Title: Gainesville daily sun
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 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: 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: April 14, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01857
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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 Related Items
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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tA 6-Y Wjr-*LY PRJ N5U
Otated 4asvQfiteld Will Not *uft*
S;:^^^,.,;^ ftt^ QQ^B arts.1. *:.
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tOk bfilU* bla hitimate friendss and bueilne Aa
p **lEIsI-Ol inpet, they pay, that he.il *
MAY or June and 0tht hewill b1 in h
at Insane .Patiete. We're p o.dN ^-. to Sardtoga a. op,,
1 ke and laced Under Cold his club house there when the pimuel
ipAruieep :of Vati*t eason bie. In the event that his
eae, sao itd not be tasen, up before

station Into change of al. d 4i t^ 1 i holt dyas. --:
Sof h His frl'en4 Ait l.t0t there a it t.
S k hf te lifkelihMod of + co ictl as -his
.of ..th 'kelatd ..a.e y" weat.h. atyroa d Ao t t h to tet

about I ile: from this agnt hm A they Aer ha
Al eof, a Oal ljury tho3d fAng ed ta0t1.a1 d
ye ibeen ade. A number of the trial dge labid sentence bims
t testified before the i to ter1. f I, ti,&ntet '::. :oi.l4
ttetat, te h ve abe to obal p
^|ltj.e ictitm of act4 of eruelty4, peal 6nd to 51v0 bOada so that there
of thel witnepeestato thAt need be no i.tertfrence with hi4 Vlapn
Sto tell all :they lno on ^for 8ar.tof
et of the tact that they Would : HNElU
r at the hands of the a.ttenfanta
e cloe of the ein*t0on. First Boat : Sall Wit Materi Prwl.
l ior n .. to the- testiiny of ,pev .o* and M .Q .
witnesses, oe ^ ofr the favoriteI(, : S.an "ia A.ri 1. prt R*'ogay o
I .u b tuist ment for i 41 of rules on the part of the p. ofthe :omnmertal Oabie company wfMl
-8 W^a g beating with a slIungahot l eve for -:Uoiitilu W"'ith 30 tSats f
e of a sock in. wdtch a ptato or freight 4n provisions. These men
oe b t et ^ Vj-ce4three- hitefper-t or -~t i
i ** way, fou ar G ouam nd a wber of
e. of the :O.ta- 414teed- theyo- arpenters $d electli jan.
t ,euel~e.h) One i the freight which they take with
g''p~tn h .rcozst.Ad t Ahrm- .. iuded --bfram.d ho......
ScalrW, at tifollowing tet, ca Intru bAtteies hI d
^ leather1 belt. The w4tae who he necsitr pa at o i-
b ut0 the ltut k rme hWowver. Quatert's .t the landing ettin:i at
fthoe dAs l-J a L.ttan of ...Midwayai. ua. ... ..
i he had been ike by t the .aike Oi tpay, just
m-, and _it '.was develop. that ,Li.ed he.e tfrp o the east o i.s wty
W 1 bath were so. eed a t the Otrient to meet the cable ships
Ia of pnnishtnent, the patients be- that are. to ly the CAbl* between
h*eld while cold' water wais allowed Manila and Honolulu
ll 4 fln themn. Two attendants rf- He eas e workI.- wll biegt ait Ma
being cloely questioned adiuitted ala and will be completed by July 4
A n theyo had kicked and cboked p.
im em, but stated that they had been MAr I NTRSIN-. 1 o. -I D.
h~. to do so in self-defense,ia. they
~i e'' a attacked. Believed that Iietone of an Extinot
SSFrENDER TO BE LA VN K EQ a ve ;Se .e thumned. -
B ,:v .t hat, Hop4aiL E 6y; tin 1g8" "
1i *ufuled to Take initial Plunge This rt ofC l of the.
Afternoon. Of -Phdll
frh.tol, ILR ., Apr tll -Pinal prept. s alca4dety Andpver, MSr ., has 44
*ipar aer being madie tday to liuc covered ota f erW eait of thlt place


Ier.of ItAtial plung e t prebtld p AofteoI More
l*e place at 6:30 te ieraoel T heae eabiani the skeleton,, several






"owner .of t (tb4sA n 4, *Py estate t ZMOSteri'. t.on.

5woakien have knoteeo b. a P= t- o .a "
Ol at the end of tU.he doc: W :".it ..ReUNI .i



l^ 'weht ma a en l in ... ........... -. 1 :
.inIr -ouf to fe ance. the te Th e otw .o....4 h "i-K-ninohee, o
Ptw 09n. was borietiftly deoo Aete We -g w .t a of( mounol
y la<. and Hevw ti. s btaV 4tde. All th e keletona wevbre C

it.- f 1e 0t..ee o)*e ,O fe Actei
4.ft act-e 1 -- O*:. 1 an h.1
tew .York to, lm lle*m tSlMiIlt S; .eera 4ay.
Weorkamen ha. :knosek4 beay atho l
.ofat'th#. end .6 thjWE hI
yacht may selast y $1 h -* -
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rb boat ha. culdm:gieers amtd Wp it qm ,e
oOa Uontbufon ibe s *tmrLSm




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ApW Otat P?4os lir .ral

NW FFIOERi FOR PHILf'PINt
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S ($ BOER LEADER. LKCTV .
1 Tel8 How .N Why the Struggle Wat
I TES TJgL E Oan)iois7es., April l8.-Oanor.
Ben Vitjoeu, second in covniaAn
S ioy ter B oat Thain o the Boor rmy, l eturd. uqon Sbao,
D ftvt^:rAoat of the PhiaAes of the South Aitoatn
* / 0(190:8kOWS. conflict before the Harvard union last
*; i" + -++ **igh":: tiht. He revived a mot oenthual-
l 8ImI g ftrting.
N ARROM SAMROCK ., This was his first lecture in this
':"-. "- '. country. He rNlated his experlencen
,icp Al',Jnc'. o Olde i afti with a unal force in prolonging the
d.T fight agains t the British and then crit.
.. To Have ..B.. n Ten Minutee. Iclad the British at'my, saying Hta
reitlsh Yshtsmq1n Hihly Pleased chtef fault was the lack of indepen-
with 1wBot, dence of the soldier. H1 said that
,withIout an ofticer to command th'a
W1 April ---h course fow rank were absolutely helpless and that
St.. 66t r cnte between the two Paost of the officers were little bettor
Soo ud~stri trang condl-, than .the prlvaltes, 'for scores of them
-j *aIWt to one eo0(. 4 who were captured were fould to be
S td 4. l, a annunouc 1 ,unable to do such a simple thing as
C al y tng line wan cook their meals. He s4id the Brito.
f .tM0' eas ly to & maark 4gih solder could not shoot, having
ot" LuIwoQt,'e, ac.eiose the 1itl or no knowledge of firearms. Inm
: 947 a ma k^ off. Port fishing one camp and capturing it, the
n4 and thMetho~e ,twice arou. ,Boers found the soldiers were shoot-
4 rck f Wa rt ialy' declared pr! the time the Boers wore cree'plin tip.
or to ti St,"but it.;'.*a ud*erstoo He 'ad the Boers lived ot whatever
mto mitet they captured from the TBritish arrmy
tfrelh, w'" hwst b~ed .and for nine months went without
o, 1 e ..;. strenth60 to caisie the. salt
ac ts under club top sails to heel In conclusion, General Vitjoeh said
*v : over i:ake ft saUlin w Jniland had promised to give them
blowingg s th two IIamrodkl till ,~irttmtinent and lator what wouldk
iVrr'4 tr position+., DurinU tihns b pracltally freedom. At prsentt
0joc1eyiai Sham irok llI provy th Boeis were maroly & eouquered
btWih fta i d han tl r anid Cpt jw ple li the worst of povterty. Hl
1- ie tah-oteily7 e heA (t ti .Fa th reason tihe wrrtwtetfor two
si tart. The ', piparatry al gl was ye*t. after the Boers' case became
given. at t&.#'m.,njust beforethe hopeless wan because they were cut-
startint gun iwao Ared at 10 o'clock off from outsitide communlentoan and
both yacht, sttyed by the outerpk were lookin tfor a IaPayette or a
Sboti. + The tlbamocr I being to the D6owey to turn up to aid them In their
,w ether o9,. the ehal4tigor- 4rew out flit .... ..
said w^e two er three lhenths .e a
they bore Gway for the rn. The start- ENERAL DAVIS REPORTL.
: l til .:,,were. ,:;. "
,ai- tfk 1t-10: 00:s -O: ii i Nw om the Ieont
S'00 r DBattle With Moros.
1'he Y4 1, 4 quickly squwe d away, Was-b'ngtm, April 18.--eieGral Da.
et spnnakler and the liw lbot la- vis hs e cabled the following report of
medt&tey opened out. 0oa statly In- Oaptaln Peorhing's attack upon the Mo.
Kn! her lead from her opening O fortt6ss at Baculogo:.
as they i.e towards Tulworth Cove M Wntla, April 11, 8:26 a. m.--AdJu.
thwlnd remained freek 4 etd y tant General, Washington; Illgaon,
and the racers made xcel.nent aiintg 4Aprli 1i;. In pumarante of my orders
as they an oorms on the-1at-jle, of based upon the recommendation of
the course. ShAmock I followed ln Genzira Samuel L. Summers, Captlain
the wake of thi chalkng'r, but was John J. PerehnlguisiArted last Mond4y
ima~le to hold her, tho 84a4tmrock fit for exploration of the We"t coast of
ptiAntng out all along the line. In t*ke Laanao. He vlsuited many of the
O fnilates' running the Ochlenger 4Uttos per lavltatioi IThe iscolod
gained 2 minutes. The tluite were; Moros have peraoltently defled us.
4amrock III 10; 22: 30 Sharock l e ritAhed the ldeko auid ave
"402:35.. har kept war flAgs flying over. their, forts
ppitng theirr splnnakect the bomt whieh were reported the strongest on
lifed and' came on thu, I for t ~Ite lak Repeated efforts 'were made
W< ^:o #iniwma.rd 5.cro', L byto. to, i4u*e tth sulta to come to CIAmp
WJf Portlad. A VoItpe of kau V* a friendly talk but he nov.
leg. were P Mtled and the ehallonger eo When Capwuai Permshins $ tp-
potfag handsomely, liftut to windward lAeOl 04 the fort last Moundayhe wasI
rr hioh the smooth wa .. I3efo-re flieod y nd two men were severely
they had Bone halfway to. the mark b Out*e.o There w *s nothlain loft
t he Shamrock U waa role ahe br and w overcome the resntance. Tho
adto the whldward." p1e6w6 ry strong and4 was u,1
The bret e fretehen4 a ittle and rw 4e by a ditbch 80 feet deep. The
both yiachts traveled at a fine Ace f-rat 4ttok. drove the defenders out ofI
the challetner apparently) -ev-lln- .' the exterior trench. On April 8 the
Ik- t r~ f tort w. s mUatted i4d th te"h "cr0s s
W: the yIahttrn,.i(' t of o".r 6 .mnuittes in ies than H .tn fort w eII ualtx lpthe Moro* inldo
aitlteh' ialtn at, mar. d fenlatI the place deprtely. By
Thte tte" t. te ,td ,r A 2 p, m. out troopswore. In full vo a
Mwei k :. ; sealon:. Many of the More. weor
SShamrock III 411.:40 2 )Bt lMto-ee.. I slIIwl. lmte t.lt of t B:46:s .. . 11 woanded. leven canyon taken am)
.Thnee a broad. vasy eh b ut as min any other captured arm.
te. botsi home and on tb. r point A" QUT NEW YORK.
.,stg thI e Rha8miock I hd her op -
po. well. The firt rom4 was, fi Rt~a. Co.er Oo, e. H. Has. N
ie M rD as Iotll o w I r: I Ir ea of < bamrok t$7: I arock New Yrk, AIpril #I.-IUcYard 01*o..
U2:08.:2g e m. r is, not raurnin ,to New Yortk .i:
-'":' ., I'1ok I .o! .......... July or t .Iay other time, cablelsl. T .I
.mn'oc I PO4W. j -,. I Wowr'I. Lo Lea-o :n, A wI)--Tifi"aV tfkI pli.,to .an= |qiury he tleli1pI
WIa Loe h "Iat i:way tromh the .O r1i5i 5 t il ls-. "ip.c.m'e* w ," j

both eaermdt **msf. 4 So tbs. saibw
yeobt soaped other fi* O ai and to\ all I am ot reter -
-.las toh Nw Tork4 .


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Major GenePral i e *go. Davils Now.
In ComMndd of Pl..ipp.it:, .To ,
Retired in oly an'd W ..
Seeded by Jtas Wade.
W hington, .-.I's,, 1..
Wjspohrtant chatto t'1,-ri
today M Iajor G. et,4i R.,oeli4 $
Hughes havring CtAcb4 the age of *4
yiwar, whl.h mi.atalthe limit of '
vIce on the 9'iv l'it', wh placed o ;
the retired ,iIt. He was recehtl
relloeydp froMut d4tt in tQMvai of t
S lpartmint O o 1 4,o7Ia, The vacaw 4
cy in t he grade ;f Maja Gen.eal-
caused by Geeral t Huhes' itreire ,
wam today fUll. b the pr into
Briiga ter (Gen:ey1.Xil spt ~.
enrldge, inspector g ral of the erief
That officer w itlabo dutely r'
ed mta.d r0t"l4dler :ert Mehalt z.
Lu-dingkton, quarter*te p I eueral *1
the army, will be pomt4 to the r
of. major goneel, Genleral u dia
ton Will in turn- be rel tr, and the yOb
cancy thus creatte willO# be O l l
the appolnt.niet of rlgaer Gee
-Jarne P,-'. Wa.ite the tI;1 A$
geneorl. The appoleatrt of Ge .-s
al Wade will be pern mateni u'ntt t$
statutory l 'nttremnnt l tr 1907.
General Wado ei in O n d
the department, of L'ason. On0
statutory retirement of Malor Ve
fleorwgeW, DAIP-idA, li aly ""
oral W Vtde illl tsucc~f- o
maNl of the tsI Ioa1n of 4thie iih
which lbihdae all the ulttar.

MOTHER DIAD;,CHILD I
Horrible Crimte Corrtmitted i
nlston, AlAe, by Unknown P.
Shreveport, -14., April 1
Ptank Matthiews, 49 ye~aiv .'Ofi
wJfo of Pt-ank Matthews, a alo f
never of the Suabonrdt A 14i"
her lo0-year.otd chill,. Alltn, w
faulted by an unknowd0 pati ri
home nea- Anton, A, a
In the sitruggl th.t tfolloweI ~
tack by the as MlaIt, M-I, t
hemad wa c-mrhed to p Jq ajlly .a
died from her Injuri "t
After massaul.ting hU olAte, ta l
lalsni.t a(ittempttot orhirlty
the child, bim Ltvr beatfA;a"
lnansllIllty, tid, levinl sO tqoi bvIN
hInd, him. Th WOld14 is 4at A. s:
urn hare with Alc poei. ble lb 0 lo I ?
reottery, h6y. her fllhiving been,:
tured an hea cbet crusbed in 4
the "tugglW.-
The crtimen -I a mrteoi. olut
Matthews hbad -opsidersble Jwfl
upon h.er p0*QF, which we o

show*.:. t th 64eer *a i 4ib
oen tely planis *etl ;":/ -'
A pose- with bloodho wde is lb WI
suit of the eainaliaat ho wll dsiaki.
lesely be.t bned at the ..k. Wag '
Ut iptttited', ete



Verk~se Autheidpi 0 et1 Alirmed

of the 4eatliofI, lat

sen itae resoti : at that 'ase, haa
stirF Ap'I* *#tqrltes here
...... iW.. fro M naul r,

S in more stmou
bou1hr atisa ..ns aid
II e.egia I !am aelsge, tn the


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(si Sepleitabgr 1ied
I teKr h1s a : almost
of Who,$pg co g)l and

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otli "%l0S1 frUPe, .wfo
iao i a rn 4e stag' "lso.
iel^ ^ *el" Derspeate'


b all ,.druggists. Trial



dtAcre noT.iMh;M .rason.
.Pt $lhttlWorth of viiatop
aitf okB a oew hou s ye ster
t .htl iprth .It amsoOlftudI:
y. o ,8h:t ietotih, 4 stltil8r, I,
* the wI '" He. iated that
ould have the oomtng season
e h Vndred porea itt oeantta-
iays if thse weather ooundi-
nt'e favorabli0 t thlb fruit
.1e, T:;his ir made a bi g
aly it the melon blihaRea,
ofwlg an4 shipping large,
wiph brought good remrn.
' pst hlt melon aoreage Oipt.
p^h s~oitb' two handred
Ad !'l" b' :/ .: rops, all. of


t ..ured.,
ate bron


viablee:, bu


iot to o" a t a
ia 0 tiorse wr I


ioewits erto ift''
4,' ~s. u- a=
witch was bttob o,. t ti.. ::
mstr g trinj nd begns it 14 mt4
Mi.eroooh-e 4an.i, loIb gus4ia
an who witneps.t it, T'lija wil
I a selous loas to ^eow- ,ave y
gy, however, as *tS aP'Nt monvll
sudden linge, le*klaig The
Qost for reiptirW, ;et 4srate
eWt the ex.ltenment tiota 4s wil
S4net* Old Joi ak

||was athe orner a must $


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R apid Transit and Unsurpasaed
Time Table in effect February 6, 16
D Dea't For A... ESVILLE
S12 4Opt High Sprinpg, Newberry and Inter- .... ,
,,Da .ly. . ediate Points
S12 :87 mp Ocala, Leesburg and Tampa, and
ily Iiitermediate Points
S40 p nPiflatka, Daytona, Jacksonville,
Daily :,: : North, East and West
,d ji4-Z p gb hSprings, Savanniah, and all Points
ted Dai? North, East and West____


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, l bQ01Wi work, fa private
04" tj06poortoOr- 4'40pi
S ..li o p4oul n top r Rochelle and Micanopy
.aa l .! tt '.p.Deilo s" , e n Dail*.

'i. boot .. *Oi la,9-. Pe ersburg, Pala ka, Jacksonville
t mild e t aily
entlon te.4liig .lia ieriorus ,
Inter1fnat geableiVIge.kT oketa, good over 13,000 miles of 0mO
elpal railways in the Southern $Saztes, are on sale by the principle' a4i
STJlrogh Pi.l.pan se0o-Por"irt Tampa to New York, via Atl
S Line ; also Via Atlanti 90ast Liine and Southern Railway.
nt and *ii p For n F complete in'foqt.tion, ca on
old ft ,l,. ".-, J. A. QOOODWIN, Ticket Agent, OalneS
iny mistalc, bit remen- AdOres;:
Swaop-Root, Dr. KX F5 ANK O. OYL$Ton'l Agt. W. D. STARK, Trav.
ot, and the address, 188 W,, Ator lunildin JacksonvilQe, ,la.
S.bon every bottle. H. M. E O. 0 Tidg'e, W.J CRAlG, Gei.
ll .l igton, W 0. lming'l toa .C
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VIRE, BOND and
ACCENT INSANC
Aoeprquitln a number o prominenti
4 s'Aetu an4 English otnpanLes.

Abstra & Reatltyil Cmpany,
..... tf wpw '--.
E. E. V0 lE, Manager, .
Oet asn abstr at o0 title to land before
l.uytur. Alter pttyliw the purchase
\.i4oyne o iher 1 often so rodresi tor tax
,.al saiand. u feabeleld mort~ aies.


SManth "&" Typewriter.
* NOT'. TWTUST.
A UItDRED-IDOILAiL RTYPE-
WRITER.I FOR $50.
(Gtnt'eatot one year. Sold on
monthly paYmetl ft at a slight ad-
a Yanee to remlonslble parties.
TypOwrlter U6tbbon for
various, waehines.
BEALJ ESTATE, DWELLINGS
AND LAND FOR SALE.
E. E. T"oyle,
S ainesville, Florida.


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rteeAsli ery Day
IbeltIer4e to All Parvt4 of City.


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Victor Safe and LoekCompa

The "Vlct7 is the best safe made, anid parties ,:6 tep :lat-
ing tlhe Parchase of a safe, or anything in that line,
7 Efrpnniaboxto a bank vault, will ave money .
by consulting us. Call on or address,

Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE, LO.E
O U I'I .I 4Tr '46.:.::


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UKERY,
Prop.

bnd PIES


sm. tMinatrels BET IWEYN
t'. JJaceksonville anr c New YOIll.
Calling at CHARLESTON, S. C.,. both ways.
Mi7,,,e,., T Yhe Fit 8teaiships in the Ceastwise Serfe,
Clyde New England wtid southern lines
Direct ervice Between JACK ONV1LLE BOSTON iand
PROVIDENCE, and All Easterit Points,
TALCalling at Charleston both ways."

Northbound.., ...... .. From Lewis' Whar t. .stoi
TES Fom Foot of Catherine St., J adca04 ie-
T s ,Ciyd e St. Johns River Line.
ST 3etwee R 3 A on s river Line
IFORNIA Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Franci rord and nseite
16th Ed-' Steamer a4 ngs o Jons Iiver"
d m.r "CITY OF JACKSONVITL ,'- .
-seae Jac k, i~ p; pointed tolail Ias fol ows ...........
lieaeJ Saconvif e 3 . Sundays, Tuedas ad
Leamres m afo.8:3l vtlALaysandThyr
S.rains. S omu.u0. ,ayW ed nesdays andF
Trains ,>.,. o...^ F .:
Leavea-30 ill ",Jaksoan rille. ..
Bpi...... n....... ..............B( ntaiio.......... .
ILLia ..................Palaika. ,'
AIM- ._._ ..,.. Astord...... -p .i... .
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ills Will


that .t..ain
e baseball
ser a w 0
strated 5.
solloiriti


c I ut, ik.,.:
f' .^^^if


ye exe plied $tixir ')^

to e n w ph i l e : :' .y ot her
ee -reorte last night
ianvais pirt, around thea
e eat suiof $200 was subS.
e they expect to more thfa
t nt hat. the. ^ ple;.'!ai
|Jle are dete 4 ied to
ini repuftsoatih t. i i t' i s.o b .
mthe ti st'eig.ftyeai. In th
tle^ ari. whoa mt tes to

IW Bill
simittee elpn6ts to< finish it -
sthelatterphat 41f the week,
iand definoite ste5 taken to-
te ovgafiatiot t f 'the Oaik Hall
-'li.ager iotf:.r is in cor-
(L[ee with serr -, firt6ls; a
h r qnflou to eign, with
Ire1, and that the Oak HaWlls
aa, carry of sthe htoows tho
- season there ean be tno doubt.:
6tiIeens are reqieasted to sub-
tUinUolk as' they fe-eI lI a pos-
o When teO, oiee w





.aroysmn of -cuhi g .coudp
Slt and bleed at, the nose. We
liytiing wer t *eard--of witut
rel Wshe then hled& iour
doctor, who prescribed Ftley'


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lcktin l oody anid ":+id'

inris uw.. e sx.reindo',
.s, pTrof itioni 4:re literal:
d .J r. e ol, Itor. r


.^ei? ttied.:ytf.jl .a,
1n)rj.ijt i and physical d itSd as p-T AdirIcs Tr and
gihi nid pliioned ) ,l 'dettive di-
ogetion., consiipatin, q kidniya, n.d
liver unable to pertorrm" Lelrir t Ftion
--all tend to make iilfe heavylburrden.
Mien and wmen should comnc0i thist
vary day to exeroiaso he God.gh-e
o.qrlity ofl coninao sense anid use
Paine's Celery Coompound, the oone ahd
only reliable spring health builder.

Iowa, says:- "....
"I feel hinl a deep ss of-
grt itude o express how mucn I hav11
been benefited by Paine'., (e'ert
Omupound; it has miAe me a ne~ per-
:son, There is .nothing else which so
,well rsltores vitality to the systoetiv"
The H6o. 1Edward MoeKenny, Jfler.
son CiQy., Mo., says: "Paine's Celery
ColApot fld is the great national reme.
dy. I can cheerfully recommend ilt.


ind Tara, Witi tho very first 'Y AND~e-iL OFWNED.
I ganr kto im prove and we -- -
t^u. savd tei Pair Wio Wert Cra~blna Met De~th
eItI Id y/I. I W. Jacksonv- le;F. la.. April l8.-Mattle
r, ODD FILLOWS HOME. tou S :mt, 21 years old, and "NteN"
Sarm Weath Aprace y the St John Ir,n
Wsro.s B tu r.', A pmw r Viltor Return Homwware.m x h.ev b '-i tav "nitt yet beena recov-
urn, .,De vm!iit.F .to leS .. -7 ... ''.

to., t t r hei h+ome pou ^ W:. t. 4tanotbhere woman. Pearl Seay,
xten4a^ ; soj *4w y they iwent to lr.ste cr, bbtag;,. The
hAe many frfeds",t int 0 i w 0e

t S e they went In tl .rvr -for a
have een IGla sthiis W rrl or m b.
fe - G0*1t WIU>O5 mti '00 -the 'water16'sg
ia~q l i Yt e rit-h ~-y- t meoiMtey started toward them t. .
oa, Wis.., arnd have; besl t ow bot. Beftord :t, r tead the
Seo) all fora a aeju. m al ot they ".M wo.t: a tI ppp
t4". Iiltxkan of A l imty .a,, twe .Ith the s 4 $ at Instantd
O differing fromdiopyi, lis... pe UK*, theftt*; .t "" ^"'*A

is wdn tl me 'ai t te to iI:
l uu ateilrlo to- Mbe en r d p f$ L* iptert-W Za"
a gbowdi a hLe Ijore t to eO'h '!t'

speeossedmanya -toe s the anM mahe otli strong and well. Is
Broken lup. M. Ru-y, nevri s toos. e ough t 01
Is sated. as assitant, *aa* voc kS* subatitt O

Ba i enolo Mome is setid' r 4S'tt't |*
it atU to bbth bc% p1* 1*
b


teztj


~M*w~1h free. she 1%uu
tateek nee4s4.


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W :t of.i th atifvo ate~ t
Sthe to t Arst and ,
ih i qnth, to andl
01 se ktoi i ln tickets to
I P eto, Braiden
Vtow ide o on x d sarasotat
o t o th Iron t-p,.Tieckot will
n nd bMrd't1 Tuesdays
a8ttm :,h, tt a lOnd v# utding Nor
le'bera17t.'h',t w tlI' ina tl limit
t1f4ntvo_ n edaOtao date of sale..
lickeswl oo toatoip-t0ovr 1nj
^eab dAir ~io. rallwaiy en route on
igo.i... urney "within tit',c,-day
'ro, W) a1hu toia 2.0 C., Norfolk,
rip@chon-da.n Peter bur lg, Vna.
t :Ott *e) l ttlert' tike t tyo E ai
ton Brienii teowt ad Manauteo at
op^l *n' trip'el bto. e itendorsd
"ettlet an- t ood in. ,parlor or ialeep
iln is .. d )ates t+ a le 'l uo.sd, ay
cprisale,1TQSt Aptrild th, 190,
Elle^ob. .rieito. nnld M M e

aid 28th, 100Lo t
The Benoard Air Line railway





have issued p...o v"ry 4!ttractive ad-
Avertis4 ti trn-.l, :over-y tholm rottWed





which is being ,distdrlboty extensively
The Grat a Risk. ove

A reliable re41dy1for bower icten'
aIan)t shContld IwrsId kept at d.
have issueedoe, vsretry attrative ad'
vertlasing mat:r, evbti l thiuso rlite,
when red bed in wterutd xt ensely
though the: For stha iy lltr ugt gd Nort i

A reliable np e0dy for bowel co
The iCsk (a too:1gre'ltsr s y al e to
tike 4hti'alns( .OolioC Oholera
Iand Diarrhoeaj emWty nover faiHe d'nd
when reduced wth wvter is p|leMsnt


The.


Si mmer


You'll '


Men


TDrs, well and .kotp cool ivith
'our latest patterns in Negligee
Shlirts.,Stinoer Hoi.ery, SumInier
Ties and Hate. A new sult pOf
liglt weight clothes, uo matter
what lhade, ia the thing for this
tine of year,
- Madras Cloth Shirts $1,-
That are really $l.10 goods the
world over. They are cool 0))d
styllah.
.Fine Shoes
For ladles and getmts, atnr pyi I -O
that catch.the purse. Ouir good
are Stasonable.

II. Me. UITTY&CO
The Outllftters.

;.or's_*~


Gainesville Thursday. April 16 aevi achn Works
I viSer canw w *istowtl oh t VleystiI. OGe isRAL MILL AWo
Ae eA d. wI i sat4 t,, ( Ts6
tl.#,.- W th.r' .u wrtW. a* e-. ". ..can.. torn-and straighten w Iolbe lengths
A" i ~s ss p""$ 'N.r of Ibhafttlng iU d Pt M-Custi ng
.m : " .'" . :" ::" p t Os l t.e i*


FIS a Rd 0S wie.


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lolleary I.*t~ al
(lk~iw~a^ "..**-*,*:

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COTTON OIN RPAIRINMI
A B-SPIALITY

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12 V. Fomryth -t. JtiMi i

tBest dining pl'oe In otyt i.
Wlneie ,liqtuorsa,.d Oligam, .


FWIN .WINES LIQUOR A, O1A0:
1M4111 W., t4ry A t.. j oksolvill'.,
sauet beer,'bottieoand drau hIt.
arlto call (oi mo whI t(i.t Jaosok

ISE 'IN JACKBONVJLOW'|
ViVt hoe--
TH( ORYVSTA SALOON. ADZ.
tUARDEN
The boee Llquors In ThO" t).
.Inment very night at lIooi 0

Th OLD l4rAUL14
Ae ,:r e. .


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po* Wu*trgrer Bapr $a b


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A iley. 1180 I.ta s sir l,;:

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Alachla C .unty u


Abstract Co0

B. R. COLSON, Manager,
lKNESI1,LE, FLA. -

The question of Title a
flrst co ldveratlon fbrrtbo -
levAiitar...


lAbstract of Title
To any plece t land i
Alacfhna county tsusluhed

TAXE RITUIKNEO .
AND PAIP l A
1." Awd ll"ll.At'r .^e :! iw- '" ,
c 4.4 ;all iattes e ."ee,

L ,tttdil prmply, I


GB~031


B voo ~t~oe bs hall n ,t

1W. P1Tlax"
-. E %Vj:* Wt*W -^



1PRN6ttons swPatIRE
se. **a *c:.+ie Niew :, .......


W buy or otn i .oni rnturo, o. o c010 ktf V
o ponp6e oklolmtmon b r


PA~ IN NO AND
Siw PAP, trk.' -A.' M 1144.


oo. U.IWa.t I ,A. t)W.3Jm uk:4;"^
.. .. .1o. +, X .-. .., .- . l
WALKER AY.O... '


Jaoksuville, *- *' oi< ';
--o8d4:1..,:+2


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- retailers pd 3obte


and Fancy


ptql, asu
I,4IION

tT f i otM of f lwI:i

Idlit.*ib of the d's

,a "ure I teeei 4m
actually repteae~nt
f qtll0 l ^iater void
I that oetr.,
rqect. or other ana4


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~l life
L~ 0.12-
IthIIA3t


a Oid, sarde Sed and F rtnI




A ple t atck of [iye, 0r, Oatsr0, Fldur, BrMe
A .eid h ede0 only te rVERY BBT god
pe S, an guarantee satisfaction


J M. GR:AHAMl i resident -. W. HYD i,.i
k ,-' ,. .0. "^ 0 i B 3..


ed to
were

THE ONLY HART REI) BANK IN ALAC,

p ital.... . ....... .. .: ,
: Supyeu and Undivided Profits... :~,b00


Does ex< l* Mta hbann n, th vittless fqe 1to any obIkn t*Se
the seountsB4 t'arnaM Merohaint; Oorpoisati os 4ntsere a
by apeolal arangmiment. All busnesW traossaoed promptly.
"". . LO .


Sbw d tsate in the month' miay b e
4*b hot sJkephig on the e.ft
S t in th outh ay s be avoid-
'O y 4 ly kngsobtr t6e previous day.
-Th6i nae of the B.ish, Ainister to.
d t6enesela,1 Heny Outra1lax.-Iror-(

04. 9 D i0 itrttion'of Whatr CIamber-
Ilai's 'fotc, Qohlerta and VDtar-
t tho ea R inmedy Can Do.- .
i'p the "One of owrotet-omere, a highly re-
e tpetditieofth place, had been
Loofvl ten erstoa*,auffer rtfrom ctroni,
A. ,ia ea.r '..It:. Wm A l den, Mirtun,
n 18, d|iggisot,oifierprie, Ala. ."Hee
S*u se va fiospatent prppaPtIoon.
d(O tt aiy permanent -bene 't. f o
epe' of ottphs adgo' bie cornenced taking
SiO Chlnber~lain's (Oli, .oholo ra ,and.
I traits Diytiaihoes lmdy and in a shorttitime
was etif etreod.: Many oltten
of ntrpisoe who know the gentleman
posed will testify to the truthfulness of. this*
Voting stateme3it.'" For sale by all droggista
bl in medelote oompnieas.

reli A 'S LIGHT RISE REPORTED.
,Litti ,le tII r Min Plosd Condtlnilos on
: r' /*'l r M IIl pp. l "
One re New Orlemn; April l8-'-.The river
Sure". up Aten th of a foot In 24 hours,
igneiB~t itweto exactly 20 feet today. ,
) Ptg;..port a.0bove :ae generally
o 1 cf lit ddcineoa MvAce16w6 x #roA -Hot-
SliHfe look say thbt.withatall of'Iteoet
wer wi':t eeae to 'dow through: the
fewt0 Sit' tihat ipoltit. The ,, '. an4
With. rosttil maiia. to k0' itsl :train
*t$mloY*4 ia rtoptk9 00 rIdges a"d
S,0kt the Taath ew"p showis thAt
t o iow a or"toelyW e eed:e the out.
$oihM The *eter Il enswlachint on
of te ,allulati, but all I n.
ely ,aoa wIoth tIt wonshtF, hr
1 W'v cr.vase. .o. 'work be
i ,w h at yeI he ewa brother
he had.4 hav t the eves and express.


frMtlcRd to tell her tar o i the :,fs ":,
fc litrpto o x
.e.b o them ofrohatlon 'jkhepaper o.**hee Canhot Be .uned
ble if h!,had to les a y 4wi; hete i; on~ v ie way .o hure deaf.
a.. ,, o .. o .r ,, O o ear,

Op re a lth strikes l p A.. ltte i eo the n*o.
r th e Iwt a4.Al tl o *M 1 Tou :When
WNtk becans tdl~tv* th'iS -tsa*94you have a rum-



too a \ oao v a
pro ,rty whilhboWft"I
^d^0poliA hvve been e, 040 y^I~iUiti ste-




,in4t


:READ..r LE S



A 'ull Assortme t, i"TUhn
his Lates1t Patterns.

WATER COLES
FRTEEERS, and All
Spring and Summer
$p0cUSItiles.
BAIRD HARDWARE COMPANY



A:gEWARD
It offered for the return of an hour lost,
set with 00 pearls, each pearl set with
M60 dianmods. Young man, have you
ever calculated how many of these val-
uable gems you have lost in the last
month-the last year? Don't while
your time away, but attend


GARRETT'S SCHOOL
OF PE1MANSi4* IP
and take my word for ii-y-ou will havw
no regret c0mnng to you. Day ani
night classes. COme and let's talk th4
matter over. .
W. P. GARRETT,
Rooms 2-11- Miller Law Exchange
GAINESVILLE. FLA.

Planters and Growers of Long

Staple Sea Island Cottom will fian

it to their interest to communi

cate with TfI CAM -N AM

ARXKLEY COMPANY, Charles


ton, S. C.


WM. AN DERSON

C n Fact0r fr lectril Wirig,
t ltr Belts a Burglar Alums

lle 11r0c Light Wiring a t'pecialty
All work guaranteed in aceordahci
withthh Skntt l0 tern Tarifft A&%ss'n.
Lqave ordo *i tt IVaits'1 Bioyep Storf
or th omaa' Uardware and'Seetd stores
GtablAT1i, 714. ...

XiODAk1mSAnd
KODAAK SUPPLIES.
; reei-e4; an a IOrttinent l'a4t
inm Ko1akLF ilmns and other supplies.
r ,!eln 6tma at reasonable pri(kc

CYCLES AND SUPPLIES.
,W ait..


1..A.R..tA..Y



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LLCOMPA N

D I STI LLE-RSi

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PLANTER RYE
PEDIGREE AND
JACK POT RYE


SOLE DISTRIBUTOR


J. J. WILLIAELMS
GAINESVILLE. FLA.L


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Air Line Railway. ,
SCUmDULE EmUCTITU JANUARY 11. 190.
27 I t' T'I !J SaOVTHMN.P DIVISION I 66 l I 08
9 10 v ......... ..JawkuoiId.e............. Ar 0 a 45 p
44 jp a 4 25p
11' 40a.106...................... 1.. .. .5.
...l.O.. O...p 4 op ... ..:..Wa ,.......... ... .... 80 .
0 6' p r........ '- I GA1NESV LLE b............. V i I i a 1 W p
..............v ............. ed"r .........L.... 3r5 I a -.
S l....... a I ............ r ...........l.......ky ...
2 .. .... I . e .. ........ .. .... .......22'
....p.1...0a....... I.......... .................... ..... I.. 4281 lJ ip
P ............. W nd .
4 14 p 4 1 a DadeN ............2 2....... '1) P
is o... : :: ... .. . ...............
7 0 p i 12 aI. .... '.. .........p. l .D O.iy..... i 28 P 0 1' '
S-.... .' A 'Mnatee.............. ...... 8'B 7 l"
'6 46 "... ..........,l ...................... ,.,.. ". s 0, I .
NORTH AND EAST 5I 6 WE'ST A N'""'
Lv Jaokso ville... ...... 9 )A 7Wop1 1 2 vJacksonv e........ 01 9
tA r ... ... .....I. I'I -t2 W"
Ar ,rnwok 0o 1 Ar,.Lake.City.,.
r i ...... A r o n ... ... .. ,. 11
ArWv onat .. 1 t pirll bo Arfa.in. ................... ." .5p P
.Ar altr o. .... o so..n...... .4.ta ... ... r ntt eeor...o. 5 p
Ar.enll n ... .. i lop 2 20 a. Ar Ta laba ....... ,: ., 8 601 P
Ar Co. imblat................. o a4 0 I Aar incy 4 T p
Ar (amd" .............. a )P 14 a Ar tiverJunction ,. .....t.P
Ar-- l ..... ...... .... 5p S06a Ii i ArP en\ola" .,,h*.v
Ar 'V'lllkttigtoi .. '.....11 M ... ... Ar. O.blie.... ..a.



Art Poutlarn Pinesi. 11 t1 6a I osed enAr New Orlean.d p..-t.
A r aleigh. ............ ..... w- -----r.-Ob o.|... r
Ar Portsumouth ... ......I.. I cocaacaiksonville.......... -
Ar a>lchaiiond, a u e r........." o' .... l an.n ..... r .. .' in ..
)Ar on. s . 30..r x ...... .o .e0t4on a ..










d fot a ;eez
Ar 1hilldel hl I' p At Loni ..
Ar Ne Vork ............. .p ia .
(1"" unvcLiois forI'Malnt,, iatee a d 0netdo on.57,
" fronl (iitine 'vilh, .v nd turdaS
Train 34.e a), --vt- N" 'ark Ilmited. daily; solid et'bLed trail
AuguQstin(ani il t Nw York composed etli i and -1111-'
date Pullhnai equipment as follows: Pullman diningearr'od % drawing r,3
scioiTUttg car, et.T24partnwie t car and ob .. r tio _car. .-
T 'rain N o. 5.o, -eAb ,rd Express, drawixmg r. .. Ppilli 4eeper b h ''
Jae..k "uvi a id a W ashi n gt on "s t'i:bU ed day coache; itrgijp 3aeksI' l' 'e
and Washingtol. via hichmoild. Vestibhtiett day coach n.acksoi.vil
and W ashiglitoIli. ('afe dining e|ar servij.e from Jarik <.Tra'in .6'
carries PtillmAtn b1uffet sleeping ears between Jacksonvie a Timpa. :
,No. i6, S ,boar. Mail, day eoehes, mail btga e
twe an Jaeksonvill and Washilgtoi, and drawing sae eltr4
teen Ji. ksonviite and Wash ingi, and drawing r sleep's lbe
tule6.11 aek, ,onville and New YAi7k.
N,4". 2'". Putlnan parlor ear, between lJaksonvine.
NO. 3K Connects at Starke fo'r l.aCros&, W AlaehuAq i1 Sri
intermediate points, and at Ar1ener with Early Birdd
N os. 2 rand 1. PullM an J IMIF-le f ler bet Iwe( l N. 'IO rt. ..s49 lov" i fle
"I' nerv for Key W-et and llavftaia [eave por .. Tue,. p
"fUi.d Thurdisdap, P11p.tn.t
.A.. 0, MACDONELL, An't".-..".:iw
E. C. EOBB, Ticket Agent. 4iineslen, ,I, -e


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A~ editor f a a. .l Wester..
p"ay recently *e s tbeat!,t
Skise by o ib of the mo
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$FlM0N$ WW ORAND
IVt Tkoly TrinityIJilS t sk*'
elic and Kavanarah ioth at
lhas Especially :lne, with En.
.Music. :
ervioes at thpe Qburch of tb
1Wtinity were attoAt le y oroy -
gregations.-
the 10 :0 m 'mo( ; i
Commandery e 1, ta Ten-
.ttanded io a o a e tb.r"
oer the hdioitrei tr Jap hn
w ho, -wit1h Ibe' had '

re midoe:t a thw rW. or ai Moslt
Iat t *i atio and i n mIa Ii;*1esItd
7-,as1*4 ,e. 'b y Jo es,+ DIrVn

ti rd, an the e ton
nre41t4 to M(re Gr'ly -and all-
bers of thechol!, espial0
,otitiona of or, f "4ataier's-: great
-t,"rThe ohorister boys appeared
i toiadvantge ,peEally in thele
SOfi thIe Tebeat.e
ett ee at St. Patrick's
~ +kheuroh were alB unusually,
sal. The 'h *ih was liNtrally
B4with 1.we,, arrange4 In ther
iarti.ta deaigne The services
i:dadlt.ed h to "v. Father. On-
hsee of ,iostone, of of thhe most
piy t 4divitne in the Eu.st. Thee mu-
4was. also fine, being appropriate to
S ethodiast', h.ot6 was most
|e emyapdeinst -lec e"orated
lrten-s ap&d whits.le dplants,
oeqtrme, m, et o
rhe large audience, roui0 was coman
Olete filled with worthipers. the
hoir covered Iltself with joy, render.
Ssorte. of the finest music ever sung
l|tielty.hk -
voluinitaryI collection wa iaken for
V gexieralbeevolevoIOcew ordered by
kBirinnual conferione, m nwithig to:
1ev. J. 3. arpenter olfficiated, at


|The Presbyterian .and Baptist
haurhes observed the day fittingly
e pastorS0 rendering eloquent and
atbhing sermons.
,''.:'~' w' t ' l li at *,* Nnme *
ii-eo uponi a timeu there was a credit-
O! to a l:tlImr, amount whose debtor con-
intly irCeusei pnymetit. The creditor
afle .tiUa tl-eIt aud n tCter invest aie found rbat" thli debtor lived- In a
ttr house than he did, dressed bet-
, clothed his wife i ::lsUs, satins and
'C and sIpert d lor. spent cents.' Tiheit he was
I *ll site te wealthy:tdebtof,. i
"and collect What is-owing ie.n".
*a brought sult anddsiclo0ed i" large
ant of valuable property; but, atl,
be all in the name of the debtor's
eatad ie got not a single ceant.
.a.-iftere Is often a great deew i,.
-N.ew York ariad
i A. Lov Lt *er-
old iaiot'Interst .yoi .f ?our40

or pia. Otto od, ofPon ,

p, writes of buntane idt w tl
t;ora yenar but o la tt* tc~ t
ve Wo U earth. 26e at aU 4dr tt4.te*
:"0tan co* wots I .
bt practicat Chinee bc .Mpte l^*
piC tvh of obtaining he

it j kep)t Intatl t: :te bwats o
i .eendeuutr oi the sin- branem
fatity the aons of *atrnipt are
ted. The. OltIO preflt. tiltlem'ie -
a+rryinig *oC -wi t :

I I think thcaption of this
iy t-h of t1e mast Bnrsoab)

BWttcuw-Utt Ia '2 Deelli of thi


Sntiak 'e :th ilIe
Bl5^1! *:<* i 0W^ .,aSl


A*o',e J. h (a4


l i aX tof U tN .a ion,.,.,
O at hs depariore SWnt.oo





0tive, fr 'p,4 on' w ho' a... 'l
t ,,He*Was fordsomaom*.
itor, oliiositione prof the -,e'



4twthid retingeaIthe fart-en thi th
1~ e isa pothat"ised of arrived b at ge
at obligIng nature, and had otte'
A n l aier s o friends hnotret definitely
.e (pdeakia of his acftior .Mplans, .lr. WIt, ,
ilfa eon stated a, po the position Wa ro
gi onea, bLet that the erte waus tooll
i;toive fe r a person who had been
oonsttned to the excitement of
travel. He was for sometime itn
iservie of the ctimpAny as traveling so.
llitor,e Whedh position he preferred,,
^Otwitilstandihg the fatet that gug
:sas not connected with the posltion.
1ht 'prestige that' is carried by as
IMa lliam',son has not yet definitely

decided aB to his yonre plans, but rwsy
$For 0Over sixty YVeae
Mrs. Wiualow'B $ooshing tyrnp has

lt the best remedy fordiarrhoea, 'twe'is
y.five. cents a bettle.m .old by all drug1,
gists throughout the world. ",:.: i"
PASSED ANVATFiiKE L.AW, ,

S 1.,Prent La bor 'Troubles.
tfhe H-a-gwe. Aprai- 13-At the srgpta4
ait0" of (A the. rt thae.- o$.
Net, errland. parliament today-the atiI
strike Dials previousBly adopted by the.
: second chamber,, Wee Dpas ed .unant
S'moub sly. +. + ", ' '^
o The Queen Wilbelm~a, hnzzediasl i
sanctirnad the uati!^ ** bills, wlbit
Thj Shilt t iietaas at*4d4 arms 4
''t/:8~tf^ i^ >^;:


Is an :hered4try diseaa, and one0for:
wllih a tainted ancestry or blood poieon-
ed parentage iS responsible. It i4e tr onitted thutoueh tae blood and i$owt
itself ih swellig anttd illceration of tIe
glands ofo the Aftne rit aofth r head,

.trrngWl and d t.Im ete a1e~ t
ones md"jiate -ltbto g white alw;r
eling, btp deie adefrth
b 8.4.edset bloodf ins1 f,
kid. e tsee the etff.tet fatide latlt
blood talnt every day, but ,cist in. 4o
wanly forms tatoften iit pa? STLr aotie.,
thing elseand is treated atanothirdleai
- 6srofula robs thte blood of i unutltriv
qualites, and it becomes too ,oi to *O.
duce healthy growth ,..,
and dovelo~pMent, apd: THE IF

thlh 1a4ed bt d t 4, ft o
and. lidthw boyodfr A


ly a.catnste tutlbeoala det, at. _
Eg Y Ot Ato. ANCEl T -R



then ri61cwl, &w d da z be



A Pt aOiate dagr .
11yw s iiatwe & slgtti 0 of'c drogio fc
: 0*0 bee.of e'"amc:geh iry,-O. W
D W I ( Oy 'S2ICb









I'$i





7- ';*t ~" ^ 'tlc !B w ( ;:;l ^ 1' 4


"cts o
over; cures dhiip
and Fever, and every formf
Malarial, Bilious, Remitting and t1ntc
Sitting Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the
trouble, works permanent cure.
SPIFITY CENTS P1R BOTTLE

~' Sale by Johnson Bros., G0ainesville
- -"w. '


S~ T7^ ,WHITE'S CREAM
vO^ RMS VERMIFFUCE'


is Was AM .Leia Gri iS A llo.R s e
Pvfpsve4 by~w LAMBS r. ALLARD Sts L LOW


. ?. $Sale by Johnson Bros., Gainesville


4' 4. **
Ill Ili' 1101 1 1 i ll 1101;'
41


I


.A . . a A a k


SPRING ANNNCENT L


I"::.... ....... El L .


CloQthier and Furnisher

Has just returned from the North~e'n
1narkets, and am showing a magnif-
0oet stOck of goods of the latest pro-
duotion of Fashion's centers. Every-
thingew up-to-date, stylish and rea-
oDa le iii price.


T'o demonstrate the
Ibuyiig -a-this store;, We
of Laspectio....

Schlos,
| ,!^
r .*'***":f /' *. * "'
i JfV


SI


economy of
elicit a vilvti


s Bros.'
I I1 *


t lne u 0ionmng



S iier suit

1,.
S I .. :The value of this tai-

Sloing has been well
tested in th past, and this season a,
better than ever.
N- W HOSIERY, TIES, UNDERl-
.WEAR. he famous HOWARD Hat
i. straw lrd felt. PANAM A Itas,
fine quality. Stacy Adams' elegant
Shoes. -11 ywood matchless low qua -
tr Tho estqualities always- aInd
lowest prices. .

LA- AMALi A ALiA A


L-^ ,.."^.:' -^


DSOR .HOTEL
.'.-.-. ^... ~ ~ ~ ~ -i.--;^ ::^ ,*;___^


Jaoksonvillea Finest
And

F+m|^N fwt


w ":, -.^- : ': .,
SI-^^


I*' :. '


ThO frwat
."" n" ,ews
..oo ha.o,
buywaj


4


A


wAx,
LlWOOLU
FtYo


Hilhea~t Milrketl


411st
1VASNNAH'



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.M", (I
woo' \'*'.^^fR^


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9 ewa


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Ii i ,,*ed. ,: '",*.:"
an



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Ph


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NOTOD FOR SWERITNESS A
TY OF TNu, POWR RIWa


Uost pi ano for hl tryl lit e. sat
P tune lo t 4h ootn ge t t*est uoicdote j
befit w sater wlaitis. 6 ot A. tisAt4to
wor s 4eelp o9DAr -r
T'ltrety **:*e ; l i"''r



S.Sold by etnuooly f-
OVER T7IR3Y-TWO YBA~ *
without a lOnefalo tivo It y10Vl
want a ptw.io .for a. 0,n.5s


vprtoe. as low D. 60Q a ,tit it iu.'lt
Ctwh or on otter terwi.* semOtn .s s'r. i
tro., 6JWIMay tet *S .




--
**N*, -Ct


tudden & Bat#U
"Southeron IuIol
SAVANNATh .
JOHN D. MURPHY" Mv .




Farmlugliplene,

Nalls, Iron, WtI, Pipe:,
tings, Belting, Packi8gt

B Ought II COur iLots. Sild] i
( ltx ity "i!:
-...
44et One. of Onr (AlIO

Baird 'Har .


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Spring


" .Dr;ess F abr-ics


Since last week hundredi
of ladies who know a" n
appreciate. quality ,and
damtiness in spring ania
summer Dres Goods have
visited our tore. Their
verdict has been unauni
mousI that our stock is
the most varied and best
selected ever shown in
the city. We have all the
new things in White
Goods, Lawns, Organdies,
Dimities, Mulls, Swiss,
etc. Call to see us.



G.W.HYDE


) '!


ianxa ana
est~aing


flO N5,.\,,\ *"'* ":'','
-d AvoW8




t*
ad? :.; ^ ,';;;,
gady ^A


&h d4


~y or
~ Cl
a an4
bonn ii


osre oe son senMsla
e, gnd Were he4 0l
ds )' wa *a t-ypcaul ol
forenoon aend &e b
*rship presented a 3
the handsmeamoEastei
Ladies atracting eq
B as the best
high ado'ned each a
aos, while a
Spring to
earls), and


T IM!.6 ......Atr- $t v
on#$d oin the v44i an od UI tAis weathy
* o se e r**;z t moik, fster enu
l fell sut of the ranks to
, t1*e r1 caX1e up, a*4

?e may gve&a ;11ellotrope, and not a
:e- ,'rg^Nplat,^ mauch.3water-as youp
j : eanitm and tlhlk you are giv-
S ht require. Your plant will
aXf I jake a gorous and healthy
Wt bAeaule ot 'hot moslat enough
S iroot u i*Oe it, and you will
-the 0*4 l have extracted
tooe Ao,:te iPoet .whoby. If not
tpo ~t t e, some of the'
I UO 9d : kiplicat root ae lonured,
it taes o a diseased con-
ighi, trom 1,;thch it often never re-
^coetsDfo not t4 the dea that tthe
4 "ibto whh beliot pes ",
bkept w '#N*ot at all. But
teqirei oe moist-ure than
iatly jianits beca4u. i extracts more
i tra the sp, 0` r should be,
\ oeft*ir ,to eptb*p. soil .in the


A sory .4 of a rstc who. after
too4 t sepl, ll *1eep; by the

T~d go h ace and proceeded
00"i'04 I! ytibut pleas-
i *i6t.lle a few nmxosquitoea
e ati( to add their torture to that
-t co e:, the man woke
h Atr epeted Mtacks by the cow-
Ss? lvawly trtiod to hrufb
ti6^.t'i apay. -Itritilt alo:.ng came a big
IWeap and tt '41timb on the nose.
Saw. tr that you cma ill ~get off," he

;:^ g PW..P ..rof . n.
D*ne believe tlat te's fork was tn
; f avv^ .oa. earl y a the
*,.W* vha l. .y, were their use
*e fItl t* lost :sht of
f i'q t~p tbegnalo of the 2 even.
It~e6thtato. wbei't :wa either dl-a.
t04e 'AAltot.- wV Old ani other antt,
qOat$pou hol ,to te eAI 4er date, be-
e a' i tone ves cotainlng coimn
agea some Iron fork.



"AftV f ilittMre. MM


'ss to
F. ~~aNM A

' t '*th 't j e


ineYille & Gulf a
.THiE FRUIT & VEGETABLE
Tm TFLOI IDiPA,
Time Table inar


STATIONS.


....

In?~j..
*.^- ,* :


No, 5,
:. Daily
ly. Exc'ot
Sun


L v P LVPM Lv AM Ar. P M A PM ArPM
7 45 .... ....... ...........Par eld .... .... 600
7 55 ..rv e.............. ...... .... ... 50
8 00 .... .... ..... ..Dungarvan ....... 45
8 05 .............. ..dout de...... .... .. 40
8 10 ...***.. ...... ckman........ ........ .. .. 55
8 ........ .........Lake imoaton...... ........ 80
8 ....a............coma. ............... 512
S45 ..... ............ Kirkwood............ .. .. 505
S ......................... .......... ......... ..... .. 00
8 5 ........ ............ lw oo ........ .. .......455
9 0 a....... ..... .... Wacahoota...... .. ..... 445
9 15 ..-........* ........Rocky Point ........ ., 480
9 4 A ..... .
1000 L 6 80L 6 180 ** *** nlbi-e....... 10 A 800
611 .86 6 *5...Bellamy....... 540 230
.... A, 230
20 7 710 ...........yri....... 880 15
1220 7 8 I.........Graham. ......2 17 130
124 80 8Ar 7 .....Sampson city ..... 8 110
S10 82 80 .LakeButler,0 48 F."t
..o-..... ..100 Jacksonville, J. W. 6
9. "0 88 _...L'akeOtty, G 8 & F .'
10 86 P .....TallahasseeF &4. 8 '.....
... 11 20 11 a .....Valdosta, G. S. 520
.......850 a 410p Maon,G.. & 11
7 N26 88008. 4
4 k r ........Atlanta, C of G a... .. 8 W. [ ..
Trains 3 and 4 will not run between Galnesville and Fao41 i unoa's
L. E. BARKER, General Superintende :t.
J.F. HILL, Agent. JAS. U. GBAHAM dent.

a' JAS3M.0G-E 1889.

H D F DUUTTON &NCO
COTTON .DEPARTMENT
GAINESVILLE -

FOR SEA ISLAXr COTTON
In Seed or Lint, Large or Stuall Qua
Advances made. Warehouse cha i
made by letter or wire. rges :ier
ence solicited.




I CCIDEN Ia Ia


AND BT'8 COl


INSURANO1


PORTER BLOCK


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it the Puil
that be




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ad" 4 oa,
.)t'he i^. t V >',lt ue. h: s
e a s1~-. a ,i. ,.






a3oVr w .,.i. lne e i
J. Opapere Nnpal W kI At 0






T 6 f ioa-it e A .ispatiehle
arC. vahe tntose.d Wh IW







Oettnt 'Oute nt o ri4
e t e bet-AV.r.. tore phoe

ID P, W IT"MlIS' AK. C




4144Ammitn*I I d .iforkAl ',l.i-




""orb, April 1o rs.r! yllon,.i."
C onki bae ta1d o 'Vandevrlta












T 'tle tri tort Whiletthet t a





Lo -a t esond'en.N < pn' :i.i
f th e t ': be h p ot


a(TGoNDWITSo h.l .lGAL e.
^ -onnet io6 as grea'er ita e'
P fe f i.~watky u d
y Mr. lwadt toh .oratdou inIttl .










S mton4bA tiOrrena. p i4t 'i, i
.;hei Hil..ttea rotary to theo
piuadswho ht# eTespd be9eu








I t5 innepttion. P 4 i rMF wh it
1ayndised to mate ttlfl ado l*i o
[iei ad bonas ef a htre eti the cone
Te ;ppline natomier pu been
Sreutgnna tl rn. Mr. baBourchpel,
he Truth: Whilst they eat
4 lumia, hoaf, they should eschew 41-






^rt.. sE.i e..o ex ; happen, Jtd p
*Wo, od. of .e *'i. ...*
a thou at tde aa Matte



mett vw oif. 'I< .i
Isps e*ttincwttitie te ws
ent nttpplte to maetet pliwHberm


-A4e 0ilt whov t .~ t -'i
"V kno ^ ,3riilI
l~o'- InQ t ~ti


", t' 'W
I t rmno' ,tr 1or .tohe ttoa
,t '. o'I$ o Ma cor 'oteir,






The United states wrsND Adti
^ r aente'. s -j. .
o wiato by the': Dominiaci wa^ ':} i^"

GQo'ge Hfl., a Metgro who killwh .
a wman, in the liadtht e.n pa t
anu tya l hewas .' Aed at 0 Mei4a
he Amerlesa toA at -oP,
0'aim that the Colomblan goveartiwzt
has* beqQ aeisg t0,ie zrv3rty of qM.
Ueas8of the Ue it, Sthate it.
The MisMeeippt ntat'ur^ t cmni
W- op e, atr olak1eb1.. ye.ta4ndy,
K 8enator Money *nd Governor I agnoi
oeetng in thelu efir t detbat. lj
Btos mprv.w ,enta wjll be .:.adeef
e1 in the servt Q4. th -.
dawitehboaer. will by Ita led.
Stetay n P. "yers, of the .o
'n"t' Cponalere~p oyr n.f -theritpeas

toott room t ee.y '
r P n'Aletea., ., .--' .
Gerge a w. s ll pro toilepare to l
lino'rse liin mber. freight rate .toA
once in the circuit coui.t of tl.heatt
STe explosiOl of tie 1...4neh "t6 ci
the towa was .catlse4 by a dftetnw y
fuse, I43$ battleship was ao bsabl
damaged that she will go out of cotn
A peironaIl ootiator in the superoiv
co"irt room between, AttWney "i .
Roser and Judge Thorpaon, atnlat
Poit Siutcl e,, wIere A le.y ave rte
at Atlanta. ,
'----'Ar nt^ h are *tebra 940
the Metrbpo itht elub, of Waitlagton
whith t eceWtly rejected Gener. **r
bin, a.re so indigitnt tbiM th e threat
'en t leave i fa bOdy. .
*Mis. Julisa oe, of VaVldosta, has W
fdr Sitk,, MAlvask, where ebe la to wedt
a'hane sibe has,'ne,'ver .ee The *,00
mile journey arnng. tbhroge.. a'

Mo eys fney Cur e


~uI~e k.direfr'wa>

S..WAlLA e'S



---



Z" ' 11 .' '-: ': "' : "
**
Or' vlox:!. ^


,^pe who hav
ntber when
L It Is a scleon
' Of heart dla'..
di ot result Of
..ken Into the
i.Prfect dligK*.
i the stomach
n heart. ThaL,
ll'"-Of the heixt,. :
iri4that dollcat
i. diseased.



to Ead
0 !nn n 1. yis ,-
id would dia~r
taille and I
t r eVf. Afti
stlon, dyplpga
roer, and Ugv.".
i and untrn, ,

don a ti
Mlfor 500.


I


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No. 40 Noxw Nom a Jic I*hhRTPl ^
7repI20 43 a' LV. 44
12 26~ 4 3D i2Mb Lvy 'i
Om it Is W "55w p M4 ,S.t0'0 (.. '.
*..12. 0 x .-, .. A r i.......... Ti..o' "o1 243,, .4


S .,, 10 T .u43 Ar.NN

I fl p It 4 38 1)aM Ar. ra vne..., .,..,.... ,,. a, .v1
4 1 f p l 6O i 7 < 8 6 A r L Q b 3 a u r <;t i, V t . .. S Q ^ ^ . . p
2-4 ii I *% 11'12 At% Ailldij o. 11
a1 8 ,4i 118 2 A|. PhUa~thWt, ta.. ..,


No. n1 r 8l a -",Thd 1 t ic
roo oTpartr neit. ohb. oi l ttb.. l -obervati1n and GIsVt Ow twijS -
N^ewv Vork. Arril- J dal X ''!etlt Ma.nl iavettvwdiM l. Meli 1 j ,'
No i33 atId, it-- 'Now York oi .l i ld. l. pr.w, ii


xo at) Through Ahe Lano
l oui l .. -..... .... ....
Wt. Ar. .... ....... Ud SPlAMrAOh.N ,O .i' .i


C....100at10 <
81 0 a Ar. e. a.
0 j JOh8o2i Ar.thI a : .:::;:: .*.-.... *:, I


7% A ..... ..... .r.. .... ito
. 3L1 Ar... L. ................., ...#1iut a .o ",,. A ^I u j .



( t p Ar. Le Ina. .. .. ... ... .....
13 Ar. CVaa,.
3 0o a l A i, M ati >(..-a .... .. ...... ..... ,'' . ._... _
,0 10 6t9 ) Ar. At l6nit, 0 A .......... .....; .... .... ... .,;.. ,.,, .
,, 7r,.iljm e t >,,.. ..... .... . ... ... . ;..... .. *
5 4 a ;M Ar,Dtaiton, tt.... ... ... ... ... .A.... ....... , .... '
A t 5l.. ,Im t ono, uu, ....... .. ......... ,,... .. ........


00 i 7M a A01r. G,-o........ ...P n -. L.Ia
A &K 84 1 l., lt :it>.i o. : : A I pLone ..... .. -. _
So At. 048 p Lv. Ciunotn tII0, Ohlo ........0, *l. t Co.L-M ,, ...4.. ,. ,
itiiiriltltfaL^u U op 6t t-" a Ar, '.Toledo, Ohi...... .., ,,..,, ,..L*. .u
i AND 710 a r. etro l , o.........

'3s1 ufl1f a
p'too o" n 4 ^ p 048 1 Lv.
Ar.j i)0 0 u 4......
.i AoA, wll o MO 1 A..$lbv li l Q *i,, ,.y..u.. ........... .. i
a!] lt wiltu^l 80 ii A 0 LoUl MO,, .....;,..... ........ ; l ,
30, O r 9 1' I.4 *'? 8 l Ea L v. I- ltna ton, I(y ... .. It. y ; ...-.. ....... . A ,
4 a a t 3. it 1 86 .
Sr .r 8 7, Ar. Sot uv.Il t ,. .. . ...... .. .....
95 .a v. i L aL 10
pa4 .....h T T .4 W tr i o a o .i l.. ......... e.., ",L' ., .4.,..
O 4 1 It ....... .! andL Chtoatot .ndad in 0au) ... a..y
We, t.he uuder4igner, hereby agree nGtw oi rom ~,, i r I t)oar < o,v U. o vl,,ar Jii d, to le .,1vit .ti .r
to Otpay $1,(O O fOtu nyo a a nd r ~a nnsvkYa lit-111 irJ1 arv oboarvoitot iplar to uult'vllt i tllt-oo&MtM thlW4O0ih
^y l tohtt~itO0 I, D O tett U Aw TPti iy, W,1O, t .0
paihr who oan show, .by Bimiite tt, Pauimn eel o, r Dto
;ltsimtiar tet!, I [ Iiig tNO"'t.
any p,.int ettn.dln gup 1i2 ty 31I0 i Not, 1S.and 14 *40 1rtorh4! I~uulwklt t~old vo1Ibul0 train. t'ibhn P i l
rf er p. rsterto l Ibtt t ea. 4 t wo


-.QW ,IT i2 M.4 44 pI 1w. -So,. ..........
.,e garant.e 0 GRAP .I' : P -.'LAL o
TI paint to contain io ti r, roriln, ta 8t4 3IX IVr ", ....... ..... t
phallti rt or any of tlhe rprodufilots of ,11 5 ^1 r. ^ ar, ori, ^ ., ....A............ ..... : I
636 4l Ar, ltlailalrirhaa45i, Alim ,- - - - -Iv. 4
otroleum, and when pped to any t,, A. r Mai, lTef Uv o .......... I
iurfaoe according to o r directions to Ar i n it('y, M'o .. v.
wear ptor, ectly for a pe0110 of flvoe ,:: 3 :';':. 8 .Lv. Meapiia.Teain ............... ... .. .-.
p t rs, and we agree to rufai)tilh free of) (a )f. it .!rl ,Ar.k.,.... : .... ..... ...,. .3 4 l
charg U, ait paint he. voe.srultr.. Nro0pan. Not'. Ia4 1-.. a'bo 'orfia lAU a ,,td" lnalra wlt,,a l'wio a m.lar utult r :ws bt
any.'airfaue where It hasl proved doe- iaing cArl. App y to iy lt Ag," fot r RIe"S.rv.ttion. ....
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sr'al.ponth:s pleaantly in thi
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St' ofheb firm i6f 8tringtellow
Bas ga ijg hli o14 friends in
* yesterday,, tlre was fo inmany
pro'bo.nei and a 'ocst lc busi-
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Arxow- returned ye.-
isoznrt'i-e,'hale hed
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^ 1*|f lt | Misy 1, $yrd, whose husband
h winter, is tib o ;f t oe B o

0 r4Ar the guest ct apt, and
ri it iEl itl s, Mrs. yd w l go
boyhI tQti'Vto Jacisonville, who h will
'sKiiJ uIr ial4kis ia betheire .a ndt home.
:.,s ea.e o H Baltimore, theS
o t 0~ ta 6-e 4'ru clever reprteotaive of tie fe o amous
ag ou.r-".o oaish'#,. | Wr etis $le,,i( At gh the Brwi, Th narrowed



Ilu wil ty ^eb. 61, +a been a regular vmstc.
....'... o5 ... . t r sAT,, l 6 0 0rN, attnd,
h .0ai & -.# dtft har the wIiods hemfwho re halw ay
S "T' 0:ylaAnd ro Walnota wi )ad4o t oio r
lolaprntanoey ofi the WR ohn thbr Hieth uSeri nghs-

0,t^4 0i^4ga 0 trai4, The narrow

Mr. and o'^imt W r- I ttit-ls the F+,m lori.So n 1-o rne
.preclatio of the kInda 's ( ars5 hase been aslsiged
id cement. L:L. and W. lB. Phisrn
plates,' a ^d II, as onst1a yerday 4om (litre, where they hate


$'he Woman'ts 1ortign Wsetouis' lW*1 $'qteign Mlinsiopay 8ooiety
0)qety of Ith1 etalt chmr'h wit the methodist ohutch. They report
h l: D o',clool. Other prsixnt a k taem haing spent a couple of weeks
+1. f Ul attBun4anui at e m.ebn t *tat 6 6s1t Coast on their bridal
El ToKra Delia Sal^ga sl are the *rr 0oodnatwo W. D. Williams' and
istorto Hican elS e Yee~ t a o pleisantly locat'l at
ikecentla i e 111. in 'ligh Spripns,
i ;erybod "Mr. th .* p .he ," n -he onr



S olae. Captain Wiilliam
:ry anid Mrs. I' k. Maina6n and k hi. rn, the Atlantie
ldren of Newb~wy ery ,l^ito o (,e*ebtwee tiA Springs and
lie and Mrst H. &. Fod ilr Atis cty ael whei b 'mlook agatn
aggy. Mr. Muta Ii 4 1e0t f nhgatnMbt
.rry .....:..~ a i...l. .igh .ool and First
bert Pinkoson, after a'b. b..t *Waldo a at Waldo $atrday tha
gq"tant via* t to relatives at )tfeaneop Q, wds opily, the sopre be-
ied to stha (Ity. Mr 'lipthg fautet4 lsz in favor o'. theL
t rettwt to Jaon iK ^ WO O aes wa'sWt

asachman }n Sid on bth td-4, but the Gainet-
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arrangep whaon you
Jatge for l yo urse
tohe prto of.edm'ir o
lr0t crowdIs.. expected
e' sale at, Miller. I A

SWalks Without C
Swas mruggch af Only e
writes Ed. 0. NudTIowE
o,legan., "groal abor
and suffering a deal of
UO4The prog am als beei
th relevertand me. I
bplle. .t.. y the Sarya
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recently pur- wme M eafly as possible, and it is to! on application.
4 removed th be hoped that this delay will only be
are the informa- of short duration, This sp At
led to ol the Beauty and Strength FAl- u Age.
ad that the ho- Are desirable. You are strong and TE 'UUAL L
opened bya big vigorous when your blood. iS pure, IIEM AL OLlFI
th i t_ Many-nay. mnost-wum.ti fail Co PANY OF to pr
a this stivity erly digest their food and so become t *AZD A. MC
r4toer will be pale, sallow, thin nd weak, while te r.
of the hand- brighthess, fre~ ness and 'autty of tl ir. wi aMn'
nd a "greattbig skin and corpTexio depart l'tndy K L- Ox.Mar.
Sthit1s imnjd)h san,, ,. t y iyat. il ouris -i, .;. E LAMnfi
Ig tl 4 'and taking a smtll dse of ...
s erbi after each meal to dige o pforfC
veiswill asual- 1o4have e "." "4.......b rt portunity for "ol
h rane .. ..w ...a. t ..e.. ....A normial for teache
ad ,i.Mg.l : Attenton,. Firemen. *t teachers preparatO
."TWe s All ml "Abt of Het en, a, r rm 'x'lilxati------o-n' i-
lf4 ei rlueTtdTo it-,t a rt tlt L coenne.t.d with the 8
Z. house nneonight A t at the ttW k at Institute. One of t
a ;4 oa is desired r, as buin'ck. At nfll normall instructors has
p' 'rtane will be bro ught efort the w.dse tgiinga .ol
P ,. .. eeting. N. E B ,x Fornna. l k> information. o
o ot Saved the Loved Ons ( I lo iesT
tat y '. :Mary A. V iet, Nwt siU yli
*, eshll Coio., wies. I ti.-ve Baikt; .T Phydsicia
tirehound Syrup is spe'por o" at. ofs ro Othatr. k -medeicr .,and wi I ,, o ncanob i
ithal, ettime fr itn all for prnreseribing .
I A ;- Sy little':girt s .e
1has no ine,,d for i' e Io.. brh '

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' Rill EASTER FESTIVITIES.
VoUng Folks Enjoy Egg Hunt and Rab W I
.; "bit Chase o, Lawn.
V ,- h rabbit, . .
.......... The Easter egg" hunt and rabbit ..
hase given on the vestry lawn of Holy :
6-We 01gel Triity church Monday- afternoon
e".'... proved most enjoyable function to JUST 5
the little tlks, a large number -of
0 o whom were present. NeW Lot E(E
10ve planterof -The entertainment was given under 15, 20, 285 (
was *noig thp the auspices of the Woman's Auxil-
terday. iary, and was conducted under the NeW Shirt W
if t0t1 n 4 personal direction of Mrs. Frank D.
i X" Warner, who is a great favorite among. Embroidero
the children -. l
n.nb.o a, f Notwithstanding that there were Or
Owens of ,a hidden 150 eggs of variegated Easter Novelty
3ainesville.ye colors, the young people, with that or Skirt ad
na the ifteon diligence and persistency which char- Wor Skrtan 4d ,
expects to re* acterizes them, discovered them all.
ee e The rabbit chase, whith was in- Stamp
r dulged inby theboys, proved a most Linen Waist
exciting event. There were no imita-
kth ne barbetions, but the real live rabbits import- Novelties in
the same.has ed direct from'the wilds of the ham-
on.. It is of motks, and the fun the boys had chas. Special Value
,is very hand ing them will not soon be forgotten. 10c GO
ly t the ap Three rabbits were turned out, all of
. This is now which were captured,.
p inthe State During the afternoon delicious ice
the Second Ad- crearn was served by the ladies for the
ressive services benefit of the new church fund, and a MRS. R V
le hall Sunday, neat sum was realized.
mp a d eliv e ring "- .. .
ratmprelveleatre A Prominent Minister Recommends
in ef. the morn- Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
phe: Lookwood Diarrhoea Remedy. FULL SUP
tle"gun,"i+ and R.ev.Frincis J. Davidson, pastor of
'idor and his t9e 8t- Matthew Baptist church and
president of the Third District Baptist
-- Asociation, 2731 Second St., New Or-
a Priest* leans, writes as follows: "I have ....... ..
0f- Wke,-ArT, red-Obhamber tase'oi .i, holera _
I suffered from and. Diarrhoea Remedy for cramps and
sulted a number pains in the stomach and found it ex- f T
ed. all orpts c.llent. It is in fact the best cramp
and colei remedy I have ever used.
relief. Then I Also several of my parishioners have
ro Bittersand ,ed it with equall y satisfactory S
4 of a disease' results." For sale by all druggists and
asp for twelve medlichie companies.
a reliable mnedi RIEV. DR. TAYLOR. JUST RE(
idney trQuble,
general debility, Will Give Series of Five Lectures on If you wants
Sguatranteed by Temperance Question Here. If yo11 t want
!0,. ,Rev. E. 0. Taylor, D. D., of Boston, limited quantit
AINMENT. Mass,, has been secured to give a PERFEGTI ING
course of five lectures in our city on PERFE"11O ll
ged and Mem. "American Citizenship," beginning ROCKY FORD
king Hard. Thursday night, April 16, at the
n arranged 6r, Baptist church, under the auspices of s8n.d in.your o0
i-. j t ek -the pa rs andW 0. C. U. ....
ail Wednedday Dr.' aylor i a specialist on the. sci- BEANS PEA
blushed in to-.. enflo-aspectof the alcohol question,
upon whlih he has achieved both na. eto, New Seed,
I shape and 'is tional and international distinction as
re the public, a lecturer and text-book author. He
better program has been a special lecturer to some of THE T. F.
u see it you can the leading universities of the North HARDWAF
an this subjeet and is ranked by the
n is 25c, and'a pjess as among the foremost logicianH SEED CON
1. Tickets ar and4 platform orators in this country. GAINESVILLE,
over's, b u buy He has last completed a five-months'
h. tour of Tennessee, stirring that State
Srutches. from one end to the other. He is in S r
with atoa, 0Floridato fill a monthof engagements. A Shrewd
w~ite sciatica It will be the opportunity of a life-
tavill on oretohedlk time to most of uts to hear the alcohol will be glad to k
an. I Wi n- question discussed by so competent a greatest accumul
Snow Liniment, man, and we bespeak for him large funds in the wor
used three o audiences. un e wor
het liniment I WORK HAS BEEN STOPPED. A young man
mended it to a ---- beginning to acc
1 expree them- Delay Cau*ed by Failure of Contractor egnnn ac
'ab pert S m to Have Frames Ready. invest his savi
Labor On the Owing to the fact that the contract- interested in a
$1 at Johnson or has not completed the door and describes the in
window frames for the new municipal e the in
IOT6EL. building, now being erected. Brick The Mutual Li
~. Mason MeMahan, with his force, was Company of Nev
n at DQuWellon compelled to suspend work. r
the aTth. itasmuch as the work has begun on format 0n
this hItT from this building, it is desired to finish the "A Banker's Wil


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