Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: May 30, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01893
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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,O.92 -ESILLE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY,


MAY 30, 1903 TEN CENTS A WEER


S DEN OFF FOR

CUP CHALLENGER

lomas Lipton's Jlotilla
trs For America.
, ROWDS WITNESS STAItT.
. 'ConhIlte of Shamrock III,
t1ock I, Steam Yacht Erin and
wean Tug-Combined Crews
'170 Men.
|k.4 Scotland, May 29.-Sir
l ton's flotilla, c6natsting of
I Ill, Shamrock I1, the steam
n and the ocean tug Cruiser,'
o ifned crews number 170
from here for Sandy Hook
this afternoon.
rwdo of people bade them
fla 'were everywhere die-
bande, whistles and sirens
tli the cheering of the
Sgie the oup challenger

ROWS OPTIMISTIC.
tary of Navy Speaks at
uet in His Honor,
1 M:a, Ma 29.-"I am-
1t a ,rich m n. I would'
my freedom, home life
.f heart for the wealth of
Ctr V Carnegie," said John
rier secretary of the navy,
Tk~W'd G0bmrercial club ban-
ii he was the guest of
|ot socialism, 1r. .:Loi

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IRON AND STEELMARKET, DRI MANY
Iron Age Reviews Conditions Regard-
n...Smo.. FROM THEIR HOMES
New York, May 29.-I'n its review of;T
the iron and steel market, The Iron
Ago todA ay s; ; en PatroUlling River Banks
The purchas a of Bessemer pig by Des Moines i.
the United States Steel corporation re.. *
cently made appear to have been about AIDING DISTRESSED FAMILIES.
50,000 tons for delivery during the
third quarter at $18.50 at furnace, Dikes of Maurice Street Give Way and
equivalent to$19.35 Pttsburg, nd One undred and Fifty ouses
about 10,000 to 15.000 tona for May
and June delivery at $19 at furnace. Were Flooded-inmatos Fled For
This Is understood to be on the baln Their Lives.
.o $3 per ton for coke at oven. It is
believed that this does not cover the Des Molnea, Iowa, May 29,-llun-
requirements of the corporation and dretlas of families .were driven fromI
that the additional tonnage for the thelr homes by floods which today
quarter may rise to 40,000 tona. The closely approached the unprecedentodl
corporation is believed' to solf-contain- record of last year. Reports from
ed as to balc pig. above Des Molnes indicate that last
In the eastern markets the only year's record has been surpaaSed and
large transaction in steel making pig the water ruling at a startling rate.
has been a sale of a lot of 10,000 tons All night scores; of men patrolled
of basic pit to a plate mill by three the river baoks and aided in removlngs
furnace interests in the Schuylkldl aod lnhablitants and household goodsW Irom
SLehtgh valleys. the. bottoiuls. ,
W. far as foundry Iro n t conqrned. At 8 o'clock the dikes of Maurice
biyera and sellers are apparently far *tre-t gave way before the floods of
*part. In Chlcago the absence t furw the Des Moines river and 150 houtase
ther sales by convimera has created we". flooded in afl lncretibly short
better feeling. But outside interte time, forcing the inmatoaes t run for
are still showing smie anxiety, avA their lives. The R.aootn liver is
$15 fur No. 2 foundry at BirWlng~aam keeping ptve with the Des Moines., aund
s 'being done. hb& devastated many square miles of
The influence of foreign Iron muy territory In the southwestern portion
well be dismissed from a serloust of tUhe state.
stderation of the altuatlon, At :45 the center spa of the $85,-
In the steel market .vue comtrta 000 aarchtble now being built was
ste&ay. One lot .of about 0 away, the wreekageo striking
of German steel urhs WIt ~ h Ilwa h a ctlohe
4er by an eat rMS pala4;, l t a *?OIl 44t1leth0t
m*er by oeJn to V* a4
Sot .re$ 30.


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PHILIPPIN CONSTABULARY. TIRE TOWN WIPED
War Department Considering Propost C
Washington, May 29.-'le war de-
patmlent tI giving 4tourlous ens8iderp
tion to a proposition that Iaui come Terniblo e eismio Shook o00-
through Ckilonel 1,d'wards, chiel of thelo ur3 In Asit -
bureau olf tasuiar iffatrs, trstu Gner-c Turkey.
al Henry T. Allen, chief of the Philip-
pino constabulary, lookilug to the Im- TWO THOUSAND Pf.OPLE PERIS.L
provemnet of that service. General -
Allen believe that a ftue career of-! Accountsafrom Meltaziard, on the .u-
fors in the onostabulary for gradiateos phrates, Say that a Te&tibie Eiath-
a th n spial sptitude for military quake ,Shock Has Completely D,*
work, He belleves that 15 or _0 such stroyed the Town.
young men annuallyy could be placed n
In the constabulary as officers to the Custtlnoplo. May 29.-Advce
advantage of the ervlce, and of those which reached hcrO today from .Asft-
selectd,. Whllie at first the tmon ap. atic Turtkey showv that, a terrible earth-
pointed would not be as valuable raquake occurred April 29 at Me1ag
the highest grade of non-r-onntAstoned hard in the vilayet of Van. 80 'lle0
Affi uh. .. I d h v, had ,ervl,, uthelt of r1'zeroomn, OU the IUh,-
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in the i'lippines, General Allen felsa
that in theo long run they would be u n-
iowrlor to the class of men w'ho are now
entering the servlcio. The pay and
emolutmets are to be incroaeod. At
present the pay runs from $800 to $900,
$or a tlthtrdi loutenant to $1,200 to .$1,600
for a cnptaln, boIdtle whioh tih al.
towancov are ample for house rent and
there .ro no hospital expenseS.
Owing to the numberr of stat-lons the
pereontago of officers In tho eontalib
ulary Is large. Their duties are much
more rotsposthble and, varied tlinn that
of corresponding girdles in the regu.
lar *orvlce. Ilcrotofore the? dp)art,
miont heh pursued the plan of allow'a.
iag the P ilIplpline governm(nint to se.
lect all its constiubulary oflh.'5r, preft
once being givon to diachalrgod sol-
diert -Awho have picked up a knowleilge
Of Spanihoh and Tagatog and have be.
CB aequaitnted with the country
til'QugIh their military service. It is
NWt^t tirl4e, to tei.part from thMlR piol.
Ia to u 0o1hI0derabl'e e.Xttbt.t but tt
"i tt ta Alen' "in i
: the 98 *i* o0f the con.t

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The town was total1i destroyed with
Its centre population uutmb!,ingt 2,000
coula, Including 7UO Armenian. as
woll art tlhe troops forming th igarri-
son of Molugahard. In addition, over
400 house lu in nolghborlag village col.-
lapsed.
A somewhat severe e*rthquitakl
shock was felt hero this mtornih,O but
no danutag was doui .
BRITISH CONSUL'S REPORT.
Further Details of Earthquake In All*
atllo Turkey.


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London. May 20.-The foretgn of-
flee hero totay received soume detail
from the lrittah conaul at 0t~serom
regarding the recent earthquake at
MeLtaghard according to w'htch C
strong shock, inatiigt. 80 s0condu, wA
felt on thlo iuoItting of April '9
througlount the trlta > iiltrhtlt botweon
La.ke Van and the ltitaflan frontiUr,
and as far wct as slharput.
The town or Molaitghardr, oinalstintg
of 500 hounoes was destroyed and
much havoc was wrought in the suri
roundin$i villlgos. Colonel Khatll
Beym, aominading tihe arrlo'on of Melo
.lUiadt4, With his wh other officers s and 80 soldiers, periheod
I the ,l-'Uis, ruiietant cloned
Rylig6 $ey. whose ram. iy perished, be-


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etrEph operator who ent the
the ctatutroiiho ialid he hiul-
ba4ly injured at l that his
aiser had been killloed. Tle
Et e haa appalh.l for t, b
Sfo the relJef of the ,iett.
Aiktoas mIand Cbhrltiathe at
khAr 'd 1tr1ct.1
I~*slsJ In Philiippinese
N, May, 212.-Tbe PhiUip
nthi theftr postal osxto ilm ,
Wahlnaton. Two cAsse
Smail to the war do.
QO is that former Pot-,
s lt 'Eboktbanw leyae,
5et dI t o( f the Utnted
it(. V the. o 0-pound satl
opposed 9t haveMoWtsIna4
S When tbe r*bery wire.
bO 4 lo Ist lt, swepletO0
by n Mui, to certain 41d
A44ldm *.yKft4 bt buhluesia
N. *SlArtlons o piroedW
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TU ,DAILT, N: IN V LL, F,. 'IlA, MAY 30, 1903N


SO TERANSTO HON.EST. LETTER R .N. S ER N BCOMs,
TH COEt1TLY WoITTE
O'- .- TE DAY *That Leav 6No D0ubt That worthyy o LIBERAUTY oi POLICY CONTRA
Spcon aerLon PROMPT PAYMENTS o -OSES
-- Ztrcises Will be Conducted Over
PAINEdr We cover theseimportant points and respectfully

JUDGE' DAVIS WILL SPEAK it alth
| ~obmmandeiof. HtonewallCamp Has Again and Again Cured After Physi Fi Cif, i aild e lh ls1]

federate Veterans Honored With Dis- canS HaVe Failed,
nctiton of Orator of the Day-Graves Agents for the-
Sof All Soliers to be Decorated. For years, meni arind women in every benefit of thousands of men and wo- *
To day is Union Memorial Day, and rank and walk of life have been sound- men who suffer today. Mr. ikes says 16
4 0 will-beflttinglyv observed by mem. ing the praises of Pathe'a Celery Oom "For many years I suffered with -.-- .1 -i i l


bestof Low Wallace Post, G. A, R.,]
and their comrades, members of Stone-
.' 4 wall anmp, United Confederate Vet-
Seans. The Daughters of the Confed-
eracy have also received a cordial in-
vitation, and as many as cau do so
will attend the ceremonies at tihe coem-
etery.
As has been said on a previous oe-
caolon, it is ita most gratifying condi
tion of affairs when an association n of
Union soldiers invites their comrades
of the Confederacy to join them in
.such a function, and even more imn-
pressive when the leader 'of the once
opposing forces is honored with the
distinction of acting in the capacity of
.4 orator of the occasion. That Judge
: oratio Davis, who has accepted theo
invitation, will prove hiinself equal
to the occasion ther con be no doubt.
Col. A. P. Morrow, senior vicescom-
imanderof Lew Wallace l'ost, requests
The Sun to announce that all ceremo-
Snies will be held at the cemetery, and
that the ladits comiprising the Daugh-
tereof the Confederacy would be fur-
nished with transportation, They, with
veterans of both societies, are request-
ed to meet on the north side of the
court house square at 10:80 prompt
this morning, where carriages will be
In waiting.
GREATLY ALARMED
By a Persistent Cough, but Perma-
nently Cured by Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy,


pound, and tellingof its victories over
disease and death. Those who were
Irost heavily burdened with disease,
vict irs of suffering pronounced incur-
able by doctors, and who stood on the
brink of the grave, are-the people who
most gratefully remember Prof.
Phelps, of Dartmouth College, the
erninont physician and' scientist, who
discovered Paine's Celery" Compound,
the medicine that never fails to coln-
quer blood diseases, dyspepsia, rheu-
anatism, neuralgia, liver and kidney
troubles. Mr. F. Marion Sikes, of
Cronly, N. C., happily rescued from a
complication of dangerous ailments,
long standing dyspepsia, muscular
pains and after results of typhoid
fever-nervousness, weakness, watery
blood and sluggish circulation, grate,
fully and thankfully writes for the

JUSTICE COLMAN'S COURT.
Ethel Hardwood Struck Boy With
Broken Plate and it Cost Her $4.
Because Ethel Hardwood, a choc-
ola.to colored lass of thirteen summers
and a button, struck Thos. Harris, an-
other chocolate colored subject twelve
years of age, with a piece of plate, she
was compelled to cough up $1 and
costs, Aggregating $4, in Justice Col-
man's court Wednesday.
Thomas is a mighty polite lad so it
seems. He met Ethel in the "big
road" in the Spring 11111 quarter, and
says Tom to Ethel, "good morning,
Ethel." Says Ethel to Thomas, "good


Mr. IH. P. Burbage, a student at law morning, you pie-faced piece of nig-
in Greenville, S. C., had been troubled ge r."
for four or five years with a continu- ."Why should yo.u 'proaoh me in dl.
ous cough which he says, "greatly mannah?," asked Thomas. who hadI
alarmed me, causing me to fear that I met her as a gentlemarn aboumd ne lt
was nlu the first stage of consumptionn" lady. .
Mr. Rurbage, having seen Chamber- "I'll 'proach you wid diplate, r.
lain's Cough Remedy advertised, con- plied Etheljit as e th o.pIate a
eluded to try it. Now read wIlat he Thoras, -MtrlNg h1, Aboe i the
says uf it; "[ soon felt a remarkable ttnthtt ,
ohange and after using two bottles of .t.b' ^ilii :'yiaeu'b
the twenty-fivoeent size, was perma-s Thllet O ^t$et ndetUbsequent
nently cured." Sold by all druggists trial of. E l i, with he result as above
and medicine companies. .-d ; o ugt to .ene y ou i
S"*.. .osts fr slta so iailadylike5#l^
Prriortv Oa.nera Claim Rentale. ,narked Mtice0^olmn, "but FI )b
N',., >-r.,. M -.y 2)9.---Rentals yott 9s this $rp4 eaua ya
Ann, :;, 0 i.,00).000, will bh claim. yotu and appear rate
',d 1 ,"'ty r,, ners in Greater Now reg ig he y. the word.
York ("! H0 U.'1o of their hnusej is hl moth 4 th a .rg, des
i, "orH te, wir s of th W t dow whre sdinftithet k.ee thel

Pos-t )l '1 *'-!'r",h company, ai4nd the lnanal belo. W .h it1rq t
New %'VAl'. llLson colulljiy.: A p. ,herepws
reseuttiiv, o )'properly: Owners with, '
clahn,.a' f(r morO thann $I200,Q000 a.* be', Wor Wld f o
gun 13'.wal r dr(:,emah t6d otn a rWhitt* Oream to rtni uge 'as
court cor t or to co.mpei the off*nding aolev.d a world aton
compante to caseo further tripi s beingt.e best o all yers
or to pay such ront for the ptrivlesW a and -for *tonie #fliuoe 6 and
shall be fixed by the@q IB: e unOr,4e
than 80s property ownerio *~ ilraidy aidtt o tes o
consulted him. H pSa that t rofes thJif 4IoionU
are at least 200,000 o0a0 ion of ti, teae ou
Cures When Docto's Pall. Stst g" o ed' t
Mrs. Frank ( tlisson, Patterson. La., lh, h
writes Tune 8th, 1.01: ",hadmalarl4 ~Be': '
fever in very had form, wa si-der -


treatment by doctors, but as soon a. I.
stopped taking their medlolno the fever
would return. I used a sample bAtile
of ilerbino, found it helped me. Thean
bought two bottles,. which completely
cured mae. I feel grateful to you for
furnislhiig saiuh a splendid mtiedOline,
-and eitu honeatly recommend it to
those sufTering fron malaria, as It will
surely cure theni" llorbine, 0o bot'
tie at Johnson Bros.
Patronize the Ladies.
The ladies of tho i'Hlping Hands So-
oiety of the Preolhyterla chuOtch will
have on satilet "vt.ry Saturday afternoon
froli 4 to OW, at thu tliineaville (veery,
the following artielOes : Liver relish,
slloed or by the pound, boiled hain.
llooed or by the pound, lhoi. made
bread, b atenbiscuit, eake, phtil and"
layer. Come aund buy your Sunday's
supper. -Orders will be cheerfully
tilled for net Sa t ur ay.


In th tx' ^r,
:ti"' .is a thing of littl6; e t
mokikhl the ett the w ho heial dt
ed except a .ireular pattch ;&:
towni.. ,The b tir t'lWei"n t his t l
ad. tr~ant- oft hik are .hd4e. ht'lI
nd lli A tassel reictti tia to t'h lbtedt.
In uall morning the black ati
repiiae4 s whte oltws and in Iseoni
oulNtoby liIt blue or grV "".
It s pt npthle" breach ^ t

ttetlol ltl tede^ t Oer
ence of a superior wi.th c* *e wounId

the gmtteat insult e iriaup can otter
1"o9te 15U10 !,(ltlb~elli1 essn
shtL or in hlur hbl a


dyspepsia. All that I ate did, me no
good, and I could find nothing that
would give me relief. Last year I was
taken with a pain In my leg that ran
from my hip to the end of my toes. I
had as good a doctor as I could find in
Wilmington, but he only gave me re-
lief for a while. I was then taken with
typhoid fever and my family and
friends hiad given up all hope. A
friend of iiineit, Capt. Walter Taft, ad-
vised me to try Paine's Celory Com-
pound, as I was so nervous I could not
stand alone. I began the use of the
wonderful medicine and before I had
taken half a bottle I felt like a new
man. I have now.used two bottles
and arn today a well man and feel bet-
ter than I have for ten years. I thank
my God for the use of this great and
marvelous compound."


E. E.VOYLE
FIRE, BOND and
ACCIDENT INSURANCE,
Representing a number of prominent
.Amer lun aIntd Engrl.lsh companuls.

Abstract & Realty Company,
lInoorporuteda
E. E. VOYVLE, Manager.
Got an abstract of title to land ei% t lor
buylni. After paying the pUreboh :
money there is often noA redress or tax,
sales and unanceleodL mortgi es. .

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SCHEDULE ErrFFETIvE APRIL 12, 1908.


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l bery0 of $7,00


to have unraveled
e $17000 robbery of
lket office, In this
i",May 16. Aa a re
dn, one of them the
superintendent of br
* of the Loulvillo
oad, have been arre
In Jatl. No one wil
eo them, and not
eie second man arre


i j'fIiaed the robbery was
ied by boring a hole thr
over the ticket office, f
lrOO m on thMe second floor
h*On depot, and through
tie robbers looked with a r
fgla~ and watched the
-9 te office work tho safe
h. It is claimed that on
of the robbery they entered
wiile the night ticket seller
And worked the safe. comb
detoctivee expect to' recover
nrey and also to make a t


-Gets $6,000 Damages.
itrWbus, Ga., May 29.-In the
r6urt the jury In the dan
f Me. Laura Paddy versus
ius Railroad company, brom
Ordlct for $6,000 damages.
Sthae case consumed no
isys'. Mrs. Pedcdy was e
ns the street railway trs
OHear collided' with her bu
1.g her to the ground. She
inJur'ies In the accident wl
dined were pernianent


eard Refuses to Approve.
0, May 9.-The queratine
f 'Mobile bay ha. refused to
the reoommendution of the
&a state board of health to con.
ntectlon of vessels from Cuba
Id ~g.~age only, ,the t>od
Sto the rules adopted at the
i oonfioaico. In effect, the
` eas6 to the mosquito the.
n itlon '
Henry Richardson Ill.
Iay 29.-M'. heary Rlchard-
ftillIant editor or the Atlanta
ying critically Ill at the
C. D. Pearson, wtwe
.e have been visiting. Hg.
and can hardly Mv,.
PHIC R IEVITIES.
president of Loutlsana
th, after a visit to Ouba,
that mosquitoes tranalUdt

ger, of counsel for J.. H.
south Carolina, who has
Recovered andi will be
'to proceed with the ce*.
elIy, a workman at the
ting works, was kl4ed
on of a soda fountain

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IAM. A SLEEP FANiA3Y.,
T0a Confnslmo ;*d Absurlits V That
aDO t Come to U, In Dreams,.
If you would know baht stuLt dreams
,y der- pt-imal t.f, read the following de-
te scription of a sleep tfati.y 'from I .F !
the arloifon Crawtois nover Ceeelia:"
the SOmictiueos 'liu i txoerl g through a
city' cIa::e of absurtnliies iU Which we feel
ult*, s :dinidtilel uulst, baiovlng ourselves
g t I)e other thlU (,nrselvk..
idge Cotuciving the laws of'nature to be
and reversed for our advantage or our ruin,
sted seeing.' right Is 'wrong acid wrong ais
I be1 riitlt in the pathetic Inocelnce of tho
even idiot or the senseless rage of the ma-
sted 1iac, couvinc"jd beyond all argument
that thle absolutely impossiblee is halp-
a-" pening before our eyes, yet never in
0ugh the least astonished by aniy wonder';,
from though subject to terrors we never f'ol
Yr Of when we are awake., Has no one even
thiS understood that confused dial\'li:il;
m.g- irmust be .xavetly like the ioeu lakl state
em of thel Ils I.n",? InUi ll...' 1 i:, ; t.1;rI a
comn- Into,, [ivNig cr'-tuvt's. Ak l.' i: w we it
the (on tb ointes i ht l :!s-' x';i'' l:airx is
the tur;xted into a wild b.a'st, nndt we rideo
was a.-Luxt ing throuIgi endless draw nlg
Mins- rooms, which iare full tot'l trees and xun-
dergrowtli, till-tie trees are suihddenly
r a&l turniud into people who dance an d
lrd ili nt xatus hruilsoe we hlvo (111oi' to
the ball In itttire so exeodsitogiy semUty
that we wolilt'r how the wsrvauts could
hav', let xis in.
S' Stow'.* Celehbr-ttct-i Md oiflsh.
Mag. One of the I ohtairiixm of John Ash-
the to's "('irio'ri <(''!turne of Zoology"
ught is the monk:i.;l:h., sn irmonk, he hlong
Thb indebted to both Aldrovandus and Stow
early for his ac-(''olu. If the old writers are
drit- reli:ab;e, the,:o moxisters were qiilto f
aoks coxxmon in 1te North sea, the British I
ggy, clihaou'l nnd 1!oqng the Irish coast up
sus- to tle year 1414, when they are said to
hibh have become extinct through the rav-
age< of ia league similar to that which
xio11l a hnt thou n"


WUs 1 luL jJ l lJ lVtl 'll ni illRlut I e111 Salml
tiln. The superstitious of those day-
belleved that they wero priests or
II(.1>', who hadl been cursed for some
,""uteoo n1xd condemned by God to an
Ondles.s life ben Stow's iacc'Ont atof one caught In 1187
Is as follows: "11e haid the lshape of a
Eln in nil poynts tuid was kept In the
castle at Oxford by the keeper thereof.
All manner of raw ments hee did gladly
enteo, but more greodille of rawe fisher,
al'tor that he had crushed out all'mols-
ture. Often be was brought to the.
cliurch, but showed no 1 gtna of rev4t-
once, and4. at length, whe not -.,well
looked to, ho stole away to the sea and
was never o een again tterw.'.
Aeoth. tto li ia "
Clever .,aad si ifu ts: teat wlh
frequently perormnie by- tal In sol
diers. 0?oego, 1ra general' l
that tt, fQrios pt titeir di't a by
tover perform nit et #*a thei are
In uynlfor mx but' t its y oe of
series of gmwalaptfaV e*isI Qh
Ital ian. ol4to let.ir* fo a'iiY44aYp0
been aeustome to p te after th

a sword while the Cwatlld0 p 1*^ I
most abn~aa l poxsittui. 'f16 "ts., ,Pat
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OoCarAoO I4r., Oct. 25, 1902.
Wine of Cardui tn 'always he relied
upon to cure when everything else fails.,
It is a certain cte 0M t aeoialv diseases in their
worst form. I s8ftered for years with ulcer-
ation. Intense palina ithe womb and ovaries
and dreadful headaches ufitt me for my
work,'Yinzik& Igrew iro411 hiat I iad to keep
tomyb~d.' peni wope 5o intense attie
as to cause.spasms and adisrt',ab ldischarge
drained my life forces. In iy extremity after all o01
had failed, I tried Wine of C.u-dui. After usin it for \
two weea I began to improve so rapidly that I felt en-
couragedto keep tIpthle treatuwit, which I did for eigh-
teen weeks, but at the end of that tfmne I was entirely cured. What a
relief was mine and how new and beautiful life looked to me when my
health was restored. Only tho.e who have passed through such a siego
of sickness'as I have will understand how much I valuo Wiuo oft Cardui.
It is indeed
a boon to
sick women.

Secretary, North Chicago Franon Voteln.
Every weak woman needs Wine of Cardui. Wine of Cardui culwr dis-
ordered and painful menstruation, periodical headaches, falling of the
womb and leuoorrhma,. It cures extreme cases of these troubles. It
strengthens girls approaching womanhood, helps bring children to barren
homes, makes pregnancy and childbirth easier, prevents miscarriages and is
the best medicine ever made for use during the change of life. Why permit
the good women in youth homo to suffer another day? Every druggit
has $1.00 bottles of Wine of Cardui.

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pt:, )oiay, A;elty'pd by carrier in the city,
'' e :ree,fir ~I ear:.$2 six 'WC itont; 1.2F
0'i n. .' ntlS-; : -'569 ents for five week-
i; gn0t;uies in local colmn. cents a
Ui' e to #frstliesertiop, and b cents for each ad-
alttionl'DinserttoU .
Ste ':Jr. s ditrdtplay advertising made known
S: 'tpplirtaton. .....
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.o'' ctl-" oimBn paper, published every Mon-
.; 4 y and Thursday, and- contains all the
p;;* ew of the week, local, state and ren-
Oral aBad will be maledl, Ipostage free, to any
. part of the United States or Canada, fos' $1.00
a year-lni advance,
All advertising bills become due after first
supearance of advertisement, unless btherwlse
It*lulated In ocntract. Parties not known to
s will be required to pay for advertising in ad-
y moe. Address, TRE DAILY SUN,
GAmS avigVlLir. iFLA.
... ... . -A
FRANK ADAMS.
It must or should be a source of real
and sincere regret to every citizen of
Gainesville or Alachua county to note
the attack made last week by a publi-
cation recently established in this city,
upon IHor. Frank Adams, president of
the State Senate of Florida, and a man
who today is recognized as one of the
purest men in Florida, not alone in his
political, but also in his personal and
business lifo.
Frank Adams' every act has been
characterized byosinoeeity of purpose,
honesty of conviction and high regard
for the rights of his fellow man. To
those with whom he has been asoelat-
ed such statements as these are un-
necessary, and while it is most chari-
table and probably correct to assume
that attack through petty innuendo
was born in ignorance, yet it would
seem that such ignorance is distinctly
culpable in a newspaper that,in no mat-
ter what small measure, presume to
speak for the people of this commu-
nity.
A very few days ago a body of
Gainesvillo citizens, together with the
members of the board of trustees of
the East Florida Seminary, appeared
before tile joint committee oiu appro-
priations of the Legislature now in
session at Tallahassee to present the
claims of this institution for considera-
tion.
Ably these gentlemon spoke of the
work aecomiplishod and asked for an
amount so greatly in excess of alny
asked for in the past that evme tltus
eoith'luiaiits were to soine extent
abashed. Ye t t the close, when the
rest were through, Frank Adams rose
and in tones thait carried absolute con-
vilionti ll (Iiandied this amount as justi-
fled and the whole amount. If the
scales were to be turned they were
turned at that monument, land. whatever
mlay li the Illnul fate of the appropriate
tiol bill, in that bill as presented by
this comulnittee is iembodied .very dol.
lair nld every ceut asked.for.
AndBwithiut the slightest isparage-
nlent to any other mana-0and the se-
aBtor and a reprirnesutatlve 'f Alaehiwt


were on thel committee-to .tt ilan
miort than to any other beldogo ithe
credit forgthis work, anud that mat i
Frank Adams.
So much for the (Gainesvllelie.
From the broader standpoint (fhon'i
esty and higher civio" pride a greater
injustice has been done. HHer we flbd'
a native Floridian, a mani who b' his
brain and brawn, though young In
years, has: demonstrated through hli M
energy and ability the possibilities of
the newer, the greater Florida, who
has demnonst rated through his sucoes
the possibilities of hiis State, W1ho
ooOupies the second highest office In
the government of our commonwealth,
who, should tho present chief executive
die today, would be our governor to-
morrow, who poswtsses the most sini-
cero regard and respect of his po-
litioal, business and personal associates,
made[the target of silly but none the
-less harmful mid thoroughly unjust
criticism.
It ia niotttho.purpose here to enter
lints agdiscusiotn of the merits or de-
merits of the Lake City charter bill.
With its passage or anu ndnnt Frank
Adams had no morv to d,.th'inn did the
-humblest eitiavn of Ahlihua county,
save that together tith the other thir-
t, .onelnMnttbtar iof t ie S tiate lie voted
:or both tho bill and th<' amtueidment,
both proposedt by the senator frAom
S Lake City. 1It was iii no iaiUiannie
otnosted wlthli y coanerh ilk Lake

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ch u.a.
'cEnough of all this! If a difference<
of opinion is till that is necessary for
the journalist of today to assume all
that is iniquitous in those that differ,.
thien imay the prees of. Florida well
feel that its day of degradation has
come and that it is to be torn from its
pedesti ofl power by outraged public
opinion.
This attack cannot hurt Frank
Adams. It can hurt Gainesville.
Over and above that, it can
hurt those people of Florida
who are optimistic enough to be-
lieve in the integrity of her citi-
zenship and that in the success and
honor of her sons lies the hope and the
future of the State.

State of Ohio, City of Toledo, s
Lucas County.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath thap he
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co,, doing business in the
Olty 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 OCtarrh Cure.
FrANme CHu-NBY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
iin my presence, this fifth day of De-
comber, A. D. 1880.
W. A. GLEASON,
B.AL Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern-
ally, and acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J. CimnsNa & Co., Toledo, 0.
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GREAT MAP OF U. 8.
To Cover Over Five Acres at Wopfoil
Fair-Unique txhibit .'
St. Louis, May 89.--MAt the s3e;tter
slope of the hill that trlit. tb. wi-;
sIppn. exh tih 'prtmet 9I t
culture is mI n iltd #a 'ap ftiet
ed States, to i.o-et ;.flay d one-tenth
acore. of' gronip d, 0onpi4.rabl e work
already has 'beenl ^dfift ere by Dald
A. lnrodie, ISprtatem ent of the o i
air exhibit "of the- bureau oit latt "in
duotry of thie d.prtnment of agjarul
ture, "'o H bew' tha i &t, 9'l s -i6e"
early 6risg ''in ,iha~* tof th'e p.a,
project.' ..' -" ''"
'M Mro.rdl ad hisiaO s tant at s'
.ou'tly drawing Q tire
Statfftng :t .regQ* he :ha alrs:4v


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she gave a version of her conversation
with th coachmai, after he had b-een
wounded, which la in direct variance
with her sworn tostimnoy before Cor-
oner Russell on Tuesday night. Then
she said that when she asked the
coachman if he knew who it
was that shot him, he re-
plied in the negative. In her latest
story she said:
"When I asked John if he knew who
Shot him, he said It was the non-in-law
of a wealthy mirn who lived not far
away, and whose name he gave; and-
just as he told this to me three men
came down the stone step leading
from the grounds above, and as they
hastened toward us I saw that 5-ne
of them wore no hat,."
Following up the clew offeredby the
murderer's hat, which by the way, was
sold in Springfield, Mo., and not fi
Maryland', and the slze of which Is
G%, Chief of Police Alber6rrnbde, of
Irvington, has been kept tuy. e9
was led to many places from wiMI
storits .had come that a h-tles testh.
less, tired man w, s see le :o SW'
day tglht, only to learn h WasI o a
talse twa'il. 'th nost no obis *as
from yto~ w w re a m
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But, hoWever, it seems that tile, Ot-
t vick wa'based on the fact that, SoUi-
tor Adams voted for the incurable in-
sanity divorce oWill, and the kernel o.
tie ,animus of the whole article i 1
fiqtind iN this excerpt: "Biut if Mr.
Adams ia guilty we are not surprised
at If -we remerpber hirm in connection
with the Flagler dlivore bill." Thlii
matter has been threshed over time
-and timeagain. It is perhaps suffl-
ciat to say heid' at after this vote
was cast Mr. Adams was returned to
the Sonate by the unanimous vote of
his people. And by way of parenthe-
sis it might also be remarked that this-
awful big brgaboo did not prevent the
re-elcction of the senator from Ala-


Polcid Stiil Busy With Case of Mur-
dered Coachm*ian.
New Yor., May 20.-It has been
leared.. t- t John 'Heffeman. whlo as*
sl:t at Ardraley Sunday night, Bays
The Herald, did not nazne the man he
accused, but In Alcatod him by his ia
eall&Ug bla relation to another resident
here.
TWo other men have been brought
into tihe matter. One la a young man
who does not live In Ardsley, nor is
his home' 1 New York,
Another man, a stranger to every
one in the neighborhood, has been men-
tionled In the case. He was seen
walking along the rairoxad tracks by
a y-oung man, who was~ a few yards
ahead of Hefferman and Sarah Camp-
bell, arid who was on his way to vis-
it a lauundress In the-employ of Robert
Afewitt. The stranger was walking
toward the couple and, it was not five
minutes after he young man who saw
him had reached his destination that
the s'hootlng occurred.
What at first seemed to be one of
the peculiar foatauirs was the disap-
pearanee of Sarah Campbell.. the
sEweetheart of the murdered ma-n, from
her place of employment in Tarrytown.
But later it was explaided that she
had gone to New York city, where
she again told what she knew of the
events which led, up to the shooting.
Before she left Tarrytow", however,


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F"OM. MELROSE.
1 $f' Sad Deoth of Rev. A. H.
A., -Other Mattsi.
eirose, May 28.-Sheriff Peeler oqf
county was in town yesterday ad-
tsing a sale of the chattels of W.
ton for next Saturday to settle up
Estate.
he "Jambec" Reading Club were
aniszed here Friday, with Mrs. 0.
(.Husband as president, Mrs. J. Craig
I vice-president, and Miss Lenna
Wekson as secretary. The meetings
re to be weekly.
:'Rev. S. Lawler of Fort Myers
topped over.at Melrose on his way to
'tlanta. To th,e greatpoleasure of his
iany friends lie kindly consented to
reach on Sunday morning and was
greeted by a large congregation, who
greatly appreciated his excellent ser-
Ion.
Mrs. A. A. McRae has returned
rom a two weeks' visit to her brother,
Mizelle at Alachta, and reports hav-
Hg had a most pleasant time.
A telegram received last night by
a Rev. Julian brought the sad news
the sudden death of the Rev. A. II.
ters. The mail will probably bring
ils. A memorial service will be
at the Lutheran church on Sun-
SMay.31, at 11 a. m.
A Physician Healed.
ir. oGe. Ewing, a practicing physician
inith's.Grove, Ky., for over thirty
re, writes his personal experience
h Foley's Kidney Cure: "For years
ad been greatly bothered with kid-
F and bladder trouble and enlarged
state gland. I uSed everything
oWn to the profession without relief,
til I commenced to use Foley's Kid-
y Cure. After taking three bottles
1was entirely relieved anti cured. I
Describe it now daily in my practice
id heartily recommend its use to all
ysioeian for such troubles. I have
described it in hundreds of cases with
Ir fect success." Sold by W. C. Wal-
iee's drug store.
PLAYED 1097 GAMES.
interesting Chess Contest Between
Two Excellent Players.


Sn a prolonged series of chess games
hich began early last September and
bted until Tuesday of the present
bek between Captain Hughes of
st Florida Seminary and &T. W. Et-
proprietor of the Brown House,
Ettel came out victorious, the rei
t being 5&9 against 588.
oth gentlemen are flrst-olas' play-
and condteited the contest with: a
ry vigorous spirit. 'he s ie:s at-
oc ted a great,deal of fnterestii the
ce of the Brown Hodse, wlese the
nmes were played,'
Change in Schedue .,
Beginning ThursdayMay gt
change was made in the .ihedle of,
the Florida East Coast railway. hei
same trains will be operated oii th
,main line as heretofore, th thimO l*0^
changes being that No. o 7 |
Miami at 6 a. m. inste4 o*'4t
lvftg Jacksonville 7 p in
7:80. Train No. g,0e0g at
n1:t. instead of 5, a tioN ,
i.le 8: 0a m. ..t
isg In the sched4t
Flush' lth
Ialsmuch a~ the
po;n u., whimc is ret^
~hltfhy. ty seSon o0 .of~
suggested that b
h ttgheoa0 the city o


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,oand it is hoped th
of the watef oo'i
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SPIDER. TREE. '
A Cutrele Product of t oe (fiM W-O*
Travelers who visited, or passed the
Cape Negro 'country of Africa often
heard from the natives of a plant that"
was part' spider and. thnt. growing,
threw Its legs about in contAit astrug-
gles to escape. It was the good fortune
of Dr. Welwit'h to discover the origin
of the legend. Strolling along through
a wind swept tableland country, he
came upon a plant. that rested low
upon the ground. but had two enormous
leaves thUatblew and twisted about in
the wiSnd like serpenls-i) faict. it look-
ed. as the natives had said. like a gi-
gautic spider.
Its stem was four feet atrross and
but a foot high. It had l)but two leaves
in reality, that were six or eight feet
long aind split up by the wind so that
tley resembled ribbons. This i8 prob-
Waly the most extraior'dinry tree
known. It grows for nearly. if not
quite, n century, but never l)upward bo-
yond about a foot, simply expanding
until It reaches thio d'inameter .given,
looking In its adult state like an sngu-o
lar stool on the plain trom ten to eight-
oen luiches in cicutlttferenI.
WhInI the wid CIniei rulishiiltg In froln
the snea, llfting the curious ribl)lon-llke
l(s\'v's ;tlnd tossing them aboutlt It til-
miust seemed to the discoverer that the
strnligo plant ihd stddileuiy become lim-
'iled with life and w';a struggling to
('s'ttl)t'. When 11 descriptilol antd pie-
tuire of the plnnt wore Sont to E'ngland
It wts. like mniny other discoveries, dis-
e'edlted, but soon the pint itself was
rec',ivd. anid now Welwitschia mira-
bills is known to botanistts.


Illtneeted the Fina. ,
At Frederi'ckslbu.rg, on the day when
haIlf the brig-atdi of Meagher and Cald-
well lay on tiho bloody slope leadilingi
up to their Confederate Intrenchiments.
aImiong the assaulting regihne.ntt was
the Fifth New HlInpshhire, and it lost
1841 out of tho 300 imen who made the
charge. The survivors fell behind a
fetce- within reach of the Confedernto
rile pits. Just before reacllng It the
last one of the color guard was shot.
tind the flag fell in the open.
A captain, Perry, instantly ran out
to rescue it and 1us he reached it was
shot through the heart. Another cUp-
tain. ,Murray, made the'same attempt
and was also kiled, and so Was a third,,
Moore. several private. Noldlers met a
llke fate. Tbey wero al killed. close to
the flag. and theti dead bodies fell
Across o on 'O s to ::be. ", W- "
Taldzig &Ayt'utag of this beaat'orlt,
Lieutenznt Nettl ton crawled fiom 'e.
hind the',fence ;to :thd lt' sod
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ml^stu aia eeds .


secretes enough bile to make the Intestines
execute their natural functions. Oinnat. '
ural agitation, caused by cathartics, compels
continual tn'a tncrensmn doses to
ata. the results.


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liver; cures ChW'
.i and Fever, and every form of
SMalarial, Bilious, Remitting and Intr r
m!tting Fevers, and, by going to the seat of t,:-
trouble, worhs permanent cure.
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Wlt do experts 1on dress inva-
ritbly buy t rtm us'?
Thole liAw'r is obvious-they
know what they want in cloth-
ing and their discrimination.
tells then we have it.


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qucatiton wer pult tr (ll the erll-
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tune Iontror tiatit o etlIor, oonm troted o t
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for tprioeM TODAY.,

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A FINE INV G

O Most& Elaborate Fune.
eHold in Gainesville,

lASTS WERE VERY GOOD.
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VW re9 They, Iy4e a A:d HOW Thrb
Me nage. to Get'V e.
Owls a re nImucli commoner In *Wintter
than one is led to believe by the occa,
.sional spec~nmens which are seen abroad
In the -taylo1,e. If we searched 'the
hollIw tre<,s sy't1i itiat k'lly' anD' morn-
lng, we s40 lt.4 rIX';`;;;al)bly llds((o sever*
al s',r.e..'l tov '.s a.ln( pierhals!a,)mneof
the l', .r .;.(*(:. We might be sur.
prioti t10 it' ,so o of thi oSreech owls
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fpgr k ..ttel Veterrmine.u i ive t1 e (un U' I:., i Y, iie i. arU
tlation One of the .Best Ban- ly orn ithoe-ci ve might cowalud,
F'/. ,. .*Ib lnt the ditf, '?in'f i: color wis due t
S, tver Hfeld, and 'n This He Was (lr1(,:e l ;;1: ".- or sex.. It is nov
i efBful--the Eleve Ball. know i t I thtr-, are 1vIwo distinct colo
.'W.. pI;1('1 ,) l!:i': :1:,,iv ';o1! :rot dependent ox
solutoely the most brilliant affair t.e, r r : houg, just wha
i. kind ever hild under the a ns- it n d,' t) 1 .'i 0 ,n i not yet known
| :qf-the.Eleve Assoziation of East Who l i1 n i.i- t;,i,;- r-trvaits ii
hiAdf Seminary was the twelfth an- wh:tv'r. i'-,' 1;::I fireu-oitly felg
Si banquet of the society, which de, t !. h 'i t i,; v eyes and lyitn
A'held .in. the commodiou. dining perf t:1 t'i; : !. yll by
uiti of tile Brown House W 't0 tnig, when a large number of the does not .,. ;N i Snapi) theic
bills 1i i t1 i l a '1-r.: 41 I:it t 4olell
0tte of the city and State gathered but ve;y .L.eviLv' e .. i I. How th e
ro ut tkhe festive board, and were manage to ,,t )!,) (i!h o.) C.t on tlh
eatde4 to one of the most elaborate dark, cold nlils-i]M; ii v',.ety' to thorn<
Ovreads ever seen ifi that hostelry so unacqlu:tirxt-dl w;li, ti., ',-o(;s: l;ut. 'u
,t0ous for serving the good things of a matter of fo'ti. t isr',e h- v1 irio .r
' '~hws World. abroad on w; ;i .' : i '
Tii dining room, uiIder the personal ally Sl!*4e'. \' [ ,"
gtkeelon cf Manager Ettel, was neatly merous '. wl,, I t ( I,,i!,:
their footprints c 4 h(' tP,(,Vy '
1'? tastefully decorated, numerous snow, and owls ,re .,- :, '. t ,. s
Jpasnesa lanterns about the place catchers. Their hlanr;o i- so ut
kijng a beautiful contrast with the that not a squtnic Ot.i ps th-'tli. ai<
ti'thles of the surroundings -and the they tl..emselves are so soft on tIrhe wvii
igsembled beauty of womanhood and that they do not alarm the gnell.--V'o
knightly attendants. Manager Eitel man's Homo Companion.
oV~.ry appropiately termed tihe occasion
.L Trip to Fairyland," for the corn- The in n l et.
atlon did indeed resemble those The Infant had been put to be
sb ton dr m h against his will, and, having got there
Oeries which we have so often read. showed no Inclination to go to sleep
T. The menu was a most excellent one He calHld his mother' In to. kiss he
~ ell prepared and well served by an good night once more, to give him
ifloelent corps of waiters. Dr. Jas. glass of water, to put another cover 01
,-I, MeKlnstry, Jr., acted as toast- the bed, to tell her something very im
A'Ator hin a very creditable manner, portnlt, to ask her how to spell Norti
414 playing the eloquent talent for Carolina and to explain why he hap
l ai s so long been famous Pel to be her little boy Instead o
ohn the harious sour b hee famo-. Aunt Bertha's. Finally she rebelled.
Btwo~en the various courses, the fobl- "You simply must go to sleep," sli
ItWing toasts wore spoken; commanded sternly. "I shall not corn
Th1lm East Florida Seminary ....... ... Into this room again tonight." She re
't t....i...... Prof. .T. M. Guilliams tired to the next room, and before loni
The Military.... be called her.
S ...adot Captain Byron r. West, "No, I'm not coming. Nothing wil
Yeste............rd and Today.. .....Jacksonville Induce me to come to you again."
Oadet. Lieut. JL. Fred Smith, Jasper 1I'll bet I can make you come,'
Th, Old Boy ...... .....boasted tile youngster.
.Mr. Cliha. Lyneh, Jacksonvillo "I'll bet you can't." replied the exas
Patrlotism........ Hon. Jas. E. Broome perated parent.
.... ............ .... ...... Quincy There was a pause, and then thi
Dr. J. Hlarrison Hodges was called smptll voice, raised to Its utmost, ex
upon by Tonstmaster McKinstry, who claimed, "The devil aind all his works1
togted that no banquet or no function IIe won Wis bot.-New York Post.
oi.f the Eleves would be complete with- Wether he
iot a fewrenmarks by that distinguished A I
and eloquent entleman. Dr. Hodges Arometr. Fill n tumbler halt 41of wa
retkponrde(d in an informal but a most ter, put the leech into it and U e
happy strain, thanking his distin- of muslin over the top. to keep.lthe
0gu'ished school mato of the olden tinuIes from getting out. All you II e to 4
fort he compllinnnt which had beeu to find out What sort ot wevath *'
paid lhim. Dr. Ilodges noevr fils to are going to havelto watch te ltt
Interest his hearurs, and in this in- creature,. For. exampleo,'wheh
Stance there as no exeeltion to the to be ine the leec r
ifule. HIe spoke for a few moments, spiral shape and qiaito
and at the inclusion of his remarks rain may be expected, tl will oteai
rielved the applause of those present. the top of the glass aid ~st ht e r
(Captaltn 0oorge M. Lynch, one of til ttcleoaroW 1 thZ le'"dit
the most promineilt nemiubers of those solf and.s very. reist
leaves, was not on lthe program, but a b Swotom
ToastiOnitoer MeKiniistry, realizing his ',l ..keWO e
a bilIy afa sp6aklir, did niot spare himn. t,
Heu called upon Caipt. l~yuclh, whomtadg O~ hi thei
) :ow brIitlant and interesting reinarks. To ,q Bll4e.
.garding the loves and the Semi- t''
nary. e
"-The talk of Senator Broome wa os- 'o t. -
peolally worthy of montiol., Ile hant- p laer "gSlr ,
i4ed hh eubjc t. with eluthlsinem, and in vain-w without
.at th couolhision took naonsion to pay ,elaron v00t1
that ordorof noble women, the Daugh-, vWla-wheitt
te(s of the Confederacy, a most matter. 'mOWt at
i~In (lImliletmt, serve him t*
S-'The exercises wero doneluded Thur.- [)O* 1
'4q"y: night by a grand ball at East ale*? 5'
r'lorida Semminary, in which all the Ultlew As S S
young society folks of tho city and a por. ThI'sS
sleat many froinm variouet sect ioss of of tho aigO, ui*
i6tte participated. There woro pros- tame c t
ehat. nearly tifty dancing couples, and wearer o.,
l. til the "woo sium' hour" in timhe terity c h
running did thM y.uw>g folks enjoy *^ the
p1emselves in the 'lerpsiehoreall art. The most g-inetel
$huebert's orchertta furnished those crimlnnals conemned *tn t t
pana te.. eighteenth e nt'nry wa, thle h-
K 4lt m&ay be said as a whole that the victhn wa laid out OtSl bad to i
eettOlse both of the Eleve Assocliation large whto the exet.t-one
s4 East Florida Seminairy have b.cu thl bones of h'is are. leg! UIa
,|tlsy ar the most enjoyable and suc- wIth a heaty Pott a'bl^m1
asil n ths history of either the in- ntnplaue oyt ow. E
*|? tu0n or the association., 'eor i thea Pul tacs heos
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JackelDo, -Ky., Ma 25.-There was a
night of terror hsie azd alrm Ic rioa, the troops as well as the
.people.
An atltak on the jail was repulsed.
Hundreds of' shots were firod during
the' night.'
Jaclkon, Ky., May 28.-It is impoa3l-
ble to report on the attack on the
county building last night when a mob
of hundreds charged' on.' the ja1iLwher-e
Curtis Jttt and Tomr 'White are held
for the murder of J. B. Marcum.
It is not denied, however, that there
was an organized effort on the part
of feudis'ts to take Jett and White out
of jadl. Sorte say that the object was
to lynch them and some that tl\ pur-
pose was to rescue the prisoners.
Nothing can be ascertained this
morning as to the results, the casual-
ties or anything, and, there is such a
reign of terror as to prevent the se-
curing of iews or Its tranemllsion.


Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney Trouble.
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Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis-
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
,. a and cheerfulness soon
disappear when the kid-
neys are out of order
- ~ or diseased.
S Kidney trouble has
*become so prevalent
thit it is not ,nomrrimr.o
Sfor a child to b' 5oni
r at- listed with weak kid.
neys. If the child "nr*'--
a m ates *'. ohma, it the
ornie Wu-sI tM e TW", it It when the abdhil
'6t.U CL-nxuoi ted-wcttif:" ts(de-a.d ation im, (11n o nc e V
n ealiouhly Ita kwm ei troubi., apaohtt h .i
itmp a"lNll bd toward the tr-trient ac
v(hers r ."nprtani organs. This unpleasant
trouble s due to a diseased cenaittin of the
kidriev- and bladder aria not to a habit Wa
t(Uat people rsPPose.
Women aa well as men are naie tra.
erable with kidney &and bladder trouble,
ard both dne the samer-. great remedy
Thre mild krd the tl -.rnmediate effect of
bwamp.-Roott i poon rallied. It is sold
by druggists, in tifty-
cent and one dollar
sizes. You may have.a
simple bottle by mall
free, alsopamphlet tell- Home ootswmap0o.
ing all about. it, Including many b. the
thousands of testimonial letterseKtlvI
from sufferers cure. In writing Klm
& Co.,l BlngBhamton, N. Y. be s
mention this panr'.
Don't mako any mistake, ibut remem-
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A: rallway weok ald the same (causes A eanol
are mtkinitg human wrecks of astifferers a"( m ned" tMt It.hodim*
from Throat and Lung Troubles. But trans l he a a tried ie W il 4
ltio *thbe advent of Dr. King's New uchrtoml Amoke hIumalt *xid |S
for Consumption, Coughs children. D. ma i rm O
oldst e even the worse cuaes can bet fOer. At o"e. but coat
ad~ hopeless treslgnation is no trncI "lBut I mIst ha 0 e
rneoesary. MMr. Lois Cragg of; the little ones are lost." w *e
I iterMsW., is one of the many o! uy atfWint yaer : t s
i' wa saved by Dr. Klng's the a t id Dma*
U aThisran d remedy is
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vresers also of Black Tan, Anheuser-Standard. Pale-Lauer.
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WA$$WNGEON NEW YORK ASHVILLE and
;'and the. EAST. i OT SPRINGS, N. C.
C tN!CINNAT!, CHICAGO, "THE LANP OF THE SKY"
TheNO and WEST... ,, "The Sapphire Country."
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||JJ| ::OF THE SICK..
t$ W. ju asrm.. it 4nd O0
*** Point it InvOlve?. .
A writlt n the Saturday Review coti.
Steitds that wives and mothers have too
,iU6 guihven up a precious serve in
sur' enderinig the sickroom, even in triv*
tal ca-es, to the trained nurse. He
iiays "We have to face the fact that.
whlf 'B there is great gain in trained
and paid nursing, there is also a lose
of something else, and the poltit to be
titledd is whether this loss Is benefl-
S'ial to all parties concerned. Personal-
y I doubt it. So far, indeed, as th'
lighter ailments are concerned, I be-
lieve--and I know many doctors will
bear me out-that the growing habit of
meniding at once, whenever possible, for
skilled shoulders on which to lay every
tittle of responsibility cannot fall to
weaken at woman's motherhood or loos-
en the tie of her wifehood.
"This is strong language, I know, but
the subject deserves it. The nursing
*f the sick is something that no woman
can afford to leave out of her life alto-
gether without detriment to her own
character. Let her call in skilled aid
by all means should she be unfit for
the technical part of the work, but
Wtat does not exoner;to her from other
work quite a.s important, for, without
being a Christian Scientist, I assert
that no reasonable p1rnson who has
studied the ina rvelos llitluence of niand
can doubt that the enitial atniosphere
In which we happen to bie does affect
the body."


WeaK

Hearts


Are due to indigestion. Ninety-nine
of every one hundred people who halt
heart trouble can remember when it
was simple indigestion. It Is a sclea-
tifio fact that all cases of heart dia-
ease, not organic, are not only trace-
able ,to, but are the direct result of
Indigestion. All food taken Into the
stomach which fails of perfect diges-
tion ferments and swells the stomach,
puffing It up against the heart. This
Interferes with the action cf the heart,
and In the course of time that delicate
but vital organ becomes diseased.


Ilodol
Digests What You Eat
Mrs. Loring Nichols of Penn Yan. N. Y.,
wntes,, After eating, my food would distress
rme by making my heairt palpitto and I would
become very weak. Finally I tot a bottle of
Kodot and It gave me Immediate relief. After
using a few bottles I anm cured.
Kodol cutes indigestion, dyspepsia
and all stomach disorders, and gives
the heart a full, free and untram-
meled action.
Ob*, i v- S.0l_. *I i r w Glu k I I) ___


The Nun's Iioeaddreum. the tri al size, which s.
Very few person, says it French pa-
per, know the origin of the heuddress s .mWA B
which so many nlluS wear and which
hides so much of their faces. It was & Co.
formerly the custom for convents to Chicago
send nuns to the various cities and
towns for the purpose of collecting.
alms, and, its a rile, two iun, one11 old 1Oll'FOllD &4 Mt
and the other young, went to each
place. They wore small caps and i( were t ME
popularly known.w..as '..Swallows of 4.

On a certalli Ash Wedinesday two of k noti In srtoro, ot I
them succeeded In obtaining adulIssion I THEEVANSoH MICALCO. gen
to the king's palace in Paris, and, COIN0N1 ,IIO so
though thie monarch and his courtiers CA,. iA. o *
were at dinner, they did not hesitate to oIo m
solicit nlms from -them." One of the o *
nnits was very pretty, and the young .--
nobles who were feasting cast such O TI.
bold glances at her that she blushed ,
with shame, whereupon the king rose We, the undegrsgni
from the table and, taking his napkin, t pay 1,000 to atny '
folded it In two and placed it on her, p~l it hoan sow
head In such a it anuer that : ~ i B~ ~
sealed her blushes. Ever since. thlyt i, er
day, It Is Raid, this kind of headdr e li
* has been worn by nuns. .,. .

"Hore In America," said a P.hilta, l Q ,
phia artist who has travel ,ett1nl* e to
ly, "we call a boy. Joh1nie if t*W 40,' p; l 01 t A
know what his name t1I. It'" n*aeipo to 0ll
ote the varlatlont of this toio. in 4il
-the far west the name tl so1tei4 toi
.Jack, and it Is applied to any ttnge
.liWscrimhninately.. On the 'otieor 1aut4
.We always call a Chinama '0t o ,
When I was studying in Par.* I aM
tImpressed l)y the fact that to, t)e O
r rian every foreigner ls either l
*.jaeques. according to the. p.
.t"n of the uatlve who u0ee
spent one winter in 4t1iava i
L found that the C0t4an "l
iame Charlie to all mta
ERngltshmen. In "n I
auLme is not known :hIgt a i1
Xu t.r ownln sotlUthetrnt
i3eei that the colore el it
1ot el are invariarbly l 4
tblink t would be in t
1w these customs orii

Weeded We Witate
,Te story was roceil
i who, proceedin
*. oilonditit theb mitron
t )i was i .a EnglaWd B
*dJ :' her outfit was ad

ta ne pair of wit
ttis to know why. ah*
ea.n nd received the telrs
'##. be betted fo." .We ateith1ae,
Rt* hwO the spirit i w slh al
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N mAND WOMEN.
hnI m I fltfotr lit attranlo
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llltkifl, id ll o t astrli-
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PUBLIC.
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pon any~2I
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DR. J. U- AT4lIIMAN.
p NTiS' .
Successor toelgter& Alderman]
Over Dutton t Oos Bank, Gaineslluel
Speqial attinlon to Crown and ridge wo
Pbone 704
R. GORDON A TISON,
DENTIST.

Graduate Baltimore ,olloiote ttmntal Sinraery
Five yeitra' experience in New York City.
Crown. Brdide work arnt lFllIngi Speioalties.
ALL WoaK Gl'ARANTHIr,
OrFxci IIN IN E rDXL BIAWK. (LAINKS5VlU.I, PL.A

u. J. H. P1aERSOi4.
DENTISI'1


South Slde Square,.

I'arnes illock. acroNs the

J W. PAT'ON,


litloNesvlle. lb'lit

hull roill Smith'a


CIVIL EKNGINEIt .\ND SURVEYOR
(.Al,4IN i.Vllt.l( I I.tll lirA.
Doattler in roe.a, tate. T'Ihoroutghlty postelt
wih tlivery Seeilon )f lnl ti Ali)utml i ouintty.


SOUTHERN RAIIA
In Connection With ATLANTIC. COA .T LINE .
1.IErrvCTItVi JANUAnRY 14 1001 3

No. 10o NO.S 3JNo. Between Jasonvillle anid New York $No I
7 N5 at Ok n 4 nO Lv. Jack oVtil Uc. .... ... Ily......I...... ....... A . i a
l0{ 1) t ) it L. J6 tup.Oi t. ...... .. ........ .
n0 a 1 n v vn a h. .a......
I tt i A, t0! ; 0 N.
M M 11233 it 1)2 th Ar. Chnrlfttctr. N. X..... 9 2..... Lv. 9 p i4 I
i (i 2 t M Ar.troewnoro N. .. ...... I. il..
0 6i p 34 1% t.1 a Ar. Danvtull. Va .... ............... Lv. t o RD 0<
6) p ). -. M a AtV, IteIolinaund,. VA .So. By............Lv, 1%,0 p .5..0 |
4 017 p t a n f2 l a Ar. i'lnolibb trtu Vii. ...... o .,...... .,,. l. p t I ' 0
d 10 T I ; "1 4 ;1t Ar. C utrlott.vt lllh, Vit ... ...... ..... ..Lv. I1 4
Sfti.l tlO 1 5 7 40 At. Wahirigion (, V, ...... tov 1 1 a S a
I n1 it .% %o 11 Ar. ihilthinmoo, v. ..P. 1. U............Lv. a. ts-
41B II I it It I2 l Ar. Nr, 11 1 i>.oi .ih P. .... ... .. .............Lv. I| 1i 1
ij rl .! i litI .ill pt! A t, N ow Y' ,H . **** *;*,*., '.' ...-" ,,,, ^ ;........ Lv. 1 1 0l*. ... .......
No.s. I land MYa Thle s outhtrn ltPlul I.lniltet.'" Solid vestlbiletd train of liltTtnml
root.im, t>amiu( en t. i t.'ll m, q' oslt. o, Nt- w Yi'.t, AfrIl'. vsl l ti x 'p liept, u~t i n Vs loavesO ally exollt StUi l s. .'. .
Nos,. l;i ad ml N "Ntv York andl i"'lorida lKxpriOesNr." thallmin dtrawInltt rooti sleepilin)TlgO*l
tnling eae s bet woitn J ksooil\ Le iand New \'ork. Coaohets bCuitwooi JaIolkoutil'Mo ai Vd
liigto lil. y. I
Nt.?. i inl So "\i.vshinii[t.m mni dl lo'lt i Unitted." Pullman drawing room hitorollm i jlp l
L\t' et'l .t im'lssonville maml N w\ Yirli. .' o ltme between Jauviconvillo and WVivihllwgton.
OIinI e)t Vit-W iiton. l) No. ,W Throu1lt the "Land of theli ky." | No. ,
... ; t1i .v7. : ......... .. .. ... ....................... I...Mi..VI" ..in...a.M' It y .... ....'. ,7 ,, I t)
12 nt a L. ........ ......... ...... v ili a ....... o. v. .. .
S Ar .. olib, t. Lv, 12
I ,tW pI Ar .. ... Ast'evlle. N. 1V..........So. It. ...... lv. Iciy


ev un c. v.I .t :l Ar. .. .. .. t I Sprl h. N .. .... (y...., .. lV, 4
Si Ar . . . .. it tVI le, IMTtitn...,.. O. .... V. s i) I136
.1. D I. .PSEY. a I... Ar. .. . ... .. ...... 1.. 1it. .,.h i .. p... ... .. .. ....
U'URN IT!i't I;I.': ,REl \ N s. 2N i-iit lu I'4tm-l0A liniiu drawit ing >ilg loo uw i rdti et t lr eepinl oar lo twCO n .Olmi .stn.ivtlltt lteIl .n
CI-leit it litI I ,
and 1\ iI i Ne v..
LOOKINGGLASSES II:-siLVERED. Ni.5I No.13 IBetcwoe n.liekniksmv ioi ait thNorth and rl t Nl4 Wet1N4, N o.14 j
W e buiy or seN li'urlt iiro, oti (nin otontriet, L i1lit i 7 .15 Ii I, v. .l*it .h i ll''lle, 1il m .. ........................ .A.10 i t
with oll tmi tht e oom t -lt, i l, u lh. 'Pl rou ttn t' im 01 1 it AI N !sI il t . ... .. ... . .. ...... ... ...... Ar. ).
i-.nl iii.Od,11 li tliititl~fit'i ti i wi > .i v Ht f> i> M itl A ; '. 11i1 1i, t .L. ................................................ I tO W,
..oll.te a tt ia 1.. landAtI I I | 1A A ,ilim t It . ....... .................. ....... ... l. 10\ p t1,t
A 1.. .. . K '1 ,v \ I .\ i t . . ....... .. 8
rl t [,Ff ) T A Y I.u~it t- 5 12 13 It A r, iilltme l ii, i .... .. ... .. ...... .... .. ...... I,-.
P A N \ I0 10 u Irh i! Ar. tI.el l tittoi>, I . . , ........ ........ ... tV ) I
PAiPER I IANI( dN(7 i M 7 0 Ar. lhtoluim O a .............. ..* .. J :,.o 9 i
SAINESVILL.E ,LI.IuA ;1 h o I .tv. Ct otiil .l.t. ...... Hl" Fmr. ............ .......... A 7 t a 0
.....O p t 1. Ar. c t . i. . ient for inc on oi s I ALL PAiint OLii.to ..t.. lt i. tu os .... .... ........... ..A t
COM PAN)M Y, N w. ......Yor ..... H .
................ ..........0 11). i.... .. % 0...b o vtt.ni ,. r ,. ....1i o l iit I ,A 74 aon n..... ..... .. A. 0 t, 0
4Kco. v. WAI.Kt H iTAM l? 1 nT T. IttAYt ItAU Ii 3% ; i t Ar ti'. tht I ........, Mo.IO1n ............. Tv. 900 1) 1)1
s il la i I,4n 1\ 'linil ti l.tl i ld o ...... t.Ll & D. -M hi. C tI(oi ... ....... Ar. i a 746
T "\ rt D 5 l>p lii A r, Tol'lh O io, .... .. .... .0II A : ... .. .,.(e o Ohio
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Jacksonville; F'lorid I .v. lih'iiit l, h Uli .......... ......... .. Ar 4, l 't

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AFE IS ELVED', ERl't, i 7 i a Ar. St.. i.<,mlf Mo, .. .... .. .. ...... ............. Lv,
W M. SORI.LLEit, Proprietor. t t1 i p IA. L txitolt i>, I y .. o, Ity .......... ............ Ar. r, t a .s ,
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182 W Porsyth st, Jatcksonville, Fl%. V., i. t n Ar. .lcin- li.. .. ... ..,v, ,
Opposit 1'onnt nlloe. NIm ; I5m aiti "(it 'lmitm lt lmll Il hrlt i tm i lp-otlil,." IolWt' v< ( ittl ih trmti'n be w iw loi Jaoikl uiaI
nd .:hlhcinluiul. Ari'lvm lmd tllv OX( x(epL Mom1diY0 v leaves tiftly ixoot t4uadIy, 'Ph houlll
.- .. trintt g rit monil hmloeoinltf 0o1 st t(i i.;t1l<' aso vilt I h tl'ilur: to (lvelitMtd viii B.lt H tif h: tol tittk
SBeat dinng place in Ofty. F h i,.' m mlti( IIiII ar y O Ort.ittiumitti. Also lua mlnay,, Thur ttlay ahmtil ittwdrariy, oIh1
WInes, LUq'u mt:i.d Cigars. PumllUniii hepilinu tri t, letrolt.
,; : ... -.-. No. 1 i t I ,I iTher l'lorMnatmtSll,". od vo nttilo trttin ltull\itn In vawint room l i
Iina l .tf Mr FIrht-cl- N tl0horiuliiaoiror 0 cUiohom Adn0l l dlln kin m larbetl wo r W n llokt0i iO ( ll lltld Ol
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[fR*l.)#`tl~l!o til, ltllt y!.hui ..b11 .... . .... . .. .......... ..
E Wl8E, hQOORS & OTGA1R No.b -No tlvtitwaw .Jitkmoville a nd Kautuiam Ity No.14s
|'**v*S *.1 v**.'*,i R8 & .l l1 7 ,lo............ ..o..loo... ....i. ...it ...i...,. M iy...... ..............Ar l V W'l
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i~stiuk t lt l04 etl* i i itilng it .iDally.
Sa-1t1 .ilgtt.ar. A. to any aleket Agent for Romervationt.
betiQqu tb ,t ,bi..er0 4I4.0 ,, t ."l A!t., 108 W. Way t., JackNontIti.-ie,*.
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COUNTY C


I1 of General
rored by Our I

O ,A.AND4
i~ ,-s Happened.a
-Iappen Told in
~i hat "He Who
~(t The Sun.
tire Withi (Cuishma
0eorge We. Moyors
ylfor Oeala on a In
fitter see Moyers i
404i. right away quic
uptice' .' 8w Si
t among those who


Ns ANire with Cushman & 1Ii.
r1 AND Deputy Sheriff J3.. Lee Stokes of
i0n ENr&I t tMica'inpy was among the visitors to
fUONDENSE0 this ity yesterday.
Captain HUghes, wife and son Ar-
tere~ t Gat chic, departed yesterday for Colutmbia,
Interest nn., wre they will sped the sum-'
Reporters, mer with the former's mother.
The Seaboard, Air Line will run an
00CIAL ITEMS extuirsion toJauksonville on May 80th,
-and the round trip rateo from Gaines-
nd What is Going ville will bo $1.50. Tickets good re-
hort Paragraph turning to June 2, nolusive. 4t
uns ay R Sigl youg men will find the
Runt May rR Brown flouse Annex, 75 cents per
week to $2. Also several rooms for
n & Hill. light houseeeuping. Apply Brown
departed yester- ,use offle.
isiness trip, F. G. Sampson of Boardman, one of
about those on- the most extensive orange growers in
ik, lest ye forget, thife section, was among the visitors to
nith of Micanopy this city yesterday, From his grove of
visited the lty ninety-five acres hli expects to ship 10,.l


t erday .. 000 otxes of oranges next season.
lisw Myra McMillan went yesterday L Lynch and Capt. A. Paul, ohlef
Otiale, where qhe will visit relatives clerk and spetoal agent of the Uniteod
a few days. State's land offoe., respectively, 4.6
i tive J. A. J. Strickland of Hague parted yesterday for Ja vi
i, among those who paid the county where they went o uste
Lt a visit yesterday.. ed with the United tateeqt
amies F. Taylor, traveling patfsenger Mrs. B.IF. Hai tmo, r
t of the Seaboard Air Line with day from Thomasilie,
quarters at Tampa. was at the was called a 'ew
awn'Hfpse yesterday. of the sad deth I
H; Benjamin of. Micanopy was 'ro 4e* idde She w
" those who favored the county on he, turn .
Itil with a visit yesterday. lHe bwrthe wh
of th0 I.-ading merchants of .that

Iiss Ada Dampitr of llngue, one of lativ thi~ O
'most efiolenit school teachers in r t0 t o* is
oounoty, was in the city' on buaSl. yte4',., eO
a connected with> the supberintendom OttsV "1
as olfi.o I,4sttvrdav. tht of .B. Z":t


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t $'$ .^ 1 ^ ; PressUre o-f ,s)ness. Necessitates -Reo
;4opy'w ,rev itos 'to '(thsoy p y,* 'ovti to Latger Field. !
davT'i" After a succe-sful business career
T ...opul eifpreginsteted f the ceripngr period of seven years in this
itey, whih has .ontpntly grown sinee
BrownUouse. the day oits birth, James A. Abrams,
rrs. L. Feter, an eetitnable ho ornduets a musical business on
lady of Savannah, t in the Oity aguest East' Liberty street, has decided to
of Mr.W. .p0Lee. ove to Jtck'so45ilile, and on- July 1
IYE J.. McKiastry, Jr. returie4d Wii open iu that city. This change is,
rom, Newberry, yeterday, where he due to the rapidly increasing buAiness
had been called on professional busip ofd this progressiv'young man, and to
ees. r no othercause He now enVoys an ex-
Miss MNay Alison, a eharTmltngyoung colit business, in ftaa al .that his faI
la4y of Mieanopy, ,was among those a lltas will pern ithi to handle from
who favored GTe ille with a vi~it th point, ad, being ambitions to ex-
yesterday. tend his trade under more favorable
fciroumtilance and reach fnt a
W. Oanon of Jacksonville, tra- broader field, a deemed reach iove neceto a-
elbig freight ,gent of -theJacksonville de ed th ove
ad uthgr esten railroad_ wa re g sary. In his circular, which has found
.. ,'.:t' rl "s re lits way through the- mails, Mr. Abrarns
ted atthe Bron Hose yetea give a few very just and practical rea-
Remember the grai.d excursion over sons why the move should be made.
the Seaboard Air Line to. Jacksonville, He states that,Jacksonville being more
May 80 The round trip will be only central, that city enjoys a more liberal
$1.50, and tickets will be good n.til freight rate, which every one knows is'
June 2. Tickets good on any train. 4t a fact, whether it is a just one or not.
Miss Eula Bauknight of Archer is in Locally his territory will be much
the city, a guest of Miss Lucille Col- Iarger and naturally the possibility of
clough. She came for the purpose of hi. sales greater.
attending the banquet and ball of the Mr. Abrams is the Florida salesman
Eleve Association of East Florida Sem- for the celebrated Crown piano, and
inary. has handled that instrument with very
The game of ball between the mnr- flattering success. He has the agency
chants and drummers yesterday after- for the Knabe, another high gride in-
noon resulted in a victory again for the strument, and says between the two
merchants by a score of eight to eleven. there'will be "something doing" when
The affair was nOt as largely attended he gets inpo a more extensive field. lie
as had been expected, but those who has many friends here who will regret
did attend enjoyed the game. his removal, and will wish him success
The ladies'of theo J. Finley Chap- in ils new field.
ter, United Daughters of the Con- Too Great a Risk.
federasy, have accepted the kind in- In almost every neighborhood some-
Vitation of COL Morrow, commandant one has died from an attack of colic or
Lew Wallace PIost, G. A. B.. to be cholera morbus. often before medicine
present at the G. A. R. Memorial ex- could be procured or a physician sum-
eroises today, Saturday, at 10 o'clock moned. A reliable remedy for these
Mrs. E. F. Taylor and her accou2 diseases should be kept at hand. The
plished little daughter, Miss Edith, risk is too great for any one to take.
after a pleasant visit to the former's Chamberlain's Coloe, Cholera and
father, Judge G. J. Arnow, have re- Diarrhlioea Remedy has undoubtedly
turned to their Afome at Brunswick, saved the lives of more peoples ad re-,
(a. This lady was formerly i resident ifed nmore i; t a b s pferi"g than
of Gainesville, aid her numerous thi. r i .se, .t can a-"
friends here were glad to see her. w 1ores.ey
Henry Alston, manaOr of th;e AlA i. i ol[
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15, 20, 5,10, 8056, 50cyd.
New Shirt We -ItLineno

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Novelty Lins 'i'
For Skirts tand Jachiet Suts
Warranted Fast Colors.
Stamped
Linen Waist Patterns.
Novelties in Neckwear
Special Values in 5 and
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Full line of FINE CAS-
KETS, COFFINS,
ROBES, etc. All funer-
al supplies up to date.
Hearse and carriages
furnished when desired.

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:.all business in this 'lin'e
Orders by mail or tele
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AIhen you want a plhmsauit phlyt Sat
Ohamberlai,,'s Sti.nchli nit nl Liver
O6ts. They are easy to take tand. lE tQ self t
itftt l effect, For salo by all
ggts and tedicinoe do lors 00A, .
wre to Jacksovlt ll0 a.d return for I
I grand lexcursion, Soabh'ard Alt,
Will 1e on(ly $1.50 on the 80th S.e "
good returning June 2J For fur-
Spartiulars seeo Mr. Cobb, 4t o: .'
'st excursion to Jacksonville over
SSeaboard Air Lin, May 3tht, Will teesg
a. ferst of the season, atnd a great
wil It'todowilbt take advantage of ^MF,
portuniiy to visit the metropolii 'to
J low rate of $1.50 for the round trouble
,::Tickets will beo good returning hi drugJi
lne., inclusive, 4t tr U bo
a Gralham departed yesterday well man y ,
Oghkeepsi. N. V., whore he will dgestion,
' llSttnts l Busiss ('College. t'i lack otf it.
mloipanhled as far as Jackson- ito
Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Graham, the result t r 0r
has been a student of East Flor- by all druggists ad :
la.ry for the past term, and is Mrs.. 1. *S
Sunusually brg young dayfor Oran, aSP
is course at l'oughkeetpsio ts to spew t
Spo 4doub. prove of great benefit to pt to P .nd
h ot* commercial standpoint. suumr, and Pro l
... '< .. day, and on MonaMyjIpi
^ [P.H- MoOreary, president of open his summ er n<
r *tt Oh pter, U. D. C. desires ite resort. Prof. Bri, *
nt S|v$itatlon of LeUw Wallace Post, commercial departed
A to attend ts memorial x- da Seminary, and h'a
Ies t eh metety tody. OCar- snoeessul in former
11" 4be in rta*' an4 will b Oranige Springs norma
members of the chapter free are that the coming
1Those 4dt ig~t per' one of the moet suceus
r 0 o'nS' th i1in ie In t eaehing, as he hr a
BoD*olck :this oat'r the parmmage of a
A' o4 azormial stnets.


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