Title: Gainesville daily sun
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01882
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 14, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01882
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

Full Text



14 ,.'1~


4w I


) t


)L. XX, NO. 78 GAINES


I LLE, FLORIDA, THURS1)A\Y, MAY 11, 1903


CKSONVILLE NOW

AN AMERICAN VENICE

'Pt Severe Cloudburst in History
-.1Visits the Metropolis.

,HE DAMAGE IS VERY GREAT

allroad Tracks Were Five Feet Under
Water, and Boats Were Used to Con-
vey Passengers on Bay Street-Great
Damage to Buildings and Goods,
:r (Special to The Sun)
Jacksonville, May 13.-This city was
sited by a severe cloudburst last
eight, and the result has been very
iiastrous to the commercial and
transportation interests. All the rail-
ad4 tracks in the yards have been un-
er water about five feet deep and
ill have to be rebuilt at a cost of not
as than $25,000. The handsome
non passenger station is also covered
ith water.
West Bay street and all of West
ksonville was submerged. Boats
ad naphtha launches were brought up
ogan's Creek and have been used on
ay street, regular fares being charg-
to and from the union depot.
Many houses have been undermined,
o of which floated down Hogan
reek, and there are a number of fam-
ies who have been driven from their
omes.
Goods stored in warehouses have sus-
ined great damage, and the Bridge
reet viaduct is declared unsafe.
All business is suspended, and no
rains will leave or arrive for two or
bree days. The tracks of the Sea-
ard Air Line seem to have suffered
reatest. They are badly damaged
tween this city and Baldwin, and it
reported also between Fernandina
nd Yulee.
'It Is raining torrents tonight, and
he city is in total darkness. The
waterworks plant has shut down, and
,n engine of the fire department is em-
ployed to pump the water from the
basement of the Windsor Hotel. The
aity resembles a large lake. The water
is receding rapidly, but it is feared.
hat the northeast wind and the heavy
ide will have a tendency to keep the
ater high for a day or two.
Marcus Endel's Story.
Marcus Endel and Col. H. F. Dutton
4ft yesterday via the Seaboard.
ir Line for Jacksonville, but' upon
reaching Baldwin the train received
riders not to proceed, as it would be
f great risk to life and property. As
'consequence these gentlemen were
napelled to return to this city last
rght.
Mr. Endel states that the tracks of
he Seaboard between Baldwin and
aeksonville are reported to be almost
Totally washed away. The night train
ior Tampa to Jacksonville, due to
rlve in the latter city about 7:80 in
e morning, was caught between two
I-houts about half way between
ldwin and Jacksonville, and up to
time of leaving Baldwin he learned
itt no relief had reached the train.
t.xan*de e"em.rnt.
Tlhuuderstorms nrre more fre luqent lin
Iti thitu, 'in any other part of the
orld, there being an average of nine-
'-iven dlays in ch year upon which
cy, occur. Next to Java comes Sama-
Which nm'ver has less than etghtty'
+"?thtunler dlays" pfr year. Then
e Hinduiatn with 5l, Borieo with
the African Gold Coast with 52 and
m gtion *rourdl Rio de Janeuro. Bra-
with 0i. The European list is head-
'by Italy, with 3t thunder days out
the 3IB on an average. Auttrla has
SBolden, Wurttemntsrg and Btmngary
average 22:; ileiia. Bavaria tad
glurM have 21; Holland and &Nxoiny
P! I*rance. Austria and. south Iusiuta


Great Britain and Switzerland only
it .Calrom, gypt. and in north bus-
and In Sweden and Norway 1the av-
0i only 4 per year. In lnltaesd
ast Worleat thunderstot u am


'ma m st ,." .


THE ABUSE O.:- :OCAIE__Y.
A Titled Lady Ml ktn I4 Fewv Pertil
ikent ReI;iti-li(. 1 4 i t he Sulije Theu ti lii.' o( s.oik'y" is a fAivorit, oc-
(cuptlititiol) With islt), t people,)o who ct tinot
force t; I etltril-o Into It. It Is not
even new.1'y. i d atirhsts, preach-
pvrT and wtiItets lve vxwaged war; on so-
cial 1ii itlitit'es nil dow\n the :cage. We
know how lDiniel idnouim'ed the lhtub-
ylonimn court :l thow\ Horace revouled
the protligacy of A ugustan tomtne. Ev-
ery le:tder of a regeneritling move-
nieit. vhlietler It he St. tnitirt l d ex-
bortlin to crusules. St. Fran'is tet ing Utoplan poverty or Johni Kuox
prei_-tling refornititioi, hIis denounced
the easy morals a ;dl the onsier staund-
ard of the toleration of current so ty. The reforimnrs of every age de-
nounce their own contenipotraries lin te-
cents of varying degrees of violence.
Rousseau inti Voltitirei pourt.d out dia-
tribes from differt'vet poluts of view
agutinst the frivolous society which
was cut off so abruptly by the guillo-
tine, but their denunciations fell on
deaf ears. "Nobody," said Talleyrnnd,
"'could have any coneeption of how
pleasant 4ovlety could be who had not
lived before the French revolution."
To reform those who will not be re-
formed is difficult. The grandmother
of Ambrosuine, holding a scented pocket
handkerchief to her nose to keep off
the odor of the crowd as she tripped
to the guillotine, and Mary, queen of
Scots, yawning in the face of Knox. ex-
actly typify the attitude of all ages to-
ward.the Jeremiahs hammering at the
portals of society.-A Countess in Lon-
don Outlook.
Musk.
Musk in the raw looks a good deal
like axle grease and smells worse. The
popular notion that the musk of com-
merce is obtained from the muskrat is
a mistake, There la btained a some-
what similar perfume from the musk-
rat, but most of the supply comes from
the musk deer, a creature that is care-
fully reared in India for the sake of
the secretion, The secretion is shipped
in the crude state and is used not only
In the manufacture of the liquid per-
fume sold as musk, but also in very
small quantities to give strength and
staying power to many perfumes made
from the essential oils of flowers.
Curiously enough, the blossoms of
two native plants have it noticeably
musky odor. One is the small yellow
blossom of a creeping *ne known as
the musk plant. Its odor is marked
and is counterfeited in the commercial
perfume called musk. The other Is
the bloodroot. The pure white blos-
som of that early spring plant has a
distinct though delicate musky odor. A.
bean known as the musk bean Is a
cheap substitute for animal musk,
IastlnNe~tvo Peal la Blr4s.
The Itictave far of death manl-
tfeted by blds tis hown by the follow-
ing: A canary 4iedw."ws buried,, the
nesting place broken up, the surviving
mate removed to a new cage and the
old cage thoroughly cleaned and put
aside till the following spring. Never,
however, could any bird afterward ena
dure being placed in that cage. They
fought and struggled to get out, and If
all in vain their efforts they moped.
huddling close together, thoroughly un-
happy, refusing to be comforted by any
amount of sunshine, companlounsap or
dainty food. The experiment was tried
with foreign birds that had not been in
the house when the death occurred and
could not therefore have known of the
event by observation. But the result
was always the same. for the future
that cage was haunted.-Popular Beld-

Hew It Ho 511 "Splei S
"Johnny,"ttaotiouly inruired Mr. 8ix-
aweek of. her lttle brother when he
called the other t vening--shbe" wao
putting the finishing touches to her
toilet upsta rts -"a, you- er does
you-er-do you-er-ever hear ryou
sister speak of ee .. . **"
"You can't ptump met." promptly rei
plied Johnny. "I don't bttt Into ay
sitateras uest" '..


Then Johnny picked up a alntiy
atdk out of the hail rack and weat out.
This i% the way it happens.la nM0
cases out of 1,000. but the tuoayirts
co.lxd never be clubbed into bIh.evag
t.-Wasatlgton Pomt.
b.' We.ya tsZuetuaU- a.
'"Now, boy, hrbAt is t* btt sad4
met a ssaqts 00'in to tMw* b111
o'1 s.wv*


ROOSEVELT SPEAKS velt, Wi lliam.llne S t TURPENTINE INTER-
nn n A rntn~e~!~,~c.1mer,t of South (arolina, and, tovornor T
rn -a n o ~ o*,.i. Uil.li5 01 i-ell'... r. 'I t -.-A r, 11 0 U uuLnuimuuamin u


run uwou nunuo

Large Attendanceaad Great En-
thusiasm at Convention.

BRYANh ONE OF THE SPEAKERS

The Delegates From Var ous States
and Territories Spoke at Length on
the Great Advantage of Good Roads,
and Urged Their Construction.
Col. J. B. Killebrew of Tinnu-s-e*,
writing for the Mann facturer-' eiteid,
gives the following graphic aiv(otint. of
the great national convention tor good
roads at St, Louis:
No more successful convention Wit W'
ever held in the interest oi any in-
dustrial movement than the good(
roads convention that was hIld in St.
Louis from April 27th to tInh 2t)i in-
olusive. In the number and intolli-
gence of its delegates, in its eunthusi-
asm and working capacity, in its tnn-t-
nimity and singleness of purpose', in
the nuniber of able speakers and free-
dom from partisan or political influ-
ences, it was seldom, if ever, equaled.
Two thousand delegates from nearly
every State and territory in the union
attended the convention. From tihe
first day to the last the most domi-
nating idea was the necessity of gov-
ernment aid in the construction of
rural routes-government aid to be
conditioned upon an equal amount of
local aid as set forth in the Browulow
bill. All the speakers, with the ex-
ception of one or two, dwelt upon this
idea, and the thundering applause that
followed each speaker left no room for
doubt as to the sentiment of the con-
vention on this point.
The best evidence, however, was int
the adoption of the declaration of
principles and resolutions on the last
day of'the meeting. There was not a
dissenting voice in that large aenemi-
blage. The declaration of principles
as set forth asserted that the building
of good roads in the United States
is now of paramount importance to
national prosperity and commer-
cial supremacy; that the harmonious
co-operation of township, county,
State and national governments is
needed itfurtherance of this end; that
though the appropriations hitherto
made by Congress for the improve-
ment of the rivers and harbors were
beneficient and comnmendable, yet.
the timenlt haome when the agricultu-
ral dstrAicts should be assisted in the
matter of building highways, so that
the benefits ofa the free mail delivery
may be extended and thus promote
a higher order of oitisenshifp and. also
meet the' ever-growing neoessities of
the great agrlculural interests of the
country, upon which prosperity and
growth depend
The establishment throughouO the
United States of a complete and per-
feet organization for thii. prpe mwas
recommended, aid the delegates as-
sembled were made reprtescnttives of
the national organisation of rthe Go Road' A-soOlation to carry forward
this local orgaitatlion. The woek of
tho oflfie of iublie road itnqtlutites was
endorsed, and the sense of the couven-
tion was that ite opportunt tie should
be enlarged asd Its usefulnhsS extend-
ed by a largtetr appropriaton.
The principle of Stato and county
Go operation was commended, am)d It
was more than ae einmphasted that
it i a maueh theduty of thegeutal
governments to eaisnt in the building of
highways as It is to improve' the river-

The ioltison favoring nat5tl aid
is to be preseaed to the (C-agewsof
the Unitedatea b a aeonin~*,m moo
pod of one o mussber from ea< tuitate
to be selected bSy the 5wrettry of the
iaseiosal Good toed.' Asseldatknu.


Thi beding of the meriorial en4
from Maoteello to tshe nivotl ouf
VYisiata la homor of Thomas JeSl ,e
whfa(isned the 8int bi4 for this con-
abusoles of a sathoml hbi$IwVy en
Illil 1 I' 11K Mail im~~~n~t al
i-'W f^C^^-^-^ *W^ y 1- iis4 W.v,7^*; P '
Mi~t~t-'t~l ^^J-m^^H~t I*^111-*^*.'* A


.umm.is, of a,, IOWA. Air- ,toveit, and U,, ,. I UIlUUIIAOIIlo
Mr. BIryan both spoke of the necessity
of buollding blettr highwtiys for thie na-
tion, and iniumii neither conmiitutd Cold and Inclement Weather
hinumslf ot he opoitionoovei'nnelnt Causes Great Roduction.
aid, yet, the inference was clear thallt
both would favor suclh expenikldittiret.CONDITIONSARE UNFAVORABLE
Senator Latimer made a strong aiCONDITIONS.AE UNFAVORABLE
ununswerablo argument ini favor of
government aid, There will be no This is the Season When Operators
more earnest worker for good roads in Should be at the Top of the Game,
the next Congress than Sonator Lati- But They Have Been Discouraged by
iner. Continued Cold and Wet Weathir.
The President. nimade sone agooI M
points. Among other things hosaid: i i. L Mooreof Rohlle, a member
"it is the habit of road building that of the firm of M. L. Moore & Co., who
I gives to at people permanent greatluess. operate stills at Rochelle, Grove Park
"'Thei development of thb iron road and points in Nassau county, was Ini
Iatls been all that. otto could wishili, but the ofty ont butsitnoss yesterday.
it is nl-re presuttiiptiotn to consider Mr. Mooro hi a thorough turpontineO
good railways as stbstitute-s for good and naval stores man, httving been on-
hightways. aged in the btsiniss n North Caro-
"We want to set cition hitn tilt, bitt. 'l Itia, tleorgian nd Florida for mwntiy
not at the ex penite of thie coutltry dlis- years. lliA tIrmu ls probably today one
triets. of the most exttensive operators in the
"If the wilnlt r mieais to the average State, and whOen it comes to naval
farmer a long linie o liquid moIiraioe stores lie knows what lte Ia talking
through which lie must piinfilly foreoe about.
his tonm if bent on business, iant In s peaking generally of the business
through which he must wade or swim yesterday, Mr, Moore statettl that the
if bent on pleasure; if an ordinary prices were exeoodingly too low for
rainstorni means that the farmter's boy proltt, and on top of this the oondli-
or girl cannot use their blcylels, you tiont of the weather have been largely
have got to expect that those who live against, the operator for the past few
in the rural districts will not find farm weeks.
life attractive. "We have had entirely too nutols
"We should oncourago any check to cold weather,"' said Mr. Moore. There
the unhealthy flow from the cotin- i no use talking, the sap will not run
try to the city." when the weather tois old. Whon tilis
This movement in favor of govern- otldition was abatud the rain eot in,
meant aid Is gathering strength day by and it has been another groat detri-
day. It will reaoh such proportions by tnett to the pruodution, as what little
the meeting of the next Congress that sap did run was washed away by -the
no congresstnan, who has hes any ro- rains. We ttturpetito operators are
gard for his own popularity, will b blue, and no ont can blame us. Thore
able to resist it. Several conttvrslonis is no set of follows In the world who
occurred during this national bonvtt- ar more monttetentod if aondithons are
tion. Several who eamne prepared to half-way favorable, but we have had
resist the niovement wore astonished lnotiug to trouble tis withill the li at
at the depth and unanimity of senti- few woi',ks, especially sineo thie prioe'
ment among the delegates of all po- of spirits has been dowi."


litical parties. 'lT imipult o is gather-
ing strength, mind he who wobid not bei
swept away rnilst move with it,
SAM JONES WAS GOOD,

Lectured to a Fair-Sized Audience
Tuesday Evening.
Rev. 8am P. Jones, evantgelist atid
platform orator, appeared In this city
under the auspices of the Houiltherr
Lyeenm Tuesday evening, The opera
house was fairly well crowded, but not
as largely as It was antiolpated for thi
attraction. This was probably duo.
however, to the Inclement condition of
the weather, for many faced the int-
conveniences of a rainstorm in order
to hear what lie had to say.
Mr. Jones, as uoual, kept his sidienuce
In a good humor, and during the course
of his lecture "spoke a heap of facts,"
as he pleased to term it. He occeupled
the attention of hla hearers for an hour
and a half, and many declare that the
lecture was too short,
Mr, Jonsties departed yesterday for
Marias ta.wh)ere he has asppo)t titmtott
for tonight.
DAY WAS A DULL ONE

No Business Transar.led by Court
Other Than Orand Jury Work.
Thi T eecond day of the. pritg tr ,-
of the circttut court pfaed withu ts
spe(Ial incident. It fsi't, hi*'rf wIas.
nothing doinit in theI ctourt riuomt, t0,
court and Iar being idle all day The
work has tIoen left to the grand jtry,
which was laboring n earnest yester-
day,. evtral indictme'fnt waerel'- fotundl,
'but a nuw1tr of thi partie-s hae inot
yet tetn apprendled.
The feort and grsnd jory will on -
vene again at 9 Ps'otowhk ithi a morning'.
Slgiory .3 xiwa'r Trw.pmWeaI***
To islwp At t oedy s sign of 5)t)( I&?Yl saeiUmtles an0 .
lPhl.sthi* itily, especially In the ah-t,
ter of tthe rbroi'- arid th wttrsetlonI A
tys tAa wouMd lhave Ulttl aity
lbo t tom generate co tstoo ofa pn t

tet* tl ato OH 01


NEWS FROM KIRKWOODO,

Personal and Other Mattlers Which
Prove of' Interoet to Readers;
Kirkwood, May 1r -Mr. Smith of
Philatilphi iia 1 at present nijoyinlg a
visit with his tmiice,( st the itoserntor
mAitrsiti I)t l.oIalilh'vihaw ave-uite.
)Dot. C' 1intidloy may often be soen
taking a mail in hlis brand now boat,
". Ft I I'loridla," on the twautiful
watrs of iLake Aiachtau It isa thing
of hi-nauty, iIty It 1,w) a joy forever,
Anot her boat is nom to make its ap-
piaranc' tin. thoe waters of the above
named lake. Its owner being a mnan
of Freistnh taste, hais painted It artip.
tlially it green and n luHe.
Mrs. ilnd ley aslonilihed the aktesid-
ants at NtitiAy sehocd lass abbaath by
appearing in her buggy that' was en-
joying a fine inow suiit i red and bltk.
Mits Ittuby I)oleaud gave a very enO
joyableh spidur wet, party in honor of
l:er forteenth btrthdtay, on Saturday
at the I*tws."
The1 MNtles Kisox gave a very pretty
ht1il party last wtek at their now
Ilt -oit i Mason av0t1ene.
W.' atre sorry to noti that Mirn
WVold, widow of thOs late MaJ, M, I,
m Vole, i.tu serim'tsiyrly I11 at hor hotio-
on LaHi t ihu avenue.
It is *tid hiy thoes, who profess* to
ktnuw. that there Is "orre water now itn
Lakie Alethua thaun hal been any time
Ian-e 141J. As that year tih-ored in4
thm gkeattet orange boom the A tate has
ever- knewn, it is thought that the
great prevalence of water every.
where, althe orange tree re great deal of mo*iture, will again filt
their tes? with ithe gold4nt rutls and
gla14den the hopes (of the, ptilest cuuti-
vator. -"
*lditO'i. Note--The i.'rrepordsjlln
will plaMe write on other than kIsue
paper In future,

m.om Wt W ,4,0'4
"Cas a.sy int.l boy us glr tat is.


: .,.





m u K





TEN CENTS A WEEK


Aff': '


+al



















1'4

S


- -- -- - - .* .:. -.... .7 : *,IV.,..


I TO LOCATE SETTLE .

Atlantic Coast line Offers OO WAy
H+OWV IT> IA P NED Rates to Homeoeekgrs.
0 I' The Atlantic Coatf Line Railroad
Company will participate in one way
Ysp He Was Riding in Dark settlers' rates from Qhio and Alassls-
sippi river gateways-OClneinlati, 0.,
SiCe When eld Up. Louisville, Ky., Ivansvllle, Ind., Pa-
ducah, Ky., Cairo, Ill., St. Louis, MIo.,
Ill BELIEVES MEN ARE WHITE and points beyond ; also in baking rates
from Memphis, Tenn. (tfbkets not to
laypSeveral Parties Knew He Had. I) sold from Memphis proper),, for
Prawn Money and Papers, and Be- points on and north of the line of the
Ileves That Those Guilty of Robbing Frisco system (Memphis to' Kansas


Him Were Among the Number. City), to the following points in Flor-
; ida, Georgla North and South Car-
M 8. S Lanier, who resides about olina and Alabama located on this
threeomiles to the northwest of Now- system, or to which the company forms
berry, aid who was the victim of a part of an authorized ticketing route,
bold highway robbery Monday night at following rates under conditions
.while abou half-way between New-' named:
berry and his honie, is in the city at- Rate-One-half of the standard odie-
tending court, and to The Sun lie has way faro, plus $2.00.
given the particulars of his misfortune Dates of sale-Mare-h 3 and 17, 1903;
Just as they occurred. April 7 and 21, 1903; May 5 and 19,
Mr. Lanier states that he is the ad- 1903; ,Juno 2 and 16, 1903; July 7 and
milnistrator and guardian of the estate 21, 1903; August 4 and 18, 1903; Sep.
of Joel ]loll, who met his unfortunate tember I and 15, 1908 ; October 6 and
death about a year ago between the 20, 1903; November 8 and 17, 1903.
bumpers of soutme cars in the yards of Limit-Continuous passage.
the Jacksonville and Southwestern Condition'-Contract and each cou-
Srailroad at Jacksonville. pon 6f tickets to be faced "second-
"1I was awaro that I was coining to class, not good in parlor or sleeping
Gainesvillo 1Monday," said Mr. Lanier, oars."
"and I was also aware that it, would be Here are some of the staple crops of
necessary for me soon to make a re- the different sections of this territory:
port- as administrator of the estate, All vegetables and small fruits,
and guardian of the heirs. Accord- peaches, pears, grapes, figs, oranges,
Ingly, I went to Newberry Monday, pineapples, grapefruit, watermelons,
where I have been accustomed to keep citrus and other fruits, wheat, corn,
the money and valuable papers of the oats and other grains, tobacco, cotton,
estate under the look and key of a peanuts, hay, rice.
Irlend's safe. I made no secret of my The policy of the Atlantic Coast Ltn
mission, as I o(tertlined no idea that is to foster all developments along its
was among any one but my friends, line.
ho are all good, honest people. It claims that it is the greatest
"I left Newberry o ho k. trucking road in America, and it pro-
7 o'clock. When 1 had reached a garden and orchard products to the
point half-way between Nowberry and northern markets in the best possible
my loine, in a dark place in the road, condition, in shortest time, and at lovy-
two men suddenly sprang in front of est rates.
mTnno part of the country is there a
me. They had m11 covered with pis- greater abundance of game and" fih
tols, for I could listingtlah the glare than on this line.
of thu bright, nickeled barrels of the Northern farmers are invited ao
Instruments in the moonlight which Iwritt for information in detail about
the territory of the Atlantic Coast
.4o1kered between the branches of the Line.
troes. As quickly as it could be done Too Great a Risk
I prang from my horse and grappld reat a
wth the n who attempted to take eIn almost eve ry neighborhood some-
wh te wl wo t one has died from an attack of colic or
the box I held under mly arm. I never cholera morlbu, often before mnedicino
released the reins of iny horse, and could be procured or a physician sum-
after a fierce struggle thu men finally iioned. A reliable remed y for these
wrenched the box from dly possession. a ld tic kept at hand. The
the tol y risk is too great for any ole to take.
They then told me to move on, and if Ohanberlain Co lic, Cholera and
I wastcaught on that road again tho Diarrhoea Romiedy has undoubtedly
same ntiight they would 'lix' me. saved the lives of more people and re-
"I proceeded to mny hon-e, and the lieved more paint and suffering than
i ally other medleine in use. It can al-.
following mornitcameto Gaisville, ways be depended upon. For sale by
where I hayv siic bwnli o hall druggists and medicine companies.
"1 could se In the t dit t moonlight TO THE MANATEE SECTION.
botwutiveith- trees that thi o en ihd -.......
black faces," Mr. lainier continued, One-Way Settlers' and Round-Trip
when tttvtib itd as It whether or not Home Seekers' Rates.
lie could identiify thera, "but I aun The Seaboard Air Line railway have
quite sitre thtl they were not lnegroes, ar-ranged the following attractive rates
for the anccnt of their spoech gave to Manatiee, Biraidentown, Ellenton'and
them awaty. t im suro they werO Sarasota, Fla:
white, bul. who they might have been From Ohio River Gateways.
I have liot thel sligh tiett idea." One-way settlers' tickets endorsed
A report received froi Newborry so ond olass, not good in parlor or
yesterday at tales iiat Mr. Lauler, who sleeping cars, to be sold to all points
is a wood contractor, went to Newberry on the U. S. & NV. I. R, R. and 8. S.
to secure monvy with which to pay his Co. line at rates based one-half of the
hands. \'hihl on hi way home, about firet'ilass mlnited fare, plus $2.00.
a mile from Newbcrry, ho was held tup Tickets will be sold one the tirbiand
and relieved of his cash, amounting to third Tuesdays of each month, to anid
lf50, The Newbatrry correspondent including November 17th, 1008.
states that Mr. Lattnier returned to) Homo seekers' excursion tickets to
Newberry and notitl-d the anthoritie*, Parrish., Ellnton, Palmelto, Braideni-
after which a itpoe was organized aind town, MahIintee Onooo and Sarlisota
went ill search of the robbers, but no ( trace ,cotild be fomi. Thi $Newberry 00, for the r tund trip. Tickets will
tra ..... .... "." .. : e l!id-on the tfi rstid third Tuesdays
eorresliouitlet a s evidently nmiitn of eahmMonth, to iand including No-
formed, as the story and particulars member 17th. 1903. with final limit
wer.- re it.ied by ,MIr 1.an.ir hituself. twenty-one. days fornt date of sale.
Tiokets will be good to stop-over ohn
Spring Ailments.. thiaboai Air lain railway t route on
There is tun ac-lig and tired feeling; tgoig journey within fifteen-day
the liver, .owe an. kidn yS l.becoit3 Thent l aord Air Line railway
sluggish anwl innst ve, t ii. inflation veh'v issued -sone very attractive ad-
impaired, with iitlit. or t' ltppetite., no vertislihg tuatter, coveriiag these rates,
ainbitiou fir artvwti:, aindl a feeling whlith is Weing distrihuted 0xtemnively
that th, a hoh.' ll, aitd mui'Ml t'nc J through the North, sttt and North-
toning up Ti.e tr. ,bl{' is. iati th dr- iw'5tw,.
ing wiuter, their, l.. I't anl iacurn- Uti t,'n ,reist.
lation of waste matter' It the 'set "'t wr v xitn Jackpot ,
blerbhit will remtei,,t it. scitue tohe - 1 1
eerblionls a right exi tut. iit, "tt ts thoic won la- it ';i on u tiluff." sald Mr.
*fftet., filly rest:.-,' ti<. w-nst-.u s i -es Ur-itus l'S,.kh'y as he tilted bils a n d g iv r s trs irtu i i t !in i 'U ,' ie ( t k +.,, t i i lt" l d iii' ha t o v e r h is e y e "
b0oat Johnsnis r "r'o '14 l o. e ce the t i'opeier?" nasktl
A . ... t ........ .
Tie Pri-inl---s yei -r ut,-;l,.-r illp No. i ith I openedxl a raxor. "-Wsh- -
p tly wnr 'ied? tlouStar.
T The sthelt-eWV l. htepf'tsy s U tiat'. ili;r, ,
fled.- ltaWr City I th'end i su Se it eia ,
*i... .." _, t ii* ltu 11 she help you to propoet?"
~( K LLII ~ it' it~a~U IJW AI !


Good order t he fonlndatoiin olf all
o; od thnige.-Burke,


I)..-eS (Oft (aItuL would,' pa tor Oltt on-
egtiement rElx."-Dletrolt Free 1E


I
il


-F


P. o. Box 2rS.


GaiuesviUe. Fla


RAILROAD
Oftrs VeyI w It rates on FollowilngDate
Colonist Tktee to 0ptitomni. Utah.,
raeo. oregon, Wcohtiiaao. ont!
tIdaho. Wyow. on ae nU June t.
St. Louis and Return
SONE FOARl UPLT 8 CENTS, On sate
Jun l td- oiietre uraittl Jun~e slt
San Francisco, Los Angeles and
Return
Nationali .wo neist etoil saite July W Avlust. iA Good
to return u OStober ti
Denver, Col., and Return
O(')itX at Jutt 2t Jly tb- tlooa to r(-
turn utl ai Aritg S lstla..
Thirou4i Ph lMitevpis ir oa dailiiu bet een
JtWkmsvUte. oW1t614Ct Attire. Cea-ttaUohCa.
Na.hvie .a!Wr tewjt IUi vifle antd 4. S ol*s. stld
**ibrea k'ui^lUtam eoar dsy *b-twteen
Na*ifitlle 4 bhtil s1 CAh the doh' t iMbe
ek line. lr ve .*e*l e the Ito
Rier ilV t'll l lS*t ketsst 4 pa mph-
lets addrem
FRIBO MILLeR. T. P. A.,
NX. I BnriW 3)dt., __ AtltaBt, a.

WM ANDERSON,


trair i Iictreal ir:ft g,



*p 0 0


:GAINOStE I


'The Wortd "Staritlrt'tain."
The word "stat.rvation" was introduc-
. cl Int11o e I b nglinsih lanimage by Its
cofne-," Heiy'y Dundas, fterwArd Vis-
couAt Mol'vil!e. It was' originlly used
by him In a speech In parliament on
the Anmerclan debate In 1",75 and was
Iminpedtately (iu:lght up iud applied to.
hlmreif in a political lekn me. so that
he wi k i.own thengeforwa.rd as Star.
nation" Duudis.'
"I shall not." such was his declarai-
tion. "wait for' the advent of starva-
tion from Edinburgh to settle my j vdg-
neliit."
Before the time of Dundas "starve,"
"stiirving," "starved" and "starveling"
were lin use. but hunger or famine rep-
resented the state of starvation.
Although this word has now an es-
tablished place in our vocabulary, it
was- at lirst vigorously opposed by
many, nnd on just grounds, as of hy-
brid formation. The root "starve" is
old English, while the ending, "ation,"
is Latin. It does not appear in any
English dictionaries until the year 1809.
A "Runaway Bicycle
Terminated with an ugly cut on the
legof J. B. Ornor, Franklin Grove, Ill.
It developed to a stubborn ulcer un-
yielding to doctors and remedies for
four years. Then Bucklen's Arnica
Salve cured. it's just as good for Burns,
Soalds, Skin Eruptions and Piles. 25c.
at all drug stores.



E.E.VOYLE
FIRE, BOND and
ACCIDENT INSURANCE,
Representing a number of prominent
Americati and English companies.


Abstract & Realty Company,
[hi^',rporated] '
E. E. VO LE, Manager.
Get an abstract of title to land before
buying. After paying the purchase
money there is often no redress for tax
sales and unoaneeled mortgages.

Manhattan "A" Typewriter.
NOT IN THI TRUST.
A IIUNDRED-DOLL IR TYPE-
WRITER FOR $50.
guaranteed for one year. Sold on
monthly piyrents iat ii alight ad-
vance to responsible parties.
Typewriter Ribbons for
v arlous machine.lu.

REAL ESTATE, DWELLINGS
AND LAND FOR SALE.

E. E. Voyle,
aiinerlle, Florida.



KEYSTONE BAKERY,
It. T. SCHAFER, Prop.

CHOI' E 1IRAUS. CAKES and PImS
lrrosh lEvery Day.
Delivered to All Parts of City.
SatUltfatdon (Guaranteed
Special attention to Circuses. Minstrels
%itd other travelinii troupes.
Hunting Parties, etc.


WEST AND NlIW ORLEANS T


56 I


. v Jcktojuville....................
r Lake City........................ 6t5i v
. Ar vreOak........................ 685p
%rMasdlaon...................... 7.. 55 12
-i Monlttrello....... ........ ... o10p 8
Ar TalAtkiantrees.................. 940 o
Ar Qniney .................... 4
Ar iver Junctlon .... ....... .....
A r Penacola.....................
Ar Mobile................ .. .....
A r wOrlans.g.................
Lv Jacksonvllle ........... j..t
Ar Mceon......... ........
A tlauta......... ... ......
Chattanooga ............. .
Naslhvlle.....................
St Louis ......................
Chleago ....................... ,


Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on
Saturdays, from Gainesvil.e.
Train No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepersg I
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Washington.
buled day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmon
dining car service from Jacksonville.
No. 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express
tween Jacksonville and Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleepe
tween Jacksonville and New York.
No. 65 connects at Starke for LaCrosse, Alachua, Willeford, Wanneewt`
intermediate points, and at ArCner with Early Bird branch.
Nos. 66 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville. |
ti hi-fl.o'K~ey West and Hlavana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesday,
and Thsda'ys, it p. inm.
0 A MAcDONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
E. COBB, Ticket'Agent. Gainesville. -




S P 1 f RESPONSIBLE COMPANIES,
S 1 T I CORRECTLY WRITTEN POLICIES ,"
SWorthy of LIBERALITY ov POLICY CONTRACTS
Consideration PROMPT PAYMENT oP LOSSES.

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


Fire, Life, Accident and Health Inslrallee.:

-Agents for the- t


Victor Safe and Loek
The "Victor" is the best safe made, and partie l.hniplat-
ing the purchase of a safe, or anything in that hli$P,
from a box to a bank vault, will save money (
by consulting us. Call on or address,

{ CU-SH MANT & HILL,
Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA

I J I I I I I I I I


)


CL Y.DE LI NE


TR-Winx9~~lr!,-ySAJIISI-G-S


Jacksonrville arid
Calling at CHARLESTON, S.
The Finest Steamships in the


New York,
C., both ways.
Coatwise ServivtA


Clyde New England and Southern Lines
Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE: BOSTON and '
PROVIDENCE, and All Eastern Points.
Calling at Charleston both ways.

A Seana-'w:ECIE: L ST BA- L.,1 r<
Northboud . .. ..........o lewi'har.Boton
.Fro.. t Foot of Catherine st., Jacksonville


CClvde St. Johns River Line
"pn "A JA SONI rLe-LE njtI S, AN OF1q")
stopping at latkaAstor, St Francis,. 1eresford tl1eLand) andInte
i4tndings on St. Johns l ire r
Steamer ITY OF JACKSONVILLE "
-la ea- Is appt -d to mil tas fo how::
SLeave Sanfol p. n. Sutnla.. Tuesday and Thursdays.
rces Satiford 9:) a. mNi tjdas. j ednsdays and Fridays ;
'ViEWL days and Fda^
Leave 5: pm .. ... Ja.cks nvile ..... .......Ariv j
m .......... Palatk ............. l aveh
a m .......... ... ........ ..-


' i ..........: :' ii%+ I # "3t l


"I"'






iii,

I
It
I'



I~'"











L4






t~i'
'I
.5',,


Whnothave young hair and look y.un?
L.. - L A. t S* A U' *: -.ft tl


)A, MAY 14, 1903 ., -






Air Line Railway.
SOHDULU EJIUCTIY APBI il, i930.
t .I3II1*65 I O THERBDPIVISIO 3__3__
9 85a 900 p V. .... ... ...... J.kJ so tlJt.ie ..................Ar 0 0 7 a
10 15 9 54 2 p8 Ph ..w..................n..R iW i......p....r.......1 It. a 6 0 4
11 4 11 P 4 20 P .......... ... .. ............ 8 20 . a 2
S....... ..... .. ...........Cedar ey ......... ..... ... .....
1 p .... .. . d .. ................. iver Spr ....... ....... ........ i.. ... i.' 1all B
S h x 1 6 ....... .................. Orlw ldo.o................... ...... 1. 2 P 111
8 j ..........1........ .2a#Or udo .................. ........ 30 o p 9 isa ;B
4 14 4 a ...... ...... ..... .......... ade ...... t1
11 p r 4 al ...... ........ .......Plantr Cty.................... ....... 10 0 p p 0'
7 08 p I2I s a ...... ..... ... Palmetto.. ........ .. ....... a 30 p ir
728 p 11 40i a...... ............ ...Manatee.. ................ .... 1 p 7
7 4B5 Ili ............... .. ..Sarasota....... 7.a 0a
...... .. Lv ... .... 00 p


6NORT AND EAST I 34 68 6
Lv .lvsksonville......... 845 75') ..
ArFerinmdlina......... 1' 1ssa ) .00 .
Ar riuawltek........... 2 01 p 10 ......
Ar Stannrih............... top1 &1 a..
Ar Dnrtl i-k................ 2 30 a4 ...
v [[lm ....... ...3.. .a..
Ar Co1Inrn'bl............. 530p 3 .. .
Ar Ca.mflon............... 740p 554 .
Ar miamlet. .............. 955p 805a ...
A r p'V lillltnlgto ........... 1 p .......
Arloitl.icrn Viniz. ....... 11 Is p 3ina.......
Arleigh.............. I p 10 45 .....
Ar P'>rtnmoiith............ 8(t a 586p'.....
Ar limhnond, Va......... 035 812 p.......
Ar Washingtmon......... ..lo 0 a 80p .
Ar itilmore .......... ... 25 1125pi..
Ar Phllizdelphls........... 3 3op 25l a...
ArNew Vork .............. 4 15 3 aOA... ...





THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MAY 14, 1903


A JAPANESE GARDEN.
eFollow This Recipe and You Will
Have One Complete."
The classical garinu lIlk a bonnet, ti
governed by special laws of harmony
and rhythm. It must live its 0ive
hills, its ten trees and' Its fourteen
stones. You can get alongIvithout the
hills, and you can get along without
the trees, but you cannot get along
without stones. Indeed the perfect
type of the flat ga rden is nothing but
an archipelago of rocks In a sea of
white pebbles. The stones must be
the foundation; the rest are mere ac-
cessories, Speak-Ing stones are what
19 wanted--stomes that suggest moods
and passions-for the Japantese recog-
nize that there are sermons in stones:
Each stone has Its name and relative
place in the composition. There is
the guardian stone in the center and
opposite it the belieview stone. Across
the cascade is the moonslhade stone
and s6 on.
'The hills tiuniisk each other by rule.
J ie principal hill has its two foothills,
s. Ipur hills, its distant peak, seen
.iU trough a valley, and the low hill that
ust stand on the oplp'site side of the

.S there are i principal stone and a
Qelpal hill, so must there he a "prin-
S'tree," the shojin boku, around
Wich the Tree of Perfection, the Tree
f Evil, the Tree of the Setting Sun.
:I 'e Tree of Science nnd the Tree of
iblitude bow their lesser heads.
These are the essentials. Now, add
pt one pond,. one island, two stone lan-
terns, three bridges and mix thorough-
ly, garnish with lotus and serve with
goldfish and mandarin duck. There is
a recipe for a Japanese garden.-Wil-
liam Verbeck in Country Life.

A SMALL LIBRARY.
The Principle of Selection on Wbich
It Should ie BHaedt.
I think that a limit of three books
will Usually allow a very fair repre-
sentation of a novelist. For instance.
Thackeray is very fairly represented,
by "Vanity Fair," "Heniry Esmond"
and "Pendennis" and Dickens by
"Pickwick," "David Coppertield" and
"Martin Chuzzlewit." Walter Scott
would not suffer by one choosing
"Ivanhoe," "The Bride of Lammer-
moor" and "The Heart of Midlothlan."
"Tom Jbnes" would autlice for Field-
ing and "Pride and Prejudice" for Jane
Austen. "The Mill on the Floss" for
;:eorge Eliot and "The Ordeal of Rich-
'i Mittd Feverel" for George Meredith.
takingig only the great outstanding fig-
urea, Tolstol need only be present with
i "Anna Karenina" and "War and
Peace" nnd EImlle Zola with, say,
S"Drink" and "The Dream." "The Three
0;' Musketeers" and "The Count of Monte-
Christo" would sUitice for Alexandre
SI)unmas amid "Lee Milwrable" and "No-
tre Dame de .Paris" for Victor Hugo.
It Is harder to say of the vast mountain
range of Balzac otn what particular
peo;ks our choicl- should fall, but prob-
ably here a .'igain the most popular books
will rove the, most typilhal--"Le Perm
Gorlot," "Enugnit' Grandet" and "The
Ass' Skin."
I ami not, it at must he understood, mak-
fuig a list of books "wiithoot which," as'
the )ooksHllers sany, "no gentlemitni's
library Is complete." I am only taking
a few standard muthors for the purpose
of Illustrating priiinclv of selection
^ which amust perform-"ep'rate In a small
library. If our ibrary does not or can-
S not contain the best books, it must cer.
tatlnly contain some of them, and, how-
Sever Idiosyncratic of Its owner, it must
bear thle stamp of a general distlnc-
tion.--Ilchard be Gallienni In Success.
FPoetellis Death by Sense of Sucll.
S There's an old superatltlon that a
S howling dog in front of the house of
-j: an ill person porttonds death. One
tproiunent physltlan believes absolute-
ly In it. Thls phIysician lhis a wonder-
fullly actte sfetee of smell. Frequent-
ly, he says. he cau foretell the coming
of death within forty-eight hours of a
patient's demise. Within two days of
death, he says, a p.wulhar earthy odor
I...*cotune.M Inrtletbih- n' oat 1m person


about to die. wilwhre hlie became aware of tlh pi-
Seuliar .dor while talking to ano Ail-
. pftsrentty healthy maul. 'lint night the
man dropped dead of heart ditn .s
The pvhyklclattai ftr from atlrlbutlttgi
the peeiltar nmanifottation to other
t. han phyiological reat aoua. Ills own
e ense of Rmell Is abnortually acuteo.
1.sw York Prema.
Hotel Bills' Is nirtldt4.,
The author of "'Portugal Old nd
New" sfndi fault with .EnIti. hotltel
ke.i*era tor uaing a joprittt.d form of btil
S" on which the plain rjquirm*nent% of a
i8 th)ple tmrveler am, lost Rmid A mull-
Stude of items. The rest ls that whftl
.a Kgut patys for a day's ard aI itglt'as
lodtnp he is positively almost tshamed
at tindin dute registry of hils IaviOig
Wanted mettber liquor nor statmeoner%
RMt warn baths nor douche bata aort
s hbower bath* nor pots of ,"ti not t.he
hotel 4*iiresr and 1s apt to releti

Wh e r e Vw lU^Bl*
^^ ,lt .1 .( I^.:'.;*-'^-^^


1


A Pacic of Ctrdls,.
The ordlatry playing cards of tXoay
are derived front a stictk game sup-
posed Io havp originated In this coun-
try. Ftfty small sticks are a pack. The
"gatne" was originally for the player
to divide the sticks rapidly with his
two hands, the oppontant guessing
which 1audL held the larger number.
OvQ- .t* s of sticks spent rainy days in
', rvig thoiu. The Aslhtl:; Lonrrowed
the game and curved more\' oi. borate
counters out of Ivory. 'lhtee with dif-
ferent carvings grew to have different
values. Arranging them In groups of
fours made t tncessary to add two to
the original number. Then thin slabs
of Ivory begai to be used.
For centuries after this all playing
cards were hand painted, at first on
ivory or metal, afterward on card-
board. Tlie pictures, at first legendary
heroes and ladies, gradually became the
fixed, wood faced caricatures we now
know, and these, coming back to Amer-
ica in their westward journey around
the world, find our Pacific coast- Indi-
ans still juggling thbo same kind of
sticks 'their forefathers used. New
York World.
A Physician Healed.
Dr. Geo. Ewing, a practicing physician
of Smith's Grove,!Ky., for over thirty
years, Writes his personal experience
with Foley's Kidney Cure: "Foryeara
I had been greatly bothered with kid-
ney and bladder trouble and enlarged
prostate gland. I used everything
known to the profession without relief,
until I commnonced to use Foley's Kid-
ney Cure. After taking three bottles.
1 was entirely relieved aid poured. I
Irescribe It now daily In my pfaitiee
and heartily reoommend Its use to all
physicians ir such troubles. I have
prescribed it In hundreds oftoase with
erfeet suowee." Sold by W. 0. -al-
lae' drugstore.
eeop BSea Psh.
Great forests of sm weeds cover tine
bottom of the oc0a1 and reach from
the greatest deptit: to the surface. I6
these fort.ts tier is life more dlvem t-
fled tltan In the primeval fdresti of the
tropils. Spida ai nd wormlike a limals
of enortmous size, lfusor, crabs. sea
urchina. 4hllea reustaceaim. staff ilh
turtles anid tnUilomu of other liivtig
things of t0l klads tiMid their tfd in the
equally varied plant life of the deep
sea.
A curious circulmntarnce eoaumceted
with indeep sea fi8h1 it that nomle of these
thas ever N i.n brought up alive. Re-
ctt deep ev e1piitomttiotl reveal the
fra-t that the oetp atlll uaitsurable treasutt.* which await de-
veihpinent and, utiliatlou by hu al
iji..iatlvlr moI. The t ost fertlle acra
of cutlvatidf land Ia* t sterile. desmt
coxmpn! with one acre of the smrfae
of the deep sea bmttom.
For Those Who Live ron Farms.
Ir. Berlin, Pans, 1M1., wrlte!: *.
have used Ballard's ainow lirniameAt;
always recommend it to _my friend,
I aSm confident thire ite inobteir made.
It it a dandy for buro." Those who
live on farms are e peciftally liable to
many acideIntatl ets, brba id
bruise, which heaI rapidly when llb
latI'd Scow Liftimentt i apw ,t
uhauld alwal tb kept ins thie ok o sor
asews of emergetley. 2t, 5e and $1 W
aI Joimaom Bro,

1 Whs it onsa. to a ba

^^ l^ '^ Wm^t1 *


Gainosvil1o & Gulf Railway Compaiy

THE FRUIT & VEGETAB 3LE ROUTE-

OF FLORIDA.

Time Tableh in effect Jatnury 4, 190.

No. 6 No,5.
Daly No 4. No, No. 4. No. I No. l. al
o't 4iy Daily. ST''AT)ONS. TLL.. lDily. Exouot
yuuday Hun


M liV P M Lv A MA



Si:.......... ^







.v 0i 0i 6 i5
7 1(1 7 11)
7 18 7 17
T 8O Ar 7 85
.{8 10 8 .i
.... . .I1 )
.. r . p.
7 to Q fto

At r A I hr PW


............F itrfield..........
..........Irv ne ............
..... .. D ntugarvan .......
..... .. onth de ... .. .
.Lakeltsimantrn.
......... .tookm, ...........

........ Kire lmwood ......
........ n py tt.........
............-thow a ...........


.. Rooky Point.......
S.....G dne rsll .......
...-....... H l m'yl .... .....
.... ........ l 'vrtl .. ......
........ .. ;r)is h .- .. .. .
R. -t?-.,;'..m Uity .,. .
...Lake IBt'tr, f-, & VF.
.Jaooksonvill, .. & 8. W.
S..Iake oty, ( .. &i F...
Al.... T a l atM e, F. C& ...
...a..eM oo, G. ,& FP...
......Atrlant, C, of Q'. ....


Ar. P M


9 10
u 4r5
8 30
8 .?2
8 10
7 40
6 00
7 25
1 43
11 0

rv A


Ar 1'PM Ar1P
0 M
.... 6 46
........ tt 40
........ 6 40
........ ,{ r ij

12
.. ... . t ,0.
.. .... 4 f6
. . 44
..... ... 4 t0
S 11Ar 31 )tl
8 40 2 2 3'
8 26 1Gil
ST 1 1l
8 05 1 1o

) ....


19 46 a.....
Lv iM ..


Lv P
7 45
7 M5
8 00
8 05
819
8 16
8 88
8 45
8. 0
8 5s
908
9 16

11 85
12 '0
12 40

,. P



A 't


Trlia 3 and 4 wIll not run between Galnevillo and Fairfield on 1 undaty


L. E. BAliKER. General
J.y l!LL, Agetit,. JAS.


Superintendent.
M. ORAHIAM. President.


I


THECS Kt (0..


REFRIGRATORS K

"R EA DWS ODORLES-S. 60,L illrI :Ni1-
e Plrn. Ia L Si fmru T nAA 0- RA M S


PALMfR'S HAMMOCKS
A Pull A-rtmnutdmlar
bis Iatft rattten

WATER COOLERS,
FREEZERS, ao All
Spring and Summer

S Speoiltie.


#IMJWUiLLB UI*A


Th. ANDARD

ARUTi end TRUST



Wli fhll h $lPft V at yuy
*' 4 a g:. For?***''?;'~**'*^l ^' l^ a ^''^t C^'wy'c1 *)" *..


w


The Florida w. t ow
NEW PROCESS REGELED ICE
Fruit and Ti 11k dO"W .


timcl IYesr


141O


A handsmiely tillotratd4 magarluati
Id<.votedi especially to the itutrests of
thie fruit iand vegetable grower of


0 ',,n rw~I4*at 0y ~ jf0*01#rta of .,iiy
I at1 a .la IfIR'
a newt ** P4 a


Florida ..-... -.. ... ..- .. ...
A social trial4W'5r14t 1io nof "is ATI A 1
-n,,oth. will IMe *s pno r,,tp- mof ODAK8 and

.. ....... ODA SUPPLIES.
S PlAt. aud ,ow'A i Aa .,
-_ -- '. ... J .:t .*d .-int$, R.


jltap4 5~ 151M4 ~
It~tA,~mt


---C 'Fi _ L --- I_~i-~---C--IIC-I~-_-__~.~II- -^i ---X--


I I~ll--~L?-c"nc~-c-


---------------


-; -


,1 Ib~ wolrmm.rsri Uur


777"-


* *' 21
S


I -




~' J..


THE, AILY M: GAJMT.I., FIRDA. MAY-14, 193


tieW vines as Goune'nvt i
as eR~fasewft1 mail maiise ~
^.^^^t.m tl^aZ <:;!;* I&AIi

Cl i
BL(BOCK.

swHtUintRf every inrninwr 43-
,. 4tewrubrei t1 canurti"n i rl.e "aisd.
vs 0 sM o a*54 tem 1 )n M -
o. tOW B aGSnn tfrw ivue wielmn-
tanna **aawta m fea
bmaI Lo GIi'mu. u10 ents a
o.,ass. s ,ens tar e i av ermtwintl ma.e rn iowla


option, tradi.gs. This e-xcep.iia.l t.g-
ee .ua e a r a(r e leaew eanv o b be plaiuly traced to Ihea
pav(tfrmn e e n W, Dumtnila eBi: o .evrmi'y' Mon- Ire iur i-o i ^ i
U, %it, a s .wee. -eal tave and in eaatern buleliqqe chat, with large ea- 1
l.w ianela d. tpouanUt Tree., rU0 a.y itaL, t obtaind d eorni4i o.o the bulT
S n~t sreatatesaorC nala. forstl.O o .e trop yet o be delivered on i-
:Vi 's su'" '31 t de ,yt e I oredes,
pWa, oilla eoa*m du- Arter tir. Eli'ven cents for tJuly (toGr is- not
wilBsiatasvehLement m.niemai iAerwtte elM ivnen-eent eottal for the. mail who
S.t nrcawtt Partir noc tnown so plewt he land, plants the t eedt and mi
BBis oa u tpW i.t o Dso for a iverTlAMlM In all'
AOmL T lIM AELyrssC n hoes and htows the emp. It is not
ssvstry. 'rt.. a grower' mak ritti butI a grafter'p
______1___ 1_11_ _ ._ market.
S*xpotrter et ath Arerii- Y there s si gnifitanae in the fact
jm*vs heealrd profi by bolition dhot eatto conditions make e 3t th is apotrt tax on eeresai. .=aike n ano easily posihl*. .r atpeowt"*
time have ,inareosed eaonmaimptio and
Sh. ere hund~ mailole of e a o fo good cotton are ahead
Otai otlou i.^ a na.riil A. lheaog t ,ast years e .0
k to im l E th rm ex epeste, tie demand f orvtIwa de .
w s t large h *as to the baite* ia transit and. ina siktv
'now has thot, hve g ti 0l
i )t rarrm 3 eeaud sa'eage has been oeet inl
e Iaf sayd vi oaser r d eed a s d oui bola b l
weelt and other utawbawks mttilu the


mtaedea antaes. int. o itu cnu-


mtl aWnhm pOKItiaia fl tfeatue.
Aisc&th* way lhe adtnvoeale* of
!Aw4 idea' sn caw-lizic ino'
tAd .na I~ing the holes in]


phenomenon is repeated tha thbe saip-
ptly i sihoirt of d'amamatd. The laws of
avemraes and, compo*nation wont pro.-
vidaentaialty in athe t'one nmn for the
benet nf of the armer andI he .aemedi b4t1
one more shoatI is h locker to be -ma-
t/e oef hi situation.
Whin the- ea6tom growers af the
(ioutli by a lUntte mamoritfl a-'. W 'coCr-,


TrE FUTURiEE FOR G T SO IThERaW
VCOTT 009.,

Tihto eqttarl, rnwr 0of tho Sl.u ul hahave
[twn gixin; a'If iort stad sembmatmts* of

badiiiianti nar rat.0ing of their assplWt
;eteoty. The Ccnstiuitiia, aaws* Ince'v-
0asted( la the eoton planter.*' prosper-
iiLcy, haa ntayri o to, iep, cheitm
vinth arily and, sately iadviai lZt am =0-
ters pertainingt o t hir iterei*s.
Et it a aedful noiow ta, wann tiChJ.a-
li(Incti'al eltme of, r foalw atCtirann
agituuiti am t poniliry exittiamen gen-
dt'red by cotton maniptlasiioans in the.
mamrk.(ts, of tfaiI settlements ona Sthe
e*rop andi it* specudtive ites. 1 i ii
tut e hat oamedof o tleold manpthw i'cOt-
ton haLi tVouchUdv at el Cte 0.4tr nnviud[ ia


I,


E BEST TONIC


Siebstuor mdqunve3 r loneo mas oppoer-
tunaty to inaleamebr piay rlipo athy Wit
tih*. awpim" rtre. EacietaiLy the
anwt^i seeU# wsweumeunt Srows aipaee.

fx-AtSoenay enevaiI esr the Poat-
i-oM-e p Iartmn'nt TymM r i panzkiad.
3 (UL .IOU onb.b" aat Ube ,,an'&ft is
being iiade thi Piipeg~a Couir ti e IeB
vi'siaxon meandaikl H-e was fat& the lesd
Iat, the poStoMfe d atmaet in Garaltin


The Ui ttedi Wfte impte from.
China last ear evr weath.. The T


I 9-,08f ,ma ttiug, 11,08i.- So.me
Sinteweating items ,ar: ,i mzrtkeeS,
*lIW=4a;, dug Lsins, ?[,32q; biastles,
$|,'97,ta2. ________. ,:
There are swo sides ra the "iianni
IrMTioja'f pirotbJ n'-." While satme peo-
pMe ia iAmeiia r aireather too aweep-
ian1l' dephiirig re net-breaini'ag days
aC ilB'M.I Eshnd she Norwegiain veon-
meatn it satd beeaase of h e departure
of. fr t 30#00ti 6a),tjt& ata-rdy, iaind us-
triii&t peop bpl every year. They all
!Ome hemr.

A Farmer Straigtentd Out.
"'A man living on a farm LneaSr hewr
esame in a shoet tiime ago eompecely
o"led mp witil rhearnatianom. I hand-
e4 hiaun a bottle of Chambefitsin's Pain
Bshaim and told kiim to uuse it freely and
it not i"AMN fter saing Wt he a.eej
aint. a et.6. for it", "' Sas C.. P. Ray-1
der, afttteu 'Mli Y. "A few
days ater wate4l mi o' the store as
sifgjx6 as a at ttsg and banded me a
ddihli., iiy 'm i me another bottle*
0-1 Chambeaiia Psia Bifa. r want
it in the house aIH the tsime, for it cured
mie. "' 2r wk bI4y afW ,r&mugiite and
medai ne EoEmipaaiss




tho4ri o''1 f :oii ; th::t a ownitsl 11


I t o .- n. L- '1- 1 [I l al, p< '3 l if


Florida Eas Coast Ry.


LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48
s Uooa mreae--auo aews.


In Effect April II, 1903.
MOrrSacSWU-8fA8 UP.


STAIrS. Daily. y
S* a Lw ............... ae s;. ............... J. T .. . Ar
U. aa p sa 4 ............... .. as. a n e.. ........... ... .. 7 f
W m t.s .... ..a....... a.. ,aiBa ............. 4 s......!. & .a p. -f
I .....mp F_4 ... .... ..... u ............ .... ....*.... 66 f g I
t o at3 p .l. p Ax......... .. ......... -...= .... -.. 4I a '
is- iJ ). t i .&t ................ P.. P tl&- ............ ..... .I.A a __ 7
a t. Ar.................. .da n t e)......... ....... .... t .,. No w9-
S 5 s ...... ....ih ai *.... Ar a a a p C *
* T Iap L....... ... Neo....L 4I a- p 10aO
.9Z ... U_**p--......................D pttur .,.................... IN x i, a O r l
S^ u n -.......... i N ft
S........... n .................... a I.. aS
3. 3Sp t p ................ Tio... f l ..... ....... ....... i.. &f &3 o
f i 9 1 0 2 '2.P .................... N O E Tll .................... a 1, t 1p 1,
Si n ............ a'a 83 "0
UP nk P ............ .. ...... ...... .... is$pa 1 -0
I> 4 9 3Up .................. Roledi Tn ........ ...... 122 a 1 ia a Z -4
t' a .5 123.p __ Meibn rn................. 1 i. l 0 aS


'soas".:m, ,n,.- .. ...r ".io ieit I- ,g t Lt ) z 1tf u ct:! _W" I th _, -" t 61 A5aP ................... ...eba ....................Ii CI 3 O
phts adt(Ol tua-ds~eve, which h by be ag independaa ent enough. in e iah. yi a th o amor'i expert- 1 ..pa
-0oo i hmuos&- m= ...m. .... th makes n t o; :::::::::::::i ::ob f:d:::w:::::wI:::n: b l |:iSi
W-nbe I. by, b iahain'I...-. tlk dIg. .................. .....dem -.................... . P '
pa1*O ex#"evinents has beel t dredtt( d redi c to, hold their cropac ttheir! .(n"%^ !1, At T i.icutie witrh d 'tir j.
o'g t hi straIued g-latin o-wn. wil,, then a large share, obf 01Ic Gr n i t . of c ir nife ........... .e |e t .. .. M-

.___,-_._, .. .i wil. p s f..om ...pr...-- Htb n J Th.*y y r t 4 l 2 1S ,. mliiu, .................. 3r
lith_ _rfter e strin a nX Santis nw l bd'.nal y Ltyit u upn, ttheplanbof. L- ........... ... . "."....... 7~ T "


.ewhiih wilt magnify an oa m. a y .w r ter wMa m e. sable, e. me; b onina 6 c(: .... .. .............d
...............- in paI, r n *'vr ,Uta L5 .p 4 m I T y lr............5r'5. .... we .a$!........... .. N_ i 's
delsmeteea has jan been Iivtnnt gron pri i hose lik t the peat three t a saieof teid rad s 3 1
||l::..: II 1 ,-h jh e )Qev ~tIfe- ~n. ,ti^ ,..^ ^ ol -tag n." ...... 7 | :.._-.... ........ ... ... '- -" 't "
,i 'I. vBnu lhis. poweiirfltr. intaramentl aan s eLa, thot ( of thet wLo have- ____ ......
Sfa|l fthodicn an atom of pa- eno.Igh t coddge trying brisk wil be OP BRAC L
li- ,nK thea proteetioniiatmn. mana- in ehdA fln toA S- SsroND nc. O G c BRA .
uw. ap the om? .h p i on of L a 3meTi Bng their _
e vaip* at op-ening pntVic. eFy i r. 'T T IP O|oT Ai |
Te ingsh vmiasioner who re- T p rata.t promi*( of c nto enu catiaton be iced it you taka ......... ir ..... Ar
14a. JLw.......f:f law ........ .. A 4fPoI0EL... NP....
"!. a ly d vli.n, Uat 2taiitol, Mt t .t.*i tiidit ci'.r h Sigo n Ite worM.da r it t U iS aS9 I,.v.--- Oe a.....:.::.: .r: -;1 5 -Nt 11 ; i- ,-Letr He en,.ArtZ 8a. 6 M

; he : ipa l 'a aiC onff !birn mo1 iho P" m ing o with b. .t noht lirth e r and a o. ...old by a.. r.. .. & tf a(o a. a . Ig
%W,':'.)iuM. L g11f)ri0n iL5 t rig. inh ia U riC 4t n tha
wkk t loW),, m aA- cmtiki .iItih hom abem ade its caen ht mtf o opr hr marie, it at POT BRANCH 1 d S .
between n 4 and f- e1.in m pe r p-t-:c 4, 1mldO
perhaps, MOMe. V- a- I s.rin r S d v .n d F r ilp
ao.I American gun pota.ers on the I t wc irl be wrong to macripta peedic- i--P Be .
b~t nst hip laditUii rm'.e ntiy mait a inta c at6 tto will b~t or aa11 i aR Si ENa crd y p! 1 ; o .... ao
B"m e at 1 u) Per tn, t oring -inch in the aL, buti it reaonbE to ERt i T.T.a..ho 6t =411 Ml a.
s3 t a tair s 1'br I t fte n at a i .e1L that wiid-th earual ntitatAou A a eral a .s tir 4i to ar. .riveanda r
fiBsw t1,a sdh, 6h ships being BANNER S^y x l ad u IHll hALV : ^^> comAsb de Ly oc ,. ter
sudiarm w and the Care. stationary. oean. cep to raskel, the aia c ro. T! ea* =MM0 be6am ate the wrt.
-.1 on" ass (row mm I r a K E Y WEST AND HAVANA
O of si Test advantages of CAd warf(saie's wish a golden haresLt M. fr a*ih w 0, awm i P SLARB AS WCIDENTAL STEAMSHIIP CONNETIONS AT
.te.a. sat hi ririsfouro. h. by the. nriet f *af ,fllI. In i reet April 16, A COA1903.I
listed S*tao*s arm"y to tej fK(At that the ii .dayv of tfourats otton, iat as I __________a_
uu::ia .-trseding Oltnjintoew will not hope, &,f in h bomniau of tth* d*pine be t"* e & -.4Ba. O o
r oSa rn anything wile they saee ownn ba t, and bth reason ht ofm ft t" ...... .. ...
: b c. ( T s i ten was iot Icknown when lKl:ng a lgta'on ear as haad.-Ai&. sa 4* s g a ba*iiai I W n Lv Rey nT j ". s o

W'31a1t aot G o o formuat on aTole V A
~government oOas determinedd __Ci y of Tate*tu ,yAW.*CPas8s. A. lt. ST. A wtf

ra ni w i ll anm eeci n t o 6 a s at t F r an y k J ,Caont. d < i bo .i,47t A i nI I th e at L" l J5 "v 4 At lai
lnas igapinu r.iptM a ..crwt of t andp ^au L as Cotanty. ad Sea*.o'an', .nr te :n Clv Je n 4 0
t*o a rer vohwhir aml c a n Ihi.,t ,' t'4 -... ye. --i O'e in$,11.0). A.Ne w os na v e
La ,tLrisni art E *l t ia i tes h nethe firm of F. J, Uj 1 J 'l be 'ir --C c
406 *Cd will', Acearding to elt" te t Not L Che.d,81N ow



'boai '0,11 andP 1 chA smyprthis aWnlth dawpy tu 00 I0e" m D e 4z4ct l at.os t 4 Retailsrs and Jo Arrie Ne':e.


S:?: i Fes ervof r w h i t wil l dk thy t r A for w .ta Ot.se, ^n eve er to m^ n | ra it
ba* t aVet arTpcdial lakve in the 197I V- 14 a tl%0






the**K p |gb s of altan'a, 'e zeo iogf HAarrh Cumw Sne rr at* fn ad t iiLt., An 4 o. Prode r ;
Fitx aCaaaaiT ionioirn& waIn byMr. T s met 5ria h< fc h mm G MERCHANT& O.

lia s* of pmawton' morB fao i *O taaohd thed wurreant atase naaiaara ud h c PR*IC and 4er ai dST ood at Jhe obLOl

Srja day' te h a mnt Ifr ftqo rrn. e ? and- F ancy Groce rie
WwVIcitofm I atriwttca wI U rai erSeedk D Owl a 7en







_drInm ano ev. v us ha'zw.ie onl Aato4 25E & u OO


19 tha 4C4 >O4i .4UtS.& *oS5.b*4 10 1neaM "1
t1*1170~ 'd ERU, an ou.


li t S a. as. ] .. tr as pided a to fted to
every requirement of the system Xw'eS ein a 5ebit;ed,
r=; e don9 odilon- It cointains no strong a iierabs. or
drkgs, bat is a pleaaaat vegetables paxatiou Yo cu. -- so better
re d etly for totuiag Up. the neres. andbringing raeshing, zestftul aIeep wiaten
Sa tow sttet of health, or Sck andd wora ouot with work or worry.
' ^ S. S M0 5 t uaf hesnitaer in te irdaatng pinrB S I S_
appetit, aide the diges-a a *
timo a=d reinforces the u**ai 'tita nr wat Lid CM-om]
system,. aad itsa good f- nef f a good blood tomn= r m
fects are seenaiinosttfraom T Oar tuLfr*. S,2M
.e rst d&se. t acts (OM o, Eaai'C. 2 Co. B r.
promptly in cases oft chronic dyspepsia, indigeestion and all stomach trobles,
anid does away with the uncomfortable fullness, nansea.-shortnessaof breath.,
. drowsiness and dizziness that so often come after eatian'.
S. S. S. is not only the best tonic but possesses alternative or purifying
properties, and if there i% any taint, humor or poison in the blood it
searches it out, and removes it. Many times--a low ,state of health is due
to a. ba.i condition of the blood and can only be remedied by a blood purifier
and tonic combined, or such a retme'y as S. S. S.
If ye safer from d'ebility, insomnia. nerv osiness., loss of appetite,
bad digestion, or any of the symptoms of a disordered blood, nothing will
so soon put your blood in good condition, invigorate and tone un the
system as S. S. S T ,
MW SWIFT SPVC]FIC CO., ATLANETA, 64.


Li~:' ---- :: ..:. ---.--


_ __IICCI_


~I





W





THE DAILY SU

ALT IN THE SEA.


I 1 "1IIa U lI-I D. SET Some oftt ureai,,i, l 'iltlr,, o
A uW BEEN SET 1 r '" "" e---of
S: i \ I \ r v. i i it -
Special Action of legislature Reg'- ., ,,,, '
ulates All Matters. ,,c rst
Al,, l' i !: 1: s .: yk t o nwl s,l, t,,, f "salot -
TH E B ILLS PASSED Q U IC K LY ;.:1':, itI'..1;;; , ";r lt w s
tlen.' ,. : 4i4 \i I",;''al > i< ; lI, tII aI tlie.,e wvis
They Were Intended -for the Relief of cte ;eIn ln: f tim It: il( ail lhat
Conditions in Alachua County, and all tIhe ,lhd in ioi ;ns except
tal \.l:i. r in d o Itf this is.a
Carne at a Most Opportune Time. l.. ,t I,, ,, ,,lks O,,t" s : nw
The Court Will be Regular. ri': i ,,ni. ss an investi-
Ib ri t !11 1 -it 1 1wcmitlsi, v be en
With the quickness and alacriety of .. t1o1u''1,'h e
a thunderbolt, when the Legislature :'.' :. .; ,,,. up
of the State of Florida realized the !, > f n:, fromin rivers.
predicament in which Alachua county 1. ,prob-
had been placed at its hands in pass- :,i. : 4r,: ,, ,.soo
ing one bill and failing to act upon i: t son is
another equally important, this mat- I '' .' C ,. 1l lt:it ' tie At-
ter was remedied, with the result tlint II ,1 ,1 ,rll,, ': e V .e erde1
the spring term of the circuit court ', r in l"i' eleven to
opened Tuesday after considerabledi- ': It is eer
.. f, '' 1 l i l ^ *' :11'v i ti1l o f o l( e
cussion among the members of the bar ,. I ti f siliino
and others interested as to wthtr w ,, i' unriver-
such a thing would be possible. ',, is a lhr fact
The story of the status of affairs i, .. .,', .._lt i 'ld w\hilo \we'
has already been told in The Sun. The :!I' '; l \\i, that is this:
Legislature has passed a bill creating ', :, I !'-' r t".4'enIi is 'refer-
the new Eighth circuit, and on the r, i, ; .1 o umhrstood as ho-
very verge of the holding of the sp)riing i2 sit I" 4 l.'l'('O (hlo-
I l(' o" s 44iln,4ll for t1treI nre mu aluy
term of court in Gainesville the Sen- 1' ,, ,i itotti u Epon. expert by-
ate adjourned without the apparent w.:'!."4, .,, rs us that there aro
idea that another bill would be nee- ,>noh 41r t144s4 various silts held In
essary setting a time for the holding sus i of courts before any term could be to t"over lit' wlhol, landed surftne of
called. Ilite lo )(' 4too : depth of 1.5700 feet-Itn
A number of telegrams between o1lt, worIs, l"' t there M is o,tOOO,)^,-
_n.000.4 ,o i.o s so hl4d in suspension!1
Judge Wills and the authorities at Tal- ",061,4,0 1t lsSo 1holdIn sus entson!
lahassee had the desired effect, how- ^ 'I t, ,is,;;,ro poured into it.
ever, with the result that the following
bills were passed by lthe Legislature MAXIMS OF SUCCESS.
Tuesday, that body waiving the rules MAXIMS OF UCCESS.
and passing upon the first, second and ihe truest wisdom Is a resolute do-
third readings, in order to relieve the t,.rinlliloti. Niapoleon0 I.
matter and set this term of the court TI'in4is in Alachua county legal: it il si,1,,'Ily) tuirns theln< up. Jaiuet
A Bill to be Entitled, An Act to Pro- A,. t hr1lil.u t. l
vide for Jurors in the Circuit Court 'Ie erl l, saf e, rtain .
of this State in Counties 'l'ransferred r 1i 'i1 Int pursuiatti s thle quality In v-
from One Judicial Circuit to Another try sttly n d pursuit I the quality or
:a1 attention. C--C erhar les ickens.-
Julicial Circuit in this State. ',il talent of success Is nothing more
Be it enacted by the Legislature of than doing what you can do well and
the State of Florida: doiii well whatever you do, without
Section 1-That all jurors heretofore a tliougiht of faino.-Longfellow.
drawn or summoned under the exist- N,,ver don't do nothing' which Isn't
ing laws cf this State, shall lit, de(ed vour I'ort, for of you do you'll find
legally drawn and sunimontied for ser- y ,ioir a ely lashi'pearound.- Arthemua-
vice in counties that have be' n I ranns- \ ip n Ar
ferred from one judicial cirenit to, i did aythin worth doing by
another judicial circuit for thO next ;c..ilt. Anything I have begun Is
regular term of the cinruit tot'ur in all "y on my in l.d, and I amin not easy
such counties, while n\nay 'froit it until It is lulnhoed.
Section 2-iThat all law's :, d I'arts of '1',Tlotas A. 1Edison.
laws in conflict herewilti ar, hlireiby N.,v,>r dlosert your line of talent. Be
repealed, and this act sllaIt ta 1e' 1 tffe(t 'litat liture int<,h-d'ed you for. and you
immediately ipon it S i. thl 1' will sic<('et'ql; bt, anything elso, and you
Govimmediately uponwil I t th tioullslnd times worse than,
Governor. noth ing.--ydn'y anath.
A Bill tobe Entitled .\n wt tP l'r scribe
the Times and l',aces fr rlolhilling IFllowled l*h E xAmple of cato.
the Circuit Cohrt in t1he l';iglth lu- In the first year of the last century
dicial Circuit of l'lorida. Lo,don(i affected great admiration for
Be it enacted by tile Lgilatutire of (%'to's suicide, the feeling belong arous-
th(e Stateoflrd l1 e by Addlson's play. A gentleman
the State of Florida: namtfn. IHudgell after witnessing tt
Section 1.-The ties and l places for it tll, terwitnessIng ts
holding the circuit courts for the ThamePerrma on thr way homr tlf ntbodyte
Eighth judicial circuit o te tate or recovered, and o t ond
Florida shall be as follows: scrap of paper with these word: "What
At the county site of Bradford coun- nto did nnd Addison approved must
ty on the fourth Monday in March; at need be right."
first Monday in April; at the county Over-Work Weakens
site of Putnam county on the second Your Kidney.
Tuesday in April; at the county site of Y u Kd y
Alachua county on the second Tues- Uialthly Kldneys Make Impure Blo5od.
daetion 2.-At the county site of All the blood In your body pains through
Bradford county on the second Tues- your kidneys once ever three minutes.
day in October; at.the county site of blood puriftiers.they fill-
Baker county on the third Tuesday in ter out the wate or
October; at the county site of Putnam Impurities In thi blood.
If they areslck or out
county on the second 'ruesday in No- of order, they fall to do
vember, at the county site of Levy J their work.
o nt n the fourth Tuesday in No- Pains; achessandrheu-
county on the ou site of Alahua matitsmt come from ox-
vember; at the countyste of Alahu cess of uric acid in lth
county on the second Tuesday in Do- .. bood, dueto cted


member." kidney trouble. .
section 3-All laws and parts of Kidney trouble causes quick or untady
lawecion t ht herewith are hereby re. heart betAts. and maki one feel a though
Scoiis at shall take effo th. hd heart rouble. becus the heart is
pealed au nthie act all a eaen t over-working itn pumping thick, kidney-
immediately upon its passage and ap- poisoned blood through vwe s and artrtea.
i oae" the Governor. It used to be considered that only urilary
the.o.ror troubles were to be traced to thi kidneys.
t an a quandars'. but now modern science prp~rs that nearly
*Mary gttt W extited wen she re.ds all constitutional diseaes have third b -
.i tor." ning in kidney trouble.
-i~t If you are sick you can make no mitsiak
"Do athem" by first doctortrg ytur kidneys. T' Tmlid
"I shblth ay sr he (dht 8hb's l' a a s.tcatrdinary effect o Dr. K!xt '*s
Itading Engllshi history, but sheo had Swamp.Root, the rea t ktlney remedy to
to stopp wh.en she got to the Wars of son realized. It star.ds the higtemt for its
the Itrmws." wonderfulcures of the mcst ditstalng*tg*aw
"W)ly did 'he .top?" aid is sold on its merits
"8 he ould-i't tell wblhl rose shoe pre- by alr iteits in lffty'
IfrTe to .iate wln."-4Clevelandl Plain east adone-dolir ir-
[{. ... -, -_ ... ,aboT y m.B. a ve .
I ^-..WMao
Ktod~~~ow oft"% ofw^l <~p^ l ^^ i^ ^


N: N1AIXETVILLE. FLORIDA, MAY 14,1903


WHITE'S CREAM One Cent a;.
wXORMS VERMIFUCE!
me st muanti'. DootIn Quait. Advertlsements of Con wor4
0 i,0 h eaA lIer ted for O' lie Co(.t


For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Re.ndi*.
P -oxx x JAMES F..BALLxX ARD St. xLou.

For ls.,o by Johi son Bros., G(ainesville


a a
W.. .. .. .. . l ..a : o..w ....1 .. .. . m q. m w : I.. .. . ... .. . .. . .. .. . . . . .... .... .. .


MAR IUS

Gainesville,


ENDEL

FI rida


Men We Want to T.Ilk To.

if r /*/ / in /I 0 i,, i ( il ,'i /,f 1, thi /0,,0,'t14 .u // in thf'' (4(c /A( /

E va h ',wk wc' wil lput//i4 (l iit4a < riib;tn4 41 1n th/,is i' t. 7f ii
, /*/,-'s tiirgun f d nt is d;'ir '('d

TO THE MAN WHO WANTS TO
DRESS ECONOMICALLY.


Buying the best is Ithe essence
of troe eonromy. Good clothing
is cheaper than poor clothing-no
inatter what tlie respeetive price
Imay be.




'e fs/ll the best clothi`j/ that
ths 1 a << i not ighf bi/ itm < '
I 'f ( -l i( ft tor ri/hl bI' sitess OPr
dro' .s'e ',"'ir (cf.n fir, bo )eht for the
iiifst mihn oefJ A $12X.t), mid( it will
r>twf ltro lr l ti w t two' 1i struts ) t(et o"trIi.
tntq I/i'or s(i/ llfor abo/t fthe Artme'-
.itol"tl/ ..- indl it wi/it rcltict ita
sh/ope.llnsH.. 1"/ IfU'r M, t t ' '/J l /iin' if ''i'e/ , r t f, ',( f
f'riev'el oid 1 t4 inn//ijUi '.s.


~ """ .f ~ fiT TLAS tt 0O GARMENlTS
NoTE-When a imaSn boys a suit firomn ---- ...... .. ..
18 he gets tli "Oltest- Clothing'--the I 1" I l
World," made by tho inimouis ,l.lohs \ "" .3"/".
Bros. & Co. of Binltnore. All tl'eir nea SD .,_ _
.......... .. ;


garments bear this lalel:


*IIIIIUI1m 56ML~-IYU


MIVIARCUTS ENXDE L.


Take The Atlantic Coast Line

FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
via Via (111 V 7 vt,
oriinni or i hm i44ilija, 111,L
N d '* "F Sou' W est "

Rapid Transit and Unsurpansd s .'rvi
Time Tbll

Depart For. GAINEHVII1. I
12:10pm High prtings. ',wtbirry and Itratr-
ply modliate I'otnto
12:i7prm (ala, Le ebturg aid Tamtpa, a .I
1i)ly 1lteran.'iat' P'bo t
20pi m 'ai kA, D yti'ia, ..t'k ..Vihlll',

TiTpm H ohNpot, avandah, antl ll 'ont
Daly tNorth, E*jtaMd w-st


4:46 pm


e* l e ai mol m .. *qpy
go 4 W* r
;7 ;2Epza lHligit Spr(S up whili ,


ibeat taqabi Mith 7 T R :, gooaIove* r 184t % ilU*s ot 4
. .ls Aei :Ow b ,abe pw- ..,,I


A reit f rl i

I a1 1' m


I 'I/; p It
I. ely

dIily


I


In altoo, elhitnsertton.
Please M Wm atvaUverow"new
In the a4vertlSetuelt.
The oonftidenoe o all p4aS e
tlSiOs slrrwnl with Inttat. wils t. W
'heir nmanes will not be Klvei tO l
VO I t4AL, :
IX) YOU wvant n, owtinK atgtilwoi
buy until you have sii t O
iinonoyt I (Ci>o n tm; i'%d 0.
- noedlo, attlowUlmfntlI t,"siia lem
of iu460hlines. Old uxaOhbt8, 11 M
aweint The oShhuer or Co. k.O
tillesrille. .Fin. 4 -4 ataw

IV YOU waut tieut, -to-now afl
'llite N otlttlmm eh sl the1 I>O tO (9-F


NMa'liusliMk Piae


NOTEDrM VMt SWEKTV:E ArNEss, O
TV OF 'To, ,POWE AN )V.M, i
ll' IlA U ILITY.''

H st pi..n.o for this tM. I m i 'N, 4 ti4l t l
tule lovivor thrtiie ol ,Iiej'",O4 tt (l*
host iatortrals, mttin uuist' i t otl .'w:.
l'to (at, e t oIvery
detail eitd (1t- ,

Sold hy ti eonitlnuoualy I'" i
OVER THIRTY TWO YIAI,
without ia sItglo failure f yi t
want it piano for a llflttll"*
service buy tho
IMathiutthe kTI)|
lrlces to low IN i nm t omdst with qcautp
C'ah or' oIn 1 tm1oy tri". Sctnt O t 16 da '
trial. We av i i frolgtht, Wi rto
for pirle.'tI TODAY,



Ludder & Bates
Southern Music House,


SAVANNAII,
JOHN D. MU
E'hrAII11II I)


RPHY, Mgr.
~It o


Farming inplements

Nails, Iron, Wire, Pipe, Fit-. <
So ngs, Belting, Packlgotc.




a ct (ne of O Er <'atnloa rMw. .

Baird Hardware Co.
0 AINlES VIIfI llI LA.




WANTED I


A lrl ATO R BKIN8, ...|.

WAX..

WOOL,


Highest Market Prices Peid.

D. KLICrklanxid, I
416 #) 421 0%, JoNim 15,,
IA VANNAIt, UWO.IA

MAX KRAWUS,
yl4pretse Iing I

SA. WEIL o& .
W WHOLESALE SHOE 0
.:, Ni >(i:.ir a * ,a .7 -


TUF RFGIIIAR TIME


THE S,


. .


laily

80 aa' I
IM"y


R kll d Micano




11'~,'~


SY WONDER TTER THAN PLLS.
The Gymnastum Ilia Caved MstanWi'
i L EARLY CAREER OF Casei or lr >ic..i.i t
IAM PITT. VJ!liam In Evai. ;- d to boast that
be h4d never even. looked Into a gyii-
Uk r and Della te, This. n Ia i lc,110 h ih at hld way of syigul
SHiaS F intetieetualy7 One tthat In his Cpinolln g;,t:untli'ts were till
)itemariWale vouthRe thie non'Inase. People say to 10ie, 'Mr.
"iv*wr Knowu, Evarts, you're hlQle and hearty when
o 0.t remiarkable boys the you ought to be thlki1ng of your
.W8 waS Willi&mI Pitt. lie grrve,' a lid they wo'nr 1o' I do it."
Ol k with Ills learning at the Of court the 1*..crPt ol' th.o 1 hIhle s
fI le became prime tuin- and the lta'rtline.ss was teiiiiperainc--
iland when he was twenty- lmodIlniton, says tlle Now York News.
el'2' No uianl who tgos to bedi on a supper
tlekly boy, but lip took all lof i;,ne pie -iud W4lh rabbit iiul
o. door exercise his delleate wat', up for a .bre.,fdat of rabif ran
i ei bear, and was as eager to w ,k ,^u t Cpteo and t .peud.
S0*lt boys are to l)ply, lie t:;t I ick' it'hiat ctake ado then slpeids
0a0t let his wealc body ftIop his IJl(Ot of the hday twisting from one side
'1d 1,4 wias retid(li.ig uticlerit his- (o (1 dtlk I0 t he other ctll 'long avoidd
An 1ago w ln itot chhi dr m are I 'r;' iiliI l' Vl( lot i l'tr thli i t
t Stories wv itili) ili words of tl 'y I fol litm'ails. "Tueiiienir't'," i_
$f Uble. Olu ue l lof tlie word'i tltl i'rt ridlicl,(d ut -
t i lr wis the greaIt Eiarl of til thi'y iiti|p;',ss il.ti'l;.i' O,; Il[)ti ,:ddy
'l aldd thle b.oy was brought lit- hiumianity '.iith the effect of i1 bra.;diin4
tact with' ili the grett men of tiron.
n in FIlniglanid. Whlen lie wais Soml halpi)y Itortal, lik e Mr. Eval ts
oearvs old Ie wrote ai tragedly have lno ie i f'oria gyinlMultin, for thliey
hq b(alled 'Lauren itine, King of find gyini .1lh I1tiLit'ri ius' everywhere'.
]hilTi." The street is thellr half rt'ile truck the
1.i1s age. too, lihe wls abil to read two flights of l"l s.-or lniybe ten
AMi< tlti I,tiltn llImiot nI weSll fnFl he filMghJt--Airl t' l (11W'} -il lo'is; the
i~ E1glislh. lle also wais well In- free miiid vig(roluii bwihng of tlhe arint
nied on the polllies of 1ho dny and and tih throwing out of the chest .re,
ai' Varlety of subjects about which as goon! in ara pillei bar's.
1meni ol' learnliig are supposed to There Ia1 IH'II 8s)mielwhat inttnipieer-
w anything. ate lh thelr tempnrituce, dlsphtylng too
"twitmfoi)t'rt he was tble to take the amueh of ti' g(rood thing. They craucki
Pt1,s of ,Thlicydldes, wrilltn ii G(reek, your knuckltes when they take you by
a i reld page ti'ter page, turning it the hnid; they, pound you on the back,
excellent Engll.lsh is he read, and am if a 1i1ii11oiit1' Were stuck In your
';fft lhltat trnashrllon of hll Is said throatit, ,slid say, "hracel up, old a11n;
ave been almost without a flaw. you'll be round shouldered if you don't'
a .fitter spoke of hln as "eager take eare."
VfiV iain, the counselor, the phillos But tliere is this to 1be isad In favor
OP." At tile nge of fourteen he en- of thIe g3y'lnasluiu-lt has cured inmany
qtihoe grat Universilty of Cam- a case of dyspepsia and to thad extellt
4te$T| a ni urrl d tnit once. it) pmlito has inado the world sweeter.
took high place among
(I..tr.ilnts at that celebrated place GREATLY ALARMED
66l. lie went to Cambridge, tioe boy By a Persistent Cough, but Perma-
,Ill. 0u110ch feeble health that he had nently Cured by Chamberlain's
0 l neco.paniledI by n it rse, aind all Cough Remedy.
ough his course there he was In sco Mr. H. P. Burbage, a student at law
tt ondlthion, l'physiallly, that It wais in Greenville, 8. 0., had been troubled
tle 'boleer would be able to for four or flvo years with a ,ontintu-
%tA.t hard study seemed to agree with orD cough which he says, "greatly
pto wien hi wias graduated, at alarmed meo, causing me to fear that I
ge of evoteoen, o was much asn the firststage of consumption,"
er ot eanwen he was' uh u Mr. Burbage, having seen Chamber-
ngr than when lie entered the uui. ough Remedy advertised, oo
eluded to try it. Now road what he
i At an age wlhn most boys are pro.e- says of it "I moon felt a remarkable
r;,,B.ng to enter college, or', If they are changer and after using two bottles of
VeJi clever, have just become fresh- the twenty-five cent size, was -perma-
^lanP young Pitt won the degree of nently poured Sold by all druggists.
IuIltaster of arts from one of the great. and nmedioie companies.
est universltles iin the world a nd began ~ W S-ho's...
t-'e study of lInw. T'he usual---inl tle wrong wvay-of
At twenty-one he was aduiltted to trcoiting wet boots is to take them off
ie bar, aind thpe sant year was elected und put thoul on I he fender or the radl-
.' 1 ioarber of parllaiment. to become eitor to dry. 'T'hi iwtthod Slmoll the
p nlt inlstcr three year hater. Ia ots, Too much heait cracks and hrlud-
i:'Whlie hbewas yet 11 law ltudenlt and efli nletlIfr.
'olldv t elghteti y. tr old he attracted Anothlr wrung way Is to stand them
t'I rl 'tttoenitloni oft prktiliHeist In'n by his ow thl'ir tW('0t4 itywhero' to dry.
l:tar views oni th, qutstiois of govern- 'rTe pro:'tr wiry is Io place the bootas,
ent et, whcli When w,'re 'erplexlig the soles upwii'atl. nelr 'oulgh to the tire
r'. rulers of Enghtntl. The boy was iIn- to dry slowly and properly, but not to
Vittd everywhe-rv. antl men holin durg the att r the drying.
A uOst Inlixp rtant oeheet' i(ste*ned to his The sales should uilwatys be turned
stdvlce an i ask tl hi ts o'lilunns. upwardv eoveun w'hon the bootasaro only
gIIls friends wvtnitel hlini to go into a little welt for this way enablea .the
p nt *lnc'tmwt uh,.n Ieb was twenty ttnd air to reach the waettst part of the
4! All prit-dct-tl for ha 1 n brilliant crureer. loathelr llrs--Amerlcti Queen.
It 'wtua curious to see this delicate strip.-
1g, a t boy In looks and years, meeting Cures When Doctora PFail.
S rit s an equal tndt convreing oI even1 writes June 8th, 1(01 : ',I had -malaria
e s of t t h hu ,ost t' d s lars fever in very bad ft was under
Y.ou>. i.tt uael to like to listen to treatment by doctors, but as soon as I
|'the debates in the lIrltltwh parliament, stopped taking theirmnedicine the fever
a. t .id Mr, I oe, the great stntesmrn, would return. 1 used a sample b ttle
-u Nteting h.ia iln cae, afn'r n debate. was or Hterbi asittonIshed t lithe urniir in wh leb thIre bought two bottles, which completeIly
trd.. spoken a d polthpei ouet wler l. ouldo have muate. tIheir natu'gUment htt sulleuh rigfro malaria, as it will
d lltronger. siirely cure thelm."' lierbine, &0 bot-,
On.' oe f the hnrhleAt works to under- tIe atJohuson Broa.
stand that ev'rn W'r' irttren Is hook Tin Co.eeua 4 tUh
S.statue, was 105 feet high. It was maide


S41erk. A ef ipt,',nitrI I ttil,', lirle no1; Iy ( hanO-s, who, ,nkled Iy an army tit
byi thoa in .our| 'iI w. ho rel ,ork nll',ll, toliatntxied twelve years ill
A: 'tw 'itxIei yn ran t. inhln loe rie' its t HngstrUction. It realeL l inn po^ -
it sh, at he I rtait ut1t xslhtiing it In at tio Iit thi haitor of Ithode for sixt y-
tuatall r wbhch nantde tUhe lrnIe tma l r rd 'an thrown down by al
SI ""lUalr wheh .ntiao' tire h,:rlnt Kie| littit-I 'arthitiuke it. C. 224.' It lay ou the
d.elar, that ha hie not t It ht gr' $ t ld was sold to ia
S wotltd halvt belileve.d I to be beyotul W for old Iernal. 0e carrold Vaway
I* power or hIuni .lin-ttellet." l da about
When 11 t. I altt waIs slxteen., histfnor I do Iun, o s or aout ,Ur
Cl:red that lie Iould be n gr'et stute iu _______,
!t.11 t al4d waVs tilth hope of th1e t.Aumntry World Wide Reputation.
Oto 'hr folks Aoon boe.lnn of ht fathltr'' \Vhiti's Creaiu Vermifuge has
w70r thinking, Ianld hlut Is why tlhe.y
p ut him rnto pair'hlarnkt wtIH hee was 'hi',,ed a wortl wide reputatn as
1ul .i d hi...: .. n>tbii t thle bes.t of atll worn destroyers,
_06 Y o U n g a1%111d .1 111111 1 1a 1 ter itil''th ticll for its Ior i c i "iue'race O nt w 41k a n d
S n a r thrifty children, as it tiutrallueothe
'a:. tinlftltd .!all tthit wns expelteti of aeidity or soirnessa tn the sttcmaith. im-


'lttied Sghnand tiuri ng thirteen
ti ('?eonful yearns of her his
ta it Preie'Po I


proves their digvstio,, And rassiintim-
tiun of fatool, strengtthe1isc their nervous
sytrem and muraltorist theoin to the
health. vigor and elastiefity of spitits
natural to. hihldhloo. 2 t 3ohanono

1ie"n naaxla *,.s i a. t :..
^.MII(IIB(


BACK FROM"THL'.'r3e.: ,
The Homerward Trip as Viewed. from'
tbe lIorse's Standpoint.
And after It W Is all over-when thb
red. and yellow flames had ceased to
dance in the empty window spaces,
when only thi white :steam smoke
rolled up t through the yawning roof"
holes--the IhIddors were rpshipped, you
left thle Ipurritg engines to drown out
thll tast idhien sp irk, antd you went
pruiieiin; IU^'k to your houo.e, where the
lonesonime t,:';k man waited patiently
four yo it' l(Oti;'it.
No loping ru41i v'NI v th lie homeward
trip. T1rhe fel.t fr h:u-.t. hand passed.
) iNow ('tin e plrt'n(e. Toun might toss
you;' iod. "ttl., ; :c our ,;',cr itek 1a d use all
you'' fauey nt'; (. T1iS., A lk ver didn't
cai,.. In lIt t. Ht' mlhrr liked to have
you nhow oVi'i 'J'l c itina on the
t't(ck. ni;)nl o) fI r 1O d h linu(Is, Joked
ne D.sa t .he i;;:', s. "':'i' rallin wias
over. It w\.: Sa tiii!- r oel xiiag, for
bolihind ,'; x 5: ; : 11
The' n I n11 t11('. !;' : t o'cin 'lr cy of0
swiingaing a sixty for tr c4 in ai t ifty
foot street antd of .o I '.:,tg Ihir'u lghi t
fourteen foot toor x !)''rfi w lhich ) i. an-
ned thirteen feCtl l ,:li lhittb rii to liub
rim.
After unhook[n-,' ti'"r, v',:'.,' thli rub-
blug and the extrnia e .: ,;, i- i t. H t
alivays follow a Ionit, r.i I *'LT ;. )l
It was to be bediluld clov'in c;,'' tiliLL
lung stretchelnig, leg iuil,',i'iV; .',lnk!-
Bewell Ford in "'llo-si's Nirn.".
A tQuee'r IMottsuiment.
Standing In Mount Ilo)ope ceueleIry 'Vit
Logansport, Ind., Is onu of the qiuetrest
.nonulmellis ever erect'od to the 1iI'in-
ory of any Individual. It is over the
grave of William II. Relighter. The
statue part of the monument represents
Mr. Heighter as he was attired when
stricken with heart disease. Mr.
Relghter was a ditch contractor and
prominent. In his locality It was on a
rainy day that death came, and hlie wius
well prepared for the weather.. He was
wearing a broad brimmed hat, a mack-
Intosh over his suit of clothes and his
trousers legs' wero In his rubber boots.
The members of the family, wishing to
remember him as he looked when last
he bade them goodby, employed a man
about the same size and build as Mr.
Itelghtor to have his photograph taken
in the clothes last worn by the de-
ceased, and when he had carried out
the Idea they replaced the .head on the
photograph with the head of a likeness
of Mr. Ielghter. This picture was sent
to a sculptor in Italy, wila the request
that a lifo sized statue be made from
it in Italian marble. The statue is true
to life. It cost $5,000.
Where Drums Came from.
Drums are probably an eastern idea-
Introduced by the Crusaders into Eu-
rope. They are frequently mentioned
in the accounts of the first crusade.
When Edward III. of England and his
queen made their triumpipal entry Into
Calais in 1847, "tambours" or drums
Were among the instrumeunts which
were played in their honor. Another
of these wna called ai "nacalre" or ket-
tifdrum, taken, together with Its name,
from tie Arabs. The poet Chaucer
also ixentionus this Instrument in Ihis
description of the tournament in "The
Knight's Tale."
The king generally kept 'a troop of
these bandamen- or minstrels It his em-
ploy. and we read that Edward IL on
one occasion gave a sum of 60 shillings


Regulates the Liver, .Stomach, Bowels and Kidneys.
For biliousness, constipation and malaria.
For indigestion, sick and nervous headache.
For sleeplessness, nervousness, heart failure, and nervous prostration.
For fever, chills, debility and kidney diseases take Lemon .Elixi*. .-
Ladies, for natural and thorough organic regulation, take Lemon Elixir.
50 cents and $1 00 a bottles at druggists.
Prepared oqly by Dr. H. Mogley, Adlantar Ga.

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



fon t ake i curenstipat
by agitating the
bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until the liver
secretes enough bile to make .the itestines '
execute their natural functions. Unnat-w
ural agitation caused by cathartics, compels
continual and increasing doses to
a.a.n the results.


,acts on the
o l liver; cures Chills
and Fever, and every form of
Malarial, Bilious, Remitting and Inter-
mltting Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the
Trouble, works permanent cure.
FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.

For Sale by Johnson Bros., Gainesville

33n T..EBLIS'EE:ID> 189.


H.F.DUTTON &CO.

COTTON DEPARTMENT.
GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA

HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR SEA ISLAND COTTON
In S84d or Lint, Largo or Small Quantities.
Advances made. Warehouse charges free. Firm offers
made by letter or wire. Correspond-
once solicited.



WINDSOR, HOTEL


Jacksonville's Finest
And
FLORIDA'S LARGEST AND

BEST YEAR-ROUND HOTEL
DODGE & CULLENS, . Owners and Proprietors
I-


WE
SWIM W I Eli


DO


JOB


to Roger, the trumpeter; Janino, the ----
nakerer, and others tor their perform-
ances. Another minstrel %vas called I TIN
the "cheveretter," or player on the bag-
pipe.
The Sutolde otf H tmultbl.
Defeated at Zotua, anlbal titled to
the east to avoid falling into the hands
of the tomans ahid found temporary
security In. the dominions of Mithrl-
dates. He Incited 'this monarch to en-
gage, It a IlRoman war, and. Wls advice
as to Its conduct being rejected, the
war proved unatuccessful, aud Mithrl-
date" wns required as one of the" con- PRICES LOWEST
ditlloms of peace to deliver tp Hannibal
to IdIa on,,les., the Rtomans. Tho un W- ra
fortunate Crthaglnlan beard of ile ap- U TONOW
plroahing fato, swallowed the poisonTO
which for ye'rs he had carried about IT'S T
bli person and expired Just as the eon- -
voys arrived to take him In charge.
Tble Way rMkE Worked tt.
"Of course you can't' tako a hitt,"
ashe 0ld, looking At himb thoughtfully.
He 'couldn't, and she knew it. awnd
that's Why phe said It. It wouldn't
have been necessary otherwvIse.
"Of coursee" he replied. "Have you
bl t hitting at aythlbng?"U
"Oh; dear, n," site answered, with
itusplelous haste. "I waste Just thitklng, AI
-you t""""_ [ iy GAINESVILLE FLA
"Why. suppof-yOU UP you UI
kniow-that-I wa5 ahot." .
After ponoudt', the matter deeply for
a1rothO 1tuauutes Ue doolted to ta her.
-Now Ywr B JOR DA N

Apn--^usB e 0 iDB 8 T1'

SA cox I INSURANCE


'REE DAIlY SUN: GAJNESVIE, FLORA, MAY 141903


~1.'~'~


'1'


-


~ 1


II


1A 1 I


I










I'1X.DAILY SUN: GAINEY8VILE, FLORIDA, MAY 14,190


OFllE AT THE SHOW
Aibb6- Wian-,na From In '
,,atlAe Viewpoit.
of the popular features of the
hop nrae~how in New York Is the
Of pari police horses that is al-
.1 tered. The winning of a blue
by one of these polled borses is
"llorsea Nine," by Sewell Ford,
e viewpoint of the' horse. The
kit happened that one morning;
'r heard the sergeant tell Reddy,
ih bad been detailed for the horse
squad. Reddy had saluted and TIt,
nothingg at the time, but when STAR OP SEALTi
fb re once- out on post he told
er all about it. KODOL digests what you 4M
re an" it's app'arin' before all the
i in town ye'li be, me b'y. Phat KODOL cleansis, purl
r think of that, eh? An' mebbo ens the stomach.
'be gettin' a blue ribbon, Skipper,
ad, an' mebbe Mr. Patrick Martin KODOL cures .nd alstion,
"7 roundama n pspsla. and all sto
a-. ..roundsman' --berth --an"' and bowel troubles.
tons on his sleeves afore the year's KODOL accr at
JKODOL accelerates the act
the gas.tric glands
e horse show was all that Reddy gve tone to the digestive o
promiseded, and more. The light ai-
t dazzled Slipper. The sounds and KODOL re ieves an overw
SmRells confused him, but' he felt stomach of all ne
y eliis c ,fu hed him, but' he frlt strain, gives to the heart a ful
y on his back, heard him chirrup and untrammeled action, nou
ljy and soon felt at ease on the tan- the nervous system and feec
k. brain.
hen there was a grout crash of OD i n r
e, and Skipper, with some fifty of KODOL Is the wonderful r
friend .on the force, began to move sick people well and weak p
'and the circle. First It was fours strong by giving to their bodies
ast, then by twos, and then a rush the nourishment that is contain
troop front, when, in a long line, the food they eat.
swept around as if they had been Your Dealet Can Supply Yeu.
nessed to a beam by traces of equal B only. Sizeholing
gth: *Bottles only. $1.00 Siro holding 2 4
fter some more evolutions a hathe trial size, which sells for 50
ter sonic more evolutions a half PPARM LV y
en were picked out and put through a. C. D&WXTT & CO., CHIC
eIr paces. Skipper was one of these.
en three of the six were sent to Join --M--M
Ie rest of the squad. Only Skipper
d two others remained in the center IODIFORDI & MeCOILU,
the ring. Men in queer clothes, -
ring tall, black hats, showing muiell
bite shirt front tnd carrying long UREiii mN AND
tUeeBigfQfni
fhip, came and looked them over 6. daclr.tnfl
irefull'. ,' aw im Irritations or
Skipper showed these men how he' cIla t ,lllW. p"|'1108s, and
uld waltz In time to the music, and NtEANSCtEMIOAlCO, gont rr poIDon
luINOIIIATI,Q. Sold by Dr
e people who banked tho circle ats c. .". or sent in plain
ar up as Slkippr could see shouted. '1by.oxpre, otp
d clapped their hands until it seemed O,'iM Yi" circular Loutn
a if a thunderstorm had broken loose. i--....
t last one of the men In tall hats tied
blue ribbon on Skipper's bridle. TO THE P UBL
When Reddy got him Into the stable, We, the undersigned, here
e fed him four big red apples, one to any n
after the other. Next day Skipper to pay $1,0 to any anua
ew that he was a famous horse. paint who can show, by simnil
eddy showed him their pictures in any paint standing upon an
e paper, surface as perfectly and for so
time as our
A reward and a lne. ti RAPHITE ELATIC PAr
A.few years ago, owing to the seri- We guarantee GRAPHITE
is depredations of rat catchers on the e guarantee CA[ T
banks of the Thames, the authorities TIC paint to contain no tar, r<
ere compelled to isu ffering a reward of 0 for Information, petrole::m, and when applied
payable on conviction of the offender, surface according to our direc
ot many days after the notice ap- wear perfectly for a period
ared an Irishman waii caught and, years, and we agree to furnish
being brought before the magistrate, charge, all paint necessary to
as ordered to pay a fine and costs any surface where it has prc
amounting altogether to 2. Not ha- iv.igned
itg the needful. Pat went Into retire- ective Signed,
'ment at the expense of the country. The National Paint and Varni
he next morning, however, another Cleveland, Ohio. U. S. 4
son of Erin appeared at the prison and, WVe take pleasure in announce
paying the fine, liberated lis friend. wo have secured control for
The governor, having been In the court county for the sale of the ce
on the previous day, recognized the ORAPIHIITE ELASTIC (g
"liberator" as the principal witness known as Uncle Sam paint
against the accused. T1ils puasled bhins, paint has the highest endoraeni
ind he asked for an explanation, tit and iron roofs and all
"Well," said Pat, "it's loike this, sorry: metal,
tim and myself were hard up, and, T. F. THIOMAS II. &t (
seeing tlhe notice. Tim agreed to be Gainesville, Pla.
aumight. I gave Information against .. .. ....-....
itm, and this morning I drawed the _
oney, and, now ye're paid, we've 3
ft to start the world with."-London
L ,=wers. .
UiRacrflCeent of f Great Stag8r. V* 1
Grassinl, the great Italian aing 11 i 1 11
was very uch interested In the you7 g JL U J JJJ 0 IJL.1
le amnoag her rehtitivea and always
t ,dy to encourage any talent she could
ud In any of them. One day a novice

Kg words, "She is a spoiled contralto
ond will never do anything om the
'ge." But the lager ifistened while


e young girl began her frightened
ils,. when suddenly Grnasniu caught t00tmplete 1 took of J
ier In hier arms with delight. "Why.
iou are not a contralto." she said, "but lure, StOve8, Heaten
le inwst soprano in the world. Your tisi Sewing M hin
oke is far satigni& tttn mine. Study
0ell. You waut o110le of my help.
Tu'-re Is a rich biarik in your throat"
htoe little snge;r was wone other than
G iulia i ;ril . . ... .... .
Firt-Cla fServles ad
, Lin ts ifle t. QIk Shedulel to
Thev stre ut of tk(l' lgi. istic tnet Q uik. e. t t
.In chrltren la shown 'by. th remark- IRMINGHAM, NA.HVILLu
'able hiorts they will make to tf d form EVANSVLt 0VC1HOA
of expreiman. fa.r their pmrcvptlon S. i V C
feelpig An examintllon of Atn e "o LOUmI I l TO
thifts wil lsow li .at the. ncrgy STthe 8. ,%fUf10, AA Pltliusts
dilld 1 i"mnffetA xIt lf along pwctety Westn4ndyorlot
te smte liles vi a hao ve 1n takefI tby
athe langUaige ot the rl.*a of., MOBILE. )E W O.R.IEABS.
kta toward thetr uttwate fortn. and4 All PoIitta o
Ts, .b-wl g the ,wotd "W e," a little

)p'vLI7 as wr do whets w* do* ord h -d


D h J. H. ALDERMAN..
D WNTIST.
S[uoce&eaor toSelIler& Akliermani
Over Dautton & Co's Bank. Gainesville
Special attention to Crown and rtdge wo
Phone 7___
D R. GORDON B. TISON,
DENTIST.

Graduate Baltimore college Dental Surgery
Five years' experience In New York City.
Crown, Urlde work ap1 Filling Specialtles.
ALL WoaK GUAUAANTICKD.
OrIrC Or IN Ealu ixCK. ( AiNAIavIL,.. FLA
TR. J. H. rIIESON,
DENTIST


South Side Squnre.

; rnaies Block. across the
S tudio.
joVW. PA 1 A ON,


Liainiesv lle, Flt

hall from Smitth't


CIVIL ENGINEER AND SI'RVEYOR
GUAIN ayi.L 'VIAit!I'A.
Deal6 Ir reieat ..tate. Tl'ormnighly Ipoated
with every section of land in Aua-luhta otutty,
Correstondenoe solleoted.
H J. D MPSE'SY. '
FURNITURE I:1'.\ iKI)
and Made N iw.
I AOKINOG.LA SSS R ILY ESl RED.
SWe buy or soil Purilture'. or oan contract
with you on the oommnislon >m>is. PatronaeK
solicited and satisfaotion.n awas.
A L.FREI) S. TAYIOR,


PAINTIN ( \Ni
PA PICE HANi;IN,!
GAINESVILLE. -


'LO) RI DA


Agent for DECORATOItW'S \'WAL.T. PAil'l
COMPANY, New York.
G00. U. WALKRI AMUIcl, T. HlAYIiAtl.


WALKER &


SHAYLORk


ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,


Jacksonville,
4-8-02


Flirida


CAFE BELVEDEE I, ,
WM. SC I-LLEII. 'r.iiirlctor.
182 W. Forsyth st., Jacksonville, Fla
Opposlte PoutoOloe.

Best dining place in city. Fine
Wines, Liquors and Cigarrs.

THE WEST END,
FINE WINES, LIQItN)S & CIGARS
JOHN MENZtI.S. I'ropiletor.
210-M231 W. Bty tit.. Jauctoonvlllo.

Faust beer, bottle mnd (irnt ght. Don't
fail to oall on me when in Jackto soville

-W HEN IN JACK ,ON VtLL.E
---Visit the-
THE CRYSTAL SALOON AND ROOi
UAD It EN.
The best Liquors in "thle ety. Enter.
tainment every night at Roof Gardev
Theatre,

T OLD REL A i, E

TIN, StHEIET MKTAL Af;1)
PLUMawMINO E-'ITAi3LIhHM ENT


SATISFACTION UUAXtA NT1KD.


U. A Pama*tr, -- LMe an d Mawns r
Oalsiesil~ Iorta,



Moksonv il l, A4iodk s
Mie. Arad S W onaud Cafe



Merchoants.Lunch from 12 to 2p1. m.
0rthlema7y Itochester, asIM Im-.
ported Wsrt-rBer
steaks, Fish. ChelsA, Game in 4eaou,
to order, Pool, IHtllardt?. Bowltug
Alley, 180 W.i Bay at.


CHEAPER THAN ADOCTOR,

BETTER THAN MEICIE


w a4aflisittl **
v*1t~ SeDses
^ p-~ i^.l^v^:.. .~ff
jum 4M165* mm i' ~


SOUTHERN R A' WAY'

In Connection With ATLANTIC COAST LI.NZ, ,
'ruRC'iVBTsAsIrANU 14, aos. .1' .'."'

No. 3k No.31 No.a3i Between Jacksonville atidd New York No N at41 140
t 1 ti o I nW tit Lv. Jesip. a O .... So, .. ............Ar, i
l1 it a ; 40 l1i1i n Lv. Saiunnah. Git a. ... ........ ., '. A. 110 it o 0
t CO i 1)1 9 0 i 1 ii p Ar. Columbita C..C... ... ,, I. .I 7 T .I:
t> Mi' to I () \ aii ) oO Ar. Charlotte, N,. 0 ...... ........... ... ,v, o 4
1230 p a43 111 Ar. rpenshoro, N.C .. ................. v1, .4u
I N Ij aj3 i- 1 '3il' a' Ar, l)tuivtllle V N ,. ..... ..... Lv. A 4 l6 1 46 8
tit .. .. t3 ... .. ". "" . .
0 2 pi . a Ar-. llichnxond, Vt .... So. Ry..,.( ........ L. Lv. 1 .C .. 1t013
4 IT P 50o a t' it al Ar I. ynhbur, Van.,.. So ly.. ........ .Lv. 3 p ,I t ,
li 110 3 M Sk 4 A Ar. tCharlottesvioeV .. 1 ............ ..dv. 4, 0 ( to
11i p) l) 15 I 7 40 Atr, W aus anition I C., ............ to, I a 0 31
113;tiS, n 11 M i 0 0 .Ar. hlut re, Md P .....P, RW ............... .Ihv.
2, I it 1 I3 il I I' l'.-P t ir t phtll 'Trt ..... .. ..... .... .. Lv. i..
13 a t 13i I 3 p Ar N Yort ........... ..... ... .. .,v i t ItS 4o
No's. i iandi itS .'lI-e Swiouthern Ilau ll.ilt' rootu. o.litiutanoul t. elut. coi, oiupositi, ooberviauton iund ntltiia oeurs bet weeun Jaoisouvtvo il
New Yorl ArivI'es t ilt y *i x'oe t M Iondat ss: lent- daiy exo itutS itdrti.vs. ... ..
Ntxs, 11 a nd ....- Nexw York and ivi'or'itiu 1.xpross." Pullmtin drawing room sleeping oars ~
dilniunk tiv.s btwtenjit Jacl.souviillo tlud Nvivw York. Coaches between Jai'ksonvillle aind Wt
lin ton. lt llv.
Nos, irtid io "\Va'stinttrto and lio'trltl Itmllted." Pullnmati drtawlnr room sleeupimr oatl,'iS
tit'eiett .ttliu toli|lnt. ; l N' iv \v 'i t .'t', li ..s4 botweenl Jilokaotnville a st Waslihlu Itol. tlltur
oirs lieut e\\ '> .'tl unl'll a tt nl < Wua\; t uin 1.tot>. th vIv.
No. .o Thlronugh: the "Ladmi orf the Nky." No. c.1'
plittt o l 11... .l >. it .n i l.v ... . a imu So lv . A'. I
_0 10 A \I' tcolt i ilil>, S, t'. .. ... H. ,. lv, 1 21
I, ) 1 A\r A. ..A h villo, N .. .....SO. Iy .. I I v. (h
2.1? Ar ihot .Spritig-N. t' ....... o. l, v..,.. Lv. I1 i1
Otl .\." Kluno '. ( llh, 'T'euuu ...... So. IKy....... ..i',', -I)
14 It 1 i A .. .. An',Innuu l, hii .t ... .Q.... (& .. ...... ,.1K : 1
Nos. and 3i utl o I'llinni idrawingM rouno'i m d a ul nt ,i'el inei ar botwe ecu Jkswikmt-nvllf tald
'lInolhuattl.
No., No., j e llnetwue Jat'cko- 'l land |11 'tih Nort )ld Wet aii No. N1ot
10 I t t 1-.) 1 l,,v. Ju -, uI no, .. .. a "t . ..... ... .... Ar ) al [ 'it Ittl6 "
13 3 a I i10 n4 Ar. m ton. . i ... .. . l. I. 10 I0)
SI0 5 Ar. Atlltta, t / .. . .... ... .. lv, P 104
9 5 7 :;H i A r. |oltue, 2ii... '' . .. . .. 1.. 1 v, u'uaa na p
i '. i ,\l Aar l'Utaiun' t. t. ...--'.'.- ... ..... . ..,... .... ,l.v 774 ] 75
10 5 I t A .\r. Chiatra oo i.'l.. Le . .. .. ...... .. ,v 5
5 ) 40 it 5 I N A r I,.l ttin. K y .. Q t . .. ....... Kv. 'U k I l
7 1 Ar. Ci7ltnlm l A ..... ... ..... .. ... L i. |) 0 11
14I t h: (I 1-) p! lv. t't.,,iile,.'. Ohioo ....... t l. ,I'" ... ..... Ar 1. 7 0 lt i to0 1 ,
T. i .j 7 I j Av. A liltngo, Iin 1 ... llr l,'ir... .... ..... Lv. HBO p
00 it H N ti ,S t.v. 'Cti niut11 11 lo .. ., Pe0n i. lit Ar 8 4 aI t (X) p
NO t P 720 Aur. 'tk'Iago ... .........l'oi >. lh) o .t. . .. ...... Lv, 1140 P)lO00 a
.t.)0 1 .' > Arlvi Chut'au il,. Oi .... ... II. & D. Monion .... .. L..A 90 0 I 1 It
) I > r i 11, A A '. ,,LV. .. .. 1. a
H ao t 19 4 It! I Lv tinini ti, lt )h) .......' C i. & 1 lMic'h. c: i t,.......... Ar.. 0 at 7 45 p
I W 1I ilt ui Ar. r T leido. O)lit) . ....... Lv Mi. II I 91' i
1 20 7:k) Ar udetrolt. Mlto ......... . L. I tv, i 0 I. 11
51 n) A M( i l.v. litiuolnnul I, O hi'm .. 1'itu. Ites ........ ... Ar. t i t (11 0
3I lfit) II1 A r'. little i )ll/, )'t ... .. ..... " .. 6 I ) 15
i 4 it v. I'i n numt, o 11 ...... Il Kour . .Ar. A.1 k) 't m)
3 ;U ) p 43t a; Aur. t'iev>lu l,()ih.i ........ . Lv. 1)1> p) l 1J 1
710 a t 1 l301 .'v. t.Ixt iiii KI.' ... So y . i A-. i 0 a It 0 p
,o .5 S IM Ar. Tumillvhi. Ky .. ..... ' .- ......... Lv, 1 t
7 ;I t Ar, St. St, l. ul, to ... Iv, t10 4 ( It t
I a l.v. ,o.xingtol, Ky ... lv .. .. Ar, to. 41 It.
S I. v. ohlotll lte. ..K .... .. . 1.v. 740)
Nos. 6 u illt I "Chtliott tamnl linioritlit li('ltal." S-i14 v1rtbu Itevx t n >o twI)i JIHain etk vuii
and t'iuto'limttl. Arlvi'ves drawlil r'ouiNuitlecoil' lt ,'u in's lto l oto vhit Is lai', r: t 5Clove lihlnd va t vii tI l'ouari to l' tttittrg
Vitt IeiatNtvvit nit .im 's. 'l.lrry oI l tll'uV on l' L mi r to louia ville,. Plirpsl-olishi itoroiughltro 0OwitaO
1o ( atttatnnoiint'. lilnitt olt 'l in (lltniiiatti, AIls Tulodiiy, T'I'hur mtwitay ianld Sl lity, tlhreaut
|I'Atiatn r lec nluK our O tu t o e itrolt.
Nu t. 13 I flm n 's 1 l tl L-aiast- i ii.s th ro iirti r 001 ,oiu'0olh," i u (il lttiguhii s 1 lieu.r 1w1o n J.) 'iti li I anul. ThroiKi a utn'illn s (la'witvinl rom sll'tt eeilinttg i r. .to i.tai a vti t s t ', ).-Moitouu U toi to
g. g vi a .?, Ivall, v n 1n l1h,,,. Ipitly.
No N.: Itlieon Jaicktnvlie ani Kanas (ity N. C.A
a Ift a! 7 4; 1)' Lv. Jitm t l)l'MeF, lit-. . 1 .. . .. .t o
uaO a' r 44 L l.v. J'iiul .ite .. .. Ar. ii i t ]
I 1t :1 o A0. t, Mv ', h i .t '" I v. I 1 I 0 pi

i t : 1 '> A ut, 'ch. ..'oi|< I v, t Mf t 1,
0c (0) F *) A ..Aftunulti it i(1%r1)plaat, iha

h1) S i0 4!1 Ar .hlatini la n. Mo I.v I o I 0 W I I
-l h. i -it A r ii. h t si i 'lIl t u' i AV I t ) I ) ......

It I i t ;'t I A r l iol |i. i n, .A rt .' ;k.i' i '..,
N Umc. .V? r llfl I I "I '*!(" .*' 114' 1!1 l ,lt'll",?l ] l .!: Iin i & (lf Otit< roH fm l d(** t't li11 *ttf, ti >'i > W eHn


lJi)itiung trs. \liply hi, my ioket Ai'vnat.
11, vF. ( A UV, I>01. |'fN. Agl., I0o


-^iiieariBg 'l W1-I I a85


PLANTER RYE
PEDTO.4(EE A ND
JACK POT u I:YE


JA.----- ). O ARW,


fur II v,--,rvtitf.' oi.n
WI. Way it., ,lakt

PLANTER


W I ts I 1 M4I


MI ARYLAND RYE


ULLMAN &


COMPANY


'4.'


Ii
1'1


Ni

"S
ti


DIST ILL/ER


w rOI.E DfIAT UlH.UTORt



1. J. WILLIAMS
/ OAJlSYILLE,T. :
-'---m m.-u~ro


Pre'i:tlrnt O Nl. W. Hips, Vite-Proident


THE FIRST NATIONAL


THE ONTLY CMA.:Rt0T-0AtK NALACHUA Oll

SOW, *


:I~I'


___


_


: ___ ~1_~ ~__C___3_~C~_


---i--~----~- r~--~-ir~-C--- -t-~--------~ i


---~---- ___._ ,._1..


~'-- - "'~ -" -- ii------ ---~


i:


_ __1 ___ I_ ___






I, '. '*'*'' *.'''*


fXQ .I... .OL .


ER.
, Absolutely Pure
S HERa IS NO SUBSTITUTE



NEWS OF CITY AND

COUNTY CONDENSED

Matters of General Interest Gath-
ered by Our Reporters.

PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS

What Has Happened and What is Going
to Happen Told in Short Paragraphs
o 80 That "He Who Runs May Read"*
It In The Sun.
Insure with ('uiihman & Hill.
Arch Avrlett of Newberry is in the
'city.
Free samples of Kalola with full in-
structions at all drug stores.
0. 0. Harwell of.High Springs was a
visitor to this city yesterday,
S Link Hodge of iwberry was among
the visitors to this city yesterday.
E. E. Voyle has returned from a
S brief business trip to Jacksonville.
: E. Voyle has returned from a
brief professional vilit to Jacksonville.
S Henry Rtosenberger of Kirkwood
was among the visitors to this city
| yesterday.
Furnished rooms to rent; privilege
S of hot and cold baths. For informs.a-
tion apply to Dick's Barber Shop. tf
i W. J. Hodge of Alach us, the of the
prominent farmers of that section, is
attending the, session of the circuit
court.
G. W. Eastbrlin, one of the success-


i ~ .


ful merchants of Hligh Springs, was plant.
among those who ipnid Gainesville a J. H. Granger, ex-marshal of Gaines-
visit yesterday. ville, has returned to the city after sev-
W. F. Hughey of Morriston, one of oral days spent in detective work in
the leading merchants of that progress- South Florida. Mr. Granger made an
lye town, was transacting business in excellent marshal for several years,
this city yesterday. and it is safe to assert that lie will
Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Holley have re- prove equally as efficient in his new
turned from Savannah, where they calling.
have been attending the Southe'rn Dr. E. B. Howell, of Newberry was
Baptist Convention. they report a in the city yesterday. The Doctor a
most successful meeting. few days ago had the misfortune to
Go to 3. M. Mason's and get a copy lose hisfine residence by fire, involving
of ay Private Lessons on Drugless a loss of considerably more than $1,000.
Heal Iu and Self I dealing. Price, O6 He has the sympathy of his friends, as
cents per cony. Every family should he had by far the moot pleasant home
have one. A. J. CO5. tf in Newberry.
Arthur R. Ferrell, for the past two The Atlantic Coast Line offers a rate
years a resident of this city, departed of $12,15, Gainesville to New Orleans
yesterday for Havana, Cuba, where he and retuIh May 18th to 21st, inclusive,
will be employed by Capt. McIrvin, with limit returning May 24. A final
also formerly of Gainesville limit to June 16th will be extended by
Bids Wanted-For the reLuilding or depositingticket with agent at New
repairlingof tho culvert over Seet- Orleans and paying the customary
Water branch on siborty tat. For speoo-
flcations, apply to W Bt, Taylor, Chair- jecial foe. d-lw
man Street Cotumitteel or A. J3. Me-0 We have had the pleasure of meeting
Arthur. Bids will be opened May 1th. Capt, H. P. Brewer of Waycrosa, a .,
B. 11. lowell. one of the enterprising father of Turner Brewer, who is here
young ierehaints of High Springs, was lon a short visit to his son. Capt.
among thiost, who paid (aintsville a 1 Brewer is stock claim agent of the
visit yesterday. lie is one of the first district, second division, Atlan-
stockholdere and officers of the new tie Coast Line. He has held this re-
eleetri,, light and ice ooulpany at ligl ltionsible position with the Plant Sys-
8prings. and says the affairs of the tom for the past fiften years, and is
company are progressing nicely. regarded f a most competent man in
Banford Jeweit has returned from his line.
( day on account tiof the %ad death of his West did not discover Kalola for it is
another, Mrs. W. L. Jew-et. The fu- not the result of the investigations of
neutral was held Saturday afternan, an ignorant medicine man. but it is
the result of the most skilled chemists
and was largely attended by sorrowig of today. A combination of several
friends and relatives. The friends of mineral waters each crystalixed and
Mr. Jewett ill this city deeply syM., combined, and each water having me-
pathie with. him in the loss of his dieinal value, which make Kalola. A
gsepuinie spdlfifle for the cure of indi-
fond paretit, gestion; bladder and kidney trimbles.
Mr. Joseph lominville of Stillwater, All druggists can supply you.
Min., after having spent over $2,tAXi Before eating,
with the bat doctors for stomach lfo, slte aping,
.troblo,wit hout relief, was advised by Beotre speaking,
his, drutgisat. Mr. Aex. Richard. to leforeproactii. ng,
try i box of Chamberlain's Stomach Before saying,
l Tiver TabletS. He did so, and is a Before praying,
today. Troubled with in, Before4writing,
bat, bad taste la the mouth, Before ghtina.
o tt-e or oo imtlptilon give iuk, Kaicla. It will clear youtr ia
.^ | aft tril,*nd yo7 arm Um ofbiliousaa.upopanous
iH~e~hMstorei fltjla^ with aeh fa youra f oed i^ ioor rtA


_


~:"i- I"~i


Inaure with Cishkman A Hill.
See the six little sleepy heads in the
Land of Nod.
See Moyers for coupon contracts in the
Standard. to5-15
Try that corned beef at Fagans' mar-
ket. Only 10e per pound. tf
Mesdames A. M. Cushman and I. E.
Webster are visiting friends in Jack-
sonville,
R. L. Sparkman, a merchant of Lake
Butler, was in the city yesterday on
business connected with the United
States court.
Capt. J. D. Riley, a phosphate miner
of Hines, was among those who visited
this city yesserday.
The National Collection Agency of
Washington, D.. C., will surely show
you up if you do not pay your debts.
Benj. Sams, the clever traveling rep-
resentative of the Savannah News, is
in the city in the interests of that great
paper.
prof. A. J. Foskett,; the piano man,
has returned from a successful pro-
fessional trip to Alachua and other
points.
There will be a called meeting of
the W. C. T. L. at the reading rooms
of the society at 3:30 o'clock this af-
ternoon.
Miss Luln LaFontisee will entertain
the Young Ladies' Card Cldb this af-
ternoon at 3:80 o'clock at the home of
her parents.
Justice Tim Bailey, West Beach and
W. Tucker, all of Newberry, are in the
city in attendance at the present term
of the court.
When you want a pleasant physic
try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They are easy to take and
pleasant in effect. For sale by all
druggists and medicine dealers.
Cadet Angus B. Birdsey of East
FloridalSeminary|has returned from his
home at Ooals, where he was sum-
moned on account of the death of hiI
relative, Mrs. W. L. Jewett, Saturday.
Single young men will find the
coziest furnished rooms at the
Brown House Annex, 75 cents per
week to $2. Also several rooms for
light housekeeping. Apply Brown
House office.
Miss Bessie Bunch has returned
from Fort White, where she has been
visiting relatives for the past few days.
She was accompanied by her aunt,
Miss Maud Getzen, who will spend
several weeks.
J. A. Maultsby, the brick manufac-
turer of Campville, was among those
wno came to Gainesville on business
yesterday. He reports plenty of pros-
perity in his line and says the demand
continues to offset the capacity of 'his


FOR


CRIMINAL CASES ONLY


and.hundreds are joining the pro3es-
sion. Sing and praise Kalola for indi-
gestion, kidney and liver troubles.
THEY WANT TO PLAY BALL.
Merchants Are Anxious for a Game
With Commercial Tourists.
"Stripling has a gang of commercial
tourist' who have been blowing around
here as to their ability as ball players.
They openly challenged the merchants,
whom they declared didn't know a
thing about the game or how to play
it; and now, when we have accepted
the challenge and are anxious to play
them, these comtmereial men don't say
a thing."
This was thie remark made by Gro-
cer E. A. O'Neill yesterday, when lihe
was complaining that there had been
no reply to the acceptance of the
challenge. Mr. O'Neill stated that the
merchants are anxious to play-not
for the pleasure particularly to be de-
rived, but because they want to assist
the Oak Halls in a financial way. It
was hoped to pull the game off tomor-
row, but as Mr. Stripling, the manager
of the commercial team, is out of the
city, it may become necessary to post-
pone the same until some day the com-
ing week.
Children in Peril.
Some of the most anxious hours of a
mother's life are those when the little
ones have the croup. Foley's Honey
and Tar is a safe and effective remedy
that never fails. "My boy would have
died from membraneous croup if it had
not been for Foley's Honey and Tar."
writes C. W.Lynch of Winchester, Ind.
Sold by W. C. Wallace's drug store.
The "Deestrick Skule."
The Old "Deestrick Skule," which
was given here in March, will be re-
peated at the Auditorium Friday
night, May 16. All of the old "skollars"
will take part and a new teacher, Mr.
Chris. Matheson, will see that the
"boys and girls" behave.
Mrs. Alston MoKinstry has consented
to take the part of Mrs. Honeysuckle, as
Mrs. Widemsahiwill be kept away by the
illness of her son. As the play was
given in Lent a great many persons
will have an opportunity to see the en-
tertainment who could not attend last
time.
The "Deestrick Skule" has been a
success everywhere It has been repeat-
ed, and Gainesville will be no excep-
tion to the rule. The ladies in charge
are very enthusiastic ,over the pros-
pects for a full house. In Memphis the
"skule" was repeated to an audience
of about two thnnousaind It was fun ton


I .ii:IC.~


... ........... . .......... %V I I rOwing T own-P-ersonal Notes.
hear the children laugh. They are Mrs. Mary A. Bryson Succumbs to Pa- Melrose, May 13,-The clay county
up on geography and grammar and see ralysis, After Weeks of Suffering. part of Melrose held a sub-district
the point quicker than the older peo- After eight weeks of patient suffer- election Saturday. All votes were east
ple. It is hoped that the children will ing Mrs. Mary A. Bryson died at the in faver of it.
come Friday night. home of her daughter, Mrs. M. Albert Miss Belle orpe has opened a
The admission will be 50 cents for Clonts. at 1:40 o'clock Wednesday, of summer chool, making a good sa
adults and 26 cents for children. paralysis. with fourteen scholars.
Doesn't Respect Old Age. Deceased was a native of North Car- The long hoped for rain has come at
It's shameful n youth fail to a, but has been a resident of Flor- lat and the farmers are greatly re,
show proper rpeet forold age, but ida for more than a quarter of g cen- lieved, about three inches having
just the contrary in the case of Dr. tury, spending a greater part of the fallen in the pastthree days. h
King's New Life Pills. They out off time in Orlando, Leesburg and Bar. The "Alert"is now running again on
maladies no matter bow and :rrespect- tow, where she has many friends. She half time, Tuesdays, Thursdays and
ive of old age. Dyspapsia, Jaundice, came to Gainesville about ten weeks Saturdays. and
Fever, Conspation all yield to this ago from Bartow with the hope that W. H. Lee. has gone to Sava
perfeetPillW. at all drugstores, the change would prove beneficial to to attend the Baptist convention and
A -aem-.-sss.oa. her, but notwithstanding the tender also to visit relatives in Statesburgd
Margaret--No, you cannot stay, love. care to which she was subjected the .e in ebu
Your mother says It sla absolutely bec- lady passed into relief. She bore her Miss Alice arnett lft for Jackson
casary for you to come home. misfortune patiently, and was cheerful M A Barnett left for Jackson,
ElI eth-Oh, de sometime mifortuneto the last was cheerful ille yesterday, having accepted a
sometimestsition with the Be Teoy,
thitk that mother is the Inventor of eased sition with the Bell Telephone Co-
necessity instead of necessity being the b Detased was a member of the Pone Com
mother of invention. Kansas City byterian church, and has been a faith- The Town Council met in regu
Journal. ful and consistent worker. She isbereav. session Friday night only regular
-----ed by a husband, Judge J. C. Bryson of business being transacted.
o it n. e Painter. N. C.. who is also an invalid Newly register the Human
Julge
known te sor all your lfe lingsworth of Bartow and Mrs. M. A Lynch of Jacksonville. Ma
Jud Now rpion do you Cltsof this city, and one son, Geo, I
think he could be gallty of Bte4lin Eugene Bryson of Havana, Cuba, to SMONSON'S SALVE DID IT.
this money? whom the sympathy of The Sun and C
Witness_-How much was tt other friends is extended. Effected a Permanent Cure When
The funeral will be held at the home Twelve DoctorsHad Failed.
l of Re. A. Con, North rendaeB. B. Vir
"We cannot c r your storyM. A. Clout, Nortb Garden ruling ofLondon.Mis.,undtr
riously." wrot an editor to an author, street, at 2:3> o'clock this afternoondate of April 21, 1903, write:
"beeauae you ar& killed yoSr hero In Rev. E. P. Crane of the Presbyteriaan J Simonson, Gainesville, Fla.
the tauddle otf it.e chuih officiating. The interment will "Dear Sir: I write to express my
And the author Pedld "I killed him be iu Evvtrgreen cemetery. deep ratitude to you, for your won-
wrly bea UO 1 |Mde am l."-Akt- derfu salve has cured a sore on my
t at ma .-t Not a Sick Day Since. foot from which I have suffered great-
a-nta Corstitutl, wI was taken very sick with kidney ly for five years. Twelve doctors have
trouble. I tried all sort of inet working on the foot during this
notwl troub, whfich mrt medicines, time, but failed to effect c oot
Byrn a t o ne, non of which relieved me. Ones day I saYlve did the work in a ltte we. Y
aa I be t ad i ur sw an ad. of your Electric Bittersad took fromhe n while.
'a f e et af? ps,,.,de trmined to-tr that. After taking a after the foot ten a of bone,
#54b .B-rrdit wladts-N b oes I fe relieved and soon which a the glass had e r
a ther w as ..twthreer was tiitedad ent whicheaused the u tWa iw I
t aierse b a0ea i .--Iet e wt n a entirely ete d haveof entirely uredand W
.._ __. ...... .n n.... .. min have beet eurid of Rhe __s wOua the aida m aofa was .elt e .. .
t-rouble wards you, ad.*l.
0, Of _. P remoAt, N.
Sata..For.. ide

8"Ml


01XN VILLE, FLW1WA, MRAY 14, 194Y3

with Cian C A n RT TERM
eset seats for the Land of Nod UCU
Sbe gone. ALMOST A SURE THING
aAyments-l earn good diild s
Rtaniard. See Mpyers. to5-16 ---
se L. J. Knight and Deputy T rge Nmber of Crimhil Cases
McOann of Laqrosse are in the Lr e N o Crimina This.
ending court. on Docket ecessitateThis.
rl.. nIm. "hi.a.A' i ts il nlavinal


'iTh. V


All Cases on Civil Docket Have Vir-
tually Been Set Aside Until Conven-
ing of the Fall Term-Present Ses-
sion ofC ,urt Merely Matter of Form.
All indications at present point to
the fact that a special term of the cir-
cuit court of the Eighth judicial cir-
puit will be called in this city about
the middle of the coming mouth. The
docket of this term will be a heavy
one, as a great many criminal cases
are ready for the attention of the
court. In fact, the term will be called
for the trying of criminal cases only,
the civil docket having already been
set aside until the convening of the
fall term.
State's Attorney Calhoun stated yes-
terday that he felt sure the present
term of court would not last longer
than two*,r three days. Owing to the
unsettled condition of affairs and the
uncertainty of the legality of sum-
moning witnesses and jurors for this
term, which were summoned under di-
rection and the auspices of the Fifth
judicial circuit, both His Honor Judge
Wills and Solicitor Calhoun have de-
cided that the court will arraign or try
no criminal eases at the present term.
The session is merely beingheld
for the disposition of criminal cases
bound over and in jail or out on bond,
and the principal work will be vested
in the grand jury.
It is the general belief of His Honor,
Solicitor Calboun and the members of
the Gainesville bar that there will be
enacted before the convening of the
Legislature a law fixing the time of
holding the spring and fall terms in
Alachua county in April and Novem-
ber, instead of May and December, as
is now the case. This recommendation
has been made by the members of the
Gainesville bar officially, and will
hardly be ignored.
Disastrous Wrecks.
Carelessness is responsible for many
a railway wreck and the same causes
are making human wrecks of sufferers
from Throat and Lung Troubles. But
since the advent of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds, even the worse cases can be
cured, and hopeless resignation is no
longer necessary. Mrs. Lois Cragg of
Dorchester, Mass., is one of the many
whose life was saved by Dr. King as
New Discovery. This grand remedy is
guaranteed for all Throat and Lunj
iseases by all druggists. Price 50c.
and $1.00. Trial bottles free.
DEATH OF NOBLE WOMAN.


L SON'S



JUST RECEIVED:

New Lot Fancy White Goods
16, 20, 25& 80, 86, 50e yd.
New Shirt Waist Linens
Also
Embroidered Fronts
for Waists.
Novelty Linens
For Skirts and Jacket Suits
Warranted Fast Colors.
Stamped
Linen Waist Patterns.
Novelties in Neckwear

Special Values in 5 and
lOc Goods.




MRS. R. WILSON







REFRIGERATORS
WATER COOLERS

MOSQUITO
CANOPIES
AND ALL
SEASONABLE

GOODS

CHAMPION
AND
DEERING
BINDERS
REAPERS -$,
HAY RAISES

PRICES LOWEST
TERMS RIGHT

Thomas Hdwe & Seed ,o.

BONNIE MELROSE.
A Few Items of Interest From That
G ~ l.~5fl~Nts


.:*~ :





S. i. .k


Published Twice a Week'-Monday


GAINES ILLE, FLORIDA, TI RSIDAY,


\JfWU1 fOUI!LLE IUr

AN AMERICAN VENICE

Most Severe Cloudburst in History
Visits the Metropolis.

THE DAMAGE IS VERY GREAT

Railroad Tracks Were Five Feet Under
Water, and Boats Were Used to Con-
vey Passengers on Bay Street-Great
Damage to Buildings and Goods.
(Special to The Sun)
Jacksonville,tMay 13.-This city was
visited by a severe cloudburst last
p igtt,' and .the result has leon very
disastrous ,to the commercial and
transportation interests. All.the' rafl-`
rpad tracks in the yards have been un-
der water about five feet deep atid
will have to be rebuilt at a cost of not
*..-less ,than $25,000. The handsome
"union passenger station is also covered
with water.
West Bay street and all of West
Jacksonville was submerged. ,Boats
and naphtha launches were brought up
Hogan's Creek and have been used on
Bay street, regular fares being charg-
o'.and from the union depot.
Mny houses have been undermined.
of. which floated down Hogan
and there are a number of famrn
ho have been driven from their

stored in warehouses havi sus-
I great damage, and the Bridge
iaduct is declared'unsafe.
usiness is suspended, and no
ill leave or arrive for two or
ys. The tracks of the Sea-
r Line seem to have suffered
They are badly damaged
this city and Baldwin, and it
d also between Fernandina
ee.
raining torrents tonight, and
is in total darkness. The
orks plant has shut down, and
ine of the fire department is em-
to pump the water from the
nt of the Windsor Hotel. The
embles a large lake. The water
ing rapid-l@y, but it is ,fered
he northeast wind and the heavy
ill have a tendency to keep the
high for a day or two.
Marcus Endel's Story,
rous Endel and Col. H, F, Dutton
yesterday via the Seaboard
ine for Jacksonville, but upon
ing Baldwin the train received
ers not to proceed, as it would be
at risk to life and property. As
'sequence these gentlemen were
elled to return to this city last
it.
Mr. Endel states that the tracks of
.e Seaocard between Baldwin and
acksonville are reported to be almost
totally washed away. The night train
tom Tainpa to Jacksonville, due to
rrive in the latter city about 7:30 in'
othe morning, was caught between two
waahouts about half way between
1Baldwin and Jacksonville, and up to
Sthe time of leaving Baldwin be learned
that no relief had reached the train.
*" WILD tQENU IN COURT.

Verdict In Barrel Murder Case Caused
senaatlon.
New York, May 10.-When the ver
dict iSn the barrel murder case. 'b
*which eight men were held In connec-
tion ith the death of Benedetto Ma.
danso was read, a wild scene fol-
Wed. an ace* o'
:. of La and Lu s
Nrf child pushed tir way
hJIdt the crowd in the room to the
de of those maen and cltn. to tham.
A31 the accused eacept Mor*le and
.ac-onl, who were not tIn court, were
ommnltted to prion without ball to


Ilt tbe a 4o4 of the ott4rj.-
Mosello lat wa taken Into cIUtoIy
the dISIUSa of haleis corpus
IVt UStlU64 In h s behalf
leeoal had| never beMn arrextd "t
wt the twer. Ocw
war. t after him.

pilteo if Murder
utomer* M, y i1 0.-0 i) uI)fi
ha gatMe^ ^aof CtiSS
45sitbe 1tI, umg i
:'ll. -^SS^


--


Burning Prison ress Outlaw-They
Then Commit Depredatlons.
BIrMlnlha4a. Ala., May 12.-A por-
tion of the kitchen of the state prim'
on at Flat Top mines, 2 miles, from
this city, has been burned and dur-,
Ins the excitement nine convicts es.
caped.
Going to the "railroad station near
by. the convicts robbed the telegraph
operator and then left him In the
station tightly bound. While ransack-
Ing. the -.tatito the signal light was,
turned, causing the next train south
on the Southern to stop. The bound
operator was found and released.
One of the convicts has been cap
ttared and the superintendent of the
mines says the others are located
and hbe e pcts to capture them soon.
The Fat 'TOp mines ar, opaed
by the Schloshef1ieM4 oal an d f ro
oompaty, and the convicts are lead
from the state.
"pence Tendere RlsgnsatIoss
KnoxvllUe Tenn.,. iay 1i.-Ret. I.
P. Spence, D. D., bllitendered his rem
lnaAton as president of the Amnrias
unilversilty, at HTiertnita Thnn. It I
uadetstood lie will be suoedad by
Professor Jame* A. ;A-f. of Niaavlli,4
Tenn. Dr. Spei w0 reUre to
vto life on amount o hi health.
Strike of Lumber Sasmuloym.
Chbaa1.o ay 11-A etrif Of
may AWNWAp !77 =trwito AVr tf


meet the ever-growing necessiti es of
the great agricultural l interests of the
country, upon which prosperity and
growth depend.
The establishment throughout the
United States of a complete and per-
feet organization for this purpose was
recommended, and the delegates as-
sembled were made representatives of
'the national-organization of the Good
Itoads' Association to carry forward
this local organization. The work of
the office of public road inquiries was
endorsed, and the sense of the conve'n-
tion, was that its opportunities should
be enlarged and it@s usefulness extend'
1d by a larger appropriation.
'the principle of State and county
cooperation was commended, and it.
was more than once eniphaliled that,
t is as much the duty of the general
government to assist in the building of
highways as it is to improve the rivers
and harbors.
The revolution favoring national aid
1i to be presented to the Congress of
the Uiited BStates. by a comnmlttee com-
poed of one member from OWih 6tate,
to be selected by the searetsry of thte
Nmatlonal .Good Roads' AoelIation,.
The building of the memorial road
from Montleeilo -to the Universlty of
Virgtinia in honor of Thomas Jeterson,
wtNgiined the firA t bill for "the eoil-
0ttion of a na.. tional highway on
roMbuw .' t0WOW, wa onanlatIsoly. ap.
^Jps, sl| ee.sft by b^


and Thursday


MAY 14, 1903- ONE DOLLAR AI YEAR

the convention were 14rosidont u1oosV-P
volt, William J. lryan. Senate Li- I
mner, of South (Carolina, 11d t.6overnor
mmin, of low Mr roo t ESTS DISCOURAGIN
Mr., Bryan both spoke of the teoossity t. D (I3A II
of huild ing better highways for the nT- u
tion., and hough either coninitt'ed Cold and Inclement Weather
himself to the proposition ofgovernnmont, Carses Great Reduction.
aid, yet the itnfrt.rice was %.lear, that
both would favor such expenditurs. IONS ARE UN
Senator ,atimer made a st.rotg aml CONDITIONS ARE UNFAVORABLE
answerablee -argunment in favor of
government aid. There will be no This is the Season When Operators


SITUATION AT 'MERIDIAkN.

No Attempt by Management to Opel % I
May .-- FOR GOOD ROADS
Meda, Mi.N May .A.-There i
no change In the strike situation here. ,Ge 19
one freight was sent north late ye Attdance td Great En.
terday afternoon under guas4, ad. It thusiasm at Convtntion.
was manned by a nonunion orew, and
'two came, Ina from the. "oth. No
attempt h .been madeby the man. BRYAN ONE OF THE .SPEAKERS
agoment to operate trains this m.norn .
ing. Omoers tnvoled ieldh a three 1The Delegates From Various States
hours' meeting ltat night and greed andTeritorles Spoke at Length on
to use every endeavor to protect the
property of- the company It disorder the Great Advant-age *f Good Roads,
arises ; and Urged Their Q oistuction.
Strikers claim th morning to have Tn ee,
won over a 'aJoirIty or nonunion men Cl .. U o eree
brought in tom hChicaso" last night writing for the Manufaointers' Reord,
No violence is apprehen4ed here by gives the 'following grap'hi. necount, of
the busaine .minmunlitty nnlen the- th'e great national eonewMion for Stood
road should attempt to put negroea roads.at St. Louis:
o. ,>* No imore sueeeattil ".vention ws
TRIKE "AS SEN.. PO OED ver hell in the Intein of any in-
TRId HAu alrPOtT ND. a movement the good
... Days -iven .ttlem, roadsi-_pnvention that W* held in St.
Southern PaoleI' f Troublets. Loui from..piil 27th tthe 20th, i.
New York, May 1,-Riaph t, -rl. live. In the "ntmber and intelli-
Iey, secretary of the Civic Nederati, -genoe of-th delegate,, in its, enthusi-
*nioulncod that he had recelved a tel- asnat.and working 0apafity, in its una-
egraxr that the Southrsi Petfic'4. nimity -d sitngleiness of purpose, in
threatd9Aed strtie had been pofponda the number of able speakers and free-
fiftteen days to mvitme for a iettl dom from parttlan' o0; lititcl infl-ti
meat of the troubles, The boler mte enees itwas fldoe.ti ever, eqmualedi
erg on 1Z2n1l 1 fic w erte 'O Two thousand deleateoI from nearly
have gone on trike today out of syaom- an-n
pathy with the aon uPsi fle much,- every State and terrlo 1in. the union
lsts' strike, which has been on r f attended the convantlobi. Fromn the
*bout six morthl. first day to the last the most dom-'i
Sen&tor Hanna, attng fir the Olvit nating idea was the necessity of gv-,
lrderatilon, asked that thiss symi pathet- ernnient aid in the construction of
ic atrtie be poutpone4 pending efforts rural routes-goveriment aid, to' be
of the federation to bring about ,, conditioned upon an equal amount of
settlement, local aid s set forth it' the Brownlow
EkrIIll reports sated tak the tr1h bill. All the speakers, with the ex.-

#ira re ait tamime too lateo ti Mr. .t 'eeptionoft one or two, dwelt up6n this
ley said thee reports were unfoundwl idea, andthe thunder-fogapplause that
and that the aswurnoe had been re.t allowed each speaker left no room for
cilved that a delay of 16 4 aUs had bee doubt as to the sentimeftt of the con-
granted. The exeotltwe committee ol vention on this point.
the National Civelo Pidertio ti eeat The best evidence,; however, was it0
in this city on Wednesday, aad the the adoption of the. declaration of
question of reaching a settment In principles and resolutions on the last
the Union PactIc matter will come ut day of the meeting. There was not a
the dissenting voice in that large assem-
OMAHA STRIKR SITUATION. blage. The derlatation of principles
as set forth asserted that the building
More Laundries Closed Down-Five of good roadsan the United States
Hundred Employee Looked Out. is now of paramotint importance to
'Omaha, Neb., 1May 19,-The, strike national prosperltyt_ and-'eGmmer-
situation In Omaha was further ( 0aipli' cial oupremnacy; that the harmonious
oated this morning by the closing down cooperation of township, county,
of 18 of the laorgept launderles"in the State and national governments is
city and the locking out of 500 laundry needediP furtherance of this end ; that
workers. President Kiball, of the tho the approprition htherto
Tri-City Laundrymen's club, sas thee o Pre 'one hithrto
union does not represent a majority ad by Congress for the improve-
of the laundry workers. He saAd tent of the rivers and harbors were
there were sufficient txmunon em. beneofcient and comtrmeidable, yet
ploye left to run thlae ludries, bht he the tirie has come when the. agrioultu-
Bamd ftr the safety ot fle employed, ral districts should be assisted In the
and CAt., thMrebe, the thandrymen matter of building highways so that
hel dodded to dis. 0 ndefctely,. the benefits of the free, tmall delivery
may be extended and thus promote
,NINE OONVICTS ESCAPE. a hiuh ,r.Ar f'.. hi." m I .I.,
ai Mher order of eitizenghin And also


I-?c~----I1:


--'-~ 3 .r _.~- i I


1_


more earnest worker for good roads in
the next Oongress than Senator Lati-
tlner.
The President made some goo.l
points. Among other things he said
"It is the habit of road building that
gives to a )eopli permanent greatness.
"The dcvelopmqont aif the irom road
has been all that one cold wish, but
it maero ptres uit'Ciiption to cotmliste r
good railwitys as substitutes for good
highways.
"We wantt to see cities built t.li, but
not at the expense ofl 'he country dis-
trictk
",If the winter mnians to the average
farther long line' of liquid moraiseeo
through which he must pninfully fore"
his 'teWaTn if bent on lnsilness, and
through which he imlstwade or swimn
'if bent on pleasure ,if an ordinary
rainstorm means that thet farmer's 1oy
or girl cannot use: their bicycles, you
have got to expect that those who liveI
in the rural districts will not find ftarn
life attractive.
"We should encourage any cheok to
the unhealthy flow from the coun-t
try to the city.!'
This movement in favor of govern.-
ment aid is gathering strength day by
day. It will reach such proportions by
the meeting of the next Congroen that
no congressman, wiho has has any tro-
gatd tor his- own popularity, will bve
able to resist it. Several conversions
occurred during this national convoin-
tion. Several who came prepared to
resist the movemeiit were astonished
at the depth and unanimity of senti-
ment among the delegates of all pn-
litical parties. The impulse is gather-
ing strength, and t e<, who wobld not be
swept away muist mvo with it.
,- .AM AN _WAS GOO, -

Lectured to a Fair-Sized Audience
Tuesday Evening.
RIv. Sam IP. Jones, evangelist and
platform orator, appeared In this -city
inder tieo auspjeos of the Southoern
Lyceum Tuesday evening, The opera
house was fairly well crowded, but not
as largely as it was anticipated for thie
attraction. This was probably due,
however, to the inclement ,ondltion of
the weather, for many faded the in-
conveniences of a rainstorm in order
to hear what he had to say.
Mr.,Jones, as usual, kept his audience
in a good humor, and during the course
of his lecture "spoke a heap of facts,"
as lie pleased to term it.' He occupied
the attention of hil heonarrs .or an hour
arid a half, and manydeclaret Ihat the
lecture was too short.
Mr, Jones departed yesterday for
Mariatuna,where lie has an appointmen t
for tonight.
S DAY WAS A DULL. ONE.

No Business Transacted by Court
Other Than Grand Jury Work.
The second day of thI libpring tcrtn
6of the circuit court passed without.
special.iincidtclt. Ini fact. there was
nothing doilnp in the rttort room, the
court and bar being idle all day. Tho
work has bten left to the grand jury,
which was lab|ortig in earnest yeeter-
day. Several indictments were found,
hot a number of the parties have not
yet beeni pprehended.
The court and grand jury will c'n-
veie, again atr9 o'-clk this morning.
May 6tart Morning Paper.
Charlotte, N. C.,. May I1.-There h.
bean Important dvelopnmeits ina
paper chvrles here .. on t as hae t
the ariotoenment of the Obasa'yp
coinppuy that they propose sta
an afternoon pper eoceS thr |i

establltsed. 't; Ist n .l!Oistv

pa-ty of h iult. l -ii
1the gstiy f.p* ^* ft~~.


SM '.'- .


- .0 .AV


Should be at the Top of the Game,
But They Have Been Discouraged by
Continued Qold and Wet Weather.
M,. L. Moore of thhlle, a member
of the firm of M. L. Moore & Co., who
operate stills at Roohlelle, Grove Park
and points ins Nassatu county, was in
the ei ty on business yesterday.
Mr, Moore is a thorough turplantin0
and naval stores mian, having ben eon-
gaged in the business i.t North Caro-
lina, Oeorgia and Florida for many
years., His firm is probably today ona,
of the most extensive operat041. in thd
State, and when it- omes to iinaial
stores lut knows what, he isll, talking
about.,
Tli speaking generally of the business
yesterday, Mr, M1)-t4) stated that the
prices were exceedlitdlOy too low for
profit-, and on top of this the condi-
tions of the weathet have bl n largely
against the operator for the past few
weeks.
"Wt have had entirely too. mich
cold wetthor," said Mr. Moore. There
is no use talking, the sap will not mtu
when the weather Is cold. When this
condition was abated the rain pset in,
and It has been another great detri-
.nent to the production, as what little
sap did run was washed away by the-
rains. Wo turpentine operators are
blue, and no one can blame us. Thote
is no set of fellows in the world who
are more contented if conditions are
half-way favorablo, but we have had
enough to trouble us within the past
few weeks, especially sinee the price
of spiri t hltts been down."
NEWS FROM KIRKWOOD.

Personal and Other Matters Which
SProve oLfnterest toJBtaders -, -
Kirkwpod, May 13 -Mr. Smtth of
Philadelphia is at present enjoying a
visit with hiie nioeo at the lRosenger
mansion on lat litl leview .avemIuo
Don. ( Findley may often be seq.e
taking a sail In his brand new boa
"Fair Florida," ot the beautitlf ,
waters of Lake Alachua. It is a thing
of bmAuty, may it be a joy forever.
Another boat is soon to make its aB-
pIerance on the wars of the above
named lake. Its owner being a man
of Freinhe taste, has painted it artis-
tically in green and blue.
Mrs lFindley astonished the attend
ants at Sunday school last Sabbath; by
appearing in her buggy that Wsto *n.
joyilg a fine new suit in red and bla k.
Mims Ituhy IDel,and gave a. Very en-
joyable spider wllb party in honot of
her fourto;enth birthday, on SFttAtday
at the "Pines."
The MissesfKnox gave a very pretty
house(i party last week at' their new
hotmyl" rt M fnon aveitie,,
We are, orry to note that Mrs,-
W\ Wo\Vod, Me e.ito seriously ill at her home
on ,lnallel av(iumte.
It; is said by ths(e t who profess to
knew, that there is more water now in
Lake A .lachfta than bas bepn any. time
-snie 1872; As that year usher d in
the groatest orange boom the State has
ever known, it is thought that the
great iprevalenoe of water every-
wh(ere, as the orange tree requires a
great deal tf noiltture, will again -fill
the trees with the golden fruit and
gladden the hopes ot thei patient culti-,
vator,
iBditor's Note-'Thee ,orresprindenft
wleli please write on ,the;.r than tiUttto
ptper In futHre.- -. ..
Many Christians Kilted,
aoststAtinople, May 10.--4Btrteen
O$stlUail were killed an4 Ut seq~.ed


4k iiuf.ghb ::













|KYEHED TUESDAY

al4 Order e' Prom Gov-
enor Jenlings '

I'V" GRAND JURY WAS DRAWN

Weit m xdlr lately to Work ps Soon as
They R cetved Charge Fronr Jury,
b out WIll" G 0et Dawn to Business

Today,
SAlt4flStUttltes have been overcome,
dil the- regular spring term of the cir-
oult urtconvened in this city Tues-
i4ay., lntwithstanding the fact that the
4iae has been subjected to the pro-
,,'400i of re-districting, and Alachua has
ljbe:ete placed 'in the i'newly-created
S lghth I.roult.
Mattpts looked, bad for p While Mon-
asfar as the holding of this torni
f tf6e court' was concerned. Every-
% asbody satisfied with the re-district-
n'g proposition, as well as the newly
4.' appointed officers for the. district,. but
t0e siatin point was the holding of the
t, of court. No action had been
laket' in the matter by the Legislature',
.'*" which was necessary to act before the
ztem could be held. However, tele.
.rai"r were passed -between the Son-
,i;,Ate,.the Governor, the newly appoint-
4I jude 'and the Gainesvlll bar,
whlsh, resulted in the receipt of a tele-
gral authorizing the session of the

Hi Ponor Judge Wills met the
ahiembers of.the bar,i.ho court 'otficifls,
the summoned jurors and the public
I' t he court room Tuesday morning at.
'i.W'i45 oe'Qclook. Solicitor Calhoun was,
ilso present., Hon."Syd L. Oarter, so-
,litcrftor the Fifth circuit, in behalf'
.of the new oircult, of which Alachuia
county had: been a part, welcomed the
i new offloials. Hon. 8. Y. Finley, presi-
denti and W. W, Hampton, of the
Gainesville Bar Association; also
made addresses of welcome, which
were well received. His Honor Judge
SWills and Col; Calhoun replied in most
P0l1Ainsg terms.
Judge Wills announced that the
S ourt would adjourn until 8 o'clock.
The court cozivened at 8 o'clock,
when the body proceeded to organize
.: by the selection of the grand jury.
The jury, having been selected, ro-
Soived the charge of the judge, which
r: very Impressive.
Tlihere being no further business, the
court Adjourned until 0 o'clock this
morning.
Following is the grand jihry
; has. i, K. Wood, foreminai W. M,
..- Torley, W. 11. Tucker, G.'. J. Wters,
IM. L. Lanior, 1. M.'aylor, C. L. Kite,
S II, 1I. Arnold, J. E1. lryant, E. I).
Thonilas, W. H. Ellis, 11. W. Toinpkies,
,. CW. iauklhight, (George D)impier, J.
D aldwell, C, W. St.epheins, I. T.
Qplnn, L. F. Plolk.
S There remained only two names as
e; petit jurors, and the clerk has been in-
slltructed to issue n special venire this
morminrning to complete the list,
..+ .. A Physician Healed.
D"Pr. QGe. Ewing, a practicing physlcan
:of Smith's Grove, Ky., for over thirty
...:,..years, .writes his personal experience
( :with Foley's Kidney Cure : "For years
l'I had been greatly bothered with kid-
-'r.t. and bladder trouble and enlarged
S: prostate gland. I used evory thing
kn keowln to the profession without relief
u; antil I cominenced to use Foley's Kid-.
S ney Cure. After taking three bottle
I. -Wasb entirely relieved amn cured. 1
Il'. prescribeit now dmily in my iirmetite.


. and heartily recommend its use to al
S physicians for such troubles. I himave
prescribed it in hundreds of eases will
perfect success." Sold by W. C. Wal
Wlace's drug store..
Will Open Summer School.
tProf. J. iH. Brinson of the comnmircia
;department, East Florida Seminary
A :nnounaes that lie will open his rogut
I'' s.'ar su-mter school at that beiatifui
ani healithfuil resort, Oratnge Springs
n: O Mondky, Juiie 8.
This will enter Prof. ibrinson utpoi
i.his fourth term. at this resort, all ol
whi-h.l.ha ve- been, very successful I
.Students'are "not only afforded an op
tportunity for a rest aud recreatioml
but at the same titme enjoy the valu
b'le privileges of a no rmal traitnili,
Teterm will last twelve weeks.. 'a
ltlars '.may be had "by addressin
P Brinson in this oiy.
oain't' Respect 6 At Ae
,nt' ..ameful wheniyouth fails t
show 0,ro4r expectt f ol' age
just 'Pter cotrary t oass
k'Ri ull WtA PHU!, MO D


' ,. :



"MyY .halr-.ca'me out bytbohp;d.
Bful, and :the gray hairs bean to
lCree.p in. inied Aver't HairVigor,
and Itstopped the hiiri fromccom-
hting out and r3cstord ithe color."--
h ilai'S ) D. G r No. Scletn, Mass.

There's pleasure-in
offering such a prepe ra-
tion ts Ayecs:Hair Vigor.
It gives ti all who .use it
$uch satisfaction. The
bair becomes thicke r,
longer, softer, and more
glossy. And you feel so
secure in using such an
old and reliable prepara-
1011ion. $1.00 a t'ttle, All dritTIBfts.
If your drug lflt cannot supply you,
selid usii oune tltlP r arnt we will express
you a bottle. osur ao and givo theo ame
oft yur ncatrest erSi ofice. Address,
J.C. A. AEt q, Lowell. Mass.


FORTUNE FOR SOME ONE.

Balloon Worth $500, and Bearing Pass,
BeJongs to Whoever Finds It.
Floating somewhere In the earth's
atmosphere, free to wander whitherso-
eve'r ib may, is a balloon that is worth
any man's while to capture.
The balloon is 'a silk structure,. 20
feet In diameter, :0,feet long, made of
heavy yellow silk and covered iwlth a
rope netting. This great ships worth
$500 on the market, and it .belongs
without any reservation whatever to
the person who Captures it.
And this is not all, For securely
fastened to the bottom of the balloon,
in a silk bag, oiled so as to keep out
the moisture, Ifa t document. which
gives to the captor of the airship a
ticket to the Louisiana Purchase Ex'
position, good for the entire seAson.
The balloon is one of several that
ascended at St, Louis on Thursday
nightof the dedication period, Mr.
Pain, who had charge'of the pyroteeh-
nics at'the World's Fair dedication,
had a number of captive balloons that
were to figure in a spectacular aerial
display, but several of them escaped
and have been falling in different parts
of the country. One was recovered by
Oren Vallentine, at iSorento, I1l., and
another by JaimesC. Hilisety, at Wor-
len, I ll.
But neither of these balloons is the
prize-bearer. This particular balloon,
which was dispatuhted on its jouirney,
destination unknown was sent up by
Aeronut UCttl'l Myeor after dark Thu r-
day, April 30. Its only cargo was aft
message writti n ulmt uliciial World'hd
Failr statiollery, and signed officially
by president David It. Francis, con-'
veying the in' oration that the finder
of the balloon, utpoin presentation of
the letter, and a written statement re-
garding its finding, would lb supplied
with a pass to the World's Fair from
May 1. 110-1, to the close of tihe Fair,
December 1,191)4.
T'ho great balloon was filled with hy-
drogen gas, more that' 22,0(XX) cubic feet
biting used at a cost of $200. This is
sutfficent to keep the balloon in the
air from two to three weeks. It is at
the mercy of every wind that blows,
and may be found a thousand miles
hence, or it may wander around and
when the gas finally has leaked, fall
close to where the ascentsion was made.
When the balloon arose it carried a
huge light that hrned for mpossibly
half an hour. it, lrose) rapidly nnld
was caught by ai wild from lie soutlh-


I vast. The brev'e was strong and the
Slight could be seenll moving iortlhwest
Sthrouigh-the sky. It arose 1and struck
another current and struck oMT dun
east, rising higher, mnd ston disap
plarod.
I TheW balloon will rise and ial will
i he temperatures, until it tfinal-ly de
- scouids. As it strikes the colder stratus
I of air the gas will condense and thi
aiirship will fall., When it strikes tht
warns atmosphorte near theearthi
Swill expand and the balloon will agai
Srise. Thit it will repeat many inmes
Tli'ton the balloon may be seen in score
Sof platoi before it copies ne iar noug
to earth to be minadet captive.
Disastrous Wrecks.
S 'arele s nesis responsible for imtiai
a railway wreck and the same cause1
are making human wrecks of -tiffemrr
g from Throat and Lung Troubles. lu
since th'e 'adveat of Dr. iug's Ne
I-osovery for Cousum ptiOnn. Cough
o and Colds, even the worse cases ecan i
it cured, and h opeless restignatin iv n
Longer neoessary. Mrs. Lois Oragg o
SDorcheater, Mass., Is one of the man
? whoge life was aved &y Dr. lng
"* $ew Ptaoozery, T. igrnd rernedy I


I
-u

h

y


I'
a3
e;
t
1 1




y
s
s
t
w !
e


'' : ESVILE'' A U MAY14,, l


4*0 !r .. . .. . . ..


Effected a


Permanent Cure When


Twelve Doctors Had Failed.
B. B. Virling of Lonidon,Miss.,undtr I
date of April 21, 1908, writes:
"J. Sinmonson, 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, btit failed to effect a cure. Your
salve did the work In a little while. I
took from .tie foot ten pieces of bone,
matter the glass had been extracted,
which caused the sore and now I am
entirely cured and able to walk with-
out the aid of erutches 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. dawimo
FIRST CAR OF CUKES.

Shipment Was Made by Refrigerator
Car Line to North Monday.
The first solid carload of cucumbers
which has left this point this season by
refrigeration wat. sai't under consign-
iment to an Eastern market Monday.
Th(e consigi imient was madi, by Franik
1). Warnor, amid consisted of four hiun-i
dried umid eighty rates. It was made
over tihe SeabOird Air Line, in F. G.
E. Car No. 17. 10i9.
While a great many cukes have been
shipped from (Rainesville during the
short season in which cukes have been
on, this is the tirst solid carload by re-
f rigetatitin, tihe other shipments having
been imnde in part with lettuce beans,
peppers, etc. It is expected the ..re-
turns froqi these cukes will be very
encouraging.
9 Not a Sick Day Since.
S' lI was taken very sick with kidney
trouble. I tried all sorts of inedicine,
none of which relieved. me. One day I
saw an ad. of your Electric Bittersa nd
Sdetermtinied to try that. After taking ,a
o few doses I felt relieved, and soon.
f thereafter was entirely .ured,and have
nr ot se6t a sick day siinee. Neighbors of
i ine liave bben cured of Rheumatisu,,
(Nertilgia, verr sn m Kidutei troolste


In referring to.the people of Madi-
san, the delegates state that all of
them were lavish in their efforts to
make the stay of the delegates pleas-
ant, and that all of them were delight-
fully entertained.
So far as the convention itself was
concerned, the session was a good one,
and independent of the appeal of the
thirty-eight members of the Gaines-
ville chapter, which furnished the only
unpleasant and regretful topic, every-
thing was exceedingly pleasant and in-
teresting. The Jacksonville delega-
tion is of the opinion that the conven-
tion acted wisely in the settlement of
the Gainesville difficulty. The elec-
tion of officers and members of the
Kirby Smith Chapter were declared
regular by the action of the conven-
tion, which refused to take cognizance
of the questions involved, and the
granting of another charter to Mrs.
Stringfellow with which to organize'
another chapter, gave those who were
making the appeal an opportunity to
act in future independent of Kirby
.Smith Chapter and retain their mem-
bership in the division.
A Runaway Bicycle
'I'rmlinated with an ugly cut on the
leg of J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, Ill.
It developed to a stubborn ulcer un-
yielding to doctors and remedies for
four years. Then Bucklen's Arnica
Salve cured.. It's just as good for Burns,
Scalds, Skin Eruptions and Piles. 25c.
at all drug stores.
Famous Ornithologist Dead.
Morristown, N. J. .May 12.-Carl
Grumio. the b.ird man and warbler,
vwho was kovin as an able ornIthOlo.-
gist s. do:tL .H'le had been employed
rec-n-tly at an aviary at Norris Plains,
and wAs' on his way there when he
stuittnibledt ant'd fClt ,,islocating his Apinae
at the neck. H' was about 45 years
ohj. HIe was born in- ermany, hut
he htil lived in this country many'
ytars. He ( latmed to know more
'u* bhida, .their life, h&btts and
anatomy tian any ma 'tt tlhi cona.


, .


another's life are those when the little
ones have the croup. Foley's Honey
and Tar is a safe and effective remedy.
that never fails. "My boy would have
died from membraneous croup if it had
not been for Foley's Honey and Tar,"
writes C. W.Lynch of Winchester, Ind.
Sold by W. C. Wallace's drug store.
Deestrick School.
Miss Battaile arrived yesterday from
Fernandina, where she has just' given
the "skule" with great success. She.
has kindly offered to repeat it here for
the benefit 'of the public school,
making no charge for her services.
She requests all -the skolars to be at
the 'Auditorium tonight at 8 o'clock
for a rehearsal preparatory to giving
the entertainment Friday'.evening,.
Meeting County Commissioners.
The honorable Board of County
Commissioners met at the court house
yesterday for the purpose of revision
the. registration list of Alachua county'
as provided by law.
There was a full btoard presetit, and
the work of revising the lti equ ird ,
H bltwo- .two.,h<..^: "~
*ai i~ tmila '-* 0..*.,,- ::,^.t.**!;*.*K L J^,~^-*^~i {^ e iB


_I_ _I____r_ _r____l


T


MR, LANIER ROBBED LOOKOUT

ON PUBLI ROAD W.
-1-4"-- 11< idemic of Malaria is sure to fol*
Money and Papers Taken by Two ow the wt aso nd the high waters
Very Bold: Robber Whichh. l )w+Prevailed all over' the
VeryBold Robb)ll ch pT e
.... -_ lSoth. :Mlialal. and Ik.ed feyen
wlr deveOlope to an alaftinig Lxtlten
ANOTHER WEST END INCIDENT Lo dionB wil be ad;
4.., -, p. t o should be takoOm
Was Riding Horseback on His Way be t
Home, When Suddenly 14is Horse Thw !,m .s1t *em"laly F er-
Was Checked and He Was OrderId
to Surrender All His Possessions , AtW of ify yea;r ha deomfnutrat.'
ed 'that for this jemaiency, -Dr. Har.
Another highway robbery is report- ter's Iron To ichas no equal. Iron Is
ed from the West End, and this time the fighting element in tlie blood, and
the victim is M. S. Lanier., .admini8- the.kind of iron supplied by Dr. Har-
trator of the estate of Joel Holt, de- ters Iron ,T'ono is just the kind the
ceased. system require to successfully combat
Mr. Lanier was related to the de- maiiwria conditions. Don't wait until
ceased by marriage. J1Tst after his you are attacked Take it now and for-
death Mr. Lanier was appointed ad- tify yourself; it is an absolute safeguard
ininistrator of hip estate, which and, at the same time, it is the best
amounted to a considerable sum, as tonic and Invigorant for the entire sys-
well as guardian of his children. tern. On the other hand, quinine die.
Realizing tiat it would be necessary turb the system and its cumulative
for him to make a report in this city poison begets greater physical troubles
today, Mr. Lanier took from a safe in than those it is employed to remedy.
which he kept his money and ,papers Where a bad case of chronic 'Malaria
at Newberry Monday afternoon at a already exists, take DR. HIARTEFRS 8
late hour a sum of money 'aggregating FEVER and AGUE SPECIFIC. It is
about $1150, the deeds to 800 acres of guaranteed to cute. Price t0 cents.
land and a number of other valuable BUT a t YOU i Wi0i
papers, and started for his home on .
horseback. Hle resides about three Tat .
and a half miles from Newberry. He
left the town about 7 o'lock, and ON TO
whexnabout a mile arid a half from .Ves Wo't H1ave Mlalaa. e 91 ,
:town he was held np by two men, one A ee handle, or sexi, to D .
of whont Jurtped into the road and .T Mdealehandle, Dose ayto, Ohio.
'rhekeed the hor'e, while the Other, at
the point of a pistol, compelled him to B stoo,Te,.,Aur. ,101
give up the treasures, which were in a W J"I hav4 eedr, Harter's
box-, Irob T[n" anyself n din mn
box.. faniy for over tweay-five years, anD
After having deprived Mr. Lanier of ean res regur
as irrtieularly vahAble to ward oaffiA.
his valuables, the parties left him, a otherla ndo vers &
warning him that if he was seen on t" n ano4micntgratiooAgs.,Fri seLiote.
the road again that night it would go *atMsas pwU tat abst tw sstisal Isgmss*ie.)
bad with him. He proceeded to his
home without personal injury other COMPLIMENT TO KIRBY SMITH.
than a few scratches on his face, which '
were sustained while he was trying to What Delegates From Jacksonville
defend himself. Have to Say of Contest Matter.
In speaking of the matter yesterday The Times-Union f Suday has the
Mr. Lanier stated that he had no idea follo
of te aries wo dnoite th following bouquet to throw indirectly
of the parties who committed the h
at the loyal members of Kirby Smith
robbery.. He stated that, while their Chapter U. Dm o. S
d r n te t Chapter, U. D. C.:
complexionwould represent them to Mrs. R. C. Cooley, president; Miss
be negroes, they talked a great deal Sallie Holmes, recording secretary,
with the accent of white 'people. and Mrs. J. O. Bessent, Mrs. C. B.
It is a mysterious affair, and it will Rogers, Mrs Walter PeCottes, Mrs.
be .a difficult matter to apprehend the Tilman White, Mrs. M. C. Drysdale,
guilty parties. This is one of a dozen Miss M. Walker, Mrs. Cook, Mrs. Rey-
sin, ria occurrences which have been
,sinlr occurrences which have been inolds and Mrs. E. G. McFadden, dele-
reported from the \ est End within
orte fro the West End within gates to the United Daughters of the
t .l past .we ..e .ons.. Confederacy convention at Madison,
SIMONSON'S SALVE DID IT. have returned home, and state that
the convention was a great success.


*ii


: J1

,ORA,""AKEI'..

PRIVATE M PROPERTY

It is Owned by Private Ind ivid-
Sals, and is Not Pblic. ":': $ ..

PARiT OF -ARREDONDO GRAN'r

Fishermen Who., Have Been .Using.,;
Grounds Lesased From Private Pa i
tis, and Have .No' ear That They ity'
Are Violating the LaW, . I
The matter of Orange Lake, the ffsh-',
erinen and the game wair n f .Marion
county has taken a new turii which is w y
absolutely safe for the fishermen. a
,In speaking of the dispute over the"
title between lMarion and Alachua coun-
ties of Orange Lake, one of the fish- o0
ermen who is well posted, yesterday .
stated that-the lake is'not government' Y a
or State property, but belongs to what 0
is known as the Arredondo gran arid-
is owned by private liidividualsr fror ,
whom the same is leased. .
"For many yqars this property 'was.,
considered invaluable," remarked the,-
fisherman. "It has been allowed to
be sold for taxes, for it was considered
not worth the price of taxes.'. How.i
ever,"wfien the lake became prominent
as a fishing grotind the owners of this t'
property immediately began to redeem ..
the same, with the result that today.
we fellows who are 'fish farming' it.
have ade a good thing for the own-,
ers. .
"A great many are laboring .under;
the opinion that this is a navigable'"
body of water. This is a mistake, as
the law defines a 1'tavigable body' as a
body having a navigable outlet to tide .
water. There is no navigable outlet
to Orange Lake, and we felliwsa are .
resting easy, for there is nothing to
cause us alarm."
WILL HAVE A PICNIC.

Gaimesville 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 next Saturday on the
romantic shores of Burnett's Lake,
near Alachua.
This popular resort is one of the
finest and most delightful in the State,.
and those who attend the school fune-
tionwill 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 15 cents for chil-
dren, round trip. The service will be
performed by the Atlantic Coast, and
will be special, leaving the passenger
station at 8:30.
INDICATIONS ARE GOOD,

Nine Carloads of Perishable Truck
Left This Section Last Week.
Notwithstanding that the season has
not yet opened, tlie movement of per-
ishable freight from this section is
very good and extremely encouraging,
and as a consequence the growers are ,
happy. .
For the week just closed the Armour
Oar Lines shipped from this section
nine carloads of perishable freight in
the form of beans, cucumbers, pep-
pers, etc., the greater part of which
we're consigned to Eastern markets
aidl brought good prices.
The rain has wonderfully improved
ti.', cantaloupe crop, and it is expected
that the season will open about the
25th inst.
S Childre n in Peril.
Some of the most anxious hours of a.


m












!ICOTTKOl MA


I:* it Ui Newv Yor
WAVY SALE$ FOR sPcO C
vce of 11 to 14 iointe In I
ul Clique ,Reatlzed Heavil
ter ,to' Avert 'Bear Panlc-
:BecQme. More Pacific.
New- York, May 12.-The wi
tOment in cotton this sen
rred today when an eatorm
fg movement was tacteQ
pected advance of to
lVerpool, attended blYy hea
'ot cotton in the Etnglish
1e local market responded
tce of 15 to 24' points
e active months, new high
1l1 cases beiug made. .
*Oe realized heavily in
it.,a bear panic, which, at t
d inevitable.
:I'ocal advance. was act
alational repor s from
w which .made an" advan


.,oi J'ttly. A reaction of 10
4 "points- folloiyed, continued sell-
.Y the bull clique at this point
upon the market became more,
,. The heVleast transactions ae"
this season during the same
ore reported today.
rds- noon the market became
1i1e, "it having. become appar,
6at th bull party was not dispoa.
lroe+the situation. Public opei.
were not Ax active factor. o.Wing
,H abnormal, cond tions' now cov-
peratlons of prices. 'Thlere wavs,
r',,some selling for short ac-
as to the new crop positions on
Vorable 'showing made by the
o, In the cotton .belt, and the
Splattering ,character of the
,lcoa now current.
TU$ES TOOK A JUMP.
Market In New Orlpans Sur.
p,1. prI se Long Side.
leans, May 12.-The cotton
*; a surprise, even to the
this morning.
opening prices futures took
%of from 20 to 37 points in
Smonthbs, and the advance
rong and wide that prominent
Hting danger in store for lo-
rs in .the wildness of the
ud fearing that some of the
a would go under, sold the
.down almost immediately.
11 15 minutes after the opening,
ti 27 poInts had been shaved
i the advance, which brought
down to a more conservative
e level, though oven theq a
ance was maintained.
cause of the advance was a
H lnce of the bull campaign, to
-was added roeriPts of sensation.
ces in both the Liverpool and
York markets. In the trading
e earlier hours May advanced
11.10 at the closing Saturday to
July advanced from 11.43 to
August advanced from 10.63 to
September advanced from 9.62
690. From these figures there was
de recession of from 5 to 27 points
to realizing and selling by the
solde.
THEY PAY A DIVIDEND.
Hkholders of Star Petroleum Trans-
portation Company Happy.
he stockholders of the Star Petro-
'm Transportation Company of
tumnont, Texas. of whom there are
few in Gainesville, have been made
happy by the announcement that the
itil)any has declared a dividend of .2
er cent. This is the second dividend
eclarer. by the coihpany since its in-
aug ration.
The Star Petroleum Transportation
Company is really,.a branch of thep Star
Petroleum Company. It is owned and
controlled by the management of that'
comnpaOdy, and owns several vessels
plying between Port Arthur on the
7Xi sistippi coast, and New Orleans.
[The purpose of this company is to con-
|*y the products of the Beaumont oil
lds to e New Orleans market,
distributing point for the
a ont output .
l4oeu.ry S. Chubb, who, it one of
.largest stockholders of the Star
leun Company in thi city, yes-
ay ,stated tfhat oi' is 'selling at.$1
.brrel in New Orleans. The. re
from thin Company are pore
S:avorab)e, and the only reason
Sa dividend bMnot been declared
O impany i the faet that the
is placing al its. earnings in
l S.g and enlargirg the plapt,

to ,Top ad Sarao gaM S


Sthe enminia wari ^*t. -


Hon. ek430. %ta i pn
T Ther M rir* s-Or Qtuid s4



S- 'is goon'to tsl f te sirkim

S ruined. 'er 'hits orfu'l dry, aId :,it
Liverpool seem, ike ee-~:t. er os doi't .speek
ly In Or, ter send any rain Soon.
-Market 'iVe noeber bay' mich. :.a ioint.Ier
Sd cltrehdese days, '(e- dese folks am all
o good, dat if 'day e,~Avet 'de,, leave
oldest ex de had a se. do39 sh ariLhe-r he attited
ason i A
.US coV .Dere' 'aiwt but two A ters it,,s in
d by an 'dis 'fleinity and dat 'am. 'istaeks an'
14 poinu -
r asratilin wuimmen, fer intsecks tve1hvbV
market dO. fLlee, fr do ;wimumen 'dre ti at
with an proflshney ob diem'.1 'Idf dy wikt, 'er
on the thingg 'Per "tr happin', dey make it
records happin,' if 'hits a "white lie" 'dey
The but waint battered, 'dey more dan, git
order to hit skattered. 'Dere is 'jes. one thing
netime, good bout 'dem, and 'da, is' 'dis '.dey
ee will nlis keep other' work,'fer 'haint
.New Or- no one what'll take it. .
ce o1 37 D6is' am iture a bad part ofde'r enn-
w^^e^ ~ ~ M-ttl whnmen -~ &Isck ~eh


inenit, sortie or usU folkis aun 'uiI
smart 'dey knows everything, no ma -
ter wheroedey 'saw 'hit happen or not.
Dis is i rich climate, plenty ,ob nig-
gers an' po' white trash. Some ohW
deni are so green dat. hit, 'ud pizemn a
snake fer tor 'ite ^em,. 'bin er think-
in' dut I try ter git dee& folks to 'ci 0
on aitin' civilized, but dey are still
rezi te t' . .
If er min iwatn ts er offii let em s end
a letter ter "LlmiArd: Slide,'" iii care 'Aob
de ladies, dey wi1l make him popIii, ps
doy are do imos' inmportont objicki thi
dese diggius.' Do men don't talk niuc(l.
fer do wonimen' don't giv' Jem time.
Ther' a in `uit'a differents in dese in-
habitance, some or to good an' d6. reat
'aint good er nough. ey talk, about
der enemies and fren's, their qualerfy-
oations, especerialy ther bad uns. '
Well, I might tell or few nor6 of.
dese features, but paper .ha gi'n out,
and I can smell flap-jacks er fry:in,' so
I know 'hits erbolit feedin' time. And
den I sho wants ter :pass de waist
baskit. So, good day,yes, ood day.
Yers mos respeckfully, with love to
yer wife and babies, I re main,
EZEKIL OBAIIA FtiANNGIOAN.'

CAMPBELL-MILLINER.
A Quiet Wedding at the Home of Mrs.
Milliner, East Gainesville.
There was a pretty home wedding
at the residence of tlhe bride's mother,
Mrs. B. A, Milliner, yesterday at 10
a, in.
The contracting parties were Mr.
Walter II. Campbell of Tampa, and
Miss Edith G. Milliner of this city.
The parlor was tastily decorated it-
palmnettos, moss, evergreens and
roses.
Rev. M., A. Clonts 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 beat in a suit of conventional black.
Both parties are well and favorably
known in this city, he having at one
time resided in North Gainesville, and
she is the. oldest daughter of Mrs. B.
A. Milliner of East Gainesville.
Following the ceremony light re-
freshments were served, after which
the bridal party were escorted to the
A. C. L. depot, from ,where they de-
parted for Tampa, their future home.
Their many friends wish for them
abundant success and happiness.
A OQ di'r
THE TERM HAS BEEN GOOD.
Union Academy Will Cloe on the 22d
Inst. After Successful Term.
ProDays of the Union Academy,
colored, annou nees that he 'will close
th'a institution on the 22d inst., after
the most auseessfol term in the his-
tory of its exitence, .
The enrollment' for the term has
been five hundred, eighty-five per cent
of which ha been recorded ais an a-
erage attendance. There wil be eigh t
graduates at the close of thil term,
which is Jthe !ar est number ever
grad uati a.t one time.
The coinene en nt s xreises will be.
field at -Union Academy, aud will last
from the 19th to the 22d, inclslive

-ited, and special seats will be pro.-
tided forwhite frlend4 of the wilest
wtho deetes toasttN;id. '.-i *'*.


9,


CURES


ALL


KIDNEY


p7.


AND


BLADDER



DISEASES


S FpOL S KIDNEY CURE will positively cure any case
of KIdy or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach

of m edicine. No medicine can do more.
* ' .' < .* ^ .*' *


If yfi notice anny, Irregularities, commence taking

POLBV'k KIDNEY CURE at once and avoid a fatal malady.

BELOW 1( A TESTIMONIAL FROM ONE OF THE MANY THOUSANDS
WHO HAVE BEEN CURED BY THIS GREAT MEDICINE.

A. H. Thurness, Mgr. Wills Creek Coal Co., Buffalo, 0., writes: "I have been afflicted
with kidney and bladder trouble for years, passing gravel or stones with excrucia-
ting pains. Other medicines only gave relief. After taking Foley's KIdney Cure
the result was surprising-. A few doses started the brick dust like fine stones, etc.,
"and now I have no pain across my kidneys and I feel like a newman. Foley's
Kidney Cure has done me $1000 worth of good."


Two Sizes SOc & $1.00.


Refuse Substitutes.


An interesting Booklet, "All About The Kidneys" free for the asking
Address, FOLEY & CO., Chicago, Ill.



SOLD AND RECOMNEIXDED BY W. 0. WALLACE'S DRUG STORE.


NOTiCEi OF ST'OOKIHOLinU(S' MCETrINCO NOT'I' (' )OF ItECTION,
Notice ts hereby ifveh that the annual meet- Wheroesi The ihtoar Instof the stockbolders of the Alahoia Ware. ers of Alhchuia totunty, Flloriln. (11di on tihe 17th
holuseO Company will be held li the elty or Ala- dsty oft April, A. I). 1Uu llmder mulltl oV rtut Of
'114UHt WthCe (?oClOttl trin tlmd ITAWX of thie uStltt of
ohaua. i h.,rictdt. o the irat T'1urs'4y InI Ju1e, l-'lorhimr, order tin lectir)n, to eI) hell1 in Alt-
towIt, the 4th.dty of June, p1us. at 12 o'olO-ekt0114% ouvmty, l''lordln, on0 the 10 mIty of Jul-l,
ra., at the ordne of said cormporaitlon. for the t et e whetr tile male of Intoxl
Pu.I e ofion derlg and acting Upti'n the tfln Iliuors. winesor hdoerkhall be trohiliblud
foowin0 O 1at eer'S: |in A lto lutt a county, i'lorld is; thoero f .u'e.
(1) Proposed amendments to tihe charter ofr UIder ttihby virtue or the Lws sof the .tote
this oorporitthi by inoretaing Its Itsptai 'ttocl tk f kirilmn. ioIloet iS mihe;oy j ivr, to) ti1e 1111i.
to thie ium of t.l. or sudh other ue moutint <1 tied eletiors of Alaehlsi iounti.vI, -'orida, that
may bi then determined bly the stookholoam. il eloetio to.doldl1 Whether tie stle 0 1 f OIS.
(2) The adoption of by-laws for thlscurpo-o Itoxloattirmv llourg, wlffet& r beer klluJ hoe pro-
ration.me il>itt- n Alubucounty. willb t lild-i' the
() The election of'ocer for the eCnutt iieveral votinig pah el in Allm county
rear. sad i Tuelifity, t e 2 d day iot Jfise, I ii.T'e hluilotsi
(4) The trnnmactlon (tof any other Iuimnes. mwhedH at hl eleelom will be '"For Hellng" or
which may be brought before the meOetig. '"Ag st Sellhng,' The returns of said eie-
L. q. I'AUC S, e tio a u i)Umt be Inrale1 to tlt (t!*'irrtvy (3ot i |itw l-
J. R. WILLIAMS, Vie-'res.. ers of Altimhiaoioutity within live d'sTm after
.. ..m ..l ............ ...... ... ld election,
NOTICE OF 'APPIACIATION FOR TAX WVIutwos lay hand and. th' neoml of our C1'ttt1lt
DIEED UNDEI SECTION 8 O() CHAIYIKl (Ctourton tLhit 17th. iat' A of. Ap, t i oril,
4#". LAWS 0t' Frx)IA. IA, ;rk h'lreCiult Courl, tanl (learkT f t '" lriod mof
N'otlce Is hereby driven that Joseph J. .ioneo, '( purchaser of Tux Certilloate No. S ., datet .
the 4th day of July,. A. I. i, m liatli Ud NOTiCE', ('F' 0 (;,I tiNrsisMNT
aid utretfiate IstaIn my r ont.. O ue Iain lI hus .sm-
pllnut;ln for tax deed to Imue tn it eeord{tlf,-, I tati. of l'lorh1lt. 0(ti l)i9 t r Ailf4tAlu.huim Co)iI)tj
with law. Said ort.lfate .emmhre the fol- Johs lFull, 's vi. .lc i m Jq)tl+,
lowl.l described property lltlu d in Ahela Iv 'rt, Whln .l Msy (so,,wrn "
eountv.,Flurida. towlt: I u',a I n ,I |D -ht&A elnmle.olnll ikts Peo Instl
Lot.S'of Sec2r 'TD Io, 2. 2 1.tl0lo ntS'*|icdt JohII .ijout, hi< th ,emhostAnn
Thie said lande, imioxmeamkod at the ditto of "Air ,In( t((mlwtAyhims tbqet iitrul ihec<.;u
there issuapee of suchP certifcatetnthe n111tts .) (, jo|tsu,, jW 4 "Ymou 4wrequiftle ho to..,ihe l
W. Ath Jo004614, .Utlem hahl eoertifc.'6(,,! Rppe shall be redomd aeOnl0 tgr to ltw, t.a x dixddi is trst Ujrovn., it.. oI t the t0 iday off '.lm>i k. KM,
wll issue thereon n11 the 17th l y 'of Mayv lta o 1te;fo (lFId Mi.ill t,t) suit. dilii t wl ll 1>*> Ilvoe'
WltUtt etay offslai atnuture ad el amthl. hdefut C. It HAVMAN
the 14th day ut April, A. 1). i )1(. ,.itokt ,; of thio j' ,;1 .'
( 1, KIi ON, (,fNr1 4)4 ImiVi t, i Mi MaLY Hr 1
Cler4 Circuit Court Aisahua 'oumaty. Fl ..A'
PertS 4 HWl NOTICE. Not<'e i h reiy glv"' that ons the id day sr
n 'eimin, A. ,1). i+WO I interteim tot ly0 a ) tlo. II
Notlie. s lreby wiven tht 'in thoie jabday i Mi CoUnty Jste of Alahtmia county.
of June. A AD.eIQ,1. as',fn1. li of JM llmll l'"iorifa. at hlm office I te ity, of (irl *< llt,
Sele ?r Robert Lee Stgler i .-Arthur E f,' (r a tlborit y to sell that ertgi tstplte. |m.reel
rO 6.,Vy eOtity, loid.will IPll"-tC ad trPs, Can J 0'(' of Alschusa 0utY, I. 0rIds is It.iia. ie tmthe tatu of .rldit. .ttteowil n lot
PSIet 1 0or eoew'usd al thority 1 I t I
Nino 0 n .(Hto th ir ( to" st (of WI T bto smaax
aSte sle.ithe "owt Idibe I IStocgert tif'or* <.oe Ya.'Yedi.t Maly Ho*t Ird Mxti"llb-
s4 nblasi ,Int'0onty of Alsebia 11 tate.sa tto Marv P'. C;roo.kOtt, which deoi ,f t.oll.
,of ris. ionSIX ^ t 1,t. siJ o ,t01*iS i sr e Im ree m ci le nmwtt; P TlleKd Iloto k I. 41, at tts1wir
UTe** r itnlrl gn ridedsr .4a. follow, i i 11.' ttQe tprnM .TheWA ir uN opf tihe Nwwltthe W Hf.lN AW %A'60il0l WItt;
00eA04of thefe'4.- the W 4 of the N1X 04Abd .ardlafus-Mij mKsrt It. (rk'.ett
SOw ieotel," g ,,, of. tihe NeWo N ,4 oredton, (inl tilvmeVI ,.1.m,. int, )M. w
re, more or MY -
uMID of .a.t, aoien, ss Pa tersI and Qr9wers of Long
iHeWr* 0MaArtbur10e0rI :.
a ,th..oA U ,Ut __, staple Sem IslandCottoo wi. i .&
-i"" t" p
N *iisb.ehv ntbht l.ettof,.dl. it to their intfrft to cOtuWei
_MftdioBJ.:tiM, to I eyjo h he:estate ot (att. te tkh .Y=IM "
.rdei d thubeen wrested bvt m olasto r- +,
142 f" .


G 1E(). 11[ACK ER & SONI
M AANI ACT[RItKt OF


I


and Building Material,

Sash, Weights, Cord, ardawe




E. X. HACI ER, r rotrietor

i ,' r ,v Ai gMa : S '. : '
Strt l.men, fr0ti4 the, regatrattloo booms of Ala-
ti m t' 'totunt l,'Iih rtdit. 1, t" the aikr (or of
+IAt'Vstrilon at artiou'n tstO i4M 0 the revision
of ai lot k t i nh. y IHoard of 0 ?%nnhsltsln.
ers In O<'ctoher A. 10 5', Io tlt lst
er-il 91004l1En. anid lWy tn0 l0k3 ," of Ctsonty .>Com-
mrasiorA e.' My tMa h, t,, t a loW. to0t
Dtlwk-iv.'t No.,', A t rtss"&('s*. S. And.'ron.
K, 0 It'lan tt, .1 I1, yonua i'. W. c-rk, 1) A,
M e tre an t : .
i.strmieiNo. Vt Cow (reek J. H Towttemiel,
istrisrht No. to, e'sW ville A. (. t olIlotghn.
.10hin'tt<*Mn ,j4 W 1 ei> en< .) il, J4tltrmtI.
,lr. i t i o ne, v jj ", tim IJtineT,
% W I xtmtlo,
AM"OlB 14"U 1)bk), W..t4 I r, iVll. Tra ), .
0. H;T'rb'WA Tstnore. A Anlto.
.M M e'' itbA U JWsom, *
4 ilii'n e 0vv s' M st, r,,


IWk.: u.. n ...t y -l .
*;**JpK~tSonNo. -s ig mrs' "W h
J^'a 0 *ne *.1' .a** *:*; '..'*^I.*'*l& ~ f*':*isa :


* .- ** * .. * -r * '* ** a


V


.. . .. .. .


I I_ I i .


":~"l;ri :i:


Ne


I:ri :


*E,











E.. ....o e .e .d th o . .R. .R SOUTHE IntRN flE REGnU TiM
pr L -,ttv .. ;' .o. .. ., To .


v sEi .... :E Ca'p.tain Met y in t .a-bsece of Treaso- *and pills makes of fnal events on e t Wrs the quickness ai
:,. 1902. at.abnesvle 'sternAaI'on and disgust of the adminls- Diy'f2it" 0fe givez.a81 sorts and semblances of AS V
t1i e ntu4e t trAion trhe Porto Riean inugglwg hichthorough Bclensadvedonc rning raisin,ghus e Leg re
saandalsog will not down toMail aldle h unors otnd buutildnrg n handing toucand marketing f their pod in of the State of Florida reazed the






Displayed advertisement for three, made public n i emphatic deiiial of up the whole system. e They hure option trading. This exceptional fig- predicament in which Alachua county





P! afe 12 month8 pt 5cl rates. r word'ss alle- ntiona and the latter Hood's Sarsaparl permanently red J. ure now canbe plainty traced to heavy ad been placed at its hands in pass-
Prices furised action 'immediately resigned. His resigna. Q. Hines, Franks, 111., of ecem.a from watch pool giamling in New York by the ing one bill and failing to act upon
S Deatnotice inserted 'lan ,ae now beginning tor e ad r a t defective a ste n bllplique that,withlarge cap- another equally impo













rpieo r nbcendge.a beyond expres- tles o. h^ fc a b ska d n on ital, has obtained control of the bulk ter was remedied, with the result that
eionve a what ugly feeling, which has not bo, by heen of theroyettobe delivered on fuprin term of the circuit cou
willnot accept st m' r Pro a out o'e equaled sinceia wo rfs decided hia tro d. Thee ao mrtetionia in ture dates opened Tuesday after considerable dBLLS













larger denomination than ,2 cent. dy wihu a o fvr beas h favor of Hoor's than Can c be published. Eleven cents for July cotton is not cussion among the members of the bar
S -- OUBOr;VarNoLer. ----- refused to be party to the favoritism o d a seiise t eleven-cent..cotton for; the man who and others interested as to whether
*4h aI'rsk Ltlr t k of the American administration and i" 11. plows the land, plants the seed and such a thing would be possible.a
a theTo treat these. ertt' ions t ters pertainig to their interests.
the Porto Ricans were not Aerian p n..
EY Worl oenr nui ti e prosecution of ot c ers be h had eve made before. This c Iqi s nedful now to warn this es- The storey o the e statu of affairs
The un and the Atlanta (Ga.) cause of their rank and iluence. ngent arued that Mr Cleveland was a grower maket, but a g has already been told in The The
STWulreel o tui a eaord, cAhie of thue internal revenue The thitg to d is to tke se trial class of our fellow citiz en Conditions inpassd a Cobill atin








See i 0 which ha excited a g he theo bite wh al mn ad to op exblte mentgen- a Came atne a MoEighth Oirit and on the
The Sn an the opi- ekly me nt is a communlo ati, Robertom ies andre- certain antaonim which had lon deed cotton c i tionmake suc a ey vege o the pring
; Timea-inion one ytr:....s:. 1 50 aptainry M etzoody in which he bseintimated that existed between hiself and the mem- market s eaof possible. Prosperous term of court in Gainesvile the Sen-
4 0 .... 4 'titsT An Pills arop:.,and its -apeculative uses.. It is
:.n, ns San Juanth was likely to lose the nava bers of thr o gh ycleanse theblood, e hed nt t tadjurned without the apparent









uch for Mr. kefeer' mahere if the prosecution of the smug- however, with the enthusiasm wit of Alough lat year re- eary setting a time for the holding













of the British import thK on cereals; t claimed, amounted to not "a few was far more partisan than personal. Icaedaorenge has been offset i lahansee had the desired effect, how-
igars and a few bttes wine," but It appearMr. W outhathby his recently puborders. When r. y droughts bl ever, with the result that the following
It is sald that almost every adult in to hundred of boxes and cases of lieshed report General Miles presented weevil and ther drawbacks until the bills were passed by the Legislature

watch and amiuses himself all evening or of tfhe San Jaira News, has bee: jority of the army and naval qfflcera ply o short of demand. The laws of a passing upon the first, second and
^ Winding It up. fined ii20 and ;eanesnced to flve days in agree, viz., the inecessity of fortifying garages and compensation work pro- third readings, in order to relieve the
jail for on tempt of coutt because he Manila harbor. It is agreed that it videntlly t .the lon run for the matter and set this term of the court
op who aors a rdution ofn aWlloege y rtrine the decision of te the xSpaniarng h oad taknd building ton has touched fmer ents per pound in of the State of loal id
detariffon trust-mde goos can lor r our m andpublic the whole of the an Jan u the whole system. this exceren oe mon tr ding. This exceptr toal fg- pBil nt in which Alacha cont
Pioay vte for the Repub licat andio ectin s a ain a fever of ind station at nd-locked's S arre now can:be plainye traded to heavy had been pced in t hands in pass- Co
rdate, whoever he m oa t be. thed immediately resigned His resign w batteries with modern and effert- i h in oNew York by the on is State in Counties Tra ponfe d














SRiopresentatve Loud has-coe:, to i guns, the history of Admiral uthby a lare taty from One Judicial circuit to Another
fueia haWwrinvested hundreds a lie. W hin to evidently to protect his Dewey's atte uBox on thew Sa.of sh eastern bll th wih lre c- another equalruit in this tates
mpelle ons o dollar in M a ad f r. Mac expru- pe o her fae aitde back ane dif ferd en on ial, ha b g inaeped ntrol of the buk ter was re ied by wth e Legislature
Soprepared to-ttht she re- the Division ohat they re Delivery, t froming er botined, b y which e had e iratly of then cropye to'be delivered on f-t the s te m of te c t














eekve some benefit therefrom. the current postofflee investigation. self, and it is practically assured that ow wil, then a lare share of the Section 1-That all jurors heretofore
r. Loud' thodWe will not accept st psccompli g r wtrogly uroed to















S Presirdeominaevelt han 2 regents d i d is unique. He is not aftt empt- h pi e troled. Other n or te proper protec- opened Tesday after c ider e d
.-t- the.- baby-kissing type of o e- without minii t he exa r or favora cese fao of is ha c Eleven ents for Juhe y cotton is not cussn a mong te members of te ar
















seeter. Few men have proved a Mr. Machen's administration, bunt is Some skepticism. was expressed by o r he p a vice in counties that have been trans-
S disapR Coitment to their endeavdtong to crtet o the favoritism he DemocratiS press when the imm- e -cent otton for the man who ard others interested as to wether
mportuntes o Congremen and d re and ke while po dent d a ter

















New ork now has the T largest hotel f the American administration reorani- ects were e the time, the ana, plants the sed and such a thing ld e sible
( Y,) World one year 2 ...... rom ad ( nullify mthe prod will rsecu tion of officers es hptici now appears to hav hoes and houses the crop t in not The story ohat ll l s oan pars

















not a h lepiun e of wood orAtlat (Ga) cause of their rank an ill bee all grilt marrantad. It has justet, bt a gas an crlict herewith are S There
aWeeklye Ctria enters into its co in hia preset positionf the ss is tat the bill contaits clae rid a make st r e reeale an this act shall take eect
S The Sun and the Ancorrectedr. feator Lodf te hc u getting old, tnat he desired" to be at Yetere is sie i fat e new iatEighth ciits anl the
oSemi-Weekly Jorn e nP w has e ter Gthe bitn ther o- when no uwith all men d tbo of itse tha cotn on oe a y vo h o t

of the day is thu way the advocates 0of bocae he fears the cfect of the scan- Treasury Itepartment oicils main- c i md ot n the Times and Plaa i
the Sowua idea are crawling eekly me upo n the politionl from Secre- cr at this uuies the prohibition aresoea oo o term of court in Gainesve hthe Sen-
their holes and pulling the holes in party, but Mr. Payno, who. describes of the importation of contract labor dicial Circuit of Florida.
after thenion one year.'.hi.....1 y Moody in which he pr intimated that existed between himself and the xis timons h ton o e it enacted by the Lgislature of
Sa m Juan was likely to lore the niale thus leavi pre. The portionofo- tin he all e in t re ad sonuabe to b te ate of Forida
r or oo te pd T eidea that another bill would be nee a



















lThe husky outiern mule must yield tatn it is probli poed to establis h to tract labor dependent on the judge nta lieve tt w. th c areful cultivation, a section 1 a time for the holding



















the palm to the sturdy microbe, which ,xiapend or discharge Mr. Machen as lie of the immigration offloials. meanwhile economy in living and a hold t t to
Recent g epelf riets s been red was to a persisted in. The strongest which Mr. Clevoland was greeted, cop to markt the cotton groe t c s e
Subjection is made to the minimize ng maintaining tat it should be viewed o texpeco the gins Eighth udicial circuit of the tate of
SIf the epoun iter p tletaed geln-by the mritbers of te cabinet, of the fl Tts broad o aides ato the immi- and warehouses w a golden haves Flora hall ber of teleas


















nd h thereafter waxed trongandn of his stamp, however, r. ration problm." While ome peo- next fall. te th e or
oan famers should profi by abolition extent f tl be unable ing, which s wit is ge in Americ are rather too sweia ep- t The dayaoe tra) offtn in s t. u st e l ad tth od ie ae .a-






































--- ------- whih to express his contempt for Mr. ingly deploring record-breakig days ocean rieda erona n of the county site of Baker county on the
Rlway wreking rane are now Maohn if as a reultof the diov- at Elli Iland the Norwoffstegian govern- Kin Alodo near at hardAtlant hasseet Monday in April at the cot
"0f ,the ritish import t~ on cere8s" claimed, amounted to not. "a few', was far more partisan than personal. many places lpyrfioods, droughts, boll- ever, with the result that the following
i a a few weevil andother'drawbacks until the bills-were passed by the Legislature -re
: It: said that aa most very adult in t ch r es of urtboxes ant Postmases of isbed re ee th e departure Conotituton. r sT P tnmy n the e



















M oraiesa w ll lift a loaded frihcant ar, General ristow, tle rsidnt de- of from 80,( to 40,000 sturdy, indus- --- Tuesday in r e
i 6( huri ss carries an Arl ev n o ullagor t u e Hr, obart S. Bird,', edit-Oe subject with Whic and passing upon the first, seondan
the er engines and even laro and M hen's dinil. This was tjorityous peoplthe every year. They all The Uftice'r 'd Stte oed ro eaa T
Windingne hen t he easily detachable the ourse which Mr. Payne pursued come here China last year $27,Sto worth. The adn n o t e tues-
fined$20 and sentenced to five days in agree, viz., the necessity of forthf2ing it ,e long r te m n, .
S jail forntempt.of ou because 'he Manila harbor. It is agreedthat if er and he needs but
No person, who favors a reduction of alleged partially'in the decision of the th r n in AlachSatkounty legal: "
the tariff on trust-made goods can log], court, and the whole of the San Juan lion to properly fortify this excellent, one more shot in his loioker to be mas- A'Bill to be An. Act to Pro- '
,olly vote for the Republicani candi.- section is in a fever of 'indignation at tond roper h or thi excel, ter of his- situation rorE nio tbe d,
land-locked harbor and emplaced, a o the video for Juro
date, whoever he may be. thte high-handed proceedings. few batteries with modern and effect- South by a large majority c of this State in Counties Transferred
:_..... ,- .... Representative Loud ha,~~ score' to ive guns, the history of Admiraln from One JudicialCircuit to-Another
ha's invested hundreds of Washington evidently tQ protect his Dewey's attack upon the' Span.sih b Judicial Cireuit in thisSlate.
million's of dollars Wi: Manchuria and friend, Mr. Machen, superintendent 'oI fleet might have been very different, a bbein indepe ioent enough in cash
i snow prepared toi-nsistthiat she re- the I)iv.ision of Free Delivery, front view sustained by the Admiral' him- and credith t h ld shcreop their e itate d b L t
ceive some benefit therefrom. the current postoatice investigation, self, and it is practically assured that Section 1-That all jurors haeratfore
~--'-'---'-' '3Mr. Loud's niethod of accomplistling Congress will he strongly urged to advantages now monopolized by the dSewn or sunuoi~ed under the1TeIxist-
Presides t Roosevelt has degenerated this end is funds for the proper protec- them forever. 'If the Southern plant- lug laws cf this State, shall be deemed
Iuto, the, baby-kissing type of oflice- Ang to minimize the extravagances of lion of Manila' ay. drawn
seelier., Few men have proved a 11r. Machen's admniistration, but iis Some skepticism' was expressed by vice in counties tahv en tras-
Kgreatbr disappointment to their endeavoring to create the impression the Democratic press when the inmi- goorsi, those of the pas three ferred from one judicial circuit to
friends. .that this has arisen purely out of, the ration bill *as passed by the lastenoughod e f them who he
importunities of Congressmen and de- Congress ai,d, While no definite. de- regular term c
New York now has the largest hotel fect$ in the system which a reorgarii- fects were pointed out at the time, the ti such counties.
in the world, It has 2,500 rooms atd zation of methods will rectify, imply- skepticism now appears to have been crops topeuinr Section 2-on- Th
notra single piece of wood or other in- lng that Mr. Machen will be all mizht warranted. It has Just been discovered The rsnt promise of cotton laws in onlict herewith are hereby
fiamnmable material enters into its con- ill his present position if the system is that the bill euntaitlis it clause 1)rovid- uitiois throughout the world warrant repealed, and this act shall take effect.
Soruetion, corrected. Senator Lodge has urged ing that skilled labdr may be admitted thons tL t th wrld w -i m t ppvh
upon the Postmaster General tho ex- when no unemployed labor of its kind, t be ncone th olate ro anod tha imed l o a v
mhe most aRtluSinlg political feature pediency of suspending M11r. A1aciwn, can be found in this country, and the ipg in be none toIoplnrge, anethat Aovlrnor. E
of the day Is the way the advocates of bocauso lie fears the effect of the seani- Treasury ])epartment officials main- etw c bee anad too perit ma ret atAnild the Times art act toPr ibeoding















:,,?. parts are removed., with Judge Tynor, and exlpresshigthini- large items are : Silk, 17,257 ; tea, d y ini Mayy.________sl ihrgr oM.(irstae, I eeosta eao ila \~,'T..2:grtsis 21727;wo, '- ~LL


.self with regard to Mr. Christianey, It develops that Senator William A. $7,4 22 at skis, $2,127,267; Wool, cny n u
Orie of the greatest advantages of whom a few days before he had favor- Clark, of Montana, the ''copper king" $2,39,85 ; matting, $1,303,881. Some Bradford county onthe second Tues
S the kalki uniforms adoptd by t the ed as a successor to Mr. 'Tyner, hl used and multimillionaire, was sued by Mis iterestimg items are : Firecrackers, day in October; at the county site of
United States army is the fact that the terms that would look very ugly in Mary MeNtellis,-of New York, in the $103,328 dog skins, $71,a26; bristles, lker county on the third Tuesday in
malaria-breeding moquitos will not print. Mr. IPayne's assumed indigna- i supreme court, for $15(),XX) damages $397,962. county on the second Tuesday in No-
-I. suprrme iiitqi county on the second Tuesday in No-
alight o0i anything while they seek tion is, of course, intetnd4td to impress i for breach of promise, more than a Ex-Attorney General for the Post- vember, at the county site of Levy
: blue. This fact was not known when the President with his sincerity and is year ago. But Senator Clark says le ticfleo Department Tyner is paralyzed county on the fourth Tuesday in No-
the kalki was adopted. aimed only at mntn t hose friendship never proposed to the girl. and probably on his deathbed, so he is vember; at the county site of Alachua
-.. '. the Postmaster General rtgards no from being ade the scapegoat for the legal county on the second Tuesday in De-
The govertimetmt has determined longer of value. rh< iso frlou i division scandals. He was at the head cember.-
upon n irrigation 'project on the Salt Thtgireatest interest Ihas been ereat- wires c pir ioth hands of tihe postfie department ih Gra!s Section 3;-All laws and part of
-'ed I .osto The resiptanc
river in Arizona which will cost $2,sX),- 000...d in \Vashi>rgton by t ports contact with tie wire. nth riuasetan< last administration, lawsin conflict herewith are hereby re-
000 and will, according to thd esti- received from St. Louis regard- is small and e current pases ear pealed, d this act shall take effect
'' tl irrIgato 200,0t) acres of land ig the prominenc and apparent pop- th heart. if the same currot which, Terror has struck the dukes, who immediately upon its passage ad ap-
r seo whlh will nt ularity of ex.Presiden Cleveln passing fromn hand to hand would kill, ow the ground on which London is proval by the Governor.
the.. largest artilleial lake in the who received quite ani ovation. At the were to a from foot to foot only a built, by the growing .entiment in State of Ohio, City of Toledo,i S i
anqut givn by tLlight burn would result. reat ritain in favorof taxing build- LucasCounty.
so ition olHcials to time Wishinigton cor- ---------- ing sites, exclusive of improvements, hFrarklieney makes oath that he .r
--- sitio .ias to Four American gun poitr on th to the full amount of their rental is senior partner of the firm of '.
. The British postoftlee handles but respondents, at wichyourcorrespond- battleship Indlansa r.cetntly mnde a heney& Co., doing business in th
92 pieces of lnail per capita, while those emit was present, Mr. ('levelam made eore of lK. per cent firing 13-inh al City of Toledo, County and Stateafore-
sesaid, and that said firmp will pay One
Unkited- State8 postofflec handles 197 aspeetlh in a strain entirely now to guns at a target 17 by 21 f, at a dis- The English commissioners who re- hundred Dollars faor each and ever
peotepita, and this notwithstanding hilm and which was variously inter- tace o(.60 (a thi ships being cently visited the United States to case of Catarrhat cannot e
the perfeotOn of the British parcels prcted. 'Mlany present lolicv0d it under way antdthen target ,tatiomary. study the condition of labor hev say by the use of Hall's CQtarrh Cure.
post system, which tle express corn- was a bid for newspaper polarity and .-- ------ that gambling among laboring imen iis FRe.XKCaieY.
panlehave' never permitted this gov- comnIented upon the fact that Mr. A nmicroseope whih will -maginify nknowna eopared with the same inirbesenforne, thi tl ubs.ibde
e, inent' to adopt. Cleveland failed to take advantage of 0,i) diameters has Jmt Ii invent- classes of Great Britain,. c bseember, A. da of D
"0"- ..' v what was an auspicious op.iortunity t) ed. Even thIs powerful instruinienti m I W i d of,.O- ,
Imis.r. e-it------------. "W. A.-GA.
Netwithgtanding thIem. existence of a deny his desire for the le,,mocrati. wild fail to discover An atonm of pa- -- --- --
)ate pquantitytof 1o sI, Sted scouri- nomination. Others, howt ver. -re- triotism in th-e protoctitoUit manuifac- . T. ALLE : iD. h otary Publc.
,....ev. :alild a recently arded r C)veland' r'emnarks as turer. OC T A' Catar
easei t-.u.l p-iital attio merely an appeal for friendship with.- -- -. OCUlI. AA A. A ly, and.s acts directed on ierlo n
i0000.' W;hs . S ras o. out any political signifiance whatever Senator ioa nverle n oppor- l tras.a Ml ol erk pi.Jt owes it niad polaited to the ex-Preildent's re- tunilty to fiorlil.hbts popularity with t...........e..timonial.free......., .....F
.- f~.rk. on Dodio .ton Daye which 'wer the newip M APo dentally th o ..y........ ...io. .,ie
,. p t[m~' nrr on Pedifatiote Day, which -were, the newslapa"Wa is.delntawdl7 the ,osu "old by l flrm s, : I 2










LANIEBrTElSUST

HO IT HAPPEKNED

Says He Midingm in Dark
Place When Held Up.

HE BELIEVES MEN ARE WyHITE

Several Parties Knew He Had
IjIwn Money and Papers, and Be-
s That Those' Guilty of Robbing
Were Arbong. the Number.


.8. Lanier, whd resides about
iIles to the northwest of- New-
'.pnd who .was the victim of a
/ighway robbery Monday night
'bout half-way between 'New-
od his home, isil the city at-
court, and to The Sun he has
oe particulars of his misfortune
he0y occurred.
nier states that he is the ad-
tor and guardian of the estate
olt, who met his unfortunate
aut a year ago between the
of some cars in the yards of
1sonville and Southwestern
'Jacksonviile. '
ware that I was coming to
SMonday," said Mr.'Lanier,
also aware that it woupld,be
or me soon to make a re-
ministrator 'of the estate,
an of ,the heirs. Accord-
"nt to Newberry Monday,
Ive been accustomed to keep
,and valuable papers of"; the
,* the. lock and key of a
p. I made no secret of my
l entertained no idea that
,ig any one but my friends;
1 good, honest people.
pwberry on horseback about
When I had reached a
ay between Newberry and
n a dark place in the road,
7denly sprang in front of
Ahad -me covered with pis-
.ould distinguish the glare
-it, nickeled barrels of. the
in the moonlight which
;teween the branches of the
lQuickly as it could be done
*om my horse and grappled
an who attempted to take
feld under my arm. I never
ohe reins. of my horse, and
erce struggle the men finally
the box from my possession.
n told me to move on, and if
oughtt on that road again the
.iht they would 'fix' me.
needed to my home, and the
Ag morning'canmi to (Gainesville,.
have sinec 1 bee.
)Uld see in the dim moonlight
in the tr(e-,s that thlie men had
',(aces, Mr.' Lanier continued,
nIuestioned as to whether or not
4Id identify them, "'but I ami
$sure that they were not negroes,
Ie accent of their speech gave
"l away. I am sure they were
,but who they might have been
e not the slightest idea."
report received from Newberry
erday states that Mr. Lanier, who
'ood contractor, went to Newberry
ure money with which to pay his
i. While on his way home, about
e from Newberry, he was held up
.relieved of his cash, amounting to
The Newberry correspondent
es that Mr. Lanier returned to
berry and notified the authorities,
r which a posse was organized and
t in search of the robbers, but no
e could be found. The Newberry
respondent was evidently misitn-
med, as the story and particulars
re related by Mr. Lanier himself.
NOTICE OF ELECTION FOR TRUSTEES
SFOR SPECIAL, TAX DISTRICTS.
'For the purpose of electlng three () trmrtee,
eretor and determining the rate of rnlllamre
be aeimessed and collected therein for the
aext succeeding two (2) years thereafter.
'lectlons will be held on Tuesdlay. June ie.
190. In the following special taK distrietis, to-
Atredondo-.Inwectors: Geo. SmUrth, D. G.
Haared, W. C. Bevlle, clerk,
BoeacUe- IlMIpeetors: T. J. Perry. J. H. Rol-
'lis. A. T. Kelley. clerk.
LCroiis :,--' pectors: R. H. Joiner, L. 1.'
OmteenJ, 'T. Stokes, clerk.
Arl-ii1lPectors: J. T. Fleming. F. S.
.-Of D, Wonl. clerk.
,(IcPitnoPY-Ir'tors: J. I. Watkinsm, J W.
'ter, IJ. W. Smith; clerk.
Godwt-Inspeetors: J. J. Godwin. J L.
powssetid. MC. Meintosih, clerk.
.sltmwon' -:.s~t.orrs: W.S. Moore. R H,
[itDr~filo~W, T. J. MeRac. clerk.
Atotat--n taectors: W. +. Poie. C. A.
Wi's itceh. eerk.
,LWjIo"l" eotors: L. C. Donee, T K. God-
be, W".. 7.T1~a, Clerk,


te :D. A. r Robert1on. J.
OrJ v tt J. .P ter. clerk.
oob l'e &tOrr: W W. ..lar, M .L
ky.V. dere dlerk.
:,S Ite sC. A. WLrtale t M. Jolly,
Beekw;am 0 D.
C.- c.Coe,. W J.,
.SSA. aauitby. C.
MatuowL W. :


1


misfortune patiently, and was cheerful
to the last.
Deceased was a member of the Pres-
byterian church. anid has been ia faith-
ful and consistent worker. SShe is hereav-
ed by ai husband. Judge .1 C. l(.ryson of
Painter, N. C., who is also an invalid ;
two daughters, Mrs. J. I1. Hol-
lingsworih of Blartow and Mrs. M11 A.
Clontsof this city, and one son, GtIo.
Eugene Bryson ot lavana, Cuba, to
whom the sympathy of The Sun and
other friends is extended.
The funeral will be held at the home
of Rev. M. A. COlonts, North Garden
street, at 2:80 o'clock this afternoon,
Rev. E. P. Crane of the Presbyterian
church officiating-. Whe interment will
be in Evergreen cemetery.
BbNNIE MELROSE.

A Few Items of Ihterest From That
Growing Towri-Personal Notes,
Melrose, May 13.-The clay county
part of Melrose held a sub-district
election Saturday. All votesfwere cast
in faver of it.
Miss Belle CorpeW has opened a
summer school, making a good start
with fourteen scholar.
The long hoped for rain has come at
last and the farmers are greatly re-
lieved, about three inches having
fallen in the past three days.
The "Alert" is now runningagain on
half time, Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays.
W. H. Lee has gone to Savannah
to attend the Baptist convention and
also to visit relatives in Statesburg,
S.C. .
Miss Alice Barnett left for Jackson-
ville yesterday, having accepted a po-
sition with the Bell Telephone Conm-
pany.
The Town Council met in regular
session Friday night, only routine
business beirig transacted.
Newly registered at the Huffman
House are Misses Rose and Margaret
Lynch of Jacksonville.
The "Deostrick Skule."
The Old "Deestrick Skule," which
was given here in March, will be re-
peated at the A uditoriuim Friday
night, May 15. All of the old "skollara"
will take part and a new teacher, Mr.
Chris. Matheson, will see that the
"boys and girls" behave.
Mrs. Aleton McKinstry hasconsented
to take the part of Mrs. Honeysuckle, as
Mrs. Wideman will be kept away by the
illness of her son. As the play was
given in Lent a great many persons
will have an opportunity to see the en-
tertainment who could not attend last
time.
The "Doestrick Skule" has been a
snqeces everywhere it has been repeat-
ed, and Gainesville will be no excep-
tion to the rule. The ladies in charge
are very, enthusiastic over the pros-
pects for a ull house. In Memphis the
"skule" was repeated to an audience
of about two thousand. It was fun to
hear the children laugh. They are
up on geography and grammar and see
the point quicker than the older peo-
ple. .It is hoped that the children will
come Friday night.,.
The admission will be 60 cents for
adults and 25 cents for children.
Scarlet Fever on Shipboard.
N eww York, May 12.-Scarlet fever
han broken out upon the receiving
ship Columbia at the COb dock. New
York navy yard. There are over 1,00
sailors on board. Three of the crew
have been taken down wt.h the dli.
ease within a week. The Columbia
ha- accomiondatlon. for 560 sailor
only. At present they are herded to
gether and, It -i stated, are on the
verge of mutiny.


Was Starved to Death
YoungstWin, 0. May Ia.---ta,.

sicfang called to exam Ua Robet Ro
erta w.ose tremino w e a
a otel a ltbbat. t,


DEATHO,.NSBLO,, M A||IOO

ralysis, After Wbeks of Suftring, ....
After eight weeks pf patient suffet-
ing Mrs. Mary A, Bryson died at. the
home of her daughter,. Mrs. M. Albert
Clout., atl.-40 o'clock Wednesday, of .
pritysis.,
Deceased was a native of North Car-
olina, but has. beonh a resident of Flor-
ida for more than a quarter of g cen-
tury, spending a greater part of the
time in Orlando, Leesburg and Bar-
tow, where she has many friends. She
came to Gainesville about ten weeks
ago from Bartow with the hope that
the change would prove beneficial to
her, but notwithstanding the tender)
care to which she was subjected the
lady passed into relief. Shlie bore her


1,000 CASH PRIZES!


1st Prize, $10,000.


2nd Prize, $3.000.


3rd Prize. $1.000


Sp caEachlfor EARLY

20 Special Prizes of $1000 ESTIMATES

]Every stubsetiber to THE TIVIE-,A-WEEK SUN will have an opportunity to s1r.1 iln thes- mOiii l pn,',-,s if h,'
wishes to participate in the tira l-ducational contestt in which these pri/e,,sre k. ,n.
The subject matter of this Great Conitest is the total vote east for Governor in the Stat.: of lito. Ma...iiouOs,'t s
and Iowa, on the 3d day of Novmnber, 1103.
Every person interested in the seimnce of Govetrnment should be interested inl ti.e elect ion of these t hrete Sttes, .as
much valuable information can be gained by a study of the political eotditions involved in 1thest~ elect ions,

CONDITIONS OF THIS GREAT CONTEST.
Very subscriber who remits ONE DOLLAI, the regular subscription price for n year's sulbsoiilion to T1lE
TWICE-A-WEEK SUN, will receive a certificate that will secure for him any prize which his estimLates entitlo hin to
claim.
When you send in your subscription, also send your ostimat0s of the total vote for (ovternor in tlh. three Stats.,
Write your name, address and estimate in the Subscription Blank bolow and mail it to THIE SUN, ahtille, 'FPla.
The contest will close at midnight. Nbv. 2, 1903, awl no estimate received after that hour will be allowed. The
official certificates of the Secretaries of ihe throe States, showing the total vote for Govertmor, will determ.lint. ,re
entitled to the prizes, and the awards will be made by a disinterested Committee of proinihent judges, Just as .. a
the official figures can be obtained.


Here Is the List of Prizes.


.10.000
I ,

100
IO
1-80
270
4,Paid2


Paid-


To the nearest correct estimator .... .. ..
To the second nearest orret estimator .....
To the third nearest correct estimator...........
To the fourth nearest correct estimator .......
To the fifth nearest correct estimator .........
To the sixth nearest correct minmatLor ...........
To the seventh nearest correct estimator..... .,.
To the eighth nearest correct eat imator ........
To the next 12 nearest correct estimators, $15 each
To the next 27 nearest correct estimators, $10 eahlt
To the next 9833 nearest correct estimators, $5 each
980 prizes amounting to .. ...

The Following Special Prizes Will Also Be


For the nearest correct estimate received before
Dee. 15. 1.902 ... .... ., .. .......... ,
For the nearest correct estimate received ionor af-
ter Dec. 15, and before Jan. 1, 190W t ..... ...... I,1 x)
For the nearest correct estimate received on or af-
ter Jan 1, and before .Tan. i15 ............. 1, I( )
For thie nearest correc. estimate received on or af-
ter Jan. 15, aud before Feb. I ... ........ 'I, o)
For the nearest correct esttimfat e r, ciived ter Feb. 1, and before Feb. 1) ....... ..... I ,t0)
For the nearest correct. estimate r, eived oh or af-
ter Feb. 15, and before March I ........... I..o)
For the nearest correct estimate received on or it'-
ter March 1, arid before MarIh I) ......... 1 ,04X)
For the nearest correct estimate received on or t f-
ter March 15, and defore April 1 .... l,0
For the nearest correct estimate receivc'I on or af-
ter April 1, and before April 15.... ........ 1 .(AX
For the nearest correct estimate receiv(,il 'on ii r af-
after April 15, and before May I .... ..... I .I)X)
For the nearest correct estimate received on or af-
ter May 1, and before May 1. .... ...... ,0I (XN)
For the nearest correct oetimmato. received on or atf-


tore May S, aind before Jiue 1 ....... ............ 1,00
For the nearest correct ostiLinte received o1 or af-
ter June 1, and before mune 1.... .... l "1,000
For the nearest, edrroot estimate reoilved on or af-
ter Juno 15i and bo rers July 1.. .. ........ 1,0(-)
For the nwartost correct estidm-o rceeivvd on u a!f-
ter July 1, and befo~ July 15 ..I...... .. -
For the nearest correct estimate reeoived on or afn
tor July 15, and before Aug. I .. .............. . 1,000
For the nearest correct yatilnato received on or af- %
ter Aug. 1, and before Aug. 15 ... .. 1,000
For the nearest correct eatlimate received on or af-
ter Aug. 15, and before Sept. I .......... .... ,00
For the nearoet corroot estlinto received on or af-
ter Sept. 1, atid before Sept. 15...... .. .... 1,0(X
For the neAerest correct estimate received on or af-
ter sept. 1,. and bofore (Oct. 1................... 0
Total 1 ,00) prizes, amounting to ......... $40,0tX)
In casef of a tie or that. two or more estimators are
,'iqually correct, prizeta will be divided equally between

VALUABLE INFORMATION.
To aid in forming yenr en mate we furnish the o fihial
fi girri's. -showingg (ilie vt,)o for (Governitor ii each of theuo
S.nitt' fo'r hJtia. pt I. 14m years, as well its to give t.,o total
vote for the three Statte e ombintedl. Tli' total vvoo for
t.i three States is fomid In tlo. riglft-hilud column t :t
VY i'r 0hi14. 'mSltm. toiW t. Totmtl.
I Sill . 7 r1),l. l t 321 ,t 0 4 ),21, 2 1,.5117,491
Isit8 sll,' :;115,012 41 A,l 8 7 ,(10.,470
I Slit, 837 ,101$ .. :l ;H,1 21 40) ,4 1 .1,0(,02
I 17 ...... 5,1.1H 2(l,716 438,292 1,563,078
1 j'.0l ........ )j 1 5 200, 1 (t 481 ,31. 1 ,(H64 ,676
SIl)l ..... 827,500t :1.1'520 890,489 1,442,581


Whit w ill be Lho total vote for governor r in
States combined on the l ld day of November,
tire it out and menId (In your estimates, It
$1(),(X~t in Ctcash to you.


these three
llay? uFig-
may mean


CERTIFICATE OF BANK PRESIDENT.
I hereby certify that the Press Publishing Aasooiatkion has dolposited $40(),1) in lihe Central Savinga Bank Detrolt,
Michigan. for the express purpose of paying the prizes to those niaking the nearest corr'e. estimates of the +otal Ag-
gregate Vote cast for the office of Govornor in the States of Ohio, Massa hsomtt .e a(nd Iowa, .oO she ,Jd day of November,
1908, and that this, fund can be used for no other purpose.


REMEMBER that the CAPITAL PRIZE is $10,000; and that
EARLY ESTIMAT ES.


The STANDARD

GUARANTEE and TRUST

COMPANY

Will stop yoor rent and buy
'you a home. For information
call on


:EOi ..


president,
(.ontral HavingsHBank


there are 20 SPECIAL PRIZES of *1,000 each for


Send All Orders to THE SUN, Gatnesvilleo Fla.


". " .... -+ .. .*' ; ., . . .tio ".- '" ', 'f .', .; .++,,.:sO -
S44 $.$. r. k r u o... 1





reev ovablet~ais. t I fco 3< to making ca(ooUmAoes on all
seqM~rbie ott laf to* 'rUf*tti .tstea ;". /..- *',.:* :/';yU^
K .....'..1*..1..- ; .1 :' '** -:***. ~ \ _______ '" *'""**. ^ j~ e i;


Subscription Blank.

Inclosed find $.........to apply on Subscriptioni Account
N a m e . . . . . ... .. .. . . . . . . .. . .. . . .

P oato fic e . ... ..................... .. ....

ta te, . .. .. . .. . . .
.
My 'tltinmates of Vote for Lhoveriior in thu 3 Stati' m {T4






N i


Blank for Estimates Without Subscription,
(Estimates IS Cents Each.)


N Ia dl . . . . . ..... .. . . .. .

St itK. ..a f ., I '. 3 S .
My ':t irnateH of vote for (Governor in the 8 Statos are


- .. '; ':;-:--'-~--c*-- ---.Li*"HLC~~C"~I^"~:~c~"^l"r~t~,"~ZT~~


_ .


....... 1


+


llr 1' ~ r ~ ";


--~ ---I-, --------rr--- -- 7- -;-~- ~---


_ ~__~___ ____


I~


- ... ---- --- I ------;^1 -'~---


I


- I ;--- -- ----


$40,000....11


r: MAY 14I, T .



IT PROFIT SHARING CONTESTi


).4










COUGH PY OF THE BILL. ,NOTICE OF APPLICAIO FOR'
,L LETTE ItRS PATENT.. S MMER ERT
S CO UNDRUM any : Ar Desirous of Information otie i hereby lven that on the th d of
lfthM W e e R 'ieIativ e to N,;ew-:.-^ .. C CJune. A. D.l the undersianl ed-will apIVlyto .4*%
4- y o t W elative t6 New C-ircui. His Excellenly. Honorable Whittan S. Jen.
hi b as mt last been $-he is a tcooh m A a gr miy oour readers are ileiers. vtent onr the charter proposeila.com- NORMA, J'NTITU fr e t
tbee Whn prs omsente d in the gnorant as to the bill recently passed panyin t tisnte. ', n. K Ca. Mudforthe r
o t'rqn by Senator than cough? by the Legislature re-districting the w ,talu,, mnerterm, aad:continuctwel.
Tlw ia e ill provide' that When it's a settled cold. State an reatig the new Eighth dis- . Full normal and coiiea w
i th terl Iprove- an n ic lcaouny is a part, red For particulars f.add rees
02 -hi tneri-of10ic roe, a yoard th x we her eith produce the bill as a mat- ....
al|y0u ,n o, gh ... . ..': -. i , -P r,
I;.lestd 0fState ifo, s., This, all u ca" Yo. C m ix- -e Iof g eralixform nation to the pub- t4n)e, ,,,,.,,=,s the ,rj'fiui emr o(,. .
I O d osred tiadopt, create, tures on t cure it because lie: the su t utee i ,riu e t1 e SPCIAL TAX DISTICT PTITIO
t ,tAb)1t lehid bu a the are merely for a cough "A Ac4 t6o Dividel th State of Florida T. cehy.,i. 0 ,,m : To te oara or Public .Inotrte1aor KA i y T
t paed niaeadainized roads an thiisi Something riore It% n itogt Judicial Oireits, and for rate and s,,... t' fim fdiW i' p- e. the.tidrsltgicda vOters amd. taxay
ther hard turfets tat roads ,-; Scott's Emulsion: cires the the Appointment, of: Judges and i,.ttl" ; \l~rPi' .1i0. Ta o heh, i ,ha tr e in ttar ti t fldhe'soua e Corerd s f.
ti el ig the 'pr n ipal cities of .the State Attorneys Therefor. state ao llria rl i'etne pnteit tioni Townsllp,0o. southi orf lit e V(, (
west, th.nd oth. cough because it cures ,the ,Be t Enacted by the egilatLr of T ae coLne of a.,, o ,i ence 'a:.,. tor' .'t'wn so ofn
The Stite Treasurer shal keep an omething more. It heals. the' Stat .of ti.ri-. r thin al lyM l a t ee noth to, tsothe
. .....d~ .h o Tha shal tOl:o p y, naal. ta1 i ( ly omLn itd' ,u aIr or Sa'. o e t tl0. 'Tkewnu)ship 9.'outh e oq t nt g
a o#tloftfun designtitedd "State and 'nd repairs the inflamed "'ecion ,. That there Oshall le on1e1 i,, ..' h. :s ...e..,,. ,-:,': i, d.,,e west a tne hialt-ullelo.po5,o
"' 1. lti d8$11 l'lU l' 'e ic t e' t t l, All 1 lltl SI ) LIt liln e of Section2 ToWnshipO, sout
oatnd. tissues where the cold has circuits i and for th a, s ,.. :ie ,. eat: thence noeth tO the ha
'I fd will r7c0Cve frot' taken root and prevents its ,ate of ~lorda, aid, there shall be Sal,,,:l,,l) :.,, ,,. al. .. .. e of ene eso.
th i4 f lowi-ng sources: AllI money ys now eigltt Circuit jdgeO and eight State se ,ilO.. ini I w') i> ,,rl fnl'; soi,.it,-i "olir of rSejtoln 84,n 'r-ow)shipox of
in the Interal mproveeiI Fund, tl coming back. attorneys, who shall 6be appointed -by t ,il nn llt,, ,,,i (:. v 1 1. ''if- I i'st -', t l Stionh
iands grantdW to the State, known as We'll sendyou a sample free upon request. -the Gbvernor Ind onfified by thd i rno-, viatl( (*.I r 1vv l'I r of ee 2
Swamp: ad. vertlowed land, except SCOTT & OWNE, 409 Pearl Street, New York. Senate, nd who shall hold their office 1 ter; tl opu;ttiiou < oni:"i-rl.':ilnll. stl lialre 20. castf: thence south. ti
t eirn t. or Oke chobe for thte *term provided by the constit u- is the south line of Seeton
dislrLot,. reserved for drainage lnr- ,which sich li',enscd expr0 company tion; provided that the seven circuit il 'od. res nd xmcra la of ilt ni '"110 the tothw t corner ofTonsbip,
11 906 p s a or sn1' p'adlr o a sn All Itlnd.a. afcl gsenernlh lto ll il tiln 's 'oaath s i al tf nlfe 2>. "tIst.l the oe south on, the ..I
I eare se is doing butiniess The hlill also pro- judges and State attorneys holding of- Sairyir and oper for the oearrhyng onl af Alit ra i.ll" to the 10eint oo berlnnlaw. olo 'ost-i
ad by the State n criminal prosecu. vides that ai additional license tax flee at the time of this division shall toa l"ss .il the ri ne'lt t. t'ees iUd al : 11eection tour hone le i n o
ons, all revenue derived by the State my be assssed y town and cities continue to exercise jurisdiction over mmunn llen to d i tie le teri ied bove hs b
S* l s p -- lawl~or this-State, to it (o!arltt)ll taf Sne!h special l tax sehool.(distriot for the purposeo0
Sthe mpoin of licenses per- as follow cii wih ,000in- their existing circuits as constituted at character. il ndicolletine aiustrictsehoolt or
'Vile 'ie u t of the 'nitll 1 t 'ts e use of ,ubli fre' ()oIoo l. t
' mitting 6itnon-resideints to hinpt in the laitants o r more. not execeding $30; the tine of this division,' until the b u'o aur thd ls l at ha ll r to
State, the residue of the money re- 10,000 to 15.000, not exceeding $25 judge and State attorney of the addi- e divided" into two hullrdietl nlo roialv i',l wie trter aertitiol that th present trustees
61 dre8, at a par vnltle of oSae halnthe Indaa' aaa i lil( isti-iet 'io. 'y, bh nlm ina te '
ceved by the State in the Indian war 5,000 to i1,0(0 p1,ul0tl,, $20; les' tonal circuit shall have been 1uali- ( 0 each. Th'at ten per cent ,ia h.e '. ai- srinoed 'te 'i, 'ht e nominated for
O!in, after payment of all appropria- .thi. fled0populio, .. feu "o at been id in, andd anhe riuinder nites of tie I)1,roeos strictt" "r '
( I p subject to.vau1 or the oioarid of Dr eeturs 01 .eH~etfuY ibtate,' .o
tons therefrom, all moneys received Mr. Ilver' bill (designating tthe time "The circuit judges and State attor- tisofrthraon sht twit aaol A,. kesA i .
-'" 'ia)urth-'l'hts eorliaration shall axiI.,, a ____ __
from the government in aid of good for holdi)ig court in t0l1 Elighth judi- neyds holding offices at the time of this period of twenty (2u) year. M,, a
road construction ; also voluntary eial'circuit wiea patssd and ce contributions; the enaiatte. office until the expiration of their ex- a i Directorss, wi oe e ta '. il. M ver..
r " he b1ill also provides that Stato con- isting terms of office as judges and provided that the offices of Secretunrv uia' N, s.M iversl
vie'll after the expiration of present THE BAND WILL-PROSPER. State attorneys of the circuits respec Treasurer may be held by one and the sile fellow.w, .. D .T ,
l. .e. shall be employed in building ively ti whigh, under this division, the Sixth--The officers shall be elected ae a F i, r H.. Mtuon .
Meeting of That Oranization Was meeting tote held on the first Monday in. ina- 1.' Jat' lso It. i. Broome
Sateoads. ti aton county of their residence may be in- uary or each year. and until the, election is t W. Dtenson,
S "Other new bills introduced include Held Monday Evening. eluded; arid a judge and a State a he names of he olcers -shalt a beutsot
t e following: It is an absolute certainty that with- torney for thieidditi6oal l ircuit .,hall J-. 'ely PreaSidet. ry -. 'olsont "
By Senator Carson--To provide for in the itextfew wel t i investigation of disease mog b sporting on0' of the best amiteur the unexpired term of the ot her 1orstll Ille,.
Ime stimal,. bands .in the State, The boys have circuit.judge, upon this diisiQnbein l andAD d t their la N carte,.
y,' ator imiak--To repeal law gone to the matter properly, and are made, when the circuit court of t1Fs Seventh- -'T:ahilbest amount of indebted- v ti' a 'e '
e,:ithg county cotiit and one to e sure to,-rkeive the support of our cit- additional, circuit hall h d- antabiltto w the corportnratints S W o,
ta ht asosh aoomial court o. record; al- en. .1 tsorA over all dircui,t court cases then tto ari .and residence. of ".b- A. ,IM.'or' .I. 's *us
: toi' regulate th-o taking of fslat i St. k meeting of the now members of pondiiigin the various counties corn- seribers: anee s. erchani
u B.. y 8e tot k '. ~.-Xatai'i t lth ike-t Bl*oaitei ittorer MKnday' evening when civil or eriinal case, -pleading or in-- A. T Kelle. Iochelle, Florida. i
of County Commissioners of the wel-rare of the band was discuss- ditaent iall abate, be quashed, dis- G. H. Kelley. Windsor. Florida. J.M. Entil. l Perry
I.county to transfer balance in ed. There was a great deal of enthu- missed or defeated in any of the cir- Niath-Thesubsaribln incorporatos, towit: j M' n Sw haw,
\ d forfeiture fund to roads aand siaanm manifested and those present cult'sby reason of this change in cir- Keiley A. W. McDonald. A. T. Kelley on,- L.. an a .in"
'. account. agreed to enter the work with a will cuts or- divisions 'of the State into have subscribed for the folio-wing amount of bertsi L gLynh.', 'a r
or consideration Of bills on third which means nothing but success. eight judicial circuits; but all cases J. L Ketley : 90h are.ws, F. M'*Atru inr B
...L ,e tey. 91) shitres- J. ood t',in. l na Haile
A. W. McDoniald 40 shares. A X. .Garpente', J. F. Bunch,
S, Senator Butler's bill reqUlr- J. K. Abramin, one of the most corn- now pending in any of the herein s- ^Keley, shares. W. CW er, .1. I. Kele
Governor to appoint a State au-. petent musicians in the-State, has ne- tablished may be maintained and J.B. McDonald, 40 shares. 0- IA ShaLr. B. It S olsoI,,
S sistnt ws -court (. Ift Kelle 16 shleA,. -H. w. De huii jG. C. 1Thomi B
Snd assistant was reached. Sen- opted the positIon of leader,' and prosecuted in the ircluit court in such L. B. McDonald, 40 shares. Hw Denhim- o
tier made a clear and forceful says that he will have the boys in po- circuit where same are pending The total aount of stock so ex- R xl. J L. eb
hlon of the bill, after whh it ptriv 1 pul oerg aot t "Section 2.-That the First judicial thorized under this barterr. F.H. Vien es.
; .oh l to 1. than r September 1. Considering that o o Tenth-The subscriptions to capital stock In 11a01h1ens' I ton, R lnr.
dby a vote of 19 to 11. the greatimajority of the inembers are circuit shall be composed of the.eoun- said corporation shall be paid in I awful money M'rilek. homasl
S enator MoOaskill's bill giving coun- "green," this time will be considered ties of Santa Rosa, )aoambia, Walton, o te ted tates. except where te sub- ltoux. .. Troome.
-y $udge scriber desires to pay the same in iromlerty, j. Strobh r N V. Ma)liur
l ty Judges power to hold inquests was remarkably short. Holmes and Jackson. labor or service, and in such event the same Henr.' ltamrev o. N. aiey.
shall be fixed at, a just valuation by the Bl3oard n, A. Munnilg.
ias, 0 slBed. WILL HOLD A BANQUET. "Section 3.-That the Second judi- of Directors of said corporation, at a meeting . Mi ^- .1. Hi .niar
a' Senator Brown's bill, to amend see- -- cial circuit shall be composed of the called for such purpose. L. i" M'(i'll I X. u''rt n
tion 9 of an act to require railroad Members of Hermean and Periclean counties of Liberty, Calhoun, Frank- COUNTY AI.AtitA. ms T
"companies to fenoe their tracks, re- Societies Expect Big Time. lin, Gadsden, Jefferson, Wakulla and Ateor.e oa l rsA. K)elley J- [l. ieile. T
I Ioevod favorable coislideration. Tlhe The members of the Hermean ntid l i Aon. G. H: Kelley land L. f. MeDonald; .each f In ,he ircumiit -coun,. l-lifti luaid o.al
bill seeks to provide for a substantial Perilean Societies of East Florida ''Section -1.-That the Third judicial that tiey each drly signod the foaregoin prl "Alnuehun County, I'l)rid in Chan
fenoe. The vote was-yeas 24, nays 5. Seminary exitpt a big tiinm Friday circuit shall le composed of the couin- roses there in co nne and e us Iiun ian vs. H. aoland. divorce.
The necessary legislation providing evening, when they will entertain ties of Madison, Taylor, Lafayette, J. L. K.I.V. il e rin ibl ii-t aIed to
for the times of holding court and the themselves and friends in a grand ban- lamilton, Suwannee and Cohmbia. T.i, r. oland ti he etent trin a
; drawing of jurors in the new Eighth quet at he barracks of the school, "Section 5.-That the Fourth judicial H ^ A0Kelle', t absen tfr.lhis residence iore
S judiioal circuit, which passed the Tlhe spetakers ont this occasion will bt circuit shall be composed of the coun- t'Mctksn.o- sworn to and sribed et[ ads et e hin order at'Of ublos
l House this morning, were passed in many, including not onlly the members ties of Nassau, Duval, Clay and St. da' or Aptl tAU. u. bet ore mtd hisnth n hin. I !d is)ver the it
the Senate, and will become laws in of the societies, but of the college, and Johns. As to the signatures of J. 1eliey. A.'. twenty-one ysar.s it I tleore ordered-.
time for the holding of court this a "great big time" is anticipated in "Sectiorn 6.-That the Fifth judicial u. H. Keiley, by required to ilipan'ar tao the bill of corl
1BANiy R. C(orON l. filed in said 'au'ni.t ,n or before Monday
week. every way. circuit shall be composed of the coun- Notary Public state of Florida at Large. ist day or June. A l1ma3. OthIerwise ti tH
,: The Senate has passed the House The members of both societies are ties of Marion, Citrus, Hernando, Sum- As to the nature f A. w. tultet or saltd1 wil, be taken as confe
bill to prohibit the sale of cocaine or working earnestly for thi success of ter and Lake. Notary Public for the State o( Arkansas. 'My It is further ,.d'red.l that this order be-
S il o proibi t sthe function, an they will no doubt commission expires August 23a. tiK. lashed once a ..a- a far faoaur consecutive w
its salt be well repaid for their efforts. "Section 7.-That the Sixth judicial, c. cj. 'HoMas, Attorney for incorporators. in thie iatiivii.,. ul a newspaper public
" Also a bill to compile a history of ....-_-L. .. circuit shall be composed of the coun- LIST OF INSPEC'TORS AND CLERKS FOR n eth t April I.tate"
S the soldiers of Florida serving in thet ties of DeSoto, Polk, Manatee, Pasco, JUNE 20 ELECTION. tl (' ),1"IN, lerk Ctroult Court.,
Indian, Mexioan and war between tlhe 1). FEINNt' Hillsboro, Lee and Monroe. Waldo. No. I1-T K. Godby. S. A Edmond. A ti-rue oa af aat ,ial EWie)esC.Do ur
States. 37fa7 "Sectionri 8.-That the Seventh judi- t.N c. Pettit. inspectors, T. Weeks, H.c. v, i', .er.
ScIn the House . cinl circuit shall be composed of the aClon, tnsetor. a2-- J.H. ason P ox. F'. H MASN. sa'itar for Copluainant,
New bills wtre introduced inl the | | 1 uu counties of Volusia, Brevard, orange, Alnehua. Nt. 3--E. l. Bnall. T,.H Oato. J. XV NOTl'lE .) I'aIII PULAION('A'-'N
1-loHse as follows A Dell. Inspectors: Wrm. M. Thomas. clerk. i,.ri-i 'iliaSrI.e'i H
:. 1-tSO as fOlOWS, Dade and Osceola. Wulefordl, No. 4 R.F. Thomas, J. 1. Osteen. Allr ! S By Mr. F1 eagle of ( ,a)l a -iTno-To "*,Sectio .-T''hat the Eighth judicial E. XV. Thonoas. nI itors J. L. Si teu atll Naice is herita a-b hith.'t I''fallow'tin-.
lltam liid section 2 t an act, l rolatitg to)PV circuit shall be composed of the coun- J. Mathewt.Nso. n5peTt.r ii. ri. nmSind whterer, rds'la f t ,it, tr his lalnitentio'n
*.':..i"::-,: the municipal charter of l.ake (City. Ulties of Alachua, Bradford, Levy, Put rne. White. itstorn ). .Rind r .h.. ... .. I


3By Mr. King of Dade--- o repeal of Knat and Baker. clerk. on ,j- .I.. o.- al, I ."i at ;ainiesv-ille, lt.
SAll diseases of Kidneye, hhall tainesville No 7 i K. .iordn. L. C, hh 1 Jaina*'.'* 'B
chapter 4.g I ws (itf Florida, organ- Badder, Urinary Orgr or tS. S section .-dhatey this act na l eeler. inssetort s E. A. Jetrards. cl.erk. fi iA .u I A.i l ii-t s1t l Ie
ithig a coint curt int hi1al com tt y Also Rhoumatism BRt 1 k take effect immediately upon its lpsa- Hawthor. No. -.E. John.son e Ml- I.' '. a
St a c ,Rche.HoartDlsease.lthavel, age and approval by the governor. toShi. IV ailts, inspectors; I. H. Stritrfel- is. '1's.- 1- i. S :
al. a o ,stal t iish i a triinii:til court of Dropsy, Female Troubloas. 'V U"'Approved Ma th,1 3 li e. No. v.. I wi,, ,,., .iss to Ir
..... i approvede d 'May 7th, 1W h ijild G'lrove. 14. ft W. B. Ro.s'
Record in Dai-de w outity. -nu V H k r n J Si'a i ,ti. i i n a. cultl a Ct, rBecr Mir \'\lltut t 'tutitDon't becomP dlacouraged. There is a MEETING BAR ASSOCIATION- . ek likr l ar or ll a aakH. 'i "a ; aCr
I q By M r. \ells o(i Hillsboro-''o Oture for you. i f I ta a i Iolt i t-iat. a Mlc.auoi',). 1a A. It, Chitty. I t. Finer. -a I., .- a. XX Iggins -
to 1udle hat's s ltt a lt i t tit hf ,I I lul, ittrt t .u.on. C. N. Merry. Iaeiaectorua. J X.. %,Snithi. l'iait- It '
as.. ameid etiot 8. relative t"o tae ,:a t. ; ', .-a re o Adopted Resolution Asking That Time clerk. N M rry eors J w ', N'if'is'
practice of piharmay in tlhe sale orf *.,Dr. F ,ta i.i 5 11, ....ii n ,,t..d lla 'l ,h, ( ,. fH I be n d Archer. No. C.D. D Wood. v Itrdlea v, ets
unward. laliSa110'Id raI'Va tl; it-1,141ey discaat f Ar Ia A rrtedondto M 1 i-able. J.I De lle I N II ],
t poiso s in taoWt aS tof :I.00e po|euli'un a d t l,.u .o ,y I of H, .... I .T r h t o J w(ei K -.^ S Nrric.}] i
u pward, and i" l, 'd d ti wl, t 1t pItIOuMd. I w A.n important meeting of e M.L. Ia scy.linspectors. T.T ior. clerk t oi.a.n t-hif -
By. Mr.St.lair-Abratns of lake- NaIlN, ov ,"ac. ta.".. -. isvilj "ar Association was held rno s. N. 1- Wt i. .,a
To prescribe limitlitions of lie)s of Dria.lts, ..a A A .or(',~..a o ..i. I Free. Mo day. The zneoting was presided clerk. ia t.a', a 'a a' c eae4 ,l
i'.O u r0 1 -. Fot, '"..I "-1 .t tc llua u ty
Y.. F.. Melr(mo. No. l l'1" -IT Gtt trisohozrve -
Sjudgments. ST. IT US'ANCr r l, i >, over by the president, S. Y. Finley, HA. s.lhike. lnstleotoars: A A M 'l- leri.
| By. Mr. Hopikintg of Leron-To in-0i ____. _ .N_ __ alld there was at large membership rep- baendo r. P In I. i es I'
crease ainddin the dutis of Statt's tr rented. ai v. I tn. iectors o ia lin a I I N%- -
eth" *. :attorneys 8. .f -- The meeting was honored by the ,aensn.:w. : Avnt, insictors. .. e. nP,< I.,,.. ,,.,,. t a
By Mr. Baon of TylorTo presenceof B. P.Caho of Palatkaesence of .. .. Calhounn of Palatka, ton. clerk
By .Mr. Battoi of Taylor-'oo A pr s fiW,, -No. i1-'A. Hague. t .t a.naitrlltor I
aed atpr bing t o and all Skin Diseases cured by oelo. o A. (steep. Wiley f ulian r '. .lll cou!tyr
sation"of witnesses ut ertniui s, the newly-atppointed forat- the i%' W. -Holt. clerk. t i"iat uo- 1i .... MAI N% ,
action f witsses in erti c es an ll eases cred by torny for the Eighth judicial circuit. F. P.olk. uspeor W. Video> <,k I aid .. '-ll tiscar
y Mi.t -Walof nthnt' otinea h rpose of the -meetingEas for OrAg.
B0 Mr. Wall of .Put'tn-To a nondtAh f tree. Luclt Hall. CP- F Diaughtrte yllla r.n.-. ,,a i *'X.:Li.
Section 7 of chapter 6014, to regulate the passage of a resolution the $Sen- W% y. toualre. clerk. : owe. -
tB olin ofAriar toad r High Springs. No. 0"-Itamotin F:ivtcli. it -
the holding of priniary elections. The most healing salve in the world. ator and Representat've fron;m t ieier. t Atwater. n : ... 1
).By Dr. Sprague Of Put'uan-To county requesting that they introduce tals No. ,H Slaulter. A smnN
le Bi Dr. therague uttat taken bo the btwTown r "d* "olh To St." a id work for the palsage of a bill pro- j. L.Wvtetn..in-t ecors: W. T EI -ttt.i ,.ar tra 'r '" .' -il),i atter
Council of Oresent City itn Mthrche, e sema brode ofut on my bTer a, e hidingg that the terms of the court i- sen. T. .. ..s.er. to ... t. "-la -t
0': ntr bd Um' .9 011, a ti our fAtialy A hua county should be held in -clerk. I ,r l I
By Mr. Tramtmoll of Polk-To re- e sund aitcing April and November of each year, in- .rite to MRS. A ( '1 o
qutir and place allcenle tax to be paid WO gone tead of May and December as hereto- WENDTeare of Edgar-
M904...him said, 'Stick'to It for' a fore.
by expresa companies, iand providing moe otannythi hav d efor his .CO.,Jkonvile, Fla.. for, circular o ,, '
'diirbution. It requires a State AANT D. deeribing the VICTORIA PROTET .
;1liis "X of $18,00(1,. one-half to be OR, r eI Md wait meure. .
:..paldi oth" unties ofthe State in S by W.. Wallace's Drug tteh "Stoeim 'state... in G ,r 0o, r
8-"4 "- W "-of- .. V. W a* -. "u ,-. Is. U1 Jt

-- -- ~AlI
.1~ a - - -- IN - - -.l. --- - aA


















































































































..WA.O -Wcr- lt - - - - .


TIlE


...* . :< Y : ,


:~;:: :-i~-:~~;:1~


FIRMANY ARE

RIE HOMELESS'

of Houses Burned


[,FINANCIALLY, 'S $500,000 b
aLosa Believed To Be About One- t
",I^ f Covered by Insurance-On'Ac,
aB of Accident to Water Pipes,
['Im'es Gained Headway. i
',tawa. Out., May 12.-About 250
luses destroyed, probably 2,,(00 peo- 1
I'e'homeless and a financial loss of
t 7lly $6000,00, is the result of a coafla-
rt1 Un whieh yesterday destroyed the
area between Ottawa and plery Foun. I
try track "on the (east. Albhrt on the i1
frth and the tracks of (!., (znaudian .
Iacilflc PFescott line and Third avenue
on the west.,
The money lno's is ab.)u.t one-half t
covered by inpuira 5 ,.,,. t
W hile it was g1,nr:'ally 1,olievl d last
tlght that an incll lndliry haitl started
tho fire, (doults, we,..,. thrl wn u111n this
theory tolay. It \was said today that
tho blaz(o was siten in the grass before
it seized the lunit:r. Thiro wits from,
ten million to lift(crn rnll!ion feet of
lumber burned. The buildings de-.
stroyed were dwelling hloues and
stores. No lives ar-, known to have
been lost. While the buildings were
-ll pretty well insured, sonoe tenants
'"had nothing on their furniture. A'
great many of these, however, suc-
,.ceeded in saving their effects.
Through an accident to the water
Snipes it was nearly an hour after 'the
Sire was discovered until water w&wa
th, thrownwn itpon the flames, and in that
e..time the had 'made great headway.
Assistance arrived from Montreal,
but it wan not 'efluired. The military
was called out to aid the civil power
in combatting the flrp, ,

SHIP AFIRE IN MIDOCEAN.
Heroic Action of Captal.n and .Crew
Saved Many Lives.
Chicago, May 12.-A dis.pa.i to The
Tribune, from Philadelphia, says:
The American line steamship Fries-
land, which came Into port ,yesterday
From Liverpool with 114 cabin and 638
steerage passengers, was in grave dan-
ger of destruction by lire during the
voyage.
From one of the passengers It was
\learned that on the fourth day out,
Captain Apfield was at breakfast with
the passengers when news that the
slhip. was afire was taken to him by
-the second officer. ixctuslng himself
so as not to alarin the passengers,
the captain mounted to the upper
de 'h, where smoke was pouring from
the hatch in dense volumes.
S With aa order to have the pumps
manned, Captain Apfleld socn had men
engaged in hoisting out bales of cotton
; and barrels of resin, parafmne and' wax.
Captain Apfleld, with the cry "Come
SOn, men; there's work to be done!" I
Seized a rope and swung himself into
the hold, although several had been
Nearly suffocated on the first attempt.
In the course of an hour's time the
fire had been conquered. Near the
lace where the fire originated were
rels of oil. Had they Ignited,
ohIng epuld have saved th ship.
SIn their fight Captain Apfeld's and
t he men's faces, arms and limbs were
:Allstered- To show their apprecia.-
tion of the fearlessness of the men
F in charge of the ship, the passengers
Sdrew up a set of com-pllmentary reso-
lutlons and' presented them to the I


captain.
Iron Furnace Collapses.
Bessemer, Ala., May 12.-Furnace
ao. 2, belonging to the Tennessee Coal
d Iron company, collapsed Sunday
morning, working that furnace and
stroyiing the dust pit and a section
the casting house. The damage
U estimated at about $10,000. The
apse was caused by the weakness
Ite fire brick,' which lined the
te and had recently been burned
ar the top.
1 Drowned While Boating.
&j1aIty, Moy, May 1.2.-Alfred
or, aged 24 years, and Mrs. P. E.
ey, aged 31, were drowned in the
river, off Amoursdalie, lan., near
"last night while boating. Mrs.
y came here from Coffeyville,
'ith her husband, who is a rail-


Poe's Story of the ,Black Cat" Dupil-
cted In. Real Life.
N'ew York, May 12.-A atoriemason
wa at work on an o' wallt in the
center of the town when a. carriage
swiftly drove up "to hip, two marked
m:en jumped out, threw abiag over
bis head, bundled him into the ewr-
rlage and sped away, aa.y a da-
patch from Baku, to The Herald.
After an hour's drive the mason' was
told to alight, the sack was taken
from hi head and he, found himself
In an obd-fashiohed courtyard. He was
pushed through ,a door into a corridor
and in an empty room he noticed an
opening in a stone wall in which was
wedged a womami trembling and with
a terrified f&ce.
The men who had brought thor ma-
son pointed revolvers at his breast
and ordered him to wall up the open-
ing with the woman behind it. threat-
ening to shoot him dead If he refused.
Stones, mortar and trowels were in
the room. He was told that the wo-
man was a Mahometan who had in-
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
carlag 'had disappeared. He went.
immediately to the police and told his
story, but although the police are
ransecklng the houses in the Mohame--
tan quarter, they can find no,.trace of
the locality of this horrible oc ime.
ATTACKED BY FIElRCE DOGS.
.Syracuse, N..Y., Woman Has Fearful
Experlenoe-'qScarpred 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 eight .
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 theTr teeth, disfiguring her
face and arms 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 is torn
away, her left arm is torn and man-
gled, and her right arm almost com-
pletely covered with prints of the
dogs' teeth,.
The attending physicians say Mrs.
Leonard will live.
TROLLEY CAR WAS ABLAZE.


Reckless Motormran Endangered Livee
'of Some 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 wlilch spread rapidly and quickly,
enveloped the car. 1
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. The
corfductor was one of the first to jump.
After running the car at full speed
for three-quarters of a mile, the mo-
torman apparently realized that his
own life was threatened by the fierce
flames. He shut off his power, Jammed
down the brake and leaped off amid
the Indignant cries of a large crowd
which had gathered.
Nearly every one of the passengers
was more or less seriously hurt.

Killed Cousin with Big Rock.
Norcross, Ga., May 11.-Clarence
8peer and Willie Tribhle, cousins,
aged 15 and 12 years, respectively, be.
came engaged in a difflculty Saturday
in which Speer hit Tribble on the
heaOd with a large rock, inflicting. a
wound from which he died a few hours
later. The Speer boy Is In custody.
Fever Claims Three Sisters.
Colon, May 12.-Augusta, "'Bleanorb
and Elizabeth Shaler, three aged sis
terms of Colonel J. R. Shaler, superan-
tendent of.the Panama railroad, died
here of fever April 14, May 4 and
May 10, respectively..


.Old Standad


- ov e's Tasteless Chill

L#tQ4 t.e s.2 years. YAewag


[NESVILL1E SUN: MAY 1
7 ...-.. ....

MOBILE AND .OHIO

STRIKE-IS SERIOUS

Trouble of the Trainmen and
Witchmen.
COMPANY POSTS WARNINGS.
QfoIasla and Clerks Compelled to Pull
Off Their Coats and Do Work In the


Yards at Mobile-Strikers Intercept


Nonunion Men.


lVoZLEY'S


Regulates the Liver, St,oma(h, ow els and Kidneys.
For biliousless, co'ntipatiou n.l inmilaria.
For indigestion, si..ii, and orvoua liealdnclh,.
For sleeplessIness, nrvousmnes, heart 'failure., and nervous pro-t ration.
For fever, chills. ISd billy .anii dit o ii y diseases takt 1, etI Klixir.
La,(dies., for taturni ndI l (hr(.ioro g organieregulatiom, takeL I.eno E]lixir.
S fs) cents alid $1 1() a bo t l,t 4 Ha ilt d tg sts.
iPrepared only by Dr. 11. Morlo.y, .V'iants, Ga.


Mobile,,. Ala, May 12.-As an evi- another ati tok of Utho
dence of the seriousness of the strike last (ouInd a t.dic'in t
of the trainmen and switchmen on the l'rkershurgK .
Mobile and Obho railroad afficials and-
clerks of the road pulled off their coats 1
and went to work switching cars in Oi
the freight yards in this city to make
room for freight coniug frrm Cuba
anmd other countries. Ten cars con-
taning dynamite were also moved by!
the clerks to thh pier, front hiclh it
will be loaded on vessels for Mexico. (TE
Ten non-union men. who arriv-ed yes. ure Cholera-intfantui
terday froni Bt. E oula, were met by a 4#r Ai ds oa..0:sti
committee of the strikers and prevail and prevent Worms.
ed upon 'not to go to work. They um 's Iat un T
claimed that the situation was misrep- I
resented to them at St. Lcmis by a
man. claiming to represent the road.
Two 'of the men applied to Qenoral
Manager Clarke for transportation
back to 9t. Loule and were given,. t.
.This morning, however, iveo of the
men went to work under th e protection
of special, officers, I
The company has posted notices of
warning as follows:
."You are hereby notlfled that the
trains of thisI company are Ingage It
1in carrying the United Stateosn mails
and Interstate commerce."
THE MANCHURIAN AFFAIR.
Chinese Government Notified of As.* .


surancea Given U. S.
Paris, May 12.-4The Fretch minister
at Pokin reports that Mtnister Conger,
following instructions, has notified the
Chineae government of the assurances
regarding Manchuria which ttussia hag
given the United States, (directly
through Ambassador Cassini, and says
the Russian charge d'afTaires tit Pe,.
ktn has given the Chinese ofilrials silm.
il&r aastsrances. The French miniter
adds that the Chinese officials are not
gravely concerne4i by Russia's alleged
designs on Manchuria being fully sat
lsfled with the foregoing assurances.
The feeling here. which Is strongly
sympathetic with Russia, hIts hi en
greatly r(tteved by oflicial anlvicres
front Wa.i'dn.gton summing' ui) the re.
suIlts ( i tli<- conferences 1btween L,r'.
retary I! ay; Atnbassador ('au.:sil r I a
the Japanese minister, pa:t1ciicl.,'r I. thh(
contradictIon of the report that Mr.
Hay had telegraphed to Prshldent
Roosvelt relative to the question Co
Joint action on the part of Great 1W It,
ain, Japan and the Un!Led States,
which report aroused ser;'ous 'appro-
hehnlon here of possible International
entanglements.
Convention Railway Conductors.
Pittsburg, May 12,-DTe]-lgates to th,
biennial convention of the Order of
hallwayy Conductors of America, Can.
ada and Mexico, which opens here to-
morrow, are arriving on every train,
The convention will open at 1 o'clock
tomorrow to continue for ten days.
Only one session will be held each day,
lasting from 1 o'clock to 7 in the 'eve.
ning. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
order will meet. in Thuma hall. Grand
Chief Conductor Clark. It la sald, will
be re-elected without opposition, if ho
will accept. He already has filled the
place for ten years. Mrs. J. IH, Moore,
of Toledo, president of the Ladies'
Auxiliary, will also have no opposition
for reelectlon.


woFI

FINE


(; ATVT DE.
ar Si'r: Sin using your Lioon Elixir I haiv never had
o fv ,irfuil si. k ih'ie vhv s., I andl thank (nI tlh at I taive at
hait will uiut, tliose awful speill.
a. MIIS. ETITA W. .IvIN"(S.


ETiII NG" POWDERSL
n. D 0rrhoea. Qsenteryand the Bowel Trouble ofO
on. Regulates tie owel a trenthns the Child aMK
ro'e Ciruotlons and 8ores, Cotiho H.Iv avd Thrutsh. moves
TEETHlINA Countermote and veroomaes the Effects of the
seething Chl.dran, *nd costs only 3 conta at Druggists. or
MOrFPETT. M. D.. St. Louis'l. Mo.


MAKE


MEN


Women and, Ohildren

os WellW and Stylishly A


OUR PINE OLOTHMCI
DOBS IT


h


gggy 'gig
i l illllU


Waists WORN
Skirts BOTH SIX
Corset< AND ALL AGE$ St
(Orse S (gxCErPT i HOs)*
Neckwear-
AND / igl




'C. 0. Do
Shipment to any express office with privilege of
EXAMINING BEFORE PAYING


B. H. LEVY ., BR1C
SAVANNAH. GA.


uits
MOn


).


N


EI'A-A.B21XTaJSEH EYD 1 E3R.


H.F.DUTTON&CO.

COTTON DEPARTMENT.


- FLORIDA1


HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR SEA ISLAND COTTON
Jn Seed orLint, Lairge o0r Ntuall Qualttitlted.
Advance" made. Warehouse charges free. Firrn offers
made by letter or wire. Corrxspord-
ence Solicited.
-- " . .. .. . ... -- l I j l ~ ~ l l . . .


Arrested for Conspiraty.
San Francisco, May 12.-Four of the G S 'ER HANT & GO
ii presidents of the Zo Yup s clety have "
leen arrested for conspiracy to- our. Retailers and Jobber s in
der the 300 members of the Chineseq
society of English eduratitn and two
of them, Gee Hong On, who is not only ri
the president of the On-Yick-dighbin.
der Tong, but of the Z up, and d nd Frt
Lee Ying, president of the Dow Leong U ,J A rden Seed and F:rtlIzers.
Tong, have made complete.comnfeioons. SOUTH afI )J p pQiA E g. A a IN h N 1V.LE. FL)[f(DA
The other seven presidents are in I
hiding, but wUl be arrested Us fast Highlst' mirke. prloe paid for CIlckens. Eggs otid other P'rtA>U:4*
a" they can be found. The Men un'
were suspected of giving the author.l A Complete stock of Hay, Corn, O()at, Flour, iBra, Meal, Cotton r,' 4 .M der tbe ban of the Ze Yup society and Rye. We handle only thOi VfERY Jl.l;'l" goods at the LOW()V
ties Information regarding gambling' EST PRICE, and guarantee satisfaction always.
In hin ato . ....... ... ....


To ni


soo, W. l y11 Vice-Prelident


FIRST NATIONAL BANK


O GNLY A ES3 IALAX -
ONLY CHARTERET ) BANK IN ALACH A& 00.
; ** ' '*. . .. .. 1. ,' * e k ". "* *'. . .. -; ^ .*' : ^ ASP


Jo.l


-


GAINESVILLE.


JAIl, M. (issisax. resident


-I ly ~ -~1~~~11111111


"- r


ill I


Dr II Alowley-De


I


THSE








tLLE SUN: MAY t 14, 190


,- ," ': .. .. v,?"'4 4. ,
''1..


N'

Up EtL IABOLE


r Absolutely Pure,
STHEREf IS Ng$UI5TUTE




NEWS OF CITY AND

COUNTY CONDENSED


Matters of General Interest Gath.
ered by Our Reporters.

PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS


W.. Grissom of Rochelle Was
among the visitors to this city yester-
day.
August Wirthle is spending a short
time with his parents at Orange
Heights.
J. E. Wells of Archer, the efficient
bookkeepier' of C. W., jauknight,
visited his family in.this city Sunday.
J. H. Ainsley and T. R. Bennett of
LaCrosse, two prominent planters' o
that section, were visitors to this city
yesterday,
Sam Brooks, formerly of this city,
but now a salesman in the store of
W. 8. DQrsey & Co., 'Jacksonville, vis-
ited his elatives and friends in this
city Suin.ay.
'. H. Dye, the "picture man" of
Micanopy, Was in the city for a short
time "yesterday. Ha was. en route
home from Cedar- Key, where he re-
ports a most esdcessful business.
Prof.'J' M. Guilliams, superintend,
ent of East Florida Sdminary, has re-
turned from Tallahassee, where he has
been attending the State convention of
county school officers and instructors.
Taken Up-One 3-year-old mare colt,
branded "Sirkee ;" (lark snuff-color,
right hind foot little white and scar on
it ; large blazo face. ._Owner can have
same by calling on W. C, Brown, New-
berry, Fla., and paying expenses.
Richard Wallace departed Sinday
for New Orleans, where he expects to
in future reside. 'le will establish a
.fruit and cigar store in that city, and


What Has Happened ard What is Going will mo;' doubt enjoy a thriving busi-
to Happen Told in Short Ph.ragraphs ne., Hit friends wish him much BICT
, So That "He Who Runs May Read" .


zqc


the change will prove beneficial to
her.
E. T. Hawthorn of the village b the
satpe name is in the city. Mr. Haw-
thorn is one of The Sun's oldest'and
most valued subscribers, and we are,
always glad to see him. He called;


I


It In The lion. Thadi Bryant. of Yular was yesterday and renewed his subscrip- Justice Tim Bailey, West Beach and
among the Visitors to the QiUy yester- tion to the paper. W. Tucker, all of Newbbrry, are in the
F rom Twueday's Daily Siun: day,. He came for the purpose of at- city in attendance at the present terin
The residence of Mrs. Annie BroWn, teiiding the meeting of the Board of on W. Madison Blite of Santa of the court.
Eaist Main street, is being repaired. County Commissioners, who convened Fe, one of the most prominent resi- a t of Lake
dentsofthat sR. L. Sparkman, a msertinnt of Lace
T. Jennirigs Cone and family f for the purpose of revising the, regis. e y rdaylihButler, was in the city y rda
Raleigh v ted relatives i this ty states that Mr. Lord of the West End business connected with the .United
a: nay, W A.A 8nowden of Micanopy was a is now in that locality prospecting, and States court.
C. D. McClery and so'I, of Cadillac visitor to the city yesterday, Mr. will no doubt begin the erection of a G. W. Easterlin, one of the success-
were among tl1o6e who visited the city Bnowden is .regarded as one of the saw mill near Santa Fe at an early ful merchants of High Springs,. was
yesterday. shrewdest hoee-traders in the county. date. among those. who paid Gginesville a-
SD.C. McIntosl and son, Prof. M. He has always been regarded as one of F. Prewitt of Waldo, formerly visit yesterday.
SMcnltosh, were in the city from Rex the fires t conservative en publisher of the Enterprise of that W. F. Hughey of Morriston, one of
yesterday. town, was in the city yesterday and the leading merchants of that progress-
Mr. anrd Mrs. Ohas. Eddy of Orange AA. U Hilleary and son Burt of made The Sun an agreeable call. Dui. ive town, was transacting business in
IHeights were registered at the Brown Evinston passed through the city yea- ing his journalistic career in Waldo this city yesterday.
S house yesterday. terday. en route to Worthington Brother Prewitt served his town faith- Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Holley have re-
M. Wilox of Bird, after aSprings, where they expect to spend a fully, and it is to be regretted that the turned from Savannah, where they
ouple of days spent with his mother iillays for the benefit of Mr. support would not warrant a continu- have been attending the Southern
In this city, returned to his home yes- illeary's health His friends will re- ance of the Enterprise. Baptist Convention. They report a
in returned his h e yes- gret to learn that he is suffering from
ay. rheumatslm, and it is.hoped that the Hon. Fred 8S. Cubberly, collector of most successful meeting.
Benj. Fontane and daughter,. Mrs. curative powers of Worthington will customs from the port of Cedar Key, Go to 3. M. Mason's and get a copy
Bartleaon, of Micanopy, were among prove a benefit tom was among the visitors to this city oeai g Pni Sef esso on Prugles
the visitors tothe county capital yes- yesterday, having been summoned on cents per copy. Every family should
S terday. Notwitstanding that John Goss, important professional business. Col. have one. A, J. CoNE. tf
B. Pond and on, Fltondepart- been conducting a fish mar- Cubberly has headquarters at both Arthur R. Ferrell, for the past two
ed yesterday for Lakeland, where the few weeks, has enjoyed as good busi- Bronson and Cedar Key. He is one of years a resident of this city, departed
e former goes to look atni, hi rove in- ha enjoyed od isi- the ablest young lawyers in Levy yesterday for Havana, Cuba, where he
former goes to l hi gro nes as te suppelledy would permit f t, rom e has county, and enjoys a lucrative prac- will be employed by Capt. Mervin,
.rests. been compelled to retire from business tice. also -
F. S. Osteen of the lirn of Osteen & on account of the scarcity of the also formerly of Gainesville.
Hargraves, naval stores operators of product whiclehe advertises to handle. I)eputy Sheriff W. N. Tillman ,pf J. A. Maultsby, the brick manufac-
Micanopy, was antong the1 visitors to Mr. (GosS stated that his trouble has Hawthorn, one of the most competent turer of Campville, was among those
this city yesterday. been to cure the fish. The supply assistants of Sheriff Fennell in the wno came to Gainesville on business
George (. Snmowdei of Orangi has been very scant for the past few county, was among those who visited yesterday. He reports plenty of pros-
Heights, ono o(f ti( 'prominent young months, being hardly enough to pay the county capital .yesterday. He perity in his line and aays the demand
farmers of thaii se'lion, was among the expenses of running the place. The came for the purpose of attending the continues to offset the capacity of his
the visitors to this city yesterday. demand has been great, and if the regular spring session of the circuit plant.
The second floor of the Williams trade could be supplied Mr. Gose court, and felt disappointed when in- J. H. Granger, ex-marshal of Gaines-
building has been Iprtitioned off into states that he would make a good formed that there was "nothing do- ville, has returned to the city after sev-
apartments which will be used for va- thing. ing. eralays spent in detective work in
rious purposes. The apartments are 1+on Wednesday's Daily Sun: C. 0. Sledge of the Seaboard Air South Florida. Mr. Granger made an
located convenient to the square, and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Arnold of Fair- LinA spent Saturday on a "fishing excellent marshal for several years,
will likely be oce,-ipied as living qtar- banks were trading in this city yester- frolic" at Otter Creek. During the and it is safe to assert that he will
ters by the "lonely" youg ieun. day past two years the town has merged prove equally as efficient in his new
8. B. COullen and J. I. l).ll, Jr., two 8. L. Turner of Nettleton, one of The from a little village of two small cross- ca Newberr. w
of the leading young t rucke.rs of the Sutn's valued subscribers, was a visitor roads stores to a real healthy town, e owel of Newberry was
sauectionw mo those wh to th cit est upporting several first-class mercatn- he city yesterday. The Doctor a
agu section, wre those h to the city yer ystThy r da. tile tablishments, as well as an m- ew days ago had the misfortune to
ort visited the city oeray. They r- J. D. Walker of Raleigh, one of the mense saw mill. Ottesr Creek is des- lose hisAne residence by fire, involving
portan abundance oif ron, both truck offlient employee of T. Jeniings Cone, tined to become the leading town of a loss of considerably more than $1,000.
withstanding this the cr both truk the mill man, was in the city on busi- Levy county. i He has the sympathy of his friends, as
..and staple, will re iv it wonderful ness yesterday and nade The Sun an C A Glhe had by far the most pleasant home
agreeable call. n. C. A. Gilchrist of ade was in Newberry.
Itrof. M. IH. L)ellnd who so successH . cCall of ain, among those who visited this city yes .
fully (conduc)eId the ooky oint lairanks, M ,. tiday. Th general is a practical HFrn. Powell, one of the enterprising
school for the term recently cloienl iMloore of Roohellh and E. W Milliean road-builder, and is among the most young merchants of High Springs, was
was visitor to the city yesterdayof Waldo, all extensive and prominent nthusiastii advocates of hard roads among those who paid Gainesville a
I was aen isitor to hise hoity y at Kirk. aval stor oprtors, were among in thisounty. It will be remembered visit yesterday. Hle is one of the
was en roum to to h is liomim at Kirk. t.e -It wt or to ti ity
wood, where he. will spend i shot the visitors to this ity yesterday. that two years ago, at a good roads bar- stockholders iknd officers -of the new
..time with his prnt. James DHolder of Rochellet was a vis- becioe and picnic held in this city, he electrilight and ice company at High
time with his parents, l'rof. Delanctl he
has not yet laid his plais for tho sum- itor to the city yesterday. lr. Older spoke at length on the good roads Springs, and says the affairs of the
hmer. is a merchant aInd owner of the reslau- nmoviment and the benefits which company are progressing nicely.
Col. VW. T. HIonry, a prominent at- rant at that place, and has recently would actrno therefrom. He will be Sanford Jewett has returned from
torney of Perry, is in the city for a few purchased the restaurant at the A. C. glad to assist the county whenever Ocala, where he was summoned Satur-
days. He came for the purpose of si- I. depot in Palattka the attempt at constructing good day on account of the sad death of his
curingeertain records of public lands . N. laFontiseo( departed yesterday roads is made. mother, Mrs. W. L. Jewett. The fu.
from the books of the Uniitod States for the home of his' boyhood in Mes- C. A. W. Thomas has returned from neral was held Saturday afternoon,
land office. It is understood he will sinai, N, Y., whore he expects to spentl a brief 'isit to Tampa. lHe left this and was largely attended by sorrowing
shortly open an abstract ofliee at his the surmner among his old friends. city Monday at noon, arriving in the friends and relatives. The friends of
1 home in Perry, which is the county it has been many years since Mr. l..a- South Florida Metropolis at 10 o'clock Mr. Jewett in this city deeply sym-
seat of Tay)]r county, Fntise- visited his home. and natural- at night. Col. Thomas intended pathize with him in the loss of his
B. F. Matthews and son, Beon Frank, iY, h-e vill receive a warm, cordial Visiting his daughter, Mrs. McBride, fond parent.
S iof Tacoma wteramong the visitorsto g ,etingCd but upon his arrival there ascertained We have had the pleasure of meeting
this oity yesterday, Mr. Matthews is ( W. Bauknight, C. D. Wood and J. that the lady had departed on the 9 Capt. H. P. Brewer of Wayeross, Ga.,
S' a prominent trunker of the lalom eT. Flenming, three successful business o'clock train for Gainesville. Asa re- fatherof Turner Brewer, who is here
ionand is no hiing heavily men of A er, were among those who lt he left on the first train yesterda on a short visit to his son Capt
beans, squash and cucumbers, from were in the city yesterday. While it rmorming, arriving home at 4:25 o'clock. Brewer is stock claim agent of the
: whieh he ia roeivyig reuinerative re- isastrange co-incidence, it isafact that Mrs. McBride is now in this city, first 'litrict, Aond division, tlan.
t He sttatesthatiWile the rains these ogetlemen, representative buMsi- pnd will remain as the guest of her tic Coast Line. He ha held this re-
hare been severe in hi's action, they nes snen and in fact representing the .parents for an indefinite period. She sponsible position with the Plant Sys.
have been a great deal more welcome only real mercantile interests of that has been indisposed for some time, ten.for the past fifteen years, and is
h.a. ,l at all, as the orops hav town., were sumnmon oed on the jury at and it is to be hoped that the change regarded as a most eompetea, man is
b e considered. .-i the same time. will prove of '^benet to lher, li~, le. ..

"'- 4 '' 4 : '' :, ;I '"' ; : ';: : : :": :' ,"I '- ":, ': : : : ,:" :':; "r' .' -: :' :"' : :" ''i .:':I : : : :'.m '.: 'm. 'i I:,:I '- 'I''-' ,, ; '" ;: : ; '::,: [ I " "':;:, :


! , I .I 1 -


which caused the sore, and now I an
entirely cured and able to walk with-
out the aid of crutches. I shall al-
ways feel the greatest gratJtudm, to-
wards y1,,u, ati wiJl alway.., speak a
good word for your stave "
For sale at WVallace,'s Ctiy .Prug
Store, Gainesvi lIt, Fla. dawIilo

A NY C H URCH or passage or in-
stitution support-d Iy voluntary con-
tribu(ion will be, git n lib iral quni-.,
tity of the LonImgan i,. Martinez p
Paints whenev,.r t y ,ain. ..
Note: Have d oh fr 't% N.
years, Sales- T,..n of ., of gal-
lons ; painted nILari y tv, i h houses i
under guarntn (, r p,,,;t iot satis-
factory. Th,-la, t u.ar, fr lpe riods
up to eightel, vYears. 1iseed.(lil must
be added to ui. ,,t lon.m in two
niinutesn ..\, l cs: tn.n about $.25 .
a gallon N:uni., fr,,e Sold by our



Summer LawShool
UN I Vi STT 1. 1 V'Uirx
a e m n tw T ^ , j n g ,r t o n. .l
terin f vi Sr*L r

Ali!m.


'-7'
4""''
4~ .


44e'.' ''

*^'A;',- ..,
ii!^'*:!:; ;
e'-'' .

' i '


;~_~- i: - -- - i~ -- ii


:;


I -


-r--


.4, S. Aiderson of Holder was in the
city on business yesterday.
Chas. Cassels of Micanopy wvas
among the visitors to this city yester-
day,
T. H., ato and son, Barney, of Ala-
chua Wire among the visitors to this
city yesterday.
'Mr. and Mrs. G. Hartwell Kelley of
Rochelle made a brief-visit to relatives
in this city yesterday.
A. P. Hardee of' Bronson, the effl-
cient. young clerk of the circuit court
of Levy county, was a visitor to this
city yesterday.
Mrs. L. N. LaFontisee departed' yes-
terday for Newberry, where she will
visit her daughter, Mrs. Thomas. Kin-
caid, for a few weeks.
Dr. G. W. Tanner of Alachua, a
druggist and one of the leading busi-
ness men of that progressive town, was
a visitor to this city yesterday.
G. W. Peacock, a prominent citizen
of Hawthorn, was in the city yesterday
arid showed his appreciation of The
Sun by having his name enrolled upon
our subscription list.
Mrs. J. H. Earle departed yesterday
for Sumter, S. C., where she will spend
the summer with relatives. The lady's
health has been very poor for the past
few months, and it is to be hoped that


W. H. Ellis of LaCrosse was a vis t-
or to this city yesterday.
"Uncle Dan" and J. U. Chesser of
LaCrosse were among those who paid
the county capital a visit yesterday.
John P. Hester and A. B. Chitty,
two prominent young men of Mica-
nopy, were visitors to this city yester-
day.
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.
From Thursday's Daily /iSun:
Arch Avriettof Newberry is in the
city,
C. C. Harwell of High Springs was a
visitor, to this city yesterday.
Liink Hodge of Newberry was among
the visitors to this city yesterday.
Henry Rosenberger of Kirkwood
was among the visitors to this city
yesterday.
Capt. J. D. Riley, a phosphate miner
of Hines, was among those who visited
thi city yesterday.
Justice L. 3. Knight and Deputy
Sheriff MCaunn of LaCrosse are in the
city attending court.
WI. J. Hodge of Alachua, the of the
prominent farmers of that section, is
attending the session of the circuit
court.,
Prof. A. J. Foskett, the piano man,
has returned from a successful pro-
jessional trip to Alachua and other
lbints.'


SPECIAL COURT ERMB

AMHOSTAsSUBEA T 6"

Large mnber of inal as
on Docke Necessitate Ti

FOR CRIMINAL CASES ONLY
--,
All Cases on Civil Docket Have Vir
tually Been Set Asid&d. Until .PConviei
ing of the Fall 'Term-r-Present' Se
sion'ofc urt Merqly Matter of Form.
All indications at prese4at point to
thire"act that a special term f t the eir-
cuit court of the Eighth judicial cir- '
cnit will be called in this city about
the middle of t,he coming monutl. The
docket of this term will be a heavy,
one, as a great many criminal cases
are ready for the attention of the.
court. In fact, the term will be called
for the trying of criminal cases only,
the civil docket having already been
set aside until the convening of .the
fall term. ..
State's Attorney Calhoun stated yesa
terday that he felt sure the present, .
term of court would 'not last longer'
than two or three days. Owing to theb
unsettled condition of affairs and the :
uncertainty of the legality of sum-u
moning witnesses and jurors for this
term, which were summoned under di-
rection and the auspices of the Fifthi
judicial circuit, both His Honor Judgey :
Wills and Solicitor Calhounhave de- I
cided that the court will arraign or try
no criminal cases at the present term.
,The, session is merely being held
for the disposition of criminal cases
bound over and in jail or out on bond,
and the principal work will be vested
in the grand jUA-y. '
It is the general belie of His 1Honor,
Solicitor Callioini and the members' of
.the Gainesville bar that there will be
enacted befOre the convening of the
Legislature a 'law fixing the ,ime of
holding the spring and fall terms in
Alachua county in April and Novem-
ber, instead of'May and December, as
is now the case. This recommendation
has been made by the members of the
Gainesville bar officially, and Will
hardly be ignored.
Keep the Balance Up.
It' has been truthfully said that any'
disturbance of the even balance of
health causes serious trouble. Nobody
can be too careful to keep this balance :!
up. When people begin to lose appe-
tite, or to get' tired easily, the least '
imprudence brings on sickness, weak-
ness or debility. The system needs a
tonic, craves it, and should not be de.-
nied it; and the best tonic of which we
have any knowledge is Hood's Sarsa-
parilla. What this medicine has done
in keeping healthy people healthy,
gives it the same distinction as' a pre-
ventive that it enjoys as a cute. Its
early use has illustrated the wisdom
of the old saying that a etitch in time
saves nine. Take Hood's for appetite,
strength and endurance.
SIMONSON'S SALVE DID IT.

Effected a Permahent Cure Wh .nJ
Twelve Doctors Had Failed. -.,'
B. B. Virling of London, Miss., ndt&~ ~
date of April 21, 1908, 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 whch 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 hone
after the glass had been extracted


.' . .: .


_ _


j




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs