Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/02123
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 05 22, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02123
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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Mrs. Lizzie McCormick Cannot Ce Tak- Miss carton's Plan to Widen Scope
Sen to Chi. of Society' VWork.
NashvIlle, Tenu.. May 21.--Governor Nw York, May 21-For the first
Prazler has Issued a warrant on thea thime since the strife bet'gan In tHie &A
requisition of Governor Nash, of Ohio, Cross, M4s Ultra Barto1, In a for-
for lMrs. L,:tzie McCormnicLk, undor at'- wiAl statement has ladoe r t:.renco
rest at Memphis -n a chba:'so oC &-:,,. to the controversy, and ( ha futucn,,-eil
ng." poaonhed whi.I.yt toalu:-inalI.I. a- plan to widen te acot the so-
wK preaneDrss company e .loye was lety's work. She says first:


Prominent Hebrews Say There Are
5,000 in United States.
lNew York. May 21.-According- to
promlinent Hebrews of this city, there
are fully 6 ,000 paid aptie& o the lRuie
tau governmnolit In the Unilted States,
It Isl ald that everything haItving the
loant Interest to the Rsuslan gouvern-
ment that Is said or done la the Unint-
al Statni-s L transm iten d ai i" ra illlv as



ULtter's Action aA to anLohu-
ri Not Sltlpylsing.

Almost Overwhelm HJm In killed by drinking it "Durng the entire period ofti oble by this army tf splet. Alfred Cunningham, Manager of the
Assistance was offered to the su- esent erences ions They are especially anxious, it Is
to Shake His Hand When He anco of the warrant by attorneys for the members of the Amnerican National d to t ltt written by orse- ong Kong Dally Prts Just Landed
d Hall-Resolutions and Re- Mras McCormick on the gro1ad that Red Oroes, I have never once ft that tited ,u atoIo to relatives and friends at Victoria, Speaks of Present Coo
f Committees Read. having ever been in Ohio she had t Itwas the diro of the A ie to this country n order that they may ditlons In Orient
fled from that state and is not a fu- pIe that I should personally eripr with-send back to tle central gvwornmmont
rleans, May 21.-The second gitivo from jurrtice as charged. In the circle of disturbance, and I utterances which may be usol as jua- Victoria, ". C',, May St.-Alfred Oun-
rk of the Confederate reunion Governor Frazier recognized the va- have consequently remaronrl a silent utflcatton for further persecution., lnglamn, manager of tfth Houg -Kon
what belated this morning lidity of this claim, which Is austain- and sorrowful spectator of a ceontto- Knowledge of this fact, It is sald, Dally Pr~ss, a passenger on the K-aKi
e hour set for the commence- ed in the case of Hyatt versus the very that appeared to e to e tehia- is what makes the Hebrews on thlas Miru. which arrived last night, a the proceedings but few of State, ,!ecided by Justice Peckham In ing wh-er no true, loyal fried ', tlhe sido so careful not to give verbatim in an lttolrvitiw here that Japanoes
gates and reunion officials the United States supreme court, Red Crosa would care to follow, extracts from any foelin leldtrs In Jourinalists do not regard Ruilaa's lS*-
attendance. where it is held that defendant must earring to allegations cunern relation to the mIassacres In Klkluiettff tion in Manohuiia as iurprliing or utin
Acussion regarding the city really have been in a state at theo time ex enl M is r wih a fr e and ieowhere. antcipated.
next reunion took tangible of the commission of a crime and -not but careful hand the bed i la es "We t protect our countrymen M r, Cunninwbars nays that whil- t
y. Louisville, Chattanooga, constructively, thbte aur he it se and ourselves," saidi a prominent Jew-i tentuon I bingh altltay it tl the
and St. Louis were mention- Governor Frazier made It incumbent iwstevr na haven publisher. "A ltusian canme to north by IwAslaait aggreaion, a mat
large delegation is working on the Ohio officials to prove that Mrs. to me, and as "freely I have given ofthIs city a year &go. lie said he 'ter of far greater importance to Amr*-
t and no city has the best of McCormick was in Ohio at ,the time all that I possessed of strength, health ,as a former oilior in the Russian i, l.ritaln and Jlapita wa overlooked
years ago at Memphis when of the commission of the crime with and private means. The how plan army l0 w1as 3 rtivt'O l to anfam. i the south. The eport 4 that of
was after the convention it which she is charged with being a fu- is the establishment of the first aid. teey. He at at our tbles and the in the s uth '
o have the best chance but gftlve from justice and holds that un- department. There have lwet I danced with our girl. We found news rn p iovinces,. Hoe was of the opinion
was taken and Dallas won lose this Is proven she rtust be re- branches of this work. An energon, of a confldential nature was leaking that 1'rance and itussia were ctigl$ in
it the situation today Il no leased on writ of habeas corpus, which cy se containing medical a lurgi out, so we had a secret. warning ut ecort, the orn in the north and
prediction of the final vote. s pi;,,n- at Mempb. c dre ngs ha beeA ovis to hm, liem took th0. hint lad d iap- the latter In the south.- lie Lay
nounced this morning by Ad-; This means that the woman will emeroncy cats arranged fo i peanr at once. Prance has bribed the ofmicals o
neral Mickle that General not be taken back to Ohio. She can for the dealing with "Tee Italians have their M-trh, Ian .a Kwaitag S and t u wto ltintg thao a-ppot
health was in a large meas be tried in Tennessee for murder un- cale of accident pending the arrival of Rusa has its hand of tu 'rderlrs, tunity tO pour troops nto that prnv-
red and he will in all proba- der statutes providing for the punltsh- tie doctor dsencin e rvh as the Mafia. In c r days ham, i o. Tho wouthe esaid r. of a i
lide over the remaining se- meant of orime cominmencod in this state "The other branch provides for the di Russian government do11 aways grater atIs now o ti re of tan that
he reunion. and consummated In another. formation of filrt aid emergency claos- wth nusalan govornmint doo. away o Oeater luterthonal -ritshthan a ht-
Gordon upon entering the witn oth ay one It wlshoa to. No one mOw In tho ,aorth. alhomgh (it pri.
again received with every. PYTHIANS MEET IN ATLANTA. es in every ity and ambulant. corps, who attacks the tusaslan govornmont ent the robellion In Kwang SI 8I lprio
,tion of affection and the voet- ME-- among the employee of mills. factorlesa saf.,, tally brigandage on a ltargo scale,
vnptly charged upon him fo Brilfiant Parade of Knights In Resplon.' an railroads." B8inw la t Friday no.inmouny has The rebellion in south China, h
5se of shaking his hand. BtL dent Unforms, FO EDbeen sent t Kishluenff trom this city. ays, tis another factor. Lareto qu(tit,
efforts of General Leie and Atlanta, May 21.-The tirty-fourtSh WILD LEAP. FOR FREDOM. he rellf fund is $ 13.000, of which title of arms an being shipped to
$Atat00 has be, en corttrtutod bty e ast the r.lal, fhiefly front the Uniteat
ilckle they would have over- annual meeting of the Knights ofHandcuffed Negro Jump from Fas$50,000 hae Jews. n ontr tod by a. the r d l, tly froe the Unite
him today as they did yester- Pythias and of the uniform fank be-rom wide Jews. stMot. and halodd by the rfto
gan in this ity yesterday. Train and Escape. I nwivement will break out pro-forelgn
alling the convention to or- The parade through the streets wts Ohattanooga, Tena., May 21.-Jobhn HARRIMAN OPERATED ON. in Its nature, to overthrow the em*
ral Gordon announced that a brilliant and striking spectacle, the er nego wo escaped fom the press dowager and reinstate Kwasg
cises would be opened by resplendent unifortia and glittering work houel haro and who wa 11r,I Rallway Magnate Suffered From At. 851, lIo *aid he had on the hbet ti1
ne stanza of the hymn "AU insignla of the kztightsA shthing In tbh rePe4 at Peterbuarg, Va., hats maide tack of Appendicitls. fornitallhn that a nmovmtent (vganlied
Power of Jesus' Name." The bright May sunshine, making an atb his escape Aalitn by5Ijumping, hand-, Oal York, May 21, -.I. Hi. Iarrlna ny o n nIlaaledilto scale a-nd La(tutin
aa rendered with fervor and tractive l eente. cu od, rto a outh#rn ritway tni m an. 7r t arn lu oy province Is r lallblo to brel-a.k out
active. work of the reunion ft was probably one of the mot ne r Morridtown, while it was goingU wa operated on today for aopoada ri at any anoe nt
nenced by the formation of gorgeous parades of a secret order B0 aiUse an hour. ti At the collusion of thai o it Mria tal tihat per stwtnfr Knta
ttees on credentals and res ever witnessed in Atlanta, and the heitff Hayes of this .ounty, had been th i tua. announs (hat s0 jMru say that rs l lwriw t lth)o Jap
ad by the reports of the marchers were repeatedly chetared by custody of the negro aiwl was bringing Te operation took pl at o'ock o lri at Rsa owill nore
committees. the great crowds that lined the-streets, himto ChatanoogaL A the train
inittee on memorial resolu- Mayor vn P. Howell made the neaire t Morriatown, and whtil the u the Hotel Netherlands. The pa reutnqilJh the Malh chuhan territory.
|which J. A. Challaron to O peningoaddrsof welcome on be shr d ist a d e Ueut was laid on a specially construct The I ii J Slt Bhimpo ha long i inter-
e.ih, opening address of welcome on be- sheriff had his head. turned to a4dregsW
presentd a tribute in hon. half of the city of Atlanta, andl his some one behind him, thi negro ralse ed platform arnd tRe ithr was adinl- view wilt the tutiarln minlter at Pt.
|ral George :Moorman, the remarks were reclved with gre at.p ed the tdow. ug hlnselt from latered to. hinm by Dr. laentnett. Lr, kin fru:1 tit4 crrespo!mdent their He
it generate of the Confedvr. e. This speech was responded tha train. He made th jump whil Wlliam i. r.Wll porforqd the opor says the rason t*assis oplis s the
as. y watda amid deep to by Grand Chancellor Frank M. Som. the train was n a cut. ton. while the other doctor la at opening of Machurta that liri ati,
adopted nlfitiWfualy. -Ti merkamm, of lumbus, one of the The ijheHht tampl atoly hd th danco were Dra. Walker, 8eiatet, Japaness', ad Arnerriants, who want to
hlstotl'cal wmktttOfee waP -ora1ors in 1he t it k 19 Jjwa, le and4 MorrIs, the ant -y r ealdo there h have poitiati ends to
y General..., J. Horner, the and one of the bet posted kigts i for- the i4gro speeig to fal him -telaan p a dvars i a unonnitsted wth bcomterhe
t recounted thel ork dot,1 iy the a.. 4e-, but when -. rea- d the SPOT. otl raUeon wats performer at thalin s aya I tula tksof to praohibit- .I
;lUst year with thO owect o .f tefeatores of the day ere the negro -w ,he.re to 'ne e etgail acu .. of Mr. HIarrlmnc 'si emplynr of t foreblgnr, ti Manilhu*
Impartial eoord o o th of ( s A of 8 The sheriterupon orrs a t rfto re sof ng froI scar ilt r'a in a t tae it a 1.
south ies te w a a n ..w t l of th poe ans tned l pursuit, t the i Lrr-s lntn Cthat e ty of Man
ft Of"e480 -at ^H onI e Ill 1j. 4 C" l.4 of Au* ttodalu t, g. hr.h at 1* r. iarrimai waa- in ossilent o: wll be manted If rotn < In,
lottte aedi had niosti eyHa oltlon teg tlveatny av upthe t tlon, having taken a drive in bth. p.ark hotlks ,he platktes out, has p nt large
icn t6 the south anot goA Lt) tTeM, sa.it m ie selection etmt o tn I at se e. o yesterday afternoon. lie was not at sUMs and l nt large forsrh to lrelA
th c to thm e esoutird f A the meeng p offered reri for ta nbrvous, sad had so fear that the- op Man s louril while li4ton and^ J
the oo e d dopt f te ite lkote othn< returnoedho r. ; peratlon i wod provCY dM1seros. pan have not sent a w eitl there and not
In O na.eatue msinrprief. a t wa ett Mliiss Mary Harrmtan ta has leon har sent a soldier and thoy cannot hav
..ort of the commi th ti ltild S it wa i fatber'a naOrse slo his totlrn frI t I any right to interfere with the dlitrict.
o, otn &a e nadd itlrei o his. wetorn trip. he w at the In on-.lusion the Rusinl a ntlnister
i-ne .of oTexa .fo th i t Atip. Ml t G Him i trtherland I n an adjoins roost dar said, that It Russit the opintk.p wa-
the gon of Veteran tAt A ouM a easily walk offnr, o hnitororund that the thmo was rpip
isg of that organ' wit t other prise. y othr Whn the appendix o w rs m 4 it Woi ( s.. r turttathe (v.raett t
etans. H-l ai pech j 14,e f o' f e sperts, <.4etm smi. rias found to boe very meht irntonmed declare Malnrurla i R ssiAn province
much applaune And *OOM PAUL*" N PARIS. 'tostfurt .itt to gl back a Jtick The pderAUton wa made at lt hor" instead of aIllowin ft to retinal I
that Genteral .Oor ; ;, y Wall iliii fIn the at tempt to quest of Mr. IHairrispal. who -s l i # an ti udeddi4 state,
Sthe Sons of VetS Given Sympathetic Weloome.n-4nroute t hit out. Of Jailer lb ronf's hbatd at did not want to ruu the i Sk of a r a- .[,iaee, rrrtiWsppdlntst state that
Sto Holland. W'ht hter t- oday b serving taajer cefurreate of the attack, which might (the sTlfltet Slate aitnlltar et Pekit
--Paris, May tl.-P-Fow er Preiadeat. sworn obt at Jackr s by coein at atan Ipportue titUA -, indignant at tib- offnitvle attitude
,ATEN TETUAN. Krugear^ived here todap fr-am Men. ..tt Mon . * I-Ig itIntoLA - adtoptdl I th th* rtalin is ster,.
tort-- on hie way to oI ild and t. 0 IL' -' TURKS IEYOND CONTROL. -------.. ,. -
I Proceed Agailnlt welve a syrlpathettc welcome from i, cCo5 ptrel .te'd it to [ookew b o. "PRbittit Phb" w4i lll Pts,
oie Mutinied. san crowd of intimate i Iese -b he i. .. to sairadir it4t. uvr, Deliberate Murders in the Viltaysi New York, May -I (P.orgp f
B Miay 2-Tetuas osr4ed tis trtin at the i dilroad ,sta sothei Moose brought ilto o Monetir. p iMt (PttbiiriP urg Mi!t) Baa stlared,
the hoittle tHbet O to show ct whyi: he w would apt e baknsic., la*l. ropuanu Turkey, taturtMay 5, a t .l. to The WOrM. that he wil
tlhnedit tos the Th weae tof teiesptr, pres ntd ptiM h, 8te g gave Bo!oe tiu May itt-- Theon list ,f retof r iet d i i t* hl le race a.stt s ai d conflne Mi
of the eZm land Ber stemaln Iti man bow' i..te .l.i... lW .thes tehe*tl0| .lic berate M eren in the vily4tt of efforts on tih tu0rrf to.t#4ti winter,
ithte pretend speech of tha.olks frl the L ktib s y S I ties--- "f- fat, Atms that tho Turk. re t.horullghbrqeds, f! id t faend Opera,
asf cavalry wa Frarcn has sbown hls happy cons 'r w .! 0.ee An Ruoi. gettlnrg wond4 .
tt tthe anita, ba tryme. e id ha e apIete to v PSt4 21 '? if-ltohk? t i n'i.auy ldmitte that l Iti. awn Tittic of- te lunger
6 ^ rtroup ir tutrlnP'race nwxt. rl.. ...*l 'l u rans.:. were among the victims. < 5514 to be 4 toht. Vuspemtoa si-
'ie them, whterre a rs t.o it4era poke s la t rt tsS i slgthe wt stated that is seie ,ee lbhs J$ockei W tille Slw, Sline the
!azdesertd to their oWi -ai seeme tO bel in a rly oo Dlopdr o tatln the IMA S b odin *a^i u.atl$attd. (e (ian p< tr-: ewsrt s 4 t2e Jo key d revoirkhd
n rie with these the health. *h *it*,ass l oi ioiis ds tt e Th.rhs had his eyes totn iit.w* neasns,. 'itsibsrg Phil" l ha
*S ipme* t a- theft #*f*IIte S tb. J..at.ha.4 ot...- ao e::'r tsrnsi ad h lassI ro. wo ae ti us .s st ated seYte.
4 iapagi.n o th.e wy. e S.e..d Famine in New liens. tefatfl A. 1g4.flt of to n os at -ut a hores at tr ied Atiferent rie-re
2,have steon* reris 4*r t j -4S # irw liaie, Cost a- a Miay *t-4 t estA *4 feelettbmt: ware pm --- -" "---< .^ "-.
rvenmet .prttiae. saC weHae' will pr*: aict ly be wilndt Saln goamierS MANY RKNMDOED MOMELSIE e,: tdy Altm Cu I n Tv'.
leaittg t the revolt t fd ta loa tti : bSae a oe tlak :s ... .e, "e W v f ......... fL < *-:" Crt, ws. r May lt> Wlhitte at*
(ii^ : teridh oa of tl Bmet beitw. get MlWH Arkp. s ttn, r rt, D .- 8l.00 Nati .. Hes- do tempte.to b.*h< et^^a .v"
S^ ------ *1r7 W l" to ."'fNoP :BP."* ti 1*..'e tra.M at %kls pltS, T. -h,
lj Win Floritda CectioS. tritq of ab Jothe)awseme Is sne A OstuIgr at -J*U Mes May h-sI0 iMid u m n t te lws Wse.
Wa, Mar sI. t ,lo 0 As there s.t wily few bsWker, w t *1 Q rardat t *t beasi haste he s. .ls. .$*4 t4 Mlwaskeq
re in rbrr county Ieat a i gned te spe r. Ten nrlOUpresex)* s**wal ppl tetr h ls apsof at i^ 4tgge iupd emote a'WA AW *re themwitt pa **t4 ~ r1UM ^

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S. Williams, Who Has Few Supe-
lors)i Will illiveO the, Literary Ad-
droesia, rW htl' Will Pree nt Diplomas and Medals.
'the graduating exercises of the
": Giesville Graded and High School,
W*hieh will be held in the commodious
auditortum of the High School build-
F4 tonight, promises to be one of the
ibost enjoyable and successful features
of the season from a social standpoint.
I'ons, Martin L. Williams of Bartow
and Robt. W. Davis of Palatka, two of
the most eloquent orators in the South,
have consented to come and deliver
I 4A', resses. Mr. Williams will deliver
the literary address, while Judge Davis
will, in appropriate and fitting re-
S marks, deliver the diplomas and med-
ale, the latter having been awarded
pupils of the school at the State Fair
last year.
The Sun has been requested to an-
nounee that the exercises will begin at
8 o'clock sharp. The front and side
doorsm ill be closed promptly at that
bh0r, and persons arriving later are
requested to enter through the rear
The speeches of the distinguished
gentlemen mentioned above will not be
Sthe only attraction of this entertain-
menti as the musical and literary part
of the program will also be fine, some
F'. F of the best talent in the city having
consented to assist. The following is
the program; :
SMtial, violin and piano-Mary and
1Rosalie Connor.
B say, Wonders of the World-Pearle
|ii. Whetstone.
Vocal Solo--Mr. W, M. Dale.
S Etsy, Notable Events of the 19th
'. Oeatury--Addle Wright.
S os ,,, l 0o, selected-Miss Inez Ford.
.; Litterarq"'address-Hon. Martin L.
', lliams, "
d Vjal solo-Mrs, 3. A. Goodwin.
SDelivery of diplomas and medals--
I-on. tRobt W. avil.
A Physician Healed.
SDr. Geo,mEwing, a practicing physlean
of Smith's Grove, Ky., for over thirty
years, writes hIs personal experience
i': ith Foley's Kidney Cure: "For years
I had been greatly bothered With kid-
n/ey and bladder trouble said enlarged
prostate gland. I ised every ting
n: wnowni to the 'profession without relief,
until I colnmmnooced to use Foley's Kid-
iney Oure. After taking three bottles
I was entirely relieved and cured. I
preaorlbb it 'now daily In my practice
and heartily recommend its use to all
S phytilans for such troubles, I have
proseoribod It in hundreds of oases with
S perfeot'uooess." Sold by W, 0., Wil-
lace drug store.
Captured. Tire Murderers.
,, aTtoldn, ;-.., y ? ,Iy,--Sheplit W. 0
': Graovs, of M urr:,y countty ha, arrived
I;: hrer with John ltbahssentamtie, tnry
Sanu 'Jim I.lmihap, who ,re wanted a
/*1 Murray county for murder. BlassBei
tF g nttie i charged with klillln WIU O~
borne on Novonbeor 18 last, H*f wis
S caught at Waco, Tox, While Sberfll
Grovs was at Waco he leiarnd of the
S whereabouts of the .B1ishop. boyi, who
S are charged with the ktlhlig O 0'
car Black about three year agE, t1,
F F arrested them near Waxo. One rimn
S dred and fifty dollars reward was of
F^, fered for the arrest of lBlaaexiga. i,
SOChidruen In Peril
Soni Ome of the nmost anxious hours of a
mother'ss life are those when the little
/ ones have the croup. Foley's HouneY
S and Tar is a safe anid effeotiv' remedy
S that never falls, 'My boy would have
Died from membraneous croup if it had
;not been for IFoley' lloniey and Tar,"
S writes W'.Lyilmh of \Viaohestr, Ilnd.
Sold by W. 0C. Vallacet's drug atore
Fj Mobile and Ohio Strike,.
: Mobile, Ala., May 2,--A.not hr cont

Steronce Ia bein hold tixlay l'tuwooo
obile and ( a mi o oticias a fndA hk'adu
of thoe triklun ei:plt>yooe with a. view
S to eding the strl'-e. The first ba
nana train to be moved by't th1 road
S !inae the Strike begun will leave here
'..... tonight, A apectfil itomt Merilian,
;' Mis, a Sa that< an asistuat was made.
S, on Janie Waler, anonitluVt man nem-
i.:..,ploiyed lit the yards it that place by
uakoo. w pnart ea. W ktHwr was hilt w itL
o. .: Was.patu.ly hurt. .

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There is always a fight
going on N evry e huiaan
body betweeri health and di9s
ease. On one #ide tre por
food, bad airi\ vo, veoi-wdrk,
worry, colds, accidents. On
the other are sunshine, rest,
cheerfulness and nourish-
The reason Scott's Emul-
sion fights so powefully for
health is because it gives so
much inm re nourishment than
you can get'in any other way.
Get in the sunlight and try
Scott's Emulsion.
We'll send you a samplfre (r upon request.
SCOTT & BOWN1, 409 Pearl Street. New York.
Lugeand of thR lookilng Glas,.
WHt ever heard it stated, that the
looking glass was first invented to spite
a pretty woman? And hbow would It
be possible to spite a woman by show-
ing her a. perfect reflection of her own
dainty self/ Well, according to Japa-
nese mythology, the deity presiding
over the sun and furnishiug light to the
world became infuriated at some trifle
and bid herself away in a cave, thus
depriving humanity of a very neces-
sary element, in order to induce her
to come put the mirror was Invented
anid placed in the cave. The beautiful
goddess, seeing another beautiful god-
dess within those narrow confines, Im-
mediately departed, and the people
took 'egre that never again should she
enter the precincts of a cave. And so
that most valued of woman's treasures
was invented for spite, but for what
a different purpose baa It served I
6Ol Coltf. rm Old mants.
The "tmint hosee" In Boston existed
about thirty-four years. All the coins
Issued from it bore the dates 1052 or
1(662, the same dies being used pr9ba-
bly throughout the thirty-four years of
coinage. Some corns had been made
In Bermuda for the use of the Virginia
colony as early as 1044. Copper coins,
bearing the figure of an elephant were
struck In England for the Carolinias
and New Unglatid in 1004. Coins were
also struck for Maryland bearing the
efllgy of Lord 'Raltimore. A mint was
established in ltupevt, Vt.,, by legisala-
tive authority in 1786. whence copper
cents were issued. bearing on one side
i plow and a sun rising from behind
hills and on the other a radiated eye
surrounded by thirteen stars.
Pen Picture of a 'nleatiful IIorse.'
A pon picture of a beautiful horse is
to be found in o one of Sewell Foord's
stories Ii "Itorses Nine,"r Hero it is:i
In the stalls at Gray Oaks stables were
tinauy good hunterss, but none better
thatin 'ashai, Cream white he was,
from the tip ,of p i splendid yard long
tall to hit pink lipped muxtlo. His coat
was ts silk plush. his neck as supple
as a swians, and out of hai big, bright
eyes there looked such lutelligencethat
one halft expected hin to speak. lia
llues were all lonig, graceful curves,
and when he danced daintily on hista
slender legs one could see the muscles
dea under the delicate skin.

"Rather abaetmlnded, Isn't her
1titremiely ai. Why, the other night
when he got home he knew there was
omaothing he wanted to do, but ihe
couldn't reinembetr what it was until
hb had sat up over an hour trying to
"And did he finally remember It?'
"IYea; he discovered that be wanted
to go to bed' early "
A Ets9ly Cltt.
"I don't mitd telling you now," said
young Dr. Frankly, "that you just
cl led me nn at the right time."
"Rteally!" exclaimed the convales.
Clet. "I wasn't 5o bad as that, was I ?"
"ladil My dear sir, you were good.
I was down to mny last cent and needed
the money "

The T arl v vel.'s Itendr Aanwor.
Mra. Z.-liaton, Gmeorge. The baby Is
aying "(tom.tia-booo-'go." What
does It retind you.of?
Mr, e-tt'n! Rellciahds e of a
brakeman caiitug out statlons.-Pl'hla-
dolphia Record.

Wantanno-Wihat a niteiory you
htavo Did you ever forget anything in
all your Iife?
Duttuo afterr profound thought--Not
that I cau remember. Raltitnir

The average ot0e I t in Hondurasti
rlduces halt p itaid 4 best .

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liuid other triveliniW trouPo.,
Uutittl PaIrties, ete,
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SM' e perc'ns have been injured In
i a wreel: on the Southern at Raleighl,
S0Columbuas s to have a kindergarten
school fr the children' of working

IWeu~ten t jWalker and two privates
bare beep lkied In the APhillppilies by
SBroker Brown, of New Orleane,
madeabout $40 a minute during the
advance tin cotton.
The. UlUited States sl dtermlned not
to allow Russia to close Manehiuril
tothe commerce of the world.
Henry E. rI float the southern cotton mill merger,
states that the merger is now off.
IDenjamin F. Jb'nes, ST., chairman
of. the Rqpublican national committee
In the Blaine campaign is dead.
Een Leavens, a young man of Cot-
fee county, Ga., ls dead as the result
of a shotgun wound received while
trying to enter the home of Mrs. Hes-
It Is alleged th*.t an attempt was
made to pol-on Curtis Jett In Jail in
Kentudkhy accused ,of the murder of
Marc urn.
The United States court of appeals
holds, that the Pennsylvauna railroad
has the right to remove from its ri'git
of way the poles of the W~stet UnasB
'Telegraph company.
World Wide Reputation.
White's Cream Vermifuge has
achieved a world wide reputation as
being the best of all worm destroyers,
and forits tonic influence on weak and
unithr ifty children, asl t neutralizes the
acidity or sourness of the stomach, im-
proves their digestion, and assimila-
tion of food, strengthens their nervous
system Uind restores them to the
health, vigor and elasticity of spirits
natural to childhood. 25c at Johnson


Representing a number of prominent
Amierican and English oompanies.

Abstract & Realty Company,
E. E. YOILE, Manager.
Oete. a bstract of title to land before
b Uli,: After paying the puroatset
i yieOBy terOesl often 1 reOreas for tax
ashes and uzteaaoeled mortAgageN.

Mafi1taa '"A" TypewritOr.
Guu atiteed for one year. Sold on
mlonthilyi payentst at a slight ad.
vance to responsible parties.
Tytiewriter ftblb)ot for
various machines.

E. E. Y1oyle,
Gaieyvl!lo, Florida.

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93 a 9 00 P 2 10 Lv..............J. k .onvle...............Ar 10 60 a 7 16 '00
10 954 2 0 P .......... ....... Baldwin................. 10 12 6 80 a
11 46 1 34 P 4 0 P .................... W aldo ..................... 8,20 a 44 a 1
12 0 p ...... 4 50 p Ar............ GAINESVILLE ............. Lv 7 538 a 6 1 .
... ... ... ....... .. .Cedarlcy................ Ar 7 53 a......
...... I ....... 7 45 p Ar......... .......... Cedar K ey...................Lv 5 15 a
SS p .. .. ... ... ................ liver Oprinies ......................
1 H p I 0 a ...... ...................... Ocr ................... .. ...... 4
2 55 P 0 a ...... .. ..............a. W idwid............... ... ...... .
5 p 7 t it ...... ............. . .... Orlando ......... ln ................... t 00
4 14 p 4 42 a ...... ................... Dade olfty. ........: .. .. ...... 11 1 0
7 0 0 a ... ....................Palm etto .......................... 8 80 4
7 28 1146 a ...... .....................Manatee... ........... ....... 2 46 p 7
74 t 1 8 ................ .......Sara .ota............... ...... 7 00 oo
OO p 46 a ....... Ar..... ............. Tam pa ...... ............... ... .


845 t
1V 05 a
12 01 p
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5 30p
ii *ii p
035 a
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Lv Jfacksonvilleo...........
tA; Fernatndina...........
Ar Brunswick..............
Ar Havannah............
Ar Fairfax.................
Ar Deomar......... ...
Ar Columbl..............
Ar Camden ...........
Ar H !ilet'.................
Ar WilmingRton.*..........
Ar Southern Pinesa.........
Ar iatelg.,.............
ArPorwtsroUtn ..............
Ar lotlimond, a.....
Ar PhiladelPihita........;..
Atr New VOrK. .............

70 p
11 5uo
144 a
5 64 a
1205 p
104B %
80 p
t2 p

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.v Jacksonville ................. 40 p
Ar e City......................5 1 p
Ar Live Oak. ...................... 685 p
ArMadison................ 7 6p
Ar Montlcello................. ...
Ar Tallahassee..................
Ar QuIncy......................... .....
A r River Junction .... ..............
Ar Pensacola.........................
Ar loble................... ... ......
Ar N4-w Orleanp..................

Iv Jacksonvfiei.<..................
A r' Macon................... ..........
Alanta., F. .... ..............
Chattanooga........ ................
N ashville..............................
St, touts .........................
C hlicago............................. .


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Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 81, exeOept
Saturdays, from Gainesville. T ..
Train No. 84, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers betweetii
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Washington. es.ti-
buled day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cae: .
dining car service from Jacksonville.
No 66. Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars, be-
tween Jacksonville and Washing and and drawing room Pullman sleepers be-
twebn Jacksonville and New York
No. 56 connects at Starke for LaCrosse, Alachua, Willeford, Wannee and
intermediate points, and at Arener with Early Bird branch.
Nos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays
and Thursdays, 11 p. m. '
A. 0. MAcDONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
E. C. COBB, Ticket Agent. Gainesvilloe.


BE-TW-E a-

Jacoksonville andc
Oaeling at COHARLESTON, S.
The Finest Steamships in the

NewV Yofk,
C., both way*.
Coastwise Service

Clyde New England and Southern Lines
Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
PROVIDENCE, and All Eastern Points,
Calling at Charleston both ways.

Southbound......................... From Lewis' Wharf, Boston
Northbound.. .. ............. From Foot of Catherine st., Jacksonville

Clyde St. Johns River Line
Between JACUcS1ONVItIt..L and SANFoHD
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Franeis, Beresford (DeLand). and Intermediate
Landings on St. Johns River
I-. apinted to ail a follows:
Leaves Jaoaonvtll8 t:a6 p.. undays, Tuesdays and Thurdays,
Leaves anford 9:g0 a. m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. -
t a S* I, 3tDWIb Nntt 'F '
Leve 3:8O pm ......... .....J.....ackonville .... Arri "'
4.......... ..........Patika...... ........ ve
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Fre, Life, A Occidelnt ald Health lltnuraldh

--Agents for the---

Vietor Safe and Lock Company`'I
SOixzo-n -x mati, Obhio.
The "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties contemplat-,
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from a box to a bank vault, will save money -..
by consulting us. Call on or address,

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Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE, PLORIDA.

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Residenit of Gainesville
from Effects of Laudanum.
A Formerly Engaged in the Naval
,sores Business at Otter Creek, but
,fter, oved His Family to This City,
VWhile He Was Emplo/ed Eleswhere.
The' following item from the Tampa
erald of the 20th inst. will prove of
terest, inasmtuch as Mr. I)een and
his family were for several monliths
,-^esidents of this city. Deceased for-
oerly conducted a naval stores busi-
ness at Otter Creek, afterwards dis-
O:iing of his business and accepting a
position with B. F. McCall of Fair-
banks. A few months ago he removed
with his family to Limona, where his
brother, J. L. Deen, is engaged in the
naval stores business :
J. R. Deen, one of the largest tur-
pentine operators of this section, as
the result of taking an overdose of
laudanum at some hour last night, died
this morning shortly after 6 o'clock,
death claiming him in the presence of
hisa family at. his honw near Liomona.
The remains will be shipped by Under-
;taker Reed to Baxley, Ga., from which
,place deceased came several nointhis
ago, for interment.
M' r. Deen's death is shrouded in con-
Sqiderable mystery, it not. being known
whietherhe took the laudanum with sui-
lidal intent, or accidentally, as he was
liable to speak when found this mnorn-
Ihig, Last night le was in the best of
spirits, and retired as usual to rest.
!Thia morning, however, he was dis- i
covered when near death's door, ias

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0i.lDAxr Sj t.b0 ed every mornintgex-
6 ,Vod,^ carrier in the Aity,
ea a e United States,
Sp^ 9 fre4, fo $ 'er: .0 six months: S1t.
cv 00 ~et for five week -

e isj7n local column, 10. oenta t-
Soi rst lowerio, *ad ents rof each "
l'u.lyae advetatnfr made known
4 apptes ** a on, a r

''be 10w,*e e-Week Sun Is an eiwht-pags,
SOW oolut- i paper, publisabed every Mon.
41 and Thursday, and contains -all the
$'Ps of the week. local, state. and gen-
*lt- sad will be mailed. spostageftree, to a y
A' a Of the United States or Canada, for $1,00
l ear--l- advance.
41 advertiing bills become due after first
apparance of advertisement, unless otherwise
4ilpulated In ccntraot. Parties not' known to
us will be required to pay for advertising In ad-
Svsnote. Address, THE DAILY SUN.

The real difficulty which snapshot
S. photographers have with some sub-
jects is due to their failure to retouch
the negatives before printing the pic-

Perhaps the experience of Admiral
S Dewey helped Attorney Jovtph W.
S Folk to refuse the $15,000 residence
offered him by the business men of St.
Louis. 1
There are a great nzany people who
*regard the growth of the labor unions
as a menace to the nation. So many,
in fact, that Mr. Roosevelt may find
he has grievously erred in his catering
so extravagantly to the associations.

The sale of Poe's manuscript of "The
Bells" for $2,100 suggests the plaint
Buyer Lytton puts into the mouth,'of
a character in "The Parisians," Who,
having during the silege 6f Paris just
eaten his dog, sighs, "Ah, if ;poor
Fido could have lived to enjoy these

There is no doubt but that Mr.
Cleveland received a greater popular
demonstration in St. Louis than did
the President. There is also no doubt
but that the next Democratic nominee,
whoever hoe may be,, will reeoive a
greater popular demonstration than
will MaLlloosevelt.

According to Mr, Julilus llarburger,
a New York city otflcial, there were in
that city in the past three months,
more evictions tifn have occurred in
all Ireland during a like period. Over
1,000dispossees warrants were issued
in the month of March alone. Great
Is Republican prosperity.

For the introduction into Alaska Of
domestic reindeer from Siberia, Con-.
greos has appropriated, during the
past tea years; $158,000. In regard to
the profits of reindeer-raising, Mr.
Grosvenor says: "A fawn during the
fltat four years osts the o.wnr less
Than $1 a year. At the end of the four
years, It will bring at the mines from
$50 to $100 for its meat, or itf trained to
the sled or for the. pack, is easily
worth $100 to $1150.

The more the committeo investigates
the Wailoa-Beas l celalm for services
rendered in connection with the Indian
war claims fund, the muort evident
does it appear that the claimn i a juctt
one and should be paid, by the State,
Thestatement that Mr. Wails aban-
doned the claim upon his departure
S from Washington is cont royorted by
the evidence of the attorney he left
the matter In theo hands of and who is
now in Tallahasst.e--u eral Shelly,
who was for oeghtiyYear. a t monitbr of
Oungrass from Alabanmiaand was forth
auditor of the Trleaeury under Cleveu-
land's first ad ininist ration.

Uncle Sam has inaugurated a newI
kind of gift enterprise. lie is giving
away trees-young seedlings of inm-
proved varieties-and is starting in to
distribute them broadcast all over the
S ou.ntrOy. A building in the rear of the
Deprtment of Agriculure has been
Set aside for the purpose, with a f(ore
Sof men; to pack the tree,. some of
whoi a t simply, tied up in. bundles
oi analng,,^ wbi others ^are shipped
roe enolosed in small tin

4I O H B.: t

1': recent reports he 'Iowa
in.rmad, li d.ut' It ,hpd it
wa~to the IoWa platform it
in tsin masealated condition.

If President U1oosevelt really
h l baby-kissing exploits he
travel in the South. '" There he.
find no lack Of nice, shiny ph

ide is
find its-
will be


The Republican members of the
Senate F'inance Cor mittee'thave hid a
pleasant reunion at Hot Springe, Va.,
nt government expense and hav ac-
compllsbed' nothing.

Elevators are under construction in
many harbors designed especially for
raising grain from, the holds of ves-
sels and delivering same in any ide
sired -place. The handling_ capacity
wil be. Receiving grain from boats,
18,000- bushels per 'hour; recei.vngm
Iromn cars,.20earr-per hour; shipping
to vessels by means of conveyors,
80,000 bushels per hour; shipping to
ears, 48 cars per hour.

In Rome there are one pope, 8 car-
ditals, 85 bishops, 1,869 priests, 2,832
monks, 8,212 nuns, making in all 7,479
persons 'charged with spiritual call-
ingo among a population of 400,000.
So that there is in Rome one spiritual
to every 04 inhabitants, while .in the
large Protestant cities of Germany
there is but one spiritual to 10,000 in-
habitants. Although Rome is a city
given to the sciences, rich in art, high
schools, academies, still 190,000 growh
people exist there who can neither
read nor write. Rome also has with-
in her limits the largest number of
law-breakers-83 to 1,000 citizens. Of
458,082 engaged couples in the whole
of Italy in the year 1897, only 204,098
could sign the marriage contract, that
is, only 450 out of each 1,000,

State, of Ohio, COty of Toledo,
Lucas County.
Frank J. Oheney makes oath that ho
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney ,& Cog, doing business in the
i ty of Toledo, County and State afore-
said, and that said firm will pay One
Hundred Dollars for each and every
ease of Catarrh that cannot be cured
by the use of Hall's C-tarrh Cure.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this fifth day of De-
cember, A. D, 1880.
W. A. OHAsoN,
Y 6Notary Public.

Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern.
ally, and ac'tp directly on the blood and
mucont surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J. O n1uitv Co., To;edo, 0.
Sold' by all Druggists, 75o.
lltll'a, Family Pilas are the best.
Evidence of Lost Ship.
M1'iildel.'hla, May 21.-A dispatch
rte'(4ved att Maritient exchange today
wituoutnces that thoe [ tish 'Iark Skoda
iha arrived itt Black River, Jaimaica,
ani reports that on April 20, 250 miles
off Cae Chairles she passed 'through
water covered for mIles with oil. This
probably explAtlts the lohs of the tank'
er 8. V. Lhkenalth, which left .Sa4lne
Pass on Ma ch .10 for .Vrcus Hook'
Pa., loaded with oil. Since. the date
ofa ailing'the Aikenbach hkA not been
heard from and htas been given up for
lotk fhe carried a crew of 82 men.
Cures When Doctors Fall.
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
sopped taking their muedio in the fever
would return. I used a sample little
W arerbine, found it helped me. 'Then
bught two boethe. which completely
(urtrd me. I feel grateful to you for
and ear honestly reommend it to
those suffering from malaria, as it will
surely cure them," NHorbine, O)e bot-
tle at Johnsotn Bros.
Great Bier! N'ate."a Funeral,
P, L~ murg' .' y 21'-- The fu;:;'ratT o|

vni tr w' : .o ,.ttierHamy wit be held
t.'Dlv: -,'to w usi"rg.r A proni.nalt of'
mbK.l oif the Jot'ei I aunhith steel
-opin,.-y nsay there Will Ibe no chauie
'h:ti.hle i-.ir ty th' t rsitttn'l or t. olth e y ci
the cmitptany as a resulit of the death

of Mt. Jv't"-A, t.o for ye-ars heid com-
I lt. ('onUtfI otf the cat pany. flu.
ritci'-- W.2'!i- rt'(ctdv, heweVt'd,. that as a
rost ~?ytai.dt eWtnt a t.i wltt' t
.Uait S S.ts' aet .corporatioa sight
to ur.' etas'ly poasibe,
Fqr Thos Who Live on Farms.
Dr. Bergin, Pana, 1l1,: write, "I
have used Ballard'. 8gow Linim'mnt;
always rcomomeud It to sy *rle.as, as
I am confident lheg inb ae.
It is a dnd lit *bIrti,..Y"" :- .W.

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The Dtwr SaidM 4 sk Te IL"
04o. eL Xd, of High Twer, Ge., wrlie.me
eslsa blme out oan my bet cviN is
eatlr.* bd Uadw tromat of owbund
rhyiala n 0 got won* asi ho omam *t_,
110r tnurW aqnd 4 Itcn w .= am

la AbLlMi l0 'wde:. 'stick to it b f ito bIS fir
loot* ioodtgl n *ythio l bow dmeie r .'
Sold by W. C. Wallace's Drug Sto e.-


Contrato fo lctrlCuAl Wiring,
Electric iells ad BurLar lams

Electric LIght Wiring a specialty.
All work O ranteed in aecorJace
with thO Otfoouetern Tariff AssAn.
Loave ord *s at Waita'Bincyeo tore.
or Thorns* Hardware and See Store,
(laineevill, fta.


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Abstract and Realty Company Will
Erett Eight Cottages Near Depot.
The tractt and Realty Company,
of which E. E. Voyle is manager, is
doing it share in the matter of im-
proving the city and increasing the
number of desirable houses,
"'Ite 4etniand for moderate priced
odttsge haa been so great for the past
few re1ithe that we have found it. im-
poslbto inmeet the same," remarked
Mr. Voyle, "and I have decided that
the best way in which to at least par-
$ialJy tmedy the situation was to build'
the hoseBs,"'
The pid store building known as the
Land property on South University
streetnear the Seaboard Air Line is
being torn away, and Mr. Voyle will at
ohee proceed to the erection of eight
neat, substantial cottages.

Billousness, sour stomach, conetipa-
tion and all liver ills are curedi by
Hood's Pills
The non-irritating cathartic. Price
25 cents of all drggists or by mail of
d01. HoDod & Co. LoweL Mas-.

Zat Er dM~kifc-^- -A----

Regiulates the Liver, Stomach, Bowels and Kidneys.
For biliousness, constipation and malaria.
For indigestion, sick and nervotisheadache.
Fcr sleeplessness, I ervousness, heart failure, and nervous prostration.
For fever, chills, debility und kidney diseases take Lemon Elixir.
Lad i e, for natural and thorough organic regulation, take Lemon Elixir
50 cenfatrid $1.00 a bottles at druggists.
Prepared only by Dr. H. Mozley, Atlanta, Ga.

Dr. H. Mozley-Dear Sir: Since using your Lemon Elixir I have never had
another attack of those fearful sick headaches, and thank God that I have -at
last found a medicine that will cure those awful spells.
Parkersburg, W. Va. ... MRS. ETTA W. JONES.

Florida Eas

Coast Ry

In Effect April II, 1903.

IONS., N.98 No. 1
Paly. paily.

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P lip ll nlv vA L.-k.I Heen Arl t 1 p
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Dly. un


ittmeS St Whtxh t mln, 'ntRbo qx-etet to arri
tfr iriTvalor deiarfm'o att th- t impa stated is tot
ts-ponsboe or uany delay or ay consequence a

.sl Elet April (, 1903.

StOUTHs OUND I. NJ^.H 80. J,.
.gar m u. Thu ,.................. SO al I .. 0 01 Af* ...............
=0w1 t40%as o ............... 10 pl.p IV Kley WestTta ..sat........... ". I a
Al MsvgeMon.r............ T l A ..ii Tuei..
Foer swaof Loatlm CeMAe or.other! frormatlon addre as ny Agetnt.
.A D. BAE B oAst. G Pass. Aiiat, ST'. AUGUSTIN, PLA. .
SNOT -nlordterto make connection at Orange City Juncton with Atlantic Coast Line.
'ei $o.5, the t.as o ated on the oreCity branch..known as Nos. .and4 will run n
No.s-- ,-esve Ne 'r:- ;...,a m No, 4--Loave Orane ,ity June'n. pm
SArriveOr e Le ty A.......44pm
ArrI. .ve an.e.. iy Jut..... ... 4 W Arrive New S ,yrna,...... 00 pm .


Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Ilral, are Swd and Fertillzsr* .
highest market price paid for Chikei. Easi and other Prndu~e

A Oopt stok oft t ur, ran, Meal, Cotton See, Mea
andYBS tgoo&T L0ods at the LOWV
?R l i. S .8 ..;l a nt "atifaetlon always.




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of 1oBrake vs. Callison Occupied,
Attention of Court,
The 'fnes-Umnion of the 21st inst.
the following to say regarding the
rake-Oallison case, which was called
Uith nited States court yesterday:
The 4ase of Brake vs. Callison will
'e-called in the United States Court
i this morning and it promises to be one
|o,0f tlkh hardest fought legal battles
which has ever taken place in that
hallail of justice.
There is an array of legal talent on
both sides of the ease and an army of
. witnesses arrived in the city last night
from Alachua county. For the plain-
tiff Bisbee & Bedell have been re-
:taipe, and Rinehart & Axtell of this
cit yg Judge Horatio 'Davis, Evans
I. Ilaile and Judge Syd L. Carter of
Gainesville will represent the defense.
The suit is one wherein the plaintiff
seeks to recover damages in the sum of
$50,000 for the death of his son in the
Alachua county convict camp. Mr.
Callison is the lessee of the Alachua
county convicts.
The witnesses have all engaged
rooms at the Travelers Hotel, where
t)ny are comfortably quartered and
wnere they are to remain until after
the trial. Ilhey have secured a pri-
vate parlor which is being used as a
smoking-room and general gathering
place. They state that they are hav-
ing a good time while iA the city and
do not appear to care howt long the
i trial will last.
Ruosians Still Active in Kcrea.
London, Mey 21.-The Times T'old
correspondent asserts the Russlans are
S"apparentiy trying to estblift a set-
i tIement at Yonga&lpho, which Is situ-
ated southw st of Wiju, Korea, and
commands the mouth of the Yalu river.
Syogaapho, he says, is capable of con.
version into a good harbor. T'hQ
Russian's pretext is that they require
the place for shipping timber from
khe forests Af Dengma, which mountain
the Koreans declare is not included
in the timber concession to the Rus.
S,. lans.
.Long Chase After Embezzlers.
Oakland, Cal., May 21.-After t'beln
I tracked across the continent Julius A.-
Lorgensen, al)sconding cashier of the
Copenhagen Savings bank of Denmar'k
a *nd his companion, Miss Johanne
IMoeller, who was a bookkeeper In thte
same institution, have been arrested
here on a warrant charging them with
embezzlement of $8,000 rrom the Co.
penhagen bank some time lat timonth.
The man is also accused of having do&
i erted his wife aind eloping with the

A Farmer Straightened Out.
S "A man living on a farm near here
came in a short time ago completely
doubled up with rheumatism. I hand-
ed him a bottle of Chaiiberlain's Pain
Balm and told him to use it freely and,
'if not satisfied after using it he need
not pay a cent for it," ass C. P. Kay-
d, of Pattens Mills, fe
Says later he walked in o the store s
_Ihtraight as a string and handed nle "a
.dollar saying, 'give me another battle
Sf COhamberlain's Pain Balmn. I want
I, in the house all the time, forit oUlte
me.' For sale by all drugglsts ni
ifmedictne companies. "
B|'Nta Srith Blects Officers.
(Oleveland, 0., May 21.;-41Te three
a l ys' convention of the Indipifdl ii
SOrder B'Nai Brith ended todaI with
d deceased members. Indianapoltl will
be the next meettlngb plce. Tha of
^ ., ecte4 as follows: Presidect. WiI

s,. second vice president, Harry' ahiOs..
|^''Terre H-aute; secretary Vleior .Arlr
ar'.h n, Cinirnal ti reaarer, .AbnOap
Bloch, CincinnatL

i:' Third Dor*eo Murder R..wl ,
WeliingtnD. Ka, aity 21.-''l. jury
ts', ll the -ase o Jim Ctniingn,' ll
.farmer charged with the killing oft IS
servant girl. Anna LYihmran., in Au.
U'.-Rft, W"^a, iset artWed a verdlrtl Oad'
b,,Ini1l him "ulty rf manrtlat.ugbter in the
J t.' third dea. *. Cu(wtui. in a t o I
-,!.ager structk th gi .*
TerrifaO ueal Wl-l*h 1(nivei.,
Ieoria ila. i{: Wy 21'--i. ate- Ait ltgti
N(v(thi MtiaChtS a.d JosIph IONaeW' tin
ltaled io a territl dUiet" with 'knivter
& ChtllcothW, durtag whih Cv c
ktled and M.dlI was evmwj
i ;Mul-tWo l d t *l
Bta nare fts'laas

Q. nl* RM l s **
ti hauoeftal whei yowth fdis .t
or ,p rpeft ot f r, *oi rs
N^w' We FtIh. Th 04
A.V heF#T4B-UW r

The Varlous Proese.- That Enteor
Into Their M3ih g."
Cow bells that chime on the western
plains, sheep bells that tinkle on the
big American sheep ranchos, bolls for
grazing horses and mules and, accord-
Ing to Popular Mechanics. all kinds of
bells for the farm al d ranch are made
In one factory, which stan's on a hill-
side street in a little town in Connecti-
The metal for the bells is received at
the factory in large, fiat sbee'tsot thin
iron direct from the rolling mill and Is
pisstdxl under a steam driven cutter,
which turns out the pl'operly shaped
pieces like patterns for a double bladvd
;ix. Then a ring for n clapper Is fas-
tened into the center of each piece,
and it Is spanned with a little Iron
strap for a handle. Finally the piece
s. bent down into the fatvilliar bell
shape and its sides, riveted together on
the anvil.
The blil is now in shape, but It still
leks tone and. color. These are galued
by a coatting of brass nnd at bath in a
liery furinace: In nosts of four or tive
the bells, ranging In size from the- lit,
tie three incht sheep bells to the seven
inch cow hells, are placed, with at mix-
tuire of chircoul nud brass fillings be-
tw(en thliem. in plulmbago crucibles, tlhe
lids of which are held in place by a
p)laitpelrlig of wet cl.ay. Thise tire then
hinniersoed In the firo. Within the cru-
clbles the brass spireds Itself In a thin
eating over the imprlMsop*R bells, and
the bell obtains its clear note. All that
inedls )be done afterward Is to burnish
the bel$. which Is done by throwing
the with. a few leather scraps into a
big revolving cylindor, in whlch they
polish themselves.

The Men In Line.
The land forces alone of Europe
number "on the war footing" 25,000,-
00X)) men. Even Spain hasi un army lar-
ge'r .thtn our own. .
Standing ide by side 25,.000,000 men
would make a continuous line from
C(lalal across Europe and Asia to Be-
ring strait.
1'airndiing up Broadway at the usual
pave, ihnfHntry in tiles of twenty, caval-
ry ten aibivast and field guns two
abreast, thtls force would pass city hall
In about seven and a half months, pa-
rading eight houri a day, iBuudays ex-
On the continekit soldiers are carried
stannding in fourth class cars, contaln-
Ing forty men each. Very small freight
cais we should call them. To miobl,-
llze thee men at once would takeA
1=25.000 such ears in about 50.000, tMMS.
-At a mile headway the -tralns would
reach twice arouud the world.--New
York World.
lis Weleit Ina la row tSiMe Poor.
"A Hllundoo stood tn a scale, and hin
weight was ineastred In goldplp(e(as,
That," mild a traveler, "was the strange
speetaclo that I once beheld in India.
There was a great crowd looking on;,
and it took a great many goldpleces to
equtal the litidoo' welghlt, for lie wasu
tat. Fnally though, the bjq settle bual
n shboiut 'Tulalbharal.' Tultlubhirai Tu.
tablbirar' The fat iniau.ii fiOt oe the
siole. He anid hbs frtiA t-900. the
g0ldK, Id, going through 11 the poorer
quarters of the town, lthey ilttri)atRted
!t among the dletltuite This, I 'wasju-
tormedi was a kind of religiosa cerk-
mony amos a. certain sect. lWvey
il at- tl time In his life when it
was thought his weight would be
greatest was put It a ulie" and gold to
equall blim to bulk Wi meautMe out
and distributed In -lms, As r ufN
each man was forty-seven wble ba
weight was taken. They. hold In todI
thatt *t vorty.emoae a an 1t 4 t hi+i
fatteatL,--PrilladlCIp .R I tenrd. L
,' wiIitav Wit]l a.k Is ]*i*.V
It2 a trospofteS townI uwl o l*
a nmrchnnt wbooe wd elttb gtew I out ot
a cob otonn of oo luck and dkis.
ennes. An uiK 1itroIabe desire for
and be driftj o N tMezico and- ,I.
c "We a ews et. .i0e .6ld "ttW y
dckt: He Iln ad tW port o1dreawte,
Mda what uoldkti tckfmW to* bad .Ud
ftorwa M tbs H.le et druk teU L
Iwfosr one of the bg~la d wt. :Tl"wo

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1dae olter v e sobered op atd tenlr.
dr.dlt dollar', woth %ay ild ts iIIth I
He 4B1. nodnid iosAs* *1. t' e ^woald.i

le a to hetd Mto na ftouod thaolt

. jauta S l '+ 'or ...WWM..
for the wd tchts ad ti oath
m .*e' moral I (i^.l~lthsto64 ',:

*: se.it~*tve4 totfr !VOS *b
ye ta^^~ tO;W 'NE*~% of his^
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For 20 Years &Irmele.
FV a V30 oxx asiD B .XI A XM arlaark- f. x. a w
l p o ~~Aal ~ A4AS 4. BAL.LARD1, I tl oulOW
ForIKalu by Johnson iBros,, Ganesvile

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inesville, Fl..rida

ant to Talk To.
, i "i! if I Itt in t (G/nIIn ll'/< c'4 o s a ( li 'i/ n / ('rf(rt .
.i.. i ,',ii / n 44 (he posi tic fc tI/.s ill tic (' tAif t
St'i'if 'OiU/l/ ((4l4W .S 'u(fi//i/ t(I l ,1">o (WI/I /r is t'/ (4(/ltll .
I;/dliih (I / liti ('/<' ar


Why ar mle I Ibest-drvssed men
in tLuianeville our Ipatronis?
Why do exports on tdrtss iInva-
riibly buy Irom uti?
The tn)swivr is obvioum-tihey
know what the y want in elotli-
ing --andi their (Iiserimitaitilon
tills thiein woe have it.

opca 4klog f xris on cl(,thaig,

6i 1. sell to ex .rtse. be'allsen we buy
' from etierls-.'h'' letlos llros. A Co or
ilaTQ of their s est-C lo th, i n-thI-W rbS."
All ihelr gamrni
1O4tfittr to Parti

WOiW'// ret'i/ rel : tu sa(u/ thtt if tlhe

ei'/<, iltu li mitiii !al or 'e (t o tl h wH'}u hK. tot lltft f n C hitytf,

r: ll'/h." M'r '. Me, .

we Tril att On GARlNTIT

ciular Mem.

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Rapid Tramsit tand Unnsurpast ed Irvice
TI)Mt 4 >Ile in lffcit April 14, I94 ,-

I Ipi I )t or' i i" NF$A I V Y .
tiil tt.a !1 0pp! :iEtl!Stpingu. Newberry and l ttelr-
,- g.. iediate Politu
ISas s, l:e.o *W itis lmttIpot1
^^^ g^-t GOt eeburi ani Tanpa. and
D fly fintr, i ttnn'.llte I' i te

2P 'ih.. 'tgip rin $avar :a nid all n.:a t
r l *at ui''d We' t I I

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Farming Implements

I ails, Iron, Wire, Pipe, Fit.

tngs, Belting, Packing.etc.

iight (it Cn r s irlti s ltl I d Iiany

( t Oite f o otr (ataligrm.

Baird Hardware Co.





Hlghost Werket Prices Paid.

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One tcent Wod
Ad verustemerioI" t'" *. ;r
thin head inserted o ,tO~.wCoa W' O
in advance. evwi.O. Ittt...
Please answer eV*t *A M "44Wooo
In the amverUsemeat. '.
The contidene of all pC4 0 ut" o.
tioes stignedl with Inilul,*'-wt
Their nwMnet will not be vile oEi

Lx) YOU w ti kkk wlaar it ahntr u J*i.4li 'Q'
bay until you have . umone. I keeOp on hunil tl.e bt
of miohinos, OhS inl mahitI@
change, eond-itad tuuoihtnes
prioe. Cl01on or tires C A.
ateflt u he h ttner Mta Co. 0 lo 0.B
UOAinepvill. Fla. .4-Tithw tf
IntP W tKRI-. -NALI.

w% A N'l'-)- Mena to ilorn tarber traine, Ye. ft.'
E st etlclsl d I80 irlinohes, .htl*nuiro, St. ;
I.ou, ii n Flraiuol.te,. O.tin u liitiaon on.i i
to (llst41lt Ip!llliliitx, UIaA) N164M ui l noW.
*roo1s gilvtin, i ln O lon im wa l lt.1ir. i r uilnu -.
1&illl.-%, M .J() llHAtt4 ll ('OIi .KJ Nmw
4)l't*xot4ia. I .s.

Matliushek Piaos,

I) 1il AllITY.

ilote i it it (for thk trivlingf UOllnit 0Litltn
tunIo litger ithan o orm, Oonixttr oted Of
workints hltp btitnailnbie.
Ili) totit dit in Oevery
detail aidl Uli-

Sold by ius olinaitualy for

without na singlofailure. It yOil
wnnt a pilno 'or a llfohmet's
servi tlo buy-tle
at hxxxunho 1 T
1Pieo t% as low miS tl oonl itlnt with k'tIilty
iUst ior on uti oy 1i4r1i. 1 M,0.O t ll on a d1 Y'
tritl. WVA. p"y tilKht, Wrlitl

Ludden & Bates

Southern Music House,

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ENTAHrIlltII lll)




J the Indian War Claim


latke Fairly Owes Him the Commission
He Clairris.
S tallahassee, FlH,, May fl.-Tou the
S ditor of the Metropolis: I want to
t ank you prrsonally for Talaihthasse(
4tter and editorial in yor plap,'r of
701.,I i sr mray 'yylis a o 'rince
onr was madte. ,An A gene r-
i having come on, very few citi-
3izs, of Litt, State of Floridai under-
s aind the, 'erbarrakssod 'onilitioa off
M .9Governor Drew anid his ca(iinut in re-
FL iat'ifon tn lanuds,.as well as tin old Inii
dian War Cliini whih ihal 1 ita n under
4 diussion since 1850 for the wars of
$849. As the State wits very much em-"
barrassed financially, and the collec-
tion of the claim being sodoubtful,
'FiGovernor IDrew wanted the contracts
made so that the contrActor would
be r all orf the expiensis, the 6omnpen-
54,i4i011on buing contlinlgoil iiupon collec-
tion, thereby relieving the State from
"su of money, at that time, for expenses
F would have made. The contract being
offered by a governor with a cabinet
composed of such wise representatives
as Judge Raney, W. D. Bloxham, Hugh
". A, Corley, Columbus Drew, Walter
I..:O. hynn and other able men, it would
have been presumption on my part to
have questioned the authority in of-
fetoing me the contract from such a
,.lisource. In defense of myself It is but
due to say that during all of the years
t I was eniaged in tno prosecution of
thatt lainm (spending my own money
"o'"i tr expotitnes wherever the samitnu was
tI iesmary and not one dollar of the
8 o':;s:lt ), thiat no one to my knowledge
ever questioned the genuineness of the
,' ontraut. Each governor having fully
ti" *oqule0ood In my aippointinelft and each
one with one exception having coino to
Washingtton at my request to aid itt
the work, and each one having by let-
ter and telegraph endorsed my doings
There, and eaoh one at the end of the
seoloini of opgreoss having received,
accepted, and reported to the Legis-
lature my report, showing the condi-
t.loi thon of iaid claim. The Logisla-
taure of 18915, and again in 1801, thor-
n ( ghly examined into the question of
the clain, and my services in connee-
tion with it it Waslirigton. You can,
therefore, linagino liowtuirprised I wits.
to bo mIet by the statemtnllit of )one or
two, that the contract tinder which I
had boonetmptllhyed since 18711 wis not
good. Strnige, Is it not? That that,
statllleont l waf lu toi0 after tlit )ilomltey
was in theo treasury of thie State and
boyond my reach,* by retisoi of imnpos-
sibility to sue the Stl.t ieundeor the Coni-
stitationl. The actitLon of the Legislit-
ture in instructing governorr Perry to
accept as full sAtt.letmint. $92,640.09,
while thu prestnit o)\''rnor in his rmes-
Sage, 1i 1, Vt I )', sys tUt tIne Itotal itl-
l IOwlance mow u,,dem the State waas
S $1,08,1),158 (0. To bIo l1(iltli, through my
S elflots tihe State i's si' tre by $1,tXX),0(XX)
S thau it would have hiad ntudor the Set-
S tloucent., thie l.ogislaturo of Florida in.
structling (hivorilr I'erry to accept.
IRc Bnfore eoidtludilng this already h long
letter, I eitlesire to nli your attention
-to the copy of the lettris triuismitted
S herewith writing by ione of tihe nobleat
Romatnas of them all, the lIon. John .
C rawwford, I thank you sincerely for
i your kiinlditess to a straitnger shown by
c your etdiloriil, and reunin over.
1^:ii .atI/it ttu ly youitrs,

Letters From Secretary.

ck Ottic of the, Se retry of State,.
S 8tat oif I'loridat, TI ,lithuIs 'e, I"lu.,

Yours of the '22d covering ia priiutel
S i"Actirouiit lttwen thit' te Gonral tGov-
nt" iltiitm ttand the Stato of Florida," is
tece ived and will bo considered amid
A proolated. Permit ino to aiy, umy
d r." Call Allny havo bete'ti tlte opinion
f those who do not tliunkt as heo thinks
SUpon thlilurortant qtiest ion, no mani
i thi slide of the lumnatic asylum will
Sqestion your activity and vigorous
-.erslatence.. iu .prtesnUtinig iand piroWL-
at:,,:itii:g thllseilaili, fronui fe btr' rtmudnr:d
tihI:tniouittuddoilabi' upI towvalrd one. mini-
o"n' indollarsi. You are tqciual to any
A~m Ulininlal ooratslotl and seemingly so-
perior to all oppositiobi Mallory and
i's0o may receive thile rvdit of secur.-
^ ibng tit e large amount' of monry for
S ior(altlt Bt. 1. Wailes will deserve

A14 *,"o, spy d.earI'str,. I wish you

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w Mrs. Fairbanks tpels how U
neglect of warning sycmptomns
will Aoon prostrate a woman.
She thinks woman's safeguard
is Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Ignorance and neglect are the
caute of untold female suffering, not
only with the laws of health but with
the chance of a cure, I did not heed the
warnings of headaches, organic pains
and general weariness, until I was
well nigfh pro:tr::t1.d. I !rnew I had to
do somriel hig. pi 1ppl'v I did the right
thing. took licL. Vcget:ableo Colmrpojund faithfully
according to directions, iand was re-
wuirtled in iL few wevc)ls to find that my
,achl'a rand pains ditappueare.d, and I
again felt the glow of health through
my body. Since I have been well I
live ltirn ignore eorir'flul. I have abltf
advised i iiiniuber of miy sick friends
to taLko LS'.!in (o ii.A1hklinm's Vege-
"tallh) (Oawpollid, tul they havo
never ld al r'ii. r(ii to tIe sorry. Yours
very truly,-MAliu. MA,Y FA ImIANnS, 216
South 7th St., M i niaul,polis, Minn." (Mrs.
liurbankurs is one of the most successful
and hiighffht 'hIl~arietd travulling f aloi-
woltin" i n til\V est.)-sooO5 forfeit if original
0ofti ii oll .i tItai proii" gnO. il/)enu i h i ne "itniotbuproduued
Wlnira wont, ii tare troubled with
IrF ,''9'r. p ,"> ,,.,ss,1 or pl inful meon-
tl~i'uu l ,'i. 1 .ii rrrr-hLt, (l:iS lrLe,'rilont,
.,., i i ti. th(e/, is onie ti4i(e d rind
t r, v. I'. Pl lihal iit's

Ofilco of the Secretary of State. State
of Florida, Tallalhausse, Fin,, Jan. >6,
1803.-S. 1. Wailcs, Esq.: Your good
letter of December 22d, A. D. 1802, is
before me.
I had hoped and still hope, that the
Indian War Olaim, so vigorously and
persistently urged on and on by your-
self and others, will pass during this
session. However, I ituagine T can
read between your lines the shade of a
shadow of doubt about. its passage dur-
nlg this session, and "Old Nat" don't
encou rangt in imui.
I shall deeply regret tosee tho pros-
entt term of Congress adjourn without
pim sing said claim. I received sand
read your letter with much interest.
Iultfore tAie next Imoon warxes and
wuies I hopC to congratulate you upon
the crtowiinug act of your life-the
passage of thet Indian War Cl1aim.
Mliy (hld bloes you,
Yours as over.
JNO. L. CuAwvoii).
Oflliet of the Secretary of State,
State of Floridii, Taltahasste, Fla.,
January 14, 1893.-S. I. Waues, E q. :
Yours of tiro 10th Is received, consid-
ered, apprpoated.
Governor Mitchell and I are very
close friends and under al1 the ireumn-
stances of the case, I ventured -to show
your very urgent and important letter
to the Governor, It had no bad ef-
fet t.
liH has written to you-saw his let-
tor. I have talked to Iamar. I for-
warded "Old Nat's" lottors to Orawl-
fordlvill- and you may reasonably ex-
poet to hear from him at an early
Tio He ind tide are against me and
force nie right straight along t a coiin-

iMore ation, if necessary. I am
still hillng for the passage of the 'ln-
d iiu War latiir during this short
trti of (Congress.
May you live long and well.
In railroad haste. -iclivve lilt, l
wiihl you all tlhe success you de'irv.
JN>. L. Cn wriu>e.
t1110c of the Secretary of .,State,
State of Florida. Tallahassee, Fla..
January 2*, t3--S. 1. Wailel. Esq.:
Yurs of tht' 18th is re eived, lie-
liviig that no other mali uinder the
circui .t o ef h sun could lavo iincretasevd
loitaria's dmuiuiind frotr iunret y to niine
hulludred tlihousauiid dollars. iand know.
iug that you acted unidrr nluthority of
Governor Drew, Stud within the cir._
.conrfcrtutec' of the statute, 1 could niot

realize that tIhe prAsen'mt txeeutiveo
coki(.d go bac'k on your goodi work.
A lnd I ventlu.red to show lthe itlovr
or your private letter to mto-told him i
that you oily did thie work-lhat you
did it ill good faith, ahid unditf con-
-tract,anud Ihat the so reiguty sd
goXod fhith of ,e Staite w". plodeid to
you. The Gorernow answerd your
ltter itndiatsl, and t brntx I
'ii "'
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right'Into y office, and I read It and' U EhII!5
pronrouaep It 0. K. I verily believe C
tlhatyopt will pass the claim through .Ott
the Hou e this session. So oteit be. e but rela actonanot be secured until th i
an m Iwr togarightst wrind ang ,det secretes enougli bile to make th intestines . -'...
and muitii come right straight along to execute their natural functions. Unnat-
a conelusioh. Success to you and the ural agitationcaused bycathartics, compels 1V/
Indi n War Claim. I am yours to conual and Increasing doses to
ri' r.iaid. at''a the results.
Yours as ever, C t. g l., '
J o. L. CHAW oI D. actson the
FOUNDATION HAS BEEN LAID. liver; cures, Chil
_____ and Fever, and every form of
Work in Earnest Has Begun on Power Malarial, Bilious, Remitting and Inler-
l.iHouse of New Electric Company. mitting Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the
The foundation of the new power trouble, works permanent cure.
house which is to be erected for the FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.
Gainesville Electric Light Company
has been laid, and a force of workmen, For Sale by Johnson Bros., Gainesville
bricklayers and carpenters, are busily
engaged oni the job.. L__-.-...-_ _ i ,
The contract has been let to Mr. ESTA.:BEISI:E-r) 1859.
Reeves of Micanopy, who. is regarded
as one of the most competent work- U |
men in the county. This is an assur- H | .
ance that the work will be promptly
and properly executed, and it is ex- COTTON DEPARTM NT.
pected that within thirty days, the
conditions being favorable, the build- GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
ing will be ready to receive the ma-
GREATLY ALARMED In Seed or Lint, Large or Sapial Quantities.
y a Persistent Cough, ma- Advances made. Warehouse charges free. Firm offers
By a Persistent Cough, made by letter or wire. Correspoqd-
nently Cured by Chamberlain's made by letter o wire. Correspol-
Cough Remedy. ence11 solicited.
Mr. 11. P. Burbage, a student at law
in Greenvillo, S. C., had been troubled
for fouror flve years with a ontiiu- INDS R H TEL
ous cough which hlie says, "greatly
alarniedine, causing me to fear that I R 1. rp EL
was in the first stage of constimption."
Mr. Burbage, having seen hamnber-
lain's Cough Renmady advertised, con- Jacksonville's Finest
eluded to try it. Now read what he
says of it: "I soon fplt a remarklable And
change and after usog two bottles of
the twenoty-fve cent size, was permni- ELORIDA'S LARGEST AND
rienutly oured." Sold by all druggists L IA LA E A
and reediaife company iek.
and edicie...... an BEST YEAR-ROUND HOTEL
Paintso Giomy Picture of .Philippines
vienia, ,May 21.--The Austrian-Hin, DODGE & CULLENS, - Owners and Proprietors
garian consul, A. Dobrunne, at Manila,
Itn his report for 1902, paints a gloomy ........
p cture of bthe impoverishment of the
Philippines, through the long cam H
pLilgU. Buolnes., he says, was stag' 0lfl
aml a color works being the only new
enterprises of the. whole year, The
consul add* that Maila tA flooded W holesale Liquor Dealers.
with unemployd Amnericana an4 say
the roet of living has enormously 1 .
creased since the Americaai occupia
tIon,. Bottlers of Wm. J. Lemp Brewing Company's St. Louis
Disastrous Wrecks.
Carelessness is responsible for many Beer. Key Trade Our Specialty. Prices
,a railway wreck and the same causes
are making human wrecks of sufferers on Application.
fronrThroat and Lttng Troubles. But
since the advent of' 1r. King's New '
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs 1246 to 1258 W. Adams st. Jacksonville, Fla
and Colds, even the worst cases can be .
cured, and hopeless resignation is no --. ..-------....
longer necessary, Mrs. Lois Cragg of --
Dorchester, Mass., is rone of the many
whose life was saved by Dr. King's
New Discovery. This grand remedy is
guaranteed for all Throat and Lung
diseases by all drtiggists. Price &0c. X T 1,
and $1.00. Trial bottles free.


Will stop your rent and buy
you a home. For information
tall on


'T1,:in^l^,.i^t^ WORK UPTON W


Fruit and Truck GrowerS
One Year. ........$1.00
Nhngle copies . ..... ..... 10 I

A haIndsoIely Illustrated magasiie I
devotedI eapecially to the interests of
the fruit and veYetable growers of
A special ial sal iato ription of six
mouths will I sent l treHipt of 25


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4.4 4~7'




Nothing of An Unusually Interesting
S Nature Transpired Wednesday.
?ew bills introduced in the Senate
'Wednelday morning included the fol-
S.'$I Senator Nee-To extend the time
ior t1e completion of the Weet Florida
?Coast railway.
By Senator Butler-To authorize the
preparation and publication of a digest
'Of the civil proceedings of the supreme
By Senator Sams-To empower
County Commissioners toprovide wells
or watering places for animals on pub-
lio roads.
By Senator Scott-To grant lands in
aid of the construction of the St.
Andrews, Quincy and Northern Rail-


3 fidyDEN.
K and successorr to Se
Over Duton A Co'st i

A diseases ofRidneya. o

aOhe,Hil*tDlsaseuravetl, E E |' Graduate Baltimore C
Dropay, Fe&le Troubles. IV? F B ve years' ewerlen
Don't become dscoaed. Th Crown, Bridge work e
cur for you. If lvceary write I)r. DFe.ne AiLL Wco K
He has spent & life ttmfie Ctill. just uc OWc In ENmoI. fil
ca"ies as yours. All cousult at.lus Fee.
"Eight months in bed, heavy backache. TMR. J. H. PIFAISON.
pain and sorenless acrt*ie kldneys, also rhou.- D
mat Ism Other remedies failed. IDr. Fen- DEN'
near's Kidnoy and lBackache Cutre cured me
completely. U. WATERS, Hanilet, N. Y." South Side Square.
Druggists.50c., $1. Ask forCoHk look-Tr-eo; 1
ST. VITUS'DANCE Dmre,'%, I ril r-o


the i.il. frtom suiith's

By Senator Stockton-To create a-. .. ...
State forest reserve, and provide for a I W. PATTON
State forestry commission, and the CIVIL ENGINEER AND SUiRVEYOR
management and preservation of the |GA|iNviU. m. i,",1iiA.
forest reserve. Dealtr In reas. ,tate. Teorouwhlyv posted
I SN r wh h every section of land ti, .\llt couotity.
In the House. 'ls hve been usl aig AV.%AlllKETS for Correslondence molioited.
In ouiinii w ith w hich l iiv'o been av i llcted for i . . ... .. ...
Mr. Strozier of Marion introduced in. over twenty years.anmd I can say thit Coacaret H I, J. DEMPSEY,
have- givlve i1tn 3in ore relio than nivot oiher reme- ; "
the House a bill providing for the ap- dy I ,lave ever tried. I shuill ert.aily reconi- FUNITURE, R' \lli)
pointment of a State text book corn- O1nt dthei tol tn ly rieis as I e ai h'e and Made Ni"'.
mission, composed of the Governor, esnted LOOKliNG O.LASSe' l: SILV.Kum.
State Superintendent of Public In- CANOY o
struction, Secretary of State, Attorney qATHARTIC w With you on the ooumladlon ea' i .'ritrn,
General and State Treasurer. The d u- solicited and sati. Cftlon ON'% a'.
ties of this commission shall be to se- LFRED) TAYIOR.
lect and adopt a uniform series or sys- TOA n 1 n i PAINTINU \ni
tern of text books for the use of the PAI ANtIN \N
public schools of the State for a period G PAINASVILUt, Vl.IIIuDA
of five years. The bill provides that
Pleasant. Palatable. Potent, Ta ste Gool. )o
the successful bidder shall maintain a (ood. Nover lokeon. Weaken. or Gr. ilo. Iso.60o. Agent for I)DCORA'T tiS' \ VAI L PAI'ERi
depository in each of the three Con- ... URE CONSTIPATION ... COMPANY. New York.
Sterling esCi pa ar Eou Ir, tel UemMo ts .at, I Now fortlit.
gressional districts, and one to four ... .------
agencies in each county, and will be NO-TO-AC '., 0' k R u00 ,U. WALKER. A SurT. n.AR
required to supply the trade at the re- M. E Nb WALK-ER & S-AYLOR
tail contract price, which 'Alall be MENAND WOMEN- WA LKER & SHA LOIO
printed upon each book. The bill ap- a d iiltr ATTORNEY-AT-lrunaturaAW,
propriates $1,000 to put the act in ir. station# or ulceration orid
operation, ta',,ai Pflnali,. and not Matrin. Jacksonville. - Florida
66. P C aen or tpol The only other bill introduced in the Si(pU B old atrej,, ts,. 4-8-02
House this morning was one by Mr. or sent io pain wtappr,. ....
The only othrbllI thbe y exprt, pprepaidud lort
Love of Gadsden, to grant certain 1.00 Cinr Tbottle*.,CA. r AFE BELVEDERE,
( i'iCircular i*rt on requeo
lands in the State to the St. Andrews, .... ... W. SCHIILER,. roprietor.
Quincy and Georgia Railway. 182 Forsyth at., Ja.ksonville, Fla.
Mr. Blanton, who represents Madi- TO T E PUBLIC. Opw o lt .aPon.> leoo..
son county, has secured the passage in Ve, the und.rsigBed, hereby agree
the Houseof an amendment to the to pay $1,g)0 to any manufacturer of Beat dining place in city. Fine
law relating to the holding of political paint who can show, by similar tests, Wines, Liquors ahd Cigars.
primaries in the State. The change is, any paint standing upon any metal
slight, the purpose being to make it surface as perfectly an for so long a THE WEST ENDe
easier for the old soldiers and tried tlne Ias Tr A. FINE W EST LIQUN A CIGARN,
and true Democrats to vote. Clerks FRAPHITE ELAST, PAINT. 'IO..MISr.AISA, proprietor.
are instructed to prepare lots for We guarantee GRAPHITE ELA8. aIlo-29 w. lay at.. Jiaeksonville,
such men. TIC paint to contain t tar, rosin, as-
The ]louse' this morning passed Mr.T phain o any o theaprnts r of, Faust beer, botth l1lru rghil)on't
phaltuni or ally' of the proi t fa al i. Itk l
Watson's bill, to establish the Florida petroleum, and whin applied to anyfl cll......ni.....m.
Agricultural Institute, and to provide surface according, to our directions to
for the location, support, functions wear perfectly for a period of five Wi HEN IN JACK lONVIi IE
and control of the same. years, and we agree to furnish, free of Visit the-
One of the special orders considered charge, all paint 'necessary to repaint THE ORYSTAL 8.1OO00N A'ND) OOF
by the House this iorTitog wads"en- any surface where it hitas proved de- AlllN.
ator Blount's measure, to define the fe(.tive. Signed, The best Liquors in the city. Lnter-
grades of instruction which shall be The National Paint and Varnish Co., tainment every night at Roof (arden
taught iln the unifiorm sLi'ystemii of pub- Cleveland, Ohio, U. S. A. Theatre.
lie high schools and rural graded take ple.. in .n>ounolg th AL .
schools, to prescribe conditions, pro- \e take p]easre in announcing that. Ti0e O1)U IIEUAI.E
schools, to prescribe conditions, pro- we have secured control for Alachua
vide for inspection, and to make ap-county for the sale of the celebri".4" TIN. 9hiIVT MXTAIL ANti. D
propriations therefore. GRANITE ~ELASTIC (generally PLUUMINO STAAUSHMIKNT
This bill has been published in these known as Uncle Sam paint.) This _
columns. Mr. Willard of Alachuta of- paint has the highest endorsements for
fred an amendment to section 11, tin and iron roots and all expoed SATISFrACTION GUAItARaTF1.
Which was adopted, giving State aid metal.. ....
to schools in the rural districts taught f TIIOMAIi. & M. C aU. A PiS.rr, t aendA Msanaer
by one teacher. The original billlinm- n .. oih. orws.
ited the benefit to schools taught by ..
two teachers. li1 AXT
Other bills passed by the HoUtse this V N Arnd's aIOOl an Cal
morning included the following. JacksonviHe. :lorlda
House bill-To provide for the re- Fs Florida
vision and consolidation of the public F "h .... .. .
statutes of the Slat6. F u t|is_|i J[JlMerchaxits Lunch from 12 to 2 t. w.
House bill for the, relief of Dr. M ,
George McCauley for services reian- -rt ls" BhtertWooI="
dered and material furtiishvd the rT / rteU4 Warberger Beer ea Iraugkht
State Board of Health. I .. .
Senate bill to amend the law relative
to the sale of liquor within four 8teakl, ChopV Gatna Ii e1on,
miles of any public or private school Ato rde. l, h ards, owin
building or house of worship. Oomplee t of F Surni .' .. i"
In almostvery neighrhood some- hb r H o C Ef THAN A OCTOR.
one has died from an attack of colic or mnetle Sewi Malites etM a R
choleran orbu1 often be fore m teine TH......HAN MEDIIE.. I
Should be procured or a physician stm- ....
oied. A reliable rea.ndy for tLhese O i i Nahvi II -
4teases *hould be kept at hand. The '" ,.
k is too great for any one to take. Fllrst-Clatiertl .S ". ,a: 4
amberlain's Colic, Cholera ad Quic ek Sehedule* to i
rrrhoea emedy hia. undoubtedly "
ed the lives of more people arid re- IiXRMTNO ItAM, NASlVILIA ,.
yedmore pain alid Vslf.ering than 'AK.L CI TCAO ,
ither meciinie in use. 1 can. 1-, *X CHCA G! ,... .. .
be depe1ded Upon Forl sa.te bi IU?..'14 O-1"4" I
wruggistsand medicine tsi;liuilt. ST. LO. I$, and A'to ?P:iitai .....
poik nt R1fter 5t Inwre, ti W 14 Nftbrteh.t. i :;-'
tw Yotk, May f huadre M NEW OLEA..$,
a cr t f and MIr Pol* So .hw-.' -
ioat Wha t Polat t- Thro gh lkete via L. a& N, atsld --
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hat -I4wHapened n What is Going
i Told in ShoftParagraihs
That 'H. Who ftonus May Read
,Ii The Sun. .
,gy ('t h ith *Vsh a 11 & H1ll.
Sr yeors L;aboot those eon-.

1tigfbi ht returned from a
S* ine, p to Hiih Springs,
oPrk.:r of LaOrosse' was
v^^ si:,,lstor to this city 'yesoe'r

; WiUllam: Littl dale 'and daugh-
|tAwthorn are visiting friends in

S: McDonald and daughter
^ | :^tie1werevliitors to this cit y

ter0a briefvisit to friends in this
y4 j HarryIzlar returned to his home
4Qaa yesterday,
AR.- Hrper, the piano man, has re-
ned from a brief but successful trip
f points In South Florida.
,he friends of Mrs. 3. N. Slrobhar
wil regret to learn of her indispool-
$otbi, and trust .that she will soon. re-
H, L. Hayes,-a prominent citizen of
llemington section, was among those
bQ favored Gainesville with a visit
Sii. G. Moyers and child, after a,
$ aant visit to the family of Geo.
W oyers in this city,, returned to.
j i'r home at Dunnellon, via Ocala,
MS< a yv a,
Wilalm 'Filio of Micanopy, one of
Cl* most experienced orange growers
in the county, WAS among those who
,aiitei the county capital yesterday.
;Hon A. C. McCall of Jasper, clerk
oftthe 0rcouit court of Hamilton coun-
ty, Was Itmong the: :prominent Flor-
id.ns who visited thi ofty yesterday.
S Mrs. S. 'B, Ohiapin has returned from
a visit to her husband at Tallahassee.
TI : numerous friends of. this eiltl-
imable lady are glad to welcome her
ncjailn Brown of Kirkwood was
na the.a ty for a few hours yesterday.
l' wasi en route to his old home, Nor-
Sritott, Pa., whore he will spend tho

James HIolder, the merchant of Ro-
cihelle, was a business visitor to this.
oity yesterday, Mr. Holder is also in..
i teroited in the Gainesville Grocery
C company.
.Cbhritopher Matheson returned yes.-
terday from High Springs. Hie de-
It lered a temperance oration at a Sun-
:a tty school penic held at Poe Springs
S:.enter lodge No. 11, L. 0, 0. F., will
S hold it- regular weekly meeting to-
s ,ight, at which tthe intitiatory degree
wp'l'H be conferred. Visiting brothers
Sw'ill ruceive a cordial welcome.
': .Miss Janni...Pinholstor, a charming
r .young lady of Brooker, Bradford outn-
ty, who has been attending the normalt
lEast Florida Seminary in this olity,
r.tutrued to her home Tuesday.

Newtm J3ohnson of Hawthorn wai
i he olty yesterday. .
J. 'et1cpavid of FPellowship wat
registereda at the Brown House yester-

Misses Hattie Dennis and Bessie
hKig are visiting friend In Jackson.

SM. Shelton of High Springs was
among the visitors to Gainesville yes-
F. J. Hammond, the merchant oi
Hawthorn, was a business visitor t
this city yesterday.
James Turner of Lake View was
looking after his real estate interests
in this city yesterday.
$otlce--All parties desiring to reil
Rising Sun Hadfl please apply to Mosei
Sherman at the court house.
Mesdames R. Wilbur and H. L Rob-
inson.of Kirkwood made a brief visil
to friends in this city yesterday.
Mrs. George W. Hyde departed yes,
teday forOCherryville, Kanisas, whern
ihe expects to spend a few weeks.
The Woman's Guild of Holy Trinitj
church will meet at the residence o0
Mrs. B, P. Richards this afternoon at
4:80. o'clock.
Col. EI. d. F. Sanchez, president o0
the Ooklawaha Steamboat Company
departed yesterday on a business trif
to Jacksonvilloe.
Mrs. I. W.,Rogeks and Miss 0, Cly.
att of Chiefland were among the la.
dies who favored Gainesville with i
visit yesterday.
W. A. Cole of fligh Springs was is
the city yesterday, -having come to
consult Dr. Alderman in regard to
somine dental work.
Remember Mason for leo cream and
cold drinks of all kinds, His 'phone is
No. 171, and lie takes pleasure in filling
all orders by 'phone promptly.
Miss Helen Denham of Savannah 14
in the city, the guest of Miss Eva
Haile. The many friends of this ex-
eellent young lady were delighted tc
greet her again.
Mrs. George K. Robinson and her ac-
complished daughter, Miss H. G. Rob-
inton, are in the city from Ocala,
They are guests of relatives, the family
of Mrs. Vandeventer.
In the contest between the UTnior
Academy and Young League baseball
teams, colored, the former scored s
big victory, the game resulting* in a
score-of ten to nothing.
Mr. and Mrs, Roberts and child ar-
rived in the city yesterday from Forl
White. Mr. Roberts is at travaelin
man, and will likely keep his family
here for an indefinite period.,
When you want a pleasant physic
try Ohamberlain's Stomach aud Livei
Tablets. They are easy to take and
pleasant in effect. For sale by al,
itdrugists. and inedioine dealers.

Archdeacon Gray departed yesterday
for New Orleans, where he will re
operate for a few days. He request
The Bun to announce that services wil
be held at Holy Trinity church as usua
Single young men will find th
oailest .-firnsihAed rooms at th
Brown, Housae Annex, 75 cents pC
week to $2. Also several rooms to
light housekeeping. Apply Browi
i-ose oftSo. -
Prof. M, ." MIntosh and sister
Miss Willie May, arrived in the oit
from Rux yesterday. Prof. Mocntos




::Go to 3. M, Maaon's and get a copy returned in the afternoon, but Miss
o0f my Private Lossons on Drugless Willie May will remain for a few days
HeaItng anud Self Healing Prite. 60 a the guest of her tlster, Miss Nannie
ts per oy. Every amily MI ntosh, ,ho is a teacher, in the
h oe one. A J. Co t. of 'the Gai,esvllGraded and HIgh School.
h The coultnimitts olt mpicics of the
iI irionsa anday schools thuoulghout the Mr. Jo~pl Pominville of Stillwater,
I inn., atter hav n spent over* .$2,00
city are requested to meet at the home with the beit dcr1is for stomachl
of Mrs. Foster, corner .West Main and trouble, without relief, wa advised by
abitireh strict this Afternoon at 4 his drugglat. Mr. Alex. Richard, to
o'clook. try a box. o i hamnborlainu'*Stomac t
a n nd liver Tabletas e dii oo, and is a
Rirby Smith Chlaptor, UMnitd Daugh- well tai> today If troubled with int.
b ter. of the Confederacy. held a his- dieation, lad 4t.ste In the mtouth,
Stdorlan meetingat the home of Mrs. J.11. laek of apptte or ontipation give
these tablet t a trial, and you are
ma sterd teroohh rtan tobe more than plasd with
was largely attended aqd the ladies thim re~ 4t. Fora leat $ocent0 a box
S tjoy.ed good meeting, tiby al druggitta and medicine dealers.
prof. MN. H. DeLandd of Kirkwood, H1. 0Cato, for maoy years a resi-
one of the ofiolent young tofeachlrs i. dt'nt of this itty and county tax eol-
S he employ of Alachus county, was in lector, but who Is now conduetlng a
ttltyy*esterday. Prof. DeLaud last farmi near Alaohua, returned to his
term conduoted a most successful hom yesterday, after a brief isait to
Sterm of the Rooky. Point school. ietalatives here. Mr.. Qato states. tht
lThe phenomenal exhibition, better: sil)'eo the rof ,hng ratns of a few
astmecwn". .th olten lead aggrega wksao thOkrops avo taken on a
Sononisti gof a' ainuesville or. n nw growth an lokng .fia e t
I estr": 3V. W. Kys, the molton lead now. He has a 'magiloent i farm,|
ober, and M V. DIevensou iuang whoh-.are fory aes of cotton
p 'r ttoday for Wao, where they which is said to bi the fitttet in that
i ,^ the asurance of rowded house sotioi -

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Spring- Ailments.
There is an aching and tired feeling;
the liver, bowels and kidneys become
sluggish and inactive, the digestion
impaired, with little or no appetite, no
ambition for anything, and a feeling
that the whole body and mind neeis
toning up. The trouble is, that dur-
ing winter, there has been an accumu-
lation of waste matter in the system.
Herbine will remove it, secure to the
secretionis.a right exit, and by its tonic
effect, fully restore the wasted tissues
and give strength in place of weakness.
b0c at Johnson Bros.
Miss Carrie Whidden Passes Away at
Her Home in Ocilla, Ga.
Telegraphic information reached
this city yesterday of the death of
Miss Carrie, the youngest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Whidden, which
sad event occurred at the home of her
parents in Ocilla, Ga., Thursday morn-
ing at 8:45 o'clock.
This young lady was well known in
this city, where she resided with her
parents many years. She was poe-
sessed of a most amiable, affectionate
disposition, and her numerous friends
will receive the information with much
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hampton, the
latter a sister of the deceased, depart-
ed yesterday for Ocilla, where they
will join the grief-stricken family.
The. interment will be in Thomasville
To the- bereaved family The Sun,
with other friends, extends sincere
The X-Rays.
Recent experiments, by practical
tests and examination with the aid of
the X-Ray establishh as a fact that
catarrh of 'the stomach is not a disease
of itself, but that ft results from re-
peated attacks of indigestion. "How
Can I ure My Itidlgeation?" Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure is'curing thousands.
l&jwill cure you of indigestion and dys-
pepsia, and prevent or cure catarrh of
the stomach. Kodol digeats what you
eat-makes the stomach sweet. Sold
by Bodiford & MaCollum.
Atlanta Pressmen Strike at the At.
lanta Envelope Company,
AtlAnta, May E21,--.ght or ten of
the presasmen employed at the pltat
oft tho Atlanta JEnvelop# Company, 104
Routh loIreyth street, have gone on
It Is uoJderstotold that the cause of
the strli e Js an a'tllemed effort on the
part of the company to lengthen the
number of hours of work.
This propoaltioUti It is stated, did not
suit the .unlon p;r*isea, and yester
day morning they walked out.
A Little Early Riser
Now and then at bedtime will cure
conspatipaton, biliousness and liver
troubles. lDeWits Little Early
hisers are the famous little pills that
oure by arousing the eretious, imov.
tug the bow.els gently, yet effectuolly
and giving suelt :Btil and strength to
the glands of the stomach and .liver
that tihs :auo .u of the trouble is re-
moved entirely, and if their us el on'
tinuod for a few day', there will be no
return of the mtnilaunt, S6old by
Bodiford & MeCo ," .
Pbotograpt SociaL
SThe ladies of tthe lrebytteria church
of Micanopy will havy a photograph
|soiiail beginning on axtIMonday even
ing, 35th iust., at hl home of J, W
Carter. Sherbot" le cream and ake
will be sold in aid of he ,ansae -fundd.
Mirth, musio arid piaauri n store for
all. Everyone Qoaitally IN ited.
For Over xty Yer s
Mnrs. Winlow.'s Sy has
bten used by ehil while in.
"It oote the ehJM. tlessthe ptbss,
&allays ll pains, wtn a
-i* the best remain

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Bre~a Wpith Even Honors.
( The 3aeksonville and Live Oak base-.
ball teams finished yesterday a two-
day contest, with the result that hon-
,or were broken even, though Live Oak
managed to pile up the largest seote.
The' first game was pilled off
- Wedn6eday afterno m and reports
state it was one of the prettiest ever
seen on a Florida diamond. The game
was errorless on both sides, and both
teams played with great vigor and en-
f thusiasm. Tritton pitched for Jack-
sonville, while Chapple occupied the
box for the Live Oak team.
SThe second gain between the two
teams was played yesterday, when
Kennedy pitched for Jacksonville.
The sore in this game resulted in a
t victory for Live Oak, the score being
s ten to 3.
The work of both teams showed
plainly that there was little room for
I improvement, as all players are first-


Opened the eri~s of Commence-
mert bercises Lst Night.


Tomorrow Evening the Members of
the Periclean and Herrmean Societies
Will Entertain Their Friends With
Interesting Debates.
Last night the musiceale by Mrs.
Denby's class"gave the first of a series
of commencement exercises.
Full account of the exercises will be
given tomorrow.
The exercises tonight, will be given
by the young ladies of th'e Dialectic
Literary Society. The entire program
is given below:
Piano solo-Alma Fennell.
Recitation-Alma McOook.
Vocal ot-Maude Duke.
Character sketch--Fannie Stivender.
Violin solo-Irene McOreary.
Recitation-Ethel Strobhar.
Piano solo-Blanche McLeran.
Recitation-Idel Shelton.
Piano solo--Ethel Holloway.
Rainbow drill by fourteen young
Saturday night the members of the
Periclean and Hermean Literary So-
cieties will contest for championship
in oratory and debate.
Commencement sermon will be
preached at the Methodist church at
10:80 a. m. Sunday by Rev. Alonzo
Monk of Atlanta, Georgia. Reverend
Monk is one of the ablest ministers in
the United States and his sermon will
be a rare treat.
Announcements for Monday, Tues-
day and Wednesday will be made in
Sunday's Sun.
The Wastes of the Body.
Every seven days the blood, muscles
and bones of a man of average size
lose two pounds of wornout tissue.
This waste cannot be replenished and
the health and strength kept up with-
out lpefect digestion. When the
stomach and digestive organs fall to
peIrform their funtipns,, the strength
et down, health s ay, and dis-
ease sebt. upX Kodl Dyspepsgia Cure
enables the stomach and digestive or-
gans to digest ahd 'assimilate all of the
wholesome foW, that ,may be eaten
into the kind o' bloot4 that rebuilds the
tissues and prtsects the health and
strength of the nind and body.. Ko-
dol cures indigestion, dyspepsia and
all stomach troubles. It is an ideal
spring tonic. Soldby Bodiford & Mc-

Two of the Best Colored Teams of the
State Will Open Season.
Baseball enthusiasts are anticipating
with a groat deal of interest the game

Personal attention


all business in this line.
Orders by mail or tele-

graph promptly attend-
ed to,



Daughter of Congressman Davis Be-
comes Mrs. Ralph Burton.

which will be pulled off on the park A telegram from Palatka under date
diamond in this city this afternoon be- of May 19th, says:
tween the Central City and Ocala Miss Nellie Douglas Davis of this
teams. Notwithstanding that both city and Ralph Burton of Washington,
teams are composed of colored players, D. C,, were quietly married at the
there are some geod ones, and, this residence of the bride's parents. this
being the opening game of the season, afternoon at 8 o'clock in the presence
will more than likely' be attended by a of relatives and a few intimate friends,
large number of both racesi.. Rev. Ritchie of St. Mark's Episcopal
The game will be called promptly at church performing the ceremony.
8 'o'clock. The admission has been Miss Davis is the youngest daughter of
placed at 25 and 16 centA, and those congressman Robert W. 'Davis, and
who attend are assured of a vigorous was born and reared in Palatka. She
and enthusiastic game. was one of the city's most. popular so-'
Not a Sick Day Since. iety young ladies, and had host of
"I was taken very sick with kidney friends. Mr. Burton is a young man
trouble.. I tried all sorts ot medicines, of promising prospects, and Is at pres..
none of which relieved me. eOne day ent manager of the Oxford Hotel in
saw an ad. of your Electrid B ttersand Washington, where he and his bride
will-make their hv ne.
determined to try that. After taking a The room hh the ceremony as
.frw doses I felt relieved, and soon The room r he ceremony was
thereafter wasentirely ured, andhave performed was beautifully decorated..
not seen a sick day since. Neighbors of with flowers and evergreens, and many
rmle have been cured of R1theumatsmI, handsome presents and remembrances
Neuralgia, Liver and Kiduey troubles from frieds were in evidence.
and General Debility." This is what B fron 'inds were in evidence.
F. Bas, of Fremont.2 0,. Writes. Mr, atid Mrs. Burton left over the
Only .6I. at all druggists East Coast Railway this afternoon for
His Record Wa kGood their future home.
As oity tax collector, T. B. Ellis has SIMONSON'S SALVE DID IT.
made' a record of which any offial *--------
should Well feel proud. Alderman Effected .a Permanent Cure When
Brooe,. chairman of the finance or-b Twelve Doctors Had Failed.
mittee of the Counci i yesterday com6 1. B. Virling of London, Miss., under
pleated the checking of Collectr Ellis date of April 21, 1908. writes:
for the past four years, and foupd his "J Bnimonsow, Gainesville, Fla.:
books absolutely correct. The chair- '"Dear Sir: I write to express my
mian, who. is on of the finest aScount- deep gratitude to you, for your won-
ants ti the State. Took oasesiaon to derful salve has cured a sore on nmy
congrAtulate Mr. Ell i not only o the toot from which I have suffered grftt-
correctesa of his books, but the neat- ly for five.years. Twelve doctors have
ess. of anme. been ork 11n the foot during this
... .. time, but failed to effect a sure. Your
From a 0 ch sat al alve did the work in a little while.
Othear.to Ue wost of a took from the foot ten piec- of bone,
Ot le a or t t o Ib stoDeWitt Witeh" r the g had been extrased,
N i .whiccusd the ore and now I a
sel 4a i t in entirely cred a able.towlwitmh
Sto he aid of tee. I shall al.-
"feel the greatest gratitude to-
S w&a&s U*o, and will always peak A
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