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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 31, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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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: VID01894
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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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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xNO. 93


UKtEMEASURES

KENTUCKY TOWN'

ns Protect Courthouse
d Jail at Jackson.
RI'IES ARE VIGILANT,.
latentlyy Rumored that the
ineers Are Gathering and Will
ian Attempt to Release Jett
ite.
e, Ky., May 30.-Advices
kson, tbio morning, indicate
a'is quiet.
was some firing duting the
nobody was hurt.
intain passes into the little
guarded during the night
ts of militia. Rumor is per-
at the mountaineers are gath-
1 will make an attempt to re-
t and, White and the vigilance
thoritles has been doubled.
tling and Hotchkiss guns are
.laces believed to be the most
eous to the troops and for the
in of the jail.
g is known of the whereaboils
.Mc)Ewen, who left yesterday
ta believed to be the first ac-
orm&aton regarding an at-
release Jett and White caine
orning. It is said several of
Mntaln desperadoes have been
Eight and eay since thbe two
Were lodged in jail here,
g the news of the capture and
/pared to rescue their comrades.
tary authorities here have no
A*Itelllignce from the moun-
although many effXrti have,
e to secure someltilg more
ey have been fruitless.
en decided to keep au out-
all roads and mountain. pas e
at night, but .dturlg thNi6 .
Itll probably result In: a d~ll
ire troops and the field of i ~S -
Sthiu-s w,(itoned. All neW i 8p 7
piondents have boen put 1 -1 :.*i#*
e military camp. They, 'i i
fly stopping at the little hdtitl
but were hroug'ht In yesterday
ord-ers of the' military authori-
None of the writer Is allowed
,ny matter for his paper after
and all must remain In canip
-dark until suunrlse under iUll-
jspervislon. overal of the cor-
l4ents who tii> l to send stortea
ir. papers of the shooting two
Sigo'were ilacedl under arreAt
y wre leaving camp and retlai.
ihelr tents. ":'
6 telegraph office Will rezmud
gAifgtt hereafter .untU ordered
f th1e uper0Al wt*iN*'t orne
0.4tal comopaiy l k trietl1%,
vorrspondenti o4not so to
SwhIeh Is 1 the Lexiinto"a
M r allro#ad depot, aeooUt
tary rule. Attorney t, *W


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(;INESVILL t, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, Y31, It003


troops there. There hss been no at. TOPIC _HOUE AANSASIUAft
tack en the jal, but a sentry fired a TOPIC F BURTON AREA RAROARING TORRENTS
a object whichdidnot stop wCen Condition of the Crop Far Below Last
wchallon :.,ll Iga LODcow C.IRCLES Y, ARE KANSAS-RIVERS
The stuatn has boon unehango, ew, York, May ,- -o Journal o
au,, our State is being done an injuls-- ~l.a e will today issue the results
Lice. The officers are doing etery- Chamberlain's Protectionist ota careful vta1, n or ti acr Flool Situation In State la
thing in their power to before the l:w, latelit th condition of
convict criminals and establish p-ace Policy. the plant and tIho progre s of faern ofotmil
and order. No reinforcement of plant and th r o .
troops has been requested.-or is need. MAKES GOOD HIS ASSERTION. Thos results in r ar HUNDRE HOMELESS
ed." Frir~st. an lcri-t'c't'. to -lh exact, o HUNrIEC Y HOMELESS
--- -- I Reciprocal Trade Between the Mothe'r eight-tenths of I per ent in ti areA Raway Track
ORDE...Ai MM iTO. umler cultivation; second, a I'ea Bridge Awy, Railway Trak
ORDERI! M MUNITION. Country and Her Colonla Qustion of 16,9 poilntsa lu condition, and, third, Submerged, Tclephcno Lines Downr
Every General Store in Feud Ridden of the Hour-Columr.s of Comment agreement that the season is two or andThousands of Acree Covered with
Section Receiving Supplils. Fill Papers. nthl eks lords, an increase of p24.- Wator-H-4vy Rainfalle Continue.
ILouiF.ville, Ky., May 30,--lDvory gen-
eral store In the feud rldvden lstrlct London, May 30.---Colontal Sr.,tary .42 acres as Indicated, while the Kana.s City, Mo., M'ay 30.--Nearly
of Dreathitt has received a consign- ciaitbelatiln's protectionist poluity is crop's average condition is 75. comipar- four inches of rain Cell in portions ot
meant of ammunition during the past the all-prbvailing topic of dlacusad eg with 91.9 reporte.d lat year by vir- Kanma last might. adding to the al
week. It is impossible to ascerta u here. His luasteorul assertion that tually the same the amount of balls and cartridges he would make rocleprocal. trade bo- Tilhe returns are from 1,300 eorre- the tlood In that state mout serious.
whipped into Jaclson and the hamlets twee the another country fnd her pondents whose reports boar average ody it is s till railing t many point
nearby, but it was adm.ittod today b )y colhie tile. question of the hour has date of May 24. North Caroll.na re- an(d to hal w ather bureau prodletl
the head of an amm unition store In beon snsatlonally fulfilled. Columns ports bear average dte of May 24. turt'or rainfall, which Is certain to re-
Louisville. that shipments had, bee* of connect ftill the afternoon nowpa-. North Carolina reports an ili'rened mult li ontor.touia dau an d to cause
ade. pers anid every one is aa kin ; Birea of 6i per cent or (18,843 aros; the ot serious lool porlats iin the
"We supply that territory," said "ooes It mean dissolutioit" South Carolina 4 per cent, or 8l-,71 history of the state,
Colonel lIelknap, head of the firm of Tile Ieople maintain that the gov acres; (Georga throe-tiontl of 1 per Added to the gonra damage In
Belknap & CO., "wlth all their ammunal ermneut contomplates appealing to the Cent, or 11872 acmv'; liorida, 1 per bridges wawhold out, railway track
tion. I cannot say that the shipments country on preferential trade and oil oCent, or 2,661 iC'nea: Alhtamna, a dO- sutbmnrged Wad thousands of acres of
since the trouble began have been ox- Age posionslon Immediately after the creofi of 3 per cont, or 109,7I9 acron; bottom lands covered, as reported last
traordinary. 'but all of the dealers in close at the proset sesadol of parlia- Mll s8t;iliil, a d1(cr'eOtse of 1 pltr cent, eight, today hundrrtds of telegraph
that territory have been supplied dw ment at the beginning of A.guet, while or 22.701 acrea. pi are down and telegraphic omu
ing the past week." I other maintain thitt the government I LoulNIlna and T &,exas, no change from mnunilcttlon with many poilntts tt shut
Co .o:pi 13.lkn.lap declined to say hSa not the slightest Intention orf gv- laist yoar; Arlran ar, i, irta.ne t t; pet off. Th, train nro delayed in every
wv :therany arms had ,een sent, and ing up its unexpired term offTko, cent, or 1.20,41S an4ros; Tennessee, iu- 1 irection ant on several lintB traffic
refus il to affirm or deny the -report Tho Telegraph generally sMaii-iaspir rea-s. of 2 itmr 'cent, or 12,150 tpcecreiOsr a toat utirely at & LatadtNtlll. The
that a larae number of lreatrms and 14-, e 1a ys: tho Intdin 'rr!tory, an increase of 5 b tvest fall of rali tlast nmght was in
000 cartridges had been sent to Jack- "The imbue could tnot be voted on for per cent, or 3 (685 acres, the northet half of Kan*aa. At Oun.
son since Monday at least eighteen moant-a, but in tha In condition, North Carollna t'epo)rl co d4nt it anninud to 8.78 Inchos, at
W. B. Hargis, one of the principal mean-time the department will give a decrease of I0 per cont; South Oaro- l'aker. 2:3;! at Corinto, I:80 and M
in the H-argls-Cockrell feud, which tho the country and parliament every op. mla of 17 per (lent; Georgin, of 22 per O age Ci;ty 1;63.
caused the trouble, keeps a. generl portunlty to d-iscuss It." cent; Flort,li, of 10 per cent; Alab&a.in, [I Kanait City the Mloiourt river Il
store in Jackson and it Is sad a large A deflniteAeclston wIll probably be of 15 per 'ent; MlIslulolpl. of fi per bnkful and #ti.ll r ing and tlrwltdy
consignment was sent him early n t Uarrived ,airtly, and, will devond al- eet; Iulana 12 per' cont;' Toxas, ba cvmotd great damago to busines
week. m t outfirely on the reultbftitthe prop-. 1 per cent: Arlianmas, 15 por cent. hiotmet aind other property. ln Iti bot
Sga di ti now undertaken by heo preis Tiinesseoe, 10 per cenit, and Indian Tor- totln imid alolK tlhe Ka- river woet
BOYS PASS MUSTER. and the meners of the hhoU of comni rtory, 10 per cent. rrf'n its rnmonth iat Kalitiat City; Kani.,
....----- If the liwtrlcations ow that thi ltow.a for in tre under wa-
QuaIifie for AdmisslonW to Wat ont Ir Oabe likely tohave the SAWED WAY TO LIG .RTY. ti ,', iutndre of fnillhae have been
M ilits Actdemy. : Q y+ at his b1c a. gen~a -leco' I rendered hortioloe s arId thmiutanttUl od
W hintomton 1 '0.--e oo4 e tre y Noted Prtor Escape From theacres of grainl are under water.
ondiatoes t are a~$oilotse who .hay Jb* k. on. Ten n., J l " ail. -
@oualifled for Stlmitiitl to th tiUitary t~t. t. .. Mnmih.T1s. Tenn1., May 30."-A Apocalt i MANY TRAINS TIED UP.
dmy oJutie 1r i0: .. sca.t ie an, la1 dob 0ui T 1,S limtrfromm-ast Jackson, Ten.., I
almAaba Willam L Marti, Jr. :he^ w t #t 5 preat,. but ; .theeeotpe fr ozn tlf county Ploods Have Giti)y Dl organized Rail.
Ivia arr and Thosman L. Cl~ie he is eati t clly otve that with t re riy thli morn of tr road Traffic,
Sn.W. od H. Gole)mi, on Dolit.t.. .l etio thte owtiti e prisoner#, all of whom were eOn'a
eott d Will P ca be ro1t.'t to 0 tY, w[tols of Vet4 l n S by county, They are Thavewsp Kehtely M ay ti-,r'he troops
+eoIta--Warren ttt, h policy. hoe ,o bave d.oiS Sa Mler, wif mura lorr, under sea- ortlacom ti ly lnlsr. (tnd tra te
WiIson, Wilfla 1ery, J. HW. the s me Wthora e e dt Kahn a loresin Kruger, tit tlus.Gnr Isupi.
to.: ve ke nttt .d-up men. en d itedent Kruger, t r I
AoUt OaUo4llr -Cah. 4r. 6 :a/.: .... IZrg ro i Ten ne"sAe. 1' A( tiiS4 the crltal s ty r yetmn is in a deplorablO con-
I'sBoo~ h,,ryO with the : J.tioa yl, 1 'he tI olorado river Is tied up
iaore trr to desi a th li W. t -brAh t. t 0 is point, four traln at M l-s e eg y i r lia an.*ad oe at Wilhita. Another
040I i44 ur.a OIOha tl* Aln Ma t hI the omt e to'ery o tre* .a ths i p somewhere on the llor.
M r.. "by e rein 0'~ .ki. w A dw only the 1t. Joseph tine
,- b 4boU iww 1n:pn ,to ,Topk is working. At Keatsa
......e ne ... m*a4trat at midnight put the town
VtiroQtJ GQL. Q ueor th ree feot of water. Tho nion
"OI ; : J e ...... Thd() $4' ^ L s:lf *ystIm 1 in litte tietter cond;-
tdra oppo$i t M t ti At t th i tukfa, east of To*
;^44BdYg prtsk trarkslt o overedT. hei
'477 4a dtAg'", W. is over the At.rt aclors o th
a:w itsv I#I ,, ,, houses at i St. Mary 's The


i the Jett and Whte eaes .
morning to allow a uri t r"
ictrom another oouaty tb r rted ti
te court convened Judgl trItt'UItl wt
Ple.the objection of Mr. er WAsw.a fr
,4 d~fense. set the case ) trs .. R ~*
Oe4SVy June 1, whea the com-i a.dae ite a
will 'make Its announce' turned.
i4B; Pa will not be entered The bo1 1 4 i *
giiat$ the conditions are con- men have bts
by both sides. 'Two eEIan *,BMi
W inollned to remov W. T. Acker, W*a.
lilhos term of office ex. afterward died.
_4d who cannot act in All the other doa a
Ifor' tjiaCase Bth mated.
4aee on what con-i A s Y4oTC 'oWoe E
triw o. 'a, Court Ibur.d; and tta. db* w.
until toi.rr *S.lher Itu at last &cO.S-.
aadyt he would -- ----
ITIra IOs cases An. Muohurian S OtuatO"
jlipo(ted for tbem, o Maor. M S0.-A-0
appolited itn* ,ptch to The TimeS th
Xd"the defense 25. MManchuria t.a unoCbaS
i i rH w e*ched by the< cOuut5 aree that. BA
for contlnknceto- A
-.'. m Al~tary officer om *the a
VRMIMR !,ECKHAM TALKS, i RuSttia is miking exte
!veytbong : s Beimg Done toftor 25,f)4) ton's-of rfal
MaintaiL Order at Jackson. a warlike attil tid
utev*l lay 3.--- eApecial from the oorr spon+nt4.,. t.r
ktfot, E'i..5 a: loading al w.I' broad
lonel MEr Wdlls11ama. inchArAr t Artibr- M. IAweAr. th
14*tlalt.ary 4Sres Jfckon, will ise, is exp.eted to.
M t ft noon, for a coferw- torw-row .
witlat% governor over the sita* Ae Jeff'di Ora
rt ty. Governor May W.---AI
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fea are sader 8 ost Of Water in ma1 y
Iblaces between I ere and Wamoneo'
4W 0-N he g 4Is utiable to PAM
jakeVew on the ma sinath.

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THE DAILY SN: GAINESVI, FLORIA, AY 31, 1908


mpr.W4Wanty4Sist V, Om OnNe ost
Sn'o7. 'r Held. .

THE AWAtO"IN.: .OF 'PRizes

T wo. H'' H dsloml Gold Med*aes! Were,
PreerA 4 to Deserving Young La-
dies, WOiie Inoteresting Sooks Were
Awarided*o Other Students.
o I siomln 190208, one of the happiest
i hO : ears of Miss Tebeau's Boarding
S7 ad "Day Schopl closed Its work for va-
i.tiFn Friday. The examitiations were
;: 14 during the preceding week, and
w.. re iiterestiig and satisfactory.
.... : heo pupils mentioned below were
S wrded prizes for obedience, punctu-
, ality, i and diligence in discharge of
duty:
.Belle Sadler received the first honor,
the "star-medal,"
Miss McCarroll, having completed
the full course of lltoratue.and mathe-
maties required by the school, re-
oeived the "'scholarship medal,"
Frazor Thomas, Ialay Eddins, T. J.
Swearingen, Holland Fagan ard Howe
MOCormick were made happy by re-
wards of interesting books,
GREATLY ALARMED
By a Persistert Cough, but Perma-
nently Oured by Chamberlain'$
Cough Remedy.'
Mr. H. P. Bturbage, a student at law
S in Greenville, 0S., had been troubled
for four or five years with a continu-
ous cough which he says, "greatly
alarmed me, causing mo to fear that I
w a w ia 6h4 first stage of consumption."'
Mr. Burbage, having seen Chamber-
lki's Cough Remedy advertised, con-
oatded to try it. Now 'read what he
Iays of it: "I soon flt a remarkable
Ohahgte and after using two bottles of
the twenty-five cent sioe, was perma-
nently. oured." Sold' by all druggists
ad medicine companies.
RULING OF JUDGE WILLS.
Only Cates of the dail Birds to. Oome
Up at Special Session.


SCOTT'S E M -ULSI .N
is for babies' ad children
who are thin and pale when
the iouht t be fat and
ruddy; for men and women.
who are weak and delicate
when they ought to be strong.
and hearty-for all who are


not getting proper nourish-
ment from their food,
Poor blood, thin body, open
the door for disease. Scott's
Emulsion bars the way.
Makes the blood richer, pro-
duces healthy flesh and above
all provides nourishment.
We'll send you a sample free upon request.
SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl Street, New York.

INJUNCTION'S I,8CUED.
To Restrain Union Minets From Block,
ading Mines.
KnoxvllUe, Tenn., M-ay SO.-All the
Inju,: cti is. Irue.it to re.Atrain union
miners from blockading the mines of
the Tennessee Ccoal company at Coal
Oreek were served this morning and
the mines were not molested today,
though they are still closed on account
of the death of the brother of the-
manager.
It Is the annotuincel intention of the
Tonnseso e ('om )a.ny to rosu;,ne opera-
tlons next Monday, having been closed
just one week tocd'ay. The Royal Coal
and Coke company, frc-ni which miua
men wont to joIn ln the blockade ot
the T'cnnessee company'sa mines, is 5ti'iI
closeol and will remain closed now um,
til thb compf.ny completes extpnsiva
relpalrs, putting In a eompreFaed air
system. Thle Black Diamond Coal
coTmpany resumed work this morning
with a small force. It Is stated by an
official that the men who went to work
this morning did not do so with the
und.r-stmalinig that the company aI to
reguiN the notice whlch the Unitod
Mine Workers' of America posted. The
company considers ite contract witU
the minors as having been broken by
the miners quitting work, and Is taklgi
the .mon back Independent of their .pre
vious contract, It Is said.
AN the other Coaf Creek 'mines are


Circuit court to convene here on the working about the usual force.
10th of June will not be over-burdened -
with the criminal business as was at 0T. Louie Teamster' StrIke,
flrt supposed. 't. IAui, May 3o.-e atN
Ani oier from Judge Wille, the teams ters fs to reume workto.
newly-elected. judge for this' olirduilt, 'ntethitaron: erul. t r
gave out the information that he ;h 1 ult.n toI re aiag out. T.he.y
would only hear oases from the n.um'. pa etic tyl.an w i i.idtu' asa't
ber of criminals that were now Inoar ot . a union and tey w ll absol rt
oerated in the counw y jail. ,ly i .ar 'r any o i+r4 t from the a
He has further stated" in his order tiontl or local 4f i.ers '
that witnesses, who were to appear .
here for th6 cases that are outon bond Mie M1ONehliy, poor.
cold remain at home, : as nothing but co, Mi)4 y aor
the forgoing busini s would transpire *ral' Rbe-t swry, 'eomakitg *e
during the special session. M.l5"s ." It:a.. of th. Un .** .o '?1^
h fl-e-..der WUer ha.s. b aa i;i
The 'X-Rays. ,,4e,, o yiebaapi
Rtooent experimental, b: y'prl s t eio,
tests aod examination. wit tU aid of ba ot honor at M-
the X-Ra estebuah a4 a fa that Ne ta ) s
sttomho ih ott a 'disease oh oo
o' itlf, but that It ,re*is t4'.from 'WOO
i Decpks.t of .tfIndigj41e, o a i S < Q I ol
.Own I$^ My Indigen1on: .o*f Mi4
It" w I t'urei teyou of lMtI t ho.: i .
. alf. r (ada t O' W 4 etert andL bo nd-Trip,
ls e tomniot h. KodotIdt: t7" ,a" ,1L
eat--ma16 the itomna0Mo sweet Ste A a
by Bodiford & MoulluaA,
No" C:' ha rOrBnixpd. rid the folowin attratq yat a
New Ohapt.r O toBrnto wn, Eletotg
A new chapter to be kown as th e $, ...., t
J. Finley Chapter, U. D. i., has beet rom Oio River Gwy
organiuimed in this city 'a. d 0in'4IUe Mi settlers' ttak indo
an now drenboat o n P. Tickets wll be sold on the rt ad
Sotler lroife has beewhCn the leo nludpn omber ''ih, e
dient avnd Mthe .ro "'W. l ayaor, ; sleufeie o rrs', eso al l o it ts tl



oand Tar ia ie tafe *and'b eadsedil o P me- to th|Rad
Spresident, Taile-s. nMyw o i -lih Itv o iMnatet Oneio 'ando ata
sitarts out with a fmmbrainebou rohp. Pit h rd (w )mite, fat ol us" $sl
Sch of Win h PeOt r, Ind..t i. l l o 1e tis, o:d nM third aTu wdl
Some old by e mo. allanos drug tori,. .a thir 'i of each tmonti, t. an
p other's life are tosie whett the litJlr ,4$-4 r0 %6mberLj7th, .






-.,t v.. 1908, wth finhtai b'
neprohavements oup.n Garden Streti te n-e eye k rom date of 'ute
ndp Tar isen nt ofe 8, etet Work Da- T.sin.ts wi1i.to' t
'that n ever fails. 'bty bo.would h W; i aSot Aee .ne aidw 0 o an o




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thie V46eet.o u foit r e for several, days vortlin Ieaettsa, 06tr o
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WL;L1 HOLD ALL-OAY M TIW4QON

Temperance Workers *Wtl Pray for
S success oflrohibitlon ...
O. TuesdayJune Sd, there will be
heNd an all-day prayer and devotional
service at the W. o. T U. reading
rooms, beginning at 8 o'clock ..in the
Iornling and closing at 6in the even-
,ing, Different leaders have been ap-
pointed to take charge of each hour
during the day.
The service will be held in the inter-
est of the temperance work in our
county and all friends of the cause,
both ladies and gentlemen, are cor-
dially invited to be present at some
hour during the service.
The following list of leaders will
have charge at the hours mentioned:
8 to 9 a. in., Ohris. Matheson; 9 to 10.
a. m., Mrs. Starke; 10 to 11 a.in., Rev.
T. P. Hay; 11 to 12 a. mn., Maj. W. L.
Floyd; 1 to 2 p. mr., Rev. W. J. Carpen-
ter; 2 to 3 p. in., Mrs. A. J. CaCosta;
3 to 4 p.min., Mrs. W. J. Carpenter; 4
to 5 p. m., Mrs. Dora Cromwell; 5 to 6
p. m., Rev. J. B. Hdlley.
Not a Sick Day Since.
"I was taken very sick with kidney
trouble. I tried all sorts of medicines,
none of which relieved me. One day I
saw an ad, of your Electric Bitters and
determined to try that. After taking a
few doses I felt relieved, and soon.
thereafter wasentirely cured, and have
not seen a sick day since. Neighbors of
mine have been cured of Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Liver and Kidney troubles
and General Debility." Thl is what B.
F. Bais, of Fremont, N. C., writes.
Only 6W0. at all drug store.



E.E.VOYLE
FIRE, BOND and
ACCIDENT INSURANCE,
Representing a number of prominent
American and English oompaniqs..

Abstract & Realty Company,
[Iineco orated] i .;,
E, E. VOYLI, Manager*
Get an abstract of title to land before
bing. After, Vay~if t.e pOb
monwY taere 16 fe redre forteo



mAn 441RE e;,tR P *t :
Not sxR FOR $a0.


,u'-- ... o a... o-.ta on 81 exce !
4ird Epress, drawing room Pullman 'liee ris betwe,
d New York, via Richmond and ,Wash'int'0on. Vest
,e0 Jacksonville and Washington, via Ri hond. CadV
Jaeksonville. .
ii da'y coaches, mail, baggagee and e-pre oars be
Washngeton, and drawing room Pullmai leperss b.
Utrke for LaOCrosse, Alachua, Willeford, 'Wanee an
i at Aener with Early Bird branch.
iian' leeper-between New Orleans and J @konville.
t :" Havatna.--Leave Port TamIpa ~df Tuesday
Au0st Gen. Pass. Agent, 3ac~ki sville, Fla.
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S. orty of LIJBEUALITY6P 60 TO CONTRACTS
Consdertin PROMPT pArMEToi LOSSES.
We cover these important points andrespectfuJy
solicit a share of your business.


Fire, Life, A:ident anid ealt sura ,

S--Agents for the---

SVitor Safe and Lock Company
9 OXi:.O:i-QL~ a_b 3 0 i0--
Tile "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties contemplat-
ing the purchase of a safe, or anything in that line,
from a box to a bank vault, will save money
by consulting us. Call on or address,
0 C USHj :L &1 MIIL,
Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE, FLO RIDA







Air Line Railway.

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AilEMINENT LAWYER

ronds' for Objections in
Sthet Injunction in the' Can-
f the Returns for the Wet
)uestion. '
keyjmen have decided to
14ty of the coming wet
on, and with tils end 4in
i1gaged counsel which
commenced work alouag

ay afternoon Gol. Robt.
presenting the liquor men
county, served .notice on
homas, chairman of the
nty Cooinissioners, that
lhe would apply to Judge
ke, in the name of S. V.
t the Board of County
Sfor Alaehua coultiy,
notion restraining the
o hunting the ballots and
esult of the wet and dry
held in this county on

ire the five grounds upon
inntion is asked:
the petition presented
midered, and acted upon
e Board of County Com-
pon which you call for said
e not compared by you as
I the registration books of
tand the question of ascer-
ither or not said petition
ie signatures of one-fourth
ihe registered voters of the
r was not agcertained by
i1 either its aggregate or
pacity.
Por the reason that the no-
Sby the said Board of
inmnissioners of Alachua
i published at least 80 days
today of said election in one
if each and every town in
iunty has not been cornm-
| that such notice has not
If'not be published in a
published in the town of
|s, In said county, called
| 1Or said period, the 80days
|^3ie9ti6n. b d r \ : *
IsftaOeinder the law, of the
da no method is provided
alrattotiofall or any per.-
tydesire to vote at said
~he qualiflcatiouns of voters
Nations are not- prescrtbled
e, of this State.
eoause th hinstrrctiona ts
lbard to the inspectors of
theyinaOnd by it speoilfy
oroe perslis who have paid
* for Nb years 1900 and:
etore ~ho second Satord4y
WO, Jhall be qualified 1to

rijse the orm of the blte

ltIt .-both the
|a^,l rtfcn r>4J
$0,ina"'ftf ~ffl


of Paoce.*


TIhe one cigar


o he Cream

of the Islands


you can depend upon being the same in quality


whether you smoke one or a thousand. Always 5
and so good the dealer can't afford to cut the price.

The Largest Selling Brand of
Cigars in the World.

The Band a the Smoker'i Protection .


TO LOCATE SETTLERS.
Atlantic Coast Line Offers One
Rates to Homeseekers.


Way


The Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
Company will participate in bne way
settlers' rate front Ohio and Missis-
sippi river gateways--Cincinnati, 0.,
Louisville, Ky., Evansville, Ind., Pa-
dueah, Ky., Cairo, Ill., St. Louis, Mo.,
and points beyond ; also in basing rates
from Memphis, Tenn. (tickts inobt to
be sold from Memphi( proper), for
points on and ndrth of the line of the
Frisco system (Memphis to Kansas
City), to the following points in Flor-
ida, Georgia, North and South Car-
olina and Alabama located onthio
system, or to which the company fasMa
part of an authorized ticketing route,
at following wtes under s~on ltion

Rate-Oe-1iarf rof ttie Oata' 4ti ne
way fare, plus 42.'0.,
*)tos bf saae-M4roh # ah#t4 )
A2908;r 19 ;)May 40d"14

telbow, a1: ,'I90 IW O

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Qaioesvill8& Gulf Railway Company


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FLORIDA.


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New Dneiuis h1 All Slaes.


IPAIUME1t'S IIAMMOC IKS
A Full Assortmenot Inltluonlu
his latest Patterns.


WATER COOLERS,
FREEZERS, and All
Spring and Summer
SpecIaltel s.
BAIRD HARDWARE COMPANY
0 AIN I' SVIr LL, FLO4IDA

Gainesville M acne Works
MACUMINE'Y REPAIR[4.
Can tun nand strilghtnu whole leingths
of ihaftitng santi Pilp0-uttlng
up to 12 ir <(ham.

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B. R.CCOSON, Mana~er
( AINESVJLLE, FLA.

The qulestlo0 of Title a
first lonllderation ror the
u investotr...

Abstract of Title
I To any piece or land In
Alachua county fritardliecd
S on Applilcaltion.

TAXES RETURINE

And all matters concern.
Ing the rmdemptIon of uis.
canclteld tax tertltlcatos
attended to promptly.


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IM qS]RiOU$i6HARGK$ MADE,
T.dhh re per e10evigo Enforced dS y O NgrIn Ala-o Ten
'^ *''1 ...''Uneple Sam enfplo' s nearly 7,500 wo-d bama--Sold Into Peonage. -,
pr -at %toP iet Ote at atxilei.' in Wie Varou depatYtentP at hicDago, May 30.-A dispatcht to The
%is Wuonda-extheil ter: N AhIngtont *" Tribune from Montgomery, Ala., say4:
tyEdt nepo f w edwool prode avey negroes this state ye W ith T
d0 OwL:t)tLOOE. on an average, a lrd of klth thirty- terdey dev.el&pe1 one death tro I
a W a i aid ever. xria ies w0 ag en yar-et of plotngy e a sell n a -eo The world to-day is full oof innocent stffeera from that most oatl
i,'.; , ,V e r""" woiA dWor t an eicuse of ploti Sll nton Blood Poison People kno oa general waTh
,e daY delvrWeek by carrier tin thecihtyp. y, The Mint at Philadelphia trud out( eint peolage. ese, C ontagious Blood Poison gen,
S P : o artthe rUntea er than 70,000,000 bright -e Woite e s before the feera grand bad disease, bt if all its horrors cold be brought before th
:yr tre fto r : $2.50 t ixnth: I. ear-One a e0ie for every jan, JrY testified that death resulted from would shun it as the do the Leprosy. Not only the person who eot
, It. advr ae aioed. .for fe a wtee laks- N e te s pueishne t accorded a pegro wo- suoers, but the aw--, taint is transmitted tchiildren, and the fearful
Sl SY p in avt ets rariwoman and child in the United States. mai ,-ho was held in servitUtde on one and eruptios,. weak eyes, Catarrh and ter evidences f soe
#6e4i6 41nOtbUls in loal county, 10 e Cft of t0he, farms. This o wman, agedcn wt show these little innocents are sufferig the a oful consequences (f
peadina nosse^ s i^loocol tocnof 011:3 t a body's sin. -o highly contagions is this formlof blood poio tt o
Iie oatlinsortion, and 5 centasor onea ad- Tein years ago the exports of this of being rebellious and becate bn b ody's in. So highly conago the thiss for ofe ica poison tsto
4iGio.ll. setvrtlwen, country to South Africa were but would not pile and burn te brh out be contaminated by handling the clothing or other arti muses in
a testr i dpair advertising made0,known $-,404,765; last year they were $28,780,- by a dozen ax-men, she was lal acros person afflicted with this miserable disease. There is danger even iu
oTe oateo, ,:n- 105, and the figures for the: current a: log and given 100 lashes. tll ing from the same vessel or eating out of the same taeware, as taeys
The o ice-a-Week Suin is an eight-page year how a cot inreas. showing a rebellious sprit her and and innocent en and women have found to thei soo
rt paper, publihe ever Mn .....er tied and the rope thrown over Contagious Blood Poison is so OD iSO I
day ;t-I Thursday. and contains all the w te n dth e p upice pa e hroue noe t r at
news of the week, local. state and gen- A big saenitrim is being built at lit to leave it brely anpossle for her within a ort me a t e
p of the united states or Canad.oe for $n00 Alaeniogrd6, New o TMex o, especially ~ net reah te ghe ound. The w- rst little sore appears the whole
'a rar-iluadvance,_ ___ mat di ed tkr days ldo ate "r. b te it and rRESPECTER Pd a ir
Sre nts av ,C.been designed as the best in the F. M. Pruett, a liveryman of Good- drop otef blood in the bon, and the
All advertisig bills become due after first world for the cure of r datel, a e r with con- tain ed wi th teren pas ,d s t the
. mlrneeos world for the cure of tubercular water,'was arrested charged with con-
6' win be required to pay for overtsInwn eases spiry W. Pac l E oody, a nero, to throat, swellings appear in the groins, the hair and eyebrows fall
-. e t ii r i t pao tr fe ts in u c- J W. Pac and unless the ravages of the disease are checked at this stage,
e 1re, THEDAt, S ,. puring'the past year 1,520 lomo- TELGRPHIC BREVITIES. violent and dangerous symptoms appear in the form of deep and o
..o.... ..... .. ..... ties were constructed at the Baldwinores, cpper colored splotches, terrible pains in bones and muscles,
WHITE. IM MIGRANTS WANTED. ocootiv Works in Philadelphia. general breaking down of the system.
WHITE IMMIGRANTS WANTED this number 9 wer sent abroad i at S. S. is a specific for Contagious Blood Poison and the only rern
e Nw Bai Pc ahome in Carteravlle, oa., tehavng un that antidotes this peculiar virus and makes a radical and complete cu
The New Qsleanu Picayune and The value of the 1,520 engines was fered a slight attack of apoplexy. the disease. Mercury and Potash hold it in check so long as the system
Hloaston Post are on the right track Ini fSe,000nd0, 5
otoln Post are on t he right track in $0,000,000. The Wesleyan trustees. elected, n4' under their influence, but when the medicine is left off the poison breaks
extolling the advantage offered by president. It is stated that elthe' again as bad or wose than ever. Besides, the use of these minerals b
the South twhte migrants, parte J. Pierpont organ is taking the Dr. C. Dowman, of Atlanta, or Dr. on Rheumatism and stomach troubles of the worst kind, and frequently
ularly to such as make good farmin work- "rest cure" at Aix, France, says D. B. Chappell, of Nashville, will be duce bleeding and sponginess dof the gums and decay of the teeth. S.
rs and ndustrial workmen Th the Atlanta Costitution. 'Ti awful chosen cures Blood Poison in all stages and even reaches down to hereditary ta
iSouthern States have a remarkably to speculate on what Johnny will do Gainesville physcias have brought and removes all traces the pi
small foreign-born poulatnion-a much to us when he comes marching home the tomach of Wiley Tanner and th quencsaves this monster Scourge. Asl
smaller percentage than is good for thoroughly ested. vessel from wh he drank the alleged as a drop of the virus s left in the b
their material upbuildUing. Numerical- poisoned milk to Atlanta for examl' it is liable to break ot,
ly there is a redundancy of negroes for State of Ohio, City of Toledo, ton by the state chemist. of transmitting the disease to ot
laborers, but the agricultural and in- Luas County. Mack Pruitt, oodwater, Al., S.S.S. is guaranteed purely vegetable a
dustrial condition of the South today Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he arrested by United Stetee officer on a can be taken without any injurious effects to health, and an experience
attests all too plainly that this class of is senior partner of tie firm of F. J. peonage charge. nearly fifty years proves beyond doubt that it cures Contagious Blood Pois
labor cannot be or is not being utilizd Cheney & Co., doing business in the The Ernest Haywood habeas corpus completely and permanently. Write for our "Home Treatment Book,
'to the adequate development of Toledo, County and State afore- hearing has begun before the No rt which describes fully the different stages and symptoms of the disease.
mill or mine. The negro needs white said, and that said firm will pay .One Carolina supreme court. THE 8WIFT PSEGIF CO.I AClANTA, 8
manual competition. At his present Ilundred Dollars for each and every The rich Brooklyn handicap was won _- ---__----
rate of manual, retrogresli le pre- of Catarrh that aaotg b"be cured by Irish Lad, Gunfire being defeated 10
eantta disquieting problem in Soulh- by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. .by a .nose. on.DR. DiOPFE 'tr Orhonayt,
Fentadn u FiANmc OHENcY. Speaking to the Republteian convene DtheB.lTro
ern development. Sworn to before me and subscribed tion of his home county, he oolr H an, hidrenobAny .
There i no doubt that, as a gen- i my presence. this fifth day of De- said e ad nothing but praise for digestion,
Oral proposition, tha negro laborer is etonber, A. D.1886,' Presldent Roosevelt. Aidsi the BowNStrn.
steadily, growing less satisfaetury.- lie W. A. OLJCASON, the Child and Msvl
Work if he will, but it Is the excep- iCOOSNotary Publi. A.W. Machen, ccue t oorr. Ct 001y 25 Cnts at Druggists, E

gently. In this connection n we no0te a 01 I acIts :was onn ahs bly oar Pan l at r jn l- "a tobe olo In et" ee
owhn he does not work l*diflor- w e"tOr maLl 25 cemts to C. .1. MOFFETT. M. D. sr. LOUIS, Mt
moment. in Baldwin coflowto, Aw ally tnct tl 401h In ht Iaove rn Poy ge tnt, as a prev^rentive aHb colcVr and to warmt dsweeten th
and s d, o t blood ands In ohin tnll..oublesand its effect has been found to beso very bone0filcu s
muOVousen In Baldwin conn, l- aly, anS actt ebo andt P a tis e o drugs od soain syrps, thatwe have come to regrd it after use i
mucous surfaces of the -ystem. Send d a esitaen tera is new a in the house apd until the teethiag troubles aro uver.
bams, to establish an extensive ,white for ibi isornlal, free. .s a. o ineawa ote horridae ha seos. 1, use th ow
man's colony," to be supported by ag- for tesFnJ.Csit Co., Toledo, I the m ra .LM. ER.(Manager aily TimeandWa Mee.
rioulture and varied Industry. There Is Sold by all Druggisae, 75c. Balfotti ". *tW 3ei vw'lc ilA -
itothing of thle ooperative or other Hall's Family Pi lIs are the best. cst0 tlbp Ifi*t t m y aba.18 .
theorotical feature about the plan, the -400,-- p brie
idea being simply to secure competent Cotton Mill AksReceiver. -. .
labor, whith it is denied the negroes Oharotte, N. C,, May 30.-At a meet. i kot i tI beWt wood In , N
afford. A call ls being made for imn- Ig of tkholersof the Victor co t- e i o r-I*COTel.NP ItRMvalNis
migrants from the Northern States .. .woxtb ,c COTTON DEPARTMENT.
-and Northern Europe on most liberal upo thepre o appointhe afl I u '.
nducements. tr, vriu parts of th e the purpo e of lluldatlog the af d i I E I E FLORTDA
indumnts. In various parts ta of the company as speedly aF
South there are already white colonies, pos 5ble. President Wlson, Dr. J. H. 0 p S IG EST RC 'A R A Y I CT
the field and other manual work of MoAden,' pre dentof the Meresants' lis won aqtcs PRCar beyondthe ...s. A'Iln Seed or FOnt, ar ob QS a tStei I
which is perforined exolusalvtely by and Farmers' national bank, and M, P. fr advcrti only. tago or Nvitttl Qumtti ,
white immigrants, and these garden Degram4 president of the irst nation o n Advne ad. Warehouse charges.
............. tnkrw ard oety s ex~plainedbby itynapp better or wre. Correspon4-

of rural oonununlities hi. their section, mates $80 000, will be h llowed to ca em .triit. sohlited
They are as veritable oases In a desert. t ". receiver .t 1s believe4 that the Based upon a prescriptp
The South needs more of a desirable e ~ '; oured peopl. considered OD
elas of immigrants, whether from the tmeit a si ttture,. a but: lat aOIll .1. i
rural regions of the North and West or e inmill. Ulites the best-klown Ye""

more :favorable condlittons for their A Physi, an edles, by ench,: comb "w
material advanicenment than elsewhere Dfle, eoitlwinipred iiPgiphyan tion and pro e as to ha"e
in the United States, and their coming of 8Isihh aG .i for over~ try- power pettlia o itsel .... .
They should be invited and made wel- with Fley'saKidney Oret asies ., and ev.e idud o. h.r ..

Your Uncle Saimuel is a nighity fine Postte gland. I' uas eryt g OOd qa BLC ""
.... .... ... .. .. .. nn il: co m en d. ose: i!;,. t tm .. .< ;, :.",:.:.-:,!: ... ,


pay of tho 1,700 employes of the T 0-1 -. .' C, re .After ta ki-l th - -
eago postoftlie and added 263 new men. Iwas, entirely rolleeye d' and ov e
Moat all of the men have been given' preosribo It now daily in m1y p ame r stolmre tb ~or 01
an advance of *I0 per year. and heart lh reoommn lbti t e ,th" !1
for p-h ysiciortoubles. I utoe 44
Starting In a small way fifLtwen year erfe to suee est. b W. .a lthoron
ago Chicago's municipal eoeetrip light- Iao',drug tr. Ato "~t i I VI li Ae'sF
Ing plant, now the largest In the Certain to Reject Treatym n st
world, has, accord ing to its current re- non Ooplmbia. May 0. -Pm a. And
port, paid for itself and has $185,000 to most authentic and a epiolell ttA'S LARGESTAND
iti credit source from Bogota*, the capItal, i has
:... .;been learned that the: Colomblan co AR ROUN .HOTEL "
Infant mortality is something fright- groges ti almost certain to trjecet .th
ful We can hardly realize that of all Panma e;natl treaty in its present efr||L Owners and Proprietors
the childron born in civilized comi- form. t|i dt tha" opon op!lO ..:..
Strike, nearly one-fourth die before they t 6on to-the measure i14 fencountered .
reach ono year, everywhere. Senors Herirr. Pra bre' Ta ni
g and Tora, the repreae ntaties of
Panama In cong reo, are now onw t ir
The sealing steamers are returning way to Bogota. The other 'rRpr.tt E RN & i AG
from the ie fields and all report in ties'. will follow eallXt Week. .. ..R..s :B Jo. i "
utiustiallly large halul. It is thought '-.
800,X0 seals hav' bti'n taket for their World'Wide 'eputtilio t :w
-- ide. White's C ream Verrefuge h
hid. .. d. .= .. ac.....ieevHed a world wi4d r,1 ptats y
The AteriMa people dranitk iore being thebeat ofU all wam*5 delityer -t
tihanu sOl,0s wo0 t... .. "o l.el. iran- l for its tonic lntBuee* ci wI'kI ........, ....ep "e an. *rtigr
year wi.tl.iir'ins reults outside of unthrifty shlldren, sailt noi taeitiit "0 "" q 't: AMA QGrNE VILLE ILOI
ta ; cereal drink advertisimenwats. acidity 7or so~ lxea oi4 "G
-pr:oves the dgt- ..on ...... :......e .. heir DA .'les an other -p
S ,0 8Ibtes are' -sold e-very tion of ti ood, ee
1 Ru trSI:b :: < e. gIt! .. Oi.:01 Is betteryam s
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EN Ar-tem et lteiire by Whlebh they
May Re S1 *reuatheed.
'i' nlu! "Are youreyes more? After reading do
LOSES' IS LIFE -
wkvthey feel .as i they were crossed and
"oes it seem as ifa numb swelling nes
riih s He FellU ri the tied between the brows?
i e of nie "In three eap"s out of five of eye
e Teder of Engie, trouble there ai no ailluent with the
orb lselt, buit only with the muscles
)RED BRAKEMAN VICTIM which control its movements," said a
_____ noted ocullst. -.' he eye muscles have
SMore Cars Passed Oer become flabby and weak and require
Stoning up and strengthening. This maly
sgled Body Before Acident Was. be done by eye gymnastics.
overed by the Train Crew in "Whenever the eye is In use its mus-
cles are brought Into play. Lodk at an
r'5e' object in the distance or look at an-
of the most inangled. bodies other at close range, aiid the eye per-
rrecked by a train was the one forins an iiruperteptible nioveonont el-
le Wheeler, a brakeman on the' ther of sinking deeper oi~ r rising out
tic Coast Line running between of the socket in order to adapt itself to
ic Coast Line runng between the range, exactly as a telescope is
mnd and Jacksopville, which hap- lengthened or shortened for various
on last Thursday evening as the distances. Every time the eye turns to
)ound train was pulling from the the left or to the right or upward or
I.of Rochelle. downward it is controlled by inuscles
lad jumped on the back of the that perform merely the nmelicanical
Sto the engine and while the lo- part of turning the organ or' vision. It
lye was in motion his foothold is hii the dec line of these in iuscles where
and he fell between the car most l)oloplo ought first of oil to seek
and he fell between the car their couipllint.
s mangled almost beyond rec- *'.othing is si'ler thin to remedy
6n, dying in a short time there- this evil. 'Stand erect, gaze straight
alicaid and throughout the entire exer-
hformed his wife, however, that cises hold rhe head In this position.
as not the case and that he had minking it nicetssUry for th d between lthelcars, when. the and not the itusclea of the neck to
gave a bump and knocked himn co iit)10 lay dtn'illg tl" ensuing gym-
as his foot had caught in the "'llics. Hold ii dlie lbetlweei two fin-
f the switch. The statement ofgors ltndi extend ll the1 ar straiight In
the switch. Thefron it s rai s possible, it the same
tnesses, however, failed to cor- time riv'tilng the gaze on the coin. Al-.
te this, and the coroner's ury ways looking at the dinme, approach the
leled by Justice Tucker entirely oiin gradually untll It is withilu four
rated the train crew from any inches of the eyes. Then extend to theo
o origi'ul positioii and repeat the move-
negro leaves a wife and two 1eiaot. It will strengthen the muscles,
conitroliig the eyes 0on range adjust-
__on. __ -- n__iont.
Farmer Straightened Out. "For those second exercise keep the
man living on a farm near here hid l n 'the same rigid position as be-
in a short time ago completely fore and, holding the coin extended,
.d up with rheumatism.. I hand- kel) the eyes rastonid on it and move
Sa bottle of Chamibe.rlain's Pain the tarnl as far to, onoe n lld as far to
and told him to use it freely and theotthe is0e e0 e ca follow the are'
satisfied after using it he need .." oldhlng hehd and arm and oin as
y a cent for it." says C. P. Ray- at first, raise the arm so high that the'
f Pattens Mills, N. Y. "A few eyes are unable longer to see the coin
water he walked in o the store as unless by an elevation of the chin,
ht as a string and handed me a Then lower the hand with the coin airm
, saying, 'give me another bottle ilarly until It disappears from vilson.
Rmberlain's Pain Balm. I want "perform these exetrcises faltfully,
he house all the time, for it cured and in two or three days the eyes will
For sale by all druggiets and be brighter and the sight better. Crows
.ne com.pa.nes..... feet will disappear, and the youthful
Wiml Have Big Celebration. igor when the eye was in its hbihest
,;;On, Mi'.sa., MJay S0,--Arrange. state of ellcleney will be restored."-
are aolng rapidly forward .for NOew York P1es. .
g ve!elratirn. o0' the .occasion of .. ... i
yin of the c<;rnr stone oft thi" i. t V. a s s^10*.tliv .
;:Mi. dollar state.hse obl Jne Tie 'i e'ner in wh.Ib sblY.lh3r ahbw
rch is now lets tha.n one week ,tsel dttera gretly in dtteen.t pe
t Already moome of the local Bometu e t is aeaued by' ltperience
tss men have commenced to dee. and thi, want of self coliden.o e tiniat
show windows and luterio, and comes from knowing little or notil e
issenger traffic oflerials are buSlt of the ,ways anid custom0of soltf
aged with-requititit f *eo for6tiftf. .Wtine,t t a,0ei el
rolling stock to carry the multi w
hat will come to the capital city r g o the, ni mea. .! aU tW.t.
at occasiton. The local bane guis Itay 0ouI s to a that
annonnsed that they'll ybe t b l .e Of .. ,
June 3 and. many of the ..mer-., -:


chants will do- likewise during thE
ceremony. Hon. J. F. Mecool, of
daisito, lhas een selected t' 4d
the responsee on behalf, 4g thU Is
matertlty when .the 4&0 Wt
paS'ented. ;
Too Oreat ak.t.i!?.
SIn almosievery neighborIho4 I 0
OnO has died from an attAikiioii I
41iaileTi moaybue. often ,befot| .4ito
Anoned A reliable re
sUeses Should be kept%ptia
*b( 1'l, rli ol athoe tnmedy .ha* *.

othe te liWni ndu. Ww1 Al 1 e
be depended ut.i F
pggliSt andl ltoe .oslepis:. ttie

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,o. when youth fail -to 1 0 I ot,
Swespeds for o .0 age, but T'e ~ntranm' ab,
1i. fill. The? o, oU tW! *ithAr ita.tst
so matter thhir grhptthi. tasfm


bowels, but regulA action cannot be secured until
secretes eniuh bile to make tho Intestines
execute their natural functions. Unnat-
ural agitation, caused by cathartics, compels,
continual and ncreasing doses to
attla.o the results. 0


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'"ats on the
lliver; cures Chilu.
and Fever, and every form'of
SMalaral, Billous, Remitting and Inter-
nitting Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the
trouble, works permanent cure.
FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.

Fo(r Sal 1)v Jonso h Bros., Oahifie ville


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Men We Want to Talk To.
Ir. /[ li'I h rfh' / 1 < (t v Iint ((ain 'sile v as a clothing u rpcrt--
if cvrf' / Ier in i (a .. i 'ii' ',itikn /w the poSfi'ti f(i / in the (' e'-- f/iat
evrry imai if 'I 'i i ( <(i .ri/,'' I'ul/d tomef ftra ifght to It /fr (/'l his ( clothing.
]ac ,h iweek 'we n / ~uilisi1 h a fitff (,rVtin tf m (hiis sul ifd lltis
1 ft k's (ir tl ntct /'i irsle'(('t

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


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Why aro t)hl li'it-ldro'ssed imln1
in Oainesvillo our patrons?
Why do exports on dress itiva-
riably buy I rom ius?
'TTh answer is obviois--they
know what ihey want in cloth-
ing -- and their discrimination
tell6 them we have it,


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WIv'fel teintur to say fhat if the
questitm wetecirt put to (al/ fthe crit.
aily-carefftd dresc rs in (lains.c-
Ville, indlividualf# or collectively/,
as to who sold the bet c(lth tn*/,
the 6i1tt stancous answer would
Si Whll, A'larmiR EnRtdef, of
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sktai r expvrton ,i lothing, we Itl a a OA
u to sretl, r .'pe i e wt:buy.1 .o. -impP
SXepote*-.-ityoj 4 o, & Cao., of
tmo ro, thi, wlde ly fnoua maker S
,f li* 'q lt-ClesIhih4l tfieWoria.,,o1d .,"
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All thei r rn)i e;arj Abt 1 1abel101"1



etttter to PArticar Men.


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lI, Wholesalo Liquorr Dealers.



i, of; W ri, ^Brewinm ngC Onmp, y's S
S1>e*ir, Ilj' Trt Otir Specialty PAces
0.' Api.o.atIn.


$ ~ll l8 ds sL J ksonville


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114


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thetm e !1. r .I i
.co rsttrl-i.l fi'S' liton w bi r oftli s

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|Illlned,
sold by uti coitinuonsly for
OVER THIRTY TWO YEARS
without a single falliuro, If you
want a piano Tor a lif.ctim ot
service buy the
Mathuiixhe k. T
I'rtiocs as low as I oconuls etris with qualy,
Cith or on oeay torn.( Souit on i1 daysl
trial. Wo aty frnthit. Writo
ror prlteen TODAY.


Ludden & Batesi.

Southern Music House,
SAVANNAH, OA
JOHN D. MURPHY, Mgr. :
ENTAIIIISHED I'IO




Farminigliplements

Nalls, Iron, Wire, PIPe, F|t.

1ngs, Belting, Packlngetc.

lmoilght in Oar Lots. Ho.hld ti nlAny
(quantity. I

(Jet One of Ou.r C'italogues.

Baird Hardware Co.
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ALLGATORKIN


WAXN

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Highest Market Prices Paid.

,D. XirI& lat1d'i
414 to 4104..Jill ullan O.i, ",
AVAIIAII tl .

M 0MAXE K$ At38, iv
Repmesetati.n
E. A. WEIL & CQ. l
WH0LE1SALI$ Ois8
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MARCUS


Gainesville,


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One Cent a Word
Aiverlt emo h( Of ten worox or roore undw
this haef liRe.rtetl for One Cent a Wordi, cas
in advance, eaob Inserlon.
Please answer advertemenht s address ;'
in tho advoTtilAemeonut,. .
The oontldeu:oe of all persons inuertinr no-
toea salgned with Iaitltloh will htl respected
Their names will notV e glvep to intulrers. ..
FORAi(7 W.*'
00 YOU want ase'itngiriahlan.T I-sodo too*
buy until you have seen mB. I e44m ive you .;
noe y. I keep on band the lest *"ehn .:
needlea. itt at ot o aohineal Ohl droiolll ltme* lIn In '- :T-
obAngre. Seooid-haendiahl your own
price. Call on or aiddreAm A.,W. THOMA"S,.
In itest T h Sinier Mtfg Co,. P 0. Box A,1
| G tfeavtle. ith 'll,. 4,-t.awtf. ,

W ANT' Miien to leirn barber trade. *Yeatl.I';
4vttiVl. Thoroulihly ayNteitnatId x cl omrsv'.
'-sttmiithed 158'a, Hrmoltte s um he oi.l' o , II!. h i
Louts, S anti lF'rino Omli>. ih. InduetimeintiF :
w Mo dsut gi llo gtot>nM. stely ltson noW. ....
T'oois tvt'11, p')s(tions w>itiln Ptiihltllbrt a ',
miitled. MOLhl- tiAtl\liU (;icoI.,ltlE, New
Oritttie N101. Vat b. C

atll ushek. Pia os,




I YOU It a nto for thi tr, hu- W jol llt iti, stads

tnl lonieor hPiai onr,, (iirotd f
k NOTED FOR SWEETNESS AND PUtil-
TV OF TONH, lPOWERl AND


11ont piao for thim tring llwiate, mtaUna
tine lontfre than other, cowntruoted of
beot nilmaeri.tl. and mios l't ati si
Workil(iiilti>l ibtlnu hile.
U11 to (atIIe in every
doil int IltnUn-


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.... te jo t e olation ropo e .. .. ...
2 ae, dmeiiNts to 'cetrin setios of ar Novel 8 it!:t for Drina. Will .
..ftile of the Con0i.tiiiL.t'in, relatIig toT Trd at
the courts, occupied a portion of the ~uitm. i My 30.-The shee
morning session of the 'oue for t1he dra ge of sell pond, in
g its consideration. The resolution .r 4 tae: uthern Wart of the town:,is a I0-.
The ;drill whenat 130 foot lev!
to rss'aauti i. d6s" for changing the name Went thlirouih the overlylgstratu,
criminal courts of record to courts ofof frock an dropped clear 7 feet.
TO. FN+01I A. record. Such court may be establish- 'Phe di' was then removed and &
ed by tiheo-egislature upon a petition section of fire hose connected with the
of the majority of the registered vot- mains and a-fire pressure put on. The'
l rerlk^ n.f to Make Up Peficit er of a county. The salary of the judge nozzle wag turn d down the hole and
i sBoth Ho6uss-8enate Passes varies. In counties of less than 1,000 the water was allowed to run for some
Qrat interest o' hippers. population it is fixed :at $1,000; in time, but without being able to put it
rPr)ocoodilniof Islature. counties of from 15,000 to 0,000, it is faster th.n it ran out at the bot-
4 iaOet g.ettor T0el- a ;lOO i contieso30, The Atlatic and Gulf mills aIetmcon.,
ias ,-e Telwk to 45,000, $2,000; illn counties of more ldering putting down one of these
ktoeto WH b workingthan i45,000, $2,400. wells, and putting in a sewer system
1tih e .ir billapportioiing the' The court of record, as provided for for thel.r plakt and tenements at once;
So according to uder this joint resolution, lhas the The. success of the plan may prove of
S, i" ,I isli f th .niame jurisdiction as the criminal court great iniportance to most if not all of
...u.... i d of the of record had, and has jurisdiction of the.towns in the'arteaian belt by ren-
t whih or g to all casesat law in whi the demand derlng pose sewer ste at a
0'mbeof conviets in each county, v 6r alue of the property does not ex- osb rf very much below that of the
ied defeat this afternoon by a ceed ,$1000, and concurrent with the present plan. The satte' ofe such a
f to 18. He then spoiled all circuit court, shall have exclusive ju- system foedhere;utan is possible thatagerly
gh 4:ood work by moving to recon- risdiction of proceedings relative to such a system may be put in at an
l^he vote by which the .billlwas forcible entry and unlawful detainer early date.
4i4ft ed Under the rules, such amno- of lands and tenements. There shall It is not thought that there sl any
0' it 0es over until the next day, ox-be no county court in any county possibility' of contaminating the water
&Aptduring the last week of the ses- where a court of record is established. supply as the water n the other two
i' This point was raised, but it was The circuit court shall have final wells stand at different levels, showing
lbJitoh6d the hour of noon, and it was appellate jurisdiction of all misde- that there is no connection between
i.aeessary to put the motion. Judge ineanors and civil cases tried in the the strata.
,,i'aley-moved that the motion be laid courts of record. Courts of record Cures When Doctors Fail.
U011 on the table, but this failed, The shall sit six times a year. Mrs. Frank Ohiasson, Patterson, La.,
'H ;giKotlon made by SenaLor Stockton was Aconcurrent resolution introducedby writes June 8th, 1901: "I had malaria
i opted, and the further consideration General Gilchrist was passed this morn- fever in very bad form, was under
I"the lbill was made a special order ing memorializing the United States treatment by doctors, but as soon as I
proon next Tuesday. Congress to appropriate $50,000 to stopped taking their medicine the fever
sator 1Peacock's bill to appoint a deepen to twelve feet the channel in would return. I used a sample battle
';(Sf.trustees for the State School Charlotte harbor at Punta Gorda. of Herbine, fund it helped me. Then
eat and. Blind at St. Augus- Two now bills were introduced, one bought two bottles, which completely
s passed by the Senate and cer- by Mr. Willard of Alachna, to define cured me. I feel grateful to you for
t to theHouse. the time of occupational licenses to furnishing such a splendid medicine,
ir, Jacksons House bill to prevent liquor dealers where elections may be and can honestly recommend it to
0I ;' .Utting of section corner, township held under the law providing for dry those suffering from malaria, as it will
letiter,'or ruige trees, marked as such, elections; also one by Mr. Roberts surely cure them." Herbine, 50c bot-
a 'iP'nd''rscribing a penalty, was passed. of Monroe, to create and establish a tle at Johnson "row.
during the afternoon session the bureau of vital statistics under the Confqrence of Dunkards.
Senate passed several local measures, StaiI. Board of Health, with the State Dellefontalne, O., May 30.-The s-
11'inludingcharter bills for the towns Health Otlicer as registrar. tlonal conference of Dunkardis or breth-
'Of qPrry and St. Petersburg, and a Under a suspension of the rules two ren opened here today with the meet-
'fith bill to regulate the taking of food land grant extension bills were passed, of the standing cornmitteei of 46
ftsh from the fresh waters of Brevard one in favor of the Apalachicola and which committee is the court of Iast
county. Northern Railroad Company, and the appeal In emattenr of church policy.
'The general revenue bill wasi passed other in favor of the Jacksonville and
and certified to the louse. Tampa Bay Improved Railway Corn-
A bill of considerable importance pany.
was passed this afternoon, it being The following bills passed this morn-
SSenator Brown's bill, to require rall- ing:
q .road companies nnd other carriers to House bill to empower the County -
equip their flat cars used for carrying Commissionors of Hillsboro county to
lumber and timber with standards, appoint an additional game warden E
u pports, strips, railings and all other or wardens in and for said county. Tbe i i alve 'l 9 l
liaoesosary appliances necssary to House bill fixing the compensation .W ;l 1
; the safe carringe of uench lumber and of physicians serving upon commissions W 4 Said Stl.Mo lt'oL,
1ti.mbers; to provide that, th,, weight of of lunacy. M.* li r w.
allsald appliances to be included in the House bill to amend emotion 1 of A BdW a a
weight of the cars; to provide pay of chapter 4071, Laws of Florida, being 2I 40f
$1.58 per car for the shipper in case of an act entitled an act defining the lia- t
default; to go into oeTect January 1, bilities of railroad companies inoortain 4W-its id
K 1904. cases, approved May 4, 1891. .......-- ,
The Senoate also paassd a substiLute House bill giving county judges the ~'* w
Sfor a House bill to provide for tl\e di- power to hold inquests of the dead. S by W, .i Wa
vision of counties into road districts, House bill to amend the law relating
and for the election biennially of three to holding political primniary elections, NKA A N I R S N
road trustees, and to prescribe their giving cities the right to hold Demo- .' ''
.duties and powers, and for levying, ratio or Republican primaries. .
collecting ad di hint-,sing district road Senate bill to preseorbe a penalty for COBtt ftCti1 for go V1i.Il,
letaxea. receiving money or goods under pr9m-. | Electl Bells and BnIglaM martin
Mr. Wall's bill, making an annual ie to perform certain labor or set.- ,0 1 J & i
appropriation for the University of Vioes and falling to pe .rm said se.. . ..;
Florltit. at nlake City, to make up a vioes. : r" . i
deicit, (!inttcl+d by shrinktago of interest Houiie bill to prohibit the shooting of ,lectrio Light Wiring a Be ati ll|
on Ourtaili bonds, was passed. alligators In the Tomola iter. All work guaranteed T. acooMl.n
Mr. Liniuayson's llHouse bill to regu- Ilouse bill toy provide. the einAvesatk with the Southeastera Taritff Asas '.
Slate hunting of de'r, turkeys andother gattoi of diseases amogdomestio"ant- P.
Swild game in Lafayetto county, was mals and to p *he th P.SIGa 'o Leae orer at s' W a' rlole St
Also passed contagious diselaBe among ,such (Gineavle, F.ada. a
'The bill of the committee on finance Senate bill for the relief of 3. ., ':
and taxation, relating to licenses and Thomasi, oee of the prinletpala, and Rt "'.N ..,
*taxes, or a division of the general B. Rhodes, P. H. Collins and"' Geor ...
Srevenue bill, was ptased. Wa)ker, drotiies, on the bail bond of ilr ud 0~wt of of
'"*.An important bill passed the Senate Charles Bon g4 d and J. M. Thilas o ovi:;t*:.,.. ", : :l
"'to .pay G eorg Lewis, trustee, uthe their appeoraOie in the orcOt1matl .:t" S. ..land "ottou will "
ithount of certain bonds issued on court of record for Hillaboro eonpty


J"ly 7, 1802, In accordance with an or- State of Ploria.
,;diihancv of the recession convention, Senate bill defying who are emil- it tO their interest to C0mm. ni
w th intvreAt thereon, amounting to grant agent*, priedribing tax, otf *60 .
$,,'000. This i -s one of the claims thereon, 4a0 provtsg.6 a e g ]
against the Indiinu war claim fund, the ouse bilo to provide or the qst ra k
SbpWids and interest having been recov- tion to a state of joeicial sanity of
e 1d in the recent settlement with the persons who have beten previously ad. AO A
."government. judged insane. .
,.. :'he Senate also pasIed what is Ainemorial to Congress asking f '
town aso the l-louse Hope bill, of a an appropriation for dredglig and m. I,
similar nature to the lewis and Wailes proving the channel sad harbor atst
Sbll. The title of the hilop bill is as Petersburg.
lfol 'oW$s tMr. Watson's joint resolution pr T I Olr i
"An act to provide for tho payment posing an amendment of section 10 of. .'
of warrants.issued.by the ooimptroller article 9 of the Constitution, to per*s
of the State of Florida, utinder chapter it cities or towns to exempt moan-. 1 *, I I
1176, laws of this State, for service featuring plant from taxation .. r
l *4sV4 to the State by voluntary period not to exceed five ypa, via e,,,,
E Mmp ant with t1he approval or the pIassed by a vote of 44 to0.; -
,i0]Wraor in auppressing Indian hoe- The House has defeated: .tenlatore. ":
..elitea in the year 1856, and which Carson's bill to aiuthoris Boards of '
wi ats have been approved by the Publio Instruction to provide tfre' kin*-
.btsintotuer appointed under the dergarten, inptruotiou. This bilt w a
S::A ime ntalaot of 188, chapter ,i30. endorsed by:a number of woane*, 0 i
'Z ) of ,Elorida, to examine, approve gnlisations of th State.
0 et the mame, and filed with the
S4tt p.rollero th ate, and now in T ,
of t Se StsW Treasurer* & I.et3

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PrfecitFAly nine6-enth of t i, W;f mankind can
be traced t irregUlarttlate4of the stomach
Health and bowels. When these inip(rtant organs
fail to a-t regularly the system beeo.nmes Clogged ,vith
impurities" and perfect health is impossible. M ,.
leyIs Lemon Elixir is a pleasant lemon drink whind
acts gently and thoroug ily clean e 0 t system, h iS,
the perfect liquid laxative, and is good for cveri
member of the family. Fifty cents a bottle at atl
drug stores. Mozley's Lemn Hot Drops
are without any equal for coughs, cohds, Y S
bronchitis, sore throat, etq. Lemon n
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CIN NATI, CHICAGO, "THE LAND OF THE SKY"
ihe. ,NORTH and WEST... ^ "The Sapphire Country."

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SrlE DAItY SUN' _AINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MAY 31,1903
PR DAL SUN "ES.. ..''. :.t


I.HAT AbVERTISING CAN DO
^r.w Tw ~lnstti WI W W Made In
t.e v; 'ted States.
Ip 1889 P. T. Barnum, the great
bowmann. Journeyed to the PaciAc
Oast to visit a relative. On his way
back east he stopped at Kansas C117
to see the great Barnum & Baliey show
that:.was then exhibiting in that city..
eh then press agent of the Barnum ,
Bailey show. Bert DaRis, Introduced
S0 M1r. Barniln the editors of the local
dilies., at the fornier's hotel. In the
i course of the converiation which nat.
S!rally followed Mr. Barnum said:
Genileienl. Mr. liilley tells me that
n y p'i!.. ;t l 1 iVrormutnces of the
SBarnum & I..ailyv lIrcus is worth $5,000
tI d(lay to the ;na'. If this is true, it IS
.... i .:-u t il.'. ls so valuable. It .IS
knio'\wn I. I rov.y to1wn',cl.y and hamlet:
it lili. bl).o:me a bhous ehold word
throu'-ouut tit ceunitry. Now, gentle-
men. all of thi-4 waI;s !idoio by newtpa-
pers, nud if ctdvarthing oIn make a
.Ranme wortl $~,/!'o at <(i:1y. \vhat is It
t.,hat advortliiiig e.'ni't !40?"
Before Peoits, t'h- wNill pap-'r unil
;died in 190l2 hte \ i~at t : lhild of' I
inarlnmpoth paper col't (l'Iina al buai-
ness of $15,(KX),()0,) a year. Yet in ,',1il
-Peats was r'!uliiiL-g .;I *il ii(h.l).!'I
4i ent for thil snali oIf Wtill' I:!i' til tjWI
;it 11 trade on MIadtii;i s l' tChi<.c
go. What was the secret (i' hs woil
derful advance In thi will pap;ir lIsi.
n ess in comparatively ,.o short av wvhii'
It was advertislug.
A newspaper mni in I182 lIr.uiduil
him to experiment with prinTltrs' !h;d,
The result was profitable. l'eats didn'tt
see that lie could have too inuhi of a
good thing, so he Increased hills dver-
Utsing appropriation and as his profits
doubled he doubled his space In the
newspapers and periodicals, and as his
advertising Increased his business
grew. Thus he reached the enormous
volume of $15,000,000 a year by the
arithmetical progression of wideawake
advertising. In the language of P. T.
Barnum, himself one of the most ex-
tensive advertisers the world has ever
known, "If advertising can do this,
what Is It that It can't do?"-Detrolt
Free Press.

AN EXCITING INCIDENT.
Wlho tory of a Niarbt Ride on an
irgyptisan italiroad.
"You can travel with perfect safety.
bn i gyptlan railroads now," said ani
UAngltsh official, "but it was not always
0o. There were times when It required
tact to save your. throat from getting
,out, as you will realize from a little ex.
perience that occurred to me. It was
Just before the fanatical outbreak of
1882. I had heard some ugly rumors,
but I hid to. go up by train one night
from Port Said to Ismallia. I was the
only European In the compartment.
Soon after we started an old Arab
sheik leaned over and calmly helped
himself to a couple of cigars that wore
iticklng out of my breast pocket. I.
knew what that meant, and I got a sort
of cold feeling along the splne,, for jst,
then I caught the gleam of a dagger As
the hand of a man to the4left o ns.t
said nothing, but, op1eng my
bkouglit out a box of cigr and
ed them round. The ArAibS emtie4
.box. I smiled affably aRllg
pipe, expecting every '
IWtated. They were eigt
:iat unarmed. Suddeul i
.reached from the rack a
had pliaced there. ,'beu )
It cro ad..talkngz bol-- ^i
ttrheld the ..dAgge, l P
"iew. Lifting it :froinm: 1
quilly cut two slices of tb01
Ai me aone ad pp 4
'the other. Then my heart gave a
and 6s L eagerly sucked at thi ftUi I
kastir wasi w for we hat d ati';
gteer.- But .! di dnbt g-to salr
; JtW'. was thatt Inqtqlriqe4 a .i!ae
"Because. s.aid he. 0tbey natl r
h.e eeglse driver, the stoker and ,vpr
other Ruropean In e tr ag-K..*-5mi
:ity ladepeldent.

ab p *t gtrl waS lookesing t 41t
dUeitidow a the tstle7 car pushte


Wy p as blil peait bt howut. -t
uit is .rI and "a t of
loit *w i'dttdi'otes *.g. er ow04 n.
a* th girl'. Ias.i en attvactli s e.'
iR box ll" fri. th. poiket of a !wr
wU yonuen man .tassiod on tme e,
ptep. Tt. pretty girl held be breth
wI W ths te ar tp. out of 1lht Thes
ie niubed eIt and -bbd the bo.
it wes a pound of tdeltoqs dbiostalt-
said toi bitt cethe "Aes beaIts It

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DI. FENNER'S


KIDNEY and


Backache


I %Sropi-, COUi RT'OUEi. /ye

Don't become discouraged. The is a
e foryU It ry write lDr. Ieit er.
He h as spent,, a lte tiate currng Just iucl'
csaseaa yours. Allcousultatltons F'-.
"For years I had backache. severe pains
acroas kldneys and scalding urine. I could
notget outof bed without hlp. The use of
Dr. Fennor's Kidney and Baikache COre ro-
stored nme. 0. WAGONER, Knobsvllle, Pn."
Druggists, Wc.. $1. Ask forOook lBook'-Free.
T.VITIIS'OANC Oure. Vfre r.Di
lT.VITUo U'llb lFeuner. Fredonula.N.V


WR.H. A. LDERMAN,
DENTI8S'r.
[Suooesaor toSelalerA Alderman]
Over Dutton & Co'. Bank, Gaineavllie
Speolsi attentton to OrOwn and ridge wo
oils --
D QORDON B. TISON.
DENTIST.

Gradfhate Baltimore College liilntal Surtgery
Five years' experinooo In New York City.
Crovwn, Brldge work and Fillnhg Specialties.
ALLt. VOut GUARANTMtKl.
OjrllCW ISE4DKhLBLOK, tiAfNFNVLII.B. .'LA
DR J. H. P iERSOxi
DENTIST
South Side Sqular, -ainesvlle, Fla

lharnes Ulock, across the hall fromn Smnith's
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W TV. PAVWQN,
m cIhI CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR
s oiirs toImu..ch 14Iut A.
Dealer In reatl ,state. Thoromrhly posted
"After I was Itndueed to try oASCA* w.i.h every seotion of lirtl In A lltli.ti county.
IETrs, I will nmver be without tbiiti 1in the house. Oorresponenoe stioolted.
My liver was lu a very bad tishape. and may head ---- -- .. -- .. ..--. ---.-.
sohledm an It id 1at1imto h trouble Now. n tino tak- T J. DEMPSEY.
tllg CuH rlatl,. I feel te.tlin. My wire ulih lso uerd HJe,
tuutein 4tlh beneotll l rvuiilts forumu ittir istoinfoh.. FURNITURE T I 'A I.\i1\ )
Jus. K aiiUL ,O. 1021 G Cuixtre tStB.,. St. l-ul M3 -
J ., ss t and Made Ne w.
CANDY LOOKING GLASSES RE-SI T ERKED.
CAWe buy or sell JIirnltur'. or ian oontraolt
with you on tho oomxnetlslo n i ls. PIatronaige
sollalled and attisfotu on >Al \v s,
ALFRED 8. TAYLTOR.
PAIN I.iN1. ANI)
PAI.ICHt 1lA N6INOl
1OAIN ISVILIE. FLOIIIDA
(0ood. Nover Stloi. WfleW or ertlO r Jle 26o. 1 2M.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Agent for DCORATO(tSt' \VALL PAPERl
tWitills Itlpuedy coilmny, ble1<. laitreo l. r i N r v i t-. SIB COMPA NY, NeW ork.
A R P d and pi 'tei1 t hy all drug-
N l0-ltAC u C b lt '1o, 1tilltlbl. 1O.. UWAILNal SAMUtiL iAYLu4U
N A MNOANO WOMEN. WALKER & SHAYLOItL
*I= lUse- Big4 (ifor un lural
6sts. diIharlsniulnsamisti0, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
w i lrritatons or uleeratlo a
or pi.onui and t Wenra. Jacksonvillot Florida
s*rold in D U"es. 4-8-02
.o ont In Plaiwrial, --
*.. -. xw, .lto,
(ieru.r .-.L. CAFE BELVEDE E,
.. .IN WM. SQ8J0 AII, Proprietor.
tO PU]RLIC"...... :-- 182 W, Forsyth it., Jacksonville, Fla.
TO. J... OoltePontoMoe.
We, the uinderigned, hereby agree -
to pay .$1,00 to any manufaoturer of Best dining place In city. Fine
:pa-int who oa. hoW. : by slmi.r test Win~s, I Lquors aind Cgars.
ny .at ..i Z tiL .ing npon *iio',n, ,
uttae a ierfeotly and o g a W
time as onr' rzINE WINE8 I4CQ1VOR) & CIGARS
RATIT O .5 ART WW ik$* M .T,! Wptietor.
.We ga..ant. e RA....TBLAS* al. a s. J i so e .
7'IO pt ,nt. to oIa" .t 1' t.O r.'I, a 4"o ..
phbltimn dr an.y of the' prodtotah of Fa e ,ttle;dr.uht. Don't
p0uetruol ,and When appld to aW gil itocslinm6Ve wh inn In o vi4le
surface scoordiag to our dbr:thinou 'to 1'
wear porfeotly a period of ive W N I JACK VLI
years, b 1 we .gr' to f-ahtmep of -V si t.4.- )
charge, aI; pal^j A|eeary toa to.<
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In Connection With ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
Errit'TlVR J.JANUAlTi It, 1). 3,

No. A) No.3a No.34 lhetweeo Jaeksonville and New York r3 No No. NM<
7M 1 opl30n 1 4 f a Lv. J17eksonv1lle. E -a So. By............. Ar. 92) a 92 0 po 740 '.
1 11 p 1101 t I Il Lv. .ie uI.J tl....... .... ( ................. Ar. 1 16 11MtM a A<4 H: *
l )i 4n0 4 2. n Lv, )av nnh2, l i .... .. ..........1. .1r. l ) U a .
Sti 0 > 6t 15 i> Ar. t'o tinilti, S. .. .. .......... .. Iv. 1 6 9 O 11 40 II N !
t 1 4' ,a 113 4) 0 \2 x A. Charlottie. N. .' .... ........... Lv. 1) k) p 4 0 ) I 0 ,
l 0 p 1 13 Ill15 i Ar. (iremi'sboro, N.C ............... tt ,it 200 B i
A. p 11 41% t15 i a Ar. D v l V ......... .... ......... v ) t 4
61 2 L .. 3 ,-, ,Ar. ,llh Ouid, V .... S .... S ,Ity ................. 12" 0pI06 p ,
- 17 1 IN60 IN 2 N# Ar. o' i iA. iltbnu .. Va..... So It,...............'.v, 1 2 t! 0 1)* p SLt UW."1
t i i1 7 1 1114 1 Ar. lharli t l, ,>esyllI . P ...... [.. ... I l) I '
I 0 is 7 0 Ar. shi to 1, ...... .lv. I t O1 a
14 11l i ii i n Ar. Diltsimorl'h. lM --. ................Lv. 23 11 ;n 4 I
3 a (1r1 p11 12 Ar. L'hill e Moti I in) ', '.. .... :1 M 1 0
113 4I;I Il **I 4:1 At. N w Yort'It ..... ...... ... ...... ....... . 3 i t ) 1 40 3 "30 ,
Nos, 31 tlt n a 'i 't outilern P lmi l.luhiotltt" tSolitd vmtilbuld 'trnin o'r lulluiialn tiraw itn ,
room, 1t,'oti4ii, t tile hi, itpot.lKl. o s rvatl Iona dtilnlt vtl btwecn JisbucsonvIllle anw
New t',.rk. Ariv n't vs ,ily oxio Not. .3,11 i( tt "till "N31 ... 'ewv Yoi iikix r'li'hlaPl Wxpri ," I.'ulix n 1 111 drln W lt>iroom sloeignl au-n d V':
( niw Clif tliar l ea tw\voIlln Jatsonlleh ilad Now ( Yot'ili,. C'o lhesi betwoon j i klosu invlllO t lA tt \'1tI;tll* !
N)1s4. 2i tintl ) tt "Wishl t oi t ttid ,'l ltlida Ilu killed." Pullman drawIini rroo in leei. lit oirttt' a r
d Ot'ivent Jn ik It ivihlllo' ti NJ ew Vt orll Ctl 'iow lIbo tween J kitisonvllnlnil Wtaleiiteiegtn. li.ltngl :t'*'
0i t' 'vtw cn l t'C t'o.hil lilit d 'l W .l,)liig(oln. Dlatllv, ,. .. r,',o i,'
No. to Throughl the "Land of the Sky." .I |No 30
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112 a i Lv .. .. ........ .. ..... a ... .... A r. 6 1 )
41 Ar, . .1.111 Col.. i lbia, S. u aS c .. ... So .. I .. .. . S.. t .v. 1. 5
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2 37 A r .. ... . 6t I S rlrtr N, (J... ...... .. o. U ... .. % v. 11 15 .;
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"Nox. 209 nt i ; n r illl r I roo tl ) yl'lllvluli dr lal 'tu tilid btilL, itig cat' bilt o .1iaiot Ilie nil,.

No.5 No.13 tetoweou Jaeksot' Ile iuitld the North auid West No 1 No.
t14 a l '7 .v, I L iuknOivllo, a... .. ..... ........ ... .. ... . A,. A i; p
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at! ) 4 t14 A r, .'tltl toon l ga ... "'. ." .... .... .. .... .. I. I 0 ..) "
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a lin ... ... i' A ............ .......... d :p
14 it p 7 0to Ar. holl t< n, l ur. l.. ........ .. .. .................... v. l i0 P t '' I
7)10 5 415 Ar. Iv, A nor(' iit t)hh1).... .... e . i. ............ ... ......... Ar. (l146 tl 1H 1
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1 .1 M 1 Ar .. Louftsvll, K y .... ...... .n .v. .... .. ... . 1 40 tI. '
i .. .Lv. L iousville Kv, ) 1 .... .. . W.V.
NOm. R 6a 'l "'lilfi tgn ,%14111 Il iortda S etlial." Solid ve u1 CItnetliii4ltl. A rrilvem dil 'otl np l Monl(la ; l l iive di illy oxoeipt Mu taII vl llhrough uttllls:
dtrt'wi nHi room 1loepini t !lir t" o lilo<'1ro via ltN Ii to r 1,4 ti lto velialt vii (ila l I t o1 'l ,lt t1LI i. '
via P'ennsvlvainla ln.ltt I.lriarv otlmorvt1o(i4 oaur l o it illovill1e. Ilirst-oliw.t lt6'tlrotiu hlire 1 o t3,01 ,
to Chattalnoolai, Din.1tnu outr tol (ilnlnnta Also TL'utday', ThliHirsdliy aitd HaLttirdty. tlroutgh
P'ulinn sleeping car to l) lltrolt.
Noo. ia d !4 44 -"The 1 iun oaS, F'lrst-leattlso thiirolightrfio ooio.he ianiiO uiln lng oair Ibetwon Jauolktnvltl"l d1 iintd 4tiu1w.
1atl,.l10010ou1gThlll(ton ll'awilu rotoir nloophlig oca1rs to Chilato via C0. t. & -1t,'Moion IouteIt tO ,
I :iItWeen J-koi.villh a'id Ka aL. (.ity. .No.14 .
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No" iattt hol 1 !qVl :lfl dli. ltiw Pullnillo t driwltirf rootu inlt ilr in l'.16 ti to llo"t W .004
JB}okttfinvalie skoo .fnico i"iA Uy. 1:411nliK Da, ally, "
Dllg4 r. Alv ti let fit f orrvionL,
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terday to participate in Memorial Pay
I exercises. We acknowledge an agree-
able call.
J. V. Denton of Lake View was a
visitor to Gainesville yesterday, He
I' showed his appreciation of a good
thing by having his name placed on
the subscription list of The Son.
When you want a pleasant physic
Story Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. Thley are easy to take and
pleasant In effect. For sale by all
B drugglsts and medicine dealers.
Miss Mary Reardon of Ocala i* in
the city, the guest of Mrs. W. B,, y-
Sor. She came to be present at tihe
Eleve ball and will spend several days
|n the city before returning to Ocala.
S ,qlticker, the ;..'erchtant, post-
Smaster of ocliy Ptdnt, was a visitor
to the city yesterday., le says that a
little rain would greatly help the
truckers's interr"t in his section just at
the present time.


S 'The .letter in yesterday's Sun ad-
dressed to Dr. J. II. larvis from E. M.
Mallett, Thonimavillo, Ga., should have
read .1. H. iJarvias. W\Vo heerfilly,
make thli correct ion, s it was an overo-
sight on our part.
F. A. Teague, a; prominent citizen of
Marion county, but who is at preteit
% conducting a hardwoodd camp tear
SMioanopy, was in Gainesville for a few.
hours yesterday on his way to Oo4i1a,
Where he will spend the Sabbath.
A. U. lUilleary has recently acquired'
More interests in the lish business by
purchasing ati interest in the [ail-
- phurs btiuini'ss at Alachun Sink. Heo
i to now largely interested in all their
fisheries uf Anlach uni and Marion coun-
i.=ties.


I M. S (t'cieov'-s returned yesterday
from viuriout sc'tiuons of the county,
i whore hei hit bor'n for the past several
Sdayst sutionionlig witnesses and jurors
for the special lermrn of court to con-
vene in this city oti the 10th of next
.' month.
T l.on WM. .lllitoh of l.aCrosse vwa
a vialtor to (Gtinesville yesterday. Ht1
a ys that the oolditioln of Evaun Hold-
o', who has been contliied to his bed
Sforthe past tern weeks With fever, in
Sunimproved. '.The rarmuers in his sec
Ston are badly in niwed of rain.
SA, 8. Dialynski, who has for thi
past several months boen etonnliclte
with the Savannah Woole nwar
Q.Oortmpany as their t rav lin g nr resent
live. has resigned his posiuiotin aut
will in the future engage iti the poul
tiM business at Itanuncek Ridge
:i, tii fo*r1 the raising of .the0 'oun
4l 1%so his 1tOUb~L ar
.... *"ts to. sahItortly an
... ..S.l4- to 4pffer .d e
la.^l^ ^f -''^ X '' Iti


rounds.
J. W. Keys, the molten lead wonder,
has accepted the proposition of thei
Lone Star Circus Co. and expects to
depart for New Orleans some time next
week, transportation for himself and
company being furnished him. This
circus expects to tour this site some
timent in November next.
Capt. L. E. Barker and wife, who
have been absent from the city for the
past several weeks in Atlanta, will ar-
rivo in the city this morning. Their
many friends will be pleased at
the information that the operation
performed upon the former proved
successful, and it is now only a ques-
tion of time when he will be full re-
stored to good health.


Mr. Joseph Pominville of Stillwater,
Mi nn., hitter having spent over $2,000
with, the best, doctors for stomach
trouble, without relief, was advised by
his druggist. Mr. Alex. Richard, to
try a box of Ohamberlain's, Stomach
anid Liver Tablets. He did so, and is a
well hian today. If troubled with in-
digestion, bad taste in the mouth,
lack of appetite or obnstipation give
these tablets a trial, and you are
certain to be more than pleased With
the result. For sale at 25oents a box
by all druggists and medicine dealers.
Rev. Edward P. Orane, in leaving
yesterday with the view of securing
the earliest possible steamer accommo-
dation from Jacksonylle to New York,
expressed to us regret that, he was un-
able to pay parting regards in person
to the many before whose eyes these
lines will come, who have paid`\itt
kindly attentions. He. bogs that~m e
may be credited with a true-heartd
appreciation of them all. It wouli
give him deep pain to be forbidden the
hope of renewing these associations.


Tickets for lecture by the boy orator,
I Arthur Sipprell, which will be give n
for the benefitof the Oak Hall Baseball
. Association at Edwards' Opera House
t on Tuesddr evening, will be placed on
salo at Miller & Avera's tomorrow
morning. As this to a worthy object
and something that will enthuse life
Into Gaineasville during the summer
1 ountIus, besides largely advertising
Sthe town, it Is to be hoped that a large
- crowd will greet hbi. His lecture is
composed entirely by himse0mafnd is
well worth the price and your. time to.
e hear.
1 -.,----- *
i, :Spring Ailments.
- There is an aching and tired feeling;
d the liver, |bowels and kidneys become
I- sluggish and inactive, the digestion
, impaired, with little or no appetite, no
is ambition for anything, and a feelig
g that the whole body and mind sneie
- toning uip. The trouble is, thatdnr-
iy i)ng winter, there has been an ifoIwuI*'
auott of waste nsattut ut lb ,tem.
Ilerbine will remove it, iea atto t.i.
iffeot, fulhl re4tor e 'Mw. : '


j4MAt ~1; i903'
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11"'n .am T AND Insure with Cushman & Hill
AND 1. H. ollino s made a flying business
ItT rn trip toGainesvilleyesterday.
TYNBENSnD unci e.n uLulnotu
UITi IJU E tu When in need of elluw pine shingles
write to T. J. Cone, Raleigh-, Fla.
S. V. Duke returned yesterday from.
of ral Interest ath flying business trip to Jacksonville.
Ad by Our Reporters. Henry Futch departed yesterday for
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., where he will en-
AL AND SOCIAL ITEMS ter the Eastman Business College.
M. J. Ward, ope of the successful
6 Happened and What is Going truckers of the Micanepy section, was
aen Told In Short Paragraphs among the visitors to the Central City
at "He Who Runs May Read" yesterday.
at Su"nM IVW S. Jackson, more familiarly
e Sun ,.. known as "Happy Bill," of Lake View,
with Cushiman A H1ill. was meeting his large circle of friends
Beekhamn of Windsor was a in the city yesterday.
the city yesterday. Licut. II. Fred Smith, who hab been,.
Adams of Windsor was among al tending East Florida Seminary, re-
ors to Gainesville yesterday. turned to his home at Jasper yesterday.
see Moyers about those con- He was one of the graduates at this
ght away quick, lest 3e forget. term.
Ilow pine shingles l's and 2's, Miss Ruby Lee departed yesterday
shipment, write T. J. Cone, for Ocala, where she will spend some
F sa. s.-wd-w time visiting her friend, Miss McAr-
lylvester and Burell Wiggins thy, who has been attending the East
swore among the visitors to Florida Seminary.
ly capital yesterday. Miss Corn Whilden, who has been
laltie Knight. who is conduct- quite a social favorit( ainong the social
.roy Hotel at High Springs, was folk in St. Augustine,.Jacksonville and
in the city Saturday. Waycross for the past four months,
ent-New cottage on corner has returned to her home in Clark.
ay and Orange streets. Rent Single young men will find the
)le. Inquire of Nettie Robb. coziest furnished rooms at the
G. M. Lynch and family de- Brown Ilouse Annex, 75 cents per
yesterday for Melrose, where week to$2. Also several rooms for
spend some time visiting rel- light housekeeping. Apply Brown
House office.
Mrs. R. Wilson talks corsets to the
, Taylor of Palmer was among ladies in this morning's Sun. She is
,ore to Gainesville Saturday. solo agent for the W, B., the Kabo and
3for the purpose of attending the Puritan corsets, and also sells the
norlta.extrcises. R. & G. Read what she has to say and
Eddins, Roscoe Baird, Frazier visit her store.
linney McCook departed yes- C.W. Benhnm, the gentlemanly rep-
or Poughkeepsie, N. Y., where re t.enative of the famous Buckskin
1 enter the Eastmtan Busiiness brvethes, was here yesterday inter-
viewing the trade in his line. lie is a
Skinner of Archer was among clever gentleman and never fails to
rans who timtne to the city yes- make a large number of friends in his


What Has
I to HapF
So Thi
ii' It In Th
:'Insure
*. M .T.
visitor to
.W. M.
the visit
o* l': Better
tru ts rig
.or yel
prompt
.I aleiglh,
3J. M. F
S of Hagwu
iY the count
Miss II
lng the T
| shopping
For R
,.North B
,. reasonabt
: Capt.
parted y
they will
atives.
eo. L
th1, e visit
I iHe ame
S the Men

and McI
terday ft
they will
i. *College.

' -,the yetcI


etables at, that station and unless they The Memorial Day exercises held
are blessed with some of the wet arl Saturday were the largest attended
ticle soon their crops will perish. and the best program rendered that
At the Churches. have ever been witnessed in the city. :
Church of the Holy Trinity, Arch- Promptly at the appointed hour the
deacon Gray, rector-Holy communion Union and Confederate Veterans met
7 a. m. Morning prayer and sermon on the north side of the square and
10:30 a. it. Subject, "The Day of were escorted to the cemetery by the
Power." Choral even song and address two chapters of the Daughters of the
at 7:30 p. m. Subject, "A Message of Confederacy.
Peace." The Daughters of the Con- The camp of Lew Wallace Post twas
federacy and the members of the under command of Col. A. P. Morrow,
Graqd Army of the Republic are cor- in the absence of Col. H. F. Dutton,
dially invited to attend. Today is while Stonewall Camp was under com-
Whit Suiday,. a festival of the first maand of Judge Horatio Davis.
rank in the observance of the Eplsco- The exercises at the cemetery were
pal church. Archdeacon Gray has re- opened by Chaplain W. M. Smith of
turned from his southern trip and will Archer by prayer, and who also read
officiate and preach at all the services the address of President Lincoln at
at Holy Trinity. Gettysburg November i 1863.
Baptist church Rev, J. b3. Holley Judge Horatio avis followed with a
pastor.-XNo morning service. Sunday fine address on the life of Lincoln,
school has been changed from 3:30 to which was well received.
4 p. m. Evening service at 7.:30 by After the decoration of the Union
Rev. M. A: Clonts. and Confederate graves the services
Presbyterian church, Rev. T. P. were adjourned.
Hay, pastor-Morning service 10:30. INTERESTING PROGRAM.
Sunday school 4 p. m. Evening service
at 7;30 p.m. Graduating Exercises of East Florida
No notice of service at the other Smi ~ry'SeniorCass,
ohurohes was handed-in at this office, Te, graduAinag. e .eriseu of East
but we presume the usual services will Flor 8e4 on lapt IWedaaday
be held. :',
lweiv hl aintfisP4 4a w


Jurors Drawn.
Following is a list of the jurors
drawn for the special term of court
to be held here on Jurie 10th:
J.L. Sloeum, J. H. Hill, J. H. OsB
teen, J. 8. Crown, W. H. Worley, F.
M. Oellon, W. R. Sharmon, C. W. Mo04
Donald, J. A. Beal, M. Crews, J. 8.
White, J. B. Mathis, T. T. Townsend,
A. H. Bland ng, B. O. Johnson, F. C.
Crown, R. L. Davis, 0. L. Feaster, A.
M. Ellis, 8. H. Benjamin, 0. C. Morri-
son, A.,M. Pournell, E. K. Anderson,
3. B. Sqiyder, C. A. Bryan, I. 0. Hil-
liard, M. J. Main.8, E. Bauknight, R.
Varnes, W. it. Holt.
For Thoes Who Live on Farms.
r.?Bergin, Pana, III., writes: "I
ha usee4 Ballard's Snow 'Liniment;
alw recommend it to my friends, as
I an ofident there isno better made.,
It I a dandy for burns." Those wh0o
live o arms are ipecially liable to
many acoldental *ita, burns and
bruise which heal rapidly when Bal.
lard,* ow Liniment it applied. It
should ways be k4pt in the hotCt for
eases of ergenoy. 382, 0 and $,.X
at John Broa.
Sineiville VictorIous. .
The WV aggregatio. of juvetlle
baseball p ere visit.t. ity Ye
terday for e p0rpeog" afseoUng tl
"klid"" pila i.*oif t '"0ity. :.The.
Croibd ba ii*ttire an te or
reulted in a tor IbrGalajeville of


Olr the atm. tn pi bt' r,' i. a
Limi-ts, w lorea &e'orlt Wis


the V tA tkIqtAh k wine o
lwgb -on dr . li'** .' ,,r

t sb-t1Iwo tltdewts wirer




havinm se: s 's4 the rkss ande-
recelvqd the $ degree mve*ts ss


having ma e $A Jigist nr, de-
livered thev Maliotory dl the ela.

Brought He'r ck.

from Lake i-Otty, where he eat fo the
prp'ose of taking Inle custody Besle,
Peamh, who was :i44 iin this county
asl a plaintifR wifieos against her
father, who ~~is ehrged with the crime
of h 'eeat. T.ase was to haV'e been
esl.4 pit tie ilata seton of the eirtenlt
eatl but lt nspearnmce will.
eay It oer to thire special seMaion to
1e*d e he*re on the 10th 6 June.'
A "ah#now sube, Mwe. w
bWy is that congresllman so op.'
liver btviUtifying the elky of Wash-
iIW. he's constau ntly poing as a
setl nt of the people, and he's atrald
his atte atnts will get an idea that
the eerauts,' quarters are too luxu.
-atIt~t.
"Wfelt J ote cI certaInly a patient
man, with a .tem pir bard to ruos."
"paiuent I* o Oeam th Jne.- ,
that man has beeu rtaon toso out
j tl t e.. ... .e: eO -O wi.I:it
ba ^^~lh^aatyio~ga


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Ul.Warowik Cushma"Ill. VAILES MONEY MAY
Insure with Cushmban .V[ill.M
A. B SiMtmons of Bell was meeting W L O EY
his large number of acqupiutancesi HAVE TIO H OVER
the city yesterday. HAVE IT HOLD'
J. A. Abrams departed yesterday on '-
a bushiieos trip to Dunnellon, where he House Yesterday Refused to
has several nice sales in sight.
N. C. Pettit, the energetic broker Adopt Majority Report.
who makes Waldo his headquarters, O I
was here yesterday interviewing the HEATED SPEECHES BY MAJORITY
merchants.
E. WV. Millican, the jovial naval It is Highly Probable That the Claim
store producer of Waldo, was among Will Have to Await the Next
those who paid the Central City a Session of the Florida Law-
visit on Saturday. Makers.
Miss Bertha Strickland, who has been
attending Miss Tebeau's school in this Special to The -T e un:
city for the past term, left yesterday Tal l ese, May 30 -The lIouse to-
for her home at H ague. day refused to ndopt the majority re-
o port of fts claim conunitte recom-
The proposed entertainment for the mending the adopion of the Senate
Kirby Smith Chapter, U. D. C., which bill appropriating $77,000 for the
was to have been given on June 3, has Wails claim.
been postponed until June5th. The minority bill, however, passed
Capt. A. W. Gilchrist of Wade was the substitute bill of 25 by a vote of
among the visitors to Gainesville yes- 45 to 21h
terday. Ho has recently erected in Today's session was a stormy one for
that section of the county a saw mill the lower house and the debated were
and expects soon to have same running heated and lengthy. Bullock, Abrams
on full time. and VWebb formed the majority, and
B. C. Carson of Boll arrived in the Stroziur, Gilchrist and Rivers, the mi-
city with his family and will make this nority report.
place their future home. Mr. Carson The efforts on the part of the friends
expects to work at the veneering es- of Wailes to indefinitely postpone the
tablishment of E. J. Baird in the substitute was unsuccessful, and it is
-southern part of the city. believed that the Senate will not con-
Miss Roberta Purse of Savannah, for with the House, and it is highly
Ga., has arrived in Ihe city and will probable that no adjustment will be
spend some time visiting here as the made this session.
guest of Mrs. J. N. Strobhar. She has The Senate today held an all-day
a large number of friends in the city session and disposed of much accumu-
who are always glad to meet her. lated business.
C. C. Strickland of Hague was MEMORIAL EXERCISES


SIMONSON'S SALVE DID IT.
Effected a Permanent Ours When
Twelve Doctors Had Failed.
B. B. Virling ofLondon* Miss., und r
-date t Apri211,1 write.:
, Simonsont, Galneav4ill, ia.:
.De~ br: t'! write to express my
deep gratitude to youi for ytour won-
derfu nalve has cured a sore on my
oot0 'fromw h ~e htave4ntffrted great-
y for v years. Twelve doctors have
been working on the fodt during this
time, but failed to effeOt a oure. Your
atve ddlthe Work iin Itlte while. I
took from the foot ten pie-o .: of bone,
after the glass hd been extracted,
which caused the so:e and A ow I anm
entirely cured and ab to walk with-
outthe aid of Orutch4 I shall al-
yay feel the .reatest gratitude to-
I yo, and wiUl alalw yi peak a
go0d word for your salve"
For sale at Wallaes Oity Drug
Store, Galnesville,. Pl. _awfimo
Gainesvilleo ontingpotAll Pass.
The Gainesville contingent, consist-
ing of Drs. G. B. Ttion, 3 Pierson
.and E. H. Pound, .who departed the
flret of the week to take the State ex-
amination to practice dentistry, have
all returned to the city, having comni
out successful in their undertaking.
It is said that the examination wan
one of tho hardest ever put up and tlth'
sucessful contestants .hae a just
cause to be elated over their victory.
There were only three in 'the entire
number who failed to pass, and they
were from other sections of the Stat -
A Little Early Riser
Now and then at btime will cure
constipation, bil1oosnem and ltwIr
troubles*. DeWitt'a Little Eari
Risers are the famous little pills ti;fl
cure by arouaing the 4tretions, mov-
lig the bowels gentle, yet effectually.
iie glaxli of t es


Special Values
In many departments tihs uc k.
It will pay you to visit the stor,
often.


transacting business in Gainesville
Saturday. He says that the d',y
weather is playing havoc with the veg-


Largely Attended by Veterans of Both
Sides and Daughters.


A'TT"1
A.lJ^:'


Mosquito Canopies
At $1.00, $1.25 *1.7:
$2.25, ready to hang.


I


andI


I MRS.. WILSON '





THOMAS



UNDERTAKING CO.

Full line of FINE CAS-
KETS, COFFINS,

ROB ES, etc. All funer-
al supplies up to date.
Hearse and carriages
furnished when desired.



Personal attention to
all business in this li1e.
Orders by nail or tel
graph promtly attend
ed to.




THOMAS

UNDERTAKING CO.


I


I


WI LSON'S



Corset Talk,
Nothing so necessary to a hlady's
appearance as a perfect-litting
corset. We can lit any sltyh
figure In several of theli most
popular makes, being sole agents,
for the W. B. Corset, the Kaul)
Corset and the Puritan C(orset.
This latter Is the new foinm i.
justable corset for medium nm|l
stout figures. We also keep tih
R. & G. Corsets.




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