Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/02202
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: 05 24, 1903
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID02202
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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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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iX, NO. 87



of March Five Miles In

P- Was Formed by the National
rd of Louisiana, General Levert
otlg as Chief Marshal-Fifteen
ousand People In Line.
4w Orleans, May 23.---The last
u re of the Confederate reunion
th!e reat parade held this after-
"which was scheduled to start
trtly at 1 o'clock from the inter-
on of tt. Oharles and Canal

e entire line of march was five
| tes In length and as the parade was'
H 4uted beneath a hot sun a few of
ol4er veterans found the way a
On log. The great majority, how-
q rntlalhed: the marcl.
I'hg scortt was formed by the natfon-
ard of Loulsiana, General J. B.
*eet acting as chief marshal. Be-
Iild the state troops came the Mem-
phte bugle corps at the head of the
C,Oany of the Confederate Veterans.
| UTw.a came the department of northern

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Uncle and Aunt of Atlanta Man Werae
Atlanta, May 2I3.-An uncle and an
aunt of N. Waituiann, bf Atlanta, wtrv I
among the Russian Jews who we.e
murdered in the Kishlneff massacre ot
April 19. Weltniann reciveJ yes-1
tearday a letter from h!is blou.hxcr, i
Abrahain Woitninu in which the writ-
or tells about the mwt.ssacre and beg.
for money with which to co',u to this
In the letter Abraham Weltmanns
says that Kishlneff and the province
of eiosaerabila, in which it is sltuatd d.
15 wild with excitement and feat'.
"I am not able to writo much," the
letter says, "because I am so excited
as tho massacre occurred only four i
days ago in which our "Uncle TchoI
(Isaa.c) and Aunt Revo (Rebocca)
were murdered, with over 100 other
Ruslsian Jews. If I wrote too*much
about It the government might get
ay letter and I would be murdered.
It was on Easter, April 19, that a mob
of 200 startoj, the massacre. I and
my wife hid three days In a cellar
without food or water, and when we
went back into our house we found
everything demolished. Besides kill-
lag over 100 men, women alid children
the barbarians, who call themselves
Cliristians, broke up everything they
found in the houses. KlCahiteff is
desolate. Please, for God's sake, setrd
niA wnnnrh m ev for mi wifP and I



Passengers Have Narrow


cape From Death.
Cloudbursts and Electric Storms Visit
Ohio Valley-Many Houses and
Barno Struck-Telegraph, Telephone
and Trolley Poles Down.
Cincinnati, May 2.-Reports today
show that much damage was done last
night In different parts of the Olhii val-
ley by cloudbursts and llghtnm.i.:.
No lives were lost and iol)odl was
seriously injured, but many l),oclhi
weie shocked by lightning that st ruck
houses, barna and telegraph i pohs.
The Interurban electric lin,,s are
still badly disabled. A car on then
Mill Creek Valley line was struck by
lightning and set on fire at tCrthago
and the p&Aaengors narrowly oscapled
death, all being unconscious for a short
time. Another car was sent for their
reief. Much damage was d! Delhi. Home City and Pernhani Many
telegraph, telephone and troll' v piitoa
arI down.

AY 24. ,,003 TEN CENTS WEEK.

President's Yacht Rama Vessels on
.Her Way t6 Navy Yard. Pl Y
Ns.w Yo May 23...-Trailing long OPEN DOOR PO CY
Sbaititd a navy yard tus, the lre'iiint'a ...
yacht, Mayttower., ranuned a battle- With Ambassdor
sbip, a crutier, a a Interview th Ambassador
ferryboat, on her way into hIle navy MoortIo ,
yard yestorday...
The last collision might Liave beet DIPLOMAT TALKS OF ORIENT.
serious. There wore half a hundred ..V
appro ntlce lad. on the forrylbiat and a He Says That Ruslia Has No DOeire to
, dtoso visitors, among whom were *sv-
enal women. See Manchurian Ports Closed to the
Fortunately, the ferryboat had Just United State* or to Have Her Con-
reached her dock on the mainland sido, suls Excluded.
and although everybody saw the May-
flower and the coal bargo of which lA Ulnon. May 23,-Anblhaador Mc-
she had nma-de a football, crashing to- Cormtick is here for a few days on hl!
ward them, tho apmprntih'eas preserved way from St. Pletraburg to Amer'ae
perf ct dis8'lpllno and held back to ie ao ll on thoe steamner KrouprinLz
allow those women and tho ohtlir visit- Wllheolmi Wednesdaty next with his
ol1" to make a landin'lg ibefor tlhe owitf and Miss P'attorioih.
smash, The St. Jauime (Gazette today ptiotas
The Mayflower had been at Whilte an Intorvilw with Mr. Me('ormltk Int
stone, and, the Marklovtan and thle whhi-h he la quoted ai tatylingu
l'owhattan, the two ivavy yard tugs, "Oue 0 of my last ollicial acts before
wore sentt aftor hor. She was( to it leaving St. letershurg was to liater
prepa red for t Hitsummlcr crit'le, roaiate tlho Rtusliin governiillit OI lits
Whetn the t.ig'hoants and the t'yut a'- policy toward Manichurla, I w s as*
rived at the entrance" to the navy yard urltl that l(kuslai had 1no dsiire to eo0
It was su on that there was not r'ept the MianehuttIan ports closed to thI0

for the three to go In breasts. 'The
big Kearwaige lay alhmngldo the oIn-
trancei on the itanlalud, C(ob ilock laide
ano( thel Brooklyn onil th other sIflo.
SThe pilot in omumind l oft te t Pow-
1intttan iasat tiff I li i n li ii'gl irLt, 1 |went1

iU U1Under iUeneralt 1. Walkl er i i li o aollitiL n .Jone: j "-lil .. 1..' -eI. I... -'..-- l . % -.i .... ..,. i. ilt ., -,..
its divisions in the following or- to go to your great country, where a s' hoti with a hawser from the, Mayy
South Carolina, North Carolina, man can live in pease and worship Aeianged In Behalf of Family of "Biff" flower's bow. The Ma'rkotta hacked
Ilia, West Virginia and Maryland. God as he chooses I k-now you will Hall. out astern.
department of the army of Ten- regret to hear that our ancle and aunt Ohieago, May 23.-PFrlnds of the When the hawner tautened and the
ee under General S. D. Lee was were among the victims. But for the late William I. Hall, known to nearly ayllower began to forge( ahead. It be-
ed as follows: Loulsiana, Ten- cellar under our house I and my wife every one la Chicago as "111'" Itall.. iame evident that she had too nuin'h
es, Florida, Alabama, Misalsslppi would have also been murdered." are arranging a m0 oater toeitluoalal knpetua. She cameo on at sa spe od
Georgia. The trans-Misalssippi ln behalf of his family, I (reatar than that of the Powhattan
rtment, led by General W. L. FIREMEN'S TOURNAMENT ENDS. Oa Monday, Junie 1, the Olympile idd truck the Kearsargo a ilanwing.
4ll, Mnarched with Texas on t .ie theater is to be turned over to the blow.
of the line, followed by Indian Winners of Various Prize--Annistmo professionals playing here and they ex. That sent her off, and shoe swung
Itory, Arkanaas and Oklahoma. Next Meeting Place. peot to give e t ietost unique vontinu- ever to the llrooklyn, the P'owhattan
e northwest division and Pacific Dalton, Ga., May 23,-The last day'q ou. pasrormance ever seen In a the- making futile efforts to hold her. Shoe
ion closed, the parade. Meeting of the Georgia, Allbatha and atew. The entertalnmeint Is to lbe- it the Brooklyn a mnart tap, ndn imaido
was announced uy the officials Tennessee Volunteer Viremen's asso- gin at 12;380 p. th., and laat -till 10:80 bow on for the coal harge. Uldor theo
Ig the parade In charge that at elation closed last night With a grand p.'m. All the tickets will hdtone prie*l, 1low the lashings of the bargi parted,
16,000 people were in line. Oar- 'banquet at the Whitfield club room. $1 each, admitting to any part of the lind the yacht buffeted her down the
s containing Mrs. Stonewall Jack. The contests of the various crises howe. George Ado has bWeen n(adb channel until they both lalided lup
Mrs. E, Kirby Smith, Mrs. Brax- were won as follows: Hose rtel, 100- secretary and treasurer of the fund. Iaalinst the little ftrryboat,
Bragg,. Mrs. Thomas J. Semmes, yard dash, won by Rome; time. 24 1-5 It appears that Judge laill had not Total damage tl light.
e and Mrs. John D. Reagan, were seconds; firdt prize, $50; second prize bJeen fortutate In his lnvestinents, anid -- -- -
le parade and their occupants re- $15, won by Anniston; time, 27 3-4 see- that what little he left 1i badly en. TRAGEDY AT ISOUTH PITTSBURO.
id much attention. hands. cunbored, "lifft" Hail wan famous a ----
e actual business of the Confed-I The Siamese connection test was, a writer, dramatic cr.tilc anl after-din. x-Attorney General Donaldson Shoote i
e reunion was brought to an end won by Anniston; time, 67 8 5 seconds; ner speaker, and it 1t sah& that no man and Kills Thomas Choate.
trday and the delegates adjourned first prite, $10; second prfso $5, won in America had a wider anitualntance Niasiwvillo, Teinn,, May 23.---A spoelal
die at noon. by Cartersville; time, 69 2-5 seconds; l the. theatrical profettslon, from iouth Pitt'hbir-g to The ilalineir
neral Gordon was re-elected corn- Rome. 59 4-56 seconds. &yt that CaptaIn W. E. oilaNidon I
ter-ln-chief, and all the depart- The grab tept was won by Carters- D0ONU4 FOR EMPLOYES. *hot an id tilled Thomi a C'boalte(, who
t commanders, Oc-neral Lee, Gen- Tille; time, 26 3-5 seconds; first prie, c ame to the hou-e of John (Irham in
Walker and General Cabell, were $10; second prisz, $5; won by Rome; Declilon Made By Reminoton Type -an intoxlrcatPed coialtion and b gan to'
he same time chosen to fill for time 27 4-5 seconds; Anniston. 33 4-5 writer Company. -use violent, ind obscene langrago.
oher year the oflkes they haie seco.ds. Utlca.; N. Y,, May ..-'iI'lh Reaming. Captain Donhaldion and Orhamin tritd
so long. The one-horse wagon race was won ton TypewrIter eotinpany o! llon has to Qtilet Choate, who bewtu i enraged il
Ithe electlonls were inanlmous, by Dalton; time, 44 35; first prize, $50; .announced Itsa 4ehiol t g1ve all em.* and picking up a Acantling made tori
were made by oee about of "aye!" leome, 45 eeonds. The. two-hbrso plioye who bhaeU b4e conIcte4di with the two mon and drove thm i Into tha 4
w agA e won be Dalton; t t e many *r plio of ten years house. Donaldson made a world < ,
MADE $76,000 PtIOP!. 4.8f 'it*tmt P $100 .rte, 100, r tore, a btis t .$100 year, to effetivtle attopt to subdue Ch"at i
-----The tbaa was preslded over tiby b pitd lii iutsitalllet of $50 $ overy. who contiUued to advane*, wiheronup ville Mill Realisee Big Money by Hon, 3ai P. Miaddox as tOastmaster. Il months, ei ,te3 1 and at Chrit.i [rnaldison retreated Into the hoo. I
Closing Down. Antiston wais dlded upo as the next' mae time. : I and procurtng a rWVOlver fired three
sta, .Ga., Ma0y 33.---A rather i.ng1ia p-a laT hsappl. to l lnton Wiln ae ai- titMre at his would-b assailants' Every
-",ltuation has developed in the :. ready comOpltUed t04e t yoemts of (er- ball. struck ita mark. and Choate died
ille Manufacturing company. F PA NOHI TAX LAWt WINS. vie enld to others a. fst as they b&ha almost Instantly.
ge cotton mill Is located 13 teach that pilt. Captain Imonalt on, is extattrniey
-om Augusta in Carolina, but Pullman Car Company Makes Return' TblO pha la reirobile by the catm- agnesral o thi district and rrirre
ecutive office here. and Sutalins Law. -f patty at its will, aid lin O ese 'of from omcs last year.
ent T. I. Hickman closed a Atlanta. May 23.-Thb new franchise wte1 a Wndividusly it 1 editl.A. ,p.
.1h sale of his stock of cot tax law *eored a most substantial vie faith~tiU ld o i IR TO $0600.
nting to 3.500 bales, and fig- tory yesterday when the return of the At the preset, time 57 time a2 7 f ro w
of profit of $70.000 by Islling tPullman Palase Car company was re-.qualtled to re'toive the bonus.. "Fortuna Await. Boy Who Years Ago
trial and closing down his ceived by Oomptroller (eieral Wrightl Left Hooe.
summer, as compared with, and pomptly acjptid. .y BIQ IJIlT I FILED. Kanas Cty. May 233 -Walter -.
thbe mill and converting the The Pulman,company, by its legal :-- Chtpman, wbhoo whereafIo'utI 14 t n
Ito cloth at present prices. a. T.aithoritles. acknowled the justle Chale a: l Itilas Ti exasld P. a k inohwn, it hler to n.or., thal $oit0.QWt
Be tmill Is closed the opera. of thte Georia law. complies, fully with f1 i'r 4 0o,0t. t nde W1r ihe will jojt plrobateh d iof i
Icontnue on the pay roll at Its spIrit., ad makes Wllht Is consTid- T* ara May 2s --la tl ithr ,Dr. A r4.Lw 1,(.li'ia, Ia
President Hickman will ered .by the eomptiiollte. general f-isl cout'l B. nt-owev lai b grandson off the po t; T'b1eai i:sttp
the clostng down of the Itost ttequitble franchise return rdicthl4 a lta the Te'-Txt d i 1.
t sitome important improve. I Thew.oimaty has no 0eor!gta collar' PacTiht me .tb 4o.og. $,st,0i 'al ta..i Wal.ter Clfihpman Tran away ItoM ltW
-additIon. to machinery. ter, .hs no ft',ailhtei that caniht nb # t .e.t hq de o :< a'jiss h. home 18 years agO o aMcount -o il
-- -conaldleried sch, enjoys ptiTviltegir yeara.o -t .$. tophl. I iaO Io4)lby o ght t.4a6 l *now 504 years -
I Under False Colors. so iaor as Geor t isa coterned that *nd Paifie LtalRro 4 t;as, sad *4t Nothti has bafns hard fr0In. r
k. May 23.-A negro valt are not enjoyed by "staIr," tWpeon. wil0 W%1 latir i! e-l by -r tb<.eo. n *km fo 1i y"s".
L. JAlena, In the service of an And yet thtbd 0ciat.s of the eo mrpla 1 part t #e al.a'1 .WII Pamil ThOl The misim t is i a rsandt nlphBw
-tiy. was allowed a vact*- recogixze that a certain Inlatbie val th pi tet .. in t h fee-ral of Assr9 t- ampti. ftAnder of. .
time age in order to go to' Us attaches to It An0I tbl'e property w" t W t e of T'zih a0A. 1".W i risttlan ehureb.
tO see' his family, accord aid give ila t thie stat f Ioria -; ii-
Antwerp dispatch to The her potper np in, beaed onO taller" "M#Caal PterlhantM r Ptson to Psriament
hisa retra froa New L st year t.e Pullmga t-etart$fs- *If-pl'*t" DuNiit,. May. '-~iyttnii KothrltAei, %
ee himself to be booked ltangibie property was ;01 titi Q'O4 R ilila ln annual ise4ag fm.errely NA!ati -sit. mmetr of tpa'li'
SKroosftland*s list as year tbA return tfr tangiblet Wprose& 0he toy r e et for North D..w. and wh- was
Ht comul at Antwerp.," Is exactly *'he amount sad the al' it i*iiNational g untli rteleMs4d ftr'ai prison, where
placed at the head of t empuy addis 117,074 f frareNhlow. R* 0. Oi.. r o -f p t a o Mk a~, .eA4 bees e t for Itlc lng hM itra
eager 'list. MMuh at-b oo i"i-- ----- w l E .to, 4 0 o l an4dlrd, Mtajor ovterat
pail him by the persoferi Prfmto:.,teon Protect Ne-groe. )tth*1as* l uriA* J, Mera. a ben el ected without atppo I
hip evmrtl New York D'as, Te.. .May. 2.-A ispeetl. Aao *q.-l a .sa4; *atiil4 e -aioe As tn o of pto.rsst
aced the deprtlartre of "A. trom al; tler, *Txe, whore sotie- dueler. Mai a W"id., Ml anti h5$4 Al. th Kil iM R Is sO to 1*t
Eted State. consul general &ve t4Ste posted warntei .I er'.oes as*tlh St, ga44lee OBa A O Ihew 5'. i.fla * (Netl41i ) e o ei,
aba the Kroonland#" Os ti" 0 sara the mayor bhaa ienaed ^ 'Mal f eelea* liped Ma b <* t
koerp the vsa t rstae lae o i'ne g on aP pee l tt tssi ,t
Stotbliae.k, door tender sa ~w .it to At .s t i $. t a *1 .$ o .
.a s at hit former ,,t' .,, ., the4 & - -- -, .
c .-/ .-"

Unllt.td Stattf otr to' have it$ consuls ,
excluded. Theo nitL'ihliai .goverunmehit
wat einphalle in dteelrrilig that they
were with Auiterlca 141 fle open door
policy In (Chita atnil what applille to the
Ullited Slites imuit apply to every
other powor. Your iovornment also
received and iacceoptod similar auiW*-
ances. I know that M. WILt l( A
flru advocate of the open door and I
havo very r maon to 'tiolevt that Rus-
sla Is quite sincere In the inattoer, 1i
points ouit that it la to hor own inter*
et to support that pIolicy, awl' I think
that ii theo case."
"Youi do not situation in the Far TasIt ni in any
way serious on account of Ilisalftl'
policy In Manlchurla.?" qutried the re-
"I do not," Mr, M'Colrnick repleod,
"I c(iiln (00 nothing at IlreotNl< which
neid alarm the United State s or atiiy
othei0 r country,"
Mr. McCIonilit'h alddd that tIhe rfla-
tihimi Ubetwe.cn (ht i ilnte'd Stalte uid
lluatia at theli pi's- a moltt friendly (chaira "'th you thitilk Ith Iontilted l 't at's
will view Mr ('h.min 'rlalln'%a rolt-y In
regard to protection with (llilfavor'"
wita th le reportr'lIs n x(I f Iretion,
"I id li f t fNe. why it t 1114h)i) .," all,
swired Mr McNtormilcl'. "Wet hav
fset yoilu the v'Aiiltpl. T'i> s in~elrtion
that you give iiprefervintlal trt.,Antmint
to tife ,tlonliw in your own, aff.ir.
Cannada liay oid0e day bei atble to give
y011 tl the wheit youl waant, luet not
for Nitie tllnt, In Ithe ll n itted SHtate,
to,. we are a growing niat.ion ttati we
are conitumtrinla ore of' our oown prod'
cUts. I holteve the tUnited States
will not always enaid their raw man
trial it t oitton tao I'lttand, but offer
you tho ftinlthtud artlaile,"

Korean Governor Sald To Have Acted
Under Prench Influence.
Trkl o, May 6, vialan Rn rarnci.ao,
May 23 ow. rmsitalireS of the Asaa*
etlatld Proli.,-Tihe Koreu* giVtorllior ot
Qetul-a it re'fently instse4 a pra.eimar
tion "hoye'otting" fa'tsnesit rvtldentsi
as neot .entitled to raliel. ot thoe slanti
antd 4'I-atrlig that any Korean attend'
lrg a JSapliueSe sh ol ilehould b o 1

Thl Japal>noe o rlitl at Mokpot wtas
r'-lnfurt'rv4. bty IsAllce 4 i Japei6i0ise
warthtp went over aftdt iMf stid to havM
-arsgeiad mattert isiatt-ted( rtly.. The
gi.severtor 0 *ail4 to. halt st,*.tl Iter

1t11 fowt ,frttout trouble in Koe0
eotoms A roain.i a tit llbetcutttitni conW
trart he t l'yl i 0 411l0aht e n the Yathl
rtive. -o the tgord.erl Of K.o0. 'r.i
bas tornmd a prytost for fliUeial Int
ltiPortiitag troop niotlJl0y jo protet
tbo wnrkitt, Japan ha tl"itmed a
itiliar c n$ae4*ton ai4 onteliatiei .are

aritlnn Moaeo N D0fttt4e Prioposal-.
.Pe lst, lMiay St 2S ,-f6.tl At4itaJo. atl
thbogih wtittil) to *l.ept paym.aist it,
ber tl4.mns#lty on,. a sisver h);i# tfi'
Els year aiaA lt. gosI the uaf'1'e'rr',
IamilrI the q.&tation op'n weltett,
C.ina ithaf ll thitlty -inty t^he tiblf
bt5 i sor yot ,Tade. i *ite. ptlopE.
mls te Chi ()@s(>rh> to sltat the 4'04operati0n
Si@Ibhr p ~w. t1 etisrp!im n r 1 i-
t> thet bdi BNi^ p-' gsprreiat $ la I, value




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t a q That th Pak Wit: Pre-
06t ef the Liveliest Game of
T m .. ....

S otwtiitanding that the gaine be-
uItbhe Oak gRatt And.u Live Oak,
tntl t itys Wedonead-y after-
al "thSe opening game of the
p 44t deal of enthutiabm is'
iman~tnated, as is expected the
Swtll be a lose one.......
bpk" has one of the best teams in
tato aind is rapidly coming to the
t as oie of the. banner baseball
"s" Florida. She will.' havs.,o

,edes oay. a deded a4 rp I geaow
||"14i"eOlle'in one way, a"d that isth
that they *have been"', adustomii
plasyt*ng together. So' far' theOa
ialls have not been practiilog
gather, and inasmuch as iere wiU' W
Wle'ere! new men. here 'ths swaon, hi
sre ane to be seen what may result t

ted first gamq., .&dni.estthe ta)
ftold Okt 8 A, however, re i I

elo t *1 Hait, be k he ter
i.cidame wlll be erled prompt' y a

well patonited. '

ioo 4r:t A ftiskd
l&^^^'/,:', l.:0 a l at a*....ei k.n Ri k .
In almost every neighbihpo to ome
e hi:' died from aet atti k of obli or;r
4o h lera ;iorbus,i otei before t Ied etr
oO;ld bo pottired o.a pa yhteain siu N"
,. m ned. A reliable rendy for thes
.6 14es should be kept at haU4. 'The
berin do"1 oo" to 0
0; S : irrhoea Bemedy has itabttedly
ed the lis of mor peo!. and re-.
S ved more an and' offering than
:,',: 416 Moothreplin .e.v It can.A
w, be depn.dwed upo,.. For' sple by
4 drluggis t N d medc ine 0om6panles.

.One*Way Settlers' and, .Round-Trip
4 .. Home Sekers' Rates.
i',he Seaboard Air Line railway have
rsanged the following attractive rates
to Manatee, Braidentown, Ellenton and
8atasota, Fa
Prom Ohio River Gateway*.
One-Way ettieors' tickets endorsed
seond^ ola.s ndt good in parlor' or
i*ping oars, to be sold- to al points
on the U.. & W. I. 1. t and. 5,
:Co linel t rates'-baed one-halt of thsh
anttolass imited fare, plus $9200;,
STlkate will be sold on the first- ana
Third Tuesdaysof each month, to and
inowudl6g November 17th, 1008.
'. Rome seekers' exourIon to.kefs to
', Parrish, Ellenton, Palmetto, E~ratlt
^'a*, / town, 'sanatue, Onole and ;ltbot

(a'"se station), f:at e
00-' Y: "Ato
S.0:. tor the tound trip T ew
of....., sobl month, to and'i Ilu ,
v/-;' :' *'ember ::th, 1908, w|th
,twenty. one- d [t front
o kote& wil be good t*o
S Aboard Air Line rtawa ~i
fo:'' go jney wist ta i
OThe "eaooatrd Aw_4 ftte
ihi.ave Issed some very aN4 a
vertising master, eover ink th'
a whoh istbtlun distribute l i
a."'**-. throughthe- North, Eaet... lW
Swe- .t. .
SDisastrous Pipe at VI.i*aa 5
Vindallt, a. 0, May 8--3MJieotiae
l:" in the store of S.ado p o rteo. P
Sta.nm' ued four stores and se.vrl;- .pmt
b bldings. No inaurance. exee Son the stock of Bcarboro 4 O. "

S" Some of the most anxious houri of a

Sotaer's life are those when the Ilttle
ne have the eroup. Foley'e Hlonoey
and Tar is a sare aod effective r ,emedy
that never (tils. "My boy would hale
de' tdl4 fromi n b iotibeen for Folby* H.onoey and 1'ar,"
S: writesO. W.lyneh oWino o t nhester, lUd.
Sold by W. C. Wallaoeo' drug store.
New Alabama Savings aSnk.
Mintgomery. Aa., May 238.-The *ee-
r'e y statn hal received the or-.
tiott of toorporalion tOea 0nt^ atV1Rt5 banit of Opine, Ala.
(aa bPak IS

When it hai~g ont in ite of
all you canl do. Coug mix.
tures won't icur it ecaUs
the are merely ^or a cougi
an this is some in more
Scott's EmUlsionlcores the
cough .because it cures tmhe
something' more. It heals
'nd repatria the inflame e
tissues where th,. cold hah
taken root ;and, prevents itsa
coming )back. :
WeIT s h Wndyoa mtBple fe upon bequat.
aeOnT co*WU, 409 Pi,1^tseet, New Yor .

Wil Meet Merchantr in Ball Game

"'oetsaid e, we ommer-
ci04 fellows aro. n 'ot satisfled with the
restart of the supposed. math game be-
'twt0n the 4drunters and merchants,
'Wteh wat'es|led offtn a kind of a hap"
a' Ia xa few day ago' good-
atuoredly remarked W,"W. Stripilng,
manager and. eaptaln of the commer-
eit*1e'Is team, 'yesterday. "Those,
rathafnts didni t tote 'fal with us, for
they took advantage of a time when
the most of pr boys were absent and.
could not be here for the game, with
the result that when the time came
they vong in ,most any old body on our
side, at the same time exercising great
Oare to sleot a good team for them-
elves. aWe have issued a challenge to
the merchants, 'and will play again
eit Yriday afternoon for the benefit
of the Oak Halls--and I want to tell
you the merchants are not going to
have the anap which they enjoyed the
last time."
Mr. Stripling has issued the chal-,
lenge directed to E. A. O'Neill for the
merchants, and the Same has been ac-
cepted. Interest is waxing to a warm:
degree on both sides, and a good game
to assured those who attend the park
The line-up is as follows:
Merchants-Cline, Kennard, Gra-
ham, Burkhim, Holder, MoCormiek,
Hairrold, O'Neill, Howe. Substitutes,
Phifer, Crawford, Pournell and Dougs
'Drummers-Hutchinson, Ball. Ti.
son, Doyle, Dickson, Lynch, thrower,
Btripling, Roughton. SubstitUtes,
Stringfellow, Blisp, Harris and Deno.
Sham ; "
A. this gae i will be played for 'the
benefit of 0atnesvtlle's ;pride-tlxOak i
3Hals-*it is to be 'hoped that a lare.
orow4 will lend its encouraging pres-
eooe. The adridsilon will be 2 and 1t
cents. ______________

For pettet rppitratlon two t0higt
are neesspry-.-chest capacity an,.
breth onl. The average InmividUal,
'woia i espeityI uses but at limited
pIortIoU a lungs ai4d upper cest
f1'01, cinatng'. Whenever a
little l Uu. Ipiaual0i)hlcaf effort make de.
i naro t inaOnttvi breathlng-espnll
s ot -6lW t0e and" pants, almost
to a oite tt 4 ga1spin6g. ThO- reaeso tor
this la that tle mutstces of the lower
chet, wl at un abdomen have bin.me
Ish, i ruiktphtied, throUgh neglect
I igtiu b s. hl O are .stiaffndo..ane
pste4S and hv e now to be cod ae
|jch to a conditUon of netivity and
*bedwleii ,.
It h0 qoite ns possible to educate
these muscles so that they stlll rto-
apd to our silghtest dentands .t. Is
thet ou thnds are tra'inad to do. our
tlbtthg. Do fferent teachers will advo,
0Atte 4tretat forms o bretlhing-up-;
er ehwt ti.ide :ebest, lower bnorl breathtg-but. what we
Wtt vostrol of the lmt'scl(*s is shatl enable
ttiaU ats tle word of command, for
nll tats ave wte!fal valors. Full ap.
1wti -rMi.atltig t L used most. but
l...e'0 ob ..nd ahominlual breathing

.*1 :''*'. *'t i ,,. w ,
Wife (4nn the quarrel)-Yes, anl
|ople ay oj u onl*y married me it
Iusbs.-41eople are wrong y deeP.
They ortiook the fact that yoU else
had eCa5dtable real estate ..Chli
N'ww .


bagly yo.u know hoW yer's

r ays restores color to gra
Sl o hA


Repredntng. a n nutMr of p0omlbent
AmrtIan apd Boad oompale.

AbsW t & a."d.t "pa '
E. E. VoltB, Eanager.
Get an abstract of title to land before
buyla.u. Atfter- paying the plroh0as-
money ttbere isoftentaO roetor tar

sa' e a I s up tl toortgaeS0

monthTly ti aR t

ftr'aou rbh l
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Delivered to A. 0e1 oCtry.
S t ,ateaniou Garanneed

o" psesr t8ep tr up.e. .
:.e. .. ....ee..

Offe ryak tel F Ulwl#iTffteu
Nevada. 1 :i too, Alri so 1
railo. OtIO tH IWi uht1. t aMotlau.

St. Lt e a Vd Return: : .

San Franciog, Los Aneiles nid
n .ollv JOl to Au tt 3. C.ood
t 00t Sp tttl 11 (: t, af8

*> sale o.)Mu e .t tr a p5. ' re
Ten unt Ae:'ad tReturMn .

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a^- V 0 BN7tt

, .of ^ rft.s .... .. : e.B ( ,. .. -
i ot oontsnts, Burned

AIt eo Mrs. U. W. SmOli at
S i4 4e burned to the ;:roon, to
gAbhyw wth a greater 'part of *e con-,
tents, Ivolving a lose of several hun-
dreid dollars, with, it is understood,
Sinet, -r: an e.::
t* orin of the afre S not known,
but it il supposBd to have originate# by
tate gnawuig matches. The bite was
not 0isbovered until the root had been
partIYfy burned ove 'the hea's of the
ocatpants, when She flames th4 ad..
vfre too far to sa'V the building.
0win. to the hour at ,wheh tfie fie
ontird it was diffletult to leou0re a*.
distance, and before the neighbor. ar-
rived the fIre had gained such headway
that lit was impossible to enter the
burning building.
The- friends of Mrs. Small sympa-
t flie with her in the loss of her prop-
The Wastes of the Body.
Every seven ays the blood, muscles
and bones of a man of average slze
lose cwo pounds of wornout? tissue.
This waste cannot be replenished and
the health and strength lept up with-
out perfect digestion. When the
stconach and digestive organs fail to
perform their functions, the strength
lets down, health gives way, and dis-
ease sets up. Kodl DyIspeopsia Cure
enables the stomaeh and digestive or-
gans to digest and assimilate all of the
wholesome food that may be eaten
intohe kind of blood tht rebuild that rebuilds the
tissues and protets ..the health and
strength of the mind and body. Ko-
dol eures indigestion, dyspepsia and
all stomach troubles. It is an ideal
tinic. Sold. by Bo4iforda Me-

98 8 a 900 P 2 10 p
10 16. 954 P 9o0 P
11.46 11 84 p 4 10 P
1a 2 pD ..... 0 4 p
.... ..... 450p
24p 8
6... .6a.. ..
S 0. ......
uS a.
7 pi 46 ....
7 p8 46 ap .......
OD V 1......

Lv.................. Ja.k onvile.................. Ar 10 B 714 4
........... .... .... Baldw in........ ......... .. 10 12
....... .. ... W aldo .................... 8 0 a 42,
r............. GAINESdILLE ...5............ LV 7 5A..
v................ Or ............ .Ar .......
Ar ...................C edr Key......... ...............
L ........ ....... aver Springs................
........ .................. ......... .. ..
................... ~d....... .......... ...... $
.................... ra sota ........... ...... .....
Ar....... .......... Tampa ................... . o

Jv A .uKUUils........... 5 4
+Ar rerniudlna.......... 1 06 a
Ar &rupswlck...........1.. 2I o
Ar Savannah.............. I lo
Ar vArfa ............ o0p:::
Ar Denaark....... 57........ P
Ar Oolumbla................ 5 0 p
Ar Jamnden................ 7 40P
Ar Hamlt ................. 95p
Ar lmlnrtoun........... .......
Ar Southern Pimes........ 1118 P
Ar alelgh................. 1156p
Ar Portsmouth............ 800 a
,Ar eOmondA, Va......... e6 8 a
-Arw hint.on............... 1010 a
Ar Baltimore.............. .11 a
1Ar Ph1 elahphia........... 18p
or ............ 4 1

lo 9.
900 p .......
10 p.......
U 56 a .......
1 44a..
a a] .......
S0 ......
10 45 a ......

880p .....
*8 .....

L.v Jackaonvilla............. ......
SLake ..........................
Ar Lve O .......................
Ar Madiaon'.,................
Ar Montcello......................
Ar TUlahassee..............
Ar Qulnoy .....................
Ar Rlver Junotion.. ........
A Pensacola. .................
Ar Mobile ......................
Ar ew Orleans...................

756 S

Lv Jacksonvlle...: ..............
Ar Macon.. .. ...... .,; .
Atlanta.......... .. ..............
Chattanooga................................. 1
Nasbville ........................... #8
St L6uJi ............................;.
Ch ago..................... .... ...... ..

honnections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 81, except
at0urdayc from Gainesville.
Trah.No,. 84, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between .
Ta paJacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Washington. eJII
ld dayooahe between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Oaf
diNngcar service from Jacksonville.
,o:.0Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars bei
tween Jaksonville and Wasington, and drawing room Pullman sleepers be- '
Ween Jaoksonville and New YOrk. a
'No., connects at Starke for LaCrosse, Alachua, Wlleford, Wannee anW
attermediatepoints, and at Arener with Early Bird branchii.;i
Nos. 8and 67, Pullman sleeperbetween New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana.--Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays"
ad Thursday, lip. m, "" .,l l.
A. 0". MAODONELL,'Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent. Jacksonville, Fla.
I C. 0. COBB, Ticket Agent, Gaiveville. .


SJ ackeornville andi Newo York,
alling at OHARLESTON, S. 0., both ways,

Te. Finst tamo ips In the 0CastWlae Service.

Clyde New Eng nd and Southern Lines
Dire tetrt viBetween JACQKS86V1LLE, 368TON and
BROVIOEN, and All Eatern Pointas,
Galling at Charleston bo:th wa.ys.

S. ....... ... ro iWharf, Bostoo
(Northbounbd'.....,......,... ., ~~om PFoot of A0therine st., Jackonvlle

SB e L 9 3L o 3tom s l nder zLAno

Stopping at Palattk, Aor,. S. Fracs. Se reford (DeLand). aid Intermediaf
s" "*, *xd on St. Johns River- ,
Is appointed to sail as folhows:
LvM O.en Ile )p. S. 8Sad *,Tues O ald Thursdiys.
Lves lanford8 : Oam. 'Moda, Wednedays and Fridays.

Lo eakm........;..... a.K.yille, ......... ..Ar ..
.... ...... .......... Leave 8.00
.,......., ....
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1AY SERMON. I i.*Vejus.tJbee treadiing with con
abI- 2nter^ ,Xr. CaIerneJiler I 1e's
||*foy Rev. Herbert Lontm~x sp64o'OtiQptal and Labor." I 1
obf Cincinnati. L said be itMz Carn ie is a M& 0 0ILI %,J.L P Alaclina "']I
Sday 2.in ge a I old agree that ue, theIAvr on h H s m id( Kidneys I A 11US T
> Street Oongre^a. wl~t~iet eootnhnc. e asi!
morrow the pastor, *t i wonderful," said he, "how For bitl usnosie, constlpatio and i 'aria '
kw, on "Lessons From many million ires in and about Pitts- For ind.i stioin, siok aid .w,-,vo.. h .
todation train going "Yes, I said, that is astonishing" LiT.oruattralad thout:h loianic rtu!tiu, t.ake i.etn Fio Alihxir c. "
,Urg, I was seated be- as hQ named over the list. it tours and.$! 00 a bottl-s :t dcst,,. R CLSN,
tied to be a traveling Fromth4is there was an easy transi- Pl'rpated oHiy by Dr. H. H ZNov:ey, Atlahta, (ll. C S Manag"
4ediy "chesty" indl- tion to the subject of the trusts. -- AINEBSILE, FLA.
got an opportunity to "it hve very little- ympat.hy with A, |\TITUi
racter to the passen- laws aimed to prevent large combinba- Dr. T. T.i tly-lD ar Sir: :s.,~a., uig your I.mmon li.ir I h vo e vor hrd
tioeis of capital," l ventured "It's arL l anotho-r art.ack of thole fearful > h< ii l Isid thank th G -6t,"said l -ast foul)nd a nvdit.il that w I c r, th e aa t ,I l k, ,ll .
Greeks boarded the tonyro. d h. larkerbuaid r W. Va. JON i II toIt1. oonmidttlo for the
hem were two peasant Ae c-hief element of dauger I s ', n r.... intr...
araing babes in ains. is in some of those comboiiations get.- -
11 filled, and one of tiog a monopoly of raw materials adM 0 ETT' tract of Title
proposed to sit down thus killing wholsom DompetitoTn. abstract of Title
Ta. The salesman moe- He assenthtd to this and I was v ea To-aly eo ndIl
r of the car, telling coutragd t6 cite the Steel Truost. a a ) Atlyt I4o4te Lt wished
there was plenty of example with itS 0nonpoly of the t;,,t- A applicaaou, i
, The woman looked, nelsvill coal tiold.. HING POW DERS)
, ut seat. Therefore 1 toolt a great chance. If he had TEETHI N .POW DERS.
e possession. The had stock in that corporation I would ., 4. Da. rrhoea. D4a~ terw the sow Trou 'IAXES RETURElt
-,tptton n du t1. AN) PAI )
to remove his hat havebeen lost. But jst the revenue of!ps wtegr,14- ,t rn dm.ot!h ruWos e, foveA
Ing to the woman that was true..,Ho had stuff-ered by reason of aI^ C tout aoos ormeth tt-fo t o ttere, M
if she should sit with that same monopoly. 0 ont to teMOr.rru. M, t. l. o ng the redemption eof ran.
f the men among the He told me that he was in the ironth e. t .--tlat '
r husband of tho wo. business. He said that he had pur- atteIUled topemeptlyfto
totetrato, chased his coke of the Fri ck Company, i i w
y for two eats, you for nine years; that h$2.30 a thon had
pay as much as you," been the customary price; and that r . .--.-
At that the American the first of the year the price had been
the face of the Greek, forced up to $5 ia ton. olesl il o
son of Athens replied As if turning the subject, I asked .
him if he could tell me how these local B- -- I ,,O
esengers craned their lands were assessed for taxation. He I
two men glared at each saidthat as a rule they were assessed Botte of W . J Lilip Br, witig C.irp n y's St. l. REAisS 000 R LES
n with the baby eged asfarma lands, but that often the most ''eEfNpO 0 $ .
sat .down. the fort valuable holdings were put on the tax BDo. KeyTrilo Our Spci tlty. Prices New IMslau n AH i et
ou don't pay for two duplicate at a nominal figure. KY A
argument was unan- ."What do you think would be the otl Application.
passenger in the rear effect," I inquired, if the Steel cor-
blame him. I would poration's 60,000 acres, of Oonnels- ,A.....---1IM--.-- -S
arlic." But the public ville coal lands were put upon the tax Arttit, li t
he car was voiced by duplicate for anything like their 1246 to 1 258 W. Adams st., Jacksonville, I1 a. Ft It...t...,..
declared: "That's actual value?" .. .. . . ., ,, , .1. ....
oney is as good as any- "Wlhy'" said he, "that tax would go
S tice longwaytoward absorbing the div- Take The Atlantic C oast Li e WATER COOLERS,
d justice on his side. ideuds of the corporation." A l n i C FREEZERS nd A
y advantage in an ar. "Do you think that would breakp FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTSR and All
Swas nothing left for their, monopoly of the raw materiarll vi v Spring and Summer
at to gather together I ked. u ponon. M 1o I Dn r Ill A 0 I o
f his dignity and de- Undoubtedly it would, he repledV' Nor r assubl Joll",d Sp c i alt e e,
lid in high dudgeon. ThnhqU A4hofU 9 --moeIt, and .... l ai, k Vill*line Mont ner ll M lA
lately in front of the lfaqADlit-up, &id he exoliei .in.AnA
haere sat an American hUlwo Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service a aINvEst a. tAllAt
o had a child, perhaps taxes atd cheapoa ny oke, od e Table In effet ay t4, 190I8.
age, while thet. ae. .,-," -GA1--- ot Arrw,,,, Gainesville MachbneWorks
ng through the aisle, 'Y sald,"buta *, ldbt s .- .... -a.c.e..w.*
he two cldre Wre As most of h.t i w Ideal tM *pm lgh Springs, Nowberty nd Inter- 8-2 p I.n GnGENRMAL MLL AND
er In. h the plan. It revents thelk a .... .:.o. ". mediate Poiuts a Daly MACHINERY 1REPAIRS.
n child looked over the inning or the stuaagitfrom tltng a0 a ea "b" caand Tanpa, and 4.40p) It' an ttin aind straighten whole lo' gth
at the newcomer. In fair advtage, by moptilatengt Intermediate Points Dally of Ihatting nd PtlIl.t g
ue eye. there wato no commongftIof o ,", 'i"-t- ;.."-to -l- ..N.
contrary they danced Joaust then my .friend' t!i tiao 2 p. Palaka, *mto ack i .. .
erest, and the Greek, saled anad 1 shook my had *aWrmlIy. DP-y ,_ . lorth, lExst and We1t l
kicked and resohed He did not know Jat -e had giv!r ai- ngs a; .ro1.M. antish, l'sw k,1OUO IN GN AII
hands toward its Ameri- lenttto theprtnciple for whi i.HenMry al y Albany, Atlanta, all Poinia North, ELast We0t .taily A HI'01CALTY
George hadcontended;'., -* ---- -- ----- ---... .
erloaq child was rngling That rlnlple, unde .rtood in Its 825pin R. heile, M opy nd Citra An P. H ESTGAAR, Pop. ad it.
ng around the neck of fullness, would eideenu the soul Me py an d il Daly:.- '"--..
and both were lo t it tr veln alesm an d ke of hi ... r .......................... ........ ...............J r. W r arw., ,
a Christiga, that is, a bemoorat. m
between the demor yr fe. H GeW orge wl d =a e sai d o High 8prings tpa ,ly
sedMnobbihneeott z he *, Unlis t .=....t. ',l ..l.. .x. u"ndy rI IvI I
th ohleen: "Ot suh "Mote tp, gtleaen. WtuS do r g o o ae 0l.h of rprisipe rrlrt
orfl eavnt ". .... o ea. a Wi..es*tJt a or YIpr isns to New Yor ia Atlathe Co1*st ,, ...,
se, iseebm edo niori t *h s ans,, .&**,* Hnoo u4 co ua, itaIway. NEW PROCESS REGELED ICE
(^= ,:" ^a :med o issiormao....
, ft. thl r t ttie -s roost nocuh fr J, A. DWIN, Ticket Agenta Galuesvhlle. ('ompsedl)
ssn's4isr^t. *) :,h*et tie cap
tried was f ep a edridVl4 bo t h so 4)soC ( W. ) DTARKI Ttav, Pass. A "..-
smile weuld-flit "ao "o w" l W n . ".. m t,, OAI I,.Gen Iaas. Agt., rrua ,41a d e a lls, lgnit
those mn eterioatleo t tl" .p.i.. t *. tu. N.. Wpm .t.., or statn esr e s y a# eus t s
at attend th b T i tsan ahI sad rd feeling e or..'-. -o- h tw ru Sit. f.(waee ti
Which some Fotlhe it d.. bow i ...l... 4.. h'aybeeo ...E..a..........i
by the whilperl-gs sl ggish *d l nsobe ttph dlig*esto, l t,.m t
itw ntldUcorno ppt,n .... fra tnd Triuck Grower K01)AKS and
noticed my intetrees 13 asab for bfKODAK SU
language in w. we t ohi, j Up Th t sble is, thast d't o P 'u e s .. .a' ..-.
. The sleeping .aild .... ,=wS n* fe .. ..n .
presr. I think she tna lat4twstUAstt^ t lu tht'*-$e ste. *. resolv4 SO 5*~4)aloitha Uth

the love of some 'll4 a *n ts itt etse *o 4he 1 A hasad fy l atr d msaiuN w K a. reu sp s.
n I an moi0thers antd to IisV$e ai rtgt *et1 '? tn n *. devotesvtw iafly t ats nwsn1ts tof 004 tolping i vrae at reasonable riest.
onor at 1do 0 y estoe *1* a 'wsrt a wgotabI grow't5 of0Oho'
chb ild h4 a .0 of ^ th *n s*nt plee :e e Wr' oloda
*Mi eht Mr@ Sb. 13a 0 bOBaa t |.lA ^ JI i ta w ts ,u A sN*a t^l mu ortsutiy andthe *Lb R o /. in Pt *M ood w l3 '0As 1% be ysoe ipt oo ft
cent..t~ $tamnpe teke'a.:5 5^'l ^ _-a.ir &.srta*
4rth, that I Ask for mJy may aeW~
a'tiipf 4 ry P~tk iur4 M V anami
Oter this I was ridltN In 1O< t re* AR-SON 11! *W4
by the side of atst t otert uld0ng4. t*le6 ay A AN0RSOtN L-a.. K
o be a strict ehuwetbathan nict houses, were d4ttera ogp rtvr.ad
r wealth-. "Eltarsiseelae T e toss : s $t m. TSI, ^a e '. The ClasW lw l 4 i STARDAR
*Pol**"*u ?* iereSl sa laIrglvr Ilaremma91U15
thooght^ Jat^^ the^^^ *Gre*k Itocoran Gse tee Pvg. e*:s~ '- fttf. .fcirg_
Nor thatl o I oea* ()t't* 5- GUARAATEt sad TRUST
lised that erluag r ta RooewO and paris left ber sa l W
c40)M the NIME Pse t All work dare
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MSr5at thk oWie atosOWsti]e, F-1..
s.I '-' odlas msWl matter.
iil KMOORJARY, 4Miteor aMProp'r.
JESS .n tITZ. City Editor

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threemonths; or,.50 oents for five weeksa-

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^yi..o.. < oto t ,. inertiun-
A'.. for dlspoay advertising made known
:''^ r ""' appllc tion,
T ,e rwice-a-Week S un is an elthigpIe.
fii. WtyoOlumnf paper. ptblilshed every Mon-
day and Thursday, and contain nil the
-news of the week, local, statt and gen-
eOral and will be asled. Postage free. to any
an t of the United States or Canada. for 61.00
tear-ln advance.
^ ; ll4.11 advortisina bills become due after first
&apperance of advertisement, unless otherwise
s.'l si pulated in contract. Parties not known to
us will be reqinlred to pary fo advertising in a&-
vance. Address. THIEDAILY SUN.


Under the above caption, regarding,
the recent publications concerning
Senator Frank (Adams in the Lake
Oity Oltizen-Reporter, the Jasper
ews says:
The unwarranted and malicious at-
tack made by the Citizen-Reporter in
its issue of last week upon Senator
Frank Adams was not only misleading
but the grandest feat in Journalistic
perversion of the truth that has ever
been witnessed in Florida, and will
evidently cost that little pewter-plated
Sr mouthpiece of a "rule-or-ruin" faction
in Lake Oity much anxiety of thought,
as well asdollars and cents, before it
is os able to prove to any jury in this
State that Senator Adams is an "un-
sorupulous" man. He is a man above
reproach among his fellow-country-
nmen, aia that "yarn" spun by the
S "bilious" editor of the Citizen-Re-
porter that Senator Adams gave cer-
tain members of the kicking delega-
M. tlon from Lake City to understand that
riM; he would not submit to any repeal of
the Gillen amendments, is so far-
fetched asto show its falsity on its faoo.
S Senator Gillen was away from Talla-
l hassee at the time oin business for the
State, and Senator Adams told the
i-'. gentleman who approached him that
through courtesy for Senator (Gilln no
effort to appefil his aimndimtnts would
be considered by the o Senate until hise
return. Senator Atdhams, while prosl.
dent,of that body, is hy no means the
whole .Senate, and has too muichl sense
to pose as its ruler where others have
the same right on the floor as ho.
Senator Adami was born and reared
in Hamilton county, and has achieved
his financial success among the people
with whom he has lived to manhood,
and has retained a reputation untar..-
|,<,| nished for Ihonesty and fair dealing
S among them. Thtrre is not today a
"n man In Hamilton county who, it in
H^i need, would hesitate for a moment to
II 0go to Frank Adami for assistance but
1 with the full assurance that he would
:' receive it. He has done more for the
|" good people of Hamilton county than
J ~ any other man who has over lived in
~ It, and is hold in the highest esteem by
|., -When the Lake City Oltisen,-
Ifeportear nwers to roll call in the
||'. *pending libel suit agAiinti it. for l10,OU(0
,^ it may feel out on its right and left for
: the erstwhile friends who urged it to
!, s Incluite its nieighlboTrs to bloodshed and
S.. riot, but they will not be felt. We are
. surprised that tht, editor of the Citixen.

R reporter should to( far forget there-
sponsibilities of a journalist aS to al-
low himself to be worked up from a
disappointed amibitioti to advise itsi
readers to "Oet laws andi the Leoishiuro
at defiance and control and gort-rmi as
they see tit." .Such language is bomrt
of anarchy, and tntids to disintegrate,
*ocatter and deastrvy rather than to
S build up and give eonolidation to
0 tl0e. whose ambitions have bee Ofint
by' 7isy-!*1ioitm tent. 8ueh ui tterances
.incited the noted inurderer of Presi-
dent MoXinley "to bid defiance to the,
law" and order and take the life of the
.'Innocenttand-give his own life to pay
,, thlepenalty meted out to tho cowardly
nausiy Such .incendiary utterances
that other Citisen*Reporter should
Deainned by bti"press and peo-

|^ ~plWbate aW"ebeodthereie ah
b*U*Ks ettu'. known

have hade incendiary pe.a dihs-
ing shotgunn rule" Ibftead of t
their. neighbors and fellow.iti zen
face to face and reasoning together foi
the protectio, of the cit 's inte rests.
From eucl people SenatorLdams hIs
nothing to fear. His name will go
down to posterity the same as now---a
a gentleman above r0proah atndiesteem-,
ed by all lovers of ttrue,'oble and pat.
riot ic manhood.

The largest ocean vessel congtru'it-
ed in our country, the steamship Min-
n esota, was launched at Grontou, Con i.,
Thursday. She will have a carryjiug
capacity of 28,000 tons,, which is larger
than any other ship afloat. An idea
of the enormous capacity may be
gained from the. fact that it would
take 28 railroad trains with An average
of 40 cars in each train, and 50,000
pounded average load per oar, to haul the
stuff carried at one time. by the Min-
inesota. Could Noah's ark hold more?

It is said that every man walks
two miles a day, if only in stirring
about his room or office. If a man lives
to be thirty years old he will walk 21,-
900 miles. The man who believes in a
daily constitutional of five miles will
walk 54,70 miles, The circumference
of the earth is 24,889 miles. Walking
five miles a day, a man who has walk-
ed for thirty years, will walk around
the globe twice, and have a few thou-
sand odd miles to his credit.

A New York writer estimates the
wealth of John D. Rockefeller at
$1,000,000,000, and his yearly income at
$75,000,000. This is far in excess of the
estimates generally given, and makes
Mr. Rockefeller easily the richest man
in the world. As his wealth is known
to be increasing at a very rapid rate
the figures that would show what he
will control in twenty years might be
too startling for the present genera-
tion. ________
If the people would mind their own
business and keep their noses out of
family affairs, maybe there wouldn't
be so much family affairs for them to
get their noses into. Truly two-thirds
of the trouble in the world is caused
by people minding some other business
than their own.

A startling theory has beenadvanced
that appendicitis may be induced by
drinking medicine or water that has
stood some time in a glass vessel. This
theory is the sequel to the recent dis-
covery. that glass. is not insoluble, as
has been believed. What next?

Fresh air tablets are a preparation
discovered by a French scientist. It
was while investigating acetylene that'
he discovered that he could combine
certain chemicals into a tablet which.
on being dropped Into water, dissolved
and gave forth pure oxygen.

It ia said that a man who squeezes a
dollar never squeezes his wife. A
glance at our subscription book leads
us to believe that many women in this
section are not having their ribs
oracked. Come in and settle and show
that all's right at home.

8tate of Ohto. City of Toledo,
Lucas County. -
Frank J. Cheney makes oath tiat he
is senr partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
ou-City of Toledo, County and State afore-
salid, and that said firm will pay One
llundred Dollars for each and every
ease of Catarrh that cannot be cured
by the use of 1all's CrtarrhtCure.
Sworn to before ime and subscribed
In mty presence, this fifth day of Del)o-
comber, A. I). 1880.

f-l W. A; (JGLASON,
tSAL Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is tlkesi intern-
ally, and acts directly on tho blood and
i nuoones surfaoet, of the system. Send
for teatitmonials, free.
F. J. Onitxv & Co ..Toledo,O,
Sold by all Drugglists., 7
Hall's Familly 1ilas are the best,
Liability of Postmasters
Bowlltg Oreen. Ky.., May 53.-Jud g
Peter Evans. In tho Ulted u State*
court here has ruled that a man In
charge of postqfftlees mu t pay to the
government any amount or amiountst
burglars many steal trom- the otaes.
The doclsaon 1I consider tImportant,
establishing the UaMbility of poi a -
tera for fund and supplei- wheih are
lost y reMsoa of batt r~at or o& e
cause. F
FOr Over Sixty Y-ear

been use by children while teching.
hllU-a all 5aatilk AMt *Mi'6r.A ~ 3

bDSblio Ga May 2.- WI11-
e 'Haf', cent *of whos,.:mppqued, | E
6 icn In the Oconee river 4 fewv
days ago was reported In the palprs,, -
Is said to be Alive. It ia rumored
that WIlams was seen in DubPlin. aC w' |
night or two after the day on *Wlch
it. was thought he was drowned, ad Tia know wb fn rif ei blood is coursing thro
others have stated that he has been the Telas, for it ohow in the brightness of theeye,
sen,: Wriglitthtsvilne, tt is arTdly beaUfty dd harness of the co leion, the Smo tho, ai
poMsI'ei ho vler, that there a any kin, and robust, healthy constitution. It good b da
basis for th a rumors a the man's that imparts strength and energy to the body and k e
wife h not seen h or heard any- healthauness and vigor. Good blood is the foundation o~od ealth,
thing o him solace he left home to go to be physically and mentally sound it must be kept pure ad untait
to thd rver to see about his fishing People with good blood ossessstrong. Iwas inwreto alth m b1i
lines. steadynerves and are wlett g in badorder, m y -i,- a
appetites and digestion, and enjoy verymuchulcerated. 1be6gril.'M
Trolley Car Conductor Killed, sound, refreshing sleep. If we could of-S.S. s., andin a remarkably shiii
Chicago May 23.-Ohafrles Bebbitt, always maintain the purity of the time was eound and well. Evysi
of Hammond, Ind., was lnstantly killle blood then we might enjoy perpetual tit increased wtonderuh it ,
early today in a collision between a health, but it becomes infected and foodagreed with me. I think it
Pennsylvania railroad train and the poisoned and most of the ills that afflit fne familymedictne ..
street car, of which he wsas conductor. humanity and undermine the constitu- M. 3.. DAX I DV=OI..
The motorman, William Knobsy, was tion re caused by an impoverished Rockmart, Ga.
.badly cut. 3Babbitt was riding on the or polluted condition of this vital fluid.
fender of the car when the crash came, When the blood is diseased theskin or threo yearsIhad Tettr on uay
having signalled' the car ahead, bellev- loies it. healthy appearance, and thehands. Part ofthetimethesem .
ing the track to be clear. c .plexion, its freshness and beauty was in the form of running soe
.______ o and becomes red and rough and full of very painful and causing me molt
Murderers Still at Large. pimples and rp!Dtches. itching, scaly discaoomfort. Four doctors said tl,
Ura. Euolean RusSia, May 23.--The eruptions, blackheads, boils and rashes Tetter had. progressed too far to b
urdrers of Governor Bogdanovtch, break oat po: the body when the cured, and they could do notlhin4gL
murderers of Governor Bogdanovi ch blood too por or toothin and acid, me. Itookonly three bottlesofB.S..
who was shot a.red 1Illed here on Tues. is cuppinprornourish and w completely cured. w
day, have not yet been arrested. The and is not "upplyinI proper nourish- andwa completelyouod. Tha e s
post mortem examination of the gov- ent to the syte. Debility, poor sinceseen a signofmoldtrou
erru body showed there were two appetite, bad digestion, restless ,deep 3S. L. g. JAO g8
bullet holes in his heart, four in his and nervousness more often come irom 837 st. aul St.. Kanaas OCity, ]go.
ballet holes in his heart, four in hos
lungs, two in his liver and one through -luggish, ioure blotd than any other
hts hand. cause. To build ,lp th blood, restore its lost properties and make it tich
s .__________ and nnitritioi5, aga:n is the only r-tional treatment, and the proper way ito
peetatostoget rid of skin troubles. There is no remedy like S. S. S. to accomplish this
Representatlone to Porte, and it does it promptly and thoroughly.
Sofia, May 2S.-The new ministry S S. S. antidotes and removes from the
has made representations to the porte blood all poisons and humors, and restores
on the severities practiced in Macedo- it to a normal, healthy condition, and in..
nla urging their cessatlon as a means vi, orates and tones up the eralh
of bringing about mnwo cordial reta- When rich, red blood is again flowing
tons betweeni Turkey and Bulgaria.. through your veins all skin eruption
The Bulgarian government will also disappear, the appetite improves, the complexion clears and you get ridof
appeal to the powers for their media the miserabledepressing feelings and nervousness, and enjoyoncemorethe
tlon. blessings cf good health. S. S. S. is nature's remedy for all blood and skin dis-
eases. It contains no minerals whatever, but is guaranteed purely vegetable.
Write for free book. No charge for medical advice or other information
Dry, moist, scaly totter, all forms .
of eczema or salt rheum, pimples
and. other cutaneous eruptions pro-
ceed from humors, either inherited,
or acquired through defective di- LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect April II, 1903.
gestion and assimilation. sa w.NL D Ow NORTHBOUND-REA DUP.
To treat these eruptions with
0 e.1 fig. to Wo.981 No.78
drying medicines is dangerous. [ J T o. Oa i. ln.
The thing .do Is to take
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istn~ushed peakers Were
Srsets*t and kde Fi ne Addresses.
plonas and !1 ate Fair, Medals
rAwaIrd0d to the Pupis*
If o-ever % s4 .ne w jti fed in;
fleeingfa pi4e afid delight in any one
thig 1p^e| a r e cetianly justUl-
6dId to ieir'1admiration of the Gaines-I
ii rded and High S~chool and its
'|il n't work. The commencement
i~solobf .Friday evening wer' alone
oatito.* swell the hearts of every
present with pride, when five
#Ind girls, pupils of the school,
dod on the stage and were presented
with five of the six gold medals- which
were awarded by the Florida State
S~attommittte in a competitive con-
ts bbetwetqn the entire public school
system of Florida.
The graduating exercises ,of the
S school began at 8 o'clock. The prd-
1 gram comprised violin and piano
music, addresses, etc., and Is presented
*Mu~lc-Violin and Piano..........
...........Mary and Rosalie Connor
ayer..........R.. ev. Thos, P. Hlay
'Esay-Wonddrs of the World .......
.. ..... ............, Pearl W hetstone
PiH ~as Solo--Selected,..................
..: ..... .............Mr. W. M. Dale
Imaslay-Notable Events of the Nine-
; teenth Gentury. .. ...Addle Wright
Soeal Solo-Selected ,, .Miss Inez Ford
oiYter 4ty.1Addr 1. ...... ....,
.Hon. Martin L. Williams
'i" al Solo-Selected.... ........
.]^'; ,:.. ... L.'. ,........ .Mrs., J, A. Goodwin
P.Delvory of Diplomas and Mcdals ...
^ ;:,. . ... ... .1....... .. Hon R. W DAviN.
The literary address of Hon. Martin
K L. W.lliams of Aroadia was full of
goo'Iplo,,And was well reeelved by
Sthe large and appreciative audience.
!"ol.' Williams made many eloquent
Sand pratiqal statements, and incl-
Sd4ta9llpaid the Gainesville Graded
Sand Hi .1 ohool many high oompli.
men,, all of which he declared the in-
'titution deserved,
S The graduates on this occasion were
Vt Mlises Pearl Whetstone and Addie
Wrlght, to whom" the diplomas were
6 presented by Hon. Robt., W. Davis of
i;alatk, .In presenting these diplomas
Congressman Davis took occasion to
,',06~lilment the young ladies by the
astement that he considered a diploma
iro.m such an institution as the Gaines-
,i',le ,Graded att H1igh School alone a
*great honor, for he believed that it
was the bast public esohool in the State
of florida, with the most competent
00 oorps of instructors.
At the conclusion of his remarks to
Miss Whotstonx aind Miss Wright,
S.T Odges Davis awarded the State Fair
medals to the winiirs, who were as
follows: For composition, Harvey Me-
S ornmack and Chlristtint Widetlinnu; for
deolanmttlion, Aloxaitndr Douglass ; for
relocution, Mary tlai rd and a Ethel
einkernbr, lie cornphliinnttd the
o'. ng people upon whit he termed
;; tilhe most imarvoiusi sucese in theo his.
l tory of the public schools in this or
l tany other State
,'.' y a Persistent Cough, but Perma-
f,;"' nently Cured by Chamnberlai's
': .: ,Cough Remedy,
Mr, 1. P. Illt rbag,; a student at law
IY. rtn Oroenvillie, 8. 1., had been troubled
'for fourth' ie yeau'rs witli fn roitiiu
.Ito.u0 c, h W ih hje '.- say', "greatly
ft I no"tu',d u':t' using ig tt rear that I
i'i ias in th. l'irlt .tage of ci'ol unuptit ."
Mar.i-n urb,, u hItviu s.'<, Clamibte r

!niab| (ouglh l', medly ad ve'rtitwd, con.
*.-oluded to try it. Now rNad wut ho
aye ikyi !of it : "1 ot:tu> I,'It a rctrarkahhl
ha .ge and after using two bouttlo of
i''thei twouty-flve sit nt mto, wias permna-
ws-j jt.ly otitid." Soll hy tiall druggists
a.id dllimiodiat comptin iti.
C ntrl l Must Vacate ench,
S'' rartfort. y, l May t.'-. ht, court
of appeals decided today in response
1 to w motion of Coinommnwealth's At.
torne.y Fr'aa^ln that Judge Oantrtill
nt- aWate ,the *boch nu tho nomlng
trial of tal(bD Bower, charged with bo.
i+ ani accessory .to the f uirder of

For Those Who ive on Farms.
Ber.'eti, Pa a, Ill. writ?,*: "1
iavs.used"'ilaldr!'s $now Lisimwnt;
^I Wa'a roomauend i to m.y .frieda, as
Sa da Thos who
i 9tOn tarmi *are. t areolsp 1 liable to
0m,,, ab
'"r I r.f,|

! T. LEGRA :HIC 'ft' VITIES. ,
.Rebillon' has l.ckrr out liin Cratla
nd ithreatenu.to ex'rn to IDalImatia.
Dorney Kitchino has beuen acqitted
of tie murder of .34 dwi Jones before
Judge Felton tn Macon,
*ry closing their nil1p aend selling
their cotton 8stoe0k tra&tejille Manu-
facturitag company,, of August, figur
a profit of .$70,000.,
Probate Judge Whatley, of C1ay
eun ty, Ah ., la charged with holding
back pension money d rwn froma t-he,
state treasury for 'veterians ,
A group of 42 Alabatna editorsa now
In at AnAilsaon, were eanYcs'sed
pn their choice for the presidency.
CIcv land received 19 VO~tes apd Oor-
man 10

Iu a race between the yachts Coluin-
'ba aind the Rellance, the latter won
by over 14 minutes.
The war department las arranged
to pay Sergeant Mix, the leper lao-
lated on Thoe island, wiLthout .e-
quiring him to'lslgn vouchers.
Ps'tmamtier General Payne will asa
congress to cover the deficit of .$227,-
0O0O in his department. Payne sharp.
ly criticises the methods of Machen.
The S'outhprn Prez'y Lt.o'ans are In
seanion at Le:lngton, Va. the North-
ern Presbyterians at LoA Angeles,
Cal., and the Cumberland Presbyteri-
ans at Nashville, Tonn.
It isa said that when. the Jews were
being murdered by the Rusaians the
latter exvreassed pity, Dut said It was
the czar's order.
Montana, .out of Storey, by King
AlfonFo, 17 years old, is dead at the
Morris rachi at Adel. Montana won
$68,000 for ii.s owner, T. 1. Kirkendalli
"f Helena, In his t track.
George FraMci T'mramn iF quarantined
at- the home of his sister, Helen M.
OuIader, at ,Stamford, Oonn., sefferinr*
fr.om mallpox.
R1r Thorsa Lipton's four vessels will
sall for the United St4tes May 28,
four days ahead of time, Sir Thoma"
himself will aill for New York be.
tw:cen June .15 and 20, says a Glasgow
In N'dw York last alght Tom Shar-
key defeated John Plenning, the Grae-
coqRoman champion, in a t~jWhs.
catch-can wretling match, Ploning
falling to secar a fall in 16 mitutt,
as, provided for by the terms of the
The original boiler plate mills of I te
Oontral Iron and Steel company at
Ilarrlwburg, Pa., was destroyedd by rfl re
early today, entailing a loas of. $200,_
000, and throwing a large number of
men out of employment. The loe. la
fully covered 'by Insurance.
A Pokin dispatch says that the
American, who were sheltered, at the
British legation durin-the sleep. have
presented a brass lecture to the chap-
el. Minister Conger made a speech l
in belaltf, of the Amerni'ans and O1W-
nwa Becrotary Cockbitr.. and Chap
lain Norrls, of the British legation,
both alege veterans, responded.
A Chicago dispatch says that Oon-
greasman William Lortm*r ha- a m.a
Jority of 1,001 over A. 0, Durberow,
according to the fliguTres at the a '
o0unt of the ballots, p was co
pleted l'1 4 bight fat*f o0 daye a
work. H ma bt t. tIl
$weom-ra m, 4' t, vl iVou

recount Oiv Ws.Mr,, w l i' re' d
Mr. DurboroIw 1S,49 ...b.'s.
majority belse 1,401,
AFarmer StraightenedOut.
"A tian living on a farm npa r here
camie in a storb time ago completely
doubled up wfthrheamattdim, hand.
od him a botle0 of Chamtirlilne Pain's
Halhu and told him to the Jt freely and
it'f not satisfled iter ualag it he need
not pay a.centltoit "* wa sa 0.. P. Ray-
hlo, ri Pattens Mtiia N. Y. "A few.
days later ho walled lrro the store as
s(xaight as a string and handed men a
dollar, saying, ive me anbther bottle.
of CA'miborlain's Paaiu Balm. I want
it in th liouse all the timn, fort oured
tau.' For stale by all druggists andud
medicineo Ompanito. -
Forest Fires Raglng In Adirendack.
8: natosr,. N. Y., May 2S<--Reportas
from N Qaruet. Silver Bay, Stony Creek. Thur.
mau and places I the lower Adliron*
datks, .ay that fort flres a re agast
raging in several place sad are b4a
yond (ontrol,
A Little Early Riser
Now and then at bedtime wUl .ure
censiipt ion, biliouseas and llvr
artublhs. DeWitt's Little .Eitly
Rii'rs are the fatuous little pt1la that

cure by arousing the reomtilos, anov"I
ing thle bowels gently, 'yet eff. ti tt
umid giviUg such tone and 6attetat I
Ithe 4lantl of the stomn th .4tilt i
ith the caus of the tt1a400 lh
tU~u~foat'as h wili

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Colodbal Affair Coztlng fPortune To Be
Erected on Hudson.
New York, May 2S.--F. Wellington
Ruckstuhl, vice president of the Mu-
nicipal Art society of New York, and
ex-chief of sculpture of the St. Loulae
exposition, wll saI l for uhope next
Wtlr and w~il remain abroa4duntil the
fall of 1*94.
His stu'-ilo will be located a doa i
miles from Paris and the-e he will tie
busily engaged on models for several
monumental. One of the models will
be for a McKinley monument, whioh
will be erected In WaahlsUgton by phi-
vate subscription. Another model
will be for A colossal nAtlonal peace
monument, which will be 700 feet high
and will be erected oa th* Hud0son.
This undertaking ~ outlUne a
a meeting of the ,) Sulptture
society three yoaAC r4 Sic
plans have 'beeih. ,.: Mj.
Ruckstuhl has rtec'. y0
Usurance that jwht tea-
ary will be L, e i) b
tion that be wiVI destitni| to
work o the rnod(iaa closely #. ps*s
ble. ...
The mon.Ume6nt will bi I th. shape
of an Immense Ionic coln01n, abut t10
feet high. '1iere will bee .oievator
running to the top and a =g la globe
on top about 40 fet .n Adi~neter to
serve as .a flghtboute,. n t-froint of
the column will lbe a figure of Violtoi1
ous Peace 100 feet high. Arot4d
the base there will Ibe 18 large ground
of sculpture and about 40 heroia por-
trait statues of men dW1tingui shed In
art, literature and science. AllU ug-
gVtion of war will be ellmin4ted.,,
The tO 6 stores In- the a0lfoot cube.
will be used as Il'brary lecture amnd
concert halls a. '." ''
... 4. World Wid ReUtation,
White' Oream V;rnuifng* baa
iaohive, a.. worldd ,i iubtt a. i
be, bopsl of all # do dIe)G9S*5Q
unttfq taie;to te
aoldit or souIt" eae 6tg
proves thet dif t l4 a1nd a $lla
tlon of food, S ngthea thet voue
system and rest e t the
health vigor and elastity of splritf
natural to childhood, 26 at Johnson
eros. ____________
old f,'an Found n .,Water Near Tam.-
S ,pa Wh.r :
Key Woit. a. May S.--The o, dxxty
ot rank Wiitaker, asol. president.
was ftoun Tuesday In the water at
w eeneny's wh ar e h*e ..-"O examinta
tion. ior wound. were tounta on the"
a,b,. either of which would have
caused hi-" d-eat :b:: ,
The coroner's $Itrf ed. the
ecvooaer New VewnIi, lWath ws ltyins
at the **thirf- wheo'1t by w
tontd, and ftotd '.the d.i d a tA At*
and that the dec Aw Co r*1Wth

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lnuSeed or Lint, Latrge or Small Quantities.
Advances made. Warehouse charges free. Firm offers
made by letter or wire. Correspond-
ence solicited.

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SVON Dal0f TA2yIOI. No Daily08 %1

TaMI X&e P1 .PMAr ArPM
7 ................ ,........... a iz d...... ..o..o... ...... .00
800 .......... .... ......p..zr ........ "...'. "' f0
05. .. 0 r en.... ........ .900

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90 oI........ .. ...... i.. . ..
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186 8o 8... .......ellalm-----9:4 840 2 0W
0 51 710.......... ,.eIm.........8. 4 8 1 60
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1100** .Jt oaI-.l 0 V 4.1
, 10 361Wp9 TallM% P.C.&V .. 1 43 p 6l&
..l 11 0 ....va.o5ta A5 P.. 520 1
0 A 4 10 p .. .Maoo ,G.8.AF. SO .. I40 a
S. M tla. t .of Ga. 8 00 .. 00
TraAins d 4 4n wIl not rnu between Gaiesville and Fairfield on
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.&gen JAB. GIRAHAM Presidnt.
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.ia Mta Divine. to D.
Inmencement Sermou R O.K lle h I


DE N TS 18",
[Sueepssr to Selaler& Alder"ian]
Over Dutton & Co'a B*aI. Ganeaville
Spaoi.1 attentio S6 ? Phoneill4 ,.^ *


.... RE',| Gnraduate Baltlmore College De'ntal Surgery
This Sermon There Will be .. .Fiv ers experiweno New York City.
B rvices at Other Churches This Don b seiell discourtagd. ,e Cw e work ad Ul eoa
at r V ... lr you. It neceesary write Dr. Fenner.. ALL WoUIK OuiiA*ttItiU.
$^Hlngf -Union. Service at Presby- HhIta spent a life time curing J.USt aStb Orlri tU rEnv=rL BIOCK. GAI NLUsVi.LL, 5I.LA
na e .s a yo -. All con ll n .s _, .. -;. ."..-
it Church Tonight. ",igit Monoths In bed, heavy backache, DitR. J. H.i PISON.
paix ind sor'eoenes across kidoeys, also rheu.
people of Gainesville will have snatitn. Other remtdles failed. Dr. Feo- .BNTISt
easure of hearing this morning wr's Kidney and Backache Cure cured mo
t eminent divine, Rev. Alono coinpletely. H. WA11TERS, hamlet. N. Y." South Side.Square, tainesvllleFl.
t eminent divine, Rev. Alongo I I I
Drxigglsta.500.. 5Ask for Cook Book-Free.
0cwho will deliver the commend'ce i Sr Cure (..,rcular,
sermon of East Florida Seminary STyltiUS'U CE ns r urediamij. n i lUl r Sm
.. .._ __________..___________ _________________ _____ rMlo.
Ivanaugh Methodist church. The ... -- ----- --- --
He will begin at 10:80o'clock, and T W. PATON.
who desire seete are requested d rr U I 1 c NONicRAND SURVKyOR
me promptly. Mr. W. M. Dale 'aOrL .. IAiA.x n .
sing at this service. ...i ealsr tIn. ra> *.tate. Thoroughly posted
bhe Sunday school will convene UB O EL wlxeve'ry section oln land .At;liahu ountsy.
Kavanaugh church at the usual I ye a .lln den olII... .
towelsli.verydn ily .7. roIll or willbe..Neep lSoots
9:30 o'clock. The Epworth iltr 1,r lo nrofr,1 AlIolo IG J. DEIwSsY.
ue will meet at 3:30 p. m. There eoaUtiar, way o keug awy FURNITUR-I EP.\ ItE.il)
no evening service, owing to OANDY and Nude N ew
Wnion service at the First Presby- OATHARFTIO LOOKINGGLASSICS RI'.ILVERKD.
AX church. We buy or sell Flrnlture, or can contract
ere will be no service at the First awit youondthle onatIo alwis atronage
ist church either morning or ,____..-
ing, owing the sermons of Dr. LFRED.TAYLOR.
1k. The congregation is invited to PAINT'IN -.\ND
Methodist church this morning PAPEUr HANG.I Nt.
d the First Presbyterian church to- EAT .l0Sr't ANDY GAINESVILLE,. FLORIDA
*Pte tGol, oo....t...I.lt... ......
'There will be no service at the First en. i oraknri ton for DECOR TORS WALL PAPE
K ..ltlr Address COM fee b. hPANgY.ent for wDECORAkORS. ALL PAERt
rabyterian church this morning, fe. .a u CX.rifANY. New York. or saw vo
wing to the commencement sermon P Yn lD BLOOD CEAN
t Kavanaugh Methodist church. The 00.. I. U . u. WrALKiC AMAUiK, T. HArLO
congregationn is invited. At this church WALKER & HAYLOR
ais evening Dr. Monk will deliver a WALKE & SHAYLOR
aermon on the temperaned question, B= 8 Sad anl ATTORNEY8-AT-LAW,
which all churches and the public ltirtatiolt orn uir 9.Vkor
,h$e m .Ptalost midanot d notrw Jcksonvile Florida
generally is invited to participate. Plls end not tr ckso
I Rev. John Gray of Holy Trinity OlHiNAlnT -81id b or as1, 4-8-02
church being absent from the city no b, r n lw e i -
report of services at this church has orslr mt on AFE BELVEDER.
been handed in, but it is supposed that r WM. SCHILLUR., Proprietor.
s services will be conducted as usual byv 182 W. Forsyth st., Jiacksonville, Fla.
Member of the parish. TO THE PUBLIC. Oiposte.Posto.ivt.
The usual services will be held at We, the undersigned, hereby agree
Patrick's Catholic church, Rev. P. to pay $1,000 to any manufacturer of Best dining place in city. Fine
nch. paint who can show, by similar tests, Wines, Liquors ahd Cig ri.
I Surface as perfectly and for so long a Tl yx sr
at of Winter Residents Depart-Huff- time as our FINE WINES. LIQU',us & ClGARS
man House Will Close. l01T0 ELATIC AT. JOHN S ,WI'IlS Prprietor.
"? '" n ... We guarantee :GRAPHITi ELAS. list-Il W. lay t,. Jawionville,
Melrose, May 28.-The last of our TIO palnt to coGtaitotr.t0t, A. l n--- .
regular winter residents left on Thurs- ,hal.tu o a of thi :.rodots [f Vnt beer, bottle il< denohkht. don't
das, regretting they could no longer gfaQ to call oi itis whio inJasLnville
petroleum-, and whern-4Pp0 A 0o1any ...........
enjoy the perfect weather we had dur- surface aecorditn. to our dsreotIio
ing the last few weeks. The Huffma wer perfectly for t L Pri4ro fit' o IN JACkSONV.ILLEr
House has still a few winter guests, years,andwe gree to f lsh, ftre o .:: -i--Visit the-
U will close for the present on May. charge, all pa wi The hotel has had a longer and ay surface whe t ha prove GA .DEN,
urcessful season than ever be- motive Sighed, Th blt tLquors in the city. Enter.
a8 history. It has been filled The National ylt and Vnts h Co., .tm^ evOry nlglt at soo Oarden
and time again and numerous eveland Ohio U. S. A. -
ta for rooms had to be declined
es. Mr. Huffman is an ideal We take pleasure in annoatitg that our UALv:
knows how to make hisguests w e c d coaitol iome and they are glad to p le G tRAHIT s.AL of: O t.rt04 'inARZET AU AND
ge it by .omning every year. known a -t ..f.:t p ....'' h is
ke has resigned Ibl position paint ha.s th t -ndow nt.. .. ..
ni on the ta er Ale, the Si i nd ton ,f a, SATlhT OT VAAUINTiLD
being now held .y e. Goo:4 1 metL '

e consiglnm ent of shtngles Wh I. G.a : ..... I or ..or....

or the Methodist oti tn sa dl lli
of A. -rig .4 p Sdou ad Cafe
A edition to L. BaldewinA & Bone' Jsonvile, llowi a
finished. They have now the
st Wtore iitorn.t

olina, and reports having Its 4 : l t 4 ;^ Im* '
very enjoyable time sozning old perfet Wortwr er West ontf~rrwsht
friends at his former homent. (J n i u ,.. .m.. ..... u-
Miss Maud Haffman has gone .o
Gtlinesville to attend the co- a ; ,,, i s ltih, 'hO;<. ame i'm lseason,
m ent of the Seminary. .. .. .. .... .. *:.* .t:I,, d BowlSlg
The wet and dry election i. h ,onitlete .f (~0 4 '
Va good deal of disclasion .ma mg te ,-,.. ........
-rters of Melrose,. and itis t xp utI0, i:- BE FOXY. *
, that atfull and solid vote will be ei c.: ...as,
..Many are expreslintlg their r1egi1#t11 i: '
that nothing has been done |by the
SLeioslature tobetter regulat the1 sale A l .7I
of ofm" aled "home-made.wini ... ":---:... *.It" | | -. I

ha been the eau of, most thiei :Of
tried in the Fourteenth distries eourt, Q:
said no doubt the same Oe t will be *l.RM OhAtit A*I.. ZZ' S
!ound in other coKurts

railway week ad tldI same ane. i :T. L)ot5l5, sad AMI
Throat LanLug .Troauel. u LEN W
ihe ad AJeo of :Dr; E ag'6 Eawiand Ai

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No. 0 Through thoe Land of the 1iky." No. [ O
7 ,- ~ v.--. ~.. .": J a- on.vi la.. I. I. .. .. i ow Iai
t a it l.v. ... .. avani t, ..... .. Ry .. ..... A 6 10
0 Ar Ooluit, S .......... ao iy. .... v,
I .\Ar . . .... A. Alievlli. N, t .......... o. tt .. v, I "'
<0 AI' .... inoxVvlle, Ten .. ..... 0. ..... .. ,Lv. 08R
15 a V A I .. ..., ..... Ut'eltiinn ti., Ohio... 9.. & ....... L-v. ...-
Clionlniax iI.
No, No. ia Ilet wee JacksOi' lie aind the North iand West Mo.14 No.6
1 0 t a 7 4 h 1 I.v. aPul. h .. -%. ..y ..... ;...........At' 0 P
1201 it it) A6 rv Mi pet>. ........ .... . ............. .. iA A 0
38 p 300i Ar. Ataonlti, a ..... ............. ...... .Lv. li I)
t 10 N1W Ar. Ait lantit. .....t . .......... ....... v. 108 1 (
8 6 7 1a Ar. llol lltit... ... ..... .. ....... ..... Lv.. 80
i 2b 14;8 Ar. tlxiton. Oxn. . _. .. .. . -?v. 6l 01
b 7 M A r. C uo t ......., .. ... ... .. .. A
)80 830 11 .v. t'iloin otl x Ohia o........ it vour....................... Ar, 1 I
b }30 a 7 10 a1 Ai. t'hlaw io, I .ut . .. . M ........ .... .. ..... l l 1
7 1 i LvA tt3lbllhv( 1i tl.O. i ....n..... onn. n l ...... ........ .... .... Ar 033 w 0 0
011)) I 73t A. r. loatiro... I....t ii, lho. ....................L. 04011 1
... .......h....... ..............
&I a 8 45lbt p Lv. Ctanxltnati1 Ohio. .. H. i .-Mono.......... ....Ar. 40
556) p 7 $8 l Ar. Cihloaio. II I ........0, i: ns....-Monou.... ._.. 4 P to

S3 .901)it a Ar. Toledo. Obho N .. ,...,... V 0 I
420 7a0 Ar. D)otrollIt, Miohl .. ... .... ...... l 0 .
8 0 BO a 11$ A Lv. Clitniiti. Olilo . *Pe n, ine ... .. ..,, .. a a
S640p 6 t Ar litut. urit, la ......... L 0
l a 1 ) p Lv. Cinleinnil. Ohioh .......u. l Vt our ......... ......... At. S0l a' O D
1 00 P) 4 at Ar. t.levolndl Ohiol .... ,. . ....... i... L l3 "
7 : .v.. ......... ........ ..... .... .s. .. ... .... . ..... ..... . A r to,. lHa
7 ii 1 'a Lv. r 0.e a cto le. o. Iy ,A 4 ,o4
103 8 i 1 Ar. l.onlvile. y .. ..... ... ..... ... L. 40L
..... a Ar. t. Loulf, Mo ......... ............ Lv, 1004 p
It80 t Lv. Lcxtng mic. Ky ........ y .... . ......... Ar, 10 H ,..,-,,
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Now. 5 aild -"C'hioulc o pnd I,'lorill Spehoil." holild vetltilo traiit) >l>.woeit JalwlMt iiI
and O Cioinnt I. Arrive dallv exooept MondIuyI: loavoe dailly otiitept Stuinidys. Throattiutll
drawh.Wi i'ooM aleelitig oarN to Chllocago vtliat l 'our to Clevelaund via lih rourt to t& tillWo
vlu Ploni1,vlvatnta ljnqlli 1.Iliray oslerVtirvit ioat r toi loutilvll,. 1,1ritl-olmm thrimi!tar*p II *
to liiainhtN P'ilinniin s 'llliin 0iar e to Deotru it,
No, il nndt 'The VloridaLi iitedia." tolid ven4tiulo train. lniihllnson Prrikw lrvla roo lco*i6
Ingt ru .t- l'trsti-ltati ltroughrt t!r'i oi tcoh iandt lillnivt oars ltWbtw lln Jat1t)i'i.nvUlte iandt <(ts,
nllti. Tlirolriili 'uall tn dirawiim room Mieeunpini tuvr tr o ouCiloatio viat 0 Ii it& li,-M.a iol tsIoutei t
'hlC itur. a vili I't!1iu" I lyiihIt lilit M, I W lly._. "
NOeI N,..I:1 lieitwi.en Jaekkonvillhe an4I4 Knuati1s City N .
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JaokIta)i %Leilh t k uio ,,l fi ( l It,, l< I )lil 'lar l, filly.
li .nii g' (u r. ,\apl v in 1 riy' lkeLt Ag .)t former RosirvthlineF.
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rwirPctlVa JAttUAiyr 0 t. ,

No, So No.a NO.U Between Jauksouville4 nd Nw iorki, N. O.e Qi ..
T 2 1I t i n 8 45 a Lv. Jaeksonvlllo. Fai ...So. Ry............. Atr. 90 a
to S ,o t ) Jev mP.0a...,. ...... ..... ...... Ar. t, it
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8 t at 9 (6 1 pi Ar. ColAnibm S. C...... ........... .. T
9M a 1 a Ar. Ohailotte, N ..... ..... .... L, 4
Isl0O p 04 1 AO. GreenstboroN.O, ., ,....;........... (Vt
348 ap Ar, t vill Va ............... .. .
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4 17 h bM a VM Ar x. nobburnt. Va....,. So "Ay............. Lt8,'v.s P3
7 Ur Tav 483 Ar. rI........... ...Lv. LV
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11 35 1 111 )000 Ar. Btalth ore,. Md....... P. .i Rt...... ... .... L S
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.1a ...4 tlx i. p Ar.14ew York........... -_ ... .3- .... 1 H. ,A6.
No" i uixia-"The Soujthern Palmr muteded' SolJIveibuletip of .uU.AR ..
room, ucoitrtmewnt. lb. eou onitte. observation and dinnl cars between bO3dl yl
INew York, Arrives daltlly except Mondavw: leave ditll ete6ept Sundaya.
Nos. 3. 1ixl a4 Noe Y ork and iodila Express." Plulluan drawlngi riooto leeptniip0euri i
0 1(hnol crs between Jatosonvjillk in Nelw YNw ork, Coahes between Jtf itoikvole &ovi Wle 4M
iiitrtnOt. Dai ~ly. . .
Nom. Z)mit lid t. "\Vtsitnk.chn lint dlovA Uifte." :l\hitllni A rawlhul room Hlgipne 0 t
letw)een Jack ,tonv. tlt amril New York, CooahHees between aokllonvtlle anud W4tt1tnt0on. lI
Ctrs .ltweten <'>nohilll iitl Vw shrokKtO ulsty e . .....a. . . ......I.

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pa Jewet$ of Ocals is in the

a Kir baom suit at J. Ma-

alther Weiht clothing a specialtyt

u tanton of Palatka was in the

'o after see Moyers about those eon-
t 5iaiWright away .quiek.
SL|iWft N. B. Mott of Micanopy was a
itor tothis eity yesterday.
'i1SBsiuss Bros'. clothing, best in the
|j' *ld:, at L. J. Burkhim's. That's' all.
Miss Bessie Colson departed yester-
_,,ay for:Bart6w, where she will visit
Sriends for a few days.
F 0r yellow pine shingles l's and 2's,
Rompt shipment, write T. 3J. Cone,
aiigh, Fla. su-wd-w
Little Miss Blanche Warren of Jas.
per is visiting relatives in North
Gainesville for a few days.
Mrs. 0. 8, Worloy, for many years a
resident of this county, but now of
ltser, is spending a few days with
frjend(s at. Hague.
Old earpets, mattings, rugs, eto,,
solaned; good an new. Will remain
Only a short 'time. Leave orders at
arter l$ros. store. Phone 27-5.
Justice J. A. J. Mtrickland, "the'
Jolly Old Judge" from Hague,. was
among the visitors to the county capi*
tl yesterday. H-e was in his usual
iood humor
*No better' repairing department
ca Q be found in the South than
ousi. We0 an 4 make that watoh
kee. "korrectc" time and guarantee the
work . O, Smith.
L. Ot'telsosserof O0ala, one of the
most widely known traveling men In.
th: State, was n- the city for a few
Iesovr yesterdaya v[Igoome on a brief
visit to his son, 12athan, who is attend-
A rlnl:as it Florlds Seminary.
.~s ,-iF. Hampton has returned from
hulmaiville, Ga., wher.he hand family
5: wedt to attend the funeral of Mlss
Oarte.Whidden Friday. Mrs. Hamp-
ttn remained with her parents, Mr.
tafi Mrs. EB. B. Whidden, .where she
.witll probably sojourn for several days.'
Rev. W. J. Oarpeoter departed yes-
Srday for White Springs, where he will
4o0ay deliver the commnetnement ser-
botn of' tihe White Springs High School.
ae is one of the most eloquent speak-
rs in the Stae, and. tihe good people
,ot White Springs appreciated this fact

J. T.,rith of Mica npy waa tradiag
ti the cifty yesseray. -
When in need of yellow oshingles
write to T. 3Oon(e-aleigh, Fla.
* We sell Monday 25-centt stri ngties
for 10o. L. J., Butrkhim.. That's a l.
I < r .e"e the new line oQ
ILAU I low quarters. J.,Als-
Miss Eva Young, "a charming
young lady of Tampa, is visiting Mrs.
H. A. Ford.
Mr. abd Mrs. Walter Hawkins of,
Jacksonville are visiting Mr. and Mra.
A. R. Harper,.
E. BE. Cannon departed yesterday for'
White Springs, where he will rocuper-
ate for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hill have re-
turned from a brief but pleasant so-
joiurn at White Springs.
We sell thb Uncle Sat Colt Skin
shoe in Oxford and Blucher, $3.50,
guaranteed. Marcus Endel..
Remember Mason for ice cream and
cold drinks of all kinds., Telephone
171. Free delivery, and prompt.
Little Miss Elizabeth Taylor depart-
ed yesterday for Bartow, where she
wiH visit the family of J. W. Boyd for
a few days.

L. C. Smith always carries the latest
in hand bags, card cases and all other
novelties for the ladies. When in need
consult him.
E, M. Morris of High Springs was in
the city for a few hours yesterday. He
was en route to Palatka, where he will
visit friends for a few days.
F. S. Oateen of the firm of Hargraves
& Oeteen, naval stores operators of
Micanopy, was among the prominent
fulks who visited the county capital
The next meeting of the Twentieth
Century Club will take place at the
residence of MrA. 0. A. Colklough
Monday, May 20th, at 4 o'clock in the
B. R. Colson, the clever young man-
ager of the Alachua County Abstract
Company, departed yesterday for Bar-
tow and other points in South Florida
on professional business.
Mrs. W. C. West, a prominent lady
of Jacksonville, is in the city. She has
a son attending East Florida Seminary,
and came for the purpose of attending
commencement exercises.
Single young men will finld the
eoniest furnished rooms at the
Brown House Annex, 75 cents per
week to $2. Also several rooms for
light housekeeping. Apply Brown
l'ouse office.
J. N. Craig, W. A. Snowden and Law-
retnce CasOsels of Micanopy,Jas. Howard
of Bellamy, Joseph Shaw of Alachua,
P. B. H. Dudley of Jonesvtlle and T. 0.
Hlavia of Flemington were among the
prominent Alaeoh( cotuntyans who vis-
Ited this city yesterday.
J. M. Endel returned yesterday from
New Orleans, where he ha been in aAt-
tendance at the Confederate Veterans'

Whew thlo invitation was extended. Reunion. He states that it was one of
Heat y Futch ltendered to Coni- the grandest spectacles he has ever
Imandant Hughes, Assistnt Oommand- had the pleasure of witnessing, and
at. L no itntad the (1dets ottlctirs of that he has no regrets to make 'at the
Sait Florida Seminary a 0 ou'look dlin- expenditure of time and money.
ni i at tihe elegant homws of his parents, 1Rev, 3. B, Holley returned yesterday
tast Court street, Friday evenhig. The from Worthington Springs, where he
.. meumu consisted of all the delicacies of ha| beee recuperating for the past few
the season, and the' guests ?tjoed the. days He is suffering from a stubborn
function iumnetioly. ttack of rheumatism, and went to that
'RHon. Rob. W. Davis, whlo caie to resort for the virtue of the water. The
iaoinaville for the purpose of deliver- friends of Mr. Holley will be gratified
jing the diplornas aittl medals ai the to learn that he has slightly improved.
SraduattUsg exercises of the Gainesvllle Joseph Pominville of Stillwater
:Graded aind High School Friday even- Mum., after having spent over $2,00C
lug, retiturmed to his home in Pahlatka with the best 'doctors for stomach
early yo'aterdmy njornting. He ex- trouble, without relief, was advised by
H 'v "1iht ~ hil druggist, Mr. Alex. Richard, to
pressed his regrets att his inability to. a b of Ohamberain. Stomach
Semain iiong his iaineaville fritndst and Lve ablets. He dld so, andis a
longer, buit stated .that his s rviees well mmn today, If troubled with in-
di' aos. .. .. ttt in l It nOt ut h

SLS) Sh0Ats for t8.
" M'i" monday only. J. Ma-
M falsde Uuffmnian of MZelrose .is
attWding om"wencement exercises of

t .all Mowiay. 'May- 1"and see my
line of straw hats for $l-0.'. ThaTs all.
L. JiBurkhli, .
Mrs[. elvina Ooleon of Trenton is
visiting the family of P. M, -olson,
Alach a avenue.
Mave you iten those iew light weight
handsome flannel suits? If not, come
to Marcus Endel's.

After a brief business trip to' this
city, J"J M, Woodard of the ArmOur
Car tineL, wlho makes his headquar-
ters at O.la.,, departed yesterday for
When.-you want a pleasant physic
try Ohamb.rlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They are easy to take and
pleasant in, effect. For sale by all
druggists and medicine dealers,
When it's crockery or chilnaware you
want consult headquarters. We buy
in the largest quantities and can there-
fore afford to sell you at the proper
prices for the best goods. L. 0. Smith.,
Stephen Oullen of Hague, one of
the successful young farmers of that
section, was trading in the city yester-
day. Mr. Oullen states that the re-
cent rainsin his section proved a great
benefit to the crops, which are now
growing prolifically. Both the staple
and truck erops are looking fine, and
the planters are feeling greatly encour-
aged over the situation.
O. Livingston, formerly of this city,
but now an employee of the A. C. L. be-
tween Palatka and Fitzgerald, arrived
in the city fora short visit yesterday.
Tax Collector Eillis desires to re-
mind taxpayers that he proposes to
turn the list ever to the printer to-
morrow afternoon, and Monday fore-
noon will positively be the last oppor-
tunity to pay taxes. No names will be
stricken offthe list after it goes into
the hands of the printer.
After Beneficial Term at E. F. S. Will
Spend Vacation at Home.
East Florida Seminary, both college
and normal departments, having clos-
ed for the term, a great many of the
young gentlemen and lady students
departed for th eir various homes
throughout the State yesterday.
Others are expedtedto make their eo*
parture today, Wf*l a few will remtilta
until the tlhalt oiltng of comMnenee
ment exercise* now I.n progreMss
Both branches d' 'the school hav
prospered the pastterm as they have
never prospered b6tore. The attend-
ance in both branches has been larger,
the studies more extended and the
work more successful throughout, and
Prof. Gullliams and his able faculty
are to congratulated.
Ohapple Wil Not Come.
Baseball enthusiasts who have been
banking on Chapple for the coming,
season for the Oak. alls will probably
be disappointed at' the information
that this young man hasrefused to ilgn,
with the Gainesvilleteam. He has been
playing with Live Oak during the presi-
ent season, but told Manager MAr.*
trur that his contra i.lk with that teat:
would expire on Juis-i i, when he pro-
posed conling to the Oik Halls. Man*
ager MoArthut, however, received aw
telehrain yesterday .laMtiag that lit
would be lmpossibl ftor him to 'ome i
and it is generally supposed that bhe
will play with Li*O*ak for thl re-.
mnainder of the season.
Not a Sick Day since.
"I was. taken very stok with kidney
trouble. I tried all sorts of medieines,
none of which relieved me, One day I'

wee ill- rgent demaldlin it hllo ,,, .. t 1&A" ,,U!91
ErG. nm urge o f u .t. .a lhk o appetite or costip atlon give saw an ad. of your leatrie Bittertand
F. G,. Smpson of itmoadnut0 was i these tablets a trial, aud you are determined to try tht;i. After taking a
Sthe oity yetorday. Mr, Satpson has certain to be nore- thn plead t f ses1 felt a hd, d s*on
iA, the vicinity o Boardman oew of theI the result. 'For sale at. 2,t a box thrafter was eutloly OUrdan4 ha
uost o gt grove. s ii the country I by al druggists.anl udicd'zt ddN al n ot n a sick daye414.ieighbbor0
omprlshing ninety aore, It was froson Prof.t J. Kendall, formerly of La. ha v been am
doWu n the fatal freeot of 1804, but Orsos, but who for the past oighteean aNud GiralDiver a nei1 htroubes
w$ th 6hat energy which is to be corn-1 month has been the successful princi- F. Br ii oFf r8ebitf ha.i Wit .
iaitded he *stuck to his property and pal of the public school at Fort White, Ottly 50m. atall drWl .i*"
ulailed ibaek to profit. lie shipped is spending a shabort thme in the city. Card!of; '
ron .the grove last year 2,b(K0 boxes, The regular term of the public school The Waans (*ii # tl ?ritty
atd texpeots to get next season o, at Fort White having expire d, ProtL T huh wishe to S ,y thik-
bse iKendall is low teaelhing a sueeetil 14 took
; ;iU. mlloary and sonBrt ofvn- norml cla, He stiats that th h th ekpa of* o.t,
O t whohave bee" spending Ie past. iular trnm of th. schooll was one of tthe a ndi f
f*W a at Worthington Spring, ost ueofu nd betneficial itt the
d h gh t ity teay en history of Fort Whte, lJ8 pupils hav. instance in egttali p @
Iidhrouigh the Iy terday on i ]tit tory
t thome. Mr 1bileary has boen Ing bei enrolled, with an average at d presenting the.yt) y
r fti from rleumatistu, aud says t.endattne of eot4iderably 'more thn Witt Pra1ticii ltl ti -...Wl
thewater greatly relieved him. 15. Prof. Kendall taught. school in Manager MeArthl""ithe a Za
alalre.i this famoustt "'ou4ntait of Alashua county for.several years, and stated last night bi tae platb
rIbe arruprliorlto.HotStpria I regarded as a mo0t competent in- will arrive in this 'by "a""*ow
,0imtins, a*S h' S reeived mor trutor. t morning, and %ltheWt ~t
0' Ke week at .Worthington A. the park t t..
^ t ^ months spent at the great f Jtl~oUBMk. Meinhe4^# SIS il



xercisea of High Ghacter Ar-
.rpnd forl Com eocement.


Program Coinprises Drills. Readings,
Orations and Other Things of a Lit-
erary Nature.-Address by Col. Himes,
a Prominent, Man of Tampa.

Thecoming week will be a gay one
with Gainesville society, iade so by
the commencement exercises 'of East
Florida Seminary, which will begin in
earnest tomorrow. The Seminary
closes the most successful term in its
history, and the exercises it is-antici-
pated Wi'll be in keeping with the sue-
cess of the school. Prof. Guilliams,
the superintendent, with his faculty,
has worked hard for the success of the
college. which is fully deserved and is


New Lot Fanicy W, iit

itew Shirt Waist Linens
Also *
Embroidered Frronts
for Wais8'ts :
Novelty Linens
For Sklrt aid Jacket t-8ts
Warranted Fast Co ,lie.
Linen Waist Patterns,

Novelties in Neckwear,
Special Values in 5.end
lOc Goods

appreciated by the patrons of the in-
etitution and the citizens of Gaines-
v l]le.
The commencement sermon will be MRS. W O
preached at 10:80 o'clock this morn-.
ing at Kavanaugh Methodist church,
by Rev. Dr. Mohk of Atlanta. one of .
the ablest divinesdivines in the South. The
sermon is sure to prov3 of great benefit '
and interest, and the church will no
doubt be taxed to its utmost capacity.
Tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock
there will be an interesting drill con-
test between Companies A and B of
the young lady cadets. These young U DE TA K IN
ladies are thoroughly proficient in tac- "
tics and maneuvers, and this feature
of the program promises to be one of Full line of FINE -
the most interesting of the entire se- K ET S, CO FF B,
ries. In the evening, beginning at ROB E, etc. All f r-
half-past 8, there will e Sophomore
orations in the Seminary hall, to which al supplies up to
the public is invited. Hearse and cari
Tuesday afternoon at 5 o'clock there Hearse ad f
will be a special drill, to be followed at furnished when desire",
8:80 in the evening by Junior orations. ;|k
The graduating exercises of the com-
mercial class, which will begin at 10 Personal attention to
o'clock Wednesday, will occupy the
first part of the day, after which those all business in this line.
present will have the pleasure of lis- Orders by mail or tele- r
toning to an able address mby Col. W.
. Himtes ofTampa. At 5 o'clook in graph promptly attend-
the afternoon of the sanm day there ed to.
will bea dile o ntet t,ad at 1:45 n
te eventgn the, grduattng exercises ---- -
ft the LSnlor class will ceourf which "_ '
opoiludes the comti ensee fort this
4 V admission wmillbe hanged to any Iv /
ofthe exeisea and a cordial inmylta-
ticns il teade tothe publi.
cures WhoeuDoctorsa Fail. IUNDERT A K I N r ..O
'1 Mr.Fanik 0hiasso., Patterson.a, La .. ,, '
writer eJ nr th, 1Q1;"I had malaria S NOMAS
treatment by'doctorej but as soon as I Students A iat th Fat o
stopedtakg their medeinethe fever udents ppreciate the Facutyof
would rturn- I uso a sainlle bAttle This Department of E. F. S.
of 4ierbine, foudit helped Ie. Then At a meeting of the normal students
okght wo ot .tles, whch compuetly of East Florida Seminary Frida$, the
red s t. I fel4 grateful to you for
futbiahingJ atth a sple did medicine, following complimentary resolution
and can honeslyreoommend it to was passed:
.th aerinrom malaria, as it will Whereas, The faculty of the East
surely cue them." Herbn8 L00 bot- Florida Seminary has labored earnest.
t Johnson Bros. ly and unselflshly for the good of the
Arihir ipprel' t~ecture*. normal class during the term --'ust
T hose wh apre good ended; be it '
t i o Intesting ct should resolved. That we, the students ot .
not fall to ear 'Master tpprellr the the normal department, representing
: ioy 1et1r, who ill'b adr the epo- a number of the counties of the State,
ple f this tioi on "The l yke desire to express oir apprelation of
ind Northwest~rn er;ry" ati th^ e their unceasing efforts to better fit us
opera house Wedneday e.vebIng, for our profession, and that 'we ex.
.Ju .' sr 'o tend to. each and every member of the'
Master Arthuri nothing aort of a faculty our sincere thanks. Be It-
imarvel la the matter of elocAtion. He further
isto a Florida boy- Alahs.a County Resolved, That a copy of these
boy- and has taken advatge of his resolutions be sent to the faculty, and
visit to thatfar-ofNorthern land toi a copy be furnished to eadh of
compile an inatereting address upon the papers of this city for publication."
the subjet, whih all who have heard' Ai3.ts Moos,
pronounoe a most wonderful, inatruet.- '1Y HAwx3s,
le ailnd enterta6ttnig talk. The leeo- A. OaANm.,
Sfor the beit ofCommittee
the akl0lbaseall team, and.It Committee.
hot'' that bot the young. lecturer SIMONSON'S SALVE DID IT.
d te 1Wil-be encoured by. a
g a _t_"a _es.. .__ .. Efrfected a Permanent Cure When
r om at O- Scratc h Twelve DoctorsHad Failed.
S i o the w rt of a B. Vrlin Lodon, s., undtr
boil DnAsWith.,undtr
o",soe DeWitte. ch date of Aprl t21. 10~, writes:
1v is altek cure. 'In buylng. Simoteon, Gainesville, Fla,-:
s teits. tsl i"e the salve that "DearSir: I write to express my
heas #tihoLI leaving a sear A sp.. deep gratitude to you, for your won-
siMllsg f lga derfulsalve has cured sore on my
i: ;' -- : :- ly or fiveyears. TwelvedowotMhave
Arts.ti..1n R-.A:M+ beAn working on the' foot during' this
t'I r will be a meeting of Gaines- time, but failed te effect a ure. Yoor
.le Ohapter No. *R A. A.M., in the save did the work in a little while. I
aosio' halll Mmhoday evening at 8 took from the foot ten pieces of bone,
o'clock. There will to wotk in P. M. after the glass had been extracted,
^ Z Nr. 4 s' H entirely red and able to walk wit,-
SR. R. Titiowa, Lr P. out the aid of ertehes. h s hal l h J-

.. . way S r, ways feel the greater, gfratitudel t :.,





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