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: 05 1, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
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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: VID02117
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: 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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OL. XX, NO. 68 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, FlrII)AY, M A Y 1, 1)903
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TOWN IN DANIER GOOD ROADS CONVENTION. VISITORS CROWING
NN IN' DANGER
Last Day's tSaisn t St. LouIs--Rca.
A .11 tion3. A~cpted. I O1T US
FROWI OBEST F1RE 0 St. Louts, Apl'li 3!.--At the laz !
FROM FOREST FIRES St oiti' Z" : CITY OF ST. LOUIS'
... .day's seassin on the national and4 iu a
4Diga 'ti-n Ti'r, rlh a n temaritional good 1rcds con\ventiton.-on A! A'iiouns Occaso n o -t the


T:..r, C. Ylaf, to urowa,
S With Destruction. chJatriran of rto c.oimnitt; on sol'i-
tiors, presented tie v ert. ou U.?0 c1i0 .
088 OF LIFE IS FEARED. mittoe which was adopted. The rea-
...-.. solutions declare:
In Every Direction the Woods Are 1. Tfiat the building of good roads
in the United States is now parainoilt
I Ablae and Citizens Are Fighting the to n:tlolal propezlty and coennrctal
Flames--Many Persons Forced to tsupln-uliacy.
Leave Their Homes. 2. That we recommend the lharmoni-
ous co-operations of the township,
4,Onaway, Mich., April 30.-Forest county, state and municipal g-overu-
Ilres threaten the destruction of the meni aIn the furtherance of this great
'city.. In every direction the woods end,
ti tre ablaze. Hundied of citizens 3. That the as!oclntion belleves that
f-ought the flames last night to keep the appropriations hereto'or,. made
them from the lumberyards and plant for the building of valUroadr. canals
of the Lobdell and Bailey Manufactur- and other improvements of rivers annd
lag company. harbors has been wise and beneficial,
The lumber camps are surrounded but an appropriation for the impnrove-
by fi a, ard it is feared that lives will ment of our highways has now be-
be lost. conime necessary to extend the bless-
A, high wind from the southwest ings of Intellige;ce and to promote a
iprevalls, Log trains were kept busy high oider of citizenship anrmoig" all
al. night bringing In people rescued classes of people and to imet the
fromx the fire along the tracks. ever-growing necesltlies of the a~ricul-
Residents of the southern part of tural Interests.
the section are moving out. 4. That we recommend the establish.
Unless rain falls tonight, the result ment throughout the United State's of
wml be serious, a fro:-. the nation down to the ownership,
_.-.- .. WHOLESALE- 8UICIDINGQ. w. ltorgaaiaat-on -shall- so overlap-
each other and make a complete na-
Three Persons End Life by Drinking tional association.
Deadly Acid.
Washington, April .-hree per SLAHED HI THOAT.
sons have committed suicide in this oran flct Probably Fatal
city by using carbolic acid as a means Wounds Upon Himself.
of en-in lfe. Greenville, S. C.. April 30.-J. A.
The- three suicides were Deonard H. Wright, proprietor of a local beef mar-
Iangum, a former clerk in the census ket, attempted suicide Tuesday in room
omlce; Guy E. Padgett, a real estate No, 27, of the Southern hotel, by cut-
an4 insurance agent, and Mrs. Sadie ting a gash n his throat and several
Plummer, a young woman whose hus- gashes on his wrists and arms. The
keeps a lunch room on nnyl- act Is sald to have been the result of

Mr. Mtngum was a native of North despondent over fnanclal circum-
CSroltna, but lived for many years in It is known that Wright was due the
ArikansAs. it Is said that he at one Cudahy Packing company, of Atlanta,
time was wealthy, but lost his money a um money for which a mort
^and ws cpe t a sum of 'money for which a mort-
,, and wis compelled to come to
thia cwt? to seek employment He gage on all his property was given
this itI to seek employment. Hle Tuesday morning. About 2 o'clock.
lost his iPostiton In the census omce
iost his position in the census ofce after having signed the mortgage, Mr.
last Jul. and since then had been un- Wright wnt to his room. leaving
employyel. His body was found be- call for 4 o'clock. At that hour he
cleakth a tree In the reservatlon south call for I o c A hat hu he
o theh a tree the reservation south responded to the knock of a hotel por-
The cuse of Padgett's death s un At 6 the clerk went to Mr. Wrght's
known, but it is thought he had be. room to deliver a package. The door
come dsondent. He was a mem. room to eliver a thensdac e. The r
ber of the Maccaboes and Odd Fel. was loeod on the.Inside. The clerk
of acedFe crawled through the transom and
lows.. vMonday night after leaving a
lodge room he wrote his wife a brief foung Wight lying on the bed with
note Inclosing $100 in cah ad a his head hanging down on the side,
Snote in(losing $100 in cash iad asking his throat cut and arms cut,
her for forgiveness. Then he went? blysroatcut were summoned
'hme aed his wife found his body In Ph opinion were at.once, ummoneds.
7the bat4 room. Theirr opinion w" that the wounds
Mh r oo. wll prove fataU WrigMt is about
Mrs. summer was found unconm l years od, a *live of Athans, (la.
welou lying across a bed Ind hae 3 5yearsod4, ha tive of Atans. (is.
ous lying acars beatd i room le has been here only a few weeks,
*n d dltI soon after Telng taken to but ha made a number of friend4.
the hoesital. She is said to have atb
Stru4fte suicide once before. SIX YIARS FOR SIMS.

IMPORTANT CASE DECIDED Defaulting Bank Clerk ecoMome In.
m-nat of Federal Prlsorn
Involving the Validity of Marrlages AtlWtea. April _0.-0. H. lams. who
i Obtained by Fraud. embezzled $93,000 of the, funds of the
S Al baiy, N. Y., Ap:41 3.---n Impor- Capital City bank, was yesterday Ian.
tant case Involving the validity of tenced-to six years Ifn the federal prlit
a i.rlaries obtained by fraud has just on by Judge Newman.
b-een decided In the court of appeals Sit i pleaded guilty to II indict.
I-the iase of GCraorio lilorenao, ap- mn"t0.
pellant. agaJnst .Johanna Bilorenzo. The whole court proceeding occu-
It. appears that tie parties had been pled but. a few minutes, and when
living together without inT:rrlage and Sims had affxed h is sgnaturo to tlei
thai t ati r an a r snctr of the nan in plea'of guilty he was led out agialnl
IlPhilade ohia for som(ni month the wa; and the carriage that broag'ht him to
.Inae produced a child. and, represent; court carried him to the prison.
ing as 8er own, born during hi4 alb- t was between 32 and I o'clock
tsnee, .se Iduced him to marry her. iah'rt he !artved at thbO great, glooniIy
Ie., soon ~iicovered that the child was, pile ot on the McDOel)t ugB road, mand
S.ot her and brought action for steppedl from the 'arriage, passed up
*.ainullnrl~t on the ground of fraud. A the stone steps, through the amrre4d
,:::ry in ?iw York city, where the par* doorway and begaP his,trm.
ties live gave him the verdict, and lli haJr was cblolly cropped, his
the marr-eo was ordered annulled. fahtonable attire excb tagd tor *
.The wotiant appealed, and the judgal coarse gray ptisonersl t':ifoUm, and
, .ta"Bt was ievered by the appellate dL, down in the record rOomT hls photo
' ;lioa,, O he court of appeals gain' graph and .nmaurementsa may be
retereed, iustatnlng the order of sa find byh referencee to the Uttdez of
utlhti nt. ' .i uch things, 1

Commi ilon Reium.e Hrlinga. Important Delson Relndere0d.
New YIk, Aprti ~.--The ilterstatl Outbri'. 0. T., Aprtil $t-Aauocahate
Seommerce'eommisslon resumed today .Justfre rwin has rendered a laI mO.
."t itieveita; tIon ioto the mplatiatS of t~r, der4sion regarding thAi a>pprNt
i. 'lIerst tarlnst the anLthrcite'' meit of teardiwra for fsa4die to .pr
/coal aer railroads. $Johs a. viat them from dispolag of tbuig


a ad, anst agn.t for the Ru'4dlSt a ney as ty ser pas. A ml ol
CoS, sa: compare, teottls at s.ea ,t .auch htaarlu hv beM D:it
he stt os' ld about a umillis tows fo.r te. Aapiboe.Cbeee aIt
St m.elet 'r, peapt pe w*l iea^e hia bda-u4sdi di t
*** m .tem B 'kft stoo .
Pa r"S "It.3 5 a


Missouri Metropolis.
DEDICATION OF WORLD'S FAIR,

Governors and Their Staffs nad Other
Distlnguished Guests Arriving by
Iverru T-ain -Hrtell rr ,-,,A.,.. f


GREAT STRIKE THREATENED.

Sub-Wny Workmen In. Greater New
York May Q'ult Work.
New York, April 30.---Unless the
co-ontrairtors sut'rrnder be fort, Friday
lmorting,. 50o.00 loitaoresa onsployied ou
heo sub-\'uiy anul I n thli, exc(v itionua for
butihltkgll, ii (ireicrI NO'w orkl, k.!I
lay d(1 \\1 tlhelr pik'ks and aRhovels. At
a meeting of the Contractors' Proteec-
tive association lust. nig ht noi decision
wasI reached, .ani tt was said that au-
Othor meeting would not b he hld ho.-
faro My I. the limit of timel given by


y -,-.- ,o ,wude ou tho workit a for an answer to their
Their Utmost Capacity. ultimlatium.t
More than 9 i.'r eent of tho "'On
St. Louis, April 30.--This morning nIlo3R than 1. It5 per cntt of the men
the residet of St." 3Lok in guruploy4d are ItaHlluns aun few of them
the residents of St. Lou,., il goleural |.n .-iape( ,- n nglh. '[hto.lo rnAtractort
and the managers or thi. .otrl''s fair ,ay that th etho eroe todiieao
I particular, wero givn thel f ayt th nt they wt., er todu',d to .
experience of the condlitiiM s that will teono.
confront them during the r, minader of The ltorors ctonm id. a uniform pn
the week. for alit! wolrtl Passenger trAeine by the core rolled pr, 'nt 1 ,, t 2 to o i t tty, Itik
in all the morning, a, ili ,i ti.la men ,('(r,1i g t4 thI1 r i'-hill tal the ,lo ti llon
and regulars. governors. imand govor- of the lwork. l it)ho hiher Hum inihlng
nor' stall's, poured thn ,h the gatos pa1 for work in ,. h low-r irit oi
lh what seemed a neverit l.img stream. Man hatt.an, T'he ,on 1h,i> $nd 2 ia
The visitors who wvort, no gold lace day ftiur t rth wo k auxi $2.ho a day for
aed came merely to s',t, arrived by rock twoil'.
the tens of thousands. It was the The contractors sny thlit undeu t, h
first of the coming rush and It cameo scale tho mtn ldonlanl they woultl
like a tidal wave. lJiv.-rylnody was have to iuny men who h-v,1 1 n ( ,. 1n a
careA for promptly. All the distill. pick what they tiare now paylug exprlt.
gulihed guests were nit4 by escorts encodt m.n. The tontr ctos a drmandt
And conducted to places ipr,vlously sCt the itbht tIo pay the lalrorrs accord.
a-pa-t for their comfort and entertain. ing to thi,r skill.
anmt. Those of the atultitude who The laborers also want a day of
bhd luade no previous arrangements g hours. This th contratrtors refuse
for rooms were compellhtd to hunt for to grant. It would ho Imipoloulble to
what they wanted, -as tho hotels wore carry out their contrn -t they say, if
crowd-Jed to their utmost capacity, and they agreed to an eiglit-hour laIy.
the late Lrrlvals had to take to the
boarding houses. The people were IN BEHALF OF PEACE.
provided with stopping place as fast .._. .
as possible.
Governor Van Sant, of Minnesota; Women to Hold Council In Favor of
Governor Cummins, of Iowa, and ov, International Arbitration.
ernor Mickey, of Neblraska, s rived t hIlcago, April 30.--The tove lth an.
early la the afternoon and Governor nual dlinonstrattion of womnn in hbo
Oummins In particular was aqcotupa half of peace and Intornatlonnl arlil.
aled by a staff suhllliontly numerous station will I>* hld this year on Maiy
to make up a squadron of cavalry It today, tys:o
Itself, today, Says:
Cardinal Gibbons, who is to doelivo "The counnel hls boon notlvo In of.
the Invocation at the dedlention core. ganlaing a universal ddemnnAtrrttion oni
monies tomorrow is thit guest of Arch- the rocurrence of the date of theo n.it
bishop Kain. evening or the C'(ar's mcouf'reice at lTh"l
Governor Odoll. ,if New York, ant, Hague, IlN May, 1809 At fIrHt It wan
In this motulng witah litf staff. Follow+ a o chrti'tIhif'l Int Ing him closely c(at4t4 a train thear. to 0 r" ''vo I t> gr tfiIfInl r(coltIt,
Ing cavalry, lnavl! illtia ll an l nfanI tan li o it inlill I hl tI 1' of tho i con
try, all from Ntw Yirlt. ienr., ' now. hit ow i ciirl otf artliltmt.
Governor Durbhin, of lndiana, with a i tlon hv1il'ng he'oK r'ct'h( ly o rganl.,od., thf
laff of 60 people" Is expected thiUi' date It' which thllnt court was forlnnl
evening. ly yonvenr'l. na'lwly, May 18, nifa111
General Gomez, of (Cuba, arrived at still more signlfneant than May 15.
10 o'clock, three hours late. He wat H4!ere'after, therefore, May 18 will t,4
given a hearty welcome and eu corted obsen rv.e< I the' dlo tof the 1unIV to the Planters' hotel. demnit:nition of women. Tno Ex-President CI(tveland Is expctld nlittt, havnlug the inatteor in charge 1|i
over the the IHaltimore and Obhio South. tile country has s'mnt out a Itl eir to
,westem F at 6:20 thls afternoon. H, e the clergy of the country askig flthint
will be met by a corrnmittee represent the pIrobabhllo Itmn Ing the exposition company. and will international court shall hII dlla<'ias ,l
be the guest of r'rcsihlent Franels, of n Isom* e hturch service of tho fnlro
the fair. or second Sunday of Mtiy.
In adlditon to the trroop from New "Th aid of the presn also In ~ollltl
York the following (detachmnenti ar ed.- The (ominlltt rived during th e dany this dornoristratior ftroin all lq'itrti'ri.'
One provisional regimeont and ban _-- ..'-
.t +1Aske Heavy Da gaes.t
from Ohio; four regirnents from l' As, Hwvy amage.
sourt; one regiment aAtu band from Catlhomn, an., April 3o tl4lt has
Iowa; one reglmenti annMd. band from I,11i bcen filt. in the l ,spoi'rtr tort iat this
ltnols; one battalln and band from place by OharlN. M IIiwli Aguint th il
Oklahoma, and one battalion and band FkStIthrn itallway L1o0Ipany to rAi'viov4r i
from louiSlana. $2 ,0rnu( la tmtuas. Mir Itowin o,.n
forth In hil ptlot LAH4ED ON BARE RACKS day of April ,Ih0t hJ wona i ftairnoa
"t"1-- -- .


Double Whitecapping Outrage In R e
publican State of Indiarna.
Nash*n lle, Ind4,. April 30.-A-A toublc
hbiteieappnlni hasio onm township, 16 miles from here. Th,'
victims were artJ-nam Moffoft and .1.1
Worth HIas man, livin' l1 m)file apartO
Shortly A after mrnln!ghat a moib of 40
maskhtd nmen broke Into Moffet's hom.o !
draggkd him from hi. ted, tled him tim
,i te In.then yard ad- vw him 40 i
1la41 o0a tbhu brt bavr k with hthk'ikry
Wittoie 1 HIt Waa ,u-+rrIod br-k Ilittfl
the hotsi in teg pures-actn 'of hil wHlf
and told thab tf he dl -not r9ca10
hbi Tisits fo a c rtaln h.r:,a .lI tbi
etighbortaood *sdt i)sitp bMting hbit
Wife, the piatObment would be repet.
4l. Malogt pronmls... .The anmrb
werat to. tble ifhmins hoMuw, where th
program was repeta .Qult pt .o e +or4d mt.
Ioe, o. April -- lastrr.t
-who h BsMi Palmer, Us. ahel.
a te Itr O ktrwo b(wul as e
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Iboundi frt'unt ChU(',.lattia W.V'.-'n thu
train reached <)('Mu s rtr;sl i n (l ttonll ti j
(G r't(mn -otrurily, It is m nais'kil that h i
wa jifrked off the top e t a ( t1Fr tIrOpYKh
th6+ c"4are(*c*i ,s sf +ther :mIItloys.aI
at(l.rl ruln ov:-r, hi.t right arrn o lt be cut
off at lHt, j ihouldlr J',ilt.

Crushed In Waste Press.
Aufrogult, (., April 3,--lIn .the An.w
$kAsta factory two bltul, 14 atl t1 yearsr
i,. wetr,, fn)omilatigS play' wlth their
work, mauld ti a c ltam O.f hide4-and4-aluk
ftarney Mdaine hid ln the preas for bhal
pifS w*RArt. ldl ieMly or se-',Idr'ntaity strte4 tb* proesj
an4 betros rrw? 100`411 0 afO "who knew
Low to stop It the boy wrs si tlbdly
equiasd th4 at s-rfOuiS, postbly fat*l.,
Iti6real a iJartis reluttd,-
Souug*h. Entate Seidn Iues
Rl#lsh, c, M,. A,1 .--boStwe..)l
d4.e thS e ,0t4 d *late o 4 e4 .mt
bo'de, ut*8r45 t "4 bytt" )M(
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TEN CtNTS A WEi|



RUSSIAN POlICY


TOWARD IANCHURIA

Government FlatlyDeniest0;.

,Pekin. p IRop t .__._.
WERE SIMPLY INVENTlIONI

semil-ffioial Note Says that Russia
Has Absolutely No Intention of Plac. *,^
Ing Impediments In Way of Foreign
Trade.
St. Potersburg, April 30.--A semi- :
official noto on the subject of t Rselan '
pollty towarl i Mitanchutlria, j)ut iasled,
chairacterlizea the donurnda ascribed to ::r :
lusstati n the d ispatches from Peokin
as iluming simply invontios, as already
cabl'led to tho Ass.ocialtd Pl-ess on the: ,
authority of the li nalau toriolKgn offl ,d
"No cu hango, has occt)utrred,." says. the
"ote, "ll tho inteutlonl of Itusia with
,rftrllre-o to ManIchuria. he ex ''rho
chatng of views a tout to occur be-
t.wenti- the i tieilan unuminltor aud the-
Chlinesao govormlxtnnt can relate only '
to tiln Ieotuuuires to be adopted for 1* -
suligii th.l prtesrvatloi o oordr lAd "
tratuKlIllitty arftor the Rllsulan troops
Invt marched( outt of tho province,
"ltuisla i hula absolutely no Intention i
to plano Ittiilldimntt In tho way of
foretlgiln tuttth." .

DEPARTMENT NOTIFIED,

No Truth In Published Reports iays
Ambassador MoCormlok,
Washlngton, Ap'il 3I0,-Toh6e #tate
departlmnt hOa re.olvod a dlpatop h *
rrout Antlul)tulodr alcCorlnick, at it.
PIttormlburg, to the ctfect that the Bull
laut minllhter tfor foreign affaire haa h
astt'ismar ol hill that lior publlsh od ,r .
port of the l r proposed convontlliOn be :4
twton RIlttuls alutl China relating to I
Manch urit, tnre* aljsolut(ir y incorrect '
aftri tllht thort Im no foutndtllon for the
rop1ort that Ituslia ltdemandu thlt tna hinla
shall jf'tfsIM tl, ho ret iilstt of other
iowo(rl foH h (ruty pol'rti and cotuu11latos ;
In Manc hurla. ilut.e.
11o hbaH IoeU astll itirl(d that tho nItIl
$1.tln v, n.rnlll'lI hi t no l Iltto tlon to .,;ti0t
excluid ot thor rimintrici filgn (Kdvan-.
ta Kf' now iltj >yedi In IMailihtUrlit or to
<-co( fmr i'4 li iI ir vl u ( on llt HU '
lni t; Ithat lI (,' ;InUtl SIrttatll t Ly bma b h
Imin, tIItt nitoltIrig will hb dOtnti to ( ),lo)e ,
(loolrn iow pt c, anlL that Amnrl(el
('tmllnlirr', niidt Aiiorliran cn ltlal are '
tllhorn whl'ch Ilttt111ula nurt cdsflresm to lSt

It ,I also an, unlistood that similar
5Ilurrlaci'.,is werni recolvad bl y the acer*v .ii
tnry of (attin frorn hill xcaelletncylty ., he
ItUii-altil iambauisa4nr, yesterday aftir-
toon 4. ''' I L.

MUSCOOTA DAM QUARDR D.


rymn lving Troublt'.
,New York, AIprH1 t30.-Apmed gluar5t '4. ,
Iart, p,'tr,'ltilig tbhe powder lhouiens a 'i
dutlyitllit calv of the voontra.tor, a I!
cmtunty. Armed strikers who .
th t last wlek hitav attacker miifeIn ., .at
work sveral ltlmis, have b i:
roetted by a dtepllity sheriff' posts, ia
ar,, still In thidrlu tlI the eIl-hbortng .

Ietu.ty itbriff Wll. I. hoyte, of
Weeta-btrter cetimty, eays he b elives
he has (ltuotltI the (4poll2Stlon to rti
ons th< part of thev striking .qirrarrympntm
at the tirua, lItt. admit(, hbow@vr, thAt)
th, o0 or mrle rtmeOd Italrlarn who
havb taktn to the hiti a4ti are ar tli
provIiti{u I. treM vietnity, coaUitult, a
mintCmci to the publlitc paee of tn':
known pIroporytoitga., The ftreatuoun for
th butlers of tbs, ulatn b< tltL of MI rll c on thea owlrt ntar,
tbs, work, or on the b tyramnlte (e.as
its th( sid r If the Museirta mitontItan,
balf r mnt(i dtitant, and rlqrjfestrd pro.
t* *lokf-tatlto e .arlrd has- btos placed at
eses,.


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E N~W MAPPY Dr. Holes use1 to say he r

retlu .Com p $ e $ ringS ee are wold at hal:

;Ae* Aeis not in:years:.Iti.
I0UODES 480 RAiELOS 'DAILY:' inthe blood. 6-cott'l Emn. tt

e;cror Hyde and Other $tockhodr, i l
ain^svite; eIeraphic by be0"ng your bloody og
I mato Wtli Thi .by supplying it with n i
it 0l1Pets abundance of rich, pure, vital
e W. f this ty, who, i ent; arng
ioi ~bd t':o r, promine 1t stant life and renewal to
Md:it nat, hi: oTi t.... hs est O ryda ee i ot Ch lit h
l :i stock of te evr y bre o your body. It
l 1Qoanay, 'Wednesday re-. will help you to tob advandcig t.
SrPi formation years of half their sting. l ,
whib Is located at aram e
Siipi, egron, has e ple pon requet. pst.
t ew well which is a rea: 8CO.T & BOW$E, 409 Pearl street, New Yuk p

S4Q baela her da )y,. b
kiiold's here have lw WYNN-WOR it
O'L'eOI'jre.ejko, aod prpular. he Yw
j4,j'j, '^ P
SO f TwoPromin ens Young iaople of Jas-
t etnt0:nersHes nd aFortunes,. hi
i ,tscomposedfh,,q.*id of uedayeeninga the little
p^||iiii dh
roftheq.t e orMethodist church in JasperA, there 'wass
fn oo ea happy mtularriage' before a large gath-
pet a:oay; been o t ef friedwh Mr. orge
Uj .1t Wyn led to the matrimonial altar
e 1 alivhoonicn. interruptiony. hurch e
f Ar 28, t Thaar wasa de great tsooey event o
ht the ftar : -f t Jasper# here the cotrheting pare y

.S .i p.. iy wimth friends of both parties
d prod1 or, fl' o haw asd fasebled by special Invi
,, ., .i nown In th ciTe san d co hr
4 444 00r1 .Trh lw ohbound.ethe. together for the re_-"
ti t .0 .... e. la. l ifo r anof the ir nre natural lives. The
Mpoocremon was impressive as it was
p'l"t- -;i "R .beg utifu, vierl fwasvorite arredon a wtho
't at ist. To, begn within toe iut nwher uptian. Theachu i r iwasmco
ne the onera bttifully decorated for the ooccasioh
ni #0ipew-dayt lbt it wilrl TinsM and altogether the scen e
elg tndsbet wlhesa oa for t splendor.
'1 it t he si haver Wnnlous e of the emost mene
(lbari h only a twon andh Ippeo reltiand most uieioesf ul young busof
0ashw that ir s aod graprodcer aneos mon of Jaiper, enjoying a large
St .il o open n The well is ald profitable trade. The bride is w0il
.iegts or almost a now in this city and county, having
thi t 'of $s hl, the i prest we fr many yeast rermided at Hague. Sthe
thrtge ow Iner a ore Mrkha wa i geiehral infavorite among all who
ShteiSoUthern Paifno Inad the lon tok di t hr, andtcan with impunity coa-
i1he Star ooplo have another well 'gratulate the young man on his good
talongsR ethii. one thatOis 'ex- for it une.
i wibtrin a f ew days but it will To LMr. and Mrs. Wynn The Sun et-
fo andti half-inch opening at' the Itnds 'best wishes for a Blog, ptrosper-
inm, making it perhaps a2,000 bar- ou ati d happy life, with thile hope As
Sll te silver clouds of their exsletence
they ll oday start on waon a tr to gold, so will their connubial
,0q.ba0rrrel stoel t n aineo 8Bev- t- elantiotis ripen into the mellowness of
ak -care ofheodentankso ordeStr affoation which will crtieate a life orf
s tacarof t he product b The Star pleasure and contentment.
etroleuWn Co00mpny lis very fortunatqy--
Sarat.oa in owning a very large Traveling is Dangerous.
sount of the present proven flild. Constant 'motion jars the kidneys,
6e ther large owners are Markham which are kept in )lCc in the body by
theSoutheurn Pacifcltl and the Hookse deliat attachnments. This is the rea-


peBpe." oni that travelers, trainmen, street -'..
SAPT. TODD INJURED. oar mon, teamsters and all who drive Y
CA T. TOD* I. N J:UR very much, suffer from kidney disease
Re~elved Sprious Wouncds While Load- in oeine form. Foley's Kidney Oure
Ing Vesel at Jacksonville. strengthens the kidney and cures all R.
SAndew trdy r forms of kidney and bladder diseae.,
S ajor Joseph Andrews yesterday re eo, ani, locomotive engineer,
ivoed information to the effect that Lmnia, 0., writes, 'Constant' vibration OlOIC E
laain A. Todd, while engaged in saU of the engin caused me a great deal of
nitendinlg the 1pading of his vessel tron ble wth my kidueys, and I got ol
wit lumber, recv relief until Iy used :bles.y' Kidney Delivered to
4Tacksonville with lu'mbepr, reeftavd (ure." Sold by W. 0. Wallace's drug
si ,lusa wound whtih may prove fatal store, s- special a
letter Is from the lwife of Cap- BIDS GAINESVILLE QOODYE: 'd
t4d, and states tat he ,was __,
i~o by a 44 swi'ngiug timber, in- "Roaring Bilr" Will Play With Jackson- P..o. Box M54
gttg great gash it hsle head and villItThis Season. .
llakig aay: a portion ofone of hl .f aring Bill" K nedy wll not
gyp. was taken to, thehlspital n
sd. He e wasi taken to the hon was pr-pt for the Oak Halls this summer.
e burglt the opation was r regard He lefet yesterday at noon fo. Jackson- I
ia ut therpatloentio ws grille, where he will take charge of the
(al eriouseondition._f , jackaonvite baseball team asa manager |||
SNotwithstanding that Captain Todd Ja ksonville bKebaltned as a btger
is only visited Gainosvill" on two c.- and certain KonvlUye than Gaieetter oi
aionls, he is well known here. le s foe froni Jaeaksonvlle tan Gaines villO
motive American, but t served with, H la has a fast 'team in view V
lacto it tho tbax ary and as expect ts to win the 1Chatpiionship
.Viuttttlln In the Oubaiif\rkq, nnd hlan
t lhis lot with the people of that. t r11 ne Knnr WEST
4 dhsi '- lne it bo'anI.eI republi. tlie ,: C. Tritton, one of Kennedy's star WEST
ielatd stelslitbe faing arpubli. iu pitchers, is in town, and is training
n^ atenalve' farming aid grazing I ) o l Jadksovile. Ho Comme-
in the province of $antiago do ie unti he iy ol Jcoll e. lchn, onn
Sand expects soon to establish an l f Keney old coge chum,
dex s Book farm tOher. o of St. Albans College, Radford, VA, I
msidok r e. ad is considered one of' the best't in
oQf transporting his cattlt and I. :
t materialss to the island, he pur- iii.wel of
ihonerlat it was n d Roaring speas el of ttPtk
Seselwt lumber r eort iainesville and its Wtpilue. oe says he
i elwrthlambr nrver treatedbetter by popeand
B et wit the aeoidont. i htes o leate iavil l pe
s 1 ~a eros friends and acquatint-
a ebls cit trust that itaptlin to antor back in the fall to coach the
Silvhist i misfortne, and Ea t- ll.rida Seminary football tean.
r o oode Athletics will b.ter in the Semi. W M.
;bete fWry a0t ywear,andnig pttleam.
i . 0 bet
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RAEL A SRMV l
Petled`plans for the p4ew wOrleasii
iuUion are being rapidly. coMpte4.
A ;realutton -to lviae .the tate
boiol ftuds between the, racos "lled;
>set a counstiitubonal mLajority a I the
iorlda house.
Te,' overnors of many ,tat are
Route to St. Louia totiake pIrt in
te dedication of the world's false
rounds.
Despite the protect of Ch.la. art the
1nte4d Sataes at4 aGre at Bitaita, Rui-
a seemn' to be bent on seising Mea.
tuTla.,
The New York court oi appeds s hlr
stained thervalidity of the fraadithae
ix law. The corporations wIt ap
eal to the United Statese apronme
court.
The disatthtbanuces attending the evic.
ion o the religious orders a t lereas
ug In France. Riots ae reported at
everal places.
President Castro, of Venezuels, has
ro)Iulgkted a very drastic d-ecrea
galnst the foreigners. The decre~
ids fair to shut immigrants and cap
al :out of Venezuela.
George F. Gilbert, the Wwcrws oarI
obber for whose freedom ,uch a flght
as been made, hae lost hts last
hance at W'ycross, Ga, and must
erve his senteiice.
A Revelation.
If you make inquiry it will be a rev-
ation to you how many succumb to
dhey or bladder troubles in one form
Anotherr: If .the patient is not be-
nd medical aid, Foley's Kidney Cure
ill cure., It never disappoints. Sold
'W. 0, 'Wallace'e drug stere.
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TONE BAKERY,
T. SCHAFER, Prop.

BREADS, CAKES and PIES
lFresai' Ivery Day.
All Part o( City.
Satlsaotion Guaranteed
attention to otrousem, Manatrels
other traveling troupes.
Hunntint Partes, etc.
S .Gfinncsvtile. Fla
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RAILROAD,
ERY LOW RATES
TO THIE
, NORTHWEST
Sand CALIFORNIA
nihdg Febrtnary lath, End-
lug April 80th.
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,hair Cars, Union
Depots, FIast Trains,
1 uftiuinstHo P.ti pr llletI ratek
SI, \weare!S *
FRED D.MILLER,
Tlar.'P. A AU. ae
ov hma. A44'I Os.
wn Dht.hi l, Ma; U.


AN DERSO N,

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Air Line Railway.
Stcm DULA ERB OTIrh APRIL 12, 103e ;


7' I SOUTU N DIVION 84 :1-.
9 85 a 00 2 10 p Lvv........ ..... Jakstuvie............... Ar 10
10 5 t 954 p 2 0 ........ ....... ... Baldwin................ .. I 12 a 4
S4 11 4 p 4 0 v................ Wald ............ 8 8Q .4 a. .
12.0.p. ..... G': AINEV1LLE ( ........ ?75......i .1
450p v...8 5........8 ..................
...... .. 7 p Ar- ........Cedar Key........ ... .. 1 ....
I ........... v................ S.iv. r ringsg. ,............. . ...1
1 a ....... ............ ....... Ocfaa................... .2....
2 1 02 ....... .................... W ldwood.... .... ........ .......
6 7 ...... ......... ..... ........... ;... .............. .......
S4 ..... ................ Dae (ty. .... ...........
S5 4o a .. ..........................lent City. ................ P
v 0 pl a ...... ...... ............ Palmetto ..ndo. .... .............. ...... 8 p 7
7 28p 11 46 a ...... .... ...... .. .. Manatee ............. ............. 46
745 ................. .Sarasota ...... ......... .70...0
6 00 aa4.....r... ................. a ................0... J, J
NORTH AND EAST I84 I 6 I WEST AND NBW ORLEANS 56
Lv, JucMonvall~e........ 845 7 5s' p ...:. V i alkaonVille ................ 40 p
tAr ero'pnduIaQ....... I 05 a O0 ...... tr Lake City..................... p 5 l
Ar ru wiek .......... 201 5 ....... Ar Live Oak ...... ............ P
Ar Savannia ............... 1I lop 11 5a. ....... Ar Madison..........................
,r Varfax ................ 8 p 1 44 a ....... Ar i entl ello ......... ........... 10
Ar lHD~eirtc............ . ~ Tr 2a ... A l ee............... 40p 8
Ar (ol.u bi.... ........I. .a A. o .............. ..... 4

10 a R .r ra n ............ 6 .
Ar n eu ........ ... .... 0 a ...... A r RiverJunction ................... I
Ar 4H1 i).Jot, ................. 9'( p 05a .7.. ... r en iola.................... .-. ;.i 1
Ar W I nlngton.......... ...... 8 p ....... A r t obile..... ................... .....
Ar outberu Pine......... 11 8p 86 a ...... Ar N w Orlan................... .... .. 7
A Raleigh... ........ 1 p 045 ... ..Lv Jachiaoiville................. .. '
ArPort~i ot h.........1... 8 t00a 6i0 p ..... ,r SMacou......................... .... 8
Ar Richwo dl, Va...........0 16a 812 Ail ita......... .................. | 7
A&r Washlngton............. io I0 1 8 au .. Chat tanoomt.......................... I
Ar Baltimore ............. ..... Nash..........11 26 a-11 5 ....... N hvll.... ..... .............. 6
Ar Philadelphia........... 6 p 258 ...... t Louis................. .........
Ar Now Vork............ 4 15 p 8l ...C... Chlcgo .... .....................


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Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 81, except
$aturdays, from (Gainesville'.
Train No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between '
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Washington. Vesti-.
buled day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe ,
dining car service from Jacksonville.
No. 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars be.-
tween Jacksonville and Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleepers be- :;
tween Jacksonville and New York.
No. 56 connects at Starke for LaCrosse, Alachua, Willeford, Wannee and
intermediate poif is and at Arcner with Early Bird branch.
Nos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays
and Thursdays, 11 p. m.
A. 0. MacDONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
E. O. COBB, Ticket Agent, Gainesville.
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RESPONSIBLE COMPANIES,
PC T S CORRECTLY WRITTEN POLICIES,
Worthy of LIBERALITY or POLICY CONTRACTS
Coderaton PROMPT PAYMENT op LOSSES.
We cover these important points and respectfully
solicit a share of your business.


Fire, Life, Accident and Health Insurance.

-Agents for the-

Victor Safe and Loek Company
S:i -3:oiL3L3Lat:L,, O hio.
The "Victor" is tih 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,

CUTSHMAN & HILL,
Information cheerfully furnislied. (;AINESVILLE, 1F ORIDA















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Jackkaonville ardl Nevw Yorkt
Calling at COHARLESTI.. s. C., both ways.
The Filaet Steamships in the Ceastwise Servic
Clyde New England a iad Southern Li es
Direct Servieb Between JACK-, )NV ILE BOSTO(N and
PROVIDENCE, and All Eastern Points,
Calling at (Charloetont both ways.
SB'EXI-W :E3:~"BI'sY S-AILTXrN0-GS
Southbound ...................... ......Froin LF o is' Wharf, B saton
Northbound.................. rom Foot of Cathariine t., Jacksuovile

Clvde St. Johns River Line
Between JAC:sc1ONVII.Lt, aad R A A. M n'
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Frmncis, Benreford (IlDLatndt). a:; In rmediat
Landings on St, Johns River
Steamer CITY OF J ACKS NV I LLE"
Is appointed to sail its folIows :
Leavea Jackonville 3 p. m. Sundays, TurEdas a rad 'ThlriNys.
Leaves San ford 9:30 a. m. Mondays, W,,edte"i-hiys ad Fridays
Sobb doinI. e.. Jack .e.
La.ve 3:0 pIm......Jacksonville, r e 2
S:4 pm ................. ... Palatka. J...; :.. ap m
: am..... ...... ..... Asor ... p m
4:8 au................ .. St. Francis.... ..m... -
......... ....Bersford (I)eLand) .... 1 00.
Arrive 8 m.. .. -. '.. ....... f0 :. .. .. .... . ... ....
OKNERAL PA$. 1aND TCK.ET OFFtICE, K)4 W. W Bi V T.. J. t'
F 1'l aO PL ,t "-i., ...a "aP. A *t.W I n" ., i :, W'a-""a'. *a .


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E. E, VOYL
FIRE, BOND and
ACCIDENT INSURANCE,:.
Representing a. number of promineriit
Amariean a4d Englbh compaIes. .i

Abstrat & Realty Company,
[Incorporatedl
E. E. VOYLE, Manager.
Get an abstrao of title to land before
buytin. After paying the purchase
poney there is often tno redress for tax
aeles and uncanooled mortgagtes.

Manhattan "A" Typewriter."
NOT IN THE TRUST.
A HUNDItEI-DOLL.Al TYPE-
WRITER FOR I$0.
Guaranteed for one year. Sold on
monthly payments iat i Hllhlit ad-
vanse to reatponsiblo arurtis.
Typowriter Hibbons for
various matchines,
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REAL ESTATE, DWELLINGS
ANDI LAND IOR SALE.
E. E. TYoyle,
alinesvllle, Florida.


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TE1D DAILY SUN:


GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MAY 1, 903


WIZARD EDISON'S SCHEME.
',t to Produce Billions of Dollars'
Worth of Gold.
I.calgo, A1Ill 30.-A dispatch, to
*'Record Herald from New York.


I Mi- as A. 'l.son has a scheme for
ctg the untold hiliona of ddl-
Sworth of g-ltl thAat lie in the im-
tI sll8e 'ow grade"" quartz beds in
r Calilforn:a, New lMexico, Arizona
Sinorthern %iexi(o. These cannot
4 o e Woi'rlk' i c::u( t::i old- shion.
S.4 placer lo y u sy. .: is lacking
the gold Ivns in t[(o small a quan-
^y ^to the ton t., m:ULc. mining it prof-
itable murder ii .r systems. An air-
blsat is empl. od by M\r. Edison in his
olttion of th, pro:)iern to separate the
ol'd particles troi- the mass.
iThe systeL;i It it c-llime(d, has now
t1ahed a wv rkMig basis. Experi-
2eAtts cu the dte.ert near Santa Fe by
N M. C'i :)-man, one of Mr. Edi-
.S- 5fsstean-rs, have e':ablI Mr11. El-
ion and Mr. Ohap:nain to produce a
thlne which, they declare, will re-
~l 98 per ,ent o' the g'hld from the
tiVel.' In yliydaulic mining It was
thought remarkable if 75 per cent of
pbe gold was w.asl',A1 out.
One man, :t is clainel, can run
scores of s'epPrators. The gravel is
lat: dug ou: of tLi, ground with a
I'tte3Nm shovel.: conv )y(.s then carry It
.)to steves t!,:t ..l'.ate it into pa'ti-
o :..cles of uniform s';:e. :'ac(h separat..r
iis designed to haindil- i.\el of a cer-
!', tain size and Lith(- ;: Cel ig automatic al-
,i;y distributed ( thie hlopiper of its pre'p-
op r machine. '1The ravel falls throo:;.
aL narrow sli. !,oe're a. rotary blowvcr.
t:;Whch drives a full iulast of air aganu:t
thae falling ;;ravol. The gold lheinl;
;t belavier, fall to the bottom of the na-
chine, but all of the lighter gravel
Sialnd sand Is blown into a separate coin.
ipar" rtment.

SIMONSON'S SALVE DID IT.
Effected a Permanent Cure When
Twelve Doctors Had Failed,
B~ B.irliag of London, Miss.,undt r
:date of April21, 1903, writes:
i "Jr.. Simonso), Gainesville, Fla.:
S "Dear Sir I write to express my
deep gratitu e to you, for your won-
derful salve aas cured a sore on lmy
: foot from wl chhI have suffered great-
1i;:':y: orfive ycrs. Twelve doctors have
been working, on the foot during this
; ti me, butfa ed to effect acure. Your
sailve did th4 work in a little while. I
i''c* from tl foot ten pieces of bone,
i.after .the g as had been extracted,
i^ wbheh cause the sore, and now I am
entirely our d and able to walk with-
Sout the aid of crutches. I shall al-
-Wij^ Ways feel the greatest gratitude to-
wards you, nd will always speak a
S good word f r your salve."
F :or sale lt Wallace's City Drug
SStoreGain ville, Fla. dawlino
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CCSSACKS FIRE ON TURK3.
Officer and Six Troopers Slai -Turk.
Ish Troops Fled.
Berlin, April 30.-A dispatch from
St. Petersburg to The Lomax An.
ze!ger says it Is reported from Kars,
Asiatic .Russia, that a squadron of
Turkish cavalry crossed the Russion
frontier 70 vests from Saia-Kamysh,
Trans-Casplan territory, and showed
intention of advancing. A Russian
frontier post gave the alarm to a regi.
mont of Cossacks, which fired on the
Turks, killing an officer and six of
the troopers. The Russians suffered
no loss. The Turks retreated across
the frontier.
Not P Sick Day Since.


"I was taken very sick with kidney j
trouble. I tried all sorts of medicines,
noine of which relieved me. (Onu day I
saw an nd. of your Elecltric .Bitters and
determined to i-r that. After taking -a
few dos-s I fe-lt relieved, and Sioon
thereafter was entirely cured, land have
not seen a sick day sinee. Neighbors of
wine have been cured of Riheumaltisnm,
Nes ralgia, Liver and Kidney trioule t
and I,-ii,ernil Debility." '' lii. is Whliti .1.
F. Baf.s, f tFremont, N. C., write.
Only 50e. at all druggists.
Contract for Canal Let.
Chattanooga, Tenn., April O3.--Cap-
taln Htarden, engineer lit charge of
the Tonnessee river imjupovements has
received a lettcr from the chief of en-
gineers announ;-ing that the contract
for the exntoensiuon of the Muscle Shoals
canal has been awarded to the Sher-j
idan Kirk Contract company, Valley
Head, Ky., for $545.000.
For Those Who Live n Farms.
l)r. lierginii, 1'ar,., Ill,\ rites: "I
have used Iiallaird's Sinow initient;t
always recoiinmend it to my ft ends, as
I am confident there is no better inade.
It is a dandy for burns." Those who
live oil f are especially liable to,
m ,celdental cuts, burns and
e,4. which heeal rapidly when Bal-
,iard's Snow Lininent is sipplied. It.
should always be kept is llI thlO.e for
ease of emergency. 25o, 50) and $1.00
at Johnson Bros.
ieelpssr Sleanling.
"I went to the church fair last night,
and I think I see a uew meaunng in
that old adage now."
"What's tlst ?"
"It's my Idea that none but the brave
have any business there."--Philadel-
phia Press.
A Bore' Tlravels.
Little Reggle-l went way around
the world lnst yenr with my father.
Little Jlinmti' (angid tweiveo-Thnt's
nothln'. I've b'een nround the sun
twelve tihnus now. and I'm on my thir-
teenth trli.-,Syrnieuse lHerald.
lind Been There,
Edith-Oh. Ethel. what shall I do?
Jack snys lie suNiposes It's nil over be-
tweefl us nlid that he'll send my pres-
ents back.
Ethel (experienced)-Tell him to bring


'satIsTr\ct; ., . ; g.. i them.
S e ts f.r i i \'. pro:abl )
be maT-di frI 'nih i n .Jin- Life is not so short but that there Is
Sr. leV. teiiv:w : tretiry-tvIasurrp always time enough for courtesy.-
of the Unti 1 : ..t' ; itevul r r a. raoria- Emerson.
tlon, will t wv sirItsi n--mil con(uiiti ... ..
:to the Fl e: h as..s-:ation to be elth'er
accepted c modillol. The Arnerlcan IW V N at Protect Tour Orange
ire so ea r for the match that many Tes Frm Cold?
ca i4dates or the team are already and another Irutaiand vroetableII rom heat
,rc deing. or cold. at o mall a ooet that the very least
f ruit power or tuoteler can use It as well a
pring Ailments. the roh., al so anmple that a wO ear-old
child can use it and mans wei.. I will demos-
SThere Is aching and tired feeling; r e M Sadr;aplftu :t anehf
the liver, wels and kidneys become seat to my sadtire, by express moiae o~ or. I
will send sample auod uarnteae IUt suceeos or
aggish d inactive, the digestion refuna thenur onev, I want to a get It s e
limited, ith little or no appetite, no people thit are Ineret*al in alsetr own Inte-
utet. headooize b odu of ureed solid obhasbac
ambition f anything, and a feeling wispair tor the savivd ofs one-hal actre *or
i,^*A ifiW l ..,ad mind ree! s three rear, or louer if you y wish. NoptAxon
that ile w le body and mind neels uaed. sate.S ure., 'nmrule d cheap, Trytr
tonig up. The trouble is, that dur- onOe. It ,you IHu t st hut bunw toul eiry-
g p body you ca. I nIot. Ikeep It ut )-ourealf, Ma.
in winter here has been an aceumur- let themittnd out like yoedtL I am. a lree or
liat on f te matter in1 the rsytenm. white be.; aMi notli4fratI fornir y one to s* now
who l iaftan4 all aboat the neow an fHerbinew I remove it, sefiure l to he dl"Coverrt, m"t i, ELt. nd IIos a iwon s
.tlietions right exit, and by its tonic -ou enan-it you want to keep oiff tiusof, woram
d'ltecrt full restore the wasted tisueanl Lt ctasbne il andebb raldra irtly l-oi*ffr r o
ml arket or Your owni. w, LexpTre.< ai'i
and give a engtli in place of weakness. raer ic.o ivenisent; It ot.retlered let0r, to
Il00 t Joh on Bros. It. J. WtILUtAMS, Coasr Kovii. t

CA ." W; A ILACJ E'S,
.,. .... .. i. the -anks .. 1 I)I A(i '. : ,.
lthe m. ELr' ke:-t i. (ork a-CinfDg wor.s oi*
V:,hre ntern l-ona! ,fnsrvetir company Uakes a .ettaly ft
;ftt 3y, "'y have morr than half of
tie plant o on strike." declared s c. Compounding Prescriptions
w3tary yra e, Of the Metal Workers'
as te shou ld be.

A in HesIth. Frwe stark if DRILuI,
[Uealthy ki eys filter the impurities
MTOlEfcT AKTIC1M e St bI and unless they do
tigodb impsinpaible,. Foley's Flll Line Pitrlt Udletdldf
Oiur ke sronnd kkldnes and iose r 54
l l r te all to r i I .....;. .-I.-, .,j"
pli It LtrengtprheM. '
V,*ole ws c Planters and Growers of Long

ipL. H Propeer.,W..
S4 ef Hs, PrA 3 h. Atcplhe 8e-lnd Cotton wi Ai

: New rk. hi, it their interest to coma#ia
to this prt tby thP f t

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MOZIS


TEWO IT EIIXIRT
A Plca- tnt Lemon Tonic
For biliousness, conistipationt anud aplpndicitis, fVr indigestion, sick and
nervous headache. F'or sleelpessness, nervousntiss and heart failure.
For fever, chills, debility and kidney diseases, take Lemon Elixir.
*Dr. Mo.ley's Leinon' Elxir is prepared from the fresh juiu of lomons.oom-
bi'h d within other vegetable liver tOnicts, anti will not fail you in any of the
above-ntlwd diseases. 50 cents and $1.(0 baXttles at druggissa.
Prepared ooni by Dr. H. .Mo ,ley, Atlanta. Ga.

icll~or~ IEO T,


I fully endore io for nerv\,iis ,rostratnion., hliailche,, igiestioa aInd conj-
stiptlioin, having used it with iimost satisfactory results, after all other rouie-
lies had failed. J.W. RO1LLO.
West End, Atlanta, Gin.
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Mo(zlev 's l Ion Hlot Itrops
Suroa all coughs, colds. hronrt wis, sioro throat, broi-chit is, Ihemiorrh.iag.,
and all throat and lung disast.s. Elegant and roliale.
25 cents at druggists. ltrt;pared only by Dr. II. Motnly, Atlanta, G(a.


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PRINTING


PRICES LOWEST

WORK UP TO NOW

IT'S UP TO YOU


The


Sumffler


Young


Dress well and keep cool with
our latest patterns in Negligee
Shirts, 5Snummer Ilosiery, Sutluner
Tiles. and. .... A t a-tt iet-
light weight clothes. no uniatter
what shade, is the thing for this
time of year.

Madras Cloth Shirts $1,


That are really $1.5 good
world over. They are cool
stylish.
Fine Shoes
For nladioi. anmd genta, and p
that catch thll puro. Our (
aro stasonableo


1. M. C ITTYI' Y
The Oitlltters.

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I'STA 8 ISt11E1i)81f

Alahcliua( C0ount



Abstract Ci

B. R. COLSON, Manae
GAINENVILLE, IFLA.


The quimestlon of Title
Ilurt 'opslueraiithl for til
I nvestor...

Abstract of Titl
'To any lpiee eof land
e lichlru, counl'y furnit
fn (lipllc tilh .

TIA X EN lKF'rEl.rlN
,NI PAIIs
Amis ll iatl term U'PIocern
Ingr tlhe- recliemptlon of run
colireltid .tax rertlltleal
LttiUctded to promptly.


Gainesville Machine V
(tENE.IAL MILL A)1i
MACIIIN ItCY RE PAlit
C(an turn andl strmigahton whole
of ihafttng and Pilpw.Cutt
tip t o .1I i :ohtlt

COTTON OIN REPAIRI
A SPEC A LTY
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KODAKIS and

KODAK SUP!I'ES.

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mrttt jI irjtkri VIIr *5t 4 otiker i~!pti<.
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That Charming

Individuality


Is plainly hilow when you eon-
suit us abloul tllose Dress (Goods.
In fact, here you cant master theo
touch of individuality as ILL no
other l hns6.
W-u arce now at th' height of the
season. All the different cloths
for Spring and unmmer wear-the
choicest prevailing fabrics in col-
ors and white goods are hero, re-
vealing the master touch of indi-
viduality which cones from the
personal suggestions and directions
of our buyers,

OUR MILLINERY and
SHOE DEPARTMENTS
Ar, now at their bet, and you
Rhoumil not fail to aeel tlh maniy
liandsoltm patterns now on display.



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r:-.' AIL' .. IOWA WANTS BE$TERMIRAl tHE SEASON 10 HEAVY.
A i rppid-iy.0141,p404^ fron tvertn Oartoa d o Produce Shipped L/ j U, T bJ S ag,4 [
a eoOo a. s Ganeth st~i w omps x of o~up *l Or- Fom Thi. pectlon Wedne day~ bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until th0 unti
Soeoi4ol ssa ta1 4,, r i.r 4e. Thehipent .vegetables fro' secretes enough bile to make the lfntestlnes
__________________ _10______ _a, 17^ p 000o-^ this 40tlo ipppear to hav reached a execute their natural functions. Unnat- W.
o le:A tw'Y. atsor .n4 d 'Fp ';*ia /D noin e eig!tifleas t: nerio .-.even eal loads of 6 ural agitation, caused by cathartics,. ompels
J ,aSSa~ B. azt i 0~1itow 'tzhen1th h.t vegetables were sent from this section continual and increasing doses to
$11 a.o.nd ntain e-o.Qf tlhe sapoak. under refrigeration Wednesday, and attan the results.
O OI'ICE: S, I*,, : maoz eo '~,%1414' thO *inp40 saoe of t e every day the shippers are loading
W a a gathe Arno the eakers were products for refrigeation, regardless actsnthe
a.r avp tb reide Moore ad, Secretary Rieh- of the"large shipments being made by liver cures Chli:
4 Mondev, 4evtra'o b r in te pity', atd# of th# $at1ou4a Goo4 14s As' express.'
y 70 eo P 0t .ts 8* Lon Mr' M. 0- El:ridge Of tie The prineTpal movements at present t a al, Bilious, Remtting an efr

io to the que ofa et a ar s returns For Sale by Johnson Bros.. -ofinevile
v6 : : eot ,he Danly which are bringing good prices in the FTo-SinL innthe,


n -e--At.on . Nattotal aid whiph proved t be the concerned, and it is understood that
S'e-sWee Sun I etae popl r .idea. presented to the the growers have decided to cut this r rETT
:oa e._aubliahed every M pi convention" ,p. N ra- uctout Q their daily way bills. D M 0 r F I
'iw f iie wek, loot. state anda' i-' A ipe iUnent organisation was form- There appearsr-to have been an un-
t it.nd wil be'wled, Ipostage free, to any ed Ard-five delegates fromeach Qon- usually large acrenge in cabbage
0 pft the UniteeStates oorrras. oro S.Ogregseit|ardstrict were selected to at- throughoutt the section, and this, to-
ai n advance. ', tentd the Natiaonal Good Roads Conp- gather with the poor prices which have
l si ls become due after arsbi 'vestlpp at St. Louis, The resolutions been brought, seems io have had an in- (TE ETHIu NG POW DERdSt)
i ptitance dofa lovdieeeuraee wetoe wthate
Vara0oe of advAer Puisehentnlers ow tie .1 op.ed favor Nationat aid ico-opera- clination to discourage those who ure holera.lnfantum. Dlarrhoea.D senteryandtheBowel Troubles o
iatedrirn cenrito at known to Areotsn eii laedevy. Aids Digestion. iegdulates te Bowels, Stren then. the Childi
S be uired to pa t n fr t a tio thtae, coutle and munei-planted heavily. G As t and Sores. o es a ns
a e. "Addrese. T A U4Ya LN. p altIen a general scheme for road The cantaloupe season will open nnd prevents Worms. TEETHiNA Counteracts and overcomes the t etrfm -
...m'e heat upon "reethni Children, and costs only 25e
$Gnda. A'. i eetW, and lowa's senators and about the 25th inst., and considering 'a 5 dents tC. u. J. MO i d"T. Da t. lo. cents at ruggists, or I
a id 'lps ties in Congress are re- that thie aOreage is large and prolific, ab ..e .. 1 .'
iiTj e london taior( have eored neaitd to work for sueh a law, extensive shipments of this delicious i
tt mnimuetw, orses. ha otharguments advanced in melo are anticipated. F lo rid a E as C oast
it4 thi. w.l.pn tat fo rhe t tt w o sveOb, n the Nati onal aid plan is that 0 d.
Sp of Chicago's woman paper t Wl tend to equalize the dlstribu-
.-oe- .-wih. 'p. t.'of the funds appropriated by "U ..w '
i~ .e Json the fir negro wo. Co$ res., It. I pointed out that, Bitousnes., sour stomach, conatlpa- LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect April I, 1903.
A iho vor received a etflate wh telgea p ort o Thereve ol- tion i all liver Ills are cured by UT ND-READ DOWN. NORTBOUND-EAD UP.
j i tbo State, Jloard of Pharmsac, leoted by the Federal government Ho o Pi .5- ,- S.,O ,,o 78.
P ised the examination recently. come directly or indirectly from the The non-Irritating cathartic. Price Ia atly. STATIONS.Da' lbs .. '.
4%r....... ,"- t .. )X a faiaming population, only avery small d2 cents of all dru gists or by maon of_______D py Dh Dtael
'" .e is h. ti" e year whe". : per cent of the appropriatione are O.1. Hood& Co., .[,Well, Ma.i. Sap 9 40a Lv ..... -k....onvive....Ar 7 I5a 7 p
e tht the ente gentlean pet n the rural districts. The a ..................oa ol...........
b efo d the germ e t o .(Main .er u4 d-QCuesK o.I...olonalhandfunds Gr build. ." .E s.... ..........
i Up d-indepropertox~in, ing .and Improving highways would ,re- o i 1 p Ar ...... .... Palaka........... ... Lv 4 a 5. ,
:lieve" ..--.- . IeeCthis injustice to sone extent, and c P 1115" L .. ....p k........... Ar 2a 5 ,
.... ...C snai l ...... .................a. P. k ...................oui

l8 it ee .l ank absolute preventative would tend to itlmulate the farmers' e- t t.. ar a .... is. te l.ed.. . o. a
Smaipox. o on s In e leat interest pblia rs more than l-. ............ eo ... -
pt ldte i odang "ofoatlig itoi nothing the. government could s : :::: ................ nn ..................
Swh eat little iettoe.e.eryday. do.r N p :::p.................: ..... ..............
-. .... Am object-lesson road Is now under U0NEY sURE Is , ................r. O .................. o -rr
The largest plarnt 'sellCenterIn iutonUU'It p 8... . 1 p 0e
the Wrld i ttt Utah Lake I Geage county, Ohio, and a very -
I ooooo s o ter a stulroad convention has Just been : is -. .
orto I.rrigating the Great l Lake as e.... ............ R.......ck A e .......................
e f. part e, wnt of Agrriculure, and other edt phyIa a th ist .... . t. re'................. i .
A I h central hranO of the Young w speakers of local prointe e. There d..ney sanrd Bladdec c, sti s .. LC TI CARD o. 48. I nEff c a A
Alo th largestlaetootatiod in the it d Ient throughout Nor g thern Ohio. The :::.
$t --, the total: t membei:hip being clvela nd Lr e ader it ii as report of thr. a .t-l b a t a:-.......... a,7no r. 'g ..... .. 7 7 -
I :onvention say o Ba a 19 ................... .: .era e ..P.... ,p
"hA fatr ranmh : e tos e aturer o o e me n wa there a :: ::: ..................D .......................: A
I f tyou have the lawn mower over. fact that a line of t our telephones were Aty t,. A 1" S 7
a Ted and sharpened xnow you will so arranged Pin front of the speakers L -ES I O I
prably avoid saying a goodU many that all persons in all towns in Nortlh- .il, ruggistsor bml
things thatit o well or ou o sa er Ohiot, alevelanLd aund Ptts-bur, A .. SANFOD BIANCH. OAN T..............
A^k0.... ... th,,,. A 0trc The
T f only way to ot rid of evils with. Ac trdi n to tlhe m eInt.rstate . ..om- ...- ., . I s 3p o n yrn,



Sand without oui'selves is slowly and meree Commission the wages paid to ':' I ......... ...... 5 uA p v ,. Ari
Sp atiently to adm nit that they exist and cheaper classes of railway employon or tha Ii a r I n 1 I r ........M. AAf........ 1 0, i' OQ R II L.AA::' S. 'i .T L '1' 0
then tackle thim one by one until are lower than they were in 189 and No 9 ioI "
they die. 1893, notwithstanding the widely ad- .poo... . S. Patent Office n tly Ay 'AYOT BnRraANCH. N .S N o2 A
vertised ireapes reoit.y granted by WASHNGTON D. C. . r- ay.
" '* The recent alunt in stock values sieme comi pantes. ^ j o 8 v, .. 8o.jl p. l... ... -.-;-. TS 80 p .
P i nga with It the suggestion that lee- . ....... ............AtI A P ... .........,- 1r 4 7 j;


not weigh more than a'ew ounces, tro. e ' r..
po nHaving mad one bautiful spetao- st- GUARANTEE and TRUST K EPV W PST AN D a AVA NA
alar *strlket a hie trust thee Attorney e It ia estimated that the number oful I.... I V ...... .... /.V. ., ..
neral will carefully refraln frbm fol" iibles issued last year from all the COMPANY PEN8ULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT *g.
lqwing up his advantage for fear it printing presses was over 7,800,000 Iin Etot April 1% 1903.
way injure the ricends of the party In copies. Bible study is Increasing. Will stop your rent and buy SOUTH sOtims. T)f o ioN
SWall street. '_ .::0 you -1a home. For information LY w u hur;; a:................ ..S.ona.' T.va I.,".
SState of Ohio ty of Toledo, t i.Thr....... rn..nd .... T.... . ....






,t..And now. Mttyor Johnsot's e Stat re .oer. th.ounthy. A d.n 1 .. ...-..---..-.. o 191 .................... ................ ...............
Sauditor threatens tor ses the rail- 'rankA J. Obeneymakes oath that oho GE W. MV0ERS, 8r ..ow m. c..am r orn orr,. ao. ..' 8
eoad property of Marous Al Hanus i4 faienior partner of'the tirm of F. J. D. ARI Aswt. e. Pa.. Ag. tH i ST. UST .A
Ohiso on the same batis as private prop- heney & Co., doing business in the teaUvlle, Fla. ....
Teriy eOlhaosed. Truly, the way of the Ottyol Toledo, outy and State aeforCPCNe---- -----L-------HPCNE CTIN"""" T A.



Senator is hard. said, and that said )irm will pay Onea r- __ e Ar [_ 90 "\
y4 I t e hundred Dollar41s for each and evrry I 1A TiT a1d i rl '
c hrl tla A s oci tiotohic g, W ,, 0,a 611.,.. ... ... ... ..TobeS oun .. ... ... ... ...


1' .. Andreow. arngie's offer to pay the case aof Oarrh that camnot bo cured 'y 1LIJkJ'Jli I113
Expenses of thlie Cornell College boys by the use of Hall's (OItarrh'Curo. 3
A A Who Buffered from, typhoid fever must Fii K' CnkRv.
not be taken ats an indication that he Sworn to before me and subwcribd J ackso ril e's Finest
will help out, any students who yield to in my presence, this Jifth day of l
;the induceinwtls of "spring feverr" .co mber,. A.."D. 1S,3, w- . .,,.-, And
There are still rw democrats who FLORIDA'S LARGEST AND
S believe that a lem'cratic tarit revi- lat' Catrrh Cure is taken intern- BEST YEAR-ROUND HOTEL
alo *n would .meanu the removal of the ally, amid aots directly on thel blood and IlilHOE
tariff in so farit s possible from OODGE & CULLENS, Owners and Proprieto 1
ood produced in this country and-: It' f v & Co.. Too; .. --
Stransifer to goods which were bound to Sold by all rtists, ........
be imported. In other words, a tariff Htlas Family VilitU are the best. h'eaa'A-B.Il9 e ..
detigned_,to produce the ne ucsary to
y**inue with the minimum of protec- Have youa scrap bI ok? It Im ysto
tl9n.:_________- .tmetl "he t rad 'H.F. DUTTON& 0.
S ^ *, -':: :, 1. -' .. thhxtg thAtesuits yott or Ia*uabte I I %^..
AI IN wI-l1 be observed that the South Altorwation, cut it out tid preserve OTTO NDEPARTMENT.
6e' w rt'h' i..e ... ...sp et. PUR IE II GAINESVILLE. t- FLOR A
.". now, .a l l to to :a .tet*W pe et O d A o. .C -;. :
A HAI A h S"l4he :- Aj4,t o 6A Lsat. WT W Ulst










THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA, MAY 1,1903


46WAN 'CHEER PRESIDENT. RA!SER'3 VISIT TO R
VIOIT T!


S eI" elt and His Party Given Ova.
: tion at Keokuk.
-luk, Io wa, April 30.--lhe presi-
A B Iowa at 9 oSclock this morn-
'.'^er. the Burlington, en route to
'I n it ld St. Louis. At the sta-
.In this city GovCrnor Cummins,
I.i 5Bbade him goodby and Gov-
Si'Dockery, of Missouri, welcomed
ato the state of Missouri. The
ity. arrive at 8:30 over the Rock
Wand 'road from Ottumwa, arid was
': by the reception committee-cou-'
i lt g of city oflicials and promiinnt
tiz.ens, who escorted them to their
44rinages.
: E]Bcorted by the Old Fiftieth band
'lM'.r x companies of national guard,
llthe procession moved along Main
street, which was lavishly decoratted
vwith flags and banners, and thronged
:lwth fully 30,000 peo ple. At Rani
pairlwt-i:he president, standiing n the pit
tai:j' & Datural amphitheater, made a I10.
i'i: u ;iute speeh, which was heartily ap.
$l's.auded.
'Thie grave of the Indian chief, Keo-
jik:' k-, from whom this city gets its
SI:i nae is located here an.l the carriages
we::: ere halted for a few minutes beside
his monument. The party was then
::.dirlvep bacl. to the train and depart-
4'i d southward at 10 o'clock.
1'":' The president while here was given
Sitninature ac simile of the first Amer-
ican flag, as made by Betsy Ross. This
;bianiner was of silk, and was made by
i.MrsI Rache( Albright, of Fort Madison,
Sow, .who Is the 91-year-old grand.
i: ughter ol Betsy Ross,
The Wastes of the Body.
] Every sewn Jays the blood, muscles
ai :nd bones c a man of average size
'lose two pounds of wornout tissue.
SThis waste cannot be replenished and
: the health qid strength kept up with-
S';iout porfec digestion. When the
s .tomach ard digestive organs fail to
perform thtir functions, the strength
lets down, health gives way, and dis-
ease sets Ip. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Enables thtistomnach and digestive or-


gansto didst ana assimilate all or the ty, last !my. ieon wa i hcat'ng his
wholesome food that may be eaten horse when Jim asked him to stop.
into the kil of blood that rebuilds the L,oon refu.i-ed to do so. but continued
tissues and protects the health and beating the animal when Jirm struck
Strength the mind and body. Ko- w a e
dol cures 'indigestion, dyspepsia and him In the hewl .
;all stomaot troubles. It is an ideal Leon Little's skull was crushed, and
s spring ton Sold by Bodiford & Mc- he died a frew days later. Jim has
; ollum. been In jail for nearly a year and has
b-------- ecome almost blind.
IRnEl ON FROM AMBUSH.
\.n.. .The X-Rays.
SUnknown parties Take Revenge on a Recent experiments, by practical
Kentucky Sheriff. tests and examination with the aid of
Knoxvila. Tenn., A\pril 30.-A spe. the X-Rays, establish as a fact that
Sclal to Th Sentinaol from l\ M dlsbbro, catarrh of the stomach is not a disease
Ky., says:. of itself, but that it results from re-
Deputy ihclift .if,.n .Jc'hson was peated attacks of indigestion. '"How
fired on f4 m ambush. fromr t),h moun. Can I Cure My Indigeation?" Kodol
tains bet. 4on here and .t Mingo iHoe D)yspepsia Cure is crying thousands.
lw last i~ht aniii \\s Iadly wound. It will cure you of i ,liRiestion an(d dys-
ed. Johi on nided in tihe ai rcst of ppsia, and prevent or i ire n at rrl of
eight mn tain royal mini'rs Sinday, th-l stomachli. Koderl di i lgis what yon
-and It ls ioi:Ih> t pj ',, leI that their y l difor stomach t. .lh .d
iTlends wre in 'n'.- ,I arid tried to get
revenge. Army of Coolie Lahorers.
S Levi Mttih ,vws, !'ho it is believed, o i .
Swas imnphatd in th., shooting and t an Ir'anchao, A!ril :o.--Fnh a 1-
for whos arris, a .:' rant has been vance guard of an arity of Chifnee
S Iort o l be In hiding coolle laborers, w1ho wll! bl employed
n:er' neMidlI,'; In the hemp fl near ?lrlleslvero.'
Si__________ -lved here from the Orient, en route
Ctes When Doctors Fail. to Salina Cruz. The coo(lles number
SMrs. Frtik Chiassori, Patterson, La., 57, but 25,000 are soon to follow. The
Writes Jue Hth, 1901: "I had malaria Chlnes are under. the tumediate
',ve f charge of John T. Meyers,, a hemp
f;ver in fery bad form, was under grower of Merida, Mexlco.
i teartmenby doctors, but as soon as I
1 stopped taking their medicine the fever World Wide Reputation.
; wouldd riern. I used a sample b ttle White's Cream Vermiftige has
Of HIerbin, found it helped me. Then achieved a world wide reputation as
bought u bttlesl gwhh complext el being the best of all worm destroyers,
urnishi suc a splendid medicine, and for its tonic influence on weak and
:and can honestly recommend it to unthrifty children, a it neutralizesthe
ibhme suf ing from malaria, as it will acidity or sourness of the stomach, iwn-
S- aurely ea them." Ierbine, 00 bot- proves their digestioih, and asrimila-
le at Jolon Bros. tion of fo d, strengthens their nervous
NCV system and restore* therm to tLim
c "" " V(,ANIC EXPLOSION. pi'ton, and reatoe thei to t.s*
SEXPLOSION. health, vigor and elsaticitj of spirits
-ntural to childlhood. 2c Ott Johnsornt
sv8enty.I- e People Reported Killed ura to childho at John
"ar Frank, N. W. T. ,
Vs' r. r. C., April ro.--A vol. "Fighting Bob's" daughter to Wed.
ei::. eVdcton near the town o0f 1 catrton. April .30,.-n thu, Inlgl h
M' gle,;iW T., on the line the the, a at Toklo. Jatmn. Mis Vir.
T on the, line Of thl
Tnia Fv^, (,bd.Itter of Rear AA.
Ps r.alWs l Pass railway oCcurrOd gIntral varb T1, i.her of Rar A.
Y: be married today to Harold thgalls
S r_. .rp) killed. e wl., _o nts ilty. The "remaoty

:: a Cat Scratch I wll beI perforaeul by the 1iafllsh Bslh.
e ar p orf T"rkr,. and airyr McDnnald, tite
LP. On the i. to th, w-)rit sort 1`4 ,f a ,te ltrhtillh dnlstt Ja.pan.
: .:tturtr, so; o r boil, De Wi*tt V With ha, off:ed the Britih legalou for tL
l .:zel al 's a ituitok cure. In bliuiy rec-t!on,


Trn!,-s Wit ; Him Tain Load of Hcrses
r;fc C aCchec.
Sl. n. A;r: tl tra-;a loa of
F7:, ,i-or V 'll:a.,-i hoers anl e:'!ip
ges ; I t h:: '. f-o'r Ron to ay, so that
the a: Io: ,v.- .: al'ing on the po.p
rad t 's a ci-:-ia(e of K11ing Vi-
to EiDi:ao:,.ii 1. vxhos e lI've: ies havo
i:it :et l ' : s n out'.-ido the
apni! p,.',',::. ; A. A.' the onem eror ha
to so! w-:; i el;,. V:l rIoe, he conciud.
el to sen t ;, v.-ith eight coach
h coac:hinanl. r' ,;; : tnd hcs-tlets.
The11 store' 1i.it I 't.,, p r I-t is not
gonl' ti Roltn:, with his mnajes'y be-
cau-re i. r at killing to call on
the P ol 0' :;i c,'(o: rt otf hir strong
Plotl's!t;ant hlite'f, is consid eried to be
of sull!nl( t La-ll' il'tie to Ir'ilre an
authoritative l denial This has been -
given out anll cites the fact tlat the
emnrpriss called on the pope during her
former visit to Rome and that her
fractured arm is really the cause of
her staying at home.

A Little Early Riser
Now and then nt bedtime will cure
constipation, b iliousness and liver
troubles. DeWitt's Little Early
Risers are the famous little pills that
cure by arousing tlhe secretions, mov-
ing the bowel] gently, yet effectually,
and giving such tone and strength to
the glands of the stomach and liver
that the cause of the trouble is re-
moved entirely, and if their use is con-
tinued for a few days, there will be no
return of the complaint. Sold by
Bodiford & McCollum.
FOUR YEARS FOR FRATRICIDE.

Jim Little sentenced at Waycross for
KilliHg HIs Rrc.ter.
WVaycress, (Ca., A ril 3a.-- In WVare
su:.; lor -olrt Jiithe'.t i-'. r'i r j& di.
reacted a verdict of voluntary man-
slinu.lihter In tt!1 mliurder ca( so of Jtim
Little and it;i;"-sd a s.5ilt'onte of fIur
years in the peionlt:tt'hry.
J.1tp killed his hiroth'r, Lecon, with a
-rtnce rail near hiitkley, len this coun-


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Dopont |n sI V th 'Ms14 \ p1f" r
North : East rs J"nr s 0th Wsest "
acl u vtl e JsokwA vn m11Ol .v';l lu M nr,/ rr

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lTimt Tabh! I it, ffl t A.pri l',, t190.
Depart For A INENVY'I .lf A rrivf Prrnm
12:W inm Hi Bpirng, N.-wh-rry and listr-- I i, i,
I. daily 't mutiimt, I'',i (i t I-
12:37 pm <><,..::ta. i -.sikurg ,l '(I :'.u ii ,s l .;', I > i
Iaily I nti, mrdPinaty to i it.i y
I:) p n t'tltlarl ka, [tay l *usn. ,- ?I S i;-at i p rr
I:> ily .. $ orth, 1, a.t I...... -'. t, "


Wt.cH1 a. b ari to A Runaway Bucyc.e -axly North, .aFt W, /mly ,*
D'"*tft3t -Wl-. tht- ie tfjc salve that' -
' s th | lea-ring a ar. A iP."- T .rtiti t *.d )ih -i t8ly toLt rn th
* fIt f fo rbl, bleed-int. itchi nti any. ir, f. 1 $. Oe,.}, i'i;- a.kit.in ro 1*. -* (, al, J4 hrppy '
Prot rV4 i yx s. c ydbyB,.,jlford,
i':c. ~i by B ?Viford t& 1i wloipn ,i -r t. ,t w m lrorr r iacry ,n, aily
. yi din to, d,,',r~ a.nd! rtemedit fior ..
T i~ ih Engage I urgenUt6. four r y-Lar4. T n .ir-ikl#t ArrIdrt 7: ) pm m i n.I 4 | ,
Viu ., .30.--T~llerame w ec tar- a.lr er-u -. 0t'a j-.ar s ,mS ftt bisrn, lt Sprin e
q44 Stte rm ta. alar Dal 'st alde, skimn lE't ll ar thE. il JiE
a er fight btwa.n Turklsh a.si lldrug t s "
aj l g a of1 itttalrgen ts i Notice. -~fu- *rte)irehltete M -, Titek)4., &xo4 .e( r 4I t-O ies4 of 00o mo. ls0 prit'
r Hmu- the huf No.r.at sfhl :aslyrio rlH# er atrI ae oe y I aI 1 pal QgrtB,

SteS: ta AD I) 0 of th ( .-a -o, Xe;4 also via A1i)t Cas U a4 ^there a? ; ; ;Lti,
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D. Kir I land,
< lU to 41l t .htitn *t.,
HA VANNAl, I (..ORO1 OA


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Or AllIl tlrit161n 4. -

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11c' brlcvw that if <' 't/ nin itn G(,iN' r'ille' ef f'(,i/ m" n" in Grilnli knii, 41 7osifmf'c fb,'.i e l tio t hi t c.*lte h-that
eorvi (n ifn G(i'aiii ri' i e' n, f ( oi e straightf fi i tia or / Ilhi's clothing.
1 ('Ph iecek t 'c iil j 'l.' i l // (wiltl/((aini ni, thi.s niif l 't. This













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4f, i88l0 i :' v i
pproVAl Ot 0Vono.

~Wit MpASLiRES PREONTE
senatee arind .Houe ; : Upon Va ;


S(i ls, tVlavy tf Wch Wpre
14P 04 aoh Sepad Radingsinn a






Srcep e? t ate .t adaaptn a.
,t iDt4ty 4de1and to rovJl
s, -ai for yOtlother purposei
~Yp.e byp Snator Butlr in th
np WeIesda- morning an O t tre;
fr| raernwiments whr. e plnarned oth

nes tifu;iwddd io the. Weigh
ars uneet ltone, tweitysfeur vot-r
fhe senate soasure. There was o f
,th n who evber, the senators bea
(@' it ilh r with the sen visies of th'









.):rA W tdh milt proie pay e a h V
Ii by Mr, Gibbons,' and .hlh
44:h Sen that brandcih last 'weo. Ast
the, teilgan .be enrolledd et will
g y the Goveoor, after

W, to A epeal chapter: 4"9. of the
R k er ein, eiantor anr ko to oer
,'i i, Oet'0ar lrt i a h for the


y fon smid pourt, app;oved Mayn
l ,l:ii stalled u-2 0e dto.r
i e p aned passe by a b vo



Sh tteer Scotta--A joitoat reso ti- h
]erk ofth H of alertoie p.tn











.,.,:atEa to homestead eeiptr tion. Te
4was :b .a d or toeg pr4 ssed o tr
'' evi d ce of hti le; hasohooa b

s:.tai tpl tiro te haed 4bor malo tAs.











4mor4 l ten, at wseredpine
'ii: ed sbeetin s of artIhepd 8 of the
18 ti *elaing to day ola nty o, .

Sw Senator Qarsol 4-->akhig an an-

i voel th e yoFlorlsa t
.}InI t0 Senator te oellc-to prowi de bfor-
eroEids 5sl'vetoe by publication.
y senator BroWn-o require rail-
rowd companies and other carriers to1

appliances t o hle add to the we[gilht
of cars necessary for tho safe carriage

the SeOnate considered a bill to fix
the pay of members, officers and at-
te es of the present Legisar this
I orl g. 'The bill provides Pay. nsi
aollwer Members, $8 a day and mile -
*ge of 10 cents each way; secretary of.
the Senate and chief olerk' of the
goseo, sergeant-at-armns, measengerp,
Sdoorkeepers, janitors, and all Clerks
d secretaries lcted : b the .Senat
and Hoyuse, $6 per day; asonant ot sailr
1' *Atol lri, $2.50 per day; ohaplai ,'s $100.
phe secretary of the Senate 'and hist


extra to complete their work. 'The
bill was ordered engrossed for its third
read n dg.
The comprehensive high-school bill

Tihis ill wa pino bill id i the Times-


In the House thne following ew bills
reintroduced:
i B use 6pain dayus PasMn'o--Pro-


poslng an amendment to section 8 of
aticrolae 16. Constitution of Florida.
,.By Mr. Rivers of Alaohua--Toamend
nation 23 of aU act relative to the :1-
gal quallflicatioiso of electors.
l:By Mr. You of Calhouni-Empower-
in th.e Boards of County Commts-
'll aonnrs to make rules and regulations,
i bor oatohing fish in the fresh water of
the $tat ,
s By :Mr. Gornto of Bradford-To .or-
gapl county courts in aoch county
Spresorlbe jurisdictio.
SlMr KXing of Dade--Relative to
~ %h1nii parity of Miami, and to Is.

rawfrd'of Orange--Togrant
Sof Qrlado one-hal of ttte
onintyi for street and road


.* : .
i^ Veanflg ferfn Vorcii( the '^Isateaiintimate friendship with
S;oie aitea. IMotley, the historian, Is Well wnown,
By 1)r~u Wall fe ," n- kin waa also particularly attache to
Geoge Bancrot, so- that when it b*-
ootain sptorip ns ft *ilie Uive r*. a a question of Bancroft be.ngl r
plty of Flqrifa .^ Iake C4ty.^ This bit{ caled firow his post of Uiited States
et;weet fortner 5ier ;t n': the 8 cially to his friend MIotley antl begged
remain.
Perr centiib bondL'.' M~.'M Wall~t h Il.slo- bim to inte Iimede with the resident toh
introduced abii aking ppo to remain, and m ghe did
ioof $2,,000 for 'the universityy gm- "ma. tol t H
m .)#m .. .. ... B k told me that when Gener.
.i"m a Grant :"ae, tO Berlin.ha iccompa-
* By r. foplski of Leon-To po'r nied hin to see one of the reviews at
,asgnmfamis; o( error in certain the Tempeln feiPr fold. Grant was not
o^u:es at ltw ;" at ol aQenad 5eoti o l Well that day, and they had to drivJe
28$i^, e.Bvisled $(atutee r also to re- out in a closed carriage. Grant looked.
qirthe *prein T r co.ut to tryand do. downcast and told Bismarck that it
Olideea brughi before it wlih:i;h he worried him to think that he was to
beei tried z Uirit o d rt.: meet the Prussian soldiers sitting cud-
t 'iai Johnst 's ill akig tiled up Ina carriage like any ordinary
teachers'. summer training. schoolre )a t,' ...iear k said. 'You may sit
I'l usory alnd nakin apliropritiious here hiddenn from ie Out ray sol-i
0isgf t apased Wb.- --- t aretwell aware what sort of fight-
STh house : also passed Mr r ivrtves' ilg man is In this closed carriage.n "
fl,,:illtopridei for the cmpenestion
of the treasurers of' thl county school A. m:pir.be Imlpehed.
al ;.o. Tihetparable ot the wilse man who
2wo: measures, introduced by1 Mr, buit his rouse upon a rock and Ot the
G os of D>uval, wemire passed and other o built on the Sands was
:erflf:td o thte enat e 0sis a it u 1 tteed before the "house with modern
^rtLlled to thesnt eQe ta a 1n1 improvements" had rmade Its appear.
ast the 0compeiisation of the judge mai~e, or modern sanitary science rad
f:hsQcunh ty,courtinuounties where been evolved, A rock foundation is un-
the pophlatoni e: cecd .25,0 and in. impeacbhable for stability, but It may
hibithig: s uh judge from prlactcing be very bad when it comes to a matter
qlaw, ild the oL.thr s a bil to organize .of drainage, whether it be for'tbh dis-
tand tablislh a county court in Datval, poml of sewage or of surfaceor ground
and b m water. A cellar excavated in the rock
pr..e-s-cle e .iis usually a wet cellar, because the wa-
.. ., -ter leeches "through the crevices and
: .ewl a Iri m Alour.. seams In the rock, and it is both difl-
"iThen there its such a thing aa heart mult and expensive to trench and drain
allure, ti. tlere.: detil or' said the properly about the walls of a building
ebandsome yeot w4o'W. In a medium so hard to excavate. To
~"ertilrly:, mdami," responded the be sure, if the rock drops away quick-
bashItul youn.Sg physiitn, Tid rec- ly on a sharp grade this difficulty may
pord~ of tle prtfis^lo 1 re ful| of"- be altogether a minor one. A good
a perfectl unn eessary sase, gravel soil ls one of the best to build
i^tedtrtg .upo n in respect both to drainage and
:n this hint he spakle,(-SUhinai o Trib, to the stability of the house, and coM-
a e. .act aUd n l _. ot subject to the action
of running water, is a most excellent
.' fOundatlon and a thoroughly good me-
S-, dium.-Cosmnopolitan Magazine.
d Short and d Ion nCourthiD.
SYonn adlea in Russia are not at all
.L a averse to Ilong engagements and use
......f lall soutp.f artifces .to stave ofo the
iAn Absolute Necessity 14 r ue.. ..
sAh weddliyday a. long as possible, While
in SlaAm,. n where ohd maids are unknown,
as all girls marry, the recognized
In M n length of an engagement is one month.
"a .-,.... ,eIf an engaged man in the Argentine
S Republic dallies beyond a reasonable
A M ,M time in leading his fiancee to the altar,
A 0S0 e iisws ,he is heavily fined, and if a resident of
the republic should tail to marry he is
A' ":' taxed until he reaches the age of
.eighty. In no country n the world are
".. courtships so abnormally long as In Bo-
rh. uih jl .U lallal tlbrV hdemhntd, where engagements commonly
wi: h. ~hrL ; il t rgnieofdriag, hthr tbe frth lX


uur mIUU RjKiI UUU r, vjnul,
Will Help You Do It.

THE WAY IT ACTS ON A DE-
PLETED CONSTITUTION IS
SIMPLY MARVELOUS.

Are you getting thin? If you are
you had better watch yourself. Take
Vitol. It will build you up quickly
ndrusrely.
A healthy man does not vry7 musb
trom year to.0year in his welht
Thia .ciM It abould be.. VlYol enddlebe
thie organs of the body o renew sles*.
muscle tissue, bone es uoture, anid at
tends to purifying the great Tavi ounr-
rent of the human system, the blood.
V nol eontilns the active eouatTie
propertiCe of Cod-Liver 1il in a highly
conrentrated state, asti is the most
wonderful tonio that we have ever bad
an thing to do with. I
nol aots upon the stomach in- i
beneficial way, enbjinff It 'o o btan
for itself the o eoessary' in.redujmi tsn
. buildup the porc healthy body anud n-
creI4ee !the wellht, T.
Mr. iH. M, Stufell, who is a iwe-
k inown passenger tralnmab on the
Bostton and. Maite Railroad, aufeed
sa many railroad men do* with kidney
and other trouble. He writes as ol
low: .
." y i dneay trouble me a r
deal, my bowela were very Irregiraar, I
bad treatditreas in 0my stomachdar-
fered with billous headihe had I to
appetite, oould not sleep niffhta, ind
wu loainff: flesh rapidly. I began to
take Vit, Im now oat my third bot-
Ut, and It I doa wwodeo lor mu.
My kidney are better my boweli a
again regular1 .nay stomach nolier
utroiblea e, a4n aid as for appetite* don't, peak of
X sleep ir. a top and have V
thirteen ounds. You can to
stes always to recomind Vthol sW the
kung of meI6 1 r ": ,.
"With n ya such t st*llonlv$ S"
the iaoe Oi t b .ir It 514O4
sting tlat w ea.rs Vinol s
strm gly as We to. We tasttt
ag t r ta~t .w
by",
V="=.~


last from fifteen to twenty years. In
fact, there recently died at the ago of
nlnety-nine an old man who bhad been
courting for seventy-five years and who
was married on his deathbed.
A Marbl* Slab.
A writer in London Nature describes
a white marble slab 2 inches thick and
85 by 70 inches, which is supported on
stone posts and saga In the middle
three inches out of level. It furnishes
evidence that marble to in reality a
fluid of enormous- viscosity. This has
some bearing on the question of the
frigidity of the rocks. composing the
crust of the earth and the gradual ad-
justment of the earth's contour under
gravity. The slab was placed in its
present position in 1853.
neason n tInlowlyr Ilatas.
Beea know the time of day. Experl-
menters who feed them at a certain
tine each day find that they make no
mistake In the hour.
The pigeons of St. Mark's, Venice,
con teHll tourultas wlvo feed them as a
atmttOr oft duty, from natl ves who do
rort. tlow? Bly their loitering? By
thictr rtled guildbooks?
Anwrnitn hortSes driven without
"blitUdrs" aret sald to be less liable to
fright than ftglishl horses which are
!mtAlte tro wear them.
New Imnoposition.
tr,'i:- -\utIrs n ha bten looking
l 4retiY ,t ausine tis daughter got war-
rt .~c;rrli- \~YI Y'ou s .e, he had no
Bsonotlr got l ltS tim-a iter off his hands
thell tio flonlt It wouhl Ihae to put
l-.r t:,!';l4'el o;i lis tet.-Towu and

T*rokse ai Cios Word.
Ile afterr umrrin~e>-'uWhatt You
have .tu fortune? You sald over and
over again tlt you were afraid some
one wouhl marry you or your money.
Sh .- YiV; at;dl you ttld over and over
"alInn thltt' you woult !w happy with
me it I hadn't a cnut Wielt I haven't
d cent.

Sqdustry tis the? fltoe aittoo a c:very-
wortyyv I rot


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THE FRUIT & VEGETABLE ROUTE
S. OF FLORIDA.


No. 6.
Daily.
Sunday

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7 45
7 55
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8 (i5
8 .10
8 15
8 1)
8 88
8 45
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8 &5
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7 10 7 10
7 18 7 17
7 80 Ar 7 85
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7 25 a 8 10 p
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I........ Roky Point.......... .
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.........Bllamy.... .... 9 45
.............. vril..... .... 8 80
........ ... Graham ....... 8 22
....ampon COity .... 8 10
...l'Ake Butler, 8. S& F. 7 40
..Jaoksonville, .1. & 8 r 00 p
...Lake City, G 8. 8& F... 7 25 p
.....Talluhaimee, P.C.P... 1 43 p
.... Valdosta, 4, F... 6 20 p
..... aCon, G. & F..... 1 80 a
........ Atlant, C. ao G! ..... 8 00 a
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Trains 3 and 4 will not run between Gainesville and Fairfield oi Sundays
L. E. BARKER, General Superintendent.
J, F. HILL, Agent. JAS. M. GRAHAM. President.



lHane Brothers' Cash Mlail Order ouse,

Wholesale Liquor Dealers.



Bottlers of Wm. J. Lemp Brewing Company's St Louis
Beor. Key Trade Our Specialty. Prices
on Application.
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Retailers and Jobl)ers in


Staple and Fancy Groceres,
Grain, Garden Seed and Fertilizers.
SOUTH SIDE SQUARE. : GAINESVILLE. F ORIDA
Highest market price paid for Chickens. Eggs and other Prtduco

-A Complete stock of Hay, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Meal, Cotton Se Meal
and Rye. We handle only the VERY BEST goods at the LO
EST PRICES, and guarantee satisfaction always.


VBUMBAND B. F. JORDA
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SPQftTER BLOCK GAINESILLE

MetabklolsAaed 1 87F3

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Do a general bankltt buuine, buy sn leUl Forc O n and r.)mnt!o Rxchanen
Thea soounot of bank bankera cortoratt~on. ra nero, metrebwnt'a nd other
a-oeaTble poltts in the UI Ld LState&
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One TYer . ... .1. o
Shingle ... .. 10

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devoted especially to the imrest of
the fruit and vegetable ere of
Florida.
A special trial subscript of six
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SENATE.
'.A.i ew of It. Power, A.-
;;; t lnd Performance.
'The S'ipatas played. a very greal
pairt* i. Jns an history, and, on the
Whole the nienldous power and' au
tj rbty 'wiell by the senate have been
*ell exercl.. The majority of the
;' ators artatesmien of great polit-
'i ability Well as, men of high char-

,',There arew sighlts in the political
,+wRorla on omore imnpr(ve thuii t he senate in ses-
'loi. These not only of a very
l high stand: of personal capacity, but
S'the t inuie powers whitr h it wields,
seems to i'llie Il assembly. The
l; m allness their numbers, the fact
t that they ? nlr;i;d with authority
Which is eutiiv as well as legisla-
ii'tive and tkliowledl e that they rep-
.resent notlcr local!itiios. built states,
; In their coralte cal)l'ily, land States
W'hihlich areten as Ipoltuio~,s as Euro-
p;'ean klngis, naitrally lill each iildi-
:, dual setor ivith tlih sense of per-
'sont. nal distiion. A Uniited Slates sen-
ator is a v great n.ii. aned heL knows
|;; ,it, and tlenate, as a whole, is iu-
ti.,,tensely ciious antl i-prond of the
i lght, imnty and doliniioln which it
'wields. 'Joake a coinjiparison, it mat-
K'''ters verl.tle what an individual
Sr;"' ber He British house of coln-
t,,:,, s thilind ul;eans to do, still less
wi 'ihat an vidual British peer thinks
,;4ld meal) do on any given subject,
-b'tit it mnas a very great deal what a
p:Kiigle .Ult States senator thinks and
m: leans to
The set can veto every appolnt-
ment many the president, whether
i- the manulinnted for office be a
IiJudge of supreine court or an am-
: bassador merely a collector of cus-
toms. At the senate can, by refus-
|, ing to pit, veto any bill sent up
from thovwer house. no matter
Whether bill is concerned with the
:. raising oendi ing of money' or with
alterationn the law. Lastly, not a
majority nny minority which nuu-
bers ovetlird of the senate can re-
fuse to Yt any treaty presented for
ratificatiy the president. Thus the
executive make no binding treaty
with an."eign power unless it can
obtain ito-thirds majority in the
; senate. either words, the senate can
ay the I word not only In regard
t to all leition.-but in regard to all
finance, Ippointments to high office
Sand to i affairs of the nation.-
(ll',^ idon tator.

IYNICISMS.
,. Most ie would rather throw -a
s tone th bouquet.
Every i lias the inward hope that
Sheer htuss next wife will be mean
to him. 1
Don't i n manil can keep a secret,
Just thi the bIld things lie knows
Son hilts
.A fantis nuic'l to he thankful for
: t his d~er doesn't look apologetic
When he i rs lcthe rioom.l
When apparently get long well,
: ty ge credit for pice''+ than for
i* ability "'p thiielr skehlton hidden
: '. from th lie.
e: Wluen n keeps a bill before pIay-
i e lutg it t it over. it means that lihe
'i doesn't ct to find blunders, but
"*Q^tati 'bt Be 8 to gain time.
: I, f '' :ifou y'e a man who really ought
So be I it Is said that you have a
kindild be ,ut if you i,raise a worthy
i mau it d you belong to a mutual
ai,::.mira *loiety and are slushy.--
K:.:i .Achieo be.
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It a ine girl of whom the sto-
IW). to it she refused to marry a
m dot d lover until he had amass-
:id a tor f t$10.(I00. After som ex.-
postula e acewitod the decree and
'went t k. About three months
after t e avnnrcilous young lady,
meeting, over, asked:
- :'ell rlvy, how are you getting
alongT'
:"01h, 'ell indeed." C'harley rFe-
tuarwd oiluy. "I've $1S s avel."
Tie y la.ly bltshed iul Indloo'e
bdown aRt oe of tier walking .loct1iA
id. Mit*a. lnofenlsve tartrh witlh
ti poUt ,r pura.ol. "I gRu*A." sl i
;(i tall K~es. C'htarley, thlnt'
about i 'uouglh."'- I'ilale'lpla


SAn aa- waty to 'lk te the morn
I. both. 1- 'who dread a daily
Sctlat'e ini water itcr iwomnt d ild
y bi i'a'.t as folhtWs; 0 Catid In
i. Wllateir e!niig.h tf I ovEr tih
Ble, tilll ln w1ii.t oh water ail
ip the off nliekly. Dry . lt, wir0lnA'`il '9,t Into tlatn10 n l
oif d.fl1 ri1t. 'This its belter
e- sIty ol da.iy iltnwtrin.iDL It
jitll r licab re thtmitan Iat' Walt3r
ii *ti I 13 m ea l-bd. * *
M-Yt I '


THE M .... U- ', -"

THE DAILY SJUN: GAINESVILLE, FILORIDA, MAY 1, 1903


DR. FENNES se ,


, KIDNEY and,

llRo, ,,,>h,, IP


)R. J. H. ALDERMAN-,
DENTiS'IT.
[Suoiessor tj Seiatier Aldcrmanli
ver Dutton & Oo's iaBnk, Galinesvlylt


Speolal attentionto Orown and ridge wo II.~! W gI -qR I, I;
hone S 70. : ~ .


7,-- .A No.3 N o.I l<'tweit aks-outvilleta New lork v Nm No8r-k x
R GORDON B TISON. Ir i -i- nt s4 Lv. ksovl, ne .I y. .....Ar, .t
Al dlseaste s of Kidneys, C I 7 a ,s11 t!k Ja kSon le. So. ..... . At. a l 0e
Bladder, Urinary Oran. .&N 1"'htI o, lI .V. -siol s o ll 5, ty I W ....... .Ar. g 1a0 : 4
Also Rheumatismn Baoc cIi.. a ... ........ ,L,. o 0 8i
ache,ReartDisease.lravel, I IN 0t !i 11, .A I% ht aI. 0 ........... v, i l
Dropsy, Female Troubles, Gradute Baltlmore C11Bega TDenir Surgery t 3 i i Da ., ho.e N ...' -sopa 430
rFive years' exerienO e oin ew York City. P '"13 N I Ar 1.-,Poria4oro, N. .. ............. iV. ,f
Don't become discouraged. Thelr is a Crown, Bridge work and Fillini snecelties. p i .a r lnlJ. V ..... ,..I.
CUre fir you. If nece-.'lary rite Dr. Feniner. ALL WOa" G ARAst c ..... a \r. ih, rhniotle 'V So, lV ,,............ 1.v .1 Ao I 'R
Shlias spent ahs sp life thme curing Just-sauci Orci IEN ENDtBLoMlC. AINe -.V.I. FLA. i .-.
cases asyoursi. All cotnsulta-tions Free,. 2 AIt. .\ v a n. .. o I. .......... Lv. 7 vt t
. -Pi : ,, N t Ar. 'h t tl, tile> ".l . .. ....., ... ,4 v1 .
"I hnad silver' eas> of kidney disease rd I ON o 'l15 Ar I\V4Shi 'l 1, .. ..... ....3.......1. t I so '
uci r blonu iy menvr. (1 14
Su fered Int orlo t pilu A pp D n .1
il t+di suil- l .-,i ,.i.- h; O ,.. .Dr. l r I : )* \ I, r. N w V..rk "".. ....... ... .. iv. t0 1 10 tri > ,,i,
l.i.t It' ,I. h l lwe c eS lt tl t!, "......... ..
F. M. WHEELEI. Rlndoliph, lat" South Sitle Seueuar. ; i::. a ilos. i Fla No. i aui : i: : Tic',- i, >;lt, c i'i ln i cRd." old vest l ru i i r., r.l. rA-1;k for(Cro k Iloo.k-Fr ieo. r-N iYni. I,, c lu ipo,,,sit, ob 'r'lti oi dtlo l tU .iu tr t ia 'wen iwtt rn t"e a -'-
c cSue ro iccuirn r Dr (Jill ,NoI:. i ,:u l r- b'tonellltr. Fri thllui.. Ny.,* arcnes lUollk. aerouss tleb h,, tra i., 1S0mi h, li i'i.. Ne' Yo ark. oaoiths bet won J akontlie l m ti mtai- 1

W. PArln'40N. I! ItA I"d rtt t 1 11 %In n
tC^ w' >AT ,i,! I \ ,1 ,t l ,., 1"Cl t\' \1?\\' IC tO'lk\itctl GlCd -ltl hlr.tit .llhtai
CI VIT, EN INEI AEI ND SP vITOhR N,.. r-i the l of the Sky." No
BDOUA W ER T H.. .... i It.,.o.. ...... .......
GA~ilNUArVtl C, FIA)MM, it 1,\ J ink ilvjil 1, 1). Ity. Ar i
SI lte r l In rm t. .,t.Latio. Thoritln iv posted 1 I \ iht .. o, I . AIr
lA l h e rev r sect.l n of land In A, \ ii Ii uA., o t culntli. i',cl i .. s..S e. Iv. I .1
I von i..a't a realr, nea'ty n>vnet othe Corre to ibdecesolio a ia- itle, N SoRy I v 4 00
t onv r illr, ieal ty i e -n ot s ithgA. N .. .. ,..1. 4
*o c ry n;so v i l or i i\C. & ,p ......... ..A.. ..c1".-"t ilne i'n . ... 5 l .. I- i
Sdtowe"lm ,i r i'w i. I'rcc,.leiat,'c- ln. t,,' video (H T" I)IIpSHY, l\r>-\vll'r Tlolt. ....... o, ll .I.. .
l e Zh.-i, I ., liitr ,ltl I I w. ,l .. t v o J.. M 1 "(
e ,, ('l, tdv"t. w yll 'oft e c'nl''.-t 'N1 ka .t'a'r g hi0, b a, e h . .. s iti4 ;. " ..ir.n.... i ...i. mI 'lt iit(I
cl .ra.red a icc.i ii. tiiso FURNITURE REPA l -1i i No- i t 'll ax i' ot in t ctuced aceti't |ecicnt oar s it LWi, .et eao vlle cet
CANDY I ni M ,e New. Cicll,
OCATHARTlO L OtOKrNu LASSES KlR-,sii.v l\.:'D. No,.J No I ll It (''eie Ja(tckll il0 alii he North all ald Wt .Not, N1i
WVe.buy or sell Purtitureltl or cim com n ci, t 7 4 p t. .1c. .,,ntle. ul' c i . ... ... Ar-, lIt a t i p
with you on the comunltssiou .b-tsi. l'.ilromnl M ilte l M1 t I \. .io,. ,i Ar. I11) &, I 1
asaollcted and satisfy action atWI Sat N3 4 tl 1Xi Mi Mc, U'. it Lcv. I i
.. 6 o r Aililc c, tic, ""o. o i O4
SLI IFl 1 S. TAYIOR, s'r. lt., ir. ... .. v.
PAINTINO ANI-b4 i O It A'I tC l iuto n, i . ... v. iC. I I ll
PAPER HANGING 7 1 7 1 At cinclnti ....... 1i 016
EAT 'EM LIKE OANDY sAINEsvLI ,. FI.IDA silO a C'i I aC', *'iiin-iunct, (olt,. ... l i'our ..Ar. It so 11Np
P r A n at -able P ro en Teem. (Otid. Do Goo d,
Ple Never fk- i, Wwakon yr U.ipc1 it, 51 ncd B> cnti 'o ,. or , 1 e% .. 8 .. I
per bo. Writ for Mire t Le, a mlt c ii ooiet A eat for DECORIIA 'ATORS' A.1, l.. IA!m I '"A tK to) 11 1c c- t'. .....- inntt, o o. eltnn. Uics . Ar. 0 () ap
hOKlth. Adtdr Cbt r 33 crm MPANY, Now York. I 7 Al .,\, ('rla o .. i' nti i I v 't h l 0
IK E E P Y O U R I B L t C LE A N O -no......U .c 4" .' i,<""' "" -'.Si c...i.. ',"A..) M o"i. A 1 .,1 om' *
IP t r vU U U fin Ol U. WALKt3 Alii'M TT. MlAYCA)I f>i 1 I' 0 ". .\c t c'hl'i<'.go. Ill t.c1, H. & It Mic)ccxc .1." ,t ci 00
0)n cn ; 4 1 v I. t'leieli ul Ol, io .0. I IH. ..M C io. t'ent,.... lAc '%c 't 7o n A
MEN AND WOMEN. WALKER & SHAYLOR i i A .rtt,. .'' .. IV i
Vsi o l f or iStfcna ctrall 9. L '--S.1 L- I IL'.'
la didtcha.sesllfr tl I ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, c 'talnial. t)ii .lln. hiI n Ar
Irrtttiafn or .le-rtlton ..... ..tr t ..... ... I ..
... to or.atue. o atu ac o u Ulticmbrtms. F JaekIonvoille. l- 'Flrida -i ... i l t, .. ur - t-
S ',rcw tna (.e tUi ialnlem, rnd not aitrin. l (o, Ar p levelni 'odr t tIIA. iItI"t 7
,, IilEVANSCH IUEIILC I. gent orpotrucnou. 1 ltt O o a )
S011AT. Sold by rumas, 4-8-02 -
.. 5..; or *nt In p wr app-, 7 ------- - i I v I.c lnloni i -. Ho. .t-- Ar. to II. a tll. l
by e xp r oa p ro aid for 1 t) c iN Ac- .C I 1"v lie. iiv ... I o. 4ll I '0 4A
s1.00. or3bhott ll.jll.. CAFE BELVEDERE, t as c o. i., 1 p OS
Circular sent on ro e WM. SC1iLI.E Proprit 'or c li .o .i" ... .. i :
WM. 8CCHc1CICE Prop-rle-olr I f0 i .r.'' .cc. Ic, y ly A- -, 111 4CC 1i4 .
. ... -....... ..... : -- "" ..,. ..... :.. ....... _. _.. .- h ; I ,v. t .<,l, vti K v . . Peint, |-lf. l v.r ;4 1. '
132 W Forayth at., Jaoksoev\illo, Fla ; t a i .r icii ll . v Iic 410 ,-
T O T H E IcU U B L IC.e '., i O.,,pi ,,Potottcc N s l li ibi.solmo. '>.So a" S tllUmctit trln Cla,'tWcc n JCI,,>>itlc,,,
and ci 'itr, tt. Ac1 'li' c- clnnIti Arrc', c (l 'llt\ eiia' t lili Mt lIC a lct rn dlntly nxIccl Lt Matirid at 'l Ttiio'ilr h l'iillltin
W e, the tindersigned, hereby agree e nirnwih.it 'minitC Cn l c it era t c 'h-h' tcaci elh wii. t c t'' iavitV rld h wi tfe ltour tI c-i.h.ir
B s t. dini ll \ plce Int ih-Fi v l.l'. 1 |il'ilt v ob r ln'tiS 1 li>t altrilvll lftlrM l- to pay $1,C(xi0 to ainy manufa turer of n 8 aae in e n-lnc i "ec c) Icha ,i v iwt achaI airTnu ccr lic i ctl.inlt' Alit t u'*icl'y,. Thirie. iti ilI d o lll iitI .i. tlhrl'tio(lt
mn w ntest ies, Liquors ald Cigars.I Iutilllimin thllint o r i1,, Ito lt.
paint, w\ho can show, by1 similar testa, JN,_, 1, mid14e 1i . N.,i. It ( e ii I.,illl>.i ," s. otl i v'tUhlle ,II trathi. llrimn an i-iwIn rolutll iloOP.
any paint standiiig upon any metalE N-' \rf IttT uEN]D), io T , ,iC th'l, or i ah e'c.icii I m-llrioeil n ui (', clu i1
surface as perfectly and for so long a T'4l.'- i Pci .,I\ ii'. i ii'- |tl .
time hs our FINE WINES. IQUOlt I ('I( C ARS N.O : Ilvt v l lirkoille And16W41i, an n 'lly N,, NtJ
(RAP'IITE ELASTI IPAINT. JoN JHN MN.E' I rn ali ,.tor. t
='1 210-221 %V. Ilay st.. J, 2 V n1. 4, 1 1 At a k) 6 p
wI guarnltrl ee (.IRAPHI' T El LA S- t ,,,,..... A i
ftJ piact. toi oec)tnicI tao tar, rosin as- -I'1 4,w i CtsC4"C 14
TIC paint, to contain no Lar. rosin, as- Flust beer, bottle and ci rnce ht. i)on'tl i. ., CCC'... i a, Ii
phalteuin or any of the, products of fail to eall 11on 111 wleO in .l:, i p trole an Ii ;i t!i )di. d ItO l t II
Ili 'tro lal'ar1, aLiid n-liln appl ied to tny L "' 7 l''a... I, I .
.a. e e.. ........... cl to r .......c.. I : c....'r.cu...c .. LU w 11 N IN I I I 14


surinee ac.orting ito our uirecti,iions to I N KSN \ I,
wear perfect, ftIr ia period of live e C'i it i--
-- Visit t ll....- .
veatrs, arid we agrccu to f urniish, free of
charge. all paint hinecf-eary to repiiint E C
nny surface wherui it has proved de- iAI I) EN
festive. siged, The best Liquora in the! t i.y. l<.nter-
.lfiietvlcta itve. ^l t ,taiv nmleni every nigl a f (,ard l
The National Paint and Varnish Co.,t Tenf (tre r
Cleveland, Ohio. U. S. A. .... .. ...
W e take pleasure in aliouncinl that T"11F of.I)D lRIl.AH1A)I.
we have seccured control for Alachua .


county for the e s of the celebrated
(I APII TT: ELASTIC (generally
known as Unliv Sam paint.). *Thiv
paint haAl the highest endort-emjnnt for i
tin and .iron roofs and all exposed
T. F. THOMAS H. & .S CO., .
GtalnaeTlle Fla.


TIN. S.IIET MI.''TA 1. A N
PLUMXtINUI tt Alla.t 1 .iSi t (:NT

SATlSI TfA Ci'IOTN (U .A A ,\ -'ICTEkI)


A t7kLtmwr.


I.~~ce- and Man atitM


SHA W Arend's Saloon and Caf
Jacksonville, Florida


Fu' r II s III f if Metrchants lantls from 12 Io 2 pi. Im.
S Bartloiolmsay Reberler, l-o Irn. -
portd W arIewrgr Iler on Draughtl

Company. Steak, otPih. OChoieT, (eier le, in r I,
to order. Pool., RtilliardtI, hlivlitg
Co(ml.t. et ure, S Heater, Do CHEAPER THAN A DOCTOR,
tn.-Yl.ic t MWinfl MachirPm..c~ -,tc
.. ....... .. BETTER THAN MEDICINE
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i Qiisviliie %s Oviii 0 t .

Qu ict S:h~& l ,td lel i toi
o I I MIlN X(I AMA INAV I tV iLLE,
. !,EV'N VIHI.LE. CHICAGO -.
f#.oCi]i'aL'. CINCIAT1, -
T. 1:U( i *, andt All l Poi ti
n. WVt and Ntorthwett. ,
MOBMl;, HN'W 0tt LKANS I
"t d .il rPoints Bouthbwee;t
Through Tihkeite via L. dr N. are sold
brl:U ~,lrse ed opotu ticket IStagtotl t
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fathe rt.1 re,, .
r' 4$allt tod eay. ,: os 4A 14t ef o thate 5et


da ". but it is Y pedthat he will

1::ar, ir tore, sole fnt o ver.
OT, Vo Whitlhe e throu gh

maoue4d onprofeusional business.
1 % Qocg Hghs tnf youngma wam reWeived in this
t tra4tnf 'the o -tyye ste ...rdy cozity yesterday to the ooot that Mrsthe
e llip of, aopy ws . May of Newberry is very ill..




-,H-Brown IpH use ':no 'Annex ents per
l i st yet nd Ta r doThIepweculIiar
......-:qslt4 pt- p'n light 'housekeeping., Apply Brown
Dr. J. H. .eho, 'the al ol dentist, re~sover.



4T b titnes rd by W W ,aeen~ iou le office.

SgBowyer- and hildr|et -of A sdewalk is being constructed on.
Jree city, the southide of the ang property,
qla:arxcity, the- -'the eaboa-rq r -
Ileira Mr. A4 M ^. n0tN'h
e antise .- .. wi:. *h is grei tly appreeisted b~.: ,hote

W'aldo'a orieng employ ed ii,* fle

piysifelt#3 ebsteriae: '1 $0 apt. A. Paul,- se S 'United States land'ofileha returned
.i i,':i of utton, o fro. .iSouth Florida, *erehe b. as& bees'
jAigef vl os e .ln fthe as few- days t o od cflik U bua t i-
ettif was ; aI sactir' not, 'as! a,
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.Dod of Fatrfe d was a
r to 1hi"A oUt l ,esteoMday. He:
+l .1, to ... .

S^ ht bean shikmefts have
bdy bn' tty hosp that sotion,





Opo0o', ems eastern
f'"itIy brother, a. e. Whetatone.,
A~ t t ,of ,inctinsatt is n the-
Irolty i a medtben of one of the-
rie e q buti l estabI et
0 fm11ou for houses of thii

euty -SalTeff J. ee. Stokes. of
i^.^ .ret one f the Amot e iflent
0 ij0s ~ the o eity, r wat among'
Those ho paid Oa t'ieville 44 v isit yes-
terda ,
r, r.nd Mrs.W. T. r oden of Haw-
;. o h were among the visitors to this
It, y yesterday They patae for .the
ppose of ~0onslting s Dr.u Alderman in
.omre dental : :wok
Wheknu--youwant a,'lesant phyate
tp 'Chamiiertaln's tonxach apd LVer
ietas. bT te are easy to take i
kD tine eat. For sale ty
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'tobesvillet t'ly lt moA a
WQ10 to V illtleni0 n cinlo8
p y' 'llort4/. B Ill be.back at hti ofo
,a Mi anopy Satuay morning.
Ia nroe 'altor, formerly of AOlbi M
t.more rI soent a euide 4obx.:t yest _e.*-,,* haI r'utio* nw








.l`r alue, w in tyfo sgreertbleie~ho
ai kaoi gv fra hMis aI& m
has been foV t0 ht pas few: days on

)*, B. tOLewi, -5.- rosperous- oorlored
s !me and ittusea of Melrose, ws in
the cOity yosattay andt made The.'Sut a
O Sll, newtug tBl ubscription. Lewia
S1A ..' ly respected member of his
SO ttand It lhqro wxerae _'ore equally





snst 4flktiett coflors i-n the county

platnS that buluess In hi. prifoestonr
3ae Is distrsinglyY dull- just now, an
that It's a good thing he ha. anoth
Sob to 'fal back o.- The Sun acknowi
W.1 e )L 4axu e Wlmdtor and was zt

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covered a great deal of- treopasmn eg
government I)tnds iF the aeoftna-
isited bytlurpentlne operatore and:
other people, samd he proposes-toprese-
ote all agalnt whom q the eciderce

Oapta9I A. R. Elmore depirtadi sY-
rday ,rt Mea*y .a other-' poita-
4 the interests of the new, improved
uoker and heummaer, the agency, of
hich heihas recently aIoeptedlt t UCp-
in .lmore cstaes that be- is meetilag
lth e`oeil|let oeess with this useful,
ktice device,, wbMch, he declare,, no
omnan who owms a sowing maohine
Ill do without. One Uady omartedi
Shim, after xaminilg the device,
Iat she was tempted, to purohaas a
aehiue that ahe miniht use, the at-
behment.


ia .itJen ''. *Sbdby r 0.W lae, '
Store. ,
M. W. H. Burke and-, child'L f Tit
t0,t a.,; after a pleastiAnt isit -t, their
formezrnrs m other, Mr. a?. E. ,:. k iea,
departedl yesterday for Wauchla,
where they wll viBsibtrelktives for the
next few days.
THEY ARE WELL PLEAED.
Visiting Committee Says E. F.. 8. and
Its Pacufty is All Right.
On Thursday Major E ,W. Peabody
and Col. R. .. Burford of Ocala, eom-
prfing a majority of the visitltg com-
mittee of East Florida Seminary, vPsit-
ed hat :intttiiaton,. Under the escort
of. Superintendent Goitliams, they
were conducted about the school, in-
spectiag its various .branches, after
whiCh the committee reported as be,-
iug higly impressed with he school.
The committee dined, with Superin-
tend6nt Guilliamn and the faculty..
After thedinner hour Major Peabody,
gQodnatoredly remarked that if the
culinary department of the school fur-
ni!hed as good "grub'.as- ad beeh set
before him aon this oetasioa he had a
.great irlebiUation to-qvit his e position
with The Times-Union, and start to
school agakst, as it wai- superior t otho
average btli of fare to wl'ich he has
been subjected.
MR. HAY WAS INSTALLI-ED.
l Now Pastor of the- First Presby-
terian OhUedlf.
While Rew Thos. P. Etay of Palatka
bas been literally servinglas pastor of
the First Presbyterian ohureb in this
city for the i st few weeks, it hah only
been from- a, literal standpoint, for
'tere wa tr iiblng officials about it. He
has served.tln church and' his ecomire-
gation, however, with eminent satis-
faction, andosovery Preebyteri; a and
every Christiat who have heard him
have felt glaof his presence, for he is
a most ilspressive and eloquent
speaker.
Mr. Hay. was officially, ineisaed to
-the pastoral of the church last night.
Rev. W. E. Boggs, the eminent divine
of Jacksonvilte, presided, aia inci-
dentally preached an eloqiient sermon.


Mr. Joseph Pwinminvle of. Stillwater, lie was assAted by Rev. H. G eiger-
Minn., after, iving spent over $ o ,0r f Fornandains, who delivered the
With thfh -best doctor. for stomach o
trouble, without relief, was advised by charge to the congregation.
'hiS drgiggAt. Mr. AJex. Fiohard% to. A large congregation was present at
ry a box of Ohamberlain' Stomach these ceremonials, whieh. were among
an Liver Tablets. liHe did so, anl1i a the most impressive ever hel in th.
:4) =asI today. If troubled, with, in -
Ia'litionbad taste in the mouth,. eherch.
S of apwtite or conatlpation. give 5AEBALL.-TOOAY.
th tlbts a trial, andi you a" .--.-. .
t e more than pleased w th 8H nSdm Waldo Bays Wt M eMet aM
it, For sale-at teents. a, b
rlgtgisl and modfL.?ne dualen. tes Qainesville.Dinamond.
Considarxible interest is being maew.'
At the elegant hovfe of fer.atoa M s. gb w
.A, J1. nMe &rthut ytet aedu game oer bmabnUl whio
At n M Utur o the 4a ls intSr will b.palled offbetieen the Gaines-
enetain b ville Hlilgi Bohool and, thoWaldo teams
Card il,. were I entetid b this attemrpon. '1he game will be
ern t p e& t ma d lle the..pkat 280 otlk
gtu. apn and th ing was sharp, and a most spirited and i.her-
spiit~d nant I d thers wnt.wa eating contest is. guaranteed. The
pi iie hieh a santesatiaeg. es or hk, boys of the Gainesville High Sehool
e~woh wasa elegant boo lost ot at Walo recently, brut they
d "d Cooou r arw.now loxcenlt praotice. and in-
hnut to Qut the loards Miss Denton asmulheas he visitors are also in good
oi tut^the ard. Miss enton this pmomises to be on of the
ng ite fortunate winner. Dlicus lest a1mast exciting gatme of the
refrenhet-ts were served, and alto- -
ethxer the afternoon was moat enjoy- The pubtl is 'nvited. The price of
ably spet. admission will be 15 cents for adults
Whlt i Foley' Kidney Cure? and lO cants lot pupils ol the sobool
Answer: t It Is made from a perearip- and ohildrn: .
a tlottot If.dint Ohiagio phyailoa., yo s Kidney Cure

006ttitr y T he ilgredienta are the ,MUk i "d W 4de r4kebt.
0p0*t that money can buy, and are It.-
-oi 1 t combined toet their t-urt.
S os ue. Sold by W. Wallaoe's liollle Williams was arraigned in the
d drug atore. mayor's tourt yesterday upon a charge
r Atttion, Odd Fello of alandor. The warrant was issued
I e- e lar. weeekly meeting of Con- at the In4tigation of John Moatgom,-
tr ,u eNo. i 0, 1. will be Co wprodu edvdence to the O-
Sheld atte o m over tt, fet thatWilUlims had slandeed his
Sba- k t so o0lok this evening. A moth n aged col oma, eal
SI desrd, and visiting ing-.0 her. "old bat-4faoe" and other
bthe 1itMl eik a coral e- es w were not aty too, digni-
SM fled.
4 'ome:Y, -- ---.-- Afterhearing the eviden e in the
4d FPor v Ov Itay Yera case His Honor Mayor Thoas on
s.$W Srpthsig 'p has eludeO41tat the deteant asT realY
7'tt Ht l (wk t hih g ilsy, tad siiWt Od bht to pay I


anIll Id Gre Scne o
1 01fl4 OP ceIs


pad Iomei of )r.eand '.Mrs. W. H.
Si beA-tiftul. home wed-
dings -eNi4, the contnraeing
PartWbe*i 9 st 096-is Davi d PI elps




flae oi k the bridal; party entered
she parlor ai"d: in the presence of a
wfew*relatives *they were united in

The'brideP., a sister rf Mrs. Fairbanks,.
Is a charming yung woman of Mont-
gomery, Ala., and was never lovelier
than in her bridal gown of white, ear-
.ing an arni-shower bouquet of white
roe andi ferns .- The .groom, a son. of
T. A. Johnson, is a young man of sterl-

ii. winning the heart of such a joung
woman.
The bridal party was preceded by
two, ushers, Mesrs. Scott Francis John-
son atid Ernest Lanier Paulling, and
two, bridesmaids, Mrs. Neal, Johnson,
a sister of the groom, who was lovely
gowned in white, carrying pink roses,
a d Misi L,. Frankie Wade of Mou.t- -
gomery, a niece of'the bride, who was
beautiful in a gowneof white and blue,
carrying "AmericatvBeauty" roses,
Amid' showers ofi- best wisees and
congratulations the young couple re-
ipaired to the home of the! groom's pa-
rents, where they, were delightfully
,entertairned


GREATLY ALARMED-
SBy a Perststent Cough, but P-rma-
newly Cured by Chamberlain's,
Cough RFmedy.
Mr. IH. P. Burbage, a student'at law
inGrOenville, S. C., had been troubled
for four or five years with a contina-
oas oough which he says, "greatly
alarmed me, causing.tne to fear that I
Pas -fn the first stage of consumption..'
Mt. Barbage, having seen Chamber-
lain iCbugh Remedy advertised", oon-
cbided to try it. Now readwhat he
says. of it I soon felt a. remarkable-
eoange-and after using two bottles of
tke twentsy-five cent size, was perma-
sently oired." Soid by all druggists,
aM; medicine companies.
TIE ORDE- PROSPERSk
ft.c SA of A. Initiated Seven Members
Wednesday Evening,
The order of the Patriotic Order of


S0ns. of America, which was launched
tth-iseity two weeks ago with such
bright prospects,, seems still to be
growixain favor. *At the meeting of
Iust week several n-+w members were
Initiated into the mysteries of the or-
der, and on Wedntesday night of the
present week seven new eandidates
saw the "light of a new-born,day."
'PTere may be- found upon the charter
list of the P. G% 8. of A. thae names of
many of the, leading citiatns of the
eity, and the order is destined to grow
vewy rapidly here.
A Farmer Straightened' Out.
"A man living on a farm near here
eame in a short time ago, completely
doubled up with rheumatism. I hand-
ed him a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm and' told him to use it freely and
if not satisfied after using it he need,
not pay. a cent for it,"'says 0. P. ay
der, ofL Pattens Mills. N. Y. "A w
days later he walked in o the store as,
straight as a string and handed me a
dollar saying. 'give me another bottle
of Ohautberlain' PiMa Balm. I want
it in the house all the time, for it cured
me '"' For sale by all druggists and
medicine companies.
THE STORES WILL CLOSE.
beginning Today All Places of Bueness
Will Close at 8:80 P. M.


With a desire te give their employes
an easy time during the summer, the
various merchants of the' city have I
signed an agreement to close their re-
sppotive places of business at 6-:30
o'clock every afternoon except Satur-.
day. This order will be i effect until
october 1, and the nation- of the mer-
chant is highly .'appreciated by the
clerks, who have worked faithfully in
the interests of their employes.
Too Great a Risk..
In almost every neighborhood some-
one hat died fromw ati attack of colic or
cholera morbus, often before medicine
could be prooured or a physieian sum.
moaned A reliable renedy for these
diMass stood be kept at hamd. The
Stoo t for any one to take
O a O btw, otRblt sllt
.Us'.6tf a',i 0,-FOP


JUS||EC|
Hew Lot :lfW.

New Shlrt iWat
MAso
Embroidered
for Waist
Novelty L'n
For Skitts and Jac
Warranted Fast (
Stamped

Linen Waist Pat
Novelties in Nei


Special Values in
10c Goods.


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PRICES LOWE
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THE BAPTIST CONVBON
THE BAPTIST CONVIION:


And Auxiliary Societies, Sa
May 7-14, 1903


ih, Ga,,


The Atlantic Coast Line a rates ;|
one fkrst-class,fare plus 2 to for
round trip, tickets from eomery,
Albany, Lake .City, Jacks le and -
intermediate points, to b Id May ,
5-7th, inclusive, from other it May ,
4-7t h. inclusive, with retur lit May i
2 klth 1903. -- . "
By deposit of tieket by o 0 pur-.
chaser with, special agent, annahb :
between the hours of 8:00 1. and
,:00 p. m., and upon paym" fee of
50 cents at time of deposit tension. ,
until Juae lst may be see Ex- '
excellent train service, quic edule, ,1
The month of May in l nah is
very delightful, aud with number "t
of adjacent resorts a visito not fal
to enjoy the trip.
Ticket agents will give ftformas ,
tion, W. H. LEAYI A.,
W J. CaAu, P Sav.A., !
Wilmington, N.
Disastrous Wre
Carelessness is respouasir
a railway wreck and th causes
.-are making human wro fferersi ll
from Throat and Lung "Je4. .mit:
since the advent of Dr. g's S r ow
Discovery for Consur Coathe
and Colds, even the wo ~e can J
cured, and hopeless re on is no
longer necetairy. Mrs.JCgg
Dorehester, MeM., *is o e
whose life was saved F i
New Discovery. Thistudy'
Sa-ranieed for all and LUa
diseases by all f Price
aud $1,00. Trial bott '
Opportunity for C eachelt,
A normal for te Pospee..
tre teacher prepare the June
asialnation., This 1 will. b
*imewted witth th Industr,


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