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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
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Publication Date: May 13, 1903
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Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
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)L. XX, NO. 77 GAINESVILLE, FILORIl)A, WEDNEsDAY, MAY 13. 1903


IY FIRE MANY ARE

RENDERED HOMELESS


eds of Houses


at Ottawa, Ont.
0'88, FINANCIALLY, 18


Burned


$500,000


Losy L. Believed To Be About One-
i4Haltf Covered by Insurance-On Ac-
count of Accident to Water Pipes,
:iFlames Gained Headway:
'ttawa, Ont, May- 12.-About 250
'teesj destroyed, probably 2,000 peo-
ple homeless and a financial loss of
ltly $50,00Q0, is the result of a confla-
itlon which yesterday destroyed the
iwie between Ottawa and Perry Foun.
tra trkak o the east, Albert on the
qrth and the tracks of the Canadian
p'lc Prescott line and Third avenue
the weaL
IThe money lose is about one-half
oered by insurance,
While It was generally believed last
Aght that an incendiary had started
Sfire, doubts were thrown upon this
ory today. It was said today that
i:blae was seen in the grass before
:elzed the lumber. There was from
Smillhonatd fifteen million feet of
i.ber burned. The buildings de-
yed were dwelling houses and
es. No lives are known to have
n lost. While the buildings were
pretty well insured, some tenants
nothing on their furniture. A
mt many of these, however, suc-
id in saving their effects.
rough an accident to the water
ae' t was nearly an hour after the
was discovered until water was
Wn upon the flames, and in that
they had made great headway.
uslstance arrived from Montreal,
was not required. The military
1 called out to aid the civil power
batting the fire.

SHIP AFIRE IN MIDOCEAN.

Ic Action of Captain and Crew
S Saved Many Lives.
lcago, May 12.-A dispatch to The
ne, from Philadelphia, says:
e American line steamship Fries-
which came into port yesterday
Liverpool with 114 cabin and 638
ago passengers, was la grave dan-
f destruction by fire during the

in one of the passengers It was
ed that on the fourth day out,
,n Apfleld was at breakfast with
saengers when news that the
was afire was taken to him by
second officer. Excusing himself
not to alarm the passengers,
captain mounted to the upper
Where smoke wa peering from
ich in dense volumes.
an order to have the pumps
f, Captain Apfleld soon had men
tn holating out bales of cotton
rrels of resin, paraflne and, wax.
n Apfleld, with the cry "Come
en; there's work to be done!"
a rope and swung himself Into
Rold, although several had been
alsuffocated on the first attempt.
the course of an hour's time the
had been conquered. Near the
Where the fire originated were
la of oil. Hald they ignited,
flrg iould have saved th ship,
their fight Captain Apfelis and
aen's faces, arms and limbs were
red. To show their appreciae
of the fearlessness of the men
arge of the ship, the passengers
up a set of complimentary reso-
a and presented them to the.

Iron Furnace Collapses.,
mer, Ala., May 12.-Faracme
belonging to the Tennessee Col
Irea company, collaped Sundat
lig, wrecking that farntce and
[Sttroymg the dust pit and a action
Pt the casting house. The damage
estimatedd at about $10.000. The
4ikpee was caused by the weaketess
the fire brick, wilch lied the I
and had recently been rumed
wr ear the top.

Drowned While Seating.
Kasas ity, Mar, May 12.-Alfre
bor, Sid 24 year, ar d Mrs. 7. 31
7, agmZ t11 were Si'ownat4 In the
W river, oAcaoearSito ., oas.
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WOMAN ENTOMBED /LIVE.

Poe's Story of the "Dlack Cat" Dutll-
'catad In R-.il Life.
New York, May 12.--A stoonuinsui
was at work on anl old, wall in li0ll
center of the town when a catr:aiKr
swiftly drove up t; him, twM 1.-as, ti
men jlliumped out, threw a h vg',',r
iA he ad buhnladle i hi:n t i he( <' :-
riage and.sped a.,ay, s'l.Nt a t1i-
patch from iBalku, to The oV c.ald.
After an hour's driv the h na:oii was
told to alight, the sack was taln U i
from his head aud he found himuslf
In atn oti-faslhioncd courtyard,. le was
pushed through a door into a corrilor
and in an empty room ho noticed an
opening in a stone wall in whlch was
wedged a woman trembling and *'
a terrlined face.
The men who had brought the ma-
son pointed revolvers at his breast
and ordered him to wall up the open-
ing with the woman l.hihnd It, threat-
ening to shoot him dead If ho refused.
Stones, mortar and trowels were In
the room. He was told that the wo-
man was a Mahometan who had Jn-
jured her husband. The mason built
up the opening, the sack was again
drawn over his head and three-quar-
ters of an hour later he was put out of
the carriage at a lonely part of the
city. As soon as he could free him-
self of the sack he did so, but the
carriage had disappeared. He went
immediately to the police and told his
story, but although -the police are
ransacking the houses In the Mohamex
ta'n quarter, they can find no trace of
the locality of this horrible crime.

ATTACKED BY FIERCE DOGS.

Syracuse, N. Y., Woman Has Fearful
Experience-Scarred for Life.
Syracuse, N. Y.. May 12.-Mrs.
Thomas B. Leonard Is at her home
in a precarious condition as the result
of an attack made upon her by two
ferocious dogs. Mrs. Leonard tried
to separate the dogs which were fight.
Ing on the piazza of her house when
she was knocked down and almost
chewed to pieces by the animals.
The dogs attacked her simultaneous.
ly, one urying his teeth in the throat
and the other seizing her left arm.
They bore her to the steps and gashed
her with their teeth, disafigurtng her
face and armed in a terrible manner.
She probably will carry the marks for
life.
A negro man went to her assistance
and dragged both animals away. Mrs.
Leonard's body bore 20 marks from the
teeth of the dogs. A large piece of
flesh was torn from her lower
lip, part of the right cheek la torn
away, her left arm is torn and man-
gled-, and her right arm almost com-
pletely covered with prtate of the
dogw' teeth,
The eateading physiolan* say Mrs.
Leonard will live.

TROLLEY CAR WAS ABLAZE.

Reckless Motorman endangered Lives
of Somse Sixty Passengers.
New York, May 12.-Through the'
burning out of the fuse under a rapid-
ly running open car on the Third av-
-enue line last night, a blaze was start.
ed which spread rapidly and quickly
enveloped the car. T'
The motorman, despite the cries of
the 60 or more passengers to stop
Before they were burned to death,
put on full power and those on board !
began to jump from the car. ThI
conductor was one of the firt to jump.
After running the car at full speet
for three-quarters of a mile, the to-o
torman apparently reaized that his
own ifie wasr three -.e4 W th if0erce
flames. He shut off his power, Jammled
down the brake anid leaped of amid
the Indignant eites of A larIge etoed
which had gathered,
Nearly every one of the passMengers
was.more or les sertonsly hitbt.

K iIled Cousin with Big Rook.
Norc rossM Ga.. May l.-C~Iwrse
epeer and Wille Tribtblte. "eoaa


aged 1is and 12 yawr, rpOCteUly, b
cane engaged in a dtlficlty SBtturdwa
in. which Sp er hit Tribble On the
hec" with a large rock. faTlleth~gr a
wound from which he died a few *boatt
Iater. The Speeo bo6y is in c' tM4y.

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Ooot, May lt2-AMirst*. Ueamor
ead talabhth Uaeasr, three *gf

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MOBILE AND OHIO

STRIKE IS SERIOUS

Trouble of the Trainmen and
Switchmen.
COMPANY POSTS WARNINGS.'

Officials and Clerks Compelled to Pull
Off Their Coats and Do Work In the
Yards at Mobile-Strikers Intercept
Nonunion Men.
Mobile, Ala, May 12.-As ni evi-
dence ot the seriousness of the strike.
of thl trainmena and awltehmain ,n tho
Mobile and Ohio railroad oftictils and
clerks of the road pulled of.tholr coats
and went to work switching 'ars In
the freight yards In this city to make,
room for freight coming from t'uba
anti other countries. Ten' cars con.
training dynamite were also moved by
the clerks to the pier, from l"hth It
will be loaded on vessels for lMexico.
Ten non-union men who arri.v.l yes-
terday from St. I oula, were mit by a
committee of the strikers aaid prevail-
ed upon not to go to work. They
climoed that the situation was milrop-.
resented to them at St. Louis by a,
man claiming to represent tho road.
'I'W of the men applied to (oneral
Manager Clarke for trap.portatlon
btok to St. Louis and weolp given it.
This morning, however, fivw of the
mea went to work under the protection
of special omffcers.
The company has posted not! of
warning as follows:
"You are hereby notified that the
trains of this company are e ngagad
in carrying the United States malls
and interstate commerce."

THE MANCHURIAN AFFAIR.

Chinese Government Notified of Aws
eurances Given U. S.
Paris, May 12.-The Fronch minister
at Pekin reports that Minister Conger,
following instructions, has notified the
Chinese government of the assurances
regarding Manchuria which Russia has
given the United States, directly
through Ambassador Cassilnl. and says
the Russlan charge d'afftales at Pe-
kin has given the Chinese officials aim,'
liar astsrances. The French minister
adds that the Chinese officials are not
gravely concerned by Rusola's alleged
designs on Manc'buria being fully sat
isfled with the foregoing assurances.
The feeling here, which Is strongly
sympathetic with Russia, hail lbeen
greatly relieved by official advices
trom Washington summing up the ro-
suits of the conference between Seec
retary Hay; Ambassador Caasltin and
the Japanese mtnlster, particularly the
contradiction of the report. that Mr.
Hay had telegraphed to President
RBooevelt relative to the question of,
joint action on the part of oreat Brit
ala, Japan a a4the UnJtIed JStates,
which report aroused serious appr&e
henaloni here of possible Interatilonal
entanglemntu .

Convention Railway Condudtors.
Pittaburg, May I2.-Delegates to thqe
biennialat convention of the Order of'
aillway 0onductors of America, Cta-
ada and MVenit, which opens here to'
morrow, are arriving on ,very traEin,
The convention will Open at 1 o'clock
tomorrow to 0contiue for ten jaiY,.
Only one *elson will be held each day,
lasting from 1 o'clocek to 7 in thi wV r
oilg. The radts Auziliary of th s
order will meet tn Thutam tall. Orandd
Chiet CoCn-r-tm'tCFtrk ith iHi aid, f ii
he reeleeted without opixw tion, If bhe
wil accept. He already ha.s fllhed thbs
plae fer ten years. Mrs. J It. Moore
of Tledo., president of .e I-14e'
Auxltiaryr will also have wo appoeitioo
(or election.

A-e" sA s fer Co.eppracy. .
San Fralcteo, MAy 12,- f'rW of tthe
1* prealdent of thE le Yap .ltstg bav
bee. srreted for coispirsey to mawe


der tuh 800 mnembwe of the ClOhio*e
oiefty of B~agloh s domatlo a MA two
ot tbl.em, e Iloo Oa. who la adt only
the president o( thE O(i.Tl ekgbble
44r toag. bat of the o. Y vM6, and4
Leei tY -p(M*eBi of the r1)ewl.oni
Th4. havf4 Idte ooi l sia enfaio*,*
he< *h: t etreo prie4stt at la
hMa_ bft wl bSie lwated f et
as t vr es be St Tbea 6

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SITUATION AT MERIDIAN.

No Attempt by Management to Oper.
ate Trains.
iioriilan, Miss., May i"--There 1l4
no c',aanio In the strike situatiloi here.
Ono freight was sent north late yea.
teraVy artt'ertnoon under giard, and it
was nlinied ti y I. :o kn10 lon ro'w, and
two ('calle il from the sou h. No
attempt has ,been mlado by th iltnan.
agel ient to ohl-ttite trains this 111or11-
ing. Oftlcers involved hold a throe.
hours' meeting last night anI agreed
to use very endeavor to protect the
property of the company it disorder
a,
Strikers claim this morning to havo
won oveOr a nmajrtity or noltuniton mn1l
brought itn frum Chicago li nt ight.
No violence Is, apprehended horo by
tho business community unless the,
road should attenipt to put uegrotor
on. )

STRIKE HAS BEEN POSTPONED.

Fifteen Days Given foqr Settlement
Southern Pacific Troubles.
New York. May 12.--R.alph M. l1as.
ley, secretary of the Civic Federation,
announced that ho hadi received a tel
egrani that the Soithtorn Pacifle's
throatenod strike had beon Ipos)ttponod
fifteen days to give time for a Seotl
net oft' thO troubles. 'The holler mak.
ers on the Southerni Paitleh were to
have gone on strike today oulit of syml
pathy with tho Unilon Pacifc machitin
lsts' strike, which has lbon on fot
about six months.
Senator Hanna, waiting for the Civvic
Fl(derat ion, asked that this symipathot-
Ic strikeo I postponed ponding offorts
Of the moderation to bring about a
settl'emrn t.
Earlier rel)orts slatei that the strlk.
erai had Informed Sonator Hlanna that
his requoat came too late. but Mr. Z1as.
ley sild th("oe reports were unfountidod
and that thti asuranco htad boon ru
celved that a delay of 15 days hauld been
granted. 'Phe oxot'uttve cornitlitto ol
the National Civic Pode In this lty on Wedlnoeday, and the
question of reaching a eittlnient In
the Union Paciflec matter will come uti
then.

OMAHA STRIKE SITUATION.

More LaundrIes Closed Down-Five
Hundred Employee Locked Out.
Omaha, Nob., May 12 -The strike
situation in (nmaha was further :comnipll
cat(od thiist morning by the closing down
of 18 of thi' largest launt:lorlos In the
city and tlhe Ilocking out of f00 laundry
worlkeirt. PIroildeint Kimbtall, of the
Tri.Clty Lianindryinmt's club, says thit
union does not represent a' majority
of the launitdry workers. H#e sa#d
there wore sutdielent nonunion oir.
ployv h left to run the laundrl s, but hie
feared for the safety of the emroployes,
and that. therefore, the laundrymen
had decided to chlie indefnitely.

NINE CONVICTS ESCAPE.

Burning Prison Frees Outlaws-They
Then Commit Depredations.
tirnilntgthawm, Ala., May 12 A ip tion of the kitchen of the state, prls.
on at Plat Top mtnes., 25 mrnil's froui
this citlly. ha beenti burned antd Ing the extilteneiat nine ci nvlit.* ..
esped.
longg to the *aslroead sat 11n neattt
by, the c(nvlicts robthotI t(h" ti!((jraph
operator and then left hi. ti the'
station tightly bouttd. While rmamnuik
itag the stlat titdle'd, essatlr the e*xt traln south
on the Srauthern to stp, ) Th,'' l,r*'l
ojperatfr was finnUd and re4*'
Oie' of Ilti' .invicts hatv hSeen isp
tried and the supertntefntirat of the
mint" say Ute i*therii are' liu-sA< .I
and he expects to iapturte thctri sotet.
The 7 st Top mines art o peratedi
ty the ehioes.Ihe t '~id 4 o l and tIron
company, and the eonviett are boIYe 4h
from the sate,

"pena Tend'e .R Rignation.
Knn,,vilt' e"rn.' T n,. May *' -.tev. .


. i 'rt'e.e, i. I) bha. tj"d-rwd his r
lenatikn as presi'.Ii-nt of the AricaN.* s
1niverslty, at larrlman. TeTmn It It
aBdsr;1ood hi *1ihll be slutlrroI- 44
Protiwer stawo A Tlate., of Nabhviu, .
Tena fr a.pewte will rtIre to po j
Ifte lif eS wrountt of his botlh.
str.fi Lumber gmpy *
le..w, May It*.-A stri:e '4 *

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WILD EXCITEMENT

IN COTTON MARKET

Enormous Covering Move-

ment In New York.
HEAVY SALES FOR SPO' COTi ON.

Advance of 11 to 14 Points In Livbrpool
Bull Clique Realized Heavily In Or-
der to Avert Bear Panic-Market
Becomes More Pacific.
New York, May 12.-The wtldhet ex.
citemont in cotton this season O K-
Icurrod today wiohn a( enormous cov-
(ring movement was started by an
ulltXpiteted advtantce of to I1 points
in Ilverpool., tttelndta4 by htetvy sales
of spot cotton In (he lMnglish market.
The kwlal uiarilt trospondedl with an
atdvatwn of 16 to -24 polntt on the
moro al.tvo e mn ths, now hi-h records
llt all oaanon being :intd1(. The bufl
clitno reali.od heavily In ordor to
avert a boar pianir. which, at one time.
appoarted lti vlitalO.
The lio-nl itvituvnce wits apceletrated
by sountotioiul reports frotnm Nuw Or-
lioala, which riitdl .lau advance of 37
LO)inta on July, A reation ) of 10
tit 1.1 p intl followed,. coiltinlUod aoll.
Ing by 0th 1 bill ctlluo at tIhla point
w hortupon the market obecatme moro
pmiciflet. The hotiovlot trantsaottlioi re.
corlded this season during tho amte
timeno Were reported today.
TPowanril noon th he market became
less altivo, it having become appar-
ent that the hull party was not dplpos.
od to form' thel sittiititon. hPublic oper.
ations we-re not an active factor owing
to tho abnormal conditions now cov-
oring operations of prices. 'ThreO was,
howOev, Boinie soilling for short ac.
emnt, ami to t)he now crop poialtlon (on
the favorable showing miadi by the
weather, In the cotton bolt, attil t h
general IlatteringK character of the
crop navices now ttcrrn(t.

FUTURES TOOK A JUMP.

Cotton Market In Now Orleans Sur,
praise Long Side.
Now Oilota. May 12 -Tho cotton
mtarliot wun is t I'urlit, e.ve to thet
long Ritl' thli .otir tllig.
At the, ( i.)('nliiK prlc i ts futurI's to~it
a J11umi 1 or' fr't)al l0 to 877 ,points In
tho ativt'v nioith itdtii thhe advancel
was Oi i strong itiil wit' Ihtlat prtnil nlnt
longtf. l4'|1ng ilItig' r In ll toire for to-
(cal ttl(dt'rv In tl>h wthli)* lmarke t ttidt tihrlh that tsomit of their
wheorl tirnm wotild Kgotundert, sold the
market ,iown ailnost lnmmodintely.
w'hithi Ii. iniliute nfls aftr theo t ienlng,
fromen 5 ti 27 iponts had beien shaved
off frmI the lwtvance, which brought
pr.-et d, and af'h, lve'l. (hot0gih a -ou thOen
stiff avivaanc was maintained.
Thi a cotae of the advance was a
eontittriwttn o f the htll ciimpaign, to
whit'h watt added r',lmtA of stonsation.
al altvanties In both theo iverpo Al an4
Now York markets. In the trltdin
of the ,-arllr hours May advanced
from 11 I at tho cling $ai urday to
11 '3, July adovsrAced frinom 11,43 to
11 W., AtKiIt tAdvantien from 1t0.6 to
la,1 H,4pt.eimhe4r ivaiti-toi fronT s.'
to 'a so From rthtu kfo OFlgre thore wast
t wIt
long aidot!
Officers Are leteld,
ltbtan, nab. ila May I1.l- TJlhe We,


fol)owtwtg.ulkcers this morntaig Pre..
ldeint Mrs. John urker, of Vittana;
rorieuTpoitiln% s4iMretary, Mies A. Arm.
strong Maryl ndi rerordhig secretary,
Mi'm. M. I. Wrght, of Georgla, sand
Klis N Maitin, of Mrytaad:; trees-
arfr. W. C. ( King Edward VilDt) Scotland.
Ianilonl, Msy 3-. King iklward tod
Qtuen Alzaixndrlia, acixnm-peat4ed by a
largo suite; left London today to pay
thelr fre tcererBonatl visit to aleouswl,


Thay will arrive tI iSltnburguh tis
vrnfnlp. They were greeted by big
crowds of people while driving nla s tm
tobi to tbe ralrod station
.u u41 oerEne to Marry.
)iefonstata, 0., May 12.-4. zn
b..MM^ a cierl of Deateware, O., and
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AN GE: LAKE IS

PRIVATE PROPERTY

It is Owned by Private Individ
S ual, and is NotPublic.


The cough that holds on
in spite of all remedies need
energetic and abe all thotI
ough. treatmientt. A mere
cough mixture won't' do.


S.-- .RKOOt Out teaI COld that causes
PART OF ARREDONDO GRANT
,o-oOthe cough.
Fishermen Who Have .n Using How? Scott's Emulsion.
Grounds Leased From Private Par- Why Scott's Emulsion?
tsie, and Have No Fear That They Because it stops the ir
Are Violating the Law. ion ohes the iues nd
tio S, 00hes the. t Issues and
The matte r of Orange Lake, the heals the affected embraces.
ermen and the game warden of Marion ra
county has taken a new turn which is When? Rig ht a w ay.
absolutely safe for the flahernin. Scott's Emulsion begins to
In speaking of the dispute over the'
title between Marion and Ajahuacoun-i help with the first dose.
tes of Orange Lake, one of the fish- wll.
armen who is well posted, yesterday scOrr 't i9OWENEg P4lt S .are, NewYoa.
stated that the lake is not government
or State property, but belongs to what TO LO E SE RS
Is known as theArredotido graist, i 'lO-i l
is owned by private individuals, from Atlantic Coast Line Offers One Way
whom the simeiis leas ed,
ot a ead. Rates to Homeseekers,
"For many years ith I property waas
considered invaluable," remarked the The Atlantic Coast Line Railtoad
fisherman. "It has been allowed to.Company will participate in one way
be sold for taxes, for it was considered, settlers' rate s romn Ohio and Mbissis-
not worth the price of taxes. How-. sppi river gateways-Cincianati, 0.,
Louisville, Ky., Evansville, Ind Pa-
ever, when the lake btcsame prominent isle, Ky. Evasvle, nd., Pa
as a fishing ground the owners of this du'ab, Ky., Cairo, Ill,, St. Louis, Mo.,
property immediately began to redeem and points beyond; also in basing rates
the same, with the result that today from Memphis, Tenn. (tickets not to
Sflow who are 'fh farming' i be sold from Memphis proper), for
w fellow& who are fish ItfarI kng, it
have made a good thing for the own& polnt aon and north of the line of the
Frisco system (Memphis to Kansas
A great many are laboring under ity), to the following points in Flor-
bthe opinion that this is a navigable ida, Georgia, North and South Car-
o:, ;i01, "1 and Alabama located on til
body of water. This is amitake, ad Alabama located o t
law dne a 'nasystem, or to which the company frms
Shaking a navigable outlet to de part of an authorized ticketing rotate,
water. Thereis no navigable outlet a following ra tea unde-r conditions.
to Orange Lake, and we fellows are named:
rtfng eay, for there is nothing to Rate-'One-half of the standard one-
reti coal, fas or there is nothi ngtow
ese Ius alarm." way fare, plus $2.00.
S ..Dates of sale--March 8 and 17, 1908;
Spring Alments, April 7 and 21, Ii190; May 5 and 19,
There is an aching and tired feeling; 1908; ,Tune 2 and 16, 1908; July 7 and
the liver, bowels and kidueys become 21, 1903; August 4 said 18, 1908; Sep.
asluggish and inactive, the digestion tember 1 and 15, 1903; October 6 and
impaired, with little or no appetite, no 20, 1908; November and 1.7, 1908.
ambitionn for anything, and a feeling Limit-Continuous passage.
that the whole body and mind neehiI Conditions-0Contract and each cou-
toning up. The trouble is, that dur- pon of tickets to be faced "second-
Inl winter, there has been an accumu- olass, not good in parlor or sleeping'
lation of waste matter In the system. oars."
Hetrblin will remove ft, secure to the Here are somn of the staple crops of
sesrotions a right exit, and by its tonico the different sections of this territory:
affect, fully restore the wasted tissues All vegetables and small fruits.
and give strellgth In place or weakness. achs p a f, ruios.
boo 0t .Johnonillro. peaches, pears, grapes, figs, oranges,
pineapples, grapefruit, waterinelons,
THE TERM HAS BEEN GOOD. citrus and other fruits, wheat, corn,
oats and other trains, tobacco, cotton,
Union Academy Will Close on the 22d oats and oer ain, tobao, oon,
Inot. After Successful Term, peanuts, hay, rice.
not. Aftr he policy of the AtlantieCoast Line
Pruf.. May of tho Union Academy, sto roster all developments along its
ooloredt, l tiloiotintt's tit tho will clope line.
this instlttitioi oil tiihe 2d iit., Atfter It claims that it tii the greatest
the mnioot iuve-fil termilu thli hli.- trucking road in America, and It pro-
t videos evry facility for getting farm,
tory of its .xilstet'tct, igardon and orchard products to the
The tirnilliient for theo torim has northern markets in tho beat possible
boeni live htunidrd, eighty-five per cent coind itlon, in shortett time, and at low-
of which hasi bwiu recorded as anI av eslt ratas.
rage attnd e. There will be alght nopartofthe cotintry in there a
erae atttidlln-,. rhlere will be eight greater abundance of giame and lth
graduates lit tlhe close of this term, than on this line.
which i th largest number ever N northern farmers are invited to
graduating itt lw itinmo. write for information in detail about
luietn ~tf t" trii, will the territory of the Atlantic Coast
The aomn.illilniiwi.t xeroitises will be Lino .
held at iilion Academy, and will lat --- ....
from the lHth i> the 22d, inchlulive TO THE MANATEE 8ECTION.
The public generally is cordially in. Odre-.ay Settlers. and Round-Trip
vlted, iuid slptoltl sevIas will be pro" Home Seekers' Ratos.
vidod. for white tfrilds of the school The Soaboard Air Line railway have
who desire to at tntil, arranged the following attractive rates.
Not aSick Dny Since, to Manatee, Braidentown, Ellenton anid
"1 Wslit Lak1itvery sick with kidney 8arasota, Fla
S troubl e. I rihd all sorts of Indioines, From Ohio River Gateways.
"0o214 of wl.l I saw ilia lid. ti your l detriunted t rir illt Altor taking a slvejuing cars, to be sold to all points
few do 's I t 'll 'ln\ v 1, iilul tMO1l ot t .lu I l th -. .R and l, .
snrO < lerl wisk Iay ititi<. Nihi,,,ra o iVO0 ^1*he at rates based oine-half of the
S .nhie have lIxenur.d of I hi uru tiini, {irt-olas limited fare, phin ti.Oe,
S Neulralgi, !Atr ,iul K luiy iro ubt< Tickets will be sold on the firn andl
ad Kleral lo, iit y I This i whrt I. thirdTuesays or each month, to and
Only 6t0. lt it all d ruign including Novomber 17tlh, 1903.
"ee ", ,i Iohin seokeris' excursion tieketO to
Tele rap hers Convention, l'arris ,, Etlet ton, 'almetto, trilden.
St. Illlbn. M 12 .A\liut 1,0 ro, i lo Ir riM(nto.ne (netto, Braldesn
g " hle hblut~itl .i.vvl\xtni, .,f ,,, lr,,,l I l i ldot .t irst -hl hir Th-e-s^daysi
dli!slthin if the t''< .r lWohatl '1"r -,.f ,atOh -itotlth to and ihcliding. No-
J..o...wn *,.].,1 ,t ,tldcr Iy vmnl.er 17th 19tN3. with thflat lmit
Prihhedent l ,it., 2 ''h pur ti.se o( tw enity-on da day from date of sali.,


the cotmvolt h ear thet rep>worts of t oltfe-s alid 'aoltard AirLitne railway in route on
S clibt i t1g journey within tftten-d
I f t1 e !o0 sixh days t AanIquet will rai s it iiit. .i ie
be held by(ie lti 'natlS and \ti tti 6e 14aWoa Ory attlotive
frl..tt "PnTtliy hl ilia T*rtal v,.ur.isgu matter, oovIring these lt.,
a v llt will bo miadtV to ti f worhtl which if lhng dihtriluted exlaeily
"2all ."""' ,. "u North"#
fair. through th, o orth. East and Nort, h



9 years ago. Doctor took. ri

m I:


E.


E. YToyle,
Gallesvllle, Florida.


KEYSTONE BAKERY,
it. T. SCAFEIIR, Prop.

CllOII IIRIEADS. CAKES and PIES
Presh Every Day.
Delivered to All Prtsi of City.
Satisfaction Uuaranteed
Special attention to Cirouses, Minstrels
and other traveling troupes,
Htti hw Parties. etc.
P, B0. oxMw, 4 OalavnelIt, lla




RAtLROAD
Offrrs VetyLew Latet on FollowingDstes
Nevlda. New bHlIoo,. Ari oua, Colo-
rado. OreAIoW*,. W inhligton. Montana,
Idaho. WyaomUiR, on le uptil June 1&
St. Louis and Return
OST FARtI PIlVS 96 C'V,!TS. On tale
Jinote 16.-1T. oro to relur until Jun* lath
San Franct co, Los Angeles and
Return
NationAl a~tmWO ilsi t. A. R. Tok-
eta on sale Jol. to Auus Ia GUood
to rotur. u&1.0 etober 1.
Denver. Col., and Return
O- e at Ju a eto July 9th. )Wool tore-
turn until AUt 31-t.
Thwtroirh >I fiaa w-eeil *t4iTe4f-
06r between l ad t. lo
rtbrtgh Pt~Mul NTU atd W~W tbhS 01 r only dom>le
Rak. tfur IrtU C a4l atid lbP Ohio

PFRB. e IMAILLER, T. P* A.,


WM. AN DERSON,




Klits., T W l64 a4 b .e.t*


V.Vbo 'vor doenot believe f itm.e.


.iw :torever. Now and these a jos wfll
e1014 ,Vie.rtime 1L, cwstisttly a.d
will have to go to tae lositati of te
porxry oblivloD for a rest But it at-
ways returns to do ubtlses with a
clean bill of health and emauloccas on-
ly a new tie or a fresh colar. A0 a
rule. iowe'er. it wears the inme old
,eUulo neckband and fdled scart
pgd o and benzined by th se al-
t1ul. han6 4 of rTn e.,~.w OrlteaM
Tlnse.JDeinocrat.
Rna wsl wft Sb. PetP.l .
**Ppt down that pickler"
The word. were uttered harshly and
hurriedly by the sergeant to an mngra-
does private who, carried away by his
hungry passions,. had snatched a plekle
from the barrel.
"An' why should I put down the
pickle?' .qneries the private midly.
'*Put down that ,pickle, that's all I
want of you!" returned the sergeant
determnledly.
"Down It goes, then?' cried be. And
stuffing It Into his mouth It quickly diS-
appeared,-Illustrated Bits.

K -dsy -i Wsd ~




E.E. VOYLE
1IRE, BOND and
ACCIDENT INSURANCE,
Representlnr number ot prominent
4merlesn and Enulish companies.

Abstract & Realty Co0pm'ny,
I noorporaated]
B. E. VOILE, Manager.
Get an abstTact of title to land b efore
buying. After paying the purchase
money there is often no redress for tax
sales and uncanceled mortgages.

Manhattan "A" Typewriter.
NOT IN THE TRUST.
A HUNDREID-DOLLAR TYPE-
WRITER FOR $50.
Guaranteed for one year. Sold on
monthly payments at a slight ad-
vance to responsible parties.
Typewriter Ribbons for
various machines.
REAL ESTATE, DWELLINGS
AND LAND FOR SALE.


BETWEl;N
777'


Jackeronville anct
Calling at CHARLESTON, S.
Thile Fnet Steamships In the


Newv 'York,
C., both ways.
Coastwise Service


Olyde New England and southern Lines
Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
PROVIDENCE, and All Eastern Points,
Calling at Charleston both ways.
--I.S:)KI..1:a-X'E LY B -3LIT3FS
Southbound............ .. ...From ewis'. ..
orthbound...... ...From Foot atii., Jcksovil

SClydve St. Johns River Line
alrtween JAc KONltxLa and SANMFOftD
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Franels, Beresford (DeLInd), and Intermedii
pL.ndinga on St. Jobhns River .
sa.er ory OF JACKSONVILLE
e appointed to sail as ftohows


ea re 1 .. .. a o .s.v l
........ AtP 3 ia............ ..Leave
. i^ i . '.-for d, ) ....... .. ... .. 1. 3 l
*4s~oi A)iT ; T716......,..g .p u ii.... " ** .;;.. ^ i I ;
A~t^^ ::::::--::-1^ ^.^^-^-lima


ii'k' :'-- ".
II:'.1;


A, VAV 13, 1903




Air Line Railway.
ScatfnuL EmCTIvJ APls^ 1. iflB.
S 6 SOUTH DIiVISION I ON
9 00 p 1o p Lv ...................Jsa'konviiie...... ... .. .* a10 W a--.5 -l
o1 1 ...... P ................. d .. ............ 10 Sai t630a 4
11 40 ll3 p .... .......... W alo .6................. .. 0 i a .
... .7 p .. .....Key.......... .........
I ..... ...... ,................ Silver pring ............... .12 5.)
Sa ... ... ....... .. .......... .... ..... 3l 12 41
S ... ......... W ld .................... i ...... 11 5
6 p 7 46 ....... .................. Orlatido .............. . 00p
# 8i p1 a 14 ..... ... ............. DidoeM ty. ................. ,..., it o9p i0 3
Sl S .... .......... Plant .................. p
v J ac ktee.............. a... ............. .. ...P. l p
T i p:ll 4 a,.. .... ................ M anatee ............. ......... ......... 5p 7. ,
7 4t6: 1 p .... .... ...... ......... Sarasota ......... .... ....... a'2
6 00 p i ...... r...... .. .. ......... 'am a ................... ........ .... 9. WO p ,
VOUTHA.NDZ AST 1 34 1 61 WEST ANDNHW ORLMiANS I 1 57
Lv Jakanitllle ......... h45 6 750 p;.. a..'.. ,-vJtcka UVilie.....- ..... ..... 340p .6&A
tAr eFornand a.......... 1, Os 900 1p; ..... Arl]ake City....................... 5561 pli2U
Ar Brunswick s......... 10 pi P...... ArLiveOal ...................... 635p12u4p
Ar Ravaina&b........... 1lop l1150a....... ArMadtlsor ....................... 765pV2ip
fr ,.rf1xa......... ....... 1t i 09 4 a'...... . M onticello................. .... 10 p S;5-.
-Ar lfninark.............. 5 l.. .. ArTalahaee................. 940p p
Ar Colntmbit........... ... o p ; .. At Qu n y....................... ..... lp
&r U*mden..... ....... 70 ...... r verJuncton .............. .......5
Ar Hamlet .............. .. p 9 5p 80 a ...... &r P ns a ola.............................
Ar W tlmtriig on .......... ....... 1206p1 ....... Ar Mobile...................... ..... 5a
Ar ontbtera Plne......... i i36a ... Ar New Orltns......................... 7 5i
At aletkgh-....... ...I 153 0 .pl 45 Lll.... L caonv ........ ....... ... T
ArPor o lh............ 5 p .....Ar t worl.. S........ pAr........................ i
Ar RerhmondVa.......... 6 3 a 812p'...... Atlanta......... .. ............. 7 2,a
Ar tBwh rton............ t1o 0a 80SP . Chattanooga....................I.... top
Ar B l more ............ L l t U p ....... Nastville............................ 6,5P
ArPhlideIphia ........... l 36p 26 a ... St Louis............................ it; a
Ar2ew Tork............ 415 p f30 .. .. Chicago................................ 9 r
Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 81, except
Saturdays, from Gainesville.
Train No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Washington. Vesti-
buled day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe
dining car service from Jacksonville.
.. No. 66, Seaboard Mai], day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars be-
tween Jacksonville and Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleepers be-
tween Jacksonville and New York.
No. 65 connects at Starke for LaCrosse, Alachua, Willeford, Wannee and
intermediate points, and at Arener with Early Bird branch.
Nos. 66 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays
and Thursdays, 1 p. m.
. A. 0. MADONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
E. 0. COBB, Ticket Agent, Gainesville.



RESPONSIBLE COMPANIES,
.P 0 N T S CORRECTLY WRITTEN POLICIES,
Worthy of LIBERALITY or POLICY CONTRACTS
Consideration PROMPT PAYMENT or LOSSES.
We cover these important points and respectfully
solicit a share of your business.

Fire, Life, Accident and Health lilsurace.

-Agents for the-

) Victor Safe and Lock Company
0-iooLi=L=Lati, 01X0-io
The "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties contemplat-
ing the purchase of a safe, or anything in that line,
From a box to a bank 'ault, will save money
by consulting us. Call on or address,

I CUcHe AN & HILL,
S Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA





CLYDE LINE








I SlMU(G-3G ON INC1R&ASE..'
RITh AmAeriAp ourlst Try to Avoid
RJJH / ... AcuYstoms Duties.
E^UlOLkliL I I York 'May 12."-WillIam H. Thq
-- obald,. former special agint of the
g} 1 ARO 1Fro!m nO- treasury department, makes the stato-
meudt that more snuggling is going
'or Jenningl 0on 1cw thau tohre ha-.t bcen at aly
previous time Li the history of the
SGRAND JURY WAS DRAWN Ulted States government. Of hia
GRAN lY: WS. DR AN own personal knowledge, lt; said he
Sew of four p AS I neekltnos, no one.
it immtedItely to Work as Soon as of which was worth loss than $30,o<)0.
hey Recelved Charge From Jury, having been brought into the port ot
"urt Will Get Down 4. Business New York wihcut,, paying a tent ot
..duty.
C9 4Y, Flirther than .this, he said he kuiTy
11diffl ulties have been overoomne, of at least four linrus In Maiden Lan-
the regular sprin; term of the cir- that are engag.?d in the unlawliul tra,
aourt convened in this city Tues- fic, aonn that t p ,ace hi.1 h3.~ .
notwithstanding the fact that the upc, theu at a mwmont's nt ice.
Ludwig N!tsen, who has beetn'hI ci.i, a.
Ie Ia been subjected to. the pro- to go a:ca to hsing aOe.ellt a :mu
| of re-districting, and Alachua has thoroue h tuderst:. dung bctut'i tii
enl placed in the newly-created fOl'tl.u -,g, .is of. th. treat;!:, -
kthth circuit. pa tmr1tt and the dth eahlr ther;l le ;iys:
I[atters looked bad for a while Mon- anmu'glin a(n..g rneicha:nts is l"ss
y, ats far as the holding of this term than it ha ever been before I ket ^
,he court was concerned. Every- believe ther- are anuy large or re.pot
dy was satisfied with the re-district- sib]1 holu.:a that countenance it. oTe
g proposition, as well as the newly trade i c'UntlIe to ri.ther nIt-..(v
pointed officers for the district, but linei, and we can get a pretty gooil
.main point was the holding of the dea t when g n~ house does t!ud
.m of court. No action had been o-ut the ggli.ng y trav"lors has
ken in the matter by the Legislature, been _tiabily un tle increase. Itich
tjoh was necessary to act before the Americans go by thousands to Europ"e
b~ bould be ield. However, tele- every summer, and thte number of
lims were passed between the Sen- bhoSO who try to bring back diainuors
6, the Governor, the newly appoint- and other Jewels without paying duty
jidge and the Gainesville bar, is large mwd increasing, It many of
iobhresulted in the receipt of a tele- these people only knew t, they could
z authorizing the session of -the buy diamonds cheaper (with the duty
added) than In Europe, because the
Sls$onor Judge Wills met the merchants invariably charge the high.
RBa Honor Judge Wills met the est P-ices to the rich Americaus"
tubers of the bar, the court officials, t ce t the h A r
4su.mmoned jurors and the public World Wide Reputation.
the court room Tuesday morning at White's Cream Vermifuge has
4:45o'clock. Solicitor Calhoun was achieved a world wide reputation as
o& present. Hon. Syd L. Carter, so- being the best of all worm destroyers,
itorfor the Fifth circuit, in behalf and for its tonic influence on weak and
n, thrifty children, as it neutralizes the
the new eircult, of which, Alacirua acidity or sourness of the stomach, in-
unty had been a part, welcomed the proves their digestion, and assimila-
w officials. Hon. S.'Y. Finley, presi- tion of food, strengthens their nervous
ot, and W. W. Hampton, of the system and restores tinem to the
S s health, vigor and elasticity of spirited
ilesvillo Bar Association ; also natural tq childhood. 25c at Johnson
aDe addresses of welcome, which Bros.


ore well received. His Honor Judge
Ills and Col. Calhoun replied in most
leasing terms.
IJdge Wills announced that the
court would adjourn until 3 o'clock.
+The Court convened at 3 o'clock,
when the body proceeded to organize
.; the selection of the grand jury.
The jury, having been selected, re-
4lved the charge of the judge, which
was very impressive.
There being no further business, the
court adjourned until 9 o'clock this
kortning.
Following is the grand jury:
Ohas. K. Wood, foreman; WV. M.
Torley, W. H. Tucker, G. J. Waters,
a. L. Lanier, L. M. Taylor, C. L. Kite,
EL. H. Arnold, J. E. Bryant, E. D.
'Thomas, W. H. Ellis. H1. W. Tompkies,
'1. W. Bauknight, George Dampier, J.
a. Caldwell, 0, W. Stephens, I. T.
uninn, L. F. Polk.
There remained only two naknes as
petit jurors, and the clerk has been in-
strueted to issue a special venire this
morning to complete the list.
"G REATLY ALARMED
y a Persistent Cough, but Perma-
nently Cured by Chamberlain's
: Cough Remedy.
Mr. P. Burbage, a student at law
in Greenville, 8. 0., had been troubled
or four or five years with a continu-
)S0 cough which he says, "greatly
rtrmed me, causingme to fear that I
In the first stage of consumption."
C. Burbage, having seen Chamber-
"in's Cough Remedy advertised, con-
uded to try it. Now read what he
yef it: '"I soon felt a remarkable
hange' and after using -two bottles of
the twenty-five cent size*< was perma-
*ently iired." Sold by atil dr uggists
d -medi4L IcoImpaales.
Scarlet Faver on Shipboard.
"New Y:ok,:yor. May. ,12,-Scrlet teev
as broken onut upon. the receiving
slhip Columbla. at the Cob dock, New
aork navy yard There are over 1,000
-MtUorqa- ;b..rd.-ThtretofT he crew
l ite bewn taken down with the_ da-
a.e within a reek. The Columbia
Sacoommtodatloia for 600 aIlon
osly. M preset tey are herded to-
andthr ,. it Is stated, are on the
'I. otf' mtUny., .
Cur when 'Doctors Fal.
iM., Frank Chiassom, Patterson, a,
er In ery b4 form, was under
treatment by doctors, but as oon a I
ped taking tleitrmediclne the feter
aul4 etur. I used a sample bAttle
b (t'we hbotties whteh compete1te
*m. Itea) .teft.t) t@o Nen Oar


REFRIGERATORS
READ'S ODORLESS.
New Designs in All Sizes.

PALMER'S HAMMOCKS
A Full Assortament, Includlln
his Latest Patterns.
WATER COOLERS,
FREEZERS, and All
Spring and Summer
Specialties.
BAIRD HARDWARE OOMPANY

W h N 0 t
and tU other frult- and veoetsbles fto t h
or colod, a afeo( aoet bat the veiy.
trait rr or tole t i t It u we Ui
0F roh. U Id ozplt 41
for ore 0 ir douar s a taOiped ev.rq
sent to y aee. by expr ouy order
will a i 8n0,l a n t aunoee for
reftund th money wat to l the
people bat ore Itatotl .i f owe to
tttree urlt*f y n WaNQo
used. Am ad bap.r ft
Ont f you M 1 o b o*a t eiU eUvtye
body you 1 t. o owl and
let tbhemSad Mot ike od UB a frm
white obap.uf:0@, ]u Uotafte& foray oa0 to
who 1l aUkai4l about amte new ad God'emt
dwo r.l t e04i.= 'I( tt a
an613bod i #artyoiseat MR atof for thO
mairet or your own use. tn4 e =0 szmiy
order If oonvenient. If mi t iri1twve leser, to
. J. WI. A CearK e.
W aQ 0-


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cigar that
them all at


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STe XLawest lOllnr lranld
of lend Is the sworelr.
"a Valid s the Stwker's JvlKincN.


WE


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PRINTING


PRICES LOWEST
WORK UP TO NOW
IT'S UP TO YOU


THE DAILY SUN
GAINESVILLE, FLA.


Gainesyille & Glf Railway Company

THOSE FRUlTA VBEGETAB L ROUTS
OP FLORIDA,


Time Table in effect January 4. 1902.
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800
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STATIONS.


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... 4 okesan. .. ....
..... Manmpy .........
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.1*


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No. 8.
Pally.,


Ar. PM Ar P !
::::':.: : l ;


9 46
4s )0
+ +
s. 0: I


* iJ/I~r


8 40
8 25
#1 1
(


No, 5,
Dattly
R a 0


Ar IM

S 11
1 $00
6
as


4 12
460
r00o
4511
446
400
400
2 SO
1 so
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LA DIES
A'~ !?('
'V "^ i ti,i..i^


Y


our hmspection is reiutsted .
of the nw .


)OROTHY


DODD


Fit for a tQueen.


n. M. (HITT4 (0.


slOIsH IFOu MEN, LA.
DIES ANDI ('HIIILIUN.


S':ST Ali1ti Sl M 1886

SAlacicliua tCounty


Abstract CoV,
B. R. COLSON, manager,
(UAINESVILI.E, .FLA.

Th' questhol of Titlue a
first t cotnidhrathli for the


Abstract of Title
T'o any piece of rland IIn i
A Acliaihitii onity) furnihliled


TAXIN RiETURNED)
ANt. 1 Al1)
And m all Iimatterm ,onlei'trn.
I1 Ithe rehmf l aim|il( ofr l ull .
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JTss ~RaS ne H C my Editor
g:: W. Ma.ws 'd.asrm ?is, aoN, ,

IO PAIAxL Sua.ibliqbvornmorning ex-
0p4IktnMoud. delivereda by oarrMer I the city.
iar loed to a"r af's o-thelt4eO States.po .
e '.tr.ee, fort Ias aer;tS six months: *I.2
sl e...- o.as- : .or o for five weeksa-
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a ti for 't siolM ~J. ad 6 census for eacb ad-
Re to~,r' 'i i dvenrthli made Ukown
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ed as a *- eesor to WMr. Tyner. he ewd
terms that would look very ugly in
print. Mr. Payne's ai ut-d i'digu.a
1o40 i(, of'( coures, intended to impress
the Prcsident with his sir.cerit$ and is
aimed only at men whose friendship
the Po0master Generat regards a& no
longer of value.
The greatest in terest has been creat-
ed in Washington by the reports
received from St. Louis regard-
ing the prominence and apparent pop-
ularitS of ex-President Cleveland,
who received q(ite an ovation. At the
banqiet given by the Louiqana Expo-
sitimn officials to the .VWhiigton cor-
re-sponidents, at which your correspond-
ent was present, Mr. Cleveland made
a speech in a strain entirely r:ew to
him rand which was variously inter-
d VAIIV nt.N. 9.. t fr,. V ld ilt


fT Twieo --Wsek unt li e tn ^ehr' e. was a bid for newspaper poularity and made with a capacity of 50 tons. Such
(oP~drq nllto l~e~r, published everN Mftn-
da ai Thursday, arx conttu. all the eOt "l-tLed upon tli ,.fact that M r. cranes will lift a loaded freight car,
mBWl of the week. local, state and gen- jClov -I n fL dIo t. kilke atdvatage of the smaller engines and even large
*r , alt wi be malted. tplataee free, to any tIha wIa ati ar )itiouUs opportuniiy to engines when the easily detachable
l othe Uited v tatorCaa or deqny hi& desire for the Denmocratic parts are.removed.
STyear-i adTvance. _-_....... nominationn. Others, however, re- *
All advertixtl blls become due after first garded Mr. Cleveland's remarks as
Parane tof advertiement.uulesrAotStrwie merely an appeal for friendship with-
sp~tiated in lectract. Partle uot known to out any political significance whatever
"t1 Ibe "4utred to ip for advertfminf In ad ,'" d To Itself
4 torpao T eiDAs in n ard hinted to the ex-President's re- I J s f
GA.usaUsA.N. Fi. marks on Dedication Day, which were
S .of a more religious character than any In what it is and what it does-con.
WASHINGTON LETTER. he had ever made before. This con- taiingthe best blood-purifyig,
tingent argued that Mr. Cleveland was
(From Our Regular Correspnldent.) getting old, tnat he desired to be at alterative and tonic substances and
Washington, May 12.-To the con- peace with all men and to obliterate a effecting the most radical and per-
sternation and disgust of the adminis- certain antagonism which had long manent cures of all humor and all
ivation, the Porto Rican smuggling existed between himself and the mem. eruption, relieving weak, tired,
sandals will not down. Mall advices bers of the press. The older Demo- languid feelings, and building up
of the situation-and sentiment in the cratic correspondents were all pleased,
island are now beginning to arrive and however, with the enthusiasm with the whole system-is true only of
rveal an ugly feeling, which has not which Mr. Cleveland was greeted, Hood's Sarsaparilla
oonbet equaled sincee it was decided that maintaining that it should be, viewed No other medicine acts like it;
hth Porto Bicans were not American from its broad side as an indication of o other medicine has done so
iltisons. It seems that Mr. John S. growing Democratie enthusiasm and much real, substantial good, no
Sijord, chief of the internal lpvenue was far more partisan than personal. other medicine has restored health
beau, ordered the prosecution of It appears that in his recently pub- and strength at no little cost.
Captain Dunlop, Robert Giles and lished report General Miles presented "I was troubled with screfula and eame
Oaptain'Mets in the absence of Treat- one subject with which the large ma' near lasing mu eyesight. For four months I
orer Wllioughby, but he alleges, by jority of the arnky and naval officers could not see so do anything,. After taking
SMr. Willoughby's orders, When Mr. agree, viz., the necessity of fortifying two bottles of Hoeod's arsaparilla 1 could see
Wflloughby returned to San Juan he Manila harbor. It is agreed that if ould ee a when I her." Staken A. Ht bottles I
made public n emphatic denial of theSpaniards had taken the precau- To~., Wthers. N. C.
* Il ord's allegations and the latter tion to properly fortify this excellent, Hood's Sareaparita promises to
lImnediately resigned.. His resigna- land-locked harbor and emplaced a cure and keeps the prom lso.
tlon was promptly accepted and the few batteries with modern and effect-
peopel are indignant beyond expres. ive guns, the history of Admiral EZ A
a. .: at what they regard as Lhe forcing Dewey's attack utilnl the Spanish
Out of an official who perforni.d his fleet night have been very different, a W EM -
duty without fear or favor, because he view sustained by the Admiral him- and all Skil Diseases cured by


refused to be party to (lthe favoritism sitlf a ndl it Ig pritutcal1y asaurud t It rata
of the American administration and Congress will boe trtngly urged to A
anllify the prosecution of ofllers be-- plruvid, funds for the prolpr protcc- 1 AE -S LV
Oange of their rank arid intflenct. tion of Manila bay. The mist healig salve in the world.
Another feature of the incident SomeI skClticiim was t xxprtssd by, The O Sato d "Stlek To it."
whioh has excited Ihe bltterest corIL- the lt'Democratic ipre.an whe'n the itnni- .eo. L. Heard, of High Tower. Oa. writes
anent i a ommunicatiti fronm ecn.- e i* ws passd tire body. Undo ta O tment ObYofour family
tary Moody in which he intitate.d thilt 'iCongres ai.d, while no definite d.- prysldn he got wome as he could not sleep
an Juan was likely to lose Ihe navitl fti wetre itd out at the tne orthe burning and tcA n.hin We used abo t
Ban Jul Was lil*ly to lose tile linvill f gt wen r t NJ oil t tat the tille", t fitDANNKR BALvB hi and by the time it
-ttlo itt is propposed to establish kti,.t lm now aUppears to have \)ll eenwagosehewoswll.l hebdoctorts"i piJtwas
c Curing him saldi stlik to it for It is doing him
there if the prosecution of th- smng- warirati(td. it has jutit- la--ni discovered tuoregoeodthan anythingI have donefor hI.* "
Sgles was persisted in. Thit ,trongeIlt that ltthe ill Citailis a clause provid- GUARA&NTEED. P 25 Cet I
objection isr made to tLhe ninimnizIng, ing taltt skilled labor mity be admitted
by the memitber of the eal tilt, of toiw. witti to i lloiploytd latior of its kind Nohl by I. t'. Wallate' *Drug tore.
extent of thesmiugglinlg, which, it is can be, found in this country, and the .....
claimed, atnounited to not "a few Treasury 'epartntett eflicials main-
elgarsand a few bottles of wine," but tiin that this 01 llitin the prohibition
to hundreds of boxes and cases of of the importation of contract labor
t these luxuries. Hobart S. Bird, edit- when the condition outlined exists,
or of the San Juan News, has beeL thus leaving the importation of con-
fined $20.and seentenced to five days in trnet labor dependent on thl judgment
joil for contempt of court because he of the immigration officials.
alleged partially in the decision of the ---- .11.
aourt, and the wholo of jb San Juan State of Ohio, City of Toledo, t s
section is in a fever of indignation at F Chorey a h
the high-handed proceeding., is senior partner of the firm of F. J
Representative Loud has comn to heey & Co., doing business in the
Washington evidently to protect his Cit of Toledo, County and State afore.
friend, Mr. Macheiu, superintendent of sail, and that said firm will pay One
the Division of Free Delivery, from Hundred Dollars for each and ever
the current postotflce investigation. case of Catarrh that cannot be cure
Mr. Loud's imethtx of accomplishing by the use of lal's (': tarrh Cure.
this end Is uniqu., llu is not attempt. Sworn to before mei and subscribed .
ing to mininlite ;the extravagances of in my presence, this lifth day of 1)e-
Mr. Machen's administration, but is comiber, A. 1. 1-StO. FaM0s ll0182r ot
endeavoring to create the -impremssion. W tA t i,,,bli.-, GenerfleO pIst;
that this has arisen purely out of th otry Famous ll oer
importunities of Congremtt' and d- d t. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern.
feeot in the systelu which a reorgani- ally, and aots direcdtly on the bhlod and lheWld.
nation of methods will rectify, imply- inuouts surfaces ofI the system. Send
iTg that Mr Maehen will be all right for lestimonials, f.1 t. ale b
F. J. C sxv" & tA1. T oledo, 0). A br
in his present position if the system i Sold by all H rugites 75a. ALL LEADING DEALERS
corrected. Stetat r Lodge hlas tturged Hall'ai Family Iills are the best.
upou the lo tmaatter (einral the ox- --lo
en of .u lig Mr, Mehen Terror has struck the dukes, who
because he fears the effect of the tcan- owilt the grou l whitgh i telt Planters ad Growers of Long
dals upon the puiHitical future of the
Sporty, but Mr. Payn, who describe great Britain in favor of taxing build- Staple Sea Iland Cotton will find
hlmself as "'no spritbg chicken," i do- tig sites, exclllsivt, of improvements,
detennined to make no more enemies to the ful anountl f thir rentl it to their interest to commnuni.
than he is obliged to, and is as loath to value.
*iUspndordischarge Mr. Mahen as heli A Farre-r Siraightned Out. cate with TE CAI N AAND
was to tall for Judge Tyn.ur's. or Mr. "A man living on a farm near here BARKLEY COMPANY Chlea.
Chritlianty's resignation. I.Ike all caite in a short time ago completely
men of his stamp, however. Ir. doubled up with rhentuaniismi, I hand- ton. S C.
Pa00ne will be unable to find words with ed him a bottle of Ch(am.'erlahi's Pain
which to expresalh contempt lfor Mr. Palmn and told hitm t to Ie it frelty and ...... ...
a)el u If. a.s ateNultof the dicov. it not satisfied after timing it he need E .....---- ...-..--- --
g es of ? orur Aaletatit bosa ter 1a o C- E. T. ALLEN, N. D., Ph. D.,
SBristow, the Prmsident do- days later he walked in o the store as O4lOULIf A2 AJUIST.
7 ll asthean' diaiaM~l. This was straight as a *trin g ad handed me a -
a* ~Iroed d rlear, aflu aMe another bottle (A ntIjB a Ro #fefti x. ..r'ear
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Drew.rs of T famous s5dwelwiB.e Mtohelob.
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Standard. Ezport Vale and xioulatt.
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tor doi@ the Company ho4 Itselt responsible for any delay or anu, cousequen<.e aatnhere

KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
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In Effect April 16, 1903. -
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It is said that almost every adt in
anchqria carries an Amn#rican dollar find a positive ad M
watch* am uses hirelf all evening SC
winding it up. ..

No person who favors a reduction of A
the tariffon trust-made goods can logi-
cally vote tor the Republican candi- --t W5 PraO"'ft.S
date, whoever he may be.
.... 1 This n:mut not be Judged by thbe saxe stand-
W4d a* alcobo bwe$e wthtoice"
President Roosevelt has degenerated tlad asl a.Icoolie bvrles 1with ~oaic'
into the baby-kissing type of office- title.. %alt.vtrctin hlas 14.60% of egaitoe
seeker. Few men have proved a snutritle extractt and less theft of alcohol.
greater disappointment to their Ip absOlutely a unon.ito:0l*lt and pos.*
friends., A50tively .trengthening and Invigorating.
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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILE FLORIDA MAY 131903


j: 1 1'OPY .-OF THE BILL... MARCUM'S SLAYER TAKEN.
Many Are Desirous of Information Curtis Jett Arrested, Charged with
Relative to New Circuit. Assassination.'
Aa groat many of our readers are. Lexington, Ky., May I.-The cap-
t s to the bill recently pased ture of Curti, Jett, charged with the For 20 Years as Led
ignota to the i assassination of J. B. Mare-im, in Jackl. 3 OacX W ait .
by the Legislature re-districting he s Ma ao s Bccomplishd withn- -
ceiteeEhdsson Mom..ay, was accomplished with-
State and creating the new Eighth di- ou bloodshed at 3 o'clock Sunday
trict, o which Alachuacounty is a part, morning. He is now in the Clark For e b J o
we herewith produce the bill as a mat- county jail at Winchea.te.-.
tr of general information to the pub- Bearing a wy"rrant whiho had been
lie: sworn out by Sma Jett, ancio of the
"An Act to Divide the State of Florida accused. Sheriff MeOhord, a:nd a pose -^- ^
Into Eight Judicial Circuits, and for of seven t inchester at midnight
the Appointment of Judges and Sunday. Reaching Jacfs n's ferry,
Stte Attorneys Therefor. 1 es disttit. at .i a m. uIn., y tI
SBeit Enacted by the Legislature of tir 1 g 'x the
Kentitc y rlvk: uo M a ouon t-unnty in
the State of Florida: h caao7lsl b In r c' !oot to
"Section 1. That there shall be the hune of M1:'. A ManRn. JUtt -
eight Judicial circuits in and for the 1not.(c, ti_ frrrm t1, :ry. St
Stateof Florida, and there shall be of tie ( n< v, -t:ti rou f
eightcircuit judges and eight State the d,'-.,' n.! She; .T :.tCthrd aud,,l ,1 '0 e
attorneys, who shall be appointed by Leiuty ,rM ar.ac tn front
Sthe Governor and confirmed by the (1)' a1 :' .dt. J. :;os othr
Senate, and who shall hold their office Snoile-,I. ',,l after soMne l; lEy Wd- 1 en W e HV ,it
for the term provided by the constitu- ;i'l tlHat t'iuts was v-it!, Th.
Stion; provided that the seven circuit a ~~. ':,, a, W believe that td
judges and State attorneys holding of- t, ith ts : r f and said that wou f udrer(i m// i (. ,/,.
fice at the time of this division shall ivo r., t ro;iW!(, iea thingg ui'iier his every anot in (ei' u ,,?
continue to exercise jurisdiction over pillow I(P ,!r<. r; d t h'is p)uIais an'1 (d a16cah t'('k w( wiil / :
their existing circuits as constituted at itu r.I i it )vr to hi, tu1.th. r to (co e
the time of this division, until the Heo r..' o rt of rosis-anco and w'cek's rg'tU t i judge and State attorney of the addi- was Wa.11 lei :In j:l at Winhitster.
tiona ircuit shall have been quali- TO THE
fled. CASE Of FRANK BARNETT. DRESS
"The circuit judges and State attor- Alabaman CharZed with Taking Gov.
neys holding offices at the time of this ernment Funds.
division, shall severally continue in Washinton., May 12,-l further In.
office until the expiration of their ex- vestlgntion of the case of Frank M.
isting terms of office as judges and Barnett, a. clerk in the bureau of eth.
State attorneys of the circuits respect- nology, from Alabama, who was ar-
ively in which, under this division, the rested Saturday charged with steal-
1ounty of their residence may be in- Ing money from the government dis-
eluded; and a judge and a State at- closed the fact that his method was to
torney for the additional circuit shall opn flctltious accounts, crediting cer.
be appointed for a term equal to talin names with alleged services ren-
be appointed or a ter equal to dered to the bureau.
the unexpired term of the other The accounts would be passed tn
iirouit judges, upon this division being the regular way, and checks d~awn
made, when the circuit court of this for the amounts Barnett would then
additional circuit shall have jurisdic- Intercept the checks. The total Gum
toon overall circuit court cases then thus far procured was $500.
pending in the various counties comin- -
posing this additional circuit, and no Too Great a Risk.,
civil or criminal case, pleading or in- In almost every neighborhood some-
dictment shall abate, be quashed, dis- one has died from an attack of colic or
cholera morbus, often before medicine
missed or defeated in any of the cir- could be procured or a physician sum- l-
cuits by reason of this change in cir- rnoned. A reliable remedy for these
cuits or divisions of the State into diseases should be kept at hand. The
eight judicial circuits; but all cases risk is too great for any one to take.
in y Of tie herein Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
now pending in any of the herein es- D)iarrhoea Remedy has undoubtedly
tablished may be maintained and saved the lives of more people and re-
prosecuted in the circuit cotrt in such lieved more pain and suffering than
circuit where same are pending any othe medicine in use. It ea al- I
"Section 2.-That the First judicial all druggists and medicine companies.
circuit shall be composed of the coun- .-.... .
ties of Santa Rosa, Esenm hi, Walton, rristown N. J. May 12- rl Dead.
Holmes and Jackson. C:uno. the il..d man. and wnrblrr,
"Section 3.-That the Steond judi- w ho ,,in '..s i-::, ,,' ma n an :hbo ornitholof
cial circuit shall he composed of the l. ,;. H.,, had ((in employed '
counties of Liberty, Calhoun, Frank r'c(.;;t'.' :.; n ;'.I ry nt NorriA4 PlainTs,
lin, Gadsden, JeffTeron, Wakulla and a(i v. .1 <,i hi's way there when he NoTr-When n ,nn tdy
Leon. I,, n'.,' a l. di aing hIs spine s he get ti O le t-
"Section 4.-That the Third judicial at the rrn :. ;. was about 4.5 yftrii'
circuit shall be comp0osd of the coun, cl } wa birn inl (Orina.ny. hut. World." made l.y 1it, itnmin
ties of Madison, Tnylor, Lafayette, be had li, in th os. & Co. of .y aory
Hamilton, Suwannee and Columbia. yea r., lie elfi"d to know morad garm. & o. oear liti htite
n.--That the Fourth judicial about hi (:s. the;r life,l halbits and garnwosts bear th;I; lttbl l
"Section 6.-That the Fourth judicial anatomy thtn any nmaa In this coua-
circuit shallIbe composed of the coun- try.
ties of Nassau, Duval, Clay and St. -------- YrtC
Johns. For Over Sixty Years A ui-
"Section[6,-That the Fifth judicial Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
ties of Marion, Citrus, Hernamdo, Sum- Itsooth the hilo. softens the. gua.
t a allays all pkin. eu wind colic, and
,ter and Lake, is the bt remedy for diarrhea Twen- ..
"Section 7.-That the Sixth judicial ty-flve. cents bottle. Sold by all drug.- h+
OLrecuit shall be composed of the coun- gists throughout the world. Take The AT
HlUlboro, Lee and Monroe. C'arlotte, N. C, May 12.-There has
"Section 8.-That the Seventh judi* been important development In news. FOR ALL
cial circuit shall be composed of the paper circles here, On the beels of a V
Seounties of Volusia, Brevard, Orange, the anouncemnent of The Oblejver t jT l 4. t i
Dade and Osceola. cofPany .that they propose tarting J -.or J <
"Section 9.-That the Eighth judicial a. ft'ernoor paper comes the report ^J s1
circuit shall be composed ofthe coun- ta brisher Itl .ly 1 o b
ties of Alachua, Bradford, Levy, Put- thooshly re(iabl ource that a com. ap T
nam and Baker. pany of the leading business men ot 'ne th
"Section 10.-That this act shall y city l proposed and 'If the plaMn Tit
take effect immediately upon ita pass- on foot are carried out a morning Depart Por (


age and approval by the governor, paper will be started at once -s- --
"Approved May 7th, 11)At." AR a10--' .. ym v .ri
A Little Early Riser Terminatedwith an ly et on the
Now and then at bedtime will eure legof a B. Ortr, Franoha Orove, the. 12T t .l
constipation, biliousness and liver It developed to a stubborn. tiner wn- Dasly -J t
troubles. DeWitt's Little Early yielding to doctor and rem de for
Risers are the famous little pills that ur years Then dliklen'. Aorhat, afpy rla
ure by arousing the secretions, mov- -al4h. ecKrt.n tsJsonan d forBrn s, Dttly
ing the bowels gently, yet effectually. ald Skin Eruption Pe --- i Hi Hrin
and giving such tone apd strength to at all drg stores. 4 +
the glands of the stomach aud liver pars GOreen -ln Cbbse. .. ', ...
that the cause of the trouble is re- w, chester, Ky., .My 12,S- rl 4S4 I
moved entirely, and If their use is con- Wla.. K o MaY Toman aornaby at 4 -4a
tinued for i few days, there will be no ettlldrv of 4t,. Thomas Horameb at#
'tumtr of the emnplaint. Sold by 'y of cabb1 0a( SB od iford & Mo -ollum- a hizcki teMr. a --Y y.t e n. ,fat .-'- : .a. 7 ........
Was Starved to Death. M or Bta.U, <* ea Is to a ertal i Ilg
YOungtow18, 0., May .2-8ta A xaUiuaon owed
f to deathh" was the vrdlct of phy- A eof p tre uI which h ..
teCla1 toalJ4 tou examitue ort Rob. I t r VIT* at Paris r I waMr ba. S S i

reas f atS s hatUs U4 Den't Re" la ct Old Ag .
awa,not V %Ar a ,,any a 1 w ., m t al wh a 0, n ri b .s to orDE.te lte
s old 404r. ^^'r$0
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WHITE'S CREAM
[SlVERMIFUCEl

al WonnrmerselesI. 5
JAMES P. BALLARD, St. LLouls.
hsu Bion OSA. rainesvilleLa
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to.Talk To.
nM1 in Ei !ne'.r'll' w/ a ( ci t/hin; firi-'
Ine i t ( c p ,sitiv'E Jtc in the 'lI.-<- th(it
,/il (Join" striof ht to us ,f.,r' l// /h,' (!/l,,1 'n(f .
( lit/l.h (r tUmfallEIt ( fhi .eot, '/f(,'. '//is


IAN WHO WANTS TO
ECONOMICALLY.


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Buying tho best is the caseneo
of true economy. Good clothing
is cheaper than poor elothing-mno
matter what th respective prices
may be.




We sclf t h br'st clothing that
<' ith,' priec arce Ciof hiw/h--iIn fcr:el-
/lent ti for for ihcr bshim4s. or
dr'sus 'wear e M,,i,'st 14t1 qf $12,N), fifnti it wil
outi'r Y( l.yt twco 'uit thrtf rtli-
'i/ "/,r'S nt# s 1 //fior (aout t/A~e salftme
mn.inn, int i t wil! rt'etirn Its
. / ltl l 'r/ir ln i ,', i f / 1 f/ (tfrr I' t/t ( I .'t /' <1{l
/ r/' ut wit' /,, it 'nfl r, niI lldf' of
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L EARTHLY POINTS

io vll l 11 w M ,,s< l"i, a tVa
Actnvinue 1 th e st V or

and Unsuwrpas(led Service
p in effett April 14, 190.


Alf -NA4VILLE
gs, Nitwberry sad Intemr-
mediate Pqints.
eeburg and Tampa, and

Ipsytons.. Jack.tvihlsm
ih, East and *rt
s, Havarmath, attt all I',inilt
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Highest Mprket Prices Paid.



416I to 421 t lsJ u i ,
MA VANM(AN l AOiOI A

MAX KRAUSS


E. A. WEIL & CO., E
WHOLE.SAL E SHOES
O All, sowlr .t

pair wur-s te4,


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One Cent a Worl,
Advertilements of ten wor ora more tti*4
this head Inserted for One Cen a WwA4 gMl
In aidvanO., IiIoh In ertion,
Pleta e answer asdvertla0otent a* ad4rleai
In the advertilsmene.
The confidenrue of ail parsdn0 tlr attr at
ttoes asign l with '1lt0tta 'will be, .vRp4etid
Their names will not Kbetvan to.ipnuiter.

DO YOU wsUt a stew nmAwiuiftht ItkSo4?Olg
buy 1il you n uh avSen me. 1 e06 0*!
money. I kIeo m1 handi the be*O4 bOP o I
needlea, a tu ewoint uiliIdnxttrorW l
of umaoblhes. Old m hneilel taok a
to $000onl- a IInchines l c *
prloo. Call onof o dtlrtoes G. A. w.T ,
awont The (nier Mrtr Co.. PO. 0.
UtilesvllleI, ra, 4-t awtf ,

I 1V YQ1T wits sni>iv,-tvt,--now job printt t .
TO 8 va S llKoffl qb 14 ithviuo th (oHto lIt.



.(latl us11lk Tianos,

NOTED: FOR SEETN'ES AND PUlCI-
TV OF TOXE, POWER AND
1U RABllLITY.

l|est htano fot thin tryli otllantO, xtlundi
utinv I oirt
l.p toi dtAow In over
dt ttnll d Un.

Sold by us couttinuoualy for
OVER THIRTY TWO YEARS
without a single failure. If you
wait n piano for a llfotlmAQ'
sorvion buy the
Math1xuihe kI T
lPrih'ces li low a Ik oOimisttt(it with uaibty
fnsh or on oa, tormn. uml nt on Ibtitaye'
tritl, Wo Iay frohtht. Writo
for iwloem 'T\I)AY.



Ludden Bates

Southern Music House,
SAVANNAH, -GA
JOHN Q. MURPHY, Mgr.
ESTABLIEMIIi IN70



FarminglImplements


Nails, Irn Wire, Pp, t-

ioght illh Car Bts. SoI illany


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WAX,
YUW00I,


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fae "Little' Doing Mioiday It

ruoad1s- bil: has at lastt t been
4 'gS ced. being presented in the
t Monday afternoon by senator
eWilliamr The bill provides that
i hiie trustees of the Internal. Itmprove-
pt bd shalil be e -off icio, a board
; iotnmni9,oners of State roads. This
boar4 is empoWered to adopt, create,
pln,Oestsblish, construct and build a
Hm (or pavfe, maeadariized roads
o'o-the^r hard surface State roads con-
sitoting the principal eitiu' of the
01-teatei:east and west, north and south.
The 8tate Trea urer shall keep -ant
ci.ount of fund designated "State and
iU.. od.utund., :
:his fnd will receive money from
thefollo wlhigsource : ,All moneys now
In the I'ternal Improvtement Fund, all
I.ands granted to-thoe State, known as
Swliasmp and overflowed land, except
thosee i.n the Everglades or Okeochobee
|| ttlret, reserved for drainage pur-
|poses; expenditures and disbursements
-made by the State in criminal prosec.u-
titons, all revenue derived by theio State
:i romtho ieimpolitio of licenses per-
,'.inltting uon-rpefidltnts i. liLunt in the
Rik.-;Statu, the residue of the money re-
'1^ ceived by the Sta,'! in the Indian war
i! 'plaim, after liaymont hf all appropria-
Lions therefrom, all moneys received
front the government in nid of good
S roads constructionI; also voluntary
contributions,
'Thu bill also provides that State con-
rvjets, after the, expiration of present
lease. hall be employed in building
Athte roads.
Other new bills introduced include
t' e followingg:
B$y Senator 0arson-To provide for
the ivtleyigatio n of diseases among
domestle animals,
by Senator Dinick-To repeal law
oreatingg county court, and one to ea-
tablish a criminal court of record; al.
so to regulate the taking of fish in St.
i" oele river.,.
S By Seontor Kirk-To .authoriso the
B Board of Oounty Commisaloners of
Oitrue county to transfer balance In
fneo and forfeiture fund to roads and
ri.rgeldges aouut.
Under consideration of bills on third
; reading, Senator Butler's bill requir.
Ing the Governor to appoint a State au;
I-' totr a~ asis6tatit was reached. Sen.
pr Butler made a clear and forceful
*': planation of the bill, after whloho it
i' Ws passed. by a vote of 19 to 11.
it, senator McCaskill's bill giving Conn-
ty judges power to hold inquests was
.also passed.
S senator Brown's bill, to amend sec-
tioni 9 of an act to re(' i companies to fence their tracks, r.-
-il oelved favorable cotisideratlion. The
Sbil seeks to provide, for a substantial
n' fene. The vote was--yeas 24, nays 6.
The necessary legislation providing
for tho times of holding court and the
S drawing of jurors in the new Eighth!
S judcia] circuit, which passed the
SHouse this morning, were passed In
the Senate, and will become laws in
t. time for the holding of court this
week.
'* The Senate has passed the House
-bill to prohibit the sale of cocaine or
e., salts. -
i Also a bill to compile a history of
S thie soldier. of Florida serving in the
i aIndian, Mexican and war between the
latest. -
S: In the House.
S New bills were introduced in the
S House as follows:
-\ - By Mr. Feagie of Oolumbia-'To
amend section 2 of nia act relating to
the ununicipal charter of Lako City.
S By Mr. King of Datde-To repeal
1-.. chapter 44241, L.aws of Florida, organ-
sltug a county court in Dade county ;
also to establish a criminal court of


... record in Dade4county.
By Mr. Wells of Hlillaboro-To
tend section 814. relative to the.
| petice of pharmacy in the sale ofr
p5olon itt towns of .NW population and
.upwa d
y:' .. .y Mr. 8t. Clair-Abrams of Lake-
prescribe limitations of liens -of
t'n: dgments.
S. By Mr. Hopklng of l.-on--To in-
k -,Ose anud define the duties of States
::-;i ly: r Blranton of Taylor-,-Tro
a.; e iad act presribing lthe eomen.
s' s5tof witteses ain certain cues,.
i Mth Wao! f Putnam-To anted
ation 7 oofl chapter. 014, to regulate
hiih olding of primary elections.
SDr. S prague of Putnatu-To
I lm -the oeaus taken by the.Town
lti ofr Creent Ott*i' in Mareh,

.tmanmupelf P or t--kt ^..


How absaCss in the e
piln Titcs o0 *Mrs. m liuger
was orv vcd without a surgical
operati':,
I ha'-l r'.. a.'r:;S in s mmy s(ide in
the f tabpo. tubo. (the fallopian
tube is a c nnoctilon of the. ovaries).
I suffered t..told misery and was
so wea( I couid scarcely got arouncL
The sharp burning poins low down
in ny sid :' wero terrible. 1My physi.
cin said thero'"wa; no help for me
unless I V r;, to the hospital
a3rd ItW (' ',r td. OnJ. I thought
before t)iit, I vI ld try Lydia E.
pi~n~ch~tI.i.,i "V* t ,,ot'1)le Coin jpuxd
whi-h, t .-prtu o'y, Y did, and it has
nm:ide n: a i;,l, hel.lhy woman
My advice to a!l women who suifier
with any kind, of femilo trouble is
to commence taking Lydia E.
Plnkhait's Vegetable Compound
at Once."-IMfrt. Ift&. S-or.LLINCa,-i,
Stilvidco, Ohio0-#soofor/f'.t If orlglna of
a6oa tter prouving gn#1menW aswot beproeduoed.
It would seem by this tatte-
meat that women woald save
tlisne and much sicknea if they
would Fet Lydia ., Piikhame
Vegetae Compound at once,
and also write to Mmr. Plnkham
at ILynn Maa., for apedal ad-
vice. It la free and always helps.
No other -person can gvie such
helpful advice as Mrs. Pinklmia
to women who are sick.

license tax of $3,000, one-half to be
paid to the counties of the State in
which such licensed express company
i doing business. The bill also pro-
vides that an additional license tax
may be assessed by towns and cities
as follows: In cities with 15,000 in-
habitants or more, not exceeding $80;
10,000 to 15,000, not exceeding $25;
5,000 to 1,000 population, $20; less
than 1,500 population, $5.
Mr. Riversn bill designating the thne
for holding court in the Eighth judi-
cial circuit was passed and certified to
the Senate.
The Wastes of the Body.
Every seven Jays the blood, muscles
and bones of a man of average size
lost two pounds of wornout tissue.
This wasle cannot be replenished and
the health and strength kept up with-
out perfect digestion. When the
stomaTch and digestive organs fail to
perform their functions, the strength
ots down, health gIves way, and dis-
ease sets up. Kd 'ol D -yspaia Cure
enables the stomlah and digestive or-
gans to digesLt ad d.Aiimilate iall of the
'wholesome food that may be eaton
into the kind of blood that rebuilds the
tissues and proteoe the health and
strength of the mind and body. Ko-
4dol ures Indigestion, dyspepsia and
all stolmaoh troubles, It is an ideal
g tonic. Sold by Bodiford A Me.
Oollum.
THE BAND WILL PROSPER.
Meeting ot That Orlantlation Was
H*ld Monday Evening,.
It iW an absolute certainty thgt with.
in the next few weeks (aine'ville will
be sporting one of the best amateur
bands in the State. The btyshavte
gone into the matter properly, and are
sure to receive the support of our oit.
sena.
A meeting of the new members of
the band wa held at the rooms over
Hroone's store Monday evening, when.
the welfare of the band who diseusm-
vd. There was a groat deal of enthtt-
slasm manifested, and those present
agreed to enter the work with a will
which means nothing but suOOcs,.
J. K. Abrnie, one ofthe most .or-.
petinit musicians in the State, has ac
oipted the position of leader, and
says that he will have the. boys in pco*
sit ion to gives a public concert not later
than September I. Considering that
the great majority of the member are
"green," this time will be considered


remarkably short.
For Those Who Liviv on Farms,
Dr. Hergit, .Pana; 111, writes:. "t
have used itallard'* Snow LiAnimentl
always recomnmendlt to mi friends, as
I am confident there im no bttler made4
It is a dandy for burn*." Tho'e Wbo-
live on fatrm aro eipwcially liable to
many accidental cuts, baura am
bruises whieh hal rapidly when l1-

lardt Sow Lnl~~nt pl(. I
a 4 -laybkPlt^t3 t


:Brfot always expected ai encore,
Sno matter where or what be ang, and
I ot: was n t forthcoming be was off l0 .'. ', :L" .
a rage instantly. In some small town Zp W)Sti b te r
.be sag is fawrite song. "Coon e GenW. folfu o o l keti ae
till," a serenade from DonlzettT's "Don l diton. The way is to take an occaional
Pasqunale, w4ith unusual care an doae of WiA of ardti .
walked oi: tCt. stae perfectly satisfied, Every woman il subject to ,ondition
pauaing at ti0e wJngs to listen to tie which bri on fea weakness. W
applituse. To his utter amazementes women tregth for all
th11re (W. not a sound of approbation. Ofhduio fi e gives women strength or
Ile S~r;1r' into i Iressing rooaiut- the duties of life. etgives.them sto I
terin thr nto woihi rot respond to an nerves and freedom from pains,
core; i vt le\ r,,i'se to slug another Wine of Cardui not only cures but
song. Stil the W remained ilent. gards the health. The organs quickly respond to
"No." lie ei"ti d i1',tosve about him; "I the healing vegetable ingredients of which Wine of
refuse to sin,' .. I re(iIse to re. ,'" Ui is omposed. ,A. healthy woman does wellto
FpWndl to Ithe- ,.,.." tk this medicine on approaching her periodical
Inaruela..'t, was oure clever sickness. Wine of Vardui cures the worst cases of
tlan the o .' ut. ubly ap- prolonged female troubles and -has cured thousands
i.ld r tl lik. of them quickly and completely in the privacy of
on at .. not a>precl- home.
ate i."
T'11 old f,' o-- ;- w't. ICORA, MISs., May 1, 1902.
'arb. ,. ired. "give Wine of Cardui and Thedford's Black-Draught
me your hand. I ('iii n-t know you is a sure cure for all female diseases. I' recommend
Were such :a i'i.i '.; a a;.ipl must ititrode.,, yn .o Ir ;:;.ia. my could not walk across the house without great pain but I am well again.
servants by tiurn; t .; t !i o soo I have only taken four bottles of Wine of Cardui but feel better than I have
appreciby.tes "i i y .n..- t k'<:all. ll flt in two eas. MRS. N. T. GLIDEWELL.
those fools."
Hlow Mng,'-,;i'< *'l:v '*.
sels do not uove. 'T'l .t *t tI..,
selves to certain hOIUe.s (I.- li. y i!t l:in
the mud and sand at thl l)ottoil i( the
water, and there they JpisI their e:; .,t-
ence. In proof of this the fict i a;d -M F r
tneed that mussels are at times buried 0 BR .
under the sandy deposit when a trush
of *Iater carries a lnt of soil with Jt. A
natialist who has devoted tnuch time
to t6b study of these creatures says
that mussels do move slowly, and the
movement i accomplished in the fol- NG POW DERS
lowInsaner: holeraifanttum, trrhoeD senteryandthe Bowel Trouble rse
The mussel, opens its shell and pro- A 0 Aids D elaston, te ulattls Strengthent s tthe Chil AKE
TB HING ILASY. Curs iruftlon *nd Sres. Clolic, Hv sd Thrush mv
Joets its body to a certain extent from and prevents Worm. H onteraots and veroe th Effoots f tho
It* projecting case. Then It exerts some Summer' heat upon Teethln ChiIdren, *nd oost only 2S cents at DrGugists. or
f rce whereby It keeps the shell above Il centsto C. J. MOr"T., f&. P..lt. Louis. Mo
the soil and uses its body to propel it-
self along the bottom just In the same -"".5 ia
way as a land snake gets over the Theytempoarly
ground. It the. sand is examined after U cure constipatioy
the mussel' has taken one of these by agitating the
strolls, it will be easy to see two paral- bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until .the liver
lel lines caused by the edges of the secretes enough bile to mdke the intestines
shell toe iung the ground. execute their natural functions. Unnat-
,,________ ural agitation caused by cat hartics, c Compels
--- ** continual and increasing doses to
atta. the results. *


liver; cures Chlls
and Fever, and every form of
Malarial, Bilious, Rermitting and Inter-
itting Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the
trouble, works permanent cure.
FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.

For Sale by Johnson Bros., Gainesville

BIIM'T..B .IsrED l8SS.

H.F.UDUTTON &CO.

COTTON DEPARTMENT.
UNPROFITABLE GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
FEEDING G-
Intelligent stockser krow S HIGHEST PICE PAID FOR SEA ISLAT COTTO
that a certain Samount of feed a Sedor Lint. Large r Sal Quatltee.
necessary t eep an animal Advances iade. Warehouse charges free. Firm offers
alve. They might teed that made byletter or wire. Correspond-
amount a hon g as it itves and it ence solicited.
would never galn a po.und. I_..... I__________________________________________
T here t no profit I that kI nd ... .. .., .... .... _. ..... ... ... ....... .... ..... ... .... ...__ _ _
of feeding. 'the kind that pays W H O E
ls thle kipd that builds eash rap. TT1 W)
Idly. If It take twenty pounds.W nm
of food each day to keep a sheep
alive, twenty-Ove podunds a day. .. ... .
will make it gat eh. It's the ksonvil e' Finest
extra ive tbat btriug the profit. J acksonville' Fm est
The tt Ovr pounds amounts to And
nothing, nor doe. the sefoud Aor
third or fourt frve pound.. FLORIDA'S LARGEST AND


'It's th-0e so "or vwthad-
,ro-a. zbw*t a.. BEST YEAR-ROUND HOTEL
te "r S....,M . ,- -..-.. I DODGE & CULLENS, Owners and Proprietors
Iy ou have to do a ce tala _Own!!.__i_,i.._. . ._ .... .. ..
amount of advertistag to _al* -
them wake up to the tact tbht
00oAm: a In 8. ft at an. ta A T Ik I0 f.



aount brn Staple uand Fancy rcei



A lti al mlt s tSu 1Hi0gh ist market pdice paid for hiekefn E-Ms nd other Pr* e; .

kie. a h d W adle on the VER EST god at e W
tuit enougb.- Crit e iB guarantee eateis alla
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'E DAIiYSU :'": NYtL.LE, FLOR'IDA, MAY 1 P00 90


SFN E .. .. 4 H.FE N..R'S
SWOMA4 IGNT SAVAGE ULL SOU UTHERN_ _AWAY
sky o DR5 NERiSh',*J"EDR- J- HO U T E RN Fi A1IW AY N
Sand [Su paor:toS r& Alderman) In Connection With ATLANTIC COAST LINt,.
t i^t4 Mrs. Jnames Mortoi, i plucky Over Datton& Co'a Bink, Gainesvitalk Kre AWVAlT Y. JA* ,14,JON&
er, witff, living near, Flanders. special attensiton to Grown and ridgewo - ;:
X, %.or. n lyia hour, keptat !bayNo.No. H etwei ako l and New York _o._ N. .

et ftx .'s children gave the alarm, i 8.a4 O i12 a tas n Lv. ,vnA7,.. ." .... yv. O o .......'
... ... U r .tj . ... 1 tn ia y o ar. B | |T *lbp. A r.(. 2o0. lu aJt (. 7 S. ..... .... .A.. ... t. i TOR ")
d T a and neighbors rushed to aA0't0ea opraveCu mbaiam thu.8
V103i ^&n 49, Graduate Bai3 Umore Coliefe Dental Sumrtery it964a 1 v9N I W At. Chrlotte.,, N. ...... **- ........ Lv. 91M D .
feld aind drove the bull away,. PrD1py, emale rOubles. a e veara'exerien ol New Yor5k C0t 0, a 1t Ill Ar. reetNaboro . .. .... .......v. N.. L 11 f
whe. eteeT visitoree Mr s a ,CrownBrde work and Fung Seiaties. wn. Midge I____and. __:.- .
"te, became unasy over te'. D.gonr 't become discouraged." wTheretoa.ewrP a!d n cat .... .. .... F" -
,, Ai.oxG-re fryou. it -cessary rIte Dr. FA ANr1er."UON'iit 5p!...... j B! A huu and ....... Ilo.lt.., ..... .. LA v. r p ... ,,
-.0of her husband who had He has spent a llte rine curing jst hucd" OrHcslna LBoDlGl oc. GAINCSVaI.H1, FLA , A r v .4 o v n at
one out. to care or his stock,. she Isesiasyours. Al 'ultat s N Ar. Chi rottesvile. V ,, ................ v 14
:.'y a _, .. ,. '. "Dr. Fenuer's Kidney and Back-ache (?ure C Ru rr PIERS~n. 9 60 ill0l 0 r 7 w *r. VuIhldtiton, . ,.. v 10 1 Rll 3l. !
b.ea a. dehorned bull, noted for is the cause or fy bttiug alive lo-uay. I ad iR.J. .. PIERSON, i10 p1i I 0 At. I'n, ) C ............ Lv. d a 3
,cious. temper, bellowing, and on run. suEered greatly of kidney disease or rs DENTIST a)i 1 Ar. Philadelp'hit, i. ........ ...... 1 3 1
;ng to the field, she saw her husband twetghl05 a nouds.w1cightto 120 pounds. Inow 01 t. a .13 143 Ar New A rork .........
WIuo. McG th e gwhle W l TGIN. Olive Furnace 0. South Side Square, ailcsville, Fla os and Te tu717Te rati utted* S4--1veaibuel train of lun t
lytg utinconsclous on the ground, while j rur, ro'epi;piu-;:mn t.elia, cou=o-it,, obsernition inid ai iar ots between J ckions v Oiltr
the bull stood over him. 1Druggt.-... 1. Ask. for Cookok-Free. --- Neiw Yiri. A 'rrives ti,5 xepti Mondays: leaves dliltxly eet Sunratys .s
" .. .. ho i" farmB.T ^ T CIT0rulMnf S uite ,ure. Circular Dr Nos. 3 at r 4-N,\\ Yor iua 'lork! Exires." Ptllntnu drYwd roomi alifeplnig ct)' .t'r;,y
; ouirleshing a pitchfork the farm -ir .1U|i A e Fer, reao.N.". namres ioch. across the han Crin S ith's < otto0 b iet.wi ttn Jtc' ,itnlli tiut Nil \i'w ork toahes between w ouv te \\n .. W
, r'. wife ran forward and drove the 'i ..... -.n.i_. .... 1-, .. ''. - .... ,j ^ P do. Il tiitto s. I\
aOngs four Inches into the bull's side. b -etween' Jal"ksol vl'o a.nt Niew Yoril i lmk Hut l
As the aninial still continued its attack W U V t J W. P'PATT'ON, __ crbe.-twe omCol, tt'h i 11 ua shNte lII.V, ... .l.. '::i . :..... '
'n her husband, Mrs. Morton again IVIL .NGINEE'i AND SI RV'YOR No.ao T l'hr'mlgh the "lhand or lhe Sky." o.
and again Jabbed the sharp fork Into It P I M b UEv L.Ba. Nrt- ,. -. .':'..;ii; tit.e ,r:::7. ".:"::" A
I V . ..... .s o y v........
tntil the animal turned and rushed *'Iy wi had pimples o herf 'e,but Dealr in rea, tate. THo,,ro'uhlyv stod N, \! a N.. t,-sivalkA '.";i .....0....... .
at her. she has been taking CASCARETS and they with every seotlon of Itnd in Alanv county. ..... s t N .. ." -.. 4
With a blow on the he Mrs. Mor. have all disppeared. I bad been troubled Corresondenoe soliolted, ...' Ar. ... ot l" N. t.s .....o. .' .....' Lv. 13
W ith a blow on the head M rs. Mor. i nstpaton for some time. buti at ortak- ......... .N.0. .. . .. ul'. . .,
Wn made the bull paurso. She was ing the first tscaret I have had no trouble J. DEMPSEY1. 1s 1 A. .: ... ...... ntlnumtti m ..., & .. ......
with thiis ailment. We cannot speak too highlY NHo. .. .. d -i'ulham wl o ittt t lt oar otwee itmtvi a
till standing guard, pitchfork In her of Cascarwts" FFtBWA'rMAN. FURNITURE REPAIsi D N 11, 4)-n I uanillwini oi ni buit iocinu ri betwg Joctwo n
*hand when an hour later the rescuers 561 08ermmntown Ave.. Phlladelphia. Pa. and Made New. cti.l -lnnit.
aned by the children arrived. LOOKING GLASSS RD N No.k. rth
Mr. Morton was carried to the house BEST FOR LOOKINO LASSs V.-S,,.' ED. 1 ettt i. .". .m l ......... .s.u.'' i r th 0 ." 1.;
where it was found that several of his TH BOWELS we buy or sell Furniture, or anui ontraco, .,.it i0h N t J0 o''. 1. t. ... ... Ar.
rbs were broken. Hlie was severely withYou on the omion bits. iatrontlage .1 mi 45 0 M'(1i.t........ '.I.
ired about the head and chest. 0L1ed 0. T A wiot. 1 A. A On tt .Lt:,. ....'' ,''.: ..:. I' ll'
S I 4M J X1 1 Ar. 'bl ttine o<)t.1 ,Ten.>.... .... ... .... ... L. 9 _ ^
_AL'R "S'rALon. TAYLO .Ar. oelton,.' .. ...........
QRAVE PROBLEM COMES UP. SANDY CATHARTIC PAINTING .\ 5! At. Lxln(t. Ky ... Q. .... Ai 0 >1|
.PAPER HAN(;NG 7NS 7 I Am. Cinoimnati ..........., ....... ...... 10 l
Pro section of Jett May rlng About] AINESVILLE, FLOLDA 8 0 ;0t> l.v. CtiInn l O )......1 t 1o 'our ... .......... A, 0
Extraordinary Measures. Pleasant, Palatable, Potent, Taste Good, Do 5.E> 7 " 1l ItAr. t'otttto, 11 I .... l r ........... ..,Lv, i
exltqgton, Ky., May, 12.-Since the d. Nevel ken, W4A n orGriTn o fpe, 10, e, . 10. r. 36cteo. .. "n. .......,
SircsttO010urtisUMlrtt In. Iadion un. i....R.w..1 OONSTIP0TiON A1e. DECORATOiS' \V.ALL PA.', tO a ltl P Lv. (Ilntiitittt,.hOh....:.. 1'ein................ ,,.A
$ .GRr. ehO ArA g ...et nt for DeC0k.TORS W%%'ALI,.PAPER 1 no ..
arrest of Ourti n Jett in Oadlton coun. , COMPANY, New York. ... A....O 1..... .. go Penn...... .............. .......
ty Sunday morning, charged with the 8.. .46.1 1 30- a 8 45 -p .v. Cha oinnati.iot o.. .. C. ... & l.- M on....... .. A' I a _. p
murder of J. B. Marcum, a grave prob. b-TO-BAC Si It l eirntc dw abl u. WAKM. "aMmEU 'A SiIATiAT S M I 72 Ar. Chito. I .. ..... I. H. & D). ..Molon .......... p 1o00
lemr confront the prosecution which -4 ... 20 S o. v. Clinotnnit.tito .....C. & L. sti cot. A..... .^,Ar. i t 741 p
may require a special session of the i,2010o t 2 ALKER'P S 2 ,0 it It) Ar, 'xolo,. ...... o.. ....v. 1 t,1 ,
legislature to solve. MEN. ....AND WOMEN.... ..... ..... ... ... -...1, .-4 2[. p
Under the law Jett would be taken Ati,, diohaalfBt nnattrI, ATTORNEYS.AT-LAW, b 51 Ar, t lAtt ur.en l'lt i o..... '" .... ......... I, 11 00 l
.-bac to Jackson, the scene of the Ouar t irrit or ulatioms or ui t on. .. ... ..s..... .. .. ... m................. .. .. .
crime, for trial unless he requests that r oCstoo.taua Piaiei, adnti Jacksonville, Florida S 130 l ILvA. (: int o ...... ,,( .. Ar. t l (
be be taken elsewhere. He has asked EI.VAsIEITI.ALCD gent or pot.imln. 4-8-02 i t) i 1.9t t .... iin ....... t
to be taken to Jackson and will, there & A or cntf -----Sntnlain- wrpprL15 15 Ar. I.ouil, ......... .....ty v I
fore have to go. It he goes toJack. c 1I b'-e- $r,1 e AFE BELVEDERE, . ~ . ....... ...... Lvto
son, it Is contended that the feeling Circular seat onl o ues WM. SCHILLIt,, Proprtor .It p .L .ext Int, on. .... So r ... .. Ar. to it a,,-,
is such that justice would be defeated., M; Lv Loutv e.y. ........ -pn, Ihe .. .,v, ,74 4 ....
A well defined movement Is on foot P182 WV. Forsyth st., Jacksonville, Fla. 'A i s r. Cti.t"io, 'lo . ..... ... g. t ...
to delay the removal of Jeott to Jack' T v O 1TE. PU BLIC. opposite Potolieo. ntNoi ctnwtnnt.i. Arn'ti id`Fo`tdiv s tt.'hCit'Mt Soi Mv';d:e l tr.i(tdy lt't'ut ,.,ttn 60yt, %vrouliuimnl,
son until it Is ascertained what steps We, the undersigned, hereby agree % 'tlla'(1g rit' tn m o'r V till iit ui s olaI)h vrito r our to toltviOullo- '".i r t to1urtl OC t aititlr>
can be taken to avoid it under the to pay $1,000 to ally manufacturer of Best dining place [i eity. Fine itit C atioomua. I,nnto .ir to C ttorininati. Also ue dl, TlUiM I'tuto sl ital trl, throu.t
aw. If the law offers no relief It Is Wines, Liquors ad Cigars. I'ultniiiti lan letteplnt ir t t) hnrot.
ltw. if the Iaw offers 0no relief, I at L pait who can show, by similar tests, ____ No.1 s. 13 (utd i' "T'he ic'0orl0 I6tmitlid." Snold vetintal iiltralt. l'tltist itw liing' rt'i))1e3 t
atated here tat the governor will beig ar tandin o l 'r ll'.tii routlh tre o tmletihet >nl itlit ing ears .,betWeten .ll(no vt ui i nd h tt1ut-
AkedA to e0.11 a special sessiflon Of their a y paint standing upon p n y lseto a HE WEST END, uu 't unn rai in a oo t o ag t vina itt. M outs; to
u to change the law.surface as perfectly and for so long a lo v nivni.,lte y,
legislature to change the law. time as our FINE WINES. LIQUORS & CIGAIS No s No.13: Hlween J.ksotllltte aud Ka.as ('ity [No,
BY WIRE AND CABLE. GRAPHITE ELASTIC PAINT. JOHN MENZIES, ProprietIr. a1 .' iL Iv hein>v h;4l.. .s N, Ar "I1'. i.a _, p
WVe guarantee GRAPHITE ELAS- 21-sa21 W. Day at.., Jatksonvile. I1 1 i,4 0 4I' Iv, ,t l i .4.. A ("
Stock markets at Toandon and Ber TIC paint to contain no tar, rosin, as- FaUst beer, bottle nl draugnit. don't NG Ar. A 1 ti, 1a .vIt P 4th
lin were dull during the week. phaltum or any of the products of fail tCo call on me when inacko l'e t a.. .nv
eWto.t 4N 4. Ar'. llrNl;'(I:M1m l,1 it 'll, i
Callao and Pisco, Peru, have been petroleum and when applied to a ---. .. ,, Ar meltlu II i'n ri Ov ..
bnally declared Infected with the surface according to our directions to W HEN IN JACKSONVILLlE lv a*'t ....
bubonic plague. wear perfectly for a period of five SWiitA- i,' r.. 'or ,t .... r
Thebark Vera Cruz, Portuguese, years, and we agree to furtish, free of -Visit t A
ashore in Ocracoke nlet, North Car ar, are THE CRYSTALA LOON AND Ra.OF i I A l 'le Y llli sI l' i. cI'l r be tw l
charge, all paint necessary to repaint. GAR N Jaicui '' I' K irumi iuo*.". M t [m nilg eirs. tuill
"fa, will prove a total wreck. GARDEN. (mn g, ny .*>, 1 ip io lso, Ticket Agont for Itpoirvvtifort.
It is reported that the tribesmen any surface where it has proved de- city. nter F. At., W. Way N., Jako<, V.
haesuffered defeat at the hand. el fective. Siged, The best. Llquors in the city, Enuter-" I. X r h t, 'a. Ag, I0 W. Wiy"t.,,Jk,
have suffered defeat at the hand of ftve Siged, tainment every night at Roof Garden ...
the government troops in Morocco. The National Paint and Varnish Co., Theatre.
The quarantining of transports. at Cleveland, Ohio, U. S. A. -,-1-W, -.. - -.' -
Manila, bound for San Franelsco had We take pleasure in announcing that ITHOUt REMAULILAl' T R'1," Ip'Kr Or
been resumed on account ow the chol' we have secured control for Alachua TIN. MIT'A I T K I 5
ra county for the sale of the ':olebrated T M. S T st5TX MPL1ANTE NR
A Southern pssenger'train JumPed QGRAPHITE LASTIC (generpiry LWABYLQ DE$RAlIEUHMEN
the track near Knoxville Sunday. The known as UncleI Sam paint.) Th[i -
engineer Was killed and 15 persons sint hathehghet t ATendrAOreMouAA or "'
..rma Blasdell. a prominent cOt, THOMAN HI & 8. Od e, A Piir. *M**,no Msnner H
aeo of Buffalo, and his wife, are nd a dnPe *Ivoi* (Fli ....M. -ie, A
.tom .n, received in the destrue alI 9e JI Gsqbr leo, tl'orda,
ae cot zilner In the Wyoming, Pa, SW itd S n
relo will rce 10 per cent a A

Qttwenty-seven national Dmesocr-at-c
i, te.. .iwo 1 I 1S111u11 a.f 12 to 2p. COMPANY
land's candid~ey for the prertdey, F u r SL M m n r
only three of them favor It. "rt lmayo i est'Bter, elB m Ia.
Albert Rober, cashier ofU, h gov. o---hT ILLERS
eumient tee plant at- MantlA, hba been, e Wsal.rger Bae..to ID gt D
arrested on the charge of embessl0 : .l.. -
merit in the sum of $4.000. teks. 1 .(ho h E Mus hi ii
At ackosi Tsts., unay makw to ab Pool .Gsu ~It in eraso, JOU


At Jac kason,TeMUL, HundWay a bf* ill ieWd BoUng
man on a Mobile and Ohio wtra wtas40 'FIIV)*
killd. Other t f lence M Completeock of. Furn.
been reported. The strIker -a.
Sknow not the. ture, Stoves, Heater, Do CHAPTER TAN A DOCTOR. PLANTER IRYE ,o AmlSTIIBUTOn
seatn. M.y .2.- -teA egaged ine .TTE 1ANME D ICINE pFolRE fuA
a mO'Ii ay afternoon Fr*PTiR
..Croveoy .ed yes Iingat WN
6C4. Washt1n Etreet.CrlLetoS (AW LLA
takbf ;Wilma B., Scott, ged 10. to rit(CiM 6 Bei ae d ::
Deshypart of the back Fl with 8a Q urk I khoule to
rwa.ttended by Dr, McDonald. E* .I.RM.NO.HAM, .. -: -- :MA8HVILLS.. -' ... .--.-.. .. "..-.. ....., -...
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Insure with Cslhman hIII
I See Moyert for eupon oenCt8a l
Standard. to6-15
"[|kTrys that corned beef rit"Fagans amar-
Tket Only 10c per pound tf m
0' 0 aIT a- Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Arnold of Fair-
S Or1Literest ath- banks were trading in this city yester-
yo ered by Our Reporters. day.
S ___ A S. L. Turner of Nettleton, one of The
k80iONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS Sun's valued subscribers, was a visitcr
to the city yesterday.
What Has .Happened ind What is Going Some persons who ought to know
t o0 Happen Told in Short Paragraphs pretty well, say that seven hundred
Tickets will be sold for the "Land of
oin ;.oThat "He Who Runs May Read N.'
Nod,"
S:it ln The .un; J. Marion Woodward, the clever
S In8sure with Cirusihan & H1111. agent of the Armour Car Lines, has re-
The town is talking about the "Land turned from a visit to South Florida ind
_0f Nod" the interest of his lines.
A, S. Anderson of Holder was in the General rehearsal for the "Land of
city on businessyesterday. Nod" this afternoon at the opera
IFree samples of Kalola with full in, house at 4 o'clock. No persons but
estrUctons at all drug stores. participants will be admitted.
S. Ohas. Cassels of Micanopy was J. 1). W)aker of Raleigh, one of the
-among the visitors to this city yester- efficient employes of T. JenningsCone,
S day. the mill man, was in the.-lty. on busi-
T.;H. Cato and son, Barney, of Ala- ness yesterday and made The Sun an
ichua were among the visitors to this agreeable call.
T: city yesterday. When you want a pleasant physic
Mr.and Mr,. llarwllKelley of try Ohamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Mr. and Mrs, (,. Hrlwll Kelley of Tablets, They are easy to take and
S, Rochelle made a brief visit to relatives pleasant in effect. For sale by all
S" in this city yesterday. ddruggists and medicine dealers.
Furnished rooms to rent; privilege B. F. McCall of Fairbanks, M. L.
of hot and cold baths. For informa- Moore of Rochelle and E. W. Millican
i lon apply to Dick's Barber Shop, tf of Waldo, all extensive and prominent
S A. P. ljrdee of Bronson, the effi- naval stores operators, were among
Client young clerk of the circuit court the visitors to this city yesterday.
of Levy county, was a visitor to this Siglo young men will find the
city yesterday. co2siest furnished rooms at the
Mrs. L. N. LaFontisce departed yes- Brown House Annex, 75 cents per
terday for Newberry where she will week to $2. Also several rooms for
'-er or erryK light housekeeping. Apply Brown
S visit her dr.ughter, Mrs. Thomas Kin- House office.
ca, d,for a fow weeks. James Holder of Rochelle was a via-
Dr. G. W. Tanner of Alachta, a itor to the city yesterday. Mr. Holder
druggist and one of the leading busi- is a merchant and owner of the restau-
ness men of th(, progressive town, was rant at that place, and has recently
a visitor to this city yesterday. purchased the restaurant at the A. C.
G. W. Peacock, a prominent citizen L. depot in Palatka'.
* of Hawthorn, was in the cityyesterday L. N. LaFontisee departed yesterday
and showed his appreciation of The for the home of his boyhood in Mes-
San by having his name enrolled upon sina, N. Y., where he expects to spend
our subscription list. the summer among his old friends.
Go to J. M. Mason's and get a copy It has been many years since Mr. La-..
of my Private Lessons on Drugless Fontisee visited his home, and natural-
Healng and Self Healing. Price, l he wll receive a warm, cordial
cents porcopy. Every family should ly he will receive a warm, cordial
have one. J. CONY. tf greeting,
The annual meeting of the Parish Before eating,
Guild of the Episcepal church will be re s king,
held this evening at the church. The Before preacing,
meeting will be onlled at 7:80 o'clock. Before saying,
The rector requests every member of Before praying,
the congregation to lie present. Before writing,
BIid Wanted-For the rebuilding or Take Ka ola. It will clear your sys-
repairing of the culvert over Sweet- tern of biliousness, prepare your stom-
water branch on Liberty at. For spedi- ach for your food, purify your breath,
fications, apply to W. B. Taylor, Chair. inspire your thoughts and strengthen
man Street (Committee, or A. J. Me- your nerves arid muscles.
Arthutr Bids will be opened May 18th. Gen. 0. A. Gilohrlst of Wade was
Mrs J1 I. Earlh departed yesterday among those who visited this city yes-
for Stiuter, B. C., where she will spend terday. The general is a practical
thte summer with relatives. The lady's road-builder, and is among the most
health has been very poor for the past enthusiastic advocates of hard roads
few months, and it is to be hoped that in this county. It will be remembered
the change will prove bolnfloial to that two years ago, at a good roads bar-
her. bocue and picnio held in this "ity, he
E. T. Tlawthorn of the village by the spoke at length on the good roads
same mitmo is in the city. Mr. Haw- movement and the benefits which
thorn is one of The Sun's oldest and would accrue therefrom. Hle will be
most valued euiaeribers, and we are glad to assist the county whenever
always glad to see him. Hlie called the attempt at constructing good
yesterday and renewed his subsorip- roads is made.
tion to time paper. Mr. Joseph Pominville of Stillwater
CO. W. Bauknight, 1). Wood and J, Mith the h g s t o avero h
T. Fleming, three successful lUisiness' trouble, without relief, was advised by
men of Archer, wore among those who his druggist. Mr. Alex. Richard, to
were in the city yesterday. Whileo it try a box of Ohamberlain's Btomach
Ssand Liver Tablets. He did so, and is a
isa strng co-Incidenceit a t that well ma today. If troubled with in.
these getntlemein, representative busi- digestion, bad taste in the mouth,
Sne only rea ^ town. sutnun,,,,,,,atcertain to'be more than pleased with
1 r > )the jury t th reut, For sale at 25 enl' a box
the SamIIe tini'i,, by all druggists and medicine dealers,


An Indian ftrum t li' vilds of thi t William Anderson, the electrician,
West did not disttovor K hiola for it is lhas returned from a three days' visit
an gnotriiral iu.<'iiu vestin. aut oi > to M Kilnon, where lie has been en-
the result orf the mil t skilled 'chlmiitIs gaged in repairing the telephone line
of today. A comihiint ion ,if tveral of W. Allen, prominent naval stores
Sintir r i eat' 1 ,' rysta11i1d operator of Levy county. Mr. Ander-
dioinal veami,. which wn, e Kahita son states that he was royally enter-
genuine i'eille for the curIn of inl.nd tainted by Mr. Allen and his estimable
gestion, bladder and kidney troumbles,family, but he was not favorably im.-
All druggists 'i supply you. pressed with that section. If the coun-.
0. (, A. W. Thomas hts returned from try was as good as the people he
a brief visit to Tlampa. 11 left this declares that he oould live there for*
6ity Monday at noon, arriving in thewt' r, butl he much prefers "higher
South Florida Mtetropoli at it o' loek, ground" when it comes to a permanent
at night. (ol. Thomas intoinded resid e. lie was glad to get back to
visiting his daughter, Mrs. Meltride, laitinsville,
but upon his arrival theri ascertained Dit aro Wrecks.,
that the lady had departed oin the o Carele~i..s is resposible for many
S o'clock train for GaittOuavilh, As a re- a rtilway wrlk and the same causes
Ssuilt he left on the lrt t train yesterday nremakinmg. human wrecks of sufferers
Smorlng, arriving honte at 4: 2~ o'lck. froI Throat and Lung Troubles. But
Mrs. McBride is now in this city, ilme the advent of Dr. King's New
and will remain as the guest of her Diseovery for. Consumption, Coughs
parents for an ndefnite period. She ntld Colds. even the worse eases ean be
has been indisposed for some tinu, cured, and hopeless resignation is ia
g 1 it t to .be hoped 'th4t *the change longer neces"sry, Mrt. ois Oragg of
wj);pr*ve of tbe h t t hee. orchest. Mass, I o oftt-e e-
4'iWhose life was save by. Dr. I


se wi. c man & HIll., "
W. H.' l2ls of La0rosse was a viulit-'
orts thls city yesterday. .
86*t l" pyl ents earn good 41iidends
In the 8nd4Aid. See Morers. to6.15
Scle Xaian" and 3, U. Qhesser of
LaOrosse 'ere among those who paid
the county capital a visit yesterday.
John P. Hester and A. Chitty,
two prominent young men of Mica-
nopy, were visitors to this city yester-


day.
The Kalola "band" is still playing
and hundreds are joining the proces-
sion. Sirnt and praise Kalola for indi-
gestion, kidney and liver troubles.
H. W. Tompkies of Micanopy,one of
the solidest citizens of that section, is
in the city attending court as juror.
IHe was fortunate enough to secure an
appointment s a grand juror. We
acknowledge an agreeable call.
Hon. WT. Madison Blitch of Santa
Fe, one of the most 'prominent resi-
dents of that section, was in the city
on business yesterday. Mr. Blitch
states that Mr. Lord of the West End
is now in that locality prospecting, and
will no doubt begin the erection of a
saw mill near Santa Fe at an early
date.
F.M. Prewitt of Waldo, formerly
publisher of the Enterprise of that
town, was in the city yesterday and
made The Sun an ag-eeable call. Dur-
ing his Journalistic career in Waldo
Brother Prewitt served his town fairth-
fully, and it is to be regretted that the
support would not warrant a continu-
ance of the Enterprise,
Hon. Fred S. Cubberly, collector of
customs from the port of Cedar Key,
was among the visitors to this city
yesterday, having been summoned on
important professional business. Col.
Cubberly has headquarters at both
Bronson and Cedar Key. He is one of
the ablest young lawyers in Levy
county, and enjoys a lucrative prae-
tiet,
Deputy Sheriff W, N. Tillman qf
Hawthorn, one of the most competent
assistants of Sheriff Fennell in the
county, was among those who visited
the county capital yesterday. He
came for the purpose of attending the
regular spring session of the circuit
court, and felt disappointed when in-
formed that there was "nothing do-
ing."
C. 0. Sledge of the Seaboard Air
Line spent Saturday on a "fishing
frolic" at Otter Creek. During the
past two years the town has merged
from a little village of two small cross-
roads stores to a real healthy town,
supporting several first-class meroan-
tile establishments, as well as an im-
mense saw mill. Otter Creek is des-
tined to become the leading town of
Levy county.
Children in Peril.
Some of the nmeet anxious hours of a
Another's life are those when the little
ones have the coup. Foley's Honey
and Tar is a safe and effective remedy
that in'ever fails. "My boy would have
died from membraneous croup if it had
not been for Foley s Honey and Tar,"
writes 0. W.Lynch of Winchester, dnd.
Sold by W. C.Wallace's drug store.
WILL HAVE A PICNIC.
Gainesville Graded and High School
to Spend Saturday at Burnett's Lake.
The pupils of the Gainesville Graded
and High school, with the faculty, will
spend, the day neat Saturday on the
romantic shores of Burnett's Lake,
near Alachus.
This popular resort is one of the
finest and most delightful in the State,
and those who attend the school func-
tion will have no cause to regret it.
With a desire to have a large num-
ber attend the picnic the rate has been
made very low, The rate will be 25
cents for adults and 16 cents for chil-
dren, round trip. The service will be
performed by the Atlantic Coast, and
will be special, leaving the passenger
station at 8 :p.,
From a Cat Scratch
On the arm,. to the worst sort of a
burn, sore or Il, ,ID)Witt's Witch
Hasel Salve is a qtick cure, In buying.
Witch Hael Saltei be particular to
get DeWitt's-this is the salve that
heals without leaving a sear. A spe-
cifte fur blind, bleedi, itching and
protruding piles. Sold b$ Bodiford &
MqCollum.


Deestr4ek School.
Miss Battalle arrived yesterday from
Fernlandina, whelie ci has Just Riven
the "skule" with great nsuees. She
has kindly offered to repeat it here for
the benefit ot the public school,
making no charpe for her serviee.
She requests alft, t *olars to be at
thk Auditorium toigh t at 8 o'alock
tor a rehearsal pperatory to giving

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ONPUBIlC ROAD ______LSON_
'N .p I r'e


Money a ndP~prs Taken by Two
Very Bold Robbers. JUST RECEIVED:

ANOTHER WEST END INCIDENT New Lot Fancy White Goods
15, 20, 25, 80 8, s.5 eyd.


was ri


ling Horseback on His Way


Home, When Suddenly His Horse
Was Checked and rIe Was Ordered
to Surrender All His Possessions.
Another highway robbery is report-
ed from the West End, and this time
the victim is M. S. Lanier, adminis-
trator of the estate 'of Joel Holt, de-


ceased..
Mr. Lanier was related to the de-
ceased by marriage. Just after his
death Mr. Lanier was appointed ad-
ministrator of his estate, which
amounted to a considerable sum, as
well as guardian of his children.
Realizing that it would be necessary
for him to make a report in this city
today, Mr. Lanier took from a safe in
which le kept his money and papers
atNewberry Monday afternoon at a
late hour a sum of money aggregating
about $150, the deeds to 800 acres of
land and a number of other valuable
papers, and started for his home on
horseback. He resides about three
and a half miles from Newberry. He
left the town about 7 o'clock, and
when about a mile and a half from
town he was held np by two men, one
of whom jumped into the road and
checked the horse, while the other, at
the point of a pistol, compelled him to
give up the treasures, which were in a
box.
After having deprived Mr. Lanier of
his valuables, the parties left him,
warning him that if he was seen on
the road again that night it would go
bad with him. He proceeded to his
home without personal injury other
than a few scratches on his face, which
were sustained while he was trying to
defend himself.
In speaking of the matter yesterday
Mr. Lanier stated that he had no idea
of the parties who committed the
robbery. He stated that, while their
complexion would represent them to
be negroes, they talked a great deal
with the accent of white people.
It isa mysterious affair, and it will
be a difficult matter to apprehend the
guilty parties. This is one of a dozen
similar occurrences which have been
reported from the West End within
the past twelve months.
" SIMONSON'S SALVE DID IT.
Effected a Permanent Cure When
Twelve Doctors Had Failed.


B. B. Virling of London, Miss., undtr
date of April 21, 1903, writes:
"J. Simonson, Gainesville, Fla.:
. "Dear Sir: I write to express my
deep gratitude to you, for your won-
derful salve has cured a sore on my
foot from which I have suffered great-
ly for five years. Twelve doctors 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. dawhimo
FIRST CAR OFCUKES.
Shipment Was Made by Refrigerator
Car Line to North Monday.
The first soli#l carload of cucumbers
which has left this point this season by
refrigeration was sent under consign-
meat to an Eastern market Monday.
The consignment was made by Frank
D. Warner, and consisted of four hun-
dred and eighty crates. It was made
over the Seaboard Air Line, in F. G.
E. Oar No. 17, 190.
While a great many cukes have been
shipped from Gaineaville during the
short season in which cukes have been
on, this tI the first solid carload by re-
frigeration, the other shipments having
been made in part with lettuee, beans,
peppers, ete. It is expected the re-
turns from these cakes will be very
encouraging.
The X-Rays.
Recent experiments, by practical
tests and examniation with the aid of
the X-Rays establish as a faet that
eatarrh of thie stomach is not a disease
of itself, bbut that it results rom re.
pted attAks of Indigestion. "How
anI r yIidlgStloin?' Kodol
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CAMPBELL-MILLINER.
A Quiet Wedding at the Home of Mrs.
Milliner, East Gainesville.


There was a pretty home wedding
at the residence of the bride's mother,
Mrs. B. A. Milliner, yesterday' at 10
a. m.
The contracting parties were Mr.
Walter H. Campbell of Tampa, and
Miss Edith 0. Milliner of this city.
The parlor was tastily decorated in
palmettos, moss, evergreens and
roses.
Rev. M. A. Olonts performed the
ceremony in a beautiful and impress-
ive manner.
The wedding was a very quiet one,
only the family and a few intim te
friends being present.
The bride was becomingly attired in
white organdy. The groom looked
his best in a suit of conventional black.
Both parties are well and favorably
known in this city, lie having at one
time reside, in North Gainesville, and
she is the oldest daughter of Mrs. B.
A. Milliner of East Gainesville.
Following the ceremony light re-
freshmentL. were served, after which
the bridal party wvere, escorted to the
A. 0. L. depot, from where they de-
parted for Tanpa, their future home.
Their many friends wish for them
abundant success and happiness.
A GvasT.
A Physician Healed.
Dr. Geo. Ewing, a practicing pnysidan
of Smith's Grove, Ky., for over thirty
years, writes his personal experience
with Foley's Kidney Cure:" Eor years
I had been greatly bothered with kid "
nery and bladder trouble and enlarged
prostate gland. I used everythi4 g
known to the profession without rellef,
until I commenced to use Foley's Kid-.
ney Cure. After taking three bottled
I was entirely relieved and eued. I
.prerbe it now daily in my pret
am. trtl reeoNmnead its ae 4.
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