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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
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Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
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Publication Date: 05 19, 1903
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Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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JX, NO. 82.


EN ATTAC

AMERICAN FORCE

0ptai 0 orton and Private
Henry Boyes Killed.
jOi-X Or THE ENfI- Y ARE SLAIN.

Eilve- Approached Captain Overton's
Command Pretending Friendship and
,lVh n Treacherously Attacked Amer-
*lan--Landing of Soouts Resisted..
Aat tlU&, May 18.-Oaptain Ologuh
n, of the lifteenth cavalry, and
iuW ,te Henry Noyes were killed and
taite. Hfartlow was wounded yester-
Ai In a bolo rush at Sucatlan, Island
et Mindanao.
NO details of thb fighting have been
!rCeived beyond a brief telegram re-
K~iprting the deaths. It Is said thgt
*IM:x of the enemy were killed. It it'
itlight the natives approached Cap-
Si, Overton's command pretending
Oviendshilp apd then attacked the
Am erlcans.
eAbout 300 insurgents, armed with
bobs. resisted the landing of a force
Ot scouts at Clatalman, Camiguin
tiilMd, Tuesday. They charged the
ooutts and wounded two of them. It
Sre~ired an hour to disperse the Insur-
gtlat. Twelve of the latter were kill-
,4 and many were wounded. The
k oots, whose gallantry has been com-
t 0teded, are .Arsuing the insurgents.
Overton Native Indianan.
ll ashlngton, May 18.-Cajptain Over-
En!.wans a native of Indlanan. He was
BlIo0inted to the military academy
he Texas In 1884. Harry C. Noyes,
the private killed, enlisted 4n troop D,
1tfteenth cavalry at Cincinnati, 0.

ASSAULTED ON HIGHWAY.

Negro Brute Terrorlztng Women of
Waterbury, Conn.
Waterbury, Conn., May 18.--Another
serious crime has been added to the
i' recent series of misdeeds in this caty,
in the assault of Mrs. E. A. Stevens on


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SOODLE CHARGE IS MADE. STn1KERS BAWO
S. AD STRIKERS RANKS
Florida House Adopts Resolution to
Maker" tioation" DENVER AUo
T40lE l- May 18s.-The Flo:' DENVER AU mt
idathouse of rle resa.utatives has adopt- -
ed thehea iutroduced by hIe .
t of Marion, call- Strike Committee Ca
ng r0 tbe i ntoteiat of a int More Union Memb
A "tnaee ot .AV W to lnvcstfiate tl-e U o-
f r$:eU.at Jferpbin B. Browne, chair- NEARLY ALL TRADES IN<
Si!a 'of 'U fi> d3a raltroad ronmiits-
im ,and pTrhii st andlldate for gov- This Brings About Two
l*6r of T rita a*t year, had an-
ted a fee t I1t,0*4 lobby through Three Hundred and Fifty
the legisliat6 <- i appropirlating Men Into the Strike--Five
$10,000 to pure.iha tof the state from Are Nw Idl
Monroe county 4., Armory site and
building in Key ,West. Denver, Colo., May 18,-S
The bill in qoestion has passed both executive committee in ohal
houses and become a law. Mr. Brown. strike In this city Issued A
In a quiet way, was very active in Its I o'clock this morning cailin
support whUe it was pending. When members of unions as follow
the bill passed, Senator Hunt Harris, Cigar makers, paper tral
of Monroe county, received a telegram and paper mill workers, Iat
from his uncle, Dr. Vining Harris, su- flremon and engineers at mi
perintendent of schools for Monroe mill employes, brewers, bee
county, advialng him of the contract retail clerks, lady clerka, rma
between the county commissioners kers, garment makers, ho
and Jeff Browne, to play the latter 10 electrical workers, cooper
per cent of any amount he could get srtrippers. stage omployeM, ba
out of the legislature. .This seems to ors and bartenders.
have been the first intimation Senator The order became effective
Harris, and Reprcsentative tobertB, and throughout 2,350 mdit
also of Monroe. had received that Mr. are brought Into the ranks o1
Browne's activity was prompted by a era, swelling the number (
money consideration. something over 5,000.
It is learned that the administrative
department has taken the matter up YALE MEN HOOTE
with the county commissioners of Mon-
roe and la Inveslgating and conferring Fifty Collegians Protect Ra
as to what steps, if any, should be From Strikers' Assti
taken. New Haven, Conn., May


PROVED A DEATH TRAP.

Three Cremated In Boarding House at
Waynesville, ~t. C.
Asheville, N. C., May 18.-ln a fire
of mysterious origiti, whiichbroke out
in a large 'house at, Waynesville, N.
C., owned by 8tate Attorney General
Gilmer, and occupied by 0. J. Gal.
breath, who runs a boarding house,
F. W, Payne, a telegraph operator,
formerly connected with the PoOal!
companyat Richmond, and a negro wo-
man and her daughter, servants of
the house, were burned to death.
Some one passing the house at mid.,


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the eight-oared shell of tle toiumitia
freshmen in which they will tow the
Yale freshmen In the spring regatta.
arrived here today, the trucking firm
that had been engaged to take the shell
to the training quarters on lake Whit,.
nay was unable to get men to move
the boat, as Its employees are on strike,
A call was tnauoed for volunteers
among the Vale men and about 50 stu-
dents, Including nome mliimhers of the
'varsity crew, responded The stuq
densa went to tht rallroad station,
where a crowd of striklug truckamen
and sympathizers was gathered. Word 1
went around that any attempt to move
the hell woubd cause trouble. The


PEACE PREVAILS IN PROVINCE.

.mericnn Sovereignty Firmly Estab-
lished In Bulacan, P. I.
Washingtt on, Mf.y IS,-The bureau
if insular affairs of the war depart-
mant haa re ived the auual report
if Sonor Pablo Tocsch. go, 'orior of
.he province of Bulacat, 1'. I.. for tho
'oear 1902. Theie )port s-iy.:
"The political situation In tl'e prov-
Inct could not ho iorlr satia.ai.ctory.
Since I took possession of the govorn-
ment thero hal > inot bhen noted the
east, pjrturbance of public order, butt
on the other hltnl, I have observed
that Amorlcan sovereignty Is now so
Armlly established that it. la i'1octted
In the contlldenc. and falthl which the
inhabitants fo'ol whn theyy see the of-
forts the governim'nti nmaies In carry-
ing out their e.ceodinugly favorable
prol i Oe.
"As an eloquent prool, of this, wt
citeo the oase with wMi hl the tatxts
we.o collectAdd, especially the tlandl tix',
which is so nteww In tit I country. latttill
bands of Iadroneas, t lhe runialti of the
past revolution, still exist In th ince, engaged in stet.lliti anuitnalt,
making highway nitiultsi (hit ha1Ig,
bowOvor, Uo pollil htal ;Ui ilt-ntcae .
Thseo sniall banus are fast disaiippar-
ing, owing to 0thie emotatnt io'rsc'ctilon
of the cntiltabulary "
Theo over nor lm tlt(un how itatreit-
luro lins sufftered Ifroi lu Ih t lot iof ial-
Ihnals and plague of ing oif pui blic tl ntr 'tlon, lie sports
that eoducatlion hits int doveloliul as It
Should, for tile following rotasons:
'"PFlrst, tle hav:rclity o Filipinho toacllh-
era, who should be phuid by thlli ttinle-
palttles; Stecond, tho lack of a laW
compelling the attendlante' of children
when thoir paronta through apathy or
*I4clent their children to school. Third. the
continuous clalatultis that have befall-
on this province (Iurltig the year 1t02."
He urged the olillpino teacliers be
asigKned to assist the Amerlcanl In
their task of teaching Inglish. 'Theo
hyglnito condition of lth province,
$WWids the report, "I1 highly ifttlsfbt-
tory.NTHROP BACKROOM ORIENT
WINTHROP BACK PR.OM ORIENT.


Governor Taft's Private Secretary


bunker I oaldn M a r. el ves a night discovered the Are and gave the Yale men said they w:r, ready for Tasof the Pnhlippines-
walking along a lonely part of alarm. Galbreath and four others any sort of trouble, an lrnitirftsao. May IN W. I1. Win-
d ofad wthe highwayo and caught were aroused and struggled through, One of the biggest true i< was taken throp, ox. Sthe the oai -wa andter criminally I eating smoke to a place of safe- to the station and the shell was placed nor Taft. of the Phlillppi .coroinhintion
ltn the thr took ter contents of upon it by the Yale ni.u amid the hts arrilved on the Blthriai. e11 hla
halting her he.took the contents .orti were made to save the three Jeers of the strikers. Tl'h students just complIted two years of Oervic.)
t wurs band fly lacerated by the ne- ple still in the blaming building, drove the truck through the streets,' in the Orient and Is holmi on a slix
hands, but otherwise she was nlt bt the heat drove the rescuers back, all 50 of them mounting guard for the month's leave of absena
hanjured. Herasesailant has not and the attempt was abandoned. shell, wlMch the mob threatened tol "Manila," says Winthop, "is now
een captinjured. H er is thoughtto It is believed that the three victim smash. Deesyed vegetaubl. and coal the cLanest city of its a1 in' In" l,
een captured. He man who ha t of the fire were overcome b smoke. were hurled at them, hiti not one ofi wori. with less critle than iany r'o,
he same man who has women n it was severl hours before their par- them moved. The policti ooan put in mrunity of which I know. *1hi lit -
rls and young women t y commed bod wre recover- a appearance and prevented serious drone you reid about In the dis-
t parts of lice authot city. trouble. two tpollcemen wtrA en.- patches ar juNst about like your high,
ie police authortti esare nowu tll gaged. to ride on the truk, sai the waymen, only' not quite si lrtmrorits,
f putting bloodohnag iM trll MSIW TIAQIC DIMATH, students made -up a pure fotr them, and more really deposed of
c ene gro. He ltS t-- .. Yale men contlatie to at. a ltitflke "lludsalve n Maa MOnla 1# dull at prt-.
Caughtene of t assal ught wnTwo Tre and -Held breakers. / et, bit the agrtciultural departi"tt I
ST1ill tarve d replmnsible for tbat and *he conill.
kMBUSHED BY IAMlagl.a, AlL, May 1S.-ibout a MOBILE AND OHIO STRIKI. tion lI only temporary,. Thi rltidor
t of a Russian Fmntlerua A w agoAte 9teat*t a whl ------- Pt destroyed a great many cattle,
o of Ruan Flt Qua A er ispe fm al home near No Change In g the ttuation at Mobile, and the' agrteultural methodsl in vougi,
tacked., Alabama throughout the hwliads aro the f ltost
rln, May 18.-A telegram. i est-. T ietl .f ti (l Ai athroughoutmthe-lands re of 1i iwt
rlin, ay 18-A teleam aquatance while walk. Mobile. AI&, May 18.---Thore ls no elementary nature. Thob ative,.a ralahu
ere from Iankerman, in the a thriouh Kom* .woods iifat there cltea ln. the Mobile aid Ohio rthrk e sugir awl nake It pay nild that by
Sof a ussian frontierguards haa I d t19 ta6rIt's lbody wedged.betwletr n ituatUon at this potat. the crudoiet and movut wasta.tul of prr
cea"s. Reothan fronaier guardihfro
into ambush etn front Persiguarodb- to apit Triaitk both pasaeniger and ftilght, es es. The agrieult.ural ilttIh
int ambu forest. y Persian rapta The rot of te two tree grew ,ae movln as they have ertor m ot ther Philippml tar< if Ini' antmio witii
tt ao nforest A Rusloned ofttersa i etXl4thr, ht the tiks srW up at ral days. No further lr'akl ,k th modern ; rthlOmsa there to io reason
,lled noThe same eveningte e a it is suppol)o4 the Itah l rtanksa of the strlkrs are <,.orted, why tho Islands *hottuld ot lhe as ft u-at
k plled. the village of We lOaedd al tist the tpitAt tree, fell The Mobile Commeretal clduba Mha d- ful as ay l.das elrtb.
plandred the village of th angle and wAs ed ln to ln with the 'Cmmeeial "Th1 labor pr.lwm tn a a iS nei It
g he mot of-April, a l e bld there untihe ied of palI and club of Jacksou, Term,o in an effort will t.e settle, however al n t -
rflng tlhe monto of.April, a R starvilon to bes itt .a Mttlemtroli the nell laid dotn by GOv1tnr Tf f
Soflcer and eight soldiers were wa t yar old and "arld striKn mtta te tovten mt to ino.iw clton rbyl i ath- r Ta whift f
Sby brigaond ia the same districtL. w o d thi t tn .tto be+- o) r Slliltlon r(h) i Ai i htt t
I...Wl...at tbisttiu mioz0 f (lhtneOee Iitr slll htes
'. '. .....- . o. ....P olr'.oIr r Df l ...tho du volpiaw oft the C tnolty a I t -
Thirty Atbaninas Klled*d, 0, May 181<-ahkla|i 6tlke of Selobindera. i aote tlh preuup(rfty of Americane
ans. May 18.-Advice. received 1 f Houghton, .fV L Jf Co.. wftiL Philaa hla my 18 A strie has fkiato ily aterestel the-or. i wtuld
Stfroani Uskub,. uropeo Turkey, M'ety loWed its doo St DBrto b| n ltigltatyd I tNhe Ii-t priat g rtt the ilpinto to lYiw t In
the Turkish advance upon Ik 0., l a ebedute of ntS la the ablshat t aina s It i iti i Whee he S
fetAng with Vwtren reitc thete |
Ias been twae a irihu tlaste1 di ttt cotft iore Iee lag tup7 IS this city. $t.0-ov4 ben ti'eu a chance under fuupe m
a te retstraehkiag atth tpay. *i hRw aelaseh of the Bookbldders rs b a m .o hn insleto
-,MStoofPer ,etaa Ad of the r.u "a l.
r 4" :81 .0t.esi of the liabilities a ,c a Y to py the 0 ta4 a ta GO Dof
lages were destroyed. t h pot# t" M A ..e. wekly oVrNg toVAT
were killed and many were et two we agl IThq tIbiEee bre, otf Stoli ke Ws o do CVn r O VA1IO
e______wre given at $%Utst. It isalt s4 tpoy" f.t If Comnde toN Oenr*W
_________-- -that the *showing of the fgourM. Is mel ,lt te book1.rU" Gtoe t e
00odt for 'ercuted Jews. tw a t I *pctd xa f Mw-t e t . if 14 S NeWw Odesna, Nay 11 - *s.ctral f,4
ork, May 1R-Dtrtag t ten na4 be aly r"112"seiwd upn th $0 Aa*g0" LuT Oey We. COfS A treom,. r-:narna.nt ti Ut- ted
coileettooa have beet m=de I U"4uNri may O be paid 4(owll alttd States for the imm&eMia( iito.i MaT RS.- upte .f, them arita*tt1n of ,ay aM, v s-itud AtjisWt ast ^As
oft w stiTfferers la t.14 h re- er.I iremerat who urs1 ts Mick$;lies eqrte le weI. Ow'
a at- *K5htneff Rnmfas 4 4Ft1i, ab Ends4 4.*** we to ft 4tarbe 1ae,- a r e a
*Ufbec was dubbed ao B t ttni. a s., MaY At;*He eats4 4 y ^ w R evi g rat WS. #eiemI
amid tT' he -^^^ theS 14g e.W *R
~IM tiini ~ '01


GAINESVILLE, F.IORIA, TUE)AYX, MAY I9 1903


flowing wli t llh i iartlls, tho TurkiSa
authoritla limpiitu tuo therl'y iyprtllySe
thie aSction of I I' MaiCn'ilain ctmuliiltl
te It wa. itan- no'.iilr t'i l tIday that the
Turkislh tiroop 'iitireil Ilp'k, Albania.
yesterday, after siiring opl)poSitlon
COTTON MARKET QUIETER.*

Much Less ExcItement and Activity
Now Olsplasyd.
N,.-w Yorh, Maiy it ,- -Much Itwse ox
riemv(rint and atsi vity waS dll*plzayed by
th mattoJtn i market this morning and
thile .tu-n!ing was bty far the tamBst of
the week, FItrst prices wet* t at tW
Sadvaty of 3 is)litls to a deciin of 8
points, that, gain belng dis. to covering.
whll*l, the trwa, seemed diisposied to
xill, tho,* iteim pos(tt4u1s i n pecitateO-
of a fatther reaction and on< the tla
rally fuivorautlti tone act the Wek4*ttd

Port re"tlpI* woer Sntlimate(d to X
(,e d I'Ist yoar, a nld theMor wre a0iY'
ru>orlp o'f curtailed colsumptklh T& hl
}lorin;< o't the Sveroxo lea lKi;* Awhltj-
p.rhaps not no fqw as peatk4 oa
fttturt.. report-a l a subaidltig det0Utt
for sp(atai and S deciitIs of points t1
S#pot prifesm, Th'Mrii0 taiMloris ttiiaiy
rmenourasrstd the uatrly atlitag, but aft
Stor sh-owing a little further waknpss,
valU,' wmre realiiedt a fw. polth by
Noww frl Thl"* rally a(o4 atftTr the otpienjtig
*w# *f short 4tlraWie, Ad( 41 o'clock
I lutd th Omairkit i % w it) pointt lower
with AutUsMt l 4adInI t weahiiIs an
dt-r ltai Wbeit pxruitte in the ,face oft
contin ued support from Nstw OtVans.
Kiutuneff liotere t Putish ed,
*.4 PattabluIs, Weuaee4ty, Maiy l,
. lSe aJOIr'lty o thit ptetot arrtiets.d
for pItlicpatltpeg In. thei antA ).uwlito
ult- s 'u At Klebhlhsff, Fios.i al'd la.
4avi betlni t1* td Mii iencel tlo vary
Il peti>fkeatstt. AMthbolh they wsrs
.iSeNtly erre4ted on retut.letin to the.!'
Ihomitu after the e o, i.(ldays little
witth .'tleir arms faill ai'f ptl fIiur, sit the
'I.r itasl' proteSlted thc;tr lim'~.S'taeu,
atRd pti*4ed that tsmy fout.,L the iltaip
o tI e atrui its s4 were taking thiB, .lP


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TEN CENTS A 'Wl



BANDS OF ARMENIAN'"

REBELS ARE STIRRING ,

Turkey Adopting Measures to
Guard Frontier.
AUTHORITIES ARE ODIQUIRTEi0

Appearance of These Btand Believed
to Indicate a Revival of Activity on
Part of the Old Armenian Coremits


Cotisttantlnople, May 18.-'Th e Turk,
ish authorittie are disiqueted at the
recent a ipetarance of bands of Airukl*
nian rovolutioniist, coming from Hui.
sla In tho districts of ayaxld and tSa--
sun, Armnial, and are adtopttng rigor-
Ol ni measuroa lo guard the tronttitr.
it Is alleged helc that tih RuHumtan
authoritloe of Kara, Asiatic Rusasi, afe
awaro of tth movemllent of t.ht Ariao-
nitAn i'ebols, lbut they ito not Intend to
$lterferro. It s beleloved that the *a-
pearan('o of theao ba ltid indicate a tro--
vival uf activity on tihe part of the old
Armonian < la t committoo who are trndetP
stood to bo anximiout to he l a posi0tpn
to takel advantage of possible omip11.
cationis arming from the MNacedonlani
situation, in which cseo the claitlt of
the Armnenianm will he revived and the
same iIadvantagels galinod by tho MacO.
doitlans from in uropean interventioni
will he (timandtod for rinentia.
The, Arnunlan gtovortiOent has no-
tifled t hoe Iulgarlan ex-arch that Ooram.
almos, hlishop of 8trumealtsa, has been
Geralnimos, ofr trumtonita, has been
removed and lihas nvitt* t the ox-arch
to apponitt his iucevssior, Tho ox-
arch, however, refuses to recognite the
authority of tho Tarkish government to
remove the bl ihop antl has advised Oo-
rassiinos, who Is practically a prison'
or In his own house, to remain firm. It
Is alleged that ltimjhop GorasnilOes ist
a supporter of lhe Miceotillinltl nl move,
mllfit, ut, It lt aie l tlilttd lh lt the
charges im brought lby J ni iai 'lreoek
iergy me n.
I'hai pririons fI ,tMace i11 ila lt o over-
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PAINE'S CELERY C
The prompt, effective, and honest re- Paine' Oe
suits that are always obtained by the Brantley,
users of Paine's Celery Compound, he was ral,


tt current Issde of the Palatka can rortn te grateini an un'stniea
t iarald contains the following praise of elergymen of all denomina-
%I estirng information: tions. In every parish and district of
Wbe foreign capital seeks invest- our hand, clergymen are quietly but
'ln a city it is a sure sign that the surely spreading the joyful intelligence
ook of affairs for that section is that Paine's Celery Coinpound banishes
of brightness. Men of money ,never ill health and makes sick people well.
St in anything unless they can ex- Like men and' women in other pro-
Ik oine financial returns. Therefore, fessions anq in the ordinary callings of
60n three well known men of this life, church ministers are victims of the
te come to Palatka for the purpose same ailmentstand diseases. Whon op-
of investing, it is with pleasure that we presed by sufferings and agonies, it is
'hroniele the event. It goes far to cheering to note that our clegymen
SprOve that the advantages of Palatka have implicit confidence and faith in
aire beginning to attract attention. Dr, Phelps' life-giving prescription,
As will be seen in another column,
. F Sanchez, of Gainesville; J. M., TAYLOR COUNTY PROSPEROUS.
F'lemingt nd F, C. Sanchez, of Jack. The Farmers e A Happy, for They
sonville, have organized themselves Have Excellent Prospects.
flto a corporation to be known as the
Qoklkwaha Rivet Company, with its "The farmers of Taylor county are a
f1tilnlpal place of business at Palatka, happy lot, for the Lord has blessed
si|d wil apply for letters patent. them with magniflcentgrowingcrops,"
The company will be capitalized at said Perry M. Colson yesterday. Mr.
$000, apd the business will be that Oolson has just returned from
,prtinfg a freight and passenger various sections throughout that
stoamb0at line on the St, Job!ts and county, and says that the
iltthw S rivers, between this city crops throughout the county are
SSilveAhir Springs; to. purchase or growing vigorously, and everything
le wharf ged4ei at all landings along the line; Nature has smiled upon this section,
*0d to '0~e0 shipyard4, etc. with the result that the prospects are
S The ocflers of the corporation shall the crops of all staples will be better
be a president, vice-president, a gen- than for several years. It is in the
ori 1ianager, a secretary and treas- Sea Island cotton belt, and, while the
tsr,1and a board of trustees. planters prior to 1899 had very little
While iitslyet too early to state other confidence ini that staple, they are be.
pl*hs of the company, itH an be defl- ginning to look upon cotton as one of
nitely said that well equipped steam- the most reliable if not the most
*er will be operated, and everything profitable to be planted. As an ex-
will be conducted on modern princi- ample, t.he production of long staple
pleo. The Inoorporators are men of cotton has grown from 188 bales in
ftsgOgnised ability, and of experience 1899 to 802 bales for the season just
In the Iteamboat and railway world. closed, and the prospects are that the
This company will m.pterally aid in the Increase for the cotniig season will be
building of Palatka. at least 10 per cIent.
Spring Ailments. GREATLY ALARMED
There is an aching and tired feeling; By a Persistent Cough, but Perma-
the liver, bowels and kidneys become
slugglsh and inactive, the digestion neatly Cured by Chamberlain's
inmp red, with little or no appetite, no Cough Remedy.
atnb1ton for anything, and a feeling Mr. H. P. Burbage, a student at law
that the whole body and mind- nee:ls in Greenville, S. C., had been troubled
toning up. The trouble is, that dur for four or e years with a" contin-
In wter, there has been anll accu for four or ive yers with a tinu-
la on of wastomatter in the system. ous cough which he says, "greatly
Herbine will remove it, secure, to the alarmed me, causing me to fear that I
seroetions a right texitn ad by its tonic was in the first stage of tpnsumption.".
effect, fully restore the wasted tissues
and give strength in place of weakness. Mr. Burbagoe, having seen Chamber-
bOo at Johnson lhros. lain's Cough Remedy advertised. eoin-
oluded to try it. Now ,read what he
RODBED OF COSTLY JEWELL bays of It: "I soon felt a remarkable
change and after using two bottles of
Mrs. Plerre Lorillard's Loss Amounta the twent.yflve cent size, was perma-
to Mote Than $80,000. neatly Oeued." Sold by all druggists
London, May 18,-The loss of Mr.. and mnedlompanies
Pterte Lorllitrdl, who Is reported to Drowned Hlmself in Reservoir.
have been robbed of $50,000 worth of DMrhwan N. 0.. May 18.-The body
Jtwels, tinlounts probably tO a far ~ b Aga, of tii place, was
greater sum tha at first reported.f be o th na the a
Mrs. Lorillard lost all her: jewelry ex.
Cept whati she was wearing anda let- .tton I Hs father bad found
ter of credit and other valuableS, te sfrom frm In which ahe dcttared
The robbery occurred at the theik. the:'tertvolr On hasteing to thh e
4,k. t&% .,.ai.wait nimml, RAM*~


lowed Mr. and Mrs. Loril ,rd
S way from Monte Carlo, The
evidently wattet for a fovorm
portunity to coummi the robhi
have goune off with the,;aluahb
The police have no 'AAw I
'WleroaboutB, but Mrs. l.orilla
t10 1rOilembeis meeting at. variouit
on the journey the two suaSjIc
u' sin then agalu wh(mn he ar
.London.
For Over Sixty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syr
Been used by children while te
It soothes th child. softeln thi
allays, all pains, mrVt.w-. tu t'dl..oo
... the best rmitwd ford' iarrhoea
.Sk .. e ents a IWtt le. Sold by a
Slwgi tlhrugUout. ithe world
SNe Clash In the Bronx.
Nw York. May lS. -Thoreo
". IMh, between Italiau strikers a
..a --tBlon Ieu In the tronx today I'
S we.eral persons were hIJured,
pi, lkeor. attacked a number
: w'0 bad beten engaged to tal
a'smb". .. A lively fight was in i
^'' .rta the oUc.arrived and dl
th&-,^Agoter. .* **'


fering anda
"Before
pound I wo
sick and n(
a common
little or nI
arose in th<
ache and
with nervo
Now I cani
active min
day, while
'shnrt while
grateful fc
Celery Cot


M POUN.
lery Compound. Rev. A. L.
Shmnertown, Oa., tells how
sed from ebadition of suf-
great danger:
using Paine's Celery Comr-
as continually suffering with
nervous headache, and it was
occurrence for me to sleep
one at night. Often have 1
e morning with a severe head-
inactive mind, prostrated
usness from the loss of sleep.
sleep well at night, have an
d, and can study ten hours a
before I could study but a
e at a time. I certainly feel
or such a medicine as Paine's
poundd"


tuontlily paymncts i t a sight a8-
vunce to i'rostonilble parties.
LTr'owrtter Hlbbons for
v arious maohlhnes,

REAL STATE, DWFJAINGS
AND 1)0D FOR SALE.

tiesnuvllle, Florida.



KEYSTONE BAKERY,
It. T. SCIIAFEI, Prop.

CHOIuCE IBREADS, CAKES and PIES
?resh Every Day.
Delivered to All Part Of City,
Satltaraotlo Guaranteed
Special attention to Clreuses, Minstrels
and other traveling troupes.
Huntlng Partiea. eta.
P.. Bo. x OGalnevtle, Fn




RAILROAD
Offrs VeryIow Rates on FollowlngIatess
| .ulohist Titl eke to Oarioral. Utah,


a.l the _W 4" '"* 0'*. Nv" ia. N*W' Mexico, Ar*topi. outoa
a young white man, about 22 years ratio, Ormo, Wagton. Monmtaa,
thieves I a 14ho. Wyom Ing on sile until June is.
bible 1p
ery and A Farmer Straightened Out. St. Louts and Return
tie.r "A man living on a farm near here Iunue tA PoUtore urn(unti JuneS O st
Sv ameIin Iaahort ti, aJo completely S nF1r o l r an-el- .
td no do A nubled up witthrhunenti. lad .San Frantisco, los Angeles and
I point b w 9t"t I hiitiiti-
t i anti ed hlma bottle of ChaMlnrltl Pain Return
,.rvt d. Balm andtold him to use It friely and ...iit.,l ona-ft U-tIGA. o R TiO.k-
ivd in i not satsied atter utig t he ited ts ov aio JU 1tolubr it..t 2at
1* tpyps erClfM for it," ayS der, okittens MIl, N.Y. "A few
days later he walked in o the store as Denver, C., 80and Rturn
*up h it a a a dd me a t on4 e Jise otJiuly Sth 0ooi tore-a
'ething. dollar, latig, 'give me another bottle tiumnt.itli Augatu ltl ._ ...
, g1us, I of hanmbeflatnW' Paimn lh1.... walt i : : -
i,.4fjd tn the house all the time. for it. eum ua .i da betwee
T'uen. m.' For sale by all druggists anid vie n 1 a chair
S...roh e l'ittith qptag ear 4,4A. b4tweena
Invstlgatlnng Feud Condition nti w tetIC'o.Te I t s Mte .alt doule
'- -! ?. ... t Ot, tob( letea.wftt C se w aw tae Ohio
MltddleborPO, Ky,. May 18,'--1tneral tlher. ,?)r til ti i oiet**. itnt and IteWlab-
O. O. Howard, founder of th.e UlAnolmiet fdi'
wau n Memorial school at Cuntberlati Gapl. FRED D, Mi.LLeR, T P. A..
Swhich ait other nlt4tutions,. 1 riding alone o. Brown Ul Attla"ta, G.&
The trough the im0unttain of eastern Ken, .
t twh) y to lrnvetiat condlUions with a ...... ..
of men. 0nral 1wA Ai
e theirwll, vwIoeW M A&N DER SON,
progress ard will ride through IreathltS,, lNet-
s...ost. er and llarla ountlis, enudlnhis .tri .. ,.:,,. .....

e.. Electric t, sadt er l.ar.s.


I MAKES STRONG NERVES.


Hieadacbes, H lOsness, Sleeplessness, Ha Never Troubled

Re, AL Bra.ntley Since Taking


E. E. VOYLE
FIRE, BOND and
ACCIDENT INSURANCE,
Representing a number Of prtainrent
American and gl onpa .

Abstract & Realty Cmpany,
[Incorporated]
E. E. VOYLE, Manager.
Get an abstrnot of title to land before
buylng. After paying the puroiase
money there Im often no redress for tax
sales and unoanceled mortgages.

Manhattan "A" Typewriter.,
NOT IN THE TRUST.
A HIUNDRED-DOLL 1R TYPE-
WRITER FOR $60.
Guaranteed for one year. Sold on


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D A CORRECTLY WRITTEN POLICIES,
Worthy of LIBERALITY orFPOLICY CONTRACTS
consideration PROMPT PAYMENT or LOSSES.
We cover these important points and respectfully
solicit a share of your-business.

Fire, Life, Accident aid Health sraS ce.


S--Agents for the-

Vietor Safe and Lock Company
OircS oia ti, 01lio. -

The "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties contemplat- ,
ing the purchase of a safe, or anything in that line,
from a box to a bank vault, will save money
by consulting us. Call on or address,

CT7SHMAN & HILL,
Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.






Air Line Railway..


THE DAILY I GNESVILLELORIDA, MAY 19, 1903


SCHuDSUL ErrFFTITV APRIL 12, 10. .
8F1 66 ISOUTI'HNDINDIVIS1ON e
S386 al 9 00oo p o pip L ........ ...... Ja'ksonrvitle ................Arlo so a 7 16a "i
10 1 4 2 0 p ...................... ldw n................... 10 a 6 0a 80 4
11 46 11 84 p'4 20 Pt .......... .......... Waldo ..........Wado.......... 8 20 a 449 a2 50
p .. .... ... AINESVILLE ............. 7 5 a 6 10
..... 7 4 p .............. edarKey........... ......L ....... ..
S2 ... .... ..... 4 Lv................. ver pr ngs.... ............ .. ..
S I ...... ......... ... .. . .. .... ........ .... ...... .
S a .. ................. W i wood ........ ......... ....... 12 6 a
Sa ...... ............... .. ... Orlando ......... .......... ..... 0 p
4 14 p 4 4 a ....... ................... D ade y .............. ..... ...... .1119 p10
slip 4 a ..... .......... Pl. ..t......Plant City ............... ...... l0 2 p l
7 08 1120a ....... ........ an o............ ..Pa etto ...... ....... .. ..... 0 p '
7 4 p 4, a ....... .............. ................ Manatee.. .................. ....... 24Bp
45 1 80 p ... .... ... ................. Sarsota ........... ........... ....... 7 00 a ,
00 p f45 a ....... Ar... .. .............Tam pa ................ ... Lv ....... 00 p
NORTH AND EAST I 84 I 6 I WEST ANDt NBW ORLEANS I56
Lv Jacksonville........... 845 7 .. .. .v Jacksonvile.... .............. 40 p 9
Ar'ernandlna .......... 05 a p ... r Lake City..................... 61p 1120 a
Ar Brunawok ............ 1201 p 10 ...... Ar Live Oak ...................... 63 p
Ar Savannahc............... top 11)a ....... Ar Madiioni........................ 75 p 2M .
Ar alrfax ................ 109 p 1 44a,...... Ar Monticello.................... 10 B Bi
Ar Denmark........ ..... ArT................. 40p a| i
Ar Columbia ............:,.. B,3p s ai .. Ar Quincy ............................ 4 t
Ar Camden................ 740p 54 ...... Ar river Junction ...... .. .... 5
Ar Ha let................. p a ....... Ar p nsacola ...................... ..
Ar Willmitng on..... ...... .. 12 p ... Ar Mobile .................. ...
Ar Southern nes......... 936a ....... Ar ewOrleans............ ....... .. .
Ar "alelkho................ 11 63 p 10 45 .. Lv. ksnvlle............. ......
o.rts eab oar Mailcs d c a he alrM acon .....................la e '
Ar rtaooth........... 0 63p ....... Ar acon..............
ArR4ohWOoIdVa......... 6aSa 812p Atlan.......t.a. ......... A. .. 726
r RI Ja-on l ... W.*...... ..1 tonS Pd ChattanooKa .........................
Ar ~~tco0e .............. l 26 11 2 .... Nasville ...............
Ar9PhUA%*lhl .......... 186P 4V, St Louis .........................
Ar New Vor1 6............ 4 5 6 8ai...... Chicago.......................... ..
Sjonnections for Palmetto, ManateeOnceo and Sarasota, on 81, except
Sitrday from Gainesville. w o :
Troin No. 84, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers betweeiie
Tamna Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Washington. Vestas
buled day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe I
dining car service from Jacksonville.. ...:*
No.0e6 Seaboard Mail. day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars be-; i!
tween Jacksonville and Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleepers be-
tween Jacksonville and New York.
No. 55 connects at Starke for LaCrosse, Alachua, Willeford, Wannee and
intermediate points, and at Arcner with Early Bird branch.
Nos, 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays
and Thursdays, lip. m*, ,
A. OA. MACDONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.















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JaoiksonLville .and New York, o
Calling at COlARLESTON, S. C., both ways.
The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service

Clyde New England and Southern Lines
Direct Serviee Between JACKSONVILLE, BObSTON and ,
1PROVIDENCOE, :and All Eastern Point, I
Calling at Charleston both ways. /
.. t n........,.......... ,...., .... From Lewis Wharf, Botton
Northbound................ from Foot of Catherine st., Jacksonville

Cl lde St. Johns River Line
B3tween.iJAcic.ONv.ILL1 c x and t S-.x F D "
Stopping t Palatika, Astor, St. raeis,. Ber-eforl (DeLand). a ter
Ladings, on St. Johns River
Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE "
Is appointed to sail as folows:
Leaves Jackso ville 8 ; pm. Suadays, Tuesdays and Thurodays g
Lteae.t fod 9: ) a. n. Monday, Wednes4a ay'hd Fridayg "
Routd owx. BCiE UL'- .'
Leave, .... ........ .JaMksonville ..A .. i
S'O a ,.u.. ,.. ... As tor ..... '" ,.=
Asiv s a.+.,....... .... rana ,s .


OF#ICslUljl^^W SA'hoin~i ^







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THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MAY19), 1903


XT


tendent to any eligible applicant who
'OF THE shall furnish satisfactory testimonials
TIal A ill as to peculiar fitness for primary teach-
ATIng and who shall have made a grade
WTO A BILL!U a-of egh.ercetIn sch ralaI


,,^S ..... .m of eighty per cent. in such oral and
i"::. P f -written examination on primary stud-
na Passage in the ies and methods as may be prescribed
er House Friday. by the State Superintendent with such
Ho F --i---- d. assistants as he may select. Primary
AD s certificates shall be valid for four
SFRIENDS AND FOES years from the date of issue, excelpt as
provided in Section 13 of this act, and
t, But Unavailing and Quiet shall be valid only for teaching ini the
H Has Been Made Both for first, second and third-grades of the
lirlst Its Passage, But Its primary departments of regularly
ty Was Shown in the Vote. graded schools, or in public kiuder.
our Special Correspondent.) ga 9. That special cerrti ti.
see, May 16.-The final may belissued by the State SuporiItend-.
the Senate on Friday morn- eat to any eligble applicant who shai.ll
sae Bill No. 188, on the, s.ur- furnish satisfactory testimonials as to
lnted none of the elements of peculiar fitness for teaching any one
-and earnest struggle which or more branclies not included ini the
en quietly but unceasingly requirements for, second-grade cvr-
Sboth the friends and oppo- tificates, and shall mnake a
he measure since its first in- grade of not less than ninety
i in the Senate by Mr. Me- per cent. on such branch or
ad in the House by that able branches in such examinations as .hall
of Pasco, Captain Johnson. be prescribed by the State superinltend-
of its friends can best be ent with such assistants as he utay
1by the final vote in the Senate, select. A special certificate shall be
sage of 24 to 3, and in, the valid for five years from thedatt of is-
40 to 8. Many amendments sue and only for teaching the special
proposed, and while a number branch' or branches for which it shall
:!opted, the bill in substance re- have been issued.
;,very much the same and it may Se. 10. That a State certificate
-be considered that it was may be issued by the State superin-
gthened by these very amend- tendont to any eligible applicant who
**p! shall have taught twenty-four months
e bill is of sufficient interest to in all. eight, months under a first-grade
Iwhoare interested in educational certificate obtained in this State, and
tters to justify its publication here shall have passed aa examination con-
f*pull: ducted by the State Superintendent of
n Act to Provide for the Certification Public Instruction on geometry, trig-
of Teachers and to Prescribe Re- onoinetry, physics, zoology, botany,
Squtirements for the Various Grades Latin, rhetoric, English literature,
i of Certificates. psychology. and general history, and
Be it enaeed by the Legislature of shall haue made an average grade of
the State of Florida: eighty-live per cent., with a grade in
$ Section 1. That no person shall be no branch below sixty per cent. A
permitted to teach in the public State certificate shall be valid for five
schools of the State of Florida who years from the date of issue and shall
does not hold a teacher's certificate be valid throughout the State.
granted in accordance with the pro- See. 11. A life certificate, good in
visions of this act; Provided, That no any part of the State and of perpetual
certificate issued under the laws of validity, may be issued by the State
thil State since January 1, 1894, shall Superintendent of Public Instruati(on,
be rendered void by this act. without examination, to any teacher
a Section 2. That there shall beseven holding a State certificate issued since
Grades of teacher's certificates issued, January 1st, A. D. 1894, and who has
rsa herein specified and named, respect- successfully done high school or coo-
Ively, towit: Third grade, second lege teaching in this State for a period
?grade, first grade, primary, special, of thirty months under a stataoe ill-
State and life certificates. cate, and who shall present satstfae-
Section 3. That no certificate, ex- tory endorsement showing eminent
cept life certificates, shall be issued ability in teaching and school govern
Sexeept on written examination, or on ment from three persons holding life
I ral and Written examination, as pro- certificates.
vided by law. See. 12. A first, a second and a third
Section 4. That an applicant for grade certificate may be endorsed by
the certificate of any grade, to be eli- the county superintendent of any
gible for examination, shall present to county in the State, and shall then be
-the examiner an endorsement of good valid for its unexpired term in the
moral character from two responsible county in which it is endorsed.
persons, and shall pay an examination Sec. 13. Whenev. r the holder of a
fee of qne dollar. The examiner shall first grade certiflente'shall present to
turn over to the county treasurer, im- theeounty superintendent of any-coun.
Immediately after any examination, the ty in the State satisfactory evidence
s. um of one dollar for every person ex- that he orshehas taughtscehool sucwss.
mined, taking his receipt therefor, fully for twenty years in thil Stata,
and for failure to make such dis-posi- nineyears of which shall have been
gtion shall be subject to prosecution. taught urad ert etfiate issued since
iThe fund arising from examination fees January 1st, A. D. 1894, and he or she
hall be placed to the credit of the Is of good moral character and faith-
Scounty school fund, fl. and tMdoeeful as an instruet-
Section 5. That a third-grade cer- or and dioipllaurIan, the eoun-
Stiflcate shall be issued to any eligible ty sluperrltendent of any county,
| applicant who, in the uniform examl in the Btate may, uapoe uoh further
-ngation in orthography, reading, irlth- examination as he tasy deem neces,
: metic, English grammar, United sary, endorse aid oertfloate, making
1 States history,- geography, physloigy, it perpetualtly valid daring the life of
theory and practice of teaching, and the holder in the county where seeh
Seompositiond shall have made a endorsement is madeS, Whenever any
Sigrade in branch below forty teacher shall presit tatsfaletory avd-
:per cenr^ an average grade donee that he or she hue taught tehoof
|of sixty "nt. in all the above in thi State for sit yeas under first
blranehbet I ird-grade eerttlceate grade certfllleas, the averTlg grade
L&dateof i-sso ept as provided in ninety percent. isued siteii January
SBectionlB 18 of sot. l, A. D. 194. and that r ber sheiOt
1$i;See. 6. That a second-grade cer. good moorl oharactr and faithful and
i--ttfciatea-bash-ll be Iuedeu any eligible iaticce~slol as ai lstruitor and dis-


applicant hito in the uatiforn elarmi- eiphl,srian, the county soperintendeunt
iattion in all the branches prescribed of any countLy in the Statl4 may, with.-
ifor a thirdgrade certificate, shall have out tfrther examinattion iosue to i*at
'made a grade in no branch below sixty teacher a fit grad* Ilfe ertileate,
per cent in all the aforeaid branches. good in any part of the iStas l ad of
, A seeond-grade certificate shall be perpertal validity in thef catty where
Valid for four years from thee date of. l endlo mea t is mead. Whedvse
tsve, except as provided-for in SectloI the holder of a primary ertldae ari all
r8 of this act. p. pf t to thie State fSpei6pnate
:;l i. 7. That a first-grade certfllate atstefietory evidence of hAvin lta.
shall be ieued to any eligible apptlieat sucrefull'y deu der staid rt~i't 1 f
tio sihal bave been examined in all four years, the State tuprlIatI~ plsd
be branches prescribed for a thir4d- asmy ndoree said eort4llote. serey
rade .artlcasLe and in givil govern* makion It vald during the life of thei
Salt, ildgebra and physical geography,: bhlder.
i1Wl" sbUal have made, a grade Ia wW. 14. A e nifleast of *noy mtle

.ImeSis. .4 *R arors v N .
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Miss Hapgood tells how she was cured
of Fallopian and Ovarian Inflammation-
and escaped an awful operation by using
Lyda E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
"DEAR MRS. PiNiciAM : --I suffered for four years with whNct the0
doctors called Salpingitis (itIllianu ntiiion of tlto fallopima ti htes and ovia-
ritis), which is a most distr -ssing 1111d painful ailuent, 11li1e1tinri ill the
surrounding parts, undertuininig the tenIsttutioo1, uiLi pliilg Othe Hlifo
forces. If you had seen nIme it year ago, i ,'iro I Igai tlkli..1 lydh 3.g
Ptnkham's Vegetable C'ominound, au1 111ut not ced tiche sulnke n ea,1,
Sallow complexion, and general ei om iate'd conlditioi, iiid couipareid itt
person with ime a I Oim today, robust, liearty and well, you would noot
wonder that I feel thankful to you and your woiillerfutl itwiciie,
wtich restored me to new life and health in live monulis, a d saved nme
from an &wful operMtion." Ma- IRENIC lA1.ootl, 1022 Stndwlch tSt..
Windsor, Ont.
Ovfrltis oe rfialnlatlomn of the ovariesa or fnlloplan tul wi which iad ovail. voMy llot from tl'len stopping of the am,.nthly flow, frolm Inulammnaf.
Ont of the womb, and many othir causes. The .llghlt.'st Indication of t-i uble
with the ovaries, intdictd oby dull throbbing pmin in the side, actcanrn uhit'd
by heat and shooting pAiins, should plaim your Initant atteoation. It will not
cue itelf, and a hopitVal operation, with all Its terror, ma yi casily rhualt from
atrleet. .
PA MI. PINKHAM:-I ca. truly may that you lv, sauved,
3y lif S : oanpot oxpreM nYy tratitudle to yon in worlds.
Irote to you telling how I folt, I hadl doctonrd for over
tweem iAs.dy and spent lotst of Ioney in nid(lcivfio IhOiiles, nbut it a.ll
1 to d -ny <' god My mme se did not appear Il that timet mid
I suflfomed much nmtuI. I wouhl daily l1v1M
fainting Hp'llh, I .i i elm'ic, lmackim 1m.11
fl : bearing down % Iri, ,nd w a.( It ,o \ weak that
it" ii was hard for tmi to do i.>y work.
... U+ us'd yor)tlr tmricinit aurd trealt(neitt
asd irecteld, itnd nfter takilg thbro tIttlesg
of Lydiai 13. lI'nkIHtns Vhegertnile Coli-
pWound, mens0e 1 ItppXearedl, tny womltb tran.-
bies left me, antd I toa lv) xn niuhlar ever
sinc I iwud fourteen bottles of
Lydia E. I n likhnm's Vegetable
(B0n1111 l \0111"1d P mi od Plurjifer
,t togtter, n mn now restored to
Sprfectt Ilealth. H1ad it1 not b11n for
: l ayou, I w I WHil ahvays re(nTImend your wonderful renmidlo, and hofx> tut
the"e hw oMUM muIy lad others whlo tuftr a .[ did to try your
ftiloedi Mta. T, T. W(. WtLAMIK, IL. I. No. 1, Maoumng, Iowa,
*4 Bkh Wqm able test lmy prove the power of Lydi E. nk'
S WO'tM iMhould rcnibip r that they ar r. P ha t Lynm. about their iflnees, ,.lit' "re4y )....


UatneosxI1 & Gull Railway Company
THE PFrUT T VEGETABLE ROUTE
OF FLORIDA6
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.O MoAt c by carrS vier t
,or maited to anw par#Ot th.United I
I* t florf af
*6 ;`-tl 104i04h1a 641 column,.
$.t9 Stlzfaserto~nai4. b centS 1
' 4ilsonsI I ertton.
mtq ic'Or display advertising mU
s ppliesatfon.
toor W oe--Week Sun Is an
| .rtcolumi'z paiter, published ev
alnd Thursday, and contain
ViS0 of the week. local, state
aind will be mailed. Ipostage fre
.pIt O the United States or Canad
: tear--'I advance .
All a, dertlting bills become due
1 rs easoe of advert semenet, unless
i .,pluliti4d In ecntrsct. parties not
S w"iilll be required to pay for advertU
Va. Address, THE DAILY
GANMOVIL
DEAF AND BLI0D INSTI
The legislative committee a
to tnspeet the Deaf and Blin
tOte In St. Augustine vialted
statue last week and made a I
Iznpeotion and are now fully i
as to the present conditions
,'.,tre needs of this iiportant
6 ton. 8Senator Peacock and
sentatlves Knowles, Smiiih and
omuposed thO legislative oc
Rhoy wertoeompanied to
iute by" Messrs Geo. 8. Meserv
r "W. Davis-and JaoseW. Este
60tIbpg the St Augustine V
rlWalde.O Below is printed
rbt of the Board of Trade con
."The un6ersigned, having
pointed by ithoe St. Augustine
S rde to extend the courtusle
People to the gentlemen 0c
the comnjittee *from the Le
Mt inspect the State Institute
S Deatand Blind, wish to so
~We acoompanled the visit
tlotleiien to the Institute, aid w
mi ee a thorough Inspection o0
dltlon and work of the in
W showed suoh 'other cou
S the tih me at their disposal wou
lThe gentlemen expressed tlhei
olation and thanks for our att
V We wish to say through t
that we were pleased with
saw and heard at the school.
stilution Ila doing a good wor
deaf and blind, who come hi
AA:Vl parts-of the Stutet. 'The
40 aite and bearing of the studeo
oLvi'*lde nt Interest In their al
::I Work impressed us a Bshowlno
t:'ac hing and. sauporvision. '
-rl atelllintisphere Of the intitu
i '*0 'nof kindness, happiness and
"The.. :.5" s .tpuperlntOndent has
about him a corps of earnest,
ad .cultured teachers and s1u
SWe have read his biennial re
Also his statement of expend
the present.year.
!: The superintendent submits
eomnittee a carefully prupa
anlate of .tjie financial needs o
sItitute, in order to meet the
in; necesslitles and deman
eedl of a new plant and iner
S tsiUltles was acknowledged
... :m:'nember of the committee
*i s o'. 00,00. for inmp 'ovenmentsa an
m<'e:' i*intaSare asked for, Those Ii
brace smore land a new plant
t:eotion and enlarged equilpn
J^; the literary, mechanical and
"As i4Althl is the only school
a. olau in the Btate, and it has i
: adequate buildings or supppt
pl: present plant is ufsanitaryani
flotent and unsafe, we feel thi


peal of the superintendent al
Smet ,lberally and promptly,
Legislature. There is no qu
,:' eds And there sabould ht
5` ta7 io the law-makingI
S Florda Is amply able to do h
l a k ur iti sen, itorhai
i 'labor organization and all c
1 z tend Uchb aid and inillvn
S pos. sibleto Setcatofr MaeWill
Misirs. Webb and Floyd towa
iSn adeqate. apppopriations
^:'eladailt worthy it&ate inatit
g ated it our midst .
SV :lide ofiterb
A go^ co lootor of At ie
of Charleston' S^


memliy oi Gkeneral latrayette has been
i of ti t win ,be shaped toBAbRLEY COMPA-Y, Charles-. pl R Ul A C (l IM i mA I
of.r hm Pranee this onth. It is of the pink. B -. F JO R D A N
on Tnemsee variety. In July Sculptor to -7 ACO-IENT IN
Santi the larlett will place upon the pedestal ton -. 0 LD ST
l inuf his model of an equnstria figure. edl. -SI? E INSURANCE
at thile ap- cation of the monument probably will AND BST COXRA
should ib take plce July , 1904.
by ithe The STANDARD PANIB
estitoni.of Too Great aRisk.
uto ihesi.' In almost every neighborhood some. GUARANTEE and TRUST O ..O
body, as om ihas died fron an attack of oulic or5 PORTER BLOCK GAINESVILLE
er dutty, cholera norbse. often before mudiine COMPANY
Slr ounld be procured or I phypieian iuuu-
nii A etedy for tose Will y stop your rent and buy M
lasses to tis.davess litould -be kept'at hatind..The a
as Is a t a 4< you a h for inform a on
ce sic risk i, Itoo grat for .aty one to take. you asi F
laims anid Chanberlainhsa *oIe, holelr and call oim
rd secur- Diarrhoea Remnedy has undoubtedly
to tih is avd the lives mort o p iopi W ndrRe- Regulates the Liver, Stomach, Bowels and Kidneys.
uti. lc iovod 1 ore pain and utiflerinig than bE0 W' OY $, and Kideys.
any other meloeine in uleo. It eatni al For btliolUnsesI, constipation and malaria.
ways be depowided upon. For sale.by UFir miadl lt" sick and nervous headache
all druggists and mtedioin comtnies. . orervousess. hart failure and nervous
..tion t..w T.gdpheb0n40y1. andkilne- diseases take Le on Elixir.
Vport l "4AMothOrOuomrA f 1 eghde 0 b r .anic regulation, take Letnon litr
.iin, has oisn*w Tite ph company a led Et T. AL ._, .._ .
"h Oldbdiuggists I,
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TE DA: S:;AINES IEF RIDALEIAY 19, 1901 _NAY1,190

Geral Wood ays his mission in the NLAN DEfANDS APOLOGY.TT A
S+ .Ph..illppines is of a m.lltary character. --.. .. WE INHERIT L
S Naturally this is a military adwin's- Cartonist "Claims Governor Penny. W I HI.
"; '- tration. packer Has Slandered Him. crfla nit it in many ways Swelling of the glands ofrthe
IeM., IIf-- ..... mnwy .....-.-- .. !lephi, My l-.harlel e, fensivs~oread ab..
Most men have. twork hard for l c i ii h srmns ei s "

'4nt tkear nt ad ne s om

h.ean 4H- leaves thrust upop them. ter on. he libel bill, as applied to the bone, is transmitted iold, s aee .
ntheolt, The expressions of certain editors Mr, Neaal demands pro pology, the seeds are planted in inent physloinsl were ,eo's eLi.
staies.poa. during the Russian Manchurian sensa- failing to receive Wlhigh he gives no- infancy and unless the nocent. o n nahe t we dotd
nths: 1.016 tion demonstrated how anxious thi boy tic he will bring suit aitait the gov blood Is purged and pu- try 8l.es. sThat medicine at once mtnme
eweel- with a "big stick" i'ito use i ernor for libel. He says in the let rifled ald every atom of a ee an com a cure. e It n
10 centS lathe taint repioved orldo adyoadhanV e I.:

Sea Mr. Frederick On of the United I beg to say to yo, ir, that when ula s sure to develop at South th Street. '. B ]
or0eaad- ., you applied this epithet to me. you someperiodin yourlife.
States Geological Survey has suc- uttered as unqualified falsehood I No remedy equals S. S.S. as a cure for Scrofula. It cleanses and builds
Ide known needed in cutting frcm a pideeof rock am not an 'outcast; I am not a, 'ragr- up the blood, makes it rich and pure, and under the tonic effects of this
a sheet 1-1,000 part of an inch in thick. bond.' If you will not retract, and great Blood Remedy, the general health improves, the digestive organs are,"
elt.rbt-page. ness. A close have. will agree 'not to plead the prtllege strengthened, and there is a gradual but sure return
very Mop- Vas te _of your position as a. defense to the n o health. The deposit of tubercular matter in the
aD $ 1e. St. Lonis promises th there will be wrong you have done me, I will insto. points and glands is carried off as soon as the blood
nde, to n ntrmur rirod on th fair -tute proceedings against ynru within is restored to a normal condition, and the sores, erup-
reWe, to n T re o t o b e fr i five days and will hurry the c !ae to tions, and other symptoms of Scrofula disappear.
a. fordy.00 ground. There ought to be. It ie a trial with the utmost expedition, so S. 8. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable and harmless; an ideal blood
..I.. dastouriey from .one end of tsthe jury an:l the courts and the larger purifier and tonic that removes all blood taint and builds up weak constitu-
atter first grounds to the other, jury of .the people of the common- tions. Our physicians will advise without charge, all who write us about
otherwise td ------- wealth may know whether I ain the their case. Book mailed free.
aisng in i The evident desire of the adminitra- 'outcast' you have stigmatized li- e or WIE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATlANTA, GA
SUN, tion to suppress the facts in the post- whether you are a slanderer and libel . -- --
. .FLA. office scandals is having the natural er of an honest citizenn"
34 kow resulit of chakting confidence rIm- in t he e" n- --'- F lord a E as i m a re duehoats l tis
TUTE. tiret postofltce Departen nth. en Harriman Arrive in New York. oast
pointed S A enna ha in Senator For- arrived here on hils api vaal trai n at a
pd Int0 Senator H.n h t r 10:40 o'clock. He waled f the LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect April II, 1903.
,the of aker an enemy who will keep the ju- train to hi a automobile and in an In-
thorouh iuor Ohio senator quite too busy in terview .given from the vehicle said SOUTHBOUNOi-REAO DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP.
nformed Ohio for llome time to permit of his en- he had suffered from a slight attack of No.ji99 No I S No.98 N o.78 o
and ft- toriang the. presidential boom. aippendlcotio,. but had received the best Daily. Daily. STATIONS. Daily. aly. o
]~a. for sitground.There o f-r- t attention andl expected to 1sail for ---anotesypmsf----d --ar
7 pr A^ording to John Brlsbane Walker, iluropeonMay 268 .i g acksoyvtle::::::::::::.a..ll:a:::::::: a i
I Bullock the housekeeper, n another quarter of ----- -t l .... ... ...........,A euatnes...:::'::':.::::':... :::. S stit
mmitter a century, .will have to beoa chemist 0 --h -- co -- o 7a i1142.a.......--wla4vis aita..... ... ......al..... .4w ho-e as -
the insti- and a trained scientist. lit th iUi by. I9-SI lop Ar ..... : .............lark .............. 't10 ai 0
ve, Hen- that time few men will be able to af- Headache, biliousness, heartburn, indl- 8 303 p ..... .. .............San Mates................C .... ........ .I .
, re t pr- ford matrimony or housekeeping. geetLon, and all liver Ills are ored by Lv........... N .. .... 0
Board of o d il -S8 "pB .....................Bunnella..............L... 4 00a I Sp
the re- The tyranny with which Secretary -p 'P .... YOU hav stgai.... ont..........S E I........... al p _
nmmitteo, Root eleot, to govern the expressions Sold by all drugglstas. l 2 ent* p 8 p ........ ....... a Poat Ornge ............ : a ISp "i
been ap- of all army oflcers, active and retired, .. ....a...... : i- 0p ra 0mp ...................aNew emyrna........... ....... a4o15 p o
Board of is causing the greatest dissatiSfaction E ............. ..... .... ....
s of our with the present administration, not eI ip e e A /-1 :a eSln-.
omposing ely among oicers but among their t.HarrianArrioe*In-------- ----------st
legislature frSentds, and IShlaDhieasea rned by g 1n h e F- ....................-ebastian ...r-.....-........ /- 012 1 Ip 0|
S fowr to TourstB returning from cub ar-e | t . ...:. la ..::: .::nE :::::: A01p il11,l1 0g
ay a few bringing new of greatly improved A ALVE.......................den...................... 9a
traveling Tacilities and predict that e ipbi ........... ...... Ie e.u ......... ......... p 10 a
ling gte- -the Pearl of the Antilles" will soon The nbo"t Nheal9g salve I the world. S |8SS ::nd-- .p O0
ith t hem become the Mecca for Americans in The osr laid Stek To Ith. .b 4a iST!Tl ..IS..........e eh..:. ? p SSa
SRtho con- of nov nd Hlae of H gh Tower, Ga., w ris t e .6 r A .................... oynton ............. ....... I7 p 007 a
ft ocn- searthe of li" el y i nd beauty of ethir'b ie eut reafoori 601 0 ip-................. ,.-- Doray- -................... 0-702ap 8p 6 -
_*_ eebaTllt m ea t o his O la 01 ' Mp ......- -........-- ..-..... Laudsrday-..l................... 6 01p 8OBl a s
rtesies as nury,' 1 .a v a as e co uld s ot sle s 0 os ip ................... Hiandale........... ... p 7 45
n Itlin. W ued i a i0 a p ...................Lemon City ................... 1 72 a
ld allow. The interest in the Democratie can. Bh sad a p Ar.................. Miami ............ ..... :r.v co p 7 i
ir appro- didate for the presidency manitnfested tm Mu to It ot Is do h .BO IDT.LBS OF BRANCH LINES.
entiotn. at this early date, promises t much fore aiobry. esOdtihae altlh.v.doaofo r. ... Ii-
the press the i success of the ticket, as does the *UARANT~IE P*o@ 20 Omit. 8A3S7o RASOU. ORANGE CITY B 6ANIOH.
what we bravado with which Republian pol1.- old by W. C. Wallace's Drug Store. S i \, hDity Dilyi "\ox. No IN5c.
uk for th.e havto beat, T i Lv.-......... ...in.- San Zitej .A tp 10 a o Lv..N.. ar na..Ar 1 40 l
sre fro ntm g-o.a-n-,- li verillsar. o are bfe qdO ria s oLv.... .....lnterprlheen ag 2..i28 .........Ar.. f 86 ..I..Lv .o .yAr o 8o 8t
a peapf- State of Ohio, .ity of Toledo, e A... .... 8 0rd .........L o 1o a 8 n. ......A.oa. L
it, their Lucas ouit o athe Fruit and Truck Grower i l* o AYPOST RANol. '.IyNo. 22
Spent is senior partner of the im of F. J. | oo a .p so aLt........Jacksonvile...-....Ar........ 7 4a 1 p SlO
Theo gen- heny & Co., doing business in the One0 Year--. -- -- $1.100 i p1201..a .inp laL ..... .aDoksenville ......Lv ... T 87a i p
ition was City0of To ledoe oopnest......... .. 10 e l 0 1Po....ia I ayict a(.......a boa
8.yya4210 tl "20 ,aP..........Poabrt .. Lv O1anet..1.8.1

d work. sfid, and that said firm will pay Onite T a Ip U oI p tleaAr. ..........Mayporis .......LY ........ t a t 0e i d
gathered Hlundred Dollars for each and every These TI hTale hwthe thaeatrwhiehtrat n maybe esoeoted toarrive and depart
efioient ease of Catarrh that cannot be cured A handsomely illustrated nmagazitne U ealt re..n.Tior ayvelay or anyne.nasr
pervisors. by the use of a Hl's C.tarrh Cure, devoted especially .to the interests of s..
port, ind Sworn to before nmi a subscribed Florida. vegetable grower o KEY W EST AND HAVANA
tures for in y presence, tls fifth day of D A special trl subserition of sx PEULAR AND DETAL TEAMS CONNETIO AT MIAMI.
ceber, A. 1)d 18806 months will be sent on receipt of 2A
ted to the W. A. OGLAsoN. cents. Stamps taken. E.t April 1___, 1903.
red estibc AI. Notary Publi u O........ ND. ........ ..... .... ........ ....
f the ih0- ' otry P bli.,........................ a Lv Havana Mon., F --1 .13 om:00
inoreae- Hals Oatarrh Cure is taken Intern- and o ..S..S. ... .PKere. ."'e u... at--- "------. 6s
S The allyW and aien directly onr the blood and Pla nd Grower f Long haeo ...r.,............ . ............". . 9{S ,
sd, famucorn aiiart isaoa the s yteni, Send -
eased fa- for testlionial4, free. F or copy o Let. Ttme Oar. or other Itormaton addr. an. y Agent.
by each F. 3. Osuwal & Co. Toledo, O. Staple Sea Island Cottoa will find L. D'. BAu a, Asat w. Pa lt. Az nt., ST. AUGUStI. FLA.
About eold byeall Druft nilsts, 71. *
td Abutp- HaSl* Family Pills are theTbe't. - NOTK, In order to make oonnection at Oraprr City Junction with Atlantic Coasto Line
eds M um tee, it to their interest to commenti the following ssh 1ute. oanaenclr M sa 4, 19013:
Soumott s a4ette. -Leave mra...... 3. p.m .o. --Leave Orange City Junen..1.40a pm
,fltrepro- New York, May 18,--eThe pedestal Arr6eorte6y. *... pm Le.ave.O-g City.. ....a 4ilsm
Sfor for the um to be d n Arrive Orne City Jun 4 m Arrive New Smyrna.. p
Sint al f r fr th ni onuameran thool be red In li te wit. T ....N A D .. .. '....
l muihall Pam-is by American sc hool children ixU t ,,oo&... ... .Miami ....................... .





THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MAY 19, 1903


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Y L BANDERSON DEAD.
*1l Knows American Opera Singer
Suocumba to Pneumonia.
Nrl!rs. May 18.--S ybl 3and.ron. the
I ,1own American opera singer,
&d suddenly today of pneumonia, r-
ting from an attack of the grip.
'e announcement caused a pro-
ad hock in the American colony
.re, where she waa well known, and
ughout musical and theatrical cir-
0s,_ She returned to Paris from
s* lix weeks ago suffering from a
Pht attack of the grip. Her con-
on was not reganmled as serious,
she gradually grew worse and her
.kness finally developed Into pneu-
nia.
4"The doctors. continued to hold out
s of her recovery, but the sin&
ank, and finally succumbed this morn-
g. Miss Sanderson's mother, the
dow of Judge Sanderson, of Califor-
with whom she lived in Avenue
Bole du Boulogne, and other rel-
yes and friends, were present at the
e of her death, IncludinDV 1 X sistIers,
th and Marion and M,--y Garden,
?sf Ohicago, the soprano of the opera
mique. MisA Sandorson, according
0 report, was to have married this
Bummer Count Paul Tolstot, a cousin
of the Russian novelist. The funeral
2-1of Miss Sandier'son will 'tak place here
On Monday. Miss Garden said Miss
Sanderso, who had been unconscious
b ince Thursday evening and had smf-
fered great pain, regained her senses
-k before death came, although she pase-
ed away quietly in her sleep.
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: "For 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 Cure. 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
physicians for such troubles. I have
prescribed it in hundreds of eases with
perfect success." Sold by W. C. Wal-
lace's drug store.
WHITES AND BLACKS AT WAR.
Race Riot Reported From Smith Coun-
ty, Mississippi.
Laurel, MisA,, May 18.-The fiercest
kind of a race war occurred near
Burns, In the northern part of Smith
county. Prat.Lies n Laurel from a
neighborhood near that section,
state that the whites are up
in arms and are whipping and killing
,negroes wherever they find them. Up
to this writing one white man had been
mortally wounded and several hogroes
killed.
The trouble was started by a negro
jumping a crop which he had pitched
for the Bruce boys, and the latter hav-
ing advanced the negro considerable
money on his labor, went after bhir
to pay or resume hil work, The no-
gro was found among friends, who,
with him, threatened the Bruce boys.
The Bruces went home. and gather-
ing some of their nelghbo'ra about
them, went back after th& '. On
their way to where the dzl- were
left the party was ambushed and the
degrees firing on them, mortaflly
wounded Mr. Oraft, a fatnrer.
The white men returned the rre and
made chase for the negroe, The
riot began Tuesday aud ft ia t4 that
the enraged white men of thie com-
munity are stll In the sNdte search-
ing for the negro who insttgated the
trouble.
World Wide Reputation.
White's Cream Verminfuge has
achieved a world wide reputation a.
being the best of all worm destroyers,
and for its tonic influence on weak and
S unthrifty children, as it netutralie the
I acidity or sou rness of the stomach, iti-


tion of food, strengthen* their nervous
system and restores them to the
health, vigor and elasticity of spirits!
natural to childhood. 25c at Johnson I
Bras.


W9NDERF4.J!L. BOY LECTURER.
Master Arthur Spprill Will Talk About
the Klondyke In This Cityg
Master Arthur Sipprell will deliver
a benefit lecture in favor of the Oak
Hall baseball club at the opera house
on Tuesday, June the 2nd, at 8 p. m.
Sobpect, Scenic Attractions of Alaska
and tile Canadian Northwest Territo-
ries."
The boy in a free and easy way pic-
tures to his audience those scenic at-
tractions, which compel attention.
Many new and important pictures im-
press themselves upon the recollection
of all who hear the boy. Neither pen
nor brush can convey the proper idea
of the sublimity of those marvelous
mountains of the North. They must
be seen and studied; one must live
among them as Arthur has and watch
the glories of sunlight upon their ever-
lasting snows and glaciers ; misit climb
their steeps, and breathe the cold, thin
atmosphere of those dizzy elevations,
and train their eyes to meiastre soar-
ing pinnacles and dark abysses, ore he
can realize their stupendous grandeur.
One itnust hear the thunderous voice of
the whirling storm amid their peaks,
the avalanche tearing the forest front
their native slopes, and the booming
echoes of waives of mighty sound
,breaking against the walls of tiuneas-
ured ravines, ere the full power of
those matchless monuments of thle
old time war of forces is impressed
upon the mind. Therfore the. boy
lectures as a witness and not nsa copy-
ist. lie has a clear child's voice,
seldom sounds n false note, and never
fails to hold the closest attention of
his audience.
A Runaway Bicycle
Terminated with an ugly cut on the
leg of J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, 111.
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.
All Well on Umbria.
Queenstown, May 18.-A wireless
message from the Ounard line steam-
er Umbria from New -York, May 9,
was received at Crookhaven today, say-
ing: "All well. Expect to arrive at1
Queenstown 3:30 p. m." The Umbria
is the steamer on board of which an
attempt was made to ship an Infernal
machine at New York Just previous
to her sailing.

DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK ?

Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody yho reads the news-
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
SIth great kidney, liver
and bladder remary.
V It is the great medl-
cal tauopho (f the nine-
tednth century; di -
covered after years of
sci !tiflo research by
l|[ Dr .Kllmer. the eme
S neat kidney ald blad-
wonderhlly kuo ul in promptly curing
lame back, kid.,y, bl~dd urio &cld tru
bleos and Bright 's iaseu, which Is the wort
form of kliney troubai.
Dr.Kliimefwmffi Root Is not reo
ommended forewerytlhingbut ifyou havakd-
nay, Itr+ra blldder trouble It will be tofud
MMhe ir edy you need. it has beeu tested
Wtnaywya Ip hoepgtal work, inpityo
a.mong a haip.r too por to pp.
chase reef and Mproved so stupoeru, l
every case that a special angement hee
been mada by which all redersofthilspaper
who have not already trted it, way hav, a
telln more about SwmpRoot and hos to
flind out f you htkidnby or btadd tr oul.
When writing antion readng this

Dr. K timer & C iuntre, N. Y
teulr afty ,etand ".: ii

dollar iatseue ld by all oodee d |
Don't make any mistake, bat hmemm.
her the name. Swamp,-Roo Dr KZI
merias 'wtanpLw. and t1 &i* sales


Air Brakes Fai.ed to Work. Bngha_ '. ,_ ..... ""
Marion. 1ht4. May IS,--Twenty one .
pezions weTe injured by the orerrtarn '
Ing of a car on the Ufion Traction 4 ai u
line, while runling at a hgh rate of I
speed in this city early this Morma0g 4
The air brake failed to work. The
most seroustly injured was Dr. H. A.
Woodruff, of this Hity. HIs r*an was ; 4
broken asd he was a'so severely c- t. ljt-w.it
Not a Sick Day Sn1ce1
"I was taken very siek with kikdey
trouble. I tried s or *of o m4 b *#
lur oS f Wlich relieved 'e. i OfdaIZ


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(it trte teonomy, (otld clothing
is el.a per um poor oh l)thing--no-
matte'r what the' r'spoeti e prices
miy be.





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Money. I kel ou t t. hl"Dimthe tao
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lI, FORIDA, MAY 1903


....... EMMPHI$ POISONING CASE,
l f Poi tol Are Busily Engaged In Hunting
| BillE Mt HI"f3Up Clew,
PAS, -Th:"5l clhls, vLay 18.-The police ao e
1' .: making every effort today to locate
^000 to be Apprwoprated for t plaewhWere the p a
to :-. be: -/ ,,,,o !,..
.nV,.oer 1Adams' 4. md of0Trs 10bottle McCofrlk w hoy and oars-
4ca% Siapment forwo SYew0#s on whilch wat scnat from this eity to
. or. Kate N b e,* of lca cinnatt, and
hVneD ,fTiLL PaISENATEdwatchnth r d i te death of John
$....-t1 wckyaloz an oxirrelt s employe of that
th Adas' .OMyO.tIs-Thet HouAend trs. I. ie ;'m!., twho wayear-
int tI atpd Biid R isin o alarles of r t( at, t < i o -gtr :oof the Cine ln-
iblnet Officer se bill enate pprp nar i p ', r f.. o lady at.wthe
C y,000efh feor the t Sh. b e hasof


S ?rAitaT hth. taipme itc this dime's
a 8e ouse tr,''t1 o *t t `",'v. i! '. : ';.ro t WO ye.a .rs
4i py ott eAof 4,to 8s paOse4 the o
'pitoaly dm nd eniit bill appropri-i I i oin o :. !r el
t e IO 1 ooh0 ea ery for the !d h rt -' a e of
ile ecanl)imento this it.
r' .d ne t. It is. believed Use ..etIve t" ..
..willUpas.tlhe Senate without tor,-Harry ;, .i r.i.
it ulty. FIc1iler, all rV.1c i. :.i ,: :[,!
.V i Bonnte passed, the Adams Oon- to arrive tri U$: :o r W-,. ,etoc-
(Ohl Amend enI, bill providing, tve -Iouilllon thIf h o t, !ic ,-

aso well asVi the i'd "ti ." i'' .
iry~itl! eiSotS..:oliy.econtae~ ln-oti toel poa.)-'s c r t :e : : 'ri,!


"ih bill providing for the raising of
I eV galarry of cnbillet officers*500 each
...annum passed the Hoose today by
a lge1mBjority,
IN 'I1 MAYOR'S COURT.
Trloof Offenders Paid the Penalty of
Their Sins Monday.
Other we w an interesting mayor's
9qpZ.t('Monday morning, three offenders
ivlin IvWer for their indisclretions of Sat-
Ittlay and Sunday. i
i the absence of His Honor Mayor
iiaod President Broome of the
'A:, tcted as mayor pro tern,
,' be rlit.case called before Hlia Hon-
| 'i ir.'' Thom. Nipper, a white mnan
Sreiitd Saturday night upon a charge
,t4i~sorderlyconduct. It appears that
ilpfer, who resides in the rural dis-
itrots, was celebratig too freely hisa
isi;tto town. He Imbibed frequently
In thattbeverage known as Old North
airolina ebrn, with the result that he
took up more of the street than he was
entitled% to. He was fined $5 and
it1Sroa'i|lating about $7.50.
WIt .UW ihole got drunk and

trito take the town. He said some
ardb things about some colored women
Who happened to pass his way and was
aristttd. He delivered a bunch of
e0B osnd-costs.
$Jame Johnson throw a rock at a
ronian who called his mnother-in-law
i:old Jatk. He was arraigned before
(slHoniot, and atfer explaning why he
threw the stone, was fined $1 and


c 50sts'B.
SLETTERFROM MR. RIVERS.
,' txplains the Bill Providing for Time of
Holding Court Hero.
S Editor Sn : As I anm*informed that
there is sonie dimlerence of opinion as
to the time when the terms of the
oiroulit court in (ainesville shall bo
held, I will say that there is a bill
;pending before the I legislature pro-
4i.vilding that the spring tern shall be-
gill on the third Tuesday in February,
anti the fall term shall begin on the
f.irt Tuesday in October, and each.
.taiem may continue for a month i(
n^issary and the cleaning of the
:doolkets demands it. Iit the last eana-
o "algn I promised thio people to change
ithl.time for holding theo circuit eourt,
s 'that it would not conflict with the
.i eteltaion, arid in miy opinion the imas-
I. ageot tha i bill will acoomplish this end,
S.and tjive every relief along that Huei
.* ) t Ithe people tavo been dematiding.
miiant otvery Wctimon that reads this let-
l |\h upgles above stggested will be bone-
fla, to Write me atlt once, making such
iu agestlo"fs as he thinks'would be but-
ory rotlctfully,
T1::': Taallaluisee, May J,,


S 'Ii, . .. at savn.
1i1hfith 'h'. .l. r to mt,',t in Atlanta
ient AitI .

i i '. tIut Io'n v it .. '1 touring the
%- ''tree se ot.ion t t.'01,-nia In ait
7 v m i, 'l.er l h r-Ifoit- ha S I on visited by
gB mee subn o, ," ' .. ..? ,!
S lat thie < !eml~Slon or the duty ont

l t'i ent .lt bl'.,'n lt the h. ubnh ,'
ii e lU ,t Alit'^n. 'l'II<' rallrort^
Is t hen 1 th r, lu v,, ll di-nagxv

SSTtte. in lth-e tRvtdw of Re.
'it u Ki)t 'twimd to visit th,
S.i0 ,.ti ito'ltln 8tuad says
3 0'dwatt ioesa ioit announce at
$ ar .illt take initatiP .
te.d~~l53t~e00"n<


contained the po'so e-t ""l .
It Is stated t',t '.
street in the a.o < : . 'L
package was l-;i1'!l( ; 1
way. The police ar' a:
clew.
The Hloiton Coi.
Little ,Tomimy-'Canl I eat another
piece of pie? -.
Miiunn (witheringly)-l suppose you
Toiiany--WVell, nay I?
Mniman-No. dear, you may not.
Totm3y-Darn grammar, auyway!-
Lipplncott's.
Too Attractive.
"And here," said the salesman, "Is a
very fine umbrella. The handle, you
will obsM-ve, is especially attractive."
"Thait's Just what I want to avoid.
1Every umbrella I ever owned has been
entirely too attractive."
One Iteason Why.
"She Is very bright for one who has
just lost her husband."
"That's so; but you must remember
that she is In the honeymoon of her
widowhood."


After crosses and losses moe
humbler and wiser.-Franklin.


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HOW BONNER I

SUCCESS
The career of Robe
the veteran publisher,
n signal Illustration of
ot perdotent and sag
vartislug. When be
publication of the pa
phenomenal sucoese hI
tame and fortune b
'wait for the people t
slowly tand gradualy,
eating feiturea of hbls
Ft forced qlhs enter
on publio attention b
tematio lavishness
penditurs Wi ad'
whlh at that- tr
without p $iodent o
ItL teOl*i pairwe
newspan'Tr wet'* s4
high prioi to blas-
the merltits ot il u
leg,


grow


rt Bonne'r,
fur nlshbes
the value
aclous ad-
began the
iper whose
rosght him
ie did not
o find out,
Sthe lnte
journal.
per wie p-

verght him
e did wasn't
i paral-
of daily
oured at
on forth
Indortak.-


Promt one eod of the country to
the other the names of Bonm
and his Led4gs wre made fa-
mllar to the peopeio by constant

Cousnrvatlve publishera. jog
goingg atlog to the ruts of old
routine, pvophelsed bankruptcy
and ruin for this unconventional
innovator, but Bonier kept on
spendlflaI large share of him re-
celpts to buying publicity, and
those reeelpts Incrwsed with
atartltig rapidity.
ltvery dollar disbursed In this
way brought In mort dollars un-
til croakerti wet. Confounded
and psslmtiss In this particular
btranch oif, buxnems alleiced by
i!s( tre*mndous suees.
The leton tIs one that is asa Wel
worth b hedin todlay a It was
forty ylars ago. Philadelphia
huiletlan.


Mr- llp--1 t*to
^^'*^ Ceie..


.JIm Dumps' great aunt, Infirm with gout,
'Had worn a good digestion out-
Could take no food-or sour or sweet.
JiM sent her "Force," which she could eati
So grateful was-his aunt to him,
She left her all to "Sunny Jim."


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Sweot crisp Sfaes of wheat and malt.


Toke It to School with Them.
"It Is the food of all others for me. Some time ago I heard a lady say
that she did not know what to get for breakfast any more. I told her to try
' oroe.' She says her children like it so much they take it to school with
them. T. R. BUENT."
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n t a" p Theytemporarily
Don t akee cure constipaton
Sby agitating the
bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until the livr
secretes enough bile to make the intestines
execute their natural functions. Unnat- da -
ural agitation caused by cathartics, i compels
continual and increasing doses to
Iatta o the results. S B i


For Wale by Johnson Bros., Gainesville

S T.A.BXr S.,:-MI 1809.


H F.DUTTON&CO.
COTTON DEPARTMENT.


GAINESVILLE. -


HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR SEA ISLAND COTTON
In Seed or LiUiT, Large or Small Quantitleti.
Advances made. Warehouse charges free. Firm offers
made by letter or wire. Correspond-
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P;tahs in Africa.
It IntyY bo i\ ;u>j-i'rc to the unen-
lighteeid to leti" ii,;it probably no ox-
plorer, In teoli-hig L:Is passage through
Afrl-i i lia.i cv,r fl'r more than a few
days at a ttie io t oil' some "benten
track. lv.,ry vilht:. o is counected with
some other vioin :c, \o ry tribe with the
next t ribe, evolry iaite with its neigh-
bor tid 1 lltrtl'iore' with all the rest.
Thli explorer's butiwies is simply to
select front this ntwork of tracks,
ke(p 1n giewn'itl ili',t:oni and hold on
his way. They ire veritable foot-
paitlihs, never over foot In breadth,
beato'n htird niitid netted beneath the
level of the forest bed of centuries of
native trtilve.
Like the roads of thoe old Ilonmans,
tlihose fooiitputlti run straight on through
everythingg, .itlge and mountain and
valley, never shying at obstacles, nor
Snnywihre turning aside to breathe.
Yet within thihs general stralghtfor,
wardriess are a atsiguliar eccentricity
and an inllroctinoss of detail. And
tho reason is not far to seek. If a stone
ItS .oent (iitoredt no native wIll ever
think of removing it;. he shnimply walks
around It. It would never occur to him
that that sto .e was a displaceable ob-
ject and tlit for the general weal he
might dispihlae t.


'The w"'VAil*0e<' Appetit-e.
A wil('t s a 'tt' is> 4t>lhenoiPimiIl.
Iis chef dielt ot iastIs of( jet .tish; 1i.
Iai Hilnpl. ic' ei) hi S oolt lt1id plind-
die aileit -isur.-ly In order to t;ik in
jollyfTlls b1y the vaigon lod8. Silh, is
to met'thod (a opted by the w\hVlnone
.while. Tbi ,in,' \whale, oil the con-
trltary. cnpt Iures htge O(illds weighing
often severitl toits. Like Its brother
the wliiilboni whale, he tnust be conl
Stantly on the lookout for food; other-
wise ho would starve, As many as
fourteen seals have been taken from a
thirty foot "killer." Other fishes of
enormous appetite are not uncommon.
The bluefish, for example, thrives on
sardines and other mallU fish. Assum-
ing that one bluefish eats ten small fish
a day, It has been figured that It re-
quires 10,O00,O00,000 sArdines to feed
the 1.*,O00(0,(00) bluefish on our coasts
every sunitnier. Most cuxrlous of all
enters Is th hydira-a strniige creature
that can be titrumd Itildl out without
upairing iits appetite or Its power to
Speat. .Sete-itnici Am erilIt.,
I A 3t1tileh. ThiAt Pil4.
MtIstke iiAlet oni purpose are some-
t;.:i-a lw zitittlelt ind .a New York ,iet-
t-li..t t lli 'tt' ,s it thU,:
"A eOiOta',riWtl oIo' tlt $')a. anidl reiwat-
tk d( 1vti l di1 t) gtltl. The debt w, n
ir'rr'ctil <.ty w, but I hid no idoeu-
ixlatt l rV eviulee,\-l on which to tiasei a
suit, so I deCl'ided t I be foxy antl sOcurle
slt'h proof.
"I sent a bill for $100oowith a caustic
Ihttor, l!sgti)g that the tcoiucern would
at:wtr, riudiiatl'g the e.iim of $100
tintl saying tlhit the -amount wag $t .
.)nce I 'got this adlmaloli I would eW
to in pawateo. i t> su -
"Iniatiiit mi. ysuipritrle and pleasure
when li i t-lve'd a lettr fnromi the manl.
i.Ii otf the c 't'iern npotloglilu for the
dei anid ItiltO ling a check for $100."

"'Can no chlitli te.lljie 1What kind of
ih bilrd Noaih toi utt or thl aritr' askod
"Iilly can.'" y h uteledl the children.
"'Ils fatiter kwps a birdt store."-


**jud ,.
S. Forwlr Mayor A -' Sinteeeed.
N "MinnetaieuI M\^y 18.-TFotmett i Msy-
o; 0 A. A. -Amos a': a.t Matteet)
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AY 19, 1903


VliUS SCENE IN GENOA.
Where the Ban' LlIat It
.4 by Dryinul Clothe .
the most curious scenes In
is to be found in the laun-
nuarter in Genoa. This quar-
to of a short street which is
;by descending a few steps
off from the main thorough-
ildings of six stories rise on
e of the street, and from ev-
of their windows is stretched
.,more clotheslines sagging with
eight of apparel of every kind
itlon. An eternal shadow ctst
s of drying garments hangs
as quarter and makes it dark
my. The pedestrian who looks
toward the blue sky can see
but a cloud of variegated shape
or which effectively obscures
of the sun.,
center of the street below
tad in a sort of summer house
H of public tanks. Crowds of
Filed women gather day by day
out of door laundry to ox-
he gossip of the quarter nnd
tlt their piles of soiled linen.
appettrane of the lines which
I7pnd intertwine far above the
t it is to be judged that all the
that is done In Genoa at all
in this particular street.-Dte-
e Press,.

;.The First Anierleian Book.
is a remarkable fact that In a yNer
.the first printing press wais estab-
in Camb)ridge. Mass., or in 164t0,
t&erican book was issued from It
g the first published in what are
B# the United States), which was
Pi after reprinted in England, where
based through no less titan eighteen
ions, thle last being Issued In 1t754,
plt maintaining a hold on Etnglish
pularity for 114 years. This was
B "Bay Pttslmi Book." It passed
boUghli twenty-two editions in Scot-
Id, where it was extensively known,
last bearing date T175), and ae It
,Vas reprinted without the compiler en-
Joying pecunlnry benefit from its sale
Mwe have Irrefutable proof that Eng-
laBId pirated the first American book,
being in reality the original aggressor
SIn this line. This first Auericain work
enjoyed a more lasting reputation andi
had a wider circulation than any vol-
ume since of American origin, hiiavng
passed in all through seventy editions,
a very remarkable number for the age
In which it flourished.
Vernet at the Sea.
Vernet, the celebrated paiinter of sea
pieces, eager in the study of nature,
made several long voyages in his youn-
ger days in order to observe the vari-
ous scenes which the changeful ele-
ments exhibit In oneo of these excUr-
sions undertakpn .Antrely for the love of
the art a most violent gale of wind
arose, whon Vernet, without attending
to the perils with which lie was sur-
rounded. desired one of the sailors to
lash him fast to some of the rigging.
Soon after this request was granted
the storm increased, attended with
thunder and lightning and with every
circumstance that could add to the hor-
ror of the scene, and consternation and
terror sat on every countennedt, but
In the young painter every emotion
was lost in that of admiration, whteh.
so wholly engrossed his attention that
he every now and then exclaimed in
the most .enthuslastle terms, "Good
heavens, what a noble scenil"
True Blu .
The expreslon "true btlue,1 which we
hear so often, has not even an EnglIh
parentage, but is said to have been an
Spanish saying, which meant that tht?
blood that filled the veils of the Sr'L.I
tooracy of Spaln, was blue in color,
while that of Inferior mortals was
more or less black, and the proverb
that "true blue will never stain," to-
stead of neantng, as It In generally sup-
po41 i. that "a no1ll1 heart will never
digrace itself," actually rft o the
'blue aprons" worn by butchers on ac-
.ount of their net ihowin' tilmood statlns
-a far JlItump lids from the bin blood
SOf the haughty Spanish aristocrat to
Sthe sumhble apron of the butcbher' boy.
:-London Lady.


W1*les cadDan Blscih.
The w',wtl of ur itiuont irenuired
to mnIintiti TIlit life of a whale 1o i
OVIMhI:mt )1vt whI'iI- nbtil pas*", ihlmI)
;I,Influtl!:-Sll. *t11w sly *" t ftNotrtllI
,s'balft-l bri'tl t-locn from tI he statm-
t'ac-h f a 4,. :riii 4h:L. sayS Nature.
-,and hisir di-Ary *di. I-,l< tii1f t ivti4,.
Whicn 41, w', 'iv't l' too*.. T o
'wh4Ie-t('i -i..?,".l 3,n+irlpy ot*ht s ouKth -t tawUytw by the
ln4tmii74 7It h )i.4.t it m1o.*


:tlaol rT.. t:Wr .Nw. J nw. i tve .
SIBi niihtit. i w will isM twiK f
iaAlj #ti# *.to ilae i tp t0t ir -g,
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T)R. J. H. ALDERMAN.
]DENT IS' '.
[Suoeessor toSelSerd& Aldermann]
Over Dulton & Co's Blak. Geineaville
Speoial attention to Crown and ridge wo
Pione *s __"
f R. GORDON B. TISObN.
0 DnTIST.

' Graduate Baltimore Coolee Dentaml Surgery
Five year' experiInoe in New York City.
Crown. Bride work and FIlltntg speialtlteas.
Au WOaK GUARANTIKVu.
057r10 X IN WNDoaL BLO0K, O AIN ac. vLLI,. rr.A

D R. J. H. PIERSON,
DENTIST


South hlte Square,


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thenaura1arries lock. a .ros tho ha:! frot, Sadth'I
supplies the natural tW \l rtu ili ci.Os t l! ro s
juices of digestion and .. ... .... ........
does the work of .Jthe W IVTTON
stomach, relaxing the W. iTTO --N
nervous tension, while C CIVIL ENGINEEI0 AND I t IA V IYOR
the inflamed muscles GAl Ni u sWVL, aY, 1, .
and membranesof that Deals In res.ltA rtitte, i
Dealer In rea,. ..tate. '11 ,>, >i Y posted
organ are allowed to wh every eotilono land ini .\ .i iia troiuity.
eat and heal. It cures Oorre.pondoiue Holoited.
Indigestion, flatulence, ....- ------..... -
palpitation of the heart, J DEMPSEY,
nervous dyspepsia and PURNITURIE lMi',AIE N.
all stomach troubles by A and Mtde Ne,.w
cleansing, purifying and OKNG AnSi R .td 1 I,-I.RB.
strengthening the glands. LOOKING GLASSES RFI st tIE.
mem ranes of the stom- We buy or sell Furniture, or eanl oontraot
achanddigestive organs. with you onithl oo lmtto tioniwi.is. i'atronttge
olielted tand sautlsfat ilon tit d.'+... .
KM 0Dyspp A--"-o+ --
ArLFREDCS. TAYLOR.
PAINTING .\I\)
T Dealer. C.8uoly YPAPEIR HAN;I Nt,.
Bottles only. $1.00 Size holding 2 tlte OAINIESVI1LLE, LO'IIDA
the trial ze. whIch sell for 5sc. I ......
trerrd byL C. DtWIT 4 CO. CHCAOO Arent for DECORATORS \v .AI., ItI'EIIE
--- --COMPANY. New York.

iOD)IFOIID & McI.COLUL1. .. wa.Oou,wi.M1 SAtii, r nai.i

MEN AND WOMEN. WALKER & SIHAYLORi
Uw3Ua Bi.ag for U'nnatuial I
adl. i diichs r. tinlhutiwations. ATTORNE1YS-A 1'- IA \'.
4)uarhter Irrltittliia r tl<'rations
no01 tO itoOS. of na i cout >llrttinbranslr .
PfhPr" ii*iuos. otiis nt il atrn. Jacksonville,. Floridia
THNEVANtSCEMAILCO, gent or poienous.
wOI,,lATt.0.II Sold by DrImittsI, 14-8-02
s. or gitl it plit wrapper#, -......- --
Sp. .^ 1 AFE BELVEDERE,
Circular sent o- reque*,
WM. SCHILLCER. l',il-rltor.
rO TIE C. 132 W. Forsyth at., Jactksonville, Fla.
Oppoplte Poitttel We, the undersigned, hereby agree
to pay $1,000 to any manufacturer of Best dining place in city. Fine
paint who can show, by similar tests, Wines, Liquors ai.d Ciiars.
auy paint standing upon any metal
aurface as perfectly and for so long a TH'I EST END,
time as our FINE W1=ES, LiQUORS & CIGARS
GRAPHITE ELASTIC PAINT. JOU.N ME. o J ;s. I''roprletor.
We guarantee. ORAPHITE ELAS- 3sit-al W. Bay mt.-, .) acsotlivillo.
TIC paint to contain no tar, roslii, as- s
phaltuin or any of the products of Fauist Ibeer, bottle, and d"ran 1gh. Don't
petroleum, and when applied to any ,fal all e i. .l t
surface according to our directions to'
wear perfectly for a period of five W"HEN IN JACKS.)NVILLE
years, and we agree to furnish, free of --Visit ithe-
ftvIJC V rt~ m Ar ex &5it d,I tlL lb jI. rX1J 4)4 i1'


charge, all paint necessary to repaint
any snrfacv where It has proved do-
feetive. Signed,
The National Paint and Vairnih Co.,
Cleveland, Ohio, U. 8. A.
We take pleasure in announcing that
we have secured control for Alsohua
oufquty for the sale of the celelbrte4
GRAPMITE ELASTIC (genebtliy
known as Unele ,Sam paint.) Th1h
paint has the highest endorsements for
tin an iorin roofs and all exposed
metal.
T. V. T)IOMAM I. A 0 .


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0omplte 4'tock .f FU3.i.
ture, Satovea, eM Do
mfitIo 8ewiKXcMaehlkin to


Louisville Na hvll


Fir-.t-Ci. irvte l'-d '-
Qlu i k ,S7 bMeir to
tI.M I NGH AM. NASH1VILL,
E' V &4 ILLE, CIIICMO ,.
LOUiS iV IL, 1%E. OJOIItIATh
SmIT. LOU l!&, .E Al Pois..'


Sad All Po'ItI SP1t0we*4s
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THE CRYSTAL SAI.)UON AN 1)Ruu01
GAID)EN.
The beot Liquort itn the city. Enter.
tainment every night at Roof Oardea
Theatre.


Tff -isBT M lTAL AND
TINMIoN aItTrAustaEMENT


ATMFACTION < AttA NTIlAi.

a. A .iwlvlk, tLiei.d analeOr
Sf hklntis le. 1lorie.


1 Atlon Sl and Cafe
Jatrikonvll, lorlda


Merhantits Luneh fronm 12 t p. m.
Barthely RXckwter, also Ins
S pt.4 Warlrg4r lWt O l vaurgbt

.0t4i# fish, Ohlopr, (ame I nQatmn
to otwr. Pool; HilUlid, itowling


CHEAPER THAN OCTOR


SETTER THAN ME!ICIWE


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iv ,V '1iekok A ,. -nt for It,.'w rvatiln4 s,
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SOUTHERN iWAIIWA
In Connection With ATIANTIC C^M1 IN .
IPFIrCTIVII JANUARY 14, t ...

No. ao No.s3 No. a4 between Jacksonville and New York,
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roomi., ionplrkniot't, olhl), l ltol ilIts.(M, otirvi'v itlvill ud dtl ittni uari at o bleoi tn Juokrivialletttm lIvit ani -
Ntw Yv>ilk. A.rt ilve dully texei.tX, mixtn.vs: I'vtvoS daily oi tli, StindAityl. ,
Nos. M andt 14 -NeA.\ Y\ol aIni xlS KxN ress." Pu lihdrim. wi4 room sloeeini tl 4ano
dtilnlnit ou s bltwect, il seiouvillh iul N"w Yorki, IiUonhte betweeonl J oMntllIvIMe utol4 Wi t.ui "
ilgit on. Dilly.
No 1i niul ;i "\V. vwnshid to ,1 d Iuvi, ial It mlted." Pullhmnt.t druwnrtvi room iAlervIt r oiirs
otl0 evitl .i4oN t \l t tn\ii Ne'w ati'k. Cot.iliOt s Jtwonol t Jnclkt lvtllo nv liad Wt atiV lt t _it*rs ibetwv t'te i t',)i uiii. i .l w tvhlidton, Ihut .v;... ,, .. . -'. .".. = -
No.0 h 'lrotKig like "14a14id of the Sky." No.
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in l tniut I.

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nottil. ThIfl>l h It14 ltt1 it I tuti 't ( iit ro i iiltwelrt1 *1i0t0 1 t11 tIItCis o (hi tmo vli 4 1. 1, iV,-M i o too i l 441 oto t

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iEWS OF CITY AND

COUNTY CONDENSED

SMatters of General Interest Gath-
ered by Our Reporters.

IjPERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS

What Has Happened and What is Going
to Happen Told in Short Paragraphs
06 So That "He Who Runs May Read"
It ln The Sun.
SThbe Land of Nod tonightli
*amure with (ushmaniai & H1ll.
Sirettoersee Moyoers about those con-

Si .1M. Davidson of High Springs was
ji.' town yesterday,
COhldren'sltickets, unreserved seats,
to the Land of Nod, 25 cents.
2'icjl new Bermuda onions, two
| tlrb.s for 15 oents. ()'Donold & Saun-
I'Mrs. M. A. Coroneas of Jacksonville
4esin the city visiting her son, Andrew
Voroneas.
Get.yourese-rved seatsat Miller &
S A.era's today and avoid the rush at
t.Ol opert house tonight.
R ', L. Moltinstry 'of 0. F. X. refriger-
it.or Oars, After a couple of days spent
l -this lity, departed for Ooala yestor-
B.' As
i 0. Newberry of High Sprinugs and
AjeloxeRood of Montbrook were among
i. s.ht revisternld at. the Bromwn Houniit


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Mrs. Joseph Parrish and children of
Palatka, who have been in this city for
the past few days as the guests of Mrs.
J. M. Manning, returned to their home
yesterday.


Rev. A., L. Pricoo,
of Mcintosh, passed
yesterday en route
Springs, where on
ducted services.


the Baptist divine
through the city
home from High
Sunday lie con-


J. B. Gerald, State representative
for the New Home Sewing Machine
Company, departed yesterday for
High Springs and other points in the
interest of his company.
When you want a pleasant physic
try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They are easy to take and
pleasant in effect. For saole by all
druggists and medicine dealers.
The next regular meeting of the
Medical Examining Board of the Fifth
District of Florida will be held at
Ooala House in Ocala on May 27, 1003.
Gao. E. Wxtct, M. D., Secretary.


THE LAND OF NOD TON10IGHT ANDTOMORROW NIGHT


RESERED SEATS FIFTY CENTS AT MILLER & AVERA'S


Insure with Cushmmau& HIll.
See the little Sleeping Heads In the
Land f Nod tonight.
Look out for the Old Sand Man in
the Land of Nod tonight.
Try that corned beef at Fagan's mar-
ket. Only 10c per pound. tf
Look out for the Duke and the
Brownies in the Land of Nod tonight.
A. R, Harper, th piano man, made
a brief trip to Alachua on business yes-
terday.
Mrs. Thurman Kelley of Rochelle
spent Sunday with friends and rela-
tives in this city.
Prof. A. J. Foskett, the piano tuner,
departed yesterday for Micanopy oni
professional business.
Nice, ripe, fresh tomatoes, prices
cut in half. Only 25 cents' a basket,
O'Donald & Saunders.
Mrs. J. M. Rivers has returned from
a pleasant visit to her husband, Repre-
sentative Rivers, at Tallahassee.
W. '. Coleman departed yesterday
for Alachua, where he went in the
interests of Jas. A. Abrams, the piano
man.
Sam Leonard, formerly of this city,
but now of High Springs, where he is
conducting a salopo, was among those
who paid Gainesville a visit Sunday.
The Helping Hands of the Presby-
terian church will meet at the resi-
dence of Mrs. J. D. Stringfellow
Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Herbert G. Smith, a never young
man of Palatka, passed through the
city yesterday en route to High
Springs, where he will spend a few
days.


WILSON'


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CITIZENS ARE KICKING.
Complain That Trash Wagons Do Not
Gather Accumulated Trash.
A number of the citizens who re-
side on side streets are making a vig-
orous kick, the grounds of which seem
just. They state that the city trash
wagons have entirely neglected them,
and that the aecumnulation of trash for
,weeks is allowed to remain in the
streets. -
The presence of this trash is not
only unsightly, but as the snrmmer sea-
son approaches will be a menace to
the health of the community, The
matter should be looked into by the
proper authority.
FOR WIFE-BEATING.
White Man in LaCrosse Was Sent Up
for Three Months.
Deputy Sheriff J. W. McCann of La-
Crosse brought to this city yesterday
P. L. Hardy, a white man who resides
in the LaCrosse section, who was ar-
raigned before Justice Knight upon a
charge of wife-beating.
After hearing the evidence in the
case the Justice imposed a fine of $25
and costs or three months on the coun-
ty gang. Failing to raise the price of
his fine he was brought to this city
and will be sent to the mines.
MEETING OF SCHOOL BOARD.
Convened in Special Session for Trans-
action of Unfinished Business.
The Board of Public Instruction of
Alachua county convened in special.
session Monday, a full board being
present.
The meeting was called for the pur-
pose of transacting a large amount of
unfinished business which has been ac-
cumulating for the past few months.
The business being disposed of, the
board adjourned until the next regular
meeting in June.
Disastrous Wrecks.
Carelessness is responsible for many.
a railway wreck duid the same causes
are making human wreaks of sufferers
from Throat apd Lung Troubles. But
since the advent of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds, even the worse cases can be
cured, and hopeless resignation is no
longer necessary. Mrs. Lois Oragg of
Dorchester, Mass., Is one of the many
whose life was saved by Dr. King's


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yesterday. Mrs. J. F. McKinstry departed yes- New Discovery. This grad remedy is There was an exciting time on West REAPERS
S 'Jeff Harrisa of LOrosse, the promis- tvrday for New Orleans, where she garsesby fall Thrg t P e Maino street 8 .,Saturday afternoon,
ing salesman for Cooksey Rivers nt will visit her parents and other rola- and $1.0(. Trial bottles free. when a horse belonging to E. J. Baird, IIAY RA KES
that point, was a visitor to the county tives for a few days. The friends of Death of Mrwhich was attached to a heavy dump
: capital yesterday. this estimnable lady wish her a pleasant neou rs ths cart, decided to"cut up" a little, and PRICES LWEST
S t, a p. foreman in the sojourn. The numorots friends in this city he succeeded admirably, but with dis-
l. O. Wt Dtpttfor l'hoshiato Con- Insure with Cushman & 11111. and section of Mr. J. M. DesRoh- astrous results to the rig and an aeci- TERMS RIGHT
any at -w t o. Duinso era will regret to learn of the death of dent to himself which was nothLng
pany at -ornaudo, was a visitor to During the absence of Mrs. Urunm, his devoted wife, which sad event oc- short of a miracle that it did not break Thomas Hdwe & Seed 0Co
^ this city yesterday. who tis visiting friends and relatives at curred at her home in Jacksonville his neck.
. J. Outhrio of Newberry, one of Birmingham, Ala., Mrs. W, Leo Smith Saturday. Deceased was possessed of The animal started to run when op-
the leading yoMug busmmliss stn of that has secured apartments at the home of a most lovable and charitable nature, polite the Atlantic Coast Line passen- DR. MONK WILL PREACH.
progressive town, was transacting Mrs. L. A. Thrasher, 201 East Main and proved to be a devoted wife and ger station, and the rapid gait at which Eminent Atlanta Divine Will Deliver
business In this city yesterday, teet, N mother he proceeded down the street would Em CommeneentAtlantaDi Will Deliver
S Gilbert Kennard departed yesterday Single young men will find the The funeral was held Sunday after- have made a fast mail train appear as Commenceme r
oir Tallahassee. where he has been oolest furnishlied rooms at the noon in Jacksonville. and was attend- a snail. When at the corner of West The people of Gainesville are to be
tirutomied on busimiess, He expects 1rwn House Annex, 75, cents per
ed on business. He expe ek to Also several rom fr ed by a large number of sorrowing Main and Liberty streets the ve- congratulated upon the fact that Dr.
to be absent the remainder of the light housekeeping. Apply Brown friends and relatives, who desired to while colltied with a telegraph pole, Alonzo Monk, the famous minister of
wek. House offloe. pay the last respects to this magnit- which tore the body into eplinters and Atlanta, Ga,, who is regarded as one of
I W. LDr W Flakehas removed to Laf- The AtlantlantCoast Line offers a rate cent chaarcter. To the bereaved hus- severed the shabafts. The animal, more the finest speakers in the United
leot, Toun., where he will establish a of $12.15, Gainesville to New Orleans band and children The Sun extends frightened than ever, proceeded to the States, has decided to deliver the corn-
dental 01te, kiis numterous (laints- and return, May 16th to 21st, inclusive, Itssincere sympathy. corner of West Main and Union streets, mencement sermon of East Florida
i i frhin4 with him nbm~tdanoo of with limit returning May 24. A final For Those Who Live on Farms. where one of the shafts came in con- Seminary at Kavanaugh Methodist
Sa4wto .-i. : limit to June 15th will be extended by Dr. Bergin, Pana, Ill., writes : "l tact with the sidewalk curbing, throw- church next Sunday.
r M Oliver, Loon M orris and d epositing ticket with agent at New have used Ballard's Snow Liniment; ing the animal a complete somersault. Dr. Monk has never before visited
Do :iomt. expert to makI their depart. Orleans and paying the Customary always recommend It to mn friends, as The animal was pinioned in between
"re today forShll Moumid, near Cedar specii foI d-lw I an. confident there isno better made. the substantial shafts and could not that the commodious church on this
w r they will b ut an tisl for S al prices for th week 14X It is a dandy for burns." Thos who rise.' It was at tirst thought that he occasion will be entirely inadequate to
Sw ays. yards figured lawns A. regular price liv farms ae especially liable had sustained serious injury, but in- receive the immense congregation. It
yl- andl 2t-rc;l 10(X) yawn s flgmared lawns many accidental outs, burns andihaded th ar e
Sto Maso py rular price 8; dose white bruises, which heal rapidly when Bal vestigation developed the fact that he S to be regretted that the tabernacle
of aLty l'rkato XM. s 50 t t l)rtig a trgularprice ; 0 yanls lard's Snow LinLment is applied. It was all rigt. This experience, how- which will have a seating capacity of
Healing and lf eal. l'rie, brown hethag 4c, r ular price 6; should always be kept in thehouse for ever, should be a warning for him to ,00, will not be ready for this oc-
cents per copy. ErVy family should ;tIodozen ladies' hoe regular price casesof emergency. 26c, 50 and SL00 twhave himself in future. sn.
Shaveo ohek . IA. Q. U if 2c; 16 doson ladies' hose IC 12C regs-- att Jo hnson Irus. .-- Further particulars of the coming of
I o01 J.U. Gu0illiam of a lorida. lr prW. t A HandsomeWagon. hildren in Peril. this distinguished Methodist clergy.
Col. r..M lf' .' (ul i s A Hnse Wo. Some of the most anxious hours of a man will be given later.
e i ntlaary, Dr. J. F.l MeKinstry, Jr.,j in order to avoid confusion, we lenson, Roux & Co. have just another's life are those when the little MN ate D T
G>orge \W, Hyde aud l)r. J. .), Wat- have bhe renquestedi to state that tick- fiialhed and will ship today a handsome ones have the oup. Fole' Honey SMONSONS SALVE DID
kin. ktdeparted yesterday for Tallahas. etH 01n be 1 e ervced for the land of delivery wagon for the Fernandina and Tar is a safe and effective remedy d e-fteyLd dir
gee in the intreist of tho Seminary Nod only one night at a time. Tho Ice Company. The body anid gear of that r is a safe and effect have Effected a Permanent Cure When
lahtters. hbox office for Wednesday iight will thl vehicle are a rich chrome yellow, died fro membraneou roup if ihad Twelve Doctors Had Failed.
S Mairril d-.At the residence of the open on Wednesday morning at 1?t with black stripes, making a very notben for Foley's Honey and Tar." d B. Virling ofLondon.Miss-, und
Spareit of.thebride, Thirslday. May 14, o'clock rit Miller & Avera's. Fifty handsome appearance. writers C.W.L ync of Win,'hester, In d. date of April 21., 103, writes:
SOeorg 'tevens and Josephine A. extra reserved chairs will be placed In Thw best evidence.that the Fernan Sold by W allace's drug store J. Simonson, Gainesville, Fla.:
)(Dlkter.obn The T pt iId vow was the opwra house and opened for sale dina lee Coiipany know a good thing Death of Captain Bradwell. "Dear Sir: I write to express my
taken a uit a number of rela for tonight's performance at 0 o'clock is the fact that this l the fourth wagon AtlUant May 18.-Captain S. D deep gratitude to you, for your wo
Sstrle an friends with joy and con. this morning. whieh has hbeuen- o1natuted for them Bradwell for four yvars state school derfu sale has urged a or on my
rtllt Mr. Joseph lPuminaviile of Stillwater. by tenson. Rout & Co. during the past commissioner and for nearly five years y fotr rm wch s Talve tered great-
Qtla in the clever trnveling Mien.. after having spnt over $,+ two ynar. It Is a flrst-class advertise president of the StUte Not al school been work ng on the ftve dutrin have
wit-h tho bestk doctors for stomach mentt not only for the firm but the City at AtherA. dted Priday at Sharpee time, but failed to effect a cure.
M tlotuser oa Ludden a& ates Southern trouble, without relif. was advised by |as well. Fla., about 1"6 mllem south of Jark- .alve did the work in a lttl while.
.House, vann s s dng a his drugglt, Mr, Alex Rihard. Do tt ate coast, Captain took from the foot ten prie of
t Ojai hin 'the eity. HU6 4s selling the try a box of Chamberlain's Stomach os setal (t O dll e the glass had beenex
6WlinllvMertbun r Tabletsa He did so, andisa Its eaq asa4atoe u the g aree.nd exthactad
.... ........ ....lan toa, if .w4roubled with -*.IhM1w r o.p r t eo ;'w .a tiq arf t Ii i eatil"s cured and abwll sal ai.
:,",:-s, o0 adM : : a of
11"" lack of .ap )"titC, *5! &t&O.& 1n n Nw L1V .OE hIS 4s ... feel the rett gratld tm
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DIALECTIC LITERARY SOCIETY.
Young Ladies of Seminary Will Open
Commencement Program.
Since it has been announced that the
Dialectic Literary Society of East
Florida Seminary will open the pro-
gram for the commencement exer-
cises of that excellent school, from a
literary standpoint, this is an assur-
ance that the evening will be a most
successful and enjoyable one.
The Dialectic Society is composed
entirely of the young lady students,
and they promise their friends and
the public something of an unusually
fine charpeter on this occasion. The
program will be interspersed with mu.
sic, and will conclude with a beautiful
rainbow drill, which will be partici-
pated in by fourteen of the pretty
young ladles.
The program will open with a piano
solo by Miss Fennell, which will be fol-
lowed by a recitation by Miss McCook,
who is regarded as one of the best elo-
cutionists in the society. Miss Duke
will entertain the audience
with a vocal solo, which will be
followed by a character sketch by Miss
Styvender. Miss Irene McCreary will
render one of her famous violin selec-
tions. Miss Strobhar will deliver a
recitation, and Miss McLaren will
render a piano recital. Miss Shelton
will deliver a recitation, which will
be followed by Miss Holloway. The
entertainment will be concluded by
the rainbow drill, which will be pre-
sented in a most attractive manner.
The public is cordially invited to at-
tend these exercises.
Cures When Doctors Fail.
Mrs. Frank Chiasson, Patterson, La.,
writes June 8th, 1901: "I had malaria
fever in very bad form, was under
treatment by doctors, but as soon as I
stopped taking their medicine the fever
would return. I used a sample bttle
of Herbine, found it helped me. Then
bought two bottles, which completely
cured me. I feel grateful to you for
furnishing such a splendid medicine,
and can honestly recommend it to
those suffering from malaria, as it will
surely cure them." Herbine, 50c bot-
tle at Johnson Bros.
AN EXCITING RUNAWAY.
Horse Belonging to E. J. Baird Per-
formed Acrobatic Feat on Street.


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