and fiorMafallman
with tne result! bore )
the
scene
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upon Ar Pillsbon. !'., I'M I.ln,. f166s
wl," 11.11) I>raliiglUjont M.I ,,
'k mentioned and Groceries KUeplng' Car Jacksonville to Lvciseloastl11'ltIa'Ic.1. ; Ii>M i ;
Staple Fancy Yew York. At O..IId. 0 /ht "ntJr E 41e 1'
V. Cleared for Action. '- r.1..d..i ;J(, M.,. Itf.H. day 1.
When the body Is cleared for action Tkrsegk "?... I."r lla.. $k," 5.. 10 Ar t.oolnUle, Ky .J. Icy lop LI'
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train, fiardta Slid and Fcrllllzara. --- ,------ ---- ----' Ar MC. ',*,1.. Mi M,, Kv. t97* ti
by Dr. King's New Life Pills, you ea J.. Ja' ksoavlll- Kla' $o. KjrKo. T Up
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AUAr U .
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tell it by the bloom of health oa the SOUTH SIDE SQUARE. t i i GAl.f rflVILLE. 7LOKIDA Lv Hevaanah, f,a lyfa. 13 1A. ItlrmlnMham.aal..aa AUAr I ,rW.. ,u.y,. 114.1 It w:
of the the Ar Columbia, .*. C llyMo. 9&Mt7p
ehe ks; the brightness eyes; .
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hle. }
T.
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Highest market pHs paid for ChUksoa. Eggs and otbsr err dose. "rA.bnlJl-f (' Itffrt. I flp
.. flmnrse of the flesh and raosclss j the Ar Kaawe City. MA .'rt.. "+" Bio
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Ar Hoi Nptint.! .N CArKA.ottllU.ToBn liyHo. - ,
t baoianey of the mind. Try then. AI HfHo. 4JUp4Mp ,.ID .. 11DUptg
S, All drag .to,". 23e. L Comp1e" stock of Hay, Cora Oats, Flour. Bran, Meal. Colon 8..d M..I&Ad Ar 1.o1lnlll. llyMo. Kfllat IIM 4thjru.. ..Ark 99*
Rf" W. handle oalr the VERY BEST goods at be WW.
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- -- -- -- -- Wo. lA- Tb. Florida Ltasital
EST PRJCE8. and MtUfMiioa always.
goarmate .A O. h U.
Cincinnati Q.
Ar Dally tJolld t.stibnl.mama, through {'
MAX KRAUSS, .. .. ., -- . -..- -- -. . --" ". . day cMMhs and follman rI! ..pU g ,1
tin *>-[ Ur I'QU....* Dnnsn( ( jMksonvll| lo (:(..'"..& .
RepresentingWHOLESALE hover tad 11o5e1 Kl.eyiag' Car beweets .aco. Ifr poor ti tiJaksoaetlle

JORDAN .. rat C1wt..U.. . .... . N1..p. CarUrotafwtwaatwaarIrselng ... ... ,
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HHJE, LJTE1HDACCIDEHT -- --- -
E. A. WElL & CO. : llirmlagliaia' )mpbie and Kao*.4CHy
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SHOES THE OLDEST ARRIVALS AT JACKSONVILLE. r o

z or AU De.eitptlns.: AND BEST COM INSURANCE From. X.w York Ws, bl.gtcm' ......Vo. 79,'.WMhlogUm oaf FI.>,Wa Lim-
lied" 9l
PAIIIES 'toftS .w York "ubialbaco.. 13, '.W..lillllaoG.Ad Florida Ef: >
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Bole Ja .aU X03UKCB ud MYKS.J363 Prow (:la.ta.tl .lI.......... .,..-:fo. 2'1' ,"WMalBgt. and riorWa Lto- ...
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qCALITT KBOM. Every PONTCH BLOCM OAlNESVILLt Frew ('kksxe, ClMfsaall.AtUaU.. .!........ Is. ".... Umite4.".49..r.
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';. 3:I ;, ." THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA MAY 20(), 1905 -

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''f.Ik'... .. -- i W. R. Anderson is seriously- sick wUh! Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Moody of High

; fever and his condition is quite critical Springs were in the city for a few WILSON'S.lea

B. Daughertjr' of High Springs paid hours yesterday. Mrs. Moody was en .
Waldo where ,h." has beento .
from
route
Ed Health Gainesville a business visit yesterday
Go visit relatives. Sue was joined hereby
James F. Mead of Jacksonville wa
her husband. here we are again with ni<">
registered at the Brown House'yes- Bargains for you. No matter what au
this !
of
!Ir.. S B. Chapin, formerly
terday. want la the Dry Goods line we hav s nat j
city but now residing; in Tallahassee,
to the Mrs. J. O. Boston\ departed yesterday has arrived for the purpose of attending a less price than you ran find it *-i-
S the will visit
' for Savannah, where commencement exercises of East
friends for a few days.F. .
Florida Seminary, of which her son, where.SPECIALS
G. Ramsey, a prosperous farmer Ralph, ia a student. The numerous !
ehildren and trucker of Wacahoota, was in the friends of this lady are delighted; to see :

.. city yesterday on butiness. ,.
H her again. 20 dozen Ladies' 20e Vests only.12.I,c
The train for High Springs over the The Southern Portrait Company under 15 dozen Ladies' All-Linen Hem-

v" Atlantic Coast Line, that formerly left the management of Edward Mar- med-Stitched Kerchiefs,each lOc

} Children especially fond of dainties this city at 3:45: p. m., now departs a' cionoy, the popular artist has again 10 pieces Curtain Swiss, regular
are 6 p. m. 15c values,at per yard. . lOc
opened up for business at Newberry,
and the housekeeper must look carefullyto Miss Willie MsCarroll-went yesterday opposite the poatofflce. where all workin 3) pieces 7c Gingham for, yard Gc

.' to Rochelle where he, will visit l the line of portraits, groups, view,

their food. her sister, Mrs. W. A. Adams, for a enlarging and frames can be had on

few'days.Moses .
short notice. 24

As good cake can be made only with Davis of Alachua was in the O. J. Waters of Bell, who had the

city yesterday. He came on business misfortune to lose his home by fire a
also cake that is healthful connected with the county tax asses Remember w. have only this lot of 24
t good eggs; so a few week ago, desires to thank those Fine $1.25 White Spreads. Q O a
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o sor's office.J. people of Gainesville who so generously to sell at, each. . . 57 Ov*
as well as dainty must be raised witha S. Jolly of the A. C. L., in stepping I came to his assistance. This kindness -

oq his train at Kendric yesterday, will ever be appreciated and if . at. .

pure and perfect baking powder. slipped in such a manner as to fall aDd ever the opportunity presents he will

break one of his ribs lie came horn be ready to reciprocate.

;t Royal, Baking Powder is indispensablein to this city for treatment. Mr. and sirs:: S. F. Brooks after a Wilson's Busy

The funeral of Thomas Hoax, infant brief visit to the former's relatives

the preparation of the highest quality son of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Roux, took here, departed yesterday for their Store.

place from the house yesterday afternoon home in St. Augustine, where Mr.
oPood. It imparts that peculiar lightness at 3 o'clock. Rev. T. J. Nixon or Brooks holds a lucrative position.

the Methodist church officiating. There They were recently married in Greensboro --- -------

t sweetness and flavor noticed in the was many of the friends of the family Ga., and have been here receiving T. F. THOMAS


t' finest cake, biscuit, doughnuts, crusts, etc., present.A jolly. party consisting of ten couples and friends.J. the congratulations. of relatives

; and what is more important renders the of young people enjoyed a atraw B. Douglass, for several years engaged UHDDTAKIM ((0.
,
ride to Newnan's Lake on Thursday in the grocery business in this

food wholesome and evening. The party was chaperoned city, has accepted a Incrative position
agreeable to *
young by Mesdames W. P. Corey and H. W. as traveling collector for a large Chicago

and old. Waits. The evening was delightful portrait house, and has been assigned FULL LINE OF
M"v and a most enjoyable time was, had, refreshments the Georgia territory. Mr.

"OYAL RAKING POWDEA CO., NEW. VQHK. being prepared for the occasion Douglass has assumed his duties, andIt KEW GOODS.

---= ____e___ and taken with a relish. needless to add that he will makea --
: Wells of Lakeland in the success. as he is a hustler. Agents tor...
Eugene was
_ J. Jo::. Crawford of Orlando was In the
i1 NEWS OF CITY AND city yesterday,on business city for a few hours yesterday. Mr Ray Witherspoon met with quite a :Monuments, Tombstones

Wells was for several years employee serious accident while at work In the and Iron Fences.See
Conductor Gilmer of the Atlantic .
In the Atlantic Coast Lino shops at machine shop of the railway companyat
COUNTY CONDENSED Coast Line ha returned his run between Our Samples
I. High Springs and Rochelle.)) High Springs, and is well known and High Springs In working with one
t has many friends in this section who of the machines he got his right hand
Large line of gentlemen'. underwear Personal attention to all matters IB
k Mutters of General Interest Oath. are always glad to nee him. He was caught in some manner and when he
Jut received! worth $1 a suit. Will this line. Mall and telegraph orders
z sell on Monday at J9o a suit. 11. Ed- en route to his home from Palatka, got it away it was minus three flngers.
ered by Our Reporters. elstein. d2 where he has been ou a visit to relatives lie arrived home in this city yesterdayand promptly attended to.

Deputy Sheriff J. R. Andrews of and friends.NEW will be laid up for some time.
Gainesville Florida
,' PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS Fort White was In the city yesterday, John Pendrel, traveling passenger

lie also hold. the responsible petition agent of the Clyde Line and one of the --. --- --. --- ---

What Has Happenedand What U Going of city m.nhalln his home city. most popular and most widely known ,

to Happen Told In Short Paragraphs Engineer Joseph --Rice accompaniedby YORKRACKET. transportation men In the State, is in THE CONTINENTALCAFERESTAURANT.

So That "He Who Runt May Read", his daughter, Miss Susie, passed the city in the interest of his line. Mr.
route Pendrel states that the travel in Florida .
through the city yesterday, en
*; It In The Sun.
from High Springs to Jacksonville. has been unusually heavy this season -
Old newspapers for sale al The Ban and that the Clyde ships in both
Wanted Manager for new branch of
i office ULadle. our business here in Gainesville. Write directions have been taxed to their utmost
.'call1nR cards in latest stylesat with references. The Morris capacity.

Ban office.. Wholesale house Cincinnati, Ohio. Among the visitor to this city i is J.

New lot of set glass just received C. \\'. 1'arham, who recently went to P. Lynch, a clever young man of Jacksonville

A. L. Vidal ,A Co.I Angeline, N C., for his health, has no- CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTH who is representing the Hoi- i

*. A. Parish of Hague was a caller ;. titled his many friends that there is sema Woodcock Construction Com

. In the city yesterday.Bimnnson'a already a marked improvement in his -- .-- --- pany. This company also buys and

Wonderful Salve for tale condition. sells lumber, and enjoy an extensive

by J. \V. MoOollum A Co. T. R. I'lekett the Newberry lumber trade. Mr. Lynch was formerly with.

4j, I For Rent-Oflle.ee over Chltty's manufacturer wa in the city a short The "Good Old the Cummer Lumber Company bo
_ store. Inquire It. U. Porter time yesterday on his way. to Jacktonvllle. relinquished his position for one more .

t' Q :K.: 1'eacook of WlllUton was a Hi* mill at Newberry! it closed profitable. (Fiat corner South of Tonioffiee). (

i caller in the city yesterday. Q for the present Summer Time"Seem Among the visitors to this city yesterday Oreu I.Ill XM.Itht. Dr1, (.off.. \

George A. Ityiesof Windsor was calling C. D. May, proprietor of the New wa L. W. Knight, one of the "..tua ...!.. '
on friends in the ally yetterday.JuttlceT. York Racket at Newberry and one of to be almost in sight and it is leading citisens of Cadillac who. cam<

the leading business men of that place our duty to keep as cool as possible for the purpose of accompanying his --- -- =
H. Tulle 01 Waldo was a '
t" bulnt wa among the business ,visitors to this during the heated term. son, J.J. Knight: home he having be"n EEMITH'S V
visitor to this city' yesterday.
city yemrrdsy. lie enjoy a tin"trat. a student at Kant Florida Seminary the
'r For tin.-iOIXIIrish" ( barrel. s MOUNTS
potato .
. past term. While here Mr. Knight'
J. N. Mono, alnevilk.) Fla. d2: 4twK. We will few WELL
a articles
".n.rd-Onl. for V'ctor Talking name called and renewed his subscription 10Aluhu.
:. O. (Smith of Ocala the
rA wa among .'.
Machine" and record Retail orderslive luminary for another year.
,
business vltitor to this city yetter- that we have In our
t
dollar up delivered free. Old thus making the eighteenth year he All the old standards and
day.
record! and maehln.s rxehanged. Metropolitan establishment that will help has been a subscriber to this paper. the choicest of the new ones
Deputy Sheriff J K: Itoberaon of \ Talking. Machine Co., Jacksonville
r' Wtlltitnit ..a. in the city yesterday on "'1.. to be comfortable: Do Not be Imposed Upon. as issued.Ask .

Inutile*.. There is not quite a* much activity you Foley A Co., Chicago originated to see them, a* they cannot be
displayed to advantage. in .
A new |II.| ,t. of canary and mocking among the vegetable dippers at present Honey and Tar a* a throat and lung a ('a.C!

t' bin! emte just received. Prices are a* there wss a few days ago cukes A Nice Hammockon remedy, and on account of the great ... .
lUird't. SPECIAL MOUNTS for E.
right al F. S.
r
being the principal article movingnow. merit and popularity of Foley's Honey ,
Timothy Uail., of Newberry one of Etfg plants and pepper will soon the ,veranda will make it several !, and Tar many imitations are offered School Children' and Babies. '+y

i Alauhus's former dispensers of justice, begin to move. degrees cooler. for the genuine. Ask for .'ole,'. Honey

wat in the city ye.t 'rdav.We - .- - and Tar and refuse any substitute Fine Fadeless FotografsFrom

will top\ the leak in your roof or A Good Ice Cream Freezerhas offered as no other preparation will
Locket to Life Size.SMITH'S .
it will cost you nothing. Slernberger READ THIS.tlprlaafl.ld. give the same satisfaction. It Is mildly .
A Phillips. the Paint Store. a tendency IolowerlheI"mp.ratu"
I la.all"eh contains and
Tenn. June 11. 1t11.I > ) no opiates STUDIO.
.( The! pay train of the Atlantic Coast is safest for children and delicate p 4'r.
have been troubled with kidney
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Line called yesterday to gladden the - sons. Sold by J. W. )..t'CoUa.Co.. -------
and bladder trouble for a number of
heart of the .nllllo)'.. of that line A Climax or Dixie Net . ._ .
years and severely *o, and having noticed - -- ------ --- - -- ---- -- .
lay your water rent to T. 11. F.lli: the advertisement of I Ilr. K, W.
will make the
hung over bed room
city tax ,'olll't"hH.IICS\\'f'd Main street, your Some Men LeaveAn
iff Hall's treat Discovery A Texas Wonder A to 1O degree cooler when thermiiaitos
OfUoe hours d.. m. to 12: m and :2 p.
sP m. to d I'. m.Ve concluded to give it a trial, hum begin to try to r 3 S., Ii
sing you awake.A Estate (for the WidowTo w.
n \ have received .a large .Io;kof \ uud great relief and wouldrecommend r
Bff gentlemen' uuderwear.. worth fl a it to those similarly afflicted
suit which w.. ...111..11. Monday' for 99o I II II. Kias: Suit of Our Feather-Weight invest and lose, or all a temptation 'I
a .u\t. KdeUtein: d:: Underwearwill to speculators. How much

' There it only on* way. to get perfeutly A TEXAS WONDER. better to leave her { t '
keep you a* cool a. a cocumber. '
j pure viiracu. Ak you grocer! On. small bottle of the Texas Wonder -- ,lia.
' for Itlue Ribbon lemon and vanilla $500 or SI,000 a Year Income ,
Hall's Ureat Discovery, ouree ail A Pair of Our Low-Cut Shoeswill
i Take less. Flavor perfectly. ,
kidney and bladder troobUe. remove for Life, or for 20 or 30 Years? .
the fees tkorooghly comfort Pn >i ,
Commencing Sunday. May 21, those gravel,.cares diabetes seminal:: emissions keep a.: I''
,weak and lame backs tbeusaattam able.
w. popular trip to While t Spring. and return and all Irregularities: of the kid We will seal you some tolerating '.row assn OT.. (nt ,
same day Lave Gainesville, UA Bel and bladder to both men and information ahowisug bow small aaaaaal .w .'
We Might, staa*. ."1...,article,. LW. si.i..ttrr
u. Hy knit If will call will take
we
ll.W round trip J K Hill Agent, children if not sold by your druggist, yen. jot ne.su yearly booms far anyone for R..,......., ., .t,5
will be sent by mall oa receipt of ft. treat |4** .,. la thewt&r yea Ikeaaw hal- whom you ear to provide.Mf. of tae sas..t-----t
Win. Adam of Windsor' wa la they ODe email bottle U two months' treatment *f tkcsa.PHIFER. b5c d.I.tae rq,4-u..c._a.r.aler.ae u.e.......
city yesterday, II. stated that they and ...140f.ty to perfect a L MILL ft W. B. HieiBI, a thea.erct uaw.r a..s.t k#
_ ear*. Dr. Kraesi W. laUsole ..... pit,. rt- .. tae bseri
,
4, had a fine rain in hi dose
locality Wedaeaday ii l The .. .
BROS. AstwU KCTCALTw t.. ...
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"tarer. P. O. box 39, 8t. Loai. M fr.vti
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.t but the. ground oad stand a Head Uatisaraalala.. Sold by ail Uftt 1....... cu h.1 JI.w *. ,

more fane root supply of moUtara. dn b". !'WIt Oon r.GaJ.MTlU ,.Fla. Q1UMnu.c.> s I : FLOBIDl I

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