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 24, 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 )
 Notes
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: VID01867
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 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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M rci 1nw u/ 1 I TO LOCATE SETTLERS.
mU..CLLuivYWILL -
.Atlantic Coast LiUne Offers One Way
H VE BIG TIME Rat" s to Ho"nmeekers
i: iThe Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
SConpany will participate in one wwy
tyourth Auiversary of settlers' rates from Ohio and Mssis-
i,- ofhat NobieOrdfer sppl:river gateways--Cincinnati, 0.,
So f That NobleOM er JLouisville, Ky., E8'ansville, Ind., Pa-
T GT ducah, Ky., Cairo, Il1., St. Louis, Mo1.,
IL BE CELEBRATED TONIGHT and points beyond; also in basing rates
from Memphis, Tenn. (tickets not to
ThIe Program Will Include Speeches be sold from Memphis proper), for
From a Number of the Leading Mem- points on and north of the lIne of the
bbers, and an Elaborate Spread Will be Frisco system (Me4iiphis to Kansas
Served to Odd Fellws and Guests. City), to the following points in Flor.
ida, Georgia,. North and South Car-
Center Lodge No. 11,4.-IO. 0. F., are olina aind Alabama located on tjiis


1 antticipating a big time tonight, the oc-
Iassion being the eighty-fourth anni-
versary of the founding of one of the
'greatest benevolent and fraternal
orders the world has ever known.
The program will comprise speeches
and talks from a number of the most
2 prominent members of the order in
the city, and there will also be a fine
spread and some choice music. While
the exercises will be entirely informal,
the speakers of the evening have been
'selected.
This will be the regular meeting
night of the order, but the occasion
has been given away to this social
function and Odd Fellows are request-
ed to attend and bring their wives,
sweethearts, daughters or lady friends.
Chronic Bronchitis Cured.
"For ten years I had chronic bron-
ehitis so bad that at times I could not
speak above a whisper," writes Mr.
Joseph Coffmnan, of Montmorenci, Ind.
"I tried all remedies available, but
4 with no success. Fortunately my em-
ployer suggested that I try Foley's
Honey and Tar, Its effect was almost
miraculous, and I amn now cured of tlie
disease. On my recommendation iany
People have used Foley's Honey and
Tar and always with satisfaction."
Sold by W. C. Wallice's drug store.
Dr Ira Ramera Chosen.
'r 'ashingtoln, A;.ril 23.-The Nation.
al' Acnade'i.y oI Sc;ir'ices today el(tek
Dr. Ira. Rcrnmsan, ITresidcnt of the Johb,:!
1'filled the position of foi'eign secretary
Yac. td il by Fir. Ri n)Fon,. by electitng
^440ln atmaon NowA-'omb, will, i tfl
rdlt. r r mnbers of thie
r..yi lre < t! .:l t in 'otl] rw : ,]
t~, 01' Ni. w f vert a l, Il Roa.
s tt :, .c .II. sIIh, Now laven,
Q C XVW luctott \Viapi: ..1.:tou WV.
S Halt riore i: Ce rg'e E.

ri' Herbine Cures
zid ague. A ldose will usuaIl-
htiill, ta co(intiinualee atilways
i e rs. m'n. M. Strotlid, IMlid-
STexas May 31, lR1li, writes :
yve ti'ed I lorbinei' iin n v r fa niily
t year.ns. antid fui il it Iht Ie lwst
tie we have everr tused for ia
itiomis fever and inalaria."
Johns on liro).

fo r a n,,f thI
l e y s anol r wooi i (-
p4e ri i n l the :ertlon of Meos
t & Stlkney. The type and ('c:a:.s
,.already here and a new improved
D is on the way.
P Too Great a Risk.
'~4.A. reliable rintedy for bowel coan1-
#lnts ,hotild always be kept at hand.
lie risk is tio great for arny ont.: to
take. Chanirltetin's Oilic, Cholera
alnd Diarrihoea Remedyl never fails arind
when redtimed wit it wter igs pleimsaait
eto take. For .-i:t by all drutggists and
mPedicine collt]i tin es.
Dreyfus Demands an Inquiry.
Paris. A.\t'll 2:'- l)rev'is has sent a


system, or to which the coripany forms
part of an authorized ticketing route,
at following rates under conditions
named:
Rate-One-hlilf of the standard ono-
way fare, liltis $2i. .
Dates of -.ale-March 3 and 17, 1903;
April 7 and 21, 1903; May 5 and 19,
1903 ; June 2 and 16, 1903 ; July 7 and
21, 1903; August 4 and 18, 1903; Sep-
tember I and 15, 1903; October 6 and
20, 1903; November 3 and 17, 19031.
Limit-i -Continuous passage.
Conditions-Contract anld each cou-
pon of tickets to be f ced "second-
clai.s, niot good in. parlor or sleeping
cars."
Ilere are sotsme of the staple crops of
the different sections of this territory :
All vegetobili and small fruits,
peaches, pears, grapes, figs, orantges,
pincepples, grapefruit, watermelons,
citrus stand othe r fruits, wheat, corn,
oats and otit er grains, tobacco, cotton,
peanuts, liny, rice.
The p1.olicy of the Atlantnic Coast Line
is to foster all developments along Its
line.
It claims that it is the greatest
trucking road in America, iand it pro-
vides every facility for getting fnrn,
garden and orchard products to the
northern markets iiin th hest possible
condition, in shortest time, and at low-
est rates.
In no part of the country is there a
graterin abiid nice of gnlirei'nd iftlih
thanll on this line
Northern farmers are invite 1 to
write for iniformn:'ion in detail -tbout,
the territory oC the Atlaiitic Coast
Line.
Vanderbilt Rutherford Marrlage.
P aris. April '..i.- tci. :..n (i ; l i
W illiam K. K nl,"rliiK a:n Mr,. ..,' .
ise M ] \t!l'. ,r ,irJ ir *,< .t w'c c nit.ihor!.
tative A. T ;. p, i' o t
a;liroach t.- Ti ii p. inm c-
of .vhat t i l, omilne
tI i t T' ie 'i hi thntl
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POIColeyJR 110oney asd Tar
*\..> colsfta. repeats onttenons,
Opportunity for Colored Teachers.
A normal for teacli ive teolherg prepaitritory t it.h Jlloe
ekalitnatior. Thil normal will ibe
connected with the Scientific Inliustlri-
al Ilnstitutite; (lii, of tihei, in it prolicint
normin l in triit(rtt .r sl himA betn i s-cired to
conduct this deanrtmernt for live
weeks, egin-ilnning Mondty, 2th, ii>t..
For iniformatiin tiddlreo ;Satuivi 'W.
'' Deltow, (inintv, ilh*, Fhlcidh'. (o28


Ilaine Brotlirs' Casi Mail Oder house,


'VA l1,io salo Iil i Iio 1 Dealer.s.


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B '. K 'y T 'i l lty.


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H'4 F. UTTON & CO.

COTTON DEPARTMENT.
GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA

HIGHEST "PRICE PAID FOR SEA ISLAITD COTTON
indl '-i o, r i .*Il, etl .fil.;. h% gnmtn i (i .ntimi iit i,
A divlitn .;i, 1 i W .--f a, r l,'nr. (1 ,r r i;'.t lflf ,
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letter to War M i:duter Andre demand. h
Ing an inquiry In r-.gard to the docv, N t Protect Your OraTge
ment in which it Is allege FnmDjpi-ror J sgg frni Cold? *--- --
William in a marginal note d<-'lared it. all thor r. ai vr'i.tad' rrtnt nit
ire'yfui had sit led documEnts tio r '.i. t- t iian; -'*nt tha l,A -r 1i T
Slit ii P or o t ..t iftt aIi iw itw .
(.*r rny. IY. t si. r ,it I int .nd hetIt. a l ,tii )l -lt .i' 'd
4 ,hki)i tFill lu e It mod ri. i* f tl 1 3 Ac1 d 141 n '
After La Grippe-W hhat? ltt ittl n fI-tt*i, hi h ta l it s ai d (,-i
low (one ( nBuie i' (.iti>ll r i ti u i t 4l t ^it -*: . .
L b- king emp gih invd a ;"*'"- ticlit ttl y sitt!c.," t.on i ' w
: c^ of weakn -' lrtn r f'*tk t's rttkai ,.k l I leti 'lt ii, . ti ii ft C)
: I retim l s ift- r'I to j t .i- ir he1 t, toit 4 ra f i +-n r t ,,t,- I isi i y. it twi t oat, t y-
fi i tPi)4.i" I to h wiiv ,e r ,.?- li th. d m. gut tier : r* re. ow hf! mti tof i .!t,.' .;1 :Ot ',..t;0P
l .', H and T (r wiv i"i' for tl e rf > o n hi xmetr e fo.r
poin, plnt. F',tt'y's ti ,n'y :utli '1'I yir tlhi Ti tas.or t kinwe r iott wl, t ,' t tit aSt"
i guaranteed so cur' tt' 'gripp. couigh'' i .... ar. .0,15 o ,rwwln r am ,1 ,*?,-,.nd 'r.. I FLORIDAu
aind rinke yi r It i ll o i > to O h i.l tInh I 'R, F O i RtI D
ti rne fai. to t lop a, c.sgh ift l .t t n ,t ,(.,illtS< BEST YEA
- ti me, T ke imo 8 ub iilt* t 1 i t. (., c. ,, htteiths, i< liutairitIfi tr-rar,: i to,, t, kl.:,,I
W allace 1w w n ti allt-biittit th. lie* a*nt aO. w st,
an n Pi" (f t,, ,WW DODGE & CULLENS
Firebugs at Anderi on. I t.is n rou wawe mo ke i o if .uIi w.ti-r-,. Ii .
.** it-atbi r m rfsiit is's 4 ar iy otuff ki tctn. co d-
Columimts. a . ., April 23.--- 're, sUp nitatit'n O r *t own m* i "e"d
posed to be of incendiary orliin, de- I -r JIf. W It alA trM 4 rt l ,rel d k tlteti to
e:troyed. the bar of 01S M cOee. u0 | ,
."dierson. reuln n a loss ofi |1.J, 'I' 68 f
with $6 O lnwarnc. ,Two l. \\ A 1.1ACES
k borse pertshed In tU0 flames.
Good for Children.i (T D i ( ST(RE
he nleasap nt to tIke and harrtnlemos ot kest sav l a di t
4 tlft, reliein ail e s .. ;r ,e berta ufw It. dotiec #ihl P.'! C 4ll Bh r
e right at the. sieit is f tthe b.
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AR-ROUND HOTEL
S- Owners and Proprietors



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Fancy Groceries,,

S.ieod and FrtMlizerts.
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IIlrst cotin'hlriationi for the


Abstract of Title
To ailn)y plehc or hiiil hi
Alm'inn't cint) 'irnlshled
on lil|>ljc'ilhoit.

T. I ItT 'ii Ill t .1
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And nil uat Il-rsN otern.
Inir lie r'ht |eid ptlei of lilt.
',tii ,l' a < l ., I r||tytlct
univnili'o d el lrtt 'i' rltll.u
itt Itmimled tompl,'ourmptly.


0Gainesville Machine W0orl
(IE N EH AL M1Il,,L ^A X

il l t'iri t nid l strulghten wilh leo Ingi ,
ro 1tilhi-.t andirPt 4'1p1 Oultiii:g.
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COTTON OIN IREPAIRINO
A iPEIA, LTY
P. WETGARD, Prop,aild l


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NEW PROCESS ICEELED C.,

NEW PROCESS REELED ICE
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KODAKS and

KODA K S UPPI'ES
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main Kz litkl.u Vlitn mid -.tliwtr *pltipll.
ilEtSOpti tln tlrttr it rswi u le I'.

BICYCLES AND SUPPLIES.

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That Charming

Individuality


TI plainly shown vlwhen you con-
sult, us aiout those l)ress Goods.
In fct i, here you can master Iheo
touch of individuality as at no
other l;ouse.
We atr now at, the height of the
s 1a1son) All tlie different .cloths
for Spin Ig and Summnner w\ear-tle
choie-'t prevailing fatTries in col-
ors anml white goods are hire, re-
vealhiii' tito lm nster touch otf' indi-
vidu1li y which cones from tmh
personal suggestions and dlirectio is
if or itbuyers.

OUR MILLINERY and
SHOE DEPARTMENTS
Arc now at their host. ,ind you
Should not fail to .voo tiell mlniiy
handsoimet patterns lino on display.



0.W. HYDE


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Dreess well and k ep eo l with
our hltest patterns n ?egllgeo1
Shirts, Summer Hioaiory, Sunimelrt,4.
Ties and Hate. A new suit at'
light wolghtf lothes, no matter
what shale, in the thing for this'
time of year.

-Madras Cloth Shirts.$1,
That are really $1.50 goods the
world over. They are cool aind
stylish,
Fine Shoes
For Indio0n and gontas, and prices
litat catch the purso. Our goods
a res sulonabl.

i.Me 1.111tllT l (Y

The Oilitllerln.





E STAItL, IS ;ED) 1880

Alalca ili C011outy



|Abstract Co0

B. R. COLSON, Manager,
S iUAINVIL,4 tI.I, FVIA. >f


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TLE ~A sN: EVILEORIDAPRIl24,3


vol

asn
04 thoo"st Otor a :tville, and

O iArY r iitor sad rot,. p*o0
JESSE E. BURTE. Oy inorr-or- chi




Stst edStet s ,Po- iha
,ra pe5r .io mon rtp: 11.2$5 the
4^T or q5coh ft!or f'five weeks-
4140, 0Sd1i0i eolibm, 1)0 centa s




P01:' lot' aU,4i4,ursel,, alSid contains all the
AwfO .0th week, local, state and 'en. gar
l be willbe niled, postage free, to any al]
of the united States or Canadlt. for i.00 wit
n.* 1 advance. .eo
., adVaertasina bills become due after first the
Mtte, of advertisement, unless otherwise me
tilted is ocatrtot. Parties not known to def
111 breqtaired to pay for advertising in ad- ref
ihto.. Address, lTHE DAILY SUN,
'GA"lUMvr Iri, by
'Clain' "


WASHINGTON LETTER.
S (Wrom3 Our Rerular Correspondent,)
W aishington, April 28.-The appear-
2 oin'c of Benator Itoar and William
p|iinglp Bryan, Charles Emory
nIsth and Governor Montague of Vir-
Satiii: the same banquet table in
-ohiiilngtoii, and the unanimous eulo-
S f1 :T"homas i *etfferPon p:rpynounoed
h~"-tih- 'mien of widely differing politl-
ilvivi ws, cop.stituted one of those
$rtarkable tributes which fow states-
ire accorded. Senator Hoar, in
'htatomarks emphasized this fact when
t 4ldd "4If we want a sure proof of
oima efifeersen's greatness it will
be found in thd fact- that men.-of
fry variety of political opinion, how-
eVer far asunder, find confirmation of
A,. their doctrines in him." Mi*. utryan
~ of--ahe
eoesity. of free speech and free opin-
l ai ns. ie said in part. "To Jeffer-
.ion the right of free speech and free
opinionss applied to everything, be-
1 ifte lie rightly understood that no
Sensorship of opinion could be per-
ni tted that would not be moredainger-
ous to truth than to error, fdr those
who are consciious of the righteousness
- of their causn are not so apt to. invoke
force in defense uf "thoir opinlois as
those who tire consnioius of error, and
'. Who, recognizing their iiiability by
reason, fall back upon coorcion." Con-l
tri'ry to the extpectaiioit s of imilly, tihe
Jeffruerson diminer wuas not produAciivo of
n ly important polite iclt utterances.'
gII Ipressu ir is being brouightt to
^i bear on Secrelao j Navy Moody
to cause a gwul7oral iinivstigattioin into
.t: '%he bursting of the big gLil 01i tihe
Iowa and also into thlie disablemnont of"
the Maiiieas a result of the firing of
her turret guis. An examnilittilon of
Sthe Maine proves that she haq b4igtA
|.: seriously injured and the cost o rlemii-'
dying the damago is variously esti-
l, s iated uip to $5U0,000. NAt only have
i.t :he supportiof hoer turrets been izn-
j urod, but the imuplacelnents of her six-
i ch guns have been found to be weak.
and her boilers have sullered serious
injury. Thie contractors 6f the Maine
Shave hastened to secure immininity
Sfron alildaage holamims by getting froni
i the Secrotary of the Navy a isttenient,
:fathered by Cilief Naval Construotor
/ Bpwles, to the etTect that .thy are not
St blame for the injury, but, in th(e
SOpinlion of sonle wvell-posted naval of-
.loers, this statoitemi wit sw a 1nldeo pri-.
inaturely andid vetin should it. .on further
examinatii ,1 prvov to be entirely uor-
Srect, the qutetio arises, who' is to
:! blame and. -what rutnmetieis shoultl be
ttaken to proven a rt'currone' of s8ich
dainmages anid *conltwqu-iit t heavy ex-
t ..peisi?
Th e postoillce investigation still eon.-
Stines and there is every .oskion to'be-
1 olieve that animple' ground '-it bteiu dis-
," .qovired to warrant tihe rienoval of sev-
eralotflcials, butI, for tao r asoin presuniiibly political pressure, i
the Postmnastorteitlorail hilas refr'lii.ied
'i. $from taking the necessary' steps. He'
44 says that the -ivi.stigatiou will con-
t inue untli all the facts arc probed to
-.the bottom; but hinr falter wliin it
e-'nei s to taking the step which would
ist !'ihitityte tihe work of the insp?.et
3 pl,4lme iBupeflioiti if tuspiected of-
1? iit pe^ihig"^h 'resuW of. tihe in-
l ii ..tt iow transpir: thte Mr. Ma-

was th-equeso tco resign
ISIIcbuMfila4


t(gation comes from the Oimip-
ller of the Treasury, wh, has caused
etiry to be made .tegsarding 7the
&us of twelve inachiti$ts, examiners
I repai'rors of the complicated can-
ing machines used Il the larger'
t offices' of tihe country, These mira-
nes are rented by the government
ren tal varying from $250 to. $400 a
Ir, and the question naturally arises,
not the owners bound keep the
chines In, repair? Additional force
givenf to the que tion by ithe fact
t there men have been carried on
rolls, as "'ool keepers," evidently
h the purpose of deceiving Von-
ss and possibly the Civil Service
mmlnislioi. Like all other charges,
matter has been '-.taken under
estigation."
5enitbr .Morgan if Alabama has
de public ani interview in which he
uses the President of deception re-
ding the Panama canal treaty. He
eges that the President willfully
hheld information called fnr by the
iate on February 13 until March 1T7,
day of adjournment, which infor-
tion would have' accomplished the
eat of the treaty. The information
erred to is tho arrangement made
Secretary Hay with the Panama
pal Company binding the United
tes to [assume the expense incurred
that company in prosecuting the
instruction of the canal pending the
nesfer of the property to the United
tes and which, as has been previ-
ly stated, is estimated as amount-
to about $5,000 per day. The Sen-
r further states that in the Presi-
It's communication to the Senate it
howii that Admiral Casey was sent
the isthmus with a United States
rehip and landed marines, not be-
se there was. danger, of interfer-
o with the Panama railway, but with
object of defeating the revolution-
and sustaining the Marroquin ad-
niatration until it had had time to
ify the treaty,
representative Slayden of Texps is
Washington and reports that in his
bion of theecountrysetintjient is very
fiTy divided between Judge Parker
New York, Senator Gorman and
hard Olney of Massachusetts for
Democratic presidential nomina-
n. Ex-Senator Hill, Mr. Slayden
ardg as imnposalblo because of his
ition on the income tax and his
lthy in the campaign of 1806. I-le
0 mentioned Edward M. Shlopard
i possible ctindidate and one whom
believed would bo well supported.
ferring to Mr. Bryan, Mr. Snlyden
I that there was no inan li ptlical
who had a larger personal follow-
; and that he would prove an iimpor-
t factor in the convention, there
ing ino hopo for a emtididittte who'
Id no t secure Mr. Bryan's endor.se-
iut.. I'ersomnlly the "gun ltlelmin
il Tixas"' favors Seiuntor (iorniiii
o)nl lie rire(frd8 aa, all able tind ieon-
vltive utllili mud onpte who won uld coll-
nd the support of the business in-
epts of the country. Mr. Snlyden
d Mr. (Gormnan favored moderate


tariff revision.
Deaf'iess Cannot Beo Cured
by local appllcations. as they cannot
reachi the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only oone way to cure deaf-
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness -is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucoius.
lining of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube is inflamed you have a ruinm-
bling sound or Imperfect hearing, aind
when it is eintirely closed, deafimess is
the result, and mniless the inflammna-
tion can bo taken out and this tube re-
stored to its normal condition, hearing.
will be destroyed forever. Niroe cases
outI of ten are caused by catarrh,
which is uot-lig but an tinthmned con-
ditioii of the moiliiouil services.
We will give Oit)i Hundred Dollars
for alny case of deatt'lfiu's (iealsd by
eatarrh)' that tvan et i'tO cuilrtl by
li alPs UCatarrh Cu re. Send for roirtu-
lars, free,
P. 3J UHIENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists, 7Th.
ilill'l Family Pills are tihe. l'st.
ITht United States hasWeltith of $1,-
.2Qr pirsn i-. Australiti has $1,220, I)en-
iimark $1,105, Canada $980, alid Hclland
$878 ir p erson,. Amoiig all the 'ia-
tilois the peroontage of debt to wealth
is lowest in the United States.
Saves Two From Death.
"Our Little.daughter had an n l.at t
fatal ittak of whoopilig cough and
bronhit is," writAs Mrs. W. K.
lliivili.tld of Armnimk, N. Y., "but,
ivleu'n till other r'meuidhs failed, we
iptt'rtd hter lifet with lr. K'igs (w
I6iAisovry. Ouir niece0 who had Oon-
isuinptiOm in all- sdthAic.d' stagiS- .s.
" u4d th is wo cfl.rtulfU zdiiia io'. tpo-
j lthW tit pIS rfe' tly wellt11 It)0*t aei
*tbi:: tl : .^'itfti de:.l|a|


Exports of cattle from this country l '
in February totaled 29,949. against 23,- *
828.for February, 1902.r The total ex.
ports for'the.j eight mon ths ending Feb.. A
28, 1908, were 223,752 head, against 280,-
081 for the samnn period of the previous
y-ear. EETH INe OWD ER
iThle earth is .a ut 92,000,00 is i ics Ar hor.Snfantumi. Olarhoem, Dysenteryand th b.lowlTroub* 6
gae, ha its diigetaon fromRi ula te ol heno t the .
from the Sun, apd Mars 139,000),000 ToI NG EiASY.gCureso, regulteons td 5oresC, tolic'n t thes dh u thove

thentsan varie 36,000,000 miles. TheNI t d an d.
orbit or's et f he earhupon is also dr, d ost O
circle around the sun, but is .mnucih nil 9S. cents toy ,... JS P00r.a M. D.. Ot.Louis^ Mo.
'elongated, so that its-distanle from l. '""i.
the stun varies 36,000,000 miles. lThe lo rida Eas Coast
orbit of the -earth is. also somewhalt-
elongated, the variation being less
than 8,000,000 miles s.
"... L...OCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect April !1, 1903.
A Physician Writes. A
"I am desirous of knowing if the SOUTHIOUND--READ DOWN. NORTHBOUNOD.EAD UP.
profession can obtain Herbine in bulk | N3.99 No.29 STATIONS No.98 No.78
for prescribing purposes? It has been Danly. Daiy. Daily. rally. I
of great use to me in treating cases of 50 o9 40o Lv.............Jacksonvllie................Ar 7 15a 7 30p
dysplpsia brought on by excesses or 5 i 48a ............... So Jacksonville.............. Lv 707a 7 2p 0
overwork. I have never known itt a to it 10 Ma .................St. Augustine..................... 0oo0a 6 P X
fail in restoring the organs affficted, to 7 12 1 s a ... .1 alt...........-a...... 4s 0
their healthful actiivity." 50o bottle 7 '1 A4 .... ... ......... Palat. ................... a
at Johnson Bros. 5 p L ..................Palatka ...................Ar 55 8
---- i-- 0V 8 30 .... ... ................an Mateo..................Lv
6 25. Li'................Saa Rto ...........Ar62.aP
Bad Luck Attends Iowa. .E. 757 aa Lv ............. eoa.................. 4r 1
Pensa-ola, Fla., April 23.-Tbe b t. 4 8 12' 12 8) p. ................. Buanlls.................. 4 00 a 4 84
tleshlp Iowa, which left. Monday to Z e i29 1 }p:...................Dupont..;................... 9, 13 6
complete her target practice in the gulf, was towed In last night totally 1 p Ss ................'ort Orange ..... o
gt I 10p 203p ................. New Smyrra ...................12t45a 8"
disabled by steam pipes bursting and 10 10 p 2 Sp ..................... O ill...................... 1 i 2 1 '2
tearing away Its steerage gear. The 0oV 1 .... ..........Co.. ; ...............122 a I
accident happened about 5:30 o'clock g > i 11 p 38 1).................. Ro edg .................... 1248a 1i 83 12 a6
yesterday afternoon and three gov. 12a 051 )............. Ga ...m 1 I
ernment tugs were Immediately sent o 5 9a 53 r ....................Sebastian ....... ....... 11 01p 18214.p o
to the ship's relief. The extent of i a- ai 4p ................St. Ft.lero.................... 1120p i

S a p .............. S ........ ........b. 8 0 p 10 a
0:201~7~lo ft 549a 671p ................... JemseleF. ...... ..........9 8ip I .j
th w 289. 6 30 p ..................... Tibbals .....................i. 'S1 p 10i 59sa .
2 8ila 10 ..I................ bEdeun....................... | p 10154 a


.require n of avenrdish, Vt. was re-LL ................4sl.. p 0
robbed of his customary health by in- I 601a 9 08p ........ ........ t. audedatle....... .... .. I 801p 10 a 8
vasion of chron e consti ation. When S 2 9 $ p............Hal:an ............... : 1
I iL a I l ................. Westnupitery.................. I Il a



Dr, King 'sNew Life Pil broke int 7a p Ar.................West P Bea................... 6 CO p 15a i
his hose his trnnouble was arrested asid 4 SC DLES O BRA H I.....E.
.owo he's entirely cured. They'reCH UL O ra.. LINES.. . 5
-robbed of his customary health. STATObyin- I D ..... o No. .. No.2 F No. 4
t ______ _D................_Dly Daly ................... |il)7L50a
a Test n b constfHih o Waling. oWhena, l........ l DailyDa 1 ya
erKiging ri'a Ne L A~ife V Pribnook eI.piu..... .....A 1. 0m n 0l...............Lv 8m C la

A. . ...I.1 "0 ".-_- _- 1,01 M i T,", v ....... -Tit s il .. .Ar, 1 90 1) l 1 -'


Berlin, Anril 23.- Adm.rm al Prince, .... :::::::::: : ......:::::::::..Ari l p 0 10 aLv. m rn .. I
Henry of Prussia is to take the battle. 8 83 Lv..........Osteen.........Ar1l 52 a l Itp 1121 aLv.L i(>je'n ri 10 p aOOp
aht ......r i ..... ship squairou to Spanisll waters Mvay 0 A. isr. A. Oa i L 4 5i 5
3 with ba-rely sufflient ~o---y i --==. ... -..


a prearranged latitude and longitude.
There the warships wll fi1111 their bunk-
ers from collieries. This Is intended
to be a test of high sea coaling In the
most complete form possible, and will
occur even if rough weather prevails.


No ripe PsPain
Or discomfort, no Irritation of the n-
tea.l InMs- iMuet gentle, prolmpt, thorough
ti-a1llUtiul cleatnluyg, whlb you t'.ke

o ld by all dru ists. 2 c .
%sold by nIl ] t; g!ta. 25 cenxi.


KIDNEY DISEASES

are the most fatal of all dis-


L CYI KIDNEY CUsE isa
-FO
FULL. B usrantoid Rood!

or mmoey ipfund#4. Contains
'emediea repognized
nent phyinlciaw as the fcw
Kidney and Bladder tr'ouble.s
PR.OI fic. aNd $I,3

I ADEIS ,Write to MRS. A. C.
LADIEL WENIDT, care of Edgar
& CO., Jacksonville, Fla., for circular!
descrihing tho IOCTOlIA PROTECT-
OR, or sond $1.0()( and waist ineasure.
Special terms to lady aKgents.














W il" \ ..t . . :' ',, 'n "u
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The $TAKDARD

GUARANTEE and TRUST

COMPANY
Will atop your rent sMd buy-
yun aThojne. roPnt iao^i
;*" O a ll O ti-' 1 *: / ; ;.11' 1 ;. .. *' '


NO. I 3 NO. 21 N NO. / N. N. 20
Sunday Sunday 1) I Daily I MAYPORT BRAN Oi. iI' Sun. 1 No.22
only. only. "_" ex.sun ,. y. ""Only. Daily.
SOOp 10 Oa 6 001) 8 80 v.......Jacksonvlll, ...... ........ 7 4- a 2 30p SOp
08 1018a i 00 )p 8 88u Lv.... o. ,icks-.nvllle .....L. ........ 7 li7a 12 2p '8 2I p
8 101) 10 45 a 6 t0p 9 O lla Lv........Pablo lieaeh. ....... .v ........ 7 (' a 11 bO a 4 Op
p1p 10 60a 45p 9 14 aLv......Atlantic Ilealh ...... I-v.......7 00 a 11 0 45Ita 4a P
0)p t 11 a 7 001, l lOlu Ar....... ..Mlayport ......... Lv ........ (1-)'n 11 Boa i0p
These Time Tables show tho tim-s at whlh tiraa nmay lio eN(- ,- l to a rri'i vand depart
from the several stations, lut their rival or i lepi'artre t Ith' tii me- st.titl 14 nlIit guaranteed.
nor does the Company ho11 Itself responsible for any delay or 'Any Co(Li)'(Ijunlie arising thero-
from.


KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
PENSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CO:.TIONS AT MIAMI.
In Effect April I, 190".
SOUTH BOUNDO-. .. ,:)
Lv M iam i SOLn. Thii' ..... ..... .... n v 12 ono
Ar Key Vest S ,-,, .. 'lh r 0 T.17) \ l;...'.. '
Lv K ey WVost irl., 'Ih' ur. .............. .... 10 3 ,v \ ... ...... lip
Ar Havani&o li M ln. ri .. . ..... 7 ') \ .. ... ..... 3 30 p
For copy of Loc.il Time Card or I ; ,nt
J. RAD. RHNER, Asat. Gon. Pasa. AU.':I., ..- .-' I T"C,'i' E PLA,



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JAB. M.


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FIRST NATIONAL BANK


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^RhIFF '8 SEND IN PETI

ey, Want Gambling. to be Ma
atet's Prisonl Offense, or Pu
linrl rased-Several Other


| h|l .at.ov. M.a.Wi..amBs introdpc
o irrttren tesaldon providing
hi Legfsl|ture 'Adjourn .on ;T:
1 ait : 2 6'clooek noon, WhI h

o.ws:" .... ....
o' W""bilal eIntroduced a s
Iy Senator. Stookton-.To auth
0;itles and towns to-" eontract for
o0val of garbage, eto as follows:
I1Section 1. That the Oouncil o
altyvor town of this State is he
utJo rized. a nd enipowere4-to-
ieto an, agreement with any indivi
company orcorporation for the .
ring anid disposal of its waste,
bage, night sotl, dead animals
other refuse of said pityr.. tow pt
t Sj h terms, and for su'h a perlt
t e,'not to ,',eeell thirty yeriq
A4y be agreed upon between said
r tWni-and said individual, 6ota
or i6rpotratIion; provided, iat. If.
agreement involve a greater an
SQto' t6said olity or town than it is
ythyg' fdr thesame, quality or am
ft evike,: Stid agreement shal
ratif' d by a iiijority vote of the.
tdersoa ity or tow, anivc
t an" election to be held for that-.
Poe, and provided further, that if
l;," emotion be held a copyofr
!.reement, together with a notil
si4d elevtlon, shall be publishedd
;,' newspaper in said city or town for
b/onseoutlve weeks prior to said e

Section 2. That all laws or par
S..'law conflioting herewith, are he
S^ *' ,_ repeal ed.
Ii "Section 3, That this act shall
"come a. law immediately aftei
passage, when signed by the
r;i' mor."
i' y Senator Raney-To authorize
i i tyl of Tallahassee to issue bond
Sthe ainmount of 1100,000 for sewer
.eixte idlng the olectrio ilght plant
street paving; also tor amend Set
225 9, t. vised Statutes, relaLive to
,, incorporation of associations not
profit.
B By oSenittor Pt'c' 'kI-To premc
S the original jurisiu4tion of COt
j dges.
Senator Nerl secured the passage
S concurrent resolution providing
S the appointienti of ia joint coninii
: to visit and report upon the need
-the Florida State Collego and
| negro Normal Iitstituito at Tallalias
S Senator Nuol is one of the director
: the Statt College,.
S Dr. Butler has introduced the fol
Ing substitute for Senate bill N
,lieh was agreed to, but the inea
*/', as indefliiiitely postponed be
S reaching its thlrd reading.
k"Bo it. eniactd by the Legislatu
S theo tate of Florida:
'- Thai. SQotion O 5 .of the Re>
S', tatattes of Florida bs andi the
I. is lrhly amoidtd iao as tor ad ar

; "03,5 (..ilvasvan ttllitdResultof Elect
-L'he (ot" y Ii 4 l'o1n2iisionerstl shai
:; th i t itih day, alitli'r suceli h'ectio0
.0 dud o il u \lr~uti4l. i abliely cai


the $.111 t 10 a ,ln tii hi jlihiiu ru.e ivi
tIn joliy of t Ioliiilnlbor iof tIo
I ..a L l9xt il )v1i t lt 'i Oi L 1I la11 tI
. y iL.O Oft stid eoitily for
|y" atma, aud It litill bi thle i ully U(
it i tiiuri & s i11'tun o 3r 0 t' r t l, s sot c
Sb sti ti a co rt husli.u and jail a
i provide .suiiSble otilies for al1
court il t iv who iir'e require d b
to. kAtep thei r oillco t the court h

'itt i o ao elh'lted s the ci
?>'',' i ihe llitt rt'sa d "


.aor ,BlO.t'eiered imn atei01iBenti to houpeswps referred to the joint cotm.
include .allether 'laims against the inttee on general legislation for con.
t war claim fun'or arimng out of the sideration.
Indian, .Wars. Tyhe i"t .nmidiet waO Mr. Mote7-To provide for the ap-
adopd after t h i i14 esolution pointment by the Governor of a State
r"WApassed1 auditor. and assistant also to prohibit
,a.d Senatr Ortl's bill to. etablish a -spittn ing in publi places.
geoogiol sn~urv0y for the State of For 'By Mr. St. Olatr-Abranis-To pro-
I14 aid provide for the .appolttintnt of hibit foreign corporations from operat-
I 'hON te geologist, was advanced to its ing railways in the State without first
thirdtre ding. havingg obtained a State charter.
I "" I".",thelouae,- By .Mr.Drane-.To amend the law
de a A majority "ty e ,sheriff. of the establlshing.a fine enTdforfeithre-fund,
Mnith- State have petitioned thLe Legllature and for feed of prisoner and hire of
tr m ake certain. changes in the crimi- convicts, relative to the duties of the
Iated.' lolaws h Stt fo he protect ommlssioner of Agriculture,
to1 life-adroper nd4.4thii tler- By Mr. Gibbons-To provide for the
r 'adegulatingpowerse0
.ed a Fir .That th n t for gatn- funeral, sick and benefit associations;
that bllng be nadea State prison offense, also a resolution amending sections 2,
ne 1 or punishmentt increased; alro that 4 and 9 of article 5, Constitution of
.48 card-playing or any game for pleasure Florida, relating to the Supreme Court;
oSndimy .boea misdemeatnor. also providing for.garnishment of mu-

petit larceny be increased from three by individuals; also dispense words of
orize to twelve months, itb being expensive limitation in the conveyance of real
re- to prosecute the same party two or estate.
V three times each year. By Mr. Mason-To fix salaries of
f any .Third-That a more stringent va- certain administrative officers, raising
sreby gratt law be passed, so. as to put a the pay to $2,500 cf the Secretary of
Opter ati.p to so mlich idleness. State, Comptroller, Treasurer and
dual,k ourth-Thiiat a more stringent law Commissioner of Agriculture. The
gath.- be passed on living in open adultery, salary of these officers is now $2,000.
ga, also lew I and liascivios behavior, a" Also to authorize town and county
and -that class of criminals is increasing all authorities in this State to contract
upon .:over the State and convictions cannot with Individuals, companies or cor-
d of be secured under the present law. porations for the gathering and dis-
4, "ais Fifth--That there be a prosecuting posal of garbage, etc; also to amend
,ity 't atorni.ey ppointed in each and every Section 1758 of the Revised Statutes,
pany county in the State where there is no relating to summary proceedings for
such criminal court of record or con ty the recovery of property by landlord
nudaly court, from tenants; also to regulate the
inow Sixth-That a more stringent taw be catching, selling, transporting and
6dut passed in reference tbobtaining money, shipping of shad and fresh water fish
11 be goods and chattles under false pre- in the fresh water rivers, creeks, lakes
free- tenes, and streams of the State, and pre-
tiig "evilLh-THialti e'nity; prisaoere scribing close season on same.
pur- bo worked ol the public roads of the Captain Johnston of Pasco secured
soch State, whereby the0 pblic roads, could the passage of a- resolution, fixing the
said bo put in bt rLer condition, hours of the daily session of the
S iof 'the petiton, after being rted in botbh House from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. to and
in- a t"i n--l-" "-""-- ":=" .' neluding April 80. During a portion
four of the morning session Captain John-
Ilec- U N n n ston oceupied the Speaker's chair.
c--- C- Tf.-Ffo. u pasiseif-iefoTi iii-bill ,
rts of certifying the same to the Seiate: "A
reby bill to be entitled ain act to repeal
TOO MANY OF THEM DIE. ohaipter 4848, entitled "An act to de-
l be- _fine the boundaries of the town of St.
1r its P1Itersburg, Florida;' to abolish the
Gov- Their Little Bodies Unable town of St. Petershburg, Florida, and
i to Stand the Ordeal of to establish a municipality under the
tho Developmenft ,nim1 of City of St. Petersburg; to
Is to provide for its government and pre-
rage, scribe its jurisdiction and powers, and
tnd WE THINK EVERY MOTHER IN to extend to senid minioipality certain
thion THIS TOWN SHOULD KNOW powers and privileges."
Sthe ABOUT VINOL. A mninber of bills were considered
for o second reading.
S It Is the Delicious Tonic We TO THE MANATEE SECTION.
S Adie fr Growing One-Way Settlers' and Round-Trip
lire. lir Home Seekers' Rates.
.1 1)1


- for
ittee
s of
the
isee.
s of

low-
o. 2,
sure
>fore

re of

visod

all IO
s foL-





votya
the
* 11l
Ail id
In a
ltd to
I tho
y li'lw
oulad,
Ai nItyl


"Provided that,, wlhen any place
shall have oico received a majority of
all the voLt's cast at u0h01 olVetion,
titn thoritaftur inot imore than one
such ilectlon' shall be lhld during ati.
':1periud of telt years, and t h place that
st; ri.t i. ivtd sich inaljoritly shall rer
: nm:'a':lini thie oo 5itty ride in the meantinme.
"All laws alAd parts of lawa in coil-
*es,' wsth th!i)aeu"bo and the saiue are
'' t Ti ui ialie titolp for i nsidoeraLtomi


to relci
~tIt~jSL


S "acts on ,th J
liver tures ChhS
and Fever, and every form of
f Malarial, Billious, Rethitting and Interver
mitting Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the : -
trouble, works permanent cure..
,. . FIFT Y C i -T


For Sale by Johnson Bros., Gainesville


Gainesyill & Gulf Railway CompaOny
Time Table in effect January 4, 1902.


No. 1,
DAily.


Lv P M ,.v PM
7 45 .......
8 00 .. .....
8 05
8 10
8 16
8 80
8 88
8 45
8 50 .......
8 56
9 15 .....
9 45 Ar .......
1000 13v 680Lv
11 85 6 55
12 01) 7 10
1-) 20 7 18
12 40 7 80Ar
a 1n


LFv A M









685
6 58
7 10
7 17
7 85
. Oi1


.i....a ld .......
. ...Irvlne.......
.. .. nngarvau .......
..... ..outhslde.,.. ...
........ ickmaan...........
....... Lake Sit m on .....
. ...... Mieanopy .........
....... ....TaToma ............
....... Kirkwood .......
......... Olystt....... ..
........Flewe o1 ...........
.... W ho .. ...
.....ooky Point.......
S..... (ansvile.......
;........Belelmy.......
. ..l......... vr .. ....
........ ...Graham .. .
..aamp on City ...
Tr.a Bul.,ii,(4 R 1 i."


Ar. PM


9 10 A
9 45
8 80
8 22
8 10
7 4-1


SDaily. Exopt
Sun

Ar PMAr PI
...... 600
........ 5 50
........ 6 45

....... 5805

........ 6 12
.......... 5 00
....... 455 .
........ 445
........ 4 80
....... 400
S 05Ar 800
8 40 230
825 160 ..
8 17 180
8 05 110


y : V..... .W.. I........... .'"'**' 0 V0.. ""
.. . 11 0 .J. ksonville, .1. & . 0 p ..........
S 0 8 ,. Lake City, 8,& 7 25 7 3 ........
1 00 3 57 p .Tallahaisee. F.C&, .. 1 43 p 3 1 .......
S 11 20 11 05 a ....Valdot, G. S F.. 5 20 p 5 35 .......
3 0 4 10 p onG R P. 1 30 a 12 4 a........
S25 8 10 ......Atlnt. C f a. 8 ) 00 ........
A..... ... '4 mr p j I..W)................ .... ..- .-........ -
Trains 3 and 4 will not run between Gaincsvill' anid Fairtield on kiundays
L. E. BARKER, General Siiperint.1hdent.
J. F. HILL. Agent. JAS. M. GRA]HAM. President.


FIRE, LIFE AND [
ACCIDENT IN
THE OLDEST
AND BEST COMr


PANSIES
,.j-^


3. F. JORDAN,


INSURANCE


PORTER BLOCK


!;" 'ESV1IlLE -


nrrniPrnATnngo gg-


iThe Seaboard Air Line railway have
Isa yourbay or .irl paltatIt lis' tess? arranged the following attractive rates
ldo they it lerently r nm -ther to Manatee, Braidentown,Eilenton and
children? Do they sleap po6 x tna MAPIi READ 'S ODORL LESS
eat pdo 't ,Dd .? "' b '' 911 h the Sarasota, Fl.'a:A E D'S0DORLESS. R ,
a nboys Does rom Ohio River Gateways. New DesItgns In All SIse. I
your girl complain of headache and One-way settlers' tickets endorsed
ind her studies a hardship? second clHs, not good in parlor or
If so, you may make up your mind second class, ,10t good in parlor or
they aregrowingu too fast. They need sleeping cens, to be sold to P all points
something to help nature li her great on the U S. & W. 1. R1. .. and S. S. I'H 8 UNI1I ii C
work of furnishing the necessary ele- Co. line at rates based one-half of the A Full Assortimient,l incliding
inents for creating flesh and muscle tin-
sue, bone structucreatn eh and muleh, p e rat-cass limited fare, plus $2.00. his Liattt Patterns.
sue, bone structure and rich, pure, red ce wil b od on the H and
blood. rTickots will be sold on the first and ....
'hey need a tonic in the full sense third Tuesdays of each month, to and WATER COOLERS,
of the word and we can tell you what including Novemober 17th, 1903. FREEZERSR and All
to get. Houle seekers' excursion tickets to FREEZERSan ll
It is Vinol Wine of Cod-Liver Oil, the ..
at modrnreenatrctor. Children Parrish, Ellenton, Pa tto, raiden- Spring and Summer
1ike it, it is sodellcioiia to the taste, in town, Maniatee, Oneco and ,armsots Sp eciaties li
spite of the fact that it contains B agencyy stations), at one fare, plus e
hlghl concentrated extract of the 2t
tne ci inueple that are tound n $2.00, for the round trip. Tickets wil. BAIRD HARDDWARE COMPANY PURE AND MELLOW
cod-ilver ol. hi sold of theft irt and third Tuletdays $ (AINE.SVILLE,. FLOIIU lDA
But because the vile-smelling and of nc li monthly, to and iaicludiiag No-
tasting grease has beeu discarded and ve..'nIr 1th, 1003, with thial limit -ICH AND DELICATE l
oall of thio other distigrealble feature i, 1s, wit ,l l
eliminated, the- benetita of Vinol are t.-Ily-onel days from dt f al. Planters and Growers of Long
easily understood. TI'tts 1 wil lbe good to pto-over o 0 Planters and Growers of0 iong
Vinol aots favorably on the stomach Suboard Air Line railway on route on (, t-
creates an appetite and euables theg - le bo -
St at i- do t greatest going jrney within ftn-day Staple Sea Island Cotton will find A L .IAJ !N(; DEALERS
possible amount of good. t raniti liamit.
olow I a letter that bears dl- From' Washington, 0. C., Norfolk. it interest to communi .. ___..
"eotly oni thiasubjeot: Richmond and Petersburg, Va. it to theirinterest to commu ..
".I was all rundown and took VInool n"..-way settlers" tic.kt..to .'. ".lei---
It did tue so mu ch ,, and it was sgo ., ,0-..,,,..,,t,.I,,., tik<, t,. l,,,,,- l n-
pennt 4o ae that I gave ttom ton. lBrai idntown and Manatee at cate With THE CAMERON AND ii c Coast Line
children. They-wcroe rowing fastand oie-half of the firft-class liinited fart,,
treededlsomethinga tewayofa tonlo plus $2 00, teoiis to be etndtorsed BARIKLEY COMdPANY, Charles' ie
and I foundlIt to be just thoething for I.,Y Xr" not .o.rl in prloror sCl)- les. (,. r 1,0 l -
BPtcmrao 8193 w S-etth'rs, io t o in parlor orPeleep-l o
i& u cars." P'a^ti of Tuesdays, to, \ r I o'- n tilt, followii In 1
itiy6r, It lnte pAri 7th, 141h,21st and S)tOi, 1%I3. \AtP, -A,.T COAST LINe. "
We X rdlally Invite rnothera r nte Apri- 7thA th .,.and.
ested nA the welfare of these children, loinme-seekers' excursion tickets to to M &RAI-Ay--i P O o-
ea ^^5^^ 1 U Ellenton. Bridonown and Ma rjti y{ j ,SOU^ .s^ :
safe and dell i onici topic,rebul IrI N GIienton, Braitiidmitin anti Manatee !j jA 111 it- sNl :THt.iN iAI W..-
rejuvenator, to call on s. 1We will at one fare plus $2.00, for tho roi.nd Amu 4tVIIa R A
I ladly tll any one all we kow about trip, tickets to be of iron-l-md sigKisa- 'vte. l- iro cr VIno and whybwe so highly endorse, ire ormlitnitd to t went y-onel, days Fr li t r1 T l "rI' t reek a t
S Ilasmnch as w#are always ready aid in addition to (late of sale stop-,overs i l. 1:T,,N WE t 'SYN CAlIO.1a40 y
pleased to reftud the coft e t on going trip will be per fitted e-n O yes ......... 1.t0 '- t ,'l')uu hARLWAy..
o w ot fld- xtt e route at any point in Florida within $is ile 1iph4 .... 10 AINitTIIrHt.N RAILVAY..
'alam Is bto it win' 'ea t* w0 tlften days from date Xf slet. 'ri-s r A NthTt4As-rn MI A
of sale, Tuesdays April 7t, th, 21.st -,2asdsn t h it -t ai, R t '
,re Ip a dt o a w l t a o,
Oflt mhu id 2th, 0l. .- dvoted e*l'eially t t -x ,.r, n, TI.ITON & tttUiTalAILArta.
iThe Seasotd Air Line wilway the fruit and igetabh, ',rofr s )Ai4t'ATIP tGAU
1' Mi rti tl ftf* i "**' "*1/' i~ ji M tj'io^^ ^ t ie-. a o: w .^ '' ,' '. *' : .,.,._e. ^ ^<^ ^;^


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o n t a k ie 'i' i. f im a
a ke J. byt
bowels,.but regular action cannot be secured until the liver
secretes enough bile to make the., Intestines
execute their natural functions. Unna,
ural agitation caused by cathartics, compels W I
continual and Increasing doses to U ..
afta n the results. I
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.._..___ THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, APRIL 24, 1903

= ,- 4 A


lOME QUAINT ENGLISH.
nr*tuele1 Idea of the Lan.guage In
: a Ilook of "Lenrningl."
A. book as amusing as it is rare is in


KIllD FNEY ENd

KIDNEY a-i


SJ)r. .II. ALDERMAN,
DE N TI' :,
[Swoessor uoSetler A)lmrinn]


,library of a Wissahickou student. Over Dutton & Co's Banttk,. alnesvteM
Work la called "o Nova Qula da 0 lI Speela.tenrloah to Crown and nIe wo
Qve saca." It is supposed to in- D dPhone ;oe*t
U ct th e P o rtu g u e se in E n, g l sh 0o n "t ... ...oo j. . .. ..... .
r4.ation, and, the following, a dia- DR. oo Ve headed -'For to Itide a HIorse," is M ad1ter~ e ofti m y DENTIST.
kind of English conversation it sup- Also tthenaxOtism ,aot ---l
it: H ah. rtDisse lrrv1 ] Oritte lalto nmo Colleo e Dinutl, surnr'
Dropsy, Female Troubles,
herehee is a horse who have a bad ive ye4rs' expe'ieotocK in New > >-.k c'it.,
'pok. G ye in11 another; I will not that. Don't become discouraged. Thcre l3 a Crowtu ride work r41d FilinR speities,
11e not sall knowv to rinurch, he i purs cure foryou. 1 n.cs'ary wIito DI'. vnner e Ai. WLO.) UUAAN .
-ft T -l.ifT -p- a1. "1110 e cul'' ju.t a.Ad! Olrijrc IYN E12 NI. HPIA: C. (- A N S V il L.. FA'
^* ifjITM"rTN T." ffyou are ashamed -cases i(rymrar.:--A-rnn-eda.hualcej. .- -- ...
gQ iv.ge me a j.lde as like? He is und- "Your Kidney and Rickacho Cure "' ''i''
.,bod, ho is witli nails up; it want to c'u two o.'ry a uo ."t Q IDR J. U P NO .
"lrtprs lll .... 11 0 -lt y'4l' W1 tilt'i1 tlptt'tors fld DENqI'. .
S. 1d to thi fh I rir. iven up. L. t 'l LT, A. & O., \V\o>dianld, ." a
A; ai llecdote il the book is: ID:uggst. .50.. .\k! forCook P e lk-Free. South Side Square, ... ville. .'i.
A day ('anc a inaun to consult this .--..._______
philosopher for to know at o'clock it ST VlTUv' 1&N q rnA i ros. the "i :,lm smt.i
was one to eat. 'If thou art rich, told the the's
."hiwll eat when you shall wish; if you ----o.
are poor, when you may do.'" W. PATT"ON.
In the preface the most elegant par- I-N D
graphah is the following: L CIVIL LENGINI,'J:R ANDSi TI LYOR
"We expect then, who the little book IBAtNiavn.DiBat, I'i.o,444,
(for the care what we wrote him, and "h bave go~o 14 dary at a tlmo withiont a Dealer Wi roat .,tate. Tbhot.u.'h.i\ postal,
(nfonr the r ,n " of the bowels, p lo. IO hIt llbe to WiGh over.%* soctJon of laln.d int \ ,ilPi4 4u county,
for her typogrnphical correction) that ioveo thll eXCpt by uiolpn hot wti, r ij jcuoul. Corresponldencte solicited.
may be worth the naceptntioLI of the ('hrolci ns' ,ipihonii f'I or Ivnt m youit itUod (0 .t -- .-----. -.. -.. ..
studious persons, and especially of the I .....tLi ..L.. L tl,. d, v Ti J. DEMPSEY.


youth, at which we dedicate him par- I1i mr <'so uiI I O1lii u11i.g CAS I'T. I[ "1FU'INITUREC JICEA :-
011th eP him par- Was II F((4UINI.R i4,IAt lt I, PIM N
TicuixT. w i s r 1h I wo lo 1tv1 ) p ) for I P li miovmouLI It t alil Malde New.
The aut hours of this strange volume 1i such a ruol>.'" A 1.' tt i. IIt N1'. LOOlKING ULASSIICS i I-s .V KI(.'D.
are Jose dla Loitseca antd Pedro Caro-1 Itp( $. I'trult, --..
llio. It would be interesting to know W buy or sell 'urnitutre, or in 11111io. tt_ Wod 01e tneeen to kno t CANDY wlt tyou on the oonnpiskton hlwvi 'tironapg'
'where Pedrb and Jose learneded" Eug- CATHARTIC w sollited aid batiLs action ,lwnI. t
ilti.-Philadelplihia Record. --...
LIXIZL- S- TACri1li. -
lattafled HIM CUt.rlolNty. PAI.NTIN G ANI'
The curiosity of the natives of wild rTAO. MAUn ttOISTEtrsa PAPI' HANuIN,'
S(ilintries as to everything belonging to I GAINVISVILLE,. ORIDA
tlhe traveler often leads to alutising sit-
Uations. Mr. J. WV. Wells tells In "Three \PVsant, Pat alal et. ''ae G Do Aent for )ECORATOIS' A .1.1. PAPElt
lThousand Miles T'1irou-,il 1 :.i'l" of his od. NYoerSI1kontWeakerIor, e.o 0 f0 COMPANY. New York.
"isit to one seiLtlomeipt ,.- lhe only ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... .......-.
sihopkeepeor of the place v eyd very *n*3.shmodyl ctilm ,*,, (Clasti. oahtLoiI, el ylk. u i oM 00. u. WAILAH NAMi V T'. MA. Y L.O
i0nquli4itlve. 11e was a tl .o4ofit visitor -- -t..---......._....--..
4nd would car,,fully exa-ulli the few M EN AND WOMEN WALKER & 8.I A Y LOR4
belogiings of th(' traveler. His curios- .M TI S
Ity was tlhally punished In a very fun- hIt, di ar6es.lpifI inpiot ATTORNEYS-AT-I. 1 W4,
Ry nmillller 0 ur' n a uttrl ct rr.tatio n u or ult'.rra n ac ill -
On ono of his visits, writer Mr. Wells, t. r.a... PoIep, vaid ait atrin.- ri
'he found my bottle of spiritS of anmmo- i ALO. trCoi 4-8-02
'Iaa on the tabl)l, al:d, seeing it was I.C.A. 11 or b1nt In pldh wrippr,
.... or 1nt In p".r wr"pu'r .
siimetlliniig ilipid li ft mifrifo Tl-sii~iect- rr let 12.7. o T, E riE." .
ed, he naturally laid hold of It and Circular sect out tq S. te tor.
"asked of lie. "What is this??" ......... ---- r
"Only a pimdiline," I replied, and r 182 W. Forsyth st., Jaol... -villo, Flit
ith n perhailtps unworthy smathl'atctlonl I 11 1E P U B11I A C. 1 OCpoic ept'n'..
'watched hhiit hold it up to tilhe light. I e, tihe und resigned herreby agree
ok at It all rou:id alid finally rmove y 13 to P iyat 1fctirer of Best dining piln in city. Filln
e glass stopper and then tllk a11 gooil ip ,-h t y ui i\V r t i V ines, lhi.lHuorts iti.d (. Cig ',.,
SBpaiiit wilo can lShow, by Kiliilar testa' __
I had' to rush forward to save my IJPy paint standing upon nny metal1 TilE\ WEST E ND,I
ecious tii'niioniil, aits he iagger'd and ,4 tirface as perfectly and for so long ita
iS med o- It and e.l!ic ilttd. "I 1,111v aSour FINE W INES. L]QI' I,:' (I.liAlRS
dy11 '.I.'" ;y"ti'd:t ot ini ch Atli s iplp lAg ( A l ITE E iLA.'STI' PAINT. I .)IIN MKW.NI~ ,' 4' I, rieItor.
Shis h>Ic(k nipid dolisilg o0 coltd wnler \\W e gIuarantoi (i LA I'll 'TE ELAS- I 21i931 W. lihty t.. ,iJ:.'it,.ollijv .
lquichkly rcovr',-('l, but peveruiore I I'; paint to contain no tlr, rosil, as- F i 41, P ra h itn'l
h toun. l .1 ii my thingv Fluntr be1 rft ix-c o ! riitu,'l Dont t
!he tOi .I 11 t ( I tI 3' I Lhtlrg.s. phaltum or any of it'1 products of fail to call olt n.1 wl.,, n .la1cksonvill
Oltrol:lm.), Iind wl~n applied to any -
After Iuiner Ornsory. .. .- .
e f lko Iblio1 s .ker n r 1d,11 o fi, ir" t rfr r directims to WPiI'F N IN iI..\%'CK VI LL1;
.r nrcr Itm even 1PP !'o fIke elo- wear perfec(tl for a Ij'priol o ()f ltve
t 1) k' er. Yet at fa4y given din- years, ind w' ngr'rv to furniisl, free. of N AND it
11i e (or.'tovr \\lmo I --,'. (iout Imire olo- charge, all paint necei tsary to rpai( t', I N i
1,n to hl!. I,',:r. (' has a sucres, ai- niiy surface where it has l proved de-I Ill d
as ii :!ls t vt,; i lh'rndild as his feetive. Sig8.-d H The bIesi. Liqutors 4 I ii iity. Enter-
tinlng brother. It is nmazilng what The Natiopal Paint and Varnish Co., ai r ,ry nigt ,t ll..rden
people viill applaiud when they I Cleveland, Ohio, U. S. A.
htho <,u'r:a"i' of la('h l i. ..other's in i .


S'l'Tlo'y will listen nm'tor dlinmer lo
ling hut reso n. They prefer also
id speaker to new ones; they like
familiar ta;l)s of humor. of elo-
ce. If rlu3y lihave tansld the brew
re, they know wlhtt they are going
t. Thli notev ur their mi.uod Is toler-
Sbut t4ol<'r- ;i'e of t:e accustomed.
Sexprcted; unot tolerance of the
m.ovel, the surprisiniig. They wlah to be
at rest. aind w\li,,it taxes their lrlads mo-
'ilts their intiIlilctUtll repose. They do
not wish tto ( cilp anyI3 great heights to
reach the i,'vel of the orntor.--W. I).
Howells In I1larp'r's.


A 4 4,'-r ltlelle. I
nla Thl'lv-r' y -' lh l.'l-o I London, la a
Pt1gul1! :"r ,'', .,'t tlot is pr'K'rv dl care-
fully In :I i| i '.-t gallery Ins de a glass
c %.1,, wv it 1 11( ;:il.i is (con tailed II a
"htlgtN w. 'It" '"[, ";trd. tile doors of
w' 'l n ;01)' 1" -.... ;I:,tl tflx k-yH iln Oafe
custody. T'i r''il wh'lih li thus so0
1u:i-1 1 t deih .,ribel In i omo
ipt.'s I; ;'.4 i :,ry or the college ns
tJu ";'4 ",' J't'Irminy W.iuthltm. I
i"lk i rn 11;is in which Ih
i ,d." :'. ..i i I: stated to
hi'v 4 ;: l 11 h 1 always
b.een 1 1 i.. P :. '..no ,t'n',H.tmf body
Wi.S ( ; 'P : :.'t' ihi thit.t' 4';p-4 it Call-
ost '' r Ii l key.


"'t F', at.'- :tL)g till
haUd ir ) '." ..n' i u i, 3g a isut m

I .'ut you bav |
'thlo a 'i *"."* ., ._ .


*.O? ,u,.a a'. aT. at *: a t4i.lla i
itata' t .' > 'l T nd SuWl-

24; .Ma : p*.


We take pleasure in anno ncing thnt,
we hitivio i'curn-d control for Alachlita
county for the SalO of the celebrated
GRA PIITE I'LASiTIC generallyy
* known ai Uncle ,its ant it aiuRnt.) Thi
i paint has the highest vidore imento for
tin and iron roofs and all exposed
metal.-
T. F. THOMAS II. & S. CO.,
OUalnesville, Fla.


1 HE 01.l1 t:l.Ii,I.I.;
ri N. si i irE' MI TA I, A N
PlIUMt!lNo 1,:L'!'A I'.IshIMi.NT'

SATJSFIAC'TIO(N A l AtIANT'; i

U. A P14t rr, l.,ev e and .Manuv-er
(Galfws'tsli i1 ,. 1,11, 0Akl.


SHA W itc Arend's Saloon and Cati
S -.W .Jacksonvill., I lorda


S r n chian, ilp tiunc'hi frop,' a 12 to 21'p. i


Cornmp)any.



n <-1^ iii ^ \ rL; M i r. s


SIlartbolomay Itclltsle1r, alo li-*
S port W'rlM rg,''r lhve'r on Dratught

s 8tmaks, FlNh, ('l) p>r ': .r i f'ai'on,
S to order. I'rij, 1 '. iirdtm, l,'Jwlhrig
. Alley. 1304 V W. y '


0I CHEA


PER THAN A DOCTOR.


OU TH E R N All WAY.
In Connection With ATLANTIC COAST LINE. 'I
Kvcr.'T: JAI Vl: JANUARY I 1.

No. No,: N, .;3 weon ,Ja oksonvill tixd New York No.St No No,1s
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lt Has Happened and What is Going
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Trat, ibass, mullet, clame. 3 Go.O
Artank ll Is in the city; That's

Texas stall-Wed beet at Yagank's mar-
eT iBne.. Iw .
Wiloe's Drug Store, sole agent for
i(Uonson'. Wonderful Salve,
rs.i Mattle Cloud of High Springs
iade .a brief visit to this eity Wednes-


^ o)0y's 1Honey. and Tar contains no of Windsor; E. K. Anderson, D. ,.
ptites, and will not constlpale like Whtte d r William uther-
^ly ^iighmdee6 Whettone wnd Dr, William Suther.
i ~ btltus old by W. Wal- ]nd of High Springs and. Joseph
ii 's ..rug store, Whistler of Island 0rovo were among
4I iW. F, Hughey, the meirctiant and the visitors to this city yesterday.
htel man of Morriston, was registered The flower committee of Kirby
atthe Brown House WednesdAy. He Smith Chapter, U. P. C., requests
SI one of' the most. successful mer, those who have flowers for the decora-
IIhats in the section in wilch he re- tion exercises to Iplease send same to
I'' sIdes. the auditorium of the Gainesvillo
s Graded and High. School at G o'clock
J. M. Woodward, the clever agent of o -
~---the Ar moo--Oar'-'rres;AiliifJiied C owberry of High Springs was
afrom a brief business trip to Mica- e .it Newberryf Ht Mpr gs was
:i') iopy. Mr. Woodward is a hustle and tile ity yesterday. Mr. Newberry
nopy. Mr. Wodward is a hustler, and a successful contractor of that place,
Shis oeTorts are appreciated by his em. ad reports the twn ona building
1ployers, boom. Among other contracts lie is
Lost-Lady's open faced gold watch erecting a neat 7-room cottage for R.
on or near the court house square. Bush, which will soon be completed.
SFull name engraved Inside with Tmono-
S gram on back, Fider will please re- Miss Elizabeth Barr, formerly of
turn to H. 0. Dbmtoi nnd receive Broiudax, Miich lit now.a resident of
suitable reward. 6t Floral Home, 'utnam county, ia in
James A. Barber of Branford was ini the city. She is a great temperance
Sthe city yesterday, having come for worker, and is here in the interests of
? the purpose of entering a homestead the New Voice, a temperance publica-
|| on thle 8uwaniee river, in LaFayette tiin of Ohicago. Site is ta guestof Mrs.
I/ county. rThe tract is regarded as one T V' Thtomas.
of thte most fertile in thatsution. A team employed in removing the
B. M. Tench representing P. furniture of J. F. Whetstone became
Taylor, wholesale shows, Boston, has frightened yesterday and made a bold
arrivedlr twhh y f1 o his ston h dash, which resulted in the scattering
arrived in the city fronm his Western of great deal of furniture alng the
; tour. The friends of Mr. e'rf-ch will i .
Si, I i o hd street and tho. partial destruction of
;- regret to learn that he ia ndipoed t wagon. h alarreated osid-
and It will he several days before he tle exio. meat.
; :i i a sble excitement.
oa lev ls roo SherifT L. W. Fennell returned yes-
J'' F. Whetstone, manager of the terday from Tampa, whero he has
; U cess Ice Company, rinioved his been on official business. The sheriff
family to thls city from Highh Springs went for the purpose of arresting. C.
p$ yesterday. They will be gladly wel- H. Taft, who left this city suddenly
Scored as residents of (,ainesville, and owing several bills, and it is claimed
it is to be hoped they will be well signed several cheeks when ho had ino
K; pleased with their nev homue. account In bank to his credit. Ho ar-
l W P. Smith, tho naval stores oper- rivedM too late, however, as the sheriff
ato'r of Lennon, who is aiid to io o one of ws informed that Tafrt had loft the
Sthe. greatest bsAobIall othUisintts iun ity and his whe reabouts were nilt-
M Levy county, was at the Brown House kinow.
Wediemsdtay. I1e was a sl rong sup- A dilso rered stomaehl may cause 1o|
porter ol' the (ak Ha1lls last soaso1, sihid of troutblo, W in the .stulaciteh
Said will not, be found wallting the I falis Cto i rforn its fuel thi ow-
els becoin. im ( I 'u t n Ihe VIi V r tin md
pre' e t ye r.'t't!'. kd i'.yattonigo ,',di i, u.si m; num itirots
S Father Lymmnch has tretu.inted from a d*i enss, Ith i.INt t fitl W. 0 which 1ifo
". ple sianut vaca>tioin ii New York, l .oston % i tlos- m Tl the f,,,.,tr tho i I to
anllii other liltl, tit) reports at (d v- r.lor. t ihe i n iich id i ,l i or to 1:
lighitful time, but. sa1ys he is glad to get hIalxhy e, diI i i it 1. i prr-
homo, ts "th win.thr in tho North 'has p' n better Jpr|iarition ft' oe o ur
te been very di agroa e for tilt, 1iust For s llr hy itl ( i.s11d nit ieillt.
wf W weeks. Father Lyneh'F friends Fo salie*,
are glad of his return. '
J. W. V Watkins, ith clever and nEA. f of of 0s l seftfano
S essful sailesumn for the LalPreila Shoet e lt git o ball of tvi m.e .t win
between it local amid visutitig ielitn will
Cotnpany,.8t. Louis, is at th Browlld off it the park i thi city
SOUse, Mr. Watkins is one of those this if teruooi, the oistnts being
t olly, good-natured follows who is al- tlmininesvile High School and Wal-
W happy and makos t hose t bout him t
s o, Thi probably accounts for hli .r e
S. Both tean r in exelhnt prae-
...e.n w "tuee, land anl exeitilng g 'smeo is antic i-
'.. :*The entralCtt Minstrels will a pated. Owing to t|ie oie'dle over the
-iear at Joh0hios Uht ll. Monday eight. S a&board Air L em it will be nessary
u t.d the proceed will b0 devoted to. to ell the g nme prmitly at 2 o'clock.
.i' hunlfornm fund of the Central City Tdudisi.,lm will ie 25 cents, and
Kt!1*1 iltub, one. or thestrongeat , geot riil is muin ltXi',i.'l.
i41baseball' aggregations lin. 'tfhe
qie'. ).ta11aea'Jaim's i ro1ina re-. For Over Sixty Years
i i t at pel ats M Wihumi"s < run "rtp has,
44i* y.V4d for white frles Ind AeanuAtl tm" ,ldr..i wi i. eethinui,
ioSInvited. it outlhes til cihdiid4 sttensh the guntts,


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Walks Without Crutches.
I was much atiiefted with sciatica,
writes Ed. 0. Nud, lowaville, Sedgwick
Co., Kan., "going about on crutches
and suffering a deal of pain. I was in-
duced to try Ballard's Snow Liniment,
which relieved mue. I used three 50c
bottles. it is the greatest liniment I
ever used ; have recommended it to a
number of persons. All express them-
selves as being benitlfied by it. I now
walk without crutches, able to perform
a great deal of light labor on the
farm." 25o, 50c antid $1 at Johnson
Bros.
They Swiped the Drawer.
At the supper hour last night some
miscreant entered the Jewel laundry
and helped himself nit only to theo
looae change, aggregating about $4,
buti was hogish enough to take tho
drawer antl all. The robbery occurr+'d
at the hlioir ttwm elctrie lights were out,
and the miiscreant could not see to
tint tht rin(oney. To make suro there
would hie nothing left. ho relieved
J.orry of thli whiolo hu s ites.,
Beauty and Strength
Art- desirtbl)l. lYomari' strong aind
vigor#rit's whenin your blood is pure.
Saiia -mily, minos(t-womni'ni fatil L ityrop-
t'JI dyt got'-4i thi,'ir ift,.I ti' l so bei eomin
ill le.,allvh .hl win anid W ,tak,. while t, l


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Insure with Cushmaa A& Hill.
T. McRae of Hawthort is in the,
city.
See Meoyers for coupon contraptoin the
standard. to6-15
Try that corned beef at Fagan's mar-
ket., Only lOc per pound, tf'
Room and board, $8.50 per week.
Apply to Mrs. L. W. Jackson, 6it
SHon. Syd L. Carter departed yes-
terday for Jacksonville on a brief. busl.
Sness trip.
The Woman's Guild of Holy Trinity,
church will hold a meeting at 4 o'clock
this-afternoon,'at which a full attend-
ance is desired,
W. T. Jackson of Waut urg Lake,
Who owns one of the handsomest
homes in Alaehua county, was among
the visitors to this city yesterday.
-Hon. Henry 1-.,cil5Bb recei r of
the United States land office in this
city, departed yesterday on a brief
professional trip to South Florida.
The best physic: Ohamberlaiu's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. Easy to
take ; pleasant in effect. For sale by
all druggists and medicine companies.
W. B. Anderson, a merchantof Wade
and Mayo, LaFayette county, afttr a
couple of days spent in this city on
business, returned to Wade yesterday.
M. Entenza, the cigar 'manufacturer
of Waldo, was in the city yesterday.
He was en route to High Springs. Mr.
Entenza reports business very good at
this season.
F. M. Cellon & Co. have purchased
the cold drink and cigar business of D.
E. Godwin, and wil) remove same from
Giddinigs' drug store to the Williams
building, West Main street.
E. K. Rosborough and Roht. Nixon


Insu S with Cuahmn- A 11111.
Small payments earn good dividends
In the Stana See Moyer. tW6-15
Mrs. W. C. Norvell of High Springs
was shopping in the city Wendn'esday.
Christopher Matheson has returned
from a brief professional trip to Pa-
latka,
Foley's Kidney Cure makes kidneys
and bladder right. Don't delay tak-
Ing. Sold by W. 0. Wallace's drug
store. ..
After a couple of days spent 'in this
city on business V. J, Herlong, the
mill man of Bellamy, returned to his
home yesterday.
Foley's Kidney Cure if taken in tiu.e
affords security from all kidney and
bliLdder disease, S.old by W .-Wal-
lace's drag store. *-
Gainesville Lodge No. 4,7T. ltid A.
M.,,held an interesting meeting Wed-
nesday night at which the degree of
Felloweraft was conferred. The meet-
ing'wa* well attended.
Dr. J. H. Hodges and R. C. vins
departed yesterday for Baltimore.
Mr. Evins expects to remain in that
city for a few weeks, but Dr. Hodges
will return immediately.
Mrs. W. M. Blitch of LaCrosse
after a pleasant visit to Mrs. J. M.
Rivers in this city, has returned to her
home. She came also for the purpose
of consulting Dr'. Alderman, who has
been performing some dental work for
the lady.
A Prominent Minister Recommends
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy.
Rev. Francis J. Davidson, pastor of
the St. Matthew Baptist church an4
president of the'Third District Baptist
Association, 2781 Second St., New Qr-
leans, writes as follows: "I have
used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy for cramps'and
pains in the stomach And-found it ex-
cellent.b, It is in fact there best cramp
and colic remedy I have ever used.
Also several of my parishioners have
used it with, equally satisfactory
results." For sale by all druggists and
medicine companies.
Was Filed Yesterday.
The suit of L. W. Fe.n_!L.ahQriffT
v. Ali- Tii6ia Tinty, to compel the.
Board of County Commissioners to pay
Certain fees in the form of commis-
sions on prisoners delivered to the
mines, and also to secure a judicial
construction of parts of the fee bill,
was filed yesterday by Cols, R. E. and
Horatio Davis, attorneys for the plain-
tiff.
The case is an amicable one, and is
merely brought to test certain sections
of the law regarding the prisoners and
their delivery. The proceedings will
be noted by the profession with con-
side rable.interest.


'Li La t! i 1 r i The first whitt piciiic of thie sas.%otn
tis tuinth',uisit 'i by eat;tinig mou'risih- by WVoxtne.ni of the World W ing food,1 aild taking a small dose of April 29th. Freet chowiler, fried ti- h,
ltirbino aiftor alh lmin'al to digest- bread and coffee. All resprettahle
wiit yiou hv'e eateni,. at Jolson whites invited. We would thank the
S. ......... .. ladies to supplement thii by whatever
Mallory Again Elected Senator, 'their taste might sultgest in sweets
T-allihzi.see,. Fla.. April 23.--Stephi'n etc. Order and a good tiiieguaran-
R. 1 ryalorv has' be-. elected for t' teed. Traii !aves A. L,. delpot at
other tern in he Vnted States snate :a, in., retnturing at o p. in. Fare
by the two houses of the leiAdelatures
in separate soIn. receiving all the te i trip, t.
vote. in thile senate and sixty-foir In i .. '
the houstse to e'o t tt"fO J. .K. F.u.
Towubs, of A"bAlehfcooA 1), A. h
Tmbs; f Committee oi Arrar.geu nie
A L A ove Letter { .---..........
Would not Itelts*l you if you're Pneumonia is Robbd of its Terrors
lwking for graitteoed salve for hor0s, by uting Yoloey' iHomy and Tr. 1i
rnrns or pile. Oto Dod4< tfPid. Moe gd heal. anda
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F"rate rnaiIily s ib[u itted

a. L('YIf y s
J. 1i. H ,tiE s, .:!
'ouiinittee.
A Sweet Breath
r''ve'r faihig Sigin of a healthy
sti"nmimch. When lmthe breath is bad the
steua<,h is out oforder. There is no
rm'utlwy n the world emiul to Kodel
S- yi pa.t i( ire for ouringdi ri-tttHri--''
-e n. l all "1to1,0 1 o d s
4 1 rs. Mry Crick, of Whi.
Il ti'.. Ky.. writes: "I. l. e bee n ..'.
d' mt for yeat--trid all kintas of
rm w m bit. ntinued. to gro^w wu
y ie uW seof Kodol I.-began tnl-- 4-
.pro -',, anad after taking aft'-W

am tf' sB iwIgt j
hva~iha nad t tAl4net bt
etveI k. i swtbe"


CONFEDERATE EXERCISES.

Memorial Exercises Will be Held at the
Public School Auditorium.
The Coinfpderat,. Memorial exetrieses'
will transpire .on Monday, the 271h
inst., for which occasion` an elaborate
program will be arrani*ed. It has not
yet been definitely settled, but the
probabilities are that the occasion will
be honored by the presence .of Hon.
Robt. W. Davis of Palatka, who will
deliver an appropriate add ress.
We are requesten to announce that
on this occasion the crosses of
honor will be delivered to those who
are entitled and who have not yet re-,
ceived ealre.
The committee and Daughters
of the Confederacy extend a
cordial iihvitation to the ladies
who desire to assist them in making
laurel wreaths for the decoration of
the graves. A great many flowers'
will be needed, and any outside assist-
ance or donations in this direction
will receive due and proper apprecia-
tion.
Due Notice is Served.
Due notice is hereby served on 'the
public generally that DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve is the only salve on the
market thqt is made from the pure,
unadulterated witch hazel. DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve has cured thou-
sands of cases of piles that would not
yield to any other treatment, and this
fatt has brought out many worthless
counterfeits. Those persons who get
the genuine DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve are never disappointed, because
it cures. Bodiford & MoCollum.
NEWS FROM HIGH SPRINGS.

Mr. and Mrs. Underwood Entertain in
Honor of Visitors.
High Springs, April 23 -Mr. and
Mro. D. A. Underwood entertained
their friends pleasantly Tuesday even-
Ing in honor of MIsses Suggs and Ha-
good of Jacksonville. Music and danie-
ing were indulged in till a late hour.
During the evening refreshments were
served and 4t a late hour tlie guests
depa rtLdwith fa--unitcd- expr ir o~si i 1 ii t
it was one of the most enjoyutible re-
ceptions of the season.
Misses Suggs and HHagoodi, n mneh to
the-regret of their man y friends, le1t
for Palmetto iand intLerrned itL points
today.


J.' W, Williams, the merchant of
Wi4de was among the visitors to this
oity yesterday.
he uirest and safest remedy for
'kdney and bladder diseases Is Foley's
KIney Oure; Sold by W. 0. Wallace's
I ,ug ... : tv'
8,0. N6eal of the Chicago Portrait
Company Is in the city for a few days.
Re Ii topping at the boarding house
Of .'E. Bauknight.
D. H. Applegate of St. Louis, "who
elIs Brown shoes," is at the Brown
l ouse. -As a salesmnan and all-roUnd
ifver fellow he is regarded as a su-e


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Confessions of a Priest. l{ EAI1]ERS
Rev. Jno. S. Cox, of Wakl, Ark.,
writes: "For 12 years I sufl''rd from 1A 8 l'A K ES
yellow jaundice. I coni'iltd ali iiieit --
of, physicians and itred all ,oris PRICES LOWEST
medicines, but got io r<'litf. Thin I
began the use of Electrie, hit irs nmil TERMS RIGHT
feel that I am nuow cured (of a dit.iit'n
that had n e in its g isp for' t-.lv Thcmas ldwo & Seed Co.
years." If you want a r,'liahble ;i t -,i t > to
cine for liver anid kidi y i v tri"*n* I
stomnachi disorder or lgeuiral delbility, RESOLUTiONS OF RESPECT.
get El etric Bitters. It's guiiarm iii,,(nIdl by
..........ll druggists .. ly. Adopted by Mount Vernon Lodge No.
Committee is Succepsful. 20, Knights of Pythias.
The committee on subscriptions re- wVhircas, It having pleased our
cently appointed by the bashebill as- Allighty Falthlr to remove from this
sociation reports flne progress. Tlhe arthly tablirnacle to joy eternal the
work has been almost completed, and (IiIlov(.d n(o hir of our esteemed
Manager MeArthur expe Ls to go to biro tlen oafis o. )tlr e tioed
work in the matter of orgainizilig the l'solv'I, 'Thai Motnt Vernon
team and assigning players within the lodge No. N), Knigrlht of tythias, joins
next few days. The Stin has the as- with our bhrnther in siicer grief inthe
suranco that the team will be lirst- ier,.avemn.it thm iis befallen him,
class in every respect, and lovers of and t-n,.ers ito hi itaffectionate
the national game need have ino fear coiohil .,iid ithy. By the los
as to the efficieiicy of the twirlers who of thi. rever.,d prmt e hat sBstaih ne
will sign with the Oak Halls. at irrel ara* l l( p int' hio han, whiled
ilurrah for ,the coimniittee, M-Ar-' w, ari. mra lllnod wi hiorro and
thur. the Oak Halls and the whule pl rt iait rh, ine f," wilit h of offering hand
businesss, -iilt m mn ,>i,.s mi il thit, lin. tim e of.
Saved the Loved One.sl tr.nhie,, w, uliun inf'eti.oat, e!y nind
Mrs. Mary A. Vliet,. Newectns t., f 'rv'n" ly 1n 'h m'i ail tiinn tih. hapy Y
Colo, writes: "I believe' hll. r.s Baa <.'arars i ,, ili t iuh' lif i i t htl 'virtues of
Htoreholund Syriup iS tnspi'rir to any I i l Al t w m*l 1 a'.t | set' i tured
otInter cinughm dietm i,. iid will dI o 1 ilt for hir iAn lintI'.n to iol's kiidomn,
liat, is 0 iann d" f ior il ittl ii i ,s t} Ir, l mi nin. i l ri(iS in
p ,lasailnt to take. My little girl wantim, lut .rious i r
to ttiko it, wh n.i sheai o i int it ed for ir it "
Itallard's ltorhomlidin Syrup is the "" l .'eli, 'That tithei ri'alui r
great cure ft r al pulnloimm ry ailnelints. Ii 'I, to rn. I t o( i ,,, ,,, i.inutrs amid
25e, (80,k tIid $1 at-t. Jlhlinoi Bros,. t' ,. h'r of iii.s l d Brother Iaw-
Excursio'inn ton Prairie "Creek. '.


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