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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 27, 1903
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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XX, NO. 89 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1903


TEN CENTS A WE',EKi


P WINDS WRECK R.RN AU GRIM FAMINE STALKS CASE OF MRS. BEDFOR.
Macon Wom n Chor.ed With Murder Charged with Making False Doclara
C ul.ivern Her -Liberty. I tlon of Child's Birth.'
,c Mlon, (GA, Ma[y'SO2.-tAe ac quittal 1London. ,LMay 26.--~Mrs. (G1uili ogS..
ESTERNVILLAGESe Hr L irty IN ORIENTAL LAN S L,1tLon don ,rt.'
__of Mrs Carson of the death ofR igs edtot wh a d at uen
an, Neb., Is Demolished o onv atn here and bas a rule Heartre ding rDo NwYs of the O ay to att er U
by Tornado. tbe.vemlct has provn satiusacItoy, faring and Death bria, chPai.l With making a tAlso dtec-
It is cl14Mel b partles positionn laratiou o a child's birth, w brought
WEE KILLED; DOZEN INJURED. t `tuow t.e urs,, noitt malk( PEOPLE -TAv i u OtEL luat llo % '*olice
the verdIotWln til 10 that 8TARVING uY SCOREa. court ho'rotoday and ph'edd guilty.
of Farlreld Was Also Visited, the at one1 ti0l iti l l Com8" t t S20 PotShe admitted tLhat the chld wads uAt
that no verdlot wou' ed. It Is Comput that 3000, Peoloe her own and taid she had adopted it.
aI4e Seind Wrecked and Eight Peo- It is aserted tht't .i had a Have SoldI 'ththmelve F>r Employ. Mrs. Bedfori wai lined $50,
pi0 Killed and Many Dwellings D vote immediately after reaching the in tha Stratt. aot menta. Mrs. Bedford, when sho appeoared Inl
llsh d. Woome and that eight zneinbers stood sen i t P t toeO dock wa pile and agitatoJ. A,
fo acquittal, three f r Jtitlfliable horn- War PreparationB it iapan. fWihldable array of countael appeared
fdte"en, Neb., May 86.-A tornado Iclde and one for murdOr Some time Viltoria, B ., M I,.rh, steam- hw both sides. The proscutlTon
lt'ik 16 miles south of Norman, a elapsed before the secoVdb.4alot,whtih r ladravelli brought ,iew 0* ou the showed that Mrs. Bedford cau1e to
anall town near here, early today, do- was ten for acquittal, one for mqrder, Oriat ast night tluu, d war lagl'nd from P'aris t Dloco4emtr and
moaBlshing .15 buildings, killing three and one for homicide. -Nothingmot i preparations. Japsx corraoun, that she nhad advirtisedt al Madame
persons and injuring a dozen otherea was done by the ebera of' the jury t at Pekin tell gu ar- B." dsirouas of tllopting a t lo
The dead are: until shortly kfter 9 o'clock. When the dIving oVer the ra :IIIn railway chll d" with the i teult th.at ih ho l. i
Mrs. Earl Bacon. third ballot showed eleven for ac- tor Ne Chwaag. .Te le ing i i
Mrs. Welliver. quittal and one for conviction. -a soti anr Ilwowth was tran'ferrod to Mr..
John MeCurdy. The lat vote taken as the clock was illonnu .Uudford'e kotplns, umnd. erho t name of
Seriously injured. trying .10 brought the twelve men Htirtsrendadg dtAll4 ; fferig trgarot Carnette. M s,. Hedford 1re-r
Mr. Welliver, hip broken. to one opinion, and the foreman wrote and doth of 'familli A' result of latored the child tas hir own mIKdi took
From Norman, which s a town of the verdict giving M-rs. Carson her life the fomine in Kwant .iwerNe given t to Pa41i and thentc to Amorila,
about 100 inhabitants, situated on and liberty once more. Nothil g like n on Kng ,pea vd by the Chuisol for the p)rosecutiton ialdd4
bWhat is called the "High Line" of the a criticism of the work by the jury Indravelli. Mr. e-, s i'lonary aAt that as the above facts had ion as.
urwlington railway, the path of the hia been heard. Every ohe conver- Wi W Chow, who ha b livestigat- t blished asd the hll),l oultle no loni
*stom lay east t, Pauline, a little eat with, the nase realizes that the ig on behalf of the iisKong clhat- er be clated as the hAi'ss oi the
station on the Ptresser branch of the Jurors had better knowledge of te tie, says that owlip threl tut- Bedford ei--ta, they wto latnsirous
MNeourl Pacific railway. Fro'n Paul. Peal facts and had a more familiar aW- csve tailur1e. of e isople are of severe zmaures and asl(ed tthe niag.
thle it proceeded in a southeasterly dl- quphntcnco with the law than one not starving and dying rds. Dur- Itrato to deal with tlhe aitao as a
reotlon, finally losig its force .south. on the jury atdl consequently were a ug Mach and A f mutd t chlcl offense and not aid It tth
of Fairfield. The entire town of better position to judge. tht 30,000 people m l lll- ighoer ,urts, wher a penalty of sev
Palrfield, which had about 35 ho4is, The conduct of the case both forthbe inSl$f themsie fto iilnt In lthe years' linprisonment could havo
Is reported wrecked and It is said that StT'e and for the defense has been taltt settlements and the women and been nflictlod. After consultation
three persons were killed and others frequently comrplimnented. htfidrentbehmsold datlvery onthea with counsel, Mrs. Iledfoiti admttol
injured. The Missouri, Pacific has ----- mh t fMldren beltgold tl$very on t her guilt "ld the magistrate Intlicted
sent a relief train to the scene, 8UICIDED IN BATH TUB. Ctory a to .tr was the heavliet ine the law allowed.
Pairfield reports many faTrm houses---- ol told o Mrs. Redford applied for hr proper.
wrecked In Cl.y, Adams andl Kearney Man Awaiting Trial For Murder Takes t lh .heI d m! dy .er. thl i ct y ho!lrd by the po rlieand ovoryth l'o
geunties and eight persons are report- His Life In Jail. oiB g a. turned over to her except a load-
ed killed in the district near Fairfleld. MIddletowa, N. Y., May 26.---Charles Aii 9 o O d a skel ton i ed orevtlvor. This she excitejily do-
Wire. are down in pany directions Adsms awalttag trial in tjte Goshie. S 'e l lil eoanded, anyltag:
addetails are meager. jail or the attempted murder of U daltO0.l o leor "Certainly. I want It, I have alt
wf -llast"JnilyryIbstcmIiltte4 -wtif 1 aenuitrbt, bis, .Omitted ai. t Ways carried one every since my hus.
.,k5Tornado Strikes Rotfe, *wa., clde by drownlng himetf la t ..tt sboth tand and myself woro attackedd"
Soi 6. 4 tornado tb. MY IR, OU 8 iFAIR 'h lawyers quleted her. hit Mrsa,
trc the town of 0 ohe,.70 iles west He left everal Wttirato W2)t^Srd said
h re late yesterday, killing aont and friends stating -hattritit e ietgt' "It d n't matter. I'll get another."
a laundryman fatally njuring a ter e t troy P in Matter Mrs. B dtor retains the bay a
!hid and' wrecking the tate bank f t sa at he old her adopted daughter.
toilding, Crayonp's gner store, the He was to have been l14e4 o sIai i a. -- .
Rotel de Main and oup other, bUtld!n, today. He also left.a _tt&r for t"s s tairr involving tha ARMY Ve WORKMEN IDLE.
several reBldences were dstlaged. wife. imploring her forgiveness. Admitoe s bi A ing ol a man '
++..;-- Rt .e ; w nd th bttmpted to itete.Aralglb l t Ard ley last Trade Paratyels In New York Reaches
MANCHURIAN EVACUATION. kill himself in a fit of ijeaoust fry onu' l The Wbh ded man i n :ti Alarming Proportions
S/ ----- Jan. 9. ti wife was paralyse ig DObbe FMerry hVpital Il a precarous INew York, May 21. .Thr..e Are 1P. ,
tncreosing Violence on Party of D01. th result of her wound nd will tii. A is bein held pond 000 idle men In Now York city,. ot-
orderly Tribes. prIbably not lUve lo~ni .t .the itnvstLUon orfthe atuthioritiem' withtandlng the fact that very line
S't. Petersburg, May 2 .--The ti* o le*porintende t of li. of iu nlle Is boillit In theo ity.
atton of southern Manchuria led to a DOO'S IITE FATAL.. : b~i 4s 5tReaiq at "i1e railroad These soln but for ;tl ket,. lockouti
iAsplay of ever-lncreasing Intolence on -. tattoo. beetwR,0i titAn l o'clock when and dlsserntione among rival laetor
`tfe part of the disorderly tribes whbse Girl Who Twioe Attompt uldeld* t l4 st AIbd ul tith ro1d aid nions would be earning a total o4
|uautbers are rapidly augmnentIng, ays Dies th. 11D4Ho tr k4'the club houll. While $eW.')00 a day. or $3,ItB(>.0(04 a wea',
*'Vladlvostock dI.spateh to th. N>. Atheile, Neo o WO4erl what had taker Not only. s overy lpny of this stu-
`radi Vremya. The correptoe t' May oeille 00 ps1i' gil tote rinhig aUt of tiohef pendoud sum htflot to tho m. l,hut litldus.
h M d t ss frt the i1ree iln of the shot tries andel Itrms representing it total
...... r. IiId-'.4 t ,--bo< ..a, tra i .a
Manl Chinle and Machrl a train t capitaliatio fl0ttAo),O0,are ae t
..f 'p rovince o.f MIotaiBlia ad l Mr Ie t r .7 i stantil, with. w crtesmelnt io. of
11aehi teiprtot t'*hir S 1! p* d' lI". ^' n~lta
i:,y. U1 employed n a whir' to ptlll Te trade. pewaly li here has reached
r.er congtregating along tie B:.u ainit soth, dAsb tfbo t ,, 0 thlt, Ih 1e to l'' a 1 .0*e more etsiv tae th ry r
hmXilwa ,ralwty. About. 10,000 h sw !Iad ia de p eernmswi aiii bet| t*ore know+,U ev. ..ariu, pei.idla-o
re- gathered _0 :arbe., see S0 '* _tlt .h5atptii and g industriall depreMti o
ee.shaattered alongthie o er t a *in Ardat, .' MoCnyt of the wo kma t tli, iO,-
*orthern r tlton of the Mteoihurtim plish A ima.ltd .iotd A e54 lt", Mor an4 f nt of.their, i d.ll e
igs and la560e knumbeat t xflttAd .sf l O Waet near the ItiiAd but for the act. of..oler uattains ot
pIto. outh ManchtrlIA. t*eivad p*arta copvee gree liW theyV were sited there because of the recent Swtltie of the.
+;Referring to the Ruselst tiAmbstr, wayward. ir tw 80e a'ies-pted gitrtiier S WEe ou employers to iit | session Con the Yalt thver, the dilml* oiit siie4lude. *:id: ta *ing to L t't''t, the d mtands of onO tt4to I by throwwti
taLtch says: Ran pr ies teumd h- h'e1 pt 1 T irour h .m : I the wrrkmee of many union Intito 141
It:A ROstian company with a "eldlJ oncerint her deoth" *ms i oi; :, e Sm ke l, m *


'et iii$s00,0 ha, been formed to ex* that sihe .a at -last 'ti.4i4 her
the concession and several tbou life; but pltyatla tia v t l !
n4d workmen already have been eot. that death resulted tto* d Mi
d id. M'n M churnaMd sent to Csett bite, w 1ebM .hli i,'.;r liv 4 i
tala workmen are being dIaOtch weeks ago,. :. ':...
eitherr 1 great number' The staf' .Thi girl repeatedly iap tt
i mp y is mostly composed o rlision.. : :
f t, e. Chhnee Eastern raill,-
: The: eompay will mainLtaln In TH1REE SHOT IN S.TII Rr.
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SMACEONIAN REBELS SLAIN. Intoxicated talias Ha vl
:. lde at Veeedeg, Pa. :
i Hndred and lifty Killed in At. Freedom. Pa., May 3 .^i &t aptbn
tack btyrs. ay tray onee t rjwnlast t*
jiIen, M4yc i -Abouttio 150 Mice-. mn were ihoti on. flly. '' '9
a ta mu rgent were killed t t were: .... ". ..' "
ft Bsds h, .out.h of00 ItARe 1n orn. m sho, 6tat*" It"
t^ltes, May e er, accortl .th a dtis through their tilht a iboitd ind 0.
itoithe Wa rtret Prestefroam tlet arm: cannotM .roer.
Tihei inurt uts, wiho be1 Tony ( > ) Az, shot J. Ioligh
iio -of. qi ttites of dynamite, shoulderr. AngSel T "reai ast4 L ,
itlatWt refugehi tine vil la ceaotg s o hick'
ti l'- by Tt rhib troop. The The me all lttianl, urW tM li ii
||itI '14'~4 4for40 'bior*ad"ait I d'. quarreled 40er ac* eWll
:al$ tal t..ouw were rmrod. ;m tter. "There wow marn *Vuw ,!
* h !+l up by dynamite by te Trti t. *0f + 5ciri <,. *: : '.

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4ternmn' b4 Sst, aild (Oinbia. (I, (M, 26May 2. .Oroahn
i:.stomcAb. .he ir justt ora4l4de the h titA. ~t!i I.ed, ly of t'W,T '. MoePi, a t Phlcken, l 'I.ck.
W0O withet o .i 'o0t g e4u county, at mDi' nhigbt ,d. upon il.
'414. t- t *lil~y the vestigatton tb 'e s ie/ses bdy of!
ftoarwn s A C t the Otai l Maudlet a Li<'lle'e stud"'nIt andt
: .nephew of Mr. MFll, who wa apwe',?
iot or mriWWa, of thI t lasIg eth lirtwith hi t, was tt d
Ji ref'ai* R4 the lying on the Troind trinde4 a* w iwadww i
*p' was 00," sort of Beia s4ffl1ted with b iworiambu(litln
ep the Jll00. t&4: ten11 e pies *odnla we'ah4 Out:
.:o. .' f a scod history wAldow while asali*
. to a #hOd o.) froes there tmll to.
Street RI the iodv 6 0It4iaica oof 2 tewt, t* a.
t o t ** *l taazilse -tonS iJttwe,
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( til*e r 5an Llleguere to MOet In J0l4l4n*.
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|li, erw p^. th tieisgMe cofleairnteon of the. MW
*ofaebseIhl -sL aAMMA& (ueU
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AUTO RACE RESULTS`'I

IN TRAIL OF DEATiH

Paris-Madritd ontest Is In,
terdioted.
PROFOUND SENSATION CAUSE,
Owing to Nymnerous Acoldohts and
Death Resulting From the roeat
Automobile Race It Ha QDeen Do*
ldared Off In Frenoh, Territory.
Paria. May aL,-PTh a tvral of death
aad dliastor following the start SUA-
day lusanling from VersailUle of the
Pari-MaAIrldl autotiloblle racoi ha
causold II pAodound l enI0tiOUda. Re-
portas fronl aaioig the rouIte of the fl iet
*ut(o to LDordtaux continue to Ilvvo
details( of the various l cideentSi d .
thcto' a r't causing far greater attention
thi~t thte rae., whhih li* practloally
been o tion of tho govertnnlUit to its bing6
vtvintlue lin Ironeh territory.
Ti'ht ('Orlispondtotlt otf the AsoIldate0
PreHs has boen privately ihtfoPmed
from a truiatwuorthy stource that Motsra,
airrow and Mareol-Renault are both
dead and thI he itancv and LAbro .Pa.
rolo anlnoulnO tho death of Mar0el*
tonault from his injuries; but the itr*
ports have not bhooll coniflrned.
.A)n the (othtir hand, a disatcvh tfroh
Poltlitrn forwardefr at 41:40 this mozM'
Ing, said Miiarcl itenaillt's eondliton'
was then, grave but not dtepeorate,
The doctors thero expected tot amptp
tate llarrow's log at the thigh durita
the day.
AniongK tb atccldnts not reported
yesterday was that of Orgel Rlchard,,
whoue m'ahino wam ovorturnod. R.iA*
ard had several riHM broken.
At liordeaux the nowa of the supi
vinesvion of the raco cau.edi 4ts appoletnt.
mount nam(rg thei raoers, although Lth
action o those government was fore 0tn,
on at'count of the alchllents.
PUtbltc opinion[ otl.0ldo of the Auto-
nio?|llfimi t strotngly approving of the
stOfp tithk n lty 1thie giovrmlllett,
A tliiMpatctli front Poletlrs dturinK the
dlily Itlounll whoie u11nn ll0 I (' (lteAy Itilniollrot, t0 e
only (i1n 0fr In lh raro, broke II)own
ound wl.liiIrtsw ait a tit nall iila lde of that town.
ANTONIO TRIOLA ELECTROCUTED
Five Shook* Necessary to Cause Det1th
in electric Chair.
O itlnng, N. Y May Zi., An.. to. <
Trtola ws iput to death it the eile trtl
chair In ing Mint prItont today. Fv
bhocks were"iloe.siary to ('aetl. ltaith.
8tati Ile'friclan I avi said It WtA
hlrdoer to kill a thia, wiry man, like
'Priol was bhy tho elet1tri tcurre than lt 0tout nian, as In th0e 10em oa *
thilin mn there are a not enough tisr ae"
to voiivey heo fatWl current quickly tI
a vital pert.
Mr Iltvis lRAO aid Triola had tblkt
grtray hatir, whrelh resItMat the .o .
rent 1atlsd reoived the AJMt shobe
at a In, Afteer four mrMe ~it :
.had ,tnt" ,itlvn at brief lIutoril'.l it,
WA. pririnrflW'en4 tdlWad,
Antatoio Tritea shot ant kthll. Nli
role (Cr|llts s yoting EtellHin gli iGhi
was a thiiiatet'ri p(rformer hA ft eagi*
tinttat theater on the IPlait Hide, iti4i
Y.rk, The giri bawl rifuti4 to I "ry '
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its Psotery Is Burneed "
Phlila4lphit, fMilay l..-.t.hett tmas
ifsti'tirtrg bjlaCt of the Aaerlot, ige
peottisy oat ilouth a*. d "ttiarih
MU.t4 .was 4etettroyid by. .fSiwe .O m
kit'ogfm ,tfttlist ty,. Th eshtlldtWts
was. reh- r iiC 5.iOOt ant th, tuadi.cin
Miy wasi wrth 5110000, NIt the gr5t'
inr Iortuio of the titaftslnry WasM 4v-
nd. Dabtrng the progress of the tiee
the., wert attW^^to *xplsbrt.k ci
amQnD ta tnkst but so o. was In
jmrp4, .Thee obil4ien itr .tle ThoMste
It, Ilotrea.c0 p4t00 Ie i)t opplciVte.
nsd h. bloii* Oi ltad, t lntry an< dtey


* Thl w Himself .etore Traitnr.-.
% TowhutM, Tee., Aday '4.1W-9004
wk.ii3, a '3|,e0ir-o14i wbifte ,bo', wN ruT
pelr -4d bde4 br a troltso tpreJ a
11w .t f .own, ife wie otoyfag
:mo- t.r Aft' with ietiAral ,a wi+ be .i ;. 0. sia,7'
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STh ti. Scott's Emulsion is th
:'LOST:IN TH -HOUSE modern idea of cod liver oil-
Am t. IT e, HOaUea -,-the first instead of the last


&I'AmrandmentB:' to- Decrease and
Worease Amount Were Submitted,
14,,' IN'na, '
oh se ,0f V1-- 0 6etof

0il to P Sui ,,
ahalssee, ltay 26.--Late this af-
t ot i, after ai lng day of' oratory
| I arparly contested parliamentary
^'4 1,P; theSenatepassed the Wailes-
aI olatn bill appropriating $77,?
4048the vote being twenty to twelve.
edment by Senator QGillen re-
ng the amount to $25,000 was lost
S 1 vote of twenty-one\ to eleven.
i tiorsillen, Adams, Carson, Pea-
ek and Wilson of the Fourth spoke
ftt~avor of the amendment, and Sena-
t .!A Rianey, Blount, Harris and
2l.ey, against it. The latter speakers
alsiol favored an amendment increasing
t';."amountdto $100,000, which was in
dI e tt featrd. It is said tonight that
the bill will be even more vigor.
ottily.contested in the House, and the
p iossbiltty of t1e governor's veto was
,iasose4 at length.
y a large' majority the House today
palsied the Gibbons anti-trust bill.
A ,Notowo.rthy e.
The population of St. Kllda, the most
westerly of the Inhabited Scottish isles,
ui unique one in many respects. The
Wle i:arre the most lonely in the Unit-
S'i-tnsdomn, there being very little
oesnutti1catlon with the mainland and
*bot1ltmes not for months at a stretch.
ootall)y tihe slanders are practically a
eomi pne. if th hilead of hiisehol,
: t'*I: iiiirured or loses ItIs lis o ilmo' e th'e
roctis, hlli widow and fttinll s.attre hi
S ,the proceeds of their labor as if he
wero there to take part in It. If family
T witness prevents tny one joining in the
4y'sA work, he las asked to stay at
W ihme, and his interests will not be lost
Sight of. All (lustilons, complaints,
t .t, are deternifned by their mode, or
S loteal prlitintoit, whose judgment Is
Anal. 0ltirly iolrinllig conferences usu-
ally de termiln the day's tasks.
St. Kldhnhns lre at most industrious
and active us well as a religious peo-
p ple, and oi the ishiuld at llly rate the
V xoud problelt of heburchli ttendance
; hai been solvedi. Every tialin, wqi(nua
44 :and ehilld c;l bile of leaving the house-
hol0d '.go '. reail11rly to) church, ailn
only som i srliout d(llmiililty will keep
ny poerI ant ionce.--Scottil.h Anieri-
can.
InJlnelt oftf o Chiltdren.
S, Chlildhood in i1.ts \\vit'lim ss4 ls-o'ften ii
strength t(htit re'slst tile o stt i it of' nil
the passloiils, :l1it ( t1h1 t lih.lds even wih'i
Deep h-tntrl ,' xrt'4 its power to drive
as atUter.
"If It were 1AfrI fotr the child, I WO1lhl4
oat live wi\\'th .viyou I tiotior tdny,"' I.
hearul iill 0grv hy1tIn8111ml liy to 1ia
wife, When rl.ghlitou jldlgnatloon drove
him tnt rly to ilstiratloton.
SThat wais quito nuiuber of years
ago, and now they have two more chil-
dren to strengthlie the bond between
them. This little episode of domestic
infelicity was recalled by some statis-
ties that recently emanated from Ber-
a n and which speak volumes.
Those stattlstl' have been. carefully
gathered from thle divorce courts, anid
show that out of 1,000 divorces 640
wore granted wherp there were no chti-
S dreu, 214 where there was one child,
S 180 wire there wore two children, 00
: where thiro were three' ctlildren, 2S
where there were four children, 12
where there were ve children and 10
where there were six chtidreu.-few
York ernIld.
Slie Wasn't Too Deatf.
^ Deafness Is Inrgely n matter of hnblt.
s ays a writer li thi' New York Press. I
Know menu who nuanot hoar you two
X feet awy, though you laovl at them,
J yet nt the tllistaclte of t block they will
.grnap your fainttcst whllper. ou(mt are
': deat feo coitvotlt'ltene. eOit fur fraud,
syi : : :,tome fo'r hypocrisy. Iew ari of tlie deaf
S lman. One of the noted d(a 10o\'1 w'S
ol d Matt Gritin, loitng igo anu assentbly-
Mab ffom Grillin's Corners!, lDolawatre
S coronty, N. Y. l'y courtesy ditf tuem-
bef receive front s'ats in the anseir-


bly, while ,others usually drsw lots.
When old Matt was excused from
S vrfltnwi a fellow ineiber hotly pro-
tted. "But the old 1anitos as deaf as
k, a plit.1 said thie honse oieatder. eaft"
Sexexlaimed the protAstant. "',Matt Grlf-
:i deal Why, bless your honest soul,
'be could hear a ten ent ablnplaster
.i:mttiW Ima bag :of tethert .
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resort when such ailments
appear.
The taste of the oil is not
apparent and the oil itself is
partly digested makes it
easy for the stomach. Scott's
Emulsion is a quick, reliable
help at all ages.
We'll send you a samplIree upon request.
SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl Street, New York.

TELEGRAPHIC BREVIT!ES.
'Voters of MississIppi :(* taking r1a
Prent amount of interest In tho g
bernatorial camp)aln.
Burglars blow open the sa.f of the
poatoffice at Bowie, Tex., r'curing
$1,000 In stamps and $700 in cash!
The full program for the University
of Georgia commencement, beginning
Saturday, June 13, has been announc.
ed.
Methodists of Savannah are arrang.
ing for ,a great celebration on the bi-
centennial of the birth of John Wes
ley,
In the French derby at Chantilly,
Prance, there were many American
spectators. No American horses par'
ticipated
Coal companies of the Lehigh re-
gion have commenced the enforcemenAt
of the new age limit regulating the
employment of 'boys.
The Blue and Gvay association of
Fitgerald, composed of union and con.
fedeorate veterans, ia arranging for a
big Fourth of July celebration, to
which prominent men will be Invited.
The annual pilgrimage of socialistd
and revolutionists to the wall In the
cemetery, at Pore la Chaise, Parl'a,
against which the communists were
executed, Ln 1871, took place yesterV
day,
While a mob at Lawrenceburg, Ind.,
was pursuing the negro who killed
Hosa Knaiso:', news came that tiwo
other white girls had been assaulted
by the negro andi' the excitement wav
intense.
H, loykln, a traveling tr in
whoso home was in MeridIan, Miis.,
died of apoplexy. In a restaurant in
Mobile, Ala. Boykin was a represent.
tative of a St. Louis house. Boykld
reached Mobile Saturday.
A man Siltting In an open oar on
the Brooklyn bridge suddenly alighted
from the car in the middle span and
running to the side of tite bridge
Jumped Into lVast river. Hia body
was cat-'led away by tho currenLt,
A party of well-known *litisie haei'
Ing Just returned from Onsan rUtle Ia
the heart of the Sierra ade itnaouwl
alas, report the disoovwry of a amo~i
ering voloano hitherto taknown ae
cept to a few of the naatves. .th
volcano showed signs of a recent .a
tlon.
A Staitford, ConA., dtp6toh aum
that" tH. 0~. Borden, ciy ho fleer, le gliting pereonAl atteitikh to
citlein GorgeF Praincls TDrpn, who i
Suffering from smallpox. HiAe ia ils h
patient Is getting along nicely Int th
Slisolation camp, awtS that there ai noth
ing at yet in bhl cond4tlon Uto.- idtoat9
a fatal terintition. Mr. Train re
maine cheerful amdlt patient,
John B. Moran, a lawyer of Bonton,
announces that he ha. in his posesB
*ion a written confeaton of a whole
tale bribery atchemnie mapped ourt b
Massachusetta iwen, which involve~m
event prominent logtslatorr. Tht
confession was minao by a Doston metr
chant, a member of the legislature tl
1901, who diasappeated from goston af
ter placing the confession la Mr. Mo
raa's haaid.
Children in Peril.
Some of the n most anxious hour of a
mother's life are those when the little
o|nes have the croup. Foley's Honey
and Tar isa safe and effective remedy
that nevor fails. "My boy would have
died from inenbraueousa eroup if i had


not been? for Foley's Honey and Tar,"
writes C, W.Lynoh ot Wilhester, Inad.
Sold by \V, -O.Vallaoe dru tMore.
Itf we ave -assitant to each other,
no o011 would be in want of fortu e--
M<'ft~ul>'. ..


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J.8TiK8!.,f'L *N PlANTS,
Thousandsr of tmployea Likly Tpo,Be
SAffected. '
Newark, TfJ., Mayy .S.--A strike
whjch't l1 likely to affect thousands of
emN~y01 in the plant: of the Zdl-
son Geneal Electric company thro4tig-.
out tle country is on at the Harrlsc^
factory of that concern. About 2,4W
i48tds are employed there. aore are
only 40 of the strikers, but they are
machinlstU and their absence from
Poats has crippled the work of the
factory. Because of the strike about
500 girl emi!plpyes have become i dle
and other may be forced to quit 'e-
cause they have nothing to do.
It is thought the Strike may exbned
to the company's Fort Wayne factory
where there are about 500 employee;
the LyWn plant, which employs 6,000
hands, and the main works at Scbenec-
tady, where the total number of ero-
ployes AIs Sout 12,000, and the ma-
chinists number 2,006.
The ma cinists In the Edison fac-
tories .'ecfntly affiliated themselves
with the international Association of
Machinists. 'Prevlout to the strike
the Harrison employes were receiv-
ing $2.160 for a. day of ten hours. They
now demand 'the union wages of $2.75
for a day of nine hours. This request
the employers say they cannot grant.
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-
moned. A reliable remedy for these
diseases should be kept at hand. The
risk is .too great for any one to take.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy has undoubtedly
Saved the lives of more people and re-
lieved more pain and suffering than
any other medicine in use. It can al-
ways be depended upon. For sale by
all druggists and medicine companies.



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FIRE, BOND and
ACCIDENT INSURANCE,
Representing a number of prominent
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Abstract & Realty Company,
[Incorporated)
E. E. VOYLE, Manager.
qet an abstract of title to land before
buyng. -Afteor paying the purchase
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sales and unoseoa ed mortgqaea.


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Air Line Railway.

SOHEDUL<. ECuBOTTIV APRIL 12, 1903.


S 81 I s rT N DIVISION 84
6 a oo p 2s 0 p .................... JaoksonVile...................Ar 10 0 a 716 a 00
10 9 54P 250 ..................Baldwin................... 1012' 6 30 a 420
114 11 34 p 420 P ................... Waldo .........0 a8 4 42 a S50
S....... 4 sOpL Ar............. GAINE LL a 6 10 a 1 30
7 45 pAr............. ...CedarKey...... ...... ...... .Lv ......
S ...... ..... Lv....... ........ v r prin ... .. ....... ......... ... 12 5
Sp a ... . ..... ...... ..... ............. ....... 2 41 p
a ... ....... O O .. ........... ....... ..0b 25 a
4l 4 42 a ..... ................... DadeOtty ................. ...... ul pl P s10 87 a
il p 6 48 a ....... .................Plant City................. .... 10 20P 9 45 a
7 1 0 a ...... ............ ..Pal etto..... .......... ....... 8 p 7 42
S 11 4 a ...... ....... ......Ma atee... ...... ..... ...... p 7
6 p 0 4 a ....... Ar.......... ...........Ta pa... ... ......... L ...... 9 5 a
NORTH AND EAST I 84 I 66 I WEST AND NIW ORiLEANS I. 50 I
Lv JacksonVlle........... 8 456 7 50 p .. .... v Jaclonvile............ ..... 840 p t. .
tAaFernaudina......... o 05 00p ....... r LakeO Cy...................1.. P pill2a
Ar'Brurwiok.........2.. 201 p 1095 P ....... Ar LiV ok.......................[ 65p1204p
Ar tavannah............ 1 p 11 il ..... ...... ArMaOn.......................... 7Bp12658p
Ar Fairfrax................ 809p 4 ....... Ar M ntll o.................... 0 o 8 p
Ar Denm rk .......... 7 ..... Ar e.. .................. 40 82
Ar Columbiao.............. 80 ...... Ar Quiny.................................. 47 p
Ar Camden ............... 740P 8 4 a ...... Ar River uoteion '..... ......... ....... 65 p
Ar Hamlet,.............. 9B6p 8a A Pensacola................. ...... it 0Op
Ar Wilmngton.... ...... ... p ....... Ar Mobie......................... 2a
Ar Southern Pines ......... i a ....... Ar New Orlean ........................ 2 B a
ArRalelh ..... .. ... ... 8p 045 ....... Lv a lonvll.......................... 7 p
Ar ho nd, Va 800n i .. ......... 846 750 P' A tla nta ... ............. ..... 8.6.
Ch......oga1............. .... 00p
Ar bisav onia........... Sp1 8tap ....... Asltsal...................... 025
Ar Fw larf t........... ... 8 p s p ....... ChtloAic o........................... .....a
AV Denmalt rk.............. 8 57 p 2204 ....... alhleA ................................ 98155


Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasoth, on 81, exce
$aturdays from Oainesville. ex Ce
T'ain No. 4, Seaboa d Etrfaess, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
T a onviles and New York, via Richmond and Washington. Vesti-
b d"a qhes between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmonid. Cafe
di. i a4'erIcetom Jacksonville.
0 840 .ebioard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars be-
tween Jasonlle and Washin ton, and drawing'room Pulimtn ile pers be-
twlle and New York. b
1 teWot at Starke for LaCrdsse, Alachua, Willlord, Waasee and
itermedutle points and at Arener with Early Bird branch.
Stand 7, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jackbaonyllie.
St0,nw s for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sutidays, Tuesdays
and Thur sdays, 11p. m. ..
A. 0.MAcDONELL, Asl't Gen. P.s. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
0. B, T;ioket Agent, Gainesville.


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Th e Fl t Steamships in the Coastvie S er

Clyde New England and Southern Lines
Direct Service Betweri JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON aid
PROVIDENCE, and All Eastern Points,
Calling at Charleston both ways.
Worghbound. 4a` '6' .
o~.und,................. .From Foot of Catherine t,, Ja oille

S Clvle St. Jobms River Line
B atween JACKiSONV LL and SciKO
Stopping at Palatka, Astor St. Francis. Bereaford (1Deand), and trmediate
Landings on St. Johns River


.,Steamer, ITY OF JACKSONVILLE.*
I sappointed to sail as follows:
Wd Leare Jackaonville 8:80 p. m. Sunday, Tuesdays and Thurs ays.
a Snford 9:0 a. m. Mndays, Vedne -a da,:
Bead owl. .8"S"HEDUL M IRe tli
LeAve SSO pm ................ J*acksonville ......... .... Airrvet ,.
re- S in4pm ...................... Palatka ........ ... ave 8:00pm
am................ Astor .. ....... ... *.a : ) p
:twee am.......... ..-.. St. Francis.............. 100pm
t. Bereford (DeLand) . ... .00 pill
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OPEN TODAY

i eet live OaJ on
ebsville Diamond,

ILL BE VERY CLOSE
Claims the Swiftest Team in
teo, and So Far Holds the
ionship-Chapple t6 Pitch the
for Live Oak.
will open the baseball sea-
n Gaiaesville, when the Oak
.i will play Live Oak, one of the
latest teams in the State.
While the Oak Halls are all new
ipen, baseball enthusiasts are mani-
festing a great confidence in their
ability as ball players, an4d confidently
I Ieve that they will win, notwith-
itanding that Live Oak has the ad van-
lage of having played together for
sereral weeks.
The men who will compose the Oak
Halls are highly recommended in their
profession, and the practice game
dMonda and yesterday afternoons,
Which have been the only opportunities
to get together, show evidence that
they know that they are doing. Man-
ager .McArthur has exercised every
preeaution to secure good men, and
today will show whether or not he has
been successful. He should be com-
Tmended for his caution, however, and
even if our boys should go down in
defeat this afternoon it will not have
Sfteuidency to discourage the manage.-
meit, the players or the people.
The game will be called At 8:30
'olodk, The price of admission has
beeit placed at 25 and 15 cents, and it
Is to be hoped that a good crowd will
be present to greet and encourage the
)oys-and that the "rooters" will be
in evidence,
I*let us all go and "root," for it is
14 that is half the game.
SOhapple will pitch the game for
Ave Oak.
For Those Who Live on Farms.
Dr. Bergin, Pana, Ill., writes: "I.
ave used Ballard's Snow Liniment;
ways recommend it to my friends, as
"m confident there is no better made.
t is a dandy for burns." Those who
ye on farma are especially liable to
01%y accidental cuts, burns and
uises, which heal rapidly when Bal-
rt4's Snow Liniment id applied. It
Told always be kept in the house for
ee of emergency. 25c, 600 and $1.00
t Johnson Bros.

Our grelgt:. :idl'tthl had a way ot
knotlin -a n rri go creitionilces which
yould lulridly find favor nowadays.
'he following cases iu point have been
nearthed:
AueOn Aug. 2., 17H2. at Bath, Captain
aztillton. aged t weuty-eight. married-
r .0 Monson, an agedr. ldy of eighty.-
eiealth."
eod. aged nilnety-flve, to Mlls4it ,
jugoist, aged fiftfteen. Alobert.!:U4:
a an oflfcer in Kling WIlIAm litie0
ima wbts oundseadi t-o e Iank a-i
R 't X Rays. .-s> .-
?i t,:deit .IllWt. a tq i lb1 f
e ad ettblih ato s Ith

i 1tcks st omfa Is not 4Iotte

ee My Indigesttont aodol
eyspepuia ofe is ouaing tshoptad**.
t111 ears you of Indgentitl ia dy-
ptsi. and prevent or oure catUtn ofp
atomash. Xodol digest. whtt yu
,t.-lakes the stomach sweet. rold
B.dtiford &A McCol ..'
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- ONe wLo ht' trtd s 'wrat times l:to
'^ inf'ro"tt atreamui Ond ld '1riMYt:
tyy' iilh-n limitlS4ii y %Aweded. wlwen
e oalg to a frfie4. ow 'nach' better
em thana o n having aco diatlo t ren ..; /" .: n *p. .
J q4t t.- ;i v. o I p 4lted hi's .end,. '"I
In ltr :an "~.* in not wismlag to
Mas'-"-St. Ncholas.
: ""le Bterwei.
-"What a Ivxsry a clear coiscietcee
r, extJ1~i d the high minded states
it '.ax t| S
i'sa luttx4 but i t i551Y a
Wasbiugtou Str. .
: Ii' .; s. i' s....&
w4-1a It lov. with a dabsing lirli
1" d3like to .,, your advic ,' .
*b* 4ti willing to help you all I ta
o-:W* would y.a ...a. .s. t,

>Bass pins we e flr Bs b i
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DENotAN $S PSROIECuTlOJt JEWS
Ealtimore Pastor MIkes Some Very
Startrig Aocuslitons.
Chlcagd, 2lay 26 '. dispatch to
The T.ib;hu.ne from Baltimore \Id.,
says:. i.' : U r
.pr. Madtlici t Peterts, patcr of, th)
lBaytit Taleruacle here, in hts sermon
lat nIght denounced the -ersecutioh
of the. Jews in, issls, a&:Ai then start-
lel tilS a ad to ac:urti; thiatI h
,a measure, the pcofle o' the United
States a:e iIguiiy cf tie same clxrhas
fnr which I ua a, th hl tsians .are
ci'avie' Iie sr.il hI pnlart:
"In A.th:!ea t(e julw hinho sa dinuble
claini to recognn..tlou-t]ce claims of the
t.wenlltl >th century aail the eial;h o'
bc rcai':f t' ot::.;s:it- r t"i," ibro4,n1
lsp!";, oi" the Aye(ri.an cn.te'd ltltW!oin.
"HaFs he recnt cl *(th" ttrate ljlp'ot t1V
merits as as n::.: and the rieihs ho
de.evce.s as a citin;'.? IHe is cn l-
ca'tutt d !i n the- c(o-i n pIpers a.te on
our 8 ti-a e. In or h ocial, proi'oeli i:nl t
and even palit.le fuTs he is Inlic,
bal i.
"I am ve seen 3t ,wia ceillidrn te o
ho' M f, n, our ilJA hle schools IU ttt,!-a
becanue (,f the fst" nnanoms vsil
whihh they were taunted; Outra'-ca
are freqtuen!ly perpetrated utpon the
,ew IIn our eliti r un:or the eye:- of
the polct--outragos hhrh i;'t a (:is.
graie to our cpulltn. u
"BEIssian tenj Roumanlin 1.r erm-
grants who are strivinga, with ,n i-'ht
and main to earn a livelihood, ieiet
with a reception from the denizens of
the streets not at all creditable to
American citizenship. Oura own skirts
r far from clean of anti-Semitlim."
GREATLY ALARMED
By a Persistent Cough, but Perma-
nently Cured by Chamberlain's
OlCough Remedy.
Mr. ot. P. Burbage, at studeat at law
in Greenville, 8. 0., had beon troubled
for four or five years with a rontinu-
uun cough which he says, "greatly
alarmed me, causing me to fear that I
was in the first stage of consumption."
Mr. -Burbage, having seen Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy advertised, con-
eluded to try ft. Now read what he
says of it: "I soon felt at remarkable
change and after being two bottleS of
the twenty-fve cents bsie, was permla-
nently cured." wSold by all druggleis
and medioinecompanie..
MAX O'RtELLI 18 sBEAD.
Famous FProh "Author t l ot4of 4
NAw Yopk, MayR t PrI*- rti.
patch ftom Pei saysi t,.11l,
B oiuet .(M a.,,. O RetD :, 'O'l died"O e .t *
ons formation toltOwp oni e Pt e
for appet nei .e days&ago9t.ot h 'there.was no hop.
but raid 4he wou0 d contInle Ahi'fllt
agairat donth as brprt vOsI 'y "'"oever. 06'
was e0n04,g la writing storyy of ll
lMfe, as well as an SBXIIaI J( itsh btorytof
Praace. He do. aie f4i. thous 1 t he
Rue Freyeioet at 6:1 ieaterdty, N.4)


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oodSj$ARY .Btor and Prop'r.
M' ' SS B URTZ, City Editor
ON,,f.OE: .OTR BWOK .
) ( 4 x w. S + a. ,M 8 . 4 3
'V ||flS'r8um.p!ituth+' every morning ez-
MOld av,' edelive r'. barrler In the ity.
e~q4. to any part of ttI Unted States, pOS-
tree, for a6 ye ori,1l* 0 six months; 1t.20
inouth, or 60dents for five weelr-

R.,l4ialnotatesin l'tooal columni, 10 cents a
q for starelnaertion. an4 5 oents for each ad-
41liatalohstedo.
.wt t'ddisMy iAverthiing made known

e Twice-a-Week Sun is an elabt-pagie.
$0 pto Upnipi paper. published every Mon-
ds and Thursday, and contains all the
p j, 5'NaP o the week. local, state and ge-n
etl *i & will be malled. Ipostage free, to any
r VIt of the United Staeds or C ad, f(or, 1.00
Sj1eart--in advance.
l adverttllng bills beopn e due after first
^ .solDOiranoe of advertisement, unless otherwise
.llS5il5lated In ecntraet., Partles not known to
S*wit be required to pay for advertilsin In ad-
4.0oe. Address. THE DAILY SUN.
GawsI. II I lt.A.

Meanwhile, Judge Parker of New
Yorksmwiles, but gives no other indi-
nation that he is a "receptive candi-
Sdate"

:An advertiser recently paid $5,000
for the privilege of painting his name
on a chimney where It could be seen
:by 'passengers on the New York ferry-
oa s __________t, .

: Patent> Commissioner Allen an-
i ounpoes that the Patent Office has not
issued a patent on a perpetual motion
device for at least forty years and will
ever do so again.

The legislation which will prevent
the importation of peanut and cotton
s eed oil labled "olive oil," will have a
S most beneficial effect on the California
olive oil Industry.

S very time Colombia reads the
United States Treasury statements it
determines it will not ratify that Pan-
Bam&a canal treaty until it obtains a
larger slice cf the gold reserve.

A bright inventor has now given us
the wireless telephone. When an In-
ventor comes along with the snore egs
sleep and the biteless mosquito we
will believe tho InIllenium htas arrived.

A Southern statesman claims, with
some degree of truth, thnt the South
won't let the negro vote, but permits
him to work for his living, while the
North permits him to voted, but won't
let him work.

The engineering schools of Great
S Britain are in so primitive it condition
i that students are advised tb come tp
S Oanada, to Mcill College, to the Troy
S (N. Y.) Polytechnic, or to some of the
S great Gernian institutions,

S Apparently Governor 'ennypaeker
A cannot be induced to test his unew I*
.*/ bellaw in the courts. The law prae"
tioally prohibits caracaturing and yet
S every large newspaper in Pennlstylva-


LOOKING FOi t lJE.

Tt iohk as itf o bodeyi le Peat.
office Department were paring the way,
for some veryfpolited. questioning by
Congress this winter. -. -
This particular line of inquiry will
be entirely outside the astandals n'W
rec'i vinig the attentiioin fFou rth Assist-
ant Postmaster General Bristow and
his inspectors. It will have to do with
the attitude of certain department of-
ficials toward clerks in the railway
mail service. *
It is announced in Washington dis-
p itches' that a postal clerk, whose
home Is at Kansfis City, is about to be
dismissed from the service because he
has entered suit against the govern-
ment for certain traveling expenses
to which he believes he is entitled un.-
der the law. The law, it seems, pro-
vides that railwaymaiil clerks, shall be
allowed certain traveling expenses
when on duty away from their desig-
nated headquarters. There is a differ-
ence of opinion between the depart-
ment officials and some of the clerks
as to the meaning of this provision of
the law, the clerks contendir, that
"headquarters" is the. city in which
they reside and from whiph they inake
their runs, while the department has
always construed the term to mean
the route on which their rune are made
and rinot the city or town in which they
live,
Clearly the term is open to either
construction. The department offi-
cials take the position that the clerks
must submit, witho questioning, to
the department cdhstruction, while
the clerks believe they have the right
to have the matter p'aseed upon by,
courts. In this it mustbe admitted that
the clerks are right. It seems most prob-
able that the construction- placed upon
the statute itself by the department
authorities must be the correct one,
but there can be no good reason for
attempting to evade a.dleeision by
the court of clainis, before which one
of these cases is now pending.
There is no possible excuse for ptn-
Fihinga clerk for bringing such a suit.
He is clearly within his right# as a
citizen, and the postoffie officials who
undertake to punish him are likely to
bring down trouble upon tneir own
heads..
The driver of a closed motor car re-
cently noticed thit his passengers had
slipped down onto the floor. On open-
ing the door he disedvered thai they
had been completely overcome by the
fumes from the motor.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, a
Lucas County.
Frank J. Oheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheliey & Co., doing 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 Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANZ ChIurtry,
Sworn to before me anti subsdribed4
in my presence, this flfth day of-De-
coember, A. D. 18868.
W. A. GOBAso]n,
SAL j Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern-
ally, and asts directly on the blood and
muooUs surfaoes of the system. Send
for Lesem4 ials, free. *
'F. J, O xev & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggist,, 75B.
HaU's lFamily Plls are the beat.
CLoUDIURwr SWEEPS ARMS.


nias 'hns published a cartoon of the Hundreds Rendered Homeless and
Governor every day since hl signed the I ld, O.la, May .--I u dreds of
Canada Is' d, O May s6.-euth ndret bofna
la .m .. ... ... psona were reiioered homeless and
property damage to the extent-of
Toronto, Catinda, is considering a 1300.000 was done in the unid bottomri
law which provides for the abolition of alqon by a cloudburst that struck
taxes on $7tX) of the value of every west of this city at midnight matur-
residenoo. The idea in view is the day night. The aggregate damage
moditloation of the taxes on the homes probably will be much higher on ac-
owned by the poo'tr pleoplil Utnder count of losses sustained between Enld
such a, law a mnin owning a hoeo as- ani.a the seat of the storm.
sessed at $(k) would pay taxes on only A batk of wattr 3 feet high and 200
$200. feet wide swwpt down through the
.---- --.. .. .bottoms at midnight. carrying houseS
P ostnmastor-enural 'ayne asserts and everything before it; It ame
that he is carrying on the pitstotlle upon Inld without warning, while
onvestigtly d ho of ts Inhabitanto were asleep,
investigation relehtlessly andi in tho We.ithin ao few mittes a hundred of
s-anebroath ridieuhlg it mailw ho las houeus's were toinplctelY submerged.
yielded to Mr. lPayte's rquest, for in- Mhnly per ons lost everything they
-formlation which will assist in thl ini- p| stoe. The nieau of tel elvng
vestigationl. Pailful as it may be to distress are inadequate.
the Postmnaster-tieneral. thoe Iublic Thio rainfall the past ten days h.sa
will atili believe that actions speak been the heaviest in the history of
louder than words. Oklahoma. and inaslcatons are thal
z .. ..::...:more will follow.
"Stand pat," "awduate'r" and "In- Ieport of lo.es in the count ry
sargeont" will be among the frt- wevt of Entd are nmeaer, but it IA b4
qunitly used expressions of th1e leved that heavy' damag was don .
6mtIng campaign. The .ntaningt Doesn't Respect Old Ae.
of the first Is well known. The It's shameiful when youth faila l o
tCdd Indicates a. candidate whose show proper respect for old agt but
|ar Is such that a slight exposure just the contrarry in the case of Ir.
9q disable him, and the last i. a .Kin New Life Ps. They et
whio waite maIntalaiag hi all I maldte o imatr how and
h++ W !e l~n~ uq n+ aire of old a IL ..pe
Fever, onsipasleO 1
"kt Pill. 10


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All Humors

Are impure matters which the skin,,
liver, kidneys and other organs can
not take care of without help, there is
such an accumulation of them.
They litter the whole system.
Pimples, boils, eczema and other
eruptions, loss of appetite, that tired
feeling, blllouk ,turns, fits of lndiges-
tion, dull headaches and many other
troubles ar e:'de to them*


Th-le Florl/id

Fruit andT tnk Gr wer
. One X .es.r .. ...


A bandsomel
devoted especi
the fruit and
Florida.
A gestal ti
u th witilbe
oetitsg Stanmnu


reot Of
ersa of

of six
I of 26


or mail 2a centn to C. J. MOFerTT. M. D.. T. LOUIs. MO.
c, ., Nov. 26. 1900.-I was flrst advised by ouir family hyelelan In Charleston to u s ETEsBINA
with o b when h w t a very young Infant, as preventive ot colic and to warm &ad a swotha tfestomna .
Later it waM ueful In teething troubles anedits effect hs heen found tobe soverybenefleil iand sotreltfromodanger
that are conequent upon the use o drug and soothing syrups, that we have come to regard it, mfter *U wI there
children, Moneofthe neoessitle when there Ia anew baby in thehouse and until the teething trotubtes rlver,and
we take pleuure n ommndn to our fIenas instead of the horrid stuff that so nany people eh Uf'eep theIr
baby quiet. HA WELL M. AYER. (Manager D)lly Ttime5 ad Weekly Tinem Messener.)


Florida Eas Coast .


LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48.
SOUTHBOUND-4 AD DOWN.


No0 .f


STATIONS.


In Effect April II, 1903.
I NORTHBOUND-READ UP.


No. 8 No. 7
Daly m Daily.


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p syAltexqsibloe for a4 delayor any orn's uaon lli. her -

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SLt0tUtA AND OCCIDENTAL STEABSHIP, CONNECTIONS AT MIAMi. .'


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al 11 P west . ............, pi
I' -r ep..f "eI. Timl OaxSt 'other Inforrmatton add any. AgenL:t.
S & A^a~fin e~kt. _JUM.'Qal. Ps. Agent., 8T. AUTGt 87 ; PL.A.
order tauke^eoto at Orane City Jauneio witi Atlauntt Coast TAM
^M^J1 obe aries mopWan op t Oritax wity branch known MAOa Ic ad 4 wll a4
eammensol w MAY,4.11W
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TOe or$gini cnrnaton was a fi ve pet
tlied bl (t was imported into, pl4 about "
the time of the Noringk #t. As* 8847 Indi Aen
MClyA as lfl6 hortt eu CHr, wo gave CaGtZC1B 1Ui2
inlntite directions fo litlvtion of Ihabeen a sAfe
tIhe idwef' in wiatei,_ ernaon Of femas f trouble far'O*r4^ulAs. ;'
portanc ur1ng the I ft, t years, a- could get around and do m a io iA t
cordij To a and IoVutr. As j-. try patent medicines as I o e
? ,O009 young can tieon plasLtsare About eight months ago I hadtOtake to
told each yeIr and florits produce an miny bed,suffering with prolapsus of the uiterus0,
equal ,a t grown b .thei*elves '- with bearing down pains and intense pana
hih ateo sol e e re prd inthe back. Maut,whoca t se
tes ou rt prox told me of Wine of Cardu and sent fa bo
ese a e, /ip ...pwird a yeor A-tie. I ai- indeed glad that she did, for that
These ptantI are grIn under glass
durng the wnter for t flowerfirst bottle started me on the roa t
rposes. poduing iannuatl average ry. Inka few weeks I was out of bed and in three months I
tf more than NlOOO)0 blooms. What In better health and stron-
becotues of this enormous number of ger than had been in
flowers Is somewhat of a mystery. as I take a dose now,
ey are put toinnumerable uses. occasionally, of Wine of
spA1er. Eat Their Mothers. Cardui and am kept i i Sec'y. Woodman's Circle No. 70.
One of the most Unnatural things in perfect health.
nature, it the expression ls allowable if to women suffering any p
i the manner in which the young of Wine of Cardui brings in relic e n o -
.the common wolf spider treat their female weakness and perectinyregula eth s he i tat
mother. After the little creature has w ichwea tobeint ooldins b rwomb in placeiV n h eed 1at
ld her eggs she envlops them in a ufferevery month if you take this medicine. The periodical discharge
silken covering, so as to make a ball will be painless and lthy without continual weak ngdains. Wi
.about the size of a pen, and this she of Cardui will make your health right and you may treat yourself privately
carries, about with her wherever she in your own home. Secure a $1.00 bottle of Win of Cardui fronm
goes and wil- defend it with her life. druggist today.
When the ydulug are hatched, they
climb on her back, giving her a mon- UNJ AJ
strous appearance, and ride about un-
til nearly half grown, and as soon as
they discover their strength, they rall
to and devour, their mother. ns a rule
the material relation il recognized In W TTie wufris aMlrf.Rt
the animal and Insect world only as W-arrhom. Dan"ery
Ists, but instances of the young actu- Chldrenf o g
ally deuourinig a parent by main force 0,ds"ji pse egSt l
and comtnhr coneent are extremely s W ih Tathig mtlin the Bowdoel, ent
raoe-London Naturem l ASe. 2th Child and R4
.lim onr--__,I,'~iving T h aeTHINGnA $ Y.


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.: 'FLORIDA i',
FLORIDA:, [AY 27, 1903


O1- OUAfID
7 A$thiT .. GIA. ".I
S'Aainat'l.,; '
~$lsyle, KY., May 26.-4 special
Iosat- ,romJackson, Ky., eays,;
1th the state milItia satan4in1
.,. the grand Jury of Breatlditt
tyr tody 'began a4u investigation
4eO assassination of Lawyer James
SMarcum. The commanding offl
1 of the militia has ordered that no
era be written home during the stay
the troops, and another order n-.
'tUcted the men to refratfi Trpm con-.
4sation among themselves as to the
..udge Redwine convened court at 10
'iplock. sheriff Callaban notified the
S0c urt that he deesired to be excused
a0m duty and that he wished an ellsor
ppointed to serve In his place. Judge
d dwine assented, saying:
"I had intended to appoint an elisor,
yi course," and the court named
,rles [Attle, as temporary sheriff.,
h e eldest daughter of Mfr. Marcum
was in the court roomn when court
O aend. Among the first to be called
a ,grand' jurors was Curtis Jett, a rela.
t1ye of Curtis Jett, who 1i under ar-.
rewp charged with the crime. Mr.
sJ*t was excused..
The giratid jury was sworn in at
10:30 o'clock and Judge Redwine 4i-,
structed the jurors calling attention -o
the lamentable conditions in Breat!.St
county and urging that not only the
Sactiual murderers of James B. Marcum
be convicted. but that all who were un
,ay way connected with the murder teb
treated likewise.
A Physician Healed. i
SDr. Geo. Ewing, a practicing physican
of Smith's Grove, Ky., for over thirty
years, writes his personal experience
With Foley's Kidney Cure: "For years
I had been greatly bothered with kid-
ney and bladder trouble and enlarged
prostate gland. I used everything
Sknown to the profession without relief,
Until I commenced to use Foley's Kid-
ney Cure. After taking three bottles
I was entirely relieved and cured. I
Sprescribe It now daily in my practice
' and heartily recommend its use to all
i pihysicians for such troubles. I have
preori~bed it in hundreds of cases with
lerfeot success." Sold by W. C. Wal-
lae's drug store.
CARL PICKETT, NAVAL CADET.
I 'onrt of Major M. T. Plokett Appointed
-Midshipman In U. 8. Navy.
SAtlanta, May 2L.-Mr. Carl Pickett,
o f'hbt clty? ha's received his appoint.
.anebt as midshipman in the United
ties naval academy at Annapolis.
0, 0o won out in two examinations ln
the preliminary ordered 'by Congresas'
.mian Livingston to select the three
highest men, and in tile regular en#
t tlanee examination, held for selecting
i,: OBe of these three, Mr. Pickett was
S*i.cCessful. He is the youngest otni
of Mwiaor M. T. Pickett, of thil city,
w'h; was a gallant confederate officer,
4'^.,' .Disastrous Wrecks,.
; -'r , "" .
o areleasness is responsible for 'maz
a railway wreak and the same pauses
tret making human wrecks of suiererw.
trs*e Throat and Lung Trouble. i tit..
sine the 'advent of Dr. Kints lw
Discovery for Consumption,f ong
M !' ColdI, even the worse cases en
i0|^ieand hopeless resignatipon is no
logr netessairy. :Mrs. Lois O g o
XDorohetelr, Mas., is one of t.b sany
belife, was sawed by Di, Kmns_,
*A) OWy Tbilsnd r eis
"A ft All Thr'oat a L
X{ aL. d ruli|Sts, le? CO
*4 i lOO i ltUboetas free. : *: ....
A t.abalii MunicIjt a if e*,' ..
%tuscaitoo5. Ala., May K--i'i1* ma
*' :sMad4 board of aldermten of as*oQ'
SWilve received an Irnwitato froml
1 tWaghiiial to attend the third n
mau mt-ehg of the Laesge pf At'
y aee Muho o Itai Mayn US. The invltaioa blm
S*44 h hopes tl* the bosid wUl a& ,


WI 0ae n vry. 1 : with: d4iay
(lot bl( ite| t as sowts of anedlewes.
~ite tii iIo ree!die ,e me. One day I.
liitr otyotr Zestle Bitters and
l44 ieg foil vltl oe p, and soon
S dW a ") day ine etboa o

-al DebOlUy." This k. wat BR.

fEn:m= n i Chwtrs Anniver*a ry.
'to t York, e. et4 i h two bea-
Rat @ of the Iryt fl4lhlwb abatw is
o itha ^mwte at snesayt
at$*** e deh

The first Lawbook.
The well known Assyriologlist,(-rCr:
IIugo Winckler. pubslihed anii ccount
of the legislation protulganted by King
Aiuriphel of Babylon, which, so far as
is known at present, was the first bool
of nlaws ever given to the world. King
Amriphel lived 2,250 years B. C. and
Is mentioned In the' Bible as a contem-
porary of Abraham, so that his statutes
were drawn up fully five centuries be-
fore the laws of Moses. They number
282 and contain the following:
"If a woman who sells beverages
gives bad value for the money paid
her. she shall be throw Into water.
"If a wife be a spendthrift or It sue
otherwise neglect her duties, her hus-
band may put her away without conm-
pensation. but If a man put away his
wife for no other reason tthanii that she
has no children he shall return her
whole dowry.
"If a betrothal be rescinded, the man
shall pay the woman compensation.
"A widow with grown *up children
may not marry again without permis-
sion from a judge."-London RExpt Two Kitds of Wag.
In an Iowa law court an attorney
was arguing with great earneatnipS
and eloquence. In the midst of his ar*
gnment he passed a moment, says the
Green Bag. ad said:;
"I see your honor shaktes hls head.at
that stntenmen. I dasfre to ?oasr It. ,
although yeour In disletats."' .
"I have not' tnate&" tepled the
judge, "how. I o p W co,1h e the evt
dence or what/iy d!oa.wil ..a ni
the cas., aspd, your remarlt i to ca110 i
for." '." .. ... "
* "You shook your board "
"That may be true," t'he court rs
pled, "*The.r was a fly oni oy ear, aitn
I reservied the ,rtg removee it in tply
manner I sow fit Proeed with your
argument." i,. ..: "

caleb.:C 1|^ ^ar 'of 'l:
.re ssM ,and lh ies were r 4
'.'^v^ i~i"Of
IA^li'^^^m^&^ttA-'ftuft'M7-


, amB no wUsa y .qsww w wrau si

as.e ** ma onas.s rweee.
it i, no uncommon tbIo g to se"
4lt*ereit airm, When the incbatn


a terrifle c a it whitbl SA. The- vwai
4~a ------

ls two btrot, wa, away tr. t i.
.. t rb s -' s. ', : '
: oNes se# Aw7r.
After preaching on the oc.cawl~on
the rmeiwntPR of a restored chboth tme
wok. "tAnd I 6 mnt itt ~i.wkiOs
twohip froreri Meruo..'T w Wate Plpg
"but I could not ne*lp ',i l iiAO
otletd ftb.t ior. b tt yo iii i la sipi
must ha've ben a littlt W pwil g b | I
self wha yo s *et OWAL.a



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are both benefitted y
the use of




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robust health to all. Malt-Nutrine
contains 14.60% genuine nutritive
extract and less than 2% of alcohol.
Absolutely non-intoxicating and
positively strengthening and Invig-
cjAi l orating. Doctors recommend it.
cps All draggists sell it. Prepared only by

Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
St. Louis. U. S. A.
lrew'ers of Ath famous Budweiser, MIchelob,
Black a Tan, Palo-Lager. Faust, Anheur**
Standard. LEport Pale and Lzquiaite.
Ord.',r proniptly 1illld by
J. F. TIDWARIDS, Vhlioleslealoe )tier, (Oalneitville and Olit, ViFla.


S Theytemporally
U S TIrcure constupatlor
Of by agitating th
bowels, but nrgular action cannot be secured until the liver
secretes enough bile to make the intestines ,
execute their natural functions. Unnat-
ural agitation, caused by cat h:artics, compels
continual and ihcrensing doses to
at.t.a iia the results.
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G hinesville, FIjrida


Men We Want to0 Talk To.
lWe .lr 1( *I if t'lv'ry n m<-'in (taine ll. wa a clotl e-
(f e t'er 111 6 i `t i (fA' il/ t knt the psitive facts in the ev e- /that
ri i wn 'ii ,d i' .e w,*o14 0 eWmr ntuifr[l t o f .r /f t l/ ( iff I t4e il)d .
.ich o work we u ifl Iis1h a litfi, ar fUtn :"eek's artumef is
TO THE MAN WHO'S SOMETHING OF
AN EXPERT ON DRESS.

Why are the betaret*ssed me
in Gainesville o0 0ptrouni?
Why do eXper(4 on dress ita@i:
blayV by f fra tuOf
'heo snswer l:s obvlous--to .y
know what they wain In elothl
Ing -l-ald thel ti 4 dl tnilon t
tells them we hive it,
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va't t Ma ure to, t ho(,the
Osot crew puto14, AKth. rfmt
tWo; aiaefs* d-0,aWri in Atw
04 1. i wAn sai d If thAe 4',asl thin
Ike h.a d usiswM mwe'rf wfd
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Matliushek Pianos,

NOTED FOlR SWEETNESS ANID PURI-
TY OF TONE, POWER ANDI
RllAUllAlI.TY.

lost pi)tno for this trying ltinate, stands
tune tlomwer thn others, oosttruoetl4 of
itHst tuiter worktumianshlti obtalilnlle.
tI) to dato In every
d0tiol iand n-.
4 iuntlied.
Sold by us coitlinutously for
OVER THIRTY- TWO YEARS
without a single failure. If you
want a piano for a lifethnie's
service buy tho
Mathlushie k T
Prtoea \It low as is nonslstent with qultuti
Camh or on easy torns. Sont on I t daya'
trlt). We paty froliht. Write
for Drloe TOb)A V.


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Southern Music House,
SAVANNAH, GA
JOHN D. MURPHY, Mgr.


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HIDES,
WAX,
WOOL,


Highest Mrket Prises Paid.


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SAVA AtNI, aiNOA.

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irepre..ut ng

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WHOLESALE 310tS


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One Centia WorO
Ad*ertisement at te SOD WoI '
this head inerted 1r4 s 60 D a .... 0;ot
In advance, eh Iirtion. % L .
Please answer averUseMOult asO
In tile advertisement .
The oontidenoe ot &lA PebonSS ItO iW.OO
tleoes sltned with IthtWJm will n e. i-
their names wilnot be 6ty n'to UistIe(.O

DO YOU wan aewsinw mItlitlu*? oaItoo0,IA
buy Vaal )O ave s T. e*
money. I keel on hMnl v b-qtst 424,0
needlea, atttabhments andasituretil l."
of maobine. Ol rld obtinu Sl
obange. SeoonA-dII &OB
Price. Call on or iftdre'.a 6 .
went The i Inter Mfir Co., P. O. 4x .
Gainesville. Fla. 4-7lawt.f
.W-. aNT-I- N-- -
V AN'1'E1) -MeIi to*<'rn birbor traldo. Ys, ,.
Losnitl.lSain li'ol o Onialllm., Ilil "tio. St .
toi 41lstii l 0 fiAl. 1 lt.. hi LL iZ, t (tIZ l O w.
'l'oools tlve i, poi.ltthini wVitlnW. I'isr. hltlim
mnotlod, Mtl.l0t 14tAltHlKli CO 'lLiWW.10 l Now
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rIKINTINii.
11F YOU want iit IItm. t-(o-nOw job illithinio
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dal d and Company Prize
ontestts Well Received.

;"YNOHk 'THROWS BOUQUET S

4. Making His Speech of Awards He
,Vi Declared Thast No, School in the,
Ci'tontry Cou id 'xcel the Seminary.
:,o'$phymo' EKerites Latt Night*
', There was a largb crowd present yes-
S terday afternoon to witnlie the indi-
v.lidual :asd company. maneuvers of
East ivif.rlda Seminary cadets, which
w~ '. interesting feauture of the,
a.hi.icticolmenit program. With the
_. eXption of thedrill between theyuung
ladies Monday afternoon this was
.pTqbably the most important event of
thi occasion, and a great number of
.eftlds of both companies were con-
gregated to cheer their friends to vio-
tory.
: Tue Irtiht event of the program was
an individual prize contest for, excel-
lency in the manual of arms, facings,
Setc. A large number of cadets of both
companies entered this contest. After
Sa spirited contest the prize, a hand-
some silver cup presented by the com-
S missioned officers, was awarded to
Cadet Sergeant Henry E. Sherfey of
Brazil, lnd., a flrst sergeant of Com-
pany B. "his young man received the
oonigratulations of his friends, for the
Prize was well deserved,
At the conclusion of the individual
contest there was an exhibition drill
Iy yA and B: Company A was under
eq;. mand of Cadet Captain W. B, Pen-
Sdie.ton and Lieutenants Zewtdskki and
Wood., 'while Company B was com-
manded by Oadet Captain A. Herzog
Sand First Lieutenant LeRoy B. Giles.
As,' -A ,both companies, appeared
upon the campus they were ethulas-.
tically .applauded and heered andc
S turilng the. progress of the drill
..were frequently encouraged by vigor-
,Ou.s applause. Aer a conte lasting
for somte time, th6e Judgtsa finally
aVkril0 d'the: .honor of fidoleny to
SOmpany B, though the contest was a
o vety lose one.
SMajor W. L. Floyd. and Captain
.1.0 George M. Lynch of the faculty and
'.V|ergeant Major W. T. Whitney and
l'ipol0or Sergeant Allan Graham of the
:,eadet corps acted as judges. Captain
i ynch .ated ,as spokesman for the
Ootnmittee, and took occasion in his
r i-'loqueit remark to compliment both
icoipanies for effmoency, which he de-
dclared could not be excelled in any
3, school ln the country. The remarks
of Captain Lynch were received with
great enthusiasm. "
At the Sominary Hall last night the
i taaetiboersa of the Sophomore class on0-
I tertained. a crowded house, and the
.leverness of their work went as evl.
Seneo nf the ability with which they
"av! been instructed during theY
.;. term.
CpOMMER01AL DEPARTMENT.
SOcaduating Exercisesa of This Depart-
"" ment Will be Held Today
One of the most Imnportant and In-'
I^B. ;terting features of the commence-
it ," nt progranr of East Florida senil-
nu iiry are the graduating exeOisesof the
'.. onanierelal department, whitoh wil! be
hoeld at tho Stmitnary at 10o o'clock this
S morning. The department haa pros.
Sperod during the past term under
Sthe able instruction of Prof. J. H.
ll.Brlnson, and those who attend th0 ex-
S erioos today will agree that this eit-


i et oit instructor has accomplished good
work,


the -. we,t ou'tl't(? ( e.tth'tment
S e to t. so Situ tA ikil with he girls'
:.e'.ni;-tt' Ott~ y, uising upon thau' the dtop
',I1d .hintoinalar",'lidt'r ~t f o all love and
mI. i 'lrtg ,ivla.tthiois, 4t;,, ,oui',ra s ,t hil
vulgu'tity of itriIihren fi'tn1n i 'tittlons,
tUMi gre't ntald g'ro,\ihg n''O. t tr. high
''. .alS, salnilards'and uW-toll On OuA' WO
man's part. Thou, just as steo tto)k her
o tat,) it oetltvd to her that he mlght
". vo thlkIe little il t ovor th' hiloadt
: of h1r )lsteno vris. wid hl s}oprg to her,
feet with a hi adted-rowark
'Plearsbe t't, thiat what I sa~y Is
true,. my dear riritpil," she exhorted
earuvostly, "a ..pliealie don't think I
donlt undtrestand tt y s8tllject. I know
what l'Im talktihg about. girls- really
4to.',.
OAoa 01iVre he 'took her seat, eight.
WWitt thebo air o.f general Interest, anl
Abei Mn e 'rear of*: the roon came..the
8t fta ,


Atl htl Coast, Lin' O.ffby On WayW
R'. tes t HoHmeesi ".rs ,
The Atlantqc Coa*st Line inl3roati
Company will pattipat In; one w.ay
settlers' rates from Oble ani.d Missls-
sippi river gateways-Olpeionati, '0.,
Loui'jille, Ky., Evanstille, Ilid., Pia-
ducab, Ky., Qairo, Ill., St. Louis, Mo.,"
and points beyond; .a lso i basing rates
from Memrphis, Tenn' (tiekts ,~ot to
be sold from Memphis proper), for
points on and pnotth of the line of the
Frisco system (Metmphis to Kansas
City), to t'he following points in Flor-
ida, Georgia, North and South Car-
olina aid Alabanla located on" this
system, or to which the company forms
part of an anl thrized ticketing route,
at following rates under conditions
named:
Rate-One-lialf of the standard one-
way faro, plus $2.00.
Dates of sale-March 3 and 17, 1908;
April 7 and 21, 1903; May 6 and 19,
1908; June 2 and 16, 1903; July 7 and
21, 1903; August 4 and 18, 1903; Sep-
tember land 15, 1903; October 6 and
20, 19084 November 8 and 17, 190, -
Limit-Conthitous passage.
Conditions-Contract and each cou-
ponl of tickets to be faced "second-
class, iot gool in parlor or sleeping
cars."
HIere 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
line.
It claims that it Is the greatest
trucking road in America, and it pro.
videos 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
thaum on this line.
Northern farmers are invited to
write for information in detail about
the territory of the Atlantic Coast
Line.
TO THE MANATEE SECTION.
One-Way Settlers' and Round-Trip
Home Seekers' Rates..
The Seaboard Air Line railway have
arranged the following attractive rates
to Manatee, Braidentown, Ellenton and
Sarasota, Fla:
From Ohio Rivetr Gateways.
One-way settlers' tickets endorsed
second class, not good in parlor or
sleopitng cars, ta be sold to all points
on the U. S. & W.I.. R. R.and S.S.
Co. line at rates based one-half of the,
first-elass limited fare, plus $2,00..
Tickets will be so4l on the first and'
third Tuesdays of each month, to and'
includIng Nove mber 17th, 1908.
Home seekers' excursion ti0kets to
'Parrish, Elleaton, Palmetto, Biradepat
town, Manatee, Oaeco sand Sarasot*
(4genoy stations), at : tre, :'plus,
f2.00, for the round trip .Ttkets will
be sold on the first anudhi Tuesdays
of eabh moth, to and hiding No'
vem...bw mh, 1008, Wth Ona-l lim
twentt-on days from ate "of Bal
Tickets will hff good t: Rtop-o'e .!
Seaboard nr Line railway on rot o
going folt, ney within fitteen.daf
trausit ... +"
The Seaboard Ar Lipne' t1w1
have iBsued some v vortising matter, coveringtbese )
whleh is beig dintributsd euively
through the North, Ifast .til ,o''
west. .. .. :

An c lCugltsb a solilito u to
a uuin's tireneut for pozltagt
wtre ton in number arid he fsSi*4
them up as follows: Firt< !^
t,,u,,y; ,,condly, plenty otf.. l
thirdly, a go;od ce; i tourthly, '.i
solicitor; tirthily, piftetds of tootoe


sixtIbly., a good eCKV n c d s.'utlh
(hl. witteiw.; lghtohly, a g .ood $yit.
uluthiy, a good 4udge; tenthly,.pbt 4tz
f moUnley. -.


book e China a4d the .* -s
C. bhintit.uwliJbh,. if1 tthe source '
were not known, might welt be mis-
taken for American humor. 2 S as L
There is a Chinese 'story which tells' .
how a very stingy man tooet a paltry v m b Louis.
sunm of money to an artist--payment is
always exacted in adt.nce-eda asked r e Johnson .GiohnvUe -
him to paint his portrait. The artist at _ o e ___:____
once compliedd with th e request, but
when the portrait was finished nothing
was visible save the back of the sit-. 8. S. M ERCHAN
te? .8 h e a d ; .. .. ". `
t e this mean?" cried the it.- Reailers and Jobbers in
ter Itignantly. : .. ....
ell," replie< tie a rtist, "' thought I
a wan ih6 paid so little as you pa1id
wouldn't care to Whow his face,".'
Qreaut N r... Grain, Garden Seed and Ferflizors,
Great natures are always generous. SOUTH IDE SQUARE GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
They are fountains not only of vitality,"OUTH SIDE SQUARE.
but of bestowal. However great the re- Highest market price paid for Chickens. Eggs and other PrAdUtce
wards they receive may be. these re- -
wardis re but a fractiCn of the worth. A Complete stock of Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Meal, Cottotn ed Mea


Uo ie service rewmereu, hiu no mail
ought to be satisfied,' whatever his po-
sition or work,. unless he can feel that
he is giving far mrre than he is re-
ceiving, that a very large part of what
he does is not returned In money, that
however successful he may be on the
practical side he must still be counted
one of the benefactors of his kind be.
cause of the generosity of his bestow.
al.--Outlook.
Peach Pita.
The statement las been made that
prussic acid was made from peach.
stones. This Is altogether a mistake,
for, although under certain conditions
a trace of the main principle of the
deadly poison can be found in peach
stones, there Is not sufficient to pro-
duce the acid without other essential
ingredients. Indeed, without the proo.
ess of fermentation there Is no evidence
at all of prussic acid in the stones.-Ex-
change.
Jast the' Place.
Irate Landlord (to couple who are
taking a lovers' walk on his property)-
Now, then, can't you read?
. Amorous Youth-Oh, yes, we can
read.
Irate Landlord-Then go to the end
of this road and read the ,jgn there.
Amorous Youth-We ha read It. It
says, "Private." n d' that Is just why
we came down here.


In the sweet By *on By.
"Professor," AInquIred the thoughtef
member of the clas." "don't you.s ip'
pose there will come a time whei' alh
the coal and all the coal oil stored away
in the earth will have become exhas*
ed? :::- .
'Certainly"' said the lastmctoir..
What will V e do thien*
"We shall be playing barp I bp."
-.Chicago Trbun.,
'tsst set.tt .Wife -Well, yf don't call a wom
an npostiolel wo ave her Ved4ltu
dires tot' a possible 'second mara' e
I'dd 110 to ow what .ot i on
emIM-*Philadolp'l ips,
All the w aWdiq' t *'.t : '.s :1 "
,esso.-RVyter is not amn author; b*e's
a botii chet .t.




'tie
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SRally Dshl Time.
'"'hii rley, dear," sal young .Mlr. To*
klu, "ls4n't it a pity that the .mutnxig
IewApapers are to mnuch behind time!
"In w hat respect?" r '", .'
"vIWhy, they nevor print to e bam of ,t
the wtuner of a horse race nt). thi e C6IW
next day, when it is too late tI t bo t

Willie'- ii. l pIt Vleavae parts o
thhuehletves n dIltferent pIaent!'e : Ai"V. ,
Ma-. No. i~H t be r'dlculow .-..".. A'*O
Wullte -Well, Mr. Jigg s'tad .e W
golMng to the Adirmuducks (th I ublta

Traniui-.4 dis all yor kit giU e4t
cu1pufxlv cold water? %I t l
Kind ady--'bt course not. o,
have as tnany. euptulhs as *u: w tY"::
Cu go News .

*SHtimgk thbo ,W0l I r (to ii


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and Rye. We liandle only the VERY BEST goods at the LOW
EST PRICES, and guarantee satisfaction always.
EST.A.1LIEIT 'D 1889.


H. F.UDUTTONI&CO.
COTTON DEPARTMENT.
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA

HIGHEST PRICE PAID" FOR SEA ISLAND COTTON
In Seed or Lint, Large or Spmalt Quantities.
Advances made. Warehouse charges free. Firm offers
made by letter or wire. Correspond-
ence solicited.



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hIe aHTiOle sign CARPENTER. :Owe:ieo: an:al aa Tme
I o.l i ltto.. Idonvestigate Receipts. "' H M Y DE N pST.



4y one of the saloons of this oitKy have ,hD ....
WIWtI; S Ifind in your daily of IX1 JU and N l o8.e Aidr


inhim the liberty o nvstigatg dute ial muiare O Cleo e lant i surfer
;i wnioh4 for boldness and unsus- atPe xtu %owA and ridire w

ot',-bf silt. I do not believe that AU 4180 00
0#60him the liberty of investigating rebe.H I iv; yi G er,' e purloaeew oCity.
tlir reieipts,i and more especialyT so iver yer* experle e in New York City.
rhen the fact is not only potent, that Dont byoe~ dli uralled. Theme rown.Bria workID B M glll n Seoaltlie&
S1is lnot only opposed to the saloons eha l tnea cwryig w Is w uch Crxeat&ont Oals n LA
salos spt Ilio thg" a I curing uut OMCM 129 IJLX &Li .BLOIMOALTlN i A
herebutthat he has on all occasions ases asyours All consultations c .r.-. I -_ _
'"For years I had backache, severe patna TR J. H. PIERSON,
'B4 his influence against them, and across kidneys and scalding uriuo. I could. Jj
or him thus to say that the saloons of n ot getout o bed without help. The use of DSNTIST
SDr. Fenner's Kidney atd Backt.icho Cure re-
is eity make a proft of $4,000 each stored ie. G. WAGONER, Kinowbvllle, Pa." South Side Square, tfineesvllhe. Fla
iani be but his own assertion without Druggists. W0.. S. Aski forCook nook--ree.
nAy proof of the verity of his asser ST VITUS'OeANC Sure Cu Circular. .okrossthe ro Smit'
to lI; but admitting that every word FI enner, i'redoni .N.Tro
Studio.
that he says is true as to ,the profits, --
et.. of the saloons of Gainesvilleo ifl J PAT'I"ON. .
where does it leave the taxpayer who CVIL ENGINEER AID SMIVEYOR
ays the pier? Does it in any way re- H E A A E I L GAwVI.. rLOItuA.
lieve him of the burden of supporting "Both iny wife anid am self have been Dealsr In reas. state. Thoroughly posted
U81n19 CASCARtZITS and they arc the be ?i wiwth every seooion of lid III AhllbUliak county.
the State and county? Does it in any- medine wo have ever had in tie louse. L t Correspondeane soloitod.
wise shift his load of taxation? It week Iwy wife wns frantio with hendaOche or --- ---------- --
twodnya., sho tried sol1e0of yourCASCARETS,, 3 DEMPSEY.
does not, and we will show that it does ali0 they'v rolotve tiio pa a in n ber hlrd Ialmost H
la.nmdiiatoly. \Fe boTth recommend CausoaretR." 'FUrNITURER! iPA llRDn
not by voting against the selling of oUAs. STTBDEFOIl),
Whisky in any way relieve him. Now, Pittsburg Sate & Deposit Co., Pittsburg, Pa. and Made New.
CADY- LOOKING GLASS RSE.:-lt.VEREDI .
according to the record, there are now CANDY OOKNG
it. operation eleven saloons in this CATHARTIC We buy or sell Furniture, or 'nn contract
operation in with you on the ooixutsltOni l b~. Pati'ontae
county. Each of these saloons pays i soulotedand Int srs tlo was. tronage
the State $500, which is $5,500. Each
pays the county $250, which is $2,750, A ALFRED S. TAALOR.
Sand When saloons are operated in in- PAI" PAINTING AND
corporated towns, each town is PAPER IIANGINU
paid $260. Gainesville, having GAINESVILLE. FI )tIDA
four saloons, receives $1,000; High Pleasnnt. palatable P otent. Te Good. o -...
I Good. Never 8lke.eh Wea of Gripe. I0. Zbo.0Bo, Agent for DECORATORS' W ALL PAPEr
kings, having three saloons, receives ... CURE CONSTIPATION. C.. MPA Nw York,
$750. All of this money comes in the st .Umy C** coer, Ne4 .. wt ______ o' _________
shape of taxation, which is paid out for 0-TO.iBABO s.? tlnInte hal 3oo. U. W'iALK.I AMUIU T. .RIIALI )H .
the expenses of the state, county and nt ..'_' _. --
city government, making a total of MEN AND WOMN. WALKER & SHAYLOR
$8,000 thuA collected for the privilege ri o U1 allfot uhfaiituril
Of calling liquors, wines, beer, etc; s rritat ur ulm ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
all of which is used for the purpose of 6Io., Pt o no triao'm Jcksonville, - Florida
aiding in meeting the load of taxation B t ANEia feuoor polwonous.
imposed upon all alike. Now, what V. ALwn, I tidr pl -l8 1-0-.ppo
doe. the voting of tho dry ticket mean l r 4 tI IAFE BELVEDERE,
from this view of the taxpayer? Does ei sl at ona i CAF O
..i ..... .. .... W M. SC HiLKXR. Proprietor.
it mean that our taxes shall be less., WM. 5C8EWJJOR Pr..prietr.
Does it mean that the sum of $8,000 TO THE PUBLIC. 182 W. Forsyth st., Jacksonville, Fla.
shall be deducted from our taxes? Opposite Postoellc.
e it meh that by so otig that We, the undersigned, hereby tgree
the peace and order of the county will to pay $1,000 to any m antufiturer o' Beat dnilng place in city. Finu
paint who can iow, by lmilar tists Wi4es, Liquors 44d.Olgarts.
be such that the county and State ai wo a sho, by Ilr t py l> ,iquao a4 Qigrs.
taxes will be reduced by this amou ?1 surfaces apeift itlyindfri n t T ,END
1iay no but it means that our taxes tre per.rcy a .i W1 ES E 1 As
will of a necessity be increased by tm .' N WINES. IQWOR OfSGAUS
this amount; and why? I saey this PsUSn T' w M! Pr eor.
liLlply thi--tlhat now with thlil ji W gutiantGl M WL .A$ej c *W Wx. n:l t:' a; r ,Tcisovlte,
0llecteod rind used in paying the. ex tZ paini to tt4bin rotl ar rot4, s.
penaes of the county, that for a longI 1)3 SAY f-1ff t Inj
elft e.4iighl, Don't

ti'lme our county fund (and of which petrili and whe aple any .i
eeovrrtakx is a part) h abeen overd raw sur fao Scording our dri ios t .


pepe there must necessarily be anL in ar sI r
Ipt i Iti P 1! :O AD N
crehese of taxation. Can our peopl .proved de
gre this increase of otapxes'? Cah freei e best. i e tin the alty. e~I Q
they afti rd to deliberately say by thir O tel l i i A iN" ad.
]reo that we will increase our taxa- O*';t __---I---
tioo :to -the 'amount of $8,000? I do We take pe i a h
not think so, for I am satisfied 0that we sqi- :a*
o i now as mudeh i sli sit d sh u 00 iio f I SAL i
lEe,'tn eng16 :mtll8s on thes*la'r. *lIii |i! i i-I L
.AndI4 again it Io oneotendle4 that
tere will be a large saving i :n Ie ~ 51A oGUA)UNIKmE
peiBes of our courts. This l'injt be
i~'jts der the lollowinag cotitlols tweel| ( saai Mas
.' is;vote the cotty d .ry a'd when io

tallir oroalsorwhen this coO'stt wnt
,:ida' d.tlledohe W to s ell i "why eto.~l 0 ilA

t'y ^i noted dry and the law is enforce -;:
.it.a.ydegree of trictne .s s ;!! fnt t
I*n thit ease the.exrpene!s of orrt co5 ,r a1 1*
whi b* no largely iorea.4d 4h4iat e rhe

of ttlesto the extent.thitlth I Iw li --.< i3llz E UI n *in' '. .'W'l*'a .W I


enflroed. StesM 4i Chops. ksnK is usep r
$*:*^^^;.ai<^:tt"'7lti!' .;."]: c, toaon ....
t c'' dontrl, L:Do awae withi the Ba.a- ^-- ..o* A a1 1^^aysit,:


sait 414 prontliuonous distribution of O
; et*e, throasughout I thie countyIs '
....i not one ent of taxes will "US
b inpy aFy derived, I wtite this
Business .proposition do, lN #:.N 3
Dthe t opaye.rs of the Sounty, sIku -'',
wlelntat they are in intelli-

West people, well abipto digest this Q 'olok Bedule to
estioias a knowing full well Q fe

o* ea sid. of Lths quetion BRMi tNHAAM, N AS
w' s 1aslvy ooeern'shem ha" EVA N$V:4IIZL (fIfA 0
Ibeapr. Kted~ to theto, a satit.' L. U ISVILLE. COIMATI

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In Connection With ATLANICNN I
a*rrN'Txva JA at ART41.l00. -

No. 40 Noa32 No.34 Btween Jaeksonville ad New Yeor k,
S p to0o a 8 a Lv. Jaotouv tllo. a. .. y............ . .. O
10b p i 0 lo t0 L .Jouv Gh, .. .............A .
1&0 a 430 IS6M I Lv. v9nabra. Cia....... G..,..*... Ar,: 04 14&JQ .
M a 1 W) Ar. C oma biot S C ... ............ .... Lv .
IS 20it 248 I Ar.Oh reonsi ),N.o ..... ......... T
135 d38 IS Ar. teOall>QM. NV C .. L.
20t6p 34 12tar Ar. )aau t .V V ...... .. ........... l
251 .... 8 a Ar. tRichaond, VA ..... So. RY1......... .v ,
4 17 p Ai0 a M a Ar. vchbb r, Va...... So Hy................. Lv. 307 p i
t010 p 7 4 3t Ar. Charlottottvile. Va.. ........... Lv. 1 48 9
9 50 )101 740 Ar. Washinrton, D. C., ................ 101 aLv.o
I .36 llS 11 900 Ar. B1 lth ...re. M P .......,.....R... Lv. 6 a 8 5
2 MI n 13I 111 1 At. Phl tielphlat, Pa .... ........... B... 1 3 1
4a.. 11i1 1 14 Ar Nr.Now ork..... ,....... . .
Nos.31 au at- The Nqutiuhern PalmLlmited," Sol ,eattbuloed trail of Pullman d as
rooiu. pon-rtulait. ,lub, toniptsote, Now Ytrk. Arrive itdatly except Mwwindays;.t IeVt dAatly 60ep 0 suntyt. ,
Not. s1 tntd t- -"Now York tltl ih'lorklu l ex1qpres"," Pullnan dratwl4 k1o9111 leltni irxl'o a
dllilltur rs betWoeel Jaevksonvlle ad N ew 'ork. Coolohes btve1on Jttitsot0v1nllo >utl Va WI1
lli ton. I )tll) .
Nots, 20t io04l 1wa .W. ilnthrtn ntd 'loridat ltmlteO." Pullinan lr -%owllff1 rt H 'dntig o*l1
between Jiu'oksotiville itid Now Yi)vIrk. Uuioehe between a&oksooviilue and WtIt1iVL.onl. llinig
?aIrs etweet'.ol tn htib t 11).i Wa ihlto ll. t Da ly . .
Nao 30 'Thmnialtihe "and orfthesky." No.IN
7 Is1) ,'7 .. ..... ...-........ ".O o lm lle. .l...." .......o.HY .y......... Ar. 2
Il2 1% I .... ... . ... .... 'J4 tvi u u l i, ,ta ... . ..... So . ....... A r. > it)
Si A(. .... ... olt l t ...... .... .. l 1 1
I ) lp i A r. . .. ...... .... .. A lll N ..... ... ... h v l N Cy ...So. y .. ,v, 4 >i
!V7 Ar. .. ......Hot Sprltr. N. C..- o..... So.I .v. l i
000 Ar .. .. ....... Knoxvlu Trann..... ,. So. tly... .. iv 0I
S\ f Ar............... ...... t ul, Oh io. .. . Q .......... *. 8 .tj t
Nots.a 2iand 30 PIollniundrat rtiAirouomtnd butffot leaping oaar between Jitkolunviietvi tnti
dlnnoltlatt
No i.t .l D n twieen 5 Jacko l oianti t1he North andi West No. No.
110 a i 7 4i p lv. Jetak1oJvitit .. i.... .*o '"y. .................... Ar II 1 s( I
lsl0 al 10 4 Lv. JM P, t ........... ...... ................ . A... f. 110 A20s
S3 lt9 a Ar. Mtaucon. .. ... ..... . 4
0 20 7N Al A lton nta, ...... ..... ........ .... ,V t
10 6 74 Ar. Ro e. (it... .... .... ...... .......... .... ...... v,. 2a
79 78 0 Ar. UiitoniUntl .......... . ....... ..... ...... ... Lv,
1306 aI P p r. Ch11wnooiYobTr... .. ,. our.............. ....... Ar. 710 a 01I
0 it 710 Ar, A e.hloago.IIM, l r.......... ............ ...... . Lv, 01

0 tO a O p Lv. in, olinot, 0 Ohio... ..e.. nn. P i our ....... ........ .. A. A 4 00
N l0l p 7 9 at Ar. Cllloago..... .......Pe nl. Lines.............. ... v, 000 a
8> a 8946 p Lv. COtnolunatt, (.hio. . & ). -Moton ............Ar. 7 0 .i p
S it 7 3 t Ar. Chlo o, ......n .I . ...Lv., so00 Pi
80 a 4t85 p ILv inaItt.Ohio. .0 A M (let....... Ar. 361t a 7 46 p
030 111 10 a Ar. Tohlo. Ohio ..... ..,,. .....2v 1 p $
4 i20 7 30 Ar. Detroit, M ioh .. ...... .. ... v. 1000 Ii
S a 8( p Lv. ChietOltli, Ohio ..Pln. Line ............. ..Ar. 0 i 6
b 44) P 6 a i Ar. itttsburw. ......... ....... ....... ..... Lv. 816 p Is 00 at
$30 ati p LV. C olnntlOh. o... lhr F.n. .. to .. Four ............. Ar. I. 0 so a Tl. p
SX)0 p 046 a A r. CUvlevland,.Ohio ......... .....................v, 19a0 p 1%
7 31 a 30 t L. v. L.exlinton. n .. v o. H .... ............ ......... Ar. 10 46 s-10. p
103 8 I 1s Ar. Loulivile. K y .. .. .... ...... ......... ...... ... .. t
7 111 a Ar. t. .oulf,. Mo ............... . Lv. 4 tis
0 p Lv. Lexington, Ky .. .. ........... ......... Ar, 10 48 a .......
. s Lv, A ivlle Ky . ...... ........ ......... L 740 ..
7110,. a Ar, (oaNro llt., ,.. C. 4 .. ....
Nos*. A ant-~'('hlotuxo d Florkida tmelalt." Solid vest.ibulet Irtin b*tIwe*n J Ad vt"t0
and Cinoinnati, Arrlvotsatllv except Motndys. tVlvoe dittly oxoePost muwdTl. 'iroisI ii
drawing room sleeping oawiw to ChImigto via ltlr tour: 10 Ohflvelsi1d VIII llt tloi to itlbar:
via PlonniNvlvtiknta Illta. I.brftry otmerv'tlon oar to I4ulptyvile. P 'rat-olm torutl!i(ltr00"tift
to 0hattuionga. Dining car to 0i>hinotli Also Tu'utity. 'Lh'rsfliv vand $atu roAy" %t4hduig
Piinman sleecrln ear to eatroi*
Nos. 13 alnd 4. "The llorldt itMbltod." Solid veNtithule train. Pullinain PrawlngR rooi
la carst, irst-olams thoroughtlife t ooiles stand tin r tng tar ittr howeellin Jtilsitnvile *4l n O .ta
not, '1irtlnuih Ptlln1ati (rwttwitlr roonllt kiloPint ilarl to (hltagoV v(ia(1, <. 1, AI .M4onon llouteoi

_ o, i s JttWoI)i Jacttklnutille and Kainfsa City | No. .
2h it 7.41- ) Lv .Jeot4ilc.Ut 1... ..... y ....... ................ Ar. 8 a .1
Soa 1 r. Malon,O Ut ....... ... ....... ..... .. . 8 i. ) 8 t t.p
64iK) AV t Ar.'Atlaitta lt .. ... ... ... Lv. I 41045 t) 411 4 -
In ia H ) Ar, A iNtion. Ala... . ...... .... .. v. t, 1) 01)
#4 1144 A r. 8litkni. Alu (Lv. 4Io 11'
4 Hoa pI Ar M o]l i its, To In r. l'l ,i> .. ... . v It .. .
a4...... a Ar. l(.ns i. y, M h. ... Mo. Iv e t p ...
...... I v.A f ti . ., .. .. A r
NoW. 13it i)4t i,! '1"To hloritl< Ltntelld;" i'Putllntan drwinit room hlli ltllnii ll oiar lti.wo
Jalitk nv|litte v ill KatiIsw tylr , D nin Ir UlV 11Y.
)ilniiig )4. P, c(I' I)N MO'si A!t., 108 W. Way -t., .hiwk

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ilD|ew^|'OfIs 1 AID ~PULKo SCHOOL
"" h.ND' Op: <':r,,iss the.raw
4andHMiss., 3 1* hwAKriwa: f th
brjef bmsinss tzip to RocbiMMe yci$.,r- In thus.e1 t rts+ed I bi t.: .. a kes,
L- .. A . i rerx f "ra d er y of h
D G. r a .. t .er..,n. of A tot, r e., ,.1- 1. t. Sow r*i at D i school 14 ite d tSe
-a by Our aeputm; e w s V15stjo5 fr3:4 se s of the fsc gry dwd c as om e
Y M Ohris e "ipc 1* .his city a ii~e ta.,c sat for ra!- sNew L it WalCa Whit. Om.=
l AlA AND SOCIM. ITEMS Sam BarV fIormerIy of this eitybaut j)0 reasn &OB, 'Amdents e beena al- 15. 2i a., u, :.: ,
,, of (.s'a,- is in the city, the gueat. PCap., 1. .Bridges, State r .eruit- bownd to enter grades for uwheie ;hey
* t as|appeemedai Whatis Going C of PhiMa hipHArthur. .ngc c.svetofeer. was in theaty eor mJ w tc leieitly prepared Cos- NeW Shirt Waist LUne:s
w'tapeu TeTd.fI Short Prr .1. Gi. Rcee. formerly of thisettj hoin yesienlay. e wa cn ruote setemenly7 eEforts hate bes rnmde to0 As
irs May Read, e Embroidered Front
A*^ f^ *e aX* Oietisa ea tamfer o the Ste thattend a a c t for Wais ts
t hL .Saeosonr of Ocala is atts i iuga . .. asr y bared zard ao on the re-
T.. Wa .e.... .e. ..A n... cn-ne- nt nexeu.eaos o1. tioanfxe i i btectsh ret am t1a cNembety LLin .. .s S
. W. WelleptA aiias was la tow - ... Ah-+'a: 2. .... Fictr.s Se mia r w th c ity f" *or t he psaT ew sa- .M Sot e ymp reiteumdeh t, i w ftne.l i in o ri yi 'or


ay All non-daSiAaried o2es a yore e wi se e i Warranted Fast .
cntt r ..a. ae att b* Cap, da. ex- Xthisdefciency during the ranlion, or 8 '4
BtrkAma XW ^ tEl-ze ba Tstpeet. to be 3et about two 3tekeL they wii be required to do iti e Linen Waist Pattes.
ST ,he, eursion to JaeuniEe oer same grades w.ich they attend last .
. ftgt 5wa .. ai in... L. R. Lynt. formedry o the e 4 ir Lie '-a 0th, w ll year. Tha way seems to soe a li-ue NoveltiS in Neclt ar
g A- J.C3e departed yes:er' Sprigs ad Mi kbe ille, but n.w ,-- be thefiu.t of the season. l and a great ard, but the good of the 9iild anr d the
Se adiea C4 tofHg TSprgs, o se ryest er d at the B jown aay wl as d t advastage of good of the school are the only objects Special Values in 5 and
~k, budie Cd of iHighSpeBgs se key. teprt itytorisittheWmetropolie in view. An entrance examinatios lOc Goods.
isat I.e BrowS Hoime rtAesAerdm Misse Pearl and lHael Piic f I lo e of $w for the round will be required of every mdet who
. 3. Crown, Jr. of Koecy Point, (ity and Mi- Eoise Price of Miea- trip Tieket will be good return ing has not been promoted. The questions
s .% the toes to0 this city sopy are visiig Mies Myrtle and nti June 2, inelusire. 4t tf-thesie examinations have already .. .... ,. -.
er-a Al-no-e ......' i_. ; j. M. Wfoodwa!rd, the leveto r aget of be pared and more method than
oot asee d-z r t3 a- l ..h Riat May ohem an accoApliohed te Asmoor Car Lines, wiho is now weri before has been exercised in their MRSN Ri WILSON
iE -r 1w A C.eghy, utitooteg lady of wigh Springs. j akig he oeala mr Ws aodfielBcthe o wair preparation.
amainc. those who honored the o oSay in the "ity yesterday. He states that For the benet of those wbo were
L M a t opera tor capita with a vir yestday. the cantaloupe crop in Marion county inot promoted and wish to be, and also
O Ciek, a.s a to-e w 3' Mott of Lake City is in town is rapidly mateurig, ao the um for the benefit of those who have bewn

. LJye of Mieaopy w asite proes of tempering steel, which he gin at once. It is understood that t.o their classes next year, Miss Shannon T I
0 ye.eay He wes en roate fo, says as tbe fit eer hinted carloads of cantaloupes left Oxford by Ihas decided to open a private school on V lS
Spri. wre .e a.s been on s Liteda the s occeful rep.i rerigeration lat night. June fth, provided -he can seUre a
'epen tat ire of t ig cwan cdy bouse of A Lfttte Early er ', nui4ii sfs. 5 Ellis of MeTW a U| &uit i Turner, Jsonville. W Now andthen as bedt will core the ndeiss bShsanoni UTNDERTAK INT T 0
.rsied of Wi"ndasr ww asisoo8 working thetrade in th 1ity yer- conxipaiotn, bitioun- a*n t tivr or tep e met those wor -K I
I. r tered the Bolwo day. cy troubhe. eWit's little Early ot te wh
i3.0. Rny. J C Rhode., the clever represent.- tigers are the famnois little pills that ofd te facly o the au eat F(1u lille Of FINE CA S-
ey 2.. Pcare of Ala0tta. one of tire of R L. Hughei A Co., eider and cwre by arousing .the adretbrtLns mod wih hebi e or then s o posibi e KtET COFFIN ,
a edinr geha of M that town, vinegar, LoteiMlte, Ky., ha returned ing the bowels ently, y de~td l fhatwo theirm be ber tiso Snonbie ES ec. All fn ,
s yat..d-e ay lA eiate tfrom tag tfetftul trip toga ooth iaSft with other teachers and promote pho] A At
is iytday- FtoaWdat. tha- e cagse of the trouble is dent. at the end of four, six or eight a SUpp.... up date.
Pro.t Fred A of Jaekaorille. The Seaboard Air Line will ran a moved entirely, and if their use is on- weeks. he has auTthrity, on her eare and carriages
muting Loddet & Bates' Sot- excursion to JlaekonWtle on May 30th, tud rri bo f me d rtiyst er oPieote ltldenbe to the fnoewe when dtred
Music Hous, was in the city on and the round trip rate from Gaine- nofo e opl i and t ringIt. h atie to t ne w n CeSe
fly.. .0 thTeLe rored e Air LMeynttltui ge r adeso-Alte, adh ha thooney to elTilc


: ex yesterday.
J at"ieJ. A. Chaiblin of Archer,
e- of thMe ot competent officers in
con*ty, wam aong tho"e who paid
S tih eoantyeapitai a viait yesterday.
When es want a pleasant physei
; ty C imbrlal'is Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They are to take and
: _plasauit in effect. For sale by allt
dqgisti ad medicine dders.
Ra. eamber the grate exeursior over
the 8alboard Air Line to Jscksonville,
May l 0 The round trip will be only
$' i't d tiets twill be good tntil
J'e''' 2 Ticket, good on any train. 4
': HN Mclamwroaeh and ister, Mi"
Alice,. arrived in: the eity yesterday
trom Ampory. Miss. Miss Aliee has
been sojorarning in that city four the.
paty few weeks. where she was the
I a sget. of relatives. Mr, McClamroch
merely went to Amory to accompany
the young lady .home.


ville will be $LSJ. Tickets good re-
turming to June 2, inclusive. 4t
Single yoaug men will find the
oziest furnished ruons at the
Brown House Annex, 73 censt per
week to$2. Also several rooms for
light btooseeeping. Apply Brown
The Ladle**' Missionary Society ,Of
the Prembyterian church will hold it*
regular monthly meeting at the church
Wednesday evening at 4 o'cloek. Her.-
alds will please report. All ladleo are
cordially invited. 2td .
Or. E. H. Pound departed yesterday
for Seabreeze, where he will stand the
exatmivation before the State Board
of Ielstal Etatiners. The State Dental
Society will ConIUenu in regular annual
session at Seabreeze today.
3J. W. O'Leary of Savannah, a res-
tsauraut man qf fine experience, has
iace pted a position as manager: o the


HELD AN INTERESTING MEETING
Twentieth Century Club Suspend for
Summer Months.
The Twentieth Century 01*b held
its regular fortalghtly meeting at the
residence of M.s 0. A. Cpo ooh n
Monday aifteron at 4 o'elok o. A
goodly tnuunbprr$'ilMhewarepwno
and rea th sJ.I r ll with ap

*sAfter 4e4ua w1thg thu reiujam r
the Iub. le. : "ntt *Ie p iop* w:
take ,p- Thits.5 ics*i of trio4
very interest paper treating on ua
many snbytseeat lassaenstaZ qoJo, a


viola *4iga.
recitation. i
the part aspij
betoken the
uceais old li


"wo, Henry S. Chubb departed Mon, ,Continental restaurant. He will no This mip
dy for Winter Park. where he went to doubt make many friends among the easing andm a
attend the nco.mmneneerm exereiesM of patrona of tahi popular ta0ort. wCork, and t
Rollin> Colgle M. Hle is a member of J. A. Baenisr, formerly of this oity their o rk th
the boarl of trustees of this instita. bat who is now conducting a barber after their su
tion, and Iaturally mWnifet a great ahop in JfTakaoeiille, is with his t(am newed enmer
deal of pride in the .ciiool, uWhieh is ly here for a few days. Beiis not on ly O :r
one of the fines in the South. a-ra seiuatrber, but good musician e.Fak
Dr. 3, 1. Tench. pedMent of 01he ellUas Is h* as a memOer of rr ja
Florida State oInatal Soeiety, deprtetd Sehtl mOr i ow one of t s fel er w
Monday for Seebreese., where the .- tauselal a*ggregatons is the Sooth* ^otre enat by
eiety wil conve, in annatil sein to- ts frids were glad to see im. ope taki
day Or J Ht Aldmerman lso epet .s Co;S. :ob.. aXvis and E, 0. F 1 F4'
to make hiW departure today. Is S.achx returned yesterday fr..i t.woI b
one of the mwst .prominent 'ebet ksa rkei wliere they have been o.n Prow are. 1I
nott only of the tociekly, but. of the 'pro- f tonal baoilnes before HW* mor l
feesion, in the State. Jul Sge ,'itl ,. They. state. that the li t 150
M. L. Mlore. a nmettwr of the iival. udge is comfortably stated Ti slti
stori*- ftrn of Mf L. MoorAe A O', +,x n.ew quarteto Is the court house of t. atohno
ten-l.. naaval stores operators of Oll Biradford outyand that he appears - B
chell, was as itor to this eity xer s vry glad at a opportunity to ameit Ao* %ak h
t~sery. T'r. weather hailing at ht lt membeba, of the bar regardless of e to w
t@*tntv *ravot~ e, thin naval tore. w e work- it .aupses upon him exit to vay.
butsinass h.% agi. ai.ssatd a sattan- J. R. Wells of Archer, the etBelent ,Opr tired h
Sal basia s;,,.2ld ta a o*ns*qh ra ) bookkeeper for C. W. Banuknih sitg to say a
Moore iis haptly pent Sunday In tbt eity with hbi ftm. apple
J. t Mc.onald .of Prairie Creek was $fly e reports that the e tpe in- the ay. That is
a vi~stor to thc city yetLrday., le is'i tniy of Archer are growing nitely
* member .of the Keylely-Me.DLoal0l wit ao~ti prmspeeti for a ine harvest. Tat
Lumber Colmpny, and t*aIed that it !ila new plaint of the staly tartd .hW s s py marn and aitbooh
aw,,ye~wlrday. There has ben con-the a- a es oanpsmrtivly tasL ' i
tiderable 4lA iY tWhk staritiUg of this the yi proportionately will b good That
mill but no troubt anticipate, in 'and bide fair to be prol tabls ,
futu, .as the mInehtinry was phlaqi ian Br.yn, the restanurant mrtan _
abi lutlart-tlasoiiditiobefore be.- hias lac antected with the ConSti wilitmtap
i ng plaN4d in iopers tion neutal up oa afew days ao, has"at Ali
iMr. Jeph ,otinvi of Stwater the room hi the Williams bloc, opl. t *
)Unn, fetser having spet over $itK 5ite the Brotn ltusew and wall opsa a as. he
with Oe best doetaor for toumah tirt-la s **tstrant. CLrpatetu oba
roa tb,'wi.tolit relieff, was advised by w ebusy yrpteiy atwring saditd; a*a .i3lso e
fhi druggist., .Sr Alet Richard. to 'q~ving the pl1,q ud Mi, Bryates
Rio a ving the ,le,,nd Mt, Bryau e!
tr a x of Ihutabrlaia' Sto amrh.
Lt ver T1let,. HRe did so, ad is a Y, ts to tpeI. for business oa, Satr- a
. mKian tod ay If tabled with i. dt.y e will uitdoubt enjoy a'ets. ll-.'im
d io, bat tast i the mouth, fual ituess, ah thoroghahly under. Mahtlty
t k .-aetI eor 0 ttion give stands the W' .. ., "' + t
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panmote to any xrade with the co ient __
of the prioipal or she teacher of the
rad from wh the stoden s to be Personal attention to

moiho wirh to tail themselves all business in this line.
Sthi opporA* n Wi dowilldowel to cal Orders by mail or tele
tworad sea midto'Mim Shannon
.dr a to i graph promtly attend-
am c or he bmay ma.e other ar-
w edtO.
SIONMQWMS SALVE DID IT. -

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lk l eitio. ii-rfom a d a wr5 e a ,flt SENATOR M'CREARY'S VIEWS.

ap.e in & asanuer ithat 'foot fm wb I .. e sffered re M o cicec.-
le^ otw the floos to t dur g d t hisa Wil Noto facrease City's Expenso.
tlari uie ^ elu i < t"W l h
ag elo"ed a vary aISe-. b 4 M acurc Your MS .a bt takes thi te na.
e ie term of ihe clhb gisas wiuie. .I oWf sknwledging the rece ipt of a p.-
S.est.e.m will .a ba r s ting him toelminate tr
,M; tkfethit dwi, the.Mur sm new city- carter the ine -::;.
e llnWO1y _f w s ilafcity reouder, who
ypWW eS, 'wita the ace of the mayor a .nse
y h-ad Rwe is confident qe

S... "e ae .... .

WO_____ mayor now s teeimes each e -
r". ;.\-* d e wil inito th. city' reasory, sa""
waftorth" pay the alarr of the e I"
.loaie t t5 Ama h plete4 eoder. If th new charter ispat


AbaAe"s aid 6sys Vast a. expns tion) the interests of a tea
Sol:eW Nol th *-ast- horoughty proth.te o
i meat ws Meteisy the te, ttu. z siltxp aise inchreed by "he meI
alk awy with the Oa lSeveral e tsegls bille0m4" in wality. The et of mayor. t!
...the di"ng room. Al w desi~i e t 'i i Senatorsw opio ,.' OshbUhe p
at ,an bay ha.*e i*se imd tie qqu d to ho roeary'aet .. .s" o4l4 be
Sthat-on his f, pss heir ckets is rdier that the oefed o-ftke aidOes lawrsi
lI1 p uit tr Live Oak to. ner of seats~ mlay provided. upon ahin in the ai of i

ial4ts foe bthe .a t O arka, a W. S Broome. %hose who are "aily awaiaediw&
0% ighe. Tprla."perp. toate him.
S^ "SiS. .lii+,it m,1^':'-.^+ -iTe Wases onf, the Biod,

l.,kAi *She liver, boswet mad k o ameys beaeand bmes a mann or areie.
nt -h slngghh san inaetlvesh. dagess1on pounds ofv.wqrnwat desige.
aud will wt e no appetite, no This waste eannoo be wepWnised
*o eas anaittea r sanytiag, a-nd a feeth*g he bealkh aridstrengthkept up e
$ t .o-u,,aat id mind ~ out perfect dig ati -w the
O~lgp. Thqa tisasbie t., that dur- Atdnach and digative organs tail 'h
Si.MtU ando then's u an esumoa perform their tfunlmeadehte te ReatS
gate the e Rstif teS ::t i*-mst* e ler tea down. health gives way, iad tle.-

Wa riu l ~ of weakness. -, to digt aed am1 thaaB ": tl
Nity the kh~I1of bond tt mabeo.. atliS
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SNO.8 A VLDA DA A 27, 1903


i&if tR8 AI tiONAQQUITTERM FAMINE S LKS I" "MRS.. EDFOR ""
^#I OMacon W6'an w'harged With Murder Charge with Making Fale Declara.

bTtN V VLLAGES a.. T: a.' e actu IN London,T May l.--Mr s Q unnl-g .
.of ..s .. ar.f 0 the death of Rig4 fod who was atrrcited at Qun -I
by^ tut1 tt has berten the topiC 'at offinf 0wn, M~y u, on the arrival there
Nob,^ Zs D~emolished of t^ ad & e f H1ear i, li~ Dita11 0trots 0w York of the 4toaxnor Um-
'd the vedlct, haes iprqYe Mstlsfactoy. feri and .... brta, charged with making a falsp dee.
y OI.t.... It Is csliod by pa. t yai.es ia -poiton aratio of a ch ld's birth, wa brought
L DOZrEN "INJURED io p roa ttt the juro rs cB not mwaks .. p on flemand at the Bow ltL polled
he.R verd-ctEutl 10 o'clock .d that P STARVIN. N SaORE"& court hervtoday and pleaded guilty.
Is*l a As Vial.td, at one time'.It looked barely possible, S-he- o o admitted that the abild wwal not
rled o Vited, thr would be stained. lt Computed, that 3 People her own and sld he. had adopted It.
Ing W okd and Eight Poo- It I asserted that the jury hi4 a Have Sold Th;erelve* .r Employ- Mrs Bedford was fined $50.
ed and Many Dwellings Ob- ote Imnpedlately after reaching the s ment In"thtt Stralt" -t-emeritsi. Mrs, Bedford, whet. she appeared in
doom and that eight members stood W n, the dock W*A pale and agitated., A
Sfor acquittal, three for Juatiflable hoim War Preparations in ipan. formidable array of co)unsol app I d
Neb. Miy -,-A tornado tid and.one or murder., Somtime Victortia B. C., May f-rThe steam for both aides. Th prosecution
I th of Norman, a elapsed .before the secoa ballot, which. r Indravellm brought ne fitm the showed that Mrs. bledford tame to
9 b*eeh early today, de- was ten for acquittal, one for 'mUarder Oritat last night of co~ tud' war Egid froin Paris l Decner'aud
15 ulllnigs, killing three and one for homicide. Nothing Ite preparatlaos. Japanes icor1respon.t s8he had advertised as "Madame
nd ijtrig' a dozen others., was done by thl members of the jury dents at fPekl" t ll of l gunta ar- B" desirous of adoptlt th a t'e le
are: until shortly after 9 o'clock, when the having over tAe Trana-S-ib u railway chtlMat" with the osu.lt thlat hr illh-
rl B .acon. third ballot showed eleven for ao for Neu Ohwang. The wI feeling ln glutamate h by of a workteg gtrl in
l quittal and one for convlctlon. Japan continues ndw aaO Islorh was transferred tp Mrs,
The last vote taken at the clock wa are still going on Bedford's keeping, undr the nie of
y .nu.red. tiking 10 brought the twelve ieion Heart-rending detalla suffering 1Margaret Carnette. Mra.* Bedford reg-
U verh, hip broken, to one opinion, and the foreman wrote an death of families as. r(ult of ltereTd the child as her own andi tool
oNorman, which Is a town of the verdict giving MiKs. CarAon her ,lie h famine in Kwa.g B ero given It to Paris a nd thnce to Amerlca.
t. b lnaibltanta, situated on and liberty once morfe. Noth'nag Ilike n Hong Ko ang ptelrm re ed-by the Counsel for those prosecution added
caleithe "high Line' of the a oritleism of th w1k "by. tho Jury IndmCvell. Mr. Htlreastai walonary at that as the above fact. had beI n es.
o 1 llway, the path of the .ha been beart ltve e n eo nVer- Wu Chow C h ha been itnvestUgat- ta'blished and the chiV,,i eold no long-
on teat t Pauline, a little- t with the cr ors a r lethat the f l.g on behalf of the ZHnE Kong char- er be claimd as. the hlelroas of the
on the. Presser branch of the jurors had better .Lge of. the say, d that owing to three ut,- edford estate, they w-o not doslroiti
Pacifc tatlway. F ro'm Paul. real facts an4 4had ,A' aifllart s- -eo ive falluroe of crope eorplo are tf severe iesures and aslwh l the maog
Oeeeded in a southeasterly dl- qti..ataance with t t o not starving and dying by h ods. Durttrat to dal with the casoas a
,flnially losing its force south 'on the jury andf cneinse n'qtll were in rh and April, It i computed technical offense and not send It to the
aield. The entire town of better position to judge. th 80 000 people were .o menaaell. higher courts, where a penalty of aeV-
d, which had about 85 houses, The conduct of the cae.e both for the lag themselves for employ t in the on years' imprisonment could have
.ted wrecked and it Is said thlit st[fe and for the defense has been ettlement a omen een inflicted. After consultation
rawns were killed- and others frequently oomplimented. shidren beint .old ltbe on andn th th un M Bedfotr admlttti
re l b.r t f, d to ur .t acifeen ic _8UI_ TuB._ e. tidren being'sold .into W1Wry on the w ith counsel, M rs. Dedforpi adm itted
The Mtsourt Paciflc s her ult and the magistrate inflicted
relief tian to the scene, SUICIDED IN BATH TUBt. Story after ator a tress was the heaviest line the law allowed.
~ld retoito many fatn house .-tor, y the mlastor le told Of Mrs. Bedford applied for her proper.
'd In Clay, Adams and) KIoarney Man Awalting Trial For Murder Takes m ilhed b ay ie di a the aLet of l, held hbyt e pollee and everything
a and eithit persons are report- His Life In Jail. a Whe ood t fft to s turnd ve to heexcept a load.
in t Mistrict near aLtrfield. Middletown, N. Y., May 26l.-aurles stm Oople redoio akeletona ed revolved. This she excitedly do.-
|are do a ny reactions Adamsi wait4n trtal ..n the Goshen beta g abandoned; jo oii sellto s handed, sayhla:
stalls are ineager. 1 tor the attempted murder of i daughters into liveo me for a "Certainly, K want it. I have at.
t oawife lat. January, ha committed t- mtebottle of r ice. o ways eared one every sineo ny hii*
Tornado trikeo Rolfe, Iowa. elde 'by drowning himself in a both b .tl ,f .ri ,'c e and oytelf were attacked."
IMoine$ Aay .26,FAA tor tdo ,MYb(U8 H TI AFFAIR. Te lt wy6riz quIlted her, but Mrs,
k'thetowot fAoIU, 70., miles west He left- ve Wal et- ri -ito r att .. Bedford sal. ""
e late 'yesterday, killing -ong and friends stating that he had 00' Ardeley, N Y., Authoritles Investigatt 4t doelin't mWtte'-Pl get another."
a laundryman, fatally injuring a termined to destroy hittielfbecaluse e a Pu Matter Mrs, Bedfi&d rfta t the baby IN
.~n .wrecking the state bank felt sure that he would be convicted. I tn a P uli Mat6.There tr adoted daughter,
ing, Crayon's general store, the Het was to have been placed on trialown, . Y MAy 26.-hre adopted' daughter.
de .Main and one other building, today. He also left a letter for his was a msterlo affair involving the ARMY OF WORKMEN IDL.
l yesidencet were damaged. wife, imploring her forgiveness. Adame probable 'mortal shooting of a man
s hot his wife and thon attempted to near the Areley club at Ardaley last Trade Paralyssl In New York Reaches
ANCHURIANEVACUATION. !kill himself In a fit of jealous fury on night. Their wounded man Is In tle ,Alarmina Proportions.
----Jan. 9. la wife wa paralyzed t Dobbs Ferry hospital In a precarious N w York, My 26.-Th
sing Vielence on Party of Diu. the result of her wounds and will condition. A girl ia being held pend- O'dler men in New York eity, not-
orderly Tribes. probably not live long. lsg the Investigation of the authorities. withstanding the fact that every linto
Petersburg, May 26.-The eracu. Hale, ouperintondent of ria of busi es la booming il tleo city.
of southern Manchuria led to a DOG'S BITE FATAL. club. was. statndTbg at the railroad Theos men but for strike .t, lockouts
y of ever-increasing Insolonce on D -s- Btation between 9 and 10 o'clock whe and dissentlone among rivil labor
art of the disorderly tribes whose Girl Who Twice, Attempted Suicide he heard shot fired u the road and ualon; would be earning a total of
ra are rapidly augmenting, saya Di Horrible Death. not far from the 'club house. While $t40,000 a day, or $3,960,000 ft week.
divoetock r 1spateh to the No- Asheville, N. C., May 2.-one tood wondering what had taken Not only to every penpy of thirls tu-'
VremyaC The correspondent May J.nes, the 15-year-old daughter place a girl came runol-ng out of the pondoutAs sum lot to them, but indun-
of Mr. and Mrs. If. C. Jones, died here darkness from the direction of the shot tries .nd ftrini representing a 'total
tny Chinese and MaAnchurials In Saturday Bdg of hydrophobia. Atn ad tried to board a train as it start, .apitalia.tion of $650,000,000, ;Ire at a
province of Mou ai d Knd r eventful Ui *au ends w th an awful ed to move away. M, Hale restrain- wandtilsW with .con'Mequont logs of
I terror of their fre and prop- death. 'ed her. proflt
.Unemployed Ohnese laborers Severa mauthe ago' papers north The girl'. story, which is -partially The fitrde paralysis bre ha reached
pS0gregating along the ta tern an south eoorded thip young weo' corroborated, is that she went to meet a. tage more extentlve than any here.*
Sr ailway. Atout 60,000 Oilnese man's mysterious disappearanc-. from John Hefferman. Hefferrjit met her at tofor ktiown even during porlods of
lathered St KWtrbn, s ne 50,000 home and a well-known theatrical the Ardsley ptatlon and they started preat Industrial depression, i
scattered alongth. southern and agent was arrested a a charge of to make.a .call in Ard!ley. They .Mot of the workmen are dlle, not
kern section of the Mianeburlaa 1 botng rheponelble therefore. changed their minds, and went and forI any tet of 'their Indlvidual untlin
and large number are influxing When the story w Iu'bltshed and tat on a stone all near the rallroal but for the acts of other unions ofr
outth Manchuria, she recived parental correction, the -tracks. Whtle they were seated there, becatiise of the recent (dcelion of thi
ferfing to the Ruselem timber wayward girl twice attempted to com. the girl say', a stranger came up. employers to ktand togethalr and fight
esin on the Yalu rIver, the disa. mit suicide. suddenly and, speaking to Ilefferman, the demand of one union by throwing
hsayu: Many presumed when the report ad: 'Throw up your hands." the workmen of many. unions into idlew
Russian company with a capital concerning her death was announced What fory wh& H(ot, offerwan. t .
1,500,000 has been formed to ex- that be had at last taken her own The reply wae a shot, followed _______
the concession and several thou- life, but physleiams unite 1in saying quickly. by a second one. One bullet 80.ep Walker Il injured.
workmen already have been en-, that death resulted from a mad dog's took effect in jieffetrman's breast, and (Oltmblta, 8. C., May 2;., -Oronsn
I in Manmchuria and sent to Cuba. bite, which she received about six 1 t.he other lit his stomach. The girl just outside the house awoke the faim
&aworkmen are being dispatched weeks ago. toes on to say. that she, frightened, ily of W Mcall, at Plekens, Pick-
er 'it great number. The staff The girl repeatedly laped into con 'a n to aat stathoe without knowing en oeity, at Mhnight l''n upon in-o
Scqpmpany is mostly composedof vulslo"a. really wht she did. She says the vostJgatlon the unhrnneloiu body of
r of the Chineae Eastern aidl.* ----"--"- man who shot fHeffermnan ran up the Oraig. Maiitnl, a ,olleie student andi
SThe company will maintain it THREE SHOT N T eT A L.tlroad tracks. nephew of Mr. M."eall, who was ujiend.
. .- THREE SHOT IN 5TrEE BRAWL. One man, a guest-or member of the. ,it the 'night with him, was fow 4
..e.rs.. :-__ "" - .... _,."lub, wbose name Ii refused at the tytlng on the grmoiri mindter a wlnd

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AGPONIAN REBELS LAIN. intoxicated italian. Have Livbly FPug tc ub, saserted there was some sort of 'EJiat iftflltedt4 witoh f Msn&mbulistlc
--- lade at Freedom, P. a str ggle between the men before the tendencies, young MauS l walk Out
e and Fifty Klled. in At. rdom, Pa. May .-In of a second tory wfdow wthti a fiu p
-tacl by Trks.*,* affray on the street last ev1ength-00 to a shod&- tota l t4 H t
.'May 2-"boat 1,0 1Mace- men were shot, oe fatal. The Turbulent street Riots. .t groundd, a 4diac of 20 teet, ent
wr t.Wrget, were Itlled at the e: fiL.tech. May 26.-A turbulent mob t ijg sion. itijurfos.
of t. erdcea south obtIe La-ie Ldn Oranmo. osot .Wbove the ~ otd in the Stret here loht nigt' ...........
t, May 21. amco rm ~.'t a" dis.- through .be right shoulder and tui ein, '#own with the ?lA!" and Leaguers to Meet In Jackisn.
to the CNee F'req Prei.efri lft j; aniirot oover cberiptS for Oroata., A crWj fin JAck'son Miel., May Z Ij-.-The-1
SThe insurgents, Weh- i b ad 1 4 y traA, shot :an th right et? ofth Gr i n club sMnst the ian w ^rt le Jap conventioA 6f the "WI
'oquanttI of dynaie, u Ago Ttr6. tthm and h ooted the baon. er tittppi c nree of the Ithodiet
f~~f e a'l the v,.llage idwe .'r "2 i'" :' ""s were "red. The rio"" alo .burth will hold its hots..al Ih."tltt
Jn'1otoop. The t'b, aen, all Italas. Wef ~.Dteoa,. ed Prinet von Auslterpe'rge's pal' I't Jhskeon trOm June ii. to 18;., Il'
Aw' -or 40 o~tta ti- e (M.~ ..rtte : t ce.,, r and gOndarmAsi f Wai. agAte. will .e selectea by the various
b tb5 E Y ise were ed fma4 tIr,. There a route te iote s .-'lo.es I-aji'te 'In th o onference next;
maS l y l. l ,. ted-' Apes Prefesetr Touring Q we i* eii,4ected that fr om 1
aIedn CardSiS*ng Maein ,. - ro of iloKr of thte itro ,'tleril ra.ngom a *,0 betag 1 A' Mof
frsbo OTastbnti5oi, Way tarlotteo N. C. May S -W* su f se at Ioklo, laa arive a lltOrtata1e4W*eth o e
:7M sIttgd a eam. K a. #* snl
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AUTO RACE RESULTS

IN TRAIL OF DEATH

Paris-Madrid Contest Is In-
tordiatod.
PROFOUND SENSATION CAUSEC,
Owing to Numerous Accidents and
Deaths Resulting From the Great
Automobile Pacoe It Has Been De-
clareto 'ff In French Territory,
Paris, May 2 ,--Th e trall of death
and disaster following the start Sun-
day morning from Veratllies of the
Paris-Mad rd autotobil r'ace ha6
caused a profound sensation. Re-
ports from along the rotate of the lr at
stagee to Bordeaux continue to give
details of the various accidents, and
thee are. causing far greater attention
(Eran the race. which hias .cmetUoall
bjin aibanlonted owing to the nlteIidlg
tion of the goverutmait to its, being
continued In Fretich territory.
The correspondent of the As8oclatoe
P'ess has -beem privately lntornled
from a trustworthy source that Messra.
narrow and Marcel-Renault Are loth
dead and the lPrncv and Libre Pa-
role announce the (loath of -Marcel-
RIenault from his injurlOe; ,but the to'e
ports have not been confirmed.
On the other hand, a dispatch from
Poitiers forwarded at ,6:40 this morn-
ing, said Marcel tonault's condltfon
was then grave but not desperate;
The doctors there expected to ampu-
tate Barrow's leg at the thigh during
the day.
Among the accldonts not reported
yesterday was that of George Richard,
whose machine was overturned. IftMot
ard had several ribs brokeA.
At Bordeaux the news of the 4Up.
*essalon of the rackcanusedvdlsappoantW
ment among the racers, although the
nation of the, governtnofnt was foresee
on account .of the accidents.
Public opinion outaldo of the auto-
inobllists is strongly approving of the.
step take by the government.
A dispatch from Pottlers during the
day aniuminced that "'M. Wernotck,"
whose ntmnie is O. GOray l')inaore, the
only ono loft In tho ra'e, broke down
and withdrew at a ma.iil place out-
side of that town.

ANTONIO TRIOLA EILIECTROCUTED
Five Shocks Neceltary to Cause Death
in Electric Chair.
OusJing. N. Y., May 20,-'Antoatii
TPriola waw put to deoth In the electric
chair In Sing Sing lprtson today. I'lV'"
shoek, wr-nec sary to ca.uae death.
Stato 51lectriclam. Iavist MWd I it '"
harder to kill a thit, wiry mana, ,lke
Triola a#, by tOLe. elootriW e irront
than a stout mMn, as In the case oa
thin man tbere are not.enough tit d f
to convey the fatal curar'pt quickly te
a vital part.
Mr. I)avia also sald Trlola had thick
greasy hair. w'ich reslttod the t0
rent. Triola received the tUnrt shcx1
at :02 a.. m. Arter four more slel
had been given at brief intterala
was pronounced dead.
Antonio Triola shot and killed Mit'
ole Ccrelln, a young IttitlI.n girl, wi#e
was a theaftrtleal performer In a amial
Itiallan theater on the 1ast 1Bid4, New
York. The girl had refused to uma-ry
Triola.


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Ice Factory Is Burned.
Phla-delphia, May nfacturng plaint of the Amefihtan Ite
company at '.puth and4 Cathar-ne
satr ts was (atoyed 'by a ref uao
knw.n origin today, The building
waQ Valuind a5t 60,000 and the machine'
Ory was w6rth (1I4,0bu; but the greai
0r potr-on of the snhobinory was ,Ji.vY
, f.l'rltng the progressB of the ftr
there were numerous explooi-rwns ol
ammonia tanks hbut ,o sn wat li
Jared.! Th- m-cld41Oea. lI the Th"t),maN
B, -ltoreneo public w'brol ,posf), ',
and the hote of Indiurt.ry 'day a..
lursit-ry a.&$ntneg t^ie hifpe'J hullittiai
War .gott~e out In sa.rty. .
Threw Himself Before Tra.n. : .
Texarkana, T'ex May, .,-Ket ':.,.
Huak, a lO0-yea.rolS w ,hit,' toy, was ro.s \ '*."',
over s04 killed by .4 freight ratit a '.
aite w.et ot town. it n ,
4)* to w1 ti5ac with t aer othr
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ti o Scott's EmuiCion is te i
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1S, 26.-Late this Aar- partly digest makes it t
oon, afterW a long day of oratory easy for the stomach, Scott's
i naly contested parliamentary E. i
Sete paed the Wa Emulsion is reable
Stlaim bHl appropriatin help at all ages. '

0e:ip ijeomootit to $25,000 was lo st SfCO & BOWNM. 409 PearlStet, N 'York-.

by a vote of twenty-one to. eleven'.
e.a. torsGilloen, Adams, Carson, Pea- TELEGRAPHIC BREVITfES.
eook and Wilson of the Fourth spoke t
i i favor of the amendment, and Sepa- Voters of MlzsisAirp! aO e tekin. nc I
i.r .Rainey, Blount, Harris and great amount of interest in the gu- i
is.ley against it. The latter speakers b ~siatorial. campaignn,
io favored an amendrnent- inoreaslng I urglars blew open the eafe of the t
thw amountto $100,000, which was n postoflice at Bowle. Tes., sec during
$ supidefeated. It Is said tonight that $1.000 In stamps and $700 in cash.
t*he b6ll'will be even more vigor- The full program for the University
S r ily ontestwd In the House, and the of Georgla commencement, beginning g
pssiilUi o .f the Governor's veto W Saturday, June ,13, has "been annoumc e
'*sqe a legh.*'*ed f S ,
are majority the house t Methods' f Savannah are rang
theibbos anti tIwg for a 'great Ceeebrit on on the bi-
centennial of the birth f John. W'.
A otelWorthyr nae.4 ley. '
... e population of St.. KlJda, the most In the French derby it Ohantilly, I
westerily oftthe inhabited ottlah sles, trance, there were many American l
$i' a i uelqle one In many respects, The spectators. NO American horses pa m
psople are the Wost lonely in the Unit- ticlpatedl
iIngdom, tOhere being very little om neof the Lehigh r
a*0~ioulcat0id with the mainland and o
oti ietilme pnot for monthliata stretch. gln have commenced tie en.forcemnl.
llyte s are pr y of the new, ,ge limit regulating thil
t llne. -If te hr eadr prf household employment of boys.
is Iijuitred or loses his lIiftfamong the The Blue and Gray aimociation
rocks, hshl widow And family s fare In Pitgerald, composed of union and c .
I*' proWeedb of their labor as if he federate veterans, is arransg-n for
re'^ there 'to take part n it. If family big Fourth : of July celebration, t
.lltessia prevents any one Joining a' the which prominent men will be invt .
ay"'s work, be Is asked to stay at The annual pilgrimage of soclalis
:ime, andils lInteeortt will not be lost and revolutionists to the wall In ti e
sight of. All questibnis, complaints, cemetery, at Pere la Chalae, Par
S a.,nre determined by their mode, or against which the communilets we'e4
local p+ilrioment, whose judgment is executed, in 1871, took place yeater
IWal. Early morning conferences nsu- day.
ally d tertlne the day's tasks. W le a mob at Lawrenceburtl a.,
St. Kildians are a most industrious w il pursuing tlaw negro who e 11,
dative wianits pursuing p negro who ki
n ncthe a wel s ii reti 0peos Rosa -KaJso:, news came. that'
Vieed probnlth of chtc attendance other white girls had heen assaulted
has betin olv-d. overy inn, woman by the negro and the excitement wq?
and child hold goes ri'iulnrly to church, and T. H. Boykin, a traveling nIrt
only somtn sorivits dllabnlily will keep whose home was In Meridian, Mls..,
any person at holme.--Scottish Abmerl- died of apoplexy in a restaurant le
can. Mobile, Ala. Boykin was a represen.
----- tative of. a St. I.oute'ihouse. Boykir
In-flueoie of Children, reached Mobile Saturday.


Chl]il .o(M. li i ( v ItCealci S sH o0flel IU
strength lhnt r'sistsi tihe stralu of all
the pti0awoii. n l and that iholi.s even wvhtir
deep lutiretd 'ix.Nei't Its power to drive
asUtlder.
"If It weret nst for tho child, I would
not livo wlt, h you ni other day," I
heard Ain angry husalnd any to his
wife, whiui rightoouis indiguatlon drove
himt nearly to distraction.
That was quito a number of years
ago, and 1now they have two more chll-
tren to strengthen the bond between
theMxi This lIttle episode of domestic
hiftellclty was recalled by some statis-
ties that recently emanated from Ber.
1ln and which speak volumes.
These states have been carefully
gathered from the divorce courts, and
*how that out of 1,000 divorces 540
were granted where there were no chil.
dren, 214 whero there was one child,
189 wlore there wore two chldldren. $0
where there were three children, 25
where there were four children, 12
where there were live children and 10
here thvre were sIx children.-Neow
\ xork Herai d.
H; e Wasn't Too Deaf.
Deafnessais largely a matter of Iabit,
s ays a writer in .the New York Press. I
kIAOW mein who cannot lear you two
fteet awa.Y though you, bawl at them,
yet at thodlstanc of ia I.dtck they will
grasp your faintest whister,, sIonF e are
deaf for convenience, som-e for fraud,
s0me for bypodrls.. leware of the1 donf
04an. One of t0he notod deaf' men was
.ld Matt Grtiffu, l'oMg ago an nassetibly-
an fom (-Grlitli.'s Corners, Delaware
c I iHty Y. ly courtesy .entf-iem-
bts. e front seats in the assem-
^9.wliyiie otbhrs usually d~aar lots.
-1 n A old"-Matt was excused fromI
wi a.fello w member hotly pro-
t eted. 'But the old man lIs as deaf as
a d the! house leader. "eafr "
claimed the protestaut. "Mat Grit-
n .llea h less your honest soul.
ho eftMI r-w a 4-ten c ^^.^'.^If^^aiWM. ^ ''.-..


A man sitting In an open ear on
the Brookly-n bridge suddenly alighted
from the car in the middle span anux
running to the side of the bridge
Jumlpet Into East river. His body
was carried away by the current.
A party of well-known cittazen hav,
ln% just returned from Casa& Grande il
the heart of the Sierra Mladre mount
alna, report the discovery of a smotu,
ering volcano hitherto utrnowa ex,
cept to a few of the natives. 'T7I
volcano showed signs of a recent ir
tlon.
A Statnmord, Conn., dispatch says
that Dr. -C. B. Borden, city health oPf
fleer, Is giving personal attention to
citizen George Francls Train, who is
suffering from smallpox. He msays his
patient Is getting along nicely In the
isolation camp, aandi that there la noth
ing aa yet In his condition to Indicate
a fatal termlnation. Mr. Traln re
mains cheerful andi patient. 0
John 1. Moran, a lawyer of Boston,
aitnouiees that he ha In his posses
laon a -writton contfesalin otf a whole
.ale bribery 'scheme mapped out b,1
MNassachtnsetts men, which involved
iseve -n prominent legislators. Thet
confession wa.i maoe by a Boston iner
ch-ant. a member of the legislature itc
l;0tl. who disappeared from ostton aF
.ter placing the confession la Mr. Mo
ran's hand,
Children in Peril,
Some of the most anxious hours of a
mother's life are; those wh.en the little
onisa have the croup. Foley's Hdney
anid Tar is a safe and effective remedy
that never fails. "My boy wouhl have
iedt from mnembraneous croup if it had
not been for Foley's Hloney and Tar,"
writes W.Iynlth of Vinahoster, Ind.'
Sold by W. 0C, Wallace'si drug store.
If w gaveAsstistnint-c to each other.
no one would be Inf. watIlt of fortune.-
M[o-alIn ld^r. .".


Sago. iDoctor tBok :itt

i.Id


( onea of' 9,playes. uh y Tyi a,

N. ay 14-4 sA 1:0

o, General tElec0tec company throt*h-
Mt the col0ttry Iip, at Ime Uraon
Ictofr` ,Uat j AM, ut 2,400
..L.U'4are emptyat tii e'r. :'her,
oily IA4 of ,he ith e. bet wt0are
4Snnt ,nd ,'their absence fro:
t -hals. crippled the work of the-'
actry, Because of the strike about
S00 'gi l epyes have become il
tttd-;.othett uiy be te for' W^ ql be-
aso;L they haye nothing: ..
It is thought the strike may
o the company's .otrtiWaynei facary
where' there are about 8Q0 9mpl4.es;
.he Lynn plant, which em'pbyp .! 5
ands4 a-n, th mxin wo rs at" t:eneu-
.ay,,.where the tof I number of eam-
ployes is about 12.000, and tho' ma-
hlOnasts number Z,000.
The m0a.h'nlrtta in the li.ion fac.
ores recently aff liated themselves'
With the International Associatlon '64
MachIilsta. Previous to the.,strlke
the .arrilson employes were ,reeelv
Ing $2.C0 for a day of ten hours. They
now demand the union wages op $gA75
for a day of nine hour. This g'eqpest
the employers say they cannot gim.
Tod Great a Risk.
In almost every neighborhood some-
one ha. died from an attack of colic or
cholera naorbus, often before medicine
ould be procured otr physician Bsnum
mnoned A reliable remedy for the"'
Liseaslu' should be kept at hand. Th-e
Vi too great f9r. ny one to take.
hmberlain'n Col0c, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy ha. undounblly
avidf the lives of more people <, re-
loved more pain and suffering than
my cther medicine In use. It can al-
r*y be depended upon. ,.r sale by
ill drggists and medicine li- panies.




E E. VO Y LJ
FIRE, BOND and
ACCIDENT INSURANCE"
Representing a nt1mber of prOminels
A terican ad E hoopanlea


Abstract & Realty Compani
[Incorporated] 1
E. E. VOYLE,' Manager.
Get an absttaot ot title toland 'before
buying. After payiig theb purchalie
money there is oftenoe redress for tak
sales and uncanceled mortgages.

Manhaton ""' Typewriter.
NOT IN THE TRUST.
A IIUNDREDl-DOLL VR TYPE-
WRITEIT UFR $50.
Guaranteed for one year. Sold on
monthly payment pt ai slight ad-
vance to responsible parties.
typewriterr J olbbons for
various machines., .

REAL ESTATE, -DWELLINGS
AND L&AD FOR SALE.

E. E. Foryle,
Galnesville, Florida.


XEYSTOEi BAKEtRY,
It. T. SCHAFER, Prop.

CHOICIU BREADS, CAKES and PIES
Fresh Ivery Day.
Delivered to All Parts of City.
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Special attention to Circuses, Minstrels
and other traveling troupes.
HuntfUg Parties, etc.
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C'o.onltt Tickets to California. Utah.
Nevnda, New Mexico, Arleona. Colo-
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Idaho. Wyomlntr, on sale until June 1s.
St.' Louis ad Return
ONEFAIRE PLUS S5 CENTS. On sale
June Ito 1, ipood toreturn until June 25th
San FrarncscO, Los Angeles and
Return
Nati~ttoiiainelMnpmeni' G. A. B. Tick-
ets on otle*Juiyt. to AUgust M. Good
to 'returnl utltU October 1&.
Denver, Col., and Return
On sale June 9( to .July 9th, Good tore-
turn untUlAUguit 31st.
Through b pletl*uA eping oardjil between
c". iiie, aQ o ao, a Cttanooa,
Nahbetwe.SW'ianlle anad Set.or LIS.w
through. I mwa" t.:e 1 0 a d.let r Oweenr
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Vitor fe and LoCo any

The "Victor" i the best safety ma4e, ndpar tg otempiat-
in ngthe p achmse of a safe, or anything in line
Sfro a box to a bankvault, will av ,
by consUlting as, Call on oraddress


Information cheeratlly furnished. U E8VpL ELORIDA







Air Line Railway.

sSCWMDU'L ErrTVlhWAFRIL 1 1905.

1015 9 4 0
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11.4a 1184-s40nP. .....2... 82 5 0 1 2
OS 14 ...... 4 540,p .Ar..... ..... O... .. ..... 7 58.. 2 a 13 a
... 1..4..oAr a76 Z 3.
S. .p ................ .... ........ .. .l aL
.... .... ......... .. 125
I1O A i..e i.......... 1
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40 .. 4 0'.p A .....Manatee.. ............... i. a
4 .. g : I .t ....... . .. 10
511 7 i.., ...... 1.00 p gs

S08p a .. ..Ar.... .............Tampa .....:. ...... ... ..... 3 30 p
60 Ar........ Tampa............ ,.oo


SNORTHAND AOST1 34


IvJaosnvllle........... 845a
A rFe erilnandlna.......... lt, 06a
Ar Bruowle]L...........12oi
Ar Bavannab.............. p
Ar Fairfax................. 8: 9p
Ar Denmark................. 357P
Ar olumbia.............. 5 3op
Ar Camden.............. 740p
Ar Hallet.................. 9 p
A W~long ..n......... ....1..

rportamoutb............ 00
RArbchnond, Va ......... 635
Air Wshilngton...........JQ 10 a
rBalmore ............ 1 25
Ar Philadelphia.......... I 3
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1046 a.


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LA. 3)PkUO 0* V.*i*..... -.... 340p1
Ar La ie ty............ ........ 551 .:..
rL ve ...................... 35 p 12
ArMadaon ......... ......... 755 121
Ar ala ss e...................... 01) 3
Ar ~ l iy....................:... 41. ,1
A i-Klver Junction...
&t M li ........ ........... ...... 2
Ar Ne Orbileana......... ...


Lv J aksonvillle. ....
Ar Maon ........ ..' a.
Atlanta........ .............
Chattanooga.. ................
Nttashvlle.,... .................... .
8t Louia '..........
Chlcago...........................


Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Saiasota, on 31, exce
Saturdays, from Gainesville.
Train No. 84, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Washington. \e8Vi
buled day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. ti
dining car service from Jacksonville.
No. 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage 'and express cars k
tween Jpcksonville and Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleepersb
tween Jacksonville and New York.
No. 55 connects at Starke for LaCrosse, Alachua, Willeford, Wannee a
intermediate points, and at Arener with Early Bird branch.
Nos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonivillte
Steamers for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tutedai
and Thursdays, 11 p. m.
SA. 0. MACDONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fit
E. C. COBB, Ticket Agent. Gainesville.


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JacklQsonville and New Yor1k,
Calling at CHARLESTON, S. C., both ways..
The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service

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Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
PROVIDENCE, and Al) Eastern Points,
Calling at Charleston both ways..

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Northbound....... mf...... F oot-of Catherine at., Jacksou nv


Clyde St. Johns River Line
EBetWveen JACKSQNVIJ.n and SAN IoNORDn
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Fraibisa Beresfopd ()jeLand).and Inter
Landings or St dhns River (
Steamer CITY O FJAO1SONVI I "
Is a ppointed to i4 aa foh1oi:-
Leaves Jaacksonvllle 8:10 p. Sundaysv Tue dayaand Thut'day .
.I a ibs Sanford 0:30 a. "'. Monda-, 4dnisd a and' Fridays.
So.utWund. Nor- m . + .
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^$^||0tLiveO Oah
"O'e Iliarmond.

iW1',. BE VERY CLC

I nal9ts the Swiftest Tear
ate, and S Ho Far oldW
lob0shlp.--Chappte to Pitch
$or Live Oak.
Swill open the baseball.
G iaeedville, when the
I$1 playALive Oak, one of-
tieasa in the State.
,[the Oak H11s are all
ieball enthusiasts are in
jA great confidence In t
JB ball plsyeis, and ponfide:
|hat they will win, notw
k that Live Oak has the adi
Shaving played together
eek s .: . '
A who ,will compose the
highbl recona mended in t
and the pvtiro. g
and, yesterday after
ve been the oply opportune
gether, show evidence I
W what they are doing. M
rthur has exercised ev
A to secure good men
1f show whether or not he.
esaful. He should be c
for his caution, however,
pun boy should go down
bia afternoon it will not h
hey to discourage the mans
k players or the people.
pame will be called at
The prioe. of admission
ieed at and 1 oents, an
ioped that a good crowd
at to greet and encourage
td that the "rooters" will


DENUN ,- ,,e.Tlon ,W.. ,
, n SEaltjrnore Pastor Mfakes SMinme Vry
T 'StatunglAc-eti s.
tbl ;Chlcaglo, afy a24.--& dispa The T.u mne trh m MRJ tt1ra.a ldu.,b
.rT. .MaOez rmn. Pe-tete patepr oftho
Ba- tist Tol ernct wide tien is' sOrttho.l
las.t *night (enounice',th. '.reraetitioln
otSE, f te Je-wst n l3a 4 then *tlaBrt.
-F At l e 'n b 4. tarn. hat ib1
9. m estre e peoplee fthe Uilte
n In S9tates ate guilUty of t il'-'ae crimes
thi 'for. which '' ,R. al a, l the s asx re
their cs'ured healdi pa rt
'In. Ame itca the Jarv has a doubted
claim to epsnitionze-the clam of theo
ea,- m vh uader the wide tolie ance the.
Oak twetueth century .andn the claimI owt
the A iierlc.n aetien p under the bro l
.Has ti? rcceiyed tho 'tretmbnt he
dIew merits In a ti n:a and the rights be
"ani" 'ideerv-.- as a.ctitsen"? He is carl-
heir catured to the confide papers and oln
ntly our stage. n otl selal, liv rofesi-lnet
ith- And even political eruts he Is blac1-
Van, balled,
for "T have seen Joeish cehil4re ito
home fhoan our public schools 0 ri tIears
Oak because 'of the offensive names with
heir which they were ta*uatetl. Outragsc
he- are frequently per'petrated upon tho
ain Jews In cur cities unmier the eyes of
A the .polic-.uitra.s 'which are a dls.
geB grace to Pur republic.,
that '"Pusslan and Ratumanian Innt-
[a : grants who are striving with might
very and mIai) to earn a livelihood, meet
and With a reception from the deaisens of
has te, streets not at all creditable to
S American citizenship. Ou'r own skirts
and far from clean of aattIS0emitlam."
itn GREATLY ALARMED
ige- By a Persistent Cough, but Perma-


3:80
has
d it
will
the
be.


nee.
i all go and "root," for it is
~ tis half the game.
le swill pitch the game for

Those Who Live on Farms.
Terin, Pana, Ill., writes: "I
SBallard' Snow iniment;
ike omamend it to my friends, as
4ildent there isno better made.
"dandy fot burns.-" Those who
iTfarm are especially liable to
accidental outs, burns and
which htal rapidly when Bal-
.. Spow 'Liniment is applied. It
always be kept in the house for
emergency. 25ec, 50c and $1.00
son Bros.
l A y antd Je ieimtber.
gre1"tgl-'za fittit.',-a h-lad a way of
Iie ng LLlrrlTige ctorefmonies wilieli
hardly find favor nowaday,s.
lovingg cases In point have been
hed:
SAug. 22, 1782. at Bath, Captain
ton. aged tweinty-eiglit, married
Sonson,. an aged lady of eighty-
a.ut possessing rank and much
1.
hbert Judge of Cooksborough, Ire-
aged ninety-tive, to Miss Annie
uti aged fifteen. Robert Judge
un officer In King William's army
.was wounded In the nose."--Lon-
Express.
The X-Raya,
Sent experiments, by practical
and examination with the aid of
*-Rays establish as a fact that
rrh of the stomach is not a disease
aelf, butthat-it results fromn re-
ed attacks of indgestion. "How
,I Cure My Indigeation?" Kodol
T ipala Cure is curing thousands,
.ij cure you of indigestion and dysa.
ia, and prevent or cure catarrh of
RStomaeh. Kodcl digese what you:
-makes.the stomach sweet. -Sold
Bodifdrd & MeCOolumn
U( wl:' .l;: trtia' a.v;''ral t:lies to
-p ('o$s a stit1' ai' *11.( Li repeat.
y fI e io1 holly. succeeded, .whelin
said to a- frivild. "lLow muci better'
th tl:1 youth i han ncmialsiet
it eult f:t ,, ......-- .
"Noitat til," rplI d his t'.,nd." "I
n better than. yotu iIn ot wishing to
ip hi
!What a. luxury a clear conscience
iakelamimed the ighlh minded states-
est" insweredl s8eatpr Borglim,
a a luxury, b-t It Isn't a necessity."'
aahigo stir, .

d like jt ask your ad lce.
irm willing to help you all I can.
Well, Would you advise me to

plus .were .rat.4 by te
i. patia : A. "o 80a...
-_.b. V ,1 11,
^M^.lr^-a~s^^^,*.b^


gently Cured by Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy.
Mr. H. P. Burbage, a student at law
in-Greenville, S. G., had been troubled
for four or five years with a- eontinu-
ous cough which he says, '"geattly
alarmed me. causing me to fear that I
Was in the first stage of consumption."
Mr.. Burbage, having seen Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy advertised, con.
oludoed to try it. Now read what he
say& of it: "I soon felt a remarkable
oha ke and after using two bottles of
the twenty-five cent size, was perma-
nently cured." Sold by all druggists
and medicine companies.
MAX O'RELL 1S DEAD.
Famobts French Atthor Pies of pan
ceroua Affgotin., '
New York, May .2,.-A private di
patch from, Paris itry that Paul
Bimnet (Mar. O'Rell) died of a cancer-
oue formation following an operation
for appendicitis. He was notifted
some diys ago that there was no hopo
but said he would conrrtlu e his fight
against diiath as bravely an ever. He
was engaged In' writing a.storyfot hie
lfe, as well as an English history of
France. Ho died at his -home In ithe
Rue Freycinet at 5:15 yesterday. He,
was conscious to the lat.
A Farmer Straightened Out.
"A man living on farati near here
came in a short time aigo completely
doubled up with rthelumatsn. I hand-
ed him a bottle of ,hamlobe6li's Pain
]Balm and told him to uie It, feely and.
if not satisfied after usin.. It he. need
lint pay a enat for it." says O. P. ay
der, of Pattens Mills, 1. Y. ,A few
days later he walked into the s0tre as
straight a stitngf and handed me a
dollar, saying, '.iv e another bottle
)of Chambernlains aiaL Balm. I want
it In the bouse all .he ttnme, for it cured
me.'" For sle by all druggists and
medicine, comparnes.
j.Deplorcc -Klchieftf Masaacre.
Phlladeliphlit. May 2(--Resolutlons
_were']- rr;rt'-it tion Soviety 01 America d ioploring 1he
K!.hicff Iiramiat r, i "qesting Mr.
RcIt!,v'lt to ue his RCad of~ceec In
prrve'n tin.g .Jt rn cu rr'nce and asking
congre>9 to imnlsure e ual rights to all
citizens with--t regard to tcted. 'the
petition will he sent to the prra(1-ident,
the .ercttary. of .tate, the pr(eside.t of
t i senat-e an t!e speaker of the

FI'ot a Qat Scratch
On the arm, to the worst sort of a
turn., sore or *boll., DeWitt's -Witch.
Hazel Salva is quick eur. In buying
Witch Hasel salyfi, be parlloular to
gte DeWittL tlth' i t sfalve that
heals without .lea0i ga i soar.: A pe-
ifle. for blind bleeding, itchlng and
rotIuMng piles old diford &
'ollu ""- ..-S.
Oddt g of iL I,.
ie-I don't k,ow, ho tt Is, but I've
npotleed it 4s the girl whoe ptaltes all
the other girls ,"what .la could have
see: n het" wbe the t riaYto get i.
* 8it-An4 it is the man that the Iris
*ay they wouldn'tt bare it h.e wti' the'
last man on earth who ha. hls pick ot
all1wh the prty ,irl I t -oa


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and the EAST.
CINCINNATI, CHICAGO,
The NORTH and' WEST...


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HOT SPIINGS, NP. C.
"TTHE LAND OF THE SKY"
,,U) "The Sapphire Count'y."


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FORALL. EARTHLY POINTS
M ; ( j TCv(ia 11 'i v1%t
hDupQmt" I(n( Dupont b'u &t DuNlI)ul or
"o 1a "or Stet >mhpl |\ Jaote'vlllae an
JmacWutI'ttivuweaj&C 4,nvl1 u,10 i ne Millmo,,,
R*pid Tra4sit and Unsurpassed Serviceo
Time Table in effect May 26. 1i8A.


Depart For G0A INESVI LL, Arrive F ro n
8:;40pm p lHigh 8pings, Newerry arid Inter- 3:25.
Daily ... mediate l'oint.s l)nily
12-37 pin Oc-.ala, Leesbtrg and Tampa, aud 4l :40) '
Daily tnterm.'diat Points Dailly
2:2 ppm Palatka Daytona, Jacksonmville. 1-:45 pI
Dally Norsh, East and West Daily


.11 :46a m High Sprig),Wasyero(, Havannah, Itrutwiuoek, 1 :10pm.
D illy Albany, Atlntae, all Poltnts North, East We~t .Diily
8:25pm 9t 65n
8 I-(u pRoshellW,. Micalnopy and Citra a
*.' ty '. .. i Uy
7 p m *--:.* .. ... . .. ... .... ".- .. .... ..... .. .... .

a l .high Qpringey "..
e.,u y ex 8uWda
MN. : Ntha l~eItlle.ilketi, go~o over 18,w00 mile oi~'moPM liae pri.
la nWi'(laI. thohPhesl .aites, are on sale by the prineipal aent.
STrog .Pullman siheeP aPori Tamnpa to New York, via Atlantic Coast
Line o via Atlantic Coast Line and di.thtirn Raliway-.
.,r complete IitofmatlO, *al on
A.J. A, DOO0WIN, Tickot Ageoat. OiVllo.
WRAN) 0. )3oYLrop, 0oaa Ag f- b.iT4 jARK ATt.
sor' sa's '' o *; -- -
C1B'1^^~BilIxj~~ :' P:'**.y-^^ fl ^


F if


Abstract of Tile
S'to aly plee, r fli. t
'Alarulitu county furn hetdle
, on uppmli.alon.

S TAXES IITUltN' "
tt AAND PAIDJ
S And all matters concern.
Ing the roIde AWnptl o un.
mceled tax certlficatoo
uttaudcA to proomptly.


READ'S ODORLESS.
New Dellits al All Sihes*.


PALMER'S HAMM OQ K S
A Full Assortment, Ineiudlin
lis latest Patterns.

WATER COOLERS,
FREEZERS, and All
pring enh Suimmer
Specalt lea.
BAIRD HARD WAE COMPANY
GAIN)ESILL& IA)iI ,
I -- *:/* _'. ,

Ga4esville Machine Works
GoENIrR.,T MILL Awi
MAOHINER Y REPAIRlS.
Oan turn and straighten whole lengths
of fhafting fand Pipo-Outting
up toI2 richea.

COTTON G IN REPAIRING
A SPECIALTY
P. H. WESTOIRD, Prop, and kgr

J.,onw II Din iLL..pt N w, i wroIIMTI MN r.



THE SUC( S itE O.,
.Minuatu t trewot f
NEW PROCESS .tEEELED ICE



ro J nu d ,rod rompft dalyery io 6U rta o cityo
00llv"ery wt,,.Wve OiY451tW Or4er0 b Alit
o'r ort witn e reols ve poIgipte1 rn o.
looe e oupn bo o It e :1b04 16'alo u mo
Iuot(pl 0 OUot4ol ot6 ."


KODAKS aund

KODAK SUPPPLIES.'

Jost, re'emveld n. ftortment ICast.
mrit KdsxakC Firlm an4 0th ratpiliesB.
I qi.' ngltrnKll I44 retmonabIe prices.

BI CYCcESAND SUPPLIES.


* ..=.= ... ;... 'a.". : ,


Tht STAiDP!.9

GUARANTEED sn4TRUST

COMPANY

W-11 ;, itop your rount ald bty
.ou a home. 'For tn rmat tion
all on

EOE W MOYERS,
I "'^. issiflt, *Ii .^,; 'i
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Si Demand
the Cioar with thi
Band that says


The Unly Cigar
Titlit's t .,same to-day, to-morrow, forever.
5c. here, there, everywhere.
The Largeist ellag Brand of Cigars in the World.
"4 : :s the' $sa oker's Protection.


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(AIN SVILLE, FLA,


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first cosI.ld ,rut ti fo le t
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$tb et OCUle at Gaoes'llle r Y ,


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B 3 tJite:,VD.pub nrymorninOg ex-
(4#,^ 4fa; p"iOer in the city.
p 57 part Q. pTfiteo Statso.pow
*f yewr ea ea me*'#5 ons:. gg weLb
l.so 5IO s0b t for ive week, -

sAtCiisei loosl column. o10 ents *
Ai ti eafertion.a d cents for each d*
S LdirSr sdvrwt[slpg made known

4*Week #iun s'is tan' elght-pfre.
forcw-olttmi paper. pukbilmAed every Mon-
4 Md 'ltursdBd, anld ittains all the
i q tS Of the week, elocs, state and ges-
"r m will be maie, le.iostage free, to any
pr of the United Statesor Canada. for 61.00
Sgear-- iadvanee.

Al liTverttista bills beeomS du* after frst
Stop0eranee of advertmemenpt ulesie otherwise
.Ulpts.ted in ccntraet. Peottlenot known to
sM will be required to pay for adiertldns In ad-
Vanae. Addrea. THE DAILY SU'.
GaAsrxi4a. FLA.


'Meanwhile, Judge Parkbr of New
Yorf smiles, but gives no other indi-
cation that he is a "receptive candi-
date."

4:1 ..- An advertiser recently paid $05,M0
for the privilege of painting his name
on a chimney where it could be seen
by passengers on the New York ferry-
boats. _____,_________

Patent Commissioner Allen an-
nounoes that the Patent Office has not
I sued a patent on a perpetual motion
device fpr at least forty years and will
pever do oagain.. ,

The legislation' whih will prevent
I the importation of peanut and cotton
S seed oil labled "olive oil," will have a
S moet beneficial effect on the California
Solve oil industry,

S Every time Colombia reads the
S united States Treasury statements it
determines it will not ratify that 1an-
ama canal treaty until it obtains a.
larger slice cf the gold reserve. "

A bright inventor has now given 'us
the wireless telephone. When an in-
ventor comes along with the snoreless
sleep and the biteless--mosquito we
will believe thle millennium has arrived.

A Southern statesman claims, with
some degree of truth, that the South
won't let the nogro vote, but permits
him to work for his living, while the
North permits him to vote, but won't
let him work.

* The engineering schools *of Great
Britain are in -o primitive a condition
that students are advised to come to:
Canadd, to McGill College, to the Troy
(N. Y.) Polytechnic, or to some of the
great German institutions,


Apparently Governor Pennypaeker
cannot be induced to test his new li-
bel law in the courts. The law prac-
tically prohibits caracaturing and yet
every large newspaper in Pennsylva-
nia has published a cartoon of the,
Governor every day since lie signed the
law.


Toronto, Canada, is considering at
Jaw which provides for the abolition of
taxes on $700) of thu value of every
residence. Tihe idea in view is the
modiflation of tho takes on thei.homes
owned by the poorer people, Undor
Seauc a law a man owning a home as-
sessed at $900 would pay taxes on only
$200

Postmaster-General Pay ue asserts
that he is carrying on the i ostottleo
investigation relentlessly and in the
same breath ridiculehs mtanii who has
yielded to Mr. Paynv's request for in-
formation which will assist in the in-
vestigation. Painful as it may bo to
the Postmaster-Getwral, the public
will still believe that actions speak
S Jlouder than words.

.. "'Stand pat," "Sawduster. aud "[n-
o. argen tt" will be among -the fre-
|i shquently used exptoasions of tIie
,oming campaign- *T The iniaii1g
f the first '-is well 'known. The
SecopId indicates a oandida.e whose
rt ise euch that *i*l I.t exposure
erve ( to disable bn;i the last is at

6W tote party.o, re _,e tbe a
4 7F 4|a


.. COOKING FO"R '" RLE

uT look, as if ome *y 0t 6 "st
offlee Department wiere. paving the wy
for some. very pointe ta b
Congress this. witer.
This particular 1111o* inquiry wl1
be entirely ,outside 'the 'sioalmdti
receiving theatntioutofJ^ourth Assish.
ant- .Postmaster 4ieneral ..B tS w 'i '
his inspectors. Itwll have to d;o *th
the attitude of certain department of-
fleials toward clerks* 1inu4~f railway
m ail service. . ' 'I "' rPi
SIt is announced in s 'Washingtp", 4: ,
pritdhes that a postal clerk, *whose
home is at Kansas Oiiy, is ablout to be
dismissed from the service beeaose he
has entered suit against the govern-,
went for certain traveling exp enIes
to which he believed he is entitled nn-
der the law. The. law, it seeins prO o
viddtb that railway tail clerks stl 4 be"
allowed certain traveling e y ensiI
when on duty away from their di'-91
nated headquarters, 'Theore is a differ-
ence of opinion between the depar,-
went officials and some of the. clerk
as W .ps meaning of this provision of
thelawi, the clerks contending that
"headquarterso"is the city "in which
they'reside and ,trote which they mafek6
their runs, while the department. has
alrays construed the term to mean
the route on which their runs are made
and not the city or town in whiih they
1.,,'


SI1 a e.


Clearly the term 'i open to either
constrpctIon. The department oul-
cials'take the position hbat_ the., clerks
must submit, without questioning, to:
the department ooistruption, while
,he clerks believe they have t.Ie right
to have the matter passed upon 4by
courts. In this itnust beadmitted that
the clerks are right. st eoems most prob-
able that the construction placed %upon
the statute itself by the department
authorities must be the correct one,
but there can be no good reason for
attempting to. evade' a decision by
the conirt of claim sbeforo Which one
of these cases is. now pending.
There is no possible excuse for pun-
hilng a clerk for bringing such a suit.
,*Ie is clearly within his rights as a
citizen, and the postofflece officials who
undertake to punish him are likely to
bring down trouble upon tneir own
heads. _________
The driver of a closed motor car re-
cently noticed that his passengers had
slipped down onto the floor. Op open-
ing the door he discovered that -they
'had been completely overcome by the
fumes from the motor.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, s.
Lucas County.
Frank J. Oheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cieney & Co., doing 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 Hall's C-tarrh Cure.
FiANJ COHNKY.-
Sworn to before me and subscribed
it, my presence, this fifth day of De-
cember, A. D, 1880.
^L W. A. GLEASON,
S AL Notary Public.

Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern-
ally, and acts directly on the blood and
muoous surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J. CuINxY & Co,, Toledo, 0.
Sold by ll Druggists, 76c.
Hail's Family Pills are the best.
CLOUDBURST SWEEPS FARMS.

Hundreds Rendered Homeless and
$300,000 Damage Done.
E nid. Okla., Mlay 3G.-Hundreds of
persons were rti.'ire(-'d homeless and
property idamiago. to the extent of
$300.0o00 was don In tho(*B nid bottoms
alone by a cloudbut st that struck
west of this city at mnildnight Satur-
day night. Thoe aggregate damage
prolhaly will be much higher on ac-
count of losses sustain oi between Enid
anO.i the seat of tho "to'rni.
A Iaink of water 'I foet high and 200
feet wide swopt down through the
bottoms at mnidhiglht, carrly-ing houses
and teve-rythlng before It. It came
upon 1 nhid without warning,, While
most of Its lihabiltantx were asleep.
Wlithln a few minutes a hundred of
houses .were completely submerged.
Many p-rsons lost -eyverything they
possessed. Tlwhe nweatits of relieving
distress are1nadteuate. /
The ranfall theo past ten days has
been the heaviest In the history of
Oklahoma, and in-Alcations 'are that
more ,will follow.
SReports of losses In tho country
west of EnId are meager, but it is be
lieved thatmheavy dama. o was done.

-'It's shmntnful n-hen ,oul.-h fails to


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i '


AMo impure matters which the skin,
liver, kidneys and other organs can
not take care of without help, there is
such af accumulation of them
They litter the whole system.
Pimples, boils, eczema and other
eruptions, lops8 of appetite, that tired
feeling, bilious turns, fits of thdigps-
tion, dull headaches and many other
troubles are due to them. .

Hood s Sarsaparilla

and Pills
Remove all humors, overcome all
thoir effects, strengthen, tone and
invigorate the whole system.
*1 had salt rbipm on my hands so that I
could not *Ork. i took Hood's Sarsaparilla
and it drove out the humor. I continued
Its use till the sores disappeared." Mas.
IsA O0. BRowz, Rumford Falls, Me.
Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to
cure and keeps the promise.


Planters and Growers of Long'

Staple Sea Island Cottoa will find


it to their interest to communiu

cate with.TfE CA 0ERON AND

BARKLEY COMPANY. Charles-

ton. S.C, to7-5


St prIptly i ifl oreign


ra u i f rt i i t. br... . op ...v book
How t SCue A AR write

P stent


fOpposite U.-. n Patent LOfie
SWASHtINGTON D.C.


The Florida g -

Fruit and Ptruck Grower
One Year. ........... ...... 1.00.
Single copies..- .. ..... 10-


A handsome
devoted espee
the .fruit am
tlorida.
p. A special t
.months will b,.


sh6Wi proper respeet ftr old agevy b Oent. StareI
just 'the contrary in the case of Dr -.
King's New Lite Pills. They ept~ I off ,t he
maladies no matter ow and irrespet. Iofrth i o
tiVe .Of -o age, DyApei, 4aundioe, i;I lo )-. WtI
plerftfPill. 2. at all drugttoei. iB cia


ldy illustrated .magazine'
-lally to the interests of
A vegetable growers of
:rial sBubsvriptioin of Six,
S ept receipt of .


by ahlvthat tbh neeettr i


Th IcaEt was*4,ve,e pet.

Nstite- con t. A)
0rti u he gave ,'.

mitIJ 0 4 JreeAof tipn of

portaince 4.pwg the oears. te
tloral a ti0, Tow& try. s
l4000 to young p4liutso aoe
du eah boa a wft istsd procble man





ouI for p or
t more than 1V0, bomL Whatn



b~om~ a this e tos number .
powers ais somewhat of a mystery.
' ey grepu.t to .t Umerable Ises.
,sPf tI mat. Wetirl p O b .-
Of .of the oa4st un0aturaI things in
nature ,.t the pre aio n s. allowable,
f. the 'manner in whlihch t i young of
'the commtnn wolf spider treat their
mother. r After the little creature hba
"10 her eggs he1.nvelops them In a,
I ken pvering, so as to make a ball
about the size of a pea, and this bshe
carried ab pd with her wherever she .
oet, and Io defend it with her life.
Whetn the young are hatched, they,
climb on her back,. giving her a Inmo-.;
str&b uappeaanoce. nnd ride about un-
til nearly half grown, and as soon as
.they discover* their strength they fall
to and devour their moPther. As a rule
the maternal relation il reeogntied in
the animal and Insect world only as
long sithe necessity -tor protection Ox'
sts, but -itances of the young actu-
ally deY otlii parent by main force
1ad coRon consent exotr$eely
-rare.- odn Natre, .


.i1 Humors


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Florida Eas

LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48.
SOIutHSmOUD-eAoD DOWN.


No. I9 No.t
Daily. JDaily.
031 ) -8
2t op 1O6M0
.p
(0 I B5012 1013
. ... 25


STATIONS.


t Coast R

In Effect April II, 1903.
NOaRnouD.a-UA, U,,,


No. 98l -No. 7I
D&v-.I daIly.


Lv...........Jac Ksnille............Ar 7 5a @
..................SoJ kaonvlll..............Lv 70ps7 t 1p
............. t.Augutne................... OOa i O >1
................. t n .. ........... .. 16
....... .......... ..P at .............. ........ 8 -


h


...... ......... tk ........v -0
,Y.........lka.................. Ar 6 a te


Ar..............B..an Mateo.................
Lv.... ............San Mateo ................. Ar
LV...................Bunne.s.....................v
......................Bunnell a....................
.................... O.. ondU....................
..................... ryton .......................
.P.r:ran.e................
.....................O Dak 1ytn ... ..................
...................Port uOrange .......... ........
........'.............New SnGro a ....... ......
.....................lOak Hell... .... .. ....
......... .......... Tl usv il e .....................
........i. ............. ocoar... .... .... ...
.................... Rocklede ............ ..
t....... ......... Bai Gallie..... .............
..... .. ..... .... elbourne........... ...... ..
........ ............ Sebastian ...................
.................... st. Lu-le .....................
................... t. Pierce ....................
......................Tibalsrt........ ......
.. ......... .........Eden................... ...
. ................... Jenaen .... ...... .... ....
.. .................. Stuart .....................
................. Hobe s Bound ................ ,
.................. Went Jupiter........ ..........
................W Palm Beach................ac ...
..................... Byn ton ....................
..................... Del ray ......................
................ .Vt. LAude'-dsle...................
............... Hl&ndale. ...........
................... Lemon City ............ .
At.....M.........i...; Mami . .. ...... ..... ..^


8 59a
8 2 a
a 17a
2 45 a
2 14 a
t 84 a
13 48 a
13 15a
12 o0m
10 lip
10 03p
9 O5p
9 5 p
9 11a,


54 p



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UP


No

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S4OWDULES OP BRANCH LINES.
BAJIPQD BRAIH. OIAajGEaCITY &rrOM.

Pa Daiy a y SiTIONS.Dily
rILS.. ........mIMS..........Ar 07 10 lOaLv..N. Smyrna..Ari 1 9Bl o 10p
*85a L......... Oiteens.......... .A 5 1 1 p 11
*as 3 .......;..Enterpnrie.........Arll 80. 52 II aiLvr.angeOlty:Arj.3 P dip
a Ar.......... aAnford .........Lv S f 1145 nAr.Or. Cy Jo..Lvt P 5 vp
anyday XSunday MAYPORT BRANOR. o18 a? No.2
oA y. only. ly- ex.8un Daly On Dai
p OOp 100l0a CO4p O480 Ly.......Jacksonvll' ....Ar..... 7 .4'a ai 9p 530p
I |101. 08p SaLv....So.Jicks nvlle v.....v .... T87a llttS2ip 6P
IP l04:a 1tUp 009aLV.......PalloBeacl. .... .v ....1 ,ra ita1a 0 OP
Sp 1050a lSp 9 14 a L......Atlantie Beach......L- v.... ) 7 M .T45a 4 43 P
I 110 a 00p *BOa Ar....... ..Mayport .. ...G..L.5 ...... 0 11 oa 4 30 p
The e Tmne Tables show the times at which traits miay be ex-ecter4to anrivesand depart
from the sev 6al stations but thpir arrival or depart ro t th t. imes statLed l. Iot narantieed,
hor dos the Comspany hold Itself responsible for any delay or ot.ny consttenbe i -ibg there-
from.


KEY WEST AND HAVANA
PENSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS -AT MIAMI.
In Effect April 16, 1903.


SOU V BOUND.t N3-.H OM3- "-"-
IvT Miami 8nS.;huT.................... a0. Lv Hsvan-i Mon., F -- o..... i M I nm
r Key WeSt Sun,., Thur............ 00 I Ar Key\V>t wtMoS F-.......... sap
IA KH West Sun.,Th r................ 10 So Lv K.ey-W-.t, ",l. ... :..'.'.. "" .k
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.. ... .... ............... . r I ........
For copy of Local Time Card or other litormuat.n a, 1ye any Agent.
L 'D. RAHI R, Asat. Gn. Poa. Agent., ST. AUoGUSTaI ..
NOTE- .n. orler to make connection at Oranmre City Junction with Atlantic Coast In n
Train No. 35, the trails operated, on the Orana e City branch known a 4Nos. sand 4 wll runon
the following schlidule cominmenctng May 4, 13S: .. r..:,
No. 3-Lenre New Sm.vrna..... ....3 l0 pm No. 4-I-eave Orange City June'n... 251pm
Arrive runge ulty .......... 4 pi Leave Orange City ........4 34pm5
Arrive Orange City Juno'n. .4 ,,in Arrive New Sayrna..... p

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o aroun on 1aWin "Vol,
try patent nddiineisas) B o4
SAbout eight months a l
my bedsufearingdwitrle twrs

toldiane ofWinelof
.tie.,' Iam indeed gIt b# q-a *
first boMe ttartedi el roa
S ery. I a few week wa out Of tee et 4
in bettr health andstron-
ger than I bad been in .

S oc y, o Wine of ,U
Camdui and am kept in S'. riwa&9 e -' -
perfect health.
Wine of Cardu bring eertatin relief to womeM sBfeli any !
tom of female weakness perfectly regalsate the to ebr flow.
.tch x ei tnelig men ldS the womb eh pla : *| ee+, .
ifer every month ifot a medic.me. The te i ts
I be painless and healthy without contiual wea.kng d.aiu. ,Wn
+iardai will make your Iealthtrig0f a i4z nway t^rsitt
Sii yoir home. Secure a (W.otte in w
*n ay. AA/ks..


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4,0J^ 4_0,f GUAR1,.




~Iath
t dan y beg e an' in', .tlo
*be ai as'|lition fa fIrwy' Jraues
1 rCui.~a The commdinng o.f,'
o:f tIhe ,i- ldUa baa ordered that no
elo bu written home dutn& the ta,)

ratles 1t.e, a s tempo a`r toa

Slcloin t'She rif. dix er
ae of Ourtie Jbelt, who t under a
t managed w i tha t e ime, Mr,
ltructed the jit e n hisng attcent r





iwe amessentted cdttons 1g: Breatgt
nrty ande arpdn that court olythe
aThe etrdererst d James r. Marcutt
pwee an th1e comr^'"''ie^ur

ve ofuied, Ju ttt ll who w uer at
nt ciargeeted with the murder iMr
|)tt was excused.





eatd likewise.
SThe n ga jury wabs swoedM t
:30 o'clock and Judge Redwine Inp
et ucted the Jurois caning ateteOieft




oih lamenstale y u4 e t Fon y is Breat-t
unty and uregtyg that not only the
'iua. mnarddertrlot eaind B. Marcum
convicted, outeihat all who were ia
y way connected with the murder be
Wentdd r l riewise.
A Physician Healed.
DXr. Geoi. Ewing, n ma practicing physaican
of:S ith's Grove, Ky,, for over thirty
year rite hi personal expe o alence

ey and bladder trouble and enlarged
rotate gland. I used everything
own to the. profession without relief,.
t1 1cQntr"in eed to use Foley's Kid-
ey Cure. After taking three bottles
Pwa entirely relieved and cured. I
Majribeit now daily in my practice
Heartily recommend its use to all
al)ioians, for such troubles. I have
ribed it in ilibndreds of cases with
at success." Soldiby W. C. Wal-
.tug *torq.
= PiCKETT, NAVAL CADET.
Major M. T. Pickett Appointed
tshipman In U. S. Navy.
'ta. May 26.--Mr, Carl Pickett,
is, city, ha's received his appol t-
ent as midshipman in the United
:$tates naval academy at Annap6olis.
RHe won out in two examinations I,
the preliminary, ordered by Congress-
man L4vlngston to select the three
Ighe.st nhen, and In tie regular en-
rance examination, held for selecting
one of these three, Mr. Pickett was
Successful. He Is the youngest son
of Major M. T. Pickett. of thls city,
'Who was a gallant confederate officer.
Disastrous Wrecks.
Carelesnes is responsible for many
a railway wreck and the same causes
are making human wrecks of sufferers
from Throat and Lung Troubles. But
since the advent of Dr. K(ng's New
'Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds, evgp the worse cases can be
cured, and hopeless resignation is no
longer necessary. Mrs. Lois Oragg, of
Dorchester, Mass., is one of the many
whose life was saved by Dr. King' s
New Discovery. This grand remedy is
.gUaranteied for all Throat and Lung
diseases by all druggiste. Price 50o.
and $1.00. Trial bottles free.


Sla t' t1Be s1 vet at century t
the' fir't bein : pbtttatforml
suM$ iL gt^0 SIX tra'


et oIt ..-vier to,
let, the author' N-the ever mrei i'ble
1d~lhiu ai," ,He' dascribeo ",a lead r
of a faction" as one wvho "n ts the
psalm, and all l" party 9 g ,r him.
R He Is like a figureO: a.ithm0eti-the
more cipheshbe stands before the more
Itis value amounts to. He is a'.gr'at
haranguer, tal" s himself Into autholt
Jlty, aid, liMe a parrot ellmba wlthbist ,
aeak,. It is proba.ble, moreover, t4iat
'itrtat form of fhe platform waste ae
enticle or meeting house of the
rpn or Dissenter, for Butler, In 'l
hiritenpr 9f "The Seditious Ma4"P
^ t "lf he bie a preacher he l
ta'u'tage'of all others of his trlbe,
"hlt', bs.ss'iv'ay to vent sedition by
t e platform at th is
e 'no Pactical account. Stich
jigttek- ptsas there were outside parlia-
sient t6 intuience opinion were made ..
by mUeans of the pre"s, partly l)y the
book, partly by the pamphlet and part
ly by the journal.- C. B. Roylance Kent
hni Louguians. '
The lFirst Lawvbook.
Te' w\vell knowri Assyriologist, Dr.
Iug..g Winckler, published an account
'o the legislation promulgated by King
Antir:phei of Babylon, which, so far as.
Is known at present, was the first book
of Ilwiv ever given to the world. King.
Anmraphel lived 2,250 years B. C. and
is mentioned in the Bible as a contem;
porary of Abraham, so that his statutes
were drawn up fully five centuries be,
fore'the laws4of Moses. They number
282 and contain the following:
'If a woman who sells beverages
gives bad value for the money paid
her, she shall be throwp Into water,
"It a wife be a spendthrift or if she
otherwise neglect her duties, her hus-
band may put her away without corn-
pensnion, but if a man put away his
wife for no other reason than that she
has no children he shall return, her
whole dowry.
"If a betrothal be rescinded, the man
shall pay the woman compensation.
"A widow with grown up children
may not marry again without permis-
sion from a judge."-London Express.
Two Kinds of Wagr.
In an Iowa law court an attorney
was arguing with great earnestness
and eloquence. In the midst of his ar-
gument he paused a moment,4says the
Green Bag, and said:
."I see your honor shakes his head at
thatt statement. I desire to reanlirm it,
although your honor dissents.".
"I have not Intimated," replied the
Judge, "how I should construe the evi-
dence or What my decision will be fn
the case, ind your remrark Is uncalled
for."
"'You shook your hand."
"That may be true," the court re-
plied. "There was itly 1on my ear, arid
I reserved the right to remove it In any
iunlnuor I saw fit. Proceed( with your
argument."
Caleb Ca"khing's Dress.
Caleb Cushing's peculiar manner of
dress nnd his eccentricities were fre-
quently the subject of newspaper artl-
cles. Although quite a large and port-
ly man, hisa clothes always seemed to
be two or three sizes too -large for him
and of the cheapest material. ie al-
ways during both summer and winter
wore a large cloth cap pulled close
o0w, on his head and altogether look-
ed fuythlng but the brilliant Jurist
and diplomat One day, after reading
an unusually caustle.comment upon his
dress, he remarked to the writer, "I
guess by the time that ftool is as old as
I am lhe will care more for comfort


Alabama Municipal League. than fashion."
Tuscaloosa. Ala., May 26.-4tfe may :*
Or anIl board of aldermen of Tuscaloo. e-eis o eon an otrich Paras.
Ia have received an invitatiofIrom ft is no unco on thing to See A
"'i.ningha.m to attend the' third' an- male ostrich struttlug about followed
u- j meeting of the tLeague of Ala, by three or four distinct broods, iall of
uniati, to hln that fferent sizes. When the incubating
.tApa MuniclPalitlea, to-be held In thatla completed,, the cock blihl
process is completed., the cock ,blrd
c.ityon May 28. The lnvltattlo., has leads his young ones off and if ho
ben accepted 'by Moayor Cochrun,d pa ga
A he hopA that the board l a terrific combat with him. The vano-
So Ibe repreited. qutshed bird retires without a single
Not aj$lek Day Since, chick, while the other. surrounded by
*"I.was taken ve4y sick with kidney tle two broo d walks away trium-
trouble, tried all sorts of medicines, phaltly.
none of which relieved mne. One day I. Gave-aliase Away.
saw an ad'. of your Electrie IBittersand Afterprjirach'ing on the occnsion of
4etermined'to try that. After taking a 'the 'few doses I felt relieved, and 'soOn blihop authtpDed' the churchwarden, an
Iltereafter was entirely cured, and bave Oi farmifer, for lis share in tie good
-ot seen a siek day since. Neighbors of work. "And I must tthinik your lord-
,.itte have been cured of Rheumatism, ship for your sutr&m+ was the reply,
",einralgia, Liver and Kidney troubles "but I could not help thinking as you
sAid Geaeral Debility." This is what B, talked about lshi. that your lordlship
F. Bass, of Fremont 'N, .. writes must have been a little wiidlsh your.
Only F0c. at all drSggiilta .." ,. fsl when you were a young man."
,. M untcip l Cha r't e V'e ., .o P-w e l 4 *.
York.r44 Ptsema.
N4ew York, iA[y 2.-the two Pn "porotby always begins a novel iW
-'ed ;a.:. flfthleth 0 anal verstab ao e middWi."
granting of the first muncalc te hat's that for*'r
to D D.i-rtbeh settIers of. M'I- hAUatt "Wy, tlh' IW s tWo problems to-
is1en'd 1p4b cowenced yeaterdAy Ips ,eted o'en how te story will e4t
itf the ..--__ .. ',.. T :o
i l ee 6 me yotator. .rne. meiieal'*o tbe *fw. go -the


Mother: eChild
a ae both beefittoed by
S:..' '. the use of


'A HEUSERBUSteS



The use of this food product brings
robust health to all. Malt-Nutrine
contains 14.60% genuine nutritive
extract and less than 2% of alcohol.
Absolutely, non-intoxicating and
positively strengthening and Invig-
o0ating. Doctors recommend it*
All druggists sell it. Prepared onnly b.p


Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
St. LOula. ,U. A.
9reWrs of the fmoes Budwelaer, Michelob.
Blkfto 6 Tan., Pale-Lager, Faust, Aohe @e**r
Standard. Ljxport Pale and Ljcqulaltte.
Orders promptly filled by
J. F. EDWARIS, Wholesale Dealer, Gainesvi lie lan Ochi, Fla.


.0 0 Theytemporarily
..on ake disly ,,g.
kall byagitating t,'.-'
bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until the liver t
secretes enough bile to make the intestines
execute their natural functions. Unnat- '
ural agitation, caused by cathartics, compels
continual and increasing doses to
to the results.

S acts on the
Sliver t cures Chii;a
Sm and Fever, and every form of
it Malarial, Bilious, Remitting and Inter-
mitting Peyers, and, by going ti the seat of the
trouble, works permanent cure. PA O
,r byFIFJTY CENTS PBR BOTTGL.

'For Sale by, Johnson Bros,, Gainesville

i ^I^W^^1<1^^^


MAR, CUS


E NDEL


Gainesville, FIjrida


Men We Want to Talk To.
lml: b clir 1r H (I if cr<-y finan in i iawr'r///fe at(IN a ccti(hin'lj c,'r) rt-
(J 1cr./ n t0 ( in, Gi(w.hUI (.wu// w thi' pof die y lr 'fr in ilh el/l that
evcry wan "; (7i)'<1t> l/c o'idd si ei s fraijf. /h jt u/ r a u aircah wc.ik i'r Will 'pib/is a litte arfJ',.< t 1,1 hlin /V Si tI( /hls
wec/kst f'r.tue)i ifn dirc.f't d

TO THE MAN WHO'S SOMETHING OF
AN EXPERT ON DRESS.


Why are the beot-d ressed unin
1i1 Gaibuesville our patrons?
Why do experts on dress inva-
riably buy fromn us?
The answer is obvious-they
know what they want In cloth-
ing and their discrimination
tell's them we have it.'


WVffl IIventire to say that if / I
OltieionI wi re put/ o ri all Ihr, wii-
calfy- cartrfti/ i'resmfro5 n fit /ll(ia 'ii-
villr, in'lie'idw/I/all ofr ',rd/lti'fie//,
as to who .Sd/l th l'.t:l t iG nt "tttri'oIs l'swr ontd'f(
&<'; WHihy, Motrou IIM Kilf, iof


Speaking of experts o.clothling, WltTUhli O'AMI~ttf
,dit sil to ExpvrtS 0aett -.we h
f |tre6 ",:X t-a hClot ril#'a t Co ,d. of'

Al .th.,d rer t, .'eai ithi latbel: a

**, ;-. ENDEZW.. .
..O.t.ter ricuar Me 1 ,
a. .. ::ala^^ ^^ a. .^ a. a. i^


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"p $'~ '*~


H'ELP WANTKh.-M4A'IA
W ANTREn Men to learn barber ti1d4e. Yotra
satved, ',horoAinhy s,vstumtetle~. court.
lMtublishecdl ISM. Itranohes, Chloe 'o. St., o
ULouts, Sti kallctirvllon, On ela114. Intovuciulvemlt,
to uditstait tpIv'tulintss. utiy t. n ttS)T nOW
'Tools givei. 16ttt 1s w t'.hl. Pttrt.t ufttb
talmlled. Melt, 1t 1 i.\ltl-ttl'u T'OLrJclu. NOw..
r'l lims, lo.4 -%.
PIatNTINU.
IF YOU Wtant emat, up-to-now job erintina
Tun Sut ollce is the 1 l4M eo to get it.



Mathushek. Pianos,

NOTED FOR SWEETNESS ANfD PUII.
TY OF TO'QE, POWER AND
DURABILITY.

Uoat piano for this trying climate, stands
tune longer than other. eoparuoted of
bert materlual, and most arttisio
workmanship obtalnAble.
Up to daet in every
detail alnd iUnt-
eqUalod.
Sold by us conttinuously for
OVER THIRTY TWO YEARS
without,, a single failure. If you
want a piano for a lifetime's
service buy the
Mathuxahle kL T
Prices as low as icons o asontt with quality
cash or on esf terms 8ont on 1B 4ayk'
t rij., We bary frefiht. Write
for prices-t 'rOAY.


Ludden& Bates

Southern k81ic House,
SAVANNA[ GA.
JOHN D. MURPHY, Mgr.
ESTABLIHIIED 1870



AUrming Implements

Nails, Iron Wire, Pipe, Fit-

tings, Bolting, Pac ingoto.

Bought itn Car Lots. Sold in any



-let One of Our Cataloguei.

Baird Hardware Co.*
GAINESVILLE, FLA.




WAN TED'


ALLIGATOR SKINS,


WAX.
WOOL,
FU .
HighEst Morket Prices Paid,

D. Kit k lan d,us
o 41 to.oil .jt.ffaN l it.,
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In dyaune. eatoh Inertiom .'. .. '
PleAie answer Advertiate 'mea M 'o ddrepd
In the 'advertisement. '
SThe onaideno of all o ,poraO ins ertilni no-
t. ioe sined with Inttials wilt be respedtod
Their wi not be Ktven t.nltrrs.

DO' OU wint a sewing maehlne? If sO 4 not
buy uiutil you) httve seen we. I 05 sW. YTo
mOney.I 1 keep on hand %he bet lzaOMAS 0u.m
needle. attt hoient and filxturB tifor *"da
of mtohines. Old mahunobes to*n "X-
ohatnge. Seoond-hmnqi rsohiKDIg s 7syOut60
1imlne. Ctll on or nuddret 0. AC'i\. TKOMA5,
agent The SSitner Mftr Co.. P. Q4Box 175,
Gttlonevllo. Vitt. 4-7-d .tt .


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Te, At..atic Coss, Ae Rilt*4. 7 A
om r ttc. rmf r(m..0| s ta kW
!ri)I ,.ttler' ra$II from Obho' *'ii s ) how a 1ery $bagy sat try

...i K y., Ey ao li# ( 8|L, : bt *.,a 7 ,b JOb 8O .11,
nd ae' an"o.., j^ig. ib e Q tsa ibnt;, Fut S

I r '4oIn thee poiatson ,n dortih ofl0 of r t me ' adWoerseP th pit*i P a. W orP IkAse. KTber^ Wte P4
be. 01.sfo M
i Witht. wy, pto b P.ollownsg pat, In o th ... tbow*t .
r spo he fent of1 p ad A t oa.ma mheated IpO N. *tsoh i
.... tl, eis S l then Fna. s .
hob!" A i Waerse of. P01 nu are- Ii g ner' .aI2VEoF).h4
4.y d. st, whe foowig rates oder conditions o V FLORIDA
hresti feature ofs the ime e price paid fr ken Es and ot her Pp r U
t of the Rate-One-half tof *ow*kis tn, reMeire ma be, t hee
*m Program. W r h way fare, plusf...(. ... ..me but a C rt f 1t W"t ordl l.
rhe,,bes, weeni theyoung DAtes -,o8o, reo 1rm Floara e to a...raneti ..
*, .,e..'' -eoo tiw.., fw.- sI e -a d ..M.. ': `+ ,. :" "d W oni -e -R FOstA

Sbo"io-h :on is were 21,"19; August 4 and 1 oo ..g,
t9M June 1 and1,. 190 Octo .r6 -- a.. p of a t N 0
.to rer thei r friends to vie- 01 ee 8 d t rom,
2D, 19p -Nove ben7 9M y ioutop y t-. ....... .

pehe, itothe aiagpsl o". aP"s fmeu t owl o Call woe oo ror o rreep te Wl off r
S*ge noumber of cadets f ;or or o e GAINESVb LLE, -v FLORIDA
companies entered this Ontest. After pHere are some of the staplecro of' te .Wirs f kn beoa t
'Ite n .'es the prie, a ad-the different esectionsofthi thrrifrto Ti sta eat lwas mwa e haT P Tr PAD O IS A COTTON
flaedoerS cup sren t awarded th o Allo vegetables and small t ruits, stone This is altogether a pistace, In Sed or Lint, i.artg r 0Swal Qaaatti0e1

0ada( sergeant Henry E. Sherfey of peaches, pears, grapes, figs, orangca, for, although uder certain condion Aes uODBde. 1rchagef Firm ofers
sy -I u reea iofod citrus and other fruls, wheat, corn, deadly poison can be found I peach by leTter o ire.
,Tisoung man reved te other gains, tobao, coton, sto the s nOt sutleat to pro e e solicited,
wptgratqlatiou of his friends, for bthe ant... s rice the. ac.d without: ot.e ti.al ,
e deered ;pea ha, rice. t . ...
prise aes well deserved. n -The policy of the Atlantle Coast Lineof e wthot eproe -
Sthe oclston of the individual is to foster all developments along geds ermentdeatn wthere i e ne en-e ET
)est there .ws an exhibition drill line. at all of pr e acid In the .-E- I I I
A 1 ad B. Company A was. under It claims that It is Lt dgreatett chan. _
ild of -ad "a"iapta"io W. B.Penm trucking road in -Ameriaad L. pro- tere.
and Lieutennts Zewadskl and garden and orchard pro uets to the Irate ndlrd .(to. cple who are '
WWo 5while.".Compny! B wa com- northeTn markets in the bet.s possible taklina a love'.walk onahl propert)-- -Jack so nville's Finest
eded by gOde Captsin A. Herzog condition, in shortest time, and at low-. Now thui.en. cact you read?
tcijvirst^ ^*" And



*fLieutenant LeRoy B. Giles. et rates. morous Youth-Oh, yes. we can A
In no part of the country is there ead ,th
I bth. compnes a re d gra a abundance of game and ftih roate Landlord-Then gotothe end VLORIDA'S LARGEST AND
cthe ...ps.they were othsa. than on this 4ine.
; apIlauded and cheered, and Northern farmers are invited o t road a read theROU tereD HOTEL
,. were herzti encouraged by t or= the territory of the Atlantic Coaste saysePrlvate, d and heroE aCLES- -O r
SrLi. here & CULLENS Owners and Pro to
IfWO .e e, the jud4s. Onaly '"T0"THE MANA E SeOTION. I as iweet B % e. B .-.


awarded-the .nrsi!On*il: of' el14noy, to On BWay Betillers aud found-Trip member of te CjanS. 'donut you sup- A
CompTany B, though the contest was a "Hp Si kers' RtMs. pose tbee will come a time when all Un
very close one. The Sea.bard Air Line allway have the coal and all the coal el tored away n B C M ll e i
Major VW. L. Floyd and Captain arranged the following atthiUtive rates in the earth will have become exhaust- U -
eorge M. ynch of the faculty and to Manatee, Braldentown, Ellenton and ed?"
Sergeant t Major W. T. Whitney and Sarasota, Fla: "Certay," said the Instructor. h
olor Sergeant Allan Graham of the "what will we do thenresale Lq r Dealers.
!. e o aFrom Ohts .o River Gatey aps. t. We shall be playing harps. I hope." ea Lq
ncho acted ats spokesman forapte One-way settlers' tickets endorsed --iieago Tribuue.
Lynch acted as spokesman for tthe ,0 . p 000
.dt asi I 's second elass, not good in parlor or BottPerl of W J. Lemp Brewing ompan St. Louis
comitee, andtok o on in his seepng cars, to be sold to all points That ettled . J. Lep Brew g Compan St L
elquent remark to comment both e U S. & W. I. R. Rand S. 8. Husband-oure not economical. Bee rade Ou special
S.companBie for efficiency, which he de- Co: lne at rates based one-half of the Wife-Well, if you don't call a wom- Beer. Key Trade Our Specialty. PiceS
lared .could not be excelled in any firtlass limited fare, plus 2.00. an economical who saves her wedding on App ication.
school in the country. The remarks Tickets will be sold on the first ad dress for a possible second marriage pp t .
f Captain Lynch "ore received with id ke to ow what you think econ-
great enthusiasm were third Tuesdaysnof each month, to and omy is!-Philadelph la Inquirer.
e; i udnet19 1246to1258W Adams st, Jacksonville ia
,. At the Seminary Hall sast night the N otern seeke rs- ae inkets to Amthe World' 'Po e Sop. 5 W .
mem nbers of the Sophomore class on Parrih, Ellenton, Palmetto, Baidten. Beo-R-- er i, not an uthor: e
S tertaned crowded house, and the town, Manatee, Oneco and Sarasota a born chemist.
II 0,ty eveon geid Gainesville & Gulf Railway Comflpany









denc: of the aliliy with which th ,,, for the round trip. Tickets will e- e iovel e writes becomes
S have been instructed during the be sold on the first and third Tuesdays a drug on the market.--Broklyn a- Time Table in effet january 4,192
r term. of eaeh month, to and including No- gle. _______Time Table in eect January 41902
---- vembr 1th 1908, with Dfnal limit
|.. COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT. T.entY-one days from date of sale, A 3w reet .. No. No 5
S-- Tioket will be good to stop-over on Madge-Don't you-think a girl should Ny o. 4. No. 2. N. 1 3 ly
i Graduating Exercises of This Depart- Seaboard Air Line ralway en route on marry an economicalman ... Daily Daily. STATIONS. ail" Daily Exc'0t
meant Will be Held Today.- going Journey wltb fifteen-day Dolly-- pose so, but it's just aw- Sunyday y
miw t transit fl be to
SO t then most important and in- The Seaboard Air Line. *iailway 1ulr ltL.f t .------------, -- -
terestig feature of the m nc have issued some very attractive ad- Lv P vPM Lv A M PM Ar P A r PM
ment program of E]ast Florida Semi- wrtisi b ae l oer tl- t e 45. ..... ............. -Irleld.......... ...:, ..... 600
1.0 nary are the graduatingexereise ofthe hrought the ort L, East ad orth- ... e ..Irvne............... .... 5

commercial department, which will be west. "ad M .. Diseases cred by ....... . D ...... .... .. ......... 4
held at the emiiary a 0 o'clok thi ... 56
r r. old. E ls solicitor, used to say "Co an I to ....... ........0.
oereh dbrint ruetio las torun J,1.1 a In.'S reqiulremC~ta for goAngoERALW0w88 .........................1
/.. soots, Fla: .......................................................................
thfe blc instruction of Projf. J W. t) F ir number, and he summed Tfb eso|t bealliag ae ian th o ld. h4a p ... K rk od 505
i rinson, and those who attend the ex- ih (u up as follows: First, plenty of Td etoId *, tltI T It. t 50 ..... ....... .. lytt ........... 5 00
comp er'eso today will agree tlht this etlH- moon.y; secondly, plenty of patilymen Ie ofulo h Towr. G.. wrte. 8 5 .. * .m......Flawellen.......... 4 .5


i ent instructor has acicomplished good thirdly. a good case; four y, good 0 .......... ... ... ....Wa hoot .. .. ........ . 445
work, solikcitor: fifthly, plenty of money; got Al r . .. .....Rooky P it...... .. ... .... 4
....- a .1w ,Iis *W.u 4 a f ,t x ...............
x. counsel; seenthly, it 1000 v L 6 85 ... ... Oa I Ue......
A n .... h u'it i.., .... qu. d y --.:,-'i.u -'.,, ,^ .rs.t.matndris unthly, good judge; tenthly, plenty m< m Ma 'o i _- 7t 10 .. .......m ...gyoo j e 1. 8 8 1
41.-, " , ,fmory. _.ile+ u.lF f__ t. 41 . 8 1 7 ...........Graham. .... .. 2'8 17 I
' mm: t.'at hdoI t i' int"l", ,"t t ...l dodd. iww"tpewh Pd'Io,25Om12,4.,,,. ",',,.. 4 ).r U M" W O ut, I24 0 7 r 35 ... .Satp8< on city- ,. 810 .... .

ThA' .-Irg 1r-0c^n mru T1e tep ktki.s, "isn't Tt a pity that the morning ----- .9Lakee ity,3. 8. c. *' a.3
J ".,AuIin"., HtL ti t s tre of t loAl ua llu areso much behind. time'?' W M. AND. RS-N : aS F.I f 6
;it-! 'YUl t-y of 'lwntl is- tmuls~y t~l |no ., they. never print Ihe name of . 8 a 1 I P ..... -MA G. 8 o ... i8.0 .....
S- tr e great n ad cion t4 hie th i .mi" ir of horse race until the i' tc.to. t .. 1 .. & .. ,"-.-r Pl ,-. A" ,"m.'. 'I A hu,. o...,
Idalstnansam io n -net dayvwhen It Is too. latito bet* L
an's pnart Th.t jut a he took her :t wen 0 1 l0 l w ElectrfC BefTs aal sgilar A3I flls Thalia and 4will not run between Gain vIl ad FlfMeld o ,und a
et, 'it oc c wred. to her that ie might Ge. t t"" "A eLn J 3.G nA AM Prsen d n
.... < ave t iste..a Ith t a tien. ha Vllie- an. people leave parts of Electrio Iigh.yiringa spe-iaet1y., F. HILL, Agent. R ."JAI B.zGrinAH ," President.
Sgh t di h, r tlg heft themselves o dlferemt places? AII- work gur in eordanc, .--- --. :.
4i- et w,, a m lidd. rVile r: he a--No.. .lh)tb~rkdh us' with: th Southe t ru rifA s--.n .


B do *. ptut cold war?' ET "ALLei,.. Ph" I -_ M ,, .* i. I rJ '
Once euor e tok her seat, delight- Kind lady-Of comre not. 'You ca t r
.l w1ththhe air of general Interest, and have as niny cuptuls as you want..- *: '* Ua, COW
.... n;_____. +With,,t

the rear of the 'orm "came .the. Chl
'. M1kno, t ambitious woMes. n
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T.. OAREN. ENNER3
-1jpf y to investigate Receipts, i
STBn: a I find in your dail)$ of ,
Sa irile signed by W.. J (J Ow
iNte WhAh, for boldness and Muns1. 1 e1 4 a
tikB aeioni ,to ..say the least, ", ',"-- --- fS Sa\" -- .
*hould be tken with the proverbial V%* J u.O
o h of aote. 4 not believe tMhat sT
fiiven him htbi*ityof investing ;St NwSyl *
ioeir roeptshe more sopeially: o .' o r .o.SO..
hen theWtIoklunt only potent that 0C........ riWoat AB'Ap,
v he s not only opposed ato the s .aloonse l o p te a e 4Uta t c 103131 BJueOaO qrAJnBm ILtu sA
here, but that he has d. ll occasions o I S r oas. J. t. P mRsn,
`P*es*4 li01w s o Pa"o 1cbq see N i
Suosed his influence against them, and McroaV kd4toynde* u$41ip 5 could
for him thus o say that the saloons of t S Sd heBa l Ow . .. .STr
i this eity make a profit of $4,000 each storedme. G.WAGONE, Knorsile, Pa." S6uth Side Square, Galneavlile. P1
lan be but hi' own assertion without Druggi00 ak tor Book- '
any proof of the verity of his asser* ST.YITUS' IEa5e".'relJ- Barnes.o ro bal Trn Sm .'
Itlon; bu.t admitting that every word r Brui o..
K that he6.ays is true as to the profits, -
et.,t of the saloons of Gainesal.le. 3:. w. PATTON.
;:where does it leave the taxpayer who i C IVIL XNGINiEURWAND SURVEtYOR
pays the piper? Does it in any way re., onGAiUi oaeA.
i|ve him of the burden of supporting leveee Dealr In rea i.. ..t Thoroughly posted
.S i re the be wai every seloi id n Alathua ounty.
Se State and county? D.oes it in.any- ,min a have dver lb nhe boux,. at Corres idondaoe solllaet. .
hirt his ai of taatin?. Tt w meir wife' was traatio .with bh a --1-O.
shift his load of taxation? It t6days. she trled some oultCAS ARE TSj
n pesinotand we will show that it does rI Ly r*, v i-PSit4lo 10er ea4 41m t Uj IPPA
not by voting against the selling o '' 0en FUNIMen IPAo aW
whisky In any way relieve him. Now, Pttabur ae A t c. Plitatur. Pl ad Mwde New.
a Wrding to the reord, there a reC LOOKING GLASPIS RE-.SLVERAD.
,operation eleven. salons in thiod .IC We buy or sielWfr ture, or can contra
Ehith you on the ob you1on basoa. Patrona e
County. Each of these aloona pay ta so, nested and satlo i n6 always.
-the Ska te Wio, which Is a i ,500..o Eao AM P. TAVZ -- ---
S'payr theconty $250, whioth s 2,7:50
and. ho saloons are operated inl in jO A E PAINNO SAND
.oorported towns, eaforh. townh ie -,.l PApis iANGING



shape of taxation, which is paid 0tef foo htO oi p uao. '. WAtr. P alAMuLnT. aai toL","
the expentee of the state. county fnd /*' gi 1
city government, 'making a& total of w111m1r WALKEK & SHAYLOR
#8,) thnu collected for the privlege rgBB a aATmrTlrI ST
of see liig lquors, wines, beer,' etc h uI ATTOI -AT-LAW,
all ot which, used for the purpo 0o emb acksonville Florida
aiding in meeting the load of taxat. R1 MtSa or Lpoi-PnoA.
four usist,' 4-8-02o
imposed upon all alike. Now, wha ibent 15 p1.h wrapper,
does thevo f the dry tng of the dry icket mean a i o r AFE BELVWEDRE,
from this view of the taxpayer? Does tf r al r seat onerqa e
it mean that our taxes- shall be ess.. - ... .. -- .. WM. S0oI4,ER. Proprietor.
Does it mean that the sum of $8,000 TO THE PUBLIC. 12 W. 'orsyth it, Jacksonville, Fla.
shall be deducted from our taxes? .Opposite Postoffioe.
Doesit ean that by so voting that We,the undersigned, hereby agree --
the p e andorderof the countywill topay $1,000 to any manufacturer of Best dining pace in ity. Fine
be such that the county and State paint who can show, by similar tests, Wines, Liquors ai4d Oigars.
taxes will be reduced by this amount? any paint standing upon any metal .. .. .... .
I say nol but it means that our taxes surface as perfectly and for so long a T'HE WEST ENI),
will of a necessity be increased bytime as our T FINE W3NES. L1QUOR8 & IOIGA
this amount; and why? I say this is 4*APH 3E ELASTICPA T. JOHN KEN BtS. Proprietor.
simply this-that iow with this tax We guarantee GRAPHITE ELAS* i19.2i1 W. iay at., Jaoksonvllle,
collected and u~sed in psvngthfe enx- TIC paint to contain xo tar, rosin, as- Dn'
ore looducts on, Faust beer, bottle and (rauah
senses of theunty, that for long pa or any of the products of Faust beer. ot nd drought. Don'tvill
time our county fund (and of which petroleum, and when applied to any ____aw. e
this tax is a part) has been overdrawn surface aBcordlingo our directions to
and there has been, a deficit in the wear perfectly f6r a period a five "W'H N 1N JACKSON VIi.J
same, and in order to meet this ex- years, and we agree to furnish, free of --Visit the--
pense there must necessarily be an in- charge, all paint necessary to repaint THE ORYSTAL SALOON AND ROOF
crease of taxation. Can our people any, surface where it has proved de- GARDEIN,
endure this increase of taxes? Can fecti they afford to deliberately say by their The National Paint and Varnish Co.,' tainment every night at Rloof Garden
votes that we will increase our taxa- Cleveland Ohio, U. S. A. Theatre...
tion to the amount of $8,000? I do WWe take pleasure in announcing that tra OLD RIeLIAL o
not think so, for I am satisfied -that we have secured control for Alachua
ot tax now is as much as it should county for the sale of the celebrated TIN. BSHi1brInTAL AND
be, being i6e mills on tht e dollar. GRAPHITE ELASTIC generallyy PLUMBING ESTABIM1HMIWNT
Ad i i c e t known as Unlen Sam paint.) This "e
And again it is contended that paint has the highest endorsement for
there will be a large saving in the ex- tin and iron roots and all exposed BATISFACTION GQtUAIANTcED1.
penses, of our courts. This may be metal. -.
true under the following conditions: T. F. THOMAS 0 & CO ,A u rS. - qogee and MnuT
That is, vote the county dry and when Gtainesvllie' Fla.
so voted dry allow, as was done on a -- ...'oo..... ..ar.4.,,,,, , .. oF_ _U S.
former occasion when this county went l-
dryso-alled, one to .sell whisky, etc., t -
free of any license and without any P L L A d S Slon a O
restraint, but now say that if this coun- Jackson villa, Florida .
ty is voted dry and the law is enforce
with any degree of strictness so as t ." : '-" "
punish the sale of whiskey, etc., thaf A ., U ]f[omehantsLnch frm12 to 2p.m.
in that case the expenses of our courts' "" va 1 ta"s
will b' so largely increased that there B"olo"ay Bh
will be a necessity of a further increase 'rtir f- ported Wurbergr o Beer orlrau gh
of taxes to the extent that tho law is IJ I ,
samer rfnfre


The saloon business in this county is
under control. Do away with the a-
io0on, therefore have the illigitimate
sale and promiscuous distribution of
i-tiky, etc., throughout the county,
from which not one cent of taxes. will
be in any way derived. I write this
simply as a business proposition do-
'nated 'to thetaxpayers of the countyV
. will knowing that they are an intelli-
.itpeplte, well: able to digest thlii

question and also knowing full wUll
S'hat olly one s+de of this question
S1whlih so largely concerns them has
ei" n presented to them, 'in. submit-,
ting the same to.the cofisideration of
the people of the couantyI am,
Moss Axox.
World Widl Repuitattn.
White's Ce Vermfge has
Sa hieved a world iJ6 reputation as
bein the besi-t of l worm destroyerm
...aad Ita os ifaenoe on weak and
1tthr ir (rirlea
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COmplete stock of Furmi.
tu r, 8tove, eaters, Do
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i Z1M 3S 9 0 Ar. l Otimore.M P. M .......... .. IL y 6 Sa1 5
SO 1s Ar.P i i)0 d,iP a .... ...... ... .... "Lv.. SM 3 310 0&
Nos 1a io 8n 'd"Tle Soutborn hit liowttti." Solid veNtibuieOl t raln ofatPln a w
rooi. ooinpartment, New Yori. -Arrive8 dally.exept Monda.ys, leaves dtlly except tpndaltyi.
Nos. 8 and 34--aNew York and Fliort1a Ixpres." Plhulluim drawing rootm Hleeplnaonrvit. nd
.tntni oars between JitokOiwvnlle' arl New York. Ooaobhes botweeun Jackutaonvllle 4n( Wasi-
No<. Z) andl --"Wc hipton between JaitsonvilJe iand New Y'ork. Cuahes between Jaoksonvlle a ud Wahhliiitf ton. lAlntg



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SW p L .. ................ pk oville. a....... O. Iiy........... Ar. .12) 0 a
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s .10 a A ............. ... ..... tnoinnti. Oh. i ..... ... ...... Lv L t
Nos. 2. and 30--- lduuilui'diwlgr *oe rand buffet a eeixig car between Jatokesnvrlllo and
Cinoinnatl. r .:
No JN.111 n4ttweHaJksom'lie asdl the North mtud West [No.i[ Noe 1
oo t a 104 L ltv. .Jesup ,(.... ...... ........ .... ......Ar.
p V a Ar. Mt o naGio.......... .............. .... ..... ...... .
6 (0 a Ar. A tht et O.............. ........................
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Sla o Ar. DaitonG a... ......... ......................... Lv
1 0 4 Ar.O tia oor. Ten ... ........ ............ .. Lv.
'40 a 1 p Ar t', taom .. ...... . .................1....,... .... Lvl,

10 a b8a0 p Lv. O onnotli, Ohio .... 1.. i Four..... ....... ,.. . ... ., .. pr
S0 10 a hAr. Iehicat o, o. I .. ....... .our.. ....... .. ..... 14,
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800 lp A646 Ar. levelandOho ......... .. ... ,.,...Lv.

7 80 a 0p Lv. Lexington, ........ Sor .y '."Ar. 4 11 5
10 Bb b I A r. .Louisville .. .. ... .... ... ... ... .. v. 740, .
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...... 78o At tempo ig. T n s,., anon .. .9 .......*.**<* v 0 as
NpU i -'UIa an< tnuJori a 8Poioaid V94t0ti v troom eeoJatwo
and ltiol n'atl. Arrive* daliy exoept Molnday 1111aves daily exoeet il iA14, toi, ll
drawinll room eplepntl ars to Clno to vAl UiI Four: to 0lqveland vltn.Bltf SO t t
vi Jen-Iallvvantia Lnot. ,lAbrry o servailon oar to Loulville. ir 2-olt 11 borouh, oa
to Obhttot aowas. lIninfe oar to0 Onoinnmiat. Also Tuladay. Thutry a iM tur l U t
Nom. 18 Ita in4-"Tbe Flord Lolttot." Solid v80 itbulR traln. hPltmnan DrtaWin roos p+ .
lair oar, .-FIlrt-ollma thoroubit are oOioeho and dining oars between Jasku okuotuvill d a 0l 1o4-" "
nati. 'hronuKh Pulbean draw nr room nleoplng ocar t Ohloatro via 0C H. A D,-MonoX 0 0t0 to ..
Sa TJ 1I.. Lvijacklionv 110,P'Iu ...... y....... ... ... ............ ., I ... .pA 'B0 81
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Jaekonnv rlie ainil l|HIM < uty, D1lnl1 < l'or, Dtilly. 'ir
iineilk ('e.r'. ApptIy to ooy' iakot, Agont for Resiorvatlon, .
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moreU WRI5 V 'g
Risis )aud Wiler of Xsnn Fm15 *
--oppii the city ieiarday, vision cop .r41r
0O, e s, thil ,*ka, )*0k o Z"e wgeg stere & tow n
lef'business trip to RUOhlcle ye)te7C5rI .9

8t ,.'2 0.. the merchant .of Are-. ba ie vi
.4'o ...do, i a/ bi ess visitor tor th1 i 0it h4tIg sti lf4 agfe
0 .. .. tItyyto
city yeooerday. ay (ver erpec4 to-s
AD $OqAL ITEMS, Sarn Bareo, ~rnrerly of this pity but *
ow of Ocal s, is the city, the guest Op.t. ., ri rui
SHappened nd What is Going ofilip McArthur. In opito was t t o ra
Sp e in Sho Paratgr hs -Mrst G. Bice, formerly of this citys, 0ir in'e t Jry. :l
Sh.o". F'Ma ead" buhtd nowe of High Springs,wasa visitor to. t il whgt ere several
h.u. '. to thiscity yesterday, : onr a p tra to
S.. .. L. Ottenso ser of Ocala is attending Arl*ht '
1With shmian & 11111. the commencement exercises of. Eat O. s having become
elp of Alhua ws n town Florida Sxmnjiy in thi. city. N.. i con t rh of usines
S.* Aed for the mpast fiew months, d partgX ya r
All non-daning marriedcouple$a, teayd.forNw York, ferqiiI
0 s' for' Eleve ball on sale at cordially invited to attend the grand eauporate. o r' a few dadys. e,
& Averai1's. 8t Eleve ball Thursday evening, May .28, peat to be ent about two weeks.
g ~t ite 1seee 1Moyers about those con- 1908, at 9:830. 8t Th excusion b to aeeks le
lg awonedeparted yesterdquick Rev. L. R. Lynn, frmerly of High the aboardd Air Line May 800h, will
oY Springs and Mikesville, but now of b the flrsit f the season, and a great
f1 a briefbusines tri to Tampa,. Iatka was registered at the Brown ay will doubt take adana o
Mani ... ....doubt take advantage. oN
M(s. Madle.- loud of High Springs House yesterday. the oppiritty tovielthe q et-polli
*at thie Brown Houseoyesterday.. Misses Pearl and Hfzel Price of Lake at the low r.teof $t.O for e round
i.. rown, Jr., of Rocky Point. City and Miss Eloiso P.ric of ld-I trip.. Tiok@wlll be good. returning
as 'Wamong. the visitors to this city nopyAre visiting Mispse Myrtle and until June ~,inclusive. 4t
trday. Alma Fennell .i this city. M. rd the cleverag t
|iiiook Wanted-For hotel at High Miss May Gould, an accomplied the Arm u. 4ar Lines,' who l now
rings. Mrs. L. A. Casey, High young lady of High Springs,, a making hsheadquarter at cala, was
If ,- F ,amping those who honored the couny ia the city yesterday. He states that
A. L. Medlin, a naval stores operator capital with a visit yesterday, t h) anUtalpupe crop in Marion county
if? Otter Creek, was among those who Mott of Lake City is inl town. is rapidly tmaturing, a4d that ship-
i Ite4 the it yesterday He is a blf.cksmnith, and has a jiew, ments by refrigerator process will be-
S, 3. H. ,y of Micanopy was in the processof tempering steel, which hIe gin at onee. It is understood that.two
city yesterday. He was en route from pays is the finest ever invented, carloads of cantaloupes left. xford by
lith Springs, where 'he has been ori Wm. Lit1ledale, the successful rep- refrigeration last night.
Ssine s resentative of the big candy house of A LittleEarly Riser -
Profs..8-. Elli of Melrose aidl Siith & Turner, Jacksonville, 4w. Now and then at bedtime will cure
^A. Ormand of Windsor were among working the trade. in- this city yester constipation, biliousness 'and Jiver
those who registered at the Brown d trouble. Witte Ea
ysr .da, troubles. DeWittes Bittle Early
..... y~eeay. "J. O. RhodeA, the clever representa- Risers are the famous litie pills that
p Bloyd N. Pearce of Alahua, one of tite ofl R. M. Hughes & Co., eiderand oureby arousing the seorettons, ov-o
the ;ng:!. ng merchants of that town, vinegar, Louisville, Ky., has returned ing the bowels gently, yet effectually,
was among those who paid GalnesvUlle from a suneasstful trip through South and giving such tone and 'strength to
a vlst yesterday. i rid the glands of the stomach and liver
F ora" .that the cause of the .trouble :as e-
S Prof. Fred Kann of Jacksonville, The seaboard Air Line will run an moved entirely, and if thoir.see is on-
representing Ludden & Bates' "South- "xon trI0n to Jacksonville on May 80th, tinued fora few days, there will be n
i rn kMulol House, was in the city ad theound trip rate from a return of the complain So by
i.*.business yesterday. i*i will be $1.50. Tickets good re- od om
i Jstiloe3. A. Ohamblin of Archer, turning to June 2 inclusive.; 4t HELD AN INTERESTING MEETING
I-b6 of th. most competent officers. in Single young. men will- find the
S the county, was moing those who paid oztest ornied rooms at p'ihe Twentieth Century Club Suspend fqi
:the etOuy capital a vislt yesterday. Brown House Annex, 76 .,cents per Summer Months..
When you want a' pleasant phyio week to $2. Also several room for The Twentieth Century lub held
n w A. h light .housekeeping. Apply ,'Brown TheTwentieth Century Club held
Ohambdrlainis Stomach and r ouse oi1ce. ". its regular fortnightly meeting at the.
leaan in e t.For sale by all The' Ladies' M nary Society of residence of Mrs. 0. A. Cololough on
,ruggists and medicine dealers. the Presbyterian chUrch will hold its Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. A
IA temetwber the grated excurslon: over regular monthly meeting a'tthe church goodly num r of ladieswere present
the Seaboard Air Line to Jacksonville, Wednesday evening at 4 olock. Her- an responded other rol call with ap-
ay 80 The round trip will be only alds will please report. All ladies are propopriat0 qotatio s.
S 1.5., and tickets will be good until cordially invited. 2td After dispensing wich the regular
uI e 2 Tiket.~good on any train. 4t Dr. Ef H. Pound departed yesterday to'u l, the literary program wasb
S IIH. McOlamroch and sister, Miss for Seabreese, where he will stand the thken up. This consisted of three
All o, arrived in he city yesterday examin.ation before the Stat Board e teretings.paprconsisteding of three
Board very interesting papers treating on as
from Amory, Miss, Miss Alice has of )ntnExam tr The State Dental m subjects, an instrumental soloa
been sojourning in that city for "the Soiety will coneehe in regular annual violin solo, na vocal selection and a
past few weeks, where she was the session at Seabreeze today. recitation. Each member performed
gueseof relatives. Mr. McOlamroch J. W. O'Leary of Savannah, a reo- the part assigned her in a manner that
t merely went to Amory to accompany ta ranit man of fine expeence, has betokens the interest she feels in the
the young lady homo. accepted a position as manager of the success and life of the club.
S Hon. Henry S. Olhubb departed Mon- Continental restAura&t. He will no This meeting closed a very inter-
i day for Winter Park, where he went to. doubt make many friends among the eating and auccesaful term of the club
attend the commencement exercises of patrons of thi. popular resort. work, and the members will resume
-.Rollins College. He isa a member of J. A:. Breniier, formerly of this city their work the first Monday in October,
.the boar I of trustee of this institu- but who is now hduocting a barber after their summer outings, with re-
"'; tioh. and naturally ma ifest a groat shop in Jacksonville is with his fam- newed energy and ambition.
[" dealof pride in the school, which is fly here fora few dys. Heie not only Cures WhenDoctors Fail
one of the finest in the South. aflrst-olass barber, buta good musician Mrs Frank Ohiasson, Patterson, La.,
'. Dr. f. D. Teich, president of the as well, and is here as a member of writes June 8th, 1001: "I had malaria
|.Florida State l)Dot.tal Society, departed Sohubert's orchestra, one of the finest fever in very bad form,' was under
(t Monday for Seabreeze, where the so- musical aggregations in the South, treatment by doctors, but as soon as
Society will convene in annual session to- His friends were glad to see him. stopped taking their medicine the fe er
l'day Dr. J.. H. Alderman also expects Coos, WobtE. Davis and E, C. F. would return. I used a sample battle
to make his departure today. 'e is San. ned yesterday from e, found it helped me. Then
f.onet tle moft t prominent .otbero -' ark h .hey ave been on pro- cured me. I feel grateful to you for
ot. only of the society, but of the pro- fessional business before His Honor furn4ahing such a splendid medicine,
fe. ion, "the State. Judge Wills. They state that the and can honestly recommend it to
1M. L.I Moore, a member of tlhe naval Judge is comfortably situated in hi ose suffering from malaria, as it will
si ,tores fLrm of M. L. Moore & CuO., ex- t.newqiurters in the court house of tleat Johnson Bros. ,


S tensivo naval stores operators of ito,. 'rtford contynthiy d that he appears . .
Baseball Note's.
S ohelle, wa a visitor to this city s 9"' y glad at at opportunity to meet as
S toerday. The weather having lit tast the minmbersof the bar regardless of Live Oak h.s a fine team and they
become favorable, the naval tor the work it po upon him. expet to walk away with t a
1 li-" ,t irts .' 1o s upon him.
-.business has again assumed a substan- J, E. Wells of Archer, the elicient talls today. .
S i' ba sis and as a cousequenco Mr. bookklepet for C. W. Bauk ghtt tingr third basomanmut h has'thgome-
"ptO e. is happy. spot Sunday in this city with his hppe ll p for Live Ok to-.
J, 1B. McDonald of Prairie Creek was ily. He reports that the crops iii the aY :Tat is toot. "
a visitor to the eity yesterday. Iet is vicinity of Archer tire growing nicely, k.rt'ster will pitch for the Oak
p Xa member of the Kelley.McDonald with good pros eets- for a fine harvest. -llorter wi .
l'' aber Comtpany, and stated that th ataloupe and watermelon cro h ho Ris
Mwtt plat of th company started thie s also rapidly mnaturini and, although tokes on shorts all iht.
s ans ,t,.here ly srltinedca ay Litet tp.a ;ftsh.
eteay There ha been colo.it the acreage is comparatively small, OW ap. o)" 0";6_" Wilt
: slidaerable delay in the starting of- this th ied proportionately will be good The old favole ',ooey" will
StlUl, but n trouble is anticipated inland bidfair to be profitable. wcat ,. at e nou n i. l,
fUtuare, as th'e machinery wasplaoed in ryan, t e. re.stn rant man who Dat hBoe n in"e r ad "r wl wh
absolutefrsbtclasscoiditidu before be- ~~as been connected with the Conti- eaA them a p gn tl l .
I placed in ration, -ental up to a few days ago, has rented I l a o e. '
0I p ed, h Poimillivilo or Stillwater, te roomn in the Williams block, oppo- affo to tsiss it. and
t .a having pet ver site the Brow House, and weill open a rTheadiisi ii centn anop
with the beit doctos. for. stomach 'tlrs.t-lass restaurant. Carpenter this year the association h. decIded
r*rk ible, without rellet, was advised by were busy yesterday altering iat sn- to charge 25 cents 4xtra for the ad-
S|am druggist. Mr. Alei pr thplac, aird r. dryan e x- ision pf -arria ge.
V4ya box -of Ohabti.VlaWin' S0mniaeh h Fo6e tm M r n
|.Live.r Tablets. H4 '4 so, and is a f pe to opea, fur business, on Satur-. "or Ov" y.ara ?0
Ilmatn todlayi. .If ttbld with iu.i day. lie will no doubt enjoy a suees.. rs., Winalow.'s; g rip
on,, bad taste. lit..oI" ot~.Luh, I fut business, as hle thoroughly under' been nUedi y chiM i t.thi

0tn b r 1 1 iese
M'A' Wonrol i Z

-launrsi~iNOR


u teir~ jrt0 tp ;pR, sy.ap r tprae e
said fiitlh Soltse the eq0pl 4b *be

aotiet tgfl ea, tv:b e to
greatest q tueO ir*ai thefc tk!or,*i
ri Sow toenter grades for which y
were not'l sufiieletly prepared. a O" m
sequently, effort! have, been ade tob
inoO, definitely fix the ,: standat for
pro oiojnes; and as a resal fi(t,
mamy' have failed to meet the re-
qqiiired sut4rdi, among the number
children of the priolipal and the onl
petintiedent, some lacking in only one,
branch, These ciildrn1 musth make up.
This deficiency during thevapation or
ihey will be required to do it In tha
same grades which they attended last
year. This way seems to some a little
harid, but the good of the child and the
*ood of the school are the only objects
I* yiew. An entrance exanination
wilt be required of every student. h o
has not been promoted. The q1sto191s
fr)r these examinations have already
been. prepared and more method than
ever before, has been exercised in theIr
preparation.
For the bnflt, of those who were
not promoted and Awish to be, and also
for the benefit of those who have been
promoted and wish to stand high in
their classes next year, Miss Shannon
has decided to open arprivate school on
'une 8th, provided she can secure a
sufficient number of students to justify
the undertaking. Miss Shannon is
better prepared to ,lo this work than
any other teacher who is not a -mem-
bei ofo the faculty, because she has
discovered the needs of the students
with their teachers. It is also possible
that she may be able to- communicate
with other teachers aund promote. stu-
dents at the end of.four, six or eight
weeks, She : has authority, on her
certifloate,'to promote students to the
5th grade, and she has authority to
promote to any grade with the consent
of the principal or the teacher of the
grade from which the students is to be
promoted. .
Those who wish to avail themselves
of this opportunity will do well to call
on or address 'a card to Miss Shannon
at once or she may make other ar-
rangements.
SIMONSON'S SALE DID IT. .
Effected a Permanent Cure WhPen
Twelve Doctors Had Failed.
B. B. Virling of London, Miss., und&-
date of April 21, l.., writes:
"J3.Simonson, Gaineoville, Fla.:
"Dear Sir: I write to express my
deep gratitude to you, for your won-
derful salve has cured a sore on my,
foot from which I have suffere "great-
ly for five years. Twelve doctors have
been working on the foot during this
time, but failed to effect a cure. Your
salve did the work in a little while. I,
took from the foot ten piec 3s of bone,
after the glass had been extracted,
which caused the sore, and now I an.
entirely cured and able to walk. With-
out the aid of crutches. I shall al-
ways feel the greatest gratitude to-
wards you, and will always speak a
good word for your salve."
For sale at Wallace's City Drug
Store, Gainesville, Fla. dawlmo
THE ELEVE BANQUET.
All le.nmaration. HavA Been Madie fr'


the Function Tonight.
The Eleve Association has completed
its arrangemelnts.for the banquet at
the Brown House tonight. Manager
Ettel,'romises a. surprise for the as-
sociation and says that noN expense
shall be spared o make this the great-
eat event in the history of '.the leve.'
Several electric fans will be placed in,
the dining room. All who deatq to at-
tend' the banqutit are requistied to
-produre their tickets in order that the
number of seats rA be provided-
-Tickets may be secured from Dr. J":
Harrison Hodges or, W, ,.. Broome.'
The price '.. 2 per' plat '
SSpring Ailments.
There is an aching and tired feeling;
the liver, bowels and, kidueys become
"lutgish andI tInative.i*he digestion
impaired, with little Or o.appetite, itno
ambition for a hything, a*td feeling
',thb the whole body and mind 'leetds
thiig up 'e trouble is, that dur-
g6 wit r$,bre. has been aacomu.
latiaiiof wate i -n the -yteltm.
emrbive'wl .rotti. secure .to the
See t # h e by itp tonic



ap grand exeursioo, Seaboard Air


]W; T a EIVED


I 0, 10, "5, 50e y
NW. Shit tWi linens





For .Skltg iand Jacket Suits
Warramted ast Colors.

Linen WaiSt' itterns.
Novelties in Neckwear
Special Values in 5 and
1QI4'Goods.



S. ILSO





TH..OM AS


UNDERTAKING CO.

Fall line of FINE CAS-
KETs, cOFFINS,
ROB Efi:,to. Allfuner,
al supplies up to date.
Hearse and carnages
furnished when desired.


Personal attention to
all business in this line.
Orders by ma0l Oa tele-
graph pro.Atly attend-
ed to.



. THOMAS

UNDERTAKING CO.


I


SENATOR M'CREXRY'S VIEWS.
He Says Creation of City. .Recorder
Will Not Increase City's Expense.
Senator MeOreary takes this means
of acknowledging the receipt of a pe-
Otion requesting him to eliminate from
the proposed new city charter the sec-
tion providing for a city recorder, who
will take the place of the mayor as mu-
nicipal judge. ..He is confident the
signatures to this petition, were ob-
tained upon the representation that
the,' new office will increase the
expenses' of the city. Such repre-
sentationfs untrue, as the coots which
t.e -mayor now receives in each case
will go into the city treasury, and
more than pay the salary of the city
recorder. If the new charter is passed
at this sessionr, (which, under the new
constitutional amendment is the last
opportunity for such4 social) legisla-
tion) the interests of all taxpayers will
be thoroughIly protected' nd no addi-
onal expense incurred by the mrtuniJi-
Vaifty. The office' of mayor, "in the
nator' opinion, should be purely
honorary, and he- should 'be .-e-
lieved of the arduous labors ineutpibeit
,pon him in tiheway-oU lding -eeirt
ipd listening to the "tal of w-e, of
ho06e who are daily arrned :before
him. i a before
The Wastes ofthe -d
Every seven iays the blood, muscles
and bones o.f- a. ma' of. avrtige size
lose two pounds of worot' tipsue.
This waste cannot be reple-iWshed and
the health and strength kep* tp with -
out perfe 4igestion. ''WhenW the
stomach iand digestive orgisp fatl to
gerforp their funOtions, the Streihgth
lets down, health gives way,,' ed di's
ase *se upf Eo'ol. Dppsia 'vr
enable the toaeni -
pians to 4iges mil. *
Whoteyom be t55
Ultohe ^it b eitldt th^
'Owall r# t healh
^11 *to'oi~ftib cT ~ SAO, v-m ^'da'




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