Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 05 8, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02119
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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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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Delegates Arriving to Attend, the
Savannah, Ga:, May' 7--6 leaatcs
%.__- *and visitors to the Southern Baptst -
convention are beginning to arrive,
tb That Revolution Has though the first ossion cf the coon Plurality Given Robert Ii-

at They Are Unable to Attack
4em at Certain Points--Governr
t Gunboat Captured by Rebels.
Orleans, May 7.-Rt has been
ed by The Picayune from a rell-
source in the tropics .that the
ments from President Zelaya, of
aua, that the revolution is at
M ad d the country is in a peace-
ioundtion, are, to say the least,
eWs reached the city yesterday by
I 'from a thoroughly reliable inside
'Gee that the revolution sla not at an
' and that the government forces
so situated that they are unable
'roas lake Nicaragua to. attack the
ta where the revolutionary forces
ean Carlos, one of the points
turned by the revolutionary forces
Wltuated' at the mouth of the San
Silver, the outlet from the lake
the sea. It is this river which is
to carry all the exports of the
nor of the republic and without
of the river It is impossible to
ie large forces of troops in anything
necessary time.
.rt Castillo, which is situated mid,
'lildown the river, is also in the
a of the revolutionary body and
boat owned by the Zelaya gov.
nt has also been captured, and
1the hands of the' Tevolutlouary
With this craft the revolution-
aders expect to head off any ship-
orf troops, etc., across the lake
Lake Managua, Rivas, Grenada
y,. Ol the other cities located on
(311~ ~ .k ~ h

-vertlon will not oe hela ,'nttl PFridp.y.
... A-bout -onre hucTet, ,oF the. v isilor,-




Lane Ovae F t.Wach tor,

Republican Candidate and His Party
Leaders Charge that Many Ballots
Cast In His Favor Have Elcen IIllo
gaily Thrown Out.
Baltimore, May 7.-The ballots i I
804 of the election precint. cast i-n
yesterday's municipal elections in this
city give Robert M. McLauk,, 1)Gino.
cratic candidate for the nia,~talty, a
plurality over Frank M. VWaihter, lie-
publican, of 520.
The ballots in the remaining four
precincts are still. uncaout- 1, owinglu
to disputes among the jui, ~s of elec-
tlon. They are now it po) session of,
the board of election sulperv'w-o'sa, who;
announced today that the boxt- will,
not be opened until tomort w. It isl
not thought probable that the count oft
these ballots will materially chautge
the result in favor of Mclaue.
Mr. Wachter, the Republician candl-,
date, and his party leaders chliirge thatI
many ballots cast in ~S t'fa\or have
been illegally thrown ol.t, and they
announce that they will apljail to the
The Republican candidate, for city
comptroller and president of the sec.
ond branch of the city d.uincil ware
elected. The- Republicaams will have a
majority in the second branch of the
city council and the Democrats a ma-
jority in the first branch.
The Democrats will have a majority
on joint ballot and thus will be able
to elect the city registrar, who Is vir-
tually the municipal treasurer.

Moores Wins In Omaha Election.
Omaha, Nob., May 4 --omiplete e.
turn. from veisterdvay's e itvv ectionn


Sectional Meeting of the Amwilean
Mdclical Association.
*oNw Orletans, Aay 7.-Sectional-
meetinggs kept the delegates of the
America.n Mi.,c'al associat io btumy to.
day. There were seven of thelm in
the forenoou and a dezin, in the U.
Dr. Adolf i l.oruenz has bitn a eonnpic.
uous figure at the section of ,-trgery
and anatomy. Though hoi entered the
hall quietly at the opening mneOtlngj
he was imme(edtately recognized amid'
introduced from the chair by Cliutrman'
Jamesa Moore. le .was very etor-
dially al)pplamiud an d briely oxpiu)sscd
his ack)nowledgenments.
Stories have been afloat hero that
thero would bhe s.olo critltams of Dr.,
I orenz' mothogs In the dlscutsalond,
but nothing of this chaiucter has yot
cropped out.
Dril, Lorenz, sayslit he h is simply hero
as a visitor with no dueiro to aptipear
as a partliclplitt. As a result n l,
ter-sating paper read hy Du's. II. M,
IrackIen andi C ssy 1.. Willlmr and
Hon, W. A. Kins, ol' the census bureau,
rPsolutions have be eu >)passed( by the
hygfvuno and (Iti'lncev depaitaint lim-
prossing physiela-nbs throughout the
country with the itcce'slty of <-o oter-
ating with the ctiesus bureau with re -
cofiding vital statistics and limprovil'n
the methods of dtitu'rining tho cauas81
of death. At i iin e'ting of th(l' mectlon
of material medlica. pharntacy and
therapoutles, over which DIr. Solomn<
Solls-Coheni picshled, Dr. Itohinson
read a committee report declarnlg thai
there were too many patent medicines -
and proposing an act ,of congress to
limit tho sale of poisonous aud danger-
ous patent modeicincs.
Dr. John 0. C. Cook, of Chicago,.
tead an interesting paper before the
diseases of children section on the do
velopment and care of children. HF-
urged better accomnmodations in fac-
tories and the appointment of commit
tees by the supreme courts of the va,
rious states to have Jurisdiction of the
question of oducatlon and labor of chit

,MW ___UL --- Loyless and Garlington kept see-saw gives Mayor Moores a pluirality ovor The 8iut.hern Medileal COIIlem' a. !
GARIA HELD RESPONSIBLE t1g up $50 and $100. anVd some times Benson, the citizen's candldato, of 9(,0) ociatlon has elected D. Christopher
$250 at a time until $40,000 was reach. and 1.500 over Howell, the Democratic Tonpklins, .of lchmona, .prteident;
turkey for Recent Numerous Out- ed by*Loyless and the paper was nominee. Dr. McNamnara, of Illrmingham, vice
yagee-Arrest of Albanians. knocked down to Tow W,. oyless, of ------- presli!not; end Dr, (0. C. Savage, ol,
'nstantlnople, May 7.-The irri- Atlanta, amid cheers from the audl. TURKEY'8 RICH SIUFPING. Nashville, secretary-trasur-r, n-nd so.
I in Turkish official circles ence, and he announced that H. H. elected litrmilnhamhnr for its nevxt pilaca
nat Bulgaria is constantly grow- Cabaniss, of Atlanta, was associated Bird Contained One Hunnred One Dol. of meeting. The Amt-rlean editors
more acute and the government Vwth him In the purchase, lar Bill-A Strange Story. havht elected Dr. C. P. Dr majorss, o
hat principality has been formal- ---"- Philclphli, resldet; Pr, Chairlng
otifted that the porte holds It re- SAGINAW'S CAPTAIN INJURED. Morristown, N. J-. May 7.-Stuffed C asralgna of Now Orioans, and 1).
sible for the outrages arising from with one dollar bills, on. hundred o O. all, of St. Inhs,, vlbe prel
freedom of action which the Ma- Commander of Vessel Suffered Severe, them, Was a turkey that has been re. dents, and J. McDonald, Jr., of New
onian agitators living in Bulgaria ly In Late Wreck. celved by Mrs. F. C. Adams, of this York. soeretary-treasurer. Mllwna
ae been allowed Plhiladelphia, May 7.-Cptain James lace ... kee will male a strong bid for ,h0
Atis reported that the porte has de- I. Tunell, of the Clyde liner ,Saglnaw, he git came rom Mr. Aldams next convfntilon of the AmerlcanM Mct
lied to mobilize the whole second- whfch was sunk -yesterday by the cal asoc, nation.
i4' third ardy corps. The police steamer HI.f iton, of the Old m th Its stffing was discovered
when the wife started ,to Prepare the
'nstantlnople ha We sted about o .t line, off t Vir ot, fowl for dinner, andt will SARCHING IN PITTSBURO.
Bulgarlans. and hbave v nee utmr- broulht e w toasy Trom Norfolk....i I --
.... "ts. .A~a.~iiu re- -";"ww, ....u 4 by- C"hief pay thoepssageqi. of the Adamt fa$islly,
U4-domicila visits. Alitning re- Ifr a Bn tiors ueid b Detectiveb 8till at Work on New York
Kts are in circulation T"rT out- gtineZ .T. M. bier, .s1stadl' t' Stre Laeich whre the he, Dtcves Still at Work on New Yov k
ies which are said to be projected neer Murray nd Sco Mste W. of the oas now lives. ,. Se Murder Mystery.
re for today. The military and po- Morris. Captain T ttnell isa severely .Adams wS a carpenter. Just Pittburg, May 7.-Now York d.tor,.
: guards In this city 'and Its sub- injured. Two of his ribs are frac- fore Thankgy v'ng times wre ties are searching amoig (tw1 Italians
.a have been considerably strength- tured and hli head i badly laIceratd, e d. y dall,- au the outlook tow a here for evldef be against the, mon ar.
Led. He is also iatettay injured ssad af. Th ank.aging di mer was ery *, rested for the murder of Ilenedltto
an the third district of Prizrend 22 fers greatly from h' c tk. HWe wn.b1. t. .. "* a.t o. ...t.ett r. Hadual.
tbani o chiefs have been arrested. removed to his horse. s home, sayg he would not turn .n eom.pany with PittU urg ofefersi,
Chief b aginerelarreportedat the .Uatil he brought a turkey with hinm,! usisted by CaptAta Walsh,t tob.h,
POIC EXPEL CAPUCHINS. company olee built the o sBcitall sy POm -that tae no word fro htm w11 United States secret serv<-. 'h aty are
they illhave no Atate ent to make received until the turkey wmoe by x-| workin night and day i the ,ah e anda
rt4 Refused to Take Down Barri until Captain Tunnell ls able to give. W Pinted to the n.ek of th. .i$d it is mid .ba already secured what
cadee, Which Were Broken In. an official account of the disaster, w a I. s called important eviden e .
Paris, May ..-A dispatch from BasB- .- Death of J dge MaxweMt. st night they visit, he Weltiter
4, qoraica,. ays the Capuchins who AFFAIR STILL A MYSTERY, 0ttlajk otnsr Fla. May .-r avenue district, andl in a ihort timer,
kabeen barricaded in their monaus- --- "A, x- ~A M well, the la.tsurvlrof aMrested fot Italians. Those men(
i there for many days, were expelled Shooting of Wealthy Man at Muncie, of the 'Confderate tato4 senate, werx. *swAied for two hours by D
aiy by the police. Ind., Puzlate Polte t eator Vest, is dead at Chiley tectire Ay s, who Iaks Itallan
'e friars, who had been without Muncie, fad., May 7,--The nimytery aged 8*C Jl'St' MXwell wa A Thle information o t d& rf- th.m
td for two days, owing to the siege, of the shooting of Willaamt Pattersn., .tlye of aogla, b __jy e i- -- _,t#b4- s, the-,1 fv,.
1uned to take down their barricades a wealthy sbusita s ma arlnbyestue Ogtvltgint-o and moved t0 but it is said that a niumer of peoal.
athe doors were-brokAen- .. -day-WOnt hs-ot been learned up. Florlda In 184U He had served to were Ie1red by Herget Cherry
ti 2,0-i0 4a) people made a demon- The family persist In the story that both braWcthe of the state liglalaure whhh will t e of ahi In d-. arl.ng upf
ti on aB inst,.the authorities, but he was shot by a burglar who wants h 4nd has iUs d the poiAtion f ser the barrel murder mystery.
r were dispersed, the Patterson botme. The polle.sayf taryof itate ad4 attorney getl .-----
SMa rk teattto or 15 minutes before they were Pio't 1e was a einW rof on r BIGO RAILROAD PROJECT.
ow Otene Cotto Market Britsk. called to the Patterson ho_, two p, t pr e fr* 1 .gC to 1 7 -; w (as p. ed- "1-.
S(Orlean.s May 7.t-Scared sborts tol shots were hiayd In i Soth W .rate B*tate eWr from I1*1 # attn Company With *$10.O.000 to IutIW
I4aiv* jualpalationon the part-.ol not street. about lSx square frousth m l6 was apMt*judge f the state Line In Central America
:II'- alde, provlded .a hhlb -' home. The police cannot undoersa ndIpr-e ',co t t I4e, waI i.Mrit.ut pi'ttrw rKg. May 7 --.lPape, r th. e t 1
*a tloa in the cotton market to .'how, If a burglar did the :hooting, hI jud 1i7t, ans wa cai. f mblu.. e cor:;rat*,on of the Or(0st tn:.ai RaIl
'At .0'Me tre July showed an d, left the hoaue, as all doors and a- ltida, t4; ."- mad companyy Ihave been .orwar4d te
S % of cent above the cloe-. dows were setirely lorked. scrtary of sitte of Maine from
ot yesterday and other onthe -- ve Charge Agant Wh thi aN 'y
)@we4 l widhe altlva:nco The d Prinace Ferdinand in Paris. ., May 1 -TIt grad 'jnry Tf pr N0 t li t *uildt fro t h *
S*to ..y and trading brisk- May Paris, May t--Prde Pertilos'ed, of -s returned a true Mi) a la, nst Otto e o the rtvr,
_ 404 to IA." froem 1054. rystwdaY1 Balgrtis, and 4eeo Ame6lia. oat fPt't* 3 sotwo, eOt Rav 1It4;ais, Aseg st ausga tso, coneet with the' Nat0 .
iy advaced troBe1.S7 tG, gal, arrived here yesterday, but 4ett" Malahlaa aM Wimam rmith, aas railway of Mk*uaS, whll1 a 'lalia h1as

tj me ba*el free Mealeae to coasult who were lad"the beg e j 41iat e from P1tt$*mqi al*s
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are here, but Thi number will be great-
ly increased oda.. iestdes the reg-
ular trains which br-0a crowds, there.
will be a special tralu to arrive
over the Seaboard Air Line, the S"ith- i
,ern hallway and the Central railway.,
Thursday the great bulk of the
crowds is looked for and by that -night
it Is expected there will be fully 2,500
visitors in the city, ot whom from
900 to 1,000 will bh accrVlUted dele-
gat s. ,
Thursday will witness the first de-
Ilberati is. Thfe convention of the
Baptist Young People's union will then
be held, and that night at the De-.
Soto will be the first banquet of the
alumni of the Southern.Baptist 'Theo-
logical seminary at Louisville. Fri-
d6y the work of the convention proper
will boqia. A-nple entertainment for
all visitors is assured, many homes
"having been thrown open.


Histtricl. Paper Passes Into Control
of Atlanta Men. -
Augusta, OG., May 7.--The case of
the Augusta Chronicle resulted in
quite a spirited contest.
William K. Miller, a prominent law-
yer of the community, who was com-rn
missioned to sell, acted as auctioneer,
and. the first bid, was by 1., H. Cala-
wa)P, who started It at $20,000, E. W.
Barrett, of The Birmingham Age-Her.
aid, followed with $21,000. Then Tom
Loyless, of The Atlanta Constitution,
bid- $22,000. Sam P. Garlington, an-
other lawyer, bid $23,000.
Terry Sheron, of The Augusta Her.
aild, bid $25,000. Loyless and Gar.
lington carried It up and Sheron went
to $27,600 and dropped out.
Barrett never bid a second time. and

lag the-lMs to lea-mve. e mtintatedat -
tritet dtsipllll e throughout the t.aam
f-o and ..t eI -wto the wreck wry

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Will Protti Her Iinterests I -
Persia n Gulf

Any Attempt on Their Part to Establ
lish a Naval Bas, or Fortified Poet
In Those Waters Will Mean Was
With Great Britain.
Iumndon, Maty 7.-Forelgn secretary
iwlnduowno has proclaimed a British
Montroo doctrine In the Persialt gulf
and has practically notifihod the vom-
petleig powui'rs that any attempt 0o
thetr part to establita a liaval base
or fortifiild post iu those water. leaps
wiar with Orvat Britaint. 1
"I any, without hotiltation," sald the
foreign secretary, dealing with the sub-
ject. In theo house oft lordst yesterday
ovu(in g. "that we should regard the
ca(ia.lilshumvnt of a naval lhase or.
fortifl..li port In theo Persan itullf by
any theirr power as a very grave men*
are to It-ItIltsh lInterests.g, atd we should
certainly relat it with all the means
at iir i illp sal."-. .
Lord Il tnii!tdowno .lprotoded this exO-
plcit enu-tiihttion0o of hDritish polley by
a review of the situation thure, as it
aftfctted irltlh ilteirvaets, contendlan
that I,, far aa theo navigation of the
Poterian gulf was concerned, Great
Iritain held a pioitlo l different from
tho others* both because It was owlan
to Ihtltish entoerpriMe and expendtture
of ifr and money, that the gulf was
now open to the commerce of the
world, and because the protection of
the kuia route to India twcossitated
Britiah prodomninanr) In the gulf.
Lord lIanadowne's attltudo in this
matter generally omets will approval,
although the answers thereto of the
other pow('r Intoroestod in tho ie gulf
are awaited with (nsoou, anxiety. The
newipulpers hlvre rotinient on the anal-
oay orf th. p()rosnt pruoce,'dn whitl
Captain Mlahan an 61 tr'rongly reaco,
man(de-d tue the nITettd Htates tslicy of
Monro-l rni
The W(est'miru ln r (lar t tia should that
thte llrg i;h motive, ian ;,uly, tho pro. r
tectlIon of the 'i ulroiute tto Indlia, cor.
ruestonilis exactly wit the t Amfritcan'O
motive In .xliidtiniKg Phluropeatt ipwors
from theo A tlnwr'ltan waters m tcatie
their te'rrito, y It (hcr'Vthy threatened,.


Crew of* Fishing Brig Rescued by a
Passarg Steamer,
Ne-w York, May 7,--" Iwenty-three
ir ivi)r-u of the, c'row of 21 of( the
preni li t1shlngb lur1g i(I dt T.)rre NeoUve
of S4t 'Zervean, iFrance, arrlvedt hers
today ,nm Grrman.-Ameir'n t aapiro
leou incompany'sa teamer IPhoebup,
frontmI itiltburg. The ill de Ter,..
Nontiv was swept by a hurricafte o0
April ;'!t and svone of he* men wMhl
ed ouverboatrd. Of theSe, four were rei
cued a t, three drowned,
On the 20th the wreck was sighted
by th P'ls(uhtbus, and the survivors
were takon (cm board the steoSamer with -
muc'h diflhculty and the brit was set
on .fr, ".
C'peatirt Achlerhoret, of the Phoebe,
amyi t at at: o'clock of the mornill
of AprIl 14 flatre, of light was lighted
deai sisad, vtidlnly -a s|inAl of die
(rus." The Phtebml bore down and
frunit a mall dltsmaatld salting vessi
which $krYrd taiEt 4le--e-Ter-- ----
Nv-;fe Tiated h*avtity to port, rollin"
frightfully, with the wMa waMhing ovei
er. '
Thr (condition of the crew a.i'peted
ves. dGangtnwase, 'snd. they wire ets
grouped on tis alter part of the esr'
1. A litfe boat wae sent to tl.s
wrek to whtch a lite was passed.
me< if tht rrew jumped into thei sea
an4 were he4 ., tilo the 1uat and
rought to te steamer Wheni t,-
eWepd titP wa, 1n144 daylight brokes
bad the work jfreoeded rapidly. ev.
eTl! trti were made. the -aptain U15

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Nlegro Entered Office and Totk
Money Prom the Safe.


In Starting Up 1New Plant Shipman &
Son Sustain Loss of aFine Engine,
Which Was Mysterioiusy Wrecked.


You wear a coat. Why?
To keep the cold out? No;
to keep the warmth{ in.
What. of the body that has
no warmth-the thin, poor
body that lacks the healthy,
flesh and fat it needs ?
For-such we say that Scott's
Emulsion provides, the right
kind of a coat. Why? Be-
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. Other Notes of Interest. 4 US aC.tT L. LiIuiuti uuLu.
. Archer, May 7.-A bold piece of rob- firm, solid flesh and sup-
V bery occurred at the depot about 2:W0 plies just enough fat to fillJ
s p while Atlahtic Coast Line trains nature's requirements no
S 80and40werecoming.Theagenttepp- more. That means bodily
.ei out to meet trains. A negro stepped
l and as the safe stood open he took Warmth.
S .:lithat was in sight,. money drawer ..........
N---etdontenAu o i i-ihtyehly i-ol; dol- p po s t o
I si s In silver and Camp's check for SCOTT & OWNoI. 0PeadIi stt. New Yor.
twenty-five dollars. He got away with '---.-
drawer and contents and up to date THEY WANT TO PLAY BALL.
bItasnot beca caught. --
i: J. M. Shipmian & Son met wiLh a big Commercial Men Enthused Over Na-
loss at ther new saw mill south of i tional Game and Issue Challenge.
town on yesterday. The mill was new The commercial men who make their
and lan making its first run something headquarters in tLis city-and there
went wrong, tearing the engine a.l to are many-are anxious to show the
pieces. No one injured. Mr. Ship- people of Gainesville how they can
S man ordered a new engine at. once and play ball. They are enthused in the
will' be jo the lumber market before; matter, and want to meet the mer-
S vey lo0g,. chantsof the city in a contest over the
Miss Trestvant of Memphis, Tenn., national game.
to visiting her sister, Mrs. Dr. DePass. j W. Stripling, the clever travel-
Mis. Videon, wife of John Videon going representative and a member of
pSding near Areher, died last Fridiy the firm of the V. B: Johnson Com-
s a hftr a short llness. She left twin pany. Jacksonville, appears to be tihe
bqo a few days old besides five older moat enthusiastic, and for want of a
children. Her remains were buried in proper "head" has consented that his
AMeler oeemet! y. name be used.
Dr. DePias has bought the lot ad- Mr, Stripling desires The Suri to offer
S Joting his property on the east from this as a challenge to the merchants
Ms', MeLeau. He has fenced it and of CGainesvalle for a game to be played
S asqommenced work clayiUg the suar in this city at some future date to be
lees and will make a tennis court, agreed upon, the proceeds to go for
=as h to the delight of the young peo, -the support, of the Oak Hall team the
i -*, coming season. This will prove an ex-
S Mr. and Mrs. Kell Harvey, former excellent opportunity for the Oak Halls
S reW dents oft Archer but now of Punta to swell t'he subscription list at least
Gita were visitors to Mrs. F. 8. Curl. $100, and it is to be hoped that the
wiey were on their way home, having merchants will grasp the opportunity
I bow slomen timr visiting friends in Newto help the home team.
Orleans and Mobile. IMr. Stripling will be glad to receive
San acceptance of this challenge. His
SW t of e address is Box 'X23, city, and te wants
S erysevern. ays the blood, lusclesto hear from the merchants.
: bones of a man of average sie
1ir) ,.. two pounds of wornout tisue, Spring Ailments.
I Tfsli wte cannot be replenished and There is an arthing and tired feeling;
| t health and strength kept up with-"thie liver, bowels and kidnysa become
out perfect digestion. When the sluggish and inactive, the digestion
st6a*- ch and digestive organs fail to impaired, with little or no appetite, no
perform their functions, thle strength amIbition for anything, and a feeling"
lts 4t4o ** Ith gives way, and di,- that Ilh whole bo xy and nliid needs
ease . i up. Kodol Dysipepsia Cure toning iup. The trouble ii, that dur.
enables the stomacl, and digt icet or- i n winitrl', thllere lit hes bn an acculi- -
gans to digest and assimilate all of the tioin of w ist, minater ti tlhe ysltem.
wholesome food that nay b1w eaten ierie wilo l t right emovit., by it to t la ttO the kind of blood that rebuihlds the; .ff(,ct fully retore %he wa'it'd tissiltAe
tissues and protects tlie health aind and give trengt h iii place of Wite.kn'vss.
strength of the wmilid lnd odIly, Ko('. 60el at Johnson Broi.
dol .oures indig'slioui, dyspepsie arind
a lltomiach troubles. It is tan ideal Notice.
a ring tonic. Sold by llodifordN Me- On the lth day of April, A. D. 19f,
::.': OllvO"" utn__ Ltho Railroad Commission of Florida'
AS&AOr. I F A-LU.. ordered the Louisville & Nashvillo
; i.... .. Ralitad Company to operate, a three-
l:tuat ftl r tA, r"can Torkey Becomn ce'it passenger fare over its lines in!
|eg ere Acute. Florida, operative May Ist, 1W)3.
E' '.VSa1. Ai ty 7 k Adv41 t ci4'iOl t)n the 2tth day of April, an injulnc-
*.* e; ron! .Satla v tOat lIotw'l. tmonwas issued by tho United States
iltanding the fact that hit'r.ed.s tf I (irolit Coutrt rstraining tihe Cot-
garians have l'ien prt d l, street ai-aion from tnfo ii g ti$ order, so
itsi t.:^ rout enfok^i~lg Vis order, so
Shn art M ni3n i zal. laYe glru" far as it relates to the ll nsieola AAt-
S .take a prot1nt't pat in lh, dti stur. laitio division, and thoe Alabama &
baies. t E usIt have het' dis tiov'o.' d Florida division of the I.unoisville '
in houses at UV.s1,1h. ourodpan Turkey, Rasville railroad Con-pany inI Flor-
w eri 0' th1% Tur1 Lh poilittllon a A gt,- ida, anid tht nimattir will have to be
, rally ~e I I fk .ti, g a t! aI ct-" litigatil in the i courts a'id a linial de-
Cures When Doctors Fail. e lnay ,ot be rac..d fr .on
Mir. Frank Chin.sso, Patteronu. La., finding tnt' '.tertination, of othi.t
w: rites Juni lth, 14il. "I had umtlairia uit, the ti'v,'ieHi public are. aldisl t
l.' ftt in v'ry badI form. w as uindor to demand trinu all an's frolu ,iun,
Streatment tby dotton, loti as soon its I thehy ttchlis' tiekeis i(r trAti,~nsrta-
s .toped taking their medicite the fver t t tn. di' iso. of i,, ,,U.
:would return. I u..' a sa'upt.k li>thi 'll< t N b..h'ltv h I' lr,'ua (I o u ^> i: '
of Htirbict f ^ .- io(tiughttwo bIottl'., which comlletly ,>fr, ti .,r, ,th ,- ly o .o
i*rnm hinug such nlhi the..mt asse n .a-. l c-,- vth ,rsro n --
^ "-^-"hItdiT illnien d t to iss n who w i'l t\ ; i t>,
Si suffering fro.n ,;bihri;rt, a. it will ov'ers itrgtu fronm i t sh d l, ', "' ,
/ 'u:':" l':. fufi e len '. "i l" ,a,, No hv-ith i l l t ,, ,,, :,, ,, ,

"'' N r hl r, h . ,, .' t .. ltti,'t. i t O ,t l..i,u *,:t ,h r,.,, t.
"tai !t ':r,:r"O If ; .; ,,- 'r1ion a d e n. 1t ,. .t h ,

a ei. |s' up for t" r e A -'"t .*.. M .t,. t

endin a number of prominent
.nierican and EnlUtsh companies.

Abstract & Realty Company,
E. E. VOTLE, Manager.
Get an abstract of title to land before
bul) ,, Alt-efr payl n the purchase
touta' ftre t5 often no redre.' for tax
sale* and uncanceled mortagges.

Manhatta "A" Typewriter.
Guaranteed for one year. Sold on
monthly payientst at tit ali~rht a4-
vrane to responsible partlos.
Tyipewlter RlHbbon' for
various 0aqhine%.
EM. Voyle,

It. T. SCRIAFER, Prop.

(H'olt"l. 1I- ADU..S CA KES 3rei I'lKS
lP're.sh EvFery Da>y.
V.X.tlivered, to .Ai Pasit oft Ity.
Satisftwedoni Guaranteed
S ao l tt o. nona to C tlwus, iGnsirels
ail other traveler troaiwps.
H uiuntingi Parties. .to
0' 0 ox 14. - Minesttle. Fna

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"Mofdte f Battleship Kearrge
PFight with Bare Fitts.
New York, May, 7,-Mldshipmen
Wygeati and Wallace, 1 the battle
ship IKeararge, who had been at odds
ever since thelr ship left the southern
drill grouida for this port, have set-
tied their 4dfferenteo by a pugilistic
Shortly after the Kearsarge dropped
her anchor off Tompklnsvllle, the mid.
shipmen got shore leave', it is stated,
and clad in their civilian clothes call.
ed a close carriage and drove to a
secluded spot of 3taten Island.
There were no seconds; the battle
was fought In the darkness with bare
flists., and It is not known which was
icitorlonu. On their return they both
exhblbited faces badly bruised. They
appeared to have reached an amicable
settlement, and as a result of the bat.
tle'the "middies" are confined to thehl
rooms ..
According to their brother officers,
theyare on the sick lost, but It Isas.a
serted that "sick list" Is a mild term
for compulsory confinement.
A Runaway Bicycle
Terminated with an ugly cut on the
leg of J. B. Orrer, Franklin Grove, Ill.
It developed to a stubborn ulcer un-
yielding to doctors and remedies for
four years. Then Bucklen's Arnica
Salve cured. It's just as good for Burns,
Scalds, Skin Eruptions and Piles. 25c.
at all drug stores.

Lv Jacksonville....... 8456 7 -pI ....
ArFerna.i Ar Bri;tnwlckl........... i2 01 10 S5 ..
Ar tavnaib .id ............. ) p a ......
[Ar Ftlrrax.............3.. 144'.......
Ar Dlenmark.............. 357r 22 0 a .......
Ar Co nlbins............. 5 r30 .' a3 ...
Ar t*armden ............... p 5 4s.
Ar oialet ............. ... 6 9 Hi t .....
Ar Wlinton........... ...... 0 ....
Ar Southern Pines......... ll 1 P 36& .....
A r Raleigh............... 1 a ....
Ar Portsn outb............. 8 p 5 5p ....
Ar Ricbh-ond, Va......... b 35&1j I2p.
Ar W.h. nt.on.............. 1 0 lu 8 tOp ....
Ar Baltimore ............1.. as al 25 p .......
ArilPhladJeJphia........... S: p 256a ......
AI-Now Vor............ I 4 6pl 30 .....



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.'v Jaick,'onville...............I l'. SWa
Ar Lake City......................
Ar LiveOak.................. ...... p8 i p
Ar Mad ison......... ............ -7 5612 p
Ar Montiello.....................V 0.. tp
Ar Ta lahasseer.................. 940p 8 p
Ar Qultcy..,... ............... ...... 417p
A r R iv1'r Junction .............. .., .. .... smll tp
AT Pensa ola ........... ....... ..... p
Ar Mobileo............................... ,56a
tAr NewOirlpan ......... ....... ......: 7
ELv Jacksonvtille..........................' 7 411 p
A r Macon8................................ aS5p
| A l anta..... .... ... a.................. I f tt
SChattanooga.......................... 1 p
SNashville ........................] P
SbctLO aM ............................... t Bi
Chilcago............. ...... ........ a. 9 6a

Connections for Palmetto, Maftatee, Onceo and Sarasota, on 81, except
Saturdays, from Gainesville.
Train No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Washington. Vesti-
buIed day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Otfe
dining car service from Jacksonville.
No. 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and expreet caars bot
tween Jacksonville and Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleepersbel
t-ween Jacksonville and New York.
No. 55 connects at Starke for LaCrosse, Alachua, Willeford, Wannee sal
intermediate points, and at Arener 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, Tuesdaui
and Thursdays, 11 p. m.
A. 0. MAcDONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fli.
E. C. COBB, Ticket Agent. Gainesville.

Worthy of


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 Lock Company
Ci0x..oi0TLr.:i, 0-1-io. _
The "Victor" is the best safe nade, and parties contemplat-
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from a box to a bank vault, will save money
by consulting us. Call on or address,

Information cheerfully furnished. ( AINESV1ILLE, FLORIDA



Jacks~c .ville ci New York.
Calling at CHARLESTO. S. C., both ways.
The lnest Steamships ina he Coastwise Service
Clyde New England u :d &Southern Lines
Direct Service ,tween JACK. NViLLE. IoST)N and
Py OV[DENCE, and All Eastern l'Pont.s,
O(aII i1g at thari.' toirin both w tyv.
southl-" tind
Northlound .. ...... F. F- r,' L.',' .W.harf. Beoton
*orhond............... F .rn F. :,,t of ('ah

air Cars, Union Clyde St. JOhns River Line
Depots, Fast Trains. tA TI,- et Pa--,- ,- A. Ii ~ AoIr.t
..... .. ... 1- ,. ... .. ...^i-uterm edia

....""* *" ..d "'ridays.

ANDERSON, -,.. .

for Ieca WIr all 'rI" : A ,OTe n
ells &4 Buorglar Alarm 4 s m 2 p
*' .f"""" N K .1k'l.fi:.t . ...T.3;c-.. s l i.dat4 t.

el .w w i "t. ... ..r..4 ., "-, ,C .r M s,.l.p,' i 'r...O".-- ;^
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.Hh Awr aIftamd st4- trae MaaAr .- V\.
AEWll si ~ tt~ t~lel illl ')lll!, C il.il: ,

Air Line Raiwiay,

';--;i thlrg February i 5th, Ead-
lng April soth.

p cough medicnes. GOt

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S1 ,9 54 2 P, P ......................BdwI ...... ....... .0 S
11 4 4 ... 4 20 ........... ... Wa'do ................, 0
............. 45 piAr...... .......Cedar Key.......... .....Lv P15 *
. ..... ...... p .... ......... .... ........... . ......
p ...... .............. liver n, .... ........... ....
255p8 a ( 4a ... ....... :......... Willdw:od....... ............. ...;
S 101 p 7 46 a ...... ......... ... ...... Orlando ................... ..-. ..
4 1 4 4 4. a4 4 ......j ................... D ade Oity. .................. ...
St p .548 t ..... ............. .. ... Pinmt City................ .. .
T 0 p11 a .... P lmetto .. .. ........... ......
7 46 ...... .....................Manatee............ ......
$ 2 il p ........ ..... ..............Sarasota ............ ... .. ..
P0 it 46 a l....... 'A ...... ..........'lum pa ................ ... Lv ... .. .

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4 Style "$ay yet Give State Qlubs
l 'Ru f o Their Money.,
e Jack~vue le Thies--Union of the
ipt. eiStains the following regatt-
sainesvlle baseball and the 0rk
#esville wants a sure thin .~k
"e satisfy herself toilt o hO hain
oo she is goisg to pout a tid kep
S nhel diamond. Heretofore, she hik
aimaking n monkeys out of the
sonivill6 baseball players with her
orted men, and now that Jadkson-
Lhe has gone her one or two better in
kimportation line, she has done to
dei clusion that she can-not play.
)if Oak Halls will not be a factor
ild year, much to the regret of the
eoksonville team'and the other teams
M the State who were arranging to
uck the honors from the. end of
ei r-bat.-.Gai il a- always ex--
r.ed in baseball' when she has made
her nulnd to, do so, and it is to be re-
6etted thit McArthurcannot get his
iea together for this season."
The Timnes.Union Is expressing iti
gtir a little premature. It is true
t7b The Sun did publish an article
6iounoihg that there would be no
iebalt for Gainesville this season,
This very article had a tendency to
Slt ip"', the enthusiasts on the na-
'.gam4, with the result that there
Lite n great activity. Gaines-
7i dJPe Oak Halls may yet come
e'ot, teas those interested have
i'Vifigorovisly at work fur the past
4 49ys. We may be expected to
~ tip serenely" most any old time.
Looked That Wty.
A Oa8s-Was four burglar hlnrul anly

lognmon-It must have been. ThIe
ig rliars took it.-Kansas City Inde-
B~aent. -
What comes from the heart goes to

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of Kidney or





KIDNEY CURB will positively cure any case
Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach

of medicine. No medicine can do more.

If yow notice any Irregularities, commence taking
FOLhY"S KIDNEY CURE at once and avoid a fatal malady.

A. H. Thurness, Mgr. Wills Creek Coal Co., Buffalo. 0., writes: "I have been afflicted
with kidney and bladder trouble for years, passing gravel or stories with excrucia-
ting pains. Other medicines only gave relief. After takqig AP WI'.-Mier Cure
the result was surprising. A few doses started the brick dust like -ine stones, etc.,
and now 1 have no pain across my kidney and I %eel like a new man. Fieb'e
SKIdpey Cure has done me $1,(() worth of good."

Two Sizes 50c & $1.00.


Refuse Substitutes.

Booklet. "A Abot The KiM nys" ee or 9-' "aa k

C^<^<;~^ X ;4-w 4.^:^,1^^^, 4:1,- 4 ::

8, 1903,

He Desires to Place His Position Cor-
rectly Before the Public.
Editor Sini: I note that thit ou(r-
rent number of The St,~.r itates that
I Wtlnt a s lretly on the. bt nd of it ne-
gro, Will Cook, who) Wits airraignd
and tried uiponi tihe crha rgo o) selling
whiskey without licwti', nid I desire
through the clutimnii (of yior valti'
ridl widtely-rntd pali r (to- phliive iiimysilf
right lit lie matter.
I wait to say for (tw. inform tlt mi l of
your retiidor uliid the public that I do)
not even know tI. e df(int<'iilrlt in thio
eas1t \Wiill C )ik, nor wn< I liwirle of t4 h ,
va tl, ir, ,-1' ttI' C ()Ihe nIT I whicthi he is la il-
log l (I 1 i" o <'' iinilltt>' whlei I "ignl-
e l ti I I 1 ,'. into thiu tilll of (i
Evnars lli il by ilippoll) 4ittmenit til n- l
other l4i. ) ,1t44 liittl.t r Monday afite r-
nlTI(4 i A, IwlIh n I Wit.A 4 gr''t'd by S. V
tuit ;mtd Mr lliileh 'lhe'-tc grntllnfnt'l
hid just pirpiroPd tli. bond0. They
aikeid mei toIl go no suirvty on tilt brond
with Mr. Iiuke, and inith(ler of thi.lii
Oxijliilned to 111( ttht natire of o him (of-
ftnse. I did ask then what itho ii-gro
wt tscharged with, anid they repliedI
that it was of a trivial nuiturve ian(d
would amount to nothing. As 1i per-
.)5illl favor to Mosamr. Dulkem; iod Imil 'I A A - bi.. ft-4 -;A itwd- 1.ll

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our latest patterns in Negligle
Shi rts, Sliiinner ioieiry, itmewr -
Tits and Hats. A now suit oft
light weight clothes, no matter
what shade, is the thing for this
tiime of-year.
Madras Cloth Shirts $1,
That ltre really 1 50 Rgoods the
world over. They are cool and
Fine Shoes
For ladies and gentm, and prices
that titthli the purse. Our goods
are scasoitnable

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ITA1 II1811E)1880
icliua Couinty

tract Coo i
COLSON, Manager,

quistilon of Title a
,oiilllti'iilrltion for the

tract of Title
ally p1ce( of r ldl Its
'h111n coun111 ty l'tlu 'd (
piltl I ittee othi rl

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Gainesville Machine Works
(tI N ,; it A 1. MI LL ,AW
..I .. ... k 01. anr Ai"trn I ) l ,Vlk I l lia s j 9V

I (li gn thi onu, ntu it w(a. ..noy or Hhaftlng tillt Ijtmt-(hutling
twienly-four hours after I .had signil'd up to 1" I t ,'
sa:rme before I wa anpprlsed of ihoe p1atr-
ticulars of the Cae,.
Early Wednlieday mornilig I wrent Oit COTTON OIN RERPAIIINO
a tstart-h for Manrital ,n4iktio,, 1tii1ul A HpJCIAf'rY Y
when I folull thatt ofllcer cnt'l4ld t1 I,
t rrPst of ('k, who 11P ii.rt'tni,,l P. H. WESTGAAID, Prop. nd Wt..
lAi91 theii r y relnofa d yi l I roi .. ...
bond. J,)i, g ii,.., j',,^ J W wwrlv'01 S iir.
M 7y 1pogitit lif th' t)11all 1,r 0f >phloll- I

in violet( ( i4 1 It i f t 1itl4 4 It ltv nt I t o"
Cof i'i2" f1ltiri- t(f th t,, ',,', 1 1',)'.l i MIfalo ttfrewlM .- . . .
sfI mr ,o N frih.its tV i'v PoSoI'T v

Effctled a Permarne.t Cute When
Twelve Doctlor* Hsd Filed.
j i 1) Vtrtiri (( uf L( tn ttloia ,, Mit!i Unlt ,
litui' of A pro ? 110d4'I. !sritle
"'J ,I HH<( . 0440 4.' i U tl 'Ih' i I'S.

gr d,,tts u W~4stv I d '; ,t 54 l4 f' Oi
iy .for te year s Twe.l've dat-r~tt (
Smw'0 fW t ?,, Itg o ,,. sh ( iA during tl s
t, I ,' h ait faith to CT'et a tore,
alvbe 1dd ithe. workto A Uli lit ht wh t.
took from Uthe fote ltet ptle? o bso,
Wfsar thoo e g mtm had bnhis *w e stvat
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i'*m kl4 t taoftp!4 l !N f ot 4iso ah, i5rtA ot f aly.
1,:IWlry *U i*tofs r!t4ealfs f n ,mtiroi.
dif f$orws*o iota duO. roivo ("I imp '
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S:se ooo4-olass mail matter.
. .A RV.a A a. P.pO. -
jissK' B Obvqi= PORTS fALOCK.
W.B w. Mau s$warw 8. ao *
DTWa tM SUXM.pIAblItbd every maoru~hlw e-
4 p MoxaTy. deli e4 4 y cBarrier i tbe ol,.
Of xai4 o i1 parrti of b U e staetea' .oo,
ft "re. for $6 1.. *5.60 5 six monnt*. LI5S
S; wor 5 owet5 for 0tO weei-
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A Oerman statistiel.l *irk ha figur-
ed out thit an oidtlarY a irwho llves
seventy ear eati abut #lOiO* v worth
.,.- -._ .. '

Next to Liverpoql rospwE u ^ ,o
the leading e4ttO Mnirkt.t of Eurpe
ik the year IW Bremaen bought i,7 ,-
054. les,

Too many easy chairs at she bottom
of the ladder of activity may ac~ou04
tor the Itae that tthere is always room
at the top.
Iowa 'is nsgi tsi have ue of the larg-

ead$a otl&in IoIst oo)&tam, 0 to = 1C eit antd 0most. paKfl ien corn places
r wsllnet sd $5 eease fr eact* ,ever buwi& at thei elXhisb aO the $.L,
Iasestr diioay sYdrsai gS mBa e ktUws L-Otis Fair.
n app00aho0.
.tt -a- d-Wee Sun is aibt-pt. *e., Few mtea arrive *ddently at the top
ltiyta k paper. iubiZtwo ed ve'ry of tbe bhitlSuccea l addenly
w, f T wtli. .cm e.. a <,o$plte from Virtue-. path to:the slough
i' r of l the week. loval. stltt *L4sd t,i 7
" 'ld Vl bie matedt puet gc e tre. to a Of depravity.
OA oflethe U iWedSt te6 or Canad. toraio ... ----.--
i .... .. _ __ lU)onU'tI wear a worried look. Think of
AU, 4xettslu bWis blwome due,-a after a'st the tboq*avd$ of people who are mnuch
&&bet . A, .t.A. yit4 o' hF* ..-.- .. a.. 1, > _.L.>.t

Saya e AUe*2d Critcism of Amner.
S an Cavalry t False,
New York. May T.-OGeneralid
^Peirti~,bon wa amovi teeflo*e
erai, o tbhe Xoirth .Gerrman 14oyi
hte rJen aiser W&iernt1 I. wtetb W:
rtve4 at Plymoith yeiStrdar, weho
qst0*O4ed4 regard lgg the eritIlISm of
the A~erlna cavaIry. be S "alleged
to haNve made on the eve of hti eaU,
itl for 'lis home, replied;
'The St.eeat tA. entirelyW flse. MT
posI1ti wieold prevent Bwe frotm ^-*
ing an~ opinion as to the e0titency
of. foreign: troops. I went to Ameart-
ca on a rely private visit and mal*.
IT for the sea .ttrip Oiar stay was
very brie,. only 14 (ai;l .I hbopo to
visit Amereai again and spend mor
tOwe there."
On be fg-Intformed that one Amer-
can pater stated he traveled under an
assumed ntae to Washington to pmo
pose to one of the tbele .Qt the t ep
t-al with whom he ha4 falle In lo*
at Cafro' the general laughed hearttSj
and sa i4d be did not know S1e lady aad
was sorry be had never bees' A Catfr

%* ts 04 xta at. Paratemxs we know toa
e wlaJ be required to pay .-r d t sm tie a litt e----
1tTvu Addresg. T DALY Sr N.
^.... .t. A London seientiti has Uiscovered t| u wfu f f I
........ ... .....-.. -- that grms can be shaken to death. Jta beeo retiring, it ymor Tver to
F, TY MtLL UOtS FOR GOODO K;p this in mind- shake your gerans s afts otout of tne and you teel dn,
RADS. before taking, h.s t p atei Htae ad
When Col. Bronlow of Teunessee in- Man -is probably the only animal
tigeteed a b60 in Congress approrfat.I that Wands fun in kiing!--the onlay ani- And etenbe all rigumt U tMmoraznt.
ag wenty milUion dollar as a fund ual that kills other animals for the
t.e national aidtooroad improvement tun of killing them.
S'the Vnilted Stapes.a good many peo- -____ _'
. weire tartlted as the size of the Tihe average aiiMlE rate ero 'e- .
..;.. The amount, however. eiMS AmeriCta. cotinet is $t1 per to- in .U IM- niard b
| ; smallm comyparod with th sum afrioadlts z.therae-oan similar od
.". at, s.ngl State .w popis .lt from Londoa around the world lto
*.Ia a.spe.d. Th4 New York Lto- SeattleisW 10perton. S L
t walsiq b as adopted a constitutional ---- ---- aT t siMin aase a the wadM.
:i':.,. n tt propog to tae. a teritig .ithe aseaioa of the. Fifty- T. P AM r WW M'W "*
s *ivB~de io~do.IJK.i S*UlI. seventh-Congre", $4IS) bilUs were in-. wkin'lS

r amendment meat pat the L^eg Snuse. Thpa wa tLe wUa*idemie C ?mle sm
l sag, in tte 1, anf tht.n it wilt |of bil.iousneso the zoantry has aWA fo i t nr B
o, fore the people for ratiatio or, a e ot Or-me. is t IS
,.e.ebion. ..It ea a S>ltabl4 be ex- *ma" e.s
1e .4. that the measure will mee. Seral P ew -t u-i isri.t islands, PSrA U P 2s SOltp
with populat. fX-r. The people of it is reported, have been fouad in Sm y W. ,Wallace* r Sr
Yoar have givw the principle ot Sutihern Philippine waters. The navy
te.. a aid a thorough trial and teideprtment, having ei 'overed the,
rep.mtsi have been highly saletaetory. i alnds, has taken steps to chart-er
: On* t( the oble.eitits manlt.ouo dly, theuit as American territory.
,*gsed agasi, both S4ate a ind uiat.ion
l at id. is that it will eleoumrIge Utla. Two thotd nd eDutch Et~e are to be
l c/' ..'ome 9.0 ngt ths e4pove- e nt thv White Hoqse terrace.
,, ma.ta their. r.ad and depend on lt e Thi tpcompm ient may b. in a grea
.. i and Lhfe FJid .deral .a rIrment to ;.menwre- momfyi to K.air Wil5Y-
do the Workah k (fr thlat. B t i b- helm id .ma.y ~tid t.o ic dwe hir tI
o; int hal, proven to t purt-iy .aiagt- try antd for .ie.if he nx ua i torg t,
.' y. In to pine h.,:r tae ad t dg Mn .the war ribs hiven him by {
;,1." b. been t tri ed l.as a .y s Iu* ,lst, ap-- h)i <

peast:d. 4.)n t he 4*u{ima.ry asi .r,x the
* t ta-. trtsiUry 21?ry 2ltibEa.es i cal
* -,.lfhu4p. it aroi*f wits. on
to seenure' a 9shar t .* trt^? ;ai
S fndsz tsteY .. i.g dc.1 i and
.* fo-ldinxtH their h.Antd,- a,- predtKl..ic fcifi^

'*si Oth City of ViAedo,
Ltan! 'au41ty L
Enstik J Ch tiy *sn!ue" on:s thsat hea
*;rtner ar t t. l a'" of F. J
Cthim Ca . C.doi.gbsi.iS in the
Cit.T of Telc'i Coun' ty i a Sche aAea m

Slorida Ea, S Coast Ry.

L LTM CARI No. 48, In Effect April i1, 1903.

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Um U*m "'which tratt-e t-7 ttt ttiv V-> a-otiTe And
aod t tIUU responsaitl for any ay or a. L-uag .a .ce a S

to Elect April IS, 1902.

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t esor .a Loa..l Tiut. CrtX or o AE 1BB, AASt. Gen. Pa2%. Agent. .T. .
NKM-n Ifto der tomakne c ndetkmi at Ora0nge City !nctji-"on w- A-tin"t Cin ust Tin
k~lvt ? 244- *,.the ass olmeruisseiton tbe Qr~njws City Ltran U-hi knOYWU I in will run. on.'
the o"Uaw*fr ckewbai C0MMIensliwU IAV4. IWMI
i & emr cr-I -
^M'^h'* -'J~counnIu aWr C-kkw- e^ sokj __ .* ^* '.'

local ai tn ai .i, ,a re-iti a ; great s: 34 1 a t.d lhat said: trt wi. pay 0iheIC. ... .. I r Ant lta '.4 'C tI5' I": n
del soer mot y xt,< .d.r t;he a.r, :mt ltn d De. for each and a evry, h s i t kOB for.e. g, City .* ... 4x ....e e r s. t p
of.St.mt aid th ; .Aw d 14 ,beWfore. at of Catar.r.C that I A viery itnprtai. tdvada.Ago that 'by .h ow Aof Haiia Ct i trr Ctirtoe. S ll -'
corona font State aid ti inieMtIgent F .i. Cn ave,.
S .perviston in may Oiig llt r s le- S rton twfore biite aut subebe d t via .
isgl ma .!te hridal and in me thlfods o in u m y p vt eep. i D. th day B r I
-. tt'uetion. This maky mean all the dtif- % A , th
ftreace between sUrCeW and failure st. NOWary Public. ALL LS LCAR WhoSale Liquor Dealers.
.. ery year amdliune .o th peop--le's
hb a -caned ,dola.4 s stare wasted, vir- HW l'f Catarrh Cure is t aken J iintersa- ...
*t Iy throws away. in truittless ally, atnd aacts dirt oyn on the blA .
t au%,Ms surfa es ut the swtom. Sekud
t s it o pa wh I r 68p + 1bad r oad ,* to tiU i ^ S ^ ^ ^ *1 .tidt l n tl ai1e^ ^$ f 8 1 -. ei ofnm J .
ma a to upr, r h .I c. To, D rl T Bot. Lemp Brewing Company's St. L
nnecwmtry .steep grad*, all be uaust Sold hy a ll D)ristgIs 'r Key Trad O r
U~S4r is ne il chare with he A .e est. [IU iely .U SpecWty. Prices
knO*, lt* d jiudguvi1t .iaJ aitAtho.rity O9,,e > T ,ranspor.ati,.,. 0 1EA 'aS OSS o App1 action.

What is said of th0v advantage of mnoNs seful tUrue rs f e Al iS.:
.hState a. SapiteaH the more ftorhh tly W t y ti. wl to :p :tr 1: this .. .

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:eliieve They Are F ng
s to Turpentine Trust.


44#rmbers of Gainesville Association Be-
lleve That Present Low Prices of
0S pirits Are Attributed to Promises of
Jacksonville Trust.
IThI turpentine operators who be-
log to the Gainesville distriot con-
ened in this city Thursday morning,
'ith perhaps the largest attendance
eVer known in the history, of the asso-
1ittlon. The proceedings were not
.ade public, but from the best infor-
mation obtainable it is very certain
that the operators are laboring under
tiie impression that they are not being
treated quite fairly. They believe that
the present low price of spirits, which
has been prevailing for some time, has
been made possible by the Cousoli-
dated Naval Stores Company of Jack-
sonville, which company, they claim,
Bas agreed to deliver their spirits to
aXrpoters at Savannah prices. From
wa$tcouid be learned, it is inferred
wbatA gr at number of the operators
hve Already decided to transfer their
lisdnesu to some other point.
The operators are apparently in
rnest in the matter of bettering
ot r present condition:' They declare
bI1.t is no reason why the price of
SiPits hou.1! have fallen off to such an
rmftig degree, and are determined
|t tto become victims of what they
Irp a turpentinl trust. Arrange-
IntOs have been made for a meeting
wtween the operators of the Gaines-
lle and Ocald associations for the
.tpose of deciding on some definite
of action in the matter. The date
I the meeting will' be determined
a y a Persistent Cough, but Perma-
J[ nently Cured by Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy.
Mr. H. P. Burbage, a student at law
in Greenville, S. C., had been troubled.
for four or five years with a continu-
ous cough which he says, "greatly
alarmed me, causjng me to fear that I
was in the first stage of consumption."
Mr. Burbage, having seui Chamber-
Win's Cough Remedy advertised, con-
Iluded to try it. Now read what he
lays of it: "1 soon felt a remarkable<
Change and after using two bhot tles of
the twenty-five cent size, wias perma-
nently cured." Sold by all druggists
and medicine companies.
American Failure In Philippines.
..New York, May 7.-The Daily Marl
today publishes the first of a series
of letters from Percival Landon, its
Special correspondent at Manila, show..
tar the American failure in the Phil,
ipplinea, cables The World's London
wepre-nt ativee. Mr. Landon declared
tatth-.Artellcflkn' campaign has made
no imnprefsloniln the lalands; that the
.flrg line Is co-extensive with the
eat line aad that a. feeling of utter
aseacurlty prevails at headquarters.
he correspondent assertsn that In a
country depending entirely upon .grL
feature for Its prosperity the land Is
being largely abandoned. Te says
It is time for the United States to
decide whether there might be a re.
eoiiideratlon of Its policy of the past
E.(w rears

Nei -Led all' oarm smedsii&

p^^dy-- JAMRS F. BALLARD 84. SCOt
For Sale by Johnson Bros.. Gninesvilleo
. . ... II. .. m .....I .
..ik J ~ AL d A,,,ikdL A -A _Mi..L A L b. A k A A ML M& LA JL~ iLmL +

Miss Alice M. Smith, ol So.
Minneapolis, Minn., tells how
woman's monthly suffering is
permianerntly r'eieved by Lydia E.
Pinkhawm's Ve1etablc Compound.
tav' uev'r before giv11n e miy en-
orsrmnet for iu:y m edicinel. b1ut
IIi(u i : Pinkihalms Vegetab)le
< l nt ll 1| lius. ;,;(ld d So 1 -1111l to ily
lif' .n.n i .i'pi,.'s th:.t I feel like mak-
i 1T n ti.l <. x.',t.,,n in this case. For two
vc:'.r5rs tvt,-y moth I wo\vld have two
A..'s of ;ever'e paiu an( could find no
r'.'.if, but o)1< d:\y while viMting a
f:'icnd I ran airosrA Lydli:I E. link-
unl.ls vet l(ble('t (oiipo.nd,-
she had. usedi ii with th best results
and advised me to try it. I found
th;ut it worked wonders with me$ I
now experience no pain, and only had
ttr-se a fw bottles to bririg about
thisv'tnderful change."- Miass ALIC
M. SMr ru, 804 Third Ave., South Min-
neapolis, Minn. -000ooo forfeit If ,,lginal of
above letter proving genuinenesa cannot be pPoduced.
MTlany womtlen suffer silently
andmi see thei r best gifts fade tway
Lydlia E. Plnlldhana's Vlogetabld
Cmnipound makes the entire fe-
male organism- healthy.
Mrs, Piplkham will give every
ailing woman expert advice en-
tirely fr S. "he has helped thou-
sands. ddress Lynn, Mass.

Janitor of Bank Fotally Wounded by
Unknown Party.
Chicago, May 7.-A dispatch to The
Trlbune from Charlotte, Mich.. says:
Janitor Phineas Ballard, of the First
National bank, was shot twice through
the body and fatally wounded while
attending to his routine business at the
close of banking hours last night. The
weapon used was a revolver, which to
kept constantly in the cage occupied
by the paying teller. The back door
Is fastened by a spring lock and an ar-
rangement crossing the entire width
of the door. Thi@ihad been removed,
Indicating that some one had passed
outside. Nothing was disturbed, the.
vault not having been tampered with.

SOut Oeldes PavtPicme.ml
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Men We Want to.Talk To.,
k believe that ift r, ,/dat, i/ (aiinaeillc d ,e9 1a (A *l1t/, nj .p .-.
if every i, m n ,( f rtl"i'j; A ] <: e fl the p'osi'tiv f(rts.s iln thfe -s(- e/ftI
every man in Gailntsri,'c ,'dould Come' tstrcai'{ht to .s .fu.r Cill hi'. 'ac sh week we wIw i //p fi. ( tittic org'mnio(nt iN this sWijfe.c.. 'lhis
week's argufwnt is tdi er' l




i I


Buying the beot is the oeseneo
of true economy. Good clothing
is cheaper than poor clothing-no
matter what tIhe rspective prices
may be.

".l We sll ethi b'wat clothing that
<' the prices t,'c notf high-anu rc;rol-
lent suit for 'ither' businessts or
der'e< IeIr w (In b,' boaghtp for the
Pm oct mn qf md" $12.,(X), ind it will
outCfI'elir' nhi/ tho uits thate o'rdi- I
14i4/ n' 1m, hlpelltrius lontf qiffcr the' averfaqfle
fl w'ri.l/',sr a id .o'( ifn/h,, ,. '

Nto+r-When t 1,| a l plit 1h11:11.---.. --,,, ..
as he gets the "I' .t-*llo tl-ngp- i.)
World," made by tl1w I niets WFehlo a
lrosi. & Co. of r l, Itinote, All th' e

garmen tshear this babel-


Will stoR your rent and buy
you a home. For information ....
o TakeThe Atlantic Coast Line

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Too Great a Risk. VI U ,:,* U tUso.t.i1 31 f* v 4aao' rat
In almost every neighborhood some-
e has died from all attack of.colic or
esdied from an atack ofclc or Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Seervje
rent morbus, oftei before meedicine i pi
rbt'eproured or a physician suni- In in ettet April 14, 1904.
A reliable remedy for theserb 0A1 Arri.Pr
should. be kept at hand. 6.The ea p #t h'4.,il:, i r 'rt.t koUb ._orAT iE IJ,. E A rrtiv r,
Stoon'reat for any one to take. aw t rry d tr
Tmberlainr Coly Chbler and 4. f..... .t.. '" .. .... ,,mthr -*ity
:Dirrhoea Remedy h s undoubtedly i...... ...i.... ... t ..- i
saved the liv"e of more peop e a :nd...12re- 872 Oc1l. Aibu nd A T11 p. ad 9
Il ted-mo 4e, pin ndtu fiiirig than I leniatt P_ nt* ,,ty
Any other medicine in use. It can al- .... J. Mf" .- .i.. .. .. .....
Way be dpepd.ed upon. ot sale by .1
alltdragglsts and medicine eompanien pepolt t lifeti io 5 l
Subraerline Cable Company. SHN T N 0. a:.. ..... .ab... ...
Se attle, Wash., ~iy 7 -Articles o .__. .._. _ .. f $ P h
Incorp aton for the. North Ameritan -- '. ... ... ... ...
Telerpliah A able company which i M 1 A e mi
lVdrovId. for the bmfldlng of a subtniiW 01 o.t M ean i
tine cable ftrom Seattleito Vaide and l
'other Il.41 :%ll othe.1tteo r na"tab~e "f*ora it
.ther potntes i Alas.ka. and thence to 01 s& Vaw.wu aot i .tv ---t--ve .W--O.. .......
IIA hri tn iled herm Thli etrits Mwer o tnakerE'n ve a& Is as el s
006 t.l dA4** i 1. eN11 *' o o 1 I i .l 7.1 ri
ot a Sick Da y Since. tlfo*140 W*A*ax4a S DU*.
.. it ee' taemn ver *sicek with kidneaY W Sr Mti* M i f e ar iw a 'tt ,*: 0i tb'aait al t Oe a l ge od o oet W mils of sotbl

ow1"s OA" qi tow, 0 lp ...... to. rn wV V 4 n su nt$ Q

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Southirn Music House,


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Farminglmplement ts

Kalls. Iron, Wire, Pipe,.P i-
tags, Belting, Packlog,etc.

1 mirij t In II(. r Liao. H4Il l d tI al l

(lot On1 or fOur atloei0.

Baird Hardware Co.,




Highest Market Prlcos Paid.

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MuAX 1tRAU ~ ,i

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One" Cent a Word. )

Advertseuients of ten wviorsa orore ae4 4
Wtes hea4 tnserte d forOne Cent A WV1or` 0el'i
(p advaQee. eatoh inseritoti. '
Please answer advertteneate as as 4ri"id
in the advertswoment.
The ooutidenoq or all pero ns InstrMne .*no
tloei adMgnqd with Ifltiilam will, be ..peMo

E.) YOU wnrt t aeBwltng inaolhineP XtfsQ ^@
buy untl you lnre seen xno. Ieaa o iM( i,:
money, I kM on hanud the best .*ait u|a ;
needles, tltatohments aolultXureo" orIl ai
of maohlnoe.. Old mathlnie asken st
ohanui Seoond-haid machines a yttO s
prie. Call on o at addre C, A. W. T IltoM
avent The inSter Mft o Co., P,0, nui1iIW
itdnoaville, Flaw. 44aw tt

W ANTID Men tto learn barber trade Short
taeo rtequired by oUr nieth)d,. Pl'ratl d ex-
it, ioe oe. oxvert ilimtt'otlnol, Mo. Ut.. hlt \r-
Itl IitVI'I \ t'.)] C) il 1 OXn110.11" (tools. a tim ols'otdilyIt-
herit tr il' nly dluti tlt1ind for hart rbe' itiallt

Mlatliushlek Pianos,


loiet piatot for Lhih trYiItr oltnimat, t.dat ndsto
Ltuie lonlirr tUaI otherpa, otiqotructedl of
hO~L 1111toerialt. oin iit arttiakt
worlmtaTnatiM | obtlaitble.
l'p to date in every
lot.ti I trd Un-

Sold by us contlnuotIuly for
without. a singlfailurhe. If you
want a piano or a llfetlmeo'
service lny thet
lmatlhumhe It T
Pritee as low aS I0 totlMtenlt ith .Lash or i utI ttu" Icfiii. M ve1 Ot IfItdayy,'
trill, Weo IuV 'fr IlIltt. Write

Ludden & Bates

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ORIDA, MAY 8, 1903.






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" .iG'A'.I' -ou-.TILL Dg ",- 1f .

S TiEB t BLUEi INo. 837, making an annual appropria COU 0 CIL IN SPECIAL SESSION.
SUNDAY tion for the Unlkersity of rForlda, at
S, U N D AY.BLUE. .. ,
lLake City, to mhke up deicit ca sed They Become Agitated Over Proposed
LAW WA M NDED by shrinkage of intrestonier l= Amendments.
LAW M AMlEND D bonds; referred to the colaimit Oln At a special meeting of the City'
S -- education. ( Council yesterday the following reso-
Senator Blount Offers Bill Ex- By Mr. Wall of Putiani--House bill lution was passed:
pting the ewpapers. o. 338, to appropriate money for the 'Whereas. It has been suggested to
empting the newspaper equipment of the gymnasium in con- the City Council of the city of Gaines-
S~-. inectioMn with the Univenity of Florida; ville, that efforts will be made at the
M'CIFEARV ON ROAD DISTRICTS referred to the committee on educa- present session of the Legislature to
tion. change the charter of the city of
Wants the State Divided in This Man- By Mr MNcameeof Hil'sboro-1louse Gainesville, so as to provide for the
ner., So That Districts May Properly bill No. 204, requiring persons, firm, issue of bonds for public purposes to.
be Cared for-Other Interesting cOrporations, ass.iocitiions or- their the extertof only 15 per cent instead
agents doing the business of lending of 20 per ceut of the assessed valuation
News of the Legislature rnadlvanci wngmoiy for whichiinterest, of all property assessed for taxation,
Senator Bloiunt, in tihe Senate commission, inspection fees, or other which change in our opinion will not;
Wednesday morning, annoinc'd that reimineration as charged, secured by be sufficient to carry on the improve-
a spasmn of virtue existed in Pen- mortgage, bill of Pnle, power of ittor- ments of the city as iti should be done
sacola to 1wlt an .t th:t t.he cir- iyV, or anly other hlegii transferr of per- in the future; and
-acolation nrd saile o f n Wiers social .*,ro, prolthibn ad all of ndl eit. rttler d stieh l i orh advncs ; or anSy p.ron, in said charter that only those owning
iproltioEd on ('X n< PiT f r .f lirm, curpi,ration or association doing real estate, or the heads of families
a billto except nep'l.lplrs from the the business of procuring any such whose wives own real estate, shall be
operation of tht Snday laws of the lon or advances for borrowers ulon allowed to vote upon the question of
State of Florida.
atnder a stisnsion of he, rules the any sbiich securities, and charging uch tihe issue of bon Is, which provision in
borrowe-rg commissions, inspetion ar out judgment is unfair, unequal and
S bill wa passed by a vote of 21 to 6, other fees for their services, to bay a unjust to many of our best citizens
and certified to the House. State licensed tax of one hundred and w
The joint resolution calling for a fifty dollars per annum; and provide a who have thousands of dollars of per-
conus(ittitoinl convention for the penalty for violation tihreot; Jeferret sonal property upon which they pay
United States relative to the election to the counnit,te, oi general legisla- as muoh tax as those who own real
of United States Senators by direct on. estate, and who are just as much en-
vote of t(e people, vetoed by the Gov- < C r V -ASSE STCPPED. titled to a voice in' the matter of the
ernor on Saturday, cane up under the.. issuance of bonds; and
orders of the (lay; all differences had r -, i: Effort to Close Whereas, It is further desired to
been adjusted before tihe ssion r I I aiWra amend said charter, so as to !rente a
opened, and the matter was (disposed .. : rthe municipal office to be known as
of by tlhe Senate suwtuinii'g tlh (iov- v : .. : Gov rrinln g for s v- Mnunicipal judge, whose duties it shall
ernor's veto by a vote of 6 yeas, 21 ,' '. .: y ,'en anan- be to try and determine all offenses
nays on the proposition, "Shall the dr ,,I against the ordinances ou the city,
joint resolution pass, thile veto of the N, "( N ,rthc n pt will Pe made to which provision in our judgment is un-
Govornor not.withstaitding." iien'd ; it l't I( %) o It e( uitil the river necessary and a useless expenditure of
Senator Crows called up House bill 14 :,'AilN witli., it.is brials. Over $150,. the money of said city, as the duties
No. 57 in the Senate this morning, and (t0.)' ..;, bert "'i"nded in the effort to which would be imposed upon the po-
r a short talk secured. W- h le -he effort lice judge are now discharged by the
fe a unihort talk seured itsll pasroae b t ed,the prportn of mayor of the city, without additional
bt l 1. Inuir r,,..iVte, The bi po n th b k h '., hso ,I~h r cost or expense; therefore be it
bnilbts the obstruction of any county as to rnatii ally curtail the damage cost or eese therefore e
or settlement road, and prescribes a done. Resolved, By the City Council of
penalty. Senator Crews said that The river here today is 18.1. which the city of Gainesvile, in body as-
lumbermnen went into the country, Is 2 feet and 3-t(tiths below the highest sembled, that we disapprove of these
felled trees across settlement and pri- water th-i season amendments which are sought to be
vate roads, and as there was no law to made in the charter of the city, and do
protect such roads the lumbermen al- fl AlEAll .l!A hereby request our senator and repre-
ways refused to remove such obstrue. sInIIl I tatives in the Legislature not to
tons. embody such provisions in the said
The Senate disposed of a number of W W charter, and that they pass the bill
bills on second reading, which were amending chapter 5104 of the acts of
amended or ordered placed on the cal- the Legislature of 1901, in conformity
endar of bills on third reading. with the request heretofore made by
Other measures were ntroduced as WO now is ad t this council. Be it further
follows: Resolved, That the, clerk of the
By Senator Williams-To amend ContrOL council be directed to immediately
section 8 of the laws of Florida, re- forward a certified copy of this resolu-
lating to thileholdinofrimarie. ---- tion to the senator from this district
By Senator MeCreary-To provide and to each of the representatives
for a division ,of the counties of the Our Vinol is Making a Won- ^fro Alchna county.
The vote of the council on the reso-
State into road districts, and to pro- derful Record In Curing lition was as follows: Ayes-Alder-
vide for thiu appointhntnt of conmin- n1<(1 McArthur, Lynch and Doig.
ilonerse This Dangerous Nays-Presidont Broome and Alder-
sn ll Ped rick.
Ily Sonattor iunt -T1o provide for D .aSe
Peirvlco by publdictl,'' it upon prtilit's i it World Wide Reputation.
certain il ses. _____ White's Cream Ve rnifuge has
By Sonntor Stoclkton-To rgulate achieved a world wide reputation as
the rlle f mbalmnig anto pr CALL AND LET US TELL YOU ieg Kthe Ibet of all worm destroyers,
h rh,, ,~ n ,.- CALL AND LET US TELL.Y0U and for its tonic infliutence on weak and
vide for thtIe lpinmltminriit oif It board of unthrifty children, as it neutralizes the
mb1lnintifig. ABOUT IT. acidity or sourness of the stomach, inm-
ily Henatir I'altlktner-To punili proves their digestion, and assimnila-
crimlinally any iono found guilty of tion of food, strengthens their nervous -
crmUnally tiy pication of false rin iy system and restores thei to the
auing the puletio of false re- Boere In & letter that has Just come to health, vigor and elasticity of spirits
ports. our attention.. It will interest people natural to childhood. 25c at Johnson
By Mr. VWells if Ilillsboro-H-ous, *ufftering from blronchlal troubles. It Bros.
bill No. 862,.to imlind chapter 4212 of lis from Mr. Geo. W. Brown. of So. Illan-. -
tho t hws of Florid.a lpperoved May e, overL N. I., and reatdst follows: CHICKEN BONE CAUSED DEATH,
1888, entitled un a <. to better protect bles for other a year; tried two dotors Wealthy Woman Victim of Strange A.
the oyster beds of this State, arid to .nd have taken three or four kinds of cident at Charlotie, N. C.
Fhirida, aplprvt.il May 17, 10 kli. it, gii gool. At tiiuso I was SO hoarse lee a l o of a, N
'oaan1.tln ou uot speak. Then I heard of l.,>- a weath womaBn o Buffalo. N.
* entitled ain ait to anilied ut'itlin *2 of Vinuol. After taking three bottles of Y.. died at the Bluford hotel in this
said chttlpter -t21: nid to pltermiit t-h* j it my voice hts nperftctly returned to city ait 9 o'clock this morning from 'the E
taking of niaurail oysters for tranls. m1-e. I canii see tt hait in a 'hort time I efft, planting arti hcial oyster beds; r,-, will bl tall right. Wh- I began to in her throat.
frd to th'onite on lisHm. ake it I wls ry weak, bt t had S he was on her way home from Flor A
ftiv d to thil tuiniue tuil~it, i ri(sI -built me up end gi'vei sue a g'oidt rppy- Ida. anI ls omtpanle y .e h
Iy Mr. Johnsti i of Liberty---loui. tite." da, an wa accopaed by her has.
bill Nit. I17, to apply the I tanciie f th. This is *whlt Vinol always doe. land. Thie hone became lodged In he
ment rl',etn ar!iing from the college. Th is the waty Vimil tieinuplmijslws j throat yesterday at noon on a diin!
oiltitotn i of dSinig p|itod. -(a-i- III
thions i tie hie ,il"f Sqt t' pris niwrs tI V luol, usawi, wish every one to know, ---

thi firty .ti t .tdferemnt count iv,. of oI ilt. oes< ItS power of aceotipliihing the Proposition Reported Unfavorably.
S Stait o i l.rIt: rerlvrr-dl to tIe ceont- i t that it effects to the fact that it | l nladelphia, May 7.--Th propoal-
'cotll ains theo ln< \volltt|e tl uti nu cdina; t to 4 -* /. .
anintteto ,, nr > l;u>.< tI-latonO | i.s ioiwn ig &fu- t c ti t' eht'mi'nt- hmntiwa toseict-eo foor the cure u
By Mr I;r i,.tii ot .lhdis.i ni--.loti j.t f all wantsting ii(a.sas, as well as be- tt t'ls copal church was report-
bill No. ;:i. I .: o 'litcin l1 of ing in itself a ntmrvelouls ltini,. TheiO t. :i ian orably by the committee at
haipte'r f. Ill, l .! lW'- i vs ,ii l-io'lridl, ,p,- muedihcu al proiw rthsecxisntindhave'herfe- td 4'.5 s.ion of the Protestant Epis-
t' i ofolrt beau found only in c- -lu-iver oil. coal chur h of the diocese of [ \uniusyl
proved Ma) :, l101. rutiing to l' Vintcolntaints these e~tents. For by vanis. ltshov Whittaker In his ad.
holding of lp,,iti il'.ariS, in tIe ,. aehtitiR pen rtcssa thie ltetisarvy urr- dre,s Yvt-rday oppose a change ol
S tatiLe of lorid rfrr .-d to tr h o..-ie i tlive prtoprtela of the el-liver oil hav nat i pot a spi
inittet' on pr'iv lvtZ's rlt h ht( ihImit ix-en separatedI firom the fat wild e" t&t9t6 to onsider ta .nnoaa n
IW.pnrt 1 n I loei whieh formerly nitade o x-liver oil P.trep I a.d
y Mr. lopk ., lts bil rations so obttlta ........- t-it tT ih.lr conclusions to the coo.
No. 8,2, to rin'>jur thr rli ri upri tt4turt Atrlt 1, av \iiiil does noth noteotaiin tny vvntinn trho conimIttee recommtind
S -i-t'iiledt and dltrinoulli caseM's tnriuthlilt of the vilo-iMbllirng oil, and is plre- the adoption ot the following resotu
before it which haiv- l,-i tried li.fonre parvd by coml tling the oiin ht.-after t iln t, it-sttled, That in the opinion
Jurie. in the it'rcil t 'ioirt f th i rrorties with I. d hlicate. dta lt wie or the die ose of tennsylvanla. any
Utatt, and which rgiri- trom hy jury praparat -d change of the msuae of the Protestaat
ill tle, event of a retnv'rratl ot t i rjudg. iPr, pr "ptsti ial chuh'of the Unilted States -
MOMre tidenrtd il hlit t1. We know of what We Spea when would be inexpedlent."
terrl to theonunito on judiciary. we recommendA inol, and because.
1: fe rr W t o t~h ov o m mi itt vo i Ju dli cia ry . . C.. . . .r. .iv irt e d air E!!, 1 d~ta = *ff i

v'yA Mr. Johnson of l~seo---oue. W O IOW 1l*a VllO1 Otll WC
il) o. 84t, to pivitde for the for m r C r it we tnhcslitttag ly en -
1tture o .the land grant to t he Florida | dSC it, and guarantee at any time
Coatuisine Canal sand Transportation to refunld tle ac4t ey pail for the
om. y -ato4 to restor, s.u mark SIl to or reery for 4 We

Mamta, May 7--Colo'e*l Auredo San
toe and( oiokne Matircelo Dnietartusl
iaders i of the iueeat tasurt etina in
Rlta provlance,, bhay beenm cuivlcteud
of biazndae. and cotmra3 eyr d have
been seantence4, to 4*et.- The s
premier "out o il wtha-t ea k.

on't I ak'e s
bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until the flV
secretes enough bile to make the intestines
execute their natural functions. Unnat-f
continual and increasing doses to
atta. the reults. lliC 1

For Sale by Johnson Bros., Gainesville
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In Seed or Lint, Large or Small Quanitlte&,


made. Warehouse charges free. Firm offers
made by letter or wire., Correspond.

ce SOllClted.

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DODGE & CULLENS Owners and Prop.etos


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Is plainly shown when you con-
stilt us about those Dress Goods.
In fact, here you can master the
touch of individuality as at no
other house.
We are now at the height of the
season. All the different cloths
for Spring and Summer wear-the
choicest prevailing fabrics in col-
ors and white goods are here, re-
vealing the master touch of indi-
vidualityf which comes from the
personal suggestions and directions
of our buyers.
Are now at their best, and you
should not fail to see the many
handsome patterns now on display.



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". 4

wake of Arthur 'MIlhI of School of
'' l 'I" "Social Economy.
N%'e York, May 7.-t a meeting
01 qnOer the auspices of the Social-
ti terry society Arthur Mills, of
City, principal of the Internar-
aal School of Social economy ,
14 of the manufacturers versus
**trades unions, declared the work-
i eni would never be able to rest
e power of the Manufacturers' asso-
t1ation by strike and boycott. (t
.oa;ed that it would go to Washing-
l; and the workingmen wou-d have
o go there, too. If the New York
oWorkingmen, however, would vote for
)iemselves at home they would not
,*'ve to send any lobbyists to Wash-
:ngton. One of these days a working-
iilan would be president and they
IWDOld have their own mayor and
oernor. He continued:
"The Manufacturers' association has
.ime none too soon. It represents, as
itt claims to do, the greatest conmbi-
stion of employers the world has ever
|inown. It is pledged to the destruc.
aon of the power of trades unions and
complete control of the powers of
itate for the private benefit of the
iHmnployers of labor. It boasts that
It ls open and defiant, secret when
'ltat method is most, effective and at
i,-.times relentless in its warfare. The
3anpufacturqrs association claims to'
r the liberty of the, Individual
worker, but the fact is that the work-
tils utterly without economic liberty
except as secured by his or antzatlon
and in spite of-not with ter help-
of his employers."

Tar and Feathers Applied to College
.Columbus, Miss., May 7.-At the Ag-
jIrcultural and Mechanical college, at
Atarkvllle, Miss., C. L. Hinojosa, a stu-
dent from Monterey, Mexico, was
caught in the act of concealing him-
self In the apartments used by the
girls' of the institute. He also wrote
the most shocking stories about some
of the most highly respected girls at
ate school.
When it was established that he
was the guilty one, a detachment of
students took him from the guard-
house Saturday night and carried him
tow the woods nearby, tarred and then
compelled him to roll over and over
again in a bed of feathers.
They then dispersed, and he remain.
ed in his deplorable condition over
night. He 'was sent to hishomeSun-
The X-Rays.

Recent experiments, by practical
tests and examination with the aid of'
the X-Rays, establish as a fact that
catarrh of the stomach is ott a disease
of itself, but that it resmlltts from re-
eated attacks of indigedll io)n. "How
an I'Cure My Indige-iot? Kodi
Dyppepaia Cure is curing thousands.
It '111 cure you of inuli gs'tion and dys-
pepsin, and prevent. or c irft cntfarrh of
the stomach. K(odol digests what y(ou
eat--makes the stfuoneh sweet. S6id
by Bodiford & Mc(Do)llum.

It is believed that Castro has Matos
hi a trap and that the Venezuelan rev.
olution will soon be ended.
Postmaster General Payne announces
that he proposes to purge the postof-
flee department of all dishonesty.
jhe Florida legislature has been
asked to pay a fee of $165,000 for ser-
Ticee rendered In getting the Indian
war claims fund.
Three cadets have been expelled
from the Georgia Military college at
Milledgeville for refusing to march
behind a negro band.
Final permission has reached the
Italian, British and Germcan embas.
sales at Washington to stgn, with Mr.
Bowen, the Venezuelan protocol.
It was stated In the Italian hanmber
of deputies that Great Britain is will-
Ing to reduce her sea armament if
the other powers will do likewsle.
On his trip through New Mexico
President Roosevelt was warmly greet-
ed. At Sant.a Fi. the president actt'sd
eged -fiather at the christening of aj
$on of a tough Rider.
The a.rsaasanation of Attorney Mar-,
cUtn caused a relgn of terror at Jack-
son, Ky. Men were afraid to eater
the courtboqr e ands Mrs. Marcum had I
to care tor her husband'a oarpee.

Pa*ltern and Growers of Long

Slad Cottoa will fiXd

[t to ther katsre to c mnni*

** wesasasWAn




obe,Be srtDlqease. ravel, >J | 1 l
Dropsy, male Troubles.
Don't become discouraged. There i ,
icure for you. If necessary write hr. Fentur.
He has spent a lsio thno curing just s3 l
uses as yours. All cosultations Free.
"A grayl lodged la my bladedr. After
using a'tlW bottles of Dr. Fenner's Kidney
ind Backache Cure I passed a gravel half as
argo as ai marble. The medicine prevented
turther formations. I was cured.
W. T. OA KES. Orrix, Va."
Druggists. 50c.. $1.AskforCook liek-Free
T"V1TSlUANCE; :SureCure. Circular. 1Tl


"A tape worm eighteen feet long at
least came on the scene after nmy taking twI3
CASCAIETS. This 1 in sure has caused mn
bid healthi for the past three years. I am still
taking C;tscarets. the only cathurtio worthy ot
oLiJOe by be o nile proilcl."
Gs o. V BuoWLm, Baird, Missa.

Plea ant. alatia, e. t TaOte Good. Po
Uood, Never Bicken. Weaken. or Gripe. t10e., scwo,
Slerikn Attmssi tcampany. i,5ssaro. xttral. Neir York. MiS
-TO-UAO 5h1fsnd (nrnnlwpedby1 ly drugi-
404 0-u K~z~i)3s1.s 1.o0 I U'i yTObacoo u 1ablL

SUE LUse BitGltfor innotural
d ihcitsarges inflaiUmatUo0in,
G1ratnti irritations or ulcerations
t o1trlrtuo o( u, co u tu iebrane.
~Pt .wt. c Palnless, and not autrit-
:IEMVAN6 IM L gent or poisonous.
INW |TIi ,old b, Rrmmlte,
aA 'or sent id plain wrapper,
by express, prepaid, for
$1 .00.or 3bottles.63. .
Circular sent on requis b
Jj IN I | i O I _otl s II -

South Side Square,

t;,.ioesv'lle, Fila

Ilarnes mlook. across the hiall nitu Snuill'
GAIN WFIlLLSO. .lo iii )A,
Dealer In reat vtate.4 Thorougihly posted
w'ib every seotlon of land In Alistiui touuty.
Oorrespondenoe solicited.
and Made New.
We buy or sell PFurniture. ,or ,un tiontract
with you on the comintstion bos.. I'i Patronsie
solleited and satisfaction always,



COMPANY, New York.




Jacksonville. -



WM, SCH4LLEMR. Prorictor.

182 W. Forsyth st., Jacksonville,
Opposltc Potoflh',e.


Beat dining place In city. Fine
Wines, Liquors axd Oigars.

JOHN MENZIES. I' kiprietor.
319-291 W Hay st.. .lite olionvlll',
Faust beer, bottle inil fail to call on inu whli ini Jaicksonville

e.-Visitti, --
The beet Liquore in t I, city. E0nter-
tainment every zffilit ia Roof Gtarden



G. A PusaiWTr, -* l. Gainesville. Florida,

Nic Arend's Saloon and Cafa

Merchant .Lunch from 12 to 2p. n,.
Bartbolomiay RWlhester, alwo Inr
ported Wartwrger ieer oe Draught

Steak, Filh, (hops. (Onme In -seaolo
to omrer. Pool, 0 Billiards, Iowlrin
Alley.,180 l0Wt t


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Gauooeasior to8solle & Ali erman]
Over hDuttorsn A o's Bnik, Galnesvlle
Speolsl attention to Crown ini ridge w
Phone o "
Graduate Baltimore College Dentali Surirery
Five yearn' experlenoe In New York City.
Crown, Bridile work and FllUn Specialties,
OUWICxe I zEDam. BiLOCx, GAIN K1Vi. iI Ei'.A


No..1 | Thrnlghl tho e1Land of the Sky." No. 0u
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14 15 a Ar ... . . i 'lti Ot ii 4, & .. I(.. l4v I O.
N 2s. ani i id ,i< 'liltlisn t tri\'wn n io n s i l btti lli' it sio'ettis o.a r beotwo jutln un ttt,
No.5 No. 1:t lhetweemu ,lck'oii ii it anil the Nortlh stand West No .1 No.
i I0 it 7 45 p 1, L\. JluskotnllvlhI. I'l ,,W. IK .... .. ... A. 1. 0I to 300 t
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S b I p A &u ,v .v, at p
T 7 C li l tin l ...... .... v. 80 th
8 I) tI ,t30 Lil lv. ('iit sclt tin tl, )Ohi ...... lg l ur .. ....... .... Ar. 7 10 a 90 p
530 K) 7 10 it A' hiiitgo. 111 t fjill ot nr .......... ..... .. Lv. It iA I x0 )
Il 10 aK -M;U p ) .v. Cisseiltlitsti. Oilo Peut. UHLiles. ........ Ar kB11 i% tsol0M p
53 $0 p 720 Ui Ar. t'h n...io .. ,. i'nl i.. .,...., ...... l v. 41) p lO i
11 3() 0i It ,H 4 6v Iv. Cllninnlatl (.ito l .. It Moi) ion ........ .....Ar. 740 I .
h r 7 3 it Ar. t. loisgo. Il ........ ., H. & 1). MUo i .. .. iv. 1 ) I" '4 iW
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f> i1) tI 55 at6 r, l'tttishurs l't ....s ..... .. Lv, H ift it lX at
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S. kI 0 1p iv L. L xin le. Ky . I o. Ity . .. Ar ..
3 0 I.v. I.ouinv lil.t Ky .... Ie n. I . ..v. 7 .
Noi. f t t ia d l "'<'hi ltt ao itil i 'hirlli S|l tiail." Solid t vttMUbthi } trisitl >iOtW,.otP .)li'N iIIvillt
and Cin in'iniil. Airivesn ditllv exeot> Mto SnlisVM; let siswtidally ext1eplt Nut11i3n. Tt),' >l'r th'illtah .ni
draw glls rootma s)leetling ctir o tin ('h iagli,) v in 1u ot i'to to to vO lno d vhi llit& 'osMiX ; tl. I'lI'ttlburt'
viti Pennatsivlantu IAtn I.iibrar obs..irvilktion r1t to ioM invllle. Iil-t t.a.eit sis thi lioruttiighi ro lotttl
to (wtlUatioi>o Itw, lining iar t) OneihlnitI. Also T'uesltiv. L''hurmdtity an Sit i Namitiiv, t>r>o tsyi>
Pulllman tie inif ultr i.to Detri' lt.
Now. lit atnd 14 "The li'lorltds I.,lilted.," tiltl tItllhlt( tr' d Pin. 1ulh litn lPrsawaitti rom i m l tseep-
Inic l ttrs. t1 n la'.,-'lw t h rolut hflrt e t aotHi'ttt iti l.l ti g o r, t w l 5wt,.' e .Is I|t|no est|VI(l n tinl l t Inioii
inl, 'hroulhi 1itillltli nn u ltWiltif root l ll te'itpinH 01r41* L ito ;ilo t wi vits 1 ii D i,. Monon 1i)o ltt.i; til

No.s N.i'iS IetWlnil Jinlkwoivillh( iandi Kuiii a Ci'ty Ni. 1,4 No.i,
SitS a 7 .I\ l lv.i Jla tIsonll% lt'I ll .l o. Ity Ar j I ;k qtHmWt Ip
1 1 I I si lA v. I ,Ais ,l .1 swit . A 1 r i i f .i
:i k) : 1 iii A' r M.i\ It, < L . L v I I tu t I i t
iiH i 't ,ii is 11 A A hii iln i Iv iii I p Iii 0 45 it
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SII I r ait I iW. A,.4 1S W 1. ;Way s .,icksomille, 1la.
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UNTY CONDENSED Try that corned beefat gan 'a ar
ket, 'Only 10c per pouud. Itf
TT, J. Perry and his nephew, Peter
matters of General Interest Gath Perry, were in the city yesterday from
ered by Our Reporters. Rochelle.
,,, _ Three scenes from Mrs. Wiggs in the
P:ERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS Cabbage Patch will be shown at. the
,_ _._._ opera house this evening.

':What Has.Happened arid What is Going
to Happen Told in Short Paragraphs
: So That "He Who Runs May Read"
It in The Sun.,
i4 Insure with Cushman & Hill*.
Mr. Bob will appear at the opera
house tonight.
,, Snall payments earn good dividends
In the 8Aandard. See Moyers. tofi-15.
AMrs. 0. .L. York of Arredondo was
shopping in the city yesterday.
Henry Chitty has returned from a
: brief visit to his parents at Micanopy.
Col. 3. Ammons has returned
f" rom a brief professional visit to Talla-
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McCauley of
EvInbton were shopping in the city
For Rent-New 8-room house corner
Orange and Bay streets. Call at
premises. St.
-.Ask your grocer for Owsle 's self-
raising flour. Highest grade and
pure. to 5-4
Capt. A. W. G. Tolbert of Arredon-
do was among those who visited the
city yesterday.
"- After a brief visit to his family in
this City Chas. V. McQueen returned
to Lexington yesterday.
The friends of Miss Elolse Brewer
will regret to learn that she is confined
to her room with sickness.
TI. rainmaster 0. W. Parham of the
Atlantic Coast Line has returned from
a brief ofiloial trip to points in South
g, Florida,
S J F.Canova of Lake City and Capt.
S A. Noel, the phosphate miner of
Hines, were registered at the Brown
House yesterday.
0. W. Wells of Alachua, E. J. Smith
of High Springs and J. W. Williams of
Wade were among, the visitors to
Gainesville yesterday,
T. Goodwin, one of the efficient
. engineers of the Dutton Phosphate
Company at Early Bird, was among
the visitors to this city yesterday,
13. IR. Pound, the clever representa-
tive of the HEqu.ltable Life Insurance
Company, has retqitnied from a very
supecessfntl tript 6 mtnpville in the in-
teredts of his company.
S M, Olyatt of Ocola, manager of
the Marion County Abstract, Company,
Was in the city for a few hours yester-
day. Hie was en route hlote from Levy
county, where Ihe hias been to visit rel-
R. M. Chamh rlain of Tacoma was
1 i the city Wednesday. He states
that his section was visited by a re-
freshing rain Tuesday night which will
prove a good thing for the crops, both
truck and staple.
Tickets for the play can be had at
the following places-: Miller &
Avera's, !lodiford & MeC(ollutn's, John-
0on's Drug Store, Vidal's Drug Store
| and Carter Bros,' Buy one nt once
S and get a rvesrved mat.
After an absence of several month
in Key West aind other poilits, \W. 0C.
0 ollimali, tho piiait ruliner.has returned
to the city. lie rteports nii excellent
: business, his services [hel g in constant
d o tinil wherever lie vsited. Hlis
S fricnlds, howle ver. ute ghid to welcome
S hini .oiuume ~iiiii.
.. People or (itiminsvillv ure now ottierd
in t lniami'e to .i- ow their uuppreitation of
the Sin'lltiry i'y gmvii ih it n nerlit etl-
1. tertalin ei !i t hii < -i'Ve itlu f big stlu -
p.rt'.. r I. i t. ity lhavy \vitiin,,sd tihe practice andid
.,: say thit th,' play will iqtiual to an.y-
thlug lace'd oni th stigO this winter.
." Tho young pvotiih 'e omuiposing lith t ast
^; have eeOn work ng .. weeks, afternoon ild ev iling.
.. ;a-ph-t4lAtrg'le M. .yi,'h of this city
s is in receipt of at lengtliy (itd intlrest-

S ig letter from) his friend, I .i tvnanut
: loland B. Pik ,. who >s now stationed
S at l.cavenworth, Knis, : i tales that
She hlnt the plieasi're of mnttlig Col.,
; Wageonr and Capl, Morton, tformterly
officers of East Flurida Seminary here.
pThey s.peak. hi the highest terms i.f
G.tihtneville and her pieoplt., and of
iL.i Florida Seminary. : Lieuteant
V1li k will graduate from. tim. staifeo.t-
^ .t" Lvenaorth In: .^June of, th

F. A. Teague, a prominent citizen -of
Ocala, after a couple of days spent in
this city, returned to his home yester-
Hlon. Henry S. Chubb, receiver of
the United States land office, has re.-
turned from a trip to Orlando and oth-
er points in South Florida.
Furnished rooms to rent; privilege
of hot and cold baths. For' nformna-
tion apply to Dick's Barber Shop. if
J. L. Medlin of Meredith was in the
city yesterday. He is a prominent
naval stores operator and came to at-
tend the meeting of the Naval Stores
When you want a' pleasant physic
try Ohamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They are easy to take and
pleasant .in effect. For salo by all
druggists and medicine dealers.
Rev. E. P. Crane returned yesterday
from Palatka, he has been on a brief
visit to friends. Dr. Crane' was for
many years pastor of the First Presby-
terian church of that city, and is al-
ways a welcome visitor.
J. N. Craig, the efficient agent of the
Atlantic Coast Line at Micanopy, was
among the visitors to this city yester-
day. lie reports the shipment of
beans, peppers and encumbers from
that point heavy at this season,
Mr. Bob is a two-act comedy, full of
life, energy and enthusiasm. It is a
series of misunderstandings. Who
Mr, Bob is wil keep the audience in
constant suspense and when his iden-
tity Is disclosed will cause much
surprise and more amusement.
H. Poleman, the mill man of Archer,
was among those who visited Gaines-
ville yesterday. lie states that, not-
withstanding the demand for his pro-
duct is great, he has been compelled
to shut down his plant on account of
the scarelty of oars, as he cannot ship
his lumber.
Mr. Joseph Pominville'of Stillwater,
Minu., after having spent over $2,000
with the best. doctors for stomach
trouble, without relief, was advised by
his druggist. Mr. Alex. Richard. to
try a box of Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets. He did so, and is a
well man today. If troubled with in-
digestion, bad taste in the mouth,
lack of appetite or constipation give
these tablets a trial, and you are
certain to th more than pleased with
the resultt, For sale at 25 cents a box
by fll druggists mind medicine dealers.
Capt, A. I. Elmore has returned
from Micaniopy, Tacoma and other
points, where lie has been on business
for the past few days. The Captain
states that he was surprised to find the
orange groves in such a thrifty condi.
tion, for which lie feels very grateful.
He intimates that he may again be-
come a citizen of Alachua county at an
early date, as lie anticipates returning
with his family from Jacksonville,
where he has been residing for the past
two years. He has many friends in
this seotion who would gladly welcome
his return.
Children in Peril.
Some of th0 most anxious hours of a
mnothr's life are those when the little
ones have the croup. Foley's Honey
and Tar is a sate and effective remedy
that never fails. "My boy would have
died from mninitliramueous troup if' it had
not b)tn for Foley's Honey and Tar,"
writes (I. W.Lyneh of Winchester, Ind.
Sold by \V. C. Wallaoe's drug store.

After an alisenme of several days, En-
gneer tGeorge Lyons of the Atlantie
Coast Line has resuimed his duties be-
tweein High Sprhings; Micanopy anid
Citra. (<'orge is greatly impressed
with the air or aomnnhing eles arounim
Micanopy, and says it's the tihneas place!
in tie world. He always spends hia
vacations there, which is evidence
that thlimr is som thing attractive, and
.to take- tlhe eviden ei more convuiinciuRn
he is conitintal.ly humming a song of

his own composition, the title of
which himt friends declare is "Let MNe
l-ive' and tle 'in Dear Old Mieanopy."
A Little Early Riser
Now aild.the i at ibtditine will cure
oinstiiptiioh, biliousn*essl ad troubtltes. WeWite Little Early
Risers are the famous little pill$ that
cure by arousing the sercetionst mov-
ing the bowels gently, yet effectually.
and giving such tule" anmd stte ah -to
the Klai oads of iv te slounacth tadl tTr
hat &Ie 'aMuses f the Ivoubte Ia ve-
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Doesn't Respect Old Age.
It's shameful when youth fails to
show proper respect for old age, but
ut the contrary in the case of Dr.
king's New Lift PUits. They cut off
salad i, 0no matter' how and rrespeet-
Ive of old age. Dyspeplia, Jaundice,
Y'*ve. Cm( tptlon-( aW-yielb T-i-s
perfect Pill. 24o. at all drug stores.
Attention, I 0. 0. F.
The regular weekly meeting of Cen-
ter Lodg6 No, 11 I. 0. 0 F., will be
held in the hall over Dutton's bank to-
night. beginning at 7:30 o'clock. A
full attendance is detireld, and visiting
brothers will rIoive a cordial welcome.
From a Cat Scratch
On the arm, to the wonrt sort of a
Lurna, sore or boll, DeWitts \Witch
Hrael Salve ijs a oikure. In buying

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ensure wtth Cusbmsa & Hill,
0. ayton has returned front
Philadelphia, where he has been for
the past few days on business.,
Mrs. Allce Howard and son, James,
of Jonesville, were among those who
favored Gainesville with a visit yes-
Thomas Johhson, William Phillips
and Vernon Chitty were among the
Micanopy people who visited this city
Walter Turner of Nettleton and W.
S. Jackson of Lake View were among
those who favored the county capitaL
with avisit yesterday.
Mrs. W. W. Stripling departed yes-
terday for DeLand, "where she will be
the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. H.
Oampbell, for a few days.
S. D. Tillman of Campville was in
the city yesterday. He called at The
Sun office and renewed his subscrip-
tion. Mr. Tillman is one of, the lead-
ing citizens of his section.
Mrs. J. W. Ettel, after a few days
spent af that delightful resort, White
Springs, is at home again. She re-
ports White Springs lively at this sea-
son, but is glad to return to Gaines-
Single young men will find the
coziest furnished rooms at the
Brown House Annex, 75 cents per
week to $2. Also several rooms for
light housekeeping. Apply Brown
House office;
W. W. Geiger of Micanopy, who
owns extensive real estate interests in
this city, was looking after his proper-
ties here yesterday. Mr. Geiger is also
an extensive stock man, and owns a
handsontmfarmn at Shiloh, near Mica-
M. L, Moore, the naval stores oper-
ator at Rochelle and Grove Park, was
among the visitors to this city yester-
df. He came forthe purpose of at-
tending the meeting of the ,Naval
Stores Association, which was held yes-
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hutchinson have
returned from Tampa, where the lat-
ter has been for several days visiting
relatives, the family of A. S. Hutchin-
son. She was joined a day or two ago
by Mr. Hutchinson, who accompanied
her home.
A. B..Hart, a clever young man of
Sanford, has accepted a position as
traveling representative of Jas. A.
Abrams th this city. Mr. Hart is pos-
sessed of a most affable nature, and
will no doubt meet with the success his
efforts deserve.
One of the scenes in the Cabbage
Patch will show a Friday afternoon
program in a rural school. The second
scene will show Mrs. Wiggs preparing
to goo th to the theatre. Third scene will
show Mr. Redding entertaining the
family at supper.
For Over Sixty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used by children while teething.
It soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pains, cures wind colic, and
i the best remedy fordiarrhoea. Twen-
ty-five cents a bottle. Sold by all drug-
gists throughout the world.
If nature was as kind to Homer
Brown within the boundary of a ten-
acre field as it has been on one hill of
cucumbers,. Homer would soon be a rich
man-that is, If cucumbers were
worth much in the market. He is one
of the most successful trucker, in this
section, owning a farm in Cunningham
Lane, lie has an excellent tract of
cucumbters comprising ten acres, and
brought to this city yesterday a curios-
ity in the form of three well developed
cukes growing upon one stem. Should
this cotiiditio have prevailed through-
out his tract it would have been equal
to thirty acres of cukea at the price cultivating tee.

(from Our Special Correspondent.)
Tallahassee, May 7.-Hon J. T.Wills.
a prominent attorney of Starke,
has been appointed Judge of the new-
ly created Eighth Judicial Circuit,
which was recently established by the
act of the Legislature dividing the
State into eight judicial Circuits.
Col. Wills is comparatively a young
man, being only about forty-five years
of age. He is considered a man of
great professional ability, being one of
the most brilliant and successful at-
torneys in the State. He received the
appointment against strong competi-
tion, two of the ablest lawyers in Flor-
ida having been his competitors for
the position, and is to be congratu-
lated by his friends. He is a native of
Bradford county, and has for many
years enjoyed a most' lucrative prac-
It is announced that the redistrict-
ing of the State will be made at once,
and that His Honor Judge Wills will
preside at the coniing spring term.
of the circuit court, which will con-
vene in this city next Tuesday.
There are several names mentioned
in connection with the position of pros-
ecuting attorney, among whom were
Hons. Benj. Putnam Calhoun of Palat-
ka, Robt. E. Davis, Syd. L. Carter and
8. Y. Finley of Gaii)esvillc. It is be-
lieved here, however, that the appoint-
ment lies between Cols. Davis and
Calhoun. The friends of Col. Carter
presented his name, notwithstanding
that he assured them that h9 does not
desire the position, of which the Gov-
ernor is aware.
A Physician Healed.
Dr. GeO. Ewing, a practicing physican
of Smith's Grove, Ky,, for over thirty
years, writes his personal experience
with Foley's Kidney Cure:" Eor years
I had been greatly bothered with kid-
ney and bladder trouble and enlarged
prostate gland. I used everything
known to the profession without relief,
until I commenced to use Foley's Kid-
ney COre. After taking three bottles
I was entirely relieved and cured. I
prescribe it now daily in my practice
and heartily recommend its use to all
physitahsa for such troubles. I have
Trf.rhMVI.inb TdoA.-

re ivui in lUllureU oac ases Wit -- ...... v- .
perfect success." Sold by W. C. Wal-
lace'sudrcg store. Crops Greatly Damaged by Drouth.
YOUNG LADIS' CARO CLUB. Personals and Other Notes.
Judson, May 4.-Rev. S. W. Shef-
They Were Delightfully Entertained by field tilled his regular appointment at
Mrs. McCollum Thursday. the Judson Baptist church Sunday.
Notwithstanding the inclemency of He preached two elegant sermons.
the weather, many of the ladies comr- All those who don't come out to hear
prising the Young Ladies' Card Club him miss some good things.
faced a miserable rain yesterday af- Homer Love and Miss Alice Folks of
ternoon to attend the meeting of the Newtown and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. An-
club at the hospitable home of Mrs. derson ofBronson were here Sunday,
McCollum, who was to entertain the and attended church,
club. They did not care to miss the Lester Weeks of Jacksonville is vis-
opportunity of Mrs. MoCollum's hos- iting his wife and relatives.
pitality, and, considering the condition John"y Miller and Miss Estelle Mil-
of the' weather, the attendance was lor of Jonesville were h re Sunday
quite a compliment to-that lady. visiting relatives.
There ,were twenty-four members of Dr. 0. S. Clyatt is having his house
the club present, filling six tables. painted this week.
After a spirited contest for more than Ira Carter has employed a French-
an hour, the prize was awarded to mnan by the name of Frank Noiott to
Mrs. E. E. Cannon. It consisted of a stay with him a while.
pair of handsome embroidery scissors. The crops are badly damaged here
Duariug the afternoon delicious re- front dry weather. Some cotton is
freshmnift iin the form of ice cream dying' and' some has not been planted
and cake'wero served. The cakes yet. 'Ths corn crop is v(ry poor and
were very ntl*l, in that they were the olt crop is nearly a failure.
nade in the shape of diamonds, hearts, A Farmer Straightened Out.
spades and clubs, representing the "A man living a farm near here
various denominations of the deck. came i hort a farm neatelyre
Those who attended felt amply re- doubled p with ti completely
paid for the anCOU'Venience -of -coming iN1 him a tbotth, of Chanberlain's Pain.
llughthe rain, and all voted Mrs.[ ,tiRIa and told himn to use it freely and
MeCollum as a most hospitable enter- if not satisfied after using ithe need
tainer. n tpay ent or it. says P. ay-
dr, of 'atens Mills, .V." "A 'W
Disastrous Wrecks. days later he walked ino the store S
Carelessnesn is responsible for many dollar, ayin a givelg nd handed mb .
a railway wreck and the same cause f ( aniberglaius Paino am. iwit
are making human wrecks of sufferer, it i ,the house all the timle, fo1ri'%Lt
from throat a nd Lung Troubles. hut me. For sale by all dtrit a
since the advent of Dr. King's New medcie companies.
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs Notice.---
and Codld, oven the worm eases can he lavilg bee convicted at
cured, and hopeLes rest*natiou is o tel A. D. 100, of tihe it
longer newarya. Mt. Lois Crgg of It ua County oa64
...t .. ..alent, .1 hereby give nel
o eb r, ha., it oe o the many ten!l to appl)ytotl
whos.it Fw saved b Dr" King's of the S t f o1
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Eighth Judicial Circuit. JUST RECEIVED.:

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Appointment of State's Attorney Has
Not Yet IBeen Made, but the Honor
Lies Between Calhoun of Putnam
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