Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 9, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01878
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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XX, NO. 75



Raged For Ten Hours
"Near Fez.


of the Imperial Forces Were
by the Insurgents Together
All Their Tents and Much,
g Was Done.
Morodco, May 8.--The reb-
1 defeated the imperial forces
hours' fighting #ear Fez and
ptured the positions held by the
troops, all their tents and

Sides lost heavily. The rebels
engers to the pretender ask.
reinforcements as they were
IUb withstand a further attack.i
0-enforcements, however, were


can Charges False Imprlionment
Against Venezuela.
r0stratw, N. Y., .May 8-Har:y B.
of this place has made a formal.
for .$5,000 against the govern-
of Venezuela for false imprison-
:and detention at Maracalbo.
Bulls was In charge of the elec-
ght station at Maracaibo in May,
There was ash active revolu.I
Zt foot and persons associated
.the electric light company had
ammunition and explosives in
Itlon. He says he wished to
veir the stuff to the government
(e was afraid to have it known
te had given the information. He
Ingly suggested to the president
e. state that the ammunition
4 be seized, and that, as a bliad,
oilld be arrested and then
ptly released. His plans were
South, with the exception of his

lays he communicated with the
ld States consul, J. HI. Plumach-
lhe was living outalid. of the city.
tnmacher pleaded illness, and dis.
nation to come to town for a cou-
tf weeks. Mr. Bulls said he was
Jled off to the penitentiary, where
thing was taken from his pock.
~tcept a tiny silk American flag.
ias then thrust into a badly ven-
room and after a month's In-
raMtln was informed that a law-
had been appointed by the gov-
out to defend him. This man
0d on him and promised to call
a,. He never reAsppeared. When
iea1ings finally ocoured Mr. Bull.
goaded not guilty, but gave no
'ot4y a.d heard nona. Re was
oed afterward that e had been
* ,ted. A a result of an appeal
i*mitnlxter, this telegram was sent
iM::president of Maracalbo by the
Ident of the republic:
IavtIg adjusted the political mat-
Iof the North American, H. C.
ts, "proeqed to place him at liberty
nvlrealntly as possible, (Signed)
onx O -atro."
?rn being released Mr. Bullli said
t4ve tried to kill him, and when
aiplained to the local authorities
rAe Mitmelf placed under bonds to
the peace. Al his papers and
h had been stolen it his absence.


Prom Elevated Train and Caught
S In ManVArms .- ...
W7 ork, May 8.-A 3yqarwold,
I ell tfroem its mother's arm out
SlteU from Its mother'- arma out
rft0y ."rcture in second avenue.
m Xzother'a sereama were heard
ase men who were crosalIng the
Sbelow and who glaned up In
#to sq the child fallIng and to

.t 't their arms.
cIhild was restored to its fran*
other .wit so more sertous re i
ts thrtiiang experience than s
bml Ia oas"ed by grastlg Uth
t elwevud structure.
en Inir. In Trolley Crash.
)| e S.-'wNaty pes x
pw|@MNif '*:'||( asjon. *tbtilky,'N Oi&


Steel End Ccntlnues Strong--Report
of Trado Revi-,W.
Cleveland, 0., May S.--The Irc!
TraJe Review this wev'ik says:
Current activity in the iron trad,<
docs not ful'tiLh a pro r.)' gua'e of
underHying r Auii o, T Lh''"t a. :
buying in onn i. :ait u '. t; t,-
the. foundry industry, m iwe or leks
colors the entire i.uation. Th'e I st.el
end of the market continues strong;;
but there is a general desire, even in
lines not directly affected, to see the
outcome in pig iron. Already the
wait on the part of pig iron. buyers,
lrolongeJ throughout April, has shown ,
Itself hi the Lake Superior ore mar-
ket, where sales have been almost
unpi reedented!ly light for the spring
months, the recent heavy chartering
of vessels being very largely for in.
terests in mining thoir own ore.
TJie g:radal Oisappi)aranee of the
unparalled freight and fuel difficulty of
months has been in some quarters an
Indication that reactionary tendencies
were already at work, on the as-
sumnption evidently that the pinch of
railroad tieupis, ather than proper dis-
patch, is the xiormal condition.'^ The
disappearance:' of high prices for
prompt coke, prompt pig Iron and
prompt finished materials of some de-.
scriptions, particularly plates, has con-'
trit,-. to the waiting attitude of
many buyers. Meantime there Is not
a little difficulty in estimating the re-
lation of production and consumption.
Labor questions have introduced an el.
ement of uncertainty, Securities have
declined for several months; pig iron
has declined; and in finishedmaterial,
with premium disappearing, the top
has been seen. Yet these conditions
are accompanied by demands for every
considerable advance In wages, with
shortening of hours, making new and,
important Increments to manufactur-
ing costs. Generally the concessions
are being made; but the consuMler
who must pay it is yet to be heard
frpum. The disposition among pig
iron producers appears to be to let
the market drift. Associated southern
furnaces are not me tiog the prices
of outside producer% which have
touched $16 at furnace for No. 2 iron,
this price having been named on cen-
tral western business. L.fttle, business
results, and the indlittions are that
the contracts when placed will not be
tfr long periods..

Inadvisable to Change Name of Pro-
testant Episcopal Church.
Washington, May 8.-The commit-
tee of the Washington diocese of the
Protestant Elplacopal church app)ol-tte'l
yesterday to cotaider the advisabllity
of changing the name of the church in
the United Sate reported adversely
to theb' ppestttom
Thle repOrt waa made by Dr. Ran-
dolph H, MeKIm, chairman, and took
positive ground In support of the re,
tention of the present name. A ml.
nority report favorable to a course
which would leave open the discussion
was made by Dr. Harding. Stahop
Satterlee, who presided, stated that
while he did aot consider the present
name entirely adequate he wat of the
opinion that a change at this time
would be Inadvisable. The report
was debated at length by the conven-

Capuchins Offer Strong Resistaanc
PParis, May 8-The energetic course
adopted by tho civil and military a*-
thorities 1 rapidly breaking: up tht
congregations which refused to di-
band.- The CapuchlnA .are offerln|
the strongest- rostae-mtd a rui br.i.
cadlng their monasteriea at a naut
her of polnta. Their elstabbih annt at
-Carcasonne was -taken today by th<
police, e. lstte by A squadron of DA no
goons amd :a detachust of intantry"
after two botira' re lstance. A erowd'
of about 6,000 personal mad. deamon-
strattions against or In support atf, the
authorities. The Cap ichlne we w tr.
recited. .

Iron and Steel Mei Meeft
.London M.xy k-The a uatal meet,
laS of the Iron and Steel IWstft here
today w~ largely: attended Afte l
beaS formally laistalled In the cbair,
.he new iresideat, Aadrew Carne-O.
'a* resmaied that ha wasl the o rsot
# n wof the Iotstatw who ae not|
a -bt~m-erni a ll o jamI

Dart .:0 N.,..
lartow, OwL, Mfay R-Prer iooTevelt. who ntered 3atltfornla last
ntgit. ~a4 s b rgI .peopih *isO the
gab thT iirtalttg. Tbe st.p her w
was for tam niavtas asid OAe- pratk
detwfe ad of te )(awy Moodys ad nea)ani sM
Wlessr. neweleut* of tise Vrni'rvsB
arf 0j~fme. wm Jol ~IaB tbe geUMe

roitn members w t4 srndin g themrn out
)t t j#s whe r thfy are rnntid .

Wreck M nace to Navlgotlen. -
.jittmor*d ai'-.-4Aptatnr Chart. ,*
of t,- wAter *(s -atta, fr o
Rew r wot, whfte a*rrlt*A total,. ,(
:ons tenat be sa*li@4 t*. W :b ^i *tmrir ll~*W~k W*9cfc iiil/.ia^




Ten Forts Taken In


SuCrippled Tota Under Famouo Doctor's

o_ doors gathered at the Charity lios-
Co.sidorabl 1xeitremo1 ) In. pital tolay to witness aiuther demon-
Cosidra xcit station by Dr. AIolf .Lo,r.itz, or his
British Financiial Circles. method or bloow, a sur,-ry. 'he',,
....... wS an iunusua-l lttiidaiti 0 O' cr'iple'd
BANK OF ENGLAND IS BESiGL'D. children and thoir parents the latter
anxious to have their 1,itlo onle ac(le('t.
Prospectus Announces the Issue of ed as subjects for the deIonstrationa,
Some of the sce'm's wore atlcting.,
$150,000,000 of the $175,000,000 Au- The house of delega t continued
thorized With Interest at 3 per its sesalon today taking up the matter
oent--Loan Redeemable In 1955. of the proposed revision of the code
of tthles. The American M*edical
London, May 8.--The issu of the Temperance association met and list-
prospectus of the Tranevaal lol.n was ened to a paper hy Preshlentr W. S.
awaited with the greatest in.t r,.s;, in Hall, of'Chicago, on nnture's Inmnuntt-
An&ncia.l circles here anld tht vtas zatlou of the rIace agtaiilt liqu r'.
considerable excitement at th' I Ank 1)r. W. H1. Sauttnders, of Alalaimna;
of I.ngland today, where thho't u,, of Dr. R. D. Murray. of tho Martin holplt-
people cougregated hours l>*f.or, it al service, and Dr, J. M. Li.ndaay, of
wns finally given out that tIhe ros- Cuba, partlcipatod In an Interestinga
pectus annougeed the i su! of $15i,- discussion bcitor v, the sectiti of hy-
000,000 of the $175,000,000 4utitOul',,td lone on the question ot' public hoitllh
and that the premium would be at. par powers and their 'x'rcise by the na.-
with interest at 3 per cent. tional, state, county ttd tin1muiclpal n.
The loan is redeemable in 10 9. A thorlties. Theo se,-ction akloi llsta,,nId
asitking fund of 1 per cent will tbe' av- to an Int erosting Ipaper onu l plie-1 to the purchase of stock whunt Dr. Isidoro Dyer, of l.ouiltatn, and i)r.
below par! The government frc tish Dyer Itvited fa party of thi doctors to
Transvaal reserves the rigbt to pay visit the Loulslana Ictlpo'v' homo tIoiy.
off stock at any time after ".! a;y 1, Th ,eo(ction nomin:i.tc(d for oitflors
1913, subject to six months' oticite. Dr. C. T. Swartz, or Rhote island, piroa-
The Installments on stock are i)ayable Idont, and Dr. John Fulton, of Mary-
as follows: land, fot secretary.
Three per cent' payable on aip)li'n- Dr. Joseph i, McF'arlan, of Plilla.
tion; 7 per ednt May 2 and the hbal- dolphin, was elected I proldnt of the
ance to be distributed from June to I section of pathology and physiology,
December; the Installments maiy lo i and Dr. Henry Clhrittlian, of Boston.
paid In full May 22, under a discount secretia y.
of 2 per cent. The list lo,-s on or Dr. lirwin Walloer, proslded nt a
before May 12. meeting of the executive conmmittoo of
Through various Liondon houses ap. the Mississippi Valley Medical assa)-
pHleatlons in behalf of the Anmerican elation and It was decided to moot in
clients were .made this afternoon for Memphis Oct. 7, 8 and n .
allotments of the Tramnsaal loan. --- -I
These,. however, wot.anot A y largo, OMAHA TEA T E6E18' STTRIKE,
an4 as thby must take their chance ---
with the other applications. American Injunction by Federal Court -Entire
knoney will not figure to any great ex, Police Force on Duty.
tent In the present Issue. The bank. Omaha. May 8 --All the larger firms
era expect that applicants will only re. In the city affected by the strike ,of
ceive about 5 per cent of th' amounts' teamsters and their sympathiz.ers lre-
asked for, as the over-subscriptlon of pared to get their bilouIess started(
tb loan sla already assured today under- protection o to he Injunc-
tion issued last night b)) the federal
At a nmeting ofr the 3D'iitune'Ha Min'w
Negro Threatened with Death Unle$' association lasting ftIr lto the night,
He Realgne His Jc., It wa decided to await the roault oft
Nashville, Tenn,, May 8.- A special the Injnction tltfor ticking furirtnr
to The Bawner from (Calla'in, 'man,, action. The. restaurant mon also
says the carrier., on rural route No. I held a moeetin, and It was given ,,utL
was held Up yesterday afternoon by that they could do nothing until they
two trasked men and threat,,ned with could move asuovlles of provisions.
death If he did not resign. None of thb' large res'turints wver
The carrier Is John Algoorl, a negro open this, morning aid they will lpr( i
man. and the feeling has b'.,n sttonS ably remain closed today. The es-
agaliast hin ever since his appolut, loona wre all closed again andl the
meot. This route is the i'wst in the entire polled fore iso on duty In the
county and Algood secured the place downtown distrlts.
as the result oft having o)blilned the "
highest grade in a eorpetitive exam. Stationary Engineers' strike.
nation. (leago, May .--l-uslnMssy in the
The matter is being invs:-gited by packing house Is belnh conducted with,
the postotflce authorities and anothela difhlcultlet today oWing to the strike
carrier .W*t sent over the routi tthis of stationary easgltnere which wai
morning. There is no objecthon .tothe0 called without wartting yesterday. For-
earrtler personally, .bt the patroiA maer engineers who are now ocr.upyitg!
along the route ire opposel to bt1 higher polltloas, have been called up
on account of his color, on to take the pltacee of theo regular
--me In som{e inMtances and by oCiI ex O
Will Conteet McLane's Eiectlon I pedint. or another, all of the eight oi. .
Italtimore, May 8.--'Tho ho.rd '' ot' er.s which refuade to t-_n th&e -salhI
aleittloa supervitsorxs be~a t day te dematndnd hby the strikers, are keeping
offileal ittmlnatlon of the leetlItn their lants in operat om pend4lng a d(.
tally t eets returned trom "ruehday'l i eltios uponI) a plan of nation, Thi
munleipal eleWtlon aa requlr~,d by law.' packer declIare the now drn-anrl-.-
Boxes continuing the ballot. from fttrI 8t-hour hay Miad 87 eents An hour aft '
preclnts over which there w it a dl. a. tO-hour day madre hy a board of
pete between the re!tstrars, were1'arbltrat.on wshot. mc ,,-ftb" w.r' p!,':k'.
Opened and the Vite. coaniefn The;'ed fro.m enl,- ilheaet, by the a -t.
count o thBe preiEtats-iw t'at-Rot neer .s
ert -M. Me.Line, the De mcrat,: candl- ---.-.
date for mayor.,bas a plralitr of So0,: Will Seon Settle Their TVouble.
and t iu Caot Wlifved that hie four N<.w Y+rk, May R.- 'The m l.bei,frp
precict tE he reneonanted will mantrl. of th tt United Brothstrhood0 of CaMrporn
Ally ehia mgi tbe at'mL t The Reptab-I tars and Joiners, who wetrt on strike
liea- coitmltte. appotatms for that In km effort to crush the .AAmaltsznated
purpg5 1a pre*partDi to take letls union, haue met to r-eelie re-pnrts oE
steps to ie. a oout st it I Wblf of agents w'ho have been cait.ahr *he mhe 1
, Ith k3 Watchlt,: tbS lRpt, u.blcaAM t out. (lsral Fer ,'ry Defty iad}
didate. t [ trousbi? woutldi ti .rtlid ain a few
*" ... =---- d1tjdras. At thie hean4tua'rtsa of th I
tS o wsv lt t, <_ li l ia A 51 t ,d #, '<.'-'< -- oL>*r ar 4


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of Mindanao..


Sultitn of Amparagano's Forces Are
Scattered, One Hundred and Fifteen
Killed, Many Wounded and Sixty Are
Made Prisoners,
Manila, May 8.--C tptaln Perslhing'
column' has detcIated th sultan of Am-
1 ar'ayano"'s atrung I'orotie of Morom iti
the Tara'caco 1on t ho eat shore of
I.ako lantmao, Island of Mindanao.
The Amerilottns captured ten -forts,
oit hundred nid tiftee More were)
killed. thirteen woutudod alud stxty are
now prisonn'ru. -.^w
Thte M)ors caiptureoi jmnlhtiti 1 he Bsul
tan. Two Auimerlci4iha wort) killed &nd
4s4ven w'o'l wounslted.

New York Police Working on Caqte of
Great Magniltude.
Now Yorlk, May 8.--Mrs. Kdto (on,
don, at lr'winttatr.li hau betoli urrebited
and locked up her on the chlirge of
ieftLSiluff to olboy A iatibl)lpenu on a
beach' warrant. Mch w crecy was
oblervedn by the police, and thoe wo-
man was questioned In privato.
It has (leakeod out that the arront was
In connse'tion with a gigantlo lusur-
ance swiudle.
At tho house whore M-ra, Condont I
employed lgnoranoe was proftsond as
to thi cause of those woman'a arrest.
An onelal, who io In a tpositlon to
know, said the womuma lwas only one
of two-scone of persons for whomn the
police and the district Oattorneoy' of-
flco have boon looking slinee last
Decombor, whtiin a giratinl Jury handed
down that many Indl(ttmi'ents In coil-
neotloni with a in nmIurn'H c'ias or a
se.It'Bs of illmitranllo ,n ot of gr''iat n ag-
ultuide. S ',ventl m111llion dolnlara, hli
undelifitiood'. wxI I tihe 11o011inlt of nul teoy
involved<. All thie p,'ron s iont inu'(l,
iho tnliid. Ilv'it in N'ow VorkI, and in
Pd)ilni maiutinner had to 'lvetdl a tp of
tho lawin' ni-tioinf ild fl.'t fi( 0ri the city.
Several oof tiin n, It was atftrwRrd.
learnrod, wont to New |i-nglanl, othitre
Wtnt west ttitni w.eto were known to
have beeh n in lAtlintt, (a.,
Tht, f irv).'!',er itold that Iitifor tlatIon
had I( b-n rve,<'el v'1 off alniothor arrest
In Ititm.in, hut who, this was hie could
tiot s tty
lhntrlet Alttorn'y J.--roeuo, when (quile
tioneil, (l1ily .im ld
I (t)ll nut)t ktiow anything alnutt tho


C. .f Muis,or of Tifton, t., mdnoolden
tatly shot htimslf at f1041o l tako, IA.
Dr S. I1 Itcev, a promitnent yota#
phylh faa,u of Maitphlls, has omnolttsd

Thi lnfhisiing sehfotier (i"orstanat is
rtpwrt-ud| leoit, witih captain and erew
of 14 murm l.
TrhI .cantdal InI theb postafftoe de
palttilentt it 1tnrat9i0nn 4cit0h proportltio
that th, adsinistratton 1* aJIred.
'Thiie ttorstato ( ituar (Gro-wore' e~
vT,1tiorni in fse-t1klm at Macos. l*e-
Kat.' are' ,prs tilt from tall lMtItsl of
the, contitry.
Contxii Ca talt det 4.is that bls Alster-

aid t ermnm-ty.
A e'lualdrint of tab Seventh o cavalry
In Psrap at C(hik'skaaaua, wft1 ipnd
on.e wtiek 1tx Romre itz QR0e. A (nwm
chr.sts. cnrtlvi as4 bt atttl14ry prise
trtll wit <-eme off Iat tl tts. "
> tersnmcei at Moutgomeiry Wew4eadi4y for
Ithe first ti In the bhitory of the
party, atd th whita nd blacks msat

*Govermor Peckthen., of at tastry wkb.
otfred a ewaird tfo the captwr of
thir aaot~eia of vAt sy Maseu4j. Tht'
attvrsey had bm4en xnabr. tor ror yeara bty the fet*tadls-
.A*rlea lre bests bseed Ti Nl arna (r 'A e aU-eA te a&rre 4Prof

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i rilliant Paiatkan Plucks the At.
torneyship Honor.



V-;i There Were Several Aspirants for the
Position, Two of Whom Reside in
G' Qainesavlle--A Close Showdown. Be-
tweep Davis and Calhoun.
(Fron Our Special Correspondent.)
Tallahassee, May 8.-Friday may be
tero"ed an unlucky day, but it was a
; most fortunate one for Hon. Benj.
Putnam Calhoun, the brilliant attor-
ny froti- Palatka, when lie today re-
o Ceived the appointment of prosecuting
attorney for the newly created Eighth
judicial circuit. There were many as-
plrtants for this position, among whom
were Robt. E. Davis and 8, Y. Finley
of Gainesville. 'The chances yester-
day appeared to be evenly divided be-
tween Messrs. Calhoun and Davis, but
the former gained strength last night,
with the result that the appointment
was announced today.
The Senate confirmed the appoint-
ments of both Col. J. 'P. Wills of




Women who dearly' love husband, and kidney complaints, rheumatism
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is suffering, and unable to minister to I have received from the use of Paine's
the wants and comforts of those dear Celery Compound. I had a continual
to her, the home is sad and despond- pain in my back, a worn, tired feeling,
ent; there is family discomfort, and and was despondent, with no energy to
aching hearts long for the safety of the move about the house or to attend to
honmo guardian lag-l.- .. my domestic affairs. My nerves were
Thank heaven, thousands of our all unstrung; the slightest noise would
women are now fully prepared for any Istartle me arid put me in a tremble.
of the ills prevalent in springtime. After using different medicines and
'They have made Paine's Celery Corn- consulting different physicians, and
pound their family medicine, and getting no relief, I took the advice of a
through it they are enabled to ward off friend and tried Paine's Celery Com-
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The happy experience of Mrs. Wim. so relieved that I determed to continue
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women who now suffer from nervous- since, and I have never felt better in
w f n ro my- life. I can truthfully say that
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from stagnant and impure blood, liver diate relief and makes a lasting cure."

e"krre and Col. Uaihouji, av cirout;
e n noun a circuit WALDO HAPPENINGS.
S ,,Judge and prosecuting attorney, re.
Speetively, In executive session today. Printing Plant Has Been Sold and Will
:Few lawyers are better known in be Moved to Fernandina-Persohal.
10rlda than Benj. Putnam Calhoun. Walo, May 7.-Will reen-mith
[: is i.tHelsasonof South Carolina, and IS Waldo, May 7.-Will Green-Smith
e is a son of South Carolina, and is has gone to Hlonruras to take a lucra-
,.1- rom noble ancestors, being a grandson ha to o to tke a lura-
e' aett Hon. John C. Oalhoun, deceased, tive position as engineer, and tele-
He was formany years a law partner graphed from New Orleans that he was
VI gon. Robt. W. Davis, and Is one of all tight that far,
She Congrossman's closest friends. As i Apionic inaugurated by the Baptist
SAlawyer he has always been a success, suo dfy choo, which Invited other
having been victorious In a number of schools of this place and Hainpton,
S the mot prominent cases In the State, was held at Fort Harley Wednesday.
S..... Mise Sallie Coulter has removed to
-- ,C' Oures When Doctors Fall. Fairbanks to make her home with her
Mrs. Frank Ohlasson, Patterson, La, sister, irs. Irwin.
writes June.8th, 1901:. "1 had malarIa J, I. Wilkinson is suffering from a
S fever in very bad form, was Under terrible rising on his arm.
treatment by doctors, but as soon as 1 D.L. Branning has sold his printing
s topped taking their medlcino the fever outfit to R. L. Denifield of Fernandi-
would return. I used a sample b tule na and it is being prepared for ship-
'of Herbine, found it helped me. Then ping. Our town is therefore without a
bought two bottles, which completely newspal)or,
ouged me. I feel grateful to yot for There will be a representation from
ing h a ledid ednehere to attend the Sam Jones lecture
S and oan honestly r command It to" Tuesday light in Gainesville.
S. those suffering from malaria, as It will The Waldo boys ire sore over their
surely cure them." 1eurbine, 0o bot- severe baseball drubbing at Livo Oak.
S^ tie atJohnson Bros. and attribute their defeat to having
SDied in Far Off Chi. hired profess iml players to contend
J' T eu alnoota. l\ht., May F...- N '.w ha:- with.
just t'o:t i'.oI ('hin f',i C!)hi;a, There was a baptism in the canal and
annoant-itig t,' iti,'! oI'f "A M i.ta > i another in the Methodist church Sun-
'i' T Th tortniot n l'oi' li, m i :r. ;'ih ,. ,',-S day.
Bostick% was ror't ry w M'nI 1; iy A. C, Ieckham has sold outhis livery
-:"L ,Thorntion:. who o:i'i ut.,' ( ; 1 he Alt busliness.I
bama, t ntral votni t 'i.'' ihis -- -...-..
: city, andt wias mtieomior ol' tiw' fc"iil Keep the Balance Up,
ty in I .I si' i,', h, ,h .',*^ lo,.,,if It has been truthfully said that any
.to ti0 i'trg lli'n doit -)att O the diist urbance of the oven balaneo. of
SSotuthetr l tlt ) tt, tIn t ho el enIt,)c .itt haltli causes serious trouble. Nobody
88 It an a trll'i-,;i'l .toiCh n o i

sailed for ( hi.a in 1h.iM,:o, il 1 1 1 can be too oaroful to keep this balance
was ltrrilol tn i''' lc'v. Ueorg up. Wlhen peplo begin tolose appo-
Bostick, who was anI a >i htti ary. tite,or togot- tired easily, the least
In 1896 Mr. and MIr lthot'tk arrival [imprudeneo brings on sickness,, weak-
In the United estate,; on a visit, Tusea. neos or debility. The system needs a
loosa being one-' of the points which tonilo, craves t, and should not be de-
they visited. Thoy ieturnod to China niod It; and the best told of which we
it 1897 to continue their work. Mrs. have any knowledge is Hood'sa arta.
Bostick is survived by her husband, parlla. Whatthls medicinohasdone
four chren an one stepchild i keeping healty people healthy.
Spring Allments. gives it thl same diWtinotlon as a pro-
There is ani achiiig atnd tirtd feeling ; voentive tlut it enjoys as a curo. Its
thelivter, bowela and kidney become early use has illustrated the wisdom
sluggish and inactive, the digestion of the old saying.that a stitch in time
impaired, with little or noi appetite, no saves line. Take lotod's for appetite,
ambition for anythingg, and ft oling strength and endurance.
that the whole bod11y land n _il d neelj RAcived by the Pope. "
toning up. l'Th trouiblt' is, that dur- mino. M.av R .... F' anhcr latdenil.
Ing winter, there has beeti ait ictunu- I;. "v-n o,':" 0a otl o the An'mrican
lation of waste matter in th' systemo(n. pi'. -oo 4,2,es r (tnd thi RItev. Path.
Herbine will removt,e Itiseouro to those ,r I> aois 1. ,Va \nA:werl, f 'trolt,
sort lions 1a right xit, and 1 y' its totite : evt -celved n privIa.te atd
eff ot., lully restorn- \Vth I ttAs t tl'.eW o, 1 ;' .phev I'i a-rihd plrtw e ted1
sad give strength ih in tlahe of wenklnvs.' t t"i i penitff' 'e t..nt l oost vt lt's
000 at Johnson llros. j bi'e :. or te h :i ,o n v,'olurn s
Str, e' ,, ,, Wo" ,kergs, Ii (0f 1)t l ,"' l,'w h r Van

the o. >. th",; ln ti-'s ,i; A\a rle ficans iuul (a\uiilljur ,h ^ .
I iln opi' 'i ts t.t A k ...t----. I(....o
v'csa)on t ,, ''. .: ;.- :*, 1 h n,, ts':';t Coawt. Line Gtock For Sale.
to tet i: : .. :- .'on Lor, r< New York., May S..--.The Atlattic
*atinlsg wet !i :, !:.u'. to t he| suW- t itst IuAte <-6',1np tty L-is sent a crcu-
way nt. ". ', : l ,I'<0 talians lar to 1 stoc.Who '"l-r oferting 5.(H04
ei d-plo'pc'd by c; :;!,ta ti1r thrtou-hout s.haers of now rtock fo.r aal, at $50
the. city w\ho ari a 1 on e-1 striki anki it a shtaro. I':ch atot'holdor owning 20
1i the .otisit'no n t ttse strikers to: ihars of ttct k or a traction thereof
the uwa&y ,r1n )1'4tlt i thtr differ- to e1nttll' tIo pu:, hnse onoe OhAre of
'*VCe l*eTot'* the troa',le) of the whol-i the, te ;:iw tk. 'P ts will provide
;lK : ''of strlikip s Itallan.s ar.> settledi $t.)0.00(0 new eapttal for the compae.
ei a kept the subway workersia In ny. but the pumrp for whick it wIll
what to do. : used Is not Utatei,
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Jeprodeeiting a number of prominent
SAerloan and English companies.

Abstract & Realty Company,
E. VOYLE, Maager.
Get an abstract of tttleoo Land before
bruying. After paying .the purchase
monoy there Is often no redrest for tax
sales and uncancueled mortgages.

Manhattan "A" Typewriter.
it^nTElu FORL $*0.
ouarantedd for one year. Sold on
vanoe to responible parties.
Trpewrilter Ribbuns for
vn rouM mtohines.

X .
SE. Yoyle,
fllnesville, Florida.


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DellCered to All Prrts of City.
SaUateeolon Gurantee
sopeoll Mttention to Cirouses. Minstrels
und otler traveling trow ies.
Huptlrt Pnrites. eto,
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Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE, BOS'LT )N a d
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Clyve St. Johns River Line
Betwleein JACK 1it0vlI..L and ra SA-I .an d
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Berlesfto (eLatd)" td Iuternedi.
-ladings on St. Jehati River mnni md
Is appointed( to sail as fohows:
Leave haeksonville a0 ) man. Sondays. Tuesdays anid Thursdays '
SLe1es tSanford 9:30) .'ni. Miudays, Wed netdays and Fridays.' '

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Air Line Railway.,
27 '31 15 66 1 SOUTHERN DIVISION. ,
a 9 00 P 2 op Lv.................. ivltie............ r.o..A SOa 7.-
o p ....... 4 Ar.........jU .. aldIr e ....... ...... lB 0a 6
114. .I a...... 4 p.. ........... ....W..... Calr e........ ...........8.. . a4 3E, ,, ,

............. W d ........... .. .
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S p 4 42 a .. . .. ................ O ty ............. ... .. A 9p. l
5 Ip 5 48 a ... ................. Plant City.................. ...... 10 I p 0 0 k
7 4 p l i I b ....... ..................P lmetto...... ............ ...... 8 80 .P T
7 28 P ll a. ...... ................. Manatee............ .. .. ...... L
7 45 1230 p ...... ............. ....... Sarasota .............. ......... 7 00
S Q p & a ....... Ar.... .. .............Tam pa ................ ..L. ...... 9 00
Lv Jacksonville........... o845 a 7&5p. .. V Jckonville........ ......8 40 p9-. 'a
ArFernandin ........... t 0 a Ar L ke City.......................... 651V p
Ar Brunswick ............ 12 o plO 10 p... r LiveOak ......... ......... .afl5 .
Ar avanab ............. 1 l p 11 ia ....... Ar adso ........... ............ 7.... ig p
Ar Valrtvx.............. i o8 9 p 1 44 a ..... Ar Monticello. ........... ...'. 910p "s, 1
Ar De nmark.............. 357p 220a '....... ArTallahassee ................... 940p 3 >,
Ar .olumbia ............ 530p 86a ... .. Ar Qnilncy................. ............... 1 7'
Ar Camden................ 7 40 P 5 54a .. Ar River Junction ..................... 6w
ArHamlet................. 96p 8 0a ,. Ar -nsaola................... ..... ..
Ar W llmington.............. 1 05p ... ..Ar Mobile......... ........ ......
Ar outerna Pnes ......... 11 is p i al...... Ar Now Orleans................... ...... 7
Ar Raleigh ................ 1 p v 1045 a....... Lv Jacksonville. ......... .........
Ar Portamoth........... 8.b a S&E8p ..'... rar Macon................... ..t B
ArRiohmoa it, Va ......... 635a 8 12p ...,. AlR onta......... .. ............... .. t
Ar Washington............. 8 ..... soChattanooga. .....................
A.r .Baltimore .............i2 a 112bpl .... Nashville.........................
Ar PhIladephlis. 1 p 2a. t ........3P26........t Louis ..............
# r N ew 4... ...0...... ... .Chicago........ ......... .. .. ... ..
Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oieeo and Sarasota, on 81, eXicep-
Saturdays, from Gainesville. .
Train No. 84, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers betweki,
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Washington. Vetitj? -
baled day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. O, ti
dining car service from Jacksonville. -
No,. 66 Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars bi i
tween Jacksonville and Washington, and drawing room Pullman slee ers be
tween Jaeksonville and New York. :;
No. 55 connects at Starke for LaCrosse, Alachua, Willeford, Wannee
intermediate points, and at Arcner with Early Bird branch.
Nos, 60 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jaeksonville,
Steamers for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, TueOdW
and Thursdays, 11 p. m.
A. M-AcDONELL, Ass'et Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, F ,.la
E. C. COBB, Ticket Agent. Gainesville. ".


We cover these important points and respectfully
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The "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties contemplat-
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from a box to a bank vault, will save money
by'consulting us. Call on or address,

Information cheerfully furnished. G.AINESVILLE, ,. tORIDA



FJ ~.1 J.~9 XR ~




r liquor Traffic is Worst Ene-,
SNny of an and Country.,

p: Liquor is Not Oply q Curse to
ter, I ut an Enemy to Christianity
S tand the Church-A Stirring Letter
lutopf Good Points.
the Noters of Alaohua County :
On the 2nd of June you will deter-
o te' -the question of the legalized sa-
0oo-whether it shall continue its
t ;rki of ruin, or whether it shall be
lgay abolished. It is hoped that
,ery man will so east his vote as to
him, in the future, no regrets.-
e who stand for the home, for mor-
i and sobriety, feel sure that our
io:tn is absolutely right and just.
The temperance people are on the
right side of this question. There is
nItlothing good that can be said in favor
i of the saloon. It is the only institu-
I ntIon that imposes a heavy burden on
arxpayers, for which there can be no
reasonsn given for its continuance, ex-
S e ept the financial benefit that comes
t.to the man who owns the business.
.All the argument is on our side, and
wye are perfectly willing, and very
iS noxious, to discuss the merits of the
n on any platform in the corn-
ty 1, withL any respectable representa-
tiove of the saloon interests. Please
*onuinder carefully the following state-
m!iiient* made without any amplifica-

In the first place, the saloon is an
evil, nothing less. It does nothing
for the benefit of society. It adds
nothing at all to the good of men.
ii Secondly, it isoa most friutful source
of orime and lawlessness. Np other
Legal business carried on' in this State
rod ices a hundredth part as much
rim r .
S And, in the third place, the saloon is
an enemy of every home in the coun-
ty; for every boy, yes, and I may say
KO every girl, too, is endangered by its
Fo+urthly, it is a constant and de-
S'terminned enemy of the Church of God,
:yi"which is the only institution in the
i' world that can and does bring poor,
.allen humanity into touch with the
.;,.Infinite, and thereby save hin from
his sins.
And, in the fifth place, it is'the one-
.. my of progress and prosperity. It adds
nothing to real estate values, but on
> the other hand depreciates value in
i every instance. It imposes a constant-
ly increasing burden upon the man
Iwho pays the taxes, wringing, his hard-
earned money from him, in the way of
{2 costs for punishing crime, and the care
of criminals, made so by the saloon.
Men never advertise the number of
saloons in any given locality as an in-
SduIement to secure settlers who will
invest their money to help build up a
g Sixthly, let me say that the saloon is
,:. the enemy of education and intellec-
tual development. It cannot contrib-
-4i. ute anything toward inspiring its pa-
trons to seek an education, nor is
S.there anything about it that tends to
P the culture of the mind. Its tenden-
,, holes are to debase the intellect, be-
ni trUtb the moral sensibilities, and in-
Sflane the animal passions of men.
o+,": Now, shall we continue this evil in
^I.'^^oiay midst?- Are- we going to place our
eipT sdorsement tpon it and say it shall
h have the protection of law in order' to
Carry on the work above mentioned?
Thlese are the quesions you are to
SVhelp to settle the 2nd day of Jun-.
"" '. Very respectfully."

lW. J. CA'RrgNT19%.
World Wide Reputation.
White's Cream Vermnifuge hags
achieved a world wide reputation as
betig he best of all worm destroyer#,
and for its tonic influence on weak and
-. unthrifty children, au it neutralizes the
acidity or sourness of the stomach, im-
proves their digestion, and asiimila-
i tion of food, strengthens their nervous
System -and restores them' to the
health. vigor and elasticity of spirits
Spatoral to childhood.- 2c at Johnson
B'' ro.. _________
Pope Will Na"*me Colton.
,! 4llo May 8.-pM(?r, ViccWa. SerW
tary of the propaganda, was received
by.iy the pope today aund subtamtted the
pot. ot the coB "IIaga on the VWaciy in the bUhop
t" of o uffalo. NC Y. The pontit r"
Adis ." on the appointmett of the Re,
OharhIs lt. Cootof, rector of at -to
a'I,, . ... ., V .w. .

TH iRTr w" ANN-IAIuL A E8s oN.
conferencee of Charities and Correao
tlons-.Large Delegation,
Atlanta, May 8.-The Thirtleth an.
auan- meeting of the National Confer-
.aee of Charitles and Corrections uas
commenced in this city.
The opening session, unon which
Ms.uh waa believed to deopxnJ, blyoan
h; the Firat J3aptist church with an
ea:nte tessa that hac sel:o: bccen vwit-
ne-;aeod ev and ti'oso. Atla:uttna who attended d..
spite the inelem.l'nt weather. real:xe,'
z1.yj'e filly than v:r that the Nati>u.al
Ccnfer.nc-'e of Charlties an'! Cov ic'-
tVors i3 an: (,.rgtniu tion ef pr o::iitnt
ladies and gentLleoeu, wlho ar., li,-i d
*together in what i prohabily t, ;.' t
iu.Oliu triall body u Its !11'.l in the
woeid. i
The del'^r.ts to the (o'.vou.tic]' at,'**
persons orf 3(1 .e tha-n cirdinai y ans,. ww
glv'o. their t;i:.f e ar: d lthou:~( ht a":' -
erg-y to t e ipli,-itt-h, of h u .:,.;! to
the a .:\i ;t'u of di trees; t :) v :,;
the first otf ',nolrsa tli ke : in c; bi(h iten Aout of( I) i.- i)h 1. l
peri' .tar's: to carins for th ;, i
and net,.y ai+ in ilrni aid au si --n
brief, they ;Ire their lbrothlers' ekt ;er'Bs,
an.d a'e trying to do those, things,
Whi ,h they d\ise (t.l:;r-s to iio.
S nlro of tl'e dele< tatcs 1 t x-o ,ver-
ion, of the:r statee, oLher art.,- etx-
m'ermibers f th(e suliteme court. soai6
arte in charge ( tf the vo-ry instittiitins
wh('zoe work w!!l I'e dislussld dtiinfg
the dollys )of tlh clnv(ntionli, all are
men a;(d w itin of ronmilnton(iC-e -so-
claily, politically ari conImmerLiially.


Popular Young Man of Newnan Was
the Victim.
Newuan, Ga., May S.-Totnpkina
Wright, son of N. P. Wright. of this
place, andI cne of the best known young
men In t'ie state, was struck by light-
!':^, aad Instantly killed Wednesday
P.f't.rnoon during the hard rain which
fell here,
The young man had been out riding
and when the rain came up he took
refuge under the awning of a store
in the outskirts of the town. He
wore a steel spur on one shoe and it
Is thought that this acted as a con-
ductor for the lightning. His death
was instantaneous, the chair In which
he was sitting being knocked out into
the street.
Ed Smith. owner of the store, wah
standing near young Wright at the
time, but he escaped except for a se-
vere shock. The lightning first struck
the roof of the building in which the
two men were stan-ding and then de-
scended Into the room.
Denied that 9,000 Christian* Have Beer
Killed by Moslems,.
Vienna, May 8.--The- fleials of the
foreign office here say (here is abso.
lutely no foundation for the report
published by a news agency In the
United States yesterday that 9,000
Ohristlan inhabitants of Novi Bazar,
Bosnia, had been massacred by Mos.
Austria maintains three garrisons In
the district of Novi Bazar, and every-
thing is quiet here,
FIlftn PMene Reported to Have Lost
Their Lives.
untngtjou, W. Va., May 8.-A tun-
net at itletston, Va., caved In today
burning 1i pereoas.
19ht 41Mad bodies have so far been
Disastrous Wrecks.
Carelessneiss I responsible for many
a railway wreck and the same causes
are making human wrecks of sufferers
from Throat and Lung Troubles. But
,since the advent of Dr. King's New
biscovery for Consumption. Couglhs
and Colds, even the 'worse cases can be
cured, and hopeless resignation is no
longer neeessiary. Mrs. Loii Cragg of
Dorchester, Mass., i one of the many
whose life wa"s saved by Dr. KinL's
New Discovery. This grand remedy is
guaranteed for all Throat and Lung
diseases- by --l drnHglit- Prie. -Oil.
and $1.00. Trial bottles free.
Proctology .ocijty Elects Offtert.
New Orleass, Ma y .--4The t-W"
annual meeting of the America. Proc"
tology society ba 4joMud. MOay
-Intresting papers were reaSd beftOr
the soclety during the two daIY.S 5*
slon and the f0 l low ltg OBlcTes wr s
pcted: .President. Dr. WItlasa
tertl, of Ptttb*rg; vTIe preuai4eI
Dr. [eMon trauss.at of St LoUts.; seer's
taaeyreaaurer, or. A. S. Cook *.
lIaahvllie, Tena,
or Over Sixty Ye"a r
Mri. W aInlowls Sloothing Syrup has
bAin amed by Ohildren while .t ehing.
It soothe. th.* ohid, "ottes ithe pnat,
say~ all psoe~ ase wind eao, ad-

asftmaaS s.0ordb wallU .*
f ib b. ; LJa.

are earnestly in= \ I
vited to write Mirs.
Pinkham for advice; all such letters are
strictly confidential; she has guided in a

motherly way hundreds of young women;
and her advice is freely and cheerfully given.
School days are dantgr (ivs for American girl.
Often physical collap,;p follows, aid it ttakcs years to recover the
lst vitality. Sometimes it is iiever recovered.
Perhaps they are not over-earoftul about k,'e pingr their f.et. dry;
through carelessness in thiMs r osec thle monthly sickois is i1 usually
rendered very severe.
Then begin ailtments which should be removed at one, or t hey will
produce constant sufferingI lie achte, faint nis, flight vertio, ptinis
m the back and loins, irregtultrity, loss of sleep tnIl nItpptite, a t enitlency
to avoid the society of others, aro sym)ptomls all indicate iug that woman's
arch-enemy is at hand.
Lydia 1E. PI'nkhanm's Vegotable Compound lums helped many a
young girl over this critical period. With it they have gone through
their trials with courage and safety. With its prorer use thin young
il.l is safe from the peeontir dangers of school years stand preptrod for
hearty womanhood.
A Young Chicago lril Studied Too Hard."
"DEAR Mns. PINKIIAM :--I wish to thank you for the help and ben.
efit I have received through the use of lydtia E. lPInkhalim', Vegeo-
table Compound and Liver Pills. Whon I wais about seventeen
years old I suddenly seemed to losi mly usual good
liealth and vitality. Father saii I tu(ldiod too
hard, but the dx'tmor t hought different and
prescribed tonics, whieh I ttiok by the
I Iut- without rlltf. li(ilinig aoeo (Iy iln
tile pa2'ixr of Mrs. IP'ikluimn's great, curls,
and, tending the synptoins dclscrieHd ant.
sw'wred nidu, I deiilcd I would givo iLydia
M. P inkhlihin' Vextotllt (~ai Coniounud a
trial. I di( Inot say it word to the doctor;
I nOight it; mysl(,Imi ad t .,k(iitt, aordlingu
to diir'tWe 11i l- regularly for t wo lnorit li,
iland I fotid11 thlit I gtraliually iil proved,
and that all pains itit I 4 t,,r11,11 -O OM self d OCI .e mll(l,. --- Lt.uA E. hl-NWLAIl,
17 E. 22d St., (Chicago Ill,"
"Miss Pratt Unable to Attend School."
ItDEAU MiR. ].NK AM -I feel it liqy ditty t tell iall yomting wmo n
how mudh Iiydita. .E. i'lmkhlanm'. wonderful Vegittabl (' doie for me. 'was completely runf dow'l, uniabl to itttend sthlool, anil
did not caw for any kintdf society, but 1now I feel lilke a new p erHon,
and have gained wseve pounds of flesh in thrioe ion)th.
"I recommend it to all young women who suffier from female weak-
ness. -- MXia ALMuA lnAPt,Holly, Mich.
ZydIia Pink stm'i Vegetable Compntmd hI the' on ii qure rem-
toly e ~~olld upl af tiU 1l ulmortant iwriod In it younllg gIr 'r 1'ifA.
l^ i'.N nl l O l~t. '+" +- II'T If W ''q .... thl t ir<.lh l t r.ll.'r mot oluitnkitlfl
r oves rt1 st at "'i1 '1*0 siyn asse. y



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IK'STA 1I1S11I.I) 1880

A lacllutia County

Abstract Co01

B. R. COLSON, Manager,


The qieNtion of Title a
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Abstract of Title i
To Iay piece ofr laudl Il
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Gainesville Machine Works
; ,Niu'At. MILL AND
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(if halfti.ng andI PIpeOutlting
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A.t LY who knew that such a report had been
JIJJ'^I ..hi. tnade; and who wanted what further
p :.:, i light on the question of management
,, -.-'.- -" i1--- -of thie Philippines as suchi an impor-
^| Ztered at the Poet OMce at Gainesville, la., tant document would undoubtedly
.w.. iseoondmlassmal matter. give, The request of the Boston ,I e-
i MOORiARy. A istor and Prop'r. form Club to the War Departmnit band.
ESSE BURTt, City Editor the wish of Goner al Miles that copy.
'' --- ... of the report be sent to the orginiza-
OW. Mt St.55:, 8. T t.aB O -ol -tion, showed the Departmene th lt it
g ......... ............ ....,_ ..... ..-. would not be polite to withhold the in.-
T' i DArLT Sutir.vpu blle4 every morning ex- formation longer. Efforts' are now
S ept Monday, delivered by oarrterin thel bin made toblitt the evidee it
or mailed to any part of the United States,pos- b
s. e free, for as year;i112.50 six monthS: $1.s5 contains on the .ground tha it Is a mere
three montl; or 0. cents for tlie weeks- reiteration of facts already known, but
,|lty In dvae__e. in addition to the charges of wanton
Reading notiues in local column, 10 cents a cruelty there is the grave acqupation
line for lrabinlrtilonu, al4 5 cents for con d- that commissary officers trafficked lit
ditlonal Insertion.
Rat.st or dlsp.ay advertising marine known the rice and provisions which formed
on aprpliatlo part of the rations, and aolo furnished
Theb T w.ee-a-WeeK Sun an n lght-,ngire. for tho famished natives of the con-
lorty-column paper. pliliiahcd everyV Mmn- euitration cnamps. Ii epite of all the
day and Thursday, and cor tauns all the ('fTorts of your correspondent to get an
S news of the week, local. stato and gen- expression .f o i..pnio.a.to whtt
Serl. and will be mailed. postage free.. to any
PA, Of tbp Unted S as or Canadoa, for $1.00 Course of action would follow tho
Syear-l advanoe. charges preferred by the commanding
Al advertising bills become due after first general', lihe could iiOt get satisfactory
stipearaoe of advertisement,unless otherwise answer from officials, high or low. In
Si, tPlatedlan cntract. Parties not known to thocourse of his eTfforts, however, he
::aS ilbe required to pay or dvertisainin ad- learned the sigitcant fact that in
a.noe. Address TUIi DAILY SUN.
OGAIMSvxi. FLA. this as in ot-her serious difficulties hri
which the administration has been in-
WASHINGTON LETTER. volved, the course of the department
-. is outlined in the following words by
(From Our Regular Correspondent.) Secretary Root: that "no further ae-
Washington, D. C., May 8.-Your tion is contemplated."
correspondent yesterday interviewed a The decision of the supreme court
gentleman who happened to be in on the question of negro suffrage set-
Washington at this time, asking him tles once and for all the mooted prob-
his opinion In regard to the crop of lemon of reduction of Congressional Rep-
scandals in.publie services which have resentatives in the States which have
lately sprung to light In official eolrcds, taken the stand that they may de-
This man, at one time prominently termine for themselves who are fit or
connected with one of the depart. Unflt to constitute voters. Repro-
nments, and in a position to knoW. sentatives Livingston of Georgia, and
Whereof he speaks, does not take the Swanson of Virginia, when seen by
reported investigations too seriously, your correspondent were much elated
S For reasons that will readily be real, over the action of the supreme court
lsed he does not desir to be directly in upholding the principle that the
S quoted, but since he Is out of public people of the South were to determine
life for good, he can hold an ulblased the political status of the niegro as far
opinion of affairs and need have no an they were concerned. Both of theO e
fear to speak his mind., He character. geOtlemen iee in this test the death of
S tie the hue and ory over the scandals the Ortimpacker agitation, as any re-
'as a aRepublican house-oleaning in or. duotion of representation by the Re-
der that the party may present a clean publicahs would simply be a recognt-
sheet to the people. That grave disor4 tloi, of the principle of disfranchiso-
S dern do exist he does not doubt, lbut ient from which there could never be
that drastic reform measures will fol- an appeal, and a virtual acquiesoencel
lowhe does not believe, It was im- which the Republicans would be lo h
possible to keeoop the state of iaaire, to give. Nor is there any danger that
from being known, and somni dismiss, the next session of Coingress will be
41a from the postofflce will follow, but seriously inclined to take up the dia-
these only in the inost heinous cases, cuisslon, for It iA gonorally understood
the'axe falling, for the most part, oa that the Republican party has too
S the hatds of superannunatod ofilcore many dissontions within its ranks to
and Inoffenisive women who are not handicap the pnrty any fulrthlr by
workers for the liprty, Rftting the p'torth anl E.ast embroiled
The miavy Is still having its trtoubl(s in the rlice question, which those see-
S and theo e't.Rahlishiimnt of a giiieril t ions of theo country seem bound to
st, aff tp look into tho defects whilh are e't-lo, llithoulgh they have problems to
every day mior' it pplroiu in the coil- coiifrolit, then. il their loc, lity.
duet of tho affairs of the Navy Dopart- The d(esigni for the Thomsti Jefforson
I m lent Is bloinlg Irgked na a It clok like Alctueril hafm just bI harity, tv 'v'r I til multitude of sins the (conunitvioe of thie M'tnmoriitl AaSo-
ander the, inconilpetrit regimee of See- iltitii;. 'ilhis lnoolntillllL to thp lilmeit.
rotary Moody. Foreigsi naval officers ory of tho foundor of tho Democracoy
are calling atleintiion to he great pro- will be erectt.id i WasVhingtoni aill
portion of aeoidcltft which befall the will take th form of. a replica of the
AmInriclmi vietSiw1s, iinld almost all re- Athenian Partherion, ncklowledged to
u utlling fron igiiorlnniee either of equip- be thte nost bunutiful and perfectly
S .. nt dr the ftntllniimnitnil lprinciples of piroporoloo'd building in the world,
navigation. Not long ago, there was This type of pureo Groeek architecture
1 1n pidemlic, it st'e best vessels on the rooks, and ait prose of the public buildings of the national
S ent theoro i i i plietiorn of nueidents capital. Thore will bie some mnodillca-
through dofootlve ordinance or oare- tions from the original for example,
S less handliiing oIf the samu. The clilues the proceselton of Athenian youths In
S of the divpartini, nand particularly the original will be replaced with a
H ; that which it nbisolut'ly controlled ty hliatorical frieze depicting tho events
S the dotermriiiniiitloi thimt inoi united in thie history of this country, which
S" nan silhall bo aulel to work up to an of- hinged directly onl the evnmative genius
t1. l erelip, ie s ett lim i be do i ne tl is is thr y, of ,Je'erson.
"" ar1 beilnl oeI'iily tieou sd of timnch of .............
Sthe respo,,ubil.ity of thp1 ro.tty that .t teoil Co ST..
;7i,': ', exists. .
" ... .. . r u'rauik .1. ('hs isy tiiaket oath that. he
I : is n ir i pa ,1 r th, mi, i, iorn ,:rpir or of tho titur of F, J.
ni.. "'th thl' l.. rto 'honey & t..!, doing tbutiuiss in the
om etlI d heil.y kill bme al i to e I C y ofT bI.l o t ou yandtltteafore-
S t1 I,'ut, u .. . l 1.. ">l said. ltd thhlti. aid thrmi will naiyv One

|Ns:ihtii n r,. ut wi It ""we'"lg Illundrei Dollars for C-1ch aind evr
~1e i at O jf.stt I Io t i o ali "l .t rtitts Vi r Tr 1 case of (ta ri that etii t be tird
of ) l'ortlo tI u ounitnui I till t heh i' the uso of jiatll's (t4.tuirrh (Oure,
00ursOe omf j ist u x itr(r
S ith. by (paulrtrmut i, i Ii ,,.r, ,,tr i Sw -rn to before i, stid ; sui 'rutied
11-,,w a y dt., art, i .' t l [teit%, Oita tifth-'414 -ofl D '
_-._ __WAailhkngtoit aiid Itui, IJ-t- inii.ra t iit^ I, r-A.-i s.
FIngly th tlw Jruinh btn. l> of [t itA A .,i
S ven t u tiltli ,. it n i tim .a l Notary u1.blic,
ly'.ad ttit lw tb rvit it 1 t.10 uiu (roml .... u' ..
th" lezeetutive lItrai.ch, iitll't Ctatarrh Ctire is taken intllni-
O' top of all thtii troul.b frtm fu r.'rN t ly, amd actt directly oni the bhiod and
S which theadniin..ratiois sta tuid, imootnturftaeo ofith system, Sn
SWhich m l Iti jfor test'oltnuialo, free.
there comes addit ioil vtlelOte I,. J. C(uair & (C.. Tolteo, (,
S6t1 bli Sold hy nil l)rugghtm., &.i,
!the report of (etmr, Mili on a 11 1 1A VFmly h'li il thlo Wst
Ul41ae which hL ftOiitt to exit in the Young Keith Killa ather..
tPh'UIppines. tci madte a itumr tin ,tr- Ashsville, N. C., ,Miy. .-in tlHaywctod
' aa In{spection 1 d hats jkis vvidnc.ve( countty Samulol Keith was abuaing tbis
%it tst tand, aud not. from. long range wif, ,when their young ison rei u tu trAted. t, Keith then turned toward
n malpulated It Ir sugh his a .o who retd at his taher, killing
leltl ou It is umt.sti'i htim. e y man surreadered to.
ti War partLment e en d s pi4 In Warlsi



Crops l'Troughont Alachua County
Wohde1f*ry Helped.


All. the Lakes Have Been. Swelled and
Paine's Prairie Full of Water-f-ain
Was General Throughout the County.
Farreri't Are Happy.
The planters of Alachua county are
happy,,for they have,.been blessed
with a refreshing and much-needed
rain. The crops were lagging for want
of irrigation, and minatters looked blue
to those who must depend upon tilling
the oil-tor-a li ving ----- ops ha-ve
been retarded by the drouth, and
since the rain the growth has been
wonderful. The plants have assumed
bright, rich green, indicative of health,
and are again growing vigorously.
While the rain will be a big thing for
the corn and other staple crops, its
benefits will be felt particularly by the
truckers and melon growers. The can-
taloupe and watermelon crops, which
were virtually dormant, have taken a
new start, and the probabilities are
strong that the crop will be ready for
shipment.during the latter part of the
The lakes and ponds throughout the
county have been considerably swelled
by the rains. Many ponds which a
few days ago were almost dry have
been replenished with sky-juice, ind
Paine's Prairie is also high.
The only inconvenience of the rain
is the Micanopy road, which is reported
by those who came over that thorough-
fare yesterday to be flooded in several
places. Taking into consideration the
advantages which have accrued, how-
ever, this damage will amount to noth-
Attorney Gbrieral of Pbrto Rico.
Washington. May S.-Willi*. Sweet,
of Cour d'Alene, Idaho. has been ap-
pointed attorney general of Porto Ric1
to succeed James 8, Harlan, who re.
*ently resigned, Mr. Sweet was at
.ne time associate justice of the ter-
A:tory of Idaho and later represented
bis state in congress. He is conocid
sred a lar yer of note.

and all Skin DiSeases cured by

The most healing slve- in the world.
The OOotor. Said "Uok To It."
Oeo. L. Heard, of High Tower, 0a., writes:
"Beeman broke out on my baby covering his
entire body. Under treatment of out family
physiotan egot wor e as he could not leaep
or the burning and ttMil, We used a box of
BANN R 1SAVIt on him sand by the time it,
was 1one he wasN wll. The doctor seesini t was
during him esid 'stitk to it for it it doing him
more good then anything I have done for hfm.,"
IUARANTEO.I Prioe 25 Cents
Sold by W. (- ialla(e'e Drug Store.

Summer Law Shool
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New t)4lgstig In All Hites.


A Fiill Astorelant1 luhieltg
i Latest Pattern.
Spring and Summer

LAbiESc Wrlto MRA A. O.
A IC W EDTIN re .. .dg.ar
& CO, Jacksonville, Fla,, for clIrular
describing tho' VICTORIA TROT(YICT-
OR, or so di $i itX nd waist measure,
Siicial terms to t4, a- ?tti.

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Is the best medicine.

The gentle-

ness of its action adapts it to the

most tender system.

Scrofula and all


cures all their inwar
effects, enriches the

ens the body,
start in life.



"My infant
on her neck al
could not wi
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Sarsaparilla a
all dose Ms. E. D. Ax
iall doses .ohn I
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it to all. incl
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dence in it."
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It eradicates

ther Humors,

1 and outward
blood, strength-
babies a good

had bad scrofula eored
nd behind her ears. I
ash her properly for
n giving her Hood'a
nd the sores healed."
LDmICH, Sharon, Vt.
builds up the system
)arsaparilla. We give
uding the baby, with
We have great confl-

blood's Sarsaparilla. ,

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In Effect April II, 1903.il

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DOl IjGQOF LEGISLATURE. the, following, week a nilht session,.
-- from 8to A(, will be added.
at nd 4ouse Passing Time In Re- Doctor Webb of St. Johns, has intro-
tvi f:nlll of Various Natures. 4ueid 1ibill to amend chapter. 4060,
Se Senate Thureday morning passed Laws of Florida, relating to the pro-
ifoliow$ng measures: teetion of plmen birds, by which. he
ate ill. entitled an agt to fix the teeks to secure more effective protec-
of the members, officers and at- tionfor plume and song birds of the
| bea of the Legislature of A. D. State.
The committee on general legisla-
Ofbato bill entitled an act for the re- tion of-the House, better known as the
lt ofI Lee Daniel. common sense committee, considered -,,i
tldidlaity committee bill for House twelve bills last night, and has report- n 0 1
Sbilentitled an act to punish persons ed adversely on ten of tlhe twelve for a
l upruring by knowingly false repre- measures. 'he committee reported en t. .O lager" for- least four
station the consignment 0of produce favorably upon a bill providing for tihe tO SiX m onths. A capacity to
torisale. ppointment of acting State attorneys Conttnully store 375000 tar-
memoriall to the Congress of tile in certain cases, where the State's at-
UtIted States asking that the lands torney is in some manner interested. rela provides am ple facilities
belonging to the United States in the The Honse this morning adopted a to prOperly age all brews of
.rtate of Florida be granted to the substitute bill for Mr. Hodge's bill to *
.SJtatte tfor school purposesar a regu late the cutting of turentin heus r-BuschBr ew in A ss n
S"memorial to Congress asking an boxes and operating the same, in the .nl .. 1 0
appropriation for deepening the en- State, Mr. Wil.;on's bill for the pres- St. Louts. U. 8. A.
trance to St. Andrew's Bay. ervation of the forests of the State roweers o e the famous Budwelser. Mtelhlob. Black & Tan, Faut.
SSenate bill entitled an act declaring practically upon the same subject, was Palh-LageT. Anheuser-Standard, xaport Pale and Lxquleite.
Shrove Tuesday, commonly known as indefinitely postponed. All Orders Promptly I ill.'d by .J. F. EDWARDS, Gainesville, Fila.
Mtardi Gras, a legal holiday in certain THE NEWS FROM PALMER. .. ...---" .-._......".".. ----. ..:
Stows and cities in this State. -----
Senate bl entitled an act relative Delightful Birthday Party Tendered WHITES CREAM
Sto ooks and forms to be kept by con- yTwo Little Girls-Other Notes. O \I S E RM IFU iElw
oteres, and the balancing of same.ry A. Den- n
r use bill entitled an actrelating to iso i and her sister, Mrs. Eaton, have
arrived at Palmer fromn NH'dingg n, For is Led all womiP Iee in. 0U<*UZW&*i
'dower and child's paint in favor of D. C., and have taken possession of the os ~31 4ki 1 sav -.rXcar*.
widows in the estate of their hus- Denison ometd, expecting to b ... JAMES P. BALLARD, St. Louis*
bads. I hiestedf h elctig o
.iouse bill entitled an act providing niake their future home i this local- Fr al v it ,lo01 Bro. GaineSVill.
that any person disclosing or making ity. Their carload of furniture, de-
layed en route some five or six weeks,
kidowna any message, communication ,, .... -...
own a" y message, communication did at last make its appearance in
or tact coming to their attention o retty fair condition Both Mrs
not'ee by reason of their position with pretty fair condi ion. Both Mrs. A
a telephone company, or an individual enison and rs. Eaton have many
owning or operating a telephone busi- friends here wo welcome them
ss, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, Mrs. Goodspeed of Chicago and Mies
i pd prescribing a penalty therefor.
ISeate bill entit an act to abolis Anna Beville of Arredondo are visitors
the present municipal government of Catharine I
,the town of West Palm Beach, in Dade Bagaley were given a charming birth-
county, Florida, to .lcglize the ordi- day party by Mr. and Mrs. George G inesvi lle Florida
nanoea. Taylor on the ,afternoon of the 6th l ,
In the House. inst. About twenty were present and
1:' 8.r;,.Clair-Abrams introduced ila their ki'id host and hostess did every- M W W nt T l T
the IHouse abill making appropriation thing to insure a good time for the /Men W e W a t to Ta1k
".for the transportation of the Florida little folks. The grounds looked quite, c tht .. i a lt hing
State troops, and for their pay and festive with the gay May pole, the He h (li t .t nu/ in 4(inwil'te wt( a cltd/ing !rp.o(
s- ubsistence during encapnipments, or tent with flags, the croquet, the if ev.ry man in G(ainf ,/i/ I.new the plomitive fact's n /the (/c-a- 1hat1
while participating in practice dancing children, the music and merry every .man in (,li .,'/ would come straight to iva for ll// hims evthinf.,
marches, during the years of 1903 and games. Loads of delialous cake and Each tweek will jt.i,.h (e l/itfc r/imunt on .h /i b 4j'4et. /i4
h190 variety and quantities of ice cream weck's artnimnf iN -el d
The bill provides that the sum of completed a joyous afternoon that will
thirty thousand dollars, or as much long be remembered. TO THE MAR WHO WANTS TO
.thereof as may be necessary, be used, For Those Who L-ve on Farms.
and the same is he.reby appropriated For Those Who Live on Farms. ESS ECONOMICALLY
tfortransportationl of the Florida State Dr. Bergin, Pana, I11., writes: "I .FS ECONOMICALLY.
troops and for their pay and subsist- have used Iallard's Snow Liniment;
'lenee during encamtpments or while always recommend it to my friends, as l tlyilig thi. host i fhl, iesaitme
,,participating in practice marches dur- I am confident there is no better made. of I rue ,'criorry. (;)dl tliing
ingthe years J903 aind IWt0 provided, It is a dandy for burns." Those who ist-chlape.r than poor lt hing---o,
That not mor tha fift.e live on hosad live o far tre especially liable to it I .p rt-.i r re
S m art lO ,manlly accidental .cuts, burns aind II)i i ,,i i ? l r, , < t-
dollars shall be expeid'd in a1"y ile bruises, which heal rapidly when Bal- miiit t,
< year. lard's Snow Lininteitt is applied. It
It further provides that .le act should always be kept in the house for
shall take effect from and after its casebof emergency. 26c, 60c and $1.00
passage and approval by the governorr, at Johnson Bros.
Sor upon its becoming a law without
his approval.
There is no question that the bill The STANDARD .we srt e, tt id. e'' (hnd
SWill pass. If so, there will be an en- -URNb Tru (n TR nofte .) v ((: huhe--w)a.ti
eatmpment of the State troops this GUARANTEE and TRUST (s'er fewar t ^t /.(44') rra.
asummer.s tbih lent wa n ff mthh oe Ftonrto a r
STomorrow morning the House will COMPANY .,, ,,,t f,, (/,,r #,,, ,.,
consider Mr. Drane's bill to amend "tdrHess wear canh b i n~giht for te<
s etion 2 of chapter 4823, laws of Feia- Will stop your rent and buy r ,d #uBt w fsm qf l12.(, and it uyl#
" Ida) establishing atflne and forfeiture you a home. For information outwe'w any twuo wits thot oral.
fund. The bill seeks to amend the call on -. wtoar e a/ i tfor a!nut ethe iame
section so as to read as follows: ER$, u.mvres sdfo aft (,e ,,,.,/
*The Commissioner of Agrlulture GE. W MOYERS, 4"*f IO'! ct J r(u rriu uij
shall, on the first days of May and No- Mafenes nyftf wra
iVember of each year, eommeneing on lasilleap 1*. FlaC.t # rff ,thefirst day ofMay,, 1903, or as soon .. .. mu... ...... CoptrollIacertified list of the ate -
|'-prisoners aid the amount paid into ? A,.t:
the 8tate treasury for the preceding J '^ .
."-. inonthes for thme service or hire f o 2
said list the Comptroller shall eatise to .

W e prepared a statement showing the r lAt CAItT
stressed valuation of property in tch t o-Whou a Ira A U t t-llllt from A o -lA 0 CAR -'w
county as Shown by the assessment, e sgow us thqs y 'C|itHlr.tf-the
rolls on file in his oflce for Lite assess-
'. T l oftpropertis," next preceding t4. World" malo by v tAn A4 "i,04,1-
i. first day of May and November, ass Bros A ou ..f t')rie Aoll ,ii
aforesaid, and when completed the -pp aten 3..Ptt girmenwl beatr th.i t.
SOonptroller shall draw his warrant on WAH NGTO4N 0..
the State Treasurer in favor of they r f
,,, nt ,'" properer amount going to ah y N t W h MtR ... ...Es
i-oCty in accordanee with and upontN Te"S '
i y as shownby the assessment roll, t rower or n e tter an e ,. ... ''-' .... ..
e tforesa id onelhitif n u tt o e o antlielt I w 4v5 e o 5ft5. w lI -
all go into the tine and forfeiture m.tr wit tte, ty earl.t_ _____,_______ _d __
'End of the county- The County Corn- e4st to m. -adr~ot an ae:- smttt < 0.
pg\doers of the respective counties hses tmte at' %ANx e t.t J. B. F. JO RA %0 "
Sautoried arid Clpowe.rO d tf o hire eople RT are I*ttVeiret of their S *d own Ie- .
....s t otherwise cn. tr. for the labr P~ or b A D I
Wa|ooi-riu they Ay deemX- d -a TeB OL 8 ; i.. *. ..ie..ri#.. i ...

If set. ti ~~~O ,u~ 4 ~ S

One Cent a Wor044
Adverosementa of ten worsa or more ollu4
this head Inserted for On Caent a WoV, o~a44
tn advance, each Inserion.
Please answer advertieomeat as ddie4tI6
In the advertisement.,
The coMntdence of l poa.idq 'in .ins t.ii
tlee* si aleA with initils$ will b. wieupeiq0d1i--
Their ntames will not be itren to iqfter4 .

00 YOU want aewlngn mxiantetin~l? tsO tot
buy unoil You btve soe o e t oo.L l 10 a,
mo0ey. I keep on hnbl th6 h ta naQdi5Zu ,
neeioan. lttaA0tl1oa ai ttitune!O lt ,: ;
of miiohlitne. Old maohines taka > -..
ohatiwe. Sleonldlnlnd imaohtines t iipY ;';ui
roe. C4ll 0on or ts"ildret C. A.W, tO ,s
arten Th Stinter Mlt. Co., P. 0. Bc.'E ,
(.ilueavllle. Fa,. 4-7-dawtf .. ;
SLtl lWANTSli-AI. t i ,,.
WV A NTPML- Men to o trli arher trLde. Shors i
tli o roqulretdlby tvour .ettHle. Prnitlt-t x .-
i, rllnoe. exiort lOki'LUtlotli, ct Ccl'nnwr.
ativoey no extensoe. Tools, <(iitoIn l a nI-
Il (ri)O v olne. Ci ftlmtailitu itlud t0 lde or dully ;
letters showIlu eiantlnd for barners mattufld
free. MOltl HAIAtIUMl IOtMlUI New
Oirleis. LI too

Matitslok Pianos,


lIestt )ianolo for thIs trytnr olinate. tarids (ta
tunetlonior than other. oonmtroudtod of
bOst nRmtlorialt, 1dand 1ost ari't ito
worittitinlle li obtitin bl;.
trp to d1tto tl every
dettill and Un*

Sold by us contitioutly for
without a single failure. If you
want a piano for a lifetime's
service buy the
Ml athumehe kC T
Prices an low a I tnionsitent with ftullity
c('it or on omty terntMe, sent tuv Is dys'
trial. Wo piay frelmi,. Write
for iriotoN Tt1)AY,

Ludden & Bates

Southern Music House,



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Highest Market Prices Paid.

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iExpenditures for Street Purposes
Will Go as Evidence.


These Improvements Are of the Most
Substantial Nature, and Will in the
End Show That the City's Money
Y Was Invested Wisely.
Editor Sun: The street on the north
side of the square is in fine shape now,
which the heavy rain of Tucseay night
proved conclusively. Although an un-
usual amount of water full in a short
inen7fr?''a all eilirried away in it few
minutes and the itteets and sidewalks
left perfectly dry. This shows the.
good sense shown by the old Council
in their insisting on having the work
done according to the most improved
and scientific pans of grading and
street building in the most systematic
ipanner, instead of in the makeshift
way common for po long and giving no
results worth mentioning. All the
work in the past year was done in a
thorough and substantial way.
Mr. BonHou built University street.
It has stood the test of as severe a wet
season as we have ever experienced or
are ever likely to again. It cost the
city, according to the finance report,
i : ,'* about $1,800, including the brick, gut-
tors and crosings. When you con.
sider the result, this is very cheap, and
i "when you think of the condition this
.. street was in before, it seems well
worth the cost.
A great deal of the work done by the
committee does not show to advantage
S on account of the awful condition
S which the streets had been allowed to
get into. On account of the heavy
ratni some of them were almost imin
pagsible, West Main, Liberty, LEatik.
Main. Pleasant, and a number of other
streets, were in this condition. They
have all been repaired and put in
shape so that they are at least pass-
The northwest part of the city wae
l almost under water, and' In some oases
the yards of residences on these
Streets were full of water. Thin part
of the city has been thoroughly
drained and is now in better condition
than It has boon for years. The streets
are all open and dry.
The bridges und culverls all over the
lcity- were out o? repair. We have
seven culverts over Swoetwaitorbranch
alono, and as itaniy more iln the west-
S orn part of the city. Some of these
were washed awiay complhttely, some
only partly, but all had to have more
; or loes work dolne on( th.em and some
new ones had ito be built. They have
S all been put ill good condition except
the ono on Lilberty street, which was
washed away thi second tiun.
'. Tho lituincial report, of A.ldorman
S Broonmu shows there was $4,854.57 ex-
pended on the street, work last year.
SHero is what this money han brought
to the city.
The building of University street,
the north side of the square, two blocks
Oint Chliurchi street in front of the Eastn
Florida Seoniunary, the repairing of
I P1uasant, Liberty, East Main, West
l Main, Iilorty from heo square to the
i 0. &, (I. dopopl, t he Srt r l laitding to
S the l iool houuk, Orannuo st.roeet. the
S depot street, luiihiiig trujssingu in
Si tllT'c t u parts of tio oity, buying
; brick aud lum>)b.r, buili'tg iand repair-
o ing all ht.e oilv.'rtis anl )riigl ,s, buy-
g cn in oolm til, untils, tools, itdl pu yi
for the soturv'yi g for the gratntlde's etc.,
d' besides olhii-r work tnot m. tiioii(id,
r" hi- Th lo iuc luides a goibl ilmtny feit of
s' tidewalik, hiehici will Ito putid for by the
;' proI' rty owvue'rs as soon t s I he bi I i a ret
S Inadil out itln il p ."'soi i cl; talso th'n
plaiting of ii>mr< ( hau i o it rtres, arid
';the -rinutiningi oT ih, trl',s no 11 ll t i1T
S Streeits,.
Now, this .ou'rtaiuly shTows that thi'
c' city has received .nll valun (f or its
n money, and b'ror> any otine miakeos (ithe
I.. . arge that the ntiney has bt,(t u sqaUan-

dored.and the work ldon, in a hapl-
S hard and rockle's way, hie ;ho uhl
ind out what has bi.n'u dIoI aund lhow.
Theo poition uf 'chlirmanct of the
S treOt oommitteo is lhot it dl'airabi,
Sone at boat. All this work .iuut be
Looked after by him persomailly. IHo
must gO from plaCio to lpleeu and wsee
hat the work is donie properly and '-e.
ooding to the ~stablishtKi grades, otc.
All this takes titue, 'The contitt oee
| 1 ite* no pay for 'his loss of timne.
ka fo Rnothi, n ot wven .glory.
.eX:* s ltof .to tw rti

'Alto!'^;'::^tl^ ~ y-o ^ -^ *

the first ones to fnd .1fat and con-
demn the work, the committee and
everything they can think of. They.
should at least be willing "to give the
devil his due" and the committee the
credit of doing the best hecould, and
using the money appropriated for
street work to the best advantage
under the existing conditions.
ThiW old Council should be, corn-
mended for the work it has done in-
stead of being accused of reckless. and
"hapnazord work,"' and ft Ttie new
Council does as well the taxpayers
should be satisfied.

By a Persistent Cough, but Perma-
nently Cured by Qbamberlain's
Cough Remedy.
Mr. 11. P. 3Burbage, a student at law
in Greenville, 8, C., had be4n troubled
for four or five years with a tontinu-
ous cough which he says, 'greatly
alarmed me, causing me to fear that I
was in the first stage of consumption."
Mr. Burbage, having seen Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy advertised, cor-
eluded to try it. Now read what he
says of it: "I soonfelta remarkable
change and after using two bottles of
the twenty-five cent size, was permna-
nently cured." Sjld by alldruggists
and mbdicine companies.
Police Nab Alleged Porger.
St. Louts, May 8.--'harles Norman.
dy, a one-artred man representing him.
self'to be a traveling Insurance agent,
has boon arrested, here on complaint'
of oflctals of the Ancient Order of
United Workmen, ac'cordhlng to Grand
Recorder Mayor, Normandy tallies
In descrliptlon with a man much want.
ed by several A. 0. V W., lodges
throughout the country for passing bo.-
gas ccAeks. Sheriff Bragg, of Mur.
freesboro, Tenn., has sent out ad eir-
cular offer'lng a reward for Normandy'e
arrest and saying he wanted there
on a forgery charge.
Sale of 'Fristc Road.
New York, May 8.-'A Wall street
news bureau says today that.tho ncgq.
tlations recently renewed 'for the pur.
chaso of control of the St. Louis anti
Sai Francisco I Rilroad company by
the Rock Island company have been
practically closed and that the terms
have been fully agreed upon. No of.
flciali confirmation of these statements
was obtainable, but in financial circles
the belief wita general today that an
agreement as to terms, had been
Would-Be Train Wreckers.
Columbla, S. C., May 8.--Two at.
tempts were made to wreck trains
near,,Rldgewtay, a station on the South.
ern railway. Fi'elght train No. 81
reported havtnirg knocked a croastle
off the track and at passerby reported
having found two crosstie on the
track, one of whichh he romoved,,but
left theo second one on the track, a
ho feared soipm one might shoot him.
No track. of the would-be wreckers
rould Ie found, ,
Appointed Superintendent.
Ixulasvllle, Ky., May 8.-W. T. St1a
tor, uiana.or ofr the Iouisvillle roffce
of the Postal Telegraph company, has
be en appoatted superintendent of the
fifth dletrrt of the Postal's southern.
dlivltson. The appointment will take
effect JuuD 1, when the new 1'4trict
will be oreat4e, with Loa uville al the
h'Vdquatan. 'Th d triot covers all
save o o nVM In Kentueky, and a ,art
of 'TtenaetsiM. Mr. Skater beforO'
coming to Loulsville, was chief oera-
tar In the Washington office of tbh
Postal comitay.,
Wesseverful t M tue tabIeli*
'l~ierul is a tsalld bak tt Coinenierra,
on tit(l west coustt of 1 ttatnid that It* the
Miun iof every curiosity steotr who i,
|for(tcuitt O enough, to know of lt, ieXlit-
t',ce l.' AS 4 general Uthing sand banks
iti' ciot a greatt ittraittlon, but In this
Iartletlenr crase the. t trtacttive po)er Is
iti lui the snitl slitlf. but In the mi.l-
Itions of &itnct lltinltirture shllst whtcth
arent almost as nintuertus Sa thlo graln s
of snild with which they are intlntin'u-
h dte's ti anllter thun the isitlleist pin'
ihed itit, son.i.0f til _n n so t nl- tmltthat.
they n-tut eatsilly he put throuttgh thi eye-
of t> <'>ini(tior tWhllg iineeli. yet each it
.,s I'rfec't is the' i~arly tztilttia, the
k*('ct. r shill, tlihe sin u'hln or anuy.v other
>:r. tut' ot hlt y., t
"T'h ty(i* at f .lll shl(Ml ttli for'Um l-in,
a!lntltle. OHtne will i l e thii tl"rO% 't
ioutlilns of iT l ntl atutre leicsktet it.either
will hiook ikit A fnt'-y'st t tbtit'(< box.
whl ibi' thitnl nettel no t, fort of ths ira-
aguitetini to give it the fortrm of ta bot
ith Th, thflsh ihells f C'eyhon andl Au.-

j tranlis e thite only livuitg ytre tit 's 'tt Ilitaes, scoflhil logit't' wolnirlt(..
NtliWr:i sts whiii hlav 1te 'exumtl't' thet
tV'N 'lt, "t., iltsh uaheiltl ay that each la
flhltl t Vithi ttny bit otf Joilyllk out'b
stI;nt', wi-h oir toitse1 is the s animal
itmtr. tiut. whit, Is so itfrnlttktUal tshat
00 di. atik h can obkmroh sv btw*m O
A br .ad._ /./ an. .. stot ...


Atlantic Coast Line Offers One Way
' Rates to Homeseekers.
The Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
Company will participate in one way
settlers' rates from Ohio and Missis-
sippi rive: gateways-Cincinnati, 0.,
Louisville, Ky,, Evansville, Ind., Pa-
ducah, Ky.', Cairo, IllU, St. Lopis, Mo.,
and points beyond; also in basing rates
from Memphis, Tenn. (tickets not to"
be sold from Memphis proper), for
points on.taid north of the line of the
Frisco system (Memphis to Kansas
City), to the following points in Flor-
ida, Georgla, iNorth and' South Car-
olina and Alabama located on thi:3
system, or to which the company forms
part of an authorized ticketing route,
at .following rates under conditions
Rate-One-half of the standard one-
way fare,plus $2.00.
Dates of sale-March 8 and 17, 1908;
April 7 and 21, 1903; May 5 and 19,
1903; June 2 and 16, 1903; July 7 and
21, 1008; August 4 and 18, 1908; Sep-
tember 1 and 15, 1908; October 6 and
20, 1908; November 3 and 17, 1903.
Limit-Oontinuqus passage.
Conditions-Contract and each cou-
pon of tickets to be faced "second-
class, not good in parlor' or sleeping
Here are some of the staple crops of
the different sections of this territory :
All vegetables and small fruits,
peaches, pears, grapes, figs, oranges,
pineapples, grapefruit, watermelons,
citrus and other fruits, wheat, corn,
oats and other grains, tobacco, cotton,
peanuts, hay, rice.
The policy of the Atlantic Coast Line
is to foster all developments along its
It claims that it is the greatest
trucking road in America, and it pro-
vides every facility for getting farm,
garden and orchard products to the
northern markets in the best possible
condition, in shortest time, and at low-
est rates.
In no part of the country is' there a
gire&a'rabundance of game and fish
than on this line.
Northern farmers are invited to
write for information in detail about
the territory of the Atlantic Coast

Over-Work Weakens
Your Kidneys.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
SThe kidneys are your
blood purifiers, they fil-
ter out the waste or
impurities in the blood.
if they are sick or out
of order, they fall to dd
their work.
Pains, achesand rhou-
matisim come from ex-
cess of uric acid in the
** blood, due to neglected
kidney trouble. .
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart sl
over-working in pumping thick, kidney-
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin-
ning In kidney trouble.
Fyou are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
SwampRoot, the great kidney remedy ts
soon realized. It stands the highest for its
wonderful cures of the rost distressing cases
and is sold onIts merits
by all druggists iA' fifty-`
cent and one-dollat'Aiz-
as. You may have a.
sample bottle by mail Iio.i otf owmp.Roo-
free, also pamphlet telling you how to finl
out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmr
& Co..S Blngharton. N. Y.
Doi't make any mistake, but reinem-
bur the name, Swazmp-Root, Dr. Kil-
mer's Swamp.Root, and the address,
lighainton. N. Y.. on every bottle.
Nutk in Ilereby wtvoC thbt oh the Iath iay
of J%1ne, A. D. iw,, 1as .u .rtUan of Marsh O
$eltler. itler Irl T..0 Selater and 1Arthur et-
ler. of Levy outity. Ilortda,. will vpi.yr to the
I(ountky h.l3 .or rAltobuta lOtin p rllortd,., by
vate "W4 tis tfolowhihk 4Q=160, B land, Iy
andi being In the county of Alaehuts ant Sitat
of Florhta, btelotlln t.o the ktt% minors satd
more The WV \( tIe.wt ol tlhe NT4 the Wt % Qt
the Si~e of ae N1 the W%. of the Ne % anai
the N ~i of the 5W4 of the Nw% of Se0tion
atl, Ts.wniht sla, utbg.ot Rangse sI a t, e. ot-
"aiik n t T aert. more or tes .
MARY ft K II.I0.t,
Ouatalan ot MarShll 4,lk1ier, itobert t.e.
Se ts or alt Artkitr Stller.
W 1. I, Thh Ma $h. A s tW l.
Stato f t iiwtitaj 5 Mtrttiarit Athhuam Coutity
J4hihn lwujW I o. John J.loen,
bTo r stt mat thas bon Wo.
tWeb cialtaMt J4a olAb ftmS ttw heiiilma
J og*ead re thE'e Sed oan
Air Ue twatijw'rJ l"t1 1 ln t4rn"etKl
ot) Jobs ie m s ay. rottulrto wande t
el'ar C a to b h't" 1at
'It auG 5 Liiend ,t j% liil95i ii if Jui I vw J
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For Sale by Johnson Bros., Gainesville

That Charming


Is plainly shown when you con-
suit us about those Dress Goods.
In fact, here you can master the
touch of individuality as at no
other house.
We are now at the height of the
season. All the different cloths
for Spring and Summer wear-the
choicest prevailing fabrics in col-
ors and white goods are here, re-
vealing the master touch of indi-
viduality which comes from the
personal suggestions and directions
of our buyers. .
Are now at their best, and you
should not fail to see the many
handsome patterns now on display.


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Many homes are mere i lonely. I??'1 *1
because no children are there. Barreniwess ex-
ists in almost every case because female disease
have paralyzed the organs of womanhood.
Wine of Cardui imparts health and strength to the diseased part
and makes motherhood possible in thousands of cas where barreniess
is supposed to be incurable. Wine of Cardui regulates the menstrual
flow and also prevent miscarriage and cures bearing down gains.
Wine of Cardui removes the cause of barrenness by making the female
organism strong and healthy.j
Go toyour druggat and secure a $1.00 bottle of Wine of Cardul.
The use of Wine of Oltid will bring happiness to your home.
In cases requiring special directions, address, giving
symptoms, "The Ladies' Advisory Department The
Chatanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tennessee.
AMET YST, CoLo., Feb. 24, 1902.
Wine of Cardui is worth its weight in gold. It does more than
yout claim. It has saved my life and caused me to became a mother
*iaen everything else failed. MRS. DORA I. E. Le FEVRE. I
BRYANT, VA., Feb. 18,1902.
My dauRhter-in-law, Lizzie Giles, found great benefit in Wine of .
Cardui. She had a miscarriage in March 1901, before using your med- '
icine. She was in very bad health so I persuaded her to try Wine of
OCardui. Since then she has had a Ane baby boy. Soon he will be three
weeks old. She highly recommends Wine of Cardui.
My daughter, Fannie Hudson, also has a fine baby boy by your
treatment. She highly appreciates Wine of Cardui.


cure constipation
,on t~c l ke ills. .
by agitating the
bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until the liver
secretes enough bile to make the lntestines*
execute their natural functions. Unnat- r
ural agitation, caused by cathartics, compels
continual and Increasing doses to
attain the results.


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of Laying Foundation for
Power House Will Begin.


Slneinsions Will be 50x80 Feet, Which'
'Will be Ample tO Accommodate Ma- i
C'hinery-New Plant Will be in Op-


No appetite, loss of strength,
nervousness, headache, constipation,
bad breath, general debility, sour rla-
Ings, and catarrh of the stomach are
all due to indigestion. Kodol cures
Indigestion. This new discovery repre-
sents the natural juices of digestion
as they exist in a healthy stomach,
combined with the greatest known tonio
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Over Dutton & Co's Banik. Galnesvllle
Special attention to Orown and ridge wo
Phone T .

Graduate Baltimore College liential Surgery
Five year' experience in New York City.
Crown, Bridge work ani Filling SIpecialties.
A Im Wona K U UA AN'r I E.

so'r ,ration on Firs OT ot epihitem .er, I c &onistruLuvo pruporuoa. oruuui ir, J. H. PIIERSON,
'i xt Monday morning ground .ii Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure in- D
e broken in another industry which digestion and dyspepsia, but this famous DENTIST
e broken in another y remedy cures all stomach troubles by South Side Sq.cure, u;inesville. Fl.a
will be recorded on the pages of cleansing, purifying, sweetening and
.-. ainesville's progressive history, t strengthening the mucous membranes
will be the occasion of the beginning lining the stomach. rnes Block, across the hiii i rotm smlth'sa
of the power house of the Gainesville 1--- .....
Gas and Electric Light Company, to W. PATTON,
which company the eitymade a con- "--
tract a few weeks ago to furnish lights CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR
GA 4 t S avl baLL. FI,'|Ai I lA.
for a period of five years. Dlr In relL .tate. Thoroughly posted
Manager George Doig has employed Dweai every section of lan in ii.\enhui county.
this week a force of hands, who are Orresondene soUted ... ...
tearing down and removing' some old H J DEMPSEY.
buildings on the site where the power FURNITURE IREP1'.IiED
house will stand. They expect to have and Made New.
the premises cleared by tonight, so LOOKITN GLASSES RE II VERED.
that work of laying the foundation of We buy or sell runure, cannontrct
the new building may begin early with you on the commission bi:sis.. Patronage
IMndady morning. soltoited and satist action al to s.i.
The building will be of brick, one DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT ALFRED S. TAYLOR,
story, and will be modern in everyHilth to the slck PAINTING .N
aiesPith to the Sick dAININ,.
respect. Its dimensions will be fifty Stenith to the Weak. PAPER HAN;INt.
by eighty feet, which will afford an-: GAINESVILLE. F RiA
ple room for the accommodation of. tho trial nlY .0 which Size holdnl 62 tmes I
the immense machinery which will be pared by B C DeWitt & Co Chicago. A ent toi DECORATORS WALL PAPER
employed in furnishing lights and a by 3. C. DeWtt & CO., tiage COMPANY,t New: DECYork. WAL AER
power. It will be located adjoining i[...ii
the gas plant of the company near the B I ___ OL ,- -
Seaboard Air Line depot. A & SH A Y LOR
In speaking of the matter yesterday, MEN AND WOMEN. WALKER & SHAYLOR
Manager Doig stated that E. C. Mc- UIsseE di g osrgainafr ATTuORElYS-AT-LAWrl
Mahan had been employed to .super-. 0.,an I |rrlta tonu or ulcoratio1m.
intend,the work, and that about ,eight V O' 'R011,AI Jacksonville. r Florida
weeks w.,ill be required to complete qjafl*tio 1 r A orpisrot. 4-8-02
the building. The first consignment 14.. A. or sent in plain wrappr,
of-_ ...for -- by qxprosu, prepaid, for AFE BELVEDERE,
of poles for the new company will ar- l .00. or 3 Iotle a. AFE BELVEDERE,
rive about Tuesday, and a force will Circular sent on eWM. IUCR, CILL iroprietor.
go immediately to work planting them ". ,132 W Forsyth t., Jacksonville, Fla.
throughout the city. Mr. Doig stated TO THL E PUBLIC. OpVosyte Pot., onlee.
that the new plant would be corn- We, the undersigned, hereby agree
pleted and in operation by September to pay $1,000 to any manufacturer of Best dining plaee in city. Fine
1, in accordance with the agreement paint who can ,how, by similar tests, Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
made with the City Council. any paint standing upon any metal 7p,' ..EST E4 ...
surfiac as perfectly and for so long a WESTEND,
Its Terms Regarded as "Offennive" by e guarantee GRAPHITE ELASIN lPN-J1 w, MIay Et S.cloivie.'
Bulgaria. W giaratee GAPHITE LAS 212 W.iayt.kile
Constantinople, May 8.-Trhe Bul TIC pilint to contain no tar, rosin, as-, Fatist, beer, boutt'l 11nid dratlght.. on't
garian government has returned the i haltuIn or any of the products of fall to call on ies whe in ili J.c(Wkonvllle
porte's note on the subject of incursionlI petroleumi, and when applied to any ....... .
of Bulgarian lands into Macedonia, surface according to our directions to T HEN IN JAC ,ON VILI,
and the importation of explosives into wear perfectly for, a period of five WHEN IN 1
Turkey from [tulgaria to the Ottoman years, and we agree to furnish, free of Vii, l tho-
commissioner at Sg f la In consequence charge, all paint necessary to repaint THE ORYSTAL S il)ON AND ROOF
of what the government of Bulgaria any surface where it has proved de- GAl DEN.
decribes as "its offensive terms." fcTtive. signed The best Liquors in th"< city. Enter-
The mustering of Turkish troops The National Paint ad Varnih Co., tainment every night at Roof garden
continues In Macedonah, and AlbanLa, Cleveland. Ohio. U. S. A heatre .
where soon 165 battallont will be die
tribute', We take pleasure in announcing that Tus: OLD RK LAti.m.
vbW hae. 'secured control for Alaphua
Answers Murderer's Description. County *or the salt of the celebrated TIN, SHEET M'I I 'A L AAND
Bedford, Mass., May 8.-The man an GRA PIITE ELA,,S' (generally PLUMIINO iJ TABihUSHMENT
rested in Boston last night suspected known as Uncle Sam' palit.) This -
of having killed Miss Nellie Sturte paint has tile highest endorsements for
vant here while attempting to ro11 tin and iron roofs and all exposed SATnIsdACTION IAIAANTED).
her father, James H. Sturtevant, was metal.
brought' here early today. He gavy T. F. THOMAS II. A C0., U. A Pisuarr. Lteon anrd Mdnager
his name as Canimso Liurbreld. H4 anll ti,,tll Fla. Ga6,es.itl. Florfla.
Is an Itallan, and cannot speak ihn -......
Ush. Another arrest was made Is
connection with the case, a strange c Ared's Saloon and
having been taken into Custody here
this morning. Mr. And Mrs. Sturto Jacksonville, Florida
vLnt, who were prostrated by th'F
shock of the murder, wire under med. IJ 1 Cl 1
feal. care today. The only evidence l i --Me rchantaLunch from 13 to 2p >,
diclosing thus far against the men i
custody is that both answer the do Blartsoliematy Ileh.teral oIslnm-
scription of the person who killed Mims s Wmrtwnrger freer e rrast
Sturtevant. o j
Not a Sick Day Since.s. s. h. .l. .mn I .o
"I was taken very sick with kidney -- to order. Poci, Billilards, IHtowilg
trouble. I tried a.11 sorts of mnedicihes, compete 4toCk O L% Mly l W. Bay 4.
none of which relieve d me. ** One day I C mltse of Furi- t_ l. 0 Ba t,
determined to try that. After taking a ChA tn A A DCO
few doses I fe t r ,icved, and s,,on m____tic__w__in Machin__, __tc______lT_
i&iereafter was entirely curled, and have .... . ----nS RT7 D TMAMMFfIINF

Seen a sick day since. Neighbrs or...
.lne hlve been cured of Rhetilnatm, | ,ilN h 'Oir1 1, I
arg4ia, Liver anid Kidney troubles |i
( meral lbility." This is what 1 l ill U 'llV
s. Bssr) o(f Fremont, N. C., writer. Fit-CaAl Service. td
;Only $. at all -druggists -_uic SchedkSulss to

Planters and Growers of Long

,taple Sea Island Cotton will find

it to their interest to conmmuni-

iST. LOtIS, and All'Poiut
Wost and Northwet'.
and All Points Bouthwe Through Tickets via L. & W, a.. od
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Matters of General Interest Gth-
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What Has Happened and What is Going
to Happen Told In Short Paragraphs
80 That "H.e Who Runs May Read"
It In The Sun.
Insure with Ciushman & 11111.
F Fifteen shaves $1. Carter & Tomkles.
S W, B. Higdon made a brief visit to
*;Rochelle yesterday.
0o 0. Thomas went to Ocala on pro-
fessional business yesterday.
Sivinall payments earn good divlleads
inla tlie Staudard. Neo Moyers. to6,16i
Ask your grocer for Owsley's self-
rasling flour. Highost grade and
pure. to 5-4
ii lugene Tillia of Lakeland is in the
S oty. He is a guest of the family of C.
'A. W. Thomas.
S M Entenza, the cigar manufacturer
of Waldo, was tranescting business in
this city yesterflny.
Fl Full line of eholte vegetab)les nl(
,Af ult for thel trade today, Soiml iln
your orders early. Ganineavillo (ro-
F. ery.
S],oat--Smill (opein faeod Chatlanin
S gold watch with plttire inside of.h<5ck.
Finder plI).as return to (i. W. Craft,
A. C. L. dispntcheor's ltlce. 3teodl
S. A. V,. Thomas hiis returned from
Tallalhassot', where he has been on a
brief visit to his son, IR. A. Thomas,
o0e of the assistant clerks in the Log-
S" -ilatlure.
Johnson Bros., d ruggists, will give
Sway to customers on Moniday, Tuoes-
Sday and Wednesday a pliotoofall pur-:
ichasersabsolutely freo. See them for
F'. ; particulars.
John Videlon of A rchr and Zathary
s Bmallwood of (tter (Creek were in the
city for a fow hours yc terday. They
wire w me routeo o)Ociali. whero they htad

Insure with Cushman & JIIll.
Geo, Taylor of Palmer was in the
city yesterday.
See Mayers for coupon contracts In the
Standard. to5-15
Try that corned beef at Fagan's mar-
ket, Only lO per pound., tf
Tlhos, Brown of Archer was among
the visitors to this city yesterday.
E. K. Anderson of High Springs was,
among the visitors to this oity yester-.
Ilefore making out your order for
vopetatbles and fruits today consult the
Galineaville Grocery,
Furnished rooms to rent; privilege
of hot and cold baths. For informa-
tion apply to Dick's Barber Shop. tf
J. M. Wood ward of the Armour Oar
Linesv departed yesterday for points' on
the Manatee river, where he expects
to remain until Monday.
Grand excursion to Tampa via A. O.
L., on Monday, the 11th inst. Fare,
round trip, only $2.25, tickets good
until 14th Inat., inclusive. 2t
When you want a pleasant physi0
try Chambierlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They are easy to take and
pleasant in effect. For sale by all
druggists and medicine dealers.
When making out your order for
fresh meats for your Sunday meals re-
member Weoks Bros. at Phone 40.
They will give you good services and
assure you of the best cuts in meats.
Harry L. Jarvis and I). 1. Morris
have returned from Atlanta, where
they havo boon attending a dental col-
lege. They expect to remain here
during vacation, which will be about
four imionths.
U under the supervision of Win. Ander-
son the electric fire alarm system of
the Gainesville fire department has
under gone a thorough overhauling, and
Chief MoArthur states that the tyas
tem is in better condition: today tan
it has ever been. Mr. Abndrson has'
substituted copper for Iron wite in -the
boxes, and has also fastened the boxes
securely to the poles. The substitu-
tion of wire has made a big improve-
meUnt and in future no trouble is an-
tioipat-ed in the matter of turning ito
the alarms.

been called on legal bu ites. M1. Joseph Pouminvillo of Stillwater,
Secure a number of seisiti od postal Miun., after having spent over $2,000
0ards with your own itpiure, which with the best doctors for stomach
Sll tgives away tousttoiurc t t uurOlet without relief, was advised by
Jo iiaon Hros.' store iboluitoly free' his druggist. Mr. Alex, Riehard, to
otdasy, 'Tuesdy id \We(dnesday. It try a box of Chamberlain's Stomach
wil ptay to invetiignt. I aid favor Tablets. 1ie did so, and is a
well man today. If troubled with in-
3.. J Wmaimi wright of tho Imnited dtligt'tionl, bmd taste in -thi mouth.
$ltWt land ollh'e h:1as reiturued fr ltarek Iof apletitie r coneitipation give
VAssn, whrehe liwent m few days these tablets a trial, and you are
|| laeo>,a, whre t f dy ertain to b-e mor than pleased with
igo as ~ustmodktli> of ith records of tho tle result. Fvr sale at 26 events a box
.0i m, which wt-r ri uiired nis evidunee lby all diruggists and medicine d.ealets,
t :the UIilted State court, i. 1 Powell of High Springs was a
SRV. John G(iray, D1)r. N. T. Phillips visitor o this eity yesterday. He is
d Col. W.. W. a lmimpiton returned, ome of the most .irouineont and iwe-
-oIt finight from Jaaksonville, whero ceVsful young buinesei mte-n -fhatt
A.-s-A i atten'uwlwnm It a tly vttly, iand besides being ih prosperous
looan outll, Tht'ey report a nuost merehait is connetd with matny
Sadooeftul and enjoyable nmeeoting. other industries for the upbuilding- of
his town. Principal among thoso is
SMra.Mariah Parrish of Waldo is in ItiI luterest tih the High Springs EleE.
th lty visiting her graddighter, tried Light and 10 Company, which he
F .i A. '. W. Thomas. She is protb, delays isit to prove otne of th
t theolelt remilt iun the coillity, itOst prottAble i"uv Stmnnts lt thi


!gaoT^"m n- -. .at- a hl State. te i a limemiblr of the build-
brs ditiltly X lt g comlniittee anlid states that work
i, whih occur bot 8 i the buihling of thi plant is pro.
aten a school girt fourteenam eigroasing Mlely. The" m..ehi.ery for
e| .Notwiihstaindiit that the the ice plant was ordered several days
t avoneed iu years, he is iuite ago. It ia expected on o before the
,et ita itag, eonver- r it proxy and laimmdiately upon its
'IS '... *.i.'^.* :r ..** arrival will be placed In poealtoa, :it
ii will b ot te ton, s,papsilty, aidk wil
n m''^ ^beB ^ < ;- : ,, 'i,,.'

rI3Wr 1J Cuslaman r Hill. ,
i, the piano man, hap re-
urned %ro'a 'uqcesstul and enjoyable
tl'ip thrvglhouth (iGeorgia,
JIut revived a shipment of fresh
Cakes ~id cakes. Send us your on-
dersN G.9tesville Grocery Company.
Mrs J. J. Williams and children re-
turned yesterday from Waldo, where
they have been visiting friends for the
past week,
James 1Ra'ley of Tampa, a piano and
organ tuner, is in the city for a few
days, the guest of J. A. Jones, South
W. A. Jones is located at Bellamy
temporarily. where he has a wood con-
trac .with the Gatinesvitle and Gulf
railway. He will continue his market
business in 'this city.
Sheriff Fennell went yesterday to
Dutton, where he took to the county
convict camp one Ed Moren, convicted
in Justice Bexley's court at High
Springs for 'arceny.
W. M. Smart, who has been resid-
ing in this' city for the past few
months, has accepted a position at
Bellamy, and has removed with his
family to that. place,
Be sure and secure a picture of baby
through Johnson Bros, Monday, Tues-
day or Wednesday. Customers will be
presented with photographs of them-
selves absolutely free.
First cheap excursion of the season
over A. 0. L,, to Tampa and return
Monday, May 11. Fare from Gaines-
ville to Tampa and return, only $2 25.
Tickets good until the 14th, inclusive,
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Allion of Gulf
Hammock were among the visitors to
Gainesville yesterday. Mr. Allion is
manager of the Gulf Hammock Fiber
Company, and is enjoying a successful
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 office.
Center Lodge No. 11,,0;,'. F., hold
a most interesting mie'etitig.i ist tight
,i(which.a large membership was pres-
eht and consideaiable enthusiasm was
manifested. The lodge voted upon
and elected several new candidates.
Rev. Mr. Hubert of Lake City, man-
ager for the Sam Jones lecture Tues-
day night, wired yesterday that the
rates of admission haid been reduced
as follows:. Children 25 cents, adults
50 cents, reserved seats 25 cents extra.
Sanford Jewett received a telegram
last night conveying the sad informa-
tion 6t the death of his mother, which
occurred-at her home in Ocala yester-
day afternoon. Mr. Jowett expects to
make his departure today for Oeala.
His numerous friends here deeply sym.
pathise with him in his bereavement.
Too Great a Risk.
In almost every neighborhood some-
one has died from an attack of colis or
cholera morbus, often before medicine
could be procured or a physician sum-
mohned. A reliable remedy for these
diseases should be kept at hand. 'the
risk is too great for any ont to take.
Chamberlain s Colilo, Cholera and
D]Irrhoea remedy has undoubtedly
ted th lives of more people and re-
lieved iore pain and suffering than
any other medicine ia use. It can al-
ways be depended upon. For sale by
all druggists and medicine le companies,.
Card From Cemetery Association.
In future in granting permits for lots
in the cemetery the oash will have to
accompany the request for all such
permits granted. The association was
obliged to make the above ruling, as
they have had trouble in collecting
where credit has been given and have
caused some to take offense in trying
to oelleet same, No eXceptions will be
made to the above.
Ev igtaitN CnMTIuav A*ss'N.

Children in Peritl
Sofae of ht, most anxious hours of a
motlhr'k life are tho~e when the little
onlls have the croup. Foley's Honey
and Tar is a safe and effective rnmiedy
that never fails. "y, boy would have
not been for Foley's I oney and Tar
writesV C W.L yn h of inhester, nd.
Sold by W.C. Wallaee'* drug store.
At the Opera 'ouse..
"Our Bob" and thrOee O enew from
Mr. Wiggn in the g Oabbalo Path.* pro.-
duced at the opera house lat night
for the benefit of Iatal Florida
,Seminary, was well )attended and well
received. Notlc& at lenth will be
given of the entertainment tomuarrow.
A Runaway Sicycl
Terminated with l 11g 0 out on the
legof J. B. iror, 1'aktm Gove, 111.
14 developed to a :ubbori at.r uan
yldinag to n oQo ides
1(^ yItr ,te. iol> Aoa

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State Convention Refused to In-
terfere With Kirby Smith. JUST RECEIVED:

New Lot Fancy WhiterGoo: l
15, O, 269, *80i, 5, 0 yd.
New Shirt Waist Linens'
Embroidered Fronts
for Waists

Novelty Linens
For Skirts and Jacket Suits
Warranted Fast Colors.
Linen Waist Patterns..
Novelties in Neckwear
Special Values in 5 and
10c Goods.



Opposing Forces Endeavored to Have
Election Set Aside, but Efforts. Were
Fruitless-New Charter Granted'
Mrs. J. D.,Stringfellow.
Private telegrams received in this
city Friday from 'those attending
the State Convention 'of the Daugh-
ters of the Confederacy at Madison,
indicated that a victory had been
gained by the regular delegation from
Kirby Smith Clapter. There appears
to have been a very strong eiontes
waged by the malcontents, looking to-
wards the disruption of the chapter by
an endeavor to have set aside the elec-
tion of the Kirby Smith Chapter,
which was held a few months ago.
After full and careful consideration
of the claims and complaints of the
dissatisfied members of the chapter,
the State convention sustained the
legality of the election and the status
of the chapter officers.
We learn from other sources that
the dissatisfied members of Kirby
Smith Chapter made application for a
charter with which to organize a new
chapter, which was granted by the
State chapter. Let .us hope that this
will put an end to the most unpleas-
ant, uncalled for and disrupting con-
test between ladies heretofore friends,
who, by this unseeming strife have
become the most bitter opponents.
In order that he might be thorough-
ly and. definitely enlightened in the
matter, Capt. J. N. Strobhar yesterday
telegraphed Mrs. Strobhar, who is a
delegate at the convention, requesting
her to wire him the full status of the
situation. 'She replied as follows:
"Convention refused to interfere with
Kirby Smith Chapter. Mrs, 'String-
fellow granted a new charter."
The sense of this telegram is that
Kirby Smith Chapter secured a vic-
tory, in that the State Chapter sus-
tained them in the matter of an elec-
tion which was sought to be set aside.
It means, too, that a new chapter will
be inaugurated here, which has been
designated, in the absence of a more
appropriate term, the opposing faction
of Kirby Smith,
Effected a Permanent Cure When
Twelve Doctors Had Failed.
B. B. Virling of London, Miss., under
date of April 21, 1903, writes:
"J. Simonson, Gainesville, Fla.:
"Dear Sir: I write to express my
deep gratitude to you, for your won-
derful salve has cured a sore on my
foot from which I have suffered great-
ly for live years. Twelve doctors have
been working on the foot during this
time, but failed to effect a cure. Your
salve did the work in a little while. I
took from the foot ten pieces of bone,
after the glass had been extracted,
which caused the sore, and now I am
entirely cured and able to walk with.
out the aid of crutches. I shall al-
ways feel the greatest gratitude to-
wards you, and will always speak a
good word for your salve. "
'For sale at Wallace's City Drug
Store, Gainesville. Fla. dawlmo
Passed Away at His Home in New Jer-
sey Friday Morning.
The sad information of the death of
Col. C. E.Vough, which occurred at
his homesin PIhillipaburg, N. J., reach-
ed this city yesterday, with the result
that his friends were in gloom during
the day.
Col Vough has been a regular win-
ter visitor to Florida for many years,
and always made Gainesville his head-
quarters. He was well acquainted
throughout this section, and will be
greatly missed by those whhavebe'tn
asecito' -e io associate with him.
The cause of Col. Vough's death was
typhoid pneumonia,






Thomas Hdwe & Seed Co.

Lad Who Received Pistol Wound Has
Bev. Beville, the 10-year-old lad who
was the victim of the accidental dis-
charge of a pistol a few nights ago, has
sufficiently recovered to come upon the
tree' s again, and yesterday departed
for High Springs, where he will visit
his aunt, Mrs. Florence Scott, fora
few days.
The circumstances of the accident to
the young man will be readily remem-
bered. The pistol fell from his pocket
and was discharged, the ball entering
just above his left hip. The ball was
not located and is still imbedded in
the patient, but he -states that he ex-
periences no inconvenience from the
A Farmer Straightened Out.
"A man living on a farm near here
came in a hort tine ago completely
doubled up with rheumatism. I hand-
ed him a battle of Chamiberlain's Pain
Balm atd told him to uset it freely and
if not sAtistied after using it he uIned
notpay cent for it." says C. P. Ray-
der, of Pattens Mills, N. y. A few
days later hi walked il o the store as
straight as a string arni anede
114 y ,anotherbottle
oft Cmaberlain's l'ain mBalIn. I want
it in the tist, a1ll the tlmme. forit cured
me.' For sa. by all druggists and

A Physician Healed. Alderman Cushman Was There
Dr. Geo. Ewingja practicingphysican Il its report Of h ia meeting
of Smith's Grove, Ky., for over thirty of the Cy 'oncl thursday mee Stin
year, writes his :pernal experience mit'tt-d to ientltion he resyenee of
with Foley's Kidney Cure- Eor years Aldermarn (u.hln present there
I hadhben greatly bothered with kid. b"y a large mu ory.t was there
hey iaild bladder trouble and ntlarged C'ishman a rl. the resolutian
prostate gland. I used everything which aes ,s ed ty the solution
known to tho profeeafix without rehef. naturally 't,.;d y ouncil and
until eommoenOtnc't0 use Foley's Kid- .or is passage!
no OCure. Atr tkingl tree bottle Doesn't Respect Old Age
-waM ei ly relitevd and cred. Air's shazefu when youth fails Oe
n practice ,w per rp et for old a5 ,ub
c S dy l y patot Oe nt th ontrary in the ease of Dr.
ra b s to ng' Pi li..lc They.
3 r to I ha. mld no ma ttr hw s
-t f ld'& ~p,
'4 J ~ W" AIR":

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