Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 05 26, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02124
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
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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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NO. 8, AINES.LLE, FLORIDA, ESY, MAY 193
AO. I NAINESVI LLE, PLORIIDA, TUESDAY


AY DANCERS them. All but four were ae to
scramble out- The otDers were pin.
loned under the heavy weight. Four;
A L Rwere mashed almost beyond recogil
WAS LUKINu tin.
Elevator Overcrowded.
I allJ Of Elevator In The opinion prevails that theo eleva-
tor was overcrowded, anrd Superin.
H ttsburg, Pa. tendent of Police John P. MeTigho o I
dered the arrest of Professor L. N.
ED, MANY INJURED. Giles. a mechanleal engine/ an i in.
struct6r of the Pennsylvania Electro-
tnapped and Precipitated Mehan-nical institute, who at the time
ded Gar Five Stories. of the accident was running the ole.
ic^time Almost Crushe., vator. It is alleged that he allowed
the elevator to be overcrowded, and
ognition. that he had no experience in running
a25,-twas alo an elevator and was partly response.
ay 25-UI was almost We for the accident.
morning before any of
of last night's frightful
ent at the Connelly build- UNION MINERS STILL OUT.
ahe Eleetric-Mechunical1 In-
r .,ere Identified, and at' 10 Trying to Induce Nonunionilst to Af-
licrushed and mutilated re- filiate With Themn.
women were, still lying at Knoxville, TeRn., May 25,-The un,
unknown and unclaimed. ion miners In the Coal Creek, Brice-
rdOwds surrounded the en- vill coal district who failed to return
f the morgue all night, await- to work yesterday, are still out, bitt
rmation as to the Identification they are expected to return to work
four bodies that had been tak- on Monday morning. It develops, ac-
h from the scene of the accl- oerdi1ng to the mining compaalem' 0o-
'The bodies were so badly dia- flclals, that the minero hove taken
and dIstorted that 'thorough thoue two days off, not oa account Of
tflcatlon was only possible any grevance against the varlou
Nrwgh the marks on the clothing companies, but for t*e purpose of
a. and t as so nm had ,n marks on making a "rad" on the nomunlon m-.


asr clothing identification was Im-
Oaible until friends inquired for
6p because missed from their homes.
0 unknown woman is thought to
e come from some of the saubuvb&nJ
a',s and the remains will likely
kidentifledi during the day.
List of Dead and Injured.
|be casualty list as furnished by the
[|ner and obtained from the hospit-
he dead are:
U|a Mattle Curtin, 18 years old, of
etwood, Pa.
0a Susie Flannagan, 19 years old,
leghany.
tden P. Floor, 28 years old, of Me.
Rocks.
Injured:
an about 19 years of age.
rt Meyera, 23 year old, fracture
t leg mad arm.
SiApton, arms and legs.
Flanagan, 27 years of age.
Lulu Postelwalte, 40 years old.
SMargaret Potelwalte, 17 years
elee Blondel, 18 years old.
o Simond, 20 years old.
Morrison. aged 35 years.
Amrock. 28 years old.
Gillis, 40 years old.
N. Gillis and Paul GUllia.
Ulnown man about 24 years of
isaed and cut, is unconsaeous
*spital.
jured are all sCeia' from
andl bruJtea^ b with tiLe
of the unknowai man, if Itl
#ll will recover,
Rigid tnvestlgation.
roner at the earliest time pQO1
t out summonsae for a jury
Into the cause of the gokt
[ fix the responibilltty.
ry met in the courtroom of the
'. building at 10 o'clock thi and a rigid inveatigation wa";
Stated. After the jury had
offr and had viewed the re'
lf the victims, friend were
'rmlssion to remove their bod-
eir homes.
uet and ball was held in the
at 1)26 Flifth avenue by the
&aia Elect ro-Mechanical lnlti.
vpry avallAble portion of.
rand sixth floors were crowd-)
mbers of the Institute and


Fell Five Stories.
at 10 o'Plxk the elevator, with
13 passengerA, started Iforthe
room on the sixth floor. WMhen
r was raehed It was ound.
pltaco was crowded. and the
decided to go to the flIfth
pre the dancaci was In prog,
Vhea between the fifth .asd4
.rs. the steel eable dapped
a resounding crash that was4
let.s wasy. the eage dropped,
'load of humai fretigt. It
itbrough the ftaow above .th
Sbuilding., and was etoppdt
4 post of wood I3 fot tobeiw

e ntlu positioum the pai
^f *jammed nder bookesB
'N'wisd steefU l f e ot Uso


RAIDON SPECULATORS -S ITWO ARE KILLED
Sie was cool, cahn and wlthoalt W AR

BY POLICE OF C!ICAGO ',o :p.tionofir'""" : IN KANSAS TORNADO
-_-- with Rigahy ju-ait before she llrod thuo -
8hots which took his life.
Board of Tiade Thrown Into At ti es wh crahlls nlft Twelve Injured, Several It Is
Wild Excitement. Ore portraye-d heor rotni as ui.l y Thought F.atalUy
--- stood befoto her In that ottleo deChiuilg .
FIFTY MEN WERE ARRESTED. her name the recital took a tragical STORM STRUCK TOWN OF BALA. .
turn iaroly seen outside of stage life.
Offices of Qeorge T. SulllvAn, Charged Men, young an,. old, strtinetd every Traffic on the Rock Island Road Was
With Operating Buck tuhop, Visited faculty to 1d h tr uymy Wor nth Blocked For Hours, Groat Trees and
her ove'ry Jostur, nu d to miss a thing ok r H r, Gr Tr
by Bluecoet--Wild Hush to Make of the look of ment1(al agony showi In Debris Being Huiled Upon tUe Track
Escape. the derondant's face. From a note Immense Halistones Fell.
aMaybook Mrs. CarsonI givo hr verstalo
Cicago, May 36.--The ofi<-es of of the killing and of the coiivorration KlQuLas (1'4, M a 2y.- spoweI
George T. Sullivan, 259 IASalle1 street a. aling up to it. and to this she made to The Star from Manhttall, Kan..,
were raided by the police today and 50 (r, qtont reforcie, thu.Ih at no thliO Stayst A tornado padoi ouver the* west,
men who were speculating wr,, i l'ace"d wns her delivery In the sillhtetot halt- owr part of ltiley county last night,
under arrest. A wild rush lto toors r ta g her manner the least lconuseid. At Itala, t'he RItock Island road, two
and windows ensued wh.f the polo ..eol .. ...e were killed 'and 12 Injured, sev
.etered the place, but preaut.lins had GULLED BY SHARPERS. eral, It is thought, ratntly.
been taken to prevent escape ai., ..R..i. lroallrtd tratlic wias thloekod for some
every exit was guarded. Sullivao Two Men Arrested at Columbus For time on oi couit of great troae and
Was in his private otleo and the Crooked Ddalin. dibtlis leig blown ('aross the tracks.
bd to be forced. He- w.sa aLou Crooke h da Ma T .DelnstO.l W itt peodod by a hetavy
those taken by the offleers. I Columbus, GR., May 2ti 2.--4 1. 1l- &. haillwto vas rell aa laroe as
Sullivan is charged with olpoiattng ris and J. a. Norris, two yotii.g mt'u i'. i 11 s 1 lare a
a bu'-ket shop and swindling his pa- ef pleasant addrlIII. who .tiav o Iatn lll a o
trons. Sulllian protested that he had |I the city for the ipast six wok,. Many dweliup an d| oltbtull dlge
an Injunction against the raid aind was avo been arrstetd el wVnrralt lwori wt O wro _____
not allowed tlaio to producthe outrt ua *t by the iotratl l'deration of 1- LIPTON'$ DOUBLE PURPOOa.
pera but wAe compelled to go to the bor, through its plrehoilt, I. I U PUar-RPO..
station with the other Dri.oners. "Th! low. charging thcain wllth cheating ant Old $Shamrock Not To Act Simply as
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nlp in the service of the Tenneseoe rr 'uwIu wizo t 'ord!t 'i> u- -l( ......a
Coal company. The tnlon mennas- boo ed of trade and the 1 "op board. They have been working ant adver. Trial Goat.
oammblo| oat the Thennese CoaR corn' Thousands of person* all over the thing scheme among tho nitrelhants New York, May 25.-Amerlean
Plauy' mine a n, it I sald, made e country are believed to cave been In. of (olunmbus which was Indoried 'by yacht Mitu and tho mnemtber of the
torts to have the nonunion men there duced to Invest their moaey in grain, the federation. The federation Indors- New Y'ork ~AC'ht (clhh iIn trpitilcular will
afrliato with the union. They were eItOn, coe, e and provl*lon futures. ed the tschoine in good faith, thinking prolmably bl surprised to hoar that air
ccessful in some lntances, but the The cone occuples at entire lower that the young mien were honest, Thomatt Uplpton has a double purpose
Tenuessee company claims that the flo' at t bove n rber, and 40 They wore to publish an oll'cial la- in 'litg both Shamrocks acroas the
majority of Its men wll remain loyal l yoeng wot14 are emplOyed as book. bor martial, and for thsl they oh' Atlantl at this tlim aind that the o r
to .the company. This company wos kepers aend tnographers. The po. tained many advertisements. They col. Shamrock is not sent over l.mply to
s'bxut 200 men. It has hd, no tr0ot lioe claim that within two weeks Sul-. tcte the money for the ads. from act ai trial boat for Shtanroek III,
ble whatever with Its men and It |' Uvan has secured $50,000- Some of the maorchanta, but It it alley, cables The Anmertiran'lAs Lonldo orrw
preparing to resume work Mouda The concern tba ,lea ed wires to ed failed to turn ovor t ho oka In spon0doeLt.
morning The hberit of Andrson mnany cities, the main o0cos being Ii return, as per their contract,. itin ou s it ,I nald that .not only will Shamn,
county waited upon the uniom men as Batono Chicago, Cleve4nl, Couicl cases. They are now 1ta jail attalthtiM rook I be useed for a trial boat for
sembled at. the -'ea .litie this fh A~O P, Ain, O a d, t lnvWtil atilont the new boat, but that It Ih air Thcjt
morntmig and dispersed the gathering rlingutatOn, IOWA. a' piurpotos to eltder thaltlirock I iII
without any demonstration. .Ibel Th police conficated all hooks And FOREIGNERS MAY LEAVE. tie Now York yacht c'luh', culise ano ,i
made. TA reunion men had takn llUatrumentl, cut the Wlisa and placed a y ratcs and r (ga-ttai to whilh w.hoi
charge of the property but attempted mn in charge of the lplao. Veneauelan Authorities Trying to En y b e e'itllo tagalst (C'oltittl,
so violence ither to thep p ertyI o- f.force Vexatious Measures. Goiltltitollti and, |lvti.llu!
to divide als. The conrition TWAIN'S HOMI A HOSPITAL. W1hlleattadt, lhlamnd of (ur'raa-i., My It a nit31 t.t'- ,rillah ,i-,a e.1ter
sent to Priteident John Mitchellt y the ...... .-ro re htilet of the stato of M ar, it". In t(he trial rn, ,'p r1,om a I hey
coal operators has not yet been an. Doctors In. Attendance Upon Humorist te ilb, Venezuela, andl the governit wiild, orf ,, rio,'. I>' ,'min.il (o Amiril.
swered. About 200 men are idle. The and Hise Ramily. of Caracra havo tried to t'foh'- it irt ,lendglg ', ott a (Al1i i'. "ly. bitt h11.
Knoxville .Iroeompany'a mine work. New YTot* May 26.-T'.o phyl(tland iSew law aga1tist forelgnriT. o,'i lt lg thilX.h th,' Ani. r't popii ltlht, ild llik
lng nonunion men Is the only mine Il an4 trained urses have been for siy, them to ro~ogrlszo only the Voenile to oe 1 w ti ,01,1 o l ttilnlWilk could
the district working today, eral weeks int constant attendance on lan trlbunails for tho jl jstmirI't of do a tgalt the Amn-rliant' hoata and
O LUNRY Mark 'TWAI (eamuol ( Iomena), hl of their tlaims and compelling them to bell ehoy It. wlbIt n t,, i ain lintrniatiottl
CHICAGrO'8 LAUNDRY STRIK, wrfe nad their two tauightters, Clara .waive thtier right to i'laul dtami&xaKsi flavor to ththi p ..m.linary raoin that
ad.ad kn, at the humorit's home at for robbery or pillage b'rpot rated by w, i t i1nteriit thO n It 1i Alnlr.
Employers and Employee Pallto Real h lrerdal'0ontbh-Hudson. It is more govorn#men t or rvolutiloniiary troops, h.'H p ,,1 hIo sltnost aS uitt'h as th. .''iup
Agreement that Aix mtiths sance IMrs. Clemens an(d entore-ing other vxsat.tlot' rM.1 1,,1t e
Chicargo May 265- laundry striksf has ft the houe. 0 h- was struck turee under penalty of Intmwllat't Si Ttihron and tJinner [ifo ti
Is to be prosecuted *Wtit en.ewed ig en witwh nerV.iiprostration last ~Au-' urea nder penalty of Itiediatlo- Ive h that the ,,i Sh!,S htrot. n'evor
or, a twohourtt' cotfernm4 today 1e, ,t"t" and since her i ondWon hal pulhton. I had a r.ir chait, itlitit 'oliblrt
tween employer and: im. yes ha l 0 tV eral atlme nated her hripbiand the Thiase mastires werF enforce In jr,0, owiogd to Mr 1 I'if,' il)ln.es anrd
tnied e s adlo 1 t Akety. The, itain reult-4 against Dritlsh, (1,rmtM, Itatliatt, ltuih, tht haIt her ut-lner boeni n board
i, i tiert that all uinf 1t his completot. eollaw. five week '8 nS.tish and French (lemt trus Wt"g' /al hwo,,uld havo madte a mitch btter
ffatte te Fedra when slight.Cold .veloped into their reimpetiv legation learned o( shu.
d. Labor 1 i W e brou ght into th-a i vere ata of bro,tltt. i th acthehey eitt orders to Air, hct, .('01
ad t h tl e w^atwll not I.issi Jean Olemensa. whit-, w 20 hars tul rot to comly with th, ,l<,u.i w Mtt Trao0W D"ath.
:0t1At eg t.t N *1, iwf 'p* Z "S.0instruet 'ih thmeasle. Whe the 'ritteal, stag law was contrary to etxtiting tr,,atlw.on, forn. rimart of the shtngle ,tlipartmioul
St' tl t. : t o..f her Il le .was reacht hler f e the Theo ar nifters of the poweta 41l4 1cull. ,of th"I Valh, l oyal lumber mill, was
ay klS .n to ihomaes of th Was Ver w kitand th- e,hY'lhas .4 on 4enlor UrIan'sea, the noitlst"r crumh- i to ldeth when work for the
Saundry- owners. .. ea i ll K to hide tdr* t hifm bow seris h tr cot- of foreh afftlrs a. protested atAtIttl day about to heiln. i and two
tred over a -lIue Irrding that t duit 00w the action taken. Honor Urbasit negro i.ltes we-re dotilog mto work.
sylm athetle strike should ,be called? iSn a h for her iter. Mi Iroiised that or sr would be td Thlut iatrtt,m t ofn was -ailt sway
dttrig the tife of the pro1ored .ar j caght the tmas es The rils to sp0ond the ,nfort,' oi*nt of th4 on,-'artil. and thta .Johnso and 4Mth
mert And for the aribtratlon of all dP as St 0ya$ et b*es reach u her cae. sew law. t1att01d 14ta' ,,'i01,tI.tiz. were. ote r h'l 4t I n 1i way, were caught
frences n. ot noi'ated. ft the law 1 on0er,'er l y thb. it h ngro was stru-
L. ON*.(TyRIKt SETTLED, i iLr eompihat.to.o withe th (owurs S.nvwl'., tbut not sertiotlly Inj red,
Decasion- 4e t Longwortth L aw I .'- :w... .. .. will arimE, and it Ito botr that more J dM os.A, however, was hurted iby the
Oolumnbuim ,O. May *5.-the Ulitell DiffereesM I Setllrakers ej Unole ttft? 4.0oo of l th ; 0(to ,-rru ,nri A,'- 1, I aaltOet th., larger wheel, atbot
States saprrme cuttrt today l ie .. t .AdJutted. .. a "Jtly retlila ijn Venezwu-Is will leae whlhIt It resolved anlt wae crushdtl
down a dec.tlo; thlt the t.o b-gw*ortr New t*York)ay 2--J at MONlI the country,. t%1-tn tho tk. at14 th wh0t, 1 .IIs
law is the. only authortty.uitder w iec. pua4 p.udelnt nt ora' tA 1ie of the. ---"- r' 1 r~ tl *mnh. w'.t b i.oktnt "i.ke .tla,
boards of r'rlew -r eqotalisatio' be t'totltod of oiltma'. lw Itro FIGHTING IN BULOGArIA. d4. e l if, and oh, ar im t4 torn tal
-reated. The dec ioa w.as redeted ipldes of Ae it a at ---"- t. iry fo its pocket
n t .L shape io t 1autf Malast "th W tll t 1*.t' 04 to"jSays ap tstrik Clash Betwr lmprialt Troops aad -- -- -
eity cotmenrl of Diyto.l4 The aie of t termakses of t0 w farget- Cealne Habit Cou Alaram.
to test the old at tor cretion of a c 8 lte N4 rated pO J:ne i's tR0, has (ot5attiopb, May as +'igtan* Jacko Un Mis ayC 2,Tt9 hifamn
boardi of reew. The deci$a ^ I ti sled, te as0 0 i, n gXmgas 4 oevuarred l all rd.y long T basWd on -s gro04 that the j*i tbetWat1 Isomase in w 4 e1 A* d t, e iflrlat vilag# of Motomit m4it*4 the negroes 1o Mosial*4ajti hat ot*-
Ohi code *a suiperceded the oo1 hott. 0tber *ett0"s Vstagetf sator55rt ortly i on I Mo ierd g ete' the wncesity of the no-t iWas
This takes from ra eoiiti ellt 4 owel et: to ti~ tti L. A "ympathg 0044 Dletaiia of the fight, whih pro*mani.tltr'nt l maki.tg (ahth.g- in tho l.aw frof
appofintmatuet except to. its e oW~1i h i tOe t$ie hiostim Pels by was ltw hr o t r he I iv fore0 akrc idi lt tat- the aLe of t hie ,i'Aadly de't
ordinatea Thq sta-te b Oar.tdi ap.. ..Wee; O W." '. 5 sa 4tiwat i tt I4, fhave sot bees' without thWe pfoeriptkni of a pbhy el,.iAn
pAistet and ma essors .ill iaW "ltire ei Iee w .as O aged recei ved, 'oi a.ll ,ttuit a fel.rony inrt(-ad of
apiol1stment*. A o t tht tity atig 0e- 1 'sTa i'TturEvta' are c t' fr th MI ; A 44N0ta1#r *aat tfrkt'n at ..rko'.Wvt'.
S. #it to Bre14a'. -----.W r' try t stat.e lie eg's,-,o 54.n1ia-
Chart .of OlS C -Ma, h i' l ':.;:.,~th. e ti.e .t .r omHtivh rr .... t ., -tr.n.t
r te tt t hasn.tire tat-ebelsig Mrs Trnt.tle.. I C the ialit, !nd ",,a.tsth. Ci.grtlyt
$a. thqi qt en"Ytanas to atuo of the di4i S4*o-th (larol *e atInd 4044t '"' IqAlik h' 1thpm 0'*4 10
Is *Zlc1:a4 that tb* Southern ho *ag paPy of 11044p ha. t ei ordered t1 -
p^<-. lka of"rata with ,g S c,.-tatntri lf Striie Ti t Up Re, .d,
t-airv* t taetub Southern iwa- iT j s.5 loe o apparte wl to i dtsft. M w.i tkos 0ee
< ts 5 coonit tins lt w aO ha 4oft la"4 l st0a wppe *a" tha t The ywM0 4 te oatres May ug sx t0e0' of
Is rb ried by the lawsw of S..4'we I
OJ-SiL CS4 4em~eds ahout Pedr ,Mtdarned. hat *M5t ea WsiNitt b e"rIO WA'1P
a~~~ak t" .semesatits nwAasethaige te~tes Mlsa


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lWas a Olose ontst, However, the
aOrtunatroe i IanV Winning by Only
'ia Pi l oPhomore Exorcises
At: Hall .,t mvening.
d t H ml lt Ilmportant features
%t o mnneement program of.
7 Fl4 Semoinary was the com-
Stirvd l between companies A and
Sthe young lady cadets, which
ipired on the .college campus at
A0 : aok Monday afternoon. Both
"lous piazzas of the barracks wereI
. ed with visitors, and many car-
t'l~ek were stationed outside the
gmounds. Sehibert's Jacksanville or-
obestra was present, and tended to
mAlke the occasion more festive with
*elect music.
Thae judges selected were Misses'
Mary Strobhar, Gertrude Oushman and
Fannie Endol.
O0mpany A was thp first to make its
appearance.e. The company marched


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Svarious wahilnes.


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REAL ESTATE, DWELLN98
AND LAID FOB 8AMLE,

"E. Et ioyle,
4iaiiesVllle, Florida.


KEYSTONE BAKERY,
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out into nhe open campus in magnitu-
cent form under command of Miss E. F. 8. ELEVE FUNCTIONS.
Edith Baird. This company par. -
t d ian excellent drill, display- The Price of Tickets to Banquet Will
ing fine work on the part of both corn- be d of
pany and instructress. The company In Its issue of Sunday The Sun, in
IdritJg the drill and its conclusion re- referring to the banquet and ball of ,
'rlved hearty applause. the Eleve Association of East Florida
Company B, in command of Miss Seminary, stated that tickets to the
Susie Hunter, then appeared upon the banquet would be $5. This was an er-
co pus. They were greeted with en- ror, and should have read $2 per plate.
Sthiuilastio applaple. This company The tickets will be limited, and are go.
also gave a flue exhibition drill, after ing rapidly, and those desiring seats at
which the judges decided twenty-nine this function are requested to secure
points for Company B, and twenty- tickets at once from Dr. J. Harrison
eight points for Company A. Miss Hodges or W. S. Broome.
Strobhar, in behalf of the jOdges, The ball will not be held in the
complimented both companies for their opera house, as formerly, but for this
e* Iience., In a very neat and care- event the Seminary Hall will be used,
ful paec0h she rendered the decision through the courtesy of Superintend-
for Company B. Great applause and eat GOulliams of the Seminary.
college yells from both boys and The banquet will begin promptly at
girls greeted this decision. 9:45 at the Brown House, Prof. Guil-
The maneuvers of both companies liams stating that the exercises at the
were under the supervision of Major college will be concluded by 8:80
W.L. Floyd, o'clock.
In the evening a large audience GREATLY ALARMED
greeted the sophomore class, the -- -
members of which delivered some ex- By a Persistent Cough, but Perma-
oellont and eloquent orations. nently Cured by Chamberlain's
At 4 o'clock this afternoon there Cough.Remedy.
will be an individual prize drill among Mr. H. P. Burbage, a student at law
theoadets for a handsome silver cup, in Greenville, S. 0., had been troubled
presented by the commissiioned officers for four or five years with a continut-
of the corps. This contest promises to oscough which he says, "greatly
be an enthusiastic and close one, as alarmed mne, causing me to fear that I '
all adets are manifesting a deep It- was in the first stage of consumption."
terest in the matter. There will 'ilso Mr. Burbage, having seen Chamber-
be exhibition company drills, which lain's Coogh Re.medy advertised, con-
are destined to be very interesting, eluded to try it. Now read what he
At half-past 8 o'clock this evening at says of it: "I soon felt a remarkable
the Seminary Hail, the Junior class change and after using two bottles of
will entertain their frelonds with ora.. the twety-five cent size, was l era-
tions. nently cured." Sold by all druggists
t ena. Rand medicine companies.
Schubert's orchestra )has been en-
gaged by Superintendeit. Guilliams. CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
They arrived yesterday,, and will fur- .. .... .. ....
Snish muso at all fostlvitles durnrtnthe Atlantic Coast Line Offers an Excep-
remainder of commencement week. tonal Srvice to Savannah.
Too Great a Rik,. Taking effect Sunday, the Atlantic
In almost every neighborhood some- Ooast Line Inaugurated a new and con-
one has died from an attack of colio or vntlent schedule, The service now
cholera morbus, often before medloine opened by this line will prove a great
could be procured or a plilsetan sum- I convenience and be greatly appreciated
moned. A reliable remedy for thoes by the traveling public. The inaugur-
diseases should be kept at hand, The o w, f i leaving here
rik Is too great for' any one to tAk uticofanowfaot train, aving here
hamberlain s ell, Cholera fifd at 11;:40 a. m. and arriving at 0:30 ..
Diarrhoea Remedy has undoubtedly m., making close connection for Al-
saved the lives of more people and re- bany, Brunswick, Montgomery, At.
lieve I more pau in and suToring than lantt and other points east and west,
ays be depended twpon. For sale by will prove a great help to the travel.
&l druggists and medloine companies. Ing Ipublic. Other changes are as fol.
lows: Leave 2:240 p. m. for Jacekso)n-
#ccldeotwiiy sh"t H4s wife.
,il.ton. .. ,May i.e~W ife H. v, ille, 12:87 p. m. or Tampa, ,:40 p. in.,
In laioru l, g'ni ran l ktnau~g- or thl for High Springs, B:26 p. m. for Mica-
P r. ilvhs lu tt.unther '(*unip,; y, at Pniactu tll. nOpy. .................. ... ... ...
Gi.., wala cl'tlung 11. !klstol, it w ad e. Children in Peril.
e'tentalIly i~t.'hartvl. th O hball et k, Some of the most anxious hours of a
nar hits wiho uh the j armI, InflllditI a mother's lite are those when thw little
pa1nhIl wound. A. i Mrs. Vol ,oio^ hav'etho, rotup. Foley's Honey
Ila :IOttt for Auwi-na. where they will ter--a safo and effeotivo remedy
S rIaa-unttut v: T tin. -ulo l fuy r that n ever fails. "Ay boy would have
ers from the U .\wid., which is not r h tled rominaembraueousoroup itihad
gardld is tertlou:. not been for Fuley's Honey And Tar,"
W rites C.\ W.Lnch of Winchester, lintd,
Greenwood Sink Suspends. Stold by W. O, ..tlce's drug store,
olumt a.. C., May 24,-,-The City ... ..
DB.ak of Greenwood, with a capital Courtnartlai Acquits Hartman
took o f $0,000. suspMendd paMMient Manila. lMay S.--Tl'e veet in tie.
Wetdnefay. The newn w* as a a ourtmartsLot aptain Carl V. Hlrt
toundin. m It was unexpected. Not mann. of tthe st"a Ot1 i Ochar"e wiub
i. te 4r co' .it were aware of th enbessiteent inlat prop*t.
Sebvreemt nt 'n I_ i. a l*ul ea4 kopom.e al *


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Ofbrat Very Low RMates on Fpole lnXateS
.'lnhlit fl'1eta o California, tftab,
N raito. Ore ot. Wablnt.oa Montana.
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Worthy of LIBERAlITYyorPOLICYVONTRATS
Coufsderatlon PROMPT PAYMENT Or LOSSES.

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

CUSHMA N & HILL,
Information o4eerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
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Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 81, exe*Dit
Saturdaysefrom Gainesville. .. '.i
Train No. 84, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullmans sleepers betwee*,
Tamp a, Jacksonville and Neo York, via ItI hmond and Washington. V est.-
buled day eoachea between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Oafti
dining car service from Jacksonville
No aeaboard Mal, day coaches, mail, baggage and express ears be-
tween Jaksonville and Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleepers be.
tween Jacksonville and New York.
No. b .connectsat Starkefor LaCrosse, Alachua, Willeford, Wannee and
intermediate points and at Arpner with Early Bird branch.
Nos. H6 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana.i-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdaysv..
and Thursdays, 11 p. m.
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PROVWNOch, and A41 Eastern Points,
1l0l at Charleston both ways.

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S orthbound........ ...... m Foot of Catherine st., Jacksonville

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toping at Palatka Astor,t. ranel. Beresford (DeLand). and Intermediate
Landings oni St. Johns River


teamer r. r CI OF JACKSONVILLE
Is appointed to ail as fohows:
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SEaxforud o:80 a. mas Mondays, Wtednesdayi and Fridays.

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1oquest His Name
Retired List.


t.ITARY PROMOTIONS

!N. Bradshaw to be Col-
h H Second Regiment, and
$Frank X. Schuller Promoted
or of the First Battalion.
ienty-five years of consecu-
lee in the Florida militia,
Rg E. Webster, commanding
4dRegiment, F. S. T., has been
the retired list. General
H 12, issued from the office of
'General Foster under date
1, is as follows:
cordance with the provisions of
-25 of the military code, Col-
ving E. Webster, 2nd Infantry,
is own request, placed upon the
list.
itary Record--Solonel Irving E.
ter enlisted in the Gainesville
s, an independent company of
la, at Gainesville, Florida, in July
'78, and was commissioned second
tenant of that company February
'1882. Promoted first ,lieutenant
tober 23, 1883. Promoted captain
igust 30, 18.8. Enlisted in the
orida State Troops, commissioned
ptain and assigned to the command
% Company A, 2nd Battalion, June
4, 1887 and served three years. Again
commissioned captain of the Gaines-
llle Guards, an independent company
of volunteer militia, in which position
ho served until November 10, 1891,
when he was again commissioned cap-
tAin in the Florida State Troops aiid
Saslsigned to command Company A,
Snd Battalion. Promoted major and
S signed to command of the Fourth
Battalion May 30, 1893. Commissioned
u..liettenant-colonel of lst Florida In-
fantry, tT tited States Volunteers,
May 19, 1808. Commissioned colonel
fe' FlJ f*d' TS-,.. tTl-^ T~- sP


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Mrs. E. B. Bradsbaw, of
Outhrie, Okla., cured of a severe
case by Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound.
A great many women sunffor with a
form of indlgestiou or dyspepsia which
does not se0em to yield to ordinary
medical treatment. While the symp-
toin ei.;n to be similar to those of
ord' na.ry indin'oestion, yet the inidi-
cines uiiriverally prevscribedt do not
seeni to rio:tore the paticjit'a normal
condition.
oMnrs. I.'nt1hei cltinms that there
Is a kind of dyspep:silt that is caused
by derumng '.ient of the female organ-
ism, and \'hichi, while it causes dis-
tarbance B'Muillar to ordinary infdiges-
tion, cannot bo relieved without a
medicine' \wich no.)t only acts as
stomach to;iec, but has peculiar uterine-
tonic effect as well.
Thousands of testlimonlal let-
ters prove beyond q-uestion that
nothing will relieve this distress-
ing condition so surely as Lydia
E. Ptlnkhan's Vegetable Com-
pound. It always works in har-
mouny with the female system.
Mrs.pPinkham advises alick
women free. Address Lynn, Maass.

SERIOUS QUESTION ARISES,
May Involve Validity of Hawalian Le't
Isolation.


i1IIrR, 1899 h lu.au s i Honolulu, May 25.-(By Pacific Ca'
i18, 1890.
Commissions have been issued ble to the Associated Prebs)-A serif
and utshe v question Involving the validlty ot
lowing named officers and they all legislation enacted In the HawaaI
signed as follows: lslands since 1900 has been brought
Brigade-Colonel Charles P. to light by the department of, public
Sto be brigadier-general, with work, Henry E, Cooper, who refuse
om May 18, 1903. to act on the regulations of the re.
Infantry-Lieutenant-Colonel cently adopted county government act
V. Sackett, to be colonel, with on the ground that the act was uncon
rom May 20, 1908; vice Lovell, stltutionAl.
ted. Major John S. Maxwell, to Cooper claims, that the aict is lval
tenant-colonel, with rank front 14 by the fact that the legislaturd' per
emitted' the use of the I*awtIIafi Ian-
, 190; ve Sackett, promoted guag during it delberatlons, which
n Frank J. Howatt, to be Cooper holds wis prohibited by con-
of the 1st Battalion, with rank gressin the territorial government act
lay 20, 1903; vice Maxwell, pro-
CHINEBS ATTACK AMERICANS.
r John N. Bradshaw, to be col-
with rank from May 20, 1903; United Stltes Consul at Hankow AAka
'ebster, retired. Captain Frank F ir OvGuboat.
iuller to be major of the 1st Tien Tain, vi4 San Flanclseo, May
ion with rank from May 20, 24-The American consul at ,Hankow
rice Bradhaw,p romo ted. telegraphed for a wgutoat on rielpt,
e Badhaw promoted. the report that a number of Atier'
World Wide Reputation, lan englners heloxz to then c
the's Cream Vermifuge haL 1:toninko" r rIlra ia.. ,n at
ed a world wide reputation a .b L a'"t e 4 'b"o ,..
the best of all worm destroyers, o ::
r its tonic tlninene on weak a **0 4.!le Mi loo. /
Ity child ren, ALtitneutr llitethe P ,M lMar e
or sourness of the stoiaIcb, itm tiJub 't ~ n a OW s
their digestioD, and saimUla* s of ls coloy
"food, strengthens their nei *IalsiTiis,'-: t aeioo,!t an: here iattn
and restores them to th tihe sef U t wi.th *s yndicia
, vigor and eolastipitp of s*irits it.lt. wl fuarutWl th.e Stn.s- tot hs
1 to childhood. 265o at Johnson .lo'Y. li i the second' Boer col
Sn '.- to be plnted in Metil. TiE
Sue.' will ocupy 83. 00 iros. TW.
STICE OOLMAN'S COURT. -yndlcate in ,Mnlexto.wll ting people
from Africa, let them have ImplemeontS,
James Arraigned Upon & Charge live stock and give them credit at tiei
of Aggravated Assault. lores.
bledl in Sutstice Colma,'s court Cripple Creek. Colo., May it$-^h
lored lad sailing under the llus- Fames Wipe Cut Town,
upo n a ucrge of aggravated town of Altmin, on top of rhull hl
^U01!%w alttost totLly destroyed t7 b ir
I The charge was preferred by itrtd early today In tlt Alt*
yd 0 another negro who Is W" hotel. The ftbrei*' ho w was ct
In court circles, who stated that ai t U te livei the' WSe w 0s ot' I
e upon him with a dangerous .idianr nsf.; The OI!pli Crek
niife. Jesse testifiedd, how re ,enrtft2nt respo"404 .a.d t1
at Floyd *Was the. agtreasor, flIam$o wer.f tanllyLc i'ctYe'b let
i he "flung a britk" t him, p sevseWl btmllditAni with drata,.e.
him in the jaw and breaking. "' R"
rckk Witnesses verified this t OOM I' Ii, es:
t, and the defendant was dio- I' shameful W ohen oi f
Sshow pro.,r reteet tfor old-. h o
J;lt th". .t'**l. TO,. ,tlie i.-i'Ju t, .4 .*o:t ("tfi#
Those Who Ltie on Frt ln New Life PIIIs Tbq ist oRIl
rel n Par", .ll., writes: "1i m dilhes nto mtattr.howr a j.rlrw
l fd B r aQ l's Sow .inlment; yi of aid a., Tlph,
d yf asd Fever, qonsi tic at i to e
| ommend it K my Irilti, a- Iper et Ptl. a. at all drugse es
iden.t there ta no bitter e .........
l y for burt." .Those who Fatal xaplIotlon o gStemer.-
n are speially liable to Qilue. que. May -The r ama

rves wre tv a
be kept po the howse for was tililgr I

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The NORTH and WLEST...
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iSTABLIS iEZP18*

Alachla County



Abstract Co,

B. R. COLSON, Manager,
I .,AINKlSVll. L, rLA.

S The question of Title a
first consideration for the
In vest'or...

Abstract of Title
To, ally phce of land in
SAliahuittcnqhint) firnlslhetl
on flppltal lotn.

TAXES IEliTU ElA)
AND PAIDl
And all matters eonceru-
Ing the rllenmption of un-n
alltleled tax certlllmites
attended to promptly.


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READ'S ODORLESS.
New lkslgnis In All Sixse.


PALMEIrs 1IAMMOCKS
A Full Assortinenit, luiiludlIlat
h Is Laitt lPatterns.


Take The Atlantic Coast Line WATER COOLERS,


FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
1v' Via vtia i
Dup It1on D on P & 0 Dai pont. or
f I I or Ias or sl stethiP Jk vl nd
Jaoi'n lle Jaokiionvlle U e Mon o
Rapid Transit, aud UnsurpNased Service


Time Table In effect May 24, 1903.
Depart.For U GA[NEOVILLF
8:40pm Hitgh HpSrings, Newberry and Intor-
. Daily mediate Polnto
12o pm Oala, Leesburg anhd Tampa, and
Da tIy Intermediate Points


AWrrvet ront

DIiiy
4 t40 ini
Daily


t225pmi Palatka, Daytona, Jacksonville. 1:45 6 p n
Dall 1 North, Easnt and West laily
i :40mxn H ij Sprisi!, Waycto$ Savannah, brunsiwick, 12' lOp n
Daily Albany, Atjsntta,. all )lnti North, IFa.t West DIaily
3;261pm i. :55 am
3:. 5 Rothelle, Micanopy and Cit rat
Dily Iily

DMll High 8pr(lns |(30v
ex. Bunday cx. Iudlay
InteroIbangoble Mhle gwo, Tiket, goodl over 18J(X%) miles of among thlt ptri,.
aolpa&Imllway$in thu southern Steate, are on sale by the principal agents.
tm'o tl Pllman Iir01 ePort Iamps to Netw York, via Atlantiu Coast
ine; alovIa Atlantle (C(,*4 Line and Joutlheern tRalway.
i or i complete information, all on ,
S J. A. GOODWIN, Ticket Agent, Gainesvllle.
ltANK O. BOYLTTON, (Coo' Agt. W. 1). STARK, Trv. Pos'as. Agt .
S188 W. ny t Atior Bnliding kJacklovllle, VFla.
I M. mt ,Trf gr, A. J OR AO, On. Panss Ag.,,
il lmton. N.:0. Wiimington, N. tL.
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One tear.
iMaigle opiles


FREEZERS, and All
Spring and Summer
Specialties.

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Gainesville Machine Works
GE N It Al MI.l I. AKb0
MACIIiNEI1Y UEPAIRS.
COn turn iand straighten whole longthI
of Phnfling itald I'i ln-outting
tlp t0) 1 i2 oi t'N.

COTirON (UN Id3PAIRINO
A Si'';.C AT/rY
P. H. WESTGAARD,.Prop. ad Mgly

J.ulN I VI.., I'O't V J i t. IVurrr'I tits., MiarI


THN SUCC!55 ICE CO.(,


NEW PROCESS REGELED ICE
((ompprewad)


"Vf 4- VLrt lfMIgAt d4ltVeWry R 4 ll1 i #Artii of cll.
tINiv nw y w asi s 1rs ti itliry, i) tvera byr n U
if ottwiwl will rMtnts It I'okw'f sti P 1t 9oR
J Os"i ts K (Watl koaf ant rl svo tlotod ll. I


KOi)AKS and


... .... .,. KMODAK SUPPLIES.


A haaid-soone'ly illlimratsi magasi(tn'
devoted spoeatlly to tole nt arets o#f
the fruit and v-,egtabhi grusw'rre of
Florida. y.
A -vwtcihlj trial salNMeriptUn. of six
untfi< wiltl h1int olt on r:ci pt ot ( 4
cents Stiamps laMs w.

WMK ANDERSON,

connnor for EItrCaI tWIrMg,


SEleKietrie Light Wiring a speelaity
All work guaranteed in !,oriirrie
with the O st beate rl TariTO An'io.
. LtiWeav der tst Walt.' (telf!sitors,
or Thomis'* iisd4wre arid etdo dlts!op,
OGanIMil., Yl.


S. :T.ALLEN, UM OP. h.' ,

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lNiay.,


Just receiv*l an 1an!irtruient lEiut-
srnsi Korsak, i Filttis and ttlothoir upplle,.
)e.vcloping firms at rouanrtiHob prioew

BICYCLES AND SUPPLIES.


t21 W ,,Ma.n i N.


The STANDARD
GUARANTEElsnd TRUST

COMPANY
Will stop yourtl rtait inld tloy
71ou 5 ho1n*. Q Ierforutausnta
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Seprt and Oogrosa a
-ured' to take remedial steps.
afl eti u toe issapp.oe si. x G ts.: ,The United States is to hAvre a stand-
pta ,aAl teoro i'l s purity milk a food milk produro-
Sai iot is, W ork on the others is now ina herto un-!

v.",'n1 -" eventually tho United StateArc wil, l have





.o. p r "u . 1 o wightand ma.ures. This tnd
B low-ow s 484 j titi w ith the .i .r chem -
._ W___ _of .he week. ocal, tate s of the country to prcaed by can
e ilUbe maild. postal e free y a pa of the pure food ase, but has
,rt:erin he- make public such a. standard fo' the
at oi the Upnited pate Statesn or defeated by the varou friends tat taduhe
A l dbrt anbibecome due aonther $r t because of the colegilauntry Alread three t







tpnA' P6.r0es.not known to $ i l war its enactment cecurd.
t 4r G'reavtst for Aive weeks- sections of this standard have been e
.prepared and are reay for promugWare.










r V sin c weey neded tat f act that less than 10 per cent 10 a
Soo a tion. They refer to meen thous and
oel umn we a ft ic) sh. 4o d.
0eekng by every vme ans asde, known duct and spices and condiments.
ti.Work on the others is now in han-dand, 1
d eeeventually thhe elation United States will have 5 ,
oa citin is an eiirlitmvale,

t Ihabeenfurni per, publis treatment a purity standard invulnerable its iomi
Sthe cThursday, and continue Tulloc the of weight and measures. This stand-
Sohrgf the week. local, state and at en ard will has long been advocated by chations
60h3 ead wllebe.malled. postage free to ay pter Some of the pure foodin the, buon ofas











erflee aert that orle8 the brakes are $
0 Oia teriro Uted Statesor Canada for.0 been defeated by the friends f adul-ppled the
Stur speech nothngbutword terations, etc., in Congress, and olyf the
: mat'ldortising bilis become due bli after rs becase the legislation was spre-rrepti-
pared to beleadvertsement, unlessotherwise hd sly internment i goin appropriation
ftipUlted to mecnraot, Partiesot known to bill was its enactment secured.
pubis w a a be required to pay for dvertihat hi pending wi in ad-rated. This work
vaaoe. Address. \'l1lE DAILY SUN, Some remarkable figures regarding t
GAINVrgewereMt F. pension applications, have been prou-
Spr red by Pension Commissioner Ware. t
These show that over 22 per cent of
announced that n ay n n w the men enlisting for service in tllye














(From Our Rular orresponaen Spanish war have filed applications for
Washington, ay 23. If fur- pensions and this, notwithstanding the
their o evidence were needed that fact that less than 10 per cent saw
Sineoureperforfena o work, w ahich atual service. Thirteen thousand













diPostmastely begin prosecution to ncove r a faction i te Cuban Cogres which
seeking by every means at his o bpensioe that both een allowed thus far,
iand th pprevent the re velation'so f cor- 18,185 applications have b een rejectedn
ruption in the Postoflce Department, and 34,210 claims are still pending.
it has been furnished by his treatment thew applications are, moreoverading to coming
of the charges of ceymour Tulloch, in daily by the hundred and it is esti-
wi formerly [cashter of the Washington mated that before the close of the fls-
ciiety postelce. Wien Tuiloch's cal year fifty per cent of the men so v

the special request of the Postmaster Some of the qu perts in the pension of-
Oenerpl, were received Mr. Payne flie assert that unless the brakes are e
S characterized them as "hot will b a speedily ad effectually applied theo
t ump speech," "nothingsbut words," coat of pensioni growing out of the
c ue t king the verdict ept of the Post- Spaih war will exceed thet fo tune
master General the public was pro. watr of '60-'64.
1 pared to believe that Mr. Tulloch had du r ing the occupation by the Unite
faoed to make good his charges. Then, itspreprations fo be e he establishment
In defense of hi' position, Tulloah of a naval base at Guantanamo with
mad e public ral immediately and the every confidence that the treaty now
























K oo.adeon to dipi ahrge an employee who did noth wtt, them and now cubB
public was amazed to find that his spending will be ratified. This work
c charged hargeo whio h he could not proceeds withe te anction of tlaime Cu
an tnwere accompa toed by bundane eet ban government, which is taken to












retail. Later the Postmaster General augur the ultimate gruccess of the
announced that in any instance where treaty, although it may not be finally
S he could asered al that ftlleged oei- ratified before next year, possibly not
ploresof th departmon thad enjoyed d until after the ban reiprocityele
a sinecure, performing no work, which treaty goes into effect. The question













Tulloc alleged But it is admitted thatof i only sovbrtig ty over til. oala Pof altka
sthane removal of the Potmater wo e ke has no and beo the prvolved ssived thowres
delay begin prose the ion preo rcovn her are dfut on istr eating thiCongres wery bi
the salaries paid, \Vhiho on its atgo believe-s that both subjects should be
this appeared tu bo an expression of treated ill one convention. Meinu-
grehas so svirtuediously rted, t hat while, the surveys of the ay nd ie should
at the .aliouicnnit which! Ihey sayh the chnnlliels leading to (luantanamo A
will meani the absolute eh lsiug of evclry h6r1or are being eOipietei ,
a eroliu of i tforitiol tt 1:1ght.-havo ieot question of the disposition othif
reimal ed opei to tluinu. it will be re- s o otd. ance which belonged toIr










called that when Mr. Payno renovd Spain, but was tiot removed from d C-
Machen, a step which tho inspectors ball forts, is occasioning some trouble
looked to ias absolutely essential, be- to the State and War departments.


B According to a mumor whih wll .oue action should b tlkrn at once.
S be presented to tle "Presidlnt on his A prograii of texeris.a should also be
turn from tho West thirty-three. arranged, and altogether the day
troustlare squeeing the life out of an Iahould be ittingly celebrated in
i_ Important industry, the uitnufacture taliuevil'li.
l^,!: t' o agricultural machinery. Thire is, --- --
i. seems, onl) agricultural machinery State of Ohio. City of Toledo, .
trust which, because it minies the ore rloas County.
Sand provides thle rmw materials frol Flrank J. Cheney makes oath that he
whoh itmkes its produts, i io)de- is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
tdent of the trusts and it inakes i) (he tuy & Co., doing business il the
t: oono the agricultural machinery titl of Toledo, Counltty and State atore-
tr the toouftry. The rianing it r d ad that said tiin will pay One
o the couin by The remaious indn ut 1 lundred Dollars for each and every
cent. I. mstde by various indopendoult
ab"ipates and these are tli Pre sid- ease of Catarrh that. aunot be ured
t:s,! petit~oue, The list ,Otf thirty- by the use of Hail's Catarrh Cure.
pM4e petitoners. The list of thirty- i)1''IA .a I
tooi trt to which 'worn to before me antd subscribed
e.. t Wanuftaoturers olaiu thiy nut hi ny p rsenott this fifth day of De-
:pitay trlbutO ,6 it too loing for rpn>)- cemiblr, A. D. 186.
SWi"'i o he The Petitoners cla ,..... ,' A Notary Public,.
:I.' hatthele trtties batve put the price IA.A Notary Public,
ob evVrYthiu thaley have to buy, "ar- --
tr'' ily tau rily,* until they Hall's Catrrh Oure is taken intern-
Mvbson ( ere errand boys" ally, and aots direety on the blood and
Sith Th ay this noons surface o the system
Is~isJ e ofh for tostinmo.niabi fte o
-4 6 Pso Solh by all D m u1s T
%i' "'''' '* Wf m ?B |(n ^f^^ ^ 'ff * ; '^ aA tai~v~~t ttt fw k'" *
.^^"''. 1''". -'***'*r.5^*l'-' ''^.fil*A.* I*** .. *^ ^ ^ 1 B ^ w l~ ~ f m lc < I * .


Pr-epsept Roolvelt welu not im'k
rt t ltrylng of, the coreolf, stop n o
inat a(t'sB new capitol. :o ,e.
Sr8,4ati ezeBMnn0 MWilk O feb tlw, Id


lorsemeu ord1%s cidddiof ]llole



Postfalditiei r :/Gene[ l Pa. ae, liau c .so
*epted the resigUation of :li cdth tli<
Tennessee carrier. Paywl wil notk
ibol1sh the route.

Abusive letters are being recetted
by Count Ca.sini, the RusSian amnbasf
ador at Washl4ngton, because oY hi
Xtateeli t regarding the Jewtol
Governor Beakham. of Kentucky, ha
lent troops to Jackson to gaard* the
court whlle the grand jury is invest.
gating the Marcum assassination.
The riots In Agrane, Hungary, cona

tlnue. It is said that 38 rebelB wew
hanged and 40 shot in one day.
The situation in the Balkan. appedirt
to be critical. The Albanians rnit


in many Turkish provnce route.
Gould Not in the Dea.n
New York, May 25.--George J. Gould
na an Interview here denied that is
was saecretly..interested in a protest
tt reachmet regarding the Paciic coast by a lli
rom salt .ake City. Mr. Gould althe
uaid he had not a dollar Invevestd
any railroad project west of Ogden.

Thurdered Girl's Body Pound.r .

Ounlford, Ind., May 25.-The (body
if Mi 'I RoIs Kaiser, of an38 ebhester
was found In Tanner' creek today;
her skuU had been crusthe ed and her

oe tbruased and gashed. Her fath.
r i ll n a critical. coThe Al ion frefom
tLh attache refo trmhe unkplanown the o




Do nut gripe nor Irritate the alimen-
r. Th e spirit of rebellion I yetro










promptly, cleanao effectually and.
ro Salt ake City.m fr. Gouldalso

Sold by all d ollgg ar i. 2 vcesta
Sold by all druggists. 26 cepts.


ONRONI ODOREW


There is nothing so replsiveo looking anddisgustng,, oder
You wrry.o%)ver it till the 1=4 grows weary andi work with *t imt.l. t
patience is exhausted, uidfthe very sightof theoldfestering, sickiyokingd
place makes yott'irritable, despondent and desperate.
Chronic sore is the very best evidence that your blood is in an unhealthy
and impovertishedconditiop, th your constitution is breaking down under
the effects of sone seriouswdisopr&r. .he taking of strong medicines, ike

pair .the general system that the merest scratch or ru-ise results i oa t
non-healing sores of the most offensive character. ,
Often aninheritedt.ntbreaksBout in frightful eating sores upon the linm
or face in old age or middle life. Whenever a sore refuses to Jeal the blog
is always at fault, rnd while antiseptic washes, salves, soaps and poder
can domuc to keep own the infammation and cleanse the soreit ill
never heal permanently till the blood itself has been purified' and the deadly
germs and poisons destroyed, and with S. S. S. this can be accomplished-the
Lpolluted blood is purified and invigorated, and when, '
rich,pure blood is again circulating freely throughout
the body the flesh around the old-sore begins to take
on a natural color, the discharge o matter ceases
and the place heals over.
S. S. is both a blood purifier and tonic that puts your blood in order
and at the same time tones up the system and builds up the general health.
If you have a chronic sore write us. No charge for medical advice. !
TME SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, A TLW ITA, GA



Florida Eas t Coast Ry.

LOCAL TIl1E CARD No. 48. In Effect April 11, 1903.


SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN.


No 99 No.29
Daily. IDaily.


S
22
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5 00 p
:ssp


9 40a
9 SSa
10 s6 a
11 S8a
11 42a


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Lv.......3oksnviie........ .Ai


t............... Jacksotine...............A
.................. soJacksonvills..............Lv
Ss A ings....................
...................... Ha ling............ ......
... ..... .... E Palatka ..... ...............


1 p 1 10pAr.................Pa. la k ................ Lv
S N 11 s ......... ...... ato.... ........... ,Ar


NORTHBOUNP -W4EAD UP.


Nealy. aoly.
Dally. DvI Yal.


7 07
6.00


4 LO
t> 26a


Atr ...:............ian ateo .................. Lv .
Ly......... ... an Mateo ................. Ar 6 0
tL.................. o .... ....... ......Lv 4 0
..................... Bunnell@a.......... ...... 4 06
..................Dupont.......... .... ....... 8 6
.................Ormond.................... 11 20
...................Daytona .................... 8 17
...................Port Orange................... 06
...............New yra.................. 45
...................Oak Hill..................... 2 14
.................... Titusville .................... 1 84
...................... oa...... ......... 12 6
....................Rockledge................: 12 48
...................Rau Gallle .................... 115
....................Melbourne................ 1200
.................... Sebastian ................... 11 01
................ St. Lule.................... 10
.......... ...... Ft. Pierce................... 10 l
......................Tibbals...........
.... ...... .......... den ....................... 9 8
....... .......... Jensen .................... 9 92
.....S................ tuart...................... 9 4
................ obe ound .................... 8 t
.....4............. Westaupitera.................. 0 21


S 4 Sa 4p ...... .....w Plam eao n ...........
A s l p ................. ... elray ........ ...............
9 e0 1a p ..... ... .. t. ude,City .... ............
.a landale....................
and all Skin Diseas cured b 7 00 ArA,,....... ....., am ".....................Lv
S. .... 80HADITIlS OP BRANCH LIINEt
BANK ER SALVE BAll'QRD BRANCH. ORAWGI CI
rhe most heali alve la the w r)*. r .11m. o i ly No.31 No.
The cosst".lij tlt*k TO.UIL" a ..- ...i. iyoo1Lv N 8
Oo. L,1ard I.F Towr wrI t t i ..o..... Arit a t 10 a ,v.N Lak.
,atir b'dy. Usd st 0 i or ore u 5b ar.aa
ihy"clane gor wUiO f ". e t l el pot *1-p lAr...... Sanford ........ Lvml 00 a 50 1t45 a Ar..Or. ('
iBANN as ER 1'y aiO flTy XA.POT BRANOH.
urig na h i m ld itl t for. tt i hi . ... -a ii... ..a
norsgoodthanaayautq glh0avdtioaenf t a,'u' t vl 100 f 9p| B .a L. ........Jaok s onvlll ...... ......


GUARANTEED PM4o. 2B OSetg
Sold by W. 1.. WiaOtA Drug Store.


Planters and Growers of Long

Staple Sea Island Cotton will f

it to their interest to commune

cate with THE CAEON

BARKLEY Y-EPANY Charles.


ton, S. C.


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Haow U) & .4ir


ItWASn
Opposite (


Si tuated on I
Southwestern n
north of the towi
est saiphur ia
mtiism, Ksidne
Fine flshiug8 I

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to 1


10.0 I
rr asi


.the JaQkoiville and

isfAalau*a. Strong-

aU temposh trouble.


1-Itl O !e p B a lV.... So., Jaroks nvilleO .....lv .......
L pX l0IS tip 90 aL........abloBeach .. L ....
pt0 oas p aI 0 t ...... .Atlntic Bc .......Lv ......
p 11066 O P l9 0a A., Ar...... Mayport .. .......Lv .......
...10. .'.. .


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60p so$*
5 39p 74 5
10 p 72 '
t p 7 1 a
3.
Tie BRANCH.
oN. 0No. N,4
.OM |I DIPly Daily
a..Ar p 10 p
HeMen .At 19 6:A p
go City.ArtJ 41 p 4 p
hNo tNo 20
D I'8 Sun. No.
Only. Dally.
7 45 a 19 30p 9 50
7 T87a 12 22p p
7 a 11 bOa 60p
7 ita 11 46a ClOD
04a 1180 a 4 p


* Thes T1im4 6Tab 40ShoW the time at which train as may be ex-ected to arrive and depart
from the bverel StltoitS but their arrival or departure a tl times started is not guarateed,
or Ute oW mpat y hold Itself responaible for any delay or any consequence arising there-


'KY WEST AND HAVANA.
t PEN8i AR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP .CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
Ia Elfot April 1$, 1903.


SK i i n r..r........ ....... a p vla avana e ,m., ....... .... 8o a
ilh ,,........ ,. A p I v Key W.. f,, .at. .... a
SaM a... .... x Ar Miami Tues .. ................ .
o'tepry6 6fO e to mo" o other I information hald."es any Agent.
1bb2AJAAW sat 6 G5 *n*.* A Snt., ST. AUGTQ I"r., '"A.
SNOT--In0oder to makeoonnectlon at Oravge City Junction wlt4 Atlantic Coast Line
"Train No0. 35. the trains epernted on the Oraire Cit, branch known aa No&s 8 and 4 will run on,
the followIM esobhdul1e obmefeitn May 4If4O.S: I"
No. -lve New Smyrna'.......,0 No, 4-Leave Qraner City June's...4 SBpm
Arrive OraBrlle ty .........4 pm Leave sOrane City..........44p
Arrive range City ut o 0o Arrie New Smyrna.......6 o0tpm



LJM N OLN EDTLIX E

Regulates the Liver, Stomach, Bowels and Kidneys.
For biliousness, constipation and malaria.
For Indigestion, sick and nervous headache.
For sleepleasness, nervousness, heart failure, and nervous prostration.
For fever, chills, debility and kidney diseases take Lemon Elixir.
Ladies, for natural and thorough organic regulation, take Lemon Elixir
SiO cent and $1.i0 a bottles at druggists.
Prepared only by Dr. H. Mozley, Atlanta, Ga.


GRATITUDE.
-Dr. H. Mouley--Dear Sir: S[ine using your Loorn Elixir I have. never had
another attack of tho#o fearful sick headaches, and thank God that I have at
last found a medicine that will cure those awful spells.
Purkerburg, W. Va. MRS. ETTA W. ONES. '


HF. Dr.D O TTO:w& OO.


and se ra s

owt@nes to mosteass e W o r
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l MELONS

FROM ROCHELLE


shiett1eworth Claims Dis-
n of Shipping First Car.

WENT BY EXPRESS

ent Comprised Four Hundred
tes of Well Developed Fruit, and
e First Solid Oarliad of Canta-
pes This Season.
iohua county will secure the
it for the first solid carload of can-
upes shipped from the State this
hn; W. P. Shettleworth, one of
most extensive growers in this seo-
will enjoy the distinction, and
I Southern Express Company enjoy-
d the profit of (reight.
The car consisted of four hundred
crates of well developed, finely flavor-
ed cantaloupes, which will more than
likely bring good returns in the East-
ern markets, where they wore con-
signed.
Notwithstanding that announcement
was made that the first car would move
from Ocala, and the consignee would be
Ia trucker by the name of MeDuffy, this
Shipment failed. A shipment of one
hundred crates was made, however,
and MeDuffy would have cut the en-
tire carload shipment had he not been
advised that the fruit was too green,
* and that it would be advisable to wait
a few days. This gave Shettleworth
the distinction of the first ear,
It is believed that the movements in
carload lots will begin about the let
prox., and will be rapid and heavy un-
tilthe crop is exhausted, which will
be about July 15.
A Physician Healed.
Dr. Geo. Ewing, a practicing physican
of Smith's Grove, Ky., for over thirty
years, writes his personal experience
with Foley's Kidney Cure: "For years
I had been greatly bothered with kid-
ney and bladder trouble and enlarged
prostate gland." I used everything
kown to the profession without relief,
until I commenced to use Foley's Kid-
ney Cure. After taking three bottles
I was entirely relieved and cured. I
prescribe it now daily in my practice
a.lnd heartily recommend its use to all
ysicians for such troubles. I have
described it in hundreds of cases with
rfect success." Sold by W. C. Wal-
p's drug store.
WORTHINGTON NOTES.
sny Visitors Are Sojourning at This
Favorite Resort.
orthington, May 23.-The river Is
Ie more in itsbanks.
he farmers of this section are in
e pursuit of the grass that the "re-
t rains caused to grow so fast.
*sh are very plentiful in the river
essrs. Hilleary and George are the
pion fishermen. They keep the,
i supplied with bass, trout and
nm _
1ss Pet Wells spent Thuriday night
he village of Hague.
r. Hilleary has purchased a pair of
ous Ryan stock dogs, while Mr. J,


he young folkl had a social hop at
x's Hall last evening.
)Mr. and:Mrr. Bissy of lake Weir
ie guests at the hotel Thoiroday
t. They came to visit the forms -
[ttE father,3oe Bisy -
Kr. and lMrs. Allen returned home
uordai from visiting relaitve st


ev. J. B. Holley of G(ainesvtlle and
. Hilleary:and son, Bert, of BIZv-
L returned to their respeotive
kst this morning feelin g greatly
flKtt by their stay here.
RB.; George of Montbrook will stay
weeks longer, when he will leave
''for ThomnaWille, Ga., to enter
Aey'a Busianes College.
itor J. B. Cline of Providente wa
it at thelbotel list night.
l barbecue mand picnic is on the
the near future with Hon. fR.
rto as orator of the day. :Hutrhb
l Bob for governort *d ltHarry
ry for Congrea. Ala4hos 1
Be Congress tm .
Not a S tck Day Sin '.
wai taken very sick. wlihkMne0is.
SI tried all sort ofn6Wed.ii4os,
Which relieved me. '.OQe.dl lI.
ad. of yoJur Electric Bitearad
iied to try taSt. After' $Aiug a
!isse I fellt r tlieHs40d. md
sewer wa eirely iurlt ea
a s idek day tiClAue, Ib. *gib :'

NbW'i." yts b
aUt 1' lVf*MQHl.* 0 ,P "'l*


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on"* r--' -*s t'a ia
on M t akre- fIIIfe Is -cup.,Vt
lion lJA by agitating.tle j


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;'' ^ OM tiS.oP~aURNED.,
tailroad Sustains LOsS of $750,000 at
Portsmouth
Norfolk, Va., May 245.-Thy- Seaboard
Air Aine railway shops, mnluor offices
and warehoustes on the outskirts of
Portsmouth were practically destroy -
edi by fire, -which broke out shortly
after 10 o'clock last night.
As near as can be estimated at thils
time the monetary loss will foot up to,
$760,000.
James Herold, a machinist, residing
in Cottage place. rushed inta the
wrecking shed when the blaze was at
jts height.,
A burlnng timber fell upon his shoul-
der, bearing him to the floor. The
fire brand lay across his body, setting
his raimeut on fire. When several
men risked their own lives to save the
machinist and succeeded in palling


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Matl iis k Pianos

NOTIE FOR S WEETI'NEISS AND PURlM
SV OF TON'E, 1NOWEI AND
IIURAAiI.ITY.

iesiL plauno for thiL trvin olttnlate, stautli
tlune losehur tlin othvris, onstxruotod ot
e1st usttom'lialst, inul nioa ortfluo
woinluaiuwtli ttp to datte in every
ditull ian11 Un-.
S by s oti ous ford.
Hohl by usoo ltiouUOuly for


OVER THIRTY -TWO YEARS
without a single failure. It you
want a piano for a llfetime's
service buty the


him out into the open air, thhe uufor-s
tunate mwan was more dead than alive. WHITES CREAM
A machinist named Penrtse is re- I
ported, tq have been serio.iy burned V\ tJ t VX qul U
while attempting to recover his tools.)ts
H. Burpee. a painter, was seriously, oed all re m aloes
though not fatally cut about the head. 'rs1fo L"E a.l Ye NrmosMLI .
by flying glass. AMI$ rBALLARD*t.LOW
Three hundred iiwen will be thrown AM S F BALARD
out werMg shed, the stationeryFor Sale by Johnson Bros., Gainesville
w arehouse, the paint and oil houm e, of- .. .. . . .........' .... .. .......... ... ...... ... ..... .
flee building of the superintendent of
thle woodwork, a large brick building
used for the reception of paaw engeLL
and sle4epi!ng cars, In which was located
the painting shop, the carpenters and
ca'blnet makers' shops, 610 or more
box ears and 18 passenger coache,
were destroyed. A great deal of the
yard trackage also was deatroyed4 The
origin of the fire is not known.
Disastrous Wrecks.
Carelessness is responsible for many Oainesville, Flr ida
a railway wreck and the same causes
are making human wrecks of sufferers
fromThroatandLung Troules. But Men W e W ant to Talk To.
since the advent of Dr. ..King's New
Disoovery for Consumption. Coughs We believe that (f 'elcri nut in i (Weahi'lh, t was a clothingg erper'-
and Colds, even the worse cases can be
cured, and hopeless resignation is no / e ecry man i nG'te, tvill ArMepU' V t ei(, lu. factit #he ea(-h od
longer necessary. Mrs. Loig Cragg of every man in G(.otie'rille irt'lrf come straight to us fri a/ll ris c/othinig.
Dorchester, Mass., is one of ,rthe many ach weck we t ,ill iish a little urumeint on this atct. I
whose life was saved by Dr. King's /
New Discovery. This grand remedy is week's aryumetnf t is dirf(te
guaranteed for all Throat and Lung
diseases by all druggist. Price 50. TO TH MAN WHOS SOMETHING OF
and $1.00. Trial bottles free. TO THE MAN WHO'S SOMETHING OF
De(efe3s vsL t enminary. AN EXPERT ON DRESS.
Nashville, Tenn., May 25.-Thore
no session of the general assembly W\hy art tlih boat-drest'sd tinen
of the Cumberland Presbyterlan church in or patrons?
held today which was set aside fdr a
visit to the Theological seminary at Why do exports on tidros inva-
JLebenon and & large number of the rinbly buy I rin is.'
sommisaloners took advantage of the
"trip. The stay athome ae spending The il atuswr is lobviious--i.lthey
the day in tal king l the points o I know whit they wfat. in cloth.
lth 'it l "ing -- ald t:l heir diarimiiall rtialn
!toftel d"U thth tknw h avt itin
'r Ltv re t'r I Itt LIei r.




rena Is la spleoUdi health. He will *, ,ci 1.ff A. f.i f, ( hi l el-
cocduct.a cllutl this ati oo and ,re ,/,C 're, a fruae tii,. ai/net..-
nearly 500 cripp1e 1a hla from- the h. ,. to n'fci d ,'a ,-
murre s cotpary' $i 1o e*oSt to .'a'dh', hind/'Idn u+dlJ or a'e retth'd e,


Farming Implemeni

Nalls, Iron, Wire, Pipe, Fit-
t;ngs, Belting, Packing,etc.

Itought in Car l.oWt. ht li Ist a
qumaltity.

(jet On1 of Our CataltOrseuw

Baird Hardware Ci
S(IAINEV1.VLLE, F LA.


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WANTED I

ALIGATORI SKmINi
HI I DES,

WAX.

WOOL,
FURS.
Highest Market Pricos Paid.

D. -=irkIland

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MAX KRA USS,
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bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until the liver
creates etmough bile to Make the Int stinest
xecute their natural functions. Unnat-
ural agitation caused by cathartics, compels f
ontinual "and increasing doses to
tta.o the results. .
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For Sale by Johnson Bros.. Gainesville
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Matlathulhe I. T
lrloein as low as Is oomnlotant with quality
Untih or .on niv tlxYi, t erns i o Ia t itn y'
tritl, W ipay frrlihti. Write
for tirlto t'( ToiA Y


Ludden & Bates

Southern Music House,
SAVANNAH, (GA.
JOHN D. MURPHY, Mgr.
ESTAIll.IMiI, INTO


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One Centa Word.
Adverisntain or tesn words t or ph ats
this head Inaeried for One Cen% a voW eai
In advance, eso Ihertion.
Please answer .iv4*rUseent,4a I s t ,,i
In the adverttsewuiit..
SThe o ieo aignemi with intitals wU b rI bb.
IT' r names winl t. bo ivtvn t0 Sqo ial t l,:

DO YOU want a- seowtne shiue? I thoda ot
bty Uir itl you hivo Hen iWtk. 1 0ta 1 l e,.l',i**
noney. I keop on hand bbest sma..i.l
needless ttwohuteon- aiitlA xand turor< COO
of ma;Vhinle Oi1 nOlid e tw Wv
olanite. SooSond-hbant sobMIa tAye,, ?
prloe., Cll on or tddreir C WTW._ T
atrent b1e Stiwor Mt Ot,, P.O. Box l1
OuTinesville, Fhl. 4-7dtw if
-iLP WA-TEi -EALW.
WANTlD Mon tO oirn btiarbiwtr trilde. YeOr "
saved. Thoroustly s.ystoiuttid.tcO oneu tll. '
eMtlSl(thitl I Kxi. irtuehos. thtstgmo, at. rg
l~m? Sie i sellV ll'ol-w.t, tnulhaw lnllutoealue 1
to illstuntl tiioll iAnt,- itto v .soliOln l
"I'IININ .
!n aTookl s v t o;la to ac ittsg

lie YOU wilt int, mi-tOt louw lotI ) >rintinic
Tuli rliltN o'the hiW ttO blot it.


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V, I 1, o,,tV tdhe *"autt 7 of a little: courage,
^pF^y day wseROOto their grsoea a nunV-
taveber o0f ob uCurr.-en who hiave n0y re
iu twalned ob scure because their timidity
000 Is t14 s p prevented theiU from making a dirast
( 'i*'$ effort li d who, 'if they could have been.
tt e induced to *bhfgi, wi'ould In all proba-
''O it t fratis ability have go`o great length 1i the
Se0iii'6at o V career of l'ai.O The fact s that' to do
4ionjy't.050 an ghing hi tMis worldd worth doing we
7. 4t^n^t' tA mu^t rsot'iwr bet: a sieivhriuIg on dthe brink
St e laborer and thid:'lhog If' the cold and danger,
upUed 1 th t y in* but jurotp i) aud K',ra:iible through as
to ssued ~d a old lilr well rts we tf 1 it will not do to be
hi| ha D in een abrogated. Th p(erpetunlly :a(!cilatiioJ rinks and ad-
t .thef6roe, has decided |!^,i,;g xiicc olyrer company 's not liable fot boleor the ioo,,. whn ai nann could
*iTnfittioni ofthe .law. conlit li friia po'h .n intended
O" 'to -s.hi for a ) hur(Tdrc:d and fifty years
lOI Rfoom' Men Startled, and tlten liv'' tlo .we i~t succe('s for six
,to l %*ados, N. Y., May 25.--,Pool or s.vei en-:itrti"r 'ft *,w o;'tward. iut ait
S en of Weso t bhester county have presea t a manvl wail, aind doubts and
i ntl ei startled by the conviction hesltates dnd :itiit h. hirothelr rtd
biOph Canepl, Jr., of Yonkers, of his uncle and his lI:' cnu:rin and par-
g 'conducted a pool room. Oan- titular friend till one 11i0 day i1 C Undls
S young 'man with a fortune In that he is sixtyive years of age; that
own right, He conducted ea veal bie has lost so wou'h tine tin coulting
oin Yonkers. The young man first cousins and partlular frleud.i ;tt
aYya collapsed when the jury, lie has no t!r' t to f ow te ud
'wo hura' deliberation, brought in a vtce. Sye ory It. kh o L. Ih
t tof guilty. He was released on the Ise of Talenut.
$ .500 ball. pending argument o0 a er in ntu ,
tctioon made ,by his coui'ed for ts an b elve tat dIclimsimtomti; ea
reitt of Judgment on the ground that "i boleve Ua promdrelmt spnotait on
b trealt ou a 0( room r eAi, kill," shld El promlnent spOcniyoit oid
e trial court adlittafd Improper e nervous diseases the other day. "Of
Vbi.tce. n course I don't know that they arne fa-
,I*.'.- -... ""by- 'h" i. .l l t ,,, b ae oe r ii r a l 4 oi tfl tllhlfI


To Wed Mrs. Dan Hanna.
'New York, May 25.-4t is announced
In, tis city and confirmed from OCia
i ntli, says The Herald, that Eldmund
S Stall Is engaged 'to be married to
.Mrs. Harrlngton HaUnna, of Cleveland,
i 'the divorcedd wife of Dian Hanna. r.
S$.UItall,, who Is a son of the late Judge
1 "tllta, at one time United States mii
I t rl at Rome, has many businesss in
'tier ts In New York. He las now IM n
uMisappi regarding lumber interests,
S Mrs. Hanna is In New York, but could
bI t be found to corroborate the an,
.., .i eme nt.

Business Not Interrupted.
"N ew Yorkl, May 25.-Inquiries at tho
i'. n f tlo of the Westfirn "Unid in
this ity elicited the latermattop to'
day that thedr biuslaness wa movhtl
without Interruption and that xay re,
ports to thoe contrary 'are growsy ex-
a:, ated'. ''The legal otueti*ol' In.
S vOve4d l'ithe action of the
uAol railway are in th habi(as oflJog
Dillon counsel of the company wh *
will take necessary teAps to probeel
the WIitern Union interests.
mall, but Perteot.
,': sour pasta, vinegar, the melt ofTi
m:codfish, or even in writer In which de-
i" ayed vegetables have been Infused, the
S m iroscope reveals ninlualcules (little
animals) so small that millions of them
would not equal n conimon grain of
wleat in bulk. And yet nature with
singular prodigality iut suioi)lled many
S of these minute creatures with organs
S as complete and poirfect as those of a
S whale or in elephant. In a single
ounce of such matter there are more
living cro*tures thian there are human
beings on the face of tlhe globel
There Are ll''eptionos.
4'Do you mean to mtey," sheo inquired
A Inalgnalintly, "that there never was a
woman who coull o' 'i ia secret?"
"Oh, not at nil," hoe protested earnoest-
ly, "To the contrary. there was Lot's
wife who never up to the present 'ay
Shas re venled wluat she nw when bohe
S .stopped to take i farewell glance at
t~e town she was hleaviing."- Syracuse
Rera ld.
S-p;:, Co i mn fort.
"',; gg-Yo. soir, l '11d il me. Man who
Built tilts 1o101M. off 1t111e jtist got it tOn-
||w lhOd lihoi ll died.
; WVig- Well. It milgiht have boon
worse. lie 1lght haIvo had to live in
tt.-Towu 1n1d Counthy.


INo fo'cVr tinne thirty 7iniigungo's are
e I ok n in h lh' 0i'ii('1iii- s. Their linh bit-
ants llit i-i't1 iKus.;': r.o, A,'ur n-uinhlon. Tl rt;ro.t,
GeQorgirp'ln ll ind i\-,.s .Mohnioalieda n
,.,tribes.

Jo., les (at itl i' lt our'lig liob nso i--(Only
tw O lIttl te L v ti*ow,- 1i< hot thitn how heavy
'. t&Ocy *ar,.,-" 1,0 t a ,l t nm .


i1 ne c 't ht r l<1"lh : i hig hItrt,. but
sl liver is wh' io-rtis tIiIe io r i le.--


l o" TeK-Ji'l' Ilto ','' 'I alig.it l and 1


accwph'eioo
TJessDd y.ou, d,'i>i' lvy the way,
.g B ttt" mi pt to st .s with thlt,
-tiarwond.1s I dio, r you'll maket at
other ilck il tile titon


tui'liorocok! P' l ll
I'the muoonlkcy lt -! Imld and ,l In.
i toW. wts didu p"ot -dusert (him. -I
o i t4o, 0 iu 404er, h, suid,
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.tat, U.U I U vu u vu r ... K. ..m.. ..
so. I had a woman patient whoim I
was treating for a number of compilica-
tions, including a wearl heart. She
could not bear any excitement, aid I
often warned against exposing herself
to sudden fright. She complained of
having nightmare and said she often
woke up in a state of terrible fright so
weak that she could not. call for help.
One mornhug abe was found dead In
bed with an expression of abject terror
on tier face. I have no doubt that she
died from fright produced by a night-
mare.
"Persons subject to nightmare who
have weak hearts should avoid sleep-
Ing on the back. Tiey should lie on
the right side and h4ao the right arm
extended so ttey will wake up If they
turn over. Most nightmares are the
result of sleeping on the back or the
left side. where the heart i so coni-
presied that it hab little room for free
actttlon."
Blamed Her Way.
There is a story about Alaska and its
people in which Is mentioned a man
who chose a bride from among some of
the Indian tribes up toward the Chil-
coot pass. He took her to a large city,
Montreal, perhaps, and left her in a
splendid hotel while he went out to see
souie one about a dog. She missed hi
sadly, She sat at the window looking
out on the street four stories below.
Solitude became intolerable. She de-
cided to fnd her husband. There was
an elevator, but she didn't care for it.
Softly tas moccasins could carry her she
issued forth. When she had gone out,
a bellboy saw queer marks oil the bal-
utters and doorcaslnga. The Indian
bride had blazed her way with a toma-
hawk so that ash could find her way
back. ~3Te Indian brtde was mer
t uanp.to her edt 4oot it Is
lknow holW ase

Moet 0os teast.
e"T waiut hadti men wonul
not be ntVttt d in, aLitant beor
the hdann'. kour, i at least betont
lmuch," sea the proiletor oit a caft oni
upper BroadWay.
'"Wihy? Simply bemixts they are so
cross at breakfast. No, it ,ibt the
question ot tips altogether, although I
never saw a W tter refuse a qwlMteor.
But the tet Is lmeta ai erotobe'y be-
fore they get .neir breakfast. If they
lave to wait, tfi minutes, It see w an
hour to thpam And even the morning
atper eoims to lose its charms*a Itlei.
lroankfast sto 9t the table. Tbivre i no.
meal In the daily wIhere ttha walters get
so many 'kickS* as they 4 at bteak-
fast, and the iiien are always more ill
tempered than the women-."-New Torik
, icas-. __- -


A IPoser.
Little Dorothy Pefiklna was usually a
very truthful child. When she -was
not truthlutl, she was plausible.
Coming In trom her walk one morn*
Ing, sho informed her mother that she
had seen a lion in the park.
No auiotunt of peritasalon or reason-
lag wavbred her pttement one baitr'
breadth, so at Uight, when phe siUpped
down belde her kue*, her mother ,aid.
"Ask God to forgive you tor that ll
lkDirthy."
horoth y hid her fatt for a mnlauteo
thlui slie looked straight Into her inoth"
car's 'yes. *-ith hber own sttnlmg like
sta rs. nud taild. "I did ak his. ani .i
ina, detiarest, and he s id: .>Oa't i0oli'
tlo it. MIVMa Perkina. That big f do
has often fooled e.' "-New York lte

The real afeed of tt tinms, aecoSrding
J to the priness in Ceery fatmly, t We0
tuotkhod by whkct the qarnlnit p ,tio of rutb, ri mayb* &b dbbcl :A,
tU.Olobe. .. h ." : .

A.


JI '; Dm npp provided or his ,helr
hat rdro-e" nlght be forever thelra.
"I can't do better with my weaIth,"
ae a dd than tb insure them health,
Clear brlinyo-ed.mtzsole, nerve and vtli
SAnd *Force iveas threm," 'oth Sunny Jim*"


males good health
&n heirloom.

Sw4t, crip flames of wheat ad malt.


A DDyspteo No Londg,
"A gentleman livtiagn this village, I. A. Watson, was a great
suffterr ftrom indigetion. He purchased from me ackage of
'for e' two or three months ago and has continued using orce'
ever tee, and has not had te slhtest symptom of tho disease
-sner JosArP Hoon."

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To Camp at Chlckamauga.
Montgomery, Ala., May 2i.-Adju.
ta.nt G-eneral Brandon has received a
letter from Colonel F. P. McConnel,
of the Third Alabama regiment, say-
ing his officers desired to encamp at
ChIlckamluga with the other Alabama
regiments, instead of Montgomery, as
was first decided. It is understood
that their wishes will be complied
with and that all the Alabama regi
ments will go into camp at (Ohickamau.
ga with the regulars in a short t',me.
Election to Fill Vacancy.
Montgomery, Ala., May 25.--Go'er-
nor Jelks hasa lsued a proclamation
calling an election to be hel" d in one
cuh county August 3 (or the selection
of a member of the legislature to fill
the vacancy caused by the death .4
Andrew "Jay.
Iow FlIes Are Able to Tlate.
The proboscl of thgy and the
tongues of been and J p'tffurnih4ed
with numerous deil le" tet n mi-
nute pits. These are n6ected
with the organ of though
the exact locality of i'L s in
sects Is uneoein,.,i
groups of ce#t o %1i -
miale called' Zt W) r
the ends of" ol gi ot t.te. The
vary in nititerI,, easnfg, thte high-
er animal. T They re ve~ cloeo and
exceedingly nu~~nmerous In man, while
the tonge of even tihe cow bha some o
85,000 taetO bul~s..
It would be I6ntelesting -to know
whether each .speciai taste excites a
special group of-nerves and that only;
thus corresponding.: to the auditory
nerves. These tastir bulbs were dls-
covered In 1807. ch b.one consists Of
two kinds of cells, one set forming an
outer protective covering, through an
opeitn int which proe t from five to
ten f the true taste cell. 'Though lm-
portant they are no0Atpparently aB .m-
sentiAl part of the orgaa, for birdie and
trptiles: have ione, bt neither ',
they em tense f ita exept er
hops a~t p .t bll.-bi Jo*rnlt.
c c w 'trth e ett*eUt." .:,
A writer tn 8e R indeiis that be
letter y'" I a lin~ ilcetidant fom
the .lloman "y,. the t' e ot
Cicero wias boi'row`d ,freon the i"li
alphabet. to ropre(ett .upsilon .the:
tr-nslation of OreeiOf ames. The lat-
ter s only used, ho k"y*, as a vowel to
traomueierate tipsHiloti lean Words. i-.
ther direct front m th Geek or indiTect-
ty thtrougli Latiu 9ri' 8 hcb In i great
malIJorlty of cases tthe iBtgllsh y'" to a
semieonsouanrt cotfrApond)ln In value
with the coltlnental"'.J," Along with
the other Roman letter's ""' *W
adopted by the AV*l 8ftSOois tromu h
Latin Alphabet,wl' t, Wa u a x
mathit 6f9ti '." In tact, he
1elAlms that there *h isot a .tinue .
seendaut of the An1glo-Saxol y" now
In existence. The tt*.4p "I. .' n,. tInde
Enjiliib words Is, utai t einovoghli he
eatlmi, not a "" A, tall,, but a it- atlGe
scenadint of ti Ajlagatta "'*g
which was the Reolti ... evolved b3y
th" Romani out o in earlier "O ."

SMolly-I wa :i 'e.a at the "Pat
helt nlghti Kate(3QeGi t on a d s4r
.e3ietly like mit...'"" "

gifted her to *| *ith 4t g like

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GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA

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.. mLt^nt. JA8. M. G AHAM. Pres6dtmnt.



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BE 1AI*Y ST : GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, MAY 26,1 903


.AT WEST POINT.
*,Ot HoW the Caetsa A"
i to R-oa-ome. ,
at the Military acadetiy
1oint are not favored as are
,p'. tUdents in colleges and unl-
*Who have wealthy parents-
thy are not furnished with an.
Amount of cash to buy "eX-
tor rooms, clothes and luxuries.
cadets stand on the same foot-
Id receive $"OO a year, plus the
Mutation of rations amounting to,
a year. However, with proper
my this yearly allowance Is suMfl
t for the support of a cadet.
e army cadet who goes to the Mill-
academy with spendthrift habits
i, receives a decided and severe
ck. As an instance, a cadet some
e ago went to the superintendent
an order for four shirts, but the
rintendent peremptorily refused to.
his approval. The young man was
ly in need, and he atte-pted to
|ivince his superior of the iW1. The
tter took up the cadet's account book
id perusing it a couple of moments
w it back to him, saying, "I have
doubtt you are in great need of these
rts or you would not present this or-
-r, but you are in debt, and there's no
cuse for you." The youqg cadet,
th tears starting in his eyes and a
mbhlng voice, responded: "But, colo-
el, I am. almost destitute of changes of
thing. I have only one shirt to my
pck, .and that is a fatigue Jacket,"
e colonel was immovable and sim-
l dy ltd as he dismissed the cadet from
ius presence, "Well, Mr. ---, I would
l.dvise you to wear that fatigue., Jacket
Until you get out of debt, but be care-
iful that you can pass muster at the In-
spection."-New York Tribune. I
O"Give Him the Sack."
Two noblemen in the reign of Maxi-
milian II.-one a German, the other a
Spaniard-who' had each rendered a
great service to the emperor, asked the
hand of his daughter in marriage.
Maximilian said that. as be esteemed
them both alike, it was Impossible to
choose between them, and therefore
their own prowess must decide it; but,
being unwilling to risk the loss of ei-
ther by engaging them in deadly com-
bat, he ordered a lrqrge sack brought
:and declared that he who should put
lhis rival into It should have his fair
'Helena. And jhls whimsical combat
was actually performed in the presence


Wour
Si- to%,, ', ach

No appetite, loss of strength,
ervousss, headache. constipation,
bad bro* general debility, sour rle"-
Igs, A4 carh ot the stomach are
*1ll due to Indigestion. Kodol cures
indigestion. This new discovery repre-
antsi the natural uioes of digestion
as t4 .zjxt into a healthy stomach,
combined with the greatest known tonic
Wnd reconstructlyv properties. Kodol
Dyspepsal Care dbes not only cure in-
digeotldra and dyspepsia, but this famous
remedy cures all stomach troubles by
cleansing, purifying, sweetening and
strengthening the mucous membranes
lining the stomach.


Kodol
DIGOSTS WHAT YOU EAT
Oives lith to the tick andt
satragth to the weak.
t a n ti l 00siOO Sizt holdlni 2% tiems


the trial sim, which sellwlor0so*.
PrOpared by B. 0. DeWitt & .0Co., Chloago.

BODIFORD & McCOLLUM.

rUitba Q fer uasaranl
2 l rrltt) or. locations
mto ,o i aelubra *tie.
otw or pollnous.
or :eoltl pi lP wr.pier,
"I*x", ire|lIdb for
ai.Qa D orttlei a..
IL J "" ++ U-;. ." ...

TO THE PUBLIC.
We, the undersigned, hereby agree


ra7s8E1T3 O.A ar

DR. H. ALDERMAN.
DENTIST.
(Sonoeoaor to8 Over Dztton & o's Bink, Galneae tile
Speolal attention to Crown and ride wo
Phone 70- .
DR. ORDON B. A ISQli,

Graduate Baltimore Qoilege Dntaul Surgers
ive year' experience in New York City.
Crown. Brireworik and tUing speotaltles.
ALL WOK OGUARA 'T~arnt
OrvIca li ;Nssa BLWOX. lAluLSeVI.Iu,. PtLA
. R. 1J PIERSON,
DENTIST


South Side Square,


SIarnems lock, across the hall from Smit.h't

W. PATTON,
CIVIL FINGINEER AND SURVEYOR
GANmSAVU.a.a LvO'tIA.
Dealer in reoa ..tate. Thorouthlyr posted
wath every section of land IIn Alknhu a ouxinty.
(orrespondeioo solicited.
.T J. DIMPSEY,
FURNITURE REP'A I RED
and Made New.
LOOKING GLA8S RIK- -11 VERED.
We buy or sell lirnituro, or oan contrunet
with you on the opioanision ituil.,1. Pttronage
soloelted snd satlsftatlon,il wtta3m.

ALFRED S. TAYIOR
SPAIN',1I NO A NID
SPAPE HANu INt
GAINESVIL4, 'ILORIlDA


Agent for 1)ECORATORS' WALL PAPER
COMPANY. New Yorkj,
agO, U. WAJlK KB "SAM1ZI.1 T, B1HAYWI.Ot-


WALKER &


SHIAYLOR


ATTORNEYS-AT-LA W,


Jacksonville,.


Florida


4-8-02
CAFE BELVEDERE,
WM. SCRIM.LLE, roprietor.
182 W. Forsyth at.. Jacksonville, Fla.
Opposite Poitotie e


of the imperial court and lasted an to pay $1,000 to any manufabauter of Best dining place ii, city. Fine
hour. The unhappy Spanish nobleman paint who cin show, by similar tests, Wineor Liquori a4xd Cigars.
was first overcome, and the German any paint atandiing upon any metal ,
succeeded in enveloping him in the .surface as perfectly andfor so long a THE WEST EN
sack, took him upon his back and lald time a Oor f wl WINTET, T1QUORS & CIGARS
him at the emperor's feet. T is eical GRA E MT .ii"IQUM. Prtlq GAUr. S
cofibat is said to be the origin of the tit" t""Iimal lit.. OMm+',
phrase "Give him the saick' .It.mmon T gpa1*ntee i Ut'Anl flE 0lnM8 -i+ i w y ... J
in the literature of courting. TOpaint nitostitiny th rosi fictr Pn
A Soldier*' Strane. De1th. petroleum, and when appli te an ,t l in .Ja knvi
I find the following singular incident siirtae Wording to our direetitos
In the old Atlanta Intelligencer: I perfetl for period lo five NVi-l.
"After the fight near Drewry's bluff years ad ti st. fth, fr Of --Vi he--
on Monday last a surgeon who 'was yen 'l to frnsf e tf I A AVD the-
searching the field for the wounded, Cate a..ll it .. esi to i. paint: ORYE Tb $SA LOON AN) )ROOF
that he might administer to thetr needs, f ere It a pred i,
observed a mau In a kneeling position, eeiv. sil...ty. g- et ery. Enta'
0*gu0^hs Qiei ""nig,,t Rotif Olrden
with his gun to his shoulder pointed to Th Natona Ptat. V .i' tnt ej nigit at Roof Garden
the front, his left eye closed aind haI Clavel.l ...o U. 8. A.
Ing all the appearance of life. Upon e take n
examination he wass f.ondpetQ"twiodnR .L
bell aTing pased bL h e iave wonl for MT M AL A
.iat the moment when,.uiir . w tiri t'sin; g tS 9ihii Ts t stWMtVa t
left knee. ,h k ae I kPt&Lta kseInAS Ts h 'l .T .
toe. It is very remarkal* that -
rig'I was the corpse, I ontI fo. As *aACTlON iUAA mTsirD.
required to remove the e ,. hi -...
Srasp. MHe proveId toba, ll
of lnfantry."-Alanta C*.. **




where, I suppOse," said as elNer at a ' *
-n usingte"loMe tac a Fulo rrnishing srm .
public Institution'fwor tl .t^ *""" .' ....

ast eighteeo years f ahogd sialy "oa sp evitifiter, 1 I M
ilng of this kind I here d Ie. ",
*being required to deOfne the w-4 p Wrn'berger SW pw fL'aIgNS
,Ithe' and compose a sentee sw : ....
in. its use. her paper Me 'Tithe. ...
Wethng that binds, love, ftStakaV fish, Ciow + I, ) Cr+Mrn,
ij't: be the tithe that bAM&i u t' I** ; ... "t.' of lrI t* w*i :ng I 1
a sely ses amsinL a1swr was .. .. -
Iven by another pupth
It'.plt b IR a SE FtOKY.

teitr la* ts0.to'"


A Ltea: st.LSew
Abrahatn I~wII had a rule for
dai dilcimltlt.. At a Aablset meet8. gjy,14gg. *pag'
oai I it s related MI. Seward q ailek
that yoU torne ot tMS a ortied iI1 MINHA *, -$ Iif.
on mM es the EVAVL O
.1 t hve nlym ae ft a tillhs ST. WII$, sd A


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SOUTHERN ASIWAY..
In Connection With ATLANTIC COAST LIN8.


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No. 30 No.3S No,4 Between Jacksonville and New York Wo* No.i W
7M p aS90n 8 45' Ly. Jiacksonvtlle. Fla-...So. Ry..........Ar. O t '
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Nos. ii and s 'tlhe Southiern 1almla\ Uiti." oUd Tneotlib tatn of Pauo drewr
roloti. t'otniinlrmnt, out.4,otll.. .wit, ohvtv niivtion and di 1 ttween Jio0tla M1e e i
New York. Arrivot daily e~ct. Nlt Moiuihiy~: leaves Ottlyh eOil XtUtaS a"'
Nos,. 13 ndt --vNo w York tii tr'lnt|it taExpvit ., il"lluin ,
dlinitu ars bet weeni JikjIkoli ll nio lielM NewV 'rk. Coohtoes betwe0n .JaolKsontlile sh(iid Tas .
inton. r ov.
No, t& until 5.1 "V Vt.shtgotiao Il'lil t hhllo Iii.ulted" Pullman drawinur room l00 t1 e4 rs .'
Letw tt Jincksinmvin. tla NOW t Y rk. N'et 'home lies tweltil Jictkl o nka V ou< lIV(041 WOhtI UID lJ il, n .
c 7Ars I 1.tNN it .S. .to.t ll..l'N. ... 1 't tlle k i.l ,.- u to Dally. e
No. 3 ThrouIgh the Lantd ol the ky." NiNg o
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SNos. vi uandi ;> I'altuuali irlwhi i-v<>i Io m i it ll hiots 'l iig n our betwoonii asl until "n
(tincn 1111t.t.


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683 1i 7 Wt a Ar. thlt to .... ..... ............. Lv. 40
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8W P 58 at Ar'. C ttal Kl y . ........ (, 0 H 1& I notl. ........ ...o. ), 000 0 O
s4 tI 4 i p Lv. Ctini4.lttti. ialOh & ) Ml htIt. lit ....... .... A. Ar, t Ta? 0p
9 l) pb 10A. aArTotulod Ohio .Lv, 1H gp
40 Ar .Detoit.lo, Nih ... ....... . Lv. 14001t liO
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3 IX) pi 84A Ar. lv, oln tlOhio ..... . n . .. ... (- .)p
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No t, it a bIi .- s "ta'htoa w t Iii l'Iorirla M tloohIal," nMo it vfeftluWe triu 1hi n two vielt I K J ivkwt-i
d UlitOlrnttatll. Arrdves diia lly e Oit Ml a l eya -obvilialyt ally oe>ti N idttiat i'Thtl4ipmthi.lttH in
lruiwItim ro ilt~t'Ialin t'llc >'t to t'hl atoi vla 11ni olnig ,; to CIeveladM l vIta l t4 tM t Iel. ltUS l
'llia eo iN\lvuanlh -inet liritry oloarvatIO4 O'r tw lIottsvylll lniit. t.h t 0 thoromihltltifr (%4140t
to Cltattllunolla. )lintr oar tl i t (1'ia nutl. AloT 'uAW T 4idlhy, 'i tItr.IAv iand H UttiWtt'ity. thtolri t
Iullntuman leppitt or tto Detroit..
Noss. I3 anlid 14 "Thl blorkttat tltted' ." Soltwd vI Wtlhtr t.rtii., I'tllWinn lPriawibutw raoom )l0i<0 -
it onl,,,. ~r'td-olmia t thl>nlnvill>o tii tV 1401h,.
otl. T, hroufah 1'ullriuftt ulra wlns! rtui lit11 O i04 )lt '>i t hl ioa vii 1 4' 11 A l),'-Molii tlotiRlO ; O lM
i yj~lIys!. .1V Py l i I 4ww iv~ttih (<'hLO W i, i, ly. ........
No. No.a etwen Jacksoville and )Kantan City No I4j No.
a p, 7 v4 1- ii. IlV, ',it, l ...a. . .t, I atil o 1)
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b0 W r )g0 I* A', A.atimitt. 4 6Ia.v ill i fit04 a l
315 lii i4t) i> '. Alt41i'.bt u. A ia .. . .. 41) i 41 4 1i
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i litit r 0;l4 lp, l)I. Ill Silyi Ti ki et Ap iLt for ltfs,'rvatKth! .
11. V. (CtitY, 1I.. -'aeis. AgtI., t10I W. Way' 0l., Jwhk-tiviille. Fla.


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Insure with CUashina .1l. :
., W. A. Adams .of Roclhe|leU was a
,. visito" to this city yesterday.
J. L. McConnell, a phosphate miier
of Clarke, was 4t the Brown Houseo
yesterday.
Miss Anna Richards, a oniarming
young lady of Jacksonville, visiting
Miss-Jessie Bodiford,
Misses Lulu Harris and Miller of
Ocala are in the city, the guests of Miss
Christine Richards.
Rev. M. A. Olonts, field agent for
the Southern Baptist, departed y'ester-
day on a business trip to Jacksonville,
All non-dancing married couples are
cordially invited, to attend the grand-
Eleve ball Thursday evening1-May 28,
1903, it 9:30. 8t


boltue lr u
'IS NO SUBITUTE


ES OF CITY AND

COUNTY CONDENSED

^llllatters of General Interest Gath-
ered by Our Reporters.

-E RSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS
What Has Happened and What is Going
to Happen Told in Short Paragraphs
So That "He Who Runs May,Read"
it in The Sun.
I U-0re with Cushmnan & Hill.
better see Moyers about those coip-
et oti right away quick.
q ~laketB for Eleve ball on sale at
Ifllr & Avora's. t
iJ'osLhida W'lliaina of Alachua is
leting I relatives in this city.
P.. P.Pope of Fort White was trans-
a~til*gbusiness in this city yesterday.
Col. . O. .. Sanchez has returned
S from i brief business trip to Jackson-
vi.elle.
~ .oo0k Wanted-For hotel at High
p^.,.Spzrtngsi. FMrs. L. A. Casey, High
spirol Casey. i ,

Xr.:u, .. Porter Smith -of Wacahoota
is in the city the guest of her daughter,
Mr. 0. 0. Pedrick.
L:E, Jolley and son Newbern of Ito-
Selle were among those who paid
I Inesatille a visit yesterday.
H. I, merson of Tacoma, one of
t oat progressive oitizeuns of that
*eation, wats a vialtor to this city yes-
'" terday.
SHerbert Pilrkoson returned Suinday
from Lake View, whero lie has been
-reouperaiting am the guost of friends
,for the past few ditys.
When you want a pleasaflnt plys ic
try, .hainbtrlain's Stomach and Liver


Single young men will find the
coziest furnished rooms at the
Brown H6use Annex, 75 cents per
week to $2. Also several rooms for
light housekeeping. Apply Brown
kHouse office.
The Ladles' Missionary Society of
the Presbyterian church will hold its
regular monthly meeting at the church
Wednesday evening at 4 o'clock. Her-
alds will please report. All ladies are
cordially invited. 2td
C. N. McEachern, a contractor of
Otter Creek, has arrived in the city
and will remain here for several days.
He will be employed in superintend-
ing the work on the home of T. W.
Shands, East Gainesville.
Miss Louise Zetrouer, a charming
young lady of Rochelle, has arrived in
the city for the purpose of' attending
the commencement exercises of East
Florida Seminary. She is a sister of
Miss Agnes Zetrouer, who is attending
the school.
The handsome cottage being erected
by thin Ellis brothers on West Liberty
street is nearing completion and will
be ready for occupancy in a few days.
It not only commands one of the pleas-
antest locations in the city, but. is a
desirable dwelling in every way.
Mr. and Mrs. George Morford and
children, formerly of this city but now
residents of Port Orange, have arrived,
and will be the guests of friends in
North Gainesville an Hague for a few
days. Their numerous friends here
were' glad" to welcome them again.
F. H. Hammett of Jacksonville,
vice-president of the Florida Electric
Company, has arrived In the city. Mr.
Hammett has the contract for the
pole and line work of the Gainesville
Gas apd Electric Light Company, and
is looking after the interests of the
conipany here.
Mount Vernon Lodge No. 20, Knights
of Pythias, will hold its regular week-
ly meeting at the Castle Hall tonight.
There should have been work in the
rank of Knight, but owing to the com-
Inencomonit exercises of East Florida
Seminary this work has been deferred
until next week.


::E 3. hith of High Springs was in
the 6 ptyl Sesterday, '
ILAy Denham has returned from
Nashville, Tenn., where -he ha! been
attend lg, the' Peabody Noi mal Insti-
tut for ithe past few months.
Look out for the first game of the
season tomorrow afternoon, when the
Oak Halls will go against the fast .Live
Oak tean. Steele, the deaf and dumb
-man, will play third' base -on the Oak
Halls. The boys are in good shape,
,and an excellent game "is anticipated.
The game will be called at 8:830o'clock.
G. C. Orom, agent for the Atlantic
Coast Line at Ocala, after a brief visit
to his wife and son, Frank. Russell
Crpm, who are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W; W. Hampton, returned to his
home yesterday. Master Frank has
been quite sicksince arriving here, and
yesterday his condition was little im-:
proved.
DR. CRANE FROM PALATKA.
Attended the Closing Exercises of Mt.
Vernon Parochial school .
Rev. Edward P. Crane returned
Monday from a Sunday's service at
Palatka. The occasion was the closing
exercises of the Mt. Vernon Parochial
school connected with the Presbyter-
ian church for colored people, of which
Rev. W. F. Kennedy is the pastor. He
is also the principal of the school, Miss
Johnson being his whole-souled and
efficient assistant.
The year just closed has been largely
one of careful-sometimes anxious-
experiment; but all who are interest-
ed in the church or the school find
abundant encouragement in the out-
come. The new year will be started
with an assurance that bearings have
been carefully taken, and that the con-
fidence of the desired constituency
and the general public has been won
for the school, which may be regarded
as the special' feature of tis church
enterprise. It has greatly contribut-
ed to the*success of the school in the
past, and is regarded as a guarantee,
under God, for the future, that the
directorship of such high quality of
intelligence and interest.iand an anx-
ious crisis was passed when Rev. T. P,
Hay, upon his removal to this city,
consented to ontinue to aot as chair-
man.
The church: bullng, an admirable
piece of architects, Rev. .i 0; Farisi
D. D., of Oandle thavlng evolved the
plan fromhie te bin, wafilled
to its entiro o'ailty at the yerloe,
despite the heat otthe afternoon hour
at which it was ..ld, Mr. Orane g"ve
young and old a tlain, practical tlk,
taking. advantage of the wisdom the
wise king had' condense pio
proverb: "Buy the truth andh ell it
not., . ;
The people of Palatka show a very
kindly spirit toward the church, the
school and, th.A earned, able. and nar.-


-a.Dets. Tlmy are oasy t) take and Tho union Sunday schools of North ticularlymodest and peaoeloving pa- -
pleasntn efct or tle by a l Nor toularly modest a olovn
pgglt.s and medict. Fior dealers, by all inosville have decided to give the tor and principal, Rev. V. F. Ken-
dechildren a'day in the woods, and have nedy.
M.rs V. Iurlrong of Bellamy was arranged to hold a grand picnic and
shopping in the city yesterday. This basket dinner at the Devil's Millhopper DR. MONK WAS FINE.
s. timnably lady formerly resided hero, on Wednesday, June 8. It will be use.
aind has maniy friends who were glad less to add that the children are mnak. Delivered Commencement Sermon for
to welcome her evon for a brief period. ing no objections. East Florida Seminary.
Akrtcr a brief but pleasant visit to his E. A. Bryan, who for the past few thev. Alonoue M9k of Atlanta, one of
brother, Sanford Jeweol, Stephen months has been the efficient manager the ost eloque n nt the Sout$
Jewett returned to his home at .Ocala of tih Continental restaurant, has odeI vred the coid SeminaratKavana
,: yesterday. He expressed himself at severed his connection with that in- hodist urn 8 n avaringh
being well pleased With Gainesville, stitution and expects to open a first- taking for lis text sda mor. 48-
and says with one- exception it's the class place of his own in a few days. "Bodily Exercise. teth Little, bt
best inland town in Fllorida. We all Mr. Bryan Is possessed of an amiable Godliness is Profitable to All Thing,
know Stephl resies in Ocala. disposition, and has made may friends le i Proiable t AllTh
1 Having Promise't9 the: Life That. Now
T iheo handsome residence of W. ItR, during his stay here, lie is a first- Is, and of That \hioh ItftoCome.
Steklert, Kast )aCos ta street, which class caterer, and will no doubt enjoy students the Seminary at-
-1as iboon-i course of oonstruction for a sUccessful business. tended in a body,4d the oommdloua|
the past fiwr weeks, it now rooeivinR ]). V. Moseley and Mrs. W. P. Mose- church was crowded iong before the
is llishing touches and will be coin- loy and children made their departure hour of service disoorsewsa s
Spotted in a few days. This is one of yesterday for Owensboro, Ky., the most eloquent one. a d was appre.
the most 1nodtlrunly vqlippedl nnd desir- hc)me of the former. Mr. Moseley has elated by all Who were fortunate
Sable idenc s in the State., and will been suTffering from lung trouble for enough to hear it.
be a credit not euly to the owner but some time, and came to Florida with Dr. Monk was to have .: reached at
i e city, the hope that the balmy air would re. tho Presbyterian ahureh Sanday even-
a sdamnaes C. MeMiahan of this store hint to health. It isfeared, how. ing, but was compelled to leave the
Soty and S. A. Hall of St. Louis depwrt- evir. that he procrastinated too long, city Sunday afternoon in order to fill
: ed Saturday for ].odgson, where they as the benefit has beeu1 little if at all. an appointment l Alabama%.
wIll pgend a few days as the guests of His friends hope that lie can stant the
their brother,T. L. Hodgson. Mrs. trip hone successfully. For Over.S.ty Year
tHall, who has been in -this section all L. C. lynoh, chief clerk and ('apt Winsow's ,0thlag ifrup 'has
-winter as the guest of relatives, is de- A'Atoinit Paul, special agent of the en used by ch.t ina whfle teething,
lighted.. She expects to return to her United States land otloe, have re- th
i Western homoe about th last prox,, turned from Tallahassec, where tlmey Ia.as all pa$ina.s w
but hopes for an opportunity to pay us have eeon for the past week in attend, is the bestrem %v efaea.l A
another vilit next wiuter ancat t United States court. 'Thse thentsa b~h 0 by e r
M ). Joseph Polminville of Stillwater, gentlemenn had occasion to spend a few | outh .. .ir., t
Minn., after having spent over $2,tQ) hours each day in the halls of the There'ii Sftk* P
wit the bel t -doctors for stoDad h Legisatute, and were well pleased We . e t "t
-y able, without relief,:was advised by : H a th affairs Wf have beei ,Nted bFy Chief
It. r, Alex. Richard, to with the gusto in which the affair uf MeArthur to at hai the fire
Sbox of Ohanmberlain's stomachh the State are being handled by what alarm will be a t snstime
blets. He did so a they claim tobe the finest and mist this morning t eSof ir In
t led whin- 'intelligent aggregation of lawmker s uaee It aeta,
Siate or oiSt patiOn gi thvehave Over eenU a., who Is here a
t trial, and you are i
thaw pleased with -
6 it i fo bt-a'- box 4


1908

.SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNiC, pow
All Churches of City Will Combine in
Giving Children a Big Time.
The children who have been attend-
ing the various Sunday schools
throughout the city are happy now,
for they are going to be rewarded
with the grand annual outing and
pienio which is:so much enjoyed every New
year, 1
At a recent meeting of tle commit-
tees from the various schools, the time Ne
and place for holding the picnic was
definitely agreed upon. Wednesday,
June 3, is the date, and thas beautiful,
coo! and romantic, resort, Burnett's
Lake; ne&r AlJaohuas, is the place.
It has iot yet been. decided as to
the rates Or schedule. The Atlantiq fo
Coast Line, however, will inaugurate a
special service for the occasicn, and
trains will be 'operated conveniently Li
and in a way that will afford the chil-
dren a greater part of the day in the N
woods. Further particulars will be
published at a later date. Sp
SIMONSON'S SALVE DID IT.


Effected a Permanent Cure When
Twelve Doctors Had Failed.
B. B. Virling of,London, Miss., undt.r
date of April 21, 1903, writes:
"J. Simonson, Gainesville, Fla.:
"Dear Sir; I write to express my
deep gratitude to you, for your won-
derful salve has cured a sore on my
foot from which I have suffered great-
ly for five years. Twelve doctors have
been working on the foot during this
time, but failed to effect a cure. Your
salve did the work in aslittle while. I
took from the foot ten pieces of bone,
aoter the glass had been extracted,
which caused the sore, and now I am
entirely cured and able to walk with-
out the aid of crutches. I shall al-
ways feel the greatest gratitude to-
wards you, and will always speak a
good word for your salve."
For sale at Wallace's City Drug
Store, Gainesville, Fla. dawlmo
HAVE A FINE NURSERY.
Messrs. Pedrick and Mosely Will Pros-
per on Pecan Trees.
There are growing in a nursery in
East Gainesville about 4,000 pecan
trees, which are the property of C. C.
Pedrick and W. 1. Moseley, two en-
thusiasts in the culture of this de-
licious nut. The nursery presents at
this season of the year a most attract-
ive appearance, and we don't wonder
at thq:0wrA'*desire to "bang around"
the plae.
.Te0 I ar in" the 'tract seedlings,
b44ded and grafted trees, all of which
aro growing well. The greater num-
ber of grafts were made in February,
-and: they expect -to dispose of 1000
-trees the coming fall a l eaoh.
"Cures When Doctors Fail.
Mrs. Frank :hiasson, Patterson, La.,
writes .Jute 8th, 1901: "I had malaria
fever in very bad form, was under
treatment by doctors, but as Soon as I
stopped taking thefrmtedieineithe fe er
would return. Zmpa,4 npleJ _te'
tAerbit f6Un4-i
boWUght two t bottiei' : eompletely
'Iren e. I fel $tNato .you for
fishing such a splendid medicine,
n stly sw aend -it to
tiingfromn t as it will
*a a 4e, t50 bot*

~ort(Pruogresses Wcic.
pe^ tie 'powi-rtbose of" the

ompapy, which wi 4be located at the
GoereV o Go. th Urveruity and iDepot
streets, 1 progressing nicely, and at
the present rtte the blildtig will be
completed within the next three
weeks. The material being employed
is- Campvilla biiql, which 3is oonly a
very hanisome "itt durable article.
The brik olor, an will

Tle balIded intotwo
which will be

w steh i large doors.

'Thr tired feeling;
the 1ver b-iney become
sluggish and In .oive, the digestion
impaired, with little or no appetite, no
ambition for anything, and a feeling
9hat the whole body and mind neeis
coming up. The trouble it, .that dur-
iag winter, there has been an acnumu-
l.ation of waste matter ln the system.
Herbine will remove it, seeure to the
secretion. ad#it exit, and by it tonic
effect, fully restore the wasted tiaues
and give strength in place of weakness
eo at Jolnoeen Bros. :
STo Whom It May Concern.
| ,I will approve no billt against the
street. department ,aker than ,

pa5 be )ed with tR b
;^fe~tgai theyS


ILSON$



JUST RECEIVEp:
Lot Fancy White Good!
, 2o, 25, 80, 8s, foc lt.-
;w Shirt Waist Linens
Also
Embroidered Fr nts
for Waists
Novelty Linens
r Skirts and Jacket' Suits
Warranted Fast Colors.
Stamped
inen Waist Patterns.
ovelties in Neckwear
ecial Values in 5 and
10c Goods.


iMRS. R. WILSON1


THO MAS


UNDERTAKING 00.

Full line of FINE CAS-
KETS, COFFINS,
ROBES, etc. All funer-
al supplies up to date.
Hearse and carriages
furnished when desired.


Personal attention to
all business in this line.
Orders by mIil or tele-
graph promptly ,attend-
ed to.



THOMAS

UNDERTAKING CO.

THE CITY IS PROSPEROUS.
Of 381 Houses in Northwest Section
Only Sixteen Are Vacant.
The agents who are engaged in num-
bering the houses throughout the city
apropos the proposed free, mail deliv-
ery have finished the northwestern
section, bracing the territory north
of West. Liberty street and west of
West Main street, N1, extending to
theoity limits north and west, ex-
clusive of West Liberty street.
In the canvass the agent found that
the territory coversebout ., mile and
a quarter west and. a fraetiorn tnbr
than a mile north. In he northwesil
section t1jere are three hundred -d
eighty-one biuldings, exolusi :1of
stores, churches, halls and ashool.
houses. Notwithstanding that more
than one-half of this territory -'.isIn
habited by colored people, the houisev
asa rule are in good condition, and an
idea of the scarcity of houses may be
obtained when it is stated that out of.
the. total number only sixteen vacaAit.
building were recorded, eighty per
cent of theso being in no condition for.
,a desirable home.
Taking the ordinary means of comn-
putation, the population of this sa,-.
tion will reach 1524, which will run the
population of the city within the co6r-
porate limits to about ,000--an in-
crease for the past three years of near-
ly 2,500. This is an excellent showing,
and one of which the city should yell
feet proud, '
A Farmer Straightened Out.
"' man living on a farm near here
ame in a short time ago comnlpletely
doubledup with rheumatism. I band-
ed him a bottle of Chamberlaizn P ain
Balm and told him to use it freely and
if not satted after using it he neeo
Spay a cent for it,"* sa6 0. P. hay
der oPattens Mill, V. 5
days later he walked in ote re
raikt as a afts nd hae '


me.'e 3m-aea be anothqr


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__ FIWILL LO RIDA MAY I 6, 1903 TEN CENTS A WEEK
:0.0_____8 _ I DA' T-ENT
them. four were, atio as listened to with the greatoat a T-I A II
^^b16 UA6ubK1 or~mn ot. The oufera were o teat ad e WU -trt ktLLLU
o h eund t yhevy weight Ior Sho JIRIiOwas cool, cO&lm nd without a
Were ahed ost beyond recogni o f t e or emotion except when che re- INVAN
ti LURKIN on, terred to a portion of her conversatio NSAS
SEt vator Overcrowded. L_- Vith Ilgaby just before shi fired tte
ofS^' El to I. 'rho^ o o prevs that th e^ 3 d o. shots which took hil life.
of Elevator In The opinion prevals that the elev- board of T1 ade Th owii Into At time ahe was graphic, andti when Twelveo Injured, Several It la
etPtor wa overrowdd, n4d OU. Wi Iern a $be portrayed her feelings as Rngliby 'Thoughty
'Pa.K* tent. of Police John P. McETighe or. sE tteod before her in that office dutaminOggt tlly.
MANY INJUR dered the aIrrest of Professor FIFTY MEN WERE ARRETE. her name the recital took a tragical STORM STRUCK TOWN OF BALA
gHHM Y INJUREID. QGiles, a mechanical euglneeaad in., turn rarely Been outside of, stago life. GT"R STRUCKO
truedn t o of the rPc el yama tElectro- 4w DOcoof George T. Sullivan, Charged -Men, young ani old, strained every Traffic on the Rock Island Road Was
oHM~pd and Precipitated dechacal. Institute,, who at the time b Bu ". faculty to hear her evory word, watoc'O
d Car Five Stor. Of the accident was running the ele. With Operating Buckethop, every Jestre n to miss nothing Blocked For Hours, Great Trees And
me Almost Crushed ator. It Is alleged that he allowed by Bluecoata--Wltd tuth to Make o* the look of mental agony shown in Debris Being Hurled Upon the Track
the elevator to be overcrowded, d ecap. the dfenda face. ro a not I ene H tone Fll
Sta he had no experience in running book Mrs. arson gave her version Fll.
35-26-It was almostan elevator and wae parUtly response. Chicago, May 25.-The fies f f the killing and of the cotiveration Kati CKy. May l 65-4 &pecWl
rain W before any ofs' George T. ullvan, 21 i street leading up to it, and to thii she made to The Star from Maniwttau, Kane,
last .igeht's rightful .- were raided by the pole tAday and 50 troquent reference, though at no time ays a tornado pad over the weat
at the Conelly bld- UION MINERS STILL OUT. eon wo we ewas her delivery in the slihtst halt W part of Riley coty lat night.
ltr-Moanc a nderwast. A wild tu for d g r her manner the least confused. At Ula, on the Rok nd road, tw
identified, and atR 10 Tying to Induce Nondnionists to Af. te 4 o -----. pople wore killed t 1 injureD, te
ed and mutilated re- filiate With Them.en t pre t 1 I GULLED BY HARPER. eal, t Is thought.atally
were still lying at Kioxvlle, a., May 2.-Te ee tke to prevent Ralroad trafil waos locked for some
Uown and unclaimed. lesn miners in the Coal Creek, Brice. very 9exit a gare Slivan rwo Men Arrestead at Colurnmbus For time on icouut of lreat troos and
surrounded the en- vil coal district who failed to retur a i his priva, ot no the db Crooked Dealings. dadbris hili0 blown across the ttck s
orgue all night, await to work yesterday, are s'il out, t Columbus, Oa., MIay p25.-=:1. aei Ri ly htouht ci a ary
ha tN Uothe d eo they are expected to return to work tI0F MIN by thtMe o m a i t ad h a t it n A A,
ies that had been tak- on Monday morning. It develops, ac- liIlvin sIngaglls paopeatleasant 4 dNrris, two ho u n 's e
the spone of the acci- odugto the mining pankla' 6tro. bucket shop at 4u h ad in the city eforutsWh ast e biee. wins a outbuidgs
fchals, that Wo mnattrs h vGe taen T, p !ts hat r n, tou c nty for atrsix weera i
etlt tr suotr bal dvs- ae W, w WOcPO N RPO
Htortec wery thse two' days on, not 04 account iuiS SgIdan w Ve been anrt^atrd nWnto agalri't sr
wtaso n ly that thorough grivace gans not allowed time to pwrotu. e court P out 4y the Central rIeeration ot 1J%- LIPTON'S DOULE UROSE.
arks on the clothing C thaie Oadn but for the purpoe Pr.W but wp t compellB e t go to thie bor, through It9 presdont, E. jTar. 8U
me had no marks on Imaking pa "raid" on the n n o n with the ote t oncs The low, sharing thn with cheating an Old Shamrock NJotT t i t
idntifiatin a n neets In the s ,ervce or the Tennesse a the ra cmwindling. O amrock Not To Act Simply s
ieation, tt he hwd n e her ene e board ontradenand th & board They have been woHatinn an adyee Trial l.
friends inquire for Coal company. e unonmen ottrae anthe Ol hoard. They have been wong an adve. Trl Boat.
ised from their homers. sInb1e at the Tennesee Coal cow. ho of persl 1 over the thing iellime among the mneruthao Now York, May i.-An ericasn
Awomn i thought t pery'p Wine and, it la said, made of. country are believed tot ve been' I. of Golumbus which was Indoraed tny ytachtmouie and tho member of the
^ some of the surbu n forts to have the nonunion men there duced to invest their money in grain, the federation, The federation hitdofoo New York yjcbt club i particular will
'^he remains will Ukely afhliate with the union. They were Cotton, coffee and provadon futures. ed. the scheme in good faith, thinking probably be surprised to hoar that Sir
during the da ny o coessful in some Instanees, but the The concern occupies i entire lower that the young men were honet. Thomas Lapton has a dou ble purpose
ng e ay. Tennessaee company clalnm that the floor at the above nuiher, and 40 They were to publish an oli lal l Iin sending both Shamrocks aeroa the
'Dead and Injured. majority of Its men will remain loyal youin bmon areas eiDployd as book- bor manual, and for thia they oh Atlantic at this time and that the olT
list an furnished by the to the company. This company worl s keepers axd stenogrAipe, The po. talned many advertileoent. They col- Shamrock la not snt over ai ly to
obtained from the hoaspit- about 200 men. It has bad no ltrouO e cliO that w4thliu two weeks Sul'tee-ted the money for the ada. from act ad trial boat for Shamrock fII,
ble whatever with its men and It t livan has secured $0,00 some of the m chHati, hbut it .'S 4lg cables The Amern ondon co
are: preparing to resume work Monday The concern has leasd wire- to ud failed to turn over the books tn spondtnt.
le C wrtin, 18 years old, of aooming. The arlerfl of Anderson many cities, the tum4n o0t e being in return, as per their cotuattat, .n orm t it In said that 'not only will Sham
R Pa s county waited upon the uplo men a. oston Chicago Clevei 4, CodnI s. They are now injaih awArting rock I be used for a trial hoat for
le Flannagan, 19- years old, sembled at the Tennesee mine this tat eAltobony Pa., fAI and a a lnogtigartio the new boat, but that ite is Sir Thor*
nn. b morning and dispersed the gathering BUrlington, Iowa. A'.. purpose to enter adbtmrock I tho o
Poor, 28 years old, of Mc. without any demonstration being The police confcated al books and FOREIGNER MAY LEAVE, the Now York yacht club's cruise and
made. TMne union men had taken Instruments, cut the wires and placed n any races and rtegattas to which Ahe
about 19 years of age, charge of the property but attempted men In charge of the place. Venezuelan Authoritie 'trying to En.' may b eligible agatiat Colunilfta,
red: c no violence cther to the py erty of force Vexatious Measures. CGonstitutlon and Itelihc.
years, 23 year old, fracture to individuals. The coming nication TWAIN'S HOME A HOSPITAL. WIllemstadt, land of Cturacio, May It ilnot Wilr Thoai t Idea to enter
g and arm. sent to President John Mitchell by the ---o-- t.-o'he president of ttho state of Ma her i re trIal i d cui racs a- they
ipton, arms and legs. coal operators has not yet been an. Doctors In Attendance Upon Humorlat aOalbho, VonezuelA, and the governor wold of cotr, be cotnnd to Arierl
anagan, 27 years of age. swerec. About 200 men are lleo The and His Famnily. of Caracas have tried to chforce thim can designed boits exclusively, but h
lu Postolwaite, 40 years old. BKnoxvill" I:on company's mine work New York, May 25.--Two physicians 'ew law against forelgntr, oblgi Od think-s the Amoerican pepctle would like
argaret Potelwailte, 17 years ing nonunion men is the only mine ia and trained enreas have ieen for sev. them to recognize rnly the Venezue- to whatthe haro cou
the district working today. eral weeks in constAnt attehdanco on lan tribusnals for thu aidustjetinet o! do aga lwt the A oerlehan' boat aUdi
Blondel, 18 years old. Mark Twain (Sahmuel CGlemens), n hills of their claims and ome pulling thorn to believes it would t di an international
Morrison, aged 35 years. m and Jan. at theta humorit's homr e at for rlhbbery or pi)llao perpetrated by wtl interest the Irngllsh and Amer
SAmrock, 28 years old. Employers and Employes Fall to Reach Rliverdiile-ontheaudeson. It la more government or revolutionary too, ltan people almostim as much as the cup
G oll ed, 40 years old. Agreement. than six monthst since Mrs. ClemoSie and enforcing othe. vexationd mnaair races
N. Gullsa and Paul Gillds. Chicago, May 25-.The laundry strike haws left the house, She was atrickl urea under pDnalty -of rimnodiulte SIr ThTomas, and Delslner Vift be.
known man about 24 years of is to be prosecuted witif renewed vig. en with servou8s irostratlon last Aim. ur-o inder penalty of limtedlate l- ve that the old Sharrock never
tlsed and cut, is unconsolous or, a two-houra' conference today beA gurt and since then her condition hi3 pulsoini. had a faltha not on ait Columbia
hospital. tween employers and employes having asveral time, cMaused her husband the Theso measures wore enforced ih a e fai n td fr BIttre'siol hei at r
injured are all sauejng from resulted In cuts and bruaisea, with the l abor oAbl tt ert that all unloni hi ltoth o ete collapse fYve week Spanist h and French eitlens. th1'de she would ihave httad a much better
n of the unknown an, i affmrted the Ohicago Federationg ao when a ,light cold developed into their respective legations learned t showing.
.all will recover. of Labor will sow be brought Iato the -a severe attack of bronchitis. the fact they sent orders to their wco _____;
Rigid Investigation, flht and teb. t e war will not be MIss Jean Clemehe who Is yeard sula not to comply with the demand 'Met Ti ag o Death.
1 directed c agae st the laun4orie alone of agent wa taken ill five weeks ago of the local authorities a s the now Savannah, Ga., May 2s.-W. Johul
orne: ot th e ei esttetim pt b h that M eytror wt e Intructi with measles. Whes the critical stage law was contrary to existisu treatles. on. fortuetn of the shingle department
e into th ye oIuns fraur e t o t t tdivdr. ood or opplies of of her IlliTessA was reached her father The mlnslters of the powrls also allaya of the Vale Itoyal lunibr mtill, was
nd fixr the rca of ienthe alny ktoAd Pesen to the homes of the Jwas very beak, anrl the -phyc-tens had ed on Senor Urba.noja, the winitetOf crr.bhrd to death when work for ,the

jury met in the courtroom of the laundry owners. The deadlock oc to ifide from him how serious her con. of foreign affairs a-nd prote-ted agitinsi day wa, aboot o begin. He and two
tobuildin, a 1 n olsk thsie otprredr over a clause. providing that no; ditIon was. the action taken. S(nor Jriane ja negro helpers were dolng odne work,.
En and a ri 10id invoti t hi s sympatheic strike should be called1 While caring for her etster, MIss promised that orders would be latued The attention ft one was called away' -
ce anat ted After th w g. dung the life of the 2 ropomed agree. Carrie caught the measles. The cri to suspond the enforldlmenrt of thd nomrdinaryi. and thaou Johusion and (he
atort A ftner hadie 7 hea ment and for the arlItration of anll mit. has not yet been reached In her case. 'new law, Utrited Stos*f ctl aeos were other helper in someo way, were caught-
wo tha dsieed e '- frences. w l w --I -- o not molested. If the lawIft- forced by the belt The negro was strucf


..ermsl.on to remove th ... r -- ........ LONG STRIKE SETTLIED. later complications with thm. power Oens less, but not serlously Utured.
toheirhom remove the bod Decialson a'to Longworth Law. ---' I will arlse, and it, I. beleved tthat more Johnmon. however, was hure.d by the
A banquet aid ball was he.d in the olumbe., O, May 65.-The U-aied Dlffernces of Boiermakers and Union tlt 40,000 of .the 10,000 foreigners ati-' beIt against tho large wheel; about
ilding at 1026 Fifth avenue by th States supreme court today lhnd Pacifle. Adjusted'. tally re4tng in Venezuei will leave which It revolved and was crushed
masylvania Ele MechanalatNwY ,down a deleaion that the lacnworth Nw York, ay -Joh te co the belt ami the whl. Iil"
e sylana every available pnrstin law ls the only authority under wlch rand president atnd organazer of their --i--bs ad iHmbs were broken lke salon
ffth and every availaoorle prOd oards or review Or -eoiualization Ib J rftherwod. of Bollermakera ad [ro FIGHTING IN.BULLARIA. der sticks, and on, t nrm was torn al,
efth mbrd sixth floors were rwd related. The decision. was. rendered SIhipbull ers of America, In a stat -- most entirely from its o het,
Y member of the statute an In tie shape-of the state agailt thie pent issued today ays that the strike Clash Betweei Imperial Troops d ---- ----
r fends. city cotincll of Dayton. The case was oft the boilermakers of the Unfon P Inaurgnts. Cocaine Habit Causes Alarm.
Fell Five Stories, to test the old act for creation or city fc lnaF:agtrated on June 19, if3O. has Onntatttnople, Mly 2a.-ctltn-g Jrack-ou, Miss., May 25B.- Thle laram
ubout 10 o'clock the elevator, with boa f of review. The decs i on 1 been settled, the men being granstd occurred all day rsf lon.Tuisday ,'e5r ling growth ?f tho Co(alth hshilt among
Sof13 passengers, started for the baaea pn e grounrt that the new .att.all.l nrease and the Bulgarian y(llage of MOcvil, 6 -llo( the n0egroes -of Mlstiippli ha i,
aet room on the alxth floor When Ohio code has superceded the ol act. their tatons arxm a tged aoaki*ll y north of Moiastlr. -ted the necsity of thI next legi"
loor. was- reached it was found Ta. takes from councils all power of t bo ledide. ..A ympaithlet strik trtahis of the fight.- whh pr.esuteu. IAtte raking a ehuangi in tho law pro
Very 0laee6 was crowded, and the appo0intmes except to ita own satb s.: '44 out tl0e Sothe t. bly W0i .s between the Va .t forc e(di-g that the sale of the deadly dru
gers decded to go to the flft ordinates. The ,tte board of Ap- *"W n through" the influece o izt. i and Inturgent trendte, have hot-- bee s" thdoit the prtsrtpion of a pyici
'where t*AP4ncting was in prog. praiser and asemora -wilt make the. urn a conference 'was .~megeX received. 'A. Constitute .a felony lneatrh of
S" When; between the flih and appoIntments. 4 a n Ai: -e eA ed in this eity dtui d th T "e Ine1trgents aTe actIve in the hIa, i.~,rsdr!muanor-aN a at pr'- provitA'd
t roors, the steel cable napped urto Bira t f :s .. lh mounltaLin, southwest of- DJumt by tt statutes. b lq 5P, ,,ns of
ith a reboundrtg crash tha waa riesti, -r. ., y '' -oha .- the state tlho negro -pop"t.tit, In bi e
ltockws away, the cagve dropped C(art, of ..*ran ab .; ghals fia'I- loi .-.su .. i O CA iON.T Ti; ,' comuig almost demorallzt..)'.a,,oul -n
,t load of human freight. It .* .the state ourts o hto u nnUltth leae Rebels G"'ing M re Trou.:. of rh" h "it, arid d through the floor ''ove the thethe oN South Carolfn6 and eM Ma0on Wom Aeoudiof th lrdr MA 'May 25-4surgets bar violate the law by sefing te drug in
..appeared-4 t Iatan INttO. Ott A large. qusatlties WI Utt
tte'bDrduing, ad. wa.n stopped railroad to the Sou.therut"4lway. I. of Youa, Rigeby. peany o te D.-tan ortrge. Quant tes w, -pr ptionA
".et, : a ..., bet ., .&,
r !t t woood fet teww is aI.S t^ Soo- r cqirwd Mac, May Zo-s'fe court ool ad co-opera t loca coartab .l Strike Tie. Up Road,
*ai mmied ido th lwt Mrs EWe 0aon,. who kled 3. the .rovi,*,c o fssen i., Ftm o.f *. MomtrSh .s.treet railway eot .-
Midr j~,r4 'neid broket n ora $0 4dSte th. /Ci R lst lAeary twsto the M gindans, Ues sent a tect e t4 stri a at an early Xht-t tWml." anf,

5save 1i 1 ha 1 ac.t or *159.. t heis e was sed. ssl triat whettch' Is noW l prow a bwirkl4e4 addsonatl *p we ea roaat.h o oisa lom st-ly *a 601 wbheo








"t"tlhA, MAY 26, 1903


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09. 118 DECLARED WINNER
Home Treatment Wi
t s Cutest, o. ever, the
ortuat ppy Winng by Ouly j scription Has Broi
s Potiint-4,ophomore Exercsest H
:'M HI "a v "- Health to Hosts of
One of the most important features
of the commencement program of Intelligen4 and thoughtful women
bat Florida Seminary was the com- armnow using the best and moat re-
petilivedrill between companies A and liable of all scoring medicines, Paine's
3B of the young lady eademt, which 'Celery Compound, and are getting
Straspired on the college campus at; back nervous vigor, pure blood, bodily
4:P0'o'cloek Monday afternoon. Both strength, and a ruddy and clear eom-
spacious piazzasof the barracks were, plexion. The women of our land who
i M wded with visitors, and many car- silently suffer from female .I rregulari-
rifges were stationed outside the ties and dangerous ills, and who spend
. grounds. Schubert's Jacksonville or- fully half their time in misery, will
chs.tra was present, and tended to find in 'Paine's Celery Compound all
make the occasion more festive with the virtues and elements .that lead toi
sel t musec. I health and true -appiness. Paine's
The judges selected were Misses' Celery Compound possesses peculiar
; Mary Strobhar,Gertrude Cushman and powers for th1e strengthening of the
Fannie Endel. female organism. It braces the nerv-
Company A was the first to make its ous system, makes strong the weak
appearance. The company marched muscles of every important organ.


out into the open campus in magnifi- '"
cent form under command of Miss E. F. S. ELEVE FUNCTIONS.
Edith Baird. This company par-
ltipated in an excellent drill, display- The Price of Tickets to Banquet Will
lag fine work on the part of both com- be $2 Instead of $5.
pany and instructress. The company In its issue of Sunday The Sun, in
during the drill and its conclusion re- referring to the banquet and ball of
ceived hearty applause. the Eteve Association of East Florida
Company B, in command of Miss Seminary, stated that tickets to the
Susie floater. then appeared upon the banquet would be $5. This was an er-
es=OpasL They were greeted with en- ror, and should have read $2 per plate.
thusiastie applause. This company The tickets will be limited, and are go-
aloo gave a Ste exhibition drill, after ing rapidly, and those desiring seats at
which the Judget decided twenty-nine this function are requested to secure
points for Company B, and twenty- tickets at once from Dr. J. Harrison
eight points for Company A. Miss Hodges or W. 8. Broome.
Strobber, in behalf of the judges, The ball will not be held in the
complimented both companies for their opera house, as formerly, but for this
excellence. In a very neat and care- event the Seminary Hall will be used,
ful speech she rendered the decision through the courtesy of Superintend-
for Company B. Great applause and ent Guilliams of the Seminary.
college yells from both boys and The banquet will begin promptly at
girls greeted this decision. 9:46 at the Brown House, Prof. Guil-
Th* maneuvers of both companies liams stating that the exercises at the
were under tho supervision of Major college will be concluded by 8:30
W, L, Floyd. o'clock.
In the evening a large adlience GREATLY ALARMEDI
greeted the Sophomore class, the
members of which delivered some ex- By a Persistent Cough, but Perma-
cellent and eloquent orations, nently Cured by Chamberlain's
At 4 o'clock this afternoon there Cough Remedy.
will be an individual prize drill among Mr. 11 P. Burbage, a student at law
the cadets for a handsome silver cup, inu.Greenville, S. C., had been troubled
presented by the conmisioned officers; for four or five years with a contitnti-
of the corps. This contest promises tootis cough which he says, "greatly
be an enthusiastic and close one, as alarmed me, causing me to fear that I
all cadets are manifesti ng a deep in- was in the first stage of consumption."
terest in the matter. There will also Mr. Burbage, having seen Chamber-
be exhibition company drills, which lain's Cough Remedy advertised, con-
are destined to be very Interesting. cluded to try it. Now read what he
At half-past 8 o'clock this evening at says of it: "I soon felt a remarkable
the Seminary Hall, the Junior class change and after using two bottles of
will entertain their friends with ora- the twenty-five cent size, was perma-
tions. neatly cured." Sold by all druggists
Sm ., ,and medicine companies.
Schubert's orchestra has been en-
gaged by Superintendent Guilliams. CtIANGE OF SCHEDULE.
They arrived yesterday, and will fur-
nish music qt all festivities during the Atlantic Coast Line Offers an Excep-
remainder of commencement week. tional Service to Savannah.
Too Great a Risk. Taking effect Sunday,. the Atlantic
In almost every neighborhood some- Coast Line inaugurated a new and con-
one has died from an attack of colic or venient schedule. The service now
cholera morbus, often before medicino opened by this line will prove a great
could be procured or a physician sum- convenience and be greatly appreciated
moned.- A reliable remedy for these by the traveling pt.tlic. Theinaugur-
diseases should be kept at hand. The the traveling l. The inaugur-
risk is too great fo' any one to take, ation of a new, fast train. leaving here
0haimblrlain'a Colic, Cholera and at 11:40 a. in. and arriving at 9:30 p.
Dia-rrho a Relmedy hts undoubtedly m., making close connectioti for Al-
sliaved the lives of ore peoplh anid re-1 biny, hlrunswick, Montgoniery, At-
lieved more pain anid suffering than
any other medicine in use. It can al-. iti and other points east and west,
ways be depended upon. For sale by %will prove a great help to the travel-
all druggists and mnedieine companies, gi public. Other changes art as fol-
Accidce.ttlly Shot His Wife. lows: Leave .2:,'.- p. ni. for Jackson-
T'Vr tio. (a.. May 2.- ~Whiie H, villie, 12:37 p. im. for Tiunipa. :.0 p. m.
lnso.::' P vr n1 rlna, rg l ti,an gtr f tl for Hligh Splrings, 3 :25 p. ill. for Mica-
1P ?!.ina Lu].tliit .C c'oli ipaniy, at Pi10'a l.ll, 1opy, 1
Ga.. v,as c~lanii'ii la t ;,Utol, it wai ac. Children in Peril.
tdentaly .harge. the ball st:lk- Soime of the most anxious hours of a.
Ilg his wife tIna ti h ral, inlittItig n n m other's life are those when the little
.alnul wonind, Mr. a.nd Mrs. P-er.
kias left for Attis~s. where they will ones have the eroup. oly' Hony
emati until '.r. I'rki!is fully reov. and Tur is a saft autl elective renmedy,
ore fro-m- fr ho wnie l ln. which is not. rathat never fails. "My boy would have
ead f.tr woid. whih is not rodied frontrinllranieous eroli i if It had
guarded liotbeen for Foley's Honey and Tar,"
writes ( W. .n lh of Wilheter, Id.
"Grewod Bank Sutpends. Sold by \. BVIhalatce sdiruig store
Oclutti6ta, S C., May 25.-T e City ----..........-...... -...
fBnk of i(reenowood, with a capital Courtmartial Acquits Hartman.
stock of 80,0000, suspended payment Manila, May '25.-The verdict In tlth
Wlednawd : Th:. neir was as as- eourtniarn l of Captain Carl F. Hart.
-toutndinlng as 1*'a. unexpected. Not SiMann,of the signal corps, charter with
even thLe 1ret5 ,,wer aware of the ibettlemeint of government property
peeling eAAb *'li. Int.. a t 'lnd honorable acqutttaL


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ith the Famous Pre-

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health. Mrs. M. A. Morris, Tiltop,
Ark., writes for women as follows:--
"I was afflicted with the whites and
irregular menstruation, and tried sev-
eral doctors, but found no relief. A
lady friend of mine advised me to try
Paine's Celery Compound. I used two
bottles of your great medicine, and
I am now a sound woman, and I give
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L.will forever praise Paine's Celer7
Compound, it did me so muoeh good.




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ScuoiDUL mErrscrA APRIL 12. ilSs.

s7 1 561 1 SOUTHN DIVISION I
9 3 a 9 00 p 2 10 py ......... ....... J -kon nyllde................Aitlo 0 a 7 15 5 t,


l0 t5 9 54 P 50pW .....................Bldwin.................... l10 u1 i 6 io a 4
ii 4t 11 34 p 4 p ....................Wado .................... 8 a!t 4 4a a
12 P.. .....4 piAr........... GAINE8VILLE ........Lv 7 53a l
I . p ...-.. 4 5.p Lv......... ... ........ .. ... Ar 17 3 .. ....... .
...... ... 7 45 pAr.................Cedar Key............. Lv, 5 15 sa ....
S s pl- B -.. ...... S Lv............ .... r f . ........ .. ..
S... .. ..... ....... ..... woo ..... .............
15pi ...... ............... DdeOl t ................. .. ...... i i
i5 I 4 p 5 6 5 ........ ...................Plait City........... .. .....1' o t
7 01 I ..........................Paeto................. ....... i 7
7 p1 48 a ....... ............. ...Mlatee .............. .. 9 i 7p a-
7 45 12 p .... .. ...... ..............Sarasota ..................... .....i 7 a 0 t
OO PV 8 4a aC...-....Ar.... .. .............Tampa................. L.i......p1 9 00 a


NORTH A D AST 1 84


Lv Jacksonville...........
Ar Pernandina.......... .
Ar BrOnswiek.............
Ar Cavanlab.............
Ar Fairfax..................
Ar Denmark...............
Ar Columbia............
Ar Camden............
Ar Hamlet...........
Ar Wilmington...........
Ar Southern Pines.........
Ar aleih. ...............
Ar Portsinoutb...........
Ar Richimond, Va.
Ar Washiuston............
Ar Baltimore ..........
Ar Philadelphia...........
Ar New York.............


l 0p 5a 00 p
12 01 p to% P1.
I lOp 11 6 ......
OOp l a ......
So 7p ao .......
53DP SBWi... ...
7 40ip a......
95p 806&ai.......
. .. 0 p i....

11 53p l046a|......
e686 $i2pi ......
,o a ap ...i
A 1iP e 04a ... ...


WEST AND NOW ORLEANS 56 :
-.v Jackon'vRlle.................
Ar laken C .-............... ... p R681
Ar l rveOak .................. 65pi2. pwp
Ar Madeion.. ..........:.... 75
Ar Moneeo..................... ..i0pa S15p
Ar Talwhar e.................. 90 325p
Ar Quiny. ................. ..... 417p
Ar River Juntion............. 06p
Ar Pensacol ...................... ...... p
Ar Moble ........... ........ 56
Ar Nw Orlan................... ......1 7 5
Lv Jackonvill........... ...... .7 4t.p
r Macon.......................
Ailanta......... .. ......... .... 72:1,
Chatlanooga ................... ...' ; iop
Nashvlle....................... .. ...... 655p
St- Louis ............... .......... 625a
Chicago ................... ........ 9 15a


Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 81, except
Saturdays, from Gainesville. 4 I 9
Train No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
Tampa Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Washington. Vesti-
buled day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe-,
dining car service from Jacksonville.
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tween Jacksonville and New York.
No. 55 connects at Starke for LaCrosse, Alachua, Willeford, Wannee and
intermediate points, and at Arcner with Early Bird branch.
Nos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays
and Thursdays, 11 p. nm.%n
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On sale unet. 'td o July 1vtt. Goodx tore- ,.
turn uti .tl A l e St.t tJot. iver ne
Throuiah i'ullimn kleeliing card tihbethween ...... aBetwee, JACKSONVILLE and I SAyFORD
J isL .on, At n att St g at ,alatka, Astor, St. Francis, Beresford (Debaud). and Intermediate
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through, lluni.rn sleii'lng e, ar daily b~t ween "
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tra('l line betweenn ChtieOWO i ib d e Owhio-
ivTr. 1 ri lrs.tii., tickets atn, TP t- Is appointed to sail as fohows:
vlet.s lass Leaves Jacksonvrille 8:80 p. m. Sunday, Tuesdidays and Thursdays.
SFRED I ., MILLER, T P. A., Lea es Sanford -9:30 a. m. Mondays, Wedi esdays and Fridays.
No. IBlruwi dg*.,. Atlanfa, Ra. e udown. SCHU L ULE Northe,':
--'. ._Leave 3:30 pm. . .Jacksonille.......Arrive a
Saen ire A8 : pa ........ -.... .. Palneks....................Leave :( ~
Noti'i hert lentha 3 .1oam............... .... .Astor.......... .. ...:
June. )t. I l1.sa, I I to d it.o t,, ,r+. ii" ,.4.:30) am...;.,............st. Francis....................I :01) p,,,
tlorida. at hi- o.,3ioe In t.he lt tf si. o .it.i .... ..... Beresford (DeLAnd) ". -,- .: 'i
for auhorito e that crtiti iee. prrcel rrire :30, am ..... ..........Saord "." 9 ) n
lI d tract Of t-l.siW situate U1t the Count ot.y A.Xi- ..... .... -_ ," ........ ," -_ ., "_ -
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1ER RETIRES

SOwx Hst is Name
PcPoniU Retired List.


'ER MILITARY PROMOTIONS

1pi1 hn N. Bradshaw to be Col-
i.ie Of the Second Regiment, and
*ptain Frank X. Schuller Promoted
be Major of the First Battalion.
"ter twenty-five years 'of consecu-
e service in the Florida militia,
I. Irving E. Webster, commanding
eSecond Regiment, F. S. T., has been
aed on the retired list. General
er No. 12, issued from the office of
ljutant-General Foster under date
May 21, is as follows:
tIn accordance with the provisions 'ck
nation 25 of the military code, Col-
el Irving E. Webster, 2nd Infantry,
;at his own request, placed upon the
hired list.
ilitary Record-Colonel Irving E.
ebster enlisted in the Gainesville
ards, an independent company of,
'itia, at Gainesville, Florida, in July
878, and was commissioned second
tenant of that company February
'1882. Promoted first lieutenant
hber 23, 1883. Promoted captain
sust 30, 1885. Enlisted in the
ida State Troops, commissioned
ain and assigned to the command
,ompany A, 2nd Battalion, June
887,and served three years. Again
issioned captain of the Gaines-
SGuards, an independent company
lunteer militia, in which position
served until November 10, "i'01,
he was again commissioned cap-
in the Florida State Troops and
ed to command Company A,
,Battalion. Promoted major and
ned to command of the Fourth
lion May 30, 1893. Commissioned
enant-colonel of 1st Florida In-
ry, United States Volunteers,
19, 1898. Commissioned colonel
1i Infantry, Florida State Troops,
at 18, 1899.
Commissions have been issued
Following named officers and they
signed as follows:
rint Brigade-Colonel Charles P.
11, to be brigadier-general, with
f romt May 18, 1903.
rat Infantry-Lieutenant-Colonel
n W. Sackett, to be colonel, with
from May 20, 1903; vice Lpvell,
9ted. Major John S. Maxwell, to
utenant-colonel, with rank from
20, 1903; vice Sackett. promoted.
Sin* Frank J. Howatt, to be
r of the lqt Battalion, within rank
May 20, 1903; vice Maxwell, pro-
d.
Ijor John N. Bradshaw, to bo col-
with rank from May 20, 1903;
Webster, retired. Captain Frank
chuller to be major of the 1st
alion with ranik from May 20,
; vice Bradshaw, promoted.
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JUSTICE COLMAN'S COURT.
esse James Arraigned Upon a Charge
of Aggravated Assault.
A colored lad sailing under the illus-
rious cognomen of Jesse James was
rraigned in. Justice Colman's court
yesterday upon a charge of aggragvated
assault. Tmhe harge was preferred by
Joe Floyd another negro who is well
known in court circles, who stated that
Jesse cameupon hinm with ada'geroua
cooking knife. Jesse testified, how-
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nd that he "flung a brick" at him,
striking him in the jaw and breaking
the brick). Witheasse verified this
statement, and the defendant was dis-

For Those Wh6,'l4ve or( Farrfrs.
SDr. ,Bergi., a'.n it iwrite.s 14
ave used Balarda Snow Linimelt;
Iways reeomniedi4 it to my friends, ,a
-Sm confident there isno better eiade.
Sisa dandy for burns." Thos who
6e on farm are espeeiall^t.bie to'
Y U acidenttal cuh .. briita Lnd
lie, which heal *rapidly whn 13a1-.
't* Snow Linfment ie applied. It
I.d .lw as be kept iu the ho.s' fo
oIS nacy. 25c, s and We a
"Coll


OF


Mrs. B Badshaw, of
Outhrie, Okla., cured of a severe
case by Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound.
A great many women buffer with a
form of ln1diestion or dyspepsia which
does not seemr to yield to ordinary
medical treatment. While the symp-
'tomns -en- to be similar to those of
ordinary indlifestion, yet the Udiwl-
cines univorm;lly prescribed do not
seemr to ric.tore the patient's normal
condition.
MIrs. Pi7i~k.ham claims that there
is .a kind oi dyspepsia that is caused
by deramng--ient of the female organ-
ism, nnd whvi turbance similar to ordinary indiges-
tion, cannot be relieved without a
medicine which not only acts as a
stomach tonic, l)ut has peculiar uterine-
tonic effects as well.
Thousands of testimonial let-
ters prove ICbeyond question that
nothing ill relieve this distress-
Aig condition so surely a sLydia
E. Pikiham's Vegetable Com-
po4;i.dI It always/works in har-
mony with the female system.
Mrs. Plinkhant advises asick
women free. Address Lynn, Mass.

SERIOUS QUESTION ARISES.
May Involvq Validity of Rawailan "*Log-
islation.
EIonolulu, May 25.-(By Pacific Ca.
ble, to the Assocla1ted Press)-A seri.
ous question involVing the validity of
all legislation enacted in the Hawalian
Islands since 1900 has: been brought
to light by the department of public
worlk, Henry E. Cooper who refuses
to act on the regulations of the re-
cently adopted county government act
on the ground that the act was unedn-
stitutitonal.
Cooper claims that the act la Inval;
id 'by the fact that the legislature pern
mitted the use of the Hawaiian lan.
guage during Its dellherations, whicb
Cooper h'lds wa i proh'lit.oId by fi, ( .
gress In the territorial government act.
CHINESE ATTACK AMERICANS.
United Mtates Consul at Hankow Askl
For Gunboat.
Tlen Tsln, via San Pranrmciaro, May
24-Tho Am.erican consul at Hankow
telegraphed for a gunboat on reTelpt
of the report that a number of Amer-
lean engineers 'belonglog to the Can,
ton-Hankow railroad had been attacR,
ed by aba 40 Chnese, some miller
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GAINESVILLEK
High Springs, Newberry and Inter-
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.oala, Leosburg and Tampa, and
Intermediate Points


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North, East and West
High Springs, Waycross, atvanlah, Hirumiswick,
Albany, Atlanta, all P'oints North, East West


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7:20 pm in :30 a)m
Daily lligh Springs )il v
ex. Sunday ex. Sutiday
Interchangeable Mileage Ticketi, good over 18.(X) rniiles of among the pri-a-
cipal railways mn the Southern States, are on sale by the principal sagnts,
Through Pullman sh kel er Port Tampas to New Yori, via Atlantic (oust
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J. A. UUUODW
Boer Colonies In Mexico, Address:
Bl Paso, Tex.,. May 25.-eneral J. FRANK.C. BOYLSTON, Com'l Agt..,
D. Joubert and Captain W. S. O'Don.i 188 W. Myty t. Astor Bni
nell, promoter of the Boew colony, at H. M. EMERSON, Traf. Mgr.,
Tmnaulipas, Mexico, Are here after Wilmington, N. C.
closing the contract with a syndicate ... .....
tat will furnish the financesen for the FOi SPECIAL TAX isT0I6 Ts.
edlony. Thla Is the second Boer col. For the purpose of election three (3) trusteeN
ony to be planted in Mexico. Thime therefore and dietermnilf the rate of Itoiliawe
Boers will occupy 83,00al acres. The l-1to ne stetled tad (o)- t 5 t0aeen or tm
-snext .mFtceei(lng two (2) yetrs thtereiftcr.
syndicate In Mexico will bring people elections wili be held on 'uliatiday. Juie 10,-
fMI. In ile following special tax districts, to6
from Africa, let them have lmplements,. Wi n : olowi Meea tx drcts t
lIve f.rock and give then credit at their Arredondo- Inpiectors.: Smith, D. a.
I / Iltrvar-. W, .W ie.hlle. lerk.
i "ores. t o" _elle I.-tis#(,! .--.-.-- /" linr A. '. Kolley, clerk,
I a( rot w J11'i8 .Intr t: ,ki. Joiner, 1,,. '.
Flames Wipe Out Town. Ostron. J. T.sreokes, Jlirn.'
CrippHI CMy' rk A. C1ole., May 25.-Yrhe Archer- kapeterw, .1. J. T. temning.. 1. S.
C\iri. 1), Wood. il erk.
town of Altman, on top of hilll hill, Manitot .... [nseotor,: J. D. Watkin, J. W,
v'. almost totally destroyed. by fire Carter. .1. W. Smith. tlerk.
that started early today In the Altman' Towo(enrd. M.Jl'. M.into Jh, ot,-rk.
hotel. The ftremen's ho was cutl lawthornle)rM: W. S. MOor, i. 0.
and It La isb lived the fire waq of In..-' Al chrl- .III.t eetirk': %V- If Pope, c. A.
oendiary 'origin. The COripple Cre'k 'W WP-amnO. .s. Fuh,. erk.
fire departmnett responded .and ~ y. %V S.e. K. (oii.<
flames were 1)nally checked by blow g 1,UatjViIe. t ,ip cor: D ,A.r 14obertMs~i, J,
Craw f,04 d. .1, A. 'IaIfoer, .:hrl.
up several buildings with dynamiite. srob V iw..etor*, W I Harry. M. M.
.'* ,_ ..L._ ;, ... *......... I M a I''. P, ISern ci,.-r'oai. (lfrrk
Oranw'-te-b-, A Wh.' f, K. Jolly,
SDoesn'l Respect OldAKPA ilHrries 0 k. JM
It's shameful when ybuth fails to a A. letsor. i,. ,r
show proper respect fot id age, but. oiSy puW (r C"' cole." w' J.
J ut the contrary in the case of .r. Camritviic lIpewcters: J. A Maultaty i.
iKig's Nebt Lift Pills. They cut off $stokes. J."tJ. iret Wer. ":
milad,ies.no matter bhw and ;rrespect- s Kthu. haewmterl.. c er
lie of old age. Dyspepaia, Jaundice, N bewberTy -lrpectors: W. J Harry. Arrh
Fever, GCns-tipation al yield to this Aert W. H Tucker, clerk.
p6 1 I oven at a. ia. amo reseatt sunwt.
perfect lPi 25e. at all drug stores. .By older of theO krd o' < 'illta Iptruct,,
................................... thit 0e oa (d aya t M ay. IlM.
Fatal Explosiono Steatner, AL.W.. t ..EES, ,1WAY.
SQuxebec. Qtue,, May 25.---T$he st eaMber Se0. and Supt.
Cohan from 14ydney for Montreal was At-.. 'TRAT- ....
Ladly damaged by asn explosion tli No tll herebyr ten-hatbix-,onta after
i Three lives ere loust. tl* P ses roof1 5duofl -
__ .........* _O r W. C,. J eiSana,eee W apty
th ar t.Judge'rof Al sh w couty ,I-

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goSe. AddreI THE DAILY SUN.
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WASHINGTON LETTER.
(From Opr Reular correspondent.)
Washington, May 23, If fur-.
,thar evidence were needed that
Postlaster General Payne was
seeking by every means at his com-
eand to prevent the revelations of cor-
r(ption in the Postoffice Department,
it has been furnished by his treatment
of the charges of eymiour Tulloch,
formerly leahier of the Washington
city postoffice. When Telloch's
charges, which had been prepared at
the special request o the Postmaster
General, were received Mr. Payne
characterized them as "ihot air," a'
"stump speech," "nothing but words,"
eto. Taking the verdict of the Poe t-o
master General the public was pre-


t.rpe. to ta.L+ nnpdia1 steps.
Tihe United states si to he, sta094"
*k of purity 'for ll tf .d pr4o0.tSi.
This "'o s it 4 ,fm there;;
,noced prqltstfsii 'b thearic
a ppot heriaton t bi, b-IW AIRterdlI
the Eeeretat4y of Ai att 4 o
junet ion 6ith 'the uagrikchitral elieeav
its of the country, to pecribe and,
Make public suach ab standard for tis
use of the various .Atates and, t1411
contie of the country. Already three
sections' of this standard have been
prepared and are ready for promulga.
tion, They refer to meat and
meat products, milk and milk ipro!
duct and. spices and condiment '.
Work on the others is now in hand and
eventually the United States will have
a purity standard invulnerable as that
of weight and measures. This stand-
ard has long been advocated by eham-
p'cns of the pure food esuse, beo ha.
been defeated by th(. friends of adul-
terations, etc., in Gohgress, and ouly
because the legislation was surrepti-
tiously inserted in an appropriation
bill was its enactment secured.
Some remarkable figures regarding
pension applications have been pro.e
pared by JAension Commissioner Ware.
These show that over 22 per cent of
the men enlisting for service in the
Spanish war havelllied application for
pensions and this, notwithstanding the
fact that less than 10 per cent saw
actual service. Thirteen thousand
pensions have been allowed thus far,
18,185appliat4ons have been rejected.
and 34,210 claims are still pending.,
New applications are, moreover coming
in daily by the hundred and it ia esti-
aited that before the close of the fis-
cal year fifty per cent of the men so
enlisted will have filed applications.
Some of the experts in the pension of-
icee assert that unless the brakes are
speedily and effectually applied the
cost of pensions growing out of the
Spanish war will exceed that for the
war of '60-'84.


paired to believe that Mr. Tulloch had The government is going ahead with
filed to make good his charges. Then, its preparations for the establishment
in defense of his position, Tulloch of a naval base at ,Ouantanamo with
made public his statement and the every confidence that the treaty now
public was amazed to find that his pending will be ratified. This work
charges were of most serious import proceeds with.the sanction of the Cu-
and ,were accompanied by abundant ban government, which is taken to
detail. Later the Postmaster General augur the ultimate success of the
announced that in any instance where treaty, although it may not be finally
he could ascertain that" alleged emr- ratified before next year, 'possibly not
ployes of the department had enjoyed until after the Cuban reciprocity
a sinecure, performing no work, which treaty goes into effect. The question
Tulloch alleged in a number of in- of sovereignty over the Isle of Pines
stances the department would inine- ha now become involved and there is
diately begin prosecution to recover a faction in the Cuban Congress which
the salaries paid. While im its face believes that both subjects should be
this appeared to be aht expr .,on of treated in one convention. Mean-
great virtue, the iiptwetors r) .ughast while,-the surveys of the land site and
at the annoutnctmn4it, which'h.-i- say the channels leading to Giantanamo
will inea1 the libsOticte closing of (evrry harbor are being completed.
avenue of information that night have The question of the disposition of
remained open to them. i wi l i e re. som ororduance which belonged to
1'qlled that, when Mr. Payne removed Spain, but was not removed from Cu-
liin, a step which the inspectors ban forts, is occasioning some trouble
looke [-. ,As absolutely essential, be- to the St'ate and War departments.
cause it wo ij give employs suffl- 1Spain failed to remove these gu.ps
ent confide o eabl th inspect- during the occupation by. the United
or to get. Inform tion from them, the States because she hoped this country
Postmaster Gene il immediately took would buy them. The United States
'ocasion to disch rge an employe who did not want them and now Cuba
hadn do c harg which he could not claims the title, which claim Spain
substantiate, a to nullify tle efct disputes. _____
of Machenls' r noval, Now, ay ihe
inspectors, th Postmnaster General Inasmuch as that great and mem-
has rendered their efforts futile by orable occasion of the nation's birth-
Shis latest Pro i9iainmento. The ques- day, the Fourth of July, is growing
tion every oi is asking is, "Will the nearer every day, our citizens should
Prosiddit action this sort of pro- come together in the matter of cele.
Scbodings ?at,titt isatitted that only rating the event. Ocala, Palatka,
the r~~\v~b e Pou Iaster (Gn-- -ake City and other progressive towns
$ 6 Wbdl ld effITaCe To ilmpressiou lhe are demonstrating their energy by,
b iab studiously erteatedt, itha, every prepartig for the day, and we should
pears(n who iiilparts infornuition re- not bu found wanting or slow in this
gardnlig the scandal will get into tri)u- direction: In order to secure eoxcur-
:ble. siou rates overthe various railroads,
A ocording to ih nwmorial which will so'ne atctioli should be taken at once.
be presented to th l'r'residtia i oi his A iAprgraim iif exorciaes should atso be
return from le W'st' thirty-ti re' arraifLged, and gltogetler the day
trusts are squeezingt ho lite! out of a situilId b e fittingly celelirrhted in
Important industry, the mianufactire a ai asville,
of agricultural mauiahinry. T'rre is, ..
it seems, one agricultural miaethitury State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
traiust which, because it mnities thlev ore, Lucas Countly. 88.
and provides the raw material "rom Frn i .ll1. Cheney intaks otath tlat ho
which it makes its products, is igde. senior partner of thl firm of F. J.
S'pendent of the trusts and it tmakves o90 Cheuy ;& Co., doin kg busit0i~s in Aihe
per cet of the agricultural machinery (tlo of Toledo, Couwt litnWlStnte afore-
Sof thi country. The reimining 10i per sid nl nd that said firni will pay One
ent. isnmade by various independent lltundredl)ollars for each and every
L.d.mpkt ues and these are the Presid- ease of OCatarrh that cannot be cured
eont's petitioners, The liet of thirty- by the use of Hall's Cl.tarrh Cure.
three trusts to, which these indepen-: F^IANK CIiENY.
dent manufacturers clhtji tihey niusV ,Sworn tu beforeme n' tld subscribed
.1,in t ZtrlI' presenee, this fifth ditay of l)e-
pay "tribute" is too loit .for repro. comber, A I). i h ofDe-
Sductiouh ere. 'he petitioncra claim ' .. ,. ,
that these trust. hlve put the p. r _0 $otary Pubi .
'on everythingujthy 'have to bu, "ar-
bjttarily and un'piethly ,' t0 they all's Catarrh qure is taken intern-
S ,be beco .e .Pa o wr ernrande0 .ber -alrly,: and acmdieotiyon the blood and
Sth largMc 00 6 onoems. Te l ay this"' ueous surfaces,, the syste lt Send
dU eco fA price .V Co. Toledo, O.

Us A 1 by' ll :Os rthet, -


e9aJ


Sw t Uw l t li m ore.
tory aVs o. i .tn o. Si n Of PWoTvted C like
~J~ltt Roosevelt will ,~ ~ pat~eiecela cshausted, audthewry aight oftlUla,, ,ilylooking
a 'sing place *s yon irritable, dspondent ad dspeate.
t t7 l' "e Itn f the ...n.... sorW oolis A c i sores th vybstid e that your bloo is in an unhealthy
: Sl re ener and impoverishedcofditioni that your stittio i inakng down undeli
dQetat of the cai^dlacsy of os merury or potash, will sometime so pollute and vitiate the blood aind im-
velt At the Ohio RepibUla i pair the general system that the merest scratch or bruise results in obstinate
Posineter geera 'non-healing sores of the most ofteasive character,
Postmster. Genera a4 Often aninherited taintbreake out in frightful eating soree upon th limbs
cpte(e resignation of aor ace in old age or middle life. Whenever a sore refuses to heal the blood
Te nssee carrier. Pa00e wUl ne is always adult and, while antiseptic washes sales, soaps and powders
'ablish tht'route.' can dormuch.to keep down the inflammation and clease the sore, it will
Abusive letters are ing re i ed ie er heal pe inanently till the blood itself has beet iutrified and thedeadly
by Cbunt C&tii, the Ssuala anmb., ger sand poisos destroyed, and with S. S. thiicanbe a ishd-the
saIdr at WasWhi 'tos o e s .of ia 'polluted blood is purified and invigoted.and when
s n d rich,pureblood is ataincirculating freelythroughout
statement regarding the Jews s the body the flesh around the old sore begins to take
Governor Bockham, of Keetucky, hasl on a natural color, the discharge of matter ceases
sent troops.to Jackson to gurt the and the place heals over
court whi!e the grcnd jury t. invest S is both a blood purifier and tonic that puts your blood in order
gating the Marcum assassnation., ad at the same time tones up the system and builds up the eneral health.
The riots in Agram, Hung Ty. eoo, If you have a chronic sore write us. No charge for medical advice.
tinue. It is said thit 38 rebels we. AT A
hanged aid 40 shot In one day.
The situation in the Balkans appears
to be critical. The Albanians refs C o ast y
to accept the reform plan of th -pow
era. The spirit of rebeUllion is tro A -
iD many Turkish provinces
Gould Not in the Deal. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect April II, 1903.
New York. May 25.--George J. Gould NOETHU O .
SOUTHBOUND-RE1AD D0 NODTHOWN.-EXOUP.
In an interview here denied that he1
was secreily interested In a protest I No.. -o.29 T. .NS. N, o..78
to reach the Pacific coast by a llv Daily. Daly. Daly. y.
ff'om Sat.lt Lake City. Mr. Gould alao 9 v .Jaonvlle..........Ar T: 7 3
said he had not a dollar invested h. 9.k ......... .......o:aeknv:..........Lv7 0 ,
any railroad project west of Ogden. sp 0 4.......-.... .tAugtine......... .....6 00 0a m
J 1 11 8 ................... i:ngs .................. .... t t .
In Ia. ......... l'latks ....................
Murdered Girl's Body Pound. 7 l Ar...............Pattka............Lv 4
Oullford, In&, May 25--,ae 'body C I -5 L.. ............PalJUka ....., ..:..ArC 65 i CP g Z
of 'Miss Rosa Kaiser, of Manchester, L a .. t..... ........an Ma o.............. ..
was found In Tanner's creek today; P pIp LV..................oga.................. o
l 2.Slp P ........I........R ttuonelis................... 0 pii'
her skull had been crushed and heot .o ... ni..............nupot..................... 4 p ---,
hwce 6ruised and gashed. Her fath. I L ip I .................. Ormond ........::: ......... ::::: I p
r is still in a critical co ltion ......... D ytona .................I... : s i-.
th attac oll the untalown nerro .Op 0p .................New ana..................
the _atack Of the uzanown ne ro. t1 p0................ ortew _Wr.n&.................. 2 a


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Situated on the Jacksonville and
Sou thweitvrn, railroad,. eleven ii les
noip f the town of Alachua. Stfag
eai 21*phurt I Floridat. 'CtAt hel.u-
matisni, Kidney and tomlach trouble.
Fine fishing and huntilpg. FIrfitola
,tble fare., atm'W" por vft k. 1 r,
ba 1" -*;ha, *" u,^ ^'''e .^ ~


S pA P..... .......... tasvll i.................. a I .am
O1O C 055P 356 P..............Tituavillo............... 18 p 3I.....
V --. ......................... ca.................. lp O
< p aop' ..............Rockledge..................... I 1ap ( ) 4
m 6 a 4 p", ........ ........auGalie................... 1 1 i^Mp OM,
S p ...................... Melburne..................... 1 2 ,aa I0
-1 9 A 4531.................... ebastan................... 1 1
CI. 23 ... .......... ...... St ............. .... .. ... X _
s 2 a2* P ..................Ft. Plercen.. ........ 1 ap 1, aN O
S S W & ..11 ......... ...... Tibb ls ............ .......... 9 e -.
a B a s O p ...................... .St .artn.......... .... ....... 5p T 45
S.................. J nsen ..................... ipl sa Z -4
.Srt.at I...........P
ScS ua p P.................. b e S ound.............. ... 8 10 pa S
ea upiter .................... t P *n o. .4
S 2A glP.. ...........Wesalm Beah ................
u S5a 0 ...................Boynton ............ ... .... ip a 40
SX a 8 p ......................Delray.................... 702p 8 0a :
W 1w 6 9 08p.............. . Lauderdale................ 800 6 a
S2a a 9 Sp ................... Hallandale................. 5 31 745a z
8la .1 L . ................1 0 Lemo1 City .... ...... .. 5 l.) l
0 1O S Ar .................. Miami ........... ..a... ..: T. Isa .
0SH3E.DULBS OP BRANCH LINES.
1ANOFORD BRANCH. ORANGE CITY" BU.&O1 .
SSTATN S. No1 ;2 filo. 3 il. I STATION' I' .4
f a ......... Tltusvi lle .........ArI 1 so p l I I ' "-
II a.a Lv............Mims..........Ar I It 33 p 10 10aaLv..N. Snyrna..ArI 19 0w
80 a Lv........... teenn ............ Arl 5 a ll p l121aI.v.i'I-lef en:Ar, p la g I
65ta Lv.... Enterprise........Aril BOS 25 It83 Lv O-anrCity.ArJp It
' a' Ar.......... .Tnfrd 11 00 SO a 11 45 r A r.. .VityJc.. Lv 1 0V 55
0o. 31 Nd. 21 No.19 No. 17 N---- -' N -20'
Sunday Sundayl 'I Dally MXAYPORT BRANWCoH. I. Su. N.- 12
only. I only. "le' x.Sun I _____,__y. .-I Otk. aily.
op 1005a 0 p a Lv........Jacksonville .......A .. 7 N 1
I- 103 lsa e08p p88BLv....8o.Jack vile 9...L .... 7V a S IP
p 106s 40pp 0 9 aLv ........ Pablo Be-ch ....... Lv ...' 7-(at 1 a p
iOp 100a 645 p 9 14a Lv......Atlantic Beach....Lv1 .... 475)a a t4
03 p 11o0a 700p 9801u1 Ar....... ..Mayport .. ....... "... 145 1 l 4 pp
These Time Tables show the ti m, at which trail's naity be exe Wt'r4 to arrtiveand depart
from the several stations .but their arrival or departure at th. tli rea sated is not guaranteed.
nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or ar.y consequence aritsi lngth-

KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
PENSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP COUNECTIO, S AT MIANI.
In Effect April 16, 1903.


SOUTH SOUND. I
I rMlaamlBun.,Thur.......................S0, al IL
A1 Key West Sun., Thur............. 11 o. A
SyWet.iSun.hThar ................ ii op L
4x a Mon.,4rt.-,................ ...... 0 a A


-V Ha ana Mon., ...... .. .
r y i t -1. .....9......... St
Miami 3'e 3. 0p',.....,......... 8 b P


For oopy of Loal ime Card or other l:tornat,j.n aidl-e's any Agent.
J. D. RA BR, Aset. QGn. Pass. unt., ST. AuGUBTINU, FLA.
NO'TE-In order to make connection at Orange City. Junction with Atlante Cost Line
Train No. 35. the trains operated on the Orange Ct branch known as Nos. 3 and 4 wl run on
the tollowini schedule Cooimenoluir May 4, 1903: "
No. ,3-Leave New Swyurna-......... pin No. -Leave Oranae City. Jucn. .4 Wpm
Arrive Orange Cty......... .425 Leave Orange City .......... 4
Arrive Orange City Junc'..420 bt Arrie New Syrna......... 6Ipm

MQ ozLE s


LEM~conF ELIi IR
Regulates the Liver, Stomach, Bowels and Kidneys.
For biliousness, constipation and nmatlaria.
For indigestion, sick and nervous headache.
For sleeplessness, nervousness, heart failure, and nervous prostration.
For fever, chills, debility and kidnce diseases take Lemon Elixr.
Ladies, for natural and thorou gh organic regulation, take Lemon Elixir
)0 cents and $1.(0 a bottles at druggists.
Prepared only by Dr, II. Mosley, Atlanta, Ga.

GRATITUDE.
,Dr. H. MoAthy.-Dear Sir: Sidee using your Lemin Elixir I have never had
another attack f those fearful sick headaches, and thank God that I have a
last found a nimediine that will cure those awful spells.
SPfarersburg, V. Va. MRS, ETTA W. JON$.



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W P. P tttWi Claims DiS-
Intin of Sippij First Car.

TH"EY'. "WENT Y, EXPRESS
|hp!rent Comprised Four H4undred
Orates of Well Developed Fl uit, and
ls the First Solid Carliad of Canta,
,: loupes This Season.
Alachual county wil segCqre the
credit for the first solid.carload of oan-
taloupes shipped from the State this
season; W. P. Shettleworth, one of
the most extensive growers in this sec-
Stion, will enjoy the distinction, and
the Southern Express Company enjoy-
'ed the profit of freight.
The car consisted of four hundred
orates of well developed, finely flavor-
ed cantaloupes, which will more than
likely bring good returns in the East-
ern markets, where they were con-
signed.
Notwithstanding that announcement
was made that the first car would move
from Ocala, and the consignee would be
a tracker by the name of MoDuffy, this.


shipment failed. A shipment of one
hundred rates -was made, however,
and MoDuffy would have out. the en-
,tire carload shipment had he not been
advised that the fruit was too green,
and that it would be advisable to wait
ateW days. This gave Shettleworth
the distinction of the first car.
It is bel eved that the movements in
carload lots will begin about the 1st
'prox., and will be rapid and heavy un-
til the crop is exhausted, which will
be aboutit July 15.
A Physician. Healed.
Dr. Geo. Ewing, a practicing physican
of Smith's Grove, Ky., for over thirty
years, writes his personal experience
witch Foley's Kidney Cure: "Foryears
I had been greatly bothered with kid-
ney and bladder trouble and enlarged
prostate gland. I used everything
known to the profession without relief,
until I commenced to use Foley's Kid-
ney Cure. After taking three bottles
I was entirely relieved and cured. I
prescribe it no* daily in my practice
and heartily recommend its use to all
physicians for such troubles. I have
prescribed it in hundreds of eases with
perfect success." Sold by W. C. Wal-
lace's drug store.
WORTHINGTON NOTES.
kuany Visitors Are Sojourning at This
Favorite Resort.
Worthington, May 23.-The river is
once more in its banks.
The farmers of this section are in
close pursuit of the grass that the re-
cent rains oaused to grow so fast.
Fish are very plentiful in the river
here.
Messrs. Hilleary had, George are the
champion fishermen. They keep the
hotel supplied with bass, trout and
bream.
Miss Pet-Wells spent Thursday night
at the village of Hague.
Mr. Hilleary has purchased a pair of
famous Ryan stock dogs, while Mr. J.
3. Cox presented him with a thorough-
bred pointer pup, all of which lie car-
ried with him to Eastern Alaohua.
The young folks had a social hop at
Cox's Hall last evening.
Mr. and were guests at the hotel Thursday
night. They came to visit the form-
er's father,Joe Bissy.
Mr. aid| Mrs, Allen returned home
Saturday from visiting relatives at
Baldwin.
Rev. J, B1. Holley of Gainesville and
A. U. Hilleary and son, Bert, of Evin
ston, returned to their respectiVe
homes th~is morning feeling greatly
beneflies) by their etay here.
SE. .,George df Montbrook will stay
two weeks longer, when he will -leave;
here for Thomasville, Ga., to enter
Stasniey', uariess College.
Smoctor J -B1;1 inof Providence was
a guest at thehotel last night.
A, big )arbeOei and picnic is oiE the
4lin the hear future withA,06V. R.
;W,- avislias.orator of the dao..e- i.(rah
for CO.. IUdb for governor al .dF. airry
icOresrM for Congress. Alaihua is
due one Congresman.
Not a Sick Day"Since.
"I Was taken very sick with kidney
'trouble. I tried all sorts of medicines,
none of which relieved me. One day I
detrtine4l t.o try that, After taking .a
few do"s fel .liew4, A)ut *oon
thereafter ai eirely eurd, and bare
uwoen a ule day sine.. l |lgfbw of


fBsl Fre'a^ .Q wti


NoJrf411k Va., RI -ThW Seabost4U
mAl e ,e mrailwlay thopvsmin or omt
anU, "ehr aeo the oiutiktrs.oti.
'kmoingth wee ebracthca ly deroyew t
f-i are, lwo. broke out short
aftr 10 o'clock lahgt nigh.
As near as can be egtloiAted at tills
ite the monetary lose will foot up to i
d7r, .ring hmto.ti Woor T hto
Jfi es Herold. a machinist. reolding
In Cottage place, rushed ,tos, the
wr ecking hd when the blaze was at
9ts hei wht. o r I tha I I .'I
A 'aruhing timber tell upon his shPul-
der, bearing hin to the floor. Th
fre braird lay across his body, asting
his raiment on fltfh. When sev-eral
men riked their own lives to save the
otOachintst and succeeded in pulling
bhiT out into the open air, the unfor-
tunate man was more dead than alive.
A nAmachinistnal3ed Penrose is re-s
porteA to have been serioucy burned.
while attempting to recover his tools.
H. Bur pee, a painter, was seriously,
though not fatally cut about the head.
by Dinsg glass. ,
Th ree tsisndred men will be thrown
out of employment.
Tihe wrecking sled, the stationery
warehouse, the paint and oil house, of-
flee building of the superintendent of
the woodwork, a large brick building
used for be reception of passenger
and sleeping cars, in which was located
the painting shop, the carpnters and
cablinet makers' shops, 60 or more
box ears and 18 passenger coaches,
were desatroyed.L A great deal at the
yard trackage also was destroyed. The
origin of the fire t not known.
Disastrous. Wrecks.
Carelessness is responsible for many
a railway wreck and the same causes
are making human wrecks of sufferers
from Throat and Lung Troubles. But
since the advent of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds, even the worse cases can be
cured, and hopeless resighinati n is no
longer necessary. Mrs. Lois Cragg of
Dorchester, Mass., is one of the mnny
New Discovery. This grand remedy is
guaranteed for all Throat and Lung
diseases by all druggists. Price 50o.
and $1.00. Trial bottles free.
rslegatens visit Seminary.
Nashville, Ten.a., May 25.-Thorer
was no session of the general assembly
of the Cumberland Presbyterian church
held today which was set aside for a
visit to the Theological seminary at
Lebanon and a large number of the
comintssioners took advantage of the
trip. The stay at home are spending
the day In taking in the points of In.
terest albout the city.

FOLE IONIYra TAR
fer chUldreog afw, uere. &o epptae
r i-crent in Laeiaas.
Dallas. Tox., May 26.-Dr. tIoren,
the Austriai "bloodless" surgeon, arn
rived here today fanoi Mexico, where
he has spent a fortnight. Dr. Lo.
renz is In splendid health. He will
conduct a clinic this afternoon and
nearly 500 cripples are here from the I
surrountdIng country in an effort to
avail themeelvee of htes ervic-. .


Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney Trouble.

Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dhs.
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
and cheerfulness soon
Disappear whenthe kid.
l_ neys are out of order
"*'or diseased.
,'. Kidney trouble has
become so prevalent
j hat it Is h* ,nioomrmon
for a child to be tborn
afflicted with welk kWld.
Steys. If the chi5 ,b-1 -
....at.. s te "oheon. i, the
0141 .iv oIt, when the chit4
ractsSt peas ja s/ be 4 Ici yw abables .#
;oitixb p"Vam Ir ist Y t yea afrfiWd a ,,
boed weitltan Oepnxtfl tsZpJi at the cawe
%t 4if aalty kI1t1U3tno.y trouble, al tho -u awild be, towards (hle trwAlmer.l f
these important orans. This uripae t
trobte due to a dtieased cnd1o4 n of tr.
kidreyP nd bladder aadriod to a habit ,u
most people suppose.
Worrvwr as well s3 men arm made rrtsr
erable with kidney atd der trouble.
and both need the .1r.e grot remedy.
7U m.id and t04e immediate effect oft
nSwaip-Root isse son rolzed. t sIt isoiil-
cent and one dollarm-'
sample bottle by maiill
fre. o pamphlet tell-
ing al aabot itt. cludi many of the
thousand of testimonial "Ittera received
from sufferer ured. In wrItlnbg r. IDKNW
SCo., Binghmton Y., 4i. ;and
menuon thbpaer.....
Don't make any zi!t ke, but remem-
bet the niMne, wlmpAtBoot, Dr. Kil-
B~inghamnton. N y.. on eve^.betulq ;


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LeIg


Sacts on the
S.. livr cures .Chm;d
d Feverandver and every form of
I i Balal, Bilious, Remitting and Jnter-
S itting Pevers, and, by going to the seat of the
trouble, works permatient cure.
FIFTY .CENTS PVER BOTTLE.


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For Sale by Johnson Bros., Gainesville


For 20 ea as Led all Worm rmedies. Is$
#p~Op -&- ma.:.m.=am
p b d JAMI8 F.,BALLARD, i t. Loui.s

For Sule by Johlnson Bros., Gainesville


\Gainesvillk


I Men Wb Want to I
4, 'e, believe that 'if every man in
if every man in aint"wville knew /th
every man 'in G aiearill/e atomnd comt
.Each week ive will publish a Iit
week's argument is directed

TO THE MAN WHO'
*AN EXPERT


.Speaking of (Cxpcrtb, t p t 14il!
all oell to ex, rirts b, .alst wie
frO aIlttinatre, the li wii'lyfatims mak
of the 's flet-tio.ihtlbg-i4j-th,(-World
All their garnient, bfear this labe


O 0(ittter to Pa


ENDEL



e, Florida


Falk To.
Gaincewill' wa a clothing eapert-
ic positive facts in the cosc- that
e sffraight to i(e for all his clothing.
le argumient o(mn 'thi Msdlect. This


S SOMETHING OF
ON DRESS.

Why are the besuti-dressed men
in Gainoeville our patrons?
Why do experts ou dress linva-
riably buy lronm us?
4
Thie it)nswer is oblviottti-tliy
knjw what (they wait hi cloth-
inK nad nth'ir tdisairimiilirni
tw119 them we h(luve it.



4
i i'/ ""ti ~ r to /ail 1f//, I a.the
r ~i&'I PV r: /'. iut to ill //M eCr/ti-
ol/.t/ --carr:vful dIJICarrss in (taInes5..
viUte, individuallf or c'dlr.ectrl /,
as to who aold fhe best nothing,
the instantaneouns a41nnImvtr would
be: "Why, Mfarreu ,del, of








we MTISETL CY R' GARINNTS,

Sof
wer
I," Dhae Orapers t
LIP



SEN'DE L.
rticulaA Men.


G8. SMEROHANT & 00.
Retailers and Jobbers in


Staple and Fancy Groceries,


Brain, Sards Seed nd Fatllzers.
;TIU7'E I:; QUAR E ." OAINE8VXl]h
Hlghmeakt an pkChit. Eggs and other t4ua.

A i.t..a n +tk.r.r1 i I. .. fa n f
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uod at ti


Aqvertisomsena Of te0n WedrS~ woro I.in4e "0"'-
thi head ansent lfor one ad.is a Woet erd. ,oaa
t advatUe, e iach tnterttqu.::.. ". :';
in the adverst enient. .-' !. ;
The contWeaee of ait person 1asPretb,.o1
'heir iamesa will hot o PIAveal, tO Inq' .

nO YOU want a sowinm Baohinelt It dorio o
buy until you have aen 'ipo, c sit Money I ikeep on hrnO he beeto mabia
naeedleo, attaiumont a axtureotb
.ofm uine.y natehiu estate C-
ehaut Oscond-htandl muietUea tt ? 0yUt Ow -
price. Carl on or auddreH C. A. W.ru
agent 'The, Sluor Mf; Co0., P. 0, .o..
Oa6io8vlllc. VI-Ila, 4.4-A-IwVt


HEKMP WAt-MI)--XAI.
W A NTVI).- Mitn to Iearn harbor trnlo. YearM
%u v ad. 'horonrly" .vsto nutltKi oot tliabtllsied Itt a, |h lta oe CIlomthi, St.
I.uis, San FiIrQnu, 0 un10n. u111(ln-ucnonts
i,' kitellld OL _A l _. K ( 'o).l lRi, New


IF YOU Wtant ne1tt, ui-tO-tnow "Job prllulllig
TImcAx un tho 61 1.1 h l 1


Mathushek Piallos

NOTEDi FOl SWEETNESS ANI) PURI.
TY OF TONE, POWEKt AND
D)UlA IllITY.,.

Hest plano for this trying climate, stands
tune lounrer than others, eonstruoted of
best materials, aind wmoat artixat
worlmaniuslitp obtal bable.
Up to date In Overy
detail and Un-.
a utli ed.
Sold by us continuously for
OVER THIRTY- TWO YEARS
without a single failure. If you
want a piano for a lifetime's
service buy the

1riea01 aM low an tii consistent with qaliUty
Cait or on eauy teorm. Sent on 1 d4y6' .
trial. We pay frei0ht. Write
for prices TODAY.



Ludden & Bates

Southern Music House,

.AVANNATH, GA.
JOHN D. MURPHY, Mgr











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get One of Oar CatAlogues.

Baird Hardware Co.W
GAINEI YI .l FL




WANTED


ALLIGATOR SKIN$,
HIDES,
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,ot AleFtA r MO.fARCH ar d POVrU
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j *; pair warranted.
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S e red togat the govr
U bi e ,- violations oA c tbe
I oompan tndurted. 140
V knatigratl tothe Hnwipais
t rl c ontuict eoorOd on v'
RL" n onear. The fedotal of
S rned th tht agent sent,
tW ur' dear ,to engage laborerst
OaA b a p inder an old la*
As t eit? e been abrogated. The
'oiat, the*eore, has decidedly
rew cozp4fiiYll I not liable for
4tri of the law.
Pool T O ot Men Startled.
i.te titans. N. Y., May 25.-.Fool
n men Westchester county have
^ ^ e ofti e 3t41rtld by the conviction
oil ep ~aonepi, Jr., of Yonkers, of
6tiIng conducted a pool room. Can-
t is' young man with a fortune In
i ow, n right. He conducted fevmer*A
aloon in Yonkers. The young mans
Early vcllaprsed when' the jury, after
',7 tW'. hcurse3' deliberation, brought In a'
I rd%: K t of guilty. lie was released on
.2,00 ball, pending argument onel a
motion made by hias ounsed for an
arrest of judgment on the ground that
the trial co tt admitted improper evi,
dince,
;To Wed,, Mrs. Oan Hanna.
S. New York, May 25.-4. Is amnounced
I In this city and corndrmed from OLan
j OQ cinati, tays The Herald, that .0dmund
S C itAllo Is engaged to be married to
Mrs. Harrington Han na, of Cleveland,
Stb' dlv'orced wife of Dan Hanna. Mr.
I aSt.allo, who is a son of the late Judge
8Ailab, at one time United States minl
1#6tr at Rome, has many business, I-
." tlres in New York. Hee is now in.
Misflali pl regarding lumber hiteresiti
M'r ...-Hanna It In New York, but could
io be found to corroborate the an-

SBusiites Not Interrupted.
Nw Yorki, May 20.-Inquirles at the
M'AtIeoe of the Wtste n tUntom inn
t *isiy t o elicited the information toe
day that their 'business was n moDftg
w'thoUt. inWT4*ruption and t09 any -r*
|q"4 Ato the contrary are Brr .evie
ggwAt. eThe leg~g qu-t4on006 In.*
l lyed In tle action h f be thPWtylve
mi a railway are In th andisl of Jotte4
Dillon counsel of the colipany who
'will take necessary steps to protect
the W atern Unton Interests.
heat n mall. bunt Pert ature w
Itn soul r paste, vinegar, the melt of a
eo| dhleh, or eveil in water In which doe
,cayed vegetables have been Infused, the
microscope reveals animalcules (little
andimal) so sm"thatll tt never waillions of them
would not equal a com keep ona ser o











fe, h neer up to the preIwse d
Srwhet n bulk. And yet saw wturhen sith
singular prodigality lits supplied tunny
S of these tin take ca farewells ith organs
s complete o nd perfect as tos og."- f a
Shale or anso, olploiit. In a single
u te s house of minatter there are g or
living creatures thiin there are humau
I beigs ou the face or the global

i"i.l. s.e It y ght have beenlonu.





orseo you menuight Ie ad to lsy." sh inqe uired

tT:' - To t hed Countrary, there was t's
.". wife. who nower thaUp to hirty languages arey
opp.d.o'.: fppu thake a ftws ll. h ince habit
oital,.,l _.,,,l,,,. Tart,___,


i-iTi 'Gergaown and doubters y. ham a


'.inpen-tlon.
i!u: ,loi s Oltt t(li< otr(liig houise)-Only
t*io little blcuilts for breakfast.
brown Yes, but thluk how heavy
they lle.-- 4l)tont .oniurnll.
I'" WheneI'tn (etioo'irM lpianes Spiring.
S., A tn \\i o I' s i',nirous is Ilwaym
g venl clril I'for h.Ii ing a big heart, ibut
; lis ver is wV'ii merits the' pralef.-
'Chicag. h-I.,crd. i 11r.1l. '*
A I I ..
.;:.io ,: i p ot s -,..4,I ) r ^ i ,^td Ilst night ati. l I
SJss-'tl yuu.. ir? 1 y 'the -way',
don't tlt'temt to t i t.ss with that!
..'"'di on d, as I u8 t, or you'll inako ill-
other nhk, 'iii th lo o' l.

1'TheIo" noiik'i'y lo6 t It'lA hold and-0. in':
it the ,rec',! ,' w Itig Jaws, 1kv',t*
his v is (1. .didot dleert .hitm, "'
di roptd :l fI'or) dituer,' he s.ld,
et:aw ig tic m,,i,--Ytta Uc&'c' rd'


A great 149a ota! tpe tA
world f6otl tlEwant ofa tls a e
Every day senit to tQhelr grai'ii p g
ber o? obswure Yrii' who -v 'r
tmJllued obscure becal ue tb i
bial prvenIted thoni frC'r.
effort I I w Ihof thool
bii Mty t d e e o eosi grg it 411 pt
ca rcr of fm;i. The te t l.. i t o
tIust no t i0sta utliting ote 'lk
amd ti0,n):" o' theI Aiold 1.da1, ge3
but ju)mp l) ud rh .crR il thlroOgK.as.'
won ns vr'we cat :i, will :rqte do to' bb'
ipe:' wtua !l! < hi'l hlilthig rilaks and ad-
I; ; I.. a ,t( ; (< a- es.. It dlid very well
l'v.njre the rit( a)l, v1.on a 'u ar litr coultt'
Coi ilIu l>1:; ridi'ii.s dtl l ni ,ir Intended.
sci,.,'o fo A huluHdred and tifty years
aind thlieffi t'. to s e itv ; -uccei, of{" six
or evem ceiiture ,i aifteirward. lut at
preset a inaui \N'ait'.s uild doubts and
hesitates aind conu.tlts lUs brother 1and
his uncle atd his ib't ccnisins andi par-
ticular friends till oue tliie cinhy li,1ud*
that lie Is sixty-flve years-of' ago; that
be haf lost so much tlitun co;insulti'ng
first cousins and pa1rtlcuhar, f'iil:i titt
he has no tinm le.rt to ,,' ,, thichr lad.
vice.-Sydi'Ey i'".l.h '. .ov; 'ua I
the Use of Talevt."
Uiguer In inTu ; r
"I believe that dit innI4 HoulllOti.ote
kill," said a prominent spoiclilist on
nervous diseases tlie other dtiy. "Of
course I dcn't kuow thut they are l'a-
tal, but I have every reason to think
Kso. I had a iwofiau pntienit w1hom1 I
was treating for a number of complica-
tions, including a weak heart, Bhe
could not bear any excitement, and I
often warned against exposing herself
to sudden fright. She complained of
having nightmare and said she often
woke up in a state pf terrible frigtjlAo
weak that she could not call for help.
One morning she was found dead In
bed with an expression of abject terror
on her face. I have no doubt that she
died from fright produced by a night
Ware.
"Persons subject to nightmare, who
have weak hearts should avoid sleep-
ing on the back. They should lie on
the right side and'have the right arm
extended so they will wake up If they
turn over. Most nightmares are the
reurlt of sleeping on the back or the
left aide, where the heart is. oc conm-
pressed that It hai little room for tree
action." ,
BlasedS Her Way.
There is a itory about Alaska and its
people "In which Is mentioned a man
who chose a bride from among some of
the Indian tribes up toward the Chil-
coot pass. lie took her to a large city,
Montreal, perhaps, and left her in a
splendid hotel while he went out to see
some one about a dog. She missed him
sadly. She sat at the window looking
out on the street four stories below.
Solitude became Intolerable. She de-
Olded to find iher husbaund. There was
an elevator, but she didn't care for It.
Softly us moccasins could carry her she
Issued forth. When she had gone out,
a bellboy saw queer marks on the hal-
usters and doorcasings. Tie Indian.
bride had blazed her way with a toma-
hawk so that she, could find her way
back. The Indian bride was merely
tvLug uplto her educate for it is ve.n
neessary to know how wblaue a trail
In AtinL_____ __
KMe Oeotokehtw M. akfat.
"If waters ihad thetf .m'y, men would
not be petmitted 'in a xaurant before
the dinuar hour, or at leant before
lunch." saai the proprietor of a cafe on
uPipor B'ttod way.
"Why? Simply because they are so
cross at breakfast No, It isn't the
quest Ion of tips altogether, although I
never saw a waiter refuse a quarter.
But the' fact is men are crotchety be-
fore they get their breakfast. If they
have to wait five minutes, It seem an
hour to them, and even the morning
paper st'emta to lose Its charms unless
brneakftist Is on the table. There Is no<
menil in the day where the waiters get
so Imaty 'kicks' as they do at lwak-
fast, and the men are always more Ill
tiempered than the women."-New York


l:'re!ss _____


A Poser.
Litte l)orothy I'erkins was usually a
very truthful child. Wheio she wase
not truthful,. he was plausibl '.
Couwing in from her walk one miorn*
Ings, she lnformied her mother that she
had stn a Iltoh In the park.
No amount of persuasion or eassiu-
, ug wavered her statement one balt's
breadth, So at night, wlieu she slipped
down beside hier knee, her uotht'r"saId,
"'Ask (lod to forgive you for that fib,
Dorothy."
D 1)orothy hid her tfa e for a minute;
then she looked straight luto her. moth-
er's eyes, within her own shitniung'like
stars, atd said, "I dlid ask him, nmail-
rntR, dearest, and he said: 'Don't llaen-
tion it. Miss Perkins. That 19g Og '.d
has often fooled me.' "-New Y6rvt He r-
aid.

The real ruled of the time., according
to the princess In every family, is some,
method by which the earning calipcl-
tie of father may be doubled.-A I-


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Swist, a0ip alaes elf wheat and malt.


A Dyspeptiao o* Longer.
"A gentleman living In tis village, I. A. Watson, was a great
_tSerer frot 94lgestion. He purchased from me a package of
V'ot*' two or three months ago and has continued using 'Force
ever since, and has not had the slightest symptom of the disease
since. JOsPHn HOOD."


To Camp at Chlckamauga.
Montgomery, Ala., May 5.-Adju.
tant General Brandon bhas received a
letter from Colonel, F. P. McConnrel,
of the Third Alaibama regiment, say-
ng his 'officers desired to encamp at
Ohickamauga with the other Alabama
regiments, Indtead of Montgomery, as
was flrst decided. It Is. understood
that their wishes will be complied
with and that all the Alabama regi.
ments will go into camp at Obickama'u
va with the regulars In a short time.
Election to FIll Vacancy.
MontgomeTy, Ala., May 25.-Gover.
nor Jelks has issued a proclamation
calling an election to be helidP in Cone.
cuh county August 3 for the selection
of a member of the legislature to f11i
the vacancy caused by the death ol
Andrew Jay,


How Files Are Able to Taste.
The proboscis of the fly and the
tongues of bees and stits a te furnished
with numerous delicate hAl's set In mi-
nute pits. These arep'hasrh connected
with .he organ of taste; but, though
the exact locality of'thls soese In In-
sects Is uncertain, weV know that the
groups of Cellst I the tongues of ani-
mals called taste- bulbs form In part
the ends of'the organ of taste. These
vary in number. I, creasing hi the high-
er animals. They are ve*y close and
exceedingly numerous in nium. while
the tongue of even the cow has some
85,000 taste bulbs.
It would be interesting to know
whether eacnh special, taste excites a
spovlal group of nerves and that only,
thus corresponding to the auditory
nerves. These taste bulbs were dis-
covered iI 1S0-7. Each one" consists of
two kinds of cells, one set forming an
outer protective covering,_ through an
opening In which project from nive to
ten of the true taste cells. Though Im-
portant, they are not apparently an es-
seutial part of the orga'l, for birds and
reptiles have none, but neither have
they a keen sense of taste, except per-
haps the parrot--Chambers' Journal.

Concerninhg the Letter '4Y."
A writer In Selence delnes that the
letter "y" is a nltieal descendant from
the Roman "Y." which in the time of,
Cicro was borrowed from the Greek
alphabet to represent uipsUJon in the
translation of (Greek names. The lat-
tVr is only used,. ho says, as a vowel to
transliterate upsilon .In loan words el-
thir direct from the Greek, or indirect-
ly through Latlu or French. In a great
majority of cases the English "y" Is a
semlcoInsonniit (orri'esponding In value
with the continental "J," Along with
the other tominan letters. "y" was
-adolitedl by the Anglo-Saxons from 'the
Ilai tin alphabet. with a value approxi-
ina thig to that of "I,"' hI fact, he
clalms thit there Is not a lineal de-
secidalit of the Anglo-Saxon "y" now
In existence. The letter "y" In modern
Eniglish g iords i,. curiously enough,i he.
hilains. not a "y" at all, but a lineal de-
scendant- of the Anglo-Saxon "g,"
lwhlch was the itoman "G" evolved by
the Romanms out of an earlier "C."

Cheering lSer t'U.
Molly-$- was so cross at the party
last nightly Kate Green had on a dress
exactly like miune
Polly-Yes, but how it must have dis-
gusted lier to see you with a dress like
lers! That ought tq'make you happy,
I abould think. -

The BurleeqUe Queeun-Send for the
police! I'v been trobbedl
tier Managtr-Diamo!das gone agtint?
The Queen-NNo,~.at Thls is periods.
Some we e has stolen all my press no-I
taeC, :


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Advances made. Warehouse charges free. Firm offers
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Time Table in effect January 4, 1902.

No. 6. o 5.
Dally No. 4. ~. 2. No. 1. No. 8. Daiy
Exo't Daily Daily. STATIONS. Daily. Daily. Exo'pt
Sunday gun

Lv P NLv PM LY AM Ar. PM Ar PMAr PM
746. ..................Fai leld ...................... 600
7 ... .... .. rvune ........ .... ... .... 0
8 00 ..... ........ .. .. Dun......Dun van.. .... ............... 45
8 5 ... .. ... .... .. ....... ...... ..outh.de......... 6............ 40
8 1 . ... ...... .......... Hickman . ..... ...... . . . . 8
8 30 ....................... Micanopyn ..................5 820
8 8 ................. canopy ................. .... ...... 520
8 ...................... Toa..... .................. 512
8 45' ........rkwood......... ... ........ 5 05

9 .....................Wahot ...... ........445
9 03 ....... ....... o .... .... .. ... 480
15 ......... ... .. Rocky Point.. .. 4. ... ....... ,40
9 45 Air ...... 0.. ...0.. ... ...........
100 30Lv 6835 0 n ville. 1 9Q10 A 06Ar 3 00
11 35 8 55 6 68 .........Bellamny....... 9 45 8 40 2380
12 00 7 10 7 10 ..............Cyril.. .. .. 8 80 8 25 150
12 20 7 18 7 17 ...... ....Orahami. ........ 822 8 17 1 30
12 40 7 30Ar 736 .... ampon City .... 810 8065 110
. ..-8 10. 820 ...Lake Butler, (4, S. & F. 7 40 .......
S.... ........ 1 00 .JaoksonvHle, J. & 8. W. 5 00 p.............
....... 9 00 8 0 8 :..LakeCity, G.8.&F .. 27 p 7 6 .25
S1 00 3 55 .....Tallahapeee. F C.& ... 1 48 p 8 16 ..
.... 11 20 11 05 a.....Valdosta, 0. 8. & F... 5 20 p 5 35 ....
..... 8 60 a 4 10 ....Maon,G. S. & .... 11 30 1246 a .......
... ... 7 25 a 8 10 p .......Atlanta, C. of Ga.... 8 00 t 900 ....
Ar P M Ar A M Ar P Lv A Lv PMi ..:
Trains 3 and 4 will not run between Gainesville and Fairfield on 8und.ay. .
L. E. BARKER, General Superintendent.
J. F. HILL, Agent. JAS. M. GRAHAM. President.


B. F. JORDAN,


INSURANCE


PORTEo BLOCK :-.;


GAINESVILLE


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Jimn 0up ~ldec for his h0Ie
^";"" Thd t. 'f F o*' might be forever their .
"' i t do better with my wealth,"
::: He sid than to ensuree them heth,'
, *i* : ear .brain, good sluscle, nerve0 and vlm I ..*,
And '*Porce lives these," quoth Sunny Jim."
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LIFE AT EST POINT.

tlaa b How the cadets Are
d!s!!^ ST ','adt at the Military academy :
West Point aire not favored as are M_
n the Btueot in colleges and unt- i
t who have wealthy parents--
l ty are not furnished with an No
d amount of cash to buy "ex.- isrvouMeIs, h_
for rooms, clothes and luxuries. bad breath, gene
the cadets stand on the same foot- %eif and .otsnt
,and receive $500 a year, plus the 4l0 dul to indi
mnutatlon of rations amounting to Inditastlon. This
t109.50 a year.. However, with proper seani the nat4ra
Kenomy this yearly allowance is sufl. sthey exist 1a
lent for the support of a cadet, combined ith tlh
The army cadet who goes to the Mill- and roconstructhi
Sitry.academy with spendthrift habits Dypep saCuro d
* Soon receives a decided and severe
Sheck. As an Instance, a cadet soe 0ton ady
'time ago went to the superintendent romtly owes all
'for an order for four shirts, but the cleansing, purify
superintendent peremptorily refused to stengthening tht
give his approval. The young main was lining the atomaci
sorely in need, and he attempted to
Convince his superior of the I t. The
latter took up the cadet's account book
and perusing It a couple of moments
threw It back to him, saying, "I have
no doubt you are In great need of these
shirts or you would not present this or-
tier, but you are rIn debt, nnd there's no
excuse for you." The young cadet,
with tears starting in his eyes and a
trembling voice, responded: "But, colo-
uel, I am almost destitute of changes of
clothing. I have only one shirt to my
back, and that is a fatigue Jacket"
The colonel was immovable and elm-
ply said as 'he dismissed the cadet from DIj1iSTS W
his prellenee, "Well, Mr.-, I would
advise you to wear that fatigue jacket Olves I eat1th
uuntil yop get out of debt, but be care- strength I
ful that you can pass muster at the in- o 8.00
spection."-New York Tribune. the tril sle,
I Pmrij by5 0.1
"Give Him the Sack.".
Two noblemen in the reigli of Maxi-
milian II.-one a German, the other a BODIFORD
Spaniard-who had each rendered a ...-. ,L-.'
great service to the emperor, asked the
hand of his daughter in marriage.
Maximilian .said that, as he esteemed B *
them both alike, it was impossible to sff
choose between them, and therefore TJCwuiAu t
their own prowess must decide it; but, 01GOIIINATI,0
being unwilling to risk the loss of el-
ther by engaging them in deadly com-
bat, he ordered a large sack brought
and declared that he who should put ....
his rival into It should have his fair TO THE
Helena. And this whimsical combat T -
Was actually performed in the presence We, the undersi
of the imperial court and lasted an to pay $1,000 to a4
hour. The unhappy Spanish nobleman paint who can sho'
was first overcome, an'd the German any paint stand in
succeeded in enveloping him in the surface as perfect]
sack, took him upon his back and laid time as our
him at the emperor's feet. This comical
combat Is said, to be the origin of the GRAPHITE E
phrase "Give him the sack" so common WVe guarantee
in the literature of courting. 'TiC paint to conta
Sphaltum or any i
A Soldier's Strange Death. petroleum, and wl
I find the following singular incident 'surface according
In the old Atlanta Intelligencer: wear perfectly f
"After the fight unar Drewry's bluff
on Monday last a surgeon who was years, and we agre
searching the field for the wounded, cl argue' all paint n
that he might administer to their needs, any surface where
.observed a mn In a kneeling position, festive. Sig
with his gun to his shoulder pointed to The National Pai
the front, his left eye closed and hav- Cleveland, 4
Ing all the appearance of life. Upon We take pleasure
examination he was found to be dead, e v e secure
a ball having passed through his brain we have secured
at the moment when, resting on his county for the sal
left'knee, he had taken sight at the GRAPHITE EL
foc. It is very remarkable tfat, so known .as Uncle
rigid was the corpse, some force was iI and iron roo
required to remove the gun fr6m his metal.
. grasp. He proved to be a member of T. F. TiHOMj
Sthe Twenty-ninth Virginia regiment n
of lnfantry."-Atlanta Constitution. I___
Odd Deflanitlonms. T
*'Amusingnd. ridiculous answers to Y H
examination questions are fairly coin-
mon In graded public schools every-
where, I suppose," said a teacher at a u
public institution for the higher educa- U
tion of the colored race. "but an ex- | I
ample recently handed in by a girl at


least eighteen years of age surpaSses
anything of this kind I have heard yet.
"Being required to define the word
'tithe' and compose a sentence show- om i
ing Its use, her paper read: 'Tithe,
something that bindls, love. friendship,
"Bleat be the tithe that binds."'
"A. scarcely less amusing answer was 06tlAret+ Si
given"by another pupil: I
"'Upbraid, to braid up. She u- ture, Stoves,
braided her hair. To lift up. They I O*V0-
upbraided their hero who was dead 1me'tic qEebini
with their bayonets,' ",

,A A Lincoln Stor3f. ,
/ Abrahanm Lincoln blhad a .rule for L O l' U
evading diffilcltieA. .At a cabinet meet- "r ,s
ing one dys4, It is related, Mr. Seward Q F c
Jokingly remarked, "Mr. Prealdent, I ick e
hear that you turned out for a colored. BIR1Mi yO AM
woman on a muddy crossing the other r, VL
day." "I don't nr.memlber,"' answered ..
J.zcPoln musingly. "but I think it very LOUISVII
likely. I have alwnys mido it a rule ST. LOUIW aii
that If people won0t turn out for me
I i for tfem'. i f didn't, there W
mlibt be acolltlo." ?.BrL, NEW 01
"~ ' -. ~a.. ... nd A
Coe al ,' 'id "Mr. N h w Through Tiekets
yf. iMs interview with the Janito. by all railroad eou0


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SU000 taetrAer
i t: IiC Ov s "D a .eow C' t8 en sttt" tl ia to Crown and rMda wo
)o.* of strie gthb.. *'
. constlpalto. ts G.ORl)ON B.TIS( ",

the stomaoh are -
n. Kp4ol cW.a Gr$duate Italituoro 4oUee Dental surely
ditsovory Vo n' O Fyivu years' eipiAteno R New York 014C.
(ea of digaaton CrowiiBh4ge work oiofl)r Speo1tlalteB
withy stomach, ALL W it0st known tonio Ow"ou IN I)dI, d GAINUR vi.LUM, MA


re properties. Kodol
Loes not, only cure tIn-
papsla, but this famous
atomach troubles by
ing, sweetening and
mudous membranes


idol

HAT YOU EAT
to the *Idk and
to the We k.
Sim holding 23 times
which saUe for 50a.
DeWitt & Co., Chldago.


& McOOLLUM.


MEN AND WOMEN.
t tb~l feoi'lthuiat isl
dis te,intam mastiois,
Irrlautli- or uleoratlonm
of Mucao0U nenmbran.e.
Pitoflo bi, Bli i!ft trlu.
Sold or ambieOs.
or sent In pl in wrpr,
by expro, rtfd; o
S1.00. or 8'bottle- t.7.
.ltreunlar IBnt on tgoueo

SPU1LIC.
igned, hereby agree
lny manufacturer of
w, by similar tests,
ig upon any metal
y and for so long a

ELASTIC PAINT.
GRAPHITE ELAS-
ain no tar, rosin, as-
of the products of
lien applied to any
to our directions to
'or a period of five
e to furnish, free of
wcessary to repaint
it has proved do-
ned,
nt and Varnish Co.,
Ohio, U. S. A.
in announcing that
control for Alachua
e of the celebrated
ASTIC (generally
Sam paint.) Thisl
est endorsements for
fs and all eipOsed

AIS 11. & CO.,
ille Fla.


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stock of Furni-
Heaters, Do
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,dule to.o
ASIIVILLE, _.
E; CHICAGO,
.M IOCINCINNATI,
and :orthwe t.,


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vhi'l. & ,. sAe mol4


DENTIST
South S4De Square, nGinesville, Fla

Parnes Ieloek. across the hall from Smith's
Sttdtlo.
J W. PAITTN,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR
GOAIN9 o Rl-VSILLV. tlW A.
Dealer in reai otat. Thoroairbly iwted
webh every section of land in Aluchun county.
Oorrespotand ene tlaootedi

ALH J. DEMPSIAY,
PURNITUIREREPAIRED
ane Made New.
LOOKING GLASS S RE-SIL.VEIRD,
We buy or'sellU FurniWtre, or can oontraot
with you O the oommtsialon basis. Patronage
soloited nlid satisfaotiouuilways.
ALLIED S. TAYLOtR
PAINTING ATND
PAPER HIANGINGO
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA

Atent for DECORATORS' WALL PAPEH
COMPANY. New York.


0o0o... WALKta


"aMUr I,. T aHAlr1Jll


WALKER & SHAYLOR
/ ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,


Jacksonville, -


Florida


4-8-02

CAFE BELVEDERE,
WM. SCHILLEIR. Proprietor.
182 W. Forsyth st., Jacksonville, Fla.
16Or6oite Postomoe,

Best dihnlg place in city. Fine
Wines, Liqupirs ard OCgars.
THE WES1' END,
FINE WINES, L1QUORS & CIGARS
JOHN MENZIaS. Proprietor.
319-221 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville.
Faust beer, bottle axd dranght., Don't
fail to calllon m' Whtn il Jacks m ville

W HEN IN JACKSONVIILI:.
Visit the--
THE CRYSTAL SALOON ANDR OOF
GARDEN.
The best, Liquors in the city. Enter.
tainment every night at Roof Garden
Theatre.

T HE OLD EUIABL,
TIN. SHEET METAL AND
PLUMBING ESTAIILISHMNT

SATISFACTION' OUARANTIDR,
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U. A Pzl nsTr.


- Lesee and Mananier


Gaaltesvlle. 1910,'la~.


IH Aren't salon, and Caf3
Jacksonvilleo, lorida


Merchants Lunch from 12 to 2 p. In.
Bartholomay Rochestler, also Int-
portkd1 Wnrberger Beer on Dratight

Steaks, Fish. Chop. Oatnie in I.1so1,
to order. Pool, liflliards, Bowling
Alley. 180 W. Bay t,.


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NWS OF CITY: AN
COUNTY CONDENSED


|| l 8Matters of GOP7r411 taret ath-
ered b y Our e Po tr.

PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS,

1 Happen Told in Shott Paagi aphs

S o That "He Who Runs May Read"'
Zusurte with Cus ban &.I:ilU.

better see Moyers alBout those con-
-#; ,ts right away quick.
ikets for Eleve ball on sale at
,Miller .vera~s. st
Mis ida. Williams of Alachua is
I illiti ngrelatives' in this city.
S P. PPope lf Fort Wlite was trans-
acting business in this city yesterday.
Col. E. 0. F. Sanohelz has returned
p.om a brief business trip to Jackson-
i lle.
CoOk Wanted-For hotel at 'High
Springs, Mrs. L. A. Oasey, .High
: Iprlfg,, Fla. ..
Mrs. J. Porter Smith of Waoahoota
is in the city the guest of her daughter,
:Mrs. C.. O .Pedrick. o
SEr Jolley. and son Newborn of Ro-
i. helle were among those who paid
Galiesville a visit yesterday.
l: A. H. Emnorson of Tacoma, one of
the mot progressive citizens of that
section, was a visitor to this city yes-
',... terday.
: Herbert Pinkoson returned Sunday
front, Lake View, where he has boon
Srecuperating as the gu4tL of friends
for the past few days.
When you6 want a pleasant physic
try Ohaniberlain's Stonach and Liver
'Tablets They atre easy to take and
drugtgists and modicino dealers.
&: 1 Mrs J. Tierlong of Bellamy was
S sh opping in the city yesterday. This
estimablehlady formerly resided here,
alid has ninny friends who were glad
S to welcome her even for a brief period,
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o..4am*,o"'n oche'' leWas a
f 1 id iti ne r t y
of attk, nel the. ir p
yestrd iia# .
W000sa Ara Z shards, a carmingo

%'~m. Ba dli lediford,
Mlss t bliui Rrrips nd a iller of!
4tl re a thi e ty, thedi guests of Miss
hrbistinie 'ihrlygs.
iev. n A. yilonth, field agent for
te S.athea rhapite, d"erted yeater-th

A l no dn4aOseingnrrie, ouples are
^ortiall invited"to attend* the. grand
eleve balThursday sevening,s May 28

Single boyriin i rn will told the
egi;tr furnlished, rooms at the
Bwen iHosie Atnex, 7at centa per
weI d tl p. Also rseverAl aroods for
ighV 'otiskeepiug.' Apply Brown
tiause office.
The Ladles' Missionary Sodle ty of
the Presbyterian church will hold its
regular monthly meeting at the church
Wednesday evening at 4 o'clock. Her -
aids will please report. All ladies are
cordially invited. 2td
3. S. MeuEachern, a contractor of
Otter Creel, has 'arrived ln the city
and will remain here for several days.
Hf will be employed in superintend-
ing the work on the home of T. W.
Hands, East Gaineaville.
iss Louise etroner, a charming
young lady of Rochelle, hase arrived in
the city for the purpose of attending
the commencement exercises of East
Florida Seminary, She Is a sisterof
Mits'Agnes Zetrouor, who is attending
the school.
The* liandsomercottage being erected
by thq Ellis brothers on West Liberty
street is nearing compleUon and will
be ready for occupancy in a few days.
It not only commands one of the pleas-
antest lotctions in the city, but is a
desirable dwelling in every way.
Mr. and Mrs. George Morford' and
children, formerly of this city but now
residents of Port Orange, have arrived,
and will be the guests of friends in
North Gainesville and Hague for a few
days. Their numenouias friends here
were glad to welcome them again.
F. H. Hamnmet of Jacksonville,
vice-president of the Florida Electric
Company, has arrived in the city. Mr.
Hammett has the contract for the
pole andline work of the Gainesville
Gas and Electric Light Company, and
is looking after the interests of the
company here.
Mount Vernon Lodge No. 20, Knights
of Pythias, will hold its regular week-
ly greeting ut the Castle H1-ll tonight.
There should have been work in the
rank of Knight, but owing to the com-
inencement exercises of East Florida
Seminary this work has been deferred
until next week. '
The union Sunday ashools of North
Gitinesville have decided to give the
children a day in the woods, and have
arranged to hold a grand picnic and
basket dinner at the Devil's Millhopper
on Wednesday, June 8. It will be use-
less to add that the children are mak-
ing no objections.


S After a brief but pleamnt visit to hi E. A. Bryan, who for the past few
brother, Sanford Jowett, Stephen months has been the effielent manager
Jewett returned to Ihis home at Ocala of tie continental restaurant, has
yesterday. Hei expressed himself as severed his connection with that in-
Sbein. t'iell pleased with Gfiinesville, stitulihn and expects to open a first.-
arid says with one eteptioln it's the lass place of his own Ii' a few days,.
best'iniind tiwn in lhirida. Wo all Mr. Bryaln is possessed of an amiable
know Stpheln resides in Ol ia. disposition, and has inade many friends
The halidsomieo residence of \v. .. during his stay here.; He is a first-
Steckert, Ilast DaCoatti-strceet, which class caterer, and will no doubt enjoy
has begin in courr of onsigtrcticoni for a successful business.
the past fW l weok1, ia IO r(.civing ). V. Motley and Mrs. V. P. Mos-
i lt finlihingt 10cwh and will be coinm- ley and children made their departure
:, eted in li few dlys '[lhids is onl of iyetervtty for Owensboro, Ky., the
t, tho most mdoerily iipi)ed al deoir- lome, of the forte. Mr. Moseley has
'bl ridties in tSte, il wilbeuin safforiig froni lung trouble for;
ta credit not only to tho owner but ouI i.time, annd came to Florida- witl
'onih tiYe, 'n" orihi htthet
th hope that bth lmy air would, re-
-" )'. danlt 'E. C:, M't htlii of this storetOl1 In to health. It is feared, how-
f: lty and S. A. IHalor, Louis dopart- 'ver, that lh0 proeriitiniated too lon)g,
S 4-aitturday fot 11H dgion, where lthy jas the b enetit has been little if at all.
.will apiinda fTw da"" a the guetti t11 is friends hope that le tn stand lthe
, theif.brother, T. L. ldgsbn. Mrs. trip home sucossftily.
lHall, who has beet in this section d i 0, Lynch, chief clerk, and Capt.
win-terais the guest of relatives ia d .th ust daul, sphcith agent of the
.Olighted. Shexpst rettu- rtnhe i ith- Stateo land i otlfe, have re--
bt hope Asfor goopportmidy to pay s T.tlythu te lept week i attend-
o iter ti et wi :'er ai e . "tt'e lkrVited Statio .iurtL These
4 6i. llph lm o43 Stillwater, genltlel 'n.'hA d occa1iont.t hpan re few{1
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to.fe :or".fobtr tion give y hav ver s . "e.
a4.tr 'ltl bet do t ado f ou ahre Le ........ .....- ..... ... gislatur, ande
S'~t ol a le fiit, was ad vised by ri
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nietlisent. ikggregatioabex


Ro1y6A 4 lh :6s. returned ,fro
4, i,:,t:]p*i^
stoledi'i, P hr o'4rmal Isi beet
S ro" .the pst1 few ."ti;..
took out. for the flrst gae of the
season tomorrow afternoon, he' the
Oaki1ali will. g gi nst th~~tie ft Live
Oak teain. Steele, the lea aid dumba
man, will play third bfas on the Oak
Halls. The boys arb in good shape'
and arn excellent game 4Is tantftpated.
The game will be called "at 8:80 oolcek.
G. C. Oroti,'agent for the Atlantice
Coast Line at Ocala, after a brief visit
to his wife and sont, Frank Russell
Crom, who are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. W.' Hampton, returned to his
home yesterday. WIaster Frank has'
been quite sick since arriving here, and
yesterday his condition was little im-
proved.
DR. CRANE FROM PALATKA.
Attended the Olosing Exercises of Mt.
Vernon Parochial School.
Rev. Edward P. Crane returned
Monday from a Sunday's service at'
Palatka. The occasion was the closing
oxcrcises of the Mt. Vernon Parochlial-
school connected with the Presbyter-
ian church for colored people, of which
Rev. W. F. Kennedy is the pastor. He
is also the principal of the school, Miss
Johnson being his whole-souled 'and
efficient assistant.
The year just closed has been largely
one of careful-sometimes anxious-
0xperiment; but all who are Interest.
ed -ift the church or the school find
abundant -encouragement in the out-
come. The new year will be started
with an assurance that bearings have
been carefully taken,and that the con-
fidence of the desired constituency
and the general public has been won
for the school, which may be regarded
as the special feature of this church
enterprise. It has greatly contribut-
ed to the success of the school in the
past, and is regarded as a guarantee,
under God, for the future, that the
directorship of such high quality of
intelligence and in terest, and an anx-
ious crisis as pas sed when Rev, T. P.
Hay, upon his removal to this city,
consented to continue to act as chair-
man.
The church building, an admirable
piece of architect 0e, Rev. S. 0. Farris,
D. D., of Candler having evolved the
plan from his versatile brain, was filled
to its entire capacity at the service,
despite the heat of the afternoon hour
at "Wihc.I.was held, Mr. Crane gave
young and old a plain, practical talk,
taking advantage of the Wisdom the
wise king had condensed into his
proverb: "Buy the truth and sell it
not." .
The people of Palatka show a very
kindly spirit toward the church, the
school and the earnest, able, and par-
ticularly modest and peace-loving pas-
tor and principal, Rev. W. F. Ken-


nedy.


DR. MONK WAS FINE.


Delivered Commencement Sermon for
East Florida Seminary:
Rev. Alonzo Monk of Atlanta, one of
the most eloquent divines in the South,
delivered the commencepnent sermon
of East Florida Serftinary at Kavanaugh
Methodist church Sunday morning,
taking for his text 1st Tim. 4:8-


All Chu'cheo Ority W Oombinelv 4
, i ivink'OhMild ": nie.
The children *ho l en attka4-
ling the vtous ol"6 schls
thritghott the 9ity ap )ppy nw
for they are goit Et^s'e trade
;with the grand antu outing land
pitnic which is so much enjoyed every
year," ,, -$- ' :
At a recent meeting of the commit-
tees from the various schools the time
and place for holding the picntc was
definitely agreed upon, Wednesday
June 8, is the date, and 'that beautify tI
ciol and romantic resort, Burnett's
Lake, near Alachua, is t4o place.
It has not yet been decided as to
the rates or schedule. The Atlantic
Coast Line, however, will-inaugurate a
special service for the occasion, and
trains will be operated conveniently
and in a way that will afford the chil-'
dren a greater part of the day in the
woods. Further particulars will be
published &t a later date.
SIMONSON'S SALVE DID IT.
Effected a Permanent Cure When
Twelve Doctors Had Failed.
U B. B. Virling ofLondon, Miss., und*.r
date of April 21, 1908, writes:
"J. Simonson, Gainesville, Fla.:
"Dear Sir: I write to express my
deep gratitude to you, for youl"'won-
derfulsalve has cured a sore on my
foot from which I have suffered great-
ly for five years. Twelve doctors have
been working on the foot during this
time, but failed to effect a cure. Your
salve did the work in a little while. I
took from the foot ten piec3s of bone,
'after the glass had been extracted,
which caused the sore and now I am
entirely cured and able. to walk with-
out the aid of crutches. I shall al-
ways feel the greatest gratitude to-
wards you, and will always speak a
good word for your salve."
For sale at Wallace's City -Drug
Store, Gainesville, Fla. daw1mo
I-AVE A FINE NURSERY.
Messrs. Pedrick and Mosely Will Pi os-
per on Pecan Trees.
There are growing in a nursery in
East Gainesville about 4,000 pecan
trees, which are the property o C0. 0.
Pedrick and W. P. Moseley, two en-
thusiasts in the culture of this de-
licious nut. The nursery presents at
this season of the year a most attract-
ive appearance, and we don't wonder
at the owners' desire to "hang around"
the place.
There are in the tract seedlings,
budded and grafted trees, all of which
are growing well. The greater num-
ber of grafts were made in February,
and. they expect to dispose of 1000
trees the coming fall at $1 each.
Cures When Doctors Fail.
Mrs. Frank Chiasson, Patterson, La.,
writes June 8th, 1901: "I had malaria
fever in very bad form, was under
treatment by doctors, but as soon as I
stop ped taking their medicine the fever
would return. I used a sample b-ttle
of Herbine, found it helped me. Then
bought two bottles, which completely
cured ine. I feel grateful to you for
furnishing such a splendid medicine,
and can honestly recommend it to
those suffering from malaria, as it will
surely cure them." Herbine, 50c bot-
tle at Johnson Bros.
Work Progresses Nicely.
Work on the power .house of the
Gainesville Gas and Electric Light
Company, which will be located at the
corner of South University and Depot


"'Bodily Exorcise Profiteth Little, but streets, is progressing nicely, and at
Godliness is Protitable to All Things, the present rate the building will be
'Having Promise to the Life That Nqw completed within the next three
Is, and of That Which is to Come." weeks. The material beitig employed
The students of the Seminaly at- is Campville brick, which is not only a
tended in a body, and the conmmnodious very handsome but a durable article.
church was crowded long before the The brick is of light color, and will.
hour of service. The discourse was a make a pretty effect.
most eloquent one, and was appre- The building will be divided into two
elated by all who were fortunate rooms, the front room of which will be
enough to hear it.' used as the battery room. The boilers
Dr. Monk was to have preached at and tool house will occupy the rear,
t-h Presbytierian church Sunday evet- which will be connected by large doors.
ing, but was compelled-to leave the Spring Ailments.
city Sunday afternoon in order to till There is ant aching and tired feeling;
an appointment ini Alabama, the liver, bowels and kidneys become
F v- eslUiggish and iinactive, the digestion
For Over Sixty Years impairedwithlittle or no ppetite no
Mrs. Winsow's Soothing Syrup has n ae
been used by children while teething. that the whole body adin mind feeling
that the whole body and mind neela
It soothes the child, softens the gumis ing up. e troubeis, tht d
ally al n. u r w i, toning up. The trouble' is, that dur-
allays all painsgures Wind-li, g winter, thero has beet an. aceinu-
is the best remedy fordiarrhoea, Tweu- lationof waste matter en the system.n
tyfve cents a ote. Sold y11 drugter in esyst
ty-flve ents a b e. od by ll drug. Herbine will remove it;, secure to' the
gists throughout the world. sretions a right exit, and by Lts tonic
--- --- effect, fully restore the wasted tissues
'.-There ll Be No Flre: and give strength o"paee of weakness.
We have been. requested hy Chief' oLe at Johnson.Brs..
MeArthur to announce that the fire To Whom i y Concern.
alarm will be turned in Bsome time I will approve no bills against, the
this morning for the benefit of Fire In- street department later than 12
suranee inspector Perples of Valdta, 'clok noon, on the first Monday in
a, w is here on oi atbusnes each month l agint .ths de b
.,. prttenct n& fled+ with me by
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KETS,
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Hearse and carriages
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Personal attention to
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Orders by mail or tele-
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THOMAS

UNDERTAKING CO.

THE CITY IS PROSPEROUS.
Of 381 Houses in Northwest Section"
Only Sixteen Are Vacant.
The agents who a'ri engaged in num-
bering the houses throughout the city
apropos the proposed free mail deliv-
ery have finished the northwestern
section, embracing the territory north
of West Liberty street and west of
West Main street, N,, extending, to
the city. Admits north and west, ex-
elusive of West Liberty street.
In the canvass the' agent found that
the territory covers about a mile and
a quarter west and a fraction more
than a mile north. In the northwest
section there are three hundred and
eighty-one buildings, exclusive of
stores, churches, halls" and school-
houses. Notwithstanding that more
than one-half of thia territory is in-
habited by colored people, the houses
as a rule are in good condition, and an
idea of the scarcity3of houses may be
obtained w'enz it ia stated that out of
the total number only sixteen vacant
building, were recorded, eighty per
cent of these being'in no condition for
a desirable home,>
Taking the ordinary means of com-
putation, the population of this see-
tion will reach .124, which will run the
population ot.the ditf within the.Qr-
porate limiiti to' about 8,000--an i
crease for the past 6iree years of near-
ly ,5600: This is an excellent showing,
and one of whiCh the city. should well
feel proud.
A Farmer Straighteocid Out.
"A man living on at farm near here
came in a short time ago completely
doubled upwih rheumatism. I band-
edhim a bottle of Chamnbetlain's Pain,
Balm and told him to use it freely and
if not satisaled after 'tuing ithe need
not pay a eenit for it," 'sai P. Ray-
der, of Pattens Mills, 'Y.. ".A feW
days later he walked in o the store as
straight s a string and handed me a
doU r, ii," 've g e other bottle
6t hfbet in flmwanI




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