Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/02127
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 06 5, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02127
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
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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*. F. 8. WILL Gn't s'o,ooo

l 0 th er'h Ot hpi d a l 9eg Will be
Propo ronatly ocropa ed-Houss
% os o t Belev Big School Apo
it l op ia loW .,

llslas, June 4.-Theie is, an un.
Station of. opinion n th
Sta "y T.lie amendment as
''prl I04ly agreed pto, reduces the ap-
p' caption' of East Florida Seminary
to.M $' 00 with all other schools In

0JobT e. TMagiedy Ii T exas.
"WOax'alb a hIe, !Tex., June 4.-A double
tr. edy' wms cr ranmitted.l it t ntigt niear
the little village of Rankin, 1.4 miles
S of lth of Waxahvchle, in which a farm.
I, Sam Westmoreland, and his wkife
were shot to 'death In their own:house.
T,' he' shooting, it is charged, was' done
i .by*a young rman named liais Ciaridy,
i a brother of Mrs. Westmoreland, who
hai not been captured., .
I'1,:Mr. and M. We m. Wotareland were
4 estini supper when, t 'tis 'said,' young
Claridy appeared 'in the dpoor way With
a double barreled shotgutt and killed

A.. costly Mlstake .
SBlunders. are sometimes Very expell-
sive. OOcasionally life itself i. thte
ples : of a mlistakei, but ypu'lllnever be
Wrong i you take Dr, King's New';Life
Pills for dyspepsia, diszlness, head-
a: oe, liver or bowel troubles. ;,They
are gentle yet thorough, 25. at all drug
S..;. tores. .
S AsSOeOation of Ureaitmen,
N,:Z' ew York, 'Juie 4'- -Sacretary Pren
d w; rgast has completed the prograrM
i f the eloth manual convention o0 the
i;i Ntlonal 'sAuh'tcton. of Creditmen
*Which Wll be 'held at St. Touils June
9, 10' and 11. The convention prom.
I e ls tobe one of tho most interesting
i tho.blstory of the ort nazation. ManI
toplCs of importanee to metihants gen
I ally will be discussed and acted up
l including' efforts to secure legls.
*ltion tojregrllaite the sales of stocks
S' goods in buIlt, exemption laws, con
r refor.u, flre Insurance, fraudu
S lt failures and other question'i
Explbalon Caused Panic.
Plttsburg, Pa., :June 4-An explosloi
of a large quantity of lodyne Il, the
S laboratory of the wholesale 'drUtg house(
S. .of W. J. limoro & Co., on Seventi
avetlie today caused much exoltemen
and the burning (if seven persons. On'

pid youth "v i ao
worry over a plup child ?
There is no" btter bank of0
health for a child to draw
I from than a good supply ,o
healthy flesh
Scott's sEmulsion not only
gives a' child. weight and
plumpness, lut it :feeds the
brain, bones and nerves with
strength and active power.
Fewer mothers would
worry if they knew more
about Scott's Emulsion.




young woman, Minnie Prim, aged 20,
was perhaps fatally hurt by jumping
from a third story window. G.
Hutchins. the chemist, was dangerous
ly burned and may die.

Will Levy Commutatiogx.
Macon, Ga., June 4.-In order to
lighten the tax burden of propety
holders the county omn mIsslonor tet
and doeclded to levy 'a commlutation
road tax on all pors6on It lthbb county.
of road working agt.t This will apply
to all men bet ween the a:.g4 o( 1.
and 445 amd will amount tobout 2.350
S r- t per ainumt. '

Wrack on Tennessee Ce rtral
Knbxvlll, Toin n, J1une 4;-The Ten.
nesseo Central, i rasoper train due to
arrive In .t'ilillan .io~ NashvIllQe
this mfortif, '\aI wreoked between
lIarr!r'on '.r",'\ C(.Oriorvllle eaa'l. thls
morning, 'l- traintl Jmled the tr4ek.
It is r-:Nrt ero that the OligItar
and Sttvet:l )a tsngera were serious-
ly ir no t::.t:ly irJured.

JBrother of rnisth King obloc
tHlhoe obphle.wf a.1oil.lthit June 4.
-Prineo Jn.s or Selewlg-X[ brother ) lCGt ki.ng of Dnnmark, dcie
here? last 1ilht, lie contracted a
norgan-,t'e r,,-itrritet lu 1888 at the
, chateau orf allenidmt. ltn the Hartsr
tuount!,. with [1',both of Ztegetar,
ion whomn King C'htistian of Denmark'
. bestwoetd ( the tt+', Co 'untess Rooet.L

Futda Por Flood Sufferera.
Philadelphia,. P., June 4.--1 meet.
6tg of the permanent relief eommitteo
SL IPlxadelphia was held In Mayor
';,!Yf:- offic today aad at 1u Con-
a t6le09MnM waS Sent to syor!
iwpthad, of Toplka. KBam., author-
itni him to draw on Drexel & Co., ,
it titht lty, to the amount of 5,000. 1

We'll Mand yoen -ampl ftre6 upop reque t.
SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl Strt, New Yr.

The Hall Warn the. P arinol~al Apart-,
mnont In the 'Middle Ageas.
Amid all tile luxury. or a modern
home it s hard to realize how our
Anglo-Saxon .ancestors lived In what
%ow would seem a condition of utter
discomfort. Comfort was, however,
gradually evolved, and the present ar-
ticle deals. with the time when a re-
fined condition of domestic life was
flrst beginning to assert itself.
In this connection it must be remem-
bered that during the tniddle ages In
England there was general revola.-
tion in Society. A new e~sass had latfe-
ly. spring; into existence Feudalism
had been destroyed nlid the middle and
lower elements of the population were
With their social betterment came an
improvement both In house conatru0-
tlon and Interior arrangement. Narrow
streets were sti 1 the order of the day,
sadly out of keeping with our modern.
ideiat of aniltary requirements, while
thei l:onses were chiefly of the "half
timber" ,ind. some of which had the
lower story of stone and those above,
tnuwh projecting over the one below,
consisted of i timber framework filled
In withll bricks, It was a picturesque
fashion, but it did not provide sun,
shilne and air
The rooms were usually small and
clark. The ball was the principal pub-
lic apartment and renlained the only
part of the lioue unaffected by the
growing taste for domestic privacy.
1'he gnenit arrangenlent of this very
important part of the house Is madqe
apl)parenit to us In sudh pictures as that
of the "Iundred Men's Hall"' at St.
Cross, near Winchester.
As the hall was the usual scene of
domestic festivities it was consid-
ered necessary to have a gallery for.
niltiglsans. Sometimes this gallery oc-
cupied two sides, though usually It
was played at one end,, pposite the
dala. In large hulls the fireplace was
still In the mulddl.e, where there was
constructed a low plahtortm of stone of
u kihd that mny be Mieen in an bld cut
representlug the fireplace in the great
hall at Penshurst, Kent, Large iront
dogs, or andirons, supported the logs.
In some parts of Eiugland they were
calledd "cob irons. A group of orna-
luental flre Irons of the: sixteenth en-
"ury Is8 most interesting, Often an lm-
ploement placed beneath the firedot was
used for moving logs.
q''he: walls of the hall were usually
furnished with tapestry, .and in the
middle "wa4 n table with a' .beeh on
eachl side. There wer aidno a cupboard.
or hitchch" w it side tables, one d.two
ehimirs antd perhaps a "settle." hatrs
.were still 'inmpar*atlvely' rare.' Buffet
t SoolM were generntfly provided, and
those ommontly bad a hole thr0iogh the
iniddle for lifting them.-Home BeaUtti

&All 'lEa I al,
x.Eva-'l thought you were never going
to speak to Iliarold again as long as
yo lived
Ciss-l .know I said so, but It wasn't
iy fautlt that I broke the reahluti n.
Iva--Eow 41d It' happen
Ciss--le 'CAlled n uP over the tele,
phone. ,- ._" r J '
Delnoribluti It Eaxallt. 0 "s -
"The world Isn't what tt used to bl
oinpltlKlMi, the ecycl. "Formety. a
liatr. s ome chance. NoW It Al. Just
tie -J stnHt : '.e. " ie,.
"lust like, a clirch fair,' said the'
littener. supplyint the lacking sillle
without an efftrt--Judg e.

"I)14 you bs,-e main wv ii4 wthIi
your wife la at 'lht
S"No-onlyl a'ay if womr iblt tlhe l
te" fr

*. : ^ .: ~ S U the hat
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Oonhr VryeowiLatson Followingfates
Colouist Tiriketsn to Caufornlat Utah,
Nevada. New MeiBMo, Arizona, Colo-
rado, Oreon, Wahltton. Montapta,
Iduho, WVyomlng, on sale until Jubie 15,
St. LBi8 and Return
ONIX PFsis'.?ilrs CIlNTS. On sale
SJune .tl7,too4 toreur untiill Jane ith
San Franciaco, Loa Angeles and
.... .. ::^.|: turn : '
National gamo Qtp t G. A. XI Tck-
et* on sale Js llSl t Aguort' Good
to reIurn upilnvtober If.
Oenve, Col,,I and Return
On "le Jn 6LUto 0 JtoJuly Utb., Ooo tore-
turn miku lMaUt Mat.

Sror daily between
Nathvilleft, a louis. Pie rfeeianlag chair

ihute t4t:li;i "~sct" d the O'io
l:Rer.- or a t t amd pamph-
PFIDt b..i |LLi1R, T. P. A.,.
"';; 'i 7+/ /!. + ,: +, '

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A.telant, (s.

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kt'(Ot#tW ^ooTlD orueoio aqvA
At.4^tnptists. who 4i. eW.
pi oid left for* e n o by
prm ed. at her funeri :0e
t nothingg &iiould be sBHl :. bet het
'W.at ws we, The preTacet got o
Sthf ditmculty, rather neatly b ,
'tt +'A|rl, that 1 shall say other is this:
bhe was born well, she lived well, a14
she died well, for she was born with
the paine of Creowell, she liv*[ in
Clerkenwell, and she died no irlde-

: i .lerieat. Life .: 9140 ton0.
Bishops do not often ,igut Q in ,he
mhodqru novel. When they do appear
it i fr the purpose of supplying 'com-
I.c relief.,, Deans escape fairly ltghtl;
tie dean of fiction bha no worse vieO
than a scholarlyy stoop" and an Invet-
erate fondness for gossip. On the oth-
er -hand, the archdeacon-In novels-is
rubicund, fussy and self Important.
While the rector may be a hearty sort
of idiot with a bluff and breezy man-
ner, if you want a real clerical villain
he is invariably a vicar.-Treasury.

Not an Authority.
"YOU don't pronounce that word
eight 'said the stranger, who was do-
lig h s first J.slilng In a northern Wis-
consisn lake. "Webster calls it 'mus-
"I never heerd of Webster," fiercely
retorted the old guide, "but I'm willln'
to bet be never ketched a musky in his
life' "-Chicago Tribune.

steQI*soqno4thfald heels 1ngs

E. E. VOYLE M ger.
FIREt of ttleto land
ReuresenAfter a number of prominen

ses and unaercan eled mortgages.
Abstract & Realty Company,

E. E. VOYLc Mananger.
Get an abstract of titleto land before

Manhattaa "A" Typewriter.
Guaranteed for one year. Sold on
monthly payments at a slight ad-
vttoe' to responsible parties.
Typewriter Ribbons for
various machines.


E Voyle,
Gaainesvllle, Florida.

R. T. SCHAFER, Prop.

Fresh EIvery Day.
Delivered to-Al Part of Cityv.
Satisfnacion Guaranteed
Spectai attention to Circuses, Minstrels
andl othel tra cling troupes,
Huntag Parties. etc.
PO B0. lox 5.2, - GailnesvUille. Fla

SCAHDULD EPrrOTiv APrLn. 12. 1903.
Lv.................ja-ksonvitte.................. r
......... ......... B aldw in ....... .......... i .12
.. ..... .. aldo ....................
r........ GAINESVILLE I ............. Lv 71,
V . ... . . . . . . . A I -7
Ar ;.............. .Cedar Key........... ... ,
Lv................ S iver p ng ...... .............. ..
,.... T .s... ...... .,.. o oa.... .................
.................. W ldw ood.......... ...
..... .... ......... O rl o .. .......... . ..
................... Dade O y.................
............... ....Plant Ctty. .............. ".
.............. ..... Palm etto.. .............
......................M anatee.. .... .. ..... ..... ..
Ar................. .. ampat .................

.... 84.& 7 p. .. .... Taa,.rv..l O vi.e.. ..... .
05a 900p k.Ar!Lkq0 city............ ..
120...1. 1 0 1 SI p.. r Ok. ...........
1 op l i5 ....... A d .......... ....
8hOOp 4P 14a. Ar Meott.ello...............
... 57 p 20...... Ar T aba.ssee..........
..... 0 0p a ...... Ar uinoy....................
740p 64 ArRjverJunction .... ....
91 5p SOOa ...... Ar uena ola...............
... 12 06pp .. ..ArlVil...............
S1118p 936 ... ArNewOrlIans.........
.Ipl 53 046a ....... Lv J1aJkfnOlvllle... .... .
18001 p ....... rMao...... ......
...... 35a 12 ... A... il ta.... ... .....
. 10 10 880 ...... thattno a...........
.1 25&1a p11 ........ Naehvlle..............
S 136p 20 6a ... C o ......... t s ......
.4 16p ioa ..h...... Chlcao...........

Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 31, ei,
Saturdays, from Gainesvil'e.
Train No. 84, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman s1 eeers et
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York, via Riohmond and Washitiqjl
-buled day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via liclhnond,
dining car service from Jacksonville.
No. 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express car
tween Jacksonville and Washington, and drawing room 1'ulliman :1leeM
tween Jacksonville and New York,
No. 55 connects at Starke for LaOrosse, Alachua, Wille ford, Wainnee
intermediate points, and at Arcner with Early Bird branch.
,Nos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and .i:tinv,-vil'
Steamers for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Stundays, TucA
and Thursdays, 11 p. m.
A. O. MAcDONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksnvile F
E. 0. COBB, Ticket Agent. Gainesville.


Jack Calling at CHAJRES'ION 8 8,both ways.
The Finest Steamshlip, In the Castwise Service

Clyde New Engand a nd out
Direct Service Between JAOKESONVILLE, BOIST N
PROVIDEIoE aid' A Iltern Points.

alliL a Cwis'Ieton w,,llf
S southbound ........... .. mLewi' '"
Northbound...... ... .....From lFootof' Ctherine st., J. ,

S Coe St.A Jo Aer L e
Stopping at Palatka, Ator,St. Franos Bereabr (DeLand)
Landings on 8t. Johns River

Leave.Jas YSnvieap1d tO nS1 a ltws:
Leares Sanford 00 a.in. Mo i udays an'
s andsoun

Leave S80 pm..... ...... ....... r :
S, m- a t....- .. ..........pa"....

A'. ** 8a .'r ...... ...... ...Be .3c ... ....


A. *J GR ..p ea
t, I' $1 r+ fle O I'. t e, .
/ 1 -B lif '


S omaiesi l- PRPM'T, PAYMENT op'.LOSSESp .

We cover these important pints and, respe,*fully
soleii a share of q ur business.
Lie, A idett aid Health Insa ,

:- Agents for the -

Victor Safe and Lo0k Company

The "Victor" is the best safe made, and parties co nMt ,.
ing the purchase of a safe, 'or anything in tha lit
from n box to a bank vanut, Will save money
by coostulting psB. OCallonor address,

Information cheerfully furnished, TNEBSVILI, Il,

Air Line Railway.


9 35 a 9 00 p 2 10 P
10 15 94 P-250 p
11 46 11 34 p 4 20 p
12 20 p ....... 4 50P
...... . ..... 7 45 p
5 .0 p 7 . ........
5p .
4 14 p 4 42 a .....
5 1 P 1 543 a .....
7 08 p 11 20 a....
7 28 p 1146 a.....
7 46 12 0 ...
6 00 p 6 456 a......
Iv ..a I +Ar Ferna.ndiia......
Ar Brunswick........
Ar Savannah ........
Ar Fairfax............
A.r Denmark..........
Ar Columbia.........
Ar Camden..........
Ar Hamlet..........
Ar Wilinngton......
Ar Southrn e.
Ar Rtlelgh........
Ar Portsmouth......
Ar Richmond, Va....
Ar Washington........
Ar Baltimnore ........
Ar Philadelphia.....
Ar New Vork........

. ...i . ..e "P "P C , -,.

v, 404 ifit oIill
%, 0C00f98 1014"V 'r, Xpfll0 Aids DigeStion !

.ana n e pTint g ta rnd h e bo.lition f th1e' m sip u- ssipr e. ththe Child and

Ba S Ke t rtheorov e andorIomei ons 80 t t 41U o f t theeA D4ttU em.:pio laBs. ome to reAt

-o -,a'' l a a e d i t l e t.a: 'pto]tri Wt fr i5 Bs, cja'. O R MS 1
esas .. w-h- o -" 10 .....l o ve" onovrrl o! rnc n mo o qiftni y ,
Lo f Lo Staiertian,nubShd events for en ad- better _la of wor_ i . the fu&gure, _a_ e.-a,_h_ ,:eent_.aed_ W r Ton- .,

' e ndl ev deierti Oled, carr In th e. n withY, ai more" complete y4 :t of'l pe? qun theserious cndi 107in omedlsaW
4 ii.' pfaieo iolr t0 Yavearti 5l,5 sinx mo wn fihs il; $ a~ ion1illa.-et r pportn n t rvin :, :ps. .
... (1Ro
Sp tiepo l den, where t rbelon is r BAL, St.
bet ; el r0 unpublished every on- qnt ume ita tt i JectI are urroundd at -N -r a by Jn o n
E!* i ta urday, and, .n .Up the f.i.d lotonly resJ in '.vint ,.Mong Te alroa d 'wor are 1 1 P ia. *
-ra.iit wleek A6011 pratd tot' f 0 ater z!rupted. *"'E.o D R l c
iOa Jt eo l oeayl or1um r, wm0 C en:. mde : $aj, .- Prnch' .wl+ r a 0i1 We
IA 9 d eOrtl0n, bynd 5 ceely for each e i betteryl,! of: work ir t heI u lure, ie ia has b t on- p
ipil, lS.o .....e.o " w0ith a more nomp'let e y st of c- QI ,ote 'serious, c e eot-oli eri 2 I H I ie
S... t aii.O illadVbecome ade n nown fl ai ve igate and r lorot a the neipportune; .lii, th e Mieojcoinini Chine protncO I r Z a
o". Addi, *THEAT.N. l P-tiles forta ig posband e i the r ta to a e nr- 'l 4 attYU N, where t h e.s a l r lon is E L O RI A
"J.' :w:ee-Wk Sun it ...n eigplml~tge, tami.r extactly w'hat ,"s deilirod .kd : i- re'apdtfng, Two 'luudreid Frtech sl -
p ___anvawaru soe eiteitn -follow theth emple of the .rprisals. He Baod chis meant onlyu All J P V jU__ ^ I
,a it by ehe .onc an having revted t i s ow incerel hoed b a et ret surrounded .it YnNan-Fu r m ae by JOhnSOn O 6o. O inesv .
*!r*R '-if dv c .4 4_ " I.. d r , : .r. ... r 1. 1 .. .
:and finahy pt ed In t he Senate hnd sn bids. n e the io c io ,eid o e So .....

.l adertvingt'bis become". Sue fter lton te of Sthat ne ouldin t"iat a battryoa n a.ll ry h stra
i opeisarncee s o ofver nly tqu alethe ars .slaon a th ep rio prt atte ne t i ou'prls ggon the Mpr e ceoa borde. -bOL
h imel, buted i let a p Parties not i f M Harri hat been itry authorti lco an e lo te Ua nMo e
o thi req uired to Pay oe r a fealou- advtl ocate of proga urea of ed- ali General jon. at e gO SPARM
gav/ me ive the Batt, to dmet, l' at thori zeil hlm to exercise GAIrNESVILLE.
i o pSXth ,~ ~ah extent ,follow teexmple of the rprsla. He d hi m nt only
ar.. ca S tt a.nd ..onduct it own t e eulllht nt- o te obei. Vde4..
A7:. ^ :GOOfI LAW. printing ptiant.. A d~itflatch from PNirs, :F'rance, says !IIEST PRICE PAID 'OR ISLAflD COTT

ah PruWl .rsiio which arrived 'at l redlt wt
a hyhwo hi d t is ..e h ho.ya res.e th. of te o .- made by letter Or wire. Correspon-

a ;, ..artioun tlnd S ater o ullya quarter n ae,.x re l ofneti ai
a.ndin ay'.:p dg n t h e .,i s potln .s numbe of the friend f eduansioP of the b reakwat o nw i
bill po idi mtatt the raso tin he s tat e tn ha s on Fank a
i;!i:;!" i" !i timeCnthe !lllmini~n at :a.': large aausi the ue of State Su rlidetfor ~ Ve residentt Barrors Zl.'o,, owing to 4"D
SMth1,7ll s of President Ale ha refused too d n. OUqn'
ly of course prohibit ug a continu- babie o her own ex arid
ipes'e, rstoton .... ly oqf the c ar f Publr i Instructlon. -* .r 1n tM l; ei eneA tie .vUtfl '

Si^^,o;. M h'ladmrid, at alesat pon, French ground. *
S* m e a n inuto, wrelofcour a s am nin ll his life dr. e Harris aghbeen a t tar authority a4 the do ;l
a1c thi e iMmu and l soe no h alous advocate of s f progress alonged- cp. o'

; 'hand to be hrd o n t rohe Fromr a Cataryh stndpot the ed oc- Or mort, no irritation f ty in- I
Spart p ant s a the race A a spectator es u local pplcaton, gentle, prompt, rou

.or ording ry person gonn- about t he i e seems rp for the disease. Staple S' "sland Cottoa wi. find rTo. ; c . '
rilld woned fro thu aco-r^^ n order tnu I on WASHINGTON, NEW YORK .ASlVIPLE and
sdent, ofetho arth daye. tirret m o the oigtin e b and th EAS OT SPRINGS, N.
hc Wohlookiased the Houls Tueiday and .... rI...nNINNAI CMA tH OF T

become law on thwh nge approving of tohe diAm otly on the blood afdo oore C it E CAMEhl Aai _. __ _ -_"
S trucion. Ifonlyae the peopemadof F or ade atarrok rs h The dRT. an. WEST... o The Sapphire Count th
,ida .n tovrnted ntto letly e te c yc td a reg. of in" Talahasee Monday night,
; go *ni oonbu titl a part of thl gv. ton. e ttlfof t poed 11 t 0o 0 he lda I.b R *ai AY. M. CARY ct q o

e ai mutil biin B to prearsannal d wil, as oned of h the r eslt bsof uthis ,t d e ll *l* Foreign j

:an, the latire of heapt in r coals 't f tire, ibf e", rtao g dire t to athamn urTttop.
The dlii t x lit whioh p" o the two e-irediir o a bwhA. i. .
sI.. i n t of SeiWe y o prods ,e Beohronedef io ,l.
nehut cofyo ias a excel nt fonrooif n stuco. Pro Tol f a tdooe wal g
at.tin thi te- ho that h Alice Roosevelt p refused to H d o 1.00 V ily#
teofcourse, Sia prohibitingoa cot line at babies ofP her own thsex andoffc

nen ofthegauomobile race from Paris color. -

mile a mut, were Of course a men killed in the He Mdaynht
,,::9ace to lives and lii)s of all. who ......_._ ...... P.lanteru and Growers of Long N I..) 1ch.ar 'ges
Michanced to be on the roadtl, wie thor as Cataurrh Cannhot be Oued .
iwith local pplcaiois, as..they ca- RA LWA
aor bt obdiary persork s ghig about not reach tre' seat of the disease. Staple Sea Island Cotton wi)l find To.
Their diaily bllu iess. IIi the' number C'ttrrh- s a blood or constitutional
34i:nm dents of the first dofy LlserO Wae 5ev- ut tak e iena lT, reme- siesitd.O
biraloloo: ers who couldn't getou o Catarrh Cure is tei titernally, and O T '" the SrakNDaO no. i
..-. the way .of the whizzing eihe of de- acts dirtly on the blood.:atid u.ueou! cat with at C&X 8ON AND N A CO
tl 1o u" the .. ..o '.t i s pe ib 0m It

.acoidents3, it umghtlhave been a good onie oo the best phyliciIns,'inthis coun- COEPANYi Charle-- e.... I $x x,.alCa
11Midea f"r the govsrniueit to.1et the ac- OI .Al ii wS . The i't, at.
erslnett's luiss 'to .prori the, -J t ow ,combined with t .e bes bl-, ood "t O"t
can, the.iv:; o it. an 'nc ot 'W. All h.T ..'. Mru -Harris ...C.a.H., ..n t..

.:.,The dolsnqu ,nt .ax l eit which ap- tlow ot the prwo iaglodge" s s =01.wh rui a A
n3,. peared iu the Se"Oky:Sn of r wrndhru Iro er
oiday shows by itr brevity tdrct.. l. urtion hatrrh 'Send for te*thnnal ou '" U
.-10,, Gainotv llro od,,u' RI t"G
at thiisalne--it thiaows that the ism'e e l ', r". te p a'
are ~sr pruus4 me ttue average bian i'ofw tah yPt ~)TfOD5. '~igecoe....... 1 ieTbei fet1 410

h ra prosporOm% for tho avoratge 4Mn uauas Jamuy uills are iocbt..
delays paying his taxes until the prop- ... 1 e .... .... 10 T'e tabl In. effeet nU J 4, 902.
erty is advertised unleos his condition WILL. BE '.RIEO At 'JAK.ON.. ..
s prosperous and Ills fllunee oeasy. *" l u s t e i 4
This nay seti I strange assertion, buit Ortng [i F t and A handsteylstrted azine No. No. 1. ,'
it is a f"t which as be sustantiated White WVlthdra 'n.. devoted espeiy.to the interests of Daly DAi. TIOS.
Itaekar,. y-..Jine *.-,he oI.s ithe fruit 1".vegetable. growers of Santay
:1. by past records in the matter of de- e.haing th:t trtl of Jett an Wh!te Florida. ....
linquont tax lists. 'he people of Ala murdeN eases to M"organ county has A special trial subsoription'of six
S chula county are to be congratulated been withdrawn and thb cates will be months will be sent on receipt of 25 Ly P M Lv P M Lv AM Ar. P St Ar 1' .X
that they aro living i. a tuoit prosper- trird here' i stlaOn ta a jury c..a be reats.' .Stmpt taken.. 4.... ... ....... ... ....,.uirleld... ..... .........
ous state at this time. They have. been su..timoted. fom al adjl g t ...tii : ...." .. ... ',.. D y.:ag.... ..."..... .
blessed with good and abundant crops', Jett Wa' White 'erb ****** b'rNtts .u.t ... ...
and altogether they have rAt deal Into cirt by a Ile of sitle r W M A D SO .' .. *- - ... O
to feethltnkful for. .rlft.' alltaba shC t'ba'e w-ti *b "* It 1*.., SSB. . l,
,oth prie As very, im k al.,. ." ,
th e ur or d ver of yesterday '0* a ..: -... 8 0 ) iiMB a ;.....,.,. .... * *
Wile wotn of .Eghland are nuakhig .4od i." . ,,:, .... ...
ia ons all'. lomi-. wail on ai ount of and upo the- mugestioi .of ao Blectri ll nte B ar l s ...::: .. .. i .,,.........
-the ohild wives" of Aidii Wy, theY wealth Attorne 4. of e .nv. t........ .. .. Oitt.......... '
i. e dried up, shriveled granduothers ence sed danger to wltaeawa eontaIled, 0",0 *--* ..* .. -.;, iBhd. ......
.at twenty.- Just th.iak or ii! the court 4i*eetd tbt le ,4w e :. X 91 ....... ,.. .. .... .0oy ta .
o a Alle rk .i~~ght .irin a codi e al. a 9 10 .At
N' "4ow iftsome oftour lady f rietds who trial here'. Alw. g mtere iartRA e*, Osv 8 0W ......6. Be : i
ave a,.i y Miarihy laud and wish to go Th' 1*4 lihh. *ih. tlt r 10 Tiff7 T s I...n ... S0r .... 9 45 '
nto buisrnhs for themselves. wy noit to an r o y a a I y. Leave a t Wait, gBie eleStore, I- 2 7 1I 7 7 ^ (.. e 22 0 : s ft
try frog .firmtaig? nctle Sam sy, its*. Oonit.pated ... oTel a- ,'e o -
aIhttbt hes t. To havefo go'e h lth, -" I ..... W h ...* .. 4 00
-'t ith,,tlo,,,, *b..epto 1fi laxadi t o ore dto1A W t--I-f :14.8----7------ A ... 8 1
"-'.ch looreis you fatm worth the wsdwell* -spo'q d kt ha iy, -TlVXSIT O; : : :
*.. years agot What eOtorts on so tt s .tt b Votoi Y' R* "" '. |
PhaveOa bMourt oo bout tihethn- tidt p'da, A LL E a
iiT~tI U4Wi ,* f

WAS ,,Oo00
1 $.. . o f A l a s. A

tre et laterr .Artltr ,Sip,
the opera house last lt woe
tended, and the lad ihade what
ieterrped a modern hi in -t hi
"8evaic Alaska and the Yokoo
I'tory" Those pr5tent enjoyed
4eottire greatly. It was delivered.
Simoistinteretlng, grateful and iih-
ibtivep manner, and showed that in
tperil'ipprellU' Sher was 'a grehta
g;. liag Flori bOy, andi it
V besaid a hooeoy. unusuati : i
test was manifested i; ;swrk, 4,He;
fI t he leate froi' personal ex-
000e and, observation, aind gt0V 1
hheree an, exoellet idea of the-
ahd eustopis in that fati-.off land,
erehe spent two years. .
e program Was interspersed with
mbets of a vooal and instrurenota)
ore by our best local talent. Miss
nell pftorbtied nicely on the pianod
Iwas followed by ;. A. Goodwin,
favored the audience with a vocal
o orge Tyner delighted the au-
oe-with his famous negro songs,
-Wooding and Tyner made a big
SMr., Wooding's favorite, "Casey
oe Bat." "
e. eteirtalinbeat wasgiven for the
1ft po1the Oak Hall Baseball Asso-
1o6n and proved a big success, both
iucially and socially.

S Fight Will btl Bitter.,
hose who will perait in closing
lr ears: against the continual -re-
Irnendation of Dr. King's New Dis-
rOr, for consumption, will have a
*g auid bitter, fight with their- trou-
ts, if not ended earlier by fatal ter-
oation. teadidwhiit ~. R. Beall of
, Miss.,. bhas to say: "Last fall
wifte had every symptniui of oou-
tP0Ution, She took 1r.- King's 4ew
Oovery after everything else had
|ed. Improvement came at once
4 four bottles entirely cured her."
[ ranteed by al.- druggists. Price
iipand $l, Trial bottles free.
il, Finley Chapter Starts Out With
; Thirty-Seven Members.
hbe ., J. Finley Chapter, United
htere of the Confederacy, held IL
regular business -meeting Thurs-
at the residence oft its preaident,
aQ.,.KBroome.-,, ..
siness of various kinds was brought-
ire the chapter, but the most ,itn-
ant was the .appointment by' the
Ident of the different committees.
first was the credential commit-
which consists of Mrs. 3. W.
ch, Mrs. J. D. Stringfeeow, Mrs.
,. Lee, Mrs. Jos. E. Waugh and
Ts. ., A. Goodwin,
A second committee was appointed,
tose duty should be to draft eonsti-
tlion and by-laws for the chapter.
a this committee are Mrs. G. K..
room, Mrs. A. R. Harper and Mrs.
.B. Taylor.
Another ebnamittee, colnsisting of
iree, was also appointed as a historic-
oommittee. Thepe were Mrs. A. R,
harper, Mrs. E. P. Crane and Miss
The chapter, recognizing the good-
drk of the Soldiers' Hor tn Jaekson-
wie, pledged itself to contribute aL'
ally 20 to this institution. ,
This chapter ha. an entolliment of
llxty,-vetn charter members.
lhaltmbraifln's O01ic,, ChOlera and
* ...L Diarrbhoat Remedy ,

aI everywhere recognized as th0 one
emedY that ^ean always be depended
ipon pad that is pleasant to take. It is
speciallyy valuable for summer diar.
'hoelt in ohildrenl and is undoubtedly
il. menst of saving the -live* of a
rtat, many children each year., For
hl ,y .a. druggists and medicine

.KuOP -. .iOT OFFicEs..
futerest$ng Sion of Mount Vernon

xkouit yVern. Lodge W.2o Knight*
f Pythisa, bheld Ani interesMting meet-
agT"isday ev*< riaijgst. wboh o.ffioors
lt tlt i *ie .ii-i term were leCited, as

h etewr :::, Jr :.. O . .
ies.. ;. t. s. e a ,. .. B .i

...poss IW ^

i( e wn r eq r. C*W" et
high 6.I'.tr. I!
'l% ( e "adshe lilt1 .xp^ I '1
1Ith O5tIL opne~'.ty-vor b ow.( buattre lr '
reerea ^ S Oseretea :ni<^
*0Whlit is woriw worth. esltq~t.Uml t iy ri en. tec tje t l
work, when it t erfold withi J;!d WO
fitultIeBs. the enert of ( lbe hrin cells t.au t t atI
*t "' exhaw b itiw -s o ..... :..r. c, .wr.. ..
"'"One" ambltiOU of becoin!i.;, ;i writer, ....
for iipa pI.e, thi tlel is he s giving tl
b tri: l ng is.blni bio.-I yod mutilu ra .
liitts He believes that whn t hlio doe
over hours .i clear gain and that writ-
tIar a chapter or nn artile after lI s
Sday work iv n an o t(;, a factory or
'U.t "'e .t0. hs lviitage. But sooper
ozllatr'r he Iili l. hislllu m mistake. a-..
ture will thot be ele t .. ...
A itan* may protitably occupy hla
evenings in study or Iu some other oc- Po flex
cupatilon thai that by whli he earns



Mo. L

Via S, bord A Line.

fO4ite4 to it r'

iat tls ni i Av
U td i't eo !110 L m 'i*
i W AOr w A e '

o4w AC0
ysau fI wot ?

Mi q. -w .-..'


........ ion

O canot besc Jr byula lgtting the
etlon cannot be secure utiill the livetr
rn.I *k *nfrd

hl bood tearte40 g or Od: t e1 Wait.
in advan', .eao tonlo '.
Please Answer *iOverm iisemtt o. ;-
Inthoe aned, Wrti1miet1 .' '.iv peremen
Thaie ooh.twi l ot all t i i l, O lb m l_
heir at name w[i not bo Willw to sle rns

^ acts on the
S- liver; r cures ChA;;
# and Fever, and every form of
Malarial, B3Ilous, Rcmittlng and Inter-
mitting Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the
trouble, works permanent cure.

I b JobihTson Bros.. GaiiS vill


Gai nesville,

Men We Want to Ta
lf btd/Hise thatif I ateer taJ tin *a (Jo
f every m (a$i$1i .(o/ riicC I //(ln i the te
eve#,/e man t' .(reviil-lrte woeld rome i
Jcrw sthc we i 111 piiish ot Hifl*
week's arumm it /ls directed



W daly. tibread, bUt le cannot dl o a Lull
di4y's work of nlly kild and then wisen
ly attempt to do etreative work in the
evening. A fresh bralti Is absolutely
esaenthll to the produlctIon of rifgtgriU
thought. Even a recognirj.d iiuthor
who forc v(s too utlic work upon hils
brtlih will sootltRee that his writingls
'1.V o16t W. IU, ivh Ii delnian id s they.,
iivv l-liw'n aidl th:At his roputatlon to
wnIi;g.-0. A M1nrditln in Bucces.s '<
Dllytr All ltNon.
There ni'pe imily stories- told of the
tiaet and khloillnes: of Mistress Dolly
NIAtdigso i when she was the flrst ladly ,
the land. IHer ready wit saved ron
confusiontt iiy' a visitor to the White
Hou0s who was not accutomed to the
ways of polite society., .
One of the nloat awlusiLng of the lito-
rli(s ia the tnle of a country Ind Stt a
White lHouse reception who wias i*r-
prilid nlit the Midst of bis enjoy uent-
of a cuip of coffee by the aipproachi of
lhis lIosteas. In his Ponfusion the poor
boy dropped his saucer autd ,trust the
culp Into his pocket
Mistress Dolly, Who, Ilthough hbe edt9-
Wore keeti i. 1(lpeai01ng,!i' never e ariW"
aliytlliiig that it wis t i ntendo4 bo
aboul h see. chatted away with iar
guost so pleasmintly of the wexitber, the
crowd. and, finally, of the yotYng man',
mother. whom she had known or beird,
of1. tint be recovered trost his eo bat- '
rnssmnent and was soo'1 at .ae iAtid
ready to accept the fresh cup of6 e~0eff
which his hostess oideiWe4, despite a
certain eurlous and unt.plailed buil
in hipocket '.

The hlopse ,of .the e jk t:. 4.
pltrtelnt receive pore po1t:tg pwoba
bly than apytter borei ttO (e worl
tg osed every ofine |
the ptal 'oepii itu large btci" it tr
aiuwutltiu 0a.kl% the quartefn %tt I
rolas'ray.\ Dick r:l h tj.ati
m .ay b'." Thie, flrowen maru u4 o
thelr dumb ftletdi and ot 1ny' do*
ethry thnysl:p ible to a"ns tt
takle pleaiere In protdigif thBe with
little luxurles an tidbit.. Leat sugar,
nou Ht artd' other cindlet are pur'
elR19op by one fireman or pntothler in
eaeh.. engine house tAlmot 'every day,
and- passersby t gat ofte se$o the
hoft(es ttlt the Sweet ( rot Ihe
a~nft'^^'o^^rla ?'--.../* '00 ;




Fl rida

Lik To.
iftfwwhifl was n cloth.tit e/.pert-
pos/ve facts in fhe ese-/at? (
,taImght to s0 f1. all his cloth/ivg.
targuentIl op i thisi Mi(t't. Ahiua

Why aro the bestdressed men
Ganlneivllle our patrons?
Why do experts on dross Iva-'
ably buy from us?
The answer is obvious-they
now what they want in cloth.
ig- and the ir discrimination
1ll them we have it.

we'll ve"hire to #(ay that t the
E- i tov sr t I o I t heIo. .
ccd4H-.ctx 4 cal(eaf 4hl er fes sin (faive. 4
A /e, t lEicti 4ttfu el l, 07 (o .tll ytiir i
to oAwho .Wd the heMt v o thil ,ig,
-'. tl he ngpianTneout answer woiwd.
l flo Wr i,' i/l inter, of

'Kin g of "rts* .0 el "th I se 7
mill toy e f sio0 00 CWeO of '

lAU twir yIttt bay' ih i i I x
M RSi.:'aieh .ND Xid.A "

Ogttlttr'r 1

u'u-w w 171

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0 0l. 884 M i ,:,.

.ighetss t .. r }t .lEA fort
'' '. 'B '" ; 4 *i ;' i !1 i::ii' I "
S.' A.Osn: i #-t*lli

-,'; "* * '**'- .1 e'* k **^ -^ ^^ ^ff!
,r IMM, i.:: w ^ S ^^~lll

Do YOU want a saewin, ttaholluil
'buy aill you have seen o*l. ,10
maon r. I keop on halnd e II 1
ntedletW"ttounaiti HAI axuin
of m o hl;is, Old nmobies. s"
otbaniro., 8eoonhd-an.u tiatlMl I
Sprtee, Oll on or adrM C A..
.eiirnb ThO. slinRer Mt Co., e,.
0tttnvtll,l.pli, 4-T-

WA N'T'D-et to learn brthcr ;irtet. Yeit*1i -;*
saved. 4 thorougd t813, N.V ilmdAOn ol"n i
l ls,tli rttta, nd toM
to tlstiUt ippiin, lt usr elon N w ;
Tool twivoin. postloils 0,iilnr. ItrItolllitl ;
uivllod. Mt-1 Iat RMUIURt ,llJ.I. Mow"''. 'i^
Orlemm.a t4.#. ____ ___ _

l.'~itt"~N;FiNO.. 1

IF YOU witnt neat, up-to-now Jot, pIainUtn
'wlt SUN offtHe II the )tol t towe it

Mathishek Pianios


oeat plitno tor lsin trylnt *.oltimnnte, stAnds ,
tune longer lihlanu othoimornsmtruoted of
Wibs t uiater lit, U t a rtitie 4 ;
1w' wor nlwtu bhlip ota ilna blt .-.
'Up to to In every
dotal ii i U :e(1..
Sold by us ontllnuously for ..
without i single feature, If you
want a platTo for a fel i ll

rice s lotw a is conuatelitat wtib a,"ituka. i
Cash or on 0y termo. fIStt 0Wk to dlw*'
trial. We pay treihlig, Writa
for prices TOoDAV.

LuddenB& Bate;,

Bsouthern Music ..Hou

ahlls I, I, Iron iP, ,i.

CU rs, Beltniu fttog,eI. A.

SloiIghlt n it(Oar. Lot, ioi iu y..
N V I F*q llAy. I

Get Owe of reo ur, v:ats

Baird Hardware C.

.4A A#,M~t 4 L- . -.

4$ b - WAX, -

0. to o S? 7.e s .
.:: .Jl,U.:.V .l3,lH K #*LOR :-A I. 0.

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S*a"MA 777 7,
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" T O 397,4

Ferers Frpp Kidney

ladder Diseases.

long ou ha suffered, Foley's Kidr
U. This we will muaratee.



y cases of Bright's Disease and Diabetes that
curable, however we do not claim that it
mses in advanced stages as no medicine can
or you, but Foley's Kidney Cure will
rfy case of kidney or bladder trouble if
even in the worst cases of right's Disease
ays gives comfort and relief.

.leato Harris moved that rthe vot In the House.
i i onhidered, as it was poselble to S. ti g as a oommittee of the whole
,ik^id the bill by striking out the oh- the lunsie considered the Senate ap-
|lt|Oi-rable feature. This motion was propriatlqn bill, the most, liberal
Eipted. i itre as regard! State educational
IJPiBetnar Harris then offered n 'ieititi(ons dUith has ever passed a
ltlji.endiitment to strike out section 4, re. _ _ '__ "_
At1Ug. ''to the taxing of franchiisoos,
whleh was adopted, -,IrB i "
hbo amended substtuite was there
psaeid by a vote of 24 to 2.
I ihe nate passed Mr. Love's bill to
S ;regulate the sale of all sirups and
adlterati ons.
w tao4t bill to provide for the levy of
l mills for the payment of pensions
&y for the years of 1008, 1004 and 1905,
was passed.
ouvse biill to provide for the regis-
tratio of county warrants by the
I. otinty treasurers, ..nd their payment
.it coisneeiUtlv order of registration,
.W ,passeod
i bill to regulate sales of realT o uf
e tatfett and the consummattion thereof "
"had upon application of administrat- T 1
:ors, executors, and guardians, andd
S alidating such sales, was passed.
i touse bill memorialiszing Congress to a d E
fawike an appropriation to dredge and
improve the canal and harbor at St.
S +rsburg, was passed. tNO matter how
S .tate jwudicary committee bill to O ma
!i'n te.r ,88,302.11 and Interest from Cure will help yvo
the India war claims fund to th
* St--te school fund, was passed and cotr-
"tId tO the 1 " It has 0-0 d man
HoutS bill to prohibit the cutting of .
theears or head of nay domt.ioat h .. bee thgou ieht 1
Sulal before the same \has been dreseel, .
: ,,,.. ,,,. wal.tCure he4 e dise
UY A V Of 28 to 7 the Senat
tpaod IOn. Milohris' pure turpen make noW krdeey 1 f
tine.bill. ThI pure ispiriti bill pro- c
i",ldesA tinst, the dulteration of .tur- positively cure .ev
pihti\e, aund croeakte a supervlsing in i t
s petotr wmho shull nct in thew capacity tafek. in time, :
| court of ,appeals, il all matters re- an e s :
gdingK inspeeotion shont which a dl and Diabete it a
ptle hIts risei'h. Tie bill provides .
further for the branding of all di-
'"tilled prodluets of thI pi>;, tihe tur- R"emember whe
pentiniUronrdteeud by distillation of the
.gn betin "Pure spirits of turpenj- dCSt CtOi never
He' and thatprookuied by destruct-. d
e od istillatlia, "Pu-re wood spirits of at once and
",tgrpdantine," '
The bill was prepared. by the Tur.
iiine *Operators' Assooiation, and: O
"tav'ored by all thd turpentine' oup- ... "'
,eco-. specahist in l dne
At the close of the debate, Captain s " "
tire y of Lee secured the adoption if praCtlC before it W
a ndafletdmet excluding the State "
i oi for thetdeaf and blind from the R l HYS
OMN'tn Oft the aimendiueot.
':r." ;. f the withdrew his W, L.b YANlO 'ofL Padu
three aof the bet pbysi
SWatt. .. P tnat Hall sHought to il f l
404d the bdll with an amendment
a{ter to Mr. 8 troe r 's. reducing the te
ait to onethlrd, but itwas voted .
s ,)otnmportent .amendments SUrnoio WMRs of )oiWe
gee o b the friends of the t.1wety-4vi yP U a*d I
aEIst 4be toarsh seotton ws reach- bought bottle of J
I eakog to abli a ei*; "
*Otki" iftM te ? at.1 : A

the .Work


cases, so commence taking Foley's Kidney
avoid a fatal malady.

ey ure is made from a prescription of a
diseases and was used for years in .private
as put on the market.

cah, Ky., writes:' bad a sevemt case of kidney disease Ia&d
cai ii southern ntucky treated me 'witut ss. I-
S('r, The St battle gave immediate relief and three
sanetly. I gladly tacoammend this wonderful remedy :
, Y., writes: I and beea troubled with my ktdaeys for
edh several pyuiclans but received no reef uui*n I
G ~m aAe' esasiat twoattles I was u
.. 's ^ .. - '+ "". ",.:,, .. .

F orlid': Legislat-ire. I, ... .,.
sid ered by seetionsm ad it wn ,
before it wtas.apptlreltt that!
1onn!.' 'ppositiol| to some If -
Mr. Surzier, of Marion, ,.. I Iu
tiieidminent to divide by tw ; : .-
Ipriations for building sch ld ; ......
Hia nutiade a lengthy arguminiI .. I
port of his. amendment. It
strike in popular chord, h]e iv *.r,
8tirring-speeches against it wu r.. :;,
by Mr. St. Clair-Abrains of I,('.f Ir
Webb of St. Johns, Mr. 3N,. (if
Hillsboro, Judge Campbell u(t vli
Mr..Riversof.Alachua and Mr. ;:!.
bons of DuvaL.
In executive session the t', vf
appointmtlnts were-confirbin Il !, i'"
To be trustees of the Southn i i
Military'College of Bartow-Fi, r.
years, 0. O.-Wilson, A. W. (;. .
ind R. Cresad; for two yvn'a. 1
Crill,lW. A. Blount and P. II Kn .:
Pilot commissioners for thi e ri>
Codar KX-eya-" John L. Ingli, \'
Bryc, .. A. Alford, J. H-. W\alv :1 J
John Hf, rowns.
SPilot commissioners for the iort o'
Perlsaoola-T.. E. "Welles, .1. M 1;2.
don and J. H. Iarvell.
ComninissionOers of pilot-age f,)r '
port of St. Andrews Bay-W. a
and J, R.- TboTpson.
To be harbltriwfterin fr r thiea
port 6f Fernamtdiua-Tlhomnvis s l,
vice Tlhmas 8. Davis, resimgned
To be filth eom'n issioners in i ,r
the Staoe oforfda--Johln Y I ;i
ler, John r atr and C R "
To be trustee for the FloriiA';:I '
College, i. tatoed i Tallbahail '
William Miller.
To be b rinteesof the n '
Florida--For four years.
Geofege W ,'Wilson ; for two year.-'
Parrott F. E.iHarris and E.' )
- To be acomtniopers on 11r
of legilatiot--Rfobert W. W-,;;..
JohnV :.lAveryand Louis C. 3k''".
Oommi/ sloner of pilotig'1 re: -::,
port of Apaohloola-- 11 \ I :
S Do yousEnjoy What Yo o, "
If you dont'your food doe. :" .
much goiod. Kodol l)Yspf'.i J:
the rmeldy thate'very on" *
whqen:thee I" anything o "'u *.
the sxaoeh,. There i w
03n*t44iaUlth and str.'ii-;
and body eWcept by- t0'"-;
T h e J ..,;W .to o., n .'ir -. .. .
thIough 'tte stomach T1.' "" ^
o ^smg t will be let d()': ,.:
am.elll ep l. ;
te^l g.rOeUh, *

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Sarl Amendments to

-., Which .. i ..

ias a Qommittee of the Whole
akes Favorable Repot--Placed on
'oond Reading for Thursdity.
Ather News.
,. I.'ote,'chairthan of the coin-
Otwc to ilivoetigato the conduct of
6eroisen .lBrowne in relation to his
inection with the Monroe county
1tory matter, submitted his report to
a os0e Wedniesday afternoon. The
iot. exonerates Mr. Browne, and is
41iprindipally upon the opinion of
A torney-General, who investl-
^- the matter.
ronmwell Gibbons' Jacksonville
rtr bill was reached in the Senate
. SeMor Stockton introduced a
stittt, which he stated was prao-
lly the same as his original- Senate
jOxKc'pt that in section 4 it pro-
^d for the taxing of franchises.
amendment Was read -and adopt-.
The president amnounced'that he
ught the adoption sufficient action,
Senator Stockton desired to have
"inendnient advanced to its third
hlg, and passed.
laojtolne, there developed strong
omition to the taxing franchise tea-
i. atd on a roll call the amendment
loiit bya :vote of 12 to 14.

i ov-:we

the kidneys are affected

'.6onsi ovation of the p oprktfttot
bil was ensueded by i i'h sokise t-Ai's
afternoon, and by A ri'g vote the fol
lowing amendment by Mr. Strosier was
adopted,, : . ". .:.
That no school for :whlob apptpria-
tipsn |Rinad,& in-tk'a .aiJ SOb0acpit..tlfe in-
1iAute for the.: bd an di;b,; hall
admit Any pIWtl into its tlis S under
sixteen years of awo, unless such pg-.
pil shall tpss sucestaofully iat entrane
ex6uiniiatio i on the course .of study
prescribed for a junior high school as
provided for by an ac of this Leis,-
lature, or shal' present a cettlicate of
graduation from a junior high
Mr. Gilchrist offered a test amend-
Inent to strike oat $25,000 for the boys
Iad girl dormitory at thiue East Florida
Seminaryat a(itnesville.
Mr. Watson spok6 against the
armetndment, toliowed by Messrs. St.
OCIir-Aprams, ,MoNampee, Campbell,
and:iivers. oThe amendment was lost
by:a rising of 24 to 23.
'the committee voted down all ma-
ter.i,! amendmienztia and then recom-
mended that the bill pass aus amended.
The O QntimleuIt.u Ohwu tiifue was to
m1ake liberal appropriutios tor State+
educldtioial inSctLttions.
The till carries. $619,Q 0, for State ed-
ucatioia.l isisutiLouLS, including the
school for the deaf iad blind at Bt.
AUl the n1Ow buildings provided for
are brick structures.
A motiou to itideolnitoly postpone the
b, llwa&loat by a vote of 25 o,384. Tihe
'House then made the bill a special or-
der for totnorrowin moriing at 9 o'.cluk,
and then adjourned.


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o a lio lo the house of
te p tr d6cLared thet cb
ld te emperor', xomi
t l mandate trm the die
otnsequnOtly hostile rsotluoas
p~rliam it adopted, would neo!
them. The ..housa o,.f peierU
Sthe enancial measures. '
tiiGe1e Van Sch.ic.k, lawyer, c lb'
Wi| -44. a nephew of Mr.. StuyvesUSt.
.bo-a ee l married to MKiMinia
elMater Haulenbeck, of New York,
t *sIekenaaek, N. J. Miss HAiulp .
c' Is a. nie.e of Gcnhral Robert :
S.: The6 grocm is said, to be a cou*a
ito Presilent Roosevelt.
A dispatch to the Chicago Tribbome
oun Washinitron, Saye: Yrienas of
gene F. Ware, the contmiSiiOsior oft
*nislons, are uneay -about hira. i
rat. eaulght in the floods at "opeka
nWa,, and, has not been heard from
or several days. Mrs. Ware is not
alarmed for the safety of her husband
nd believes she will hetr.from him 13
bon as t legraphic coramuucuation la
Stored, She has telegraphed him
Rvera ttines; 'but had received no re&

Inconufrmed rumors are in circuX.
Ion .at Belgrade, Servia. that King
xandrla's French cook has coanimt-
1 Iclde, at the palace after having
in detected in an attempt to poiso 2
oen Draga.
ir Thomas Lipton's steam yacht,
Sad the challenger for the Ameri.
etip, Shamrock III, from .Gourock,
laiand, May 2S, arrived at' Fayat,
rea Island.s, today.
Phe freight teamsters andfrei.ht
dlerB. employed by thlie wboteaalo
ses of St. Louis have returned Ioa
rk aiter being on a strike for 11evs,'"
weeks. The frei&'ht handlers and
reh6iT.smen employed at the
l*hIt houses on both sides of tho
,er have not yet settled their griev.

I iSOver1andO & Qes *akl ..O ......a.+n.. ..

moptsseeyF *c Graduate B3lt simoreCoete Dontail Suritery
Dr. u s.." 1.vftwyeuars'experdoein New York Olty.
D64o beco* e dldmouraged. Thole I I OrwB ria' work a I1I eclaites.
f viho y< -t ifsec'01.Ury write,Dr. T nnr r A' tWQM ..AANTED.l'
_i haBpso t a .11f il ,)s llos ttn ,ctirlg Jna 4lC OII ro ti1AiI ia .ANKSVI.iJ, IL.A
iCttoa ua;os+,t All coxnstiltat4ous 7 *tYObri Ksijney and Backache !ate i "R J PlERSON'
uredtwo vry b adores among ou ,t CU ,. '"""-
toers the past, year whosit the doctor D N'IST
gven up. J. L. STILL& .CO, Wtollmand* .
,, i 6sts. 50c.t $1 AS k forlCok Boo. k Southl ide o8Square, (aeiuesville,. la
Vt VITII iSure Cure, 0 lru
,T.VIlTUS/ uAKNl. 'le'Lnr.u Froedl N "arnes Etock, aerOl the lhal from Smilh'l
B' -l- -. A-

Dsl every ain e tlm .!t. n A h ltd pu'ui
1*3 .r a KU? r ro Ikrr IiIJeoEdensoi,
*410 n a r v wolly dtrynl w et ol IfiJO' I It5 ,(V R D It
wilit.s l Jt'k a rsi tllciiio A011.b4Lttn O t a l "t iil ti s 'h l "tl e. DEInS'.
1hns o tit. ili. I, 4 4tll 14.NC 'lfI' i il'O t>i4 l 4a tuio.l0 llI? H e "
bthoi)l 54411 34t('t4l tr1 lil'4h 5 i3 l 41 'lil!i5t,4X) 8hi > i n" PUItY tTR1' JY T7 l tII1'A lIlf.i
brlvtold wIla .nuk i n anii4 l 45 f vli 'll F t> ( t. i 1 i ll)1 1AorArcy a 1
CATHAFRTIC We buy or "iDl atu e. or enncontrisot
.IA .Vlld- u t-.% wiZ m5 'I sidj- n li M4'1I5L

Plhaaotm m ValsitMble. Poten T'Atea od P
Good, Nov..r iko. Weakn. O I 'ripto.10oe. l Zo 0.
Gfltli nown'4y (.nmppi.y, melwl K *0, @l w e..l w S*iT V .
NO.TO-BACOG ,? -..

Use Bitl i or utiut lum
inJ "t! 'h loMbrasmil,

lI Ira ki" urr l i uu t Ir U iort
The Monte dt Plta. state pawn' narno0tr3a. 4 otrrnoo u iii brlate.
kiing establishment at Naples. was ;7 o, i. totr rn
.troycd cy fire durlta.g the n!iht. The nrgIlNNATit l b
ong room flled with valuable. was a.t or it in pait ,1wrap, ,
tted. The dawa:ge according to soo i. or. ttl",ii ,
Orts amouirts to $2.,4(o000,. QLrcularl Pi 01 14l5
s London dispatch saya: It ls un-
Stotd that the duke of hA T r T E PgUBLIC.
d4 Iona Island to the Carthudanas,
Were recently expelled from the We, the undersigned, hereby agree
iastery ot the Grande Chartreuse to pity $1,000 to any nmanufaoturer of
I~rance. The terms og the eale paint who can ihow, by similar tests,
to provide for the preservation of any paint standlog upo. any i gttt
sacred and historical aasoclatlons surface as perfectly and for Vo lonl a
be slalnd. tinie as our r
His Last Hope Realized. APH ] rAT E1ATI. i .
S[From the Sentinel. Oebo. Month ] T r pairant ORAPUlit0 3 AI. i
the first opening of Oklahona to PI paint to ~otirin n< taB, 'lrliQ !s
erF in 1189, the editor of thia pa- phautum t' i.y of he rt' 4e ot.of
was among the many seekers after petroleum, nd whe aplied to any
nie who made thi big race one fine surface according to OU r dareotlon to
in April. During his traveling weSir perfotly. for a period of flve
ut and afterwards his campingR poin years, and we agre tree furnirii, ifreof
claim, he encountered muchnl bad c1hirge, all pain neesarl.y t. epap
r, which, together with the sevre any surface where : It haa proved d.-
gave him a very Revere diarrhoea. festive. gled
h it seemed almost impossible to The National Paint an4 Viarnlih O,
k, and along in June thecase e be. Cleveland. Oho. Ui. 8. A.
eo bad he expected to dio. One We take pleasure in antounitng that
Onl Of hijs neitllt) r broUtig hth whae ieud LIML.i.
sm1 ho bottle raa Calb li have surted crnitro1 fr Alah
c, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy countyy for the l ale of 'the. olebrated
last. hope. A biK d<- was Riveln TIAPHITE ELASTrO (g jerk!lyi
while he was rolling abolit oin the l*.tlwn fas Unle 8 in paltt.) Titf
nd in great agony, anrd in a fow pl)trit has thoeigheslt entoemetai for
utet the dose was repeated. The tin I ad Iron roofs td il ped
effect of Ihe medicine was0 oon letal.
eed and within an hour the patiet i To HOp H A 8. C.
taking his firt t)nind sleep fora i it t. "l .
Eight. That one little bottle: work-
oomplete oare, and he cannot help
feel grateful. The season for bow- T'
,isordoer being at haid muliggests
item. For oalt; by al dr.ggists .. .
medicine dealer.
11 I'lntaer WeVre Architeets.
ery rfw tf lthe old hoise of the 4n i
Ith. cs'xrpt Foin, of the .Georglian L
of Crha:irh.silo4). whl1cb belong to
earlier I'-wrlod than the white cOl-
"'d "ho "'se "of t '' snriy um palicte, th
t hraeh-Oiv aotratoihrly ehntrlONratlti In-
S Th re :lsct Is isot far to seek. om pal .
t 1n. the lt ooiltrt cltias of the
h skilled ilatnr wnt rans, 1id or- l.
|cts *ir'Ce nazli.itt Unktef lxn. T h
t otnlajorlty of linters re -l .iere istck of Li, -
itnconwipl 'ed elt i 1r ;t ipoitert tbeir
Steeturl ds,. :ti- or .drw them tir, toV( .V1 W 4,
war"or Araw E o tCt
I dlve. Mos (,e tluTf ti .prefrredlo Mo tn io Ll M ilne
le latter (as ThOtunri Jtfloremo prtM-
dto:.dmrw this owi phlanvs for Mo ii
0) and to ove-rse p4"riLniilly the i l
Ith th.S tad :Ia vietw almto s-.t n;. I.
f' t f.M Its the s tte ith. prior t It FrI t.LW f l
W" wv stidefit f i.ltecturt e k 8ehtUlt* to
be ~rypurab assert of such arcb tee- I s. f bltf NAHVlIJr,
Sto tim. e.Ti t. dy heaiavy .-rv e ,Ar'* LLE, lOAO ,.

,--r" tI lite faew ti softiastsm Wft ag, s
joe4' ;etbwe g o titk i Utb 1es hntb M r.1 I '1._ VLW ,O.. t $ 0 t" o t
i l4u1s fI s 5AOla.r a BiiattitwL -.tt All l i't)tu4.t
9ra010 an60 u illt Quickl y Trll mg T"rk<1T 1.AL, A?. i' .:4'
0a,1 wh o* ; t1l1, UsIpTO 1W 0,le*.

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No, o Noa3 No0,34 Between Jacksonville and New. uiorfk o ___
751 p 1:o s> 846 a Lv. JalaokonvWmilula ...So. Ry.... .......r.
t)O 1 1 a50. 1 1iW ) LY,. JS uS a .. ....... '" . ... ......... :
so a 4 30 1 n x<. Sovoomt M Ita;. .... ..........,.... A :
* O 9.a s) s e f16 p Atr. Columbi, ..... ...... ..
) 5 a s .0a o0 a 0 Ar. N. .. ........,, .L'
/t24 1 a1 .41 1. 54 . Jrore ilio N. .. .. ... ... .. . 4;; .
ap 2ta r a/t i Atr. iDtavk ite, Vll ... .............,. ,l.
-2a- -. r..... Mt Ar. lobmo4.i Vu.. ....SO .. .......1y 1250 / -- 4^'t
4 11 p O to1), a i .A tA r hoon l v ..., .o..................n ,. i
1 i10 I 7 32 43 Al ato Vl .s vt. .. .........;... ,Lv 4, 2I 1 ."
'1w-Hi' t 14 5 74ti Ar. W asshs atos t.. U C... ................,lv: 1011. "
II i l>11 5 0 V Ar. Baltlore. M ..l I. P R .......... ...... ..
S tl 1 1 Ar. P h li l. .... ......... .....1 .v I 8 1
O1 m. :d 1Il'-"Tl>f Soushorn l. tmhtcd. Solid vettlbusled traith of PSUlmiiSae, o
11oth, (ai.aurtil> t i liul5. e tl5.k io stt,, ob-servAtison tland tniyf O)rs between JaeoeO*iv1 *L
N e W Ytork., ArrIvet litf.i al e e-liti Mm dIs leaivestdatillex0feptSundays.
No., 33 an ;H.-.'+"'New, uorkte >is slorlua lxprea.s.' PUltltn ndrawnit room sleopilUltntal *Ai
dlhtInir cl bet.w4)ein Jniltesoi1vlihe ssnd New YorK. 10eohita blltwe Arkil Jlontl Btl W,
{t1tg ui lMiliy. -
Nostis, 1)stild o(-"WiVduhlitOnl id Fo'lOrhns 1.uilted," Piltivan drawitwn room ,loedlnla eop
betNwesmi .li aonvhlle ttiNtl wmnv Yora, Coi hlemi between Jao snvo tiitd WhtVlssliruoioN, l$AM1*
Otrsi bLtween Cs>Ilus >bluit ftan Wis shIMtliton., "DlIlv. '
N0 30 Iu til) :,!,L,,.,., or Ieesy., : i "j No. 2-
.. .. .... . ......... ...... ........ .. i' ,
1 .1.'..... ................ n th....1...... . r0
i0s W*. L .......... .............. (34 ttvhis h.S.U . ........So. y........ Ar, Lv 1 "
i i Ar. ..... ...... ... ... ...Asiluillo. N, 0....... to, ly .. tV. 45 0
u1317 Ar. .. ...... ............ lot Stirm S ,b N, O......... yR ... v. I1 215
1100 Ar .. .. ........... ino vll in.......... Khoh. ..... ,,I b .le ov, / l.. ...
%-h)I: ) likiluiilm drly ,i Wit ou ilt Iu It, iLii i O lt' vbotWe .o Ji )o4teit
No,.5 -lNoI Ithmw i! Jtknlie an iumi (hie North and West jNo.| t o
9'10 a 7a.15 p iv, J. lsvi f ,t,(t. l.. .. ".11,i l ,'ty ............................. Ar. 8 '1100
S1201t A W i .v, ,1(s>i, lUit, ...... .. ... ..... ... .... . As, ,1- 3
)355 16 t i s r As'. stl ott, 01 It I 5t Av. A tllmi.U, as....... .................... ..... . lO 410 o.w
0 L 9 1 a Ar. Cione o. Oa. .. i .... . .V............. .. ........ ,...v. 8R 83
19 U2 15 r Ar. Deito ll, UtI, ........ .. ..,...... ...... ...... l..v. 'l
t, v(Ar Cl utt too~i, Toll 1 .... .......v. Coy
s 40 ti fI A1 '. (i.VI, 'lnisint-on, tit%.. .. .......Q. . .... .... ............... [.6 t0 0 1 -1
| .(.s rM 1 p AS'. I st n.tn. H... .e *. ( .. C ..... e.. ... v.. .. 0 I
8 1 a h 1 i| liv, C hilnnoltIo, Io. our .... ........................ At 7 0 00 ( ,
f 30 1 T 10 u. Atr, t'timit0o11l. ........ .lo lti, r......... ....... ......Ltv. It1)1 I0
s) 0 n I r, h tlo ito..... .. .... l ut, ne ,.... .. .O W.... t,, > 100
W M V0) t Ar Lv.Couiln l, ito U... . D.-Mou .Ol,, .... 40 1 I(40 '
tBfiO )1' 5T i2 t Ar. (thiatso. OIh .........(!." A U.-Mo m .............v. Ar. 7 )i,
V a7 IiAr.S&. ut .MIl& 'tpt ........... Lv. 100I p t130
1) as 5) 41$ 11 p L 1Uitbolsns. Oh(.io. 0. U. [ l)-Mk?1O6. CellI,....L.. AY. 0 is 7
9t BO p W) <1 U aW At 'L'sl*4U. (O hI. I U M*v ... ... I l 1 A p 2
4 20 41I 7 i Ar. Detroit, MIeh ........... .. . ,,,li, 100 13 .,
8a so 540 p 5651 1i Ar, PhItt .lttliat ,P .. .. ) .......... ..........Lv. 1 1
80 W t 3 1 Ar Clevelahiut,O ito ..... ...' ,........................ L 8, I 710
730 t M) o y. Lexhnstusn, Ky.. M, Hy-,..... ., ...... o1...... +"-- 10)6 a. l I t) ,
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and Octn.lminti. Arrive sitlaulyv exoo M(o)ayI loitvwod..Y eiaoe Optiltl dilThl'I t
dralwinl rw miHalohit oiuari to Ultihait o vhi it ll rvr: to Utoevelitpo vi t IlnOj t'tW t
vit i'e INnvi asn ia .ne.i. 1 ibrtiry olke'rvin tilo iar to loM i U0I0 rit-olirM l h it
to'Ch Ltooosa DlinlI oar t i w tnultni tl. Also aio 'a Y., Thursdaly aiW 1tlsU Sy, th0 ingI
Nil. l; aoid 1t it e MiuTrki la I.Jsmttld." 11 vouI huloe Ir iw1lIPun tl lh iiwho tt 'ortg ,fi l
lID t 0i ii l ".th -ohit uIst. )iortsisi+'>ru ooitu.tlihsse4 l ) it all-di!!il lKto vt4Wfeit J folio t5i fll. 05 ot r
It cam.111 4 t sAilti" s l aw r oes FI I)het b 5 54a ) a Vltwi S ow rIol no
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F. M. Ramsey of Wn Vhoota, one of
i the most progressive. plantte ..of thia'
l t section, waTrding in the'ty yes-
M4by'Otar js Mr. and .Mrs. Royal 0ook sOre'er
.. .. ingover the advent Of a uncig
olNAL ANb o i "IAL I.TEMls baby boy, whi-ch was born Wedn~sday
SHJ s H3appenedand What Going Mrs. P. A. Ruhlal.aid chi fiell' x
apTpenTold in tShort Paragraphs returned from Micanopy, where they
That "He WV/hp Run May Read have bee on a visit tote former's pa
t The un .. re.ts, Oajit. and Mrs. D.C. .Hart.
S ^' Dellcious chocolate, peach.;and va-.
&?s~sre wlth C(uski n & Hill. nillas ice cream for sale :at Mr.. Masorn's
Wi M. Adam of Wintor was in the his afternoont for there benflt of the
VirMr Ada u of Windeor was in the G esviile Confederate monument
u7 yesterdayy :. fund. '
i erry M. Colon is attend Ing to some Remember the grand .eecrsion to
pin portant busine s'in Tallahassee. Tampa over the ,eaboard'Air JAie on
l:Room and board $850b per week. Ap- the 15th inst. 'Fare from Gainesville,
yj to .Mrs. L. W. JaSksou. diw round trip, only $2.25, tickets good re-
Better see Moyers about those con- turning until the 18th, inclusive. 8t
tracts right away quickk, lest ye forget., .'Marion Woodward o the Armour
i member Tampa and the Seaboard Oar Lines,,with headquarters'in Ocala,
riMr ne June 18th. Let everybody arrived i. the cityyesterday. He re-
go. 8t ports that the movement of melons
NNrs A, 0. Or.mm has returned from will be heavy in that sectlo0h within
pea afant visit to relatives atlBirmting- the next week.
m, Ala. N. A. Callison, the boss stock man
Rl- ev. W. F. Malphurs of Starke is in and phosphate miner of Beunington,
t..he .city for ae-few days. He is the was a visitor to the city yesterday.
guest of relatives... Mr. Callison owns one of the hand-
L;'i C.B Ellis, the piano man, has re- somest and most fertile farmsain Flor.
tnraed from a brief' business trip to ida, and takes great pleasure in enter.
il y h Springs and other points, tainlng his friends.
.-or. Rent-New obttage on corner Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
torth Bay and Orange streets. Rent Tablets are Just what you need when
reasonable. Inquire ofNettle Rqbb. you have no appetite, feel dull after
eating and wake aVrVtith-a bad taste
ber White of eter rg, n n your mouth.."They will improve
eletent engineer in the employ of the your appetite, rleanse and invigorate
,iaptie Coast Line, was In the city yourtstomach and give you a relish for
y .strday. your food. For sale by all druggists
s i; ,and niediclme dealers.
Ptlip jW. Warren, formerly of this l
S r is Supervisor of street work Davies,
J ty, ,utpnow of Savaunah,. is visiting
i thert Mrs. o S0 h, vJohn ison g Nrh with his force of several meni, is stilt
i her, Ms 0. hrtengaged in improving North GnaraNen
*a leslle. street between Liberty and Mechanic.
A,0ordion Plaiting-Any. width up This work has been greatly- needed for
to 48 inches.' Sun-burst skirts plaited.
S F. loh, 281 W. Duval street, Jack- some time, and will be appreciated by
siiyle. dilw those who have occasion to use the
0 .,;Lvivingston of Palatka, one of the thoroughfare. The paving material
Seflient .eyloyes of the Atlantic being used is Alachua rock4 and is said
OoastLine,. s on a brief visit to rela- to be very durable.
Strives in this city. Miss Olem Hampton departed
Grand excursion to Tampa June 15. Wednesday for -Valdosto, Ga., where
Tickets from Gainesvllle good return- s!mq will recuperate among friends and
; Ing until the 18th. Fare, only $2.2 relatives for a few days. Miss Hamp-
for the round'trip, d8t ton, as flrst assistant in the Gaines-
It. .Emerson, postmaster and all- ville Graded and High School, has
Stout hustler of the thriving town of worked earnestly and efficiently for
E Irkwood, was among the visitors to the past term, and deserves a vacation.,
he :county capital yesterday. He re. She is regarded as one of the most
..port, his section prosperous. competent teachers in the State.
'SiiBgle young e will find the Dr. J. W. McOolluin tos now in charge
eto4aest furnishe rooms at the of the Wallace Drng Store, the stock
;rorwn -Hotuse Annex, 75 cents- per having recently been purchased by
Sweek to $2. Also several rodms for Bodiford & MeCollum. While the
Slight lhouokeeping. Apply Brown firm of Bodilford & M Collium and the
A lueof th. e 10 o Kib iow acquisaI.tion will be virtually the
h All of the ueniberA of Kirby Smith same thing, to save confusion the old
Chapter are invited to report so frm will be hanged toJ. S.Bodieord
time during thi afternoon and evening frm will be changed o J. Bodford
at, Mr. Mason's Ice Cream Parlor. & Co., while the new firm will be
Each member of the chapter is re- known as J. W. McOollam & Co.
quested to consider herself a commit-
tee to see that the ice clram and cake H. O. Stephens, the' progressive Jew-
sale la i success. s' cler of High Springs, was a visitor to-
i MRs, Jnmtes lll?, formerly of thls this city yesterday. He .States that
city, ut now of Phliladolphin, after 'a the "old town" ls on a genuine boom,
Opleant it viet of a week to relatives Thb building of the High Springe leo -
.hor,, departed for her homo yster. trio and le ba manuftcturing Oompany,
- .day. 'liir old frionda were glad 0f the of which hels a stoehholder,'s rapidly
I, iopptortnu(ity to wilenmiie lher again, and nearing oompletion,. and that the
l.:' tru~t tihat sh,, will visit Gainesville Plnt will be on ope, iun niot later
Again next straneD. than Ausgusti, The'ompany has or-
'I>l .M. Ingersoll and M. H. Chamn dered otof the moat moem ice
b|rs, ba two clover ann hustling ropre te, ant d or thetonchoaaersyan^tipe^
^ s.entatives of tIh Oontitnental IT6baoco tta the p*to, fo01tto Ititiipefte
1 C Oompany, are in tie city distributing pofltstrymtheV lstment.
a tamplea nnd otherwise working in the ,0ue'eof the 0bjeots 'for whiiohSKiby
| Interest's ol thaLcom ipaniy, They were 8mith Chapter, U. D. 0., has been
' "very liberal in the, distribution of working for th pat two" tea t is a
patinph s yesterday, and a great many moiun.ient to be ercted inh ,anes-
..tobaum users were made happy with ville, .ia., tothe mow ory of the Con-
i|,'.-.thteirpresents. ' federated dead. For several yMfears it
"I bavt" bon troubled for some time as beei ti. outtom of this chapter to
'with indigsnation nnd sour stomachh" havi osdite sort of an entertainment on

V isys Mrs. -arah W. Ourtia, of Let, I Jettffern Davis" birthday, the 8rd aof
S i 4S.,t od ha blen taking 1Chain- June, to derive the amount. that waW
ilan'4s Stomach an"d Liver Tablets, contribute aannUally to tho Jefferson
llohch hlive htl vied lm' lery much, Oo
tt OOW I can eat nanly things that 1Davis monumenttfmnd by Kirby Smith'
bore I would not" Itf you have any Chapter. The Jefferson Davis mtonu
ib1e with your stomach why, not ment fund isA now complete, imd we
these tabletsat got well? For ll
olrbby l all druggists and medicine mental work it our home monuiment,
A. number of the eoxursionista fromi which we hope to see .ereotod at no1.:
.htity to Jaktonvillt over the S great distant day-an, honor to outr
ll d Air Line Saturday took kdvan- veterans who wore the gray and an
"ti. at full limit of tickets, remaining ornament to our town
..n htnetarpoell until W\edmneday, ASplendid temedy.
hitWmas. reported to be one of the Neuralgio pains, wrbeuitism ..lm.-
teo..ulo excursions of tVe sea- bago atid oiatia pint yield to the
4 4 n was patronied by every point penetrating. U.Infltot o Bllatd
oth]We ine It is anticipated that Sinow lthiimrnt. tle strate Sol the:
at number will take advantage of nIer'es and bone, anbd be. absorbed"
eIxeptaap llow rate to 'Tampa on into the blood. it# healing op i s
hon tioke .will be aro onveyed to ever rtof the body
4 0sey. The rate front and effect some Wonderfl U Mr.
i trip W be only 1 Mes 1 aha
1, I Raia, Mtlan 1aIne

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Vi t A 1rT ed
^^ 5 theAa-Wfaldo cigar manu- o Te o
apder, W among the business visit. Famtolie F. and-Their. 'iends:.
orto th ) e*sTterday.. The excursion to Asheville, North
._--gtt, the extensive "naval
S of Oarolna, n TheLand ofthe .sya
a ....roWf Paradisewaa ng ill leS ave Jacksonville at -:4& p. 4 t5 ,
th-e bUiess visitors to this eity yester Monday, June 29th, and reachh: Ahe,.
... ~ ville at 1;60.0p. m:. next day,. -Tesday,
voue 4keirtt W.G. Graham of the in time for the opening session of thb
e ^Ex Company with head euihern EdueatiOnal Assoelation. _
,quarters ',t Osa made Gainesville an From present indications it is safe
pomc visl. yesterday. to say that the association will haveI
ir. iad Mr% F.F BlHeiter and Miss its largest bttendapce from Florida,.
ennie .Heter. of Eyinoton were There are three reasons for this state-
among the vsltors to this cty yester- pient: First, The most "excellent
day. They were registered at the program which has been prepared,
Brown House consisting of papers and addresses ott
MieDwillteMDuke has presented Kirby the leading educational and social
8mith .Chapter, U. D. C., with 144 questions of the times. Many of the
n Oat Ornfiderate flags to be used to South's foremost thinkers and workers
mark the graves of the Confederate will take part in the discussions. ,The
soldiers in Evergreen cemetery on Me. occasion promises to be a notable
moral Day. event in Southern educational work.
Mrs. J. B. Padgett and children have Second. Asheville is a pleasant sum-
returned to their home at Paradise, mr resort, 2,889 feet above the aea)
after a visit to relatives at Walterboro, aid has many local attractions., Inde,
S. C., for the past few weeks. They pendent of the instruction afforded,
were aceompaled by Mrs. Padgett'% t0 trip to this famous mountain re.
mother, Mrs. Rebtecca Price, and her sort in the month of July will be a
sister, Mys. Blanca Padgett, and chil- wholesomean. d delightful reeration.
dren, who expect to remain as her Third. Thepleasant way of reaching
uest sev toa rain as her wAsheville and the phenomenally low
guest for several weeks.
the entertainment to be given at Mr. rates offered by all of the railroads,
Mason's ice cream parlor this after viz: one fare for the round trip' plus
noon and evening is for the benefit $2,25, total rates from points men-
of the Gainesville Confederate monu- tioned being:
meant. fund. A corps of ladies from Jacksonville to Asheville and return,
Kirby Sminith Chapter will be preFent $16.65 Palatka, $18.30; Okala, $1.9.70;
at the store in the afternoon and even-
ing to assist in the sale of ice cream GaiUresville, $18.80; Tampa, $V2.95.
and eake which. will be for sale. A Corresponding rates from all other
musical program has been arranged for points.
the entertainment of all who will help Tickets to be so June 27th 28th
this noble cause by their patronage Tickets to be sold June 27th, 28th
We kindly invite the enerous pubic 29th, 80th, and July 1st, with limit July
to attend. 10th. However, an extension of this
MOVEMENT OF CANTALOUPES. mit will be obtainable Ly depositing
tickets with special agent at Asheville
Second Carload Left This City for not later than J.uly 10th, and upon
Eastern Markets Yesterday. payment of fee of fifty cents on each
The sond l,,IA ...nio r ,o., ticket at time of deposit, final exten-

lpupes of the season left this city last
night via t1y Seaboard Air Line, It
-was shipped by the Armour Oar Lines,
and was consigned to Eastern mar-
kets. The fruit is maturing rapidly
now, and within the next few days the
movement from this section will be
heavy and rapid. Indications are that
the returns will be good from the mel1
ons shipped from the Gainesville dis-
trict, as the fruit is of excellent qual-
ity in the maJOrity of cases.
Revolution Imminent.
A sure sign of approaching revolt
and serious trouble tIn your system is
nervousness, sleeplessness or stomach
upset. Electric Bitters will quickly
dismember the troublesome causes.
It never fails to tone the stomach,
regulate thor liver, and clarify Lhe
blood. LRon down systems benefit par-
ticularly and all the usual attending
aches vanish under its searching and
thorough effectiveness. Electric Bit-
ters is only O00, and that is returned if
it don't give perfect satisfaction.
Guaranteed by all. druggists.
Will Hold a Festival.
The Gleaners Society of the Second
Advent church of North Gainesville
has decided to hold a -festival at the
home of Mrs. H. 0. Roth, North
GOinesaville, this evening, beginning at
, o'clock, Ioe cream and other re-
freshments will be served at reason-
able prices, and every one is invited to
The p-roeeds will be used in the new
church fund, and it.t.to be hoped that
'the 'uiwtion will proved a big financial
and social success.
Kodol Gives Strength
by enabling the digestive organs to di-
gest, assimilate and' transform ali of
the wholesome food that may be eaten
Into the kind of blood. that nourishes
the nerves, feeds the tissues, hardens
the musoles and recuperates the or-
gans of the entire body Kodol Dys-
popsia Oure cures Indigestion, Dys-
dopsla, Catarrh uf the Stomach and all
stomach disorders. '8old by Bodiford

" Attention, Odd Fellows.,
The regular weekly meeting of Cen-
ter Lodge No. 11, I ,. 0. F., will be
held at the lodge room over Dutton's
bank tonight at 7:4, at which a full at.
tendance is desired. Visiting brothers
will receive a cordial wrloome, There
will be work in the degree of Friend-
ship. J.G. ToasmY,NG.
.A. Dwso., SW,
ASeriou ltatake.
DeWitt & Co.i tihe name of the
Ora who make tf4 genatne Witoh
,Hael lve. DeWtt, 'is tihe Witch
Ha10 Blve lithat b without lev.
insoar. It isa rit mistake to
aty other DeWl With Esl

i' -b i

sion of limit being Inade until October
10th, 1903.
The undersigned managers will per-
sonally accompany the party, leaving
Jacksonville, as stated, it 7:45 p. m.,
June 29th. The managers will do
everything in thei er for the com-
fort and pleasure of the passengers to
Asheville and after weo reach that
famous spot in the beautiful "Land of
the Sky."-
For further information address the
assistant manager.
See that your tickets .are over the
Southern Railway from Jaeksonville to
Asheville so as to get on. our through
W. N. SHCATS, Manager,
Tallahassee, Fla..
JNo. W. WIDEMAN, Ass't Mgr.,
Gainesville, Fla.
Ladies and Children Invited.
All ladies and children who cannot
stand the shocking strain of laxative
syrups, cathartics, etc., are invited to
try the famous Little Early Risers.
They are different from all other pills.
They do not purge the system. Even
a double dose will not gripe, weaken
or sicken; many people call them the
Easy Pill. W. H. Howell, Houston,
Tex.,, says nothing better can be used
for constipation, sick headache, etc.
Bob Moore, Lafayette, Ind., says- all
others gripe and sBicken, Iwhile De-
VWitt's Little Early Risers do their
work well and easy. Sold by Bodiford
& McOollum.
Farmers Are Busy Shipping Peaches.
Notes of Personal Interest. '
Campiville, June 4.-N. W.- Matthews
and family. of Yelvington have been
visiting friends and relatives here the,
past few days.
J. H. Parker, who has been living at
White Springs for the past few months,
has accepted a position with J. A.
Maultsby and moved his family back
J. A. Maultsby has just completed: a
large barn and wagon shed.
Miss Stella Cameron and brother,
Clarence, are visiting relatives here.
P. H. Baker, who.has been sick fort
the past week, is able to be out a$gan,
The Seaboard Air Line has just cormn
pleted painting and overhauling their
depot at this place.
Mr. Miller, who has been visiting his
son at Plant City for the past few
months, haa returned home on bisi-

The farmers of our vicinity are busy-
shipping peaches anid vegetables.
James Moran and sister who have
ben at Orlando at school the past five
months, have "returned 'hot0me.
SHenr Bryan and wife eft he, yes.
tertday morning on a ,ist -to ,"a som-
Vile' .- '


.4t,-ng so Recessamry to a lad,
a iaranoe as a perfi(ct-d tti,
dbret, We can fti any l,
friQ'e in several or tl , .,

o' the W. B. CorCet, Ihl, K.l
Corset and ithe P1uriian (,1,,
This latter s the new 1 f11.L,,
Juttaiblfe corset for nidiii ;:adl
foi.t figures. We also kI,, .,
H. & G. C;rsets.
Special Values
1'kin maliauydepftrtienits hi-i' ,,k.
It will pay you to visit .
Mosquito Canopies
At $1.00, $1.25, *1. 3 ni
$2.25, ready to hang.




Fall line of FINE CAS-
ROBES, etc. All funer-
al supplies up to date.
Hearse -.and carriage ,
furnished when desired.

Personal attention to
all business in this liiie.
Orders by mail or tele-
graph promptly atteinl-
ed to.



One' of Jacksonville's Popular Young
Citizens Takes a Bride.
The numerous friends of hDr. I,
Drew of Jacksonville will douhl)t Ih..
surprised at the information tai ',>
has become a benedict, having ta,'.n
unto himself as a life-long partnr 1:'
of the most popular and hst-kiB :
young ladies in the section wler,- i.
resides-.- .The brid is Miss i'iii ,
von Lubttlcmhau, a charring young 1ady
Who'has8 eided on the ronimLatir.-rf,
of Kanapaha Lake in this cn uy fr
severalyear. The wedding wat -f i
very quiet nature, only a few ,*. 1!"
most intimate friend of tU ,,,>e.'r;u'.
ing parties being present .
.r'and-Mrs. Drew will unik' tr1-r
hoie in Jacksonville, wher- t!,' e'rn'
=emjoy e tlucurative practice. Th ,"n,
wth other friends, wishes tlien a it ig
ife ofiusefulness and halpim'pi -

Oak Hafl Junior Ball Team wr,, o0
e. et Them on the Diamond.
-We'have been re(qLusted b t
tain of the Oak Hall ,Junior Ul' Ui
trim, oneof the strongc-t ,L'iti f*
gregation of, ball tossers ii t ':i "
:to.Issue ae ol' a enm ge to t nIhe ,nir,-e
team for a gain to be played '
-teroon during the coming k
Oak Hall Juttiors are ,rnt' -
basebalitau and with a d.1ir, '*
the Oak Halls 'as. much '
flnaniaily, th.hfare willi4 i -.
proce d.be dAevoted to s
Should ite merchants dir- ;"'
thi challenge it will be ':"
Saturday of the present weO'<
-.. Prl htened Horse,
Buying l'ike mad down '

otAWooietas.,are evtry, dly
n tib4bhooves everyb'-JY I
4 reibl 0lve handy and the r .
| got;"a -,S O tlen ms rn .,

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