Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01887
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 21, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01887
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

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SpIt#l v Rys to
wo killtod

S 'I* Sl oftl, on unad4y,
iSAe >;s froim the county
[.4 tn Tieeday xiigit by a
e iiasg4en between 11 and 12
M i~,he piaty met City N^gItt

ll ii round a dark corner,
is hands an:d .took ,hki, to+ th
lty gSaib which he was Made to un -
Sr t'he eob j othe broke Ithbe rokr
At Infroptof the jail ,with- bricks,-
4 wt*tipO, jut oould not iJnd the in-
T t:bbywe`t 1backto -Bmith
S15t44 him 0 o p -the -trunk and get
i then thiy* went to 'aJrvls,
1wo ,la'Via Wlset- about hls
10 64 him, m i0h strong rope. and
|^|t~iWway, s Swho bndfolded and
4,. .
Was1t.ist 'a tall pine tree
^ttiVOr* -tf a MHl from
m as ttor where two ne-
brware lynched and burned some

ItUtaded :r sore shots were
*ohiNb bod completely rid-
ite:;iat d ft&i*s were, all over

lar vwasu tp for 'preliminary trial
.t.i, Ma yd 14C, before Judge Mar.
;vabound over for trial on

Swyer*xpsted t,0 seore his re-e
6lease tq4ay
$rvs i other murder so his
Ohara*rAibout sa e4a ao
pthe clt as n orti a very much ex-
Sevtld or the m attter, but they con-
ean hoe lyp.hi:ng. No olew as to
i Wh OOpe1d the mob has thus far

A FaritaV' 4traightened Out.
"A'.amlt, living on a farm near here
Wa0 0e i ashortb time ago completelyy
S dbld t p th'1** r1heumalsmo.. I hand-
ShMim a bottle of. Ohamberlain's Pain
%m n toantold hhih to use it freely and
I not ,.0a let 4 matter using it he need
ato pay e. t for tt," 0ay P. Ray-
er, fattens Mills, N. Y. "A few
Slater'he walked Into those store as
s ag sitrln g and handed me a
6 a1in,,3 ie te another bottle
Otf hamberlain's Pain Balm. I want
r in the house all thime ti., ofr It cured
me.' pFor sale by all druggists-and
medleiine companies.
Dashsd into Prraliht Train eand.l So
e. gral :eraons injured.:
Cb %hi o, May 'SO-A nWa ar trol-
C y ear on- tle Sixty-n-fth stre tl nI
-f last nitU4ht irtahed troik *th C-te
lil': gusaraing the leort Waye it:aTt.iitii
a' k; ...daih'ttl a tretlht traoi:. '0
A' car w V thioWn fr0:toj itrk s!t th'
iwnpact and *the re of peie onB
board were JamMted and 4r.d t4 4to.
getherl s i
S six person were sewerely lB e4i,
S among theorem being Mrst Mlary S ,of
J Pittsbulwg. Pa., who wti cut about the
i 1 ,, head. ' .. .
,::.:, lWtnssars aasert thaM althou-lh !l
i; : railway gate- were down there WaM ni
gi1pial of any Mind displayed.
$,; CDoesn't Respect Old Age.,
It's shaeaful whou youth falls to
Show roper espeot for old age but
r r. :just" tht oontra th- ease nkf Pr.
ng's iNew Life Pills. They oe t off
maladies no matter bowanid .rrespeot-
Ive of old .re, lyeps pla nd
lVAN :. er, OonsttpC0tl6ii all yield to thia
"0r01otPill. 25 at all drug stores.
Vanderbtilt Polery Burned.
Ahteville. N. C,N May 20.--Monday
: g ::i the pljgery ot thtlloU lt-more *s.
tate was destroyed by fire, etiattfilin
a losit f $5,0(I,- Th'o barnt as a
hasdaosti4a e :pebbh- leahed striwcture with
all modern e(:uiipmnets. By, hagrd, wotit
the two attentaeta saved all he. pigs.
s'oie of tier' 'aled at many hun.
ireds of dollais. The pedigree books
ln were eave:. *The trtois sn
IA to ttl olgimated l in te boil-
a f. Vaderbit will rebutld

^H- B '- S

.iawAttsA k Home of A.,E. Fo n
" dref NItar @add:nit, Ala.
oreacbltd 0445401k Opf O alled muider-
out asalt oi the family of A. 1. Joo
drenj on the lower edg" of the coury.
*A.:, Voatrre r;, La:tme to thoe city
and asked to0e p.lived It $ail to pro-
tect his te. Ho stayed ia4 BlU aid
iNathan M~unm.roo m &b4 44oll 8ta O
came to his. home as d th Bill Mun-
rbo at ,temip do cut hit. Oll coat
was slashed tO 16oces and hia shoulder
was gashed ellmtotly.
.Hea.s ftia th# e men followed him
to the house, and on belpng refused -
inWttace Or thTee shots.through the
do6r. Bill Munroe thes poel a shot-
gnis 'tlhroxh a crack and Ared three
shota in the midst of the family.
The elder Pondren, wlio is, 84 years
of agent and partaltly paralyzed, was
shot- i the stomach anil will die.
John, a helpless imbecile, was sho IU
the* 41 e.gandyade
he tmoubli seems to have dated
back fqr some time. Saturday young
Fowdi'eh swore out a Jpeace warrant
for the father of the Munroe boys, and
he was Jailed. The boy* were in
town when their father was arrested
and they immediately returned home
to get revenge.

* Deputies have gone to the scene of
the crtme.

Glad Committee of Investigation Has
Tallahassee," Fla., May 20.--Hon.
Jefferson B. Browne, chairman of the
FIorlida railroad commission, whose ac,
tion in regard to the acceptanee of
a thousamd-doUar fee tor alleged lob-
bying, through the legislature of a bill
making an appropriation of $10,000 to
purchase the Key West armory froea
Monroe County, Is tp be formally In-
vestigated by a legislative committee,
has returned to the capital from a brief
visit to his home in Key West.
Speaking of the Investtgatlon, Mr.
Browne said:
"I am very glad that a committee
has been appointed to investigate the
rmaitter of my employment ,by the coul-
ty commicEsloners in the ma4ttsr of the
armory at Key West. sIuch a commit.
tee will get the facts, and whea they
are known my course will be fully
vindicated. Without such an investi-
gation there would be rumors and mis-
statements, which now will be set

Evans Claims He KIlled Blaekmon (i
Lancaster, S. C., May 0.i-B. B.V
Blackmon, a well-to-do farmer of Lan-
caster county, was shot and sIntantly
killed near his home, 7 miles from,
Lancaster. Bandy ivanu, the negrO
who fired the fatal shot, came intwe,
diately to the sheriff, stattng that be
shot Blackmon to self-defense, and
wished protection.
There ia 6onsidprable excitement in
Lancaster -over the killing. ,. Black-
mon was one of the most prominent
fatmers of the o0untly, and his trienrts
claim that the negro Eva'na killed him
without cause:o

Branded o Vth O *th Hot Iron
1anpa, N U" May 20.-OUdiO 1al1
IlJo, a 6Sp4lsi:l tailor, found oe Ab
Mante, r 8-yEiaold boy, taking atone
peacheM irom a tree.ot li a yrAl At
Ybor City.. HO became so mnuch en-
r gimd that bhe seied tl ahild, took
him to his ahop, threw hbm oa the
floor ada deliberately placed a hot
iron on hit stomach. 0 The fteoh M so
badly burladI, A ph-siclan was umm-
aioneud uii he imports that the boy
tmay die. The community is highly,
nlransed at the cruel deed. BalllUo
i- In jall
S A ilkot 0f lloramattaHlp.
For tho' ske of wager n remarkrit
blo foot of horaiouanship) wa s ome
yortrs ugo ci>omtntEslihedl by a sport-
ln- nobthnlelu In ua certain Loidonl
tttlIil>, h Iiu ,aeu A. bet with i1
a frievid tlint ihe would rdl his ponly
fibri1 the ground floor- of thoe hotie to.
tile top ftMiId. 1w eiUtmI. His teed reM
wlit`iel a goo tl tempt thie task. blut t was inially per-T
foraewl, though the dnlunltge done to the
statlr tirlet'ta uix other tihilg a muntttltut
v'd to itlilOaSt 1I,000. whihh huid to be
Iphil hy the w *li*er.,

-PolkniAti said tdh1I0 itnglr, ad-
dnrsIttng the ollter whbi iwas tlm ling
th l muddy ero niiesn "anyoeu dhIet
Here Ih iitlppe ald fie l t-
-"to the nearest ipla he rontin-
:d, idtah staog im. t uip aid eartn ry-
toig b.la set... .nwnts, w r... they
* clean 10 'RII4'tiraO 't'**ne,


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rTx Slayer Pardoned After
Two Years' Imprisonment.
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Reprosentlnir a number of prouiianet,
Amerle n a and En n aompies.

Abstract & Realty Company,
E. VOYLE, Manager,

Gtst an 1bstr ot of title to land before
buylor. After :PS~O lng the purobash
money there 'Is e no redr*es for tfX
sBla, Mnl uzoiinoelted morttgareS,

anht "A pewriter.
WaRI IOR $60.
*uatfteed tWo tone year. SOld on
monthly piyu ttS at a salliht ad-
vatoe ti o riponbe r s.
TypvwirA irUibboa for
va O t e. mnch ines .
JUAlt 1S) I~ )ELXG

E. El Voylo,
*islasdtle, Florida.




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Strong Influenct Was Brought to Bear
WhichCaused His Pardon to be Is-
sued, and He is Expected Home in a
Few Days.
G. Towuey Kennard, who was two
years ago arraigned for the killing of
one Morgan, found., guilty of man-
slaughter and sentenced to twenty
years in the State prison, is, through
the influence of friends and the gener-..
osltry o thi pardoniing board, again
permitted to enjoy the freedom of
God's sunlight, his pardon having
been granted Wednesday.
SinCe his confinement Kennard has
been spending the time between the
Camp and Buttgenbsch phosphate
mines, where he was given light em-
ployment. The information -of his
pardon likely came as a source of great
gratification to him, as well al his wife
and other relatives. He is expected
home within the next day or two.
Attention, U. D. C.
Kirby Smith Chapter, United
Daughters of the Confederacy, will
Iid its regular historian meeting at,
the residence of Mrs. 3. H. Alderman
at 4 o'elo4k Thursday afternoon. A
full attendance of members is desired.
Mas. H. H. MXeCOaiAy, Preq,
Ms,: Tur tn BxwaRa, See.

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10 16 9 4 l 2 50 P
11 46 It 84 P 4 20 P
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Ar SOLE1I.... I ........L v 758 a 6 10 a
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Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 81, except
Saturday from ainesv$e.
Train io;. 84, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
Tampa, Jacksonville and New. York, .via Richmond and Washington. Vesti- .
buled day coaches between Jaeksonville and, Washington, via Richmond. Cafe
dining car service from Jacksonville.
No. 66 Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars be.
tween Jacklsonville and Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleepers be.-
twean Jacksonville and New York. .
o, 65 connects at Starke for LaCrosse, Alachua, Willeford, Wannee and
intermediate points, and at AreneTWith Early Bird branch.
Nos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays
and Thursdays, 11 p. m.
A. 0. MAcDONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
,E. O. OOBB, Ticket Agent. Gailnesville.

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Jack&sonrille and New York,
cOdUng atOHAX?&TON, S.0., both ways.
Ike Flneal Steamshipa in ithe Coatwiae Service

lyde ew Egland an Southern Lines
rIm eet Servce ewee JA VILLE, jSTO~ and
PI0OVInMtXQ, a;nd A1 Istern Point,
alUing at Charleston both ways.
"outhbond. ...... :...... F... .,...Fronm Lewia Wharf, Boston
Notthbound......... ....... From Foot of Oatherine st., Jacksonville

Clvde St. Jobls River Line
twoon JAiCactNVU.LSit and S.4NFeOD
8topplag at Palatka, Astor, St. Franels. Beresford e (DeIand), and Intermediate
idin on St. Johns River
Is appointed to sail as follows:
Lai J 1kaouTile8:80 p. m. Sunday, Teadayis and Thursdays.
les0e Bagloid 9:80 a. n-, Mondays, W edneldays and Fridays.
ISCHSI)UlS Nortutdw I'
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8 w.e,,. ++,,..-.. .. :. Astorai ............. ...... -0 pm
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Consideration PROMPT PAYMENT ow LO8ES.
'Wecover these important points and respectfully
solicit a share of your business.,
F Lie, Achident-ad.llea'

..- Agents for thel-- C: +

Victor Safe and Lock Company 0
3:J 3 -r.X-ai L7 0, 203^0-i
The "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties contemplat-
ing the.purchase of a safe, or anything in that line,
from a box to a bank vault, will saye mo.ey
by consulting Call on or address ,

Information cheerfully furnished. GAIXESVILLEU, FL'O II

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S Hsc DU EBr-OaIvA APBa. 12, 1908.
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?kospers Withoit a-
dI "B d Tigers."


~ 6as. Matheson, Carpehter, Hamp-
Stoi,: Ciolson and Thomas Call Atten-
| ii n to Existing Conditions in Two
the Voters of Alachua County:
We all your attention to the sub-.
Jnied statement made by some of the
most reliable men of the State. This
ciroular was furnished last year, and is
a .most unanswerable argument against
the hue and cry that the business de-
. velopmrent of the county is dependent

iUpon saloons.

W. R. TiroMAs.

We, the undersigned citizens of Live
Oak and Suwannee County, do unhesi-
tatingly endorse prohibition and the
.abolition of saloons.
In August 1902, Live Oak and Su-
wannee County will have been "dry','
L for thirteen years, and during that
[ time both city and county have en-
Sjoyed an unprecedented period of
prosperity ahd growth.
From a business, as well as a moral
standpoint, the abolition of the liquor
traffic from our midst has been a God-
send. We have never had what might
ae, termed a failure among our busi-
tos men, and our financial rating is
second to no other city in Florida.
We have seen the village of Live
Oak grow into a prosperous little oity
and her people enjoying prosperity
i'u e as was never known during the
time open saloons existed here.
The moral and business tone of oetr
'it is something that we are proud of.
A drunk man on our streets would be
a,!ouriosity and a curiosity that we
have no desire to see. Our wives,
mothers and sisters can, at any and all,
times, walk our streets without fear.
The grpwth of Live Oak for the past
ten years ihas been gratifying and sub-
stantal. There are now in course of
ereotion here over twenty-five build-
lngs, whlichgoes to show that the sub-
stantial citizens have faith in a "dry"
douty and city.
We believe that we can say, without
fear of contradiction, that it is an ut-
ter .impossibility to purchase a drink
of liquor in Live Oak. It is true that
we have had our trouble with "Blind
Tigers," but with an untiring energy1
and a strict enforcement of the law
have been able to stamp them out.
The liquor traffic, like a cat, has nine
lives, and the "Blind Tiger" is theo
death struggle of a crying evil, "The
Open Saloon."
Show us a man who favors ani open
saloon for the business it will bring
Snad kwe will show you a man that
knows nothing of what he is talking
or who loves whiskey himself. Actual
tac-t and actual experience are better'
prodTs than all the theories based upon
prejudiced reasoning. A sober man is
more reliable, will do more work and
command better wages than a drinking
man. He will therefore have more
,money to spend than a drinking man,
m d not spending his money for drink,
He will necessarily have to 0ped it, for
some-ihing that Will be of material
Benefit to himself or family., w
this being the ease, with a sobert ot-
*tnnity, we have more money aInd
imtore benefit to the reatest amber of
people. Now take the aontviie of thi4
roposition, viz: A drinking man is
ot. as reliable; will not do a muih
iork and will not commands i..ood
ages as a sober man, lhe will there ieo
iot have oat much money to !p'*ud -
111 the sober man, et. "A to
e wise is suffloieno."
-We have no carousing or ton
a* in our city and on" police ov ee
rves good order and pew c
-W juote the first paragraph of the
e oral Preseontment of the QrA4
yof Sluwai'noei County for the
,ag term of 1902 :
t, We have carefully examined
all eases sulbmitted to us by the
per Authorities, and it is with- pies
that. we note the smal; a mou1nio0
eo cotnmitted turitag .the pat si
ilis, and it, should be a source o*
.tulatilts to the people of thil

during yon that our heart. iAre
you for PROHlBlTIOOi in," Co
County, we re -
B,. Johton, Mayor. ,. ,", '
, Bean Pwor, Baptist Ch:rch
. Mtokler, armer.
A. B ackburn' Metlini .
:., Dezr, Dirtctor Livwe Oak
.[; Wood, Cashier Lve Oak Bank,
,. Horn, Cashlier TFl0 national
StA llarde, Attorny.
,M. WelCols, M f).c
Le. ,mlltphriys Attorney,
,M. Wells, Merchant.
B.. o(I* ills,- Melhan!t. "
lunie A Co., Mrehant<.
rMays, Merihant.
Powell, Mie rculnt.
,le. Jewb ler.
.El Cly Mialr .
nI1dB, ,eircbhanut,.
Anderson, M. .
lW i te Tr .. u'r
"hiadeM" The Cr: n". : .,".
W^ fe Qu^a1 .Mirs*4

Jim Dumpn Woj od datme, on wisdom bent, .
To frequent cooking lectures went.
4 For soallOped oysters don't use bread,"
She there Was taught. "Take Force' In-
When pyster-Forco was served to him,
"Fit for at Kng 1" oried "Sunny Jim."


Theo BAy-to*4rv Cf
adds new enjoyment to

Sw t, crisp flames of whiet a4 salt.
F" ForceIs a rlab, St oo my o /the
exclanton ot steaks or
-ops, the old srtanl.
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J. M. B Airs,,ly,
Baricly. & (Oroover, Druggists.
E. P. ( rooveor.
E. A. B:ndick, Merchant,
A. J. Rberltson, Merchant.
Dr. H. F. Airth, U. 1).
H. 3J. Ptatt, Twirpentine Operator.
W. E. Boyd, Farmer.
8. J. White, Merchant.
T. S. B1aiden, of firm of Worth Ste-
phens & Co.
Thos. Dowling, Saw Mill.
W. C. Bache, SAY Mill.
Geo. P, Hendrix, Machinist.
Geo. E. Robbins, firm of Robbins &
Prosperous Town in a "Dry Precinct."
Without hesitation or persuasion,
we, the undersigned citizens of Lake
Butler, Florida, and Preooict No. 2,
Brad ford County, endorse inost
heartily Prohi',ition and the abolition
of the liquor traffic,
We rejoice that the town and preo.
cinot in which we' live is entirely free
from the evil Influences of the saloons
and attribute our present. p osperlty
to the fact that PreooFnetI o2, s "dry,
and liquor isnaot sold in our midst.
Lake Butler is building uip rapidly
and subptantially 'th a. population of
teood,law-abtding leopl, and our buas-
iness men in our community 'nd. our
people in eteral ire all prmsperou*s .
Oniie police offloor aliantUili time
peace anid order of 'tha community
and we do not have drunkenness and
carouSitg as existed when liqnor .wasl
sold in Lake Butler,
We deny, mot emphatically the
stato0inet that taking trie sale of in-'.
thrioating liquors from our midst, Bls
injured outr business. rT the 'contrary.,
it is otr anest belief that t hais .il-
proved it greatly.

GaineSYille & Gulf Railway Company



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Abstract of Title
To any Iecl of hlndl In
AlaiaU ounay f(uitsrlhed
on appleaHtion.


And all matters toneern-
lig the redemption of tu-
caliwelec tax crMtllestes
attended to promptly.

New )DeignUs in All MM i K.

Time 'l'bhl In effect January 4. 1902. 1 LniJALlll I UJ1ILiLU V Vl M.
...... ........A Full Asortment, t .eltu4ti
No. 6. No .A hi itdtest PathtiNi.
Daily No 4. I o. 2. N o. 1. N.o K. buily .
yExC' D .itly Daily, STATIONS. I Iy Dtlu. xu WA
Alnday el,' WATER COOLERS,
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v PIliv PNtjv AM1 r.PMAvI.M.ArI..
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iL.1. BA3B0,G ee2a. Supprintenmlout. Utr m af. fi
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devoted 5.jlx? I1.y1 to i tho I .ritea of
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you a home. For ilformiatilon.
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pI of Com ittees on Com-
Smencement Exercises Good.


Both Banquet and Ball Will Surpass
'n: An Similar Event Ever Held Under
Eleve Auspices-Excellent Speakers
'. Have Been Selected for Occasion.
' At a meeting of the various coin-
'mittees of the Eleve Association of
East Florida Seminary held Tuesday
evening reports were made encourag-
iigly and everything was shown to be
working in fine harmony for the pro-
posed exercises, which will be held
I'L during commencement of the college.
The committee appointed to arrange
for the banquet reported excellent
progress. The chairman stated that
1 the committed" had arranged with
Manager Ettel of the Brown House
for the best service ever presented on
a similar occasion, which will include
'.the most elaborate menu, the best
service, and in fact every feature ab-
solutely up-to-date. Manager Ettel as
a hotel man and caterer knows his
business, which is an assurance that
the banquet will be first-class in every
The committee on "toasters" pre-
;sented a list of appointments which
.will prove very acceptable, as well as
'entertaining, as it includes a number
Bof- the most eloquent speakers of the
I.-The ball committee made its report.
bhls report showed that plans have
0 .been arranged for the most elaborate
,affair of its kind that has ever been
-'given in Gainesville. The music for
S'both banquet and dance will be fur-
nished by Schubert's Orchestra of
'. Jacksonville, the best musical aggre-
gation in the State.
In speaking of the matter yesterday
a prominent IEleve remarked that the
committees had performed their d u-
ties completely, and everything bids
fair to move as smoothly as could be
The banquet will be held on Wednes-
day; the 27th, to be followed by the
Ball at the opera house on the evening
of the 28th.
The banquet tickets are limited, and
'are going very rapidly. As long as
"they last they may be secured from
Dr. J. Harrison Hodges or W. 8.
Too Great a Risk.
In almost every neighborhood some-
one has died from an attack of colic or
cholera morbus, often before medicine
-could be procured or a physician sum-
imoned. A reliable remedy for these
diseases should be kept'at hand. The
risk is too great for any one to take
C hamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
1# Diarrhoea Remedy has undoubtedly
'aved the lives of more people and .e-
ileyed more pain and suffering than
0y other medicine in use. I i!I ale
WayS be depended 'lupon. .op sale bt
I1 druggists and medicine c"mlapnifi.
e-Way Settlers' and Round-Trip
Home Seekers' Ratesa
H e Seaboard Air Line railway have
aged the following attractive rates
[anatee, Braidentown, Ellentou and
ota, Fla:
SFrom Ohio River Gateways, .
e-way settlers' tickets endorsed
ad class, not good in parlor or
ing cars, to be sold to all pointS
he U S. & W.t.R, R. and S8. S.
ne at rates based one-half of the
lass limited fare, pius 2200.
t will be sold oas the firstand
.Taesdays of each month, to and
ing November 17th, 1903.
a seekers' excursion tickets to
h, Ellenton, palmctt o, Bra&de
SManatee, Oneco and S'r p-a

'y stations at. one -ro,. pliw
for the round trip, Tickets will'
on the ttrst and third Tuesdtiol
.month, to and including No-
r 17th, 1908, with inal lmit
-one days f'ro ; dal4 of sale.
will be good to stp-over on
_A Air Line railway on routo. on
:Journey within flfteo-day
Sacoord Air Line railway
pied some 'very attractive ad-
mnattir, eoverin the .,
being diltribatll teisirely
.the North, East sad North-

pDeatt of a F. Jones
rg, May Je --flo" B. F Ju,.
the Jon.. & Lan oU largest 1adipe(MlCt pleat
^^ ^ tb40 < v Bori-^o *

Atlantic Coast Lineq Ofers One Way
Rates to Homeseekers.
'Ale Atlantti Coast Line Railroad
Coinpany will participate in o;ne way
settlers' rates from Ohio and Missis-
sippi river gateways-Cincinnati, 0.,
Louisville, Ky., Evansville, Ind., Pa-
ducah, Ky., Cairo, I11., St. Louis, Mo.,
and pointabeyond; also in basing rates
from Memphis, Tenn, (tickets not to
be sold 'from Memphis proper), for
points on and north of the line of the
Frisco system (Memphis to Kansas,
City), to the following points in Flor-
ida, Georgia, North and South Car-
olina and Alabama located on this
system, or to which the coinpany forms
part of an authorized ticketing route,
at following rates under conditions,
Rate-One-half of the standard one-
way fare, plus $2 00.
Dates of sale-March 3 and 17, !903;
April 7 and 21, 1903; May 5 and 19,
1003; June2 and 16, 1003; July 7and
21, 1903; August 4 and 18, 10)3; Sep-.
tember 1 and 15, 1903; October 6 and
20. 1903; November 3 and 17, 1903.
Conditions-Contract and each cou-
pon of tickets to be faced "second-
class, not good in parlor or sleeping
hlre are some of the staple crops of
the different sections of this territory:
All vegetables and small fruits,
peaches, pears, grapes, figs, oranges,
pineapples, grapefruit, watermelons,
citrus and other fruits, wheat, corn,
oats and other grains, tobacco, cotton,
peanuts, hay, rice.
The policy of the Atlantic Coast Line
is to foster all developments along its
It claims that it is the greatest
trucking road in America, and it prom
vides every facility for getting farm,
garden and orchard products to the
northern markets in the best possible
condition, in shortest time, and at low-
eat rates.
In no part of the country is there a
greater abundance of game and fish
than on this line.
Northern farmers are invited to
write for information in detail about
the territory of the Atlantic Coast
He Wnta Moved.
"Did the quotes of .S bird ever move
you?" asked the poetic girl.
"Yes," replied the young main. "I used
to cull on a young lady, and 'every time
the cuckoo announced the hotW Of 10 1
went home."-Chlcngo News.
Crtar In K Moderation.
Wife-If I were' to die, Phil, what
would you do?
Phil-I'd be most crazy.
Wife-Would yot marry again?
Phbl--No; I wouldn't be that crasy,--
Kansas City Independent.

Klidey Trouble Makes You Miserable,.
Almost everybody who reads the a.wa-
papers I sure to know of the wondrful

s | tho gare kidney, Jtvlu
Siand bladder remedy
It !s the roat e
tcal triumph of the nlin-
tonenh century; di"
ojmcoed ster yesr ot
eclentlllo rea yl
.- neat kidney nd bltAd
dpr speclalst, and is
a .me back, ,blidd, ui ad ts
bles nd Brlht's ea., which tI thi worst
orm kl troublee,.
Dr. Kilmkrs ,wa RMi!oot f' not reoc
snmmend dfor everything but if you bavok*d
at.t llvtr or btadder broiet will bo found
just te eremiedy youed. It has bttnsted
snaso many ways, in hosp(tli work, in private
prstit, i th hehe-tpr 40to
ibe tkiB llef nhas prove

evey76*etha U t MygrEnahlt -
beon made by wh 1 reader. of this p.per
who have not alrsey tried ft may have a
telling more alott Swamp-Root bed how 1
osdenit styou havd knyr or Meetler r
=Mhe nwrtOO chsteb"dbyng
.of a ths a
I otDr-K Klm .BH
amton, N I* .Y. f

Don't make -an*y nltt*,bt reneau
beit the name, SweampRoot, Dr. El).%:


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IJP gy fgEg ? !g

JAMESa M a LRD, ft, o~
r $ ale by Johnson Bros., G ainesville

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G ai nesvil te, Ftrida

Men We Want to Talk To.
I1Ci believe that (f > i r n)mO( in Gii.t'il/ e a a c/OtAi/ rxp,(rt--
'if mvm#'/ .rn in Of'i.ni, .,//ft ku'('w the positive fuel in 'ic rasb- rieMt
every 'manl iti Gawi'i'/r r'n,,dl o)tf ,otVesraight to #8s fe.' at/ i' ('(',(hiligq.
Ea'ch weCt'k we w1ll 141h/1i.ih ia little (frj11m11n t o1n thixi skIt (if''. '17his
weck's argument A dir'


WVhy are the best-dresased nmotn
in (Gainesvillo our patrons?
Why do experts on dress inva-
riably buy I romi us?
The answer is obvious-they
know what theyy want in cloth*i
ing and their diserimli ntlion
tells them wo haIv it.

IfIc I''l t4pre to ,D/hsay th if tthe
qstiimln wererI put to (o1 t1th' crift-
c lU- crefl dre's-e'r iI(/niGaie'
aie, trul,'dallq or o/heoteetily,
as to who dst the bcef e/lothin t,
t.e instrmitfnco roim.. w r 01#1 4Ml
be.: "l WhH/, Altroum. Ende'. of

Speakg(exp'rtson elith.ing, w'e i!tiVA 0t 04 tAROTS
an sell to experts because we )uy '
Sf ro expert--Schlssa Bros. & C0,, of
> naltliore, tij wnlly-ramoos mal.ore
of t 'e +"Bso t.lotiihin lin-the-'orWd.h" a O
SAll their garment boar this labI.,l:

Out fitter to Particuhar Men.
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e Atantica Coast Line


h St So th twAst 'et'
: i uqP eI IJaHerk'vi s c,
i4 ta"ai Ul ,, vUV M,, ,,>,nionrr

Rapid Transit aud Uinsurpid Bervice
Timo TIbl in effect April 14, 19W.

shlOIpa 'High Spri nt, Newtwery sad Inter-
D :ly O tediate 'tOits

... Palak D40 ytona, Jakshonvitll" ,

S.or...., East s.B d W t
*i*Iiai 111g' ig h$pui 'Ko"tk, Za, t aW, .itest

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Arrlvd Vrom


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9.23 :iWf a
I liatll

+ lhlly

I, Ipl orr8 n K' of among &)s pryle
a "it. by **rkn *i
to NewYot i Atis
9 horn llw :

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If^^'.fWS! '9 W~f^w ^H^^wW|' ^^^y^^^^ wfl^BI^'..^ ';
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W A NT)o. ,Men to earu trbert rpdo Yeeam .'w

to mill1t, tt tabiictt Ur t New, Iont> ow,
Loum, Sftn 5'risncteoMo.H Omah. l1etl)ettN enict W
Tools tvltn>, otstthnw w itinln. Partlular :
tiuttllt MO)0I1 t I $I IA al.OLUIU0N, Now

Matlushiek Pianos,

liURA llllITY.

nlv't piano for thll tryle v i llntmte,. t dst
tUnol loner t hn others, oonmtrotred of
Iest (imtoritm~i, mtid) m iml arsiUol
workm>onihlt l obtaitnabltt l@. I
Vp to d(1l4e In over
detl0 tl It1d 1ti

ohld by n i ontimuomly ort
without a single failure. If ou
want a piano 'or a llfe10ime'
servioe buy tho
Mathu .je Is T
1'riloes as low Is too k lvjL4iwIth nustlUy
I C Mhb or onl o1uNy rsiwu. '801lnlo I 41. ll l't
trnl. W iiivy. freli tu. Write
fio prihs TrtI)AY.

Ludd.en & Bates

Southern Music House,


. GA.



S 1870

l ills, Iron, W ire, Pipe, it i.

tngs, Beltlng, Pcklngetc,.

l tiglt I, i ( ar Imto, Hold in aly

pet One of Our sataloopee.

Baird Hardware Co.*



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Highest Market PriOces Pid.

D. kirkland,
415 to M 64. Juliai. at,,


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Ix) YOU W tan a4ohwto A &ht
buy un w lou .vh e a ee ri et::
onley. I kepo, n ant, tbW;,
of MTalaon ii tti t httO ^< |(
o baae. s, . oad sn e1a+t
prio .Cll on or aldreo 0. A
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884 P W Ah I Es a Atax.


i -

-,,el' of -otase-House Passes
..ies."i O i S a 0-ar tf .e.gislators.
llasseen, May 1,-Iy a vote of
s0 the tat tis morning passed
|iU 'apppi^ti"ng' $ot,000 for en-,
itte and practiee :marchtes for
;P troops for t0 years 1908 arid
Sle ^th& t tihe encampmenmt
ii August of this yearr.
S1Sn4 Jacksonville are
Qr ltheSite .
'W confronted Tuesday
$ h largiabutidle of bill
irt4 eadin and a few min-
the session opened .work
tlid.le!niang, the number.
he tli~le pad werethe: fol-
iitte bill amending section 8 of an
(ild t.0 6 n ;,aet to regulate, the
d4itopolitioal. primary elections
b tate of Florida, for nominating
i.atls for r an'rty office under the
State, and for nominating
i tes political conventions, ap:.
2v3 May 8 1, 1901.
etst_ bill to iamend section 10,
4e 4 Laws of Florida, entitled
l to provide for the issue, cus-
ideromption, sal4 and transfer of
vle certtifeates, and' the issue of
'1, ,ld prescirlbing the. duties
aofflcer In 6onneotlon there.
pproe4May 80, 1901.
i4 bil' to ainned sectlon.s 205,
?A $i Ot of sutb-chapter 2 of' the
61 t -ute of the State of Flor.
J"|i.0,6 $P e0i P01al Prodisons for
in : and Loan Assooletions."
0040,l ii fpr thel relief of Mrs.
ty ieth~Diitkison, widow of the
OeOinte Gen. J. Diokleon, granting
penilon of #$5-per month for life.
senate joiht resolution proposing
bth o i.the o:onstitutlon. rela-
4t to optit"', making'orlminal courts
eolo*rd ourgs of record, and enlarg-
g their url4dltion an, powers.
e6at itll ti r the reli r of the Vo.
se Cotutty Bank.
SB6te bill to amend the election)
W so as to provide that the office of
Sre~(atration officer shall be' open
i .two periods in each year, in June
Sl iSptember, at the court house in
h lunty. oc n-
nitte bill to prescribe the contpen-

| ati of sheritta when going to anoti
*rt $Ste for prisoners.
Rste' bi ito protect 1the sponi
S o, t State d to licenas nor
etl onti' staking sponges therefrom.
'Sepate bill to make tar deeds issue
r tt boe isuid under tho provlslot
Wad in th. form prescribed by chapti
4$88 .of the Laws of Florida, pritr
fa.tle evident of title.
Senate bill to proenriho the time ft
.the qualifloation of electors for .a
i talp li elelctlous ini the ritate.
i tiator Laiw's bill anmendiig the la
e: ettlatilpg the cArrying of firenrm
lop.^ ai t Tsshed e The .bill apples.
3 co':ae anid makes the law that rlig
Benator':rown's bill to declare. t
oba ~1ning of adva n ces of money or ati
I plle upon the part of the farm laborer
0i:n4 the failure to carry out such' eoi
tract, a tmisdotneanm'o and to fix itl

'iS"nator Brown's bill to require ral
way companies to equip their oara 'fi
Iatrylg timb-r with standards,
| ports, strips and othor .npplianes,
4efeited by a vote of 11 to 15.
Other bills passed by the Senate thi
iftebrnoon included one to prohibit tl
shooting of wild ducks between tl
hou t of sunset and sunrise; for tl
rroction of wild game in Santa RHo
cuInty; giving Orlando similar righ
4t those nowhold.by t0he city of Sal
fi[edn ithe road and bridge taxes
ih",,e untty, by granititg to Orland
S l r: - I~fltrout said. taxes 'on proper
i hJe Houilethls, A fteranoon passed-
IWa1t hfilIzai the, amount to I
4 ,.legitslaltors and attaches' for. t
estflo: No apmendmlntottts were ma
t I the btll' wh Olt fixes the pay of met

p, Pr milel. .BIli. on, second readia
oe tidere an several wtre o
roa f third reading t
'a the m wuse r
hasetitt ll b tnt'odued

il pa^ss.ge o; wha t 0 srowo a
tB B, wn ldw bill, or suehi o it siri-a
lar' m3 g'r~tal ng fofite pu pose the
aidin'n' ithie biodintg 4nd ~ei.strue-
tlon of hard-surfaoed 'rod' i iftliith4 0;v
eral States arnd territories, Several
thought it a Republican scheme, "and
others did not see how it would benefit
the Stateo The' bill was defeated by a
vote of 17 to 38..
Sf natorl)3ount's bill to define the
gra.tes of InEtroHtion which shalt be
taught in the uniform system of the
public schools of Florlda, to' aid and
encourage .the establlshinintof public
high schools and'jrual grded sstcools,
to prescribe conditions, provide for in-
spection, and to make an appropriation
therefore was passed by a vote of 48
to 9. then reconsidered and referred
back to bills upon second reading for
Senate bill to provide for the levy of
taxes for 1003 and 1004, was passed by
&a vote of 39 to 4. Under this act,
County Commtissioners maty make a 8-
mill levy for the building of hard-sur-
face roads.
Senate bill repealing the law defln-
ing the boundaries of St. Petersburg
was passed.
Mr."Drane's House bill to provide
for testing the legality of elections
held to determine whether intoxicat-
Ing liquors, wines or beers shall be
sold, and to p)roehibit collateral contests
therepf In prosecutions for crimes, was
Mr. Trammell's bill to prohibit the
falso-labeling, tagging, branding or
marking on any wrapper, box, bottle,
case or package used in shipping or the
handling by-any person in Florida of
any drugss, medicine, liquor, wines,
beers or cider, and the sale, or offer-
ing to sell, the same so labeled, tagged,
branded or marked, and fixing a pen-
alty for violation thereof, was passed.
This bill will prevent any person from
having liquor sent to him labled
"kerosene', pr "syrup," or any other
false label. It will alao stop the
shipping or jogs into dry counties ad-
drossed-to "Joohn Doe." It was stated
on the floor that persons could go into
some express offlees in certain dry
eounttie, ask foray package addressed
to John Doeq, and receive same on pay-
mernt of cost of material and trans-
Speaker Gibbons this morning ap-
pointed Messrs. Mote of Lake, John-
ston of Pasco and Findlay of.Fafayette
in compliance with the Hlouse resolu-
tion relating to the Investigation in
conn elcion with the Key West armory
bill. Speaker Gibbdrn stated that Mr.
Strozier, the mover of the resolution,
declined to serve uponi the opn aitteeo.
Disastrous Wrecks.'
Carelessnes is responsible for many
a railway wreok and the same causes
are making human wreockt of sufferers
from Throat anG Lung Troubles. fsut
since the advent of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Oolds, even the worse oases can be
cured, and hopeless resignation is no
longer necessary. Mrs. Lois Oragg of
Dorchester, Msa., is one of the many
whose life was saved y Dr. King's
New Discovery, MPhie grand remedy il
guarantet'd for all Throat and Lung
disease by all dru ists. Price 80.
and #l.0O, Tria! bottles free.
Auguatta, Ga., 4s making a, staon e.
for, to land the state <,amp of the srat
and Thilrd tV.itents.
In opting the ooates Kiug Alawo
appecaled to the legislators *to 1 tm t
In revivtifyng Spain.
Twenty lllptiAno anatics have been
killed and many wounded by the fla.
under Colnel Taylor,.
Sheriff Oroves, of Murray county,

who went to Texaw after owe prisoner,
has just returned with. tb:ree.
The UhAtid States supreme court
has de'(d44 that tuhte Southera ralJ
way hla s ctlUsnshlp in Northt Oar-
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ut Adl'ieuestvol by the stat eftpart" |
ty ot Widloate that RuIta's ,our tni
Marnhurtia Is ruining the Amerbean
cotton tiAe" la the province.
Rerefrritng to th estate oft M. TiTl-
Sloch rgardlngn t0e postal osadala,
8is Stimtof Plat, of New York. .as"
de thoet portlow relating to ht t are-
S Citizens of New O-eams ar sat
S$1,0(00 to Maiss Had1y, the l ndamft
r- lis Chanimbermats who reftsee to ueia.
o- uap a bed which BooIre.b W~ubte

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.N.* rvsYork AreVictimsnt$''
0 Itconci g fi at av Fo biousress, constipation and malaria.
*uccessn I hi ita operations. and F of4 ~tI~ k and nvou eahr dac. ,n eo
which the lJrget business orga For fe 4 chills,0 debality and kidney diseases4a-elea en li1l
teiona l.the eity have Tfalln vtiWm. L adiles, for natural and thorotgh organic regulation, take gLeno i
It. is declared that there have been 50:, t ents and $100) bottles at druggists.
formed In thiB city two alleged collet- Prepared only by Dr. H. Mozley, Atlanta, Ga.
tlon agereljs whhch are believed to
be operate by the same individual... -A.T T.
Their r-an 1 simple. An -gent of GRAT1TUDE" I *
one of them' visl,i" a buziacss nan r H Moaley-Dear Sir:. Since using your Lemon Elxitr I have nevr a
the ge erjt oc e 0. nl or poratoln another attack of those fearfuisick headaches, and tharik God tha Ihavt e A
having, firit-A.a1 ued of ,Dome l0 rottapd last found a medicine that will cureithose awful spellS. ETT' O
$ng dt ~dnc~ iue to the Indi*ald Parkerat-1rgW.'Vait,. MRS. TTA.W ,,:;v
or Vomi;ay. 'IitecId. Th's indebted' .Tki'bg .
nees & iamd t r.mn-.e f etn or per.
son weo h tailt-'i a business or who eyt0 "
The stltenica.t is made that 'his t a
agency hasi omr Jr.toA ecret knowledge boweIs, bit regular action cannott be secured until the liver
of the fac- t.fat theo ltudgjent debtcr secretes enough bile to make the ,ntestlnes
had c.pme into po-sessalon. of certain execute their natural functions Unnat-
property. en t p l s made uralagitaton caused bycathartic compels
that for a reaso.nal.e commission tne continual andaIncreasing doses to
debt will be collected with interest atta the results,
vance, the amount 1e' gveri aed by
the apparent wiliingners of the crel d-. .
Itor to ,have'the collettlon o0 the debt i ver;' dures Ohill-
.attended to. In soma canes a l arge Atid Fever, and every form i0f
sum ha been 1i!d to hrve th'v ju lg- Malarial, Bllious, Remitting and Inteif
ment reflled In court and to have the 1 mitting Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the
claim placed in shape for collect trouble ork pemnent cure.
The payment of the ree is the Ilat trouble, work permanent cure.
heard of th cease by the creditor unil FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLI'
a request is made for a report, when
the invariable reply is "favorable For Saleby Johnson Bros.. Gainesville
progress is being made." ......h
No fewer than 100 of these cases ".
have been reported to the New York H30BS'A..3TIS EDD 186.
Credit Mens' assoclatti% 'and corn-
plaints have been received from mer-
chants in Boton, Cliacago, St. Louis, I
Kansas City, Indiantpolla, Baltimore, H a
Plttsburg, StI Paul andF GOcina C OTTON DE PA RT M E N T.
Police .ergeent Philip Miller, of Chl.
Chlcago,I May 20.-While seIrohing In Seed or Lint, Lartge or Smatll Quantitle-..
for five h1014up men who had robbed
Alderman' Peter Wendling of money Advances made, Warehouse charges free. Firm n ff,
and Jewelry amounting in value to made by letter or wire. Oorrespon4d-
several hundred ,diollurs, Police .Ber- eOl*C solicited.
geant Philip Miller was shot and killed . ... ......... ... ... __ __. :
today. The sergeant, acoompatiled .. . .
by two detectives, had met three men
Sn Dearborn street near Twenty-flr t,
and believing they were sItlcious '
persons, demanded to o.,t -i- -A O Re HtL
names. Thie next moment, the police
"ay, one of the men drew a revolve
and fired two shots. The ftititbllet ockson vi led's Finest
paseed thr~ i Miller'g rIht l ^ Jacksonville's Fin est
passed th r6Uih Miller's r hrt t t ; ..
e el to he ground. And
Hio .ompions Immeditely .j ,A ,,
their revolvers gand begaa ahootibi .t FLORIDA'S LARGEST AND
Is believed onf, of the suspects as .
shot, but all their escaped lt dAr BESTYEARROUND HOTEL
II- jDOD4E&.-UlENLS, Owners and Proprietors
BOOTBLACK FINQ8 $10,000 IL. "..
IReoelved Magnranlious Reward of $10
Philadelphia, May 90.-"Carmine
Oammorata a bootblack, found a $10,-

the loser and received $10 a a U |
ward. A few nmimutes later. Police-e
men Volner nicked .up at the sam6 e wsor. '- '

'er a pocketbook containing $850. He
also restore4 It to the owner godhit
recowpenae was' Tlhank youtI
As no one saw Cammnorata find the
$10,000 bill he might havb kept t. A
moment or two .ter lhe had picked 4t
up s young m"an, 04akmsg from nervo
thtlg h turried cAp to the bootblack's
staad and asked it the note had 1We,
found. When t wasI given to hWin he
gaSped and fated"' "" "
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Once when *ch f Jatlce. John Matr
shall was driving i'n 1lr4nia he found
that the tire on one of his wheel* was
loose and kept .fDptK on of He didn't
kauw 'a great'' di atout common a-
fairs, for he h.ad ikt iaed much with:
the common afLtat oft te, but he di d
know that wat. would tighten a tire
on a wheSel. b he e e to a 'itoo.
branch and drqv*, Ito .t and got one
little section of twihel* wet, then
drove out nd baud ed h horsa, amd
th. same part o r.. 1*hoeel went Into
the water agait, aau he pulled beek
and kept seesaW ng ckwartd an f#or
ward, all the to1 getting the same
part of the wheel wet. While tbwSdge.
waa bothering ttwraelt about bow tI
get the wvhoeel 'e 1 o ..came ..along
.an, seeing the (te.,lon, told hinm to
back into tle w"t0" _at*e ai. Is 414 ,
and the negro to" ot the spoke
of -the whel **A, 5tu Wgl It around di.
retley, had it wtaMl around.. Judge
Marshall .aid, *:Wel,. neve tl. ught a
or that."' Th4'.1 <('irte Weu61
soine men just-u to ae.a t .e sense
than other aay *a

U.pgerdson-.Ot i* *trgt(b of lat
rweinentdatteRI AsOt aiulseaS the
other day, alt 0" I id .
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AST"'N T O L utiunittrs from iFe se-D

v oer uttaonACo's Bank, Gnearvtle
uch Were Possible Perf~rm- b% then o otoe a rec d i y. 1 Poelteion. to Orown and ridge wo
I Cured by the use of kodol are received daily. Poe
c Was Better Than Befor, Their troubles nearly ft! begin with Indig.
t lonor other stomach disorder. GORDON B. 'lSO,
SIt the food you eat falls to give strengthi D rT
HE AUDIENCE WAS DELIGHTED to your body, It is because the Juices s .,a D
creted by the stomach and digestive organs
characters AssumedTher Re- I nadequate to transform the nutrient prop- Graduate Baltimore Coullee Dental surgery
Characters Assumed Their Re- ties of t he food into blood. That I rive year' experlenee In New, York City.
pective Parts With Great Earnest- Indigestion. The system Is deprived of the Crown, Brtide work and tiin Sipoitiatlea.
am ount of nourishment required to keep up' Au. WoeK GUiARAran a.
|ness, and Deserve Credit for Ex- the strength, and the result Is that one or OrireOl iNa ipi Siooos. GAINIvu.LU. FL.
t;iellence of the Entertainment. mie of the delicate organs gradually grown i i. J. P"MRSON.
weak, and then weaker, until finally it Is D" J. H.PIERSON,
f ever there was a play which made diseased. Here a great mistake sl made DENTIST
o little people happy and the older That of treating the diseased organ. The
ople glad, it ha bee.n the Land of best doctors in the land make this very South de Square .......... inesv4lue, Fl
iopie giaa, it nas been the s Land o1 rlistake, Why should they ? It itsoeasy
., which-has been presented --at thetoape that the trouble is not there.
ra house for the past two nights. e arnes Ulock. neros the hall froni Smuith's
he performance last night was
Smoother than Tuesday night, and The K o d o l I T w. PATrIoN.
.an presents the following complete
1t of characters for all the performers CIVIL GINE R AND SURVEYOR
go to sleep sld dream by : u r t Se DeInS As.. I^n1. T Ah.ily I ot.
IThe Old Sand Man, George Tyner; This famous remedy puts the stomach and ever section of lad In A u county.
ak O'Dreams, Fletcher Burnett; digestte organs in a healthy condition so CorrepodeMe ol olt
ueen of Dreams, Misa Inez Ford; that rich, red blood Is sent coursing through J. DEMI'SY.
other Goose, Miss Alice Gray ; Lady the veins and arteries of every muscle, tissueH6
tr Goouofe, Miss l Alle She f and fiber throughout every organ of theo en- FURNITIURE REP.A IHl 'D)
rtune, Miss Idelle Shelton; Queen of tire body. and by Nature's law of health, full and Made Ne w
H Moon, Miss Frances Davis; Queen strength and vigor Is soon restored to each. LOOKING GLASSES i t HVsl, RmD.
",the Dollies, Miss Catherine Hamp- Kod l cures indigestion, dyspepsia and ail
-; Dream Princess, Miss Claire stomach disorders.. I We buaor sell' flrnlturo. or t atn ontraniot
F l r i I have taken Kodol for nearly two monthi woly the oon itsfecaU.o lPatraunie
irlngfellow; Queen of the Flowers, after each meal and it Is the only remedy ,. .. I -s.....
is8, Nellil Stroohar; Dream Prince, that gave relief from the terrible pains I ALFRED S. TAYLOR.
P. Riohards, Jr.; Goblins, Phil M- endured, Aft6r a time would take t butPAIN G
thur, George Tyner; The Si Little once a day, old now while I keep a bottle PAINTING A N
thr, George Tyner; The Six Little andy I sldom needit, as it has redme. PAPER H AN(IN.;
eepy Head, Margaret anon, MRS.. O, Mlo Center, N. Y. GAINESVILLE. FLItRIDA
V arion Manasse, Eva Jernigan, Jack Kodol Digests What YO Eat.
)I!ilstead, Mark Wooding and Yerger Bottli 0wi1. 41.00o hsoldaeo 2 times the tdia Agent for DECORA0 ORS W ALL i'r'Ei
,.Patton; Dream of Sprites, Emily Van- size, which alls for 0o conts. COMPANY. Now York,
|derventer, Lucia Patton, Mainie Can- r p ,,, tO-. D W--WI& O.. & 0o0AOO
Inon, Maud Davia, Mamie McGrew, & MCOY4LUM. oaso, U. wA kU SAnustTr. anIAI
Islay Eddins, Kathleen King,. Julia
K King, May Pinkoson, Irene Kauffman, ni MIMAND WOMEN. WALKER & SHAYLOR
Gladys Maclarland,Hannie Ellis, Mary l i T dhl.if I ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
Ammons, Maude Jolley, Susie Wood- i o i rmoI a Ar Ta r .violl
ing, Eloise Vidal, Marguerite String- Plaes, nd uostria. Jacksonville, Florida

Pearl Lee, Sadie Brown, Pearl Colson, iWMA._ _t i."loreiIn plain rt -1--
Julia Patton, Catherine Haile, Jessie j ioSblb rS .AFE BELVEDERE.
Oheenut; Brownies, Ching Ching, Al- iWM.BCHILJLR. l rorietor.
bert Vidal; Sallor, John Gray; Clown, C L 182 W. Foryth at., Jacksonville, Fla.
Fred King;-, Policeman, Harry Kauff- TO THE PUBLIC. 1O W. F opposite h t Jaon ille Fl
man; Prince, Albert Harper; Uncle We, the undersigned, .eroby agree
Sam, Fred;Hampton; Irishman, Ben to pay *1,000 to any manufacturer of Best dining place in city. Fine
McCormick; Indian, Ray Wither- paint who can show, by simlar tests, Wines, Liquors aid Olgars.
spoon; Scotchman, Philip Ammons; any paipt standing upon any metal
Soldier, Forrest Whiting; Negro, Le- surface as perfectly and for so long a HT WEST END,
Roy Pound; Jap, Ernest Kauffman; time a ur o. FINE WINES, LTQUORS & CIOAR1
Dude, Theodore Cannon ; Jockey, Den. (KAPMITBE ELASTIC PAINT. JO't NZWM., I'optietor.
aild Cannon; Turk, Turner Mixon; We guarantee GRAPHITE .ELAS- si.tla w. lar at.. JtkioekonivlUo
Brownie, Finley cannon. King's TIC paint to contain 110 tar, rosin, as
Pages, Wallace Parham, Neills Befker,'phaltum or any of the products of Faust heer, boltle aoldra ithit. Don't
Huglh Becker, Geo. Moseley. Dwight petroleum, and when applied to any fow__ en i_ Jnaelovil...le i
Whiting. Carl Smith; Crown Bearer, surface according to our directions to
Frank Milstead ; Standard Bearer' I wear perfectly for a period of five HEN IN JACKS NVILLE'
Ralph Chapin. years, and we agree to furlish, free of --Vilst the---
Archdeacon Gray kindly loaned his charge, all paint necessary to repaint THE C0RYTAL SAI)ON AND ROOF
presence and assistance as the King of any surface where it has proved de. oARDI i
Nod, and a Jolly Old King" he proved fective. signed, The bettUquors in theoity. Inter.
sure enough. He evidently o. oyed The National Paint and Varniih Co., talnent eery night at Roof Garden
himself as much as any of the children. Cleveland, Ohio;, U. 8, A
The recitations of all the Dretm take pl.aetiria e 1^ii anioutoein !0i a oLD T.AABL.
and the Fairies were so good that it we have secured controM J f4roAai^ '
would really be unjust to compare one 1tt for the sale of the eoebi tjd Tl71. SBBTM' M1ITAt4, AND
with another. Miss Ines Fod i.ng QAPRi ITE ELASTIR '(ik L.tt AtW ,10STA iL4S"MENT
beautiful solo at the bushing of the kwn as Unclo Sam pat
Sleepy Heads, and Miss AlItce r I f intkU the highest andorpmrut itt for
rendered, with her charasoteristic ex. metal o a '
cellence, the song of Old Mother T. TIOMA Ml C. Q i Ieae usasr
Goose. M., Johon Gray m.ay well rest "giie. I IM
" from the labors of this bes nkfwl .e. rI 'I I .5A III0 ml.n
terialnielni, feeling that~ll *1 he 4hi.-

$4od, largely throughbhr e00rts i SJeenV i0 t Ol u C
a great sues .. 2,, io. 'a Ms ii FlorI.rd&
A Physkcian Healed. i .. : --

Dr. Geo. Ewing, a praitlelngphytitoAn
of amith's Grove, Ky;., for over thirty.
yvars, write his...personli eXpertenoe
,wlth Foley's Kidney Oure: "Fv o pyarin
:1 had been greatly-bothered whit kI d.
ia y and bladder trouble and ente4etd
prostate gland. I used eter64 1t ,
known to the professtion *itboI4 relic!,
,nilt 1 eoTmeneed to au u oly's N14-i
ily ,are. After takinI three bottles
iwtaieti"urly reliy ,y4 .*i4
id heartily reoommelInd ito ue to alu
,0:01tismns tfor suoh ltrb D"Weribed it in hand redwa of ass wIt h
iplerfes ,oemi% old-ir by i. 0. Wal* .

Soy ajttn by DI
smea, Alt. May *.-Wiitt'e '.
yearold son of !r.." W. Ita'.~et o
d city, was sbttt? by a do% 1sterday1
dn which showed O1Wi ot ifro
bist Afiec comttuka.soti1.,twith p
Pyat etgi., WU, n 4cl4
S te lA to the Pltet tt*-w
it Atlsa1t for tre.a* t, *m a &
stal esave for At4tem wit& the
sae 45 tls *Mr ^a
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lt:rmcvIv JANIAST N14. 190 '

No. so No.aT No.M Betwet, Jacksourtile lsl Now YOrk
PItOOn I 4t 4i aLv, Jt01monvtule, Fl .... o., ly .............. 0A
l9& 0 4 ) 5a5n Lo gsavannfth. G.,..... ", ............ AsW.
t) a 98 a 1W p Ar. Colubiat, 8. ..... .,..... .. L. '1t
t11o 133 aIt) Ar, Ciarltnotto.N.C ..... ....... ...,.. Wr,
1* 0 ip 3 Ill 3 t4 Ar. rouarltboro. N. ,....
20 p 8346 1 to ? a Ar. Dunvllo, V .... ........ ...... Lv.
026 P .... tt M a Ar.ltioh on Va so... .. o. .............. L. 1, 0. o .. 1l16
4 17 I io a 1ft a Ar. L.nohbuiir. V......So.RY .............. a p *
tt 1 TrM .4 5 Ar. Cbarlottosvlle. Va,. ,........ 'Lv 1
9110 >1011l 740 Ar. Wilshlnttoon. D. C... .,-....., a......T. at ta
I IIi! )00 IX) Ar. linhlnioo. ld .... R, It... ...... 0v fa 9
a a I l lS I l) l -, Ar. Ph i ellhhla I ... ...,.,,..... ,,. .
1 a it 4 13 a 43 p Ar. N w Y. .. S (
SNov.:.9 alb 'iim T ne 'aotiuthern allIti '' S tr11t ( Plimall
roouim onmpnrtulwt, ohlb. oolilbtw.stto, o(t>worvtioiln ati tl Una otva beto0a Jaa ttvt c t '
New Watk. Airrive titilyv ot't Mxum ltU Kluvomuitly IxotlItslunltyn.tIy
Noe 3 an iil 31 Y N ork a Pl i'lorkl t axprvw." PiUBMWAI dr wiAlf rI W)l de plniiotpsars t4 a
dininai oirts bo0t we\ei Jloksotivl'vie ila New York, CosoOhwm between Ja inonvllle 1101 W4,iltl dVI '
li tonl niully.
Nos. 30 aii !. "1h WIrt.hlltl)onl lTuol I iuimiDted." ullatn I ldratwilnwa loi sieptlog "A
between J aokt.onviUlleit Now Ywrk<. tih betwteel Jaolkonvtlle alndlan i Wts.lilntill. Dnlli ;
oars b!twt't1. t'oltitlnla) apd I tiVtiwtain ton, ),) y.... .....-... .
No. | Thraough the l.atnud of the .ky. No.a9
7 M 1 I IV. ...... ..... .... jio tiv ll t l t ......... Ar.. II at
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a3T Ar ... ii plrtnts, N. ....... yo. R .... tr. 1t4A1
000 Ar ,..... ... .. I xvltv u< TOllIII....... .. i, 1t ... .. .v i lz .
8 161 a Ar........ .. ... 'l il i ................... ... .,
Nai. 2 tti. I't-lina drawing rooi ir g m liti : w ff tailo, ilnictoar bitiwooa JII'II5iuX* lri li
No. .No. 1 lilet wmt. Ja(ksowI' le and the Northi WaeW t XO N0
"1 10 T 7451lb Lv. "Jilokwionvile. 3l'lt .... .t h........... xw... ............ .. -Ar 6 a .!
lw 01 ail0 Ia I.v. Jeaiap, Oit. ;.... . ..... ... ............ 11,A wiH
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W B& ] t) 1 Ar. ClnoinnatL ...... ....... .
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6 30 lt 7 10 ) Ar, ta htatoi, .AlIat Four ..... .. ......a (oI
4 11 8 11 L'Lv. Ci^noinantAl io.l.. P.enn. Lin ... . 46 a
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38 a 141 .v., ,(lol ,innia.ti, .h.o H. A -Mon n............... Ar. 7 a i
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a t0p a10) a A r. Toledo. Ohi. ... ., ..... L,
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I*n ^ with &Msaa M ....DEPARTUR TYNH
Mrs. Xli beth *aR of Waldo was
shopping in tlHe city yesterday. EskomablLady e AoMNrsAT tM
alWee, WrSpent Winter.
J W. Williams, a r -hant of Wade, Wer e p ee, ULBE
was a business visitor to thi '.ity .yes. PI1 r, May ;iw-nMt. Ioodspeed,-
tdwho has be' a*ii th winter in
terday. .a T..-h,.-"-:-r h White 1ree Negroes
terday4 shaord w oi shorty return to her Chi. whlito M4t T
T.R.Odera oei ntfe Bel nd cago honmq. She has won many firm pay the Penalty of Their Sins.
one of the most successful men in the fiends in the South asd onFriday, t
West End, was in the cittyyesterday.. the 15th, a farewell reception was ten- GR S KLLD WHT MAN
W. S. Dorsey departed yesterday for tered ber It was heldin Mr. WVigels- NEGROES KILLED WHITE MAN
Jacksonville, where he w1l look after worth's mill and was the finest party Mn N d
hi business interests for a few days. held in thai locality for many years. ere Employed by Man Named an
Mrs. 0. 0. Reddick of Reddiek and The xnli had been transformed into a dal to Kill Barney Brown, a Respect-
Mias Joe MOcarthy of Old Town are in bower of beauty; The whole ceiling able White Man, and When Appre-,
the city, the guests of Jh5e family of T. was covered with a mass of hang- hended Confessed.
B. Elis. gint gray mnoss, while beneath was
stretched "band . a bright Speaial to The Sun.
Christopher Matheson departed yes- stretched bands of bright bunting ar- Lakelid,. May 2,-Tl morning
terday for Poe Spring, where he was ranged in figures or triangles. The 2 o'clock Barney Brown, a white
scheduled to deliver an oration at a side walls were profusly decorated about 2 clock Barey row,, a white
Suinday school picnic. with palms and evergreens, while fae- mian was waylaid and murdered about
F. A Teague ofOcala, who ownsand in the :entrance on a spotless white tw* miles north of Bartow by Aleck
operates an extensive logging camp background stood out in large letters, Kennedy and Henry Golden, two ne-
near Micanopy Junetlon, was at the ceear and distinct the word gros. They were hired by one Ran-
n H t come." Hanging lamps and lanterns da, a-white man who coliducted a
ri. lighted up the room, aLd graceful blind tiger at Mulberry, who has
Trainmaater 0, W. Parhan of the dancersand beautiful costumes added served a sentence of twelve months in
Aotl Coast Line. after a brief so- to the charm, making th whole a pie- the chain gang.
ournwith his family n this city, de- tre long to be remebered. The negroes when caught admitted
parted for Dunnellon yesterday, Refreshments of cream and cake that they killed Barney Brown, and
Mr. M. D.. Bartleon and Miss Flora were served beneath the trees where a that they were paid to do so by Ran.
Fontane of Mieanopy arrived in the huge fire of pine knots gave both light daw.
city yesterday, and will be the guests and heat, aud rustic tables and benches The two negroes, in the center of
of Mrs. George M. Colhnan for a few beside it gave pleasure and comfort, whom was the body of Randall, were
days. The merry-makers had such a royal found swiniing to a limb near Mul-
Whern you want a pleasant physie good time they were loath to part and berry this morning, and their bodies
try Chaibertain's Stomach and Liver danced into the wee pna' hours of were riddled with bullets. Randall, it
Tablets. They are easy to take and is said, made a desperate fight, but
pleasant in effect. For sale by, all morn. did no harm
droggists and medicine dealers. On Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. didno harm.
Single young men will find the George Taylor gave a croquet party in A great many of the citizens of
coziest furnished romE at the honor of the same lady. The grounds Lakeland have been to the scene of the
Browni House Annex, 76 cents per were very prettily arranged, and the lynching, and report that the bodies
week to '2. Also several rooms for many lights hanging from and about dangling in space is a ghastly sight.
liht: housekeeping. Apply Brown the large live oaks which encircled the The wet and dry election which wasU
croquet plot made it very attractive. held in Polk contyyesterday passed U
The Atlantleoast Line offers a rate A curteos hot and hotels, excel- off very quietly, with a majority of
of 12. 15, Gaiesville to New Orleans lent music, delicious refreshments. all over 200 for prohibition.
d return, May tho 21s, inclusive, combined to make a delightful even- Cures When Doctors Fail.
with limT returning May 24 A fina ing. Mrs. Frank Chiaswon, Patterson, La., K
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IfMatters of General Interest Oath-
ered by Our Reporters.

What Has Happened and What is Going
to Happen Told In Short Paragraphs
$o That "He Who Runs May Read"
it I:lnThe Sun.
: 1.s: re with ushsana & Hill.
;^',ittetrie eMoyers about those* on,-

i Sam Leonard was in the city from,
High Aprings yesterday.
W. W. amnptm.oi went yesterday to
;Oaha on professional business.
-C. 0. Thomas has returtted from a
brlet professional visit to Savannah.
Today Is Aseension Day. Servieeas
1at Holy trinity church at T a. m. and
"|+:>':.',- 10:80 Ia .
Aftera brief bat pleasan visit to
her son, Atndrew, Mrs. M. A. Coreneas
Sireturne0 to her home in Jacksonville
yesterday. *
..Mason Ison of toala s In the oty,
I aa ro.i skt e turned from an extended
tis"t to the-Paelfle Coast, and reports
S"great bhig time." iia
).. F McloOall, Jr., r. W. Millican
*ia ,ld ,3. *. Padgett formed a trio of
naval store operators who paid Gaitnes-
'ivl le a vsts yesterday.
T hos. Wilson, a prominent lumber
m'aUntaturer of Cadtes. S. ., is lIn the
olty on busieosp connected with the
"United States lad .fllce,,
,' adi5 don't break your bask swep-

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lllitt lo i uUe lom, witj ue exzenuea U
depositing ticket with agent at New
Orleans and paying the customary
ispeeal fee. d-lw
There will be a game of baseball
Thursday afternoon betweo n the two
colored teams, the Gainesville Young
League and the Gainesville Union
Academy. The game will be called at
8 o'clock at the baseball park, and will
likely be witnessed by a great many
wh4<4dimireithe nationar game.
Rev. W, J. Carpenter expects to
make his departure Saturday for
White Springs, where he has been in-
vited on Sunday to deliver the com-
mencement sermon for the White
Springs High School. Mr. Carpenter
is a good talker, and his work is appre-
ciated by all who have the pleasure to
hear him.
N. A. CaUlliso, Judge Horatio Davis,
Evans Haile and a large number of
witnessoi who have been sumnimoned
to the United .tates court in Jackson-
vrllft. A.I ~.WO t"A #- -W it. h a,*- ^t& ^. _

Mrs. Goodspeed said in leaving Flor-
ida she will take with her many pleas-'
ant and fond memories, and she de-
sires to thank all her friends for all
their thoughtfulness and ecortesies.
She fully appreciates their kindness,
and hopes sometime to see them in
Chicago, where she will endeavor to
return some of their many hospital-
ities which have been extended to her
while here. She is looking forward at
some future time to make Florida her
permanent home.
Spring Ailments.
There is an anahng and tired feeli pg;
the liver, bowelp and kidueys becomvi
sluggish and inactive, the digestion
impairedl, th little or no appetite, no
ambiton *: hing, and a feeling
that the wq .ody and mind" needs
toning uP". t troublee is, that dur-
ing winter. there. has been an accumiu-
lation of wate matter tn the system.
Herbine will remove it, secure to the
secretion a right exit, and by it 1 tonic
effect, fully tore the wasted tissues
&nA~~~~~~~~~ f w t me 1 mIta& rtUra t

writes June 8th, 1901: "I had malaria
fever in very bad form, was under
treatment by doctors, but as soon as I
stopped taking their medicine the fever
would return. I used a sample bottle
of Hlerbine, found it helped me. Then
bought two bottles, which completely
eared me. I feel grateful to you for
furnishing such a splendid medicine,
and can honestly recommend it to
those suffering from malaria, as it will
surely cure them." Herbine, 00o bot-
tle at Johnson Brocs.
U. S. Army and Florida State Officers
Inspect Cadets and Guards.
Captains O.G. ean and Oscar I.
Straus, United Sta!te army oBicers
from Forts Barranoas and DeSoto, re-
spectively, arrived in the city yester-
day. and in the afternoon, in company
with the military officers of the col-
lege, inspected the battalion of cadets
of East Florida Seamoary, which they
took occasion to compliment very high-




all line

etc. All fmuner-

al supplies up to date.
Hearse and carriages
furnished when desired.

Personal attention to
all business in this line.
Orders by mail or tele-
graph promtly attend,
ed to.




IngM4 5o av .u C 'r c Ye ,"* villte, ueparteU Wor tat city yjester- KUU a givestrengt .piaceI1 o wea&Uess. YJ.
moth proff, as good as now. Work day. This session of the court will be bo0 at Johnson Br. In the evening, with Col. I. E. Web- Master Arthur Sipprell Will Appear on
done while on the fiaor. Leave oidker
at arer Bros.' etLre, ve orr watched by the people of this section MRS OENSY'S MUSICALE. ster, commanding the Second regi- the Evening f Jele3. .
S .o JM. MMa.t's and get a copywith a groat deal of interest, inasmuch ment, and Captain Layton and Lieu- By request of the Aagementofthe
of my Private Lessons on Drugles as the ase of N. A. Cabison is expect- Will Render Delightful Entertainment at tenanta Blanding and Seagle, an in- Oak Hall baseball team, for the bene-
1ipR and Stelf tealti, Pries. i0 to beheard at this term. Seminary Halt Tonight. speetion was made of the Gainesville fit of which Master Arthur Sipprel,
Semrdsp the- famous bo leturer, il appearig-
c ats pte oIy. Every faml- ty should Mr Joseph Pominvilleof Stillwater, There la a great treat in store for Ouards. the famous boy leetarer, wio appear
ri. tM. A. Hleuter of Fersandint witk the best doctors for stomach lovers of g mlqtuilt when,
S in the city for a hort time yester.- tt o ble, without rwlef, was advised by at the auditorium of ast Florida e andmen ve highly on the dyke ad Northwet aadia Ter-
.Shel w- in routo+ he fro Nhis d4uggist Mr. Alex. Richard. to Seminary, Mrs. Tru"s Denby'sa elas ition of the company from every toy the date ha been changed from
S a, w er as ox of thaeberlain's Stomach wil give an ete tainment This .st idpottw and also complimented Tuesday, June 2, to Wednesday, Jone
ragw Uae* wh,-, ohe has been a LiverTablek. He did so, and is a them i" exellence in the manoal of .
I uti tfor the pat few lays. ell m.t y. troubled with in. e lM includes a nmsber of excellent them in excellence, thq manal o
SIt Lutrlh oastf Cedar Ke outh, wearmana whoha e oand field movem ent.. 'Master Artlar enjoyed an exellent
Seyo e lk f appetite or conatittion give under the trailtag and teaching of World Wie Reputatio. reputation a an: orator. e has ap-
Sxte0site merTh an of that tow, tt. bls a trial, and you are this excellent tether, and those who White's Clream Vermiftge has peaked before audiences in several
ity. Te family tter ait more than leas with attend are assured of an enjoyable achieved a wor d wide reputation as towns ad elie, ad all wo have
Wi ha 4ve.on r*-sidiing in this the rsitlm. For sale at 2 cents- a box
for th few yer, all druits and medicine deale. evening. bein the bit aU wora destroyers, heard him express great admit
ot tohea r lytnear, -ee t fr astFlorida The program consistt of aeteen and~ its t (nt t ioence e.weak ad for ehk young man and or work. yeu m
to aKy at an earl date The committee fro East Florida Theprograt of ninteenunthrifty chi ren, a it neutralixethe handles hi ubjet in a t
a will n tltt heir future homne Semiuary Wh went to Taltahassee number. There wil be no admission acidity or soorne of the stomach, im- e i tm
atiager ;oig of 'the tataite.ville Gals where they joined the board of trus and a cordial invitation s extended pres their digestion, and asmiia- nr, and never fails to hold the attend
.ad Elees ie t.tpy hs ma large eeof thie shool in behalf of the .- to- the pub. oo.. o e, as reot te nervo e t of his he .is u the a
: ne enitad in '#etig poles onthe P pmpriatiou for East Florida %Seminaary, For Those Who kL o on Farms. e h aitd, vigor and elmatleoty of spirit s what should a Fke,' ohi, ,
.lutt.reetrnprprr to running have returned. They weth into the; Dr. Bergin. P.an, Ill., writes: "I ntura to childhood. 2e at Johnson the p hisre sei j at
thl:wirw,- WWrk will prgros rapidly presence of the joint committee on ap havve used Ballard's Snow Liniment; Bros. - ---- Alaah a
4h plant for the next fw months. propiiationt, nd itate that they found always reommend It to y frin, as The Ellis C tage.ua cntyhavin
asnagvr Doig is dtMtermin d to in- everyUttgi in excellent condition. A am comfldent threlaTno better made. Tcoared th f T. M n. Eois,yh having te
imib the pliut ty Septevumber if pousit prominent member of the euim stee it is a dandy for burts." ThEe who The ttage of T. B. Ellis, whi has ete vly be has actuired athorog
i stated yesterday 'tha Senator .- hive on farmsat are especially liable lto been under course of erection for the knowledge of the wayss of thre woe,
+tuany actidenlt euts brn$ms and past few weeks on the picturesque and and has taken satae of hi opp
M .Dale, for.orly chief t okkeep- Creary antd ,Re sentatives Rivers atnd bruises. which 4t. rnpily -when Ba histori old Ellis homesead, West uaties for k no ge
Ster Ford A HIillher. plholhat.e oper. Wilar had praeti-cally covered the la- 's ow Liaui isOpp aped tp. ti tyt e snearingd pletio, ..
as of el, who rent sold tir ground, and Shape matters forit the so s ep athe hose for Ltbsirty otra h Iteariug completion, S MONSO'S SALVE DD IT.
eueb of-e segee. yme, kt, af d t l. a 0 sisd Contraetor Eddins hop"e to turm
Sp!& of Othienktsy, a.accepted a left feeling assand that the matter ............C"eIe
*tallaN poetiona ith l)D to n a Co., as safe intheir halnd The Uaiti' THE MEDALS" AT LAST. a. Twav Do Cctors a Paitt.
Shre l a ilagregation omprise Dr J. ota lle one story in B r. ing of LondMn, a r
oe r yotni as anti' will jrove a NcKit~ry, JrSupt uUiams of te ''Pri- es Won bt 'Student at Florida height. Is will contain six rooms, date of April 21. 8,write
'grt a..quailti0o to ntlagevxte o. Seminary. W. R. Thomas, Dr J.2 State Fair to be Awarded Friday. .nd wi ae e of th' eoie~atn 'dj Simo.son, nesille, F~.
Oieiy, Watkin and hItn. Waher G. Rlobinso The mueal< won b the -~avsadttst-e t r easec is the .Dear Sir: I write to exprean s
a./ MoDonald ots Ihe ) ollsey-' a ca of theit. ainesille .raded st d High d .eu a or own
....t.........m. p. D s t .nce School as tihe S+t*e a, f art Mke Cr l r wth Cs A r y's wre. o
& .. ..it.e ot y :.. -. ....... .'--fo -f-- .m wb yIha ve u
a a "t t Ces e Na. ovember 6astN have newt bee e Notice to, ttolive yels. Twev o
"J. t t ite that the company wiln1" aro hlei trie all sorts o n wtwiue, iered by, thie S~te Fair Assoiation w distrib te blaaks for se Wen n wark the foo, s
nin.rayX Anrtc, i hea. e jeW-: meat "f propety to all property act-sM Ior'" a*." 'lite ." w ..se .
IwU. dterrne to try that.. After taki a meda and t tls
IBfelt V Fr so" 4Qurafter the
'..he Ittilt R, tee- def I felt rele dl- andto 5&v authorisues for pa.. medals or callingg at the olueef ftse i enirely mmedt t*he rsa wal ~'
thereafter was.entirely eured,aud harte r iite aeas, e: olseo t::Hl
"a laes. teew dy hs wneep ay sine. SNeighbors a0 ill be delivered 0I the w M y Prisstag Coaspeey ar sat.. ou entr Pria a b e onasto. w
$ m'%lt I' Tbi Seslo' mne beieJ caed pof ,RhematiW m W.it,.nig Hon. t, W L ktrcby "Pe Roby r
1tsal-,, Ll Kidmo n e, t eooitw.oto

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i Thirteenth Annual Reunion

of War Heroes.

Battle-Scarred Veterans by Thousands
Gather in Crescent City--General
Gordon, Commander in Chief, Is
Cheered to the Echo.
New Oorleans, May 20.-Th3 thir-
teenth an-nual reunion of the United
Confederate Veterans opened at noon
today under the most favorable au-
uplees. The great auditorium erected
In the c ter of the race track at the
fair groutis was filled, with a cheer-
lng, enthusiastic multitulde long before'
the hour set for the formal opening
of the exercises and "whoen at noon
CGeneral J. B. Levert, comiumiiding the
Louistana division, called the .coPtielt
ion to order there was not a vacant
seat in the hal,, whTich easily holds
10 000 persons in addition to ,the 2,000
delegates, and hundreds more were
itmnding around the doorways unable'
to ogin admission.
Invocation by Chaplain GeneraL ,
General Dcvert announced that the'
exe~ctses would be opened with an
Invocation by Rev...J. William Joneds,
chaplain general of, the TUnitea Con-
federatte Veterans. Mr. Jones be-
sought the' divine blessing on the Wrkt
being done by the organization In per-
'petuating the memories of the war and
spoke in a touching inmanir of those
sot2'ers who had given over the unt-

forms of earth to wear the livery of
their grait captAin, Christ.
-Following the Invocation General Le.-
veit int-roduuced Hlon E. -B. Krutt-.
schnitt, of Now OrleeaiS, chairman of
the local Pxecutive coanilttee, ubhder
t whose direction the auditorium was
erected and' all thA" general features
r the entertainment of the visftors
Wanted. Mr.' Kruttschnitit spoke Itn
Mrords of warm welcome to the -dele-
gates and their friends and concluded
his address by tendering- to the old
soldiers the auditorium that had been
erected for their especial use.
Cheers for Gordon.
As commander In chief of the vet-
erans, it was the province of General
Juhn B.. Gordon to reply, and as his
soldierly form anki. tattle-scarred vis-
7 age came to the. front of tlhe rostrum
ithe delegates rose en masse and gave
1; him- cheer after cheer. The general.
,, repeatedly bowed his acknowledgement
of the royal and affectionate greeting;
At the conclusion of his address
G.Oeneral Gordon assumed the gavel I
''nd Introduced Governor W. W. Heard,
i'Of Iulslana, who, on behalf of tbe
state, extended a formal welcome to
t2e delegates and their friends.
Mayor Extends Welcome.
onpaal Capdevlelle, maydr, of the
y of New Orleazav,"Oxtend l a Cot-
ii' irreeting.to Mte-veterans express-
'great pleasure felt by the citizens.
New Orleans in the po0sesilon of
'ie privilege of entertalting the old
idiers. General Layo Charbonnet
ered the greettng of the locate organ-
ltion of the Sons of Vetrans, ind
vt. Father Daniel P. IA*wto'n perform-
A .inllr service for the Leulisltana
ikfederiate Veterans, Mrs. William
l heba.n. ipoke for the Conlfederate
er Memorial MsocitQn. Whie Ie
yetermas werf assembling at the
grounds the convention of the
of V6s was cllelOd to order
i-Orese.t ti"eter by T. D.. i
-O pen" N Is I ,,':,!':.: ': ...;),:" ,: :: "

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Published Twia Week onday ahd'Thursday


commander or Lammp "ueauregara. Ar.
ter an Invocation by Chaplain General
Brishop Thomas F. Caylor, of Tennes-
Bee, ad,'iresses of welcome were made
by Jamnies D. Nix for Beauregaird
camp: by Miss S. B. Wright, of the
Ladies' Federated Memorial associa,
tion, and Miss J. Ric rardson, of the
Daughters of the Confederacy. The
response was made by Allan D. San.
ford. of Waco, Tex.
"Phe appointment of various commit-



Blueooats Called Out to Sup-
press Subway Troubles.

tees completed the day's work. Me.
mrtlal services in honor of Jefferson Striking. Italian Excavators on New
Davis were held In Christ church at York's Subway Attempt to Intiinldate
10 o'clock Il the morning. Their Fellow Countrymcn Who Try

TY OS RETURN TO WORK. to Return to Work.
OldEmploye ofw rk, May 20.-ClaIshes be-
Old Employes of Franklin Company weeo and striking Italians took
la Again on Du, 0 ty.-sx unton plac at several points alon't tho liue
Atlanta, May 20.-Twenty-six union f te ulway today, The hluecoats
prhiters formerly in the employ of the the troeios and
Franklin Printing company have re- Ie IIet It a log he t
turned-to work in that establishment. the rnserve'at the 'station houses wort
The men went back to work quiet-.caled upon t suppress a' do igh
Seach to the ame poittion he for-caused by the attempts of the strik-
wmerly held, and without saying any- tg excavators tQ l ntiidat their
th hel, ad countrymen Who tried to return to
'thing about it. work '
These printers wore to have gone to out
work last Friday morning, but it is The strikers were out usual t
totredhe agreementat rr aast daybreak, in saruads of five to pick up
ce~lld off temporarily owlng to the 'workingnmen' as'they left thi.ir homes.
publication of certain reports t When the men got past thel they,
regard to i 'Sound another sot of pickets, awaiting
S thought possible that r them rn. the side streets J tL off the
It IayS thouetghed altogeth within e subway route. The second l t of pick-
short time. No doubt steps will be ts when they could not m-at the mnmn
taefte to see If the employing printer turn back iet upon them. They con-
annot get together on some ba'ls. fined their efforts strictly to workment
S__________ of thoir, own nattionality.
ENGINEERS ,AT SAVANNAH. A Seventy-second street and Colum-
1bua avenue a young Itallan was set
Fortifliation Board VIs. t Fort" in 8a- upon by a crowd of ten strikers. Mer-
vannah Harbor. chants, messenger boys rimd, laborers
Savannah,. Ga., May 20. -The fort- passig at the time went6th',he lad's aa-,
fication board of engineers of the Unit- slatanico and a general melee was in
ed States spent Monlday here and. progress when the poliee arrived. The
down the river. poMe made three prlsonere.
The Army and navy are both repro- About, 2,000 men or 50 *per cent of
sented on the board, which r con- the required number areo n posed of the following officers: Ool o the subway.'
nel C. R. Suter, president; Colonel A. ~
Stikkney, Colonel W. R. Liverrmore, ,TRYING TO SETTLE STRIKIE
Commander J. C. Fremont, Major R.
,Burney and Lieutenant -. ,iSebultz. Offitials Meet to Adjust Miobile and
A visit was paid Fort Sereven, where Ohio Trouble.
the ordnance was inspected, Fort Pu. Mobile, Ala., May 20.-W. G. Lee,
laski;-now out of use, being obsolete rhood
was also vilted. ete rstT grand master of the Brotherhood
The object of this visit was to con- of Ralway Trainmen, and C. 11. Wil-
sider the availability of the. old fort Order of ta s orConduc tors, arrv
as a storage place for military sup. this morning to hold a conference with
_piles. General Manager Clarke ald. GhOnerall
GEORGIA PHARMACISTS MEET. Counsl Russell, of the Mobile a nd
Ohio railroad, with a vl.w to a settle-
Twenty-Eighth Annual Session Conn ment of the strike of trainmen and
Tw etyEne ahth A nnual Sesson. switchmOn. They are accompanied
Maones at May n.The Gorga by a grievance committee from St.
Macon, Ga., May 20.-The Gaorgla I'1us, Jackson, Tenn., and Montgom-
Pharmaceutical association met in Ma- Jackon Te. Mon
con today in the twenty-eoghth annu- ery.
al session at 10 o'clock, with Presi- Mr. Iee In in receipt of a dispatch
dent John H. Polhill, of Fitzgerald, pre- from Grand Master Morrilsey convey-
siding. Ing assurances of confdltlie and sup-
Hon. Olathde lstes delivered the wel. port of the National Ordr of ,lall-
come adtdresl. Iway Tralnmen now In session In Den'
The ihairmaceiBt will endeavor at! vr, Colo.
thin meeting to enforce more rigid The railroad officials still claim that
laws to govern the issue of license. the sttike 1s practically ovtr.
They 'will try to make three years' BROWN" DEAD.
apprenticleship as pharmlacist neces- CARIB BROWN" DEAD.
sary to get a state license. _
At the ezalmin-atlon of applicant' for Picturesque Character of South West-
pharmacist 'by the state board of em Frontier Passes Away.
niAhftaia 10 .- < -

punr ualta oa out orl a class Of 27


Exchange Thirteen Shots at Each
Other Without Serious Result.
Durango, Colo., May 20.--David' F.
Day, editor of The Democrat, and
Frank Hartman, a newspaper writer,
exchanged thirteen shots at each other
on the main street of this city with-
out serious results. -Hartman recelv.,
ed a slight flesh wound in the leg.
The shooting was the outcome of
a fight D&y had been making against
union printers. The latter .-trted
an opposition paper on which Hart.1
man was -the principal writer.: TheI
personal references of the editors to
,each, other In their respective paperia
,harv been* very caustic.

Object of Expedition Attained.

, wumr-A,:,.ll,,iiiu aily 2u,-T-Be lesBOn
taught the Albanmans by Turi; h
troops in the advance on Ipek, Al-
bana., la considered to have attained
fhe primary object of the' expedition,
w'llch *ae the b oecupatloa of tha*
plaLz' t .s pite of all QopPostto. A
number of AJban&W4 ohiefs are ttill
1holting oot In the mountllnA, tad, it
Is liid, that wbhen the ohbtoa fled roaim
l~ek tbey took with them the -eman
beta of the eattan's special cmwW l c
*'ico saft to pw1Mfy ApAaftmugaaa aM
whie n~, Ipe tiatdqwirten.

Tucson, Ariz., May 20.-With the
death last night of "Old Caribou"
Brown," there passed away one of thl
most picturesque characters tIn all tho
frontier history of the great south-
Henry F. Brown, famed in sporting
circles of the southweat under the
sobriquet of "Caribou Brown," was for
a quarter of a century one of the moRst
notable figures in the gambling circles
of this section of the countf'y. HII
diftI at the age of 87; "Caribou
Brown" was a native of county lAm-
erick, Irelanl, and In hisa -ary man,
hood followed the sfea -as caraptalin of a
merchant vesscl, lie nmdi' and lost
at dozen fortunes over the gambling
table but throughout h bs careerhe
maintained the name of being honest,


PIremen Overtome by Flames and
*moke In -New York.
New- York, May 20.--At a fire In a
buist. ess building on Worth street last
altht a number of flr:,mnen wlie more
or leass severely injured. S'xn after
the fire was discov4 di4 a seorend alirm
Was slent. .in, ; :'
The lrit coipany to respond_ was
No. 27, every member of which wias
hurt- 8ix of tlae mten stetzetd a line rf,
hoe ad rushed Into the -burning
billdlaJ to the third floor, -occdpied by
ie Anatomatic Vending .company.
*#.A^ y had .they'' beguo.to' play tbe

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_1~wae on th fir whe t_1ie names_ __11

water on tWe fire when tpe names
turned and almost overwhelmed them MELON OUTLOOK
Somnie wore uncoAs(elous for several
mlnutos, overcome by the torrlblo heat VERV EMOURA!IUN
ad stifling awmoke. ComrmteVs dragged VER ENCOURAGING
them out,
Meanwhile other companies had 4 As Far as the Returns Fro Can.
nroQa ana were pouring tons or water s r as the eturn F Can
on the fifth floor. The wooden trim- taloupes Are Concerned.
mings to the bulldl'ng were of pino,
and they burned so fleicoly that the GERATOR CAR MAN TALKS
water boiled as It was poured on the REFGERATOR CAR MAN TALKS
resinous stuff.
Of the injured a probationary flre Says the Poach Crop in Georgia and
man named Forgusou, William O'Keefe Fruit Crop in Other States Have
I ad Waltr Beck were the worst off. Proved Almost Failure nd North
All were taken to the hospital, Oteefe rovd Alot Fnur n North
when he found himself unoh erved ern Markets Will Push Cantaloupes.
sllppoJ, out and returned to the fire. Notwithstanding lhat the cantaloupe
A second time he was ovorconuo andt
again was sent to the hospital, bult crop will be heavy the coming season,
i again he ksenapod and went hack to the prospects are in, favor of thpi
dut,' A third lime ho wa over- grower, and the probability is that
come and the hospital recolved him .
agaiii. Heo wans lt to h.d and at cutaloupes will bring this .*a.aog
watch placed over hlm more to tIt grower that they have ever,.
After an hour of hard worth the fire brought.
was got under control. Thoro, is a titraotical reotron for tha.i.
Th4 proport) loss was small. Ii conversation witl R. (4. Goeusli,
--.."-- representing tihe Armour Car Liinos,
PANIC IN STREET CAR. who i. now nniking his headquaritore
......... ill thisotity,'thati goitlemian st atod yea-
It Takes Fire anda Pastingera sMake trlaytat gen m)ist t for excellent
Wild Rush for Sifety.
New York, Mlay 20,;--In a wild rusli returns airv b.ettr than they have been
of frightened xpasongeors to esctpo ftor ir thu r few yei'rs,
from a burning street ear noeir Cy- "My ollcial capac()it(.l with the re-
press 111,. .Long Jsland, MichaIl Mar- friguratto eit ar biusintss has ,Voimpelled
phiy of. Jatalctt; was. pushed through naoto keep fairly weil.l posted on,'t e
& wlndow. and- so hladly cut by the situation,"' remastked Mr. Geostin,
glass that lila condition Ila critical. 'and I oau1 ay with impunity that,
Twhe ar was on Ita way to JJamalca notwithstauidlng the crop will be a big
When a, fla0h-of flalm0s a41t, from the one., ti rld.a grower toda stands
trucks and the motorm-a brought tone, the Vorida grower today stands
oiit a position to make-an lixeellont
car to a halt. Before the passengers
were awaro of the danger, fire worked showing liunanoially,. for his product'
through the floor and caught the trim- This condition has been made posslble
mlngs on., the' seats. by the fab thatn the crops in the Btato1s
The .25 paissongerm Jumped to their north t in alny instances have been
feet and started. toward the rear door. failures, and there will be nothing
T'wo women foil In a faint on the worth mentioning on the Northern
floor, but the crowd was too Intent markets but Florida pineapples and
on saying themselvos to pay any attonr- cntalotaops "
tlon to tihem. It was in the jantm at 'Ot r.elAth p elbof
the door, thalt MNirlphy wa;.K ,rutshedf
agait, .tile window with such ,fotce Georgia have booin the victim of a
that the glass broke and ho was shot great mihsfortuno, cooiltlue it Mr.
out onto the gtournd. As ho fell (Tolln(t. eTho cold .weatthl t of the
frgnmeonts of glass cut hll flire and winitr froze' Ltho crop out, anId inbtuad
hands In a dozen places and a ragged oif Ihipping thruo thousands cars, as
edgo( caught his foot. 'The weig lt tof they llid a itipaitomted, there wjll ot be
his falling body sent the sharp el Idg oireo trintl tivo hundreds. However,
through hil clothing antd tievereol an ''it's an ill wind thuat blows ntlbody
"artery in the l1iklo,
r then dp, the crow out good,' ant thu Florida grower whd has
of th cars. cantBaloupes to shi-p will receive the
Murphy was sont to the hospiltl,. blunolft."
.....Mr. (oeeioliit lhas o0ntered upon hit
ACCIDENT ON TROLLEY CAR. first Ioasn ihe,re, but Judginig' front the
----- l'rgy with whihI he it prosecutiiig
Woman Fatally Durned by Blowing lhis work he is going to ninake a oatcces
Out of Fuse. Ie, is nfow ,pigaglli himself in be-
New York, May 20,-Mrs. Ida Dtop, coiniKng secitlnted with growers of
pert is lying at the point of death lt tills (li n o1i.
a Drookllyn hospital as a r(iult of their) ,
blowing out of a fime on a trolley car. T WIT
Mrs.' rippert was on her way home. FIGHT WITH HOLD-UP MEN.
ward In all open car when a loid reo-
port, was heard and the flamines hot Polce Ser0eant P nilip Miller, of ChIl
tip about the second seat from the cago, Shot and Killed.
front. The clothing of Mrs. Deppert orChicagol May 20.--Whl sarobbeing
ni mmedlittely caught fire and before the or five holt-up men who had robbed
ni n in the car anid those on the side- Altiurman Peter *Wenditg of money
walk could, reach her she hbad fainted, and jowelry amounting in valug to
She was quickly dragged from the several hundred., d dollars, Police Sr-
ear, bar ,clothing still burning. A drive. geant PhIllip Miller waste shot a'nd killed
or of a furniture van jumped from hl toldy tie srgieant, thc itpanied
wafon with a ho-s H blanket ind throw, by two dtectlves, had mut three men
fn nIt about her, 'un'ce1dod ) Innotho a Irhorn street near Twenty-flrst,
ering the flaher, u eh anti li(-vling thY were stuspicloilB
Surgevrm at the lioapltal to which- Ipersons, demandedl to know their
she was talktn hiave little hope of her naIa'msI n'ext lntelrit, the police
trecovory. Thonrt Flannerty who and fired two lhot The firs t ballet

d!,d.rs, D'et wa severely Pas',d through Miller's right lung an(d
i 1he f.ill to the ground,
Not Victim of Mafia Plot. IS 1ue onupanlons lnitnidlately drew
New York, May 20.--CapLaln Por. their rvuolve'rs tilud lil eia'n shootitng. It
mona, In charge of the Brooklyn detcc- it hel.lvtdI one of the Muiip'tn was
tive bureau, report that Armore Shot, but all Lthree '(:^Iped In the dark-
dechi, former secret sivIce agent of n*^.
I the Italan g vrnme OTLACn VIN. 110,000 BILL.
few days ago, ewas Dot the victim of
a Mafia iplot. .' has been intimated. ReceIved Magnanimous Reward of $10

Donmco Calabur, who atabbe& edechl' i rom Loser.
made a mistake ..In 1dentifylng hi alahi a a 20ou.--Carn a
victim. lie thought he waM rtabbdingl a-otA, aootblak, fou a $ 1,-
the man who testlfled against a.friend 000 lill .on the ildewalk atu welfth
In Italy a few years ago. Police In- tn' Mlk rt tr lv returnd t to
spector McCluskey has lItrned that tho lwa tr a wrceiolved ti$ in a rl-
She Mafia bad absolutely nothIng to do ward. A tew mlrtites latter [,olice-
with the crime-, m.nt Vother ()lcktd til tt hc sanie c.r-
"ith _t cnor ti po'ktho'o rontalninig 50. lie
Cair bJlsmiei Kiihlneff'sI Govertnor. #atto r ,;tor( It to the owrmr" and hits
St. Peterslbrg, May 20.--The rq. recortpeon r was "Thank you!"
prt that ILeutozant Geporanl Rabei, As tiO ono saw (ICarnoratat flnd the
governor of KJihi Eff, jss bia, $10.00. bill ho nulght hare it.- 4
Swiere the noi-m ofo J w ec rts d, ornomotnt or two after he haai pflia4.. 4
i. hado.e t ow U .$bby ben jtad lwa by a yOUng mam, ihak)(l grLIr o .a
" *tAi esar 1elsMtan. '"N.e ati~t fright, hurrtled up to to e bootbhii "
S.ties tbier htS ettppwreied t ol.Ny stand and aski if tht n .ote d beet
m uhAV pr..b..btId aet 'i
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,"C 01".

S 4attere 'at ,nt Wil Seon be Requested..
la Will 4 Bu uI ant, New Pa-

ik o*f *40 .000

The current league of the Palatka
s.610er0al d contans -the following.
Iiteesting information: '
When foreign capital seeks invest.-
S en. t in a city it.is a sure sign that the
oMtlook of affairs for that section is
ioe dof brightness. Men of money never
invest in anything unless they can ex-
pect some financial returns. Therefore,
S whenthree well known men of this
State come to Palatka for the purpose
of Investing, it is with pleasure that we
chronicle the event. It goes far to
S prove that the advantages of Palatka
are beginning to attract attention.
As will be seen in another column,
S 0. F. 'Sanchez, of Gainesville; J. M.
Fleming and F. 0. Sanchez, of Jack,
sonzville, have organized themselves
into a Oorporation to be know as the
Ocklawaha River Company, with its
principal place ofbusinoess at Palatka,
and will apply for letters patent.
The ehmpany will 'be capitalized at
$40,000, andd,the business will be that
of operating' a freight and passenger
steamboat line ohi the St. Johlis and
ok0lawaha@ .rivers, between this' ,pity
anl Silver Springs; to purchase or'
lease Wharf facilities and to establish'
agenoie at- all landin-gs along the line ;
i4n, to erect hilpyards, etc.
T e officers of the corporation shall
S.be a president, vice-president, a gen-
eral .anager, a secretary .and, treas-
urer, and a board of trustees.
While it is yet too early to state other.
plans of the company, it can be deft-
nitely said that well equipped steamo-
ere will be operated, and everything
'will be conducted on modern princi-.
ples, The inoorporators arte mIetn of
recognized ability, and of experience
it :tho steamboat arid railway world.
This company will materially aid in thl4
upbuilding of Palatka.

Effected a Pqrmanent Cure When
STwelve Doctors Had Failed.
B. Vriing of Ladoi, NIlssi., under
date of April- 21, 1003, writes:
''J. Simnonson, hainesville, Fla.:
"De1ir Sir: I write to express my
deep gratitude to you, for your won-
derful salve hlinas cired a store on nIy
foot fro in which I have sulfered great-
ly for live years. Twelve doctors have
been workin oil tho foot d lirilng this
time, but failed to effect a cure. Your
salve did tho work in a little while. I
took from the foot ten picv.)s of bone,
after the glass had been extracted,
which caused the.sore and now I am
entirely cured- and able to walk with.
out the aid of crutches. I shall al-
ways feel the greatest gratitude to-
wards you, and will always speak a
good word for your salve."
For sale at Wallace's City Drug
Store, Gainesville,Fla. dawimo

" -Eimnent Atlanta Divine Will Deliver
Commencement Sermon.

S' The people of Gainesville are to be
congratulated upon the fact that Dr.
Alonzo Monk, the famous minister of
Atlanta, Ga,, who is regarded as one of
the finest speakers in the United
States, has decided to deliver the comn-
mencoment sermon of East Flolida
Seminary at Kavanaughl Meth.odist
church next Sunday,
Dr. 'Monk has never before visited
Gainesvillo, and it is nieodless to stato
that tihe colnniodios church on this
oeoasion will be entiirely inadetmuiite to
Receive the imntlnse congregation,. It
is to be regretted mlhat tlhe tlaliernicle.
which will-have n siting capacity of
2,500, will not be ready for this ocea-,
Further particulars of the coiniig of
this distinguished Meothodist c le.rgy.
man will be given later.
A Physician Healed.
pr.-Geo. Ewing, a practicing physician
of uiithl's Grove, Ky., for over thirty
years, writes his personal experience
with Foleoy'sKlidlny (Cure: "For years
Shad been greatly botheirt I with kid-
ney and bladder trouble anpd enlarged
prostate gland. I used everything
1 known to the profession without relief,
until I conmehoed to use Foley's Kid-
n iey Cure. After taking three bottles
I was entirely reliEved and cured. I
ptesoribe it now daily In lay practice
sa' heartily reoo it tpd ItI usi o all
physicians for suoh troubles. I have
: varesorlbed it in huz dres of cases with
Xertwer t success." ... by W. O Wyl-
':1 Ie drug store.

I suffneed teribll and was ex-
tremely weak for 12 yeors. The
'doctors said .my blood was .all
turning to waterr Atlast IV tried
Ayer' ,Sarsapriit, and was soon
feeling all right again.
.Mrs. J. W. Flaa, Hadlyme, Ct,

No matter howJong you.
have ,bpen ill, nor how
poorly you may be today,
Ayer s Sarsaparilla is the
best medicine you can
take for purifying and en-
riching the blood.
Don't doubt it, put your,
Whole trust in it, throw
away everything else.
$1.00 b=otl0. All druggists.
Ask your doctor what he thilsks of Ayr's
Sarsapartlila, He know all about this gan4
wewiub satilfled, .
l.l.ArsIOo., ow. .* ll .


Explains the Bill Providing for Time of
Holding Court Here.
Editor Sun: As I am lnf6rmed that
there is somen difference of ',opinion as
to the time when the terms of the
circuit epurt, in Gaiiiesillle shall be
he, d, I will say that there is a bill
spending before the Legislature pro-
viding thatthe spring term shall be-
gin on the third Tueiday in February,
and the fall' term shall begin on-,, the
first Tuesday in October, and each
-term may continue for a month if
necessary and the cleaning of the
dockqett demands ift. In the last cam-
paign I promised the people to change
phe time for holding the circuit court
so tat iti would not conflict-with the.
crop sqaSqn, and in my opinion the pass-
age oh f'iith bill will accomplish this end,
and g[v-oeet.ry relief. along that line
that the p ople haai been demanding.
I want yery citizen that reads this let-
ter hpit does t befliev6' that the
echniiges above' sUqg t will .be- bene-
fleIali Write nIe at tce, making such
euggestiontts he thinks would be bet-

,Tallliahssie,' ay 18.

White 'Man in LaCrosse Was Sent Up
fo r ThreeMonths.
Deputy Slhriff J. W. MdCann of La-
Cros6e brought to this city yesterday
P. L. Hardy, a wliie man who resides
in the LaCrosse Sektion, who was ar-
rnigined before Justied Knight upon t'
charge of wife-1beating. ,
Aft'r hearing thil evidence in the
case the Justico Inijipo)(d a tifue of-$25
and costs or three months on the coun-
ty gang. Failing to raise the price of,
his fine he was brought to this city
nd will be sent to the inine"A.
Convened in Special Session for Trans-
action of Unfinished Business.
Those Board of Public Instruction of
Alachua county convened in special
session Monday, a full board being
preset t.,
The meeting was called for the pur-
pose of transacting a large amount of
unfinished business which has been ac-
cumulating for the past fw months.
The business being disposed of, the
board adjourned until the next regular
meeting in June.
Children in Peril.
Some of the nimost anxious hours of a
mother's life are those wluen the little
ones have the croup. Foley's Honey
and Tar is a safe and eltlective remedy
that never fails. "My boy would hava
died from rnenihraneous croup if it had
not been for Foloey's lloney, and 'T'ar,"
writ's C. W.L ynoel of \Vinilhester, hid.
Sold by \. C. Wallace's drug store.

-A Handsome Wagon.
Blh'nsoi, Roux & Co. have just
linjished and Will ship today ia handsome
delivery wagon for the Fernailina
le Con patny. The body and gear of
thlie vehiie e ar rich clirome yellow,
set with black stripes, niakiing a very
handsomno appearilnee.
TPe best evidence that the Fernan-
diina lce Compiany know a good .thing
is the fact that- this i, the fourth wagon
wvhicli has been conitructed for them
by lBenson, Roux & Co.durinig the past
two yea rs. It is it lIrst.class advertise-
meni nriot only for thoe irii butt thio city
1S w e ll. ,
Doesn't Respect Old Age.
It's shftnieful wihel youth fails to
show proper respect for old age, but
just the contrary in the case of Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They cut off
maladies no matter how and .rrespect-
tvo of old age. Dyspepsia, Jaundice,
Fever, Constipation all yield to thi
perfect Pill. 25o..at all drug stol ml


An epidemic of MalariS Il sure to fol. '
A.U U, i.. eary Writes in 0ost low the wet season and the high waters $30,00) to be Ap opriated
C* Complimentary Terms. which have prevailed all over thea e Ta
South. Malaial and kindred fevers .
IT IS A INE PLACEFOR INVALIDS wil develpe to an alarming extentBELIEVED LL
,.1 A1 ,L ,O ,NVA ,General health conditions wilUbe bad;, B IEVED IT WILL PAS

Says nH Has Received More Benefit ey on should be taken Senator Adams' Conaitutional Ar e#d,
Oner Week Than Hot Sprinas Afford.- Th* S ee Est Espelaly s 'For ment Bill and Bill Raising Saiarsies f
ed in Two Months--A O6mfortabe t eo t olst MalarIal Attas. Cabinet Officers Passed by ena
Place Where All. May be-Benefited. A trial of fifty yea ha demonstrat- and House Respectively. i-
ed that for this emergency, Dr. Har.
Worthineton, May 19.-Editor Sun: term's Iron Tonic has no equal. Iron la Special to The Sun. 'I
The Gainesville un being the only the fighting element in the blood, and Tallahassee, May 18.-the Ho0k,
midday luminary we have seen here in the kind of iron supplied by Dr. Har- today by a vote of 47 to 8 passed the
severa days makes us feel like letting term's ron Tonic is just the kind the Military Encampment bill appropri-
its readers know what a nice romantic system requires to successfully combat sting $80,000-$15,000 each for, the
health resort Worthington Sprihgs is. malarial conditions. Don't wait until holding of State encampments thii.
Situated on the banks of the pictu- you are attacked. Take it now and for- year and next.. It is believed the |
resque Santa Fe, on the J. & S. W. R. R. tif yourself; it is an absolute safeguard measure will pass the Senate without
eleven miles north of the town of Ala- and, at the same time, it is the best any difficulty.
ehua. The water is sulphur, and very tonic and invigorant for the entire sys- The Senate passed the Adams 3oi ,-
strotg. The spring boils up at the tern. On the other hand, quinine dis-. stitutional Amendment bill providing
foot of one of Old Bradford's high turb the system and its cumulative for legislative sessions only every four
hills and flows enough water to make a poison begets greater physical troubles years.
little rverof its ow. A ne bathing than those it is employed to remedy. The bill providing for the raising of
pool is one of the great pleasures, and Where a bad ease of chronic Malaria the salary of cabinet officers $500 eaieh
when you drink this water and take a already exists, take DR. HARTER'S per annum passed the House today by
swim you feel so good that you know FEVER and AGUE SPECIFIC. It is a large majority. *
that DeLeon missed the one spot in
Floridthat eLeon missed fo the one spot in guaranteed to cure. Price 60 cents. TAYLOR COUNTY PROSPEROUS.
Florida he was looking for, the spring Th]amBUT IF YOUrWIsAe Al H fo TThO,
of perpetual youth.
J. W. Wells, who hails from the e The i Have Exce llent Prpy, forspects.h
red hills of Georgia, is proprietor of -- Have Excellent Prospects.
those famous springs. He brought IRON TONC "The farmers of Taylor county are. S
with "him the birthright of every true 'on WWoesl Hae Ma lavae ea e $1 happy lot, for the Lord has blessed
Georgian, a gentleman endowed with them with magnificent growing rop,"
Southern hospitality. He is ably as- All dealers handle, or send to Di. said Perry M. Colson yesterday. Mr.
sisted by his only daughter and two HARIIt MEDICINE Co., Dayton, Ohio. Colson has just returned from, 3
sons. The sohs are true types of, the Ho .to, Tex .,A,. l various sections throughout that
father, and Miss Pet-well, she is all have used Dr4:arter's county, and 'says, that the
that her name implies. r over tn et i, crops hrougl t the ebunty re
On one side of the river in Alachua ertilygomen regrd it growing vigorously, and everything
are the Berrys,: Ellises, Malphurses. ad other ever. seems posesed of a progressive air.
b0n the Bradford side, the Dukes and glradandEtml.ratonAgtre n, Nature has smiled upon ,this .siio,.
De1Boses, forming a neighborhood of *3Nleaspers'teahtl sTasdutlealsgemlme.)j wit!" the result that the prospects areI
stanch yoemanry. And our friend the crops of all staples will be betrtei ,
(we almost forgot him), Jack Coxe, iJUDGE ANFOW PREPARING. than forsevera year.o,. It is in the, :
the one n.erehant of Worthington. "S-_ Sea Island cotton belt, and, while the -,
Jack sells goods all day and plays the Received Supply of Stamped Envelopes planters Hnorto 1899 had very -little .i
Violin at night for the young folks to With Blank for Street Number. confidence in that staple, they are be"-
dance. Whatever says Postmaster Arnow is ginning to look upon cotton as one of .:.1
This water cannot be excelled any- slow to catch on to the "proper thing" the most reliable if not the most
where fdr stomach or kidney trouble, is wrong, as has been demonstrated by profitable to be planted. As an ex-'
One week has done me more good than the fact that he has received a large otimple, the production of long staple ;
two mohntha'did me inm Hot Springs for supply of stamped envelopes with the cotton grown from 168 bales in
my kidneys. customary return card printed in the 1899 to 890bales for the season jtst '
It'is-also fBle for rheumatism. corner. Realizing that the system of closed, and the prospects are that the .,
Ed George came here from Mont- free mail delivery, for which he and increase for t ong season will be
brook three weeks- ago on cru-tches., other prominent officials have worked at least 10 per ccnt.
Last night he kept time in the "mazy so faithfully, would bo installed as -FOO YiYiOT.r:lS
dance" to the notes of Jack's fiddle. soon as the numberinlg of the houses isiFLE A
Some people will tell you the spring completed and the streets posted, he toSpsthecot t shathealatingi!
has overflowed by the river. It is not has arranged an extra blank line in CITIZENS ARE KICKING.,,
0o. While the old Santa Fe is from which the n-unber and name of the '
hill to hill, file spring is boiling out in street is to. be inserted. This is the Complain That Trash Wagons Do Not
all its flory. first actual government step which has Gather Accumulated Trash.,
Come, sick folk, and tee. Don't go been taken, but it may be termed in- A number of, the citizens who re .!
outt of Florida for your Hiealth, when deed a most encouraging one. side on side streets are making a vigi-
the best place is right at your door, The work of numbering tlhe houses orous kick, the grounds of which seem
with good accommodations that don't systematically still continues, and the just. They state that the city'trash "
require a Vanderbilt's purse to meet contractor states that the system will wagons have entirely neglected them, '
the expenses. A, U. 1 ILLEAiY. be completed in about three weeks. and that the acc. mulation of trash for I
Disastrous Wrecks. JENNINGS LAKE DOTS. weeks is allowed to remain in the -1
Carelessness is responsible for many '- streets. "
a railway wreck and the same causes The Farmers Are Again Engaged in The presence of this trash is not '
are making human wrecks of sufferers Planting, and Expect Big Crops. only unsightly, but as the sunmer sea-
from Throat and Lung Troubles. But Jennings Lake, May 18.-Our people son approaches will be a menace to
since the advent of Dr., King's New for some weeks had discontinued the health of the community. The
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs planting on account of dry weather, matter should be looked into by the
and Colds, even he worse cases can be H blessed for the past ten proper authority
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days witlsnhowers of rain, our farm-
ers have 'resumed planting and oat
cutting' is now on hand.
Dr. Lem Colson of Bradford county
is visiting relatives here this week,
Rev. WV. L. Colson and family of
Shellman, Ga., visited his father, W.
0. Colson, this week.
W. A. Lindsay has been home on
the sick list, but returned today to
Gainesville to resume his studies at
the normal.
, Maj. Wiel qid wife are on the sick
list this week.
Chickenpox is serving Giles Bethea's
and Tom Waters' families badly.

Gainesville Will Soon Have One of the
Most Modern Engine Houses.
Work on the new municipal building
and engine house is progressing rapidly
under the direction of Bricknmason
MeMalion. The wAtlls have assumed
nice proportions, having reached a
distance half way tip the second story.
Under favorable conditions Mr. Mc-
Mahan expects to complete his work
within the next two weeks, and by the
middle of the coming n1nth. the build-
ing will probably be ready fcr oceC-
paney. The first floor will be used as a
fire station, while the upper story will
be occupied by employes of the fire de-
|partinment and as a council chamber.
An eteellently equipped and furnished
reading room is also one of the proba-
bilitie of the now building.

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All diseases of Kidneys
Bladder, Urinary Organs., il I
Also Rheumatism, Bac | ;
aeheHeartDsease.bravelI. i
Dropsy, Female rubles. J :;
Don't become discouraged. There is a
cure for you. If etces:.iry write r. Fenner
li'e has s4t)tilt I litf t lil curtng Just sutich,
aOses ayours. All COsulltaios F ree.
"Eight months in bed, heavy backacheo
pahl Ul4 nxl "or,'l,'s, acrossl kidiioys, alsoI rheu.-
lnutis,,i O lht'e renirnlies failed, Dr. F .e- i
ier's Kidnlly and liackliehe Curo cured me
CoiiplItely. i. WATEIIS, Hltt, v."
I)rtglcts. t,'. #1. Ask for ook Book-
ST.VITUSIDANCE1 v".,. .' |

and all Skin Diseases cured by

.The most healing salve m the world.
The. t taid "Sl88 .-k L-
e5 L. .eof HhTw, Ga.. w
Ulberna b k oe t .on m y baby er ..

m*tA .NTE rea. tte, ga, egh.
%fd wim* W i l. fiet. To"
..Wid by I--. Wallaee'. Drug stor. I

longer necessary. Mrs. tbois jragg of
Dorchester, Mass., is one of the many
whose life was saved by Dr. lung's
New Discovery. This grand remedy" is
guaranteed for all Throat and Lung
diseases by all druggists. Price 50o.
and $1.00. Trial bottles free.
Supervisor Wienges Lays Down the
Law Effecting Registrations.
Supervisor Wienges, in speaking of
the coming wet amd dry election,
stated Tuesday that he was daily, in
receipt of letters from citizens of the
county relative to their qualification
to vote at the election.
For the information of those inter-
ested, Mr. Wienges requests The Sun
to state that all persons who were
qualified "o vote in the last general
election will be qualified, but those'
who only registered in the primary
and neglected to register with the su-
pervisor or district sipervisors for the
general ehtction wiillhot be entitled to
votot on Jtne 2. Mr. Viqnges says
there a rei a great many in this position
who will he deprived of that privilege.
Not a Sick Day Since.
"I was taken very sick with kidney
trouble. I tried all sorts of medicines,
none of which relieved me, One day I
saw an I. of your Electric Bitters and
de or :ned to try that. After taking a
w oses I t ?t -relieved, and soon
the after was entirely cured-, aid have
ino een a sick day since. Neighbors of
e hia been cured of Rheuniatism,
uratlgia,,Liver and Kidney. troubles
d General D)ebility." thiisis what B.
F ass, of Frem t, N. 0., writes.
Only at all druggists




s Final Passag~e in the
Supper House Friday.


Earnest, But Un: ailing and Quiet
'J struggle Has Been Made Both for
'and Against Its Passage, But Its
Popularity Was Shown in the Vote.
fromm Our Speoial ('orrc. n nilenlit.)
Tallahassee, May 16 -The final
passage by the Senate on Friday morn-
ing of House Bill No. 188, on the stir-
.face presented none of the elements of
the hard and earnest struggle which
has been quietly but unceasingly
waged by both the friends and oppo-
pents of the measure since its first in-
troduction in the Senate by Mr. Me-
Creary, and in the-lounise by that able
statesman of Pasco, Captain Johnsbn.
The victory of its friends can best be
gauged by the final vote in the Senate,
on its passage of 24 to 3, and in the
House, 40 to 8. Many amendments'
were proposed, and. while a number
were adopted, the bll in substance re-
mains very much the same and it may
even be considered that it was
strengthened by these very amend-
The bill is of sufficient interest 'to
all who are interested in educational
matters to justify its publication here
in full:
An Act to Provide for the Certiflcatio'h
of Teachers and to Prescribe "Re,.
quiremnents for the Various Grades'
of Certificates.
Be it enaced by the Legislature of
the State of Florida:
Section 1. That no person shall b1
permitted ti teach in the public
schools of the State of Florida who
does not, hokld a teacher's, certificate
granted in accordance "with the pro-
visions of this act.; Provided, That no
certificate issued under thevlaws of
this State,'since January 1, 1894, shall
be rendered void by this act.
Section 2. That there shall be seven.
grades of teacher's certificates issued,
as herein specified-and named, respect-
ively, towit: Third grade, second
' grade, first grade, primary, special,
State and life certificates.
Section 3. That no certificate, ex-
ceopt life certificates, shall be issued
except on written examination, or.oni
oral anid wriLLt'n examination, as pro-
vidod by law.
Section 1. Thta.t an applicant for
tCie ccrltiicat e of any gride, to be eli.-
gible for exaniination;, shall present to
thle examiiiinn r an endorsomnient of good
moral character f rom two responsible
personi4, anid shall pay an examination
fee of one do. ar. The examiner shall
Turn over to the coun ty treasurer, im-
mediately after any examination, the
sum of "nte dollar for every person ex-
.anmined, taking his receipt therefor,
kand for failure to make such disposi-
tion shall be subject to prosecution,.
!the fund arising from examination fees
I' shall be placed to the credit of the
" county school fund.
Section 5. That a third-grade cer-
tificHe shall be issued to any eligible
Sapplilint who, in the uniform exami-
nation in orthography, reading, arith-
Smetic, English grammar, United
| States history, geography, physiology,
Theory and practice of teaching, and
composition, shall have made a
Grade in no branch below forty

per cent and an average grade
. of sixty per cent. in all tht above
.. branches. A third-grade certificate
shall be valid for two years from the,
In date of issue, except as provided in
Section 13 of this act.
See. 6. That .a second-grade .ew.-
*ticate.shall be issued to any eligible
licant wlho, in the uniform examni?
$ .nft'all the' branches prescribed
a third-grade certificate, shall have
.e a grade In no branch below sixty
ient. in all the aforesaid bramnhes.
econd-grade certificate shall be
Sfor four years from the date of
Ixcept as provided for in Section
Wia act.
: That a first-gradecertillate
''ued to any eligible a.pplieAnt
)save been examined in "aU
Prescribed. for a third,-
:p:.,At nd iii civil gaver,-.
pa and physical geographiy,
I have made a grade in
low Oixtjg per cent, and ani
01a of eight er cent. i. all
^Liili t^kji -'t i^. l ,te' n..: ds.~..^Kf t

ten den t
shall fu
as to pe
ing and

____ THE GAI"IEiV E 1T: MAY 2, 1903

.4r1 sa s tu:ory" Cenn:aI TCR*h GEO.S.HACiEiSONU
,culiar fit nes for primiery teAch- 0 ITRIE IiiVEbJ MA TFACTitEHS 0V
who shall have 'ade' a grade

[eadachis, Neryonseess, Sleeple ssss Have .Neer TraubleO

Re. tA. L. Brautl Siace Takin"


tirst, second and third grades of the . ... :. ,v i
primary departments of regularly Thle prompt, effective, and honest re- Paine'sColry 6oumpouid. ev.. L. i ,
graded schools, or in public kinder'. suits that are always obtained by the Gra.ntl ey.tSu rtown, a, ti; ho' w 1 *l ,
gartn u of Paine's Celery Compound, he was raised from a condition of uif- i li L il
Sec. 9. That a special certificate eall 'forth the grateful and unstinted furing anid great danger: I Cli ICLhsI ON,
may belissuedby the State SuIperiutcnd- praise of clbrgymeon of all denomnina- "''.I'for using Paine's O(tilry Corn.
ent to any eligible applicatt. who ohiill tions. T ,every parish .ant district of pound I wats continually suffrits, with S Wnh Weights Cord Hiardwar
furnish satisfactory testimonials as to our land, clergymen artI quietly but sick and nervous headache, and It was
peculiar fltless for teaching any one surely. spreading the joyful intelligeu'e a common oiurretiee for mio to, s lep .Ti
no morebraills not incltied i.n h, thatl.t Paino'su Clery Comipound banishes littte o.rn ii. at. nght. Ofltn hav'e I "
requirements for s eond-grtde cer- ill health and ntikte sick peoplee well, arose in the'l loring with a ovre head- .J,4 ..) ,
.tifia.tes, and shall mak4 '" a Like men and woaut ilnu other pro- achu ud iutactive mind, prostrated
grade of not, le.s than ninety fessions anq in the ordinary callings of with norvougness from the lhsi of sleep. E t4r t
per cent. on such branch or lIfe, church ministers are victims of the Now I can sleep well at night, have an r i
branches in sutih examinations as shall same ailments and diseasteo. When op- ativeo ind, and ciatI study tn hours ai..
be prescribed by the State superintend- pressed by sufferings and agonies, it is day, while before I couhi study but a
ent with such assistants as he may oheeritg to note that. our clergymen short' while at a ttime. I certainly feel
select, A special certificate S'hall be have implicit confidence, aid faith in grateful for suich a iedicinelo as Plaine's
valid for'fiveiyears from thetiat q of is- Dr. Phelps' life-giving' prescriprtipn, iColory Ciompoui." ,
sue and only 'for (teaching thw special .. ........ -
branch or branchee for which it shall JACKSONVILLE AGAIN DEFEATED NOTIO, OF' El.t11CTIf0N itl.i ltUrSil UNeSG A
have been issued. U --- 11 1 Ti AL AX rIStTS Ar I 1
Sec. 10. 'That a State certificate Lot Out the Entire Series of Three .Foa the lurirk a ofr i lntif ilh > roi (ill trutoe
may be issued by the State superin- Games With All-Cuban Tenm. oo' > sos.sd oii ofil>oted tihereit Ior thie
'Ba ,,pr. ts.,,,,,,,, c ,,Pit( two 't4 ouri' ti(II nll line of VINE OAS-"
tendent to any eligible applicautt,wo As a baseballtowna It begins to look wfloti.-w l ti on <.'usLher 10, WIl] 1 lO inoINo iAS-
9 4003, i t) .itO fOllOWWR N11u00114. 1 Tuk lstri otm. to-*
shall have taught twenty-four mionthi like Jacksonville is not in it, n-twitfh- ii ti: n si'eii ta lstdiet. to. i KET COFFIN S
in a.j1,, Vight months unier a flras-grade standing that thio ashoclation of. that lil'Vrd C, ltCievi oe < mtllth D ltO ESet All t nr.
certifl.ate obtained in thig'State, and oty has exercised great care in the tiobel1 In etr. ., 'er.ry, .. Il, o-
shall have passed an examination con- selection of a team i-foll the qomintIg unroLss -iisi it, 1J0oine., Iro. ti l supplies tip to date.
ducted by tihe State Suiperintendent of season. 0- e. tn, i i- t ,. T.lTei.8:eh, i.', iear4 ard ciaiiges
Public Itstruction on geometry, ttig- The season with the' rnl t0.hili.t w hir, C;. 'Woo, irt .i. ., '
riM n .n 4'd' J 1.\I)ls, jv, furnished when desired.
Anoinetry, physics, zoology, botany, opened in that city Saturday, wh&ei C.itrtor. .. vW. Siitth. ollut. I
Latin, rhetoric,. English literaturef- Jacksonville inet the All-Oubn team 'Tw8,inTn, I.. trhM r.--- ,--
psychology, and general history,, anid for a series of thiee gatime. Tlie re- W htsi^^ itors: \. Moe.', RIt.
tin1 elow, T .'i J. Mo.tio, etOit.
hall have made an average grade of stit of Sattrday's .game was .1 to 2, AitWliat ihn ii(t.i,; I v. S 11. 'oii.e, c. ^' PT.soial.i Aattnt8ion to
eighty-five percentt, with a grade in, Su'nday,s ganie 8 't, and Monday tihe w iti- e. C I t.uDoane. T l. Cod- l l T- tLs linO
no branch below sixty per cent; A Jaeksonville team aAlatin ent down itl by.. W. I. s o: Il A. ob, l )Slerk, ill U line.
State certificate shall be v'ald for five defeat before the Mubani aggregation L tLratrwfld. l.. A. Pfifr. clerk. Orders by mail or tele-
S"h drt lxintvliimHp t W years from 'the date of issue and shall in a score of 7 t9 8. M.r, i l il*nsh.,9r, or5 hit. ri. t.rMph r Nomtl. tte
be valid'throughout the' State. Kennedy pitched the gamvo of Satur- ii't C, A, Vlithho, M. Ju olly.r y
Bee. ,11. A life certifltate, good in'.lday and Monday. Winder lnspeetors: M.J.nleekhiiin. U. NI. ( tO.
any part of the State and of perpetual LETTE FRO GEORGIA h ir, 1, A ilnlol tor i. Coii, w.tJ. l ,
v4tlidity, may be issued by the State LETTER FROM, GEORGIA. Oeents.. ,'oWeilerK. ole V.
Ste iut .rllo IV otors J A. Manmlt y, P.I c ..
Superintendent of Public Instruction, iss Sallle Ormond Writeis Intereat- fDJ. ,t, NAN, cleri.
wt ion,.i Mss Sathie'O Ormond Writes Interest- n n it. F. Matthewk, W. C r u ( I A. (4
without examination, to ally teacher ingly of Crossland and .Obe, Sinlti, it. Mn. tohiunber.llin, clerk, I. cII.
holding a State certificate issued stice Newra.rry.iinsiVectors: 1. tliurry, Arolh i
january st, A. D. 1894 d who .ha Editor Sun: I wiUwrit your paper Averitt, W.4,H. Tuokqrlerk.
January 1st, A. D. 1894, and who -has Poll will iotinet itt i. i lithuawin it ittlif sltt.
successfully done high school or col- again,as It has been Isonui tioe since y orr or sth ilari o )i intruno, UNI)ERTAK I N
lege teaching in this State fora period 1 wrote. -Ve are having a lot of rain ; tiI te. WEy o, My ucS, Ch n.1t AK i 1 0 U L .
of thirty months under a State certif- been raining every day for a week. Attt:I w. M. HOLM UWAY.
cate, and who shall present satifac The farmers are btsy chopping cot-
tory endorsement eminent showing ,eminentR l.M, ON < MMER NOMAL OIA T E
ability in teaching and school govern- This is a nice little town a lo tAh hitI Cunt, Fh'-thi .-uui'r S UMMER NORMAL. ,
mentfrom three persons holding life business is done hero, Haw milling is uor innd vs"ut. . ihn..er. V4Mgg g4 ,g, l-'RI.NUS
mertifrcates. carried on extensively near town and i.tii 1 iiuvit ,ingliniein to hm N()IIAL I iNSTITUT 'Y witll oont.o on
there is a lotof lumber sih ippe d fronou'0 tyi idln tth niove oS late, etII? wo' tlit 1.
Sec. 12. A first, a second anid a third the ialan.hlotNlumbr shp i dlail th.weroi nllieI. i ,n Monday, ln o 8, rfor thil fourth sium-
grade certificate may be endorsed by ere. I went t" ine tp e ounletr lag lteslio oa ti x rlt ow Ut aTO m" n r tem, and chntinui twelve weeks.
the county uiperrinLatnilen t of any ong ago. sxtypasaysen som( arg 'iil) inlirmonf rer an iult.ioti. l nI orll t mal nrid coinuercial work carl
county ini the State, and shall then be faris, not prettlcst nuuti ti lds adi a i1 lil i t iiti n riod. For partliert eadd're i J. H.
valid for i nex ired lovely vineyard. I went, to a baptizt- tweliiy-oilte yet:Iit I l uci:of.ll t nrierssti tIiautl iiari. add russ I.l..
valid for its unexpired ,term in the iLrof twp t-thr(e a id (a \ 1 h -r hlt ,endoit- I t i .lif IM ire. BI .INSON, U.aln-i villo,, lh.
county in which it is endorsed. rin of twenty-throeini lat r onday. e by ,eitiin,(, i iilt'eei.t tM ti titnI e al olol omliin ni
Sec. 13. 'Whenv tr he holder o a it onoly thrfe miles from ihre. They i I on f x Mwiidwy. th o
Siec. 13. 'W henov:lr the holder of a .im, fdii- or ,)J1100. Ai, 1,,1f)(6;i. miht-rwl.nl l th1 i1- NOT1 4il4l 01)' IfI CTION.
first grade certinlite shall iproeset to have a large school there known as lid ) Ailto1, fer siiltil bt will bie t vtih itt e- as ont*e itt.l ofn"" anyc Noma s .. t.u. 2-6 1tiflt ,i-ip 7 il ls 5il(1 >I.y adilti l4niintliitl .I< Tir.*u#r nt, Tl-ho l)((l rv Oh r!t 'Ci.o (7 o tntlliylonC-
the county superiniit deit of any .coull- o it,;fullthtr dorl'red ht thih ler ie i1oub.)1of Alioliu i .ieivilnal.y, Wlu>rlda ii. itl on tle 17thi
U1 i rhu ta r Th riiIi. tins taller. Thv1t'1 iuildhingiis na 1 llShedol i it w eit for ftur eo niinitlvo wy i 11t0 Of Apr'l, A, J. II i.inoreirndl by vlrtueof
ty in the State satisfactory evidence . th e . In tithe i 0oii gvlni at nolt wimip tiullihc ii lkti i (l ti(nituiifiio iit WMn rI the Mtite of
that he or she has taught school success- llrge brick one, and one of the In1iS touti' litl .Sie. ln li,', iar r lorl!ltiT t)o 2lie 2 l 4y u Alf
fully for twenty years in this. State, do oresi brik. Obe is a pretty ( l' C..C rl scircui!t'oit ili). t,.'ti ncewiit rhn toi o fir Ititl
nine years of which a ll have bn little place. Last htaurd ny night the a i i. Wi ,on s. t. f. tinlii ihiuorhiuilI i lid'olblltad
Norni In stitate anid Sparks tCollelpte fl. 0.. l)ENT00. (It Ciirk.. ttIl4.1Ir in1). Vh titti of teim l0woi of the Lita
taught under certificates issued since Norm ,i.stitut. and p. rk. olle-i -- N l.r. ( rt llrlt o tm t v IN h u orl M i nto tiequail
January 1st, A. D. 1894, and he or she M et Tifton and had a debate, .on i 1.. G.fMAsONl olrltor fort {irtliaeinaict. d ft hoeadttoordi italt
is of good moral character and faith, "Prohibition and Local 0.tion." Thue NO'iC 01F A'I JATIN oltio w liet er ti pro-al-
ful and soceessful as an instruct- Normal Institute had the affirmative ,D~ Ut.NI)ION ,,. O d l i ll l t t
ful and succesful a an instruct- ..,,.. o, ,.. . .-,,,,,-,.'- ,-UKI, f H r 'PTerulviy ta w dy f li; hu toty on
or and disciplinarian, the coun- and SP arks College the negattlve. A 4M. LAWs or l-UrIitlDA. Tuesdity.tite Mdhlcynto June; tiS.m oTh.tlots
ty sup. ntendent of any -county, speial train took theni over aniNd N teIler tl)yiliven that J. t filwymlnite Ai"ritn s lolini.t" ilret are i fr t aeleta'or-
rn h.-uouh nety ..t.oTaxl (ltil erlitiato No. I lOdate40t1o Airf .t l t '" whe ltrtM utsId he
in the St a upon such further Sparks won., much to the surprise of It hl dLY if July, A. D. 181, istle4 l rtti. tlla utastibe maIn to the OJllunty ( toinliiollo-
he n tomay, upon such T11 rther t 0 poaeifnr 1ro mhvulu io wll;nk Ove days o
examination as he may deem neces- heir opponents. rossland is .thik ,'tined tO 4Iwf l Itgtrty wiulwlW, Kaid liun lan Ii s stier
sary, endorse said certificate, making l.g of challenging th" m a debate. This ortli ttititOlil ri oun t I nlit 1h d l ty of A OLtut
it perpetually valid during the life of is a common school, but we think we owiti; lil 1 0r- Cle rk rlt CIt ir Cler ftl' il, hrd o,
the holder in the county where such n win. There wii an excursion 'rhe.4id lit beine4 amrew l at the rtate ndr coi t (otitCo indloei. ti o
endorsement is made. Whenever al) to White Springs, Fla., on the 2394 and thie uiwe >of sucih ifer titoato it iatie hniun
edorsemeuunti. made. Whenever anly 'm ', , ;l- r i~l Kt NLO M .hin, Lr.} L iae idi cejrt te NOTICiK OF M'r('IiLlrnh)illS' MEIrtING.
teacher shall present satisfactory evi- ,.vrl" from her. ari going. .h.oy '. II IuE rerieennd oehorelhew to h iaw. ion i ed. .
dnce that he or he has taught h ave never been to Floridasu, and want wi'lsu inty- cXS on c e-i lttst in ay Jf Into Ntle Iln herby dver tbnf the Ahnut) Wet-
in this State for six years under frt. to go to the, bright and sunny land. W.t.ra. l tiny otetalO a ay A.e Je Itouse c grade ertificates, the average grade We are still having cool weather de QfM, oi>. A. 1).alI. 1,'.
of ruch certifheates being not leos than oer here, bad hail o evening last Clerhi Clreit Court Ahli utiiy Fridr it, ciLt ant tiuri .to for ah
Sinety per cent. issued since January week, J .. < ... rutleow',nn mtinrt
lst.,A. 1). 1894, atd that he or she is of sm Arn O St 'NT),. Noti se i netrhf alveiih t n thhe ld diy (of ttlnl- nrinitl.r ,y l ribl ntnmltt.w t attiil he' eitl
good moral character and. faithful and Crosiland, (Ga,, May 1). iA ui, ittwin tc' o. iio. ML ol. i< to ui in f ena t 'd in, or Sth thCer a hunot itS
U. M.sonts, County Juulo necessful as an instructor and dfa$ v'rtid. ra t hiN onic tIri tiet ay lat uhi-' vitiaret r ni, Th le tolnt en > if r b umt' thr hi' rtbiriiw
ci itnarian, the coUty stuerintendent OIhEuSJt u r. n tIhe ctitin' ot A 7l1"o | oni ir.7.P ,
of any county in the State maym, with- V ~l r e .P..... ="rf.it i u la tle HsL:tte oh )Irnid kriti as Lt Y!r: t..
'l. ) 'Iii 'tth tohtwq t f Vitsd -,rt t tiiJill' at te Tthe trafnslctot.hn 'or tilly other "nthe5l
out furtherexamination, isue to iiuch '. -"t re contiyil dty il .lo tptnh~r * flyfc ra. Death of Mr, Oel lri. e t>t Mar.y K. Cw, ckett, wtlfoti~ih~e tmrf tuf- t, 14. N., i'i.;AiUI, ".
teacher a first grade hie certiileate, Dath of rs. Dss veoars hc is rcmty (.r.kett wli i 1t.I -o J.e t Wn.lAMn.' lA'rI,
good in any par of ihe State and of .he sti'merous friends iA this city -,th -(rwiutlr or n rty M C. Mn cI 't l vin.iv
perpetual validity in the county where A.d W- tin of Mr. J. I. D..o..- 1r nr nr. c ro~n .B and<) foMeaL u.h'i iinN .
'tuc endorsement 1 ndao. Whenever o rt1 11 to lea" of tne death of .- 1.'ni<... May ',rWhr Ar t ,, $figutt;', .mon
the holder tenorl"ee arn certifllfte heft hli devoted wifo ,wh'eh lsadd e(ent oc, At)MhNIltT A''Wh'"s N(I'tCE. '[t nani lttier tn t re itw noitlit .n tr ,I. irtiintluniit
L Sl.ee !1cu red ~ r a th I er i l .death,. If Nt ic.... ie ?l ntilu. tht.... .'tai ,h' t.tti nufl. "... ta "t Eit" nnntiabulon t i -" h| xnfinlt "f

present to tIhe Satoe '8 perinrendent ""rr .e f"sther home in.- ".Jack te t olt, .L taur veL i Wrxo..1, as ueit t at tr Whi iti, r- ti pi n rr ni0 t,.iii -.
sal-sfactory eviden oe having tugh Saturday. Deceasd wa* poieitd of o tetihe oe it iA owell. ,Attriee l, jill ror imti d t s 1 .E' .it intmin. ia,,.
.. .In . i t L. toy J Oe iof Alaehitlh C V nty. On) Jine K, tIWO
miccessfsilly inder said certificate for a moetlovable aud charitltie afture, i4ue rit.for a fti ngti .t tle nnrnt u.d i-.hasrie,. n 11in1i4,y A v ,,r n l,,i., .i,
four. years, the Sa4lte S0a erintendent a.td roved to be a devoted wife a- s f orese o w s r ot n d I ov t f.- the -" t ,'.. n onf a o i-e.
may endorse sltd certefioiat 4, tighereby. moter. J .: etr Air tat of ',. MX. 'Pwe',wtL I. lIE'. .. f, n'to prove
W ing .l v lid during the life f the The funeral was-thel "..Sunder - .. ... .. ........',tll-itti, ......." . .... ,a' miotl'" a

... 14.. A. ertilate of any grade ed by a. hirge .num er of soorr og i rteI bis it ai nn~ i' .n 1hy .
,0,0449eriate11C l ii t hreof 1. Ivle tii l int tir i.,
4y5 b r evked .hb the, aut'ri .r uftd d-reWtlivet, Wt uiei ,to' gy r. .' ,.'wN I.. le .
su.1 it or b7 thu 8tades o n rG n aer % (in .
alacksoLv*il'W mind .*wasa shi ds 1 '^^ ^at ?
._., .ta l.t.. . . .... .]? ..4 3.. ... ..

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of eighty per ceut. in suoe oral aud
written examination on primary stud-
ies and methods as may be prescribed E
by the State Superilntendent -with such
assistaiits as he mpay select. P'timry
certificates shall be valid fkr four
years from the dite of issue, except as
provided in Section 13 of this net, and
shall b'e valid only for teaching in 'the

Setl. 190., 8 a Irat s n l I, Pia.,-
Oplundor Ate o0 on-

J*.lii; ry ad Thursday
At OS en.il~e, -Florida

ii... McOWRARY', Editor and Prop'r..

lT.-6s ov SUasoIrPToN: "
Th'e wIce-a-Week Sur $1 a year ;'six
S t O ,ths, 50e.; single copies, 5c,
.Local advertisements, 15 cents a line
f6 tbe first and 10 cents for each addi-
I.. on l'nslrtion.
iptlayed advertisements for three,
..ip, ( d 12 months at special rates.
S b fiea furnished upon application.
SMarriage and Death notices inserted
roo. Obituaries, S cents a line.

|po'We will notaccept stamps of a
larger denomination than 2 cents.

|| ',^. ^Ou, -OlLUBBINGI sLT.
The Sin and the Thrice-a-Week
'(N..Y.) World ne year ......;, .$1
The Stun and thb Atlanta '(Ga.)
hWeekly Constitution one year.. 1,
The Sun and the Atlanta (Ga.)
Semi-Weekly Journal one yea*. 1
The Suti and the Semi-Weekly
Times-Union one year.... j ".'1


The legislative committee appointed
to inspect the Deaf a3-d Blind Insti-
tute in St. Augustine visited the in-
stitute last week and made a thorough
inspection and are now fully ,informed
as to the present conditions "and fu-
ture needs of this important institu-
tion. Senator Peacock and Repre-
sentatives Knowles, Smith and Bullock
composed the legislative committee
and they were accompanied to the inisti-
tute by Messrs. Geo. S. Meserve, Hen-
ry W. Davis and Jas. W. Estes, repre-
senting the St. Augustine Board of
Trade. Below is printed the re-
port of the Board of Trade committee :
"The undersigned, having been ap-
pointed by the St. Augustine Board of
Trade to extend the courtesies of our
people to the gentlemen composing
the committee from the Legislature
to inspect the- State Institute for the
Deaf and Blind, wish to say a few
"We accompanied the visiting gen-
tlemen to the Institute, and with them
made a thorough inspection of the con-
dition and work of the institution.
We showed such other courtesies as
the time at their disposal would allow.
The gentlemen expressed their appre-
ciation and thanks for our attention.
We wish to say through the press
that we were pleased with what we
as w nd helird a, tht h l< T *

AIe s oo I. e n
The population of Ireland,,.which sti0tution is doing a good work for the
, fifty' year, ago was over 8,000,000, is deaf and blind, who come here fron
now less thair4,500,000.' all parts of the State. 'he appear
S -- .J ance and bearing of the students, thei
Incandescent bulbs are supplied to evident interest in their study an<
Spain at, eight cents each, delivered work impressed us ad showing patient
by German manufacturers. teaching and supervision. The gen
S .' .,.. eral atmosphere of the institution was
In the last decade the increase In Qne of kindness, happiness and work.
wealth was one-seventh greater than ''The superintendent has gathered
the increase of population about him a corps of earnest, efficien'
and cultured teachers and supervisors
Andrew Carnegie has given $60,000 We have read his bilennial report, anc
it aid,of IBooker.T. Washington nor- also his statement of expenditures for
mal s6hool"at Tuakegee, Ala. the present year.
SThe superintendent submitted to the
Mrs. Hetty G'den opposes all kinds 06mmittee a carefully prepared esti-
of diyvore, especially~ the kind that mate of the financial needs of the in.
"eptarates the dollar from the pocket- stitute, in order to meet the increas-
book. ing necessities and demands. The
bok. __ __ _need of a new plant and in.teased fa.
General Wood says his mission in the cilities was acknowledged by each
Philippines s pof a military character., member of the. committee. About
Naturally this is ,a military adminis- $100,000 for improvements and equip.
-atoion. nments are asked for. These needs.em-
n --- -- brace more land., a new plant, fire pro-
Most nion have to work hard for tection and enlarged. equipments for
their vacations, but certain Washing- the literary, mechanical and musical
ton ,ffilals arc having indefinite departments.
leaves thrust upon tlmhem. "As this is tho only school of this
class in the State, and it has never had
The,.expressions 'of certain editors adeqiiuate buildings or support, and the
during the Russian Manchurian sensa- pl'Tesnt plant is ufisanitary and insuf-
tibn demonstrated how anixious the boy ficienti and unsafe, we feel that the ap-
with a "big stick" is to use it. peal of the s uporintendent should be
S_,. -:___.- et liberally and promptly by the
Mr. Frederiok C. Ohm of the United egislatureo. T'lhere is no question of
States Geological Survey has sue- needs. And there shIould be no hosi-
ceeded in cutting from a piece of rock tancy of the lawmaking body, as
a sheet 1400X)0 part of an inch in thick- Florida is amply able to do her duty.
nes. A close have. We ask our citizens, merchants, clergy,
-labor organizations ad all classes to
St. Louis promised that there will be extend such aid and influence as is
an intra-mural railroad on the fair possible to Senator MacWilliams and
ground. There ought to be. It is' a Messrs. Webb and Floyd toward secur-
day's journey from one end of -the ing adequate appropriations to this
grounds to the-other. needy and worthy State institution .lo.
-. ::. ::-.: -: cated in our midst."
The evident desire of the adininistra-
tion to suppress the facts in the post- Th buying of norou canals is
office scandals is having the natural in the air. Canada is noead of the
re PulotofshakingDeonprtden in the e- United States i providing water trans-
tire PostofloDepartment. portation from Lake Superior to the

senator itanha has in Senator For- Atlantic, having already flanked
aker an enemy who will keep tlhe ju- Niagara Falls, with a snip canal, but
nior Ohio senator quite too busy int the State of New York is going to con-
Ohio for some time to permit of his en- vlrt cl into a ship canal at
tering the presidential boom. a1n expminsA 'of over one hundred mil-
lion dollars.
According to John Birilbane Walker, Baera add "0
the housekeeper, in another quarter of1 1 n anIoulnce that he will add 10
a century, will have to bea chemit ctti ts per to to coal e'ltich mntli. from
and a trained scientist ut tl by on until th pre et to $5.
that time few men will be able to an- f lr gd< in wIih hi goods jmst what
ford matrimony or housekeeping. tuher l o'plet aro apt to do-selling
Sthemll as high as he tian.

The tyranny with which Secretary
Root elects to govern thme expressions
of all army officers, active and retired,
: ; .o is causing the greatest dissatisfaction
with the present administration, not.
only among officers but amoug their

Tourists returning from Cuba are
bringing news of greatly improved
S traveling facilities and predict that
S "the Pearl of the Antilles" will soon
,: become the Mecoa for AImericans inW
searchh ,of novelty uand beauty ,p
si cery.
:: The antrea in the tem.ooratic an-
4diatef far tr p e d y lomazfiied
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State of Ohio, City of '.roledo,
Lucas County. 58.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior part ier of the tirm of F. J.
Ciheney & Cio., doil.g business in the
City of. Toledo, County and State afore-
said, and that said firm will pay One
Hundred Dollars for each and every
case of Catarrh that cannot be cured
by the use of Hlall's C:;tarrh Cure.
SSworn to before me ind subscribed
t11 my pre.emaee, "I 'his tifth day of Do-
.ember, A. 1). 18S6.- -

tKKA, 1. Notary Public.
.-.Hllas CatarrC Oure is taken ittern.
al7 aUnd aotasdir"tly on- the biod ad
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(From Our Regular Correspondent.)
Washington, May 18.-There is con
siderable concern manifested amon
rsembers of the Cabinet and othe
prominent officials in Washington re
garding the extent and the emphasi
with which the President, in his West
ern speeches, is dwelling upon th
"Monroe Doctrine. It is believed inth
East that'the Monroe Doctrine is moe
expensive to maintain and brings wit'
it no adequate return. It has "bee.
pointed out that whenever a Europea
nation secures control of a colony th
commercial status of the newly-ac
quired territory becomes fixed, the de
mand for foreign goods increases, and
the-United States secures its share o
the commerce. In South America
however, the integrity of petty gov
ernmepts is preserved by the United
States and the result is that these lit
tie countries are constantly at war
that they repudiate their commercia
obligations without hesitation and t(
the seriotas loss of every American
business man, who attempts to dea
with them and that' even when thi
United States has a favor to ask, as ii
the case of the Panama canal, it re
ceiveS even less consideration' than ig
accorded d.Eurpeati nations. Unde
these qonditi'onss 'tle officials referred
to regard-it 'as i1l.- died for the Pres
Ident to dwellowith ,such ,marked em
phaies upon the subject. The facts are
of course, that Mr. Roosdvelt is afraid
to discuss the tariff because of the fac
tional differences on that subject' in
his own party, is unwilling to discuss
trusts and monopolies for fear of fur-
ther offending the Wall street interests
and finds the Monroe Doctrine a safkE
topic because few people understand it
and most regard it as a sort- of pat.
riptic duty to uphold it. Incidentally,
Mr. Roosevelt wants a larger navy and
the alleged necessity of maintaining
the Monroe Doctrine furnishes an ex-
cuse for his coveted "big stick.'
It is learned on authority of a mem-
ber of the Cabinet that the President
and Senator Hanna have made a trade
whereby the former will welcome as
his running mate, provided he 'secures
the nomination, 'Mr. Myron T. Her-
rick, whom Mr. Hanna is just now
booming for governor of Ohio. The Cab-
net officer alluded to was invit-
ed into the President's official
family, because of' his political sagac-
ty. He says: "Colonel Herrick is
sne' f the strongest possibilities for
he second place on the ..picket. It
seems now that the likelihood of his
eiing nonminated will become much
stronger ift' he is triumphantly elected
governor of Ohio next fall. Should
his.majority fall below normal, how-
\ver, his availability will be seriously
Secretary of State Hay is now thor-
oughly convinced that there was no
oundation for the reports forwarded
iere last week by Minister Conger at
?ekin to the effect that the Russians
ad occupied Niu Chwang in Manchu-
ia. It appears that United States
Consul Miller, at Niu Chwang, heard
hat the Russians were to occupy the
orts at that point and immediately
ommunicated with Minister Conger,
vho cabled the statement to thiscoun-
ry. There had been some movement
f Russian troops in Man'chbria, but
othiug in violation of the treaty stipu-
ations. Although it is stoutly main-
ained at the State and Navy Depart-
nents that nothing has occurred to
ecessitate the presence of a stronger
aval lleet in Chinese waters, it is re-
arded as somewhat significant that
*ithin the past week the Wisconsin,
he 'Raloigh, the Albany and the Ciii-
imnnlti have been ordered to attach

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class incl ', at nnmn',er of ..C_ lent
The President%! determination.' tmsicians o i- ha ." of t.l11'ent
fo~etoanetgrocolector oc-the port '-lto under the tri ni n ofhienot
thpeo of arlo, -., a- this excellent t"LT and g-teah of
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Economy in medicine must be
measured by two things-cost and
effect. It cannot be measured by
either alone. It is greatest in that
medicine that does the most fox
the money-that radically and per-
manently cures at the least ex.
pense. That medicine is

Hood's Sarsaparilla
It purifies ahd enriches the blQod,
cures pimples, eczema and -all
eruptions, tired, languidk\felings,
ln,.ziz r~f A tri'Ofit-E. a n Rompor.-il rd bhilit m-

themselves to the Asiatic squadron.
Representative Swanson of Virginia,
ne of the Democratic leaders on the
our of the Hlouse, is in Washington
id recently expressed some views on
he presidential situation. Mr. Swan-
on regards Senator Gorman as the
lost available 'man in the party, but
ames Judge Parker of New York as
is second choice. He sees encour-
gemteit in the enthusiasm with which'*
Ir. Cleveland has been received on
several occasions as demonstrating
tore than usual interest in the I)emo-
ratie nominee and auguring success
or the DOcuocratic ticket, but he does
ot believe Mr. Cleveland stands the
lightest chance of being nominated.
The most important development in'
le postoffice situationidaring the pat
reek has been the summary removal
t August W. Maohen, ganeiral s pr.,
itendent of thy 'dilIson of frf e
eltiery .ann &1eQiLgtI*


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White Man and Three Negroes
Pay the Penalty of Their Sins.


Were Employed by Man Named Ran-
dall to Kill Barney Brown., a Respect-
able White Man, and When Appre-
hended Confessed.
Special to The Sun.,
Lakeland, May 20.-This morning
about 2 o'clock Barney Brown, A white
man, was waylaid and murdered about

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rUS- 011 U J ILtUU (/Lj U,,, "UUM.1J. two miles north of Bartow 'by Aleck
d "I have taken IHond's Sarsaparilla an4l Keinedy and Henry Golden, two ne-
- found it reliable and givinra perfect sat1 fac- groes. They were hired by one Ran-
Stion. It takes away that tired feeling.,.give dal .
Energy and puts the blood in good conditi s dall, a white man who conducted a
*l lMss EFFIE COLONNE.1535 10th Street, N.,, blind tiger at Mulberry, who has
o Washington, D. C. served a sentence of twelve months in'
n Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to the chain gang.
l1 cure and keeps the promise. The negroes when caught admitted
e t__..... ... __ ______hat they killed ,Barney Brown, and
S1 that they were paid to do so by Ran-
service after Estes C. Rathbone had dall.
s gotten it into, an almost inextricable The two negroes, in the center of
r muddle. Since Machen's removal whom was the body of Randallj were
some important discoveries have been found swinging to a limb' near Mul-
- made, although their characters will berry this morning, and their bodies
not be revealed until Fourth Assistant were riddled with bullets. R dll i
Postmaster-General Bristow completes is said, made a desperate fight, but
his report. It has been announced did no harm.
, that the appropriation for rural routes A great man f th
I has been exhausted and no further Lakeladhae been to the citizens he
S routes will be established until" after lynchig at re to thsene
July, 1. lynching,, and report, that the : bodies*
dangling in space is a ghastlysight.
S:Thre have now been removed from T wet and dry electionwhich was
office four officials against whom held wePoland dry electionwhich was
t. ehgrges have, been preferred--Judge oe n Polk q ntly yesterday passed
. Tyner, Mr.: Ohristiancy, Tyner's asist- offvery qui fetlyr proibith a majority of
ant, Machei and Superntendent ver 200 forprohibiton.,.
1.Beavers-although the latter was per- MRS. GOODSP ED'S DEPARTURE.
Smitted to resign. .It is not believed ..,
that any one of these officials will be. Estimable Lady Receives Honors at
permitted to resume his duties. in Palmer, Where She Spent Winter.
the case of Machen there appears to Palmer, May 19,--Mrs. Goodspeed,
be no occasion for his office. There is who has been spending the winter in
now a superintendent of city free de- Florida, will shortly return to her Chi.
livery and a superintendent of rural cago home. She has won many firm
free delivery. As "general superin- friends in the South and on Friday,, ,"
tendent of free, delivery" Machen oc- the 15th, a farewell reception was ten-' :
cupied a position analogous to that of dered her. It was held in Mr. Wigels-
an assistant postmaster-general, which worth's mill and was the finest party
he had labored to have himself ap- held in this locality for many years.
pointed. It 'is now regarded as more The mill had been transformed into a
than likely that after the conclusion bower of beauty. The whole ceiling V'
of the present investigation theo divi- was covered with a mnass of hang-
sion of city free ,elivery will remain ing gray moss, while beneath was
under the supervision of the First As- stretched hands of bright bunting ar-
sistant Postmaster-General, and that ranged in figures or triangles. The
of rural free delivery will be perma- side walls were profusely decorated
neatly transferred to the bureau pre- with palms and evergreens, while fae
sided over by the Fourth Assistant ing the entrance on a spotless white
Postmaster-General, where it will be background stood out in large letters
in close relationship with the star clear and distinct the word '"Wel- .
routes, etc., apparently its natural 1o- come." Hlanging lamps and lanterns
cation. lighted up t1h roonu, atd g graceful
.....dancers and beautiful costfumres added
THE CANTAL.OUPE CROP. to the charm, making the whole a pic-
.... ture long to be remembered.
As will be noted from the figures Refreshmen'ts of crea and 'cake
reecently submit-ted by parties who are weresere and ake
werin a position to know the cantaloupe served beneath the trees where a *
in a position to know, thi cantaloupe huge fire of pine knots gave both light;
crop in the section between Gaines- and heat, and rustic tablesand beoche ligh
ville and Wildwood, inclusive, a dis- beside it gave pleasure and bencheomfort
tance of possibly seventy miles", with The merry-makers had such a royal
an average of not more than ten miles good time they Were loath to part and
in width, will bring to the growers the danced into the wee smah t ours anof
net sum of $540,000, or considerably morn. wee ma
more than a half-million dollars. On Monday evening Mr. and Mrs.
These conditions are gratifying, and (George Taylor gave a croquet party in
to say the least, must be encouraging -.,nor of the sme lady. The grounds -i
to this section of the State. A fe. v re ver retl dy. The ground
years ago these same men who are now n*,_iy lights hanging from and athe
making their thousands at growing the large l ive oas whih encircled abouthe
cantaloupes and other truck knew cr uet plot de ich encirced the
nothing of the 'value of their lands. A ourteo s "ade it very attractive .
These lands were set in magnificent lent music deicu refresh excel-nts
orange groves, bringing virtually as combined t(] ev eier ire l
pensions, yearly with little expendi- ing. tmak e meven-
ture and labor, handsome sums, when Mrs. (... *N-" .
the fatal freeze of 1895 cut them into ida shg odIspeed said in leaving Flor-
destruction. With that energy which ant V; will take with her many pleas-
is, to say the least, commendable, the s to thank ll her frie hands efor alld -
growers were determined not to b cir thouhtfulness and ccurtesies,
outdone, with tihe result that th She fully appreciates heir kindness,
have brought this country into pro and hopes sometime to '
nence as .the second greatest Chicago, where she will ""dea,
loupe-growing section in the tie which has e beesf extindedosp .
With the exception of the Rocky d. while here. She is looking forward at
section in Colorado. Florida p" rd somen future time to make iFlorida her
more and finer cantaloupes th.c- permanent homo-.
country, and two-thirds oft the any MRS. DENBY'S MUSICALE '
erop is grown in Alachua and arida '.
counties. rion Will Render Delightful Entertainment at
--- ----- Seminary Hall Tonight "
The treasury officials have There is a gr- t trait store for
that the vessel carrying the $ fear? lovers of g',.d t toigt, whenfor
of silver Filipino coins will bF0,00 at t.e ailitor to-gt. wlhe- -d
laid. The *.,wag" would be too 'ny- Seminary, 3,lr ':., i)'y's &la's
to carry away. .' avy will give anj ,:,,,, .s


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PA SE TE EN TE The life 'of foo dis the fat
,,,'iple i ,,, v more real benefit from the ------
ple Provision Has Been Made food; that is why cod liver Live Oak Proer Without Sa.
to Take Care of Troops. oil is a powerful builder of loons and "Blind Tigers."

D HOUSE RE US Scott's Emulsion of pure
., Many New and Important Measures cod liver oil solves the Messrs. Matheson, Carpenter, Hamp-
Brought for Consideration of Both problem of how to take cod ton, Colson and Thomas Call Atten-
Branches of House-House Passes lieril That is one reason tion to Existing Conditions in Two
SBill Fixing Salaries of Legislators. That Dry Towns.
Tallahassee, May 19.-By a vote, of why doctors have been pre- To the Voters of Alachua County:
26 too. the Senate this morning passed scribing Scott's Emulsion for We call your attention to the sub-
the bill appropriating $30,0)0 for en- all wasting diseases, coughs, joined statement made by sole of the
most reliable men of the State. This
campmients and practice marches for colds and bronchitis for circular was furnished last year, atnd is
1th04 State troops for the year 1903 and almost thirty years, a most unanswerable argument against
at y p e tt t the hue and cry that the business de-
It is probable that the encampnmmt we'll snd yoe a sample free pq request. velopmlent of the co6lity is dependent
will be held in A ugust of this year. SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl Street, New Yoirk upon saloons.
St. Augustine and Jaiksonville are ....... ........ ..... ... ..... ........ C RIS. M ,
candidates for the s ie. provide for 'the recording of decree ill W. J, CA HiVKeN'1It,
The Senate was confronted TCesday chalmcery, and to secure and validate W. W. I [AMI"TON,
morning with a large Ibundle of bills' all degrees heretoforeo recorded. : .. PiRRY COLSON,
on their third reading anda a few miti- Tlt was some little d.isctusson ;.,' W. R. TIFOMAS.
utes after the session opened worUk U011 S.tuntor MacWillias" ...oril '""
comnimenced oni lessening the number. th i!o of tlh tls oStaftes, W the undersigned.oitizens of Live
Among the bills passed were the fol- asking tlhe passago ifWhat is known as Oak anid $uwauneoe C(ounty, do unlihoesi-
lowing: the Brownlow bill, or l(ich other simi- tatilidgly 6'ndorse prohibition and the
Senate bill amending section 8 of an lal n.msure having for its purpose t ti of saloons.
act entitled an act to regular the a u he building a ose In Au ist 1902, Live Oak amd Sg-1)
S at reg e aiding in the building and onstrue. Wannee ot-nty will .have 'Il)een ''d ry"
holding of political primary elections tion of hard-surfaced roads in, the sev-, for thirteen years, and during that
in the State of Florida, for nominating ral States and territories.' Sevoerl time both city and county ,hlve en-
candidates for any office under the thought it a Republican scheme, and joyed an unprecedented perpd of
laws of this State, and for nominating others did not see how it wo enLt pr a snd well s a oal
delegates to political conventions, ap- the State, The bill was defeated b.a standpoint, the abolition of the liquor
proved May 31, 1901. vite of 17 to 38. traffic from our inidst has been a Cod-
Senate bill to amend section 10, Senator Blount's bill to define the send. We have never had what iuight
chapter 4888, Laws of Florida, entitled nor iount wic s l be termed a failure tmnong our bimsi-
chapter4 awo orida, entitled grades of instruction which shall be ess men, and our financial rating is
an act to provide for the issue, cus- otaght in the, uniform system of the second to no other city in Florida.
tody, redemption, sale and transfer of public schools of Florida, to aid and We have seen the Village of Live
tax sale certificates, and the issue of encourage the establisirment of 'public Ok row into a prosperous lit-tle city
tax deeds, anmd prescribing the duties e u ramand he r people enjoying prosperity
tax deeds, and prescribing the duties high sct ools and rural graded schools, uich as was nevdr known during? the
to prescribe conditions, provide for, in- time open saloons existed here.
with, approved May 30, 1901. spection, and to inake an appropiia,tion Thie moral and business tone of our
Senate bill to amend sections 2205, therefore, was passed by a vote of 48 cit is something that we are ptoud of.
2206 and 2207 of sub-chapter 2 of the t ronidered ad referredA drunk man on our BstroetAs Woult be
Revised 20Saues of the State of tFil- to 9, then reconsidered and referred a curiosity and a curiosity that we
Revised atuteof tState of Flr- back to bills upon second reading for have ho desire to see.' Our' wives
ida, entitled 'Special Provisions for amendments mothers and sisters can, at any and all
Building and loal Associations." t bill to vie f th f times, walk our streets without fear.
Senate bill for the relief of M enate bill toprovid for t he levy o The growth of Live Oak for the past
Senate b i for the reliefdow of Mrhe taxes for 1903 and 1904, was.passed by ten years has been gratifying and sub.
Mary Elizabeth Dickiso, widow of the a vo of 39 4. Under this act stantial. There are. now in course of
Slamented Gen. J. J. Dickison, granting County Commissioners may make a 8- erection here over twouty-live build-
Sa pension of $25 per month for life. iil. levy for the building of hard-star- ig ic gos tt th tb-
Senate joint resolution proposing a roads. tantitai citizens have faith in a "d ry
t i, Ieounty anid city.
aiepdmnents to the constitution rela- Senate bill repealing the law deflln- Webel i(ve 'tat we can saty, without
tive to courts, making criminal courts ing the boundaries of St. Petersburg fear of contradlction, that it is n 11 t-
of record courts of record, and enlarg- was lssed ter imipossibility to lpurchasm a (Irink
iih- the jur-isdiction said powers. as passe' of liquor in Live Oak. It is trumi(---hat;
ig their jus ion a powers. M Drane's Holoue bill to provide we have had our trouble with "Blind
Senate bill for the relief of the Vo- for testing the legality of elections Tigers," buti with 'nu untirinig hinirgy
lusia.County Blank. held to determine whether intoxidat- antl s't rit, eiforc'nienot of thI lAt
Senate bill to amend the election ing liquors, wines or beers shall be have l'eei alle nt, it.up theil t,,t
law so as to provide that the office of The liuor t.ratie, like at cat., hlUM ;iio.
he reistra to profiicr i halcl oe opers sold, and to prohibit collateral contests liv, and tjio "I.linr Tiror" I, thl
thereof in prosecutions for crimes, was death struggle of ia crying evil, "Thio
for two periods in each year, in JuTne passed. Open Saloon."
and September, at the court house in r. 'rraninell's bill to pmoihit tle Show us a mAn who favors t1 Olpen
ehcot Mr. Tra ell's bill to prohibit the saloon for the businli.ss .it will bring
ea e bill o prescribe false-laheling, tagging, branding or and' we will show yoi -it mail that I
Senate hill to prescribe the complen- marking on any wrapper, box, bottle, knows nothing tf whit lie talking,
Saton of sheriffs when going to anoh- ase or package used in shippingi or the or who loves whiskey himself. Actuil
er State for prisoners, '.ring by any p)rsoi in Floritda of ftmts amtin atul txhermie.4es are bUtteri
Senate bill to protect the sponge d proofs thian all the theories bused upon
Sa and to license non ny drugs, medicine, liquor, wines, prejudiced reasoning. A sober 1mitn ti
Sbeds of tile State and to license non- beers or cider, and the sale, or offer- more reliable, will do more work and
residents taking sponges therefrom. ing to sell, te same so labeled, tagged, command better wtges thln a dr king
Senate bill to make tax deeds issued branded or marked, and fixing a pn- man. He will thl'andrefore have more
I or to be issued under the provisions brane o marked, ar x pen- money to spend than m1 drinking mam,
d in th form described bv chapter alty fo r violation thereof, was passed, and, not spending lit m konoy for drink,
and mn the form prescridae by pr This bill will prevent any person from lihe will necessarily havy to 5pindt it for
4888 of the Laws of Florida, prima having liquor sent to him labled something that will be of nmatorial
facee evidence of title. "eron' r r" r an her benefit to himself or family. Now,
Senate bill to prescribe the time for osene, or "syrup, or any other this being the case, with a sober coin-
Ith. Senate bill to prescribe the timelectors for false label. It will also stop the munity, we have more noney and
the qualification of electors for all shipping of jugs into dry counties ad- more beneft to the greatest inumberof
special elections bi the State. dressed to "John Doe." It was stated, people. Now take thi 'converse of this
Senator Law's bill amending.the law onthe floor that persons could go into niropositioi, via A dwrinki ndia mi Is
regulating the carrying of firearms, some ers offices in certain dry wot as reliable; will n ot do as utich
was also passed. The bill applies to outiexpres, of certan work and will not command as good
s psed T1he bll o halii counties, ask for a package addressed wages as a sober man, h e will therefore
licenses and makes te law that rigid. to John Doe, and receive same on pay- not have as much nmteyto spend as
Senator Brown's.bill to declare the o cl- will the sober man, etc. "A word to
obtaining of advances of moneyor sup- portationt. the wiave io ciarousing or drr.-
plies upon the part of the farm laborers, I peaker Gibbons this morning tip- nesS in our city and rono police olticer
and the failure tolcarry out such con- pointed Messrs. Mote of Lake, John- preserveins good orderr and peacc.
tract, a misdemeanor and to fix pen- ston of Pasco and Findlay of Fafayette Ginnrl l're enitm, t of trghe (trmid
tnttvin n-ae -o ..m.u. .... .. -e ti-t. aury of ty f r tm

-h c" Si co nplin e with the House resolu- .Jury of Hiwa.nio C(onty for the
Senator Bown's bill to require rail tion relating to the Investigation in Spring term of 1902 I
way companies to equip their cars for connection with the Key West arory 1st. We have carefully examined
carrying timber with standards, sup- bill. Speaker Gibbons stated that Mr. into all cases aubrittd to us by the
trips and other appliances, was a-stated that Mr. proper autlhorities, aini it iA with pleas-
ports, strips and other apliances, was Strozier, the mover of the resolution, ire that o ti t aWnomjrt of
defeated by it vote of 11 to 15. arnoo o
Other bills passed by the Senate this declined to serve upon the committee, e rime cornitted during the past #six
Other bills passed by the Senate tis months, anxid it sihouldl 1) a sou.re of
l" lioon included one to prohibit the The Ellis Cottage. congratulations to the people of thisi
hooting of wild' ducks between the The cottage of T. 10. lis, which has coitunty."
iiof sunset and sunrise; for the been undr course oeretion for the Auri yo tat or hearts are
ltion of wild game in Sanita Rosa past few weeks on tho picturesque and iurbia o r inty, w T ar:in
giving Orlando similar rights historic old. Ellis homestead, West J. B, Johtnson, Mayor
now held by the city of San- Liberty street, is nearing coBnletion "B. M. Bean, l'astor, Blaptist Church,
e road and bridge taxes of and Contractor Eddins hopes to turn 1. Blaelr, March.t.
unty, by granting to Orlando the. building over to its owner in a few In. D,:xter, I)iretor ive Oak
one-half of the amount days. Bank. J
no said taxes on property\ iThe cottage will be one story in H1. M. Wo l,. Cashier ,l'e Oak Bntilk
city. i I 11 ontin ix rooms, B F. Horn, Cashier Fil National
pttyte eiiht,.It l contain kix rooms, D. --
ethis afternoon passed the and wif mnkeone of the eqslest and Cary A. Hardee. Attorne..
fhink the amount to be most comfortable residences in the W. 1, Cox, A. 0D
ie and attaches for thip city. /A. ee fu mpitreyy, Attorney.
atnendment were unad W. M. Wells, Merehant.
kfi-es the.pay of me- Se8y At.tten by Do. W. Collins, .,erchant.
,7 .fixes the.pay of-mnere-, Slehnl AI, May 20.--- ;the H .rinon. ,armer,+. "
agd mileage at ten cents year-old s6 Dr W. WW, rr, o .. HBrinuma anMert
Bills on second reading .ts city, wa blttn br y ter' 8. P M Merchant.. ;:.-;.. -
s^*cere sau seversl were or- mainsM irlalA dadase Ar;o^o laygi pc iI,1!^c*^k


J. M. Barclay.
Barlay G roover, Druggit s.
E. P rroover.
E. A. Bundick, Merchant.
AT J. Robertson, Merchant,
Dr. H. F. Airth, M. D.
H J.: Platt, Turpentine Operator.
W. E.'Boyd, Farnwr.
S. J. White, Merchatnt.
T,. S. Baisden, of firsu of WVorth t,'-
phoens & Oo.
Thos. Dowling, Saw Mill.
W. 0. ]Babhe, Sawy Mill.
Geo. P, HRndrix, Machinist.
Geo. E. Robbins, firmnn of Robbins &



Taken Into Woods and Body Rid-
died With Bullets.


Was Forced to Give Up Keys to Jail
Where Prisoner Was Confined-Jar-

Prosperous Town.n i "Dry Procinct vis Hung to Same Pino Tree Where
ithoit hesitation or persuasio. Two Negrooes Were Lynched Before.
Without hesitation or, porsunaioii. 1)
we, the undersigned citizens of Lako Wash W. Jarvis, white, who killed
Butler, Florida, and Precinct No. 2, his coulit,'Joimh Valdrtnp,on Sunday,
Bradford County, endorse most May 10, was taken from the nty
heartily Prohi ition and the nholitiut . I d o "t
of the liquor trattic. night by a
We rejoice that the town anid pre- mob of unasked oin betwoouiI and 12
oinct in which we live is entirely frev o'clock.
from the evil ilittluences of the salooni( Two of the party met Oity Night
mnd attrinbutet our lrtn ot prosw rly Wtlhriliu\i .tektot i. ithi up town
to thu fact tlhit Precinct. No. 2 is dry,t
and liquor is notsit old in our midst., '. ll hi arud rk Vornr,
Lake 3tutlor is tiuildinug up rapidly t.'l his lnm tn.d -Wl k tt 1k huim to the
amid substantially with it populition of county jlil, whichlie w0 wi 'lde to to un-
good, law-abiding people, ilid our bus- loeek T ',he tii'olol thon broke, the are
iness men in our colnimimnity ntid oitr ,glt lit fion t -f ie, jail with trioki
people in gtmral! are all liroperoIusI. lt in ont p O il Wt rk
One police olficer nainta'ins thho and wt.t i t, i but couldd not., lid ith0 in-
poace and ordor of the oo'ihijtuti side kly,. "l'herotywent bui.k to,tniith
and wedo not have drunk.mwmis, ; carousingas existed wheii liquor ,av lu ,,,,,ys,t the1 to w, m t. Ja rvls
sold in Lake lc iutler. OLl .i i, r i l t t bo t i
We deny moat emphatically ithe Ait)d, wr"pp1d a ,he t about his
statement. that taking ton sale of in- hciad,, tl him with strriiu ropo and
toxicating liquors from our midst ; has l,.d, himi iiwly, afCollpnihd by Stook-
injured onr business. To the contrary, l Sil whi was idfoldod and
it is our earnest belief that it has uin- to s ".
proved it greatly. L.,d. *
Yours for Sobriety, Morality and Jarvis was tied to it tall pine tree
Ieconey, aboutthre -quarters of a mile froni
Ohas. 1-1. Register, Salesman, M
^P Iginster, rentertr Madison, the eFanme tree Where two )i-
J 1) AIoderman, Merchant. groes were lyinolted, iand burned somre
G W. Alderman, Farmer. time ago, '
J. 1). Cobb, Merchanit. One hundrred or more shot were
'P. Odom. Marshal.red Into his'by, ciltoly rd
M, Rivrs Memerfired tle his body, ompletoly rid
G.iPurvis, D. D.8. dlil ghs head. lratips wero all over
J. E1 Maines, Alderman., the'ground, presentiltig anost ghastly
J. Ay. Townsend Naval Stores. cmne
L. A. Duncan, Merchant.
WL J. unpperon, Merchant. Jarvis was tip for preliminary trial
D. I. lunme, Fariner. Tiiursday,, May 14, before Judge Mar-
T P. Fowler, Morchant. tin, and was bound over for trial on
W. R. Plrevatt, $larber. $3,0) ibil.
SeHibor King, M1. ).l.
W. L. Rivers, blacksmith. Lawyers expected to secure his reo-
O. F. Rivers, lease.today.
,T. 3J, Joines, Mayor. Jirviu had another murder so his
John Craft, Farier. charge i about. it it ago.
J. .Ei Duke, Aldermann.
H. J' Stewart /Railroad Agent. T 'lte citizens tire not very mntih tcex.
A.' Strickland, Merchant. cited over thion matter, buit they con-
IE. L..- ( odm, oerlihait, demn tht slynchling. No clow ii to
.F. (. Secheil,. Editor Lalko Butler w1""P dil h" husfar
Star. who omiposel til t' has thtus far
1). Il. ill, ;x- T. 1. l'iToli(isoiilI, M. l). INSPECTING OFFICERS HERE,
(Iliin T' rr ,ll, I'rincipall l I ighl School. ...... .
J. "W. .rcnTws, Ilr-ik aMiton. U. S. Army and Floridta State Officers
J.T'' .utc.-h, liri(k Maninfiucturer, Inspect Cadets and Guanrds.
0. A. li'pperson ll.. Whlielwright.
*J. A.. King, P'liarmaiclst. C( ptthims ( Ileiirn ia il O -r--
St iraius, U1) it1.,l Statis iarly oillhere
NEW VWVINDLINC METHOD. rt rum a a lo on
friom FoI'rtm lltrroimetm aind ) ,s8oto, re-

Many of Largerit E,,>nczs Houeel of spinetIni'ty, vrulivel Im t lu cily
Ie.Iv 'v 'k t.in Vkti.t day. timnl iIn the ift-(irinuofi, lim i
Ni,v .k. x v. ) a -.. c l.' .t.s bave wit lth e t mo military ollcer of
bec :' .' t ''(. ,.I it. ALt;ornicy Je- logo, linspiuted the i battlaallon
nm, .s ''i.'.MI;.,% l \i *,v,.' mtnethod of o rf ilast loridint Si ntlinary, wil
e, ;...M ;c 1t- .r.';.l I have btcn tooI k oc-tasdiont tocomLpl limInt v(
s ( uct-*a ,'u. l i 4 its <.i ':lt ,li and d ly.
Wlilli the lhtct t..inles orgtiniaa in the evening, With Col I. I
tloi In the city have fnill.in victims. commimling thWt SCo.
ItV -s Ad icI.ared thfiat throue hivo been a it n i a in1'ol
foirmied hiI this city ,tw' alleged collec- Inontfilnd ( Ptaiu L;yton s
tion ag cnela which aro bolovllvd to tolit' Illh di *ig uil Himtgl#,
be opernat.ei.d by Io ann.eo lIdividual. speictlio was made of thle (h
Their pllan is sIMIplie. Al agent of Guatrds.
one.. of themm visits a bus1 in the general office of a corporation, cors and men very highly on I
having fls-t lfttrlid( of snaune outwtAnd- dition of the ionipany fror
trig lndoeifednel s due to the Indlvldul stand poilit, atid ali o couitpl
or company visited. This liindelt.d- them it excellenh in uth i nma
ntesu ttadds against sotie tlri or pjor. sars and field nmove its.
sont who las fa tli'd blu lnluniott4i or who
tias for smina reason. i avoidi'd layrnont. Monthly lufianlal statlemteitj
The tltt.i.tuen-4. I rntali th:t. hIs Itoard of Pible iittructit
ag'n'-y hIt's flme li;:.! o :cr'ret kno-lvtedge s'ATI;: II'.,iI)tl
of the fac-t t'lrat the JudilIgne .nt delbto-r in o) 'rvr ,fil' Al.. I
had ,Of'tn Itltfi n (tio1;.rMw(im t o'f cc'i:taiin hIN l 1 Iw.M;t.
property, 'l"h< i tho pr io il I rn fft. .i lIo n, c. IDen tonui aiu.'h (InIrl, u f .', cii
that for it r a onql ir'p co i i.ion i t 0 .. i'lt' wi i ll..
i wiw tNf i;',nI 1a. I hrrcbty iOlt- with
de(Ibt wvIll be co!'l) "I 0 l WIL ltt i tI lt .r l il.lowt, Ilt,,oi.,ltl.ii ilain il ,,t it.OL m4
na'ld coal A reoe 1i cill ,ietrd Il adi ~ ht,>ot anaitim r''-lve iil| .tu vanl ce, thUe arm untiii betrig govein d by wuirruaiiun l new.'.l r o th, oiJlnwlrti.f iv'i
the appliarent willinnes of tlle credl May '., I,*:-
itor to .h.ave tli (to< !, tl n of t hao d.t iwi -rI".
AttC' tuedt0l ti In fn t ntie r't;vi,,, a larfgelI' t i t lt. t rlniA t (tor tr
.tU a t ~l ihttnlclulut> t Laux < ll.tir iIr 4t0'
Sum hat 41 i-n lpa d to ihav t,. ju" )i-tig (rnt.,, (ftomii, 'lltt r.... t 3
ment refl!'ed In cour. t ai.d to .have the hnimn t.OtiWO NaO. ....... .' .
clalni [ilan ld In Kyh vl t for i le<'lettlng. s. m-,itm si ru 'n M ',
The payiuernft of t.i ( roi'" Ia tho lakt Wairrauttin patl rad umrroitdJ-ii
heard iof the a reque it is rnaJt. fil r ai rit po rt, when l W.4 1 t AWNli.I'ui'
tho Invariable reI ly Is '"fvoratla No,. (I tin to 3114, aM99i',iuis1W
progress- is being iiadlo." I t. ii fi,;I
No ftwer than t O of thcse 'CAll w, w. M lji,n,Lr Wi v, i' iaui'-
have beena reported to the Ne-w York yi o AITtii.ATinN, I-)
Credit MfoaIs' a tsmsIcatfltm, anld corn- IJ iN u 14 Fa (.A
plaint tshav been re'eelved from utler- 48".. LAW.4 or( kS.'.1A
chantta in Botion, .hitcago, St. l ouis, si t 1.4e i hr<1,v ,tnu -fthimt .1, I
Kanisas..City. In1lltnapolls,. -laltlmore, pqr ai. mrofu 1 t tin i e ,' ham. Ollat
Pittsburg, Jt. WPaul and C(inconmnttl, 1 n ..'A e..' -..14o.t. "
t eIn ly "otlo t
... .- -- nit ilnia fal | l 4"i 1 I/1 i ,?tiifl('C'$"1' ,*'1 1 With ii
" Thrltallte to Impris KOrl n. am4@rO!.ttu i:.nru't"" 1.1t1 ifllaWhuint iii
St. PetrburgM, May 20 .--Thb Novee tw wt
Vrepya today priotsn a d1i*patch from "ti*
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It W01 4 ely Attended by
~ i Nii N tables.

'4 a Surrounded Church of
re d'Eylau and Many Per-
Were Unable to Gain Entrance
i| he.Building.
i ) ris, May 19-The funeral of Sybil
nderson, the opeira singer, who died
this ity on Saturday from the, ef-
8' ets of an acute attack of the grip,
took place today at the Church of
St. Honore d'Eylau ard was largely
*attended 'by representatives of the op-
e~ ite Ad theatrical world, includingg
.Mies. E'i nt Saens and Massenet the
composers; M. Moulierat, M. Delas,
Mile. Jeanne Granie and 2M. Eugene
Mandack, cberatic artist-s; Sir Henry
Austin Lee, of th' lrit'sh embassy
and many of the American colony.
The floral offerings ous that the casket was buried In
flowers and the hearse was t:ansform.-
ed into a floral chariot. The usual
Catholic funeral service was rendered.
The surpliced 'choir was augmented
by an orchestra and several prominent
.sagers. M. Tisserand, the tenor,
.easg, the "De Profund(s" and M. Re-
der, the baritone, rendered "Ego Sum."
S rea6t crowds surrounid,:ed the church
.ad many persons were unable to gain
tranc to tothe building.
---.- .
At Criticisms of American Press on
Manechurian Subject.
St. Petersburg, May 19.-The Rud-
.alan officials express themselves as
' being deeply hurt at -the criticismtis
of the American press on the subject
of Manchuria and say that "consider.
Ing the friendship extended 40 years
ago when America needed 'friends,
America mig-ht at least inquire twheth-
er the Anglo-Japanese news was .not
colored in Anglo-Japanese interests."
The Manchurian incident threaten-
ed at one time ta cause serious trou-
ble on the bourse. -When the- excite.
ment Waas at its height Finance Minis-
ter 'Witte visited 'Foreign. Minister
LaMnadorff and informed him that tin-
der the influence of "Atmerican repre-
sentations, Japenese truculency and
American newspaper attacks," in ad-
edrition to the Balkanu troubles, the
bourse was dangdrou'sly weak. The

SSection Formn,' O'w ; FalIt
Jued at Mobley, G ,.
.Columu.n ,, MaO JAIl F V ER AN.
en, section foreman of the C ntral of
Georgia railway for their Cataula.soc-".
tion of the Columbh si a Groezrlle, iftyThoU P pl Ha
branch in HarrIs county, Is dead Alrand Arrived.
Odelia Hutff"a negro girl, Is badly hurt
as the result of a pecultia acldent at E THE NUMBRKt 'XPEGTEO.
Mobley, Ga., 2 mites" below Catsula,
,Mr. Owen was in charge of'a* tkd official of the Confed rate Veteran
car which was going down the' road Vtia
at a rather' rapid rate, it being down E pect the Laret Gatherlng That
grade. Has Ever Attandqed a Reuniont of
Odelia Huff. who is 18 years of age, Confederate VeterantS
was walklng down the track with two

other girls. She started across the
track and stumbled and fell when the
car was only 20 feet away.
The car ran over the girl, breaking
her leg, and Mr. Owen, w'ho was sit-
ting on a box at the front of the car,
was hurled to thd track while trying
to save the girl. The c-ar passed over
him and then jumped the track, None
of the hands on the car were hurt.
Mr. Owen was 45 years old and
leaves a family.

Burglars Make Haul of $7,000 at BIr-
mingham, Ala,,
Birmingham, Ala., 'May 19.--Burg'
lara entered the private office of Jack
W-.Johnson, ticket agent at the union
passenger station, at an early hour
Saturday morning and abstracted
$7,000 from the safe.
Several railroad dectectives and
three or four special me n from the Bir.
mingham police force were put to work
on the case.
The stolen property consisted of
$1,500 In, endorsed checks, greenbacks
and coin. ,
The thief ,was' evidently familiar
with the office, as he opeeod the safe
by the regular ,cOmbli'aton and did
not disturb the clerk whp was sleep-
ing a few feet from him.
The loss Is shared by, the various
railroads entering Birmingham and
each of them now has a special de'
tectiVe working on the case.
Asleep on Track They Are Mangled by
Passenger Train.
Livingston, Ala., May 19.4-Thrae
children of Lewis Henderson, a negro
farmer who lives 3 ulties north of LAv-
Ingstdn, were struck and killed 'by a
passenger train. They were waiting
for their +mother, who' had gone to
town, and and they had come part of
the way 'to meet her. She missed

finance minister also declared that a them by returning home 'in a neigh-
continuance of the foreign attacks bor's wagon.
wouhl threaten Russia's credit. The names of the children are:
There is a widespread belief here Harriet, aged 18 years.
that 'M. Plancon, the Russian charge Fannie, aged 15 years.
d'affaires at. Pekin, represents the LErnest, aged 13 .years.
Grand DIuk'e Alexloff and the war par. Tired of waiting, they sat down on
,ty. the railroad track about a mile from
DEATH. town and ..'fell asleep. Harriet's
MIRTH CAUSED HER DEATH, brains wete knocked out. Fannie was
cut in two and Ernest was dragged
New York Woman Laughed Too Heart- along on the track for B00 yards and
ily Over Funny Story I cut into strings. '
New York, May 19.--Mrs. Minnie Two hours afterw*ard- a negro pass.
ESummers, 84 years old, is dead at 'her ing saw the bodies and iotifled people
horm'e in this, city as the result of living near. 1- o blame Is attached to
laughing. ,.the train cirew.
While entertaining friends she be-
." tat Meeting of Endea voters.
gan to laugh heartily at'a funny story. 19.-At a mreruo
lThe others present w4re as much Atl,. M .-A a meti.g.o
Samused by her enjoyment as by the th' -anta, local union o;f ChMstlan
Story Itself ndeavor,, held at the, Youpg Men's
SBuddenly Mrs. Summers ceased Chrlstlas ausoclatlon hall on Friday
Utlhing and her head dropped for- niglt, plans'were laid for.a state con-
Mrd on her breast. She was un- vention to be held in Atlania In Oc-
iscious alud died in a few minutes. tober.' The time fixed for the stati
_,_________ convention ls the first 4ay of October
R avages of New Insect Pest. xt, t hich til Rev."Dr F. '
"Phoenix Ariz., May 19.-.There Clarkd, the founder of the Christian
o. great alarm in the upper Gila valley Endeavor motment, is' expected to be
In the vicinty of $olomonville over s.nt and aress a m .meeting
the ravages of a new Insect pest that onrSunday afternoon, Octheber A. New
attacks barley and wheat while in the lomti socleties are being orianized all
milk and which has in the last few ov6r the state, and the work 1i mov.
days damaged crops seriously. The ig oward..
bug is commonly known as the green Fight For Solicitor.
stink bug. Offloila of the agrlcul. Moultrle, G., May 19.--A lively lit.
tural experiment station know no rem- tle scrap is on here over the u expired
edy aitd advise cutting the crop of hay 2 term of the city court solicitorship.
Without taking the chances of matur. T e vacancy was made by the recent
ing the grain death of Colonel Mfatt J. Pearsall.
I"" -C d. Among -those whom th6 governor is
Encouraged Girl to Commit $uicide, bing urged to appoint are C.olone, W.
Rochester, N. Y., May 19.-Leland, y. Way, Colonel T. W. Mattox a.id
Dorr Kent. who, on ,Saturday -was Colonel W. S. lHumphreys. There has
found guilty of manslaughter in the been intense ftterost in the contest
first degree, was today sentenced to for the last day or two, and the wires
20 year prion t in Auburnpr between here and "Atlanta have been
i'on.. .Kent -was convicted of having kept warm with Indorsements. The
outraged and assisted Fthel Blanche ^ governor is expected to make the ap.
Dingle to comtnit ouelde. potament next week

by b nerittt -adley,,wnho insorrnod te
police c'ommBssloners hat unt'ss the
police -were able to cope with the'

situation he would take the reina of
authority today and sumona--Oisato aid
without further parley, All was quiet
about the city during tlih early morat
Ing. .
Northern Baptiste Gather.
Buffalo, May' 19.--he great nation.
al gathering of the Baptists" of the
northern, atats from Maine to Cali-
fornia, opened In the Prospect Avenue
DBptist church today with the twenty-
sixth aanmital ,n1etlng of ,he Woman's
BDptlst .:Home ,issionkay' society, of
Which Mrs. J. H. Crouse, of C1hicgo,
Is president.' The meetings of this
society will occupy two days, and will
be followed by meetings of the Amer.
clan Baptist HomeJ Mflslon society,
American Baptist Mfsalonary union
and the Amerlcan Baptist Publication
society. Thes atleeoaaie l.s expected
to be unusually large.
Precipitated' Lookout.
Ohleago, May 19.-By their action
In voting to strike in -ympathy with
the negro waiters of the same hotels,
the men workIng la the wholesale
plant of H. H. Kohhaat C Co,. have
Sprecipitated a lockout The 'big
bakery and the one remAoning reo-
tauraint were closed today for in In-
definite period. More than 700 em.
ployes are thrown out i work.

RHgnlates the Liver, Stomach, Bowels anl Kidneys.
Por billousu'es, eonatipatitou Aiild mtalarin., .
S or sleeples.vess, uervousneP., ha'rt failuie, and nervoouw prostrmtiol.
For fever, chilk, dtebility andu kidtine disattses take I, muoih llixir.
.Ljidiets. for tluiuari auit t hrtrgaul rtgul ation, take Lemtnon Elirltr
6 .) inltS nm d $il .) a .a botilt -s at-. iitr t.A,
Prepared only by Dr. 11. Mo loy, Atlanat, l(a.

Dr. II. t.zlesy-'iar Sir: Sin,'e ustng y Iour linoEn IElixir I have nwver hald
anom iii r ai taok i t tht e fetrl si(xk lh!inch ts, nmid tl tank God lhaL. I lavt ti
last fo ndi 1 med j iintl. t.ha will cure tiose awful wspiill .
PWrkrbri, Va, MIUS. I'1"'A .VW. JON iS.

.t OHN- a0ranY v an Th .h a
and prevents orma. TRKTHI Cotrmteraots and vercomes the Kffeots of the
aumm r'* hoot apo n Tetothlnl children. and toots only cents a t trugilsts, or
1mail o2sents to J. MOPF C T.M. MD. St. L-ouli. M0.

New Orloans, May 19,--Prom preso
ent Indications this city will contain
within the next 24 houI%, the largest
number of visitors ln Its history, all
coming to attend the reunion, of the
Confederate Veotoraius. All the mort,-
ina special trains wo e pouring |i0 and
by midnight it is expected that fully
100,000 c: them will, have ar-
rivew. Sevesil of these trains are
running in sections, and in addition,
tho regular trains are also oiumlnig .
sections of two and three, Fully
60,000 peopelo had arrived up to nxoon
today, and it is thought that asa ruany
more will ha-ve arrived by tomorrow
morning. The officials of the United
Confederate Veterans said this morn-I
ing that all the .prospects were f'or
the largest gathering that had over
attended a reunion of the organization.
The city has mia$i every effort to.
take care of its visitors, and piomioi -
to do so In splendid ia.hiou. T. '
large number of veterans, for wh M'i
tents and quarters have been provid-
ed at the fair grounds has relieved the
downtown hotels of a bout 10,000 ,is-
.itors and despite the iareat number of
those who will be -preseat, the hotels
are not, choked to death, although it
is now impossible .or a new-comer to,
obtain a room in any of themrd
The reunion proper will commence
at 10 o'clock tomo 0row,. *hen memorial
services will be held InChrist church
in honor of Jefferson Davis, by the
Cofefoderate ,Southern' Memorial asso-
ciation. Two hour* later the dele-
gatW will be called to order in the
ootivOntion Aditorium at the fair
grounds. ':
It is expected that the italno5i s ses-
sions of the ,convention will continue
until 6 o'clock, n the evening. intd at
midnight ther Will be concerts for the
V Tis'ltors and displaysO 61 fireworks at
the fair ground.4
Company Awaiting. Decision Regarding
Police Protection.
Brid PIeprt. Oonu., May 19.--Tn v.low
of yesterday's shrlous riotn. I t'
flelals of the Conoclett Pial ,''' ad
Lighting company mxwrdb' no ,i'"-,tl to
start cars on their lines in thi (m'i.y
early today preferring to wuit, uit l
the question of police protection wias
decided. To consider this matt,.'r. a
meeting, of the pollee commils.;ln()1,ra
was held this inoroning Mayor Mul.
vlhillas aleiged0 Interference today willtI
deputy sheriffs wh6 were trying to
arrest a stone thrower was denouncedl
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It W. e TOWNEY-,ncNAhUo h I ....d e
it route to Bear The Characters , sssutO y Their TRe
ome fromJacksoville, where he ha s ong Ifluence Was Broug a
"0,:n on business. ah Whic- Caused His Pardon to be Is- spectve Parts Wth reat Earnest- .
wo islee a e ttending the East Florida ofcellenceoftheEnteinment.

Stwo I ever thee was play which de
went on aco. of indisposition. years aTwo Years' Imprisonment. anc d Wais Bettetr 1T 1 Bfo
P A. Ah ren, who hat sprightly past few o Morgn, found guilty of an- od, which has bee presented at the
rI thr ughte city yesterday en routelast night s
er omeroJackson lle, whereek heas ai Stong nfluence Was Brough tohe ener- mother than Tuesday niht, and Their Re
been h.nbusiness. hih Caused th s Pardon to be Is- spective Parts With Great Earnestl

r ha A. laitnds-ny thof onen ias Lokda sued, and He is Expected Home in ness, and Desrv Credit for

a brie l "isit to* hish hom, wh ere h ie hTiey Kon entnard, who 'as two If ever theOreams Fletcher B dett;
went on acount of indisposition. ean agreeable al he r the killing tQueen of Dreams Miss Inez Ford;
from A. Huhnson, for merly of few nd rg uttgeachn, phospha N Mod, which has be lice ray; Lady
ra a s ;s mr .,. m" onths been employed as a carpednteref e at is
in the big mill of the Michigan Luam- slaughter nd seenced o twet opera house folthe to nof
A-^ ber Company, Otter Creek, has arrived years in tlie tate prison, is, through The perforllies, lastherine Hamp-
i thecity, anwill spend a few days grathe influence of friends and the gner- s wifetonher than Prinesday night, and Th
^-"o with his family. Mr. Ahrens states osity of the pardonig board, again Sun presents the following ompet
othat the pnnt of this conrere Is an o l- pritted to ejoy the freed om of list of characters forall tho performers
., ea te Q n with a trs oeme ndous capacity.- God'si sunlight, his pardon having to go to sleep and dr.am by:
O T .....AW o Hoe iswell pleased with his p n ben grantHed Wednese day. The Old Sand Man, George Tyner
r an.w.geeadSince hi confinement Kennard has Jack O'Dreams, Fletcher Burnet
Me: eWe acknowledge hons o l been spend ing the time between tohe Queen of Dreams, s ez Ford;
S"ral Intere Gath aPhifrmerl a f wamp and Buttgenbacih hosphate MotherGoose, M iss lice Gray; Lady
reib eo S h ....r_ this city but now of Toa eopa, who ar- m"n, whore he, a m ieno Blgh nd dorene, isy dut neto Q of m
";* rived y eoterday. M r. H utchinson has w ines, wl, ore he was oive n light Fortune, M iss F aee She avi; Queeno
| e Hbeetoengaged in the furniture business oyten. The information of i the on Ma an D avia M
S o at Tampa, but recentm, disposed of his pardon likely came a a source o gret of the Dollies, M sde Jo they, ie Wood
Sness to accept a poiRu Mayead portion atrvlthiswlsof a half interest, which passed B. Ela-i irgf t oin e idam Margueritt Stnl-vi
SE OF IT r wriA .B. Godwht i of High Springs was expein to make departur e in a few scheduled to deltiver ans. or ation at a Julexpected Patton there aile Jeie,
the city on bruins esteray. De w ill days. They will be gr ly missd in Sunday school pinie. e xtt; darownies .Ohing h ing Al-e
rma Kelle of Rohee e thei annu ocert to their society cirles here. Mrs. M. D. Bartleson and Miss Flora icas,r; oins ayhil -
un T n n .ur e. ,r ,n t er-o.y Hall to mor- Tfrisnds ere were gladto ntan. of Micanopy arrived in the Wado was ,
i thia y. rw evetnti g. A elaborate pro operates fte br a co bhi to hi pleasant ol home. shopping i t city yesterday, and wi be the get Georger; l
Sprinbhgs, -W S p t a beetn arranged for the oo.Wio., he urni Andre and household goodrenes of Mrs. eorge Ms Colmant of Wadew Maaron Manaspt ; Irshman
r of M. ad Ms I B i are b wMarion M nas Ba i
Snt iitto herald Interest ath- of Mr. and Mrs B. hi are be waa business visitorto this city yes Milstead, Mark Wooding ad Yerger
0. ee o t s R It ke the veing a pleasant on. Msting p acked, prepare ry to their rti- terday.is departure Saturday for of n acked, preparary to their r- terda.
1hoe re... tered by Our Reportern o ased th t ortue tre city yesterday enof visit to Nothe Pate, oast, ounty,d reports vited on Sunday to deliver ll and Cannon; Turk o ftrner Mixson-
paraPealatks a, w'hereda, e hastfbeen wheto reat Mr. Phiferowns o of the one of the most successful ite nBown, n eai i g '
A. learn that B condition slightly im- groves in the- r eigh School. Mr. Carpen Stera -t Wl
PE1RSONAL .AND SOCAL' ITEPS c t th a of t lae and vi ot magyiflent orange West- End, was in the dity yesterday

1ap0tttl yesttray. is to be hoped thit he will sooi bo out valle a v e J. B, McDonald of the Kelley-Mc- ran 'Vi, wl b
W et H pi foreman i theW offer, after seThos.ral Wsoembered tat a hproenent lumber son LmerM Companyf rairie a hay Pine Kui a n,
SPoy op the utn Phoasplte Corn ls s t this cmm ity are tingo db on-paid his partner, J. D' .atkins, the s JQ McCatthy of Old Town ar i GladysM ara y iny o
pany Hernano, s v or, o ruled upon th work bing done o i the day. estates that thdsoe sam of $40,000 for his pro- h the guests. of the family of T' Amons, Maude Jolley, Kisie ofod-
That "Hisu Ru MayRead r.ids of Uni 1 tatu,' ad portion of a half'interest, which passed B. Ellis, ing, Eloise Vidal, iarguerte String-
''is oty yesineray upo the streets under th. mey irday, the tites nto hsl posssion. Mr obablhristoprt up the veson departed yes- f in s abel Patton, 'ude Leed
S r. Guthrie s of Newborry, no of Supervisor Davies. The thorough- Mrs. M. A. Ieuster of Fernandina ie terda y for Poe Springs, wheat othn depart- s evdently enjoyee

the leading young business men of that fnirsr aboutithe square have not only was in t"heaity for a short time ysster- ments of the big mill, which is just, i lfhas an of the children.
D. as this city yesterday.ngagd for the past two day cleaning Orangexpects to-mLake, whe pareture in a few scheduled to deliver an oration at a er tt it
S OilbwrtK nnard departed yesterday' up the sme. of i T Denb will days. They will be w days. by far the largest mill in this sectioneut; birownis,.ju c pare oneg, A
or n w her e he has en o "the ann big improvement. J. B.their society circleseroh Mrs. M. D. Bartleson and Miss Flora br idl; Sailor, ohn Gray; Clown,
_s.pto bd asen t wtho reiends r of the day for Jat the Seminwhr h will tomor- 1i+om Theurda,'8 Dayily Sun. tt FMastane of Micanopy arrived in the Fred King; Policeman, array Katic -

.*wee1'dy attend the United Sates court. 8^ o o v en ed n h the Evening of June 3 cellene, the song of Old Mother
eDr. L. lakha cited to L eral people of thing. elaborate programake Aftery fo br h ef pas t pleasant visit to ityyeserday, and will be the guests an; Prince, AbeJohn arpe rest
S lot T where he will stabl has been arrange today as the ocasein, her son, Andre, Mrs. M A. reneas of Mrs. Qeorge M. Colman for a few Sam, Fred.Hao In an R ea ient
al oemst v isitto numer h us return whr d no pains be spguring as d e b andMrs. reurnedto her th home in Jacksonvilme days. se be certain tehman, Philip Aheios

ville friend, wish him abTande e of enby anwill b brought bef th e bes of e c lass to yesterday. .Re. W. .Gaso Carpenter expects to Soldier, Forrest Whiting; egro, Le-
our omorw. ri Mr. allion' friend asn Tisonof Ompany ha s in the city. his ting lecparture on Saturday for Rod l ly throgherortshabeen

J.oe rr f children of arke tenifesting a deep interest in the force engaged in setting poles on the p n n Nort.wes Ondian T- .t success.
Palax who hav bMo en in this werety forg The fwrins of M.'Gddings, who had hvarious streetsed frman extended White Springs, where he has been in- u rnn .
those few a at the Brown Hosef M t ne te plan of persecution andof isit t he wire. Work illCoast, nd reports ited on, Sunday to deliver the corn- aid Cannon; Turk, Turner Mxson
,"-'. paralysis Saturday,, will be gratified to a "great forsermon. for te they, White Brownie, Finley Ca ton. King's
Sprngsigpullig. as Manager Doig determined to f- Mr. Carpenter Pages, Wallacthe ame of Will Stafford and

et day. la, rn 1 MeCotmack who recently isi the plant by Septmer if possi- at rthurenjoys a lle turned hin r th e of Pt
Je' .aris of LaCrose, th e promis- proved. The patient suffers -no pain and J. B. Padgett formed a tri6 of is a good talker, and hais work ish appre- u Mth ero wned
ilngR. salesman .for, Oooksey Rivers at ahJaBtever but has lost to a large eBc-
'that point, was, a visitor to the county tent the ontrol 0fhia righ limbs. It naval. stores operators who paid Gaines- hear hiw.

.of~clutosh, paed through the, city won xth scholarship at the United peered before aucg-aces in several ,for larceny i coU-
E6yttal.rayeste rday. is be iville a visit yesterday. Frank Milstead ; St'andard Bearer
't.. .. "los. Wlne l r .B. McDonald of the Kelley-Mc- Rbalph C1apin.
,...West,.a pit foreman in the i- again.. Th.Wsof ad pm ist l r Donald Lumber Company, Prairie Archdeacon Gray kindly loaned his
-plo.y o D the ]utktnii Phosphate Corn- The street committee are to be con- manufacturer of Oades, S. C., is in the Creek, was a visitor to the city yester- presence and assistnnc as the King of
.pany- :tt. Hrnanda, was u Visitor to city on businee.s .connected with the day. le'states th ththe eni;:iy will Nod, and a 'Jolly Old King'' he proved
fi; this city yesterday. -upon the streets under the direction of probably start uIp thie veneering depart- s enough. le evidently enjoyed
.. 0. (luthrie of Newberry, one* of Supervisor Davies. The thorough- Mrs. M. A. Heuster of Fernandina mneut today, and that othien depart- himself asmuch as anyofthechildren.
the leadling young business men of that fares about the square have not only was in the city for a short time yester- tants of the big iill, which is just The recitations of all' the Dreams
progressi-ve town, wits trainsacting been repaired, but Mr. Davies has been day. She was en route hot-ie from being comripleted, will be ready for and the Fairies were so good that it
rusine.ss iii this city yesterday.- engaged for the past two days cleaning Orange Lake, whero she has been operation in a few days. This will he would really be unjust'to compare one
for 'ia~im'ua~saee, where he hats -b~en makes a big Inprovement, J. B. Lutterloh of Cedar Key., a- I -d--h E bwaothruld Msls I te-Fdsang a

ye},oterday en routet hioni from 1lilih States.. aval .. Academy .in... a cumnteti- F'. M. Dale,. formerly.., ehief bookkeep-,,. towns and cities, and 1 who hae lduetor on ~h,. t, .q .e. t-..,.i nb,,t 600

i'prhgs, where oni Suiday hle con tiveexamination at Tallahasse0, has er for Ford & Hiller, phospnate oper- heard him express great admiration in money, bedes a b r o other
ueted services. received ohiia notice of the award -ators of Oeala, who recently sold their for the young man and his work le Iaticles \hi(e api'd liad on
--Mar JM F, McKinstr-y departed yes- from Htiu Stephen t R. Mallory, in- interests to th Dutton Phosphate handles his subject in a masterly man- his per-n the su o $520.
Sterdyfor N. Orleans, where she strueting him to appear a.t Annapolis Coaany of this city, has accepted a nor, and never fails to hold t- tten- Sff-d is n ex-onvit, hving
r parents and other re- for further examination Tuesday,Juno similar position with Dutton & Co, tion of his hearers throughout the en- been r lead fro usody on May
S tives for afew days: The friend of The port shows that Cook of and has removed here. Mr. Dale is a tire course. lie is a Florida boy, nd th from custody
thi uestinable lady wish her a pleiant Tanuhllhassee wais selected as flrst alter- clever young man and will prove t what should make hiii more '(ar to
o.. aBorn.' ate and Whitnor of 'Sanford second great acquisition to Gainesvillc so- the people of this city and section, aud Notice to Property Ownerrs
Marit-At the rsidenco of te alternate. In the event that larvey city. Alachua county, having been born and I lisribute blanks for assese-
Spareta rthebride, Thursday, May 14, fails to pt}ss further examinations the The-, committee from East Florida reared in Micanopy. Having traveled er in of property toall property own-
"Bge Stevens and Josephiine A. honor would fall to theSe young men, Sminary who went to Tallahassee, extensively ho has acquired a thorough cure scit os desiring blanks
-ikerson.r The nuptial vow %Vs respectively, but his friends anticipate where they joined the board of trus- knowledge of the "ways of t e world ay secure notifying me
te of the o i o
:tAokenamog quite a number of rela- nothing of this character, tees of the school in behalf of the ap- and has taken advantage of his opor r callin. at the o'f.e of th Hill
i'Ve' and friends with joy and on- We akiwldge an agreeable call propriation for East Florida Seminary, ui niti s for know ledge. ruig Compan at once -
g rtuiatutao. .yesterday from W. 0. Fielding, who is have returned. They went into the
om Weds. eda-y's Dail/ A: in the city distributing handsome fold- presence of the joint committee on ap- THE MEDALS AT LAST. N Y C HURCH or prsonge
er advertising the Continental Hotel propIretions and state that they found -... ppored arsonage r
-' B. asser and At h. Cooksey o it Atlantic Beach, Flori'da' largest everything in excellent condition. A Prizes Won by Students-at Florida tutions by voluntary o
-' county aitl a isit sterday i anlud most modern summer resort hotel. prominent member of the committee State Fair to be Awarded F3iday. tity o be gven a ieral ue-
rs.t e.orthcapetal a ,hisit ostoef a, Mr. Fielding states that the hotel stated yesterday that SenMtor Me- The nmedals won by the five tudentss Paints whenever they paint. P
-Mrs. n' well of tligh Springs willpenI on the evening of the 28th Creary and Representatives Rivers and of the ainmesille Graded and igh Note Have don so for twepant-ee
W nthe ty yesterday She w ist. It will be this' season under the Willard had practically covered the School at the St^te Fair at Lake City years. Sale: enso for lions of
e: route *to h North Carolina, her old Mabl management of Jas. P. Vininig, ground, and shaped matters for the in November last, have-never been de- ens; ae nT o lionsofl-
.::ome where ahofll threuperate for n one of most popular and widely appropriation, and that the committee livered by the State Fair Association, undor d geneat y tomion s
tewweeke. was known-hotel m"en in the State. The left feeling assured that the matter and L; CfSmiti, ou_-big hearted jew- factory. The pait reeats if t tperios
%. 1M.,Endelwas among the Gainues- rates have been placed very reason-waae in tehoir hanad. The Oaines- elryman, has kindly offered to give the up toeight'e y ears peedOi
0 4tile folks who took 4tntag of those able,, being from $12 to $17 50 per eek, iUle aggregation coxprieed Dr J, F. medals and to wait on the State Fair be added t yearin (seediOil n-tt
6 .Utioni rate to vislt New Orleans with a view of attracting a large numn MoKinstryJr.,Supt.t uilianas f the authorities for pay. These medals minutesd-o the paint (,done in two
d thN e Oonbfeoderate' VtesranU' le her of well-to-do Florida folks for the Seithtary, ,W. R. Thomas, Dr J.P.' will be delivered to the winners Friday a gallo. tual cost then about )l.yc5
tth laetheparedWr eses on, kins and 1x o-t.* alter G. Robinsoni. night by on. Robt lari. S
Agents, THOMCS&C
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