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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 7, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01877
Source Institution: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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NO. 73 AINESVILLE, FLORIDA, TIHU.SI)DAY, MAY 7; 1903


SESSION WA3 NATIONAL. EMONSTRATlO BY VALE WINS IN
Meeting of Alabama Railroad Commis. Broke Her Tie With

MONTE CASINO -.,&,o Mayd.Tw e A ITALIAN__STRIERS o w ,
abama railroad commission liad tne Record-Herald roni N'
most sensational meeting in its history says:
by Cuirassiers and Monday. Drive Laborers Away From Ya oe her t
'1'he principal question up was one aUSaOOt Tr Princeton lait night w
Bred by People. to require the railroads entering Ala- musooot ...m Prineton In ldeobate, nI
bama. to haul hay anti grain as cheap MEN 'HOOTED AND HURLED AT. after nine years orf
WAS MAGNIFICENT. in this state as the rallro'_8 in Geor- '_ale 5, Princeton 4.
ilsh. Stones Were Thrown an a Dash Made At last~ night's dti
posed of Peasants, Friars Nearly every traffic manager ofU ttha ffirmAtive a r
s Gathered to See the Ex- every railroad in the so.th was pr Upn Worlk Unt"il Pe Appeared lg that the senate 5
Spectacle of Two Soy- ent. Several &ensational scenes oc-',' and Dispersed Strikers-Poflice Then closure ruji. The Yale
pectace of Two ov cured, one of which was a debate be- Kept trWkera on the Mive. alter M. Adrianwe. S
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tween Bl. Comer, a prominent otl-
ton mill man of Birmingham, and New York, M'Ny 6;-Several hin
Traffic Manager Emerson. of the At- Italian strikers )nade a deiwoi'ntr
lantic Ccast Line. In which a personal today before the diggers atid <.-'v
didfleulty was narrowly averted, Mr. employed on the Muscoot da:;i a
Emerson deelailng he was there to pro% waer.works improvements In e
tect his road from false statement tgh of rBsrooklyn, and. SUc',d
and Mr. Comer denying, whlle i,,..ving thcm from their wo,,i.
prca-eihing the seat of Emerson, lat laborers on the clam for Conitr
he had made a false qtatoment. ., Jo hn;6 McDonald had annnu
The other sensational feature ofhe tlie satisacton wtlh the wu. s.
day was a speech ly T. Nto oand they would not strike., li
ry, of Talladega, a manufacturer of strlkers have harassed the M, D
fertilizers, who violently assailed t r er aspecallyhe alnmD
railroads, declaring vehemently th aubwatty,' Sa they would drive
acalawags and carpet.baggera had dis, n from the trenches, mnd the
regarded the laws and the people de. pred at the dmni several lhu
cided they would appeal from the writ.
ten law to a higher law, and though first laborers to start to
backed Ly the yankee bayonets the hooted and howled at. A
men went, some by the rope route. were thrown, and as the
lie then declared that changes of af laborers increased, a l
tariffs are demanded and that he was i fe crowd ro strikers Shout
here to tell the commission, by theI 1.e in Italian and a dash was
eternal, that there is absolutely no lim. Pn the works. The laborers
It beyond which we dare not g to ped ther
maintain our Tlghts, and have the w Not wishing to mix with ted he p
of Alabama respected. 'who had been called, the striker,
The commission postponed other eed. The police Irpt all str
hearing of the case to June 16, *hen, moving today all along the rou
It was anonunced that the questiot of tie subway. They had 400 pi
a general and sweeping reduction of along the works. A number o
freight rates would be taken up. me nov,,d in ,he a hwav


Tia Six Prinuces.
y 6-Emperor William and
,or Emanue., escorted by
Y;and cheered by the people,
.railroad station this morn-
Ht to the abbey of Monte
,' The weather was magnifl-

crowds composed of peas-
8 aind sisters gathered from
Und the village to see the
nary spectacle of two sov-
ndl six princes at Monte Cas-
e' real reasons for the visit
'part taken, by Emperor Wil-
assisting the Benedictine in-
ia Prussla, and the prom-
lh he made to visit the cele-
lfother House here. Gorgeous
s with outriders and postilions
lng livery occompanled by mil-
tort and the suites of the so,-
and princes, drove up to the
from the station, cheered by
sate. At the abbey a detach-
|t troops rendered military hon-
a battery of .guns fired a sa-
len the abbot, the Rev. Father
|e Krug, from St. Vincent's
.bey, near Beatty, Panna, ap-
"surrounded by the friars at the
( the grand staircase the con-
Sthe two groups, the sovereigns
eir party and the abbot and the
with the background of grim,
C walls, which Z&bi reso tu4edd
ious occasions with ', Ibot riae
11 as with prayers, presented a
,ttractive spectacle. It was the
me an emperor of Germany had
receivedd at the abbey of Monte


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FIFTY-FOURTH MEETING.

lRe-rd Breaking Attendante at Amerl-
can Medical Association.
New Orleans, May 6.-With a record
breaking attendance both in point of
delegates and visitors and with many
distinguished phsalclans, surgeons and
scientists parent, the fifty-fourth an-
nuaj meeting of the American Medi-
cal association opened here today at
th'o Tulane theater, where a cordial
welcome was extended to tpr associa-
tion.
President Prank BhIlinis called the
convention to order, The theater was
crowded. Addresses were toade by
Mayor Capedevielle, General Leoii Jas-
treroaki representing Governor Heard,
who was unable to be present; and
Henry P. Dart, representing the New
Orleans bar. Dr. Isidore DYer made
a report of the elaborate arraatge-
ments that had betn made to enter-
tain the deln-gates ad their fahmlies
during their stay In NOeW. rlemn and
then Preoldeno t lllings spoke briefly
asiukoledgling the welcome exiuetaed.
SMany delegates. vlsitorf 'and' ehlb-
Itors arrived In the city on the .morn.
Ing trains. All the space in the he-
tels has been orewempted and many of
the doctors, are being entertained at,
private residences. The convention
will last three days. The general
business of the taSocIatAon is trans-
acted by the houae of delegates, the
fliwt metiun of which was held s.ub,
S 4equentl to le. floral opening of
the convention today, Presidentt ,11.
ings presided and presented hIls ainn-
a report, The reports of the esore.
tary-tre urer, trustees ind various
standing ollomantttel foIlo red. amu
taneously witho the opening of the
eetin g of, the house 1 d1egst the
several saetons icto twhtbh .asaisoet-
at Is- l![WI. opened their stelison.s
In varlou. halls, hotels and churches
of the city.

Steamer Oeeen Gowd Mhere.
SPftIad hi, Pai ..May C--Tbe tanak
seamir Ocean (Dutch), Amterdai
ftr Pal Tade1phi. weat sabor tLOff'
dCan ri'er. I mlle w beiow the Dots
W*'re.. br#4kwater. erly to&a LT
ship Is well up on the ba Ch, bmtil i
good condition. T7ue Wreekir ts
Nortl America his a havir to
Ocean ,ad expete to loat hert M hi


New ,ork, .Ma. C,-496aom &u.a


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B Rev. Father Krng received the
totr and King Emanuel In a most
S manner and exresse:l his ap-
atlon of the honor conferred on
lbey by their visit.

OMEN OFFER PRAYERS.

"Flght Against Saloons Precipi-
tated at Ashevlle, N. C.
bevIlle, N. C., May 6.-Prayers
today ascend, constantly from the
of the city for the success of
int-Saloon League candidates in
nunlclpal election.
ny women without rqegrd to doe
national lives assembled at the
: Baptist church for an all-day
r meeting. There is every prom-
tir a despieate struggle for su*
aoy between the reform and rag-
rDemocratic organization.

f. LORENZ AT NEW ORLEANS.

Si pecialist Th Surgery Holds Im-
promptu Reception-

as, of Philadelphia, who has come In-
prominence during the last
.Il* months through his meth-
of hand surgery, was the
Oter of attraction In the lob-
of the St. Charles hotel last even-
Swhere e held an Impromptu recep-
y of physicians and surgeons, who,
a h'ire to' attend the convention,
|i.ery medical man present was de--
is sof s-baicing hands witththe great
st. Many ladies, both local
1 'Asitors, took advantage of the
ile-ic to be presented to Dr. I.o-
i, Spe"akng of his specialty In
the unfortunate cripples Dr.
said: ..
Ii teUthod Is not new; it was first
ran to the world about 16 yearw ago
n lk It first came out I began. to
i? id4 practice it until It is what
. today-. I am gratihed tbst I
t able to do something fot
otgty In this kne, and expect to see|
elal line of surgetr In general
iase before many years."
masi, viesW W of A.celdee.,
Ms7ty --4't aied. viteitn
s,* oei -. ac t, whe* l


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TEN CENTS A WEfK


TE OLD KENTUCKY FEUD
eton-dCle.

01 to The MAY BE RENEWED
en, Ctoni,blo Expected
Further Trouble Expected In


last i0.41t with
ith Princ'oton it
alklug the, score
rtgu!ilett stand:

ebate Yalo hadt
solution dieclar-
hould adopt the
Sspeakolri wore
t. Lo)uls; Robert


Il. DLiniowK i, lrooKyn. anid JaRson 11.
Pierce, Brockton. The Prinectoin de-
bating team was Thomas it. (ood.
Denver; Arthur Pearsotn Scott, Chica-
go, andtatell Julius Ityles, Titus-
vllo. I4r
Proaident Arthur T. ilodloy, of
John G. C. arlitsle, of Keuttt cky 31I
Yale, prosidlod. Th.u JuIgud(s were John
0. Carlisle, of Kentucky, frorter spewak-
er of t0k house of rop isenitatives;
Prancl I,.ynde Stot1oin, and t hairla
C. lu LnghIn. ipromnlnent New York
lawyers. It is the fli rst debate Yale
has won In two ycars,.

MlN OF HERBERT BOOTH
*'V -........_
Theatre with Company of Christian
Actors to Teach Gospel.
Now York, Mlay (I.--To t tach tie
gospel through the eye by means of
4 religious theater Is the plan of Helr.
'bert Booth, son of (General Ilooth,
Whose resignation from the Salvation
Army Is still a mystery. Mr. Booth,
who has arrly in New York. comes
almost ditr eS ion Lity, the
headquartqi ~etilm, but ie. do-
nles that he has joined the Dowlet
movonmont.
"The movement I am going to start
In New York," sald he, "is meant to
solve the problem of the unreached


mUarHaandl the nie in tch Ut. .a ,:
"My appeal ls to tOe eye. I anIm o.
E I ing to form in this city a great the-
ONE BILLION INVOLVED. after with a powerful company of
-- Ohristlan actors. My lnovoni('lt Is
Heirs of Putch Freeholders May Claim to bo known as those scltntlflie vangi.
Harlem' Property. atilon ocloty, and It will bhe for' thei
New York, May 6.--Mom of the land purpose of sending brocatlln illustrat-
owners in Harlem are n10t the right ed liblo diranrins, I exp>t t) get
ful imssassors of their I hilings, ac.- ShiOh grt-eit. wril-(oIr (it Ction Far-
cording to a lawyer of t is cli ty. re' wate to writer xervi'til ilrimialL for
Heirs of Dutch. frohololdrs of 260 1 -. 'l'hIl: I I uill hiv, I jul i1 'oin-
years ago, seine tlhouxsalsto in um.l- tinuomnL plctur'it by thue c-imlnito
hbr, on the auth oity of this lawyer, graph."
are owners- of Harlemrn and o -a large .
part of Central park. and about all of PANIC AMONG BOARDERS.
the water front property on the East ----
river from Sevelty-fourth street to In Fire Caused .by Overturned Lamp
the Harlem river, along ftio Harlem Many Are Injured.
river, and down the Hudson to One. ChOcago; May 6I.-Foui persons were
Hundred and Twenty-ninth street. [ injured, a damage of $10,000io vcauise
The present day value of the proper. and a panic among i50b) oarders result-
ty is conjectured to be $1).000.000,000. ad oarly today wh Promftnent among the doaeemldants tel, 25-27 Ptllwrton avenue, was dof
of the alleged rightful owners are stroyod by fire. The Injtored lare:
Prident Rooshevelt, Governor O'Dell Oharles lHoffman, fireman, (ovet-,couen
and Putnam Bradlee Strong,. on ol by smoke,
the late Mayor Strong. Mrs. Victoria Netison, burned altist
The plan of the lawyer in charge of face, hands and body; may dlie.
the majority 'of the deoscmlaeinruta, and IJonard Olson, fireman v, overeforne
as he ay-s they are all by inheritance by smuroke.
members of ti ecorporation, sl to have" OGorgo Robinson, siorgrtant of p)ollre,
theme hold a m meeting, elect <,ier s4)d bruised and burnared about face atid
parcel out the land among tlhemielvti, body while resc-ing Mrs. NeInon.
It Is argued that quit claim, leases Tht lbuildtiig l owdie'l by thi w Or,
Or d"edl executed by any diocendants Ing Htarvisttr company, anl nearly all
of the granteel are void tIeatMIo no of th1e 1 itiat*e were enxlopydl hy (the
individual had a right to dlisposo of cofrern,
tle property, htst only a right to vote' The fire stArted from th. ov,erttrni-
iMt thecorporatonti-tlnr. i lo f a lamp Thce Sroia-pr- wa- Ie
Presld-toL tooseveti, who traces his stores high.
ancestry to the Bri tUh Ev>rts of o- ----- --........
10ilal Utilme, wi, it is anafnineed, a'. Mayor Brown FRe-elicted.
pear at theo lmtelni of th3" dieleSitt- O(arlutts, N. C Mey e'. tr1' mnuni-
at 1 1 ...1 . the rie--ect-i'cttn iof Mayor P *Ni. Iirfo,
Atsha. JJljMAjL aC-aec- s-f. .4(w- f th' Vt w"rattf. prit'
Sl1iitlba A, Ala., May c4 ..e-T' d40 marn'ry, by a majority of 229 ov-'r Thornm
ct.ea .o.n.ll of the ?pliscoplI cbhurc-h as 4 rrankati. who ran a an s i'li*lfp4en
of Alabama will be hIeld in [)omopotl* dent lnDemocrat. IMnyor r"wn ear
commenacilgi Wedlnelday. A live (t***' rtid all tho wards 4 ave tne l0third, In
itoi! -i to 4v0d tb e state late two. whIcbh Frarnklin receelve4 a itajority.
pleeptCe, anotlt r is to flx the rest f or on voe.? Brown's tirket for al,
dene ,Of lllsop lBeitirwlth and a third de0'r man was rarrie. In Itso entiet.lt, ex
I rltl'e.te '# 1t ..ti ther tho chttselt' ept in on., invitarne', W. 1, la#.(5, ..
at ltrg .ahallM iAge its namne to thel a FrankIn- mat,. hIlfinxl ml*ted In the
AasrtofA Catholle haurchk. oa. o s cod ward. Tl' election was hot *
l.w llbe ldt th tinteretlt l'd ly court 110.'-,., hbt wai tly u iecondeI'
M. .;' 4 e .Nearly 2,04). votc)e4.t of a to
ftehuo. tl t4Kltr tiio4o f 4.S.W w* e pVy r'edy
A.t.. her .nendiry Att.empt. y "7
bhaw Ta., MT y he it Killed by Lightifnl0.
m t ca sl by tie big re at West". Asheville, N. C., May .. a i.,la
Pllilt i' week l/was renewed' lAt itone town I0p ftobert Murray w&e ti
aIlt wh"n em attempt was a4ed t taiy tt l tlykild bUt .Mm ..
"ts A t A$-i2u l 4tWeWof a lotBit: le was saiag ly. the se

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Coo krilt-argis Affiair.
LOCAL POLITICS THE CAUSR.


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With Killing of Lawyer Marcum It I
Believed Feud Has Boon Reopened
and That Several Prominent M4in
Have Been Marked as Victims,
Lexington, Ky., May 6.-Wood G.
Dunllap, of this city, left today for
Jackson, Ky., at attorney for.tho flu
slotists In the l3roathltt county eon-
tested election catoes. lie succeedtls
Al counllsel Jaialles 1,. Matrcunll, Who
wait killed in th courthotuo yesterday
while tIling paIpers i a those aaa. as It
Is feared hern that thoe pr'coadingR Ait
tlrf time will ireiilptato further troul
ble in the ('Cockrill-larg t feud, in
which halfi a dxo e lives have already

A ttlc grrnm from a member of the
Hlargilt faction to fornmoe Senator Alex.
ander lilargs, at, Winchester, said that
lchiv'llti 1wen, who was talcng with
Marcum yleit(' trday whten he W1 A sifat
by the aigsasoin in tho Ihreathitt coun-
ty courthoiuse. recog nized the murder.
or. ft is taken that this mea1sage
means that liwen has been "marked."
lie li a Ca ool"ll iympaiithser, HI
owns the o10wen hotel at Jackson, and
has ronsulderaho property. lwen
when acon today positively refused to
say anything regarding the shooting,
except ,,tlk decerbho how they were
standing when the shot were fired. He
refused to say who fired the shots or
who was rocognised In the hallway of
the courthouse. The lblltf Is that
the foud la now re-oponied. and that
Sheriff 1t Callahan and County Judge
James. %tagil* hav, beo '.macked."
Tom Cookrill, who was charged with
killing lion Hargis, and In whose deo
fltense Dr. 1). I. Cox and Jim Cock.
rill lost their lives, ls lnhere, having
retturnoxl rrom tho womt.
or't:r 'Town Marshal John llrown
by theb k.ll iig of far tciil has booin
broulghIt lIto the> ftld, a ii havw th.p
faillllh of Pr tiItta tt -r 1). I, ) lliIrit.
arid alo h li1, Il,. rno of Itho old-
(st fItrlll ,leHv i1 Ilie fi il.

ABUSES IN CONGO COUNTRY.

Natives Fleeing on Account of Tyran.
ny-Report of Missionary.
linden, May 'i .Tho Rev, William
Morrison, of t.?trigton, Va., member
of tho Amerlramn Presbyterian nas*l
tlonl, who lIi her' on his way hont afi
ter pix yyear' work along the Kassal
river about 1,200 )lille in the Interior
of thl Cxgio stat.,, fully confirtmod the
istoriest t the abuse in the oittgo
Sdiilnlftra tth- .
lie hars tulrnlhedl atn exhaustive re-
iXlrt O< fttihe $I iittiOi to th001 Ol8gO
itBfo anuthoritles, to th-E Americali and
Iritish igtnlmlotors at I rmsnleo,, lanrd to
Porwlyn H('revtary an.tdowii fhow4
Ing that the situattion Is dally grow il
wormno, t a result of the ruhtber sw
n(pol'fl ie' litroductln of fortfeai labor,"
yl.riially atnmotnnrisg to slavery.
On it!s way to tie, coast the lAr.
Mr. Morrlotoa overed I800) miles of the.
Ka*al rivor, formerly th dkly dotted
with vlillagefS, .Hl lays theoroa A
now Iem,, than a dozibmn Vltlagie there,
thi. ,>il. havillt fled Into the for-
,,Xir. to escapEo the tyratnnty. of the
whrej Thu mtilsitoitry t#iatre itt
Is itpnw)isilih.o for the natilveo to get
any redre s. from th. C(eonO #tate of.
fui-als. Thl Revi Mr. Morrisol -set1t
feN Hwf Ycrrk OTr litl Crs~rd steaiiifa
Lirorht. leaving LMvrpooI May 6, asnd
will furnisfh the itate department at
Washltagun with fnrither eildence,

Confederate General Oged.
Nwe Orlims, May A-Oeoera! 7, H
Lombardj formerly major general corn-
B8iiBdin thef E-Ll-gns dviulon tInmtt,
44 Opttfe4dete Vet*nkt,; 1t detid.
(imneal LIombetd was a native of
Point Cooupee artllBery tluring the war,
bolatB frequi*tly\ nnttnonod for brave.
ff 0o the Bole.l le wag for an7ys
yrT laiid agent (of th (Tltlxent' bank.
{3K was 4t yars oft age.
S then to Kinlarge Plent. .
,, Cmth,. 'an, Mey .---Oeat
uM ~Art, of th eoalthesm vsW
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TJU~ J'AThY SUN:


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rTECTIVE DAVIDSON

' ARRESTS CAR THIEF

Clever Piece of Work Leads to
Apprehension of Bad Man.


HAS SERVED MANY TERMS
V Th Detective Found at High Springs'a,
Box Belonging to Prisoner Which
C ontained .a Dlversified List of Ar-
tes-Moran Now in Jail.
"" D. M. Daylson of High Springs,
s"pecialdeteotilre of the Atanti oast
S Line, apparently understands his busi-
S ner when it comes to capturing crim.
0 -D0ls. JHe brought to this city yester.
-diy Ed Moran, alias Don Grant, a nhe-
g ro whom he arrested at Dunnellon a
day .or two ago upon a charge of steal-
S g from the freight cars of_.h .._A-
-'tein. he prisoner was placed in the
; county jail, and will be arraigned at
the coming session of the circuit court.
Moran has been employed for the
past few weeks as a train hand on the
West Coast division of the Atlantli
O' ast Line. Ever since he went on
the run, it is said that claims of short-
; ges have been filed from consignees
along the line, and suspicion, rested
SUpon this negro. The result was that


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PAJIE'S CELERY COMPOUND
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Best Authoritts in Medicine Declare It the

Only Truo Spring iReedy.


-The sleeplesqanes, nervous prostra- listen today to the voice of reason,


tion, weakness, general debility, fonc-
tional irregularities and despondency
from which thousands of women, young
and old, suffer, can be quickly removed
by properly feeding the nerves and re-
placing the unhealthy blood by a fresh-
erand more highly vitatized fluid. The
hasppy.hhange rom iRlhtUhandm+isery
to true womanhood and happiness, can
only be affected by the use of Paine's
Celery Compound. The present spring
demand for Paite's Celery Compound,
woman's friend and life-giver, is enor-
mous in every State of the Uidlon. This
fact alone, amply proves that the great
Compound possesses virtues and pow-
ers unknown to other remedles. Dear
wife and mother, do not procrastinate ;


Detective Davidson was noticed, GUARDS ARE NOT IN IT.
worked up the case and arrested the -
agn Cadets From East Florida Seminary
After being arrested Moran admit. Defeated Them in Target Practi&e.
td that he had been a "bad man," He Squads.from the Gainesville Quards
stfeId that he had served terms in al- and the cadets of East Florida Semi-
Mt every jail In Florida and Souh nary engaged In a competitive taget.
0 Irgia, and that he had only r.cenly practieoo o the range in West Ot.* s
bnu released from the State prison on ville yesterday afternoon, in whri. it
*4*wo years' sentence for robbing a developed that the cadets are some-
lee, what superior to their military coru.
Upon his return to High Springs panions in the matter of marksman-
with thhe negro Detective Davidson ship. Notwithstanding that the rain
dIovered abox in the baggage room forced the contest to a close before
w"teh was said to have been the prof- the entire number of rounds were ex-
eray of Mrs. Moran. The contents of bausted, the score at the closing point
this box was very diversified, compris- stood 195 for the cadets against 176 for
lIng trousers, underwear, sooks, .hats, the Guards, out of a possible 250. It
pocket knives, jewelry and dozens of may be possible, however, that the
other article. all of which were en- Seminary boys are more accustomed to
tirely new, having never beeh used. those conditions of the weather which
The tags and cost marks had been re- prevailed yesterday, for during the
movW 4 from all the articles, however, greater part of the contest the marks-
* pt the box containlag a dozen men were plaeet at the disadvantage
ket knives, hence their identity of having t ake the sight Iin the
,y pro h" oever be divulged
r"I .' ..u.ld ......___ face of a blinding rain.
S The cadets were in charge of Corn-
T mandant Hughes, while the squad
4 afrom the 4Guards were comnmianded by
S 8trke Felt Keenly. Lieutenant Blanding. The contest
,Otiha. Nob. May 6.-.-The strike ol was a very amicable omne, and notwith-
the 4teh(liitti8 and rcati.mant wv4 lae standing the intclomency of the
b 16gItnig to be felt komlty hy th weather the boys seemed to enjoy the
b'tatlness ttervst.a. Not a ton of cOl sport,
la bet tideliveredm and the wholo al-
'o w ;s atr. unable to hlandtlo thoel A Revelation.
wares to anti from frolght depots. A If you mke inquiry it will be a rev-
t~nfaabir of larIge Iuilldings htav be wn elation to yo' how many succumb to
compelkid to shLi.t down lhevator seB kidney or bladder trotiblos in one form
viee, several factorlea tay he closed or ano.ther. If th1 patent is not be-
or- Want of fuel, a.ed at the hotels yond medic-al aid, Foley's Kidney Cure
the *ale'difficulty Is. experlvwill cureo. It never disappoints. Sold
the e culty i eerby W. Wallace's dru store.
e a ...... ... ........d...... ...... ... ....... .
MEETING OF COMMISSIONERS.
TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIRL. E-
The AUguta ('ltrontol will be sold Session Tuesday Was Void of Interest
to the highest bidder tooay at -toon. Other Than.Payment of Bills. -
The inspectlon of the Alabama Nga The regular monthly session of the
tionalt guard ha& b3wun at Montgom Board. of County Commisioners which


SThe grotto of Lourdea. to which so
many pilgrim have reported, will be
closed by the French government.
, The Florida housta has voted to a ppiy
a large part of the median war claim
tund to the payment of the. tat's pub
S lie debt.
0.;.- i Senator Mark Ilaltuna, of Ohio
S tluaka It possible that the iioorMatt
f maoy unomliate overr Cl.eveland foi
a third term.
The tsuiprene court of Pentiaylvauhis
has decided that th t C(Thrltttam S;t.
ct, e (41t ought ait to be protveted
! '<;. 1 by thII law.
S Major R. i, Pr ,-h of o~ the 8x
::: e enth Uited Stattos infantry, t egas
*the inspection ot (ho e-w:la tat u
troops at ,Savaunah 1*1l night.
Prr" lt(e'as lI ot 'Saxony, who
eped w illth Giron. h.as given birth t
ai daughter, W hn th' brve weeks oht
the lFnt wnt ,LIe ....Atur- "tt-
t 1o-- +$ -
*The Uuilted Stiiat. suptl)rtSe efOtli
.. iJ dweliod that the sutatutoe retis-d
to the '.rlbery vf ixrs'totr proitc(i o
S.y the tteenth amoutuvent Os action
Ms*.s.: le... Wiilarns #ot. i-i me.
teda(l balI ,4 VWsN sui -s a t h
al t Sta t .ni?<.m coert *
vsaA^ itbA

and the pleadings and testimony of the
thousands of your sex who have been
made well and strong. Mrs. Jennie
Harris, Marlow, Indian Ter., joyfully
writes about the medicine that makes
women well; she says: "I have used
one bottle of Paine's Celery Compouud,
and"am isatiifled that one bottle of this
medicine has done me more real good
than afiy other medicine that I have
ever taken. I had rheumatism of long
standing, kidney disease and female
troubles, but since taking Paine's Cel-
ery Counpound'I feel altogether a dif-
ferent person. I have used lots of
other medicines, but never received
any benefit until I used Paine's Celery
Compound/"


SE, VOYLE
IE, BOND and
ACCIDENT INSURANCE,
Resstuntiag a. number of prominent
A*serOansa Ens.gtlehoompsnitea.


Abstrat & Realty Company,
.i [IneorpOrated]
iE, p. VOlLE, Manager.
Geta a abstract of title to land before
buying. After paying thel purchase
money (here Is often no redress for tax
sales aMd. thcatac,14 ihortgages.

Manhatto A" Typewriter.
NO IN THE TRUST.
A IUNDRED-DOLLAR TYPE-
WRITER FOR $50.
Guaranteed for one year. Sold on
monthly payments am a slcht, ad-
vance to responstbl parties.
Typewriter ibbonts for
varioua machines..
REAL ESTATE, DWELLITG8S
AND L&IAD FOR SALE.
E. E. oyle,
(ialnesvllle, Florida.



KEYSTONE BAKERY,
It. T. SCHAFER, Prop.

CUOrcE BIRADS, CA KFS and PIES
PFro.bEvery Day.
Delivered to Al tarts of City.
SottIatitwon Guarantee4
Speel' attien.ao to Circuses, Mluatrels
and otP trireling troupe.
HunotI Patles. et.
P. 0. Box M .4 - GtUnevtUe. ia


w eas auu 1M. a AU I<15 ..LtUCUH1 Was VOIU-
of any business of especial interest


other than the payment of the bills.
There was nothing out) of the regular
routine, oud the umieting passed with-
out any transaction worthy of special
note.
It was decided to con-veno on Mon-I.
daty, th I th int.. for the purpose of
reviisilg the registration list, and the
Board, aftor the tranuattiont of regular
business, adjotArnpd until that date. WES
Stemera- Cellide In 'Fg.
Sc ",ith i"Stoi, 3.1 ,.- i.rl,'e Atlauntc Coum.n
1'iaw ert, In-1- sttfUM er Iri:.{tictt. (iCapi-
tamt K1tlh.uI:ri;.us. fr.emt lenidon, May 4,
for Novw Yo.-:, and the N'orth .G-erman I Fre
LUoyt st(awv r r'iuPeu, s. Captain Preha
from lt,.h:iur,,S. Sa:th.y for the Far
,thti~ Ht 3 ;n ro ).l i the c- iha onllt
llat .'.ht. I .'.+,h steama this pert fro La- i.t...-- r fi"-k'-ei
-per'tTS-- t.i, wtll be dat' ')ed for N.
any length ofC tn, The M-Lqu:,tte'a "
stOrl. was stve i n Rabove the water -
llnte, anid part of t r k,( it was W MA I
ArhThi awa1y. The l'opuseu's bow was
stov o. .


Nori a at ttfemor.. 'V4CI
A ,hwfsvifl, N.C.. M" i. .h m Naw Electric B
*va w Iho s to *t0 .hrS. twioh1t. u t WWI
qepal soame .tiam during, tho avternooa
6 BUtnMoW "eao as the sst hot M1. lq,-,.tri,. iL
\.4 "- .. I


I or Thomas
l[e


A nl
Air Line Railway,
\ SOSCHBDVrIa ImriTiIVl APRIL 1, 190im


27 1' 3 a 6 ) I SOTHEtN DIVISION "
9 35 900 p 2 10 p kv ..................Ja nkionvilde........ .....;...Ai :10 :t 7 1 a 5 W-
10 15 9 M pl 250 P .......... ........ .Baldwin................... 1 1 S 6 80 a 420
11 4 P 4 0 P ......... ......... W aldo .......... ....,.... 8 4 42 a 250
1 20 p .. .... 4 50 p ............ GAINESVILLE 8 .......1 i a 1. 30 p
...... ...... 4 50 p ............... ....... ... .. .... ..
..1 .. p 7. ... ... A r................... e ia n ....,........... `..... .,.. i
1 : 7' a ....... .... ........lCedarKey........ .. .| .. ,,......I..

14 p 4 4 a ...... ...............D l oty ................ .... ... Ip10 37
611 p t 4 a .... .................... lmnt City.................... .. . ) 0 p t45
7 0. V,11 20 .... ...................Palmetto..... ...... 80 p 7 42 a
28 p ...... ................................... .. tee........... .... 4 p 27
7 1128 30 p ......................Sarasota .................... 7 00 a 2
600 Ip a!..... Ar.... ............ampa .................... L..... op


INO'tH ANDEAST 1 34 I 66 1 WEST AND NBW OBLEANS 56 57
1)v J0aSoUIvllle ........ 845 A 750p. vJackionvlUe...e .. ...... 40 p ')5a
+ r erna ina.......... oa 00o ...... Ar Lake Caty................. ... 551 2
Ar Bran .w1tek.......... '2o0p .0r35 P. ....... r LIveOa............,..... 61 pl2 4 p
ArSavmty nah....... ..... ll0p ll 5)a ...... rr Madson......ob ....... .... 755pl15.Sp
lr( ............ 9p 44a .. ront ....... .. i0p5p
&r Denmark............. 57 220 a ....... Ar Tallahastee..... .... .. 40 8 2.5 p
Ar Op(itmbla .............. 530p 3 .a ... Ar Quincy............... ......... 4 i7p
Ar ('mnden .............. 740 54 a .. Ar lverJu ton ... ... ., ....
Ar l e ............. 955 80a ..... Ar Pensacola.................. ...
Ar W ilm igton................. 1 ... .. Mobtle .............2i';. 2
Ar Souther Pn1w.,. li-p tS 3~a l. ;a. W ~ean ............,..., ......
Ar aleigla.... ............. p 104 a ...... Lv J ksonville............. ....... 74
ArPortuenoutha......... 8 co5P a r Maco.........A ........." ..... 5,-
Ar"RihniondVa. 36 8 ..............A .. a......................... .72o
Ar RWelhiongtnd,......... 10 a 812p ....... a attanoo a........ ... o
Ar Baltimore ............... 1125A i 26 p .... Nashvillie "..6
Aa Philadelphia.........1 :4p 256di....... St Lhui ...................
Av 5 W .orf .............. 4.5. B30. :..... Chicago... L ........................,. 91
Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota,. on 81, except
Saturdays, from Gainesvilde.
Train No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Washington., Vesti.
buled day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe
dining car service from Jacksonville.
No. 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and expi'ess aars be-
tween Jacksonville and Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleeper4 be-
tween Jacksonville and New York. tI.,
No. 56 connects at Starke for LaCrosse, Alachua, Willeford, Wannee and
intermediate points, and at Arcner with Early Bird-branch.
Nos. 66 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville;,
Steametrs for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tueia- ,
and Thursdays, 11 p. m.
E A. 0. MAcDrONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville,]Fla,
C. COBB, Ticket Agent. Gainesville.

" i '-- 'It-"--,-,-,-,-,AV- ., Ar',,,--,'AM l'A,


RESPONSIBLE COMPANIES,
CORRECTLY WRITTEN POLICE I
LIBERALITY or POLICY CONTRACTS
PROMPT PAYMENT or LOSSES.


POINTS


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

Fire, Life, Accident and Health lsra0.. e.I

--Agents for the-- ---

Victor Safe and Lock Compa
OCinox33rati, QbLOhio.
The "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties contenmplat-
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 address,

CUSHMAN & HILLP
Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.



CLYDE LINE


BETWEEN
Jackonvi1e acid New York,
SCaling at CHARLESTON, 8. C., both ways.
T se Fiet SteMhlh Ln i the Coasiwlae Service
Clyde New England arid Southern Lines
Direct Service Between JACK)soILLE, BOSTON and
PROVIDNCE, and All Eastern Points,
Calling at Charleston both ways.

o bound........" ... r wis' Wharf. Bostn
o bound ..... .... O f th in a ft
.'. ... .. O['(',Ith+-i,- os ...a,_- _.,


air Car3,Union Cldve St. Johns river Line
00ts, Fast Train Stopping 3etwBeenC JAC .ONVLL and S.,Sro& ,c>t
SopnatePalatka, AstorMe t f and). and Intermedia
1-D- ..mr r".8e
-o------pbAUr. La~ s.,on *St. Johns River
LLuR Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE "
e I tIS appointed to sail as folmhows:
ht .Ataa Leaves Jaksonville 8:30 p. m. Sundays. Tuesday and T
Lea es Sanord 980 a. m. Vdays, esday and Frsda
ANDERSON;-' ^i ,-.:..:..:.;^^
A ~N, : po DaS N....a. .m:................. ,. onv...
r8t4rpm .... Palati ,- .. ......r..
k.Ite resort $laand)
igEIR 4g in PASS. AN D TICKET 0STAC
":.s'""te ~ T t ,* A C Jy ,L ,SS A "i Iemrt etr. nt. P-.G',t o 't et P A. I

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to THE
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and CALIFORNIA
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With East Florida j
j and Its Work.


'rTANT RECOMMENDATIONS

nFpmittee Declares the Buildings
SDila pidated, and Says That Aop-
priation for New Buildings Would
Moe.oy Well Spent.
Sahassee, May 6. -The following is
port of the joint committee ap-
H ed to visit the East Florida
gary at Gainesville, and -'s or-
Sspread upon the journal;
Frank Adams, President of the
ate:
Your committee consisting of
Blitch of the 21st district, John
all and G, W. King on the part of.
buse, appointed under and by
obrity of Senate Concurrent eRo-
"1i No. 9, to visit, inspect and re-
their finding on the East Florida
iihar, situated abGainesville, Fla.,
o submit the following report, to-.
That on Friday, the 24th day of
Sour committee visited the
,,.Florida Seminary at Gainesville,
,and found that the total number
'dents enrolled were 248; total
r of males, 131; total number of
117; total number in attend-
%10; number of male students,
,umber of female students, 90.
er of counties represented are
Sar a as follows, towit, with
,of students from each county :
ua, 122; Marion, 17; Bradford,
r, 10-; Putnam, 8; Duval, 6#
; iHillsboro, 5; Hamilton, 5;
,e5,; Nassau, 4; Columbia, 3;
e,8; Lake, 8; Citrus, 5; St.
Monroe, 2; Leon, 1; Volusia,
n, 1; Polk, 1; Dade, 1; Gads-
other States, 20; Cuba, 4;
1.
er report, that we.remained
H the school, heard the gon-
ises, the students recite
tions, saw them in the
raises, dined with the
bhe students, and that we
|H oipline strict, and Avery-
dted ;ith the Seminary in.
conditionn and order. The
are studious, orderly, and
*entlemanly and lady-like
a6Tnner during our stay among them.
e rare sure from what we saw that the
nminary has an able president and an
aloient and competent faculty, and
dieaire to speak in the highest terms of
,heir ability. gs
We find, however, that the buildings
ire in a very poor condition; that they
a;4re old, worn out and rotten from top
*tO floor, that the sewerage system is
'inadequate and in very poor condition,
0ad for this reason the sanitary condi-
:tlB of the Seminary is not what it
*0 would be if the sewerage system wqre
perfected. We also find that the drill
-I"nd parade grounds are entirely too
ntmall to meet the demands of this
school In short, we find that we have
su excellent institution of learning,
aiibly managed, but practically without
| e necessary buildings and equip-
ements to meet the demands of this in'-
We further find that the citizenS of
l the citey of GainesviUe take a great
K.pride in this institution, that.they are
*Poyid of it, aud that they stand ready
anid willing to co-operate in the fur-
itherance of its needs. They have of-
frsd' to purchase and deed to the
; tte a new site for this institution
aleo0sisting of one hundred (100) acres
lf 2and, situated three-quarters of a
Hnlie from the county court house.
'Your committee visited And ih.speoted.
Iae proposed site, and find it high.dry,
1e|eland in every respect suitable for
the institution, and we woqld respect-.
Ittly recommend that the proper au-
ohnity accept the donation of this alste,
V te that the Legislature make a guf-
*0.ibn of the neeeshary buildings on
" thIs site, and the furnishing and equip-


oot of the me.
X We lnd this school entrally located
Ad-t growag and f morlshing con-
4ti6, aid for this reason say aporo-
Smade by the legislature for
t ess.a in oulr opinion, will.
| Be 'e ll. spnt.. .' .
l we give the theome of the
it loridal Seminary, which ia as fol-

SBe4io 'rsalar..i

[ .... a=w .,. U~1780 0
|00


I


Jim Dumps' physician once fell III.
Said he,: I'll have no draughtt or pill.w
Said Jim "Ho, ho, you're on the shelf;
You, who cure others, cure yourself,"
Then Jim sent up some "'Force" to hmn--
'That's what he needs," quoth "Sunny Jim."


nv


The Rcsly-to-srve Ceor

for doctor
and patient.


Swet, crisp flakes of wheat and malt.


Is^c f Eten art* Caiea.
a Q"I W1Wa attackedl hast May by appendlottle. LUndeILr oAwe of outr
old family phyaotati I pawed the danger point, As 1 Bhowed suitn
of recovery doctor and I Iotan to cast around for a utlablo diet andl
as a result We fen upon Forreo,' which has been % wonderful b4>on U)
me. 1 have eaten almost three caPs.
II. IH. MILHLan, Marion, Ind."
9,


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The appropriation for girls
dortnitory ...... $1000 00
Appropriations for piano and
library...".................. 1000 00
The appropriation for painting and
repairs wil be paid out for the purpose
fot which it was appropriated.
The following is the current ex-
pcns.ts of the Seminary for this year,
namely:
Salaries teachers..... ... $7220 00
Janitor of Seminary and bar-
racks. ... ... .. ........ 234 00
Janitor of girls' dormitory... 80 00
Matrons of barracks.......... 240 00
Gas on estimate for last two '
months ................... 610 00
Fuel .... ................ .. 2000
Four typewriters............ 20 00
Scavenger.................... 80 0
Telephone rent ............ 100
Total .................... $8674 00
There are a number of items of ex-
pense that are not placed on this aco
count because the year is not yet out,
and for that reason could not be gotten


SIMONSON'S SALVE DID IT.
Effected a Permanent Cure When
Twelve Doctors Had Failed.
B. B. Virling of London, Miss., undtr
date of April 21, 1003, 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 have
been working on the foot during this
time, but failed to effect coure. Your
salve did the work in a little while. I
took from the foot ten jiooes of bone,
after.the glass had been extracted,
which e4aied the sore, and now "J am
entirely cred and able to walk w1th-
out theaitd of opattohsM. I thlll l-
ways feel the great es igratitude to-
wards you, sand wil aaye speak qa
good word for your 7 r:lve."
For ltie t WaiwLh lai Oity Drug
Store, alneville, la. dawimoto
Perrtish 8entctnes Stayed.
B (ir N.ughaR, Ala.,- May f,_-Oourt
has -it;s:4od s ieutce. In the ea. of
H8ollis. )r-'?h, ntveted ft th. mitr
der of O',og se. a1rd 4and sentenced4
to (t:n yat L roln 'the peliittlary, a
m notan for. -a ria ; trial. havhrt i'i
gilv.y P'r:Ir.hs s a youz lawyer.t
aI .:hled I co'.nnart wthle a. pollcemaai
wasl the t. act O arresting him. B'Th
pleta for ,efens'e Was mettaJ ic= ei4
ty produced by excestilie drinking.
Parrish's father sl a president elder
in the Methodist church In AlaMants
and several of his brothers am preanh-
rm in the sasa denoilatto. They
all toodb by l O the trial
S What is Foleys Kld Oust'?
Answer: It Is made from a pairsp-
tioe of a leading Chicago pytai,
and one of the nmoast emainent i the
country.. The. ingrdioentI a" tb
u-rest -thamo -nmmoua ^yr, ri4
.cientiscally combine to ge their at
most value. Sold by W. C. WaIla
d r i ng s to re n ; .
A" iintion. O. D.C,
The regular business o metix ofg
Kirby Smith Chapter,. I. D O.,wtt
held at the home of Mrs. O. W.0 ....
ern thanday afternoon at 4 A f.101 attdan.ee Ideviwtr
.' :.* Mae.. H. H. :Mc )(us.Wims KoyamaIS.


i on't ake Vins$!^
2 ) naIcure aconstipation
by agitating the
bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until the liver 'I
execute their natural functions. '1 Unnat-
ural gitation caused. by cat lIartics, compels
continual and Increasing doses to
atta n the results.


For Sale by Johnson Bros., Gainesville


G. 8. MERUMANT & G0.
Retailers and Jobbers in


Staple and Fancy Groceries,

Grain, Garden Seed and Fertilizers,


Highest market price paid for Chickens. Eggs and other PriJ u.;


A Complete stock of Hay, Corn, Oats Flour, Bran, Meal, Cotton eo N bl!,e
and Rye. We handle only the VERY BESIT goxodi at the LOWV
EST PRICES, and guarantee satisfaction always.



GainsvYille & Gulf Railway Company

THE FRUIT A VEGETABLE ROUTE

O. FLORIDA.


Time Table In effect January 4, 1 02.


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1,46
046
800
8 O1

880
881
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L^^J3ARZNRQ;nmI8^a t.


nhun e?







Dress well and koetp cool with :
our latest pattern in Negligooh,
Shirts, Summer I Hosiery, S ie nther
Ties anid Hats,. A new suit of.,
light weight clothes, ,n matter.
what shade, is the thing for this
time of ytear..
Madras Cloth Shirts $1,
That are really $1.0 goods the
world over, They are cool and
stylish.
Fine Shoes
For ladies and gents, and prices
that catch tle purtA. Our goods
aro scanonaoble.


11 M, U1TTY & O. ]I'
Tle Outlltors.




S _STA iL- al-a, 1


A laclhua County .



Abstract Co,11
B. R. COLSON, Manager,,
(GAINENSVILLE, FLA.

The qu<,Ntloun of 'Title a
firat eoMidernatton for the
Inventor.,,

Abstract of Title
'' o any plhee of land int
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a ei t! the Post Ofce at oatnesAvle la,
at s Qeoond-elaiss mal matter.
Rl. ll M)sCOiiARY. Editor and Pro'r,
JESSE E.13URTZ,. City Edtbr
,i;1-.' Oi5CE: PORTER BLOCK.,
SWt. AIi S x'TS., s. m, TBPnow 4-s
T% DAtcLTr SuN .published every morning ex-
e,'pt Mondav. delivered by carrier Wii the oity,
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h.',$Lree month;: or- 50 oont for five weelk-
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Reading nofgies In local column, 10 cents a
liv for first insertion, and 5 oent lfor oeach ad-
4itional Insertion,
I:* atesior laspary advertising made known.
oft aIppliation.
The Twlce--W eek Sun Is an eihbt-pare,
forty-aolWmnn paper, published every Mon-
: day and Thursday., nd conitalfins oll the
news of the week, local, state and gfee-
S eral. nd willbe mailed. Ipostaxe free. to any
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Vinoc. Address. THE DAILY SUN.
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GENERAL MILES' REPORT,
S< Tht report of, Cneral Miles,
S mothered in the War Department by
Secretary Root for several months,
has at last been made public and it is
j1ust what the people of the United
States had anticipated.
A as matter of course, this report
embodies a great many cases which
have been covered by investigations
al d acrefully whitewashed, but never-
'1 00l coming from such a high
*:iuthorlty as the commander of the
a irmy of the United States, it deserves
U 4the attention it it receiving from the
rT h3: d of the Amerclan people. It is
0 twful story of crime and dishonor
;forthe United States army, but in
oItdering this report the people of
.he UTnited States should bear in mind
S thve conditions s alid circumstances
under which the cruelties and murders
erred to were committed. Even
t blel n they will appear black enough to
: br',nig shabipte and dlsgrace upon that

the ears of the American people.
",be, honor of tho Amerilean army
should not be questioned by the citi-
-se4t Iof the United States."
:I f Whlen the crimes referred to by (iGn-
ra. Al1 Mfis wro-oonuniitted the natives
wf:,:ho tufferid wero lat that timo con-
," d4 ting a streacharous mind releoitless
war pon the soldiers sent far Into there
a terior of the Phillppine island-s.
Nothing was too black for the uantive
1 to do in dealing with the anrny of the
Ui ltod Statos. Event the ia liibush tiate
tics of the Amierlo n iludinn were hiur-
S passed and d'ecption was one of the
strongest agenoiet of those who were
conducting the campaign against the
A( oerieAns. It may be said to the
S redttbf the army that retaliation on
its part was not attempted until for-
1 bearance had ceased with the otfloors,
as well ias the men in the linei, to be a
virtue. They stood torture, saw their
comrades butchered in cold blood,
plots oonceived for their destruction,.
S until they had learned that they were
dealing with atreaicherous, bruttal, sav-
S age and cunning foe. It was then
that the campaign of retaliation
I ommonled and it was conducted upon
a most extensive scale until it receiv-
ed attention of the Anw rican people.
It was then that the halt was
called antd court.-martials wore con-
| veoned to try the oflhcers guilty of the
offenses. Of course the oflke rs were
S adjudged not guilty in nearly every
case. The honor of the arnuy must be
upheld by the oitlleers in high rank.
litt the report of GOneral Miles


lthowis to whom we owe the reputatioti
ma atmde autong the uatives of our postesi-
S *ons for the Animerilan gtovernmot, It
i demonstrates tlhal the army ef the
United Statoe is not an orglganintionl
which will utaititaint honor at a1l
hat.ardls. It has certainly disl ounored
the government In the hPtilippines and
brought disrtiiKute upnon the Anwriean
S popo. IBut, it I'it be borne in miUnd
that the sohrilt- wai cilimted rmTr
dor, who buried the hoiues of defense-
S les womnll and chiilrdn, who inflicted
torture and even shot defenseless
- jprswoil by the whoh, aleh. had twe-
: receiving the same I tratmulnt tihem-
s:* *lves. This it lnot an sui l ,owt viNidl-
cation -for the guilty, bIt it relievot'
the verdict freut a part of its si ng

': If Postmatster ?tineeral Payne had
0p6M pty removed .Attorney uln l
''l~i.k^ .Fobiru* Wheu tutruete4
p!!:; *:.' 't..by the Presideft Judg.
4 ...rl...h& ', : . : n .. ... In
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^ n.nte wtt)' QteniS l^^ 5**1 3
song birdf as pet.i: PrliAp their notes
appeal to her.;

Perhaps it is just the novelliy of ean-
tertaining a British king that make
the French act like they enjoy it.

The public is still wailing' with in-
teres. to hear what Preitdent Roose-
velt has to say regarding the "Irwa
idea."

Some critics say the Vashington
Monument in Washington is not high
art. They ought to be compelled to
climb it.

Russia evidently Intends to estab-
limbsh a Monroe Doetrine.of her own in
Asia and she has a "stick" big enough
to enforce it.

*A few More accidents in the navy
:14 A.rtil officers will not know
Sthe guns to point at the
j WAnext naval conflict.

ie only thing the Preai-
e Ca stern trip has developed
so far the fact that e is reasonably
sure of the "rough rider" vote in 1904.

Apparently the New Yorkers find
the miniature cyclones produced by
the "Flatiron Building" so entertain-
ing that they are going to build
another.

Is it a fact, or is it a dream, that the
President only five months ago rec-
ommended a tariff revision commis-
sion to Congress as a practical remedy
for trust evils?

A Milwaukee woman has named her
child "Theodore Roosevelt Henry Clay
Payne Bradenburg." Is this not acase
for the Society for the Prevention of
Cruelty to Children?

The President'is courtesy to the labor
unions has offended the Eastsern cap-
italists and the President must take a
back track or they will throw their
support to some other candidate.

The public is beginning to wonder if
a strenuous President necessarily
means an aggregation of weak men for
Cabinet. Moody, Payne, Hitchcock,
and Wilson are all monumental in that
line.
President Baer defies the Interstate
Commnu rce C(om mission to prove that
his companion ari-ti.ey are legion-are
breaking the law by owning coal miies
and operating railroads at one and the
samnic time. If, however, the commisN-
jsion proves that the companies are
Within their inw it will bL a step in the
right direction. It will deinonstratte
tit- ji ueessity of reviinag (lie law.

Sintt of Ohio, City of Tolti'o, )
tLuien County. ( ".
Frank J. Cli.:,ey nlinkhes oath that. he
is senior partner of the tirmn of F. J.
Chieney & Co., doing business in the
ity otfToledo, County and1111 State atlre-
said, and that said tirm will pay One
Hundred Dl)ollars for each and every
ease of Catarrh that cannot be cured
by the use of 1Hals' C.tarrhi Cure.
Sworn to before mie and subscribed
in my presence, thls filfth day of De-
comber, A. D. S86.
tKA1. Notary Publio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern-
ally, and acts directly on the blood and
mucous aurfacets of tihe system. Send
for testliniouiala, free. *
F. J. (,masxv &: C ., Toledo, t .
Sold by all Druggist, 7T;e.
lHall's Family Pills are the best.
PHItLANTHrOPIC M&3 COULD.


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Repor ofCan Ius Ofl0. on Quantity
S.. nned In 1902.
Wauhl:gon, May 6.-Ths cenaMp of
fl today' made public' the fln, ft-
ute o'|f cotton n production, obt'' ed
tfooi tley reports of cotton gleaerSi, T
luant ty of 'cotton ginned front th.tt
g(orth of' 1902, exclusive of HnttrS,
amounted, to 11,073,88a rumnna g ble
Al4*l ' pireesed at th gn imar
equalled 10,630,945 bales of 500~ undw
standard, or counting round balWe half
ba.tes, I,588. During the four yesars
covered by the ginlnlg reports of th.
census office the average crop, eXlhi-u
i4Ve of ;latter, ,has been 9,902,277 bales
of 500 Pound. 'iThe crop of 19062
shows a I crease of 728,668 bale's
over the average crop, while the crops
of 1899 a.nd 1901 show a -ecrease of
556,886 and 393,532 bales, respective-
ly. For the crop of 190, there has.
been a general increase in all the
states both 'east an west of the Mis-
labs'lppi river With the exception of
Alabama and Texas. Drought in Al-,
aba.ma and the boll weevil in Texas
are resopnsible for the losses in these
states.


For Those Who Live on Farms.
Dr. Bergin, Pana, Ill., writes: "I
have used Ballard's Snow Liniment;
always recommend it to my friends, as
I am confident there isno better made.
Itjs a dandy for burns." Those who
live on farm are especially liable to
many accidental cuts, burns and
bruises, which heal rapidly when Bal-
lard'@' Snow Liniment is applied. It
should always be kept in the house for
case of emergency. 25C, 50c and $1.00
at Johnson Bros.
Prominent Physician Dead.
St. Louts, May 6.-Dr. John P. Brp
son, one of the leading surgemne l
at. latte, and known proftesoatly
tmititt ut the country, 4ded today of
heart fahlre.

After Dinner
To assist digestion, relieve distress
after eating or drinking too heartily,
to prevent constipation, take

Hood's PilIS
Sold everywhere. 28 cents.


KIDNEY DISEASES




FOLEY,'S B, i ,jI3

Sormo rounded. Con-atr
remdes recognized by emi-
nent physicians as the bes o
Kidney and Bladder trouble
PRICM got. ad $)00.@

Summer Law School
UNmvEssnY OF VIRONIAx.
In Virginia onuinnUlha th 0Summer, uly I t" o seA
WInber I, iti. lment for bt liners, for eaailtdaUt>'
to I-r, aiAd for priotltlouitu who .tnvc lacked ystO
luit Uo lntain t ,ici.Kr t oi lioot. .hretl
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Planters and Growers of Long

Staple Sea Island Cotton will find

it to their interest to communi.

cate with THE CAMERON AND

BARKLEY COMPANY, Charles-.

ton, S. C. to7


Write to MR. A. A
LADIES! ,o
LHUs WENDT, care of Edgar
& C o)., Jae"tctnviltfl. ia., or: circular
describing the VICTORIA PROTECT-
OR. or send $1.00 and waist measure.
1,' 'inal terms to lady agents.


Catarrh begins with a stubborn cold in' thbeh.ad, i ore-
nuess ,the membrane or lining of the nose, di rge tter,
headaches, neuralgia and difficult breathing, a e g
is almost intcable. But when the filthy secrctos b.i.n. 4 back
into the throat and stoMach, and the blood b1comeS otd1 the
system contaminated hO i continua.l : :04''aowh.
by the catarrhal polIi aupie,,&I nose w&: lwysgim
on$ then the sufferer cap, 0 enjair an di ibed
o, e c. casntly. I eOard of iae.,Io use
beghia to realize w- t a it an after taitln ysv ?rX,6^ :S e
disistisg and sicken- 'dve s ever .lnoe hae i; i.^ ^
ing disease Catarrh is. Northwest cor. 7th and .e 5 9i"
It affects the ,kidneys .
and stomach as well as other parts of. the body. It is a, 0sitttional
disease and as inhaling mixtures, salves, ointments, etc. arenever tiore
than palliative or helpful, even in the beginning of Catarth, what, can
you expect from such treatment when it becomes chronic and the hole
system' affected? Only such a remedy as S. S. S. can reach this obstJ?
nate, deep-seated disease and purge the blood of the
catarrhal poison. S. S. S. purifies and build, up the
diseased blood, and the inflamed membranes are
healed and the excessive secretion of mucus ceases
when new, rich blood is coming to the diseased
parts, and a permanent cure is the result.
8. S. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable and a reliable remedy for
Catarrh in all stages., Write if in need of medical advice; this'will'bst
you nothing. 70 *WIFT SPECIFIC CO, ATLANTA, GA


Florida Eagt Coast Ry.

LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect April II, 1903.


SOUTHBOUND-REAO DOWN.


No.99 No.29
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STATIONS.


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rm the several stations but theirarrival or departure at th, timts stated it not uarant,
MoMr does the Compady hoId itsIf responsible for any delay or aay uosequenee arising there-

KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
' PENSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
IN Effect April 16, 1903.
$OUTHNBOUND.
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Arrive Oranrge city. ....... 4 2 n Leave Orange City ........... 4 34 pmo
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1~ IS QUIET.


|rjWa Accimpitshed by Either
i of That Body Tuesday.
.e wa .little business transacted
aei enate Tuesday, that distin-
d )b.ody having under discussion
heater part of the time the ques-
1 t whether or not the Governor
red the right to veto a joint reSo-
,os The question has never been
d before, because no governor has
r seen fit to veto such paper as
oe now under consideration, that
toemorializing Congress to call a
,0600Atittional convention for the pur-
p.s, of amending the constitution
aig the election of United States'
e rtor by a direct vote of the peo-
e. After a long and eloquent argu-
o ent o the question the Senate de-
cided that the resolution assumed t e
form of a bill, and that the Chief Ex-'
jcutiv.did reserve the power to veto
same. It will be remembered that the
I.tolution was presented for the ap-
l proval of the Governor, who refused
to' approve same upon the grounds
,that it might have a tendency to less-
On the representation of the South.
The bill providing for re-districting
Sthe State into eight judicial circuits
was passed.
In the Senate the following bills
;were introduced and referred to com-
mitstes:
By Senator MacWilliams-An act re-
Slating to the limitation of the hours of
,daily service of laborers and mechan-
IleS enyployed upon the public works of
the State of Florida and the munici-
Ialities operating thereunder. The
bill fixes the time of labor to eight
lioursra day.
By Senator Blount-To amend para-
graph 9 of an act providing for the col-
leotion and assessment of a revenue. ,
'.By Senator Sams-For the relief of
the Volusia County Bank.
By Senator Adams-Fixing the time
6for holding court in the Third Judi-
Cal Circuit.
By Senator Harris-To protect the
,spoge beds of the State.
By Senator Brown-To declare the
obtaining of advances of money or sup-
plies'Upon the part of farm laborers
anid the failure to carry out such con-
Stract a misdemeanor, and to fix the
penalty therefor.


In the House.
In the House the following new bills
were introduced and referred to the
Scomimittees for consideration:
By Mr; Rivers of Alachua, to provide
for the assessment of bond notes and
other evidences of debts, and to pro-
vide for the collection in slich taxes;
Also to amend section I 1 of chapter
S478, Laws of Florida, providing for
Sthe division of counties into school
districts.
By Mr. Baker of Clay, to amend sec-
tion 1 of chapter 4928, Laws. of Florida,
regulating the carrying of firearms,
limiting the age of persons who may
obtain licenses to eighteen years.
SBy Mr. Home of Jackson, to amend
section 8 of an act defining the liabili-
ties of railroad companies in certain
-ases.
By Mr. Blanton of Madison, to
Samend section 1480 of the Revised
` Statutes, relating to grounds for di-
Y .ybroe. .
SByMr. Jackson of Citrus, to prevent
the cutting of section, township or
Strange corner trees.
: By Mr. Parish of Manatee, local op-
Stion bill to regulate the taking of fish
from the waters of Manatee county.
By Mr. Tranimell of Polk, requiring
7 that the court allow plaintiff reason-
able attorney's fees in certain cases.
By Mr. Oven of Franklin, to author-
Sie purchase by the State from Frank-
ia.n county of the armory at Apa-
laoihleoia.
By Mr. Smith of Volusia, for the re-
lief of the Volusia County Bank.
By Mr. Kooncewof Sumter, to require
railroad companies to provide stanch-
Seoas on flat cars; also to provide for
the revision and consolidation of the
public statutes; also declaring Wild-
.WiLlegally-io orporat4d town.
By Mr. Trammell of Pp9k, to amend
st:lion 10 of chapter 4983, relating to
rights of purchasers of fertilizers.
Olsattrous Wrecks.
Oarelessness Is responsible for many'
it railway week and the same cause,
ayre isnaing human wreos of suffteers
fr.s*f Throat uad Lung. roobles,. But
Saliie Mie adrnt of Dr. Kiig's New
4Dis oery' 'f r Consumption, Cougls
Waid Colds, eve4 the worse a ises cs be
ture, 0 ;a4 hopelee retI@gion W* ao
eoa~gr togIe.riy. Mrs. Lots Crag oa
,Dorihtr, Mats., I one of the many


Xteatat for dee .1l ka* .aM Leas


:'


!,


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on 0:,; e .s *`o $ sun is a
maiden an! h'I m son Is her brother
who aIs ovel conieby a wicked. passion
for her. Once as this girl was at a
dancing party In a friend's hut some
one cameup and twok hold of her by
the shoulders amn shook her, which Is,
according to the legend, the Edkimo
manner of declaring one's love. She
counid iot tell who it was in the dark,
and so ihe slipped her hand In some
soot and smeared one of his cheeks
with it. When a light was struck in
Sthe but, she saw to her dismay that it
was her brother, and without watting
to learn any more she took to' her
heels. He started in hot pursuit. And
so they ran until they got to the end of
the*world, the junrmping off place, when
they both jumped into the sky, There
the moon still chases his sister, the
sun. and every now and then he turns
his sooty cheek to the earth, when he
becomes so dark that you cannot see
him.
Raw Eiggs.
When raw eggs are ordered for ah
invalid to whom they are objectiona-
ble. make its palatable as possible by
having the egg as old as one can make-
it anid then serve it from a cold glass as
soo: n ait is opened. Of course lt Is
usleoss to serve any save perfectly
fresli eggs.
If the white alone is to be taken, it
should be beaten with a whisk until
very stiff and frothy, then seasoned
with salt or sugar, whichlWgr is prefer-
red, and eaten with a spoon.
Some who object to an egg beaten in
a glass of milk, sweetened and flavored,
can take the egg iff the sugar is omit-
ted and the flavoring extract replaced
by brandy.-What to Eat.
Women and money.
If you would have your women folk
economical, let them handle money
and learn to respect its value. Tetre
may be women who have not sufficieht
womanliness to honor the confidence
this trust implies, but they are excep-
tions. If such be your daughters, it is
your business to tench them otherwise.
If they be your wives, it is your own
fault for having married them. Whon
a father gives his son an allowance, he
should ho the same for his daughter,
not as a matter of material favor, for
the daughter's bills might double the
son's allowance, but as a matter ft
discipline, of financial experience and
education.-Collier's.

Thle Story ofa nllhop Hitto.
Bishop IIltto wa-ns a wicked prelate
who lived In 970 on the banks of the
Rhine, where lihe owned a tower, which
Is at the present day pointed out to
travelers as the Mouse tower. Here are
stored large quantities of grain. A fami-
ine ensued, and the hlihop Invited tho
people toh.is grauarles. As soon as they
were there he set fire to the building
and burned up tite people. The next
moruling the souls of the dead appeared
as an army of irits anid not only do.
stroyed everything belonging to the
bishop, but flushed by making a meal
of his person.
Quick Wit.
Regnlor, the French actor, had once
to call out to a fellow actor who was
expected to enter from the right wing,
"Ha, ha-there you are!" For some un-
accountable reason, however, the actor
came on the stage on the left side, and
Regnier, without being In the least d41*-
concerted, gave his call and added,
with a smile, "I saw you In the looking
glass."


MARCUS


ENDEL


Gainesville, Florida


;Men We Want to Talk To.
I7e bliehive that 1 0 ? '' ", i(t ai i (i rs irle f a /otiaHin rxprif---
c rf Lvtly *an in i G i1' ;'i 7'rh /.IntEt the' p si 'ivt fi 'fs in t/It <-(sf /atIf
every man in G (aie' ',r- i cruld! ( f lo 'Oisraight fo u for l// his cilohing,.
S.Each Wc tilk loU4/ i//sh a little n gru/ n (tmn th is *Pf -jf 'hin
week's argument is di ,ied i
TO THE MAN WHO WANTS TO
DRESS ECONOMICALLY.


Buying the best is the usseneo
of true economy. Good clothing
is cheaper than poor clothing-no
matter what the'respeotlve prices
may be.


'" We e/ll thr best clothing that
can be madlc (seei no te below'), nod
the prices not' /ligh/-a- e -'. "et-
ien sui t for eith fer bineies o
dressI wear eain he bought for tihe
Modest SUinM qf $12.)0, and it will
outiar (an/ two's slit's f/,tt ('ordi-
trinl/ t7Orea sell for e(abt t he stame
naly 1 aind ( will refrain its
shaIpe.tlesN long aftere r the' averati[/J
f/atl-M i wvi'l hl t merr hfblnille" of
1'trin'i /'tkles( n td fi n i <*


i -!,lll .IL ON ntUil o G AR UIIII TS'
No'raP-Whell ii at u bilys i Fiti frrmcn 1 f 7- .M- _-t- __.._
I Us he gets thef ii t-Clothlin- i -i /)
SWorld," miTide by them lan.,us tichlO aNt.
SBros. & Co. of I';ltinmore. All MOt eia .Wter r


garments bear tlhi" label:
S "


*Ossueulws hwbkt i~ta


-AkMRCU!S -ENDE.L.
a',' .; A ;: '' /


' WV WWW


0. . . . . *.... *'. . . . .. . . . .. .. .. . . .


Over-Work Weakens aK" AUa.ntiC C L ast Li ne
Your Kidneys. FOR tL EARTHLY POINTS
UnhKalthy Kdneys Make Impure BNIWA*
All the blood in your body passes trog ,
your kidneysonceeve et olbl '< h n v. 11 -W e s Mt Minerr
blood purlifiMrs. th .
ter out the wage or Tw Nd Qrp4 BorvCO
i., o= o, :Rapid Tran~itfana Unsurpa ,rviese
Impurtiles In thebloodp
if they aresick or TimotTOit Ap .
of order, they f TiAtod a l eff. A i 14, 190.
*5 their work. Depart For (.AISIfJL Arrive i rotm
Pamins.sobisandrheta- ''' ltr 4 :$& p mc.**
matism, cOmO rromx- s' 12410pm High p X. Newser and iler- 4 5: 0'i
-co of udi40the ay 1 m x Ints r~niy
Sba ooddue, to 110-1 .4d4 A- Daily
kidney trouble ... . l/ -' .' T pA td 2'4 : p "
Kidney trouble causesquick or ui ly Da"ly tl.t. at.P.lt. P anly
heart beats, and ma sh s. onefe.e.l asfie l.us il.y.. ..
they had heart e roible, bfaw thhefi' V:I 0t.p -. . s t'Alfiit', Jal kssn ill, i* :1 a
over-working tIn pumpin thiAk4, --o PattT T't* f Wet ThT y
poisoned blood throM gh v eis afrtarj t4
xit ittd f 4'cn Optl .fitir.( f 4SIptilg $m ,gh ithib eiLi faiuanlh, l a l .i'oils 1'i
troubles were to be traced to the kfdey si f Mi ast ani WDa altly
buit now modern stence proveh ih'.. a.. S, ..... 9 a
aUl constitutions l tilsewsss have their WSiW- -- -'---I-- t
ning in ki4ncy tr iyo are sick you can make ad mistake AhaI7,and Mdainuoy a m
by first doctoring your kidneys. Th ; -
and dte extraordinary ** t Dr' K' i" ;
Swa p.Root the:grot kidney"" rIt1"y a: ..a
soon realized. It standstle higlhgfie.preif. oeslle l al
wonderfulcure a 6 t he iost dll ct s .... s- .
sad is sold on iuz merits l -'
by altdruggists in ffty- n. rt e age T, good over sOIfmi 1 of among the ,pria.
cent and on -doiely rSBot.|D |.WiW4ee O0 le n by the rrlwipl oeil4no .s i
s.- You may haEve a ra Pulm 1t 1i FAr T Tants to ,Nw yor via IAtsitt ( 4i1
$*P.l bottle by maI n Vd't Lt5i)e tl a 4teamtIe U#o~ 44t4othurn a ilway.
Out If you ha"ve Oidne or ,badd4r '**f t 0, 1a :ta., VO,0 -
ift"OibhiD s aewris well ir r J ". 'v.0Kl Th"-
Ywu' ; sa7 aymustb s e iA n 1 t ~ 1V .'. T .


ICCC


. 1870


AL ATOT SIC NS,
Sii IDES,


WOOL,


Highest Market Prices Paid,
,~^ W~t**.. ,,,,,, ^ '


$AVAR1~Afl.


OOl(' fA


:MAX KRA USS,


'LI-q WM^IWE^ W V


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SPMLedalra e
SJAMES BALLARD '9I LOWill

For e by Johnson Bros., Gainesville


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Advertsemelnti of ten words or o io
this head Inserted for One Cent Wil. r i
In adVaneei eaoh Ilnertion.
Please answer advertisemenatw as l
Ia tbe advertisement. .
The eoondenofe orf all papeRa.inine to *.
t.ioea atlned with Inltttls. will tbe rtolpRi9 |
Theor names will not bst ivea to in tutrsi. '

DOYOU Want a OewlliinNotalohlt 00 00o6i
buy untilyou have eme, Ja [ flaa-i, * r
money. 1keeip on hann 6bif belpl, |^!
needles, oitttoel nenst andfllxt,\r
of mtoh Ines. Old mao lWtY tt
ohaunge, Seoond-hantnd uiaOiu ,U#*''
prnOO. Call on or adidM C,
0rent hgo filrn0er Mftr 0 O,,J1|c lyB, ill
Gaa s lueavle Cla. 04-l. a, w pi
HZI WiWANTUD-MAU.W
w ANTIt) -Mon to loairn harbor trade. A liit
time rotulredl by our tethtxl. IPractie'ttoi *,'
pirlenoc. exerot i stru tiloi,,, efto, et :OIdttt'1.
atlvely no exense,. 'ool,,01. iOtlonsfl t1
)lamiii* Oirena ttalone i)tantd copi
lo tiers show h i deitandi for u' it




Mathusliek Pianos,

NOTED r ORl SWEETNESS AND PURBI
TY OF '1TONE, 1OWER AND
DURABILITY.

Weot piano for this tryin cltlimate, astaude tis
tune longer thaii other, ooneitruoted of
b*Ntst nttertlilt", Iandl imost arntato
worAKiinahltp ottbtlinable.
Up tod tiue In every
dotal land Un-
etiualed.
Sold by us contliuiously for

OVER THIRTY TWO YEARS
without a single failure. If you.
want a piano for a lifltlnwae
service buy the
iatlhixuhlie.l T
Pricen its low as I oni onslatnl wit iualSlity
Oiath orti on owNY tormsn. oent on Itt dllys'
trial. Woe ia.v (rolirht. Wrtte
for priexm TODAY.



Ludden & Bates

Southern Music House,

SAVANNAH, - GA.
JOHN 0. MURPHY, Mgr.


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s WaeaSairT S laiTE APITAL

ieWole,. Caim Attracts


reat Attention.


Vi$ITORS


FROM GAINESVILLE


Olrlends odfHon. Syd L. Carter are Anx"
us t to Present His Name as Prose-
cuting Attorney for the New Eighth
SCircult-Other News.'
S (WromOur sp.clul Correspondent,)


,, Tallahassee, May 6,--The absorbing
Iy' topic this week is the hearing of testily
mony by the joint committee, on'theA
Walles-Baird claim. These hearings
are held in the senate chamber and
are poblico, Always there are present
a number kof visitors and the proceed-
ings art conducted with great dignity
and' formality. At the hearing Tue.-
day afternoon the list of w tteaos
present was a distinctly notmfab j ,
ul t~ining Governor Bloxhaniltni .
Senator Pi'Isco, 1Ex-Oong isoren
vid0on, Poughert-y, Bullock and fMa
SOr Fairbanks. A stenographer is em-
^ played and the voluminous testimony
will become a matter of record. The
pi. examination in chief is conducted by
enator Blouint,,actinig chairman of
the Comllmnitoo,


. '..ool oo m the I8pleott W im
shortly be obkc t for in 't he big..th .
eri dAly representedd byln.. F.'Jtdiia
just noP tr sitng a great deal of.

I$ i. at that when the1 .Governor's
mnaitlon bill 11ones before the 'House
an amendment will be proposed,
making no portion of the amount atp-
p.ropriated, available until the dity of
Tallahassee provides free of expense a
suitable site. It will be relnembered
a'simllar action on the part of the city
of Gainesville was necessary to secure
a United States government building.
The fanciful ..ries at which it sug-
gested Tall.ai. lots shall 1ye offered
would lead' r',i believeO that real
estate b'i tiful little capital
city :p in value that of
Georgialitiful, but slightly
moro popii ital_ nd mel ro'olias.
GR EA LY ALA RME D
By 'a Persistent Cough, but Perma-
nently Cured by Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy.
Mr. H. P. Burbage, a student at law
In Greenville, 8. C., had been troubled
for four or five years with a conitinu-
ous cough which he says, "greatly
alarmed me, causing ime to fear that I
was in the first stage of consumption."
Mr. Burbage, having seen Chnamber-
lain's Cough Remedy ad vertised, con-
cluded to try it. Now read what he
says of it: "I soon felt a remarkable


I


ter using two bottles of
o enlt size, was permia-
" Sold by all druggists
companies..
ERICAN REPUBLIC
et Up Government by
n Negroes In Haiti
.Iay 6.-AV'fllarm Pickiens,
o won the Junior exhibl.
Yale, has been asked to
lad of a new Afro'Amnor.
to be established In
Worlt dispatch from New
In his oration which
. Pickens discussed Hal.
And declared against it.
is to effect a conquest
of Hait f-by American ae
set up a governmerwt,
arecter. The junta oi
S,is at Sturgis, Ky., andi
dent. of thte goetety is N..
He askp that Pickens,
ary and'toard mrimber
n and says that th.Yale'
eventually be chostI as
the society. It ilr also
at ho. take the lecture
raise funds for the' or


Atantiic ('aa.st Lie Offers One W ,ay
writes to Homeseekers. ,
The AtIntic Coast Line Railroad "
Oopan will participate in one way
bittlert rates from Ohio and Missis- Re
aippi river gateways-r-Cincinnati, O.,
Louisville, Ky., Evansville, Ind;, Pa- o
ducah, Ky, Cairo, ill., St. Louis, Mo., Fo
and points beyond; also in basing rates Fo
from Meiphis, Tenn. (tickets not to La<
be sold 0from Memphis proper), for. 50
points oh and north of the line of the Pri
Frisco system (Memphis to Kansas
Oity), to the following points in Flor- -
ida, Georgiag North and South Car-D- Dr
olina an.d Alabama located on this anothe
system, or to which the company forms last fot
part of .an authorized ticketing route, Pai
at following rates under conditions ,
named:
Rate-One-half of the standard one-
way fare, plus $2.00.
Dates of sale-March 8 and 17, 1908;
April 7and 21, 1908; May 5 and 19,'
1903; June 2 and 16, 1903; July 7 and
21, 1903; August 4 and 18, 1903; Sep-
tenmber 1 anod 5, 1903; October 6 and
20, 1908; November 8 and 17, 1903.
Limit-Continuous passage.
Conditions-Contract and each cou-
pon of tickets to be faced "second-o
class, not good in parlor or sleeping
cars."
Here are some of the staple crops of
the different sections of this territory:
All vegetables and small fruits,
peaches, pears, grapes, figs, oranges,
pineapple#, grapefruit, watermelons,
citrui and other fruits, wheat, corn,
oats and other grains, tobacco, cotton-,
peanuts, hayq, rice.
The poleiy of the Atlantic Coast Line
is to foster all developmeAta along its
line.
It elaims that it is the greatest
trucking road in AmeriCa, and' it pro.-
vides every facility for getting farm,
garden and orehard products to the
northern markets in the best possible
cond ition', inW shortest time, and ab low-
est rates,
In nopar't of the country is there a
greater abundance of game and fish
than on tl:esline.
Northei'n farnmrers are invited to,
write for information in detail about
the territory of the Atlantic Coeast
Line.
WorIcd Wide Reputation.
Whito's iOream Vermifuge ha
achieved a world wide reputation as
being the beatiOf all worm destroye ,.
and for its tonie influence on weak and
unthrifty children, as it neutralizes the-
acidity or ourtness of, the stontash, im-
proves their dlgeslo, an a aSsismi la-.
tion of f~94, strong th t r nervous t
system and retiores them to the.,


Rarely has there been so interesting change and aft
a debate as that of Tuesday in the the twenty-Iiv,
Senate on the ruling of Senator neatly cured.
and nedialnee
Adame bn the point of order raised
by Senator Blount anont the veto of AFitO-AM
the Governor of the resolution memor-
talizing Congress in the matter of call- scheme to 8-
lg a United States consBitutional con- Amrerlea
Ventlon. The two masters of logic' t York,
eloqiieioe and legal acumen, Raney to .rieo atw
S ,ad Tllount, on opposing aides, was in become the h(
the nature of a mental feast thorough- leal republic
vly ppreoiantd by the Sonators whoso Haiti, sa ys a .
Ikowludge of constitutional laws wais Heven, ('.ontl.
0oithderably augmented. President won the prize
Adams, whose ruling against the tl'a froedoam a
.point of order raised by Sienator The scheme
S Bloont was sustained on appeal there- of the island
troes aed to
from by the Senate through the ques- Utopian in cL
Stion raised as to the power of the the momvene
G overnot to veto a joint resolution, the correspon'
wIll. doubtless bo again raised on f L.. Muagrove,
proposition to amend the rulings of act as secret
the Senate. in this seetlo
I Tw9 daily sessions are now being man would
hei;tld ihth iHouse oand every effort is president of
iiig mde ,.to catch .up. with ac- s ggetes' tha
r',o.o:"tamulated business. Nearer the- platform mni
ropih of flnal adjourninenit there may
be threo sessions daily, Very many Too
important measures remain undispo- In almostev
Sd of aand It is hard work and ple"ny eone has died fo
Of It from now on.* holera morbu
The meeting of 'th State organizx- could be proeu
tion of ooanty tsuperliitendents of ub- monoed. A rel
lio Instruction is now on and tho in- diseases shouh
0 Itial esloun wast held Tu'oosday night in risk is tOo" gr
Sthe hill of theo House of Representi- ThanberhlanI
l)Diarrhoea Re
tlves. Thie body will uoncludo its saved the lives
work on Friday night and the nicetiigs lived more
promilts to hoe both interesting and in- any other mn
1 struttve. Supt. W. M. Holloway, of all druggete
S Alahua, ls on the program, and under rugga
rH t he gotefrai head of "School Reve- Hat ot<
i ues" will speak of the' "Necessity for 'ro-i' rli,r
lenorcase Ii thn County Sihool Levy," 1ilr
Other prominent spleakersi include river. and 11V
Governor Jennings, Senator Carson, .ttras lM s hal
Hon, J. B Johnson of Dade Ci ty and h. iltomtri we
Hot. 1). U. Flotchlr of Jaoksonville, lnch in dtl,
The bill providing for the creation of elO,!'lh ( tlhe
the niew iFlghth judicial oirei ithas *now fs t
3 pawsod bothIh ouses andtilhere Is renew- Ut, cru anml
dons anid voe
e .d diemsnlion contemning the appoiut- t-o e regtant
ispit.of n the juidg and State's attor-
ny ltherefor. The tiuestion of the SpI
S jadgeship has already been tidiscused There is an
in thim corre'spoudeiuloe and thler is lit- the liver, .bow
tie itnw in this direction. For the sluggish aind
6 State's att-orieyshipil lihto a nunmilr impaired, wit
-' of lion. Syd I,. iartor's fasiends heroes ambition for
i ar particularly anxious that lie per- that the wholt
m .it thoii to tirge his apttiointmenit, bbeo tonlug up. TI
SUoving that his long ~xl r riline woulk in winter, th
be invaluable in thie proper conduct )lerbif will
of this tolice, in tie newly formed clr- soretiuins a ri
oit. ffeet, fully r<
Thoe studnuti.s of th' Florida State and give str?-
i' oll o 'lnit i n o at John01
th)ir nuInm.br many tor most decided Inauren
dramatic ability. At the opera house ChattanoOiP
here last week they Iprssitend that annual ,essih
isIrtioularly ditfulct play for anni. Co-operatove
teUm 'Theold 11Lsutud2 an-d bw- see"
S too a crowde*d house n ored such a alr-l
S distiti success that they wore omn- prld
.L pehllied to repeat the perform-naueo, tt a delitsa +itte
--.athi:eete h, neroxiay ii. to 400 Ton
Ga. ineaville il viry well represented wUl\ bi held
at the capital today by ol, . -
iDaTi, OOl6 J. A. Aimmuons, luon. l,. C. A L
ll.W iipohea snd Col. C. 0C. Thonmas. healthy ki
oiepltr OGalnevrille .oitiien aho has frolni the blc
at-.arrhtmpd ant! will be with us this good ihea
tis Master Eimer Mcieary, "ey Co. ,
Aat ) om,. td W ladS de,


a elasticit p of aprits-
Idhood. 25o at Johnson.





SGODORLESS.
signal lin AlL sie.

S ItAMOCKS
sor ment, lailudinx
tesI Patteras.
OLERSs,
ERS, and All
priltg and Summer
sclaltite a,
SWARE COMPANY





ITEE nd TRUST
COMPANY

yl'1ft rent and buy
ne for th formnation


W MOYERS,
il ills, Fla.
J ^ ^ J -. : iy ,,,,, .,:


mat: fr WOO
ei-M oleWt 0 twrom yit
r kiir :.to own !I i A
xwiti.of Ui to wo IK *-ow*
4x1 iMMti li I with delen-
i- bI "xi ,S (ir c4er. K
|ima WtM. IaI




s ro mu ai4 aow
t.tt-FM Ctt~t 00" fwB


gulates the Liver, Stomach, Bowels and Kidneys.
r biliousness, constipation and malaria.
r indigestion, sick and nervous headache. .
r sleeplessness, nervousness, heart failure, and nerv6us ptrostration.
r fever, chills, debility and kidney diseases take: Lemon lixir.
dies, for natural and thorough organic regulation, take Lemon, Elixir.
dents and $1.00 a bottles at druggists.'
pared only by Dr. H. Mozley, Atlanta, Ga.

GRATITUDE.
. H. Mozley-Dear Sir: Since'using your.mon Elixir have never had
r attack of those fearful sick headaches, and thank God that I have at
tid a medicine that will cure those awful spells.
Akersburg, W. Va. MRS. ETTA W. 1ONES.
I L6


*


Hi' FIDUTTOIN&E EC 180O.


H .F. DUTTON & CO.


COTTON DEPARTMENT.


GAINESVILLE


- FLORIDA


EIGES fl PA FOR SEA ISLAND COTTON
In Se.g orLtnt, Large or Smiall Quantitle-.


Advances made.
"made by


Warehouse charges free. Firm offers
letter or wire. Correspond-
6nce solicited.


WINDSOR HOTEL


J acksonville's Finest
And

FLORIDA'S LARGEST AND
SBETYEAROtUnW TE. L-
DODGE & CULLENS, Owners and Proprietors




B. F. JORDAND,



mAN- INSURANCE .
raw


PORTER BLOCK


--~~~~~~~ -


That Charming

Individuality


Is plainly shown when you con-
sult us about those Dress Goods.
In fact, here you can master the
touch of individuality as at no
other hbuse.
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 are here, re-
vealing the master touch of indi-
viduality which comes from the
personal suggestions and directions
of our buyers.

OUR MILLINERY and
SHOE DEPARTMENTS
Are now at their best, and you
should not fail to see the many
handsome patterns now on display.



G.W. HYDE


I V**T it S~
vCXXEAxtSA


II -


1


health, vigor 'i
i Great a Risk. natural to ohi
cry neighborhood some- Bro.
roin an attak Aof colic or
s, often before, medicine
hired or a phyician sum- r
iable remedy for thee
d be kept at hand. The
eat for any one to take A
s(olic, ChiblorA andi EA D'
medy has undoubtedly New De
i of more people anid re-
Pain and suffering than niliIlI
uicine in use. It call al. r A l\
ided upoif For sale by A uL EI
InLd medt no.. onipanits4. A Full As
omrna In Carolina. his[
R, C., May 6,-D!sTPatchlo
Ibi.d on tho North Care; WATER COl
,nfleld. o i ttW S9avan'nalU FREEZ
'rpnero counties, report a,' rE
ttstorm. At. Cheraw the SI
cre threp-quarterg of a i
terry and in Eiiti field the'
ha.liltone wa VSas num nBAIRDltA
Tn. 1o drmp ,. Very .l"
cotton are Up, nbItt glt'
getable eroie may hMs' --
ed.
ring Ailments.* The
aching anid tired feelli;
res anid kidneys be WGUARn
inaetivo, the dieS41 A
i little .or ao appeal. no 1
lity thing, anid a feeling
e body and mind newta. Will stop
he trouble ih, that dur- you a hor
ere has. been u aetiisUtt eall oh
o hiattor Imi the Iystes" ,
rentlov it, l5fn0110 aU to u
eight exit, and*ul. bo atoni C EO.U
restore the wasted ti ei 4 .
igth in place of weakaPtel .. .

SMeB in eoemtn.
a. T'nn.. May r.--l, W .
on of the Association of
inutuHl titurantSce col Pol
aye' eas seioe. Prelhliat u lDrowteor ri
I t t o a str l t t'.i tm t
tnuec WtUll .i6 roim 0. 4 to1
morrow's huminma eatAi t i. A,
at tookout Ind. httae I
e s.e i n .He r1,, ,t o r S
dneya filter the inmparit(ie a< rto>
od, and unrele th ti do body ree osin.
lth i* impossible. Foley's -t tM
makes sound kidsneyw sand. Iua m and W a
y orar I' tosne t koifey f1 sira i
09 It. 1i t. vi ntW toerA
I r .1WW" bull OA A
sound-. '''* ''. ,'." k i ii'3fa iu It bo 11. un lt%,'v.a -&U


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lTR DAILY SUN: GAINESILLE, FLORIDA, MAY 7, 1903


PACIIENTAL $HOOTING.
Wuh KWlil by His Playmate With
*.*: Parlor Rfle I
44tho reOar f Drua circle, ma
r o, GOeorge Purdle, 1 yf t at
100 .e street, emm oditd*nta*l
itand kied; by a playmatetant ~Co.
i4, Cade WIaltre 1 yara of age,
3) Ablaxzd awneiue,
e asEbootlUg was done with apar
, rfle, and the fatal bullett was s c
i1 22-callber, long. The ball passed
og UC1"1.0 rig. t arm an4 pentratlnt
t. qdy, went through the lungs.and
lged in the left side. Death was al.
St .Instantaneo.us,.
tfhe two boys were adhoollmaten
ifi neighbors and 'warm personal
4nde, and the tragedy that haas oil.
gloom over two homes has almost
twtrated the Walters youth. Atesi
lUzing the extent of the accident the
Lid cried bitterly and was al nmot.Jty*...
nd-!liB gia .rie.. ')tiliamlfthes ar
Ms'fled that the killing was purely ac-
lental, and no legal stepes will be ta.k
in the matter.


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DR. J. l. ALDERMAN,
D S Eig da.C D.

S [Sucooaor toStl l dr& Aldermani
Over Putaon & Co's Bfnk. Gainesvllte
'Spell asttention to on and ridge wo
Phone To-a ,
DR. GORapoN B TISON.

Graduate Baltimore College Dintal Srirwery
Five yors' xsMrieuoo Iun New vYork Clty.
Crown, Bridge work ank F4uling Specialtites
ALL WOB5 GUAUANTTKEI'.
Orcr:U 45 B21)nXL BLOCK. GAI N is v LI. PI.A
TDR. J. IH. PIERSON
DENTIST
South Side Square. u;ninesville,. Fa

lirttes Btlock, -oross the NaHu fromn Smlth's
Studto.
J W. PATTON,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND S V 11 EYOR
GAINNmVILLx.1LOt iIAi .


Mr. D. Kauble of Mrs. W. W. Lay- Dealtr in revs .tre. Thorowuhly posted
OHINESE LEPER AT LARGE. Nevada, 0., was ler of Hilliard, wih every setlonio land in Inahuiocounty.
cured by Kodol Pa.. was cured Corresondene solted.
apes From Close Confinement ai of stomach of Chronio EMPSEY
? Jeffersonr Barracks, Mo. |trouble which. Dyspepsia by HJ" DEMPSEY,
St. LOlls, May 6.-ra g Gong, the had effected the use of FURNITURE REPAilit.)
inese leper who has been kept In his heart. "Kod401, and Made Ne .
Sconfinement at quarantine, about LOOKING GLASSS RE- SI V IFED.
,Iltles below Jefferson barracks, foi We buy or sell Furniture, or can contract
6he past year and a half, has escaped, with you on the oomtisdon tuii. Patronage
01s0*; W druff, supeintedent ol ii ~ lw -.
qke quarantine hospital, at once or- ALFRED S. TAYLOR.
red 4 search for the d ageroua pa PAINTING tM)
I' ,i, who is still at large. Dona i PAPER HANUINt
ong's condition has not materially LRDA
changed siOnce his ostracism from soci. OAINESVILLE, FI)RIDA
aty, and he is too dangerous a. patient
made to apprehend him.
I n i. apreendh. ,BODIFORD & MeCOILUM. ono. c. w Kn a6tB M, v. sfflom
Baltimore Holds City Election. _& KCL iR 7 A SA 1, 17 .
Baltimore, May 6.-A municipal elec -
tion las being held here today for mayor MENAND M WOMEN WALKER & SHAYLOR
or, city comptroller, president of seo Ulo BiUgitforniinaturakl A'T'ONm Ar LA W
I* A S.or f dtloratlnflfnlnU~nl, ATlTORNJ -AT-lAW,
o.d branch of city council, who, un. t eaa e Arritatio rToloR leratlon
-der the Baltimore city charter is vices i l r l n d na Jacksonville. Florida
i..ayor, and members of the city coun.# naitlvnEMhIIO. gent or poi noul. 02
.... There are four mayoralty candid, ii10lNATI, l S In bl a I nagitT aT. 4-8-
dates, Republican, DImocratic, Prohi loIri o PeI ft D'o r.AFE BELVEDERE-
1bitionist and Socialistic,.the chief con m Cirqular *eut om nuinl F B
iist being between the two former, WM. SCHILLB, Proprietor,
aOngreseman Prank C. Wachter is th 182 W. Forsyth at., Jacksonville, Fla.
Siepublican candidate for mayor and TO THE PUBLIC. Opposite Pontonvle.
tate's attorney Robert M. McLane,
DemoatIyc caRbndidatet. The cam. We, the undersigned, hereby agree
e Demooratic candidate. The cam,'Be dingpla i t n
ign has been one of the moat active to pay $1,000 to any manufacturer of Best dining plae Il city. Fine
the history of the city. paint who can show, by similar tests. Wines, Liquors ahd Cigars.
Ce. Pwr.' Cse.' allny paint standing upon any metal THE WEST END,
S Caeb .Powers' Case. surface as perfectly and for so long a
Goergetown, Ky., May 6.-The case time as our FINE WINES, LIQUOi(MS & CIGARS
against former Secretary of State Ca- GRAPHITE ELASTIC PAINT. JOHN MNZICS. L'rprletor.
b Powers, a accessory to the mur- GA IT A PIT OH MNIt. .'rie
4er of William Goebel, three years We guarantee GRAPHITE ELAS- 0-9 W. tay at., _._'la nvlle.
ago, was called today for a third trial, TIC paint to contain no tar, rosin, as- Faust beer, bottl anld ldraught. Don't
When attorneys for Powers renewed phaltum or any of the products of fail to call on me wihein litJacksonville
their motion for Judge Cantrill to va- petroleum, and when applied to any! .. ...
OLte the bench. The Judge took the surface according to our directions to ILEN IN JACK,NV11 IE
toatlon under advisement. The cases wear perfectly for a period of five oV
of Harlan Whitaker, "Tallow Dick" years, snd we agree to furnish, free qo Visit i le-
.Ombe and J. W. Davis as accessory charge, all paint necessary to repaitt THE CRYSTAL HAI. ON AND 110F
Another murderase wasere callontinued. ay surface whero it has proved de- GARI)E1.
Another murder case was calle fe tive. Signed, The best Liquors in thIe city. Entor-
sl conceded that the Powers case will fecve. gn tainment every night at Itoof Garden
aot be heard at this term of court. The National Paint and Varnish Co.. Theatre.
Cleveland, Ohio, U. S. A.
Loubet Thanks Edward. We take pleasure in announcing that Hr OLt RICLIAILE
Paris, May 6.-Prealdent Loubet tel. we have secured control for Alachua
egraphed to King Eliward at Ports- ount for the e of the celebrated TIN. HIT M AT. AD
maouth thanking him for the good will GRAPHITE ELASTIO generallyy i:PLUtTaIU N jeSTA l)M I8 NTI
aititfested toward the people and gov. known as Uncle Sam paijit.) Thi --
ern.ent of France as expressed lla paint has the highest endorsement f or
the king's dispatch to the president tin and iron roofs td all exposed SATI'rAOTIONC I ARIANTXED.
trom Oherbourg yesterday. The rad- metal.
flal soclalist group In the chamber of T. F. TIOMAi i. iA S. CO. O. A PBan at, 4 Leie And Maxaier
deputies haa adopted resolutions urg. .Gale~lrfle, FtI t e.|via-
Tla .the immediate negotiation of a : *;'
treaty of arbitration between Great -' --Wo ; .-'-
"a+""90 A00 aloon as4d af

For a whole year the famous English b "
phyalcian, Dr. Radcliffe, attended a *- -
friend without a single fee passing be-
tween theni. As he was leaving after I. Merahsnts Lunch from 12 to 2p. m.
his last visit thie patient said: "Here, r 1
doctor, 1s a purse in which I have put .
every day's fee. You must not let j urbersger Beer 1 rtulfllt
your kindness get the letter of my n t
gratitude; so please take It." The gen-
erous physlejnn ppt out his hand to re- Steaks, Fish, Chops. Gtme fIn season,
ject the purmo. but the chink of the gold to order. Pool, Itilliardl, Rowling
asn too mIucih for his amiable resolu- Complete Stock Of Furi. Alley. 1i() BW t
telono eo pu.t It in his pocket, saying, ... .... .
"Shigly. ,r. I could bhave nrfted them ture, Stoves, Heatet Do CHEAPER T N A N T
forever, 1)ut nall together 1 am afraid _ T ,PR A OWT ,_
the aIrsitlba n ........... TTER THAN MEDICINE
'T'e "oinn Aiedi illsst.. l l'U II 1
he lotrmn a.iwueducts v were marve ls| Il|N ll I- -
Aof rchK ,tTuP.t The Abtl. Vfi forty-

of which tirty-eighbt were on 7.,t10 art QFu^ :l :" *o
taes sawiv.y fevt bhighb; thle Ciandia tu i k teheduks to .
Was forty-wtetn rtdles long; the arches i lR] N(I I AM, NASHIttLLI, ', '
1liIf'eetoih. Tlte t o.ma aquducta V' aios ( I A TOf i
bhinght:4U*, .4: cubic feet of water EA VI I ., .
dal.y tae tbe cty, and the !aroas see. |.,lt IHVILLE.0I INNATI, .-: ,:" /'%, i
tJhis oif the metropolti were supplied ST. LO. IS.l and All Poittes -' , r":
With water byi 13,o pipe. West and N orthwet. *& V:.;p ^
y 1 e, '. .* . M "OBIIE', N1.W ORLEia',
f:lteod.as' sai. .M to b) rta.; arnd Ali PiOtlt4ii 'oithwet _,
Sas M ah as I senad on os. I t's v *_* *5 t
Os. k a*.gVf n'*es, s etinobtlnsr' ,. 1 Through Tiekel! via I., AX. a old -S s


SOUTHERN AIIWAY.
In Connection With ATLANTIC COAST LINE,
lFurr TlIv, JANUAR'Y 14. 1903,.

No. )No 3 O. No.34 Btwoin lacksonville and Now York N o, o.a i1?
7 5 1 s a2 n 45 Lv. Jacksonvillo, Fla So. Ry ......... Ar. 10 0 .
10Mt 2 I p I2o0 L. JesupOl ... ....... ................ ,Ar, ,a t l0 i
12 2 au43 1 laMn, Lv. Stavainuh. CG.. .. :.. ............ Ar.I 5 i a0 3 .
S ooKo s a) in16 Ar. Columi bia, S. ...... "'. .. ........... .. Lv, I g ,. 05 6
S1 I a ISM t tto S,120 Ar. Chtrlotto. N. 0 .,.. ......,..,. .... l'v, H p 4 )so'
1250 1tp 1243 I 114 Ar, Greoinsboro, N.C. .. ..............L. V 45
60 1 ( N N a Ar. RMihniond, Va ....So. Ry ............Lv. ti) p. 111i
4 17 N ? it 9 a ( Ar. I.yntiburg, Va..... So ly............ Lv. 7 U OV P 81 41'
( 10 pi 7:12 4 35 Ar. Charlotteavilo.V.. ...............Ly. 1 48 0 s
00 10 ) It i 7 40 A WVishintlon C... .......... .Lv. 10 a 31
1I1. p ll 1 0 t () Ar. Ihll tmoe, Md.. ... R ............... Lv
25b a 1 :itI 1,11 12 Ar. l'hiladolphla., W .... .......... .. ...3Lv. 0
.L 13 1k. l 1 3 .1 3 ..Ar. N w York......... .. .. to 1 40 .0
Noa. :n iil. ;3 1- "'t lhe solitthrn 1'intuL limitedd." aSoiltl voetliuled train of 'ulliman rwdraw
room. tonpiurtment. olubh, o olousito, obszervtitlon iand iningw eArs between Jiackionvtllol 0
Now Ytork. Arrlvoie ti except Mo wiYas: eavodta x *K0*)-eti- tl s ; .
S os. 33 u.iaI -.-Nw York R i d triaA'fi .kxpreWs." t1ilhian drawiut room sliepliitgors ant
tlnnltg oir.s iirwtn ,Itltk.ou\ iwe andi New Yorkl. Coaches betWeou 1Atohnvlllo tl. Walh-
iligionl. llnii.
No.s 2:. In tot "\\'s.i.iurgton s nd hFlorln ThlillOd."'Pllman ldrawtniit room sleeolig otars
betwevtin J.i kav-ltill t(ikd Nelw Y\'.rk. Co(.aCiiIte betwoolo JaklOlu4vlldt. anti W\Vahltluton, tilllntlu
rtii.1 betwL i t <'*oltkubiit tonil VasintfiIton, t)allv, "
No. 30 Thn.righ the ".Laund of ithl Sky,' No. s1
76 t ..\ r -. ... .. .' J ltt tv....'( I il i .. ...i i, t ... ....'. 9 1
I ...1 L%.... ... .. ............ .. tA, v >lt 1 ti N. .. ..... S o. y .... 4 0 t)
3 ..0 A Ct o umbia S. C,. Ity.,.., .v 1041

?.ial > t) ;> a Pluinu ra wing rooli iland bulfto, mletng oar biletweeu JaOlltlivlUe and
Cltuiuncnitl.
No. No. 13 ttw ee.u ,Iaksoui 'I ail the Nrtiih aind Wet No. N
0 10a (4 7 .5 t o IA-,.lt kw ville ,F"lat. ty ..................... 'N t I0 a p
1201 a. l0 t. I,v. .lesulp, in............ ...... ... .. ............... Ar. A80 51
UM P 3 0 tti Ar. Mao ,uin ...... ... .. ............... ........ Lv. 110 1
so T l 1X A r, Home, G ........ 116 ,p 8
10 1. .r, Atatit .... . .............v. It 10 411
OVA9S ;1#3; 1 Ar, .Oll .t,... ... ..... ..... ........... .. .. Tv. 0 41. 1 "
r1045 94t Ar, Chtltuilu)ogat, Ten ... ... ............... .. lv. )Ift 801
540 a 5 1M p Ar. rxiirtol, .Ky ....... ....... ... .. .... l 19 10 06 t I? 1
S 7. Ar. n nnati .... .......... Lv, I
it830 a [10 v, ('lo (ln )ti. Oll()... I our.....I 0 r ........ .....A. A it 0a 90l5 p
1) 7_l 1 .Ar. .l, ,to,. I ,. .F........ .lUg 'o t.r.. .......... ........ ....Lv. 0, 0 p 1 00
1l0 at 8 13 p 1.v. Cinotinn ti, Ohio........ I i. ln,I. .es ....... .......... Atr .4R l 00 lp
20 1 7 a Ar, thilatro .... ...........Penti. 1Unoit....... ............. .Lv, t 40 p tO W
a i 4t A lv. a 8olt i, il tio......... I(, t 1. Mt.(o '... ... .....Ar. '140 00.
,4 1 b 7 3 a ,Ar. Chlo..Itl. IU ...... H,.& ,. Mon 83 0 a B4b0 1 l.v. t'lnoinlntl, Ohio ....., A O M lh. Cotton ......... ..Ar, M n 7 '4 p
2a 0 1) 5 10 Ar. Toledo, Otio .......... ......... %v, It5 p li
4 20 T Ar. Dotrot, Altoh.... .. ... ... .tv. 100) 18
8 ) a 14() > l-v. Cilnnattl. Ohio .. P nn. lnI po................... r. .0. a r80 1i
540 p Ar. Ilittburt.P .. .. .... .. .. ... ... .. .. ...LV. 800
8 .30 98t0 i 1 .Lv, (CI. lnnniti. Ohio ....... Illi our ......................... A at a
3:K p 45 n Ar. Cleveland.Ohio .. ............. 110 (
7 3o a 5 30 l 1 Iv. ltexington, ......... So. . .. .... y. Ar. 104 a l100 tI
10 3b N 15 Ar. LoulvtiillE. K)y. .. .. ............. ......... Lv. T 41 7) T
.7 11t i Ar. h t. loulif, ..... . . . ...... .. 1001 P1 a
. .. 4,1) v. L extitatont, y ...... ,Ho. y.. ....... .. ....... A lOM a5 0 .
4 < l.v. l iutivllle, y ,.. I'uLnn. Lines ..... ... .......l.v. 7,10 .
... . 7 a Ar. th o, l . .... " .. . ., i 4 . ....
4No. i sn 6 .hlutliio and ilorlda Spioolall.' MSolitl vrtdibule tra(tt *okwoont Jnk anid Oinolnnatl. ArrivOs daillvy ex Ocet l MonYday'I lOteanialy exoopi. M uttd,. 'Throug h hlliuvtn
dratwiln rroom nllecOtil ours to (Chlago viii t11hk totr: to t levellattl vhi mll twitg r p t) 'tllttSu otw
via 1e0nno VlvIaini II nIsL I i Jrtiry ohtbSrvittol r tto l.oul.ville. I t-lrtil.,ax thortoughtlit 0 e O Aitlk
to ttta'tiitla). Dianlii tar to letinitual. Aino 'l ueslay. Thumraly nti lslaturiiray.uthroigh
Pulun liti letqtii) vor uto D)etroit.
Nos. It nindl 14 "The Ifloritlnit I.tiltmtl." Seout voitllile train., Piuilinan Prawinwi rpooli MltlMOtM-
lng eiitta rn lirst-.lu i l thttrtiuhitfi ur tiuin lihe li and illinfi lia t bltwoo> Jbik11univillhle tid OlruotM -
nuti. thrti.iuh t llnltiitat driwtnilo room rlefeping o'ars to Clli"fo vlia 1, & 1,s,.Mono lolttLi; ot
tulgtugo vli ivenu m'l\ iln I l >tn [i" .L u',. .. ... .
No. No,. I Ithteeln Jiuiaktonvillo AnII d KaisiN Cy J No. tyt N.o
2 16 i t 7 l 1 ,1v. Ji i ,t iit t Il, S. 1y . V,. ar Oi .
0 1 0 1iVi' iiAr.
31 1 l i r. ii), hj i,. (it . .. . .. v, tI tM I (I ) p
t s ) t h !' I,.' Ar, A lhl11Vin ti . . 1V, 10 t5 pN 1t 111 it
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Igosre with Cushma. A'xn 1i.
A. R,. Harper made a fly ng visit to
ow!rS1s lRELIABLE Alachua yesterday. .: c t ,tr ,"
SSee Moyers for coupon eonttats Ithe
tandard. tfW-16
Trythat corned beef atFagin's.amait
S -l ket. Only lOc per pound. tf
S0. C. Thomas and E. C. F, ,hez.
have returned from important business
at Tallahassee.
J. K. Abrams made -a bridf trip to
Alachua yesterdas in the interest of J3.
'A. Abrams, the piano and music man.
Cottage,' and well, ventilated roomsi
ftor rent. Reduced rates for the sea-
son. Mrs. L. A. Thrasher, 201 East
KING Main.- at
Three scenes from "Mrs. Wiggs in
RE the Cabbage Patch,'" to be presented
Friday evening, is worth the price of
Sadmission.


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S' OF CITY AND

COUNTY CONDENSED

Matters of General Interest Gath-
ered by Our Reporters.

-'PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS

^r'^ What Has Happened and What is Going
to Happen Told In Short Paragraphs
So That "He Who Runs May Read"'
It int The Sun.
Insure with C(ushman & 1111.
S A. W. Thomas is spending a short
.. time in Tallahassee.,
A. E. S-mmers of -High Springs was
il: the city yesterday.
D1n't fall toSeeo Mr. Bob at the op-
erhouse Friday evening.
S mall payments earn good dividends
1I the Standard. See Mojers. 4to5-16
N. A. Callison was in the city from
his stock farm at Bennington yester-
l day.
For Rent-New 8-room hose corner
Orange and Bay streets. Call at
premises. 8t.
Ask your grocer for Oweley's self-
raising flour. Highest grade and
pure. to 5-4
S A. C. Jones of Waycross, watch in-
1^ spector for the Atlantic Coast Line,
was it the city yesterday.
1Col. 1 E. Webster of the. Dutton
Phosphate Company, Dutton, was a
visitor ti this city yesterday.
0 Foley's Honey and Tar is peculiarly
S adapted for ithina, browi.iiis and
hoarsolleness. Sold by W. (., \nallace's
drug store,
LW. Jackson, thlt suiecessrfl agent
of the S11nger S'wving Mhaohiene Conm-
pany doepartted yesterday for points In
the East End,
Lost-Itrinidle amlt white pidvd bull
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i-ve"ittW OamaO Hilt. W nuOR ON SINK DIM 1,
Th. Tonia Ladies' Card Olub will vA V SINU
be entNtah1ed at the home of Mrs. ES fCLY
Mc1C0ml tat o'clo. this afternoon
a of tHoney and Tar contains .no 7
opiatawtl an 'safely be giien to
cldri, BSold by W, O Walace'iForce of Twenty-five eL oW
dr k a uewreo Etmployed on the Tak.
Jenkin a a butter would put to ...
shame the EngliSh Tom, and MUis R CAMP. HAS CONFIDENCE N
Patty as a maid with a love for dra- MR
matic art Is inimitable. Miss Kath- Will
erine is a splendid type of the yqung He Feels Positive the Project Will
college woman, while her friend, "M. Prove, Successful-Fine Resort With
Bob," is a typical type of the fun-lov- ModernAmusements to be Establish-
ing athlete. Miss Becky is a good old ed at the Sink.
maid with all the whims of her class.
G06 see them perform their parts Fri- The gigantic undertakgg -of con-
day evening, structing a big dam across the mouth
-- ofAlachua Sink has actually begun.
For Over Sixty Years There are employed at the Sink about
Mrs. Winalow'p S*oothing Syrup has twenty-five men, and work has assum-
been used by children while teething. ed business-like proportions.
It soothes the child, softens the gums, W. N, Camp, the promoter of this
allays 41al pains. cures wind colic, and ziovel project, was in the city Tuesday
ti the best remedy fordiarrhoea- Twen- and made a trip to the Sink. He will.
ty-five ceso, a bottle. Sold by all drug- personally supervise the construction
gists throughout the world, of the work as much as possible, but
A PROMINENT VISITOR. the responsibility will rest upon Con-
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City Surveyor Cothroll of Chicago Fa-
vors Gainesville With Visit.
Gainesville has had the honor of en-
tertaining Hon. William Cothroll of
Chicago, who ho'ds the responsible po-
sition of surveyor for the city of Chi-
cago and Cook county, Illinois. He
came as the representative of a party
of Northern capitalists, who have em-
ployed him In c nnection with Sur-
veyor J. W. Patton in looking up some
lands for colonization purposes.
Col. Cothroll expressed himself as
being well pleased with this county.
He stated that he had made a careful
examination of the soil, which he con-
sidered very fertile', and that he would
make a favorable report to his employ-
ers.
Should the colony be successfully or-
ganized it will be located within a few
miles of Gainesville. Several tracts
of land are under consideration,
neither of which have been decided
upon. It will bring to this county a
progressive class of planters and others,
and will likely prove a good thing for
all.


You never heard of any one using
Foley's Honey and Tar and not being
satisfied. Sold by W. 0. Waliae's
drug store.
0. D. Schafer, the stone cutter, de-
parted yesterday for High Springs,
where he has a contractor erecting
several nice monuments.
Lost-Small open faced Chatelain
gold watch with picture inside of back.
Finder please return to G. W. Crafft,
A. 0. L. dispatcher's office. 8teod
. Supt. W. M. Holloway and President
Weeks of the Board of Public Instruc-
tion are attending the convention of
county school officers in Tallahassee.
Mrs,% George K. Broome and charm-
ing daughter, Miss Sallie, and Mrs. A.
R. Harper are attending the session of
the State Chapter, U. D. C., at Madi-
son.
The:friendsof Ralph Dennis will be'
pleased at the information that he is
out again, after an illness which 'con-
fined him to his room for several
weeks.
When you want a pleasant physic
try Ohamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They are easy to take and
pleasant in effect. For sale by all
druggists and medicine dealers.
Single young men will find the
coziest furnished rooms at the
Brown House Annex, 75 cents per
week to $2. Also several rooms for
light housekeeping. Apply Brown
House offloe.
Oapt. J. W. Carter of Mieanopy was
in the city yesterday. He was en
routeito Holder, where he has been.
summoned on business. He reports a
heavy rain, one which will prove of
great benefit to crops, at Micanopy
Tuesday night.
Jas. A. Abrams, after an absence of
ten days in Baltimore, where he went
on important business, returned yes-
tordpy. .Mr. Abrams states that he
enjoyed the trip thoroughly, and that
Baltimore is one of the liveliest cities
he has ever visited.
Phillip by mistake gets the wrong
hand bag and is only reminded of ,his
error after attempting to board the
train. Then he.discovers he has a bag
of black cats. His discomfiture isl
told in "Mr. BDO." the comedy to beh


Sto nalm of "Iilig.'" wardd if left at presented Friday evening. Barnett of Philli
Carter Bros.' store. 2t lar visitor, bea
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Holley departed that C Vougl
Tom ardner has totrfrned from yesterday for Savannah, where they to encouraging
South VFlotdan, w holie has been for went for the purpose of attending the partly encouragingked a
the past few months. Ilis friends session of the Southern Baptists. They tl choked
were glad to welcome him. were accompanied by Miss Yauny of very bad.
0. W. RobortH of lligh Sprimugs, one Kentucky, who has been their guest aong friends
S of the valued nmployes of the Atlantic here for several weeks. From Savan- waLnter, Lien
C Ooat Line, was in tht' city yesterday. nah Miss Yanoy expects to proceed to April 1, when
lie wio en routte to Svivnmiah, where her Kentucky home. home. He is
be willlsptnd itshort. vaation. home. He is a
he will nd a hor at Mrs. E. C. Pound and sons, Hodges sportsman, and t
The residence of J. It. Lttcerloh, and Addison, have returned from At- shooting afforded
East Maimn street N is beimig improved lanta, whore Hodges has been for the Should his tilnet
In appHeraueI e by it ldintral application past few months attending a de4ttal ence would be
of patut. l'The work is Ileing exteiitd college. He graduated from the col- and it is to be ht
i, under lthi slupervtsiin of lainti r Whit- lege with honors, and his friends are A Ru
,:ield l0ow congratulating himn upon the fact A Run
,: A. 'rr.vtt, the totitur muil plmoih-r., that he is a full-fledged member of the Terninated w
made aablusiy.ess titI IlighiSprings dentist's profession. lie is probably leo t B, tOrn
Syest ay. Mr rr,,itt saa thor,, is ai the youngest dentist graduate itI the yielding to dot
great deal doii g in lhis li, in Ill igh St.ate, and will tno doul)toitjoy theeom- four years. Th
Sprigs now. 1111l he ir'unplosts tto iiak' plinim'Int of a successful career. Salve cured. It'l
ak bd for hin shalrS ualds. Skin Err
Th (d'i's. ar,.pr. tluDg Kleiy puty Sheriff Garrett V. Chamber- at all drug store
S The delegates 'rprit.res g Kirby l aint of Tacoma was in thecity yester- --"
.t mi. h iha ,USttl l (ft1irtof t ily Ite had in custody Fdwird Jen.- T
...-onfederacyat tlh< State cnvntin kis.I a tn)egro whom he arrested at n puruac
j .Madison are Mr,. 1i. II. Met. V r- Wnutburg Lake yesterday morning Section 85, Lawl
e lsident of Kirby Snmith, who is also tupt a charge of obtaining good. low a statnlont
e.. orditig secretary of the State Cha.p- udtr fkas pretense. Jenki, it i sof taxes colect
tr, Meada--es L. W.- WJaitvksoi. I arcus ciid purchased goods from the tax collector of
-'oel, 'awigt and .1. N. story of C, E. Joiles at Palmer on. ida, for the pt
Strobhar. oredit and jumped the village without 1908, a shown b1
S Andrew Ooroneas A ASoln haiv optow.i-n paying for sanu,. lie will be arraigned ceipta on tile in
ed i the opera house block a fruit nud adt tried bWfore Justicoe Harvard at Lense ...
S tbaeto tore and 'wIll ater to the A\rredulo.' Road Fund, 8 a
friendship ald patronage of the t Pue- [General Fuund,
Ie of GaiesB.... The store will be I a', ain i of 1wat .,IShool Fund, 5
i-uder tlhe management ot. Andrew with the best doctors for stomach Sohool Fund Pa
r 'omeas, .. levor wyong man of trouble, without relief, was advised by School Fund Po
acksnvll who opened the pla hisdruggist. Mr Alex. ;it.hard. to School Fund spa
lesterda.t The net tht wrill ta ry a blol of Chamberatin's Btonmach
jet ero y. aT htew t wit n and Livcr Tablets. He d.idso, and ls a Total.
,doubt lojoy ai aieoofitl trald, mthe wenll man today. f1 troubled with in-| "
need of such a store has bll n felt or i gestio, bad taste in the mouth,
ss BU t in 'th '' hh- '..*.'. l at14k of ap Ltt ."t- oontipaiatu giir.*


respect Old Age.
when youth fails to
pect for old age, but
.y in the ease of Dr.
,Pills. They cut off
tter how and .rrespect-
'Dyspepsia, Jaundice,
stion all yield to this
, at all drug stores.
OUGH IS ILL.

nter Visitor Suffering
'thern Home.
friends of Col. 0. E.
tast ten years a reg-
or to this city, where
i, Will regret to learn
e ill at his homo in
J. Capt. J. Maxey Dell
from Dr. Marshall L.
ipsburg, another regu-
ring the information
h's condition is none
, as one of his lunges is
nd that respiration is

spent several mnionths
in this city the past
mained until about
business called him
a very enthusiastic
enJoy the flue quail
d by oklaehu county.
w prove fatal his pres-1
gre tly missed here,
hoped he will recover.
away Bicycle
ith an ugly out on the
e'r, Franklin Grove, Ill.
'a stubborn ulcer un-
tore and remedies fot
ena Bucklen's Arnica
sjut's gmtod for Burns,
options and Pikes. 26e.
s.
ix Notiee.
Of Chapter No. 4116,
Sof Florida, I give be-
;showing the amount
B by W, ID.: ekiison,
Alachua county, Flor-
oriod ending April 80,
y county treasurer's re-
my offlee towit:
... ........... 18 7,0
n.ui..s. .,. 170 11

Ull) '01........ 32 0

le 1 o2 .....4. o00
41 .tax distrieW. 10"0 28


tractor Malpnurs, wno nas agreeu to
finish the dam in a substantial man-
tiner.
' The object of this project, should
the venture prove successful, will be
to develop a power sufficient to oper-
ate an electric line between this city
and the Sink, Which will be transform-
ed into an upto-date resort. The
power will also 'b utilized by. the va-
rious manufactories throughout this
city and section at i' greatly reduced
price over steam. Mr. Camp expects
to develop a thousand horse-power
from the dais.
Traveling is Dangerous.
Constant motion jars the kidneys,
which are kept in place in the body by
delicate attachments. This is the rea-
son that travelers, trainmen, street
car mep, teamsters and all who drive
very much, suffer frbm kidney disease
in some form. Foley's Kidney Cure
strengthens the kidneys and cures all
forms of kidney and bladder. disease.
-Geo. E. Hausan, locomotive engineer,
Lima, 0., writes, "Constant vibration
of the engin caused me a great deal of
trouble with my kidneys, and I got no
relief until I used Fole 's Kidney
Cure." Sold by W. C. Wallace's drug
store.
PLAY WILL BE GOOD.

Those Who Attend the Opera House
Friday Evening Will be Pleased.
"Mr. Bob," a two-act comedy, and
three scenes from "Mrs. Wiggs in the
Cabbage Patch" will be presented at
the opera house Friday, May 8.
This entertainment will be one of
the best given in Gaineaville this year.
It is full of humor, wit and repartee.
The caste is composed of some of t.he
best talent in the city.


REFRIGERATORS

WATER COOLERS

MOSQUITO
CANOPIES
AND ALL
SEASON ABLE

GOODS

CHAMPION

AND
DEERING
BINDERS
REAPERS
HAY RAKES

PRICES LOWEST
TERMS RIGHT

Thomas Hdwe & Seed Go,

Spickets Must Not Run.


1f we wish to show the solons at Tal-
lahassee that we are loyal to our Superintendent Roux is complaining
State institution now is the time. It of the numerous faucets throughout
would help the school to be able to ad- the city which are used for irrigation
vertise that a benefit entertainment purposes, and which are permitted by
was given a cordial support by the water consumers to run continuously
citizens of Gainesville. day and night. Nptwithstanding that
-i -- he has courteously and repeatedly re-
Not a Sick Day Since, quested these consumers, through the
"I was taken very sick with kidney press, personally and otherwise, to
trouble. I tried all sorts of medicines, turn off the water at night, this re-
none of which relieved me. One day I ques.t seems to go unheeded, and as-
saw an ad. of your Electric Bittersand summer is rapidly approaching, if this
determined to try that. After taking a oustois continued, Gainesville wil
few doses ,I felt relieved, and soon uom continued, Gaineville will
thereafter was entirely cured,and have be threatened with a water famine
not seen a siok day since. Neighbors of similar to that of three years ago,
mine have been cured of Rheumatism, Consumers should bear in mind tha
Neuralgia, Liver and Kidney troubles rt.cn ould bear in mind that
and General Debility." This is what B. the constant running of spickets not
F. Bass, of Fremont, N. C., writes: only reduces the supply of water, but
Only 6e, at all druggists also the pressure, which is badly need-
Well Pleased With Florida. ed in the event of fire.
There is aln ordiance covering the
Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Bosworth of use of water for irrigating purples,
Providence, It, I., after a delightful s o ater for irrigating purposes,
Prviit of several month in thigh city toand providing a penalty for violation
visit of several months in this city to of the same. If the custom of con-
the latter's brother, Hon. Walter tin ed aed uninterrupted use is con-
Robinson, expect .to make their de. dpted e i
parture for home toay ined, Superintendent Roux will be '
ucon)ivelkhd to resort to .this ordinance,
Incidental tb their sojourn here, ance
Mr. and Mrs. Bosworth visited the A Farmer Straightened Out.
East Coast atnd other interesting "A man living on a farm near here
points in Florida, extending their visit lname in.a short time ago completel
to Cuba. While they were delighted doubled up with rheumatism. I hand.
with that attractive country, Mr. Boa- ed him a bottle of Chamberlain'tPa a -r
worth stated that as a place of resi- Bi and told himn'to use it freely and
denee he would much prefer this State. if not satisfied after using it he need
He is particnlarly impressed with this n"t pay a cent for it," says C. P. Ra
Motion and his friends will be glad to der, of Prattens Mills, N. Y. "A few
learn that he may decide to locate Idas later he walked inro the store as
here within the present year. straight as a string and handed e a
dol lar, saying, 'give me another bottle
Cures When motorss Fail. of Chaberlain's Pai Balm. I wat
Mrs. Frank Chtaon. Patterson, ., it in the house all the time, .for t
mr For sale by all drg
writes June 8th, 1001: "1 had malaria medicine companies drug."- a -
fever in very bad. form, was under -----.------
treatment by doctors, but as soon as I Notic
stopped takitngtl irniedieitehe fever having been c ietd at thef
ee r, ADr. ofthe Olr*% o
would rmeurn. I usd a sample battle AlAchu ... -ty oi the Oioft ou t,
otatt A Couilty. FloriM.of
of raf d itshelped ni re. Then ai t, (-hereby give otth .
eared mae. Xmpgrateful yo orteo tplyto the
Sapda0ids Wdieize- a tB pOpif


k


IP


' Doesn't R
It's shameful
show proper rw
just the contra
King's New Lif
maladies no mal
ive of old age.
Fever, Oonstipa
perfect Pill. 2c.,
COI. V
Well Known Wi
at Nor
The numerous
Vough, for the p
ular winter visit<
he is well known
that he is quite
Phillipsburg, N.
received a letter











1wm


XXII, NO


Published Tw

0 ~GAINVESILLE


ER AND KING

IT MONTE CASINO

1?ted by Cuirassiers and.
lbeered by People.
RTH WAS MA*NIPFICENT.
e Composed of Peaeipts, eriare
sItera Gather.d to See the Ex-
Inary, SpectAOle of Two Sov,
ghn and Six Princes.
e,' May 6-Emperor Wlliam and
slers anda cheered .by the people,
to the railroad station tfa mor-





t. TheMweathe Koesther wae magrilfoR
o v Itb r ibf6otn
tn cin r owds composed of peas-
?rl eMr and sisters gathered from
around the village u see the
aordinAry .pectatli, 6f- .0, two IbOY
iii and six- pri'ieeu at Monte oaZ -
The real, reasons : for the vis t
the part taken;by miperTor Wl-
*m In assisting thie Bextaedlctlne 1in"
aUtlons bt trua ol a4nd the psom-
Swhich he made' to visit the. cre
teod Mother Housi here,. Gorgeous
pages with outrider' and povtilon
hunting livery oeccr mpanled by mi',
ry escort andthe sultes of the soyV
.Igns and prinesa, droye up to the
tbey from the: station, cheered by
peasannte. -Ar the abbey a detach-
ient of troops lrendered military hon.
tand, a battery of guns fired a ,sa
e when' the abbot, the Rev. .Father
niface Krug, from t. Ylnrensts
oh-acbbey, near BEgtfy piana, p.
npearod srrounudod by the bratiar the
:9)oot of the grand staitrcas the cin-
trast in the two grtops, -the ovelgM t
and their 'party and the abbot and, the
,friora, with the background ot grim,
historic wail,, wnehcn had rese endeA
.on various occasions W'th battle cries
as well as with prayers, presented aW
most attractive spectacle. It was the
Afrat time an emperor of Germany had
H|:; been received at the abbey of Monte
SThe Rev. Father Krug received the
[:.emperor and King Irma'nuel In a most
cordial manner and e,-;,re8ssed his ap-
Spreciation of the honor conferred on
..the abbey by their visit.
WOMEN OFFER PRAYERS.-
Warm Fight Agains$ Saloons Preoipi.
stated at Asheville, N. C.
Asheville, N. C., May 6.-Prayers
1 will today ascend constantly ftom the
'women of thee city for the success of
the A." ti-Saloon League candidates in
.t inmunlepal election.
--Many women without e to de-
nomxinatlonal lidne as.emb at the
Firet Baptist church for an e-day
prayer meeting. There te every prom-
Ise for a desperate strUggle for to-
premacy 'between the reform and reg-
Slar Democratic organization.

DR. LORENZ AT NEW ORLEANS.
Seat 6pecialst in Sutrgery Holds, im-
| promptu Reception
N New Orleans, May 6--Dr. Adolf Lo-
|' renz, of Phlladelphia, who has' come tn-
,to prominenee during the last
t.iwelve. months through his meth.
0od4* of hand surgery, was the
center of' attraction in the lob-
2. by.bf the St. Ohtrles hotel last even-
.,i gwaere li.head ajn impromptu recep-
io.? oaof physiitansand surgeons, wbho
I' en. here to attend the convention..
very medical man present wa'. de-
a oI L]. Many ladles, both local
tor, took advantage of the
to be presentwd to Dr. lie.

i n lthod is not new; itWase fir.t


Uxe world about 1I yer a6 o
I .lrat came out l. began to
practe
""*QV I am gatnii tt Ia
able to to se t
W othis lin, sd ezpet to see
line of 5arger) la geeral


r V* *-Th0e ath *
MatHL a1e at6 hea -


$1saiON WAS 0EIg$ATIONA.
Meotina of Alabdhina Railroad Commil-
eion Marked by Nar* Worde.
Q*ontgmery,: 4a., May 6.-4the Al-
abam railroad coAmmiisiaon had tAe
most sensational meeting in its history
Monday, ... .
The ritrltpal question up was ona
to reijul;'e the railroads entering Ala-
asna to haul hay and grain as cheap
In thi state as the railroads In GeOr-
g a. . ,
Nearly every traffic manager of
every railroad In the south was prea-
ent. Several benaablonal scenes oc-
cuared, one of which was a debate be-
twee41 B. B. Conler, .a preoilnent'cot-
ton mill man of Blirmingham, and
'Traffly Manager )merson, of the At-
lantic Cpoat Line, in Wlilch a perszal
diilculty was narrowly, averted, Mr.
Smersonideclarzng he was there to pro.
tect his r6ad from false ,(tatexnepta,
and Mr. Comnor denying,, while ap-
proaching the se t of .llmeraon, that'
he hadmade a ftaieitatement.,
The othor sensational rfeture of the
day was a speech by G" T, McElder-
ry, of 'ralladega,. manufacturer of
ertfllzers, who violently assailed the
railroads, declaring vehaeientlf that
oalawag$ and carpet.baggers htd dis-
regarded the laws aicnd the people de,.
eCI46e they would appeal from the writ.


ea Week onday Thursday

,FLORIDA, TA RSDAY, MAY 7,1903


DEMONStRATQN BY ^ '" DT
8e,; B Her Tie With Princeton-Clo.
ITAIAN STRIKERS ur "":e Was Dicused.
I TALI` -SPIKE,. 9t0, May 6,--A (11spatch to 'The
O.... . cord-Herald from New favon., Conn,
DrIve Labor$ Ac aY From a '
.re LaboY Aay Yroe broie her tie last nilht with
Musoootatl t Princeton last night with Princeton in
--,. ,Prin'eton In debate, mnaklug the score
MEN HOOTKD ANPD W`IRLED AT. after nine years' ouf argumet stand:
.... '5, PrInoeton 4.
Stones Were Throwh and, Dash Made At, last night's debate Yale had
Upon Works Uriltl Poce Appeared taffrmative on a et olutlon decl
Upo tokhrtl oieA pardat,. .. th ... ... ...: .. ..


and Dispersed Striker*--Police Thenr
Kept Striker* on the Move.
New York, May 6.--4Seeral hundred
Itallan strikers made a. demonstration
: today before the diggers amnd sovcleris
employed on the Muscoot dam at the
water worksl,improvemeats In the bor.
tough of Brooklyn, anad&suceoedd 1i
drlvling them from ,their work. The


6la1borer on, the damj for Contractor
:John B. McDonald "afd announced
their satisfaction wfh*t the wages paid
and they would not Strike. But the
strikers have harassed the McDoneld
contracts, and .aspieially along the
Subway, said they, would drive the
mfn rm. the tren heas, atwd they ap-
peared at the darn several hundred
oewns.


b aw o a higher 1w ;e and thoub The, frst laborers to start to work Theater with Company of Christian
back ed.b the. yjte :bayonets the re hooted and howled at, A few Actors to Teach Gospel.,
ncna went, some by the rope rout, o rNew York, day U.,--To- teach toe
Be then declared th^ Bsge tonei were throw, aand as the num. New Yor y -To teh the
t declared t esof laborerers increased, a leader gospel tbhrougk the eye by tmeoae of
ht o tola thIe aLmm h 14, the crowd of strtkers shouted a a religious theater is the plan of Her.
etn the the as phrase in Italt an m a dash was made bert Booth, son of General Booth,
t beyond, tht there h as dabolute no upon the works. The laborers drop whose rlgn on from the Salvation
ait beyond. our rhtan hdare tl o wt pee their tools and fled. Army ls still a mystery. Mr, Booth,
maintain our rightsana Not whlg to mix with the poll t who has arrived In -NeW York, comes
ammarepeted. w ha been called, the strikers di almost directly from Zion City, the
heang the o-nm e Juipo s t6 n per'sed: T"he police kept all strikers headquarters of Dowtelem, but he de.
It nnf t he a t u 16 t oi Offmving today all along the route of nie8 that he has Joined the Dowle
it wa? onuaced .that tihe question o th subway. They had 400 pickets movement-
& ,teera and sweeplt g Feducton a o he -work. A number of the The movement I am going to start
fl trates would Lbe taken up. men employed in the subway were In New York,' said he, "Is meant to1
.... forced to 4ut work today by a laok of .olv the problem of the nwreached
P'l*TY-FOURTH MEKTING. material alnd the neaseno fetch it, Meamm
"".... -4 ...,, "My appeal in to the eye. I am go.
Record Breaking Attendaoc(toat Ameri.t ONE BILLION INVOLVBD. InK to form in this city a great the.
carn Medical Assocation. sater with powerful company of
ew Orleans, M ayl .-Mto a rcord Christian actors. My movement iS
bre rlng attend e- both point of e Duth Fr re May Claim to be known as the scientific evangell.
belegtes a tondzersn with man point of 1rsm Property. ation society, and It will be for the
elatnguishe nd 'hysltrs and with man New York, May 6.-f!ott of the land purpose of sending broadcast illustrat.
istingui presentihpclans, surgeons and owners in Harlem are not the right. ed lBble dramas. I expect to get
nual meeting of thr e mfifty-fourth an- fdl posesss of their holdings, ae. such great workers as Oanon Par.i
nui asolting o the dhere tc Meday at cording to a lawyer of this city. rer was to write powerful dramas for
athe assulatie onthopened, here a odayo atl Heirs of Dutch freeholders of $50 me. This I will have .told in don .
welcome was extendedo the aIaeota years ago, som@ thousands In num. thiuous pictures by the cinemato,
to. e, o hr, on the author ity of this lawyer, graph.
Present rank Bllln called are owners Of Harlem and of a large
Presidention to order. The theater w part of eal park, and about all of PANIC AMONG BOARDERIS.
crnention to order The theater wa the at fnt propertyon the slast
Mayor Cpedevlell~ Geera Leonay river from Sar enfyourth street to In Fie Caused by Overturned Lamp
treak aM, representing Governor Heard, a d t o to Q arlei Many Are Injurd.
who wS unable to be present;61 HLdred "n t? LudL to O o Alsco, Ma. fl.-Four pvrons were
hnry Dnabt represent ;g the New Hnr and wentynnth street. iJured, a dtiaffe of $10,000 aused(
Orleans bar.Dr,. Isidore Dyer nade The present day value of the proper, and a patti CAong 950 boarders result.
a report of the, elab4e D ran ty is eon~etured to be $1,000,000,000. ed early today when the Deering ho.
a ~i beel nade to enter. of Lot aong the 4ceedant' tel, 25-27 Iullerton syonue, was de.-
ta t ii t ad hetr families of the alleged rightful' ers are stroyed by ire. The injured are:
teti th t a &ito New Orleans and e t Rooeelt, Governr O'Dell Charles Hoffman, fireman, overco# m
then Preeident ~.IIngs Ipoke briefly the latnam 0radlee strong, son o! by smoke
"kwldi W extended yo rng. Mrs. Victoria Nelson, burned about
Many del4ngate vweto extend exhd, Te j a, of the lawyer ln.charge of ace, hands aWd body; may die, .
MRrparrivedlgain the city the m the majority of the descendants, and Leonard.Otson, fireman, overcome'
In trains. a All the space In the as he says they are all by herltance by smoke,
tells has bee peemted and anyof embersoth corporaton,to have Georg blnson sergeant of police,
the doctor are be g entertaind anyofthem hold a, ng, elect o er and bruised and burne about face ad
the doctors kre beg entertained at prcl Out the lnd aong themselves ta s e on
private. eslenee. The convention Ipre o t land atnong themselves. body w)Ale reiulng Mrs. Nelson,
wril last three days. Thennveenoral t Is argued, tot quit claims,,leases The building Is owned by the Deepr
riTell l ra f treahe e execute by any d cendans g larvester company, ana nearly all
b hess of e catlon te, the granted ar vold beaus e no of the inmate were employed by the
aited by. te heuW o h elatshelths In elVi thad. a right iteto dispose of cohtsern ov u I
eueny to e fomal opening of property, but only a rht to vote The fire started from th o tur
the entl t e at .the e orporation, meetIlng; tngof alamp. The structure weas
theconventilontdeaY Pre ient l Presi4. Roosevelt, who. traceshts histort high.
Spreided ndPre te4 h t. ancestry to BrtshE t to-
al. repo, The reports of the secre. loSats t e it is aniUl vowt a Mayor Brown RC. e- d
tory-treasurer, trustees, and -Tvarous poara thee, Will, It 1s annUned, ad-[ .. --
ntand ommitt ee followed. $m. t harlotte, N. C, M'ay .-T he uni
staeousty-with tthof, o al llectn li Ctarlotte resulted In
eting ofthe house of dlegatehethe t r e, eo y h
several, sections into whlc'h the asi AlWab ma Diocatan C*uncl the noinee of the Demoeratic pri
atlon I divided, opened their ese lrmihgham, Al.l. May e.-rhe difo mary, by a majority of 229 over7Thono,
in 'ou ohalle, 4e s and:hu<.trhes e;a ouno f the fIsc4 church f S. Franklin. who ran as an indeopn.
oft te City .- Of.lbama will be- held hIa mooils I dnt Democraut. Mayor Brown t '
S '6mnewelg. .-"g Wednesday. A ire qute. nred a1ll the ward e tM third, In
,01 Uo. is I0to d"vid. the state Into two which Pranklin received a aority
W a. U m te: epis*.te. another Is to f the;b0 rel-. one vote. liwns tctcet -r6al,
se e.e (It4isboP. k th s a third derman w carried In Itsentlret,
for PbljIaIelba .wet Je** it vte dIIwhe'ther techureb cept iu one instance, W,.L J. L
lan river,. 7 mrltee a a Vlt `Salrl cane its nme go the a ranklin man, being ele t th
ware ba ter ery C O llechurch. d war. T etionW .
shp, tswet) tu .o lteIIil .be L the Most trotS ld ly contLAtebnt was quietly co0d0t
good aooit(to,, "t oo ld 1 II ed. NearliS 2,000 vol. s out of a o
ort1 Amerc h b US, : tat reglstration of 2,800. were polgle.
.' a. and exectat lt :. -; ,An e lncendlry At,,pt * . :. r
*. IEfi aisd) th ig ,Jftrt W es:t Asbe. f,, .N'Hi, .M ay i ,i0. U
V4"W"ik oo, 1.as rAOW!wed lato stone tGwU bIbt )tftIVW $53
tt.w Yp4 B~lr.-. ..6 n~ i a t h ^It'hea en t .pt wai o ade t a ntaatly : 4i by Uuhotn& 2j*
-*t NI1 I~bf ag


mug La awtU .41la,u WLUUI ItJo(lUpL t te
closure rule. The Yale speakers were
Walter M[. Adriance, St. Louis; Robert
8. Binlaerd, Brooklyn, and Jason 1H.
Pierce, Drockton. The Princeton de-.
bating team was Thorn as.. IGod,
Denvor; Arthur person Scott, Chlca.
go, and Axtell Julius a.yleOs, Ttus-
ville. Pl.
President Arthur T. Had ley, of
John G, C. arliale, of Kentucky O848
Yale, prosIded. The Judges were' John
0. Carlisle, of Keituehy, former speakt.
Qr of the house of reresentatlvies;
Francel Lynrde Stetson, and C1arles
C. liurllngham, promniont New- YVork
lawyers. It Is the first debate Yale
has won in two years.
PLAN OF HERBERT BOOTH


ONE DOLLAR A YEMA


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feae raI' Xi M P ""Pi ot -pee Arllery dauringt t*W
befits frelquntly mentioned fovr b..*
*ud on the dleot, ,He was for .ti
reist'sIand kent of the Oltson'e* bas ..
Ie was 6 ears g of age.
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OLD KENTUCKY EUlD

MAY BE RENEWED
Further Trouble Expected In
Cockrill-Hargis Aflair.
LOCAL. POLITICS THE CAUSI.
With Killing of Lawyer Marcum It Il ... '.i
Believed Feud Has Been Reopened
and That Several Prominetnt Men ,
Have Been Marked as Victims. .
Lexington, Ky., May 0.-Wood G0,
Dunlap, of this city, left today for
Jackson4 Ky,, at attorney for the -ft
sloaisats a In the Breathitt county con- ,
tested election cases, H'e ucceede ','
as counsel James B. Marcusi, who
wa' kRiled In the courthouse. yesterday
whble filing papers Ii thI0ose, 1as.es. .It -:''
is feared here that the proe, ngs at .:
thl time will precipitate furtherr trout. 1
ble. In the' Cockltrlll'larglis feud, i'.
which half a dozen lvi have already .'
been lost.'
A telegoirm from a member of the '"I.b
Hargis faction to former Senator. Ale
wander lUargia, at Wintohestor, sat d that
S"lvln I tSwe, who w.ya s tallani wI th
Mareum yesterday When he was tfu
by the aassain lin the BreatlItt coun .
ty courthouse, rovognIsed the murder. :
er. rt Is taken that this Tessg2e
moans that o1wen has been 'markeldt'
Hie s a ocleHill sympathieor. lIe "
owns the Bwen hotel. at Jackaon, and:
has counMderable property.- lwen-. '^
when seen todiy positively refused t:
Say anytbling regardlng.,,the hooting, ':"I ': -
except tq deacrwbe how they wee .'. ..
standing when the shot were tired. H0.:":"
refused to say who fired theshots or.
who was recogised In the hallway.e -. '
the oourthoue. T. e belibefo Is. at
the feud ie now re-opened, and tht..r.
hertff lEd Callahan atd, Oouety Ju4 :.L ,,,:
Jatnes Hiiars 'tie bSuen 'warkdt''
Tom Cookrill, who was charged with J_
killing Ben Hargla, and In whae de- .
ense Dr. ,p B. oox and Jim Oock- .
rtill lost their lives, i hero, having
returned from the west. s .
Former Town Marshal John Brown
by the 1l1ling of Marcuma has been
brought into the feud, an have the > .
fam 111is of Postmarter D. 1). Hurst,
and aleo the .Attles,. ono of the old.
est tamllel in the feud, ,
ABUSE IN CONGO COUNTY,. I .
Native Fleeing on Account of Tyran .
o ny-Report of MislOnary, .t .. ....
LoIdon, May O.--rhe ev, -WllIalm .,
Morriton, ofrLtexingtoi, Va.,,'meibif'. ,i
of the American Pressbyterlan a .;.
M]on, who is hereon MnhiS wy"honf4'1- :''
te slx .years' work. t lo. the... Ca a
river about 1,200 ales in the rtexro.-,.
of the Congo state, fully confirmed tq :"

port on tk a qttuttlon to t (he o io C :6
state authoritles, to the AmterCen,0 ^- .a ..
Foreign Secretary ..1AMniowne.i, -,.
Ing that the stuatp o os dally rS
worse, as a result of the rubbv .n'
nopolles' introduction of foredlIbot ,
vlrtdally amounting to.Alver., ula'' .y,
On Mis way to the-ooa' .tlhe:: BWi b . ,:
Mr. Morrlion covered 800 m'Ib of the ,
Ka~aal river, formerly thiklery dotted -
with vlllaes, ,If' .ayiis. ther.e ar:e
now less tha aB do~an vlltig the /.:r,
the people h&Vin fled Into the for.., .
iRtA to escape C t1 tyranny of 'th^e /: r"
whites. The milsMoIns ry declare* It ..
s lnmposilble. torn 'the natives' to et ,
any redrMss, from the 0ongo state of. '.

,itruria, .leayvln Uvrpool.tay d *' and .':-
will ?unlait the s:.tte : pitment at ** -*
Wshi.gton wih tw'thern .vt e ;,

.w ',ea y-Qeneral .. *.

















SEAthir Bays it
v Too Expensive,

TO EMPLOY NINE MEN

tuld Mean. an Expenditure pf
yre'Finanes Than the Citizens
4 pu Afford, ahdthe Oak Halls Will
No Play Thit Season.
The 'rpectsfora baseball team in
i esili 0 this year are very poor. A
meeting of the manager, soliciting
~omi ttee and a few. baseball en-
thuasiast Saturday evening and
F'eched this conclusion.
It is to be regretted that Gainesville,
i F ch for So ,many years has held the
championship of the State in the na,
F /"tional game, should be compelled to
retire, but circumstances are such that
FF.,F Fthll looks very probable at present;
Manager McArthuTr,inspeaking of
F he' r matter Monday sitted bhat every-
thing seeined to be against Gainesville
having a team this. season. Unfortu-
.'pately. no local".i players can be se-,
ir..ed, and f'. Gaitile. supports a
leam it means an expenditure of not
les than $2,000, half of whicl must be
F' olleoted' before any players are
slined. While the people of this eity
l .e as .liberal as canL be found any-
where, Mr. McArthur'does not believe
iFthe oflfty can. Stand the flar'ncial press.

U''.''Last season there were employed on
ithe Oak Hall team only three men, the
F. Awemainder -being' G(ainesville 'boys.
F o Fi pnditlons are now changed, however,
Fisi*many of the boys have left the city,
While 'others :are holding positions
whl.oh prevent them from playing.
The sBiletting committee met with
remarkable sluceis in its work, having
received a guarantee of nearly $800
subscriptionsns. It Is to be regretted
that our people will be deprived of a
,team on account of flnances, but the
s itand taken by Manager McArthur ap-
S pelarn to be a conservative one.
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F .0SIMONSON'S SALVE DID IT.
Effected Permanent Cure When
S Twelve Doctors Had Falled.
Bii B, Virling of London, Miss., under
Sedate of April 21, 1908, writes:
:"J Simonson, Gainesville, Fla.:
"Dear Sir: I write to express my
deep gratitude to you, for your won-
I F F derful salve has cured a sore on my
toot from which I have suffered great-
l y for five years. Twelve doctors have
been working on the foot during this
Stimo, bt failed to effect a cure, Your
Sinlvecit thq work In a little while I
i. took -om) the foot ton pleoas of bone,
i after the glass had been extracted,
Which oauLed the sore, and now I amt
a ;i entirely cured and able to walk witi-
FI 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."
p For sale at Wallace's City Drug
torer, OainesVlle, Fla. dawiimo
F1 HAD A GOOD TIME.

II .North Gainesvillo C. E. Society Will
S Send Delegates to Ocala.
S." The Christian Endeavor Society of
North Gainesville gave an ioo cream
F social in North Gainesvili Hall Satur-
@; day evening, the proceeds of which
^? t! / lhe delegates of the society to the
.' State convention in Scala at an early
F, Fdate,
:i./. There were present till thie young
";F folks and many older ones who claim
^F 4 !'F that progressive settlenmeuiit as their
^ homehom, and the functi(pn proved a sue-
Pc^ "* oesa, socially and financially. \Vhieni
F:;' .the people of North (ainesvillo nmider-
],1take to do a thing they do it in pIroper


^.%itylea, and their functions are always
O i.aW6ed among the most enjoyable of

A Revelation.
Ifiy'u make inquiry it will l e a rev-
elation to you how maluy smcunib to
dy^ikllaldder troubles in oue form
or If t 9W-patient is uot >be-
oF' o1on w aid, Foley's Kiiney tOre
F' wii' tme. t never disappoints. Sold
by W. Wallaee '*drug store..
N" U.t4~~l 4pahers Examination.
i b'' Aktntlibn of applicants for
te ti eri ett e.6 will be ihld inm
ibis tyt' b'l 'Tuesday' u e2,
| ,8 a,..m,, .iAndi optlnui.ig for four
SS daye.* Tbo eozaBpiUpi :"' of tlhe.white
I!ap !t w$ ~i cindote in the
Fidi lij, eLaded in Ugh Ulhool
git #thet of the c d i Union
F F ^^.A0i^M


ney, Princeton,

Tired when;ydou goto
bed, tired when "yo get
up tired all the, time
Why ? Yqur blood ia iri
pure,, that's the reason.
You are living on' th
border line of nerve eX
haustion. Take Ayert
Sar sapa rilla a be
quickly cured. aS,
Asck your doao ~ wbihit ;
we oi 1ii,,y T t lloow0s l vione 4lc
Swe wil J b 0at d.4 .. ... -, .; ...


GAY TIME AT ROOKY POINT.

Mr. DeLand and Patrons of Rocky
Point School Tender Picnic Friday
loyy Point, ty 2.--Uner th
auspices of Mr. DPoLand 0nd the p'.i
trons of the Rocky PolntscIhool, a fls
fry and picnic was hel on. the proper-
ty of 0, P. Cannot' ?'rid.ay. Nearly
every resident attended, and av imot
enjoyable tlmeitwas reported by all.
Fish were caught in ab0indance, the
other r viand carHaed by thladies we re
Fiaist temptbh and reercherhe, quality
and quantity both in evidence. In fact.
had'the delicacies been spread upon' a
table we should have metaphorically
made it groan. Spread upon the
ground a depression of the. earth was
noticeable. The iced lemonade was
furnished by the school children, int
fact nothing was omitted,. each vied
with the other in making the day most
pleasant and enjoyable.
The guests from town' were Mr. and
Mrs Merchant, Mr. Hill and daughter
and Mr. and Mrs. Brumly. Mr. and Mrs'.
Chamberlain of Kirkwood were also in
attendance.
THEY T*IHANK MR. BECKER.

Confederate Veterans Appreciate His
Generosity Memorial Day.
Kanapaha, May 2.-The Con-
federate Veterans of this place
and Arredondo, T. M. Venable,
B. F. Massey and others, desire
through the medium of The St1i to
express tihei,r thanks and appreciation
of the kindness and forethought shown
by R. A. Booker in furnishing free con--
voyances for their use oni Memorial
Day.
The kindly act was, if possible, more
appreciated, seeing that it emanated
not from one of their own countrymen,i
but from an Englishman.
They are glad to realize that the
"cheap screw," as he was termed by
sonic of his neighbors on account of
his action, is stilll on' top," and that
he may long contfhue so is their fer-
vent, wish,


Disastrous Wrecks.
Carelessness.is responsible for many
a railway wreck and thie saiue causes
are making human wrecks of sufferers
from Throat and Lung Troubles. But
since tho advent of 1)r. King's New
Discovery for C(onsumption, Coughs
and Colds, even the worse cases can be
poured, and hopeless resignation is no
longer necessary. Mrs. Lois Cragg of
Dorehsteor, Mass., is Aone of the many
whose life was saved by Dr. King's
New Discovery. This grnid remedy is
guniramnitd for till Throat, amnd Lung
tiliseasos by all d ui ti r ists. Price 50c.
tiLid .;0,). Trial bottlet f'reti.
PROSPECTS ARE FINE.
J. M. Woodward Says There Will be
Many Cant.aloupes This Season.
.1. M. Woodw:'arF, l be clevor and ef-
icientt representative (if tihe Armour
Car Lines with headquarters in this
eity, has returned tfroin lt ela. id
other poin(it, where. he has booLl in the
interests of Iis liinets.
Mr. \Woodwanrd states ihat' there is a
largo acreage oftct,.alou ies in the sec-
tioln visited, amid that thie prospeett for
a tine crop are excellent. He states
thtt especially the territory along thp
Florida So ut hern hitwt'e ihis city
UnMd (cala is good antid there will be
sove:ral luindred, carltoas .from this.
territory alone.
Will Cure Consumpt.ion.
A. A. lerren of Finch, Ark,,. writers
"oley's Hloney and 'Tar is the best
pro1Mht~iouu forcugY CQU olda


1W.:.WiIPPLIP

ELEOTIOf. MASV EN CA, AED

Per Varliui Proin4 t Throughout
Couryffr SpeI al .fr col
F F ge, ,,dm to .I Trwjstees for1
the comlnT ;rn F'
o.wing to the tato Fonvention 'of
countyschooloficers, whlh will con
vene in Tallahassee today, the meet-
Ing of the Board of Publie Instruction
was held Baturday, instead of the
regular tioe, which is set for Ah.s flrs
tuesday 'inieach month. aThis wais c-
casioned by .he fact that Superintend-
'ent~'~wolloway and Qhaiiima Wee0s of
tht r'boa.rd yoid be ablen t at the con-
ventiorO at the State cOpital,
SPhere wa, a full attendance at ,this
Tneeting, and considerable interest
was mhanifeste4. Among the more im-
portant business transacted by the
board'fwas the acceptane eof the esig-.
nation f H. S. Breeden,'supervisor of
the 'Magnolia school, Ao0ated 1 4the
Prospect section. The Prospect and
Magnolia schools were consolidated
and Wi.l ereafter be' conducted at
Santa Fe under the name of the Santa
Fe s ho !. h.. .. ... ...
the returns from the election foer
a specl tHtax district, which was held
in Waldo recently, were Oanvas ed,
.and showed the following result: 'For
special tax district, 11; 'against special.
tat distriot0,; For trutteest: A.
MoRae, 10; 'L. Bobinson, 10; mai-'
umi 8-milH.ta 11.
An election was called f6r Jnn'4 16th
in many of the special tax districts for
the purpose of electing trustees there-
for, and determining the rate of mill"
age to be determined and collected.for
the next two years.
It'fwas ordered that the trustees of
the special tax' districts be requested
to make recommendations for the ap-
pointment of teachers for their respec-
tive schools at the next meeting.
S. J.Ellis and Miss Belle Corpew,
who conducted the Melrose school for
the past term, were appointed to the
same positions for the fall session.

ST. AUGUSTINE MISSION.

Closed Friday After a Most Profitable
and Successful Term.
The school of t St. Augustine's
Episcopal Mission In this city, closed
its school year of successful work last
-Friday. The pupils made creditable
inarks in their closing rlcitations last
week, which is evidence that good
work has been accomplished by the
school this term.
Last Friday the pupils enjoyed a
pleasant entertainment on the prem-
ises of the school, and on Sunday at
10:80 a. m. they assembled in the
chapel of the mission to hear their an-
nual address, whioh was delivered by
Rev. J. Speight, the pastor and teacher,
who earnestly endeavored to impress
them with a proper sense of their duty
as citizens as well as Christians.
Strike for Recognition, Etc.
Imyra, N. Y., May 4--'Five hundred
workmen affiliated with the building
trades council are on strike for recog-
nition of 'their unionsby employers, In-
crease In wageS, and an 8-hour work-
'lg day. Those on strike Include
nearly all the carpenters, masons,
brick-layers, plasterers, paintersa pa-
per hangers, decorators aind sheet met.-
al workers In the city. The con-
tractors will make a. effort to secure
men to complete contracts on hand.
A L esson In Health.


Healthy k ineys filter the impurities
from the blood a nd unless they do
this god health i iinpossible, Foley's
Kidney Ote n makes sound kidneys and
will positively cure all fsrmns of kidney
and bladder diseases. It strengthens
the whole system. Sold by W. C.
Wallace's d.rung store.
Money for Unciln Memorial.
Knoxville. T'onn., May 4.-. -Maksaohu
astta phlanth ropists have. given 6,000
to the Lincoln Memortal university
located, at. Cumberland 'tap, Tean.,
tor the purpose of erecting a-a infirm-
ary there for students. Thls unlyer-
ilty was founded by- GO4ernal 0. a
Howard, a ftew years ag'.o, ft the
mountain chldcrenl of east Tennesslee.
soutbre teri Virl1nia0 and soutieast-
ern ..Ket'tuck" y.
A 'Runaway B lc
Terminuated with a agly cut on
leg oft J. B, Ornrtr Fratiklii Gvt4 Il.
It developed: #q*tw wit NW' 51-


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LOOK OUT BUTTON
n A..L . MAKE 8 1EAL
An pidemilo cof Malaria Is sure to fol .* 01
ow the wetiseason and the high waters Purchase Phll0bplte 4 gs Of
wbiohi have prevailed all over the Ford i Wiler, Of Oca.
| I : FilPordia kx il3
South. Malarial and kindred fevers
."i develop to an alarming extent.
General heath conditions will be bad; CAPITAL.OF 8- ," 0 0, Oo 0'
mvr precauntion should be taken. w aI:,
.... o Dutton & Co. Acquire SuffioIent Prop-
5l.i ayt* iset phlally Foir erty to Make That FIlrm te Most Ex-
*t R.. p U rl .i Atks. tensive Phosphate Opor i in the
A tial offlftyyerts ademonstrat- World-Officers to b6 IHei
.d that for this emer ency, Dr. Har.
ter's Iron Toiio has no equal. Iron ia An immense., phosphatb deal Jwhich
thefghting element t the blood, and has been pending for. several we*s,
theldind' of iroa supplied by Dr. Har and in which the Dutton Phosph te
,ter's Ion Tonic is Juot the kind the. Company has purchased theentira in-
systemr requires to successfully combat tarests of Ford & Miller, O.ala, has
malarin~A eohdItionsI Dbn't wait until been consummated.
you are attacked. 'Take it now and for-i This is one of tlhe largest del ever
tify otreelf; it is anabsditute safeguard' recorded in Florida!, and iyotes the
and, at the iame time, it is the best magnifleent sum of $1,000,000 capital.
tolc 'and invigorant for the entire sys' The deal will make Dutt6n & 30, the
tem. On the other hand quinitie dis- most extensive phosphate operators in
tu-r thq system and its cumulative the world, operating an aggregate of
poison beet greater physical troubles. fifteen plants and controlling the out-
than those itis employed to remedy. put of many more. Of this number
Where a bad case of chronic Mala la Dutton & Co. originally owned and
already eistes take DR. HARTER'S 'operated pine and Ford Miller six
FEVER and AGEI 13P OIFIC. It is% plants.' The combinlua hlpihiients of
guaranteed to cure Price50 enta.ithe two. firms will aggregate nearly
BU !F O iT o Wu ti' r:' j h'lf thfe total output.'O e .ha rock
Sj 'm:inees of' the country. o off
^ N SERfs~ Dutton & wiia'n Asaldr W.
~~~:' ~ : !" many mniiles t welll', eii'p-a
N. :,' .^iU :V ll9 ',, TONIC throughoutt the m.ntg ition.tithe
YIwW'so't Hfav Malsria. Pe.e 11. West.End, and'raacally .ontil'the
All dealers handle, or send to f. output of tatsecton, Ich 'is the.
rAxs. MED I0INE Co. Datyton, .O hio. richest in phosphate in the State.,
The general offices of 'the ,ottp any
i'Bton lo T., An4', I01. will be located in Gainesille, and the

S ity- v ea rs general manager, W phase; vice
r nltearl v e to wargd presidentH. F.iDutton ;fecretary,3. 0.
S ot' "e"t' er. & H.iAvM, Nichols; treasurer, W. :e, Robinion.
Sndasd Eltrrtloatm Agt.,riloLine The members of the new company, it
luriM lstataswesim. lsllnIseb.) is understood, will be .. F. Dut'ton,
Sr., C. W.; Ohase, J. G. NiGhols, W. .G.
THE NE+WS FROM MELROSE. Robinson and H. F. Duttoh, Jr.'
The consideration of he purchase of
Drouth Playing Havoc With Oats and the Ford & Miller interest is not
Peaches--Other Interesting Notes. known, but it is believed to have been
Melrose, May 2.-The day spell is do. a cash consideration of $800,000.
ing a lot of harm. The oat crop-will William Dale of.Ocala' will be con-
be almost ruined and the pinder crop nected with the new firm in the c It
will also be cut short, unless plenty of pacity of chief bookkeeper.
rain noomes along soon. The rainfall In addition to their immense phos,
during the whole month of April was phate interest, Dutton & Oo. are the
only .44'of an inch.' largest cotton ifators in Florida, and
Mr. M. L. Ward and His brother, J. probably the largest Sea Island cotton
Ward, left for a visit to their old home buyers in the world. This department
at Ebenezer, S C. alone means the employment of hun-
It is learned from good. authority dreds of hands, and the expenditure
that the so-called Pyle property on the of several hundreds of thousands of
Cove has been sold a will occupied ollarsannally. The firm virtually
'b haebeewowners in t. fil. controls the Sea Island cotton output
by the new owners in the fall. of Florida, which alone is a most, lm-
A. L. McRae has sold his cottage on portant feature.
Lexington avenue to Mrs. Whitney. Not a Sick Day Since.
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iIISs ti ei i ui/l tnasB guort t ur i
month's visit to her sister, Mrs. Rob-
erts, at Lyons, Fla.
There are still few of our winter
residents left and thty are efijoying
the beautiful weather 'we are. having
very much, especially when they hear
that heavy overcoats are still needed.
at their northern homes.
Traveling it Dangerous.
Constant motion jars the kidneys,
which are kept in place in the body by
delicate attachments. This is the rea-
son that travelers, trainmen, street
car men, teamsters and all who drive
very much, suffer from kidney disease
in some form. Foley's Kidney Cure
strengthens the kidneys and cures all
forms of kidney anid bladder disease.
leo. E. HaUsan, locomotive engineer,
Lima, 0., writes, '"Constant vibration
of the engine caused me a great deal of
trouble With tmy kidneys, and I got no
relief until I used Foley's Kiduney
Cure." Sold by W. C. Wallaco's drug
store.
HE BROUGHT A BAD MAN.
Deputy Sheriff Curl Arrives With Lew-
is Paulin, 1Wanted for Larceny.
Deputy SheriffT Fred' S. Curl arrived
in t hI e cit y IMon da y fro m BrooksviI Ic,
'wherAie went for Lewis l"aulig., col-
.ored,wa.uted upon a charge uf larceny
committed in this county several
months ago.
From tihe information that could
be gained, it seems that Patilin is what
miight be considered a bad ,gg. lie
has served, it is said, one ternm in the
county. convict camp at ),,t'on. arnd
wleq he. was again given freedom lie
committee the theft before leaving
the camp for which he is now wanted.
Pailn will be held in the jail in this
city awaitiiig the qesion iof the spring
term of circuit court.,
Doesn't Respect Old Age.
It*t hamiful when youth fails to
bshow rr respect for old age, hut
ir'Jfli f i#.r'JtAI 1 h*e- oft l'
3mxuai:m'tt he. aieW ,ut..


F. h


"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 doses 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 troubleSi.
and General Debility." This is what l*,,
F. Bal.s, of Freinont, N. C., writes.
Only 50c. at all druggists
A DELIGHTFUL SURPRISE.
Little Miss Alesca Schafer Entertained
by Her Friends.
On the occasion of the thirteenth an-
niversary of her advent into this
o 'rid the friends of Miss Alesca
S,-iafer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0.
D Schafer, tendered her a delightful
surprise at the home of her parents,
North Gainesville. Friday night.
As a general rule a surprise is al
ways anticipated on such occasions,
but this time it proved the genuine ir-
ticle, amid the little lady was complae- '
ly overcome for a short time. .7 7
There were present about twenty of
the young people of the suburb, and
it is needless to state that'th, evening
wasspenlt in a most ,enjoya11e tnfier.
Thr occasion passed off in an ap
priate manner with game, h1i
spersed with vocal and instru
music. Delicious 'freifuihtilmen :
served,and at a latehour tiheyou3 a lks
dispersed, wishing' Mli Alesa any
more birthdays :ts caarrnit
happy, .. a .
What is Foley's Kidney Cet e
.Answer: It i ni-... from a erserip-,"^
tion of a leading -,L tiF a r o r .ie ysioX an-,
and one of the St, mine n the 'e
Coutiry. lii. iItrdi are t ;e
pures. thatt tuy a ban --
scitentiieall!y ,,. : i,,.d t e ',their t
most value. ,id by r '
drug store. ..
ADMlNt 'isi ATO!
:^W.l JO t i , lt.... C^H m'gg' ^ j ; i,*ji ,'!,^ ., i ~


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STEA CAPITAl


as Quiet in Senate, but
*wr Uouse Was Busy.

AN4Y ILLS WERE INTRO DUQEQ

eprsentative McNamne's Proposi-
iI n f'tr State to Go ltto the Insurance
i .uiness by Carrying Its Own Insur-
ance Turned Down.
The Senate convened at 4 o'clock,
,and waterr the introduction and .refer-
ence of a few bills, proceeded to meas-
ures upon the calendar.
Senator Rouse introduced a bill pro-
viding that the Indian War claim fund
be used entirely for /educational pur-
poses, after first paying all legal and!
juat claims.
A Senate bill was passed to amend
the law to prohibit and prescribe the
manner of taking food fish from certain
waters in-Lee county.
A memorial 'to ,Congress .was also
passed urging the cessipn by the,
united States to the State of certain
portions .of t(ie United States Naval
SReservation in Escambia county.
House Proceedings.
The bill to provide for insuring the
property of the State against lo's by
fire and Mr. McNamee's amendment
to provide, for State insurance upon
State and county building, and the
S:,dlreation of a sinking fund, came up
:.iuder the orders of the, day.
Mr. MqNamee continued his argu-
Htiet?.it niifaVr. of 1his substitute bill,
0;, cei. aiming that the State owned enough
iprop'ty t o go inito the insurance busi.-
Sness on it own account, rnd ought. to
save the State the large amount paid
1 t0 the insurance companies aod their
agents every year.
'Mr. St. Clair-Abrams made a strong
". and Impressive speech against the'sub-
si"titute, and in favor 6f Senator
'Blount's bill, which is just the same As
That of Mr. Drane, except that it is
farther advanced. Mr. Abrams con-
tended that the State of Florida was
hot ready to experiment upon a plan
that thus far had been .adopted only
by one State, that of South Carolina.
SIt would take years to create a sinking
Sfaund of $200,000 at a tax equal to that
;. paid for insurance, and there might
be losses and and no insurance.
He did not think it wise to depart
From the present method.
., Mr. Drane, in support of his bill,
read statistics to show that insurance
companies do not always have the long
end of the string, and in this State
lots of property could not be insured
if it were not that the blanket rate
was in vogue.
Mr. Gornto of Bradford spoke in
favor of the Drane bill. Vle took up
Mr. McNamee's reference to South
Carolina and the Standard Oil carrying
their own insuraunt. He said that he
? had been informed that Mr. Plagler

carried over two millions of dollars
Sutpon his East Coast railway and hotel
property, showing that he preferred
that system to creating a sinking

S.At the close of the debate Mr. St.
OClair-Abrams moved the indefinite
postponement of Mr. McNamee's sub-
stitute, which was carried by a vote of
84 to 18. The bill was then ordered
to its third reading.
Afternoon Session.
The House Monday afternoon dis-
pose; of the bill to make adultery the
only cause for which divorce may be
granted il this State.


Mr. St.OClair-Abrains made a vigor-
ous speech against the bill. 'He cited
Instances where it would have been
unjust to. the unfortunate wives of
scoundrelly husbands, who go on pe-!
riodical sprees and in fits of ungovern-
able temper abuse, beat and sometimes
maim for life.
General Gilehrist spoke in favor of
the bill, and Mr. Trammell of Polk
'followed $r. St. Olair-Abrams' views.
SMr. Joonee said that every member
SO itloor might speak for an hour
th subject, and at the end would
She same opinion tIil, and moved
vious question.. This waf' car-
end the House proceeded to iTote.
e bill failed to pass by a vote of 22

rammellP bill to regulate the
ef cigarettes and cigarette paper
airing a license and proing
9Y Was passed by a vote of 41 to 9.
Other of Mr. TrammoIl's meal,
erpepasd, including an pro
a tm.e in which a 'notion to
tit.l or a motion arrt of d
lbeet dowW for h

t^ir, and n as pohli1*i^


TH 'I


I


certain eases theo publishinrg of false
and misleading reports retltive to the
climatic conditions in the State,
Othor bills passed included aa act to
repeal the law disallowing fees tIn cases
before committing .amtigStrates' where
inforimations are not flied or indict-
mentsi found.
To de1iare the town of lHdily Hill,
Vohisia county, legally incorporated.
To validate and 'leguaize illegal as-
sessments of taxes and illegal eollec,
tion of the same wh rPethe purpose of
sich' taxation is to pay the interest on
any cotur bonds, or for sittking fund to
pay sich bonds.
To prohibit the pli0cig ofwitter hya-
cinths in certain frosh water lakes and
streaii. .
To regulate sales k.f real 'estate and
thp eonsLIIIuunation thireof, had upon,
application of adminift rators, execu-
tors and guardian, a'd validating
such sal~s heretofore made,
To 'prohibit divo reed persons from
marrying within one year after di-
vorce is granted, and prescribing a
penalty for the sai'me.
To establish a municipal govern-
ment for the town of Tarpon Springe.
Robert McNamee introduced several
bills in the House which seek to i.-
prove-general legislation. The titles
are as follows i
An act to provide for the payment
of sheriffs and clerks of fees in -all
criminal matters within two months
after such service is rendered.
*n act to prescribe fees and com-
pensation of sheriffs in county courts.
An act to provide for the rewarding
of oftlhers a4d to encourage vigilance
in making arrests.
An act fn relation to the appoint-
ment of acting State's- attorneys in
certain cases.
By Mr. Wells of Hillsboro-To pro-
vide a pension for W. B. Scott.
By Mr. West of Santa Rosa--lRe-
quiring fire insurance companies to do
business in the State through agents
who are residents of the State.
By Mr. Ware of Washington-To re-
peal the act incorporating the town of
Burnham.
By Mr. Love of Gadsden-To pro-
vide for the issuing of bonds for water-
works and electric lights by the town
of Quincy.

Poley's Honey aad Tar
,eIes Polds. Prevents paeumonia

TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.
*
Count Sternberg will be made am.
b saador of Germany at Washington
o July 1.
In a chirc11 at Joliet, Ills., the con-
gregation fought each other until the
police were called in.
Pensacola had an era of tight Sun-
day closing yesterday, the laws being
rlgtdly enforced
The remains of Charles R. Shepard,
the man who beautified Washington
city, are being takefin from Mexico for
interment.
King Edward VII has planted a
chestnut treet In the garden of the
British embassy at Paris In conmmem.
oration of hls visit.
The Masons of Georgita will erect a
handsome monuament at i.berton t6
the memory of the lat. Past Gread
Master John P. Shaumon.
The acting saurgeou general aof th
army has annouded that S great
NI., the leper soldier, As to stay At
ort Sereven, near avaeunah, G(a.
United States Coaui r lager, at
SoangenB, Germany, who w d f.e
a judge there for diorderlr oonfWc
in the cort room an.I ws: em t
to ,one day's urtet. ,will ask -toe as.


air


filE Gil

W~ot~4 A
Spirit o~


QUNCIL

a Show a
n.


WAR

There is. alWay
going on' in evU'.i0
body between, E bh 4is
ease. :Onone side repoo
fotIr bad' air er-work
worry, colds, acidents'. O-
the other are rnhine,. rs,
cheerfulness and noI rinsh
m ent. :" : .. .
The reason Scotts Enmul-
sion fi hts so powerfully for
health is because it gives so6
much more nourishmeent than
you can get in any other way,
Get in the,;nlight and try
Scott's Em.no ion,.
Well aend you it nmple free upon request.
SCOTT & BOWNS, 4og Pearl SItt, NewYork.


which was unanimously agreed upon.
Alderman McArthur,' also chief of
the fire department, stated that the
department was sadly in need of addi-
tional hose, and he was instructed to
Spurchase 00 feet.
A ldrmin Doig objected to the lhap-
hasard, irregular manner' in which
bills against the city were being sent
in mndl baded to the clerk.. "He ob
served that a large nurabier of bills
Were ent to the council chamber u.-
approved, and It required a' great rush
oMithl part of the finance committee
to9 prove *ame. Again, ti the rush
te bills muet necessrily be approved
without a thorug* axamioatlon. He
ade# a motion to the .ffmet -that,

; ; *n l Jc, WbI .*.lSO "**


| bfoi e the: cee Oang o tD V SEKA A f 1
lnilwhioh was :aried. 1.. :R.Eu rY

rCo.pany apposrbd ibfore, those ECoiun. A' L l
e. ini the matter of water rent for his
factory. It appears that at a recent
-loiaI 'cming of the Council that Was No Alteration inu igniz4
bdy agreed to suply topy of Charter Am d t
'with water by resolution. Thi r,,ol- Copy of Charter Awe e.
,tion provided that water ,shold be--
paid fur "at the rate of *o0 per THE PEOPLE ARE MISTAkIEN '
mnoa1th,' Notwithstanding, Col. )ell '


THEY WANT TO .':.B B SURE

Meeting Was Attended by a Full Board,
anid MAny yMatterS, of Importance
Were Brought Up for consideration.
Session a Lengthy One.
'Thecity.legislator convened in reg1-
alar monthly sesalon iMonday opening.
There were present President Broonme,
Aldermen Taylor, Cushmnan, Ped rick,,
Doig, Lynch, McArthur, and Clerk
Dell, besides thol usual number of spec-
tators' and citizens who desire to ."arry
some measure through.
4 ihe minutes of the last meeting,-
when the COaueil was 'installed, were
read and approved.
The reading of bills was next on the
program, and all bills properly ap-
proved were ordered paid from the va-
rious funds.
A petition was read from the Galies-
ville Gas and Electri Conipany asking
permission to have a' sidetrack con-
strct ed front the main tlne of the Sea-
board, Air Lineto the proposed sito of
their new .eleotriu plant, which was
granted, provided' the railroad corn-
pany would construct samnie under di-
'reot.on Of the street eomtntittoe.'
Aid'ermuin Doig waats to know
where he stands on th0 water proposi-
tion.i He stated' iitt considerable"
money had been expended on. the
water worlis, and, while he did not
doubt but that it Wa t necessary aind
Just, he ,felt that the Council should
be' enlightened oni the standing of
these expenditures, and whore ihe
city would land in the matter. Super-
intendent Roqx of the" water worls was
present, and made a verbal statetnent
of the expenditures. He admitted
that a great deal of money had been
paid out, but cited in one instance
where the sum of $1i800 had been paid
within the pastyeatr, for water mains.
Alderman Doig eased the matter and
his mind, h .wever, by introducing a
resolution requesting t~iat in future no
expenditure for the water works be
made without the recommendation
of the water committee. Alderman
Lynch, who sat at Alderman Doig's
left, seconded the resolution and it
was carried.
Alderman Doig also "introduced a
resolution affecting street" work, Hei
wanted to know where he was at onl
this point, and incidentally expressed
himself of the belief that possibly the
city's hard money was being expended
too recklessly on the public thorough-
fares. Herdid not believe in this reek-
less and haphazard way of doing
things, and frankly said so. Ilis reso-
lution provided that the city may have
the power to let the repairingof streets
by bid, said work to be given to the
lowest bidder. He also embodied in
this resolution that no sum exceeding
$26 for street work be permitted with-
out authority from the Council. Al-I
derman MeArfhur stated that he did
not .believe' this bidding proposition
would work, as it would be necessary'
to advertise for bids fourteen days in
advance, and that the system had been
tried by the Counell once before and
had resulted i"a dismal failure. The
Council seemed desirous of trying it
again, however, for the resolution was
adopted, after a second by Alderman
Lynch, who sat at Alderman Doig's
right.
The report of Alderman McArthur
upon the trip of himself and Alderman
Pedrtick to Oc la to inspect the good
roads machinery and its Workings was
read, and upon motion of Alderman
Cnumhmani was received for informa-
tion. '
Aldertan MoArthur was designated
as president pro tein of the Council,


rg, as a ma rble, T medici prkeve-nt-t
further fot)rmtnation, r't.IwA t'r!l.
WT. OAKES. orrixV,""
Drug^ (itut, h~cjtl- Ask forC^ookxI-0 Fee.
wi mA.Un =





a t i os.t .atal ". d4d.
FOL '. ': I'I






sam-edies oa n '


NOTU~l~ IY W4JtoON
Where, Th 1e Boar o 0 Oout1ty Oot'milon-
Srs of Alstilua county, ordia, 1di on the 17th
3ay otf Aw, 4. rA. INA Stailer al. by virtue of
o UonstlitutIon eni JWl" of the -tate of
FAorlrd e or .ran .,eOd. to be hbld lu AtA-
m$ 0unt. jortds,#0 on th9e 4 day of Juno,
Id rttn "Whether the sale .fr tIntoi.
0U4M1M. WlIOi linper sai"ll be Iprohltbbld
Alouaoua l u rt t
J4r*u by vfr9% of the -Lws of theo
irld., noto j ereby lven to Uthe < 4t 4W
S e Son Albu oountv, 'lorlid. tbat
Si' M'OWUa to 6e 0li Whether t, utsal, of oa
o t4 Niow wln. or b'er .h.IIl b ltoir
To4,ay. te it ay of Juri. o', I. T'iehbaogt .
PIr0O e AM ielwolrla wil lti "orr $eIwIK" 0e not "st. 'l'The return o 'sd 4.-" '..
lon Ds t mAide to bthe Co mny oon .
Ord AMtui ouacnty within hive n dBy" s ye..r ;
"ottm am y ha andand the Seal of our Orui.tli
0QurI on'ttt thdo YfArlt ,"r"
Clarl Ouireult Court and (tcrk of tDo Blorda ot
5eMuj,_ ~on11itus ^i'fl l4i

'AMvetle I Te


said/that his company only operated, The Senator Will Retain Original COpt ,
eIghigdays during the mouth of' April,! and Will be Willing to Leave It. tt"
Superintendent Ro'ux tendered hLmu a Any One to Docide if There Has
bill o$50., which he claimed wasa juAt, Been Any Alteration.
and the intetiomit of the resolution.
There was a diversity of opinion The following tlograni was received
amoig the "hold-over" aldermen of. from bSnator 11. UI. McCreary, 'alla-
the Council. Chairmhn Broome, de- bhas"'o Monday night:
spite his shrewd business ability, was "The report being circulated in
compelled to admit that h had IIl- a"inesvWo that tho proposed amend-
bored under tho wrong impression, m nt to the city charter ias published
As a matter of course he believed that il lThe Sun of the 2nd inst, is not a
the Success Ice Company would be copy of the one sont the Senator and
running on full timn, and that, the Reipresentatives of Alachua county by'
resolution covered a proposition of the mayor and City Council of Gaines-
*W0,per month for water ; but after re- ville, is untrue, I have thu original'
viewing the resolution he noted the copy, amid tile only changes are those
words. "at the rate of," which necessary to put the document in legal
'placed all altogether different con- form, The entire charter of LOOt is
itrudtion on the contract. lie repeated 9s amended, and tho only ad-
wai conscientious enough to admit ditional section is the clanae repealing
that, under the contract as it now ap-..the latter repeated in tthe proposed
'ea ed to hin, it would bo unjust to t lw bill, which an yo noacquainted
charge the company $f50t for water, with the method of legislation in Flor-
when.. that commodity had only beol Ida will tell you is tie0. customary pro-
used for eight duas, 'n frank cedOiureo Iii this State. I shall retain the
enough to adriit, gentlemen, thatt I original copysent by the delegation,
iewed that resolution through a and am willing for any om to d eide
smoked glass, but the glass ii olear Iato whether there is any difference
now and I see plainly. Col. 0 ell Is between that and the one published in
right," remarked President liroome. Th Sun, except that the latter is .4
'Alderman Pedrlok said 'h itid not legal form atidthe former s not.
th lunk it tasjast .to compel the corn- "I. H Me.iniAmm,"
pany to pay for water u tioontumodl IPI5CUAL TAX IrIaSTRICT PrinrIXON,
alid made a motion that the -resilution oT th e Uoam. ot Public lIstruotlon of A mehua
as attdoptod by the old C(ouncil he sU- .uount
taied util the olWey could supply W windersluited voters and tarpayerd
trained tith city could, spply reald gi in theterritorry described as rlowe
meer for h of the oomany. octmnerinttogatthe southwest corner ot S0.
This motion was carried, and at lest ton i Tw l, oth o l t ot
ir mall was mal and ruilutng thenoe etoo to the .southoeat' 4
one ice man was made happy4 nor of.aoestion0, Township 10, m6tit at
Alderman Taylor, who 1, chairman tt t.he et oh
of the street committee, palledthe .at, ait teno westt0 thoihalt-Maile stont 0
tention of the disrupted condition of ofa0 oaoattM1hnee r ehalf-o
the weetwter branch tilvert on Ot Outh ne ofS eotton f4, Towasn
East Liberey street, and he was em'" soutbwe abforner ot .Seoetlo 4, Towns.P U
powered to have same repaired. h f on tne wst no f titn
Superintendentt Roux stated for the ToWis.sm, of Iltnitng .0 bat0
information of the Councll that he was outhf Itae t tho ut
intair.;0 d poaton the $otith line oef 0so otnI
badly in need of a building to be toc- Townhi0 ., Noitl O is o unile 0ot; th"0n
cupitd as quarters for the ongiieers at west to tie nortiwent orner o6f 1Towa 01
. .. w mouth o(f tlitu e ), I ,t a t tt th uitee O th tl 4
the pumping station. Ho stated that rknioe ins tothe point of hegtnnila, o0 0Mo
the specitloations had been. submitted orUneottrl-oty pot your.thonorable body ,nt
,%maI e (lot op to dotoerailne whether or. n
some time ago, and wore now i th thetit territory deirtbo d ietibovye sahttll. ooe o
specie -.taxo ditoxrboolcr for thie purpOse J
hands of the Council. Several bids had levyini atd aoolleotLnK w disrtrit ohooel ta to
thme toxlumdve 1 0woof ptblil rrf00 Uhoo a w tt lr
also been made, and these also were S thoe dlsti ts reo rseavo s o a
in possession of the board, but no so- te iili th reaenttrumt
tion had been taken. Upon motion of ibovoe ldeouiod territory, be' nominated to%
Aldermanl OCushman the speciflnations trt of the lethal subttd,
and bids were referred to the fire aml d (ltnevlllo Ai.'ll 4. H01,
water coininittoc, with instructions to -
report at next, mo eting. N M A NAMIt;
l iniitt, W WtILHiitI I0i C1. dtut -
No further sitioss, the Council ad- it. M lla, ?, Mllt,
jou rned. -U. A. (olou~lhn W;-W. Aver.,
W. N. W lbon. J Mi verO,
W. lortor, A. Anyone,
P ley'S Honey T and T&r riilow. L
r cMChilZdren.safe.sure. No Gpla#" 'W. T. .Jsou, u.n. iroonme.
S.. . .It. Stoiok rt, W.LD. jDakii llson,
Attention, U. D. C. 0 W;, Hyt,1 W.-tIi.0VbIron,
r 1s .7 (.rs IJi. l ei t o n ,
The regular business meeting of :! .i.Dorltrye, Perry, ot
fJ, A. Mollnatry, WLD. Wells,
Kirby'mith Chapter, U. 1). C., will be w, H.Wo9ii0he,' J1., Detll
held at the home of Mrs. G. W. Moy- J.I.. Murto. A. S. aw1or,
ers Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock, WA, l o, eay.
., full attendance isdesired. Henry Duvln, W, P0. Oarter,,
S Mns.H.H. McOn1AIv, Pres. v, Duke, tW SOU.
MiMsWrrijla MoVlKls, See. A. J. DISOwit<, J. M enw.
Mis Weio.m W oyorMov, a. lH.
LJ- -.....-.-, lili,1 ," ." "~ .- -.. *== H E, on. <3. S *M ea hant,
1llchaird A. oorckr, W.J. Debn
S FENMER' Horutlo Davl, J. A. Phlfor,
JW M. Jrrl oW, M. JoE 1on. t. P'heor,
SJ Ml. M. Thonmiul, T. reThi W. aw,
PHe F A E S J, i. ti'don, 0:JT OIytt.

SD, A. Kiobertmuon, L, C, [ymhab,
o) Atirows,. J. ., MN .lie stry .Jr,
,. A ( Io d 'W i n E v o n i i lt t lef a
iV. J. C(arPrtor, J. 1. .hUeme ,
hM. WOtvwlng0. J.. Kee.M.Dr,
All ds a of d. h er. B., 0. holrnas
Bladder. -ur, Ortins | U ,-hwn. an. CD awto.i,
A che,isao t Ri &me rave1 * J il | j 11< u^. "L,, M.- ellt;
r y.opsy, ioai troubles. V'V' -van.a. Wheherley lyton"
I Lt. E. Duvls, J, -A. Ottrlble,
Don't become discouraged. Thire a n,, ,It'. lSu S, ., l.
cure tor you. iI-tswtury Wilto ltr enr, j.' N, .tro! nr, ..W Mhlmhrr.
lIe has 0pimnt a 'l.f toLimo el' Jimit i ulb Hentry rti.wiy, 6. B htlley.
r'inuis ( yours. All c11o,sit4tlOus 'rie. L., 13. Meo. J. A, M talllng.
"A gravel leod.lod In my bladder. After .. y- Mueunluwr M. ttfrttafn,
ing a few bottle of Dr.F maor' Kidnor I. I. M, Citt, I.W.HR,
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4his a v e eh4em ean army most be soaqunbg t1p olitcal ri* O n
S t b neraiy through smokd glis4es. oote the Ittes os i The e
A oog ,t to t,1 tg 1 h,^1 e 4ene ral following paragraph from that p.pIp t, weakens the delicate -uIg tissues, t 4tin-
0faf Viee dpassionatbl hit appahr eaungse tht di gestive organs andt p tt si

S.Fehty idt~dii~ n g f4r h breaks down thq. genralh health.
fto pf3i. reord h mla emoy ntit,. n ext year'. It oftesn causes headache and idoaz4 ;iee~iedi th ~ to veto a tIt reso
Sito and Prpr. t t6 ivil war it refreshing to There can be no ISsue in the Case ness, impatr the taste, smell and u .The q t~ a r been
ay the least, to ;ee him OW Iberating cited by the Tribune, It is a subject hearing, and affects the voice. ,raised bere, beefi o rtor has
Soldier an4 oflO" or "maltreameni with a idea so far-fetehed as to de.. Bing a institutional disease it re- ever seen, fit o r 2c lt per as
S *of rfned .combatants; mand an apology to aeomanyy a reft-. quires a constitutional remedy. the one nootifde* conidfaion, that
ek $ l yea-r;lx ..Tgelr co.nxuot must haie been sho~k- eren e to it by any newspaper. '- The flood's Sarsaparilla of memoriasin ore o call a
'. ing, indeed, eservea reprimand Sun a estherefre, for the constitutional convention for thie pur-
^ ,- .... i from a .man whosehief deight trty space cupted,.in pdvane'. Radically and permanently cures car pose of amendig t he ntitution
ippient's a tlie dd years ago was i.ini ting .Boe When the Demoeracy of the 'tarrh of the nose, ,throat, stomach, making the election f Unt States
1et-s forea-h addi- w indignity to heap upon a heiplese Pnlted States .goes so far back bowels, and more delicate organs. S senators by adiret vte o te peo-
/1fort' h n : ..* prisoner of war. A m'an who out- upon principle as to fawn at the' Read the tetimonials. pie. After a long and eloquent argu-
is s for thres aged all stne of the proprieties a fet of the traitor who stabbed it in No substitute for.r good's acts like meant on the question the Sat de-
S1 ths nat c rates. so violated all rules of. civilized war- the back-in the Interests of the very Hood's. Be sure to t Hood's. cided that the resolution ass e the
tW# .0f adph 'ono~~o~ appli ationt*forrm of a ol uin tsst e d tye E
and eath notices inserted fare as to call forth a protest from his ,asss againts' which Democracy has I was troubled with catarth 20 yeas, foem of a dill, and t4he eitOlief Ex
.Otbi os, 5 cents a line. superior ofler nd bring the blsh of evereearrayed, it will merit more Beein statements of cures by oo's a etv id reserve he power to veto
...s .. -shameto the cheeks of all honorable decisive and' lasting defeats than have' ssparila resolved to try it.. Four bottles same. It will be remembered.that the

We will notacept stnps of a enemies of the Southland.. been dealt it during the last twopreti- entirely cured me." WILLIAM SusMA, resolution was presented for the ap-
lger deuoination han 2 oents. The "water ,ure" was no known deal pains. The Democrats of 10306tt., Milwaukee, Wi. proval of the Governor, 0whoM ref used
S. when Jefferson Davis was a prisoner the United states know that Oleveland Hood's Sarsaparilla promiss to to approve same iipon the gro unds
.. -ic LrSTr. of war at Fortress Monroe, else does is a traitor to his party. They know cure and keeps the promise. that it might have a tendency to. less-
e un and the'Thrie-a-Wek any one doubt that the men who with- that he sacrificed that party when oc- ... . .. en the representation of the South.
,(.Y.) W0rld one year....... $1 5 out reason and 'without authority, eupying the highest position that GENERAL MILES' REPORT, ,The bill providing for re4!istHcting
le Sun :and the'Atlanta (Ga,)' placed shackles on tias crushed and party or his country could give, _. the State into eight judicial circu its
Wely tution one year 1 75 falen oewould have hesitated to They know that in doing so he ren- The report of General Miles, was passed,

mi |zWeol tue n o yar) 1 adopt it as a mean of extorting in- dered himself to the monopolies, smothered in the War Department by In the Senate the following biUls
iThe Sun and the Semi.Weekly formation or of further hpmil Hating money-changers and trusts, despite Secretary Root for several months, were introduced and refereed to ,oom--
Times-Union: one year...... 1 0 him? the fact that he was elected upon a has at last been made public and it is mites
- Outrageous cruelties my have been platform condemning the very inter- just what the people of, the United By Senator MacWilliams-An act re-
-The family, in the White HouSe is committed by our troops in the Philip- eats hetved. He could nt surren- States had anticipated. leting to the limitation of fhe hours of
i entertaining an unnvited .guest-the pines, as General Milescharges. If so, der his party, but in surrendering him- As a matter of course, this report daily service of laborers and une(hanf
Inieole. ,'__ : those who are guilty should be severe- self he dealt his party a blow from embodies a great many cases which ies employed upop the pob]iwoiks of
ly punished,. as much inthe interests whil it wi41 require years to recoere have 'been covered by investigations 'the State'of'Florida aid the umnioi-
S.The house ,owned by Mr. Kruger, of justice s for the discipline of, or The talk of Bryan and 0 ryanism kill- and carefully whitewashed, but neaet- palities operating thII tender. .The
tol0er President of Protoria, was sold army and the vindication of our eoun- ing the Demiocratic party is all bosh. theless, coming .fom Such. a' high bill fixes the time of labor to eight
at M Qotion recently for -$20000. try's honor. Btt we confess that such The blaw dalft to the Democratic adfthority as the commander of "the h .ours a day; .
..' charges would opme with better grace party and Democratic priniciples by 'army of thb united States, it ileservies By Senato Blount-Tp amen,par4..
Solf has left the column of quiet from almost anyr ofice of the army Olev land, was the blo whiSch knock- the attention it is receiving from the grapk9S of an. act providig forf the col
rs an joine he rr n other tan Nelson A. Miles. The peo- e that paty out qf business or a hands of theAmerican people. It is lection and asessmentofa rqvenue
rty*-snc it cured John Rocke- pleeof this country, the Southern peo- time.. 't sa the same result which has in awful story of. crime and dishonor By Senattor Bams-rFor the relief 9t?
felller's baldness. ,.: ..- "..ple aat least, have hotso soon forgot- always followed an army after it has for the Uni'ted States. army, but in the Volusta County Bank,-"
",._ t'ep amoun tenat. 1 is" ily been deserted by a traitorous chiefH. considering this report the people of 'By Senato l A.dams-Fixing the'r tiie
The Manitoba ptatO .crop amounted What war necessarily cruel. 'The Democratic ..party has had the United Stite should.bear in rind for holding court in the Third ]3u-"
,to 8,459,825 bushelk and the root crop muqt be'Admitted. That there was enough of Cleveland and he has about the conditions and circumstances clal Circuit, /
ito0 8,289,0 bushels. There are thrash. nveran armed conflict, perhaps, that he same change of securing the nom- under which the cruelties and murders' By Senator Harris-To protect th
ung outfits in the provlnte. did pot develop facts ,of brutality on ination as has Editor Stovai. who has referred "to were committed. Even sponge beds of the State. ,,
-_,_,_.-. '...both sides is generally recog/ised, the confidence of at least te peopi of then they will appear black enough to' By Senato Brown-To declare trhei
A ittburg pracherwho is opposed The Philippine war has been o ex- his Stat. d w', bring shame and disgrace upon that obtaining of advances of money or suip-
Sto dancing, says that the sawbuck and oeption to this rule. But it may at organisation which is ever crying in plies upon the part of farm laborers
S washtul will give a more graceful least be said for it that it-lhas not yet Preeident Baer defies the Interstate the ears of' the American people: and the failure to carry out su.i "con-
; riage. Oh, what's the use? developed a man wearing the uniform. Commerce Commission to prove that "The honor of 'the American army .tract a misdemeanor,, and to fix the
S- .... of an Amerian soldier who has his companies-they are legion--are should not be questioned by the citi-' penalty therefore.
Roil. or rps of corn are prqduoed equaled in cold, calculating, coarse breaking the law by ownifV coalmines zens of the United States4" : ..... .. .-in the House....,...- .
S-yearly in Cuba. The first orop is cruelty the conduct of Nelson A. and operating railroads at one and the When the cries referred to Bly Gen- In the House the following newibillp ',
Splin'tedin December and Lhe fourth Miles at Fortress Monroe' To pt a same time. If, however, the commis- eral Miles were committed the natives were introduced and referred to the a
.:ropp is harvested in December, proud foe to death is less brutal and sion proves that the companies are who suffered were at that time con- committees for consideration:
4 --- far braver tiani to humiliate and insult within the law It. will be a step in the ducting a treacherous and relentless 'By Mr. Rivers of Alachua, toprdvide cS
STh! twelfth census, 1000, divulges im tas Jefferson Davis was humiliated right direction. It will demonstrate war upoh the soldiers sent far into the for the assessment of bond notes and
th 'fact that there were 27,02' pho- and insulted by the man who is now the necessity of revising the law. interior of the Philippine islands. other evidences of debts, and to pro-
S ; tographers onumnirated in the United lieutenant general of the United s---.r. Nothing was too black for the native vide for the collection in such taxes;
t of whom 28,442 were males States army. Postmaster' General Payne strenu- to do in dealing with th$awmy of the also to aiend section 11 of chapter
nd 8,587 tamales. Whatever may be the sins of our ously denied that Attorney General United States. Even the ambush tac- 4678, Laws of Florida, providing for
army in the Philippines-and they are Tyner's resignation was ever demand- tics of the American Indian were ur the division of counties into school .
SAs there wer~ no newspaper me doubtless mapy-Nelson A. Miles 1ed. And now it .appears that it was passed and deception was one of the districts.
WithA resident in the Yellowatone should be the lAst mall to throw stones not only demanded, but that its de- strongest agencies of those who were By Mr. Baker of Clay to amend see-
ark here is no reason why the stories at it.LConlstitution. mand was ordered by the President as conducting the campaign against the tion 1 of chapter 4928, Laws of Florida,
; Of his adventures may not be veritable - far back as last March. Americans. It may be said to the regulating the carrying of firearms,
'shilling ahoketmue." The Chicago & Aton railroad has '---- credit of the army that retaliation on limiting the age of persons who may
.**- --. --had built the most powerful locomno- The Pennsylvania "muzzle law," its part was not attempted until for- obtain licenses to eighteen years.
S It is hoped that the Alskan. seindal tive in existence. The cylinders are which practically destroys the liberty bearance had ceased with the officers, By Mr. Hqrne of Ja'son, to amend
Which involves a number of army ofl. 22 inches in dianeter by 28 inches of the press, is a fair sample of the as well as the men in the line, to be a section 3 of an act defining the labili-
oers is not a sample of what will occur stroke; the driving wheels are 80 limits to which a Matthew Quay ma- virtue; They stood torture, saw their ties of railroad companik in certain
i nmost dally when the United States inches in diameter and the working chine is willing togo to serve its own comrades butchered in cold blood, eases.
," t g to building thePanama canal. steam pressure is 20 pounds.' Its ends and perpetuate its bwn life. plots conceived for their destruction, By Mr. Blanton of Madison, to
Weight is 874,000 pounds, including until they had learned that they were amend section 1480 of the Revised
i The Wdr Department is about to ex- tender. A traveler who has just returned dealing with a treacherous, brutal, sav- Statutes, relating to grounds for di-
fT p-hd$190,000 on tho constructio of a T-from Pompeii says that 'as the ex- age and cunning foe. It was then vorce.
en carriage. Thisbut anther evi nThereare 18,000coutry newpapor cavations proceed it is found that the that the campaign of retaliation By Mr. Jackson of Citrus, to prevent
dne of the ft tt this a tri- te United States. f Pompeiians had houses fitted with commenced and it was conducted upon the cutting of setion, township or
o de running mad that this admistrm. eachof these papers would inaugurate modern plumbing and, in fact, "'all a most extensive scale until it receive. range corner rees:
Srunnn ad with ilitari a good road movement in his n modern improvements." e attention o the American people. By Mr. Parish of anate, local o
i The navy costs a few million dollarsto bearton -. iastth It was then that the' halt "was tin billto regulate the taking of f sh
.e.s thani the army. The total cost of fongrss, it would be the greatest lob- The public i beginning to wonder if called and court-martials were con- front the waters of Manatee county.
,the war and navy departments is not b or has ovlfare f the cou ry the a strenuous President necessarily vened to try the officers guilty of the lpy Mr. Trammell of Polk, requiring
muoh greater than the pension appr- _means an aggregation of weak men for offenses. Of course the officers Were that the court allow plaintiff reaso
priation, which is now the largest si1- -nN "- = = COabinet. Moody, Payne, 'Hitchcock, adjudged not guilty in nearly every able attorney's feos in certaincases .
|^ ,gle item. ..h New jersey trolley lines have and Wilson are all monumental in that ease. The honor of the army must b By Mr. Oven of Franklin, to author d
jhe Su s t beeny absorbed by a holding r- line. upheld by the officers in high rank. ize irche by th State froo
The Statt of Moassahusett py" wit a aita of 20,(,( But t report of General Miles licounty o f the armory at Apa-

built 415 miles of good roads in the They do not seem. tobe bad ly .frightened 'The President's courtesy to the labor shows to whom we owe the reputation lahioa..... .
f oi aln'65t Sp 0 e a ser


S.last few years, at a cost of $5,0t),0o(. by the Nortniern .curities decision, unions has offended the Eastsern cap- made among the natives of our posses- By Mr. Smith of Volusia, for he re-
'Fi rst-olass rural rads would add more Italisis and the President amst take a sions for the American government. It lief of the Volusia COunty Bank.
' to the development of this State than Seuator Hor uttered avery eloquent back track or they will throw their demonstrates that the arm cf th By Mr. Koonceof amtertorequis e
anything else. tribute to Thomas Jeeorson, but. then support to soine t oer candidate. United States is ot an rganiation cos fat cars, alsoto provide fosnh
--- Senator Hoar never was in favor of theO Unted ates i not an organization on on at also to provide or
S Although the Nicaragian canal forcible subjetion of th.e Fililpinos. A Milwaukee woman has named her which will maintain honor at al the revsio and consolidationof the
.: would be in all 170 miles Iong, yet ld Theodore Roosevelt Henry Cl hazards. It has certainly dishonored wood a legally incorporated own.
Sa only o27 miles would have to b actul- nt of Ohio, City of Toledo, ( I yne Bradenburg." Is this not acase the government in the Philippines and By Mr.Trammell of Polk. to amend
]ly 2e xCav'tedto Oni hatndred and twanty- lucas County. for the Society for the Prevention of brought disrepute upoa the American section 10 of chapter 4983, relating to
ea t t r.dr. .ari y Frank J. Cheuney makes oath that hie Oruelt to Children? people. But, it must be borne in mind rights of purchasers of fertilizts.
onemiles0 traverse two rivers and a r t hf. -t 0 r.. L,, o I-t'y'ChiLI
iliea s w be through i eior partner of the firm of F. J. -- that the soldiers who committed, mur- eorge Goud sas the presenter
ed ts & Co., oig busis in th Apparently the New Yrker find der, who burned the houses of defense- perity will continue twelvemons
,..... Oity of Toledo, County and Stateatfore- the miitituru. cyclones produced by less women and children, who ipflicted longer. Just long enough, no do t
.... ......... .....said, and that said itrm will pay One the "Flatiron Building" so entertain- torture and even bhot defenseless to convince a crt'in class of Reptubi
fd e rr\Wilin a thinks ne as ndil Hundred Dollars for each and every ing that they are going to build prisonersby the wholesale, had been cans.thaty made their
xin eet and ease of Catarrh that cannot b cured another, receiving the same treatment them- perity
|.sef ct, i h t r' tl tve large ftanlicat by the se of ltall's C'tarrh Cure. r-... selves. This is not a sufficient vindi- J - h
btit is th opIion that theAre is Fnh NKC KNEY. About the only thing' the Presi- nation for the guilty, but it relieves N.i. r. 'Lu.'t.A1N ~.
S.'tuckht ltifnz'an l 'io mawn overdoing Sworn to before onw tnd suaoribed denti's western trip has developed the verdict from a part of its sting. l.. < ,.evile Vi.
. /, t.,u 'wri.his imperial majesty in my presence, this tifth day uf De- so far is tne fact that he'ia reasonably Sao "'-ti ....i. ,,I .. ire. t ..
0.,e ,A, D. 18S. u th rou i1 -enatr latt and Gover or t.Od!i ,.- t:,r ,u '',. ,r
'hl. .... S5W.O' A.. s orAsoh, have, had their annual fracas, but is I '."i ,. '. ueu o
Ssthipiben .t.,ttN' by.. an at . Notary Public, u .. not likely thateither can afford. o fatl a er t 'ainte.V
y Perps it is just the novelty, of en- w t. June 0.
otuirply f tte. O it iht a Italls Catarrh 0ure is taken intern. tertairing a hritiJh king that makes out whe re a natio-. 1 ' ]cinu .C A cot'4n,, o~ Ha.e F "
.ll Incal rt oes the 1al6ly, a ott ditMetly on the btood and the French act like they enjoy it, close h ntid.. '.'l ir o Lt, i aAnd lt. SS. .t
mu efes surfaces ofthe system. 8cod
Ofo tce tmtonials,.e x The Presidetci at we ha*'r
'work to # while F '. O., Toledo .. Aunt hety Green it said to prefer, kept our prour tu i Fipl t eai. na and ast a.
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- .Attention.


PVI1TQOIS FROM GAINE

i ids f .Hon. Syd L. Carter
'l cutlng Attorney for the i'ew
fri"ttt t--Other News. .
(|- rout, Our Special Co0responde
i'allahassee, May 6.-The ab


PITAL

Attracts


SVILLE

arle Anx-
a Prose-
Eighth

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isorbitng
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topie this week is the hearing of testi-
mnony by the joint committee, on the
-'Wailes-Baird claim. These, hearings
are held in the Selate chamber and
are publio. Always ,the re are present
;a umber of visitors and the proceed-
inigs are conducted with great digifty
*, d formality. At the hearing Tues-
lday afternoon the list of witnesses
rs.i ent was a distinctly notable one,
tibtluding Governor Bloxham. Ex-U.
'. Senator Pasco, Ex-Congressmen
Navideosn, Dougherty, Bullock and'M a-
r ;jor Fairbanks. A stenographer is em-
V" ployed and the voluminous testimony
'! will become a matter of record. The
examination in chief is conducted by
Senator Blount, acting chairman of
;the coommnitee.
f iAa ely.has theie been so interesting
a? a debte as that of Tuesday in the
0I ,Wnte on the ruling of Senatgr
44ams on the point of order raised'
by$Senator Blount 'anent the veto of
i'the Governor of the resolution memor-
'i '' izing Congrss '4in the matter of pall-
J a United States constitutional -'on-'
%erition. The two .masters of logic,
| u ;iouence and, legal acumen, Raney
Siit Blount, o opposing sides, was. in.
,the nture of a mental feast thorough-
ilyappreciated by the Senators ,whose
knowledge of constitutional laws was.
considera&dy augmented. President
Ad1ams whose .ruling against the
point of order raised by Senator
Si.B lount was sustained on appeal there-'
tfrOm, by, the Senate through the ques-
0'lon raised as to the power of the
Governor to veto a joint resolution,
'will doubtlessobe again raised on a
" proposition to amend' .he rulings of
"the 8enate.. "
_.TWo daily sessions are now being
hl eld in the House and every effort is
'being made to catch up. with ac-
oumulated business. Nearer the ap-
, :proaeh of final adjournment there may
be three sessions daily. Very many
important measures remain undispos-
ed of and it is hard-work and pilpnty
'of it from now'on.
The meeting of the State organiza-
tion of county superintendents of pub-
llie instruction is now on and the in-
Itial session was held Tuesday night in
the ball of the House of Represenlta-
?i Itives. This body will conclude its
''work on Friday night and the meetings
It promise to be both interesting and in-
tistruetive. Supt. W. M. Holloway, of
;'#lachua, is on the program, and under
SthIe general head of "School Reve-
ze #ille* will speak of the "Necessity for
xYtoo nrase In the County School Levy,"
o,4 er prominent speakers include
:CGojvernor Jenntings, Senator Carson,
Ron. Hn B. Johnson of Dade City and
RHonP. U. Fletcher of Jacksonville.
SThe bill providing for the creation of
Sthe new iEghth judicial circuit has now
passed both Houses and there is renew-
ed-disoussion concerning the appoint-
ifmet of the judge and .State's attor-
:ney therefor. The question of the
jedgeship has already been discussed
tn this correspondence and' there is lit-
il0 new in this direction. For the-
jStBate's attorneyship quite a number
.of Hon. Syd L. Carter's fasiends here
aBre particularly anxious that lhe per-
'Qilit them to urge his appointment, be-
SlUeving that his long experience would
h'7le invkinlable in the properly conduct
oif this office in the newly formed cir-
!"The students of the Florida State
ollege talliassee possess among
their i~mber many of most decided
lttIability. At the opera house
last week they presented that
ortioarly difficult play for ama-
as1^"Tie Old Homestead," and be-
rowded house scored such a
success hat they were corn-
.reiepat the performance at a


ien afy.
It~l.ry well represented
Vital today b- Col., R. E.
J, A. Amnopl. Hen. EC.
SCo 0.0.Thoas
i tlllvU citizen who has
ve and will be wthus

)ls~rebry.


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PAINE'S: ELtY O OU


Best Authorities in Medicin Dear

Only True ring ..em.. e .

The sleeplessness, nervous prostra- lisiien today to the yo"0e
tion, weakiress, general debility, tuoe- and the pleadings and testing
tional irregularities arid despondeo0y thousands of your sex, who
frem which thousands of womenti,~tng made well and strong. M
and old, suffer, can be quickly removed Harris, Marlow,. Indias 'Ter
by properly feeding the nerves and re- writes abeot the medicine tl
placing the uiheoalthy bloodby a fresh* women well; ,she says: "I
erand more.highly 'vitalized tflid, The one bottle of Pain's OClery (
iippy change from ill health and misery and am satilfed that one bo
to true womanhood and happiness, can medleine has done te"more
only be nffected-by the use of Paini's than tany Qiher medicine th
Celery Oompound. The present spring ever taken.- I had rlnuritat.
demand for Paine's Celery Compound, standing, kidney disease a
woizan's friend and life-giver, is enor- troubles, but sine taking P
mous in every State of thte Union. This ery Compound I feel altoget
fnc a.one, amply proves that the great ferent person. I have.us
Corilpound possesses virtues anid pow. other mnedicines, b4t'l. eveo
era unkiQwn tp-other remedi.s. Dear any beneflt until Iused ai
,ifea and othere, do ot procrastinate; Compound "


BLUEAN EY WILL VISITING OMIT

MIGLEOGETHER MAKES T


.Commander of Stoi wal .Cnp
Will speak to G A. AB.

SMOST TOQCHIN TRIBUTE

l.w Wallace Post D"ides o Observe
G. A, .R Memortal pay, antlWill ift
vite One Who-QppoAdd Them in War
to DeliveIr the Atfdrsa.
How grand it is that 'tho0e, who so
bitterly opposed each othor in strife and,
war, who Suffered auqh :hardships in
the cause which both thought.'to be
rightt and just,'have distirded. thi-
weapons otf aggress and dIsaste and
now dwell together as brothers iq, har-
mony; and how miutlh grander .does
this seem, when, old and g-ay-haired
Union veterans come together for ,the
purpose of paying loving respects, to


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of reason,
lony of the
have been
irs. Jennie
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hat makes
have used
)ompouud,
ttle of this
real good
at I have'
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Ald female
'aine's Coel
other a dif-
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IEPO

EPORT


W. 4 Pleae .With. East Florida
Seminay ad Its Work.

IMPORTANT REOOMfMENDATIONS

The Committee'DeClar'ithe Buildligs
to' be Dllapidated,atind Says That Ap.
propriation for New Buildings Would
be WMoney Well Spent.
STallahasiuee, May 6.-",The following is
th. report of the joint 'committee ap-
pointed to visit the East Florida
SBmninary at GaineO ille, and as or-
dered spread upon the journal:
Hon. rank Adams, President. of the
Senate: ...
Sir: Your comnuitrtee consisting qf
N. A. Blitch of the 21ht district, John
P. Wall and G. W, King tn the part of
a.lly .. . .!_i .' 1 . . .I -


E. TSe. HiD
DTECTIV DAVIDSON:

ARRESTS CAR THIEF


N e : be*.robn* st
JuneAV '' 0, thi*
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Appw'ehension of .Bad at. 'X ,I P ,

-HA a SERVED MANY. TERMS
Under ind Iurusuant to the reqiateiliolnts'O
thoe st4tutom or the St.te( or iFlorid 'We# 0
Tho Detectivp Found at HIgh Springs a ,p, ilt i. 1. W!.J Lelyietl
T.Rolle)na. d0,Ne[ for orseve0 ouH.elle
Box Belonging to Prisoner Which o n (0i, t il for ~ rselvest out 4 ,s n
... *", '. oh~tttenti Hu0ooi Ot", to form aund, t1o Inofio
Cont'alned a Diversified List of Ar- rated m it tidpcritton, do hereby iviU nof
S..* thlt we wtI) piivl,t ,0the' (taveruor Of e
ticle-Moran Now. in Jail, Sti'te of m'lorldlt for i tters patent,
?-M The proNooed Iicharter I 1% to4nvr:
M. "Davidson of High Springs, tirs iht- bo orporitennea oriad ia orpora
tion Shall be i th ee t M)-inoma0 1 iW l m o ,
special detective of the Atantiu Coast clrompanil, looi to1 11( it l4n IIna pri tal .'.
o1tctl 4nd sPlR0orf bsinoesson Nownnaist,
Line, apparently understands .his bust. nearrtlrle Greeli. in thi coluniy or af.Ihatt '
ness when it comes to capturing cr in- seoand-Tle uoseu ob eot for wthih
finals, He brought to this city ytester- tillsfc iorl s)oni i tind. it)r, Wiuyi ng,
day Ed Moranp alias Don (rant, a ie- tihtbrei arttis andi reta dtino (tf ivrv oritW-
.l~ter:.the vailufatuti re d t sau ,le Of roiurh mod
gro whom he arrested at Dunneli ItOa ar ao ner, vuoneerltm, ieinerai orate tis-
day or two ago )upon a charge of tteal- ta itlnd lUbor of rve'ry oat'e-
ing from the freight ears of thle sys- i1htirs, lu% tueool. bv Oher lior s n or hv ,ait-
tern. The prisoner was placed in0 th' to rl ooo. v fresa ni motatuis of nii and
county jail, and will be arraigned t al I ndO gOtOail o at i ne
lvrv and vrop or ,f~ the 46, irrymuiw )-1 O f ultni
the onining session of the circuit court., hu. invt.iid fu ortshese rpieos, Lo havo ond
Moran.has been employed fot the Imlnitumltles incident to, alild ,iven under th n
past few weeks as a train hand i\ lthe olaws ti ttite, to a uituoruationr t ofA such
West Coast division of the Aitlantic Thinth .'It-he Itlounttof the oUapitalstoellOk all
Al ttW 'ety-ftl tho mi| un tiltiH ,>a ,00>.o)A., .to
oast Line. ,over since he wet on i dtvihei hflt two hitud eA.: ii,.:; fort 340)
t1he run, it is said that claims of shi,'. I- ar,,tw0. n IttW i vttlW a tior tir hundred ilollr i tar
0(100A)X> fluu h. athi? telllitortclt of thlli oaipi-
ags'rhave been filed from oonusig i' -'a ftlc oltollk htiaeen ti d iA. oti the ftenialtier
oje ti lto l i t101 .f|oard tf U tdArpr of
along the line, and suspicion o retied mld o bivortn o "
upoin this negro. The result was that i'outth-ttPht S oor ntl6lo abaall ex1it foor w
Detective Davidson was notified, ,'fith ---Th u b 6t"uto oiAe noted by '
worked up the base and arrested tihe n 0 6 of ilx o lreot or. m*) Ieom -s ire'o bb
,(Ai otenby lisd '0 ttl of DtrectOirl. Aid it Ia
mr ..ov. lvld< that the olheis of Soeorotarya nd,;
After being arrested Moran rdcnlt. 'trnaria, u 6Vy bV hold by olit andi the. samle
tpd that lihehad been a 'bad man. x ti--The oftoeers satll he bolted at a
staytd that he had served ternis atl. it".e vol," ortUa,
-oat every jail in Florida iand': Soth hnd,thho ntesn oft tho oflcor bhtall be sM
orgia, aild that he had only recently J IL. "eIlley. Prstent.
beelt released from the State p rlion on .e ccrutAoniethS, .^.,r '
a two years' sentence for robbing' 'a The Ioarit ror Dlrectoroll eh levJ. Kelley;
te' ', m: l MDtIldA.1;.! loy,,Ke H, Mi Dona,
I e. a ice.lo.weIkitlt4I., L. UM-lonld AttUitil their
UpQo his return to High Spring soeorh.b, -
with the negro Detectiver DvidSu n Mess or l fl to wthioh Ue omoraon a
discovered a box in the baggage .robin n m te twenty totlusa
whibh was said to have been the prop- :ith N.ates and roreldenatos of aubt.;
erty of Mrs, Moran. The contents of J. L;,eley..0,aUpesvltie, trlid r1.
this box Was very diversfled, compris. e e, Iord
Ing trousers, underwear, sooks, hats, USOia eh
pocket knives, jewelry and dozens of L Moponald. P'Vtr.i01tl. Inorld, .
other articles, all' of which were en- i s e IA -tX I,
tlrely new, having never beeh used. M11 nudd r0.H. X)o1lyL. 1 ti r
The tags and cost marks had been r.- s toiokre ,cotlv e,
moved from all the articles, however, A W. MOffI )tid,. shares,
except the box contatiniag a dozen A. '". Koitey, 15 hia'es. .
pocket knives, hence thii0r Identity J. -I, LMIr)tmt, 41Mhhur'es.
will probably never be divulged. K. Mooni'rd. 1t hr..
S: ., ... .... .:....; tuti nonl of to k ni irh e
i i ...i.t%, tth a t ... o n1 er tt teof lO tll ,l lt t h-
1Pt ]i ;It | l Q {It~lb|41 i' P. t1 Liil i' t '4 ... ... .. i .u ..i ..I .........u~r


eh. i - --h .O i ttippsi jate uxlter ati a iny. L,.iuo their del, that they ahou ld nvite, a authority of BSeate Concrrent lR.eso- proud of it, and that they stand ready
Confederate veteran to iat lotion No. 9, to visit, inspect nid re- and willing to co-operate in the' fur-
hat occahigon, and beiow upon mhi port their finding on the East I'orida theranco of its needs. 'l hy have of-
the highest honor at their mm S inary, stated at insvil, la., forced to purchase and died to theo
that of orator of the day. beg to submit the following report, to. State a now sito for this institutitm
This is the condition which confron r its That o Friday, the 24th day of consisting of one hundred ((100)) aer.s
our people today, and w eshop ad ,pril, your committee visited the of land, situiated tlaree-qkuarters of a
feel grateful that we have lived'to wit- ast Flord emary at Gainesvill, mile fron tl conty crt hou.
nes, ti. An mee, of Lew tWhisle Fla., aild fo.ud that the total number Your conliitt Wq visited and ml 'speted
Post, G. A. R., was held is oty students enrolled were 248; total th lpropo.)4ed sit, iunid find it high,dry,
Tuesdayy morning for the purpose f uber of males,u181; total number of level nIld in lev arra ng fo the obervnce of Un females, 117; total number n attend. the itltitutliu., audl we would reqspe.t-
Memorial Day. The meeting was pie- an6e, 210; tiummber of male students, fully r.ecot ii d that. thu proper al-
sided over by Col. H. F. Duttoni com, l ; number of female students, 9. thorily nictopt the donatiuo of this lite,
wander of the post, and Was largely Nuiaberpofcountieirepresented are and that the Logislaturo miako a sial-
attended, A great deal of enthusiasm 28, whih .reas follows, towit, with flieently largo appropriation for the
was manifested, and all arrangements nubr of tuent from each county: erction of the necessary buildioga (hI
were perfected for the occasioAlachun, 12 rion 17 Bradford, this site. and the furnishing and equip
will be held on the3.80th inst. A-Su aM t.......1r11104
wl h on the nios. g 9 Sumter, 10; Putiam, 8; Duval, 6; ient of thesame. i
It was the unanimous sen- Levy, ;Hillsboro, 6; Hamilton, 5; We find this school centrally lohtet
tirnent ofthe meeting that Hon. Orange 5; Nss4aui, 4; Columbia, 8; and in a growing and flourishing con-
Horaio Davis, commander of Stone- Suwannde, 8;ake, 8; Citrus, 5; St. dition, and for thTl reason any apro.-
wall Camp, U. Q. V,, act as orator Johns, 2; Mouinre, 2; Leon, 1; Volusia, priation made by the Legislature for
of the occasion, and that the members 1; Madison, ;blk, 1; Dade, 1; Gads. Its maintenance, in aur opinion, will
of Stonewall Camp and Kirby Smith den, ; other Bt 2 Cuba, 4; be money well spent.
Chapter, U. D. 0., be invited to afllli Porto ico, 1. Below we give the inoome of the
ate with the G. A. R. We further report, that we remained Eat 'Florida Seminary, which is is fol-
The exercise will be held a a pace all day with the school, heard the gen- lows, towit
which will be determined later. '
which will be determined lter. eral exercises, thie students reoite Appropriations for salarles
Wherever they occur, carriages will their reitatons, aw them i the Appropri taltons for the coim-
be provided for those who desire to at- ther reeations, *aw them In tho -ppr nations for the com-
tend the ceremonies at 'the graves drilling exercise died with the mercial department.. ..... 17,50 (0
and the affair will likely prove very faculty and tbestudents, and that we Interest on the Seminary
a tUhcesafu prove veryfound the disclipllzne strict, and every- fund ................ 2642 00
thinreg eonncted Wit-ttile binary lin
Tile ladies will be requested-to send thing nneted with the Seminary Total.................. $0301 ()0
in floral decorations for the occasion. excellent ohdlt ad oer. The Th appropriation for girls
n: foa:, oratiosfor = he occasion. students wer6 stu4lous, ordoiely, and dormitory .... ........ ()
stitution, is hero and some important acted in a gentlemanly and lady-like Approprjiaions for piano nrid
reports from the Florida capital may manner during our stay among them,n. library .. ................ I)
shortly be looked for hi the big South- We are sure froin wliat we saw that.the Tkeh appropriations for paliting tiud
ern daily represented by him, Florida iSeinary has art able.president and an rpairm wil ) paid ott for the lturposet
just now is attracting a great deal of e1lcient and competent, faujity, and for which t waIs appropriated,.
attention from other States. -desretq speak ih thbhighesttrms of Tho following is: the .curre.nt eX
It is said that when the Goernor's their ability. pene of the Sermuinry for thisyoar,
mansion bill comes before the House We find, however, that the hiltlUtn fg namely:
an amendment will be proposed, are in a very poorcoritio t ey lariesteacher ..........
.making no portion of the amount ap- are 10old, wornout and rotten i.ro ttop Jracks Of minary d. 28 O-
propriated, available until t.men ity of to flOor, that the Sewerage System iT Jainto0 of girl' dormitory ... 00
Tallahassee provides free of expense a inadeqdtlate ad in very poor ~ toditiut. tronas of barrseks....... 240 40)
suitableoite.. It will be remembered ad for this reasoi'the sinita r.i-i emate for last two
a similar action on the part of the lcty n of the Seminary is not'. t '
of Giinesville was necessary to*secure would be if the sewerage syta it wr Vrora pwr ter............. 280 (
a United States government building perfected. 'We aso find ih-at. ihtritii P-.i, r .,........r...... 80 00
The fanciful prices at which it s*ug, and parWe grounds are e'rtirely o ,ol .th..On res a. ....... ... 0
gested Tallahassee lots shall be offered s iall to ne.e the do.':ui t oth i a . .... 874 0
would lead one to believe sthat rjl ool. In short. wi .ltti li'a(we havt Thir, are a numltr of ir'tm $ e8 (I.
estate in our beautiful little Ispjtil l es'ellen" ititti.t of' lr tn, p-,t thtat are not tloilaed ott ihti s
eity'approximated in value tiit 'of; l itsnagd'd Cbt r"l:ticahIl y With!tu.eLct,, beeausi the year, l4 nOP ticit,.
G(orgia's less beautiful, "but lfhtly I eaetiar# : .ukli,. ti d ttiilt. r-andtifor thitk re&C.so 6ould 6iot iiA .tt
mor popitl.as capital and ,i.tr .opi iL et4s *an4ee the d1u4ua tu% in* i.


'T itht -ll' 4 U C'iut-ofrltlos tO1 tut )Ittal ttootk It
Mtkid e4oroeAth(un hMaIll Ibe I)t/isl In iw11 ilwuiiioney
4)f the illtild1 Sta.teOs exOept Where 0 tiS tt-
mtrltioer deroto'Pi t y (ty utulio im ilroterul.,
lbororr service, ai tn iit4ltt OlOiIt the 14i1no
A11iu01 bo ttxed n itt'I jiuL tvaliui iOt b.v tho MJolrd
otf l)io toruof (rf mald ooitl'ort '. i,.tt at l inotlhit
oilloduor muth ro liptuo.
811,' p!t)(f 'r,.tDA, j
(UI.tlS u o' A- AM)IlUA.. I
Intoroietn in l riHu iill alp wflirocl 'J. I'. i [olly,
A. W. Moluonaldl. A. II- ite <.. It, K[ tlthy niitd I,. it, Mot[)'naldl, ta!iim It .
whoinm, f4611i1iWto l<11 wW l Kiit i. uokuuladmod
thu t oi, o Bimh hlnly hiMtolid 1,e ri,)rolrt"obig pro-
tpo>ed hltiter. lii tle att' ti, and a' for the, i
intt 1uurlou> t| there f'oe OOTUtijiid wit a *XI rtihiid,
J, u l ) i H .uY. '*' "
A. W, WIX)DOAIX),
A. '. 5WiARY,
0. It. atoUy,
J #, t, MoAl'o,
Sworn o ftne) 1 $lpet btehim'tl Atil tbith" "
dlay of April. A. l tl. W,
As to tho M0"ignaturesm of J4., l. ollel A. i.
Koiltey, ., 1M. HMo)Onaldl, V. I l, m 10td andt
U It. I(alh ., . '.


Notary 'ub.lt l tl te of S Ilori t. 6 ur e '
Am to tthoe Mlitatttr o ufo A. W, Mei al. .
Nottary I'nlllo for th0t1 tlttf of rit iltM. My' *Y
Olmln"I'losi o xplreh t Autiqui IM. HO, " 1;;. ;
0. Ji. T 'MAN, lA toritfy for leua'gtoriao s . ...:?; i
LiST ) (W IN4VICOTOr ANnD ci LMIU( 9 '"'
J I7&ldgK 8u 'rl8(rON. 'ON..* --_. .,:**/
WalKo, No,. -T I. O~Udli, S. A. iotta
5oi. N, c '. ,'dtlt,. rompectOrs:; J. 1T WOiMte ..
A lsko. *. 'r .. -V# ,,t. it'. ...
TI. Celtoti, i W Helcoriui t. ,.J t1 Olew", l a I
A iietthirl, No.< r:.4 '. 1H4 u3 't M. t..a i.
W'JrI Torl,. NO. i"'-' I Or!ftn /, 4, Oltt 1, ...
, W K. t iit, littIrnolW L tIt. St rilna.,
nfA l trt, No. W t r, M?. mIOl .'li, Mtniii ,

l. iT tiu'ohW tn,10motori': l A W. ,tff allfOld* le rk,
Awthurnl. No. it '11. I, ,OlxltOn 3). ; L.
tnh, W. i. ,. Walits. lns ecmtoltt i!. ., tOtrtn d-
rtol, I'r M. Iiauur l pe. M etor.: I. ,J. uMqtlit .


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Mitiisi up, No. W A. t, ( itie. r UY 9 moer.
otli,... u N. Merry, in.iMttu o 1. P1. W tumlth .
LtAi'otke(. w<<1 I0 C. W. Wp A. '; D)uerl xut, Iusi.tleOuP .1J. 1..,W oll ler.

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t..A. !late, t iu tti f.A *A,-It lie *' Ehi
bnuru U, Mv efv e. jei* *' g u,
t ake View. l't. l T, A.' Jusn ,uu, w. B.
os a as .



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Lj,:UVEL QLSINO


Veil ttls:a '1no.

PIk KNOW AG:'ORAT',.DEAL

bhi In.structions of Prof. DeLand Havib
.eAnW d ferful, arId Show .th'e Abil
Ity *6 Yun&g Man as An Instruict-
or-A: Hgh Oomplient.
Rocky Pont May. 0.,-The closing
exercise at.:the. Rocky Point school.
oere held yesterday, the parents of
Ite scholarss and several visitors at-
aindinig the examination, which coin-
inenced at 1 o'clock. Mr. DeLand had
pI epared the examples, questions, etc,,
which each class should answer, ac-
| 'rdlng to grade-so that the scholar
were in entire ignorance of the form
in which thelfimemory or knowledge
might be taxed, certainly a fair test
to show the progress made by the
school. Examining each grade separ.
ately in mathematics, geography, his-
tory, grammar and physiology, the
parents and others were fully enabled
to judge whether the scholars had ad-
vanced or retrogarded. The readiness
with which the exatmple-s were worked


on the blackboard, in full view, of the
S audience, the prompt replies made to
the different q questions propounded,
was convincing evidence that unusual
pains had boen taken by the tutor to
ground his pupils in their studies, for
l ikp }he foundation of a building is
S the basis or ground workof an educa-
tion, this is evidently the secret:
of Mr. De Land'a success in the progress
the children have made during the,
past term; on 'all sided we. heard
n' othing but thi highest encomiums
passed u hon the teacher, all of which
She thoroughly deserves. Potent, pool-
. :,tive and painst king,- "we redict for-
Mr, Deland the highest honors that
his profession ctn bestow in-the future,
Rocky Point has. indeed been fortu-
nate in getting such a teacher and
every effort should be mdeo to retain
his services.
Before closing the school Mr. De-
Land called upon the late supervisor,
John S. Crown, for a few remarks. The
latter declined -making a speech, but
expressed his gratification at the prog-
ress his children had made (by the
way le has quitee a few). School then
e.. took a recess. Could we only take
such a one dally, for bounteous hospi-
tality ,comnmeznd no -to the people of
Rocky Point. Strawberry, lemon,
c chocolate and vanilla ice cream, as do-
licious as ever partaken, your scribe
was lavishly suppli-ed with. The )pine-
apple and l)anim Ihad to go unthasted,
Cake of all kinds, amid int any quantity,
testilled to the fact that the ladies
'in this section are artists in the culi-
nary department tas well as useful and
ornamental in every other. It is con-
K oeded now that cooking is an art and
colleges teaching gastronomy are be-
4 Ing.founded. If all else fails the la-
A ies of Rocky Poifnt can cater to Iho
taste of the most fastidious: epicure
i ithopt going to college to learn the
Start. They certainly are au fait at
cake and ioo cream,
i We omitted to mention the enjoy-
n ent had in Mr, )eland's recitations,
which he gave at the re( guest of the la-
i dies just before school closed.
,'T l s.r.
NEGRO MURDERERS LYNCHED.
.. Swung from Bridge by Mob In the
State of Mississlppi.
Vi(shu g. ,Mis., May 5.--Hob Bry-
S Rild t W ill -Mh rrfti, h tl. kllsas aius oCo
S .. H. I .'':., V. io l;iigt'led to the,?
YRazoo bl)rlhA;;' nt aI Utyi's Ilutiff just bu.
fore dayllht S nlday l)1lrnin'.
Bryntl) lmdll t> ai t (lii'< ',SIO1 tarly S:tt.
t rday tv (enlig in; ea.Ii(lit "Ng Mo':ris.
whoml ih t) cclltsd ol tllring tlhe tat aI
: hot.
At 11 o'clock Sunday night lD)puty
SheriTff rl't'i SCot id troulr othor(
denutlt8 ,Aiiatod foi town with the
prisoners. At a point *100 yards soult,S
of thel"'egg phut 20 ) fariiwrs, tarmne
wtlrli lties hald shotguns. stopped theu
officers and dvimndeld that they give
: up the l negro'es
Deputy Scott pleaded that thle law
be allowed to deal with the murd.erers.
but the leaders of tlhe mob were ob-
Sdurate and gave t.he offlaars their
choice of.strrenderitig their prisoners
-. or sacrificing their own lives In oa
useless realtaance. There was m
';; choice for the officers and after a
i final protest thb thob closed in, took
S the two negroes and disappeared in
.(l"earby thicket. Their bodies were
fo!numl swinging to the bridge,. ...
^ ,".Robbery wa, the "motive for the
s:aiird er. Three hundred. .thousand
;tfeet of. lumber wa* detroyed by the
r .-tartel .la Jeise ..n hou-s by the


CONTEST


_IN_


000 CASH PRIZES!


Ist Prize, $i0,000,


3rd Prize, $1,000


- 2nd Prize, $3,000.


20 Special Prizes f 1000 ESTIMATES
I rz ET o OA RLY
Evey subsciber to THE TWICE-A-WEEK STUNwill have an opportatuity to share in these magnificent prizes if he
wishes to participate in the Great Educational Contest in which these prizes are given.
The subject matter of this Great Contest is the total vote cast for Governor in the States of Ohio, Massach9setts
and Iowa, on the .d day of November, 1903. *
Every person interested in the science of Government should be interested in the election of these three States; as
much valuable information can be gained by a study, of the political conditions involved in these elections.

CONDITIONS OF THIS GREAT CONTEST.-
Every subscriber who reuits. ONE DOLLAR, the regular subscription price for a year's subscription to THE
.TWICE-A-WEEK SUN, will receive a certificate that will secure for him any prize which his estimates entitle him to
claim. "
When you send in your subscription, also senrM your estimates of the total vote for Governor in the three States.
Write your name, address and estimate in the Subscription Blank below and mail it to THE SUN, Gainesville, Fla.
The contest wit close at midnight, 'Nov. 2, 1908. and no estimate received after that hour will be allowed. The
official certificates of the Secketarie of' the three,States, showing the total vote for Governor, will determine+ who are
entitled to the prizes, and tlhe.awardi will be made by a disinterested Commnittee of prominent judges, just as soon ag
the official figiires can be obtained. '


To the
To ti1e
To the,
To the
To the
To the
To the
To the
To the
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Here Is. the list of Prizes.
nearest 'correct estimator . .. ...
second nearest corree.t.estiinator .......
third nearest correct estihator ..........
fourth: nearest correct estimator' .......
fifth nearest ctrrec testhnator ... .....
sixth nearest correctlestimator.........
seventh nearest correct estimator.... ...,
eighth nearest correct estimator .........
next 12 nearest correct estimators, $15 each
next 27 nearest correct estimators, $10 each
next 988 nearest correct estimators, $5 each


$10,000
1,000
600
200
100
50
85
180
270
4,662


980 prizes amounting to ..... ....... $20,000

The Following Special Prizes Will Also Be Paid
For the nearest correct estimate received before
Dec. 15, 1902........... ......... ...... ....$1,000
For thernearest 'correct estimate received on or af-
ter De;. 15, and before Jan. 1, 1903 .............. 1,000
For the nearest correct estimate received on or af-
ter Jan. 1, and before Jan. 15.... ............ 1,000
For the nearest correc, estimate received on or. af-
ter'Jan. 15, and before Feb. 1................... 1,000
For the nearest correct estimate received on or af-
ter Feb. 1, and before Feb. 15 .................. 1,000
Fortheo nearest correct estimate received on or af-
ter Feb. 15, and before March 1................ 1,000
For the nearest correct estimate received on or af-
ter March 1, and before March 15 ....... ...... 1,000
For the nearest correct estimate received on or af-
ter March 15, and defore April 1. .......... 1,000
For the nearest correct estimate received on or af-
ter April 1, and before April 15.... ............ 1,000
For the narost, correct estimate received on or af-
after April 15, and before May 1... ........ 1,000
For the nearest correct estimate received on or af-
ter May 1, and before May 15 ................... 1,000
For the nearest correct estimate received on or af-


1 ter May 15, and before June 1 ......... ......... 1,000
For the nearest correct estimate received on or af-
ter June 1, and before June 15.... ...... .... 1,000
For the nearest correct estimate received on or af- "
ter June 15, and before'July 1.. .,.. ..... 1,000
For the nearest correct estimate received on oraf-
ter July 1', and before July 15 ............ 1,000
For the nearest correct estimate received on or af-
ter July 15, and before Aug. 1 ............. ...,.1,000
For the nearest'correct estimate received on or af-
ter Aug. 1, and before :Aug. 15....... ...... :.. 1,000
For the nearest correct estimate received on or af-
ter Aug. 15, and before Sept. 1 .......... 1000I
For the nearest correct estimate received on or af-
ter Sept. 1, and before Sept. 15....... ........ 1,000
For the nearest eorrfet estimate received on or af-
ter Sept. 15, and before Oct. ..............:... 1,00d0
Total 1,000 prizes, amounting to... ..........$40,000
In case of a tie or that two or thore estimators are
equally correct, prizes will be divided equally between
them.

VALUABLE INFORMATION.
To aid in forming your estimate we furnish the official
figures, showing the vote for Governor in each of these
States for the past ten years, as well as to give tie total
vote for the three States combined. The total vote for
the three States is found in the right-hand column :
Year. Ohio. Mass, Iowa. Total.
1891............ 74)5,629 32-1,650 420,212 1,537,491
1893 ..... .. .... 823,658 365,012 415,807 1,604,476
1895 ............ 837,466 328,121 401,345 1,566,932
1897 ........... 854.986 269,795 438,292 1,563,073
1899............908,159 299.166 433,351 1,640,676
1901 ........... 827,566 324.526 390,489 1,542,581
What will be the total vote for Governor in these three
States combined on the 3d day of November, 1903? Fig-
ure it out and send in your estimates. It may mean
$10,000 in cash to you.


APer S. X. Wienges, D. C.
I hereby certify that the Press Publishing Association has deposited $40,000 in the Central Savings Bank, Detroit, H. G. MASON. Solicitor for Complainant,
Michigan, for the express purpose of paying the prizes to those making the nearest correct estimates of the Total Ag-
ggal Vote east for the office of Governor in the States of Ohio, Massachusetts and Iowa, on she 8d day of November, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. .
1908, and that this fund can be used for no other purpose. U. S. Land Office at Gainestile, F ".-.
April 1W03,
fl A ->Notice is hereby driven that the tollowin,
u AA e r p t! o1 n B 1 annamed'e6ttler has illed notice of his: Intention "'
to makefinal proof in support ofbia ol-letid
Subscription Blank. that sld roof will be made beor ter
rand Receiver at Gainesville, la,.. on May
President, 9, 1t(, viz:
SAMUnI, P. NxPPuna. of Newberry, Fla. -
Inclosed und $.........to apply on Subscription Account Central SavingsBank d. 0. for of Newerrction 10 10a.
Hd. 300. for Lot of Section 10. Tp. 10,, 8, i
18 E.
H .e names the following witnesses to prove -
111110......................................................~' o. Ipu~ ncr'- his continuous residence upon and caltivation '
Blank for Estimates Without Subscription. of Sa e land
11100p(it Riebnrd Henry, Alex Perry, Sr.. Alex, Perry.
Postollcm ........................................... (Estimates 16 Cents Each.) Jr., Doston Praiser, all of Joneslie, Flto,
W. G3. RBotmNso, Regtster.
State ................... ..................ame............................... ....... NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that on the 2d day of
My tn of Vote for Governor in he 3 Stat are June,A. D.I03, 1 Intend to apply to lion. H .
y Estimates of ote for overor in the3 States are oso ........................... ........sn, Cunt Jude of Alachua onnty,
Florida, at bhi office in the city of Gaonesvlle.
State ... ............. ...... .....forauthoriy tose that certain piece, parcel o
State and tract of land sltuatLt In the county of Al '
My Estimates of vote for Governor in the 3 States are- i 11t0ie State ot Florida, knowti as Lot ".
j Nine ) t the town of Windsor., the same a s
S..re.. toToie conveyed by Saly Howard McGib.
I b mto Mary X. Crookett, which deed of con-
.. .. ........ veyance i: recorded in Deed Book 41, at page
264, the property of Mary W. Crocktett.
.. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. . H A .B A TCH .ELD ER "
.... .... .. .. . ........ ... .... . .... .... ....... .. ............... .. ....... .............y" Ge Uardft. orar M ar. E Croa.e it. W ..-

..... ....... ... ... ......... .. .....N O T IC E.
iO j ainesvigie. Fin, May24,:' 190. o 4 t. ,

REMEMBER that the CAPITAL PRIZE is $10,000, and that there are 20 SPECIAL PRIZES of $1,000 each for stratioson the estate of T e tde
EARLY ESTIMATES. ceased, have been granted by th1 -' a t ,
Send All Orders to THE SUN, Gaineville, Fla. de and
_- -____ .___.__-_____ p' present the same withinthetime req-uiri by'
-N O'-.h, SW ,, ,, t- -- -------- The OTANDARF -oAPP- CATION lw TrXthe will be barred by limitation, an
A.ECA--,.......NOTICY APPLICATION MOR TAXalet sb
Notu e is hterebtiyatent-it the alual. ,e- The STANDARD DEED UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTiR 'March 4th. 19 I .. r ..
it of the stockhohhler, ofr he Ala.IAhu.tt ware- 488-8. LAWS OF PLOIODA-- .
Nh tse re-'wilti elI h1 oby glt entthe GUARANTEE and TRUST No i ereby Joseph.JneTI
towlt.bthe 401 (llxy of 31krlv 11V3,titauItoclooker of TaoJuly 'A. 11W tiled t lzhe t Publication hereof I. as adstrt
hJ1the estateaof .powellr '-...ame
ti. athe tontet of sald ceororatotion ro the COMPANY a on r tax de. to Lny e In, o rd.ee o.in e or cna .. .
purpose of cto.isterl.ng n.d l 1et1- 2 utpon ien t withIlaw.' Said 5erfAeat braeen ba.e fol- 's. for tmet ila Q
PoNowingMuatters: lowing described prdprty sittdin tahebu and will then present aldile my acco
following uiittters: -county. orlda. towit- U -VOA.heH.. OW E L "
1 Plroimediatlnenahtitnus tao the;tturter of Will stop your rent and buy county lore. a towit; .1. o Adm.r Estateof Wl. .
This eorporatioi by htOrciUa.sIn lts calmli stook a y 7 M t Se ,.Ti* B . -
to the sunm ot o .ta. or sucith .teer amount as you a home. For information The aid land bear aeasoed at the date of January 7, iw .
may bethen determined by 'th- yutithmhol F information .the IUsnoe eof auOertfat h te nat -meor
Ia cbe ther e rl eall oinlteo r ..l ne
,(-."_)I. Thedtn f t uii ad eofeate ADMINInTRATOR-.S NOTIC. X.. ,.
aball be redeemed a= codatolaw tsdead Notlee is ber~by
(3)g el(ctiona ofnt hetfiorlthelsusaiel1 thereon eM the lth1 ay of May, the urea Publicatio heeo
.I 1 1 4 a ttorofLti ven thRat-- i uoathe f "
a, ( r), tiera tisaonto ot any other business GEO. wt my o-YERSr eal th aply, totheCou,, a , W
whioh .y be brought teforr the deeslr, day of Arl. A. tri t for-ain1seleen county,
___________r _________ __, ._r 0...Ii ,t Ai a C out 1
3.5.WILIAM, Vco-res __________________ r.#Wiiag~ek c Marh'a,~s ~ .d
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Sash, Weights, Cord, Hardware.




E. M. HAC EE, Proorietor
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NOTICE TO 'NON-RESIDENT.
In the Circuit COoirt, Fifth Judicial Circuit '
Alachna Cpunty. Florida -In Chancery.
Dora Rolan vs. B. Roland.-Divorce.
It appearing by atffidavt appended to the
bill filed Im the above stated cause that B. '
Roland, the defendant therein named, is a
resident of the State of Florida. and has
been absent from his residence more thtn
sixty days preceding tfi s order of publication,
and Is concealing biiseLf so that service can-
not be made upon him, abdis over the agke of
twenty-one years; it Is therefore ordered that
said non-resident defendant be and he is here-
by required to appear to the bill of complaint
tiled in said cause on or before Monday, the
1st day of June. A. p. 1903, otherwise the al-
legations of said bill will be taken as confessed
by said defendant. '
It Is further ordered that this order be pub-.
lished once a week for four consecutive weeks
In the Ganesville Sun, a newspaper published
in said county and State.
This April 30, 1903.
H, C. DENTON. Clerk Circuit Court.
By S. H. Wienges. D. C.
A true copy of original. -


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^4ITHE G1AINESVIllE_$VN: MAY 7, 1903 7
OF FRANK IS NM AL TAS DAY IN T TR.IK IN THE BRONX. ALACUnA COUNTY

'frusne Lots o 4 ng as High Trouble Takes Sroui Turn Ple.


hte gSsg igns of If t hl degree ntrnte .aton's Chief Gu t of Oity ore tos t th o Her Products Are a Few to-
the Place. threat a n a.tO of D a keip order ong thee tio t Ahead of Adjoining Counties.
l ,fl lo ttsee ,A water man where mn are working.
NtHER TROU1SLE IS FEARED. a:g ancial clod tt seeme LAY PRM" te aces. THE CROP WILL E HEvY- -
h rn isdGurother seutimdr- t ie ta r ow A rumor was circulated among the ....... "
Ilaintain Rigid Guar and Per- month sie Nan the City's Population Turns .0 men at work that 3.000 strikatd Extenel
Nit NdOne to rter the Town Ex- ee th Out n Mas e to Welcome Distin. would' march out today and try to In. Growers HElve Pint t
No dOne to Enter the ToThn Ex- w Both pecda et ht e
lpt Those Having Property to Be pice on pig Iron $1 a ton in order to gushed. Qust,. but Thousands of dues them to quit. The olie wr Botth Cantaloupes and Waterroelon-
.. on tpicketed ;along the excavation and all and Will Begin Shipments in Earne1t
ranoved. run out foreign competltl~p. that the Visitors Were Present Italians near It and not working tre n
reduction would be taken to. mebn the Latter Part of the Month.
1P.iarmor, N. WV. T., May 5.-The that the market was' sinking, which I. Denver, Colo, May 5.---Thls was ordered to move on. lnnds of It
iotdz reports c4uped,by the limestone would be taken by the public at large Presd'ent's Day in .Oolorado, and at ans, however, marched by and shout. "If these surrounding counties don't
ttaumbling and falling down the moun- a a token 'that th6 flush times of the every stopping place. pn President e harshly at the men t r places look to thr laurels Aca county
jt4n,; which kept up the greater part of paat year or two were beginning to Rooseavelt's itinerary it was observed Agent Ia9ndau, of the Italin labor going to open up the euntaloup ,sea-
tanay, reverberated-dolefully througfi pass.- Nothing of the sort has re- In Fourth of July fashion, ition, says tre wer 5,000 n o o with the first shipment," nrmarkd
thi 'e pty town of Frank. There was suited, however, but on the eonatry The nation's chief executive was the rik in te city and that al work i j. V. Shottleworth, the exteonsve l
tuanOt no signs' of lIfe in the place, more large enterprises and more ex- guest of the city of Denver for two the bronx o0n would he stoi I \d, nieloll grower, who owns a big iarn ait
A big box of explosiveS which was l l yt.torda.
:a the police maintained a rigid guard tensive improvements have been ain- anld a half hours, and all the people i a shanty for the ex'avftlipg wol vinISont yesrtrdr y,
# Ad permitted no one to enter the nahneed within the past two months greeted him with a warmth and heart. in the ron was ordered huv Mr. Sh
town except persons having .property than perhaps ever before in the history iness of welcome not exceeded on his the ropplice and two urds were sta.ed t Mr. Seucctsfloh irows r of r-
tO move or look after. of the district. transcontLnettal tour. tnd nar t watch it. urag wterilon and h
Another party ascended, the mou- Birmingham Is the fountain-head of Tho'city's ordinary population of t. at t nt., e i t w n
tada yesterday to observe the progress the Industrial and manufacturing dis- about 1756000, with thousands of vial y the acon of te central t tatv. a hi-s xle is c 'dc
Sof disintegration, going on in the re- trict of Alabama, and the price of real tors from other parts, 'of the .state, unionn Indorsing their demands, the that he .olnts pretty netr krowin
glon. It was found,.that a break or estate may be very safely taken as an was massed along the streets and av- lmorers employed on th subwayy e i wntat ho is talking chnou. -o stait s
c revice from which the future trouble ladlcation of the. prosperity and prom- enue of the line of nmrchl at the state -. o .trike p that t crop in A liuth county {i ad-
,I l ooked, for has evidenced greatly Ise of this district.. During the past capitol grounds and Chty park, and work was as com t on Sat. vaced sovotarl lays ahoad of the dd-
since the observations of the lay be- month a business lot on First avenue every man, woman and child in the .. .., juiting countioi, >aid tih prospects are
fore. This information has Oreated between Nineteenth and' Twentieth city -had'-au opportunity of getting a Jim White Lodged In Jail. -xoelhut for the first eeintaloup i crop
'ares of a second slide. streets, 25 feet frout and 100 feet In good look at the distinguished guest. Rhiggold, Ga., May 5.-JIhl Whilo. of the season.
The Oanaddan Pacific takes so ser- depth and having on it a 2-atory rude' The mayor proclattirted a holiday and who la wanted in Catoos county or r gltetlewortii has plantex i
os; a view of the situation that Super, brick building that. night be oonstruct- schools and business houses were the murder of Bob $Shpp on April s o L7 r in caiitaloupes and
Iotendent Taylor has stopped the work' ed at a cost of $2,500, o' $8,000, Ws closed and beautiful orations were has been cAptured at Spring arden, a
ot reconstruction, and withdrawn his old for $35,000, or $1,400 a front foot. displayed. The president made buti Ala, by' F. C. Simifoni the deputy 110 cr, in waternmdn, and hi crp
etre force. As son as all personal j Within the past week an offer of one psectih in this city and. that was sheriff of Walker county, who has la rapidly progrgasing Heexpects to
property Is removed ir' is proposed to $'V7,000 ha s been made for a 50-foot, i delivered oni the doplt 4 grounds, where been in clos pursuit of Uhim two ake his first shipmonto of aontaloupes
try to ast down all looserock as ell '-story building i~ the same bloe ad no less than 25,000 people were as weeks. aiu Ite was brought to' Rnlg abbtout the hi5th inst., but watermelon!
s. ariy that show. any indication' of .tbout 100 feet west of the first me- aembled. -.The sun shone brightly., go and delivered to Sherift J, will not begln to mov[ until a week
eierg dangerous. tioned store, and 'the offer w&t refused. during the visit 'and no incident or ac- vitt. later.
The attempt to put the mountain' In Ten years ago these ,vprdperttes ident occurred, to tar the pleasure of ..' .. ... ..
" safe condition has been temporarily would scarcely have brought more than t h ocaslon..
a-bandoine. : 31-3 per cent of the price they are The prealdenti~a trtin crossed the O L Eii ]"
0t w bringing. state line from Kaiftes this morn-
MAY REVoiLUTIONIZe FOOTBALL. Ing, and at HUgo roor James H.
PEACH CROP WILL BE SHORT. P-ebody oined the president and wel-
iPropoded New Rule Wll Make Game coMedi him to te Centennial state.
Less Dangeroous to Play. Growers Arbound Columbus WHI Be The governor remTaned with the Regulates the Liver, Stomach, Bowel and idney. '
I. ew York, May 5.--American col- Glad of Half a Crop. president the entire d&ty. A nili.tary Forbiliousness,constipation and malaria. "
lege football bids fair to be revolution- Columbus, Ga., May 5.--he fruit eaeort wsa in waittig at the union or bilougestio tisatioii and narvos ha a
e d next fall if the intercollegiate growers throughout this fruit section depot to receive President Roosevelt r S, Hrt flre, and nervous prostration,
t.0tba0 l rules committee carries Into will make from one-third to one-half on his arrival in this city at 10:20 a. For fever, chills, dobility agnd kidne disease take Lemon iixir.
oe.t regulation which it now has of a crop, and in and near Buena Via- mn., and Mayor Wright and the corn- Ladies, for natrald and thorough a rginio regtilatton, take Leion ilixir
:,aInder consideration. This rule pro- ta, about 80 miles southeast of lere, mittee greeted the prfuldential party 50 cents and $100 it bolt!Ls at drug Asts.
Vides for nothing less than that the a large unmiber of the growers will wlien~they alighted from the train. Prepared only by Dr. 11. Mofley, Atlantki, (1.
.eI4 has to pass through the hands of iget fully a half crop. Their opinion The mayor presented the president ---':__-
only 'two men before being regarding is, however, that the fruit growing serwi wng a neat morocco emblem of hisa
t. in play, At present it is neces- tion of southpest Georgla, will --ot trip through the city and a magnitfl.
ary for it to through the hands of average more than- one-fourth of a cent gold badge bearing the state crest Dr. H. Moxley-Dear Sir: li:ee uiing your Lewmon lIixtr I have nIovr hd rhd
three men. I crop. Many of be fruit trees were and an appropriate inscription. another nit tek of those ft.nrful. sitk ltadaciies, and thank tid thatl I have at
: the proposed rule the center can killed by the recent cold snaps. Similar badges, wrought in silver last found a .ltedliehn that will cure those awful spo -
|lnnp the balt to any man on the team Growers around Richland, Ga., about were presented to the other i'arkersburg, W.V. M.RS. ETTA W. JONES. A
who may then rush with. it. It will 40 miles below here, will average one- members of the party. Geonral Ir-
be possible, therefore, for the quarter-; half of a crop. vsng Hale was grand marshal of the
back to carry the ball, an important I Two prominent Oolumbus citlens, parade. Among the people in the 20 D ROF TT '
Slnnovation and because of the fact who are perhaps the -largest growers carriages were Unlted!-tates nimor
That any man may take the pigskin in this section of the country, claim Teller and Patterson Congui mten
Without the quarterback's previous as- that they will get at least one-half of Shafroth and Hogg, former ( v4 -nor
distance, and all sorts of puzzling com. a crop, but that the average will be Thomas and David H. Moffet. The
bfnations will be feasible. Indeed, in the same as stated above. United States anmy was ropresented
the opinion of experts, football under b y cnertal Baldwin and the ola, (TE ET HI NG POW DE
These conditlane would be almost'an Death of. CaptaIn Brown, staft of the department of the C'olornQma i ,holor.-tntm, D *arrhoea. y teryand thel lwel reu o
K entirely new game for the first season Fort Valley, Ga., May 5.---.Captain 8. After spending a fow minutes I the An ArdsOlgotlin, euote t towels, e thesBow r^ anlt l .
Sat least, and would resolve itself large. B. Brown died at his residence in thTs exeutive chamber the president pass TE ING RY ure i and ores Collo Iv n
lby nto a question "who's got the place Sunday morning at 9 o'clock. ed under an arch of silk national <'ol- m r rmm TUiln r s, t n ose tat st.
l He was one of the most prominet cit With tbis regulation In effect the izens of the county and a confeder- a stand erected on the west front of ---..
present evils of mass-play which have ate veteran. During the war he 'erv- the capitol. A vast multit.de swint .. .
aroused snch opposition, would. it is ed on Oeneral R. E. Lee's body guard up cheer after cheer as the preullent A K E ME N
14 a more open and less dangerous formerly represented Houston county was itrodced by Gornor Peabody A E u E m
.tyle of pla. come into effect. in the legialabt're. Captain Brown was and he spoke 11 muInutes, his rersa-ks .. E. . EI
<. born and reared in Augusta countY, being, frequently Interrupted by ap- .,.' t
.- Heavy Wagers on Races. Virginia, and was In his 63rd year. He ilause: a.. n ...d
LNew York, May 6.-John A. Drake, survived' by his wife and several To the tune of "Dixie" the prl ms it- 3l J
of Chceago, and E. E. Smothers, of children. dent's party ithdrew from the speak. n, Ohl ld n WUWi .
Ntew York, have set the horsemen sers' stand and re-entering carriages, .as.
thrI ahout tte country talking be- Short cn Mis Acco>nt, drove to th city parks. The route .D o ?
esu o0f heavy wagers made on their LoulIlMe, Ky.. May 5.-President lay through the Oapitol I11 residece Ue N I LOTHIO
tespePtvre candidates i.n the American Christian Stege, of the Western Bank section, and during the tiv i OURPNE LOTH NO


detby .iid the Harlbm National handl of Louisville admitted this' morning the president was busily engaged In DOS IT
tiap. A Chicago bookmaker took the that his general bookkeeper, Henry J. acknowledging the kindly greetings
money. John A. Drake wagered $10,. Draudt,' who was discharged by the given him. After entering the park
000 on his American derby candidate balk on April 9, was short In his ac- the Cearriges passed between tong
and futurity winner Savable, and in 'counts $15,000. At expert is aow g- ows of school children who waved
the Harlem MNational hamnicap Mr Ing over the ,books 'and as fat as Mr. 'flags and loudly voiced the.enthuslasm V
Slithers has placed $&,000 on the .Stege knows, this amount covers the evoked by the privilege of seeing the ...
anxcea of MeCheaney. defalattion. A new York company is Srst citizen of the republle. 'PINETII
on Draudt's bond for $10;000. No fed.. In the park the 400.pound silver bhellN
aeorgIan Burned to Death er ation .1 possible a the Western soo to be rented to the r r Suits N ig
Carroiton, Ga May 5..-News has bank is not chterd under the nation- Dever was shown to Peidnt Roose-
.each1ed here t-hat Will Westbroo_:, ail-banlting 'la,*. Draudt ha. nOt been velt, who examined tcloe anId adM Waists hi
. prosperous farmer reared here, who seen at his'home for several days. mirea It greatly. A miniature of th,
went to Ooodiuan, Okla.' shortly after 'biell t from the A m reot' Srsm
atcast fromT the sakie metal rhSkirt OTH h
VWe pst Christmas, w ,s burned to Parker Again son board. bhle, t.a made, Wthe gv ,.rn to ,OT, toSEXS
K at Temple. Okla-. Thursday Montgomery, Ala., May 4.-The gov. Wrreldeat rset AND ALI AGES iS
was 23 years old and tn- ernor has reappointed John L. PArker, I xc-Mt ) .
No partilir of the trage- mar of the stte a nds In Venezueta.
tprted. Mr. Westbrooks board of pharmacy -cs, May 5.-The report from ANDt
de circle of 'friends her*. C.r.... May ..-The report from
__________'__' a Schoot Truatee Appolntec. Wlllemstadt, Curacoa, that General pur-
her ExRosont Sailon Mont r A, Matog, the revolutionary leader. h as
On MontgomerTy, Ala,, "May- .--o'v. 'lded in. Venezuela ifrot' Curacoa;h
tUitoploe, May 5.-4 lere wM nor Jeiks has appointed M V. Cpps Ia nfred Mates with t Cbree racorn- ..
bomb ex'ploon at Salonta of Abbeville, -trustee of the Third4 Al. p- toj landed r Mday nt t near T-
.but apIparently nO m9g abaTma district agricultural shool at T
Abbeville' "
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t B tie L KMt.. J. Knight of LaCrosse Was*

COUNT Y ONDENSED 8 t P fs 3d Springs
i rgs.: tered at' the Brdwn House
1 tt1eru of 0oers1 Interest Gath. y
Rv k W. M -Iil the n ie l stores op-
erO p Reporters., actorr of Wto, was among the( vip-

lll~lllONAL ANE SOCIAL ITEMS Q LH wi$ae
R6ONA.' AN SO- L ,TMS s. epte dy for

WIat N H- appenedand What is Going will pend the umer.
to H' pp Iold In: Short ParagraphS* "' l nar4'.Qu..t.inof Ryabelle and T.
*o That "He WIo R una May Rtead" P:.' 1ontgodmery of, W.insr were
1 t ln The' W among those a.wl visited the ; ity yea.
orday. .. .
: t^da.'sD o. a un: ie Miss Carrie.Dej WilliamS,. .harm-
; oteVe wa' a he ing young lady f Alamhqa isi... the
rown ...se e t4ttay e ity.,. Shle i.te "guest' of her' ttanle,
Alblon Thomas of LaCOrosse wa. p(,. j. Maey De.ll
; trdIig In the ity Satiday. F. Hrnmoind, the merchant of
IH.^ M. Moran of Omunpville was Hawthorn andone of e th nmot ucoes.B-
a ';ong the visitors to this ilty yester- ful.businets nentin the East End, was
Sdyamong, the ,valst0s to this city yester-
T. V.PorteT of Jaoksoaville made a day.
brief visit to this olty Sunday, return- J. L. Ohesser of LaCrosse was in the
Ig Mtiday. etyt.yosterday. He Is just recovering
;3,. W. Murrell, assistant agent of the from a seVere attack of fever which
l% ntltc Coast Lihq at Rochelle, was confined him to his room for several
'4|ltorto this city yesterday woek,
erbert Williams of Alachua has Yesterday being the first Monday
eived to this city, tnd has accept- in the month, vas rule day at the
0d a tiioltaon as slesltian at the storo, court house, but the day was unusual-
of i sDorsey & Co. ly quiet, nothing of a legal nature un-
l l L. Moore, the extensive naval der this rule transpiring.
t' ei operator, who is at the head of The friends of Eli Futch will be glad
~L IMooro & Co., Roohello, was a to learn that ho sidceeeded in accusing
1 ess 0 ovisltor to this city Saturday. an appointment as a comnitete clerk
3. Legacy, a comptetnt tonsorial in the 8Bnate, and Is progressing rice-
att of Savannah, is in the city. He ly. He is a bright and capable young
4*l for tne purposo of anceptl g a t m and has a great future before
,6* ion with the barber shop of Oar- him.
l :Tomkies. Rev. S. Fison, the Episcopal clergy-
i man who has been in this oLty for the
S aines of.Aroher, one of the lead past three or four days, departed yes-
tiens of that towni, was a visitor terday ft r Magnesa 8prin s, where he
ts city Saturday. Mr. Uitiesr1 are
[tried as one of the finest bl~ck+ goes with the hope that he will receive
th hs oneftion. relief from a stubborn attack of rteu-.
Rtl7h, in, this seotlon. mnatismn. Mr. Fison was for a short
avid elasitein and Mrs. Moses Ed time rector of Holy Trinity church in
1lAetoin tnd a son Ilyman, departed Sun- this city, and h.as many friends here.
'y.forNew York, where they expect L. J. Olyatt of the United States
a~reutperate for a few weeks. Their land office, together with. Special,
pltds wslah them a safe trip and Agent A. Paul, departed Saturday for
aet0sojourtr. KOey West, where they have been sum-
Admirers of Sam Jones want to re- moned on importantbusiness connect-
iotutber the dati of his appearance In ed with the Tntited States court. J.
intls eity-May 12th. The lecture will E. Wainwright, one of the clerks of
be deolivred "under lyceum auspices, the land office, also made his departure
attdvl will not be a temperance talk. for Pensacola, where he has been sum-
The opera house has bee 1 secured for moned to produce certain records in
.tbth occasion. the Uinted Statets court.
As a horse-shoer Frtik LaFontiseo J. O. LaFopttH'e, the talented young
Sismalkinga big rVeputation,. lie has city editor of the Times-.Union, favored
been employ d in a great many of the his -faiily and friends with a brief
$ .ge itites, where thte paveemnits are visit to this city yesterday. -Mr. lfa-
'.pparently hard on the foet of hores, Foitiseeis one of the brainiest jour-
'Ad his work here is proving most sat- nalists in Florida, andl deserves a great
(aftAbory. He recently performed a d ealof credit for the excellent service
t bjoicpon the feet of a fine animal be- he is giving the "Greunt and Good."
l*4glng to William Wells of North His .friends here are glad to know
Ganewille, which was prononced by that his services are appreciated,
t..eme. to be the besot job' ever and that he is prospering,
St Gainesville. A.; M. Oushmai *has returned from
Svaingeline! G'1 Moody of Ghl- Key West. where he has been in at-
age a ed by Mrs. A.A Becker of tendance upon th, Gtrand Lodge of
GailseviHe, gue a musical entertain- Odd Fellows, of which he has 'been
gl ths lfor th. benefit of the piano, fund honored ifot only by his re-election of
S'.the sttool "abditorut.i on Monday grand s*ecroteary, but supreme reprO.-
"eg A "falr.4 audiee was sen.tativeas Well. Mr. C niahnan was
I at ,and the nertlginnaent was a member of the. party of Odd Fellows
y enjOyed b.by: ll, sMoody' visiting Ilavanai. and he expressedhimo*
4J| anidisvole as ~ ..wA x' *elf b5ag well pleased with that
i program wa fi;lisli antyedw oty. sic stabtted also that the people
sols by Rd S ...er were ot l*oy Wtest entertained the visiting
B ^ i$ .gig a antOd. Felld: owe iq roth royals manner,
H i l"^ t ..... .'r. 'to r s ih

T. L. Blanton, formerly of Duttonf
but now onme of the efficient mine, fore-
men of tie Buttgenbach mines At
Dunnellon, was In the, city' yesterday
and made The Sun an agreeable call.
He was en route tb Dutton, where he
expects to spend a short time pleas-
antly among his friends.
Sheriff L. W. Fennell went to Martin
yesterday with the custody of Jim
MoCray, recently convicted and sen-
tenced to serve a term of two years at
.Buttgenbath's wines, Holder. The
prisoner was delivered to State Re-
oruiting Agent Bridges at Martin, the
sheriff returning to Gainesville. in the
afternoon.
O.D. Huff of Evinston, one of the
lltmost successful melon growers in that
section, was a visitor to this city yes-
terday. Ar. Huft has tlhirty-flve acres
in watermelons and six acres ineanta-
loupes, which are rapidly maturing,
and from which,he expects ,to realize
lhandsoimely. He stated that he ox-
pects to ship his first earload of water-
mneltos TJune 1.
Mrs. II. 11. MeOreary, president of
Kirby Smith Ohaptr, U. D, C., de-
parted yesterday .for Madison, where
she will attend the annual. State con-
vention of that order. She was ao-
b6mpaiifed by htr Son, Elmer, Who will
proceed to TallomsaMse for'a bief visit
to hi, father, Hoh. ,tM. H. MeCreary.
tMrs. MCoreary will also pay a visit
to the Senator ore her return.
SWe have recitved. through tihe
courtesy of Soperite ident Ouilaiam's
and the faculty oftZ at Florida Semi-
imary, an invitatfon to be pnrseut at tie
commenoement eaerctiea of 'that e x-
oeflent school from May 21 to 27. Th.
invitation is o. oef the most unique
and ahaddo t we ave. vr et v,
'ketover b*fa nuiW e ahe.ep)i


.J. Winter, th tank manntfa.



Wehafret4'w 4ed fr'om a pleasant
vieit to #ends at Windsor.
*. F'Mtecari, t i'e havale stores oper-
attr of Fafrbanks, was transacting
business in' this city yesterday.
Foley's fl & and Tar contaiM no
opiates and can 'safly be given toq
hdllirt n Sadld byh W Wallace's


e. |&i.

itt$ W~=46he .tlt gre of her

Zrpo. WeO{tert.s foape1 Mi Tss Jos(oe
frin h I O',! :i b.t ..ow .o
yohester fa1t Yn, i, aatlyiv"n the
cflty erinl rerapin hfe. feera sever
weeks, wl' be t" .g.est of "r* .
L. hihe, 'and will be gad to
weloabad h ir inu one fbwends d.
nDrs er ey, ortwos o Orange Heightso
arriv tIn the 'ity eysteaOday for the,
purpose of atteidtnga speiBal meeting
of 'aiygris Comthim andery No. 7,
Knighta Templar,,, whieh convened
yestordayesfternoon (o. r the purpose of
conferkilngi' work upon several candi.

Oapt, H. Temple, for pany years
one of the toast popusri conductors. on
thoe' paiard Alr Line between -Waldo
and Cedar Key, was among the Oisitors
to this city yesterday and. ise old
friends were glad to welcome him.
He is now residing a 8tat'ae-, but the
probability s that he will shortly ire
move with his farq y 'to Gainfesville.
daoyr Wed-esdt-y'e .bai4 un:'
W. IH.8indad of High' Srings was in
town yesterday.
George Iatil of Misanopy was trad-
itg in the cte y yesterday. ,
Mie Lida Willi4amis of Alichua was
shoppipng.in le eity yesterday.
Capt. O.aarkek tof LaCrossoe was
a busine*sa Isitidr to this City yeer-
day. r' '
Miss Lija Jeffords of High Springse
leade a ybrf visit td, friends in this
ity yesterday. '
After a pleasant visit of three weeks-
to Mrs. H. L. Phifer in this eity; Mrs;
3. T. Watkins returned to her home in
Nocate" r
J. H. lough, agent for the Gaines-
villo and Gulf railroad atn Lake Simon-
ton wao a business visitor to this city
yesterday. '
Sam Qaof High Springs, one of the
leading young business men of that
town, wasn the city for a few hours
yiaterday,' hvn b atrc
Faradio tleetricity has iured rhea-
matism at 115 East Main street, N.
Treatment given at the house if de-
sired. ltd .tw
Misses Mabel Thrasher and .Belle
Ohitty of (leanopy, Who have been'
visiting thefamily of J. Fletcher Hill,
have returned to their home.
W. B. Taylor departed yesterday for
New York and other points, East,
where he expects to remain fot a few
weeks on combined business andl pleas-

W. M. Smith of Archer and Benj.
Naftager of'Paradise, two veterans of
the Union army, were visitors to this
city yesterday, haLving been attracted
here on account of the meeting of
Lew Wallace Post, G. 4. R.


PFoi0 'Of"Tweny^ve
..i ploye O th, e o k.,
MR. QAP HAS ,_'NFID#.


y pec- i o .ruoced to1
her Kentucky home,
Jenkins as a butter would put to
shame the English Tom, and Miss
Patty as a maid with a love for dra-
matic art is inimitable. Miss' Kath-
erine is a splendid type of the. young
college woman, while her friend, "Mi- .
Bob," is a typical type of the fun-lov-
ing athlete. Miss 'leeky is a-good old,
maid with all the whims of her class.
Go see them perform their parts ,ri-
day evening,
Andrew Coroneas & Son have open-
ed in the opera house block a fruit and
tobacco store, and will eater to the
friendship and patronage of the peo-
ple of Gainesill.e. The store will be
under the ,management of Andrew
COronease,, ., a clever .youngman of
Jacksnville whro open0 d the place
yesterday, Tlm new f ": will O

ae~l .or i Z


factory, The paint wears for periods
up to eighteen ytars. Linsee4(Oil must
be added to the paint (,ne in lto
minutes). Actual ,ost then a' $ 1.25
a gallon. Samples free. Sold bI r j
agents, TIIOAS & CO., fab nUes."le.
"" -' -Tax N"otice. :.
In pursuance of Ohapter No. 411^:"
Sectipo 95, Laws of Florida, I give 'be.
low a statement showing the amount"
of taxes collected by W. D.Dickinoan
tax 'collector tf Alachua country, l6r ..
ida, for .the period ending April 80,
190o8,ashown lycounty treasurer's r '''i
oeipts onfile-in my office, towit:'
Licenses.... ., ...
Rod Fund, 5 mills ... "1 ITU
School Fa maill ....
School Fnd Pol t S W,,.
**oot od ol ls,,,,-.1:JteW^


..... .- .... .. l .P
rg store. He Feels Positly the rsojet WII
.r..g store.
B. L, Barlow of Micanopy, one of the PrdYve SucceafulPi.-F Reo
mtst progretssive' young men of that Modern Amus.rne. to be :.atlii '
rdM odern Am use ment4e0
town, was ahfong the visitors to this ed at the .ink. .i
city yesterday.,'
Ty e ay. The gigantic undertaking of 'e-
Thet'aYViolet Rays have cured stctingabigdamaeroostto W4
Hundreds ofesncers .ndulcers in New a m across the moth
York and 'Ohiago and are doing good of Alachua Sink Has actually begun..,
work at 116 East Main St, N. ltd ltw Therq are employed at the S6ink bout 0
Hon, Thad Bryant of Yular, the ef- twenty-five men, and work ha~ a~S~ntmat'
fl.ient representative of his district on ed business-like proportions, ,
the Board of County Commissioners, W. N. Camp, the promoter of tahis'
was in the city yesterday attending the novel project, was in the city Tuesday
meeting of the boord. and made a trip to the Sink. 'fte will
J. H. Rollins and son of Rochelle personally supervise the const&rution,
-Were among. the visitore to this. city of the work as much aspossble, bu
yesterday. Mr. Itolline is a.Unioh rsonsibity wi ret upon Qon-
tract.r Malpirs, who has agreed to
veteran, ahd came for the purpose of 't Ma'p ars.who has agreed to
attending the meeting pf the G. A. flisli the da in a bstant man-
.Rom Thursdaf's Daily .Sun: The'. object of thi. project, sh ..,
O. A. W. Thomas is spending a short the venture prove osucoees(ul, wil be
time in Talahasee. to develbp a ppwer osufflcient to oper-
A. E' Summers of High Springs was ate an electric line between this city
n the city yesterday. and the Sink, which will be transform.-
The Youn Ladie' Card Club will ed into an up-to-date 'resort. The ':I
be entertained at the home of Mrs. power will also be utilized by' the va-
M ollum at 8 o'clock this afternoon. rious anufctori thqughout this
'McCollum at o'lock this. after non. tr and section at a greatly re~ d
Foley's Honey and'"Tar is 'Npeculiarly price over steam. Mr. Ca tndp` e ct'o K
ad0ped for. asthma.bonctis andt .
hoarseness. "Soldby W. 0. Wallace's to dev -op a thousand horse-pow re
drugstore. from the dam.
L. W. .acckson, the successful agent You ne',tr heard of any one using'
of the Singer Sewing Mactrine Corn- Fole'ys Honey and Tar ad not -enI '
pany, departed yesterday for points in satialed. Sold. by W. Wallace a'
the East End. drugstore,
Tom Gardner has returned from C. D" Schafer, the stone cutter, de-"
South Florida, where he -has been for, parted yesterday for High Sprlng,
the past few months. ';His friends where Ihehas a contract for erecting
Were glad to welcome him. several nice monuments.
Roberts of High Springs, one Sulpt WV. M. Holloway and'President
C. W. Roberts. of lHig Springs, one Weeks of the Board of PublicI;strI. s tk:u ''
of the 'valed employes of the Atlantic Weeki of the Board of Publih Instru .
Coast Line, .as lh the city yesterday. tion re attending the convention of
He was ,n route to Savannah, where county school officers in Tallahassei.
he will send a short vacation. Mrs. George K. Broome and charm.
The residence of J. B, Lutterloh, ag daughter, Miss Sallie, and Mr A.
East-Main street N., i .being iLproved R. Harper are attending the session .of,
in appearance by'a Uiberat' application the Stat' Chapter, U, D. ., at adf. .
of paint. The w&rk it being executed son. .
under the supervision of Painter Whit- The friends of Ralph Dennis will be
field. pleased at the information,that he la
fA.Perl. ett.he tiner andout again, after an illness which Coni"
A. Per:rett, the tinker and plumber, fined him to his room for several"' '
made a business trip,.to High Springs weeks him tohis rom for veral
yesterday. Mr. Perrett says there is a r. o H
great deal doing jn his line in High Mrs. E. C. Pound and sons, Hbodges
great deal doing J his line in High and Add'ison, have returned from At-
Springs now, and he proposes to make return from At
ra bid for as share p o lanta, where Hodges has been for the
a bid for his share pastfew months attending a dental
Capt. J. W. Carter of Micanopy was college. He graduated from the col"
in the city yesterday. He was en lege with honors, and his friends are .
route to Holder, where he has been now congratulating him upon the fact
summoned on business. He reports a that he is a full-fledged member of the
heavy rain, one which will prove of dentist's profession. He is probably
great benefit to crops, at Micanopy the youngest dentist graduate in the
Tuesday night. State, and will no doubt enjoy thecom, .
Jas. A. Abrams, after an absence of pliment of a successful career.'
ten days in Baltimore, where he went Depnty Sheriff Garrett V. Chamber- .,
on important business, returned yes- lain of Tacoroa was in the city yester- .
terday. Mr. Abrams states that he day. He had in custody Edward ln-_
enjoyed ip thoroughly, and that kins, a negro who he arrested at
Baltimore is one of the liveliest cities Wauburg Lake yesterday' moraIngl(n 's
he has ever visited. upon a charge of obtaining goods.'
The delegates representing Kirby under false pretense, Jenkina, it Ip
Smith Chapter,JUnited Daughtersofthe claimed, purchased goods from the
Confederacy, at the State convention store of E. Jones at palmer on
in Madison are. Mrs. H. HI MoOreary, credit and jumped the village withoqt
president of Kirby Smith, who is also paying for same. He wJ iIbe arraige
recording secretary of the State Chap- Arrod. before ut e Harvra at
ter, Mesdames L. W. Jackson. Marous d d .
Endel, J. E. Wainwright and J. N. ANY CHURCHP orpr age o
stitution supported by voluntary eon,-
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Holley departed tribution will be given a liberal q 4a..
yesterday for Savannah, where they tity of the Longman & Martin S PUS.
went for the purpose of attending the Paints whenever they paint .
session of the Southern Baptists. They Note: Have done so for twenty-seven '
were accompanied by Miss Yancy of years. Sales': Tens of illions of gl- ,
Kentucky, who has been: their guest Ions; painted nearly two million houses
here for several weeks. From Savan- under paarantee to repeat i. not sati:-
anf Mair te Ye repeat .. not...tis-




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