Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 3, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01875
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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MAX' :~, i~o:i


th o 'Revolution and the officers of the
VEL GUET 0r Third regiment. On the platform
'T beid the presidential party, were,

t'KAN -S CT President Roosevelt was introduceo
"1811u n Extend"---" at by Maya Reed. A great di monstra,
ourans Extend Ovation too a as he arose to sak
to Nation's Chief. The. president spoke for 15 minutes.
... __ Sbhortly before noon the start was1
AYOR PRCLAIMS A HOLIDAY.., made for the Baltimore hotel, whcre
after a brief reception In, the patlos, j.
~B~-le Hundr~o. Po......l..... ificheon, perhaps the most elabor
One Hundred Thousand Peoplei ate ever given in Kansas City, war
Great Nation's Chief-He Reviews served. The guests numbered 140.
Nearly Thirty Thousand School Chi- The luncheon over, the president
was delivered into the hands of tho
Sden--Sa1utes Fired. committee of Kansas City. Kans., and!
1 a City, Mo., May 2.-Prealdent became the guest of that city. Eva
evelt spent five hours In Kansas H. Brown, president of the Merean,
y, MX, today and later was the tile (luh, presented President R(oo eat of Kansas Clty, Kans., just velt with a large silk sunflower and-
the state line, for two hours, he was escorted to a carriage decor
ving for. the west at 4 o'clock in ated with sunflowers and silken Amer
S.aiternoon. In the two cities the lean ftlas. A company of the 'Pourthb
dent was driven over a route 16 United, States cavalry and a squad ot
long, reviewed nearly 30,000 mounted police acted as esort to t
Schildren, made two speeches, stat otf Kansas. When the part
S convention hall, 'before the' star-tal beneath the bluff overloolklnF
crowd that the noted structure the union depot, a presidential salt% t

Id, and partook of a lunch soon wwa u su nra tian,,uu lpacetU "nI
t the Baltimore hotel as the above the procession,
;of the Commerclakclub of Kan. LEASE OF LIPE FOR P.ERRYs
ty, Mo. In the party there
i" Root, secretary of war, who Governor Gives Condemned WMan Tvi
the party at St. Louis at tha Week More.
Swish of the president. Weeks More
Swis f the psi en. Atlanta, May 2-The hanging ached.
iprded Enthulaastio Reception. ruled for Dalton today will not mate-
e reception given President Roose. rialize. Governor Terrell has grant-
Was intensely enthusiastic, and ed a respite to the condemned mur-
estimated that 100,000 persons, derer, John Perry, until May 15.
ver thousand coming to town trom Attorneys Ge) O. GlenuA and Jesse
:'L" rounding places, gre ed him. The B. Terry, of Dalton, called at the
,ihools were closed, business general. state house and filed with the gover-
ir wasausapendad, the mayor having nor an affidavit setting forth that they
lai ed a holiday, and many rel- intended to enter a motion for a new
i.ences and business houses were doe- trial In the Perry case; that this move
~sted. is to be taken In perfect good faith
The presidential party arrived fromt and with no purpose to delay the adr
St. Louis at 9:10 in the niorMing and miniltration of Justice; and that as
were met by a reception committee the court has adjourned until May
at Fifteenth street and Askew avenue, 4, it will be impostIble to present this
miles from the business- center. motion before that time.
e reception at the traln was brief Tha-a.ffidavit sets forth that the at-
P M L Five members of the torneys of the condemned man have
gImittee, J. F. Richards and A. M. recently oome Into possession of vl-
l adenning, president and secretary dence tending to sustain his conten-
,ispeetively of the Commerclal club; tion, of which they knew nothing at
UW. Evans, chairman of the recep- the time of the trial or until very re-
committee; Mayor J. A. Rex and cently.
liboel Williama H. Nelson, entering Perry, it will hb recalled, killed a
-Ite private car. man named Walker irt a sideshaow. Re-
ilere was a crowd on hand and ft gently, It is. alleged, certain persons
'heereo from the moment the traln who were present and who were wit-
ti oe in sight tintli the president's nesses to what occurred, have been
1,rriage moved away for a drive. A discovered, and It Is contended that in
dIg bathment of mounted police togeth. view of this newly discovered evi-
O with the Third regiment. M. N. donee Perry's attorneys should be giv.
whl i had just returned from St. en the opportunity of making their
&aita, acted as an escort. The route motion for a new trial.
ta intg from the train took in 5 miles
,ir gaeas City's boulevard system. NO NEW STEPS IN SIMS CASE.
Greeted by 20,000 Children,
Passing first through the Pase, a SOnk Offiolale Still hopeful of Re.
'l1veway a mile len length, he presl-. opening Same.
titwas greeted by ovW 20,000 clf. itlaftnta, May 2.--Wile the bank of-
|lAimn, white and black, f1rm private flials a till have the question u-dlar
ad" public schools, who itood seven consideration, no tew steps have yet
;4"b#p In the grass plot between two been taken or determined on in the0
4Jve; ways and form-ing a line that cae of 0. H. -81ms, the defauiting
extended for three blocks. When bank clerk, who was recently givers
dreandent Roosevelt appeared, each of a sentence of sixt years It the feder-
'children waved a tiny American al prison fTo emibezalementL
j.6 cheering all the while, and whil, "'Not for thi present," was Hon.,
E".apresident pa-ssed, thousands of Hoke Smith's reply when asked Ift
oea broke forth in singing "Amerl.- any further steps would be talkn.
In the bright sunlight the thou. Prom what he said, however, it Is ce.,
i of happy-faced children backed tauin thie banck otfilata are still hope-j
; .iTOWs of residences, decorated and fill of reopening the case or rather;
eitfl e4 with spectators, proved one of taking it up again for thlr purpoXse
mi 4ae most pleasing features of the of adding to Sies' Sentence,
After traversing Beriton Olad- Siee StnI4' plea Of guilty covered
boulevardd the party stopped oand the entire of'cnse," said .Dlitriet At-|
td the landscape from Scarritt' tomney Angler, "I do net nte how theo
Which overlooks the Milsouni case oca be taken up agwin for thl I
200 feet above that stream. Then purpose of ad aUn to his sentence,
I(art' was driven, through the but The constitution probtbits any Ker.
ta *sectton to Convention hall, son being put twice I.to Jeopardy for
te .principal elKamclses of the the amA ostease, and should the baltic
| r. held. 'The great hail iras ofmictals desre aao further prosecution
'sced at a few. .mitnttes after 11. I do not s how -they wltl get round
tm the two ieetlons of the receptiovl the plea of formttr flomar4y."
lilltte were consolidated --
i al H Proftsely Decorated. May Get BIg Ofil Relin.ry.
.dectra ltios of the hal were Coumbut, Oa.. May I.--t ti big
and every available foot d tundebrn dt'oil refiotne ry'is built, io
.lonbus will votet T U ,J majority of
thie hall, wch has a .Sene the ormmitt' .appitateo by the l1
of 18,000, was, occupied. As te n tltto. tatt ,now te
BBS oa4ee)t f_ *p&*ncoattln to_
the baand* s fav or (the al-t r of a cit y. ad thet
Raner. and the cnir en. a 't-ior of the Mity coni.tt ie nto o-
e Ifn ttwo t -elct'e .lh A itng a valtable tract t la. d to tbe&
Spart of the 8liag decor e % .The I

em, adep wase nsro the &iem*

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Mob Ran Riot at Kis

Their Caretakers Were KI
, Many Victims of the Me
From Windows to Pavem
Seeking Refuge In Odesse



tI LED..

i|1 and

Vienna, May 2.--Horrible '>r'all-
ties are reported to have oec l ,\r-
Ing the recent riots at I 1 i,
Bessaralbla. Many women 'n i :rt n |
were victims of the oaohb, i Iln-
eluded even the better clad- I the
ihabllttitsn Somni of the vie' 'r
thrown fioni the windows to ,x i pi,\'a
The rioters also pillaged I i 'tiled
the synltigo.ues and killed il car'o-
takers. What the looter's ,f houses
were unable to carry offt hil sturt.
ed with paraftine and urlWd 'Thie
damage done to property Is ,'.sil stated
at several million rubles.
'The Jews who escaped ri'm Kis.-
cheneff are seeking refuge iti Odiessya
and elsewhere.


Brutal Murder of Popular YOung Lady
of Lorain., 0.
boralne, 0., May 2.-Inteso excite.
oinet prevails here as a restt' of the
brutal murder late last nllbt of Misi
Apathan Retchlon, a han o)ine and
popular youag woman by at unknown
man. Miss Reichlen lived with fier
brother, Rev. Father Reltchel>, of St.
Joseph's Catholic church, who, was
%beent from the city.
The younger brother of the victim
and Rev. Wallace were guests at the
pprlest's home. IAte last light they
heard Mials Relchlen screkt They be.
llevTed sho was alok and they rushed to
her room. In the hall they met a
man. He ordered the two men away
and then rushed to the wittdow and
Jumped out. Miss 51etchloln wans de(d.
11er head was thauttred tlo pullp, p and
a heavy stoneT etalriod wil'th Ilood nnd
her hair clingingl to it 'vtas found,
showing how thie crime hm hr' en com-
Miss flolchlen wasa abhnt' 30 years
old. a brilliant and popular young wo-
man. The Intrtudor uint n ladler to
the roof of the housg and crawled In
from the roof to an attli' window.
Not Ping was disturbed in the house.
although there were many valuable
articles lying a'bott.


Wy*-aordinary Military Precautions
Taken In Turkey.
Constautlnonle, May 2,.- -A atate of
st!o has been proclahied at Silbniea
and extraordinary military Iprecautions
have been ordered everywhere in theo
emipire, as it is antt ixpitaml that out-
rages stimllar to those > terpetratod
here yesterday may be attempted at
Corintantltople and elswhero,.
Tho action of the Maaconmian com w
ftttee nla direting attacks on foreign
property was eatdontly with thie view
of provoking tie intervenition of th'o!
powers. I il feared the outrage '
may lead to miasaeres of Maiedoial-
ans and Itgltrlaanst by Mutsalulmms.
wie'ar ilt a state nof daniet'roliies,0.
Cttementt. a'

Ordered to 8alonica.
Naples, May 2.--An Ital lan tvatl 4
visIosi hai beopn rdoerp4 to .041 .diret-
Iv for Salonlca.

May Involve 40,000 Men, .
Ptiladlillas, May .2,-ao*re than-
7,.00 men a thtb bnflItdfn tra4et a wfnt:
on strike bete tod. The Ietlo 4, 4
WAe Wtly afft0ta 0040) a-4ull.,'tai wtwk-
nM" u a4 shcOld the strike ,aitanfd a *
weak. bu.ldlnl owperttiouMsl ittll ?eme
anid earo Vi,000 men will Int rod4d ;
tdle. The eavrperrter demand t.|
centis an lII for a s erght-thoir day,
tie ho(tiol g egineer, ask $1- for i
i*ek of 64 blari

U""on Mle" L ,Laiown ""TOO*
mootalBats lf l, i May i2-r Wr,
bodber of tie. *artwrtrs' nrrsoa th, a
frtseirseVn' usm ed *swormsr otblt

,';;i Ag a *n. -se-e *- *


Six Hundred Tuit Work at Pittsburg
aind Allegheny.
PItt)iU'rg, Mly .-.-Th>' l illorumak-
ira, o-natuentil a and re hit ctUral
houst'snitths and ta ietai ry hosting
engiin-etrs In l'attshuirg a;l Allh' tiny i
quit work to,'a)', a l het' oi 'v hlvingt
feCfC ,.'td to co.t .' to thOl' t \danltds .
& 1iX hu-ndaled oilt'-tinrat tril c n td '
heleri's are idle
Thoy demand $4 per day anIl an 8,
hour work tioty, a i at Ivtme of 56
cents a t dy and ia arduc'ti, t'ufrom n1ine
to vight hiul's a d ily. The 1lrother-
hood of Internationt al I t il'rminkI i's I
anl Shii)l)uldo. s ha e been notitlied
aind where the t'n t11ar enTmploiy'd by
the satn.o count: act oar' In other ilttes.a
tt(' men will ho i t'1q1u-,tol to etrkI"
Il sympathy, In ithe tc(lw of Fay..
otto City, I.t bh.al i, lillo V''rnon'
Mia't'iers n iun l)ho'ri a!loi^g the MoN
nunnishi'la Vallv, itid in has lat tn 1
eIntilr l rti is ii s, P 1 ,ton, t ri1 o f o :1ii

plaster)ers anil (1dir a 'rr r. s




Body Lay
It Were
Can Th
as Yet.



ce Judge McM ahon'*
,other Murdered.

In Vestibule and All Around
Bloody Foot Prints-Police
Nrow Little Light on Murder


Over Two T"r;-oi.id Chicago Laun.-
dry Workeac Strike. .
Ohthl'iB o, Ma!.y '2.- TwoI t',ioitsandl. lIv
hundr?id ni''ttlt't'rl of the I auitidry
WVorhki' nit Lnlli quilt work today pi't,
cIpltlniluig a l'niiilin of cloe.al l!ne'in n up-
on Chhlfago atd ia lauat i.ba.
Cblimes laundri(rle, of which It Is ew-
tilated there are. tany, are to lie In.
voh'ld. The Oiiployoer have lTauoed a
call for a meeting of every laundry
proprietor in the city and aubitrbs urid
efforts are being miaade to induce the
Mongolian washierTineT4 to stran I by theI
Laundrymnen's assocltlUo'lt~ In Ita efforts
to withotnud the airnainnla of the work.

The wolmn and eu on oal triltk are
making an advance( of wages ranging
from 10 to 50 per c(nt, andl the proprl.
etors say they cannot iaffortl t(o pi'ay the


teamsters, Hotel and Restaurant Em.
ployes Quit Work.
Omaha. Nab., MaIy 2-- 'ri..ght.'ni hun.
dred miiti ncl, i.rlu g tr a tflcrs, hito l
anld ru'et iIurr ntl Oniplt uys'i rlnd trii c lut 'rut
of the h10 il.tlin'; trades wait otn strike'
Syinpathetle otrlhti~t nro antlcitrpilo
which will l )rlr.: those tI tirl,'r on tr(lice
to .'.00 0 lrdly a wa timn wria to btw
sotio i o n t hi' trea t ,ta f all th, large rI-a
taii'ritn woro closed anl theo trlkersl
Stood on the. corners (tililtly discmu
ling the altintlon. Thio hotels are not
dlrotly afftwtod.

Accident on Panhandle Fload-Several
Pervona Injured.
COlumbus, 0. May 2.- With the dan
ger block set "mmitniat"' It, At 'nhan
i l ipia aU, ritrnil( t be dorall at the? 0ltt
more anid Ohio e'opltig In the west
aIdfo at 7:40 o'en eltk thi 3 mirrtrK and
Wm atih'ljied.
A "altlmorp and0 r1talo pa train w'hv-tieed pat a innamont ilatr -I
Ihn Panllandle trtngfto, eombrriatIou
bhWgage and p4Man o ar car wer twti-
nd c)niplote-ly over an4 the day Coach
baelk o0ho, metmblnifttln ear w.ae drag
Ifsl Iti the. dtt'h -,b tnt r'ertrlnel(d up
irglt, The Ptlltman dtili noit 'leave t liu
trark IstgaagertKaniur John ( ;itllaitb r
of Xernlt. stiffrefwl a fraicturer of it lIh
left arm a* Wtl w ) at ahbolit t h i bAt l
and fae S JmstwN Mtlrnai, of ('tnt-
nat, firemftan, wai letjurr d terminally I
bet Jaurnlwl| in ttm.o to svta Ila itf- |
Obhbenrit Perk. etiginrer, alw offt olru.iJi
*tl. was clit in ii Isl%, but ahla-
aveti hIti lt b1 y mptrt
I'. I. 'taily. an -ninie.ir who was
4d(atdhr*4tll(r hoiitae In ith. bIgattfe cearf
PM th4 U1i n"wI a t., Wir.i r' unt I tiuf
this bhan4l by hirketi glass itt
ahi pals t the traln It hifri vesttitbutled and
mn .. p.. (rtn, rho windo w

Sthe alit'rt '
ioe*, Flipinno Lert.i Ceaptiure4.
Marllila May --v'-war Ottllea
of I gAUnta p& v lt14e, a? a party o
vote.airs ysea.rtuy cpl#tired .tIeI
thti fna-rtica l M ptIto ia"4w i tft*
mrt o -'. MWid Ee

OehaWgsd fe .,thitn
Wwntlacm. W4 V*. .. N


I_ I_/_


Now York, May 2,-With his skull
crsihed in nlid the marks of a cleav-
er on Ilia neck aud shoulder, James
l-Ed,\'ard McMNahou, brother of ox-PO-
lice PJid,-ge l); 1till i. McMalion, was
t'utd nmrdti'rod t'itrly today in tho vo4"
tbiule of Ith flatt houie In West Oei
llutmiird and 'lf'ty-thitl street, where
lit llveil.
lit theo liooli of blood that. wre all
1rotiund the b1ody were the foot-pr t it'n, or two m0n and tthe two f.faU
tllet who live i :t.i th .groitid floor of
the hsto told th0e pollco that they
hald l'n awaklei(xite1d aihout 3 o'clock
this ii'mraltui by tho asin'(a. oi va strus-
gi th tie i(hallwi.y.
McMi hot lived with hil brotlheroin.
law un(l ni unmtii rt. d tisattr,
The faitnly .tav lIttleo ittormrtiton
that throw any lipht oin the niurder,
.eorgo MltSk'iU, who occupies alt a*),
partuilit ion I it groltiui tloor. attild he
anmil hisa fitbily hnirl 0otn awakened
alitout i i'hlo'k iby hoerltig a pubditng
no01io li the htullt aiy. MItske said
lie thought there was at loeat three
iten Itn the hallway, It l the nolse
mniad by theota wan tv'rrlll', Hie aI
ho heard the strugilo (goitn on fri
one ond. of the hallway to tho other
and heardtr the ounids of oaths Inter,\
mnilx td with hlows Incessantly. 'hon
he heard tho door slainm, he omay. 4ind
liard'fti1 11n walk I g away, h11 was
afraid to look linto tho hallway, hI

MeMahon, it Ia learttnd, lnft hit
rrother-lna-w's tpartittt' nt at A p. in.
Iart evening, sy. iyl he waa iagiing for
it shave and Woniid riturii In a short
tlrnf. ThI police siy- t(hat hI Itw(Orn
riillnlght 'trid I o'iIchlk this imorating
MiNt'Miihoni wit in a hot el Int H1arlhiri
They rhintk tlhut t-lai(.ps McMahon(r
wit i forlIow-..d f.y r i-eu h lhmract.'Iors Irt if
after ti'tting tniur <;'eild was t rolbOtid,
(eirtaii dAiinroie ii(i Iii in tarlettm art
freaqpntoi' d )t by i roi ugh ioedment, and
are Ih-pt ((upo''rn uttil very latte. Thay
ha tve bfimen it ('t,4 1 rptiate.Ily by tYhit
rtlh-n, but t't nlt.his have haml no cf

M.Malhoon waft 317 yniarm of agxo. He
was faormn'rly chltf ierik of the bult'd
Ing doriiptnimlti oi f this c11-y Blnfey
loinIa po n It wut ii rti had rrtainelttd
idltl- i, t alwnya wont arotiuitl with s
enttitf l,-rulte amtomioat of ionitoy In' his
pofckut lIlti brother. air-Pllete Ju. "
til< lfint mnot prominent Iodtdr* in. ?n Tmmat
1lil, was manrri,,d a few dray siOA,.
Druggi)ts Want 'CTx O U non@r.
lavitua, May 2 Nunes, etvil po*t
nruor of Havafr. baa trmn aevisaid
fly tht iptrvliWt{al ciuu.'tl to eld the
druggirtt iadi-ock fr uy aiUllthlltig the
aftilx, of tax stan va .to ptent alMdl.
nlineto whor soild to tshae c(otSuiir, in-
Ott"a4 or, as pravl lef s wert re oolviSel in sttx'k. 'tI!b'
provliilfal .'li;a't tax a.ccordlitgx teo the t sugestW(i
',r tl.'un'tral Ifunee 'Tho princtps)
iiirnt '-i,:",n ntf If-avatia, hiowe!rer, A41)lar
Ithmy will ant opeln their to4b .iatlews
tik, tax ls--,mttrly r; nat le4,

Military cetmm-tifo
A",'a aIl bhaa Iatted -.umerrmtWlOka. to ThWOrai
H Holland, of Ma4t.Itt .. captain
and quarrtmteWut O t. Th! r pe or-
i4a itfalstry. hobt II., : ng, of Jobs
iAm's o tton. ASrWt Ihlt it t ot
t*enoap W. Piltrt 0o rg*a lftavaII ry Wy-

eavalry, 'Mw4n1 0. Ctaln, Jr, of r..fD
rotan, as 0 d 0 i"tianSat, troop o ..-.

tr-t tt:. Fw, t eo k fthree.
*Norwo(t4, litt) 5uhe(, dautt4lghter of Mr, ni
A' ,* A. I VfiA atoea. ited "rhura-
~any sue r 4 aeartt f etv. Th
4 tlus. Ai w the a- haevo lot *8
YT' 1k t 'f l*p, e', i ,tt .



lert for sonethleg tQ be,
Se~I1 the other placed Ii
b fUro pthe soule of thei
ol otp4'bote extermi ater he male

i hi theat toi ea s ePles

iI Way nLgned be rM 4lep.or"

i t '4 t i .-o.r that he har .i.-
0...4 t treely, hbet0 that e

"' ie bee ad before n before
fteyou?" inqt res the mayor
3;) ve, fi 'ono f but I0 y
to found it ets 4oropaf y o gnutin"
"Well, il be aso liht ai mn0 0ab-

Sine you :10 iI ot, W n41P botper-

l streett o r fair
PT t rehyo wil. nold.se afgod d aggsts
d the policemansang, ease
', :i Way sd tMe t Sleep."

By A Pers(stnt Cough, but Parma"
n Atly urged, by Chamberlain's

S 1ot. oBurage, 4 student at law
0, th Uthad been troubled
q: qor fe l years with, a acoltu-
4s 4 causing me to fe, r that I
~ta the first stage of consumption."
e rbage, having seaen Chamber .
t Covn.gh Reme4 advertised, con-
l a4to ty :it, hNow :read what he

the tweinztyf o ve cent sao was per.ma
I".tl ,ured.' Sold 'by, al druglgsts

Lin; d Staten Expre*a Cormpiny Lost.
Package coild00 ning $10,000.
Itt, Iowa; May 2 -1Outsdeo of aa

fewMilnesa north ultirtt, that she saw
ol ':f tWe i Ac ho 'A#0nt JohnxPe.
tyeot of. the Uritedss states .xpresl
compwn laIs robbed him of a :1.)
claw has beon obtained,
etectives ;f the iedpres commspanr
aIU local ptlie o rlal haR e bee
cour; g t .e tony s en,- th d 0

ot N 0 n atharf at .dtiome wAOl r e

oer his, heid aind unasbl to Vpeak
The expreh omee is right in. the bear

,the deepest mystery.

I~ and te -brdio.e will g cure

e by arondtsing the snorotions, amov-
tI,' the bowei gently, yet effectually,
_a oat MIA fftyiln Indianl.(V

nd-g |ving. lgch tone and strength tol
tatlie :aue t ihe trobter thais ro-
tiqed i -a:etw ays, there Will be ono
t^ the. 0o1plait.-, SId by

jigia'S itmIt prospects for this Year,
ili4 rl : e 'e At receive ed .r ...

1Org~ti to get

S o helpthatevery
gowng <4 ought to have,
wdtll ..nd rylplAmple fre upon rquest
SCOiT & 8Wi) .4 PearL tret, ew York;

: .enty. W Mmbe Ha7ve Signed
R~i' of M*,ot4ai Or-aniatt n.
Galnesville w~ill eon be en "fo ig the
mwelso her itltent demand. As a mui-
sical town *he heas ailhwayi oyed h
re^putatin whtoh might be lonaidered
e.vhlb10 by other oie(,s of ,th State
;bui"tfpr some tPoso th Odrasieal obr
ji aatiocrt have filed 't6 Succeed,
dotwihastonding the ability of the va-
Oses art.ists'who agreed to "play and
i0a0 Merry."
new brass band has been organized.
Thi 8Odat4 wil1 comprise twenty-two
mulesol,0, Who. have been selected
ratm bers of th old band and
AeVf &Qants o mnusleal honors, and
the possibiltle. a"re that within the
next three io 0nthb Gaioeville will
Pbos of nea of the finesb brass bands
t e te ate., . .:
Thne neow orgahilation will receive
the training and experience of-J ,. K.
Abrams, a 'bt etan of some Iote, and
hi insitruitson will prove of great ad-
vantaige; The boys expect to enter-.
tain our people, by a public concert,
about September 1.
I* A 9i Nk SA L V'1

1 ktts Prevoent 150 :06` P F Ociti
:' ...... *. *" ... ** W o.
,'C.C~icago, May 2.---'Btectlve,, jiket
I *" headed off 1a 04le e4 ort' on
*art of the manaaemei :oi' thex'
U _TD arver 'ter w Ol.Jw s to Itjri oduce ,0 01'1W
i workmen into the twte 4"epart.
.Ont of the p at just aft'r dwe t*
: .: Effort(s f -tb ,trieft ae nowr
;'blg IIlracted towardd didealg the
O er branches o' t1e, ,t~*naonal
rvester; compaity-.the .Qomil?
na4 Plane plants. ~ecoise of te r'
AVester Ilusineso, t; he e oyes of t
binding twine departeit tr t
sltitatIon, as it i te nly epteni
rushed at this sedua o f the yer,
Although s$rTrounde4 by pickets thiA
McOormick plant waS in full operation
today. Out of the foroe of 800 girls
employed In the twine mil4, only 15
fItled to appear tfor work and they
waro brought in under police guard
At thPe Pihno plant it was said the
full fnoc ie' u nt work and the police
-,reported 1.o trouble. .
Woril Wide Reputetion.
White's Cream Vermifuge has
achieved a world. wide reputation as
being the best of all worm destroyers,
and for its tonic influence on Weak and
unthrifty children, as it neutralizes the
aoldity or sourness of the stomach, im-
" proves their digestion, and assimila-
tion of food, strengthens their nervous
system and restores them to the
health, vigor and elasticity of spirit.
natural to childhood. 25c at Johnson



Iepresenting namtuaer of prominent
Amerloan and Engllecompanies.

Abstract & Realty Company,
-" [Incorporated]
E. E. VOILE, Manager.
bGt an abstract of ltie to land before
buying. After payin- the purobase
noney there i ofte to redress for tax
sales and uncanceled mortgages.

Smost hall sve oeieo Manhattan "A
Wells-Fargo Express C9mpany Robbed A HUNi)IED-D
of Large Sum. WRITERl
011icago, May $.-A dispatch to The Guaranteed for ot
Trtbune fiom Mexico City says monthly payment
Theo ftcMt that the W'eIls-Fargo Ex. Typewriter
press company was robbed of .$42, ) varlousn
at Silao last Thursday came to light
today. Peculiar circumstances at. REAL ESTATE
tended the robbery. A small safe is AND LA ND
usually carried from the through MeX
lean Central tra!n to the omflce anid E 3
thence to the Guatajauto train by a (alnesylli
courier. On the morning of the rob.
,bery the express mniessevnger warned
the myn to be careful of the safe, ..
telling him itfcontained a large sum
of money. Instead of taking tho safe
to the o0lce the courier took-It to hi KEYSTONE
honm, called in a number of hi uR. T, SCHA
friend'-a and opened It. The money.
was extracted and distributed, Fol.
lowing the discovery of the robbery at CHOICE DREADS,
Silao, about 40 -persons were arrested Presh ev
and all except about $11,000 was re. e toAllartsc
covered. s

The grand Chapter Royal 1Arc MV.
sons of Georeta OMpNKtd thel soS.
slon -t Maco.
The Savannah naval stores market
18 gre*.ty exeted ,over., the recent
luxtp- i*. sPltai of -tuntian .

.hb-r or wt MarSeilles he was saluted
b-ihe guna of the Americam warship*.
Setore. the commerce r onmMate!
Feeludent Baer h ms tat hatbt was,
in. hIs power to cloe all the col)

A oonzidete battle flag be bsim
bought at. a;dtio to Baltimwe by a
~roassenat.ve oi f t I "
government for the jNonlw- tutseutm
The blalop of Lond.on is very ludtg
-t h in repaid to the .VAndClhtt'Uuth
f-yd eig. things, that -
Mark h.sa been defrate-d by
cf y. '.a bI

-."A..," lto ,ihei.d "he groat tOI a*0
all ni'"d !" -
S 1o -liIto i Te_" aliiO ad sah It JItIt
ve a -6iW t( o1l -ntl 1 t .
otno 1 a"l i a d d I A,* st

l -.W i ..,! . .

E" Typewriter.
FOR $50.
ne year. Sold on
8 at a slight ad-
wnslble parties,
1tbbons for
0, Florida.

FER, Prop.

ery Dal.
of City.
tisfaotion' Guarant6ed

Special attention to Ofrouses, Minstrels
and otber traveling tropavesa.
Huntlha Parties, etc.
P. 0. BoxOx 4, OdGneartue. Pia
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Conimenhage February 16th, lEd-
In ApH 80th.
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Electric Bells and Burglar Alarms

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Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 81, 0
Saturdays from Gainesville.
Traimiy o. 84, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers bt
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond an4 Washington. ,,
buled day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond#.
dining car service from Jacksonville.
No. 66 Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express .earse
tween Jacksonville and Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleeperJ
tween Jacksonville and New York.
No. 65 connects at Starke for LaCrosse, Alachua, Willeford, Wannee I
intermediate points and at Arener with Early Bird branch. .
Nos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville^
Steamers for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdi
and Thursdays, 1,p. m.
SA'. MAODONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fl
R. C. COBB, Ticket Agent, Gainesville.


We cover these important points and respectfully
solicit a share of your business.

Fire, Life, Accident .and Health lusuran .

S---Agents for the-

Victor Safe and Lock Company
Oi. .oi 3n ,-Cti, O A.io.
The "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties contemplat-
ing the purchase of a safe, or anything in that line,
from a box to a bank vault, will save money
by consulting us. Call on or add ress,

Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
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Jacktonville ax d Ir< York,
Calitng atOHARLESTO(, 8. th ways.
The FMeot Steamships I Coastwise Service
Clyde New England d Southern Lines
Direct Service Between JACK',ONVILLE, BOSTON and
PROVIDENCE, and All Eastern Points,
calling at Charleston both ways.
Southbound ................. ......... From Lewis' Wharf, Bostou
Northbound................. From Foot of Catherine st.,Jacksonville

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Between JACxsONVhIz.Le and SANFORi ,e
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Beresford (DcLand). a d Intermediate
Landings on St. Johns River
Is appointed to sail as follows:
Loaves Jacksonville 8:80 p. in. Sundays, Tuesdays and TI )rsd(ays.
Leares Sanford 9:80 a. m. Mondaysa, Wednesdays and Fridays.
HaSoutdo. SClt IcDU L I Nortbo
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0muinnO6t Among the
at State OCpital,

kt 4tiC q Taylor' May Becoma
Sthe New Eighth'Oircuit, and
'hemnas Aspires to be Prose-
ftarney for Same District '
j(8pecial to TheSun.)
4a4ee, May 2.-.-~e past week
'ine. nerIked ,b steady and
ttentio to bosines a and the
W88 'been the eleariog away of
lnoumu.lated buzpness.. The
Sas always kept their.l work well
d.hthr E:oseiu'rapidly -get-
Owe to9 hard watk and there is
rbly les -oratory than in the
.tya of the session. Oommrnc-
p tedrday the House now holds
Ie n..-sessions.
$dleiiary committeee still have
D0'oonslderation the Wailes-Beard
i d..wll next week have before
i, number of distinguished wit-
i. It i said that ex-Senators Pas-
CO antd ,eC'-Congressmen Bul-
'L4''Dougherty will be among the
*it witnesses.
coming week will be a most im-
l+0 e in all probability. ,The
set tax bill, tl0 e two bills affect-
,i1quor interests, known as the
k losing and the no-screen
6t~ apportionment of taxes 'for
Purposes to the two races ac-
:to amount 'paid by each, the
Pl:cireuit bill, and a large num-
)the.r measures of -importance,
ore accumulating, must be dis-
of, and from now. until the end
session there will be plenty to
wiator McOreary's educational bill
fore thd Senate yesterday morn-
o favorable report from the ed-
nA4 lp 9.nmittee,wli h an amend-
+ t re4 i finally made the
i4 rder for Tuesday at 11:80) a, in.
{ hse oommended Itself favor-
l a number of leading educators
B e State. 1Ore of the important
eage of this measure over the
Aent law is the change that will en.
ble thp School .Boards to ,secure
doeally l trained teachers in each
ide; ppecialsiats in such branches as
oution, the languages music, etc.,;
izd tnrough the endorseinent of cer-
4i' eates enable holders of first, second
Sathird grade certificates by teach-
-iB of experience to make the profes-
.l&n their life work. It does away the
1Untiplicity of unnecessary examina-
A otia a n-harnaiti t.n lie teacl.lera nd

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Olroit. Z.t dt* oaaiiaates are oflil-.
lally. .loe na0'by their friends: S.
n.1.Ilburn of ?0t rm and J. T. Wills
o ,brad~or4. ,~- 'the is, however, a
Iery r tj0*g uAnd4outeat favoring the
selection of Justice Taylor bt the su-
prewae court, and' who was appointed
from Alaqhua. Judge Taybrr,. his'
friend assertr; is not a cAndidate in so!
far as seekng the appbintient is con-,
oe be b0'ought tobeat on this d istingguislied
Jlrl:,' to consider the qutstLion.
should 'uestice Taylor accept tha honor
it would be at considerable financial
los s to himself, but it is believed the
honor he would confer upon his home
county would be appreciated. It is
not altogether a new thing in Florida,
for a supreme court justice to resign
to accept a circuit jud.geshi. No ean-
didtes f proaiitnce axgve 'et an-
nounced for the Statt's attorneyship.,
Senator McCreary is receiving let-
'ters from all over the United States
relative to his bill providing for the
submission to the. people of a constitu-
tional amendment embodying the
principles of the initiative and refer-
endum. This bill is now in the hands
of the Senate committee on constitu-
tional amendments, and while there is
soine question as to its pHassage at this
session of the Legislature, there is
little doubt, but that it. will provoke
much profitable inquiry and dis-
Political rumors are rife at the euzpi-
tal always. This is especially true
during the session of hie Legislatuore,
One of the latest is that the friends of
Hon. Frank Harris of Marion will in,
sist upon his candidacy for the oftlee of,
State su pe rintendent of public lnstrue-
tion, an offe lihe is eminently qualified
to fill. Another is to the effect that
Jr:dgo Liddon of Jackson county will
be a candidate for governor, and a
late report tonight is that C. C. Thom-
as of Gainesville will be a candidate
for the State's attorneyship of the new
Eighth circuit.

The game bill which passed the Sen-
ate yesterday is a stringent measure,
b'it an even more harsh measuree has
been introduced in theHouse. Thie latter
bil goes beyond the Senate. by llmiit-
ing( 0L te tanber otilqont: but also the
days' in thle week when birds'a mAy be
killed. .Both absolutely prohibit the
sale un4er any oireumstanoes. Either
of these bills, if passed, would have an
injurious effect upon the central por-
tion of the peninsular, especially in
decreasing the number of tourists, and
visitors who come down in view of the
chief attraction that section has for
them, namely, the shooting and. fHh-
ing. It is claimed by the opponents of
these bills that tho present laws are
amply sufloient. What is needed is
their proper enforcement.

he question granting first grade In the absence of both Proesident
oertifoates, the result will be the Adams and Pr"ident Pro Tem Carson,
.lopment of an earnest ambition Senator N. A. Blitch presided over their
ig the teachers to secure such cer-eliberations of that body yesterday.
es and cause them to giver- Senator Adams was suddenly called to
air profession more threful study Fort White by the aerious tlness of his
v pro tsion. m brother. The Senate has adjourned
T a bill validating until Monday afternoon at 4 o'elook.
na!or Mcreary's bill validating The n m ,o Pu. ..
tandiijb shool warrants was yese. The .8nute b nomibtete on Public,
Placed upon its second reading Printin at th e -teOone derth
tion of the prFIlous bids made for this
pr entate clan of work and. the manoeroftwardn
presentative Rivers is giving close Ing such oontracts. 'This' committee
ilolto his duties in the Houie.
, nthe measures which he has had will probably make a more careful
dby that body, and which have sud o he subet thi ha been
certifled to the Senate are a bill made. in many years, and swi11 dofbt
4id for compensation of county ieanreeommetd some me urof Se
rers for handling school funds portance to the eole of the State,
lng of o the seoirn. Timlahese th-is begi
Sto provide for the recovery of ceiving the benefits of a fine rai .re%*
rty advertised as estrays prior to streets for he past e weeks have
le Of such esray property, and a been incomparably dusty and many
to require committing magistrates cass of slight throat troubles have
Switnesses over, to i then th rul. he rain also or
e w appear before of the tril dially welcomed by the farmers of this
". to appear before the trial section. ThO otly totable it, they say,
M*** iRt r~&it h j also onr the' edf?^. *- I : *

r*, bill to regulate force and ,f-
of judrgmont% and decrees ren-
Sby: disqualifted judges, reported
AlWobly", nd abill to enable er-
adgeS to amend their minutes out
m by giving proper notice. Two,
rOf Mr. Itivers' bills are now in
h~ls of comlnittees, one regulat-
)ltbilty on the part of corpora-
S*"hen one l absorbed by another,
A WI to.povide liens for material,
d lab&toiers, a. d to provide a
fdfor tare enforcement of the
RPg the prominent v iitori to thbe
st this weei were Dr. Monl-
py of tMieaopy and Ol WOT.
Isi"a0 n of Uainesv*i lBosh:
jll4Phvbe many friends aston g
.eo.6- a ba, tWa
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acts on the
liver; curet Chil;a
and Fever, and every-form of
J Malarial,' Billis, Reintting and itcr
mtttlng Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the
, tout. k, .-.i..I pFTrmaent cure.


For Sale by Julenson Bros., G ainesvill i



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Advances made. WN vhouase charges free. Firm offers:
made by let ter or wirt. Correspolnd-
t, rtru e oicitk d.

Voetailors and Jobbeors i

Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Orain, Sarden Seed and Fertilizers.
Highest market price pa.l for COhickens. Eagu and other Prlndueo

A Complete stook of Hay, Corn, Oatis Flour, Bran, Meal, Cotton Soeod
and Rye. We handle only the VERY BEST goods at the LOW
EST PRIOES, and guarantee satisfaction always.


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IV a general bsaii buslnese, buy aD s1ll Forelan and Donmtilo MEexoanlP
he sacou nt0 of ba kI, banker. ooora ttlOm. lanrtoer, muerchnt% and oahero
reoelvel on ftvorStew ternn. 8peial feolsUeua to rusalinig oluUeotioaun on o"
SoessIble poltA Ina the Uultd U tite l.

Gainesville & Gulf Railway Company
Time' Table in effect January 4,. 1002.
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No. No, 5,.
Daily o. No. N .. No. 1. No. 8. D ,lly
Ix9't Dally Dally. TATIONH. DHll. Dally. KX't
8uiiday jMu

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12 40 7 80Ar 7 8b .,mpoon City ...I 810 ( 1 14)
18 .10 8 0 m- SufdAr, o' A & 7 40, .-
9g I F^ .I tty, 0. F I. 7 7 4 .
1 p T...T1iath*e f, if'. ... 1 4 p a 16 ... .
& 1 lA al4. j.. .. el tI t I ..A
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4 h:n"t it com m ences to rait here It .. -t 1 ) ..o r M 4. .. It WS;ill; ... 4 .
never stops. A v A P v PI.
Repreenta-tive Willard is still ab-
sent on tho special committee. n I T las S lad 4 will tot runa between ltA ville awrnl witrjlhl o Hu<.laty
gating the convict camps and Is ex- -. .BARIKM Genoetrl Supmrint indent.
pected to .return in dayd or two. J F HlL,' Agent. JAH. M. 01RAHAM. Pr The Wastes of the body. '* -Mt ..
Every eveii Jay. the bloood,. .m le W Ybmr.
and bones of a Iman of average Plaitei and G rowers oflg
l]oe two pounds of worisot. tiGuea. vse of andffoO e4 .
This waste cannot be r*epleni .f edd, tape Se a Isnd Cottoo wil sl1
the health and .treungth kept op w.... ZSU i
(out ptfeet digestio"..Wheeh at0R. ,.
out wr1c1 dig'i lo.wte i it to the interest to e
sto m ac~h a *)l d ig esti~v omy .sly.' L r "ef .w
perform tWeir furnetiona, twhe "tr.jtaia ***' q* t
let% down, health ir-es wD,.. tbati r O aq Ir.
gas to d ie and assimilate all oA I PA l .
rito is bl ...asss rt.10sth
c*a proesees thet aJ he 5o.{ s. o.
itetc of soh u ab a M aly "
to tb a OWN&,

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Dreas well and keep cool with
our latest patterns in Negligep
Shirts, Sumamar Hoaliery, Sunmoer
Ties and Hats, A new suit of
light weight clothes, no npatt A r
what shade, is the thing for this
linmo of year.
Madras Cloth Shirts $1,
That are really $1.60 goods the
world over. They are cool and
Fine Shoos
For ladles a1nd gntat, and prices
that catch the purso. Our goods
re roanblc.




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G0inesville Machine Works
Can turn and stralgihten whole length.
of Shifting auul Pipe(Outting
up to 12 trehi',.

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rtao 4 ost m n iaS e matter,

e^t,,soi^r ave
^J s^:/,i o JESS i k$ UR Co it oedto a

age W.4tM. saser,; 8,t li' "atnows 48n
atcip aperv pfbitde4 every o -
s"6w Sod T hSursdae b carriers all the
,a iz n t 0 un ^eSv e

r1n sye.t stpi lti r 5es 'otierw1e
)et 4IaW ostre to t o t ow a to.
e ai0o0e a ,ed '* \'oi Aj .

O',! ib miA~0'0 6 y so r TUaMP


are having a lively time in
over the action of some of the
I the public school' whIh has
the 'uspension of twenty pu-
Whether he quarrel is over the
lin: of a church,. synagogue,
room or metery thereis .never
lsiaiamipa buit'. what' ltgoes' the
I^ ,eults .l saime of thi, 'leadn
'is'p othe placSa makI ng about.
a 41ierent klnd. of asses of them-

01tia ago a boy by the name of.
,l0 x.on of a doctor of Tampa,
... iirae in the I aublo' school
f teacher ha& applied dis-.
at ithts and almost In..
i0 4,' to him in the pres-'
: l oh children, Hli Is only
j bot lve years of age, but.
|i 1 r, king. trouble
tp iav been without limit,. He
sMathy of many of his fel-
pil and some ofthem went so
St tAst min hi effort to ro-
hk possession Of his seat in the school
twithitandin that he was
: ithaitisingand il]ly, part of the.
ntrioversy'eame tonight in the pub-
0isL hed action' of the School Board of
ihai county, which sustained the
eache'r andt a hholeealesiuspension of
plptl of thiat school. Twenty have
been :uspeided and there is no telling
'where, the",row will id. Teachers
(ould be, stated to, a poht within
the bounds of reAtson, but in this case
the Sbhool Board reprimanded the
teacher for the use of disrespectful
ls nguae in t heschool room and thten
4ntiisround and deprives twenty pu-
pill i rom; the privilege of attending,
'bhool by susta.inng 'the teacher's ao0-
to _n Stupid and silly proceedings
thele are.

.The averafge.life of 'a loomotive on
the railways of England is twenty-six
years, and on those ,o Frane$ twenty-
.:iKl nne years. In the United. States their
Sslife of an engine is but eighteenW yeqra
not because the good die young, but
because t has run" in 'eighteen years,
aboutf- 2,000,000 iles, a distance the
-E!nglih shloomotive would be given
thirty-six yearsto cover.
SAoording to statistics compiled in
:1901 there are in the United States
r1,06IO.7 Masons, 910,128 Odd Foellows,
S601,00 Knights of Pythias, 420,000
VUited Workmen. The above so*
Oeletiestogether with 145 other promi-.
nant fraternal organizations, have ato-
.tal of over 7,000,000 in lt1,000 estab-
I lishied lodges throughout the country.
It is rumored that King lEdward's
horses are to be exhibited at" the St.
ouis fair. 'Auid, of course, a small"
'Ar4y of attendants will accompany
i4n.. ,Think.of it! All the King's
$ i'oes and all the king's niuen

be largest aispragus farm of' the
Ssaid to be the one of 1.700
s te Sto !n, Cal., ad near it
lr "la rms, bringing' thi

h l i lat'codition is your house
ut^Ni4^gs? Perhaps you need'
S s ti aint. You

'y $ettoWe.sWo'th of Matdison i
ty i oryct .o l ground190s foutro noedrc

ole'red bylBenSahtor AdaSms akinA I
adultery the only grounds for divorce
and the 'ubstiti'ite. wit promptly
lopted. 'eon'itb .a sbs taui,,e1 bill.
w^i p0eduponits final passage in the'
B peat it wis d'eieated by a vote', of 15
S16. By reference to the journal it
will be seen,;t)ht'of the 16 voting in
the affirmative, fve. of .hose senators
who in 100i1'vo'ted for the incurable in-
a nity measuree wore Willing to repeal
the act, provided, however, that .oihr
and miinor groiids were also elmimIh t-
4. These senators were Adams, Carson,
McOreary,' Crewe, Rouse These gentle-
Am en ,_arvei..ii oid--.wrg- o--l
Scriptural grounds for divorce, but ab-
solutely and consistently opposed to
their remaining on the statute books
tfftie State many minor and compara-
tively lighter gronus when only an
effort Itomade to repeal one of 'far
greater iiagnitude. There ila some-
what peculiar phase of the sia on.
Had even only one of those eti
advocates of.the repeal of the liti-
cally obnoxious clause joined with the
15, not only would the insurable insan-
Ity divorce clause have been repealed,
but also there would be today a law in
Florida on the divorce question, abso-
lutely it conformity with that em-
boied In' the Scriptures. And it must
also be borne in mind that originally
:ihe Senate was quiok to adopt the
Adams substitute for the special legis-,
lation at first suggested.
And in this short resume of the mat-
t0r It is not unlnterestingto again note
the vote on the question of granting
4livorce only on Scriptural rounds in
Florida. Yeas-Mr. Preeldent( Adams),
'Senators Bailey, Blitch, Brown, Car-
son, Crews, FeUlkner, McOaskill, Mc-
(reary, Noel, Rouse, Scott, Stookton,
Wadsworth-15. Nays-Blount, But-
klr, Crill Dimick, Gillen, Harris, Kirk,
Law, Miller, Palmer, Peacock, Raney,
Sams, Whidden, Wilson of the 7th,
Wilson of the 14th.

There are flfteent United States senn-
tors who are nililioiniaros, possessing
In the aggregate m about $11.8,0(),00),
While the wealth of each runs from
$2,00(WX) to $20,000,000. A New York
speolil to the Oincininati ] nquitor
gi-ves the names ol this ',niillionairuc
club" of the Senate its follows: NNel-
son'iW. Aldrich, $5,0(X0,tXo); Hussetl A.
Alger, $20,,00),O()0; l.,ovi Ankeny., $10,-
000,000; Thos. R. 'Bard, $2,000.XX0>;l
Wmn. A. Olark,, $15,000,000; COhaviuoy
M..Depew, $2,000(,00(); Jiihn F. 1)rydeih,
$2,000,000; Stephen B. Elkius, $20,tKX),-
000; Marlts A. l11aina, $10,0(X.,0K)J;
John Kean, $5,000,000; Thos. Kea rns,
$5,000,000; tedfield Proctor, $10,000,-
000; Matthew S. Quay, $2, 500,000;
Nathan B1. Scott, $4,000,000; Oeo. P.
Wetmore, $20,000,000.

Corn husks during the present sea-
son have been bought utip for the pur*
pose of utilihing them in the manu-
facture of a new style of hat, which
may become both fashionable and popu-
lar nezt summer. The process of
working corn husks into hats is novel,
somewhat intricate, and ia protected
by patent. It is said that samples al-
ready turned out are artistic, light and
etrong. _

State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County. a '
Frank J. Oheney makes oath that he

is senior partner of the (irm of F. J.
(Oheuey & Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo, County anid Stte afore-
staid, aild.that ,sad firm will pay One
Hlunidred Dollars for each aniid every
case Of Catarrh that cannot be cured
by the lise of Halls. Ca:tarrh Cure.

Sworn. to before ime and mtubsribed
in lily presece. this t tih day of D l-
cember, A. 1D. 1880.
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a 'A "A N tary lPLbiitie.
1 al'W Catarrh Ou rolls taken intern-
ally, and ats directly oil the bloodl and
uiouo surfaces'of the syitemli. Stnd
for te0stiniinhl.fre ,
F. J, 0Hw v tV Co., Toledo,0.
Sold by1 all 16rgt iT66. e
Halls Eanlly Pill are the best.
pn ..t. srvttUe' PFor Life.
Conutantiiatl5 sy May M,-fhe easa
as ,ereq zt" that teteu e eat .o
ft% MO, LAA&
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Atlantic Ooa0 t ine Offet One Way
S; RatestoHoneseekers.
The Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
Company will partiaipite in one way
settlers' rates from Ohio and Missis-
sippi river gateway s-;-inointiati, 0.,
Louisville, Ky., Evansville, TId.i Pa-
ducah, Ky., Cairo, Ill., St. Louis, Mo.,
and points beyond; also in basing rates
from Memphis, Tenn. (tickets not to
be ,old- from Memphis proper)., for
po ti; on and north of the line of the
Frisco system (Memphis to Kansas
City), to the following points in Flor-
ida, Georgia, North and South Car-
olina and Alabama located on this
system, or to which the company forms
part of an authorized ticketing route,
at following rates under conditions
named: i
Rate-One-half of the standard one-
way fare, plus $2.00.
Dates of sale-Marchl aand 17r 90o;
Api i 7 and 21, 1903; May 5 and 19,
1908; June 2 and 16, 1908; July 7 and
21, 1903; August 4 and 18, 1908; Sep-
tember 1 and 15, 1903; October 6 and
20, 1908; November 3 and 17, 1903.
Limit-Continuous passage.
Conditions--Contract and each cou-
pon of tickets to be faced "second-
class, not good in parlor or sleeping
re are some of the staple crops of
V4 fferent sections of this territory:
All vegetables and small fruits,
peaches, pears, grapes, figs, oranges,
pineapples, grapefruit, watermelons,
citrus and other fruits, wheat, corn,
oats and other grains, tobacco, cotton,
peanuts, bay, rice.
The policy of the Atlantic Coast Line
ia to foster all developments along its
It claims that it is the greatest
trucking road in America, and it pro-
vides very facility for getting farm,
gardeiiand. rchard products to the
northern markets in the best possible
condition, in shortest time, and at low-
est rates.
In no part of the country is there a
greater abundance of game and fish
than on this line.
Northern .farmers are invited to
writefor information in detail about
the territory of the Atlantic Coast
The Hepeeter.
Jim-Would you call a man who
steals another, man's funny stories or
his plots an4 uses them a literary
thief t
Jams-No. I would call him a second
storymrnan.-Baltimore Herald.

Hoo d's Sarsaparilla
Ilas won Huccess far b'yound the effect
of nadvertisin.z only.
'Thle sr,.ct of its wonderful popular-
ity is expl'aiiid by its unapproachable

BIased- upon a prescription which
cared people considered incurable,
fHood's Sarsaparilla
Unites the best-known vegetable remn-
edics, by such a combination, propor-
tion and process as to have curative
power peculiar to itself.,
Its cures of scrofula, eczema, psorl-
asig, and every kind ot humor, as well
as catarrh and rheumatism prove
Food's Sarsaparilla
the beat blood purifier ever produced.
Its cures of dyseepsia, loss of appe-
tite and that tired feeling make it the
greatest stomach tonic and strength-
restorer the world has ever known.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
Is a thlioroushly good medicine. IBegin
to take U TODAY. Get IIOOJYS.

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Will stop your rent and buy
you a holme. For inftomation
call on .

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If So then your system is out of balance, and
there i a flawv somewhere in your constitution,
and a possibility that you are losi-g health, too.
Thbafling off in weight may beslight, but it makes ,
a wonderful change in one's look and feelings, and
unless'the building up process is begun in time,
vitality and strength are soon gone and health
quickly follows. If you are losing weight there is
a cause for it. Your blood is deteriorating and
becomiv.g too poor to properly nourish the body, and it must be purlite
and enriched before .ost weight is rcrained. It requires something nis
than a:1 ordinary tonic to build v.p a feeble constitution, for unless the po6tio5 o
and gcrus tWh t ra murkhirig iu. the Mlood are destroyed, they will further i,
poverish the blood and weaken the system, and you continue to lose weight!
SIn ,. S. S. will be found purifyig 'dud tonic properties combined. It
bat a cut and destroys s WONDERFUL GAIN IN WEIGHT.
and poisons of every description and ... ailtalAla-,re-3
aleuse^r-tre*sytte -fe-:TT! l Thpu:ritics, poma years ago =y.genoerl hea.lh
thus L-ying the found dation for a gave way; any nervous system :W. 1
healthy, tead increase in wight hatterod, .an I could get notbhA .
i.ucl futui-e good health do mr_- gy good till I begsu t
S u o a.. S. 2. I commenced to improve, %
Food r7 lac hlxbrt.f".I and the cn.1 My 0p0etite became sp le .I
appetite good, but still the systuc and from 1 5 pounds I increBoaed
weakens and we remna.in por ir.n Iesh lo. I became well agai by takNl
unless what we eat is properly di gested .3 S. S. and Would take no fmox t fQf~
and turned irto ricli, pure blood. tl.o good it did me. My healthtoI
S. SS. re-inforces the Stotmach and now Porfeot, and I believe It eve~r.4
aids the di.estion and aassiilation of body would take a bottle of ". i
food, and there is a rapid up-building I am doing. W. L. VWINTO ~.
of health anid strength. S. S. S. acts -.
promptly and beneficially upocn the flervous system, strengthens and tonee ,i
it up, a'd rtievius the straia by producingr- sound, refreshing sleep. Yoml
can find i.o toyi Qso invigorating as S. S. S., and being composed exclusivel
cf roots and herbs its use is attended with no bad effects. Old people
find thzt it braces them up, improves the circulation of the blood, 4Ad
stimulates all the bodily organs, 'an
pe rsons of delTcate constitutions c~_
talc S. S. S. with safety, as it does ixoit'
derange the- Stomach. ii he the strozi
mineral remedies, but acts gently anit
without any shock to the system. ThoSoe
whose feelings tell them they are not
strong or well, and who are growing thinner and falling below their usual
weight, should take a course of S. S. S. and build up again. S. S. S, iSa,
recognized everywhere as the leading blood purifier and the safest and best
of all tonics. We cheerfully furnish medical advice, without charge, tqialA
who will write us. 17 SWIFT PECIFIO OO, ATLATA, 4
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Acar" hor.ltfantum Drrhoe Dsenteryand the Bowel Trouble
T A eiAides Pietion, Reilates th owels,qStien thens th Child andMA
TETHING EASY. GurKrui tons and ores. Colio ives and Thrush. ftemovee
and prevents Worms. T NKTHINA Countereots and 6Ovroomes the Effects of ths
Summers' heat upon Tiething Children, and oots onl 23 cents at Orugglsta, or
mall as oents to C. J. MO'FKTT., M. D.. 8t. Louis. Mo.

Florida Eas


Coast Ry.

In Effect April II, 1903.

No. 991 No. 29 TiN No. 9a No. 78
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SVt.1la Visited by :1',;000,
d4, Va,, May 2.--Over t*,o
uildlngs in West Point, Va.,
river terminus of the South-
ay, are in ashes as the re-
fire of unknown, o:igIn, whdch
.,u'hortly afttr 1 'clock this
'tho Ibuildings burned are
ress offices, the postofflee, the
In house aud a number of
SA lire engine was sent from
a special tanin, The people
the fire with buckets until the
of the Iichmond flremnen, when
Gotten under control.
gh estimate-s place the loss at
0, wit'i no estimate of insur-
No lives wore lest
latest news from West Point
t the fire is ont-- a-ad ltirfOTii
were bhuned over, Instead of
Oas at tirst re'pOrtd. All the
ess houses are dt- 'royed and
Ot 30 frnmilleos are hi. v l..a.s. T ',:
6llI ngt exceed pre'viouIs c'sti-
T, The In;a -.a:VI 1 4 L talmma L:-I
third of the lcst :,
Traveling is Dangerous.
onttant motion jars the kidneys,
ah are kept in place in the body by
.ote attachments. This is the rea-
.that travelers, trainmen, street
4aen, teamsters and all who drive
..y muoh, suffer from kidney disease
m)otne form. Foley's "Kidney Oure
S kngthens the kidneys and cures all
1 *9of kidney and bladder disease.
0,.E. Hausan,. locomotive engineer,
ina, 0., writes, "Constant vibration
!the engin caused me a great deal of
nble with my kidneys, .-aid I got no
|lef until I used Foley's Kidney
4iwe' BSold by W. 0. Wallace's drug

oedlcatlon of Foreign Section at the
World's Fair.
St. Louis, 'May 2.-"International
pay," the second of the trio devoted
'to the dedicanton of the Louisiana Pur
itcase exposition broke fair with prom
I e of better weather than that of yes.
,4tetday. The day was devoted tc
greetingss to and responses by repre
p entatives of foreign nations, which
,rlll have buildings at the fair, the,
Oce'dlngs canstiitutlng the dedication
.it the foreign section.
The history of the ILouisiana purchase
,'Under its three sovereigntles-Spalin
:' rance and the United States, was stug
geted ini the appearance of threc
speakers-- enor OJedna, the Spanisli
minister; 1. Jussf'rand, the Freneh
ambassador, and D. R. Franels, prest
dent of the exposition. The Liberal
Arts 'building, where the exerciseE
took place, still wore its dress of yes
terday, the mingled colors of Spain,
France and the United States, and
.the speeches of the trinity of Inter
wt In the exposition were notable.
The X-Rays.
Recent experiments, by practical
tests and exam tinat ion with thio aid of
the X-Rays, esCt lish} as a fact that
atarrh of the stozniaclh is not a disease
of itself, but that it result from re-
asted attacks of iid igestion. "How
rtn I Cure My Indigewtion?" Kodol
SDyspepsia Cureo is curing thousands.
It will cure you of indigestionand dye-
the stomach. Kodol digests what you
eit--a akes the stomach sweet. (Sold


Found as Stowaway on Japansee Liner
For Honolulu.
onclulit.I ay 2.---(By Pacific Ca.
Sble).--Tlhe Jalsn.ct's liner Nippon Ma-
ru, which arrkd' from the Orient to-
S day, has amn slan e'xile nana Ivan Vuaop oninst l
S rceniy a.?, tap:d from Sa;ai. alin Isl4nld.
Beo boar:'! cd the V'e.s' )l at Yokohama
e.a a. stowsa'Afa. When (liscovetoen h"
Slaid bo av.a4 r o7, n rif a wt-atlthy rs-.
W dent of 'St., V tr'nt)li'g V. hl I! a &tz u.
dent at a M:ii'tI.'y S'l*a,<" hbr wag cou
icted of r goei' and with a n11t10" r
o tf o h'. s ot,'s 3was ',nt to Savhatln l:taid.j
Here two of them had died be-fore No .
ulaki with ,,other stnd'iA riad his
eSCa-)pe. On h,-ariflg his story the pas
sen. gers on thc Nippon MSarm purch a
4S a ftrst-class passage for hirm to this
SportL He will join thb Rlusstan. colo-,
l taer Hilo
Doesn't Respect Old Age.
It'* eful when youth fadil toi
ow plr per respe '"t for old age, but
'" t th. contra ri in the cTn*w of DIr.
I:.' e'" New .Lie Pills, 'r h4y cut Off
v,( #lh*s no matter how and rrkarct.
I*:! of old age. Dyspeapns.Jaundi.',
I Wever, pt-ion all yied to thlis
i. peifct Pill. .. t all r1rog stotsi.
I f tilven I$0wW00 Damages.
Rleigh. 2M' ,.--T-h Judy Ji the
A:lt of Wats"o against the SeMbordM
i. U.5 vethe plat iUa $10.0"M n'.Sf
'i,' WSge ''e vta1sc forw the m*)

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ar e d st fatal of al di-

FOLEY'S1o11^ c .,w 0
EC 0 uaraitntd RKldJ
or money refunded. Contains
remedies recognized by emi
nent physicians as the best for
Kidney and Bladder troubea.

AIAnEi V wrilt to MRS. A. ,
LADlLSVEl WEI)NDT, carol of Fr dgar
A CO., Jacksonville. Fla., for circular
describing the VlC(rTO)I A PROTYEcT-
OR, or send 1.(0O asd waist measure.
Special terms to lady agents.


Makes a specialty of
Compounding Prescriptions
as they should be.

Frebh stock of )DRUGM,
Full Line Patent Medianaes
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mst. 11 nLmmty. Repith
U. o 2k r$ as Led all orm emed less IN
i *ioxC a Exiis .A.X*XJ|~ :D'Wll^l-c r ea-r ei . 4
l Now. .JAMES F. BA LARD, St Loul,.

For ale by ,!,biisout Bros.. (,.inesville

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Great DIQtlnitibn Reported From Por
/.''tiens 6f Pennsylvania.
1Briofbrd,, Pa., May 2.-The worst
.tortt fifes atn the history of this see
tion of Penhnsylvania are raging, ana
a million dollars' worth of property
hbs -been destroyed. The forests have
been ablaze for the past week, but the
fires were kept under control by large
gangs of Mten until Thursday morning,
when a stiff southeast gale sprang up
and fanned the smouldering em-bers
into -& roaring mass of flames.
Watsonville, 10 nliles, south of this
city, is reported as being destroyed,
and It Is feared that a number ol
lives have been lost.
At 'Simpson, where the forte-t ia
thick and a large number of oil wells
are located, tle fire was very fierce
On both sides gf the railroad the woods
were a mass of flamesr and swept ovel
aa area of 2 miles, taking ev-rytiln
in their path. The people of the
town were rescued by a special train
bring run as far as Davis City, and,
brought to this city. The town was

A Runaway Bicycle
Terminated with an ugly cut on the
leg of J. B. Ornor, Franklin Grove, Ill.
It developed to a stubborn uleer un-
yielding to doctors and remedies for
four years. Then Bucklen's Arnica
Salve cured. It's just a good for Burns,
Scalds, Skin Eruptions and Piles. 25c,
at all drug stores.
Secretary Hay's Acknowledgement
Washington, May 2.-Secretary Hay
has made a graceful acknowledgement
of Russia's statement of her purpoSe
relative tO Manchuria involving ?er
refutation of silnster designs in that
quarter. The secretary's note, ad.
dressed to Count Cassant, expresses
regret that there should have lbee
even a temporary misconception ot
doubt as to Russia's position in the
matter and seizes the opportunity to
return the thanks of this governmentt
for the frank and satisfactory declare,
tlon of Russia's principles. Inciden.
tally, of course, the note serves td
make permanent a record of Rumta's
position as verbally erplained to thd
United States.

G Gainesville,


Flo rida

Men We Want to Talk To.
1'c, belies tht / ,, I', m/ nm in (;ibidi hisfir/// c, c' < i ( fn< 4.11 ft
every ti(an int Gain i ? i' /, / ,ik I' tfh positive fJt/s it f/ a t hat
etmegw, maln i tGain.itri.c ,i'old comn .siratti/f / es f.or ti /I is, do/,-ling.
JBach week we will pn/,l/ish rt li(t(I' (ri/ ntn/ on /thim ,,' ct 7hit
u'ek's arg li ent is di,', <'t"'


^ Buying the boast if the easenct)
of true econtony. Gooed clothing
is cheaper than poor clothing-no
matter what tht resopeotiv prices
may be.

We tll thr' be t clothing thati
ema b5 cnik' (Me' note b/e'), aind
thf prica lent it fo' r'ith r Asiinemas or
drens wa r ef tin b beto/ahf .fnw the
nid."ft sfu m $i 12tX), mi ntl itf ill
otldlol't a(y ftlw wt N ts t ohrdl.
'Al t9in Wtfwce// fo "(boat tfh4 r101d0
imiom e n1td itf t'il retcin its
b/I]f,'l/ti/# mn /",It / ,< fter thf/. r itr '
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trintl' ,tln d

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ui ho gets thei l 'wt-C'lotlrin -i-lti -
World ." ande l\\h I anIIti Stilh If ff P.
l1ros, A Co. of bn;ltlnioora'. All tli'air us Draper*

garments ihtatr thi, nabel:

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One Cenp a Word.
Advertliemens orf ten Words or more ''a
this head inserted for One Gent a Word. ial
in advance, eteh Inertion,
Please anAwer advertlsementsM as 4d a4"A
In the advertlsement.
The olontidenoe of all porons lnasertll;!o ,tO,
loees sltined *With Initials will loe r0*epeetelE
Their n ules will sot hbe rivnu to Incultrerx. .

DO YOU want ,aWenirqr M oiMcbhineI1? X.so. aob
buy unat you havo > een,. we I ORn Wy :'y ,
money I keep on hini he beat mise M
ne ot mntolhinee. Old malinlues takeu Q x*
change. Seoond-lsud lacuol.,ab t yout o-** ,; ')
price. C alllonor add,.ross C.A. A. T1u .-0M
awent The SioIr >Ir 0o.. I.0,1OxIT
Gainesvhlie. ta. 4-7-i0lw tf :
IIAL" P Iv t+I P W'ANTED .-M ALt.. :^ :j;

tinie rquretd byi our iwtelx. nPri t% ex*- ,
iat voI y no '0. it) 10SO, tools, (1, 0II' t% r lsh vi taO te.too md for 1 o(t ti u..'
fr,,. MOi) i AJlli KIlllt COIL-t.,i': Now
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rHlet piaito (or this trynlrng olimats, tands.l hl
tuno lolie'or Uthil others, oonstrtlotoe of
best Inmteritit, anil millmt artlaito
worktiuniwhip obtaitnbe,
ll tod (latta in every
delotall tnd tt-

Sold by rn contluroutly for

without a single failure. If you
wantt a piano for a lifetime's
serviov buy tho
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C trlil, We istv frwight Write
for ri;te't, Tt)IA V

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Southern Music House,
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144t One of Our ctaologoues.

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0 oi litch Honoyred4 by Seleo


f Who is, Su.ffeing From Peu
onia-N 14mbe f 'New Slls intro-

aes'ident Adaims r y e
k Fr'day"o aternlon amoundig te
diagerous il ess of his. brotheoi at,

ng' 1ro' peomn(ia for the past tlre
i'^^^8 enatdm Adams left last nigh
0oe ot his t brother.
t eiate 'convened at 10
hi ornltog in t1he atbsen0
depro te., etor Blitl
eademporarIy president4
b1i fntrodmeed included the
Dr. im'ckSenate bill No. :87,
bi&ng and .to enlargee the powers
t~iw.ty and privjege of 0the fctyI of
i, Zade county, Florlda', nd to
Anthorfze the said oUtry of Mi*tnti to

^^n (of ;amending its .eharter, fixing
: tirms of o.ftlof and mode of ele-
,of certainn offers; reftre'd to
mionmittee on cly and county or
t Mr. lount-Senate bill No. 188,,
Sto cobnd tional sales of.pe'soa,
ity;. preferred to the. sot
(n udlolary.
..f f:ount-Seniate bill o
AA g hrove Tuesday, commonly
ardl Gras, a legal holiday
I 'Min towns and oitiess to thi'
referred to the; committee on
gcrn .ouIt-SOnatep bill 1 o. ":00,
hiBitin;g and punlshtig as misde-.
lalS ors certain msrous ot, an-l con.a
4,*t*4; refel'ared to the committee on
f t-SeItate bill No. 191,
ff;,llal. reporterusin the.
|lt courts of :he State, and ,-to re.-
Jstl sct4ig 1890 of the Revsled Stat-
& elating to the appointment and
'fttatson of stenogradphers, and to
?W be ,$h eie0t as evidence of. the
liIkrlpts m.ade by' said reporters;
pto lthe committee o.on judi-,
E rown-Seote joint rosolu-
tIot4 1,82; :that thdo Legislature do
Aoi". iue die'at 12 o'clok noon, the
4 dary of May 1.908; .referred to the.
SSeon legiala~tve expenses.
S i)4. rew tSenate bill No 198,
i d section two., of an act enti-
p 4 establishing a fine and for-.
ae fund in the several counties,
: lating. the payment of crimina
il .authbrilsng a speolal tax for
4~4 and proving for the. feed
Aerl and term of q onviots, and
4414 Mai .90,i s89s;. referred- to
S iommlttee on judiciary.,
y Ur, Biter-Senate bill No. 194,
te: a omnmi.sion for the .revision
b te wi of Florida relating to ot mx*
op provide for .the appolntmrent of
1 oominist.ioners, prescribed the du-
ln4d'flic tbeompenesa tn ort igne;.
to 'tc ,tae .oomnmittee oni flnance
lii axation. :
SMrr. Sboockton-Senate bill. No.
1) to prevent the employment And
tntiHon of children, under. certain
nadt undor .e certabin- conditio,, in
~aihfOturgr esltabiishgnents, pack-
P f t house, coinmihercial hindtstries,.
i re.and 'renovating establish
I0t,4au^ prescrilbinu penalty for the

lM1tlt io thereof referred to the
ti btte 1on organized labor.
fi'Mr. Soodtt-Sonate bill.No, 190,
jiiftihg who are emigration agents,
berlin :ga tax thbron, also. provide
la penaty; referred to the commit-.
,on mlgration..
8[.r...'eacook-Senate bll No, l17,
glaring wherein : certain facts. onit.
^.''fsfudiad'to presorib: a pb-
$uhment ^^,*,it oh, aas to*re
8tatotos of the Sftie -of Flord e -
MiXd l th' committeee 6n J

i tor gorm t r e

to appropriate money for the equip-
ieit of t)le gymnasium in connection
with the inIversity of' Florida, re-
tre-d to the committee on appro-
prra ion, ..... ,s
:Mri. ^'eacock--Senate Bill No. 210,
to pivide for service by publication
'of ummonis ad repondendum In eases
of assumptih, referred to the commit-
te dn juIdiciary,
By Mr. Brown-Senate Bill No, 211,
to require railway companies and other
'efrrjers to equip their flat cars used
for asrryinhg limber and timber, with
standards, supports, strips, railings
and, other appliances necessary to the
safe carriage of such lumber and tim-
bers, to provide that the weight of all
of said appliances be included in the
weight of the ears, to provide pay for
the shipper by the carrier in case of
default on the part of the latter, and
for other purposes, referred to thecornm-
inittee on railroads.
In the House.
Bills were introduced in the lHose
as follows:
By Mr. Mason of Duval-House bill
No. 822, affecting the government,
jurisdiction, powers and duties of the
city of Jaoksonville, in the county of
Duval and State of Florida, and its
oflooers, boards and employes, pro-
scribing a mhode of amending its char-
ter, declaring the manner of its grant-
ing franchises, creating new offtoe ,
prescribing the duties of certain of-
floers and boards, and providing for
the time and manner of appointment
and election of the same, and repeal-
ing section 1 of chapter 4842, laws of
Florida; referred tothe committee ont
oity and county organizations
By Mr. Finlayson of Lafayette-
House oBill No. 823, to organize a mnu-
r iipil government for the town of
SMay, and to provide for its govern'-
inenut; referred to the committee oin
city and county organizatian.
IBy Mr. St. Olair-Abrams of Lake-
House Bill No. 824, to amend sections
106 and 15 title 8, chapter 11, of their
Revised Statutea.of the State of Flor-
ida; referred to the committee on
By Mr. J.ewell of Orange-House
Bill No, 825, to provide for the cancel-
lation of oettain illegal tax sale cer-.
tifeates held and owned by the State
of Florida ;referred to the committee
on finance and taxation.
By Mr. orne' of Jackson-House
Bill No, 22 to repeal chapter 4794,
laws oftFlorida, acts of 109, prohibitt-
ag the catching of food fish from.. the
(tt's water streams of C.alhoun cort"
tyi'Flbrida, daring rlertain month, of
th; year, and providing a penalty
therefor; referred to the committee
By M. MsNtmeof Hullmborough--
iotet o, 2- to amMt4 st0ootoI
Z,,aia4 8 oft'hapterw 478ofth laws'
ot~lortd. belya w* Mt eittled an!

-nave uavt jejatJ always recommend it to my friends, as
I am confident there isno better made.
It is a dandy for burns." Those who
live on farm are especially liable to
many accidental outs,, burns and
bruises, which heal rapidly when Bal-
lard's .Jnow Liniment is applied. It
should always be kept in the house for
cases of emergency. 25o, 50c and $1.00
at Johnson Bros.
Telephone Girls on Strike.
Asheville, N. C., May 9.-All tih
girls of the telephone exchange struck
-because the company would not recoo
nize their -ulon. Operatives have no4
been found to tase their places' at".
though managers 4ave bought tbel
from several southern citIes
Not a Sick Day Since.
"I was taken very sick with kidney
trouble. I tried all sorts of medicines,
none of which relieved me. One day I
saw an ad. of your Electric Bittersand
determined to try that. After taking a
few dqses I felt relieved, and soon
thereafter was entirely cured, and have
not seen a sick day since. Neighbors of
mine have been cured of Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Liver and Kidney troubles
and General Debility." This is what B.
F. Bass, of Freminont, N. C., writes.
Only 50o. at all druggists
Edwa rd Arrives In Paris.
Paris, May 2.--4ing l1dwar'd arrlv.
ed here at 3 o'clock thin afternoon. H4e
was vreetod' at the frontier by Presa.
dent Loubet. The b ad played "God
av the Ktg," and ame troops oB
duty premtd ar me. He wore t.6
matform of a rItlsh toeld marebh.
What is Foley's Kidney Cure?.*
Answer; It is made from a perserip-
tion of a leading Chiego physician,
and one of the moat eminent in the
country. The ingredients are the
purest that money can buy, and are
oioentiflcally combined to get their ut-
most value. Sold by W... Wallaee's
drug store.

New Desgm In itAll Slas.

A Full Asswrtment, lueladin
his Lttt Patterns.
Sprinand Summer


t r ~t ofrie4 tasl ags and under certain eon-
and~4 to provide for 4ts juiedhction, tents, paeling houses, commercial
power d pIvil^ee; pssed: idtre g, la,.a dries, xd renovwting
Sil No. establishments, and'providing penal-
201, effoottp the over #nt, p wers, ti"e for the Violatipn. threof ; re.erred
e esbh^ ^an lecioio of to the committee on organized labor.
ctyortiaktIon 'the, aont mnri ,al A Farmer Straightened Out.
.l.o.rlt.; :.'L....d: "A man living on a tarm *near here
JPt4t0.n:oin: .cresolu, ame in a short time ago ,ompletely
Mir, pd.o 0 oosn on endo doubled up with rheu pismfti, I hand-

tol th, men ntWttu- days later ae alked in o the mste as
"'M" a s stiralgh.akso trying and handed me a
SWila enate Bill6 No. dollar, ayi, 'give me another bottle
to m ake tax deeds tsed or to be of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. I want
issued-under the provisions and in the it in the house all the time, for it cured
for prescribed by chapter 4888 of the me.'" Fqr sale by all druggists and
_l_-_-lrid _------. medicine companies.
title, referred to the committee on $1,000,000 IN THIRTY DAYS.
finance and taxation. --- -
.A*y Mr. Wiliam-s-Senate Bill No. Earnings of Southern Railw.ay Syster.,
206, toamtend sections 953 and 958 of For Marc.
the 'rev, ed statUtes of. the State of New York, May 2.-The eArnings of
Flori4d, relating to harbor masters, re- other o a a sitA m r t oe
ferried to the committee on commerce ver .the correponding roGnth of last
and navigation. year.
By Mr. Butler-Senate joint resolu .I'he gross, earni:gpg of the Southern
tion No, 207, proposing an, amends- last month wore $L810,5f00,,12, The
meant to section 5 of article 8 of the expenses and tnxc3 of the systnnm
o6nstituti. n of the State of Florida, amounted to $2,Sal1,e 97.10, mniking the
relating to county conumissioners, re- net earnings $ l:;,821.02, which Is an
feiirredto the committee on constitu- Incre1ase over March o last year of
ttina amendments. $14',13423.
i** amendments^.^ For the. nine months from July I,
y Mr:.OCarson-Senate Bill No. 208, 1902, to March 31, 90, the following
mAking an annual atpropriation for are tho earnings of the Southern:
the nlverstyof Florida at Lake City, Gross, $2,014,187.65; expenses and
toi-tke up deficit caused by lshrinkage taxes, $23,144,420.84; net, $8,869,766.81.
of interest on certain bonds, referred For Those Who Live on Farms.
to the committee on appropriations. r Begn n 1 wi t I
By Mr. Qarson-Senatg.,Bill.N. 209. Dr. Berogin, Pan, Ill, writes: "I



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In fact, here you can master the
touch of individuality as at no
other house.
We are now at the height of the
season. All the different cloths
for Spring and Summer wear-the
choicest prevailing fabrics in col-
ors and white goods yeJ here, re.-
vealing the master t6do Qf; indi;
viduality which comes from the
personal suggestionsand directions
of our buyers.;
Are now at their best, and you
should not fail to see the. many
handsome patterns now on display.


Dr. H. Mozley--Dear.Sir: Since using your Letnon Elixir I have never had
another attack of those fearful sick headaches, and thank God that I have at
last fond a medicine that will cure those awful spells.
Parkersburg, W. Va.MRS. ETTA W. JONES.




Regulates the Liver, Stomach, Bowels .Ad KIdneys.
For biliousness, constipation and malaria.
-For indigestion, Sick and nervous headache.
For sleeplessness, nervousness, heart failure, and norVou'0 prostration.
For fever, chills, debility and kidney diseases take Lemn Elixir.
Ladie's, for natural and thorough orgatio regplatiton, take Lemon Elixir.
50 centsad a'L00 a bottles at druggists.,
Prepared only by Dr. H. Mozley, Atlanta, Ga.



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W0 1'etba Zike Those of a Sswv%
aike Mts Keenness.
Thee:fte of a razor consists of in.
amerable .points or "teeth," which it
,raxor is of good material follow'
ih other throughout its 'whole length
Wt great order and clearness. The
broken regularity of these minute
i" goes to make up the blade's
icess8lve keenness- The edge acts upon;
e eard not so much by the direct ap-
ation of weight or force am it does
a slight "seesaw" movement, which
uses the successive "'teeth" to act
ptdly on one certain part of the hair
Br6Wth. The best razorM. according to
ie troseopists, have the teeth ot
,Iaelr edges set as regularly as those of
*, perfectly set saw.,
| his explains the magic effect of hot
water on the razor's blade-the act of
|ping it thoroughly cleansing the
lth of any greasy or dirty substance
which they may have been
-ged. Barbers often claim that ra-
-.,"get tired" of *shaving and that
will be all right after awhile it
ed to take a rest. When in this
condition a microscopic exam-
of the edge shows that con-
pping by the same person has
e teeth or'l.bers of the edge
ange themselves in one direc-
9month of disuse causes these
icles to rearrange thbomselves
they again present the hetero-
saw toothed edge. After thial
fttion each particle of the fine
up and ready to support hi.,
!.nd it again takes some time
'the grain of the blade.

SVerdi 'Was Itgxht.
SVerdi was putting the last
to "II Ttovatore," he was vis-
his study by. a privileged. friend,..
s one of the ablest living mu-
,and critics. lee was permitted
ine the score and run over the
Chorus" on the pianoforte.
Sdo yod think of that?" asked
"Trashl!" responded the con-
ur. Verdi rubbed his hands .and
'led. "Now look at this," he said.
H bishl" said the other, rolling a
ette. The composer rose and em-
him with a burst of Joy. "What
ou mean?" asked the critic. "My
r friend," cried Verdi, 'I have been
king a popular opera. In it I re-
ved to please everybody except the
ests, the great judges, the clas-
sts like you. Had I pleased you I
bould have pleased no one else. What
'on say assures me of success. In
re months 'II Trovatore' will be
%ng and roared and whistled and bar-
*! organed all over Italy." And so it
Moon Worship Amonnr Many People*.
FPigures of the moon as religious em-
Mblems can be traced to a very high an-
tiquity. The ancient Egyptians had.
,two moon gods---Khons or Khonsu and,
Tel or Thoth. The lnlatw wore the.
m oon on his head, either ns a full
moon or as a ( honors paid to the eat on the banks of
the Nile were probably due to Its sup-
posed connection with the moon, as
| ,shown by the changeable pupil of thea
-fellne eyes. In Greece both Phoebus'
Id Phmbo were moon11) gods, and by
cia the Greeks understood the same
planet. The iRomnans had many gods.
With them Luna was the moon, the
daughter of Hyperion and sister of the
san. According to Llvy, the temple of
Lana stood on the Avertline.
..The ancient Goths, Germans and
Pinns were all moon worshipers, and
In ancient Btritain the moon occupied
a. high position In the celestial bier-
Sarehy of the Druids, who were always
represented as bearing crescents to n
their hands. It is possible, too. that
Adraate, the goddess to whom Bofdil-
Cea appealed with outstretched hands,
ias the moon.

Jokln. IPrIend In Old Datys.
In a romantic and picturesque old
hall In I)erbythlre, England, is one of
Those curious relics of bygol* till es
which carry tbe mind back to the hab-

:it and customs of our great-grenat-
g 1ndfathers. A handcutff looks a
:ttrange thing to be fixed to the- screen
'i the banqueting. hall of a bairolial
I xilnslon, .but one Ia there. When the
banquet had advanced toward Its ze-
l' i, if any geinlleni'i among the
eWOsts refused to drink the full ti t that was d :t thati time he was thi oabk screen atol plawid with his arm
SwdtiseO and 1 wiIurefd StWd locked in
tht itpositon by the Iron. rlnj. Ills
+s*ee, tlhe wide oFen., off,'red a tempt-
1n 9;.re eptacle for the wie whleic he
"'k lefusted to drink. aod t fi ont'"it0ts
oqint the got iet, with a. much more a.
tij: rSatrlr.ltotlrt ti w coa t pour

I.wn the n-.utwJky vlcfimw A*a, and
ie bel to Iitfm tw dlt t ttak toe
ijok"toin: the spirit i, whiki It waO gSv-
S'tkilaikt'phla Telegr h

W ilmo t 0101 T6. "I
^l*:*M &*it.(~l^:Ak**MJ t f fn I

and D R.Xn fDE t IBTv
K ID N EY *(Sueooes or ItoetlerQ & Akermanal
Over Dtonae Co'a Bank. Gainesle
s a li^ttentloo Orown and ride wo

,AM ofAeysa I TIS T.
ll* IGrartatte Bttimore C:olletr Uutal Snuriery
D roule. re ar' e x, riete in Ne Y ork t't bome -daoouraged. There is a rdn,Brd work l Fiing spciulties.
yot r you. If esary writ 1r. Fenner. A WORK GUARHANTXTKU
e- ah spent a lifo tiCint uritg inut tScb OIIC- .IN EsDtiaBI4XK. Bmawassyours. All consiltations Pree. -
'I had seovro etse of kidney disoeso and r an. PIURSON.
rhe1umatlasn, dl.schtrglng bloody imatt'r. J
suffer lntnso pa. My 1wife was sorth.slv DENTIS',
affected with feom.lt troubles Dr. Vnner'a
Kidvey and iuckn'lho ( uro curl us ot h,
M. WVUEELERl, anulolph. la." South Side Square, ,ihwnesiMle. FIl
DIrcIlst. B0. $1. AsIc forCo STVITUS lE onner. Predonlt N. l araes llloock, aoroasd the Iaull from Suth'&
. U. l. ... .. ... .. 11111 i 1 i ii iioi n i in. .-j -- S tud il tu l. . .= = : + +. ; ... .. ...

o offred the torture of t4ht dam4ne
with proruding piles brouRit on lby constip a
tio with whitoh I wtS afltictod for twenty
eArs. I ran across your (CAACAA FI'S In the
own of Newell, In., and never tomitd tay thing
to equal them. To-day I amn entirely free from
piles and fool like a n 0. I. K iT1411 Jones St, Sioux City. IL.


Pleasant. Ptlatahle. POtet. Tu40M floOl, Do
Good, Nver Bloken. Weaken. or oGripe 1., IO.
Ut41rlm 1t404Y ompaay, .0luqa# ^Irete, Ms w Trf1. ItM
otA ,- Ar ff.urn--'--*-

VUi Use BI f0 tor unnatural
a* r diso krglenlfl ninmtlonm,
ars irritatios or ulaora.tion
0S a to UltOr4U, of Me oune o neUbrta12e.
aI + I Ctq.U, 1 Patnl6 maid hnot ttrin
r'IMASCUEMiM Se. nt or potonome,
LNMAGINA1L Xld by XDraplietap
9L A., or sent In plain wraler
lb -X7rMs. .Dr'Nl for

GAINBMV XU-1ll.VIIt 411| )A
Dealer in rea(, sttaie. Thoro-uiAily posted
with every aeot-on of land In A .\l ti Ok ounty.
Correspondence solUcittd.
.and Made No.
We buy or sell Pumrtture, or can oontrnot.
with you on the o otalon l tmsls.. Patronage
aolielted and satMifsaotlon alw i, ..

COMPANY, New York.


Jacksonville. -



crValar sent onu quW. SCHM M tor.
WM. S8IILLIC. Prl'r-letor.
182 W. Foryth st., Jacksonville, Fla.
TO THE P UBLIC. W.OpFno e PortU. F
We, the undersigned, hereby agree t dinin lae i it Fe
to pay $1,000 to any manufacturer of Wines, iquor ar..d Cigars.
paint who can show, by similar tests,
any paint standing upon any metal HI WEST END,
surface as perfectly and for so long a
time as our / FINE' WINES. LIQUJitS ,& CIGARS
We guarantee (IRAIPHITE ELAS- 291 1 W. nlay at.. .J)tackm)ville,
TIC paint to contain no tar, rosin, as- Faust beer, bottle aid drauight,a Don't
phlaltuin or any of the products of fall to call on tme wlw in iJaeksonvilllo
petroleum, and when applied to any .- --..............
surface according to our directions to: JHE IN I AtJK, .N VII.IE:
wear perfectly for a period of five -visit. t te-

charge, all paint necessary to reopint
any surface where it has proved de-
fective. Signed,
The National Paint and Varnish Co.,
Cleveland, Ohio, U. S. A.
We take pleasure in announcing that
we have secured control for Alachua
county for the -ole bf the celebrated
GRAPHITE 1L'ASTIO (generally
known an Uncle Sam paint.) ThiM
galht has the highest endorsements for
tin and iron roofs and all exposed
T. F.' TiOMAS HM S. CO.,




Comp lete took of Fnfiit
ture, Stoves, Hleates, Do
msttAoevWingMaoin(Be to

Louisvill Nashile .
F irst-Class Servie s. d-
SQuicek oehednle. to
5T. .LOUfS, s(d All Plaits
West and Ngrth*est.
MOI, tLE, NEW Otl.EANa ,, -,
siad All I'oint* BolhwieWt
*Thmug T14eket.l vi iy all ri*lr1oPd I otpotl ticketi aesuB
qIF ;i#1 t ad .sNs"|.
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In Connection With ATLANTIC COAST UIN,
KrIPIPI I' J A Y 'lAR 14, too *i

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The best. Liquors in tie city. Enter-
tainmont every niKghtl at Roof lar-den
Theatre. ,
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O, PsAltWTr, l- e husem and Mtriangr
.iasesvilo. iorfid.

Nic Annd's Saloon ad Caf3
Jaokfonvillo, Florida

Merchants Lunch fr rm 1S 1o 2p2 m2 .
Bartbelemay Itehebtera slee le*.
prtted Wurlwiger IkleerasD I)raught

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'O XMI ntera1 iterOs Qs t


t 'as Happened and What is Going
H happenn Tol'd in ho art Pararapha
S'That, "He' Who Runs May Read"
iThe Sun.
PaJre wttrt ushpian as- Il.t
Soi percales for Ge. J.Manasie
Oall for a June paterni sheet. 3J.
l,*e. !ine of )b fl'ats .at .Burkhim's.'

fs ry i son's .pure ice cream and'

0, 0 l i ,o Monxte6cha was tradl4

neglige shirts. The Moi:
Aj P. Jacks of 'onson is spejddtin
4Ohort *me in tbis ..city..
Sailor of Arredondo was a
$(4to |his olty yesterday.
.eale orf Rocky -Point was aw
i to thi1 City yesterday. O
1 Vo WO's Drug 8tole' sole 'ag4nt for"
^ 5t('( :Wonderful lSalve.': : .
Aill : oment.a 4rs good dividends
|(|i$Iard. o M toors.W.16

tb. urklN 's ,That'I al.e
Stc'ld of Al.achua wts O vis-

Ell' saeks and everything in
n1nlg line call on.. Mar0us
fOwlen and -. M. ellof
'-e rt isitorp .to this: city, yes-

.r of Ofiter Creek- was i n
S re tr4red. at the Brown

ison, a charsiag young lady
4W Was mong the shopperss

so. flst~ g riends on this
'at.e0 to he hos10 yest0 rday.

a asthma. bronchitis aria
SSoldby W. Wallaee'i

114 i ont re, n Mr. MoG*iws's and
olturoh^grl's w hite law n
SM P.Lee.
Sof 0ardrson, one of the
nsiv0 ord|istle ,onutractors.- in
Is spending a short timp
dif famly Sn thiscl ty.
: 1 the watermelongriower
,was in the oity onir busi-
iyouterday. Mr. Slappy is one -of
~.vreat young men :n Iis section.
yn want a ^pleasant .physio
lel an's St0J aola anpd L
T Ihey are e y .to take a.nd
.isi IIt : :ffeIaet, For sale by all
,a|nd niqtedioine d .eatlers.

Q lor Tallahassee, where she .x-r
toe spend' a few das with her
,,s one hof the: efflitt t member's
IikEtHoise of Represeuatiltve.'" ;"
4(he reporter ts In error yesterday
i' atatin: that, the :Woman's Guild
1lave a sale day t. the s-tore of
onalId & Saunders. We were i.s-
med, and make the .eorrectlon

S)sure w t ahmlan..:Hi. n .
S::,H.. Olyatt, the clever railroad and
express agent of the station 'of the
'ais e nama, was a business visitor to
s ois'el ty yeoi erday. He reports be an
j a~nd coucumber sah pments heavy from
S, : o." oti'on just now. "' '""
Misses Fl'ennell and Godwt
Kt tdered,. a delightfful reception, to
fri. trends at the homne *of .herll

p .East Main' street, N. F riday
4,ing. Quite a number of youn18
j ds were'. 'present, and all report 'a
!tg4ellightful evening.
P.thr J., Lynch and J'as. F;. Smifthl
e turned frontm Yaoksonville
sthey went Thursday tos aoom-
Sthe remains of Mrs. .McCabe fto
Ia They state that the funeral
age ndeas the deoeaseI
'^ h ^triaend in Jacoksonville..
"Oe ctrlttI Batseball Olub, thte
.greg e ot ball t lers
Hied thi.ir new uniform
very hadsome. These uni
Athe. handsomest the olut
,:t ,,~t $eilun


o ,r ', 6x .on ay~ ,

A in0 of. pant to a$i Ovarybodyu

tCal.da. t o.1
ry thet cbrne4 beef at Pagan's hr-

Watn, ritonanJohnso..of Mi
Th new oSreton drwer in- lien

e. cOam 4 and a, ny kid: Iof cold
drndks slivered at your home. J. M.'
MaXson, #hone 171.

Those new wool crash sanit at $7.50
are just'the thing for wear and com-
fort. Marouss lndel.
'After a Pouple of days spent in this
ity, Ttim Balley returned to his home
at Newberry yesterday, .
W'. A t 'rickland of Paradise and J.,
H. Mays of High Springs was among
the visitors to this eity yesterday.
ottagoe, anid well ventilated rooms
for rent. Reduced rates for the sea-
son. Mrs. L. A. Thrasher, 201 Easet
Main. 6t
"You never heard of any one using
Voley- Honey and'Tar and not being
satilsfied. "Sold by W..' 0.. Wallace,
drug.. tor0 "
The monthly competitive drill of the.
Gainesville Guards will take place at
the armory tomorrow night. 'The pub-:
lie is invited to witness this exhibi-
tion. . . . '
Single younger men will find. the
coziest furnished. rooms at the
Brown House Annex, 76 cents per
week to $2. Also several rooms for
House osekee.ping. Apply Brown
oUse office*:
J, J. Ahern, the clever representa-
tiveof the Arimour Oar Lines, butter
and cheese departments, with head-
quarters in Jacksonville, is at the
Brown House.;
Y, M, Hulme, representiAg the
Southern cotton Oil Company of Sa-
vannah, is at the Brown House. Mr.
Hulme Is one of the most popular 'men
in the employ of his company, which
accounts for his success.
Foley's Honey and Tar contains no
opiates 'and can safely be given to
children. Sold by W. 0. Wallace's
John B. Flinn of Palatka, the cigar
manufacturer who enjoys a good trade
in this section, departed yesterday for
Ocala, where he expects to reap a
"big thing" in his line. lHe will re-
turn to this city tomorrow, when he
will see the trade here. Mrs. Flinn,
who accompanied him here, is still in
the city, the guest of friends.
Mr. Joseph Pomlnnville of Stillwater,
Minn., after having spent over' $23,00
with the best doctors for stomach
trouble, without relief, was advised by
his druggist. Mr. Alex, Richard, to
try a box Of Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets. He did so, and is a
well man today. If troubled with in-
digastion, bad taste In the mouth,
lak of appetite or 0ustipattlon give
these tablet A trial. and. you are
certain to be more than pleased with
the result. For sale at 2B cents a box
by all druggists and medicine dealers.,
Truss Denby Exhibits One ULimb Con-
tatinng Thirteen Peaches.
As a horticulturist Truss Denby has
demonstrated that hA is asuccess. Not
only lis he well posted on the most de-.
.liio us flavor of fruit, but also on the
most prolific and heaviest bearing, as
was evidenced by a single limb which
I be brought to this eity Saturday con-
tainlng$ thirteen peaches in a half state
of dtaturity'. This limb was takonat
randomtfrim one of the' trees in the
Speech robhard of Mr. Denby, located a
short d itance to the' south of this city.
He has an extensive acreage and ex-
pects to realize handsomely on his in-
' vestmeni the coming season,
B.1. lampton also owns a hand-
some orehard near that of Mrt. Denby,
and itd ils nderstood that his trees will
also bear polfely. The peach crop
toadd to be one of the most profitable
In the hortiultural line, and these
Sgeattleeon will I p the harvest ol
. ther. nterprlte when the season
. :N


On the arm, to the worst sort of a
burn, sore or boil, DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve is a quick cure. In buying
Witch Hazel Salve, be particular to
get DeWitt's-this is the salve that
heals without leaving a scar. A spe-
cfle for blind, bleeding, itching and
rorudting piles,. Sold by Bodiford &
kcollum. ____
Sam Will be Here.
Those Gainesvllle people who admire
Sam Jones will have the pleasure of
hearing him in one of his famous le-..
turesmpn the '12th inst. 'Through his
manager, Mr. Hubert, a date has been
arranged, and theleeture will be given.
under lyceum auspices-at the opera
house. The prices of admission will
be $1, 7 cents and & 0O ents, Rbserved
seats will obe- on ale Miller &
Avera's. The subject and other par.
ticulars will be given at a later date.
A L esson in Health.
Healthy kidneyI filter the impurities
from the blood, and unless they do
this good health.is impossible. Foley's
Kidney Oure nicesi sound 0 kidneys aInd
will positively urte all furms of kidney
and bladder diseases. It strengthens
the whole systtem. Bold by W. 0.
Wallace's drug store,
A Revelation.
If you make inquiry it will be a rev-
elation to you how manly succumb to
kidney or bladder troubles itt one form
or another. If the patient Is mot be-
yond medical aid, Foley's Kidney Oure
will cure. It never disapmpoints. Sold
by W. C. Wall ae's drug store.
A Prospectite OChange.,
For the past two days Bdford &
M f ollum have Ien engaged in the
taking of stock of thie ity Drug Store,
owned by Mrs. W, 0. Wallace,. with a
tew to pMrchasinlg same. If satisfae-
tory agreement :an be reached the
sale and transfer will be made tomor-
row. _ t _
Wll Cuw"eOmumptlon.
A. A. Herren of tnMch', Ark., writes,
Oly', toUney Mad Tar : i:th*. bet

405 rtficea but Isste.stlng
e at the Placoft Wt;orhip .
h of the oi^ly TrlTpity,. Arch
dae 0' 0l, reotor-Ho ly com -.

t : 9 g ;., no"niltgprayer and ser-,
at ;r' ,ubli)ct, The.
otod shphUemt." Ohoral service in the
evening at 780 'clock. Subject of
address, The American Young Man.",
1 ethodiat Ohurch-There will be
nady school at.9 :80 a. m. The pas-
tor will preach at 10:00 a: m., subject,
" PThe Power of Silent Forces in ,Hu-
nian Life ." The worth League meets
at 4 p ni. The evening service will
be0 t 7.:80and the subject of the dis-
course- will be Danirers for Young
People to Shqn in Order tp Succeed in
Life." The official board will meet
Monday afternoon ta 4 o'clock.
Owing to the illness of the pastor,
Rev. Thos. P. Hay, Chris. 1Matheson will
:preabat- the Presbyterian church at
10:80 o'clock. There will be Sunday
school,at 4 o'clock, which will con-
cludethe day's servicesat this church.
At S8. Patrlek's Catholic church the
congregation will have the pleasure of
hearing Father P. J. Lynch, after a
lengthy absence. There will be high
mass at 10 o'clock and vespers at 4
o'clock this afternoon.
Services at the First Baptist church
at the usual hours.,
Too Great A Risk.
In almost every neighborhood some-
one has died from an attack of colic or
cholera morbus, often before medicine
could beprocuired or a physician sum-
.moed., A reliable remedy for these
diseases should be kept at hand. The
risk 'is too. great fo' any one to take.'
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea 'Remedy has undoubtedly
saved the lives of more people and re-
lieved more pain and suffering than
any other medicine in use. It can al-
ways be depended upon. For sale by
all druggists and medicine companies.
Will Send Attorney to Tallahassee to
Make Changes in Charter Bill.
The City Council convened in special
session Saturday for the purpose of
discussing tlhe proposed amendment of
charter as submitted in The Sun of
Saturday. The bill as compiled, did
not exactly meet the approval of that
body, and by resolution they request-
ed City Attorney Thomas to proceed
to Tallahassee and have the senator
and representatives change the in-
strument to confbnrm with the original
petition of the Council.
Col. Thomas expects to make his de-
parture today for the State capital,
where he will confer with the repre-
sentatives in the matter.
From a Cat Scratch

The members of the commercial de-
partment of the E. F. S. were favored
by a most interesting and exhaustive
discussion of various points of commer-
cial law by Col. Burford during his
visit to the school Friday. The second
business law class of this year are just
finishing their work and reviewing
their test pauses and this address came
at a very opportune time.
The speaker dwelt principally upon
the subject of commercial paper, nego-
tiable and non-negotiable. He treated
the negotiable instrument act of, the
Florida Legislature in 1897 and recent
court decisions on the subj. e(t.
The students were deeply interested
and asked many questions touching
matters upon which they had studied
in school.
Colonel Burford's address and advice
were highly appreciated and the stu-
dent body hopes to have him with them
on some future occasion.
Spring Ailments.
There is an aching and tired feeling;
the liver, bowels and kidneys become
sluggish and inactive, the digestion
impairede, with little or no appetite, no
ambition for anything, and a feeling
that t4e- whole body and mind needs
toning up. The 'trouble is, that dur-
ing winter,. there has been an accumnu-
lation of waste matter in the system.
Herbine will remove it, secure to the
secretions a right exit, and by its tonic
effect, fully restore the wasted tissues
and give strength in place of weakness.
60d at Johneon Bros.
Had a Good Time.
The choir boys of Holy Trinity
church were treated to a picnic and
day in the woods yesterday, and it is
needless to add that every boy who
was fortunate enough to be a choir
boy attended and had a good time.
The party was chaperoned by Dr.
and Mrs. Gray, to whom the lads are
under obligations for what they please
to term "a big old time."
Cures When Doctors Fail.
Mrs. Frank Chiasson, atterson. La.,
writes June 8th. 1901: I had malaria i
fever in very bad form, was under
treatment by doctors, but as soon as 1
stopped taking their medicine the fever
would return. I used, a msamnple bttle
of tlerbine, found it helped .me. Then
bought two bottle., which completely
cured me. I .feel grateful to yol for
furnishing sueh a splendid m dleise,
and can hone wy'rmnemd i
those sufferig m v alaria, as it will
surely ore them." HRbtae, SOs boe
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,udge Bulltok Says GaineavlIe Folks
kv" Been Good to H1-im.
His Honor Judge Bullock of Oeala, of
the Fifth Judicil Oircuit', was in the
city for a few hours Saturday en route
to his hotne atOcala. .
The Judge has been in Bronson for
the past few days, where he has been
holding the spring term of the Levy
county court, ThIt body having ad-
journed Friday the Judge took advan-
tage of an opportunity to make a
brieo visit to Cedar Key, where he had
been informed the fishing was very
'fine., ,
"'Do you know, I an' mighty sorry
that the new re-districting bill
cut Alachua county from my list,"
said Judge Bullock, in referring to the
measure. *"While it will considerably
reduce my official duties and responsi-
bilities, still I hate to say good bye to
Alachua county and its people, for
they-ave -treated 'me- very -ordially
here, and I shall always remember
them with the kindliest feeling."
Judge bullock departed on the noon
train for home. He is very popular
in Alachua county, and it .is with re-
gret that his friends of the bar will
sever their professional connection.
Effected a Permanent Cure When
Twelve Doctors Had Failed.
B. B. Virling of London, Miss., undir
date oLApril 21, 1903, writes:
"J. Simonson, Gainesville, Fla.:
"Dear Sir: I write to express my
deep gratitude to you, for your won-
derful salve has cured a sore on my
foot from which I have suffered great-
ly for five years. Twelve doctors Pave
been working on the foot during this
time, but failed-to effect a cure. Your
salve did the work in a little while. I
took from the foot ten plecas of bone,
after the glass had been extracted,
which caused the sore, and now I am
entirely cured and able to walk with-
out the aid of Crutches. I shall al-
ways feel the greatest gratitude to-
wards you, and will always speak a
good word for your salve."
For sale at Wallace's City Drug
Store, Gainesville, Fla. daw1mo
Col. R. A. Burford of Ocala Delivered
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Carelessness is responsible for many
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from Throat and Lung Troubles. But
since the advent of Dr. King's New
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