Gainesville daily sun

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Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Running title:
Daily sun
Alternate Title:
Gainesville daily sun
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
H.H. McCreary
Publication Date:
Daily (except Saturday)[-1938]
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1903>-]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097


The Daily Sun was based in Gainesville, the seat of Alachua County and shipping center for Florida’s citrus region. The newspaper was formed through the merger in 1890 of the Gainesville Advocate and the Daily Morning Record. The Daily Sun described itself as a “democratic” paper. It was published daily, except Mondays, by Henry Hamilton McCreary, the scion of a prominent southern family. After completing a degree at the University of Kentucky, McCreary established himself as a newspaper editor at the age of twenty. McCreary also rose to prominence as a politician in the Democratic Party, first as a city councilman and later as a member of the state assembly, to which he was re-elected several times. McCreary considered himself a staunch patriot and fervently supported industrialization as a means of strengthening Florida and the nation. McCreary’s wife, born Irene Richardson, was well connected in the civic networks of Gainesville and northeast Florida and served both as vice-president of the Florida Federation of Women’s Clubs and president of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The Daily Sun was continued, in 1903, by the Gainesville Daily Sun which briefly carried the title of the Gainesville Sun.
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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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Related Items

Related Item:
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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STIUE DAILY S : AAY 11 1895.

QAILV :'"*-** ADDITITONAL LocAl- Brs Iron Bimers yox need.

-f-h- .o.o. and' an in w m e E. E-Taorf e... -iet the

. -Sbe pae.d-- accepted the position. h as : c ftrot th e
He wa erw el(e x er' 1 r Firust aLiorpank of t city. Ar. \
IL IL WCO AX a C of Xew YoI'k on the cifiaens To tre- \Talor ah bank' nai t a prhe u
POUV t1Ckut bOMY H.V tYo
Ih-Sdt oa-a -bf- "a theClm oEver ythiga ws vresea ed to have ase er !o de-to -
aee, a yar, six bee made clear for a ei y conduct sn o the I th
e sa te mouths~erentslorone of municipal aliairs in behalf of the inm duties o th position ith sceurac
~- t Ipani- advae-et ereslts ofathe-,,le Wae y the land nsich a way as to have madt a hs
:_~ atsea in oien cotmna maPents ,t restofl .of eoled. Whaet wa tet friends for the bank a ing the bu.i a t
Slaet me tti e pon in pestigation th e t .
es-" In _Seei lan one wdras discovered that the Havemeyer --.- n "h es + s
emsawntf areverinertom. ad-ministration was the most corrupt A decision in the Mrs. Care r F* w a
y tert disptlanday ade m mntaine in the experience of the Empire City, Brooke reseration case has been mad di t i! -- t
Gear- O laee atea and a greater sensationd would have by the commissioner eof the gener the mother of Vour children--
AUj advaU~ng rjBP~LumF irtea

r1earune. or adve t un resulted toha that caused by the land office and has beei received you promised tolove and cherish
Strwspuatnntot scodrelim o Teedhadit not theUnit States lad oce in t her, but are ou taking proper
r i ats wlberequirt h to PdaY for ad- been for the fact that Mr. Haveeyer ita The decision is in Mrs. Care care of her Health?

A n '- o" "died at the expiration of his term o"f favor and gives her urd.isputed aShe is probably not so strong
- -:, _ .aand Gen- pt acts were buried in oblivion, of dla. The commioer sa l
_. ay ert othel i about thee same time to reform its u plaintiffs are diintereste pties a wk an ag
:_ o:++ oae+*+v se

idiicipal government which was ui- have no-right to appeal. Mrs. CvO
man otr e1.raddxe corrupt. A committee of seventy mons of thifo eit

fun.. _Iron e rs
: _- M aa -a. s uoed.e--

T v m -. jeo mot-i ho wereoarded eX0rthytcitiernsoof! eer tenernlolmeh ea willmake her well and strong.
a eo o -ala'ii h''id n-ha, t-,r '.ri'4
- -. Chicago were selected by the citizens -i-mcr -:. -- c.-ni It purifies and enriches the
iniser rtthn in-asee wsled smer to evt

Muto has n rea to name candidates formnicipal ofi- f-a Te D n p blood and beautifies the corn-
.... veiva l ... ... e -. e 'to

from Haaii He lacked discretion cers upon a citizens' ticket. They appar on rich itroUs +.:n ribbot.s plexion. It permanently cures
anare diplomatic secrets to ne s- discharged that duty. The best men The short fulsoule pe, sr, Constipation, Neuralgia and
--papers... :_" _ie in Chicago were placed upon the ticket dcsno re more:- 1 inc- -, Malaria

RUZyinlI 1 ili U 1l line of 0Z rial Suppli es kept on band.
aie -ille F-lri All orders promptly attended
Gaiaesvle, Florida. 2-&.-daw ROBT. McCLTELLAN.

'TAFT & JOHNSTOyNE, Setsmuad Dear FI&ram
Real Estate Agents. e WEST MNAL STREET. ,
R Keal. Estate Agents- IThe Freshest and largest mriety of seedh
Opposite Brown House, Gaiinesville, Fla Uin tbe city. Orders ly mail promptly filed
SFarm lands,, orange rroveseity prop- BENI AIM F -IAMPTON
1 err, pm-ho-.hate and timber land.. BENJAMIN F-. HAM PTON,
er ......... n J Successor to Lynch & Hlampton,
1 SMITH & JACKSON Land an ining Attorneys, G es-
-o---No.--. -,ville. Fl&. LandOMkeebuMsinesspromps.
o .+ lv attended to. All kinds of Govera.
Chicago Beei ae d Mutton, tMlent land series for sale.
L' sla? a Poutry and Eg d .gs. '_ -
SLaft ard a specialty. Meats delivered free PROFESSIONAL CARS.
-of charge. _--
l- inds- Sing Machis, GAINESVILLE
i Also MachineNeedles. B" -s
SMachtbeS sold on easy terms. Office at L. -L.TIST.
A Jerna on eas 's--es. GAIN ESVILLE, FLORIl)DA
Order fo-ur lo -t & ---T""E Office over Twomey & Hydes store.
S Fish From | -TAKE B. A. THiLA-HER,
SpMon k Office on Mechanic St., between East &Mai
Fresh ih and ot-- FOR siness.
tIer- rs-i'et daily. t1i T. C I HAS L.FILLDES,
++ orders de- 10 CENTS A WEEK.
W Thomas Blues.}.
proprietully and promptly attended to. ni-Ut
Het awd cold Baths.
S a Prescriptions care- Your Shipments of
f,-,.~- I-

In o of the sweat-ops in e --men with ta scharachstes, whose nd a very I- i borate out of the system.
York city women work from m. records were without a blemish. The -h f pa d cio d riobn Bron's ron Bitters is plest to tae. b, "t J
to iiiht $I50 rwee h citzens' ticket was elected by over c with sometimes addii and it willnot stam the- eeth n c'ue DEAER -
" o ib jr -1 0 -per week.- Whi. f"owe s.costipato- See the C ross ed j,_ li-s ... i VUI-- I
slavery of the da ia 10,0 majority. What followed? In- -rts f p iea sr r, te l INtil NiaCN E ER.0 Cum I CR-t
percent worse than ante-bluhm ne-1o stead of reform additional corruption a s if P f tr. Leai teus a abot CC fi
plaver c twoet- n .. .. but am 117.-Ypli, litt-er free for 2c. stamp. -AfP
slaverr--TimesUnon. was heaped upon the taxpayers of Chi- no trimmig being us3.4d upon t.. )ow C Uc. Co., z.o a Officeand Laoratorv. a E t. P.O. 3
- o- co. The whole administration was- s eeves, on the-contrary, e exces c.
-ake the 'nemies that any well rotten from its ghest official down elaborated, quaint ideas in their dqi- Oai nesvie. - Fla.EASTSnE AR
Tae-ted newspaper makes an we to the lowest. The treasurer, who had ration and adjustment being borri I I Cs I1t -
-eo ra -rfbas in la~ d ^r" uiiu~t ^ ^ ^ o ^ ^ "0 1^1ake0 in the I- I .--,
f usin d t in t reiy been known as Honest Da-e different periods. -gew Yor ONDENSME C E BA
Gar, o u and st. themin" : O.< proved to, be a defaulter in the -- --4-- C 0.D T E CE N E _I] O
d balanlceof theo esum of a half million dollar. ODS AND ENDS. Wholesale and Bet
wilsa edi be proud UacThea tery ln ae Ule wS himself prints- 1,0009 I EFFE~ ~,RI Stoves, Tin ware, Paint
t im-rmmies hehaasm pI editor oughi;, dt.6 the beef that the reccnt boofa year. : -a ....... __n,^101^51 T nware, booksts
r- --ipal reform movement in New The hail porter of a London club i-n- l i re,............... ... T
T-ee are some men who credit York. which as -much or more than ofee- to having gained $7,500 a 0ye in ..e -ooS, arbed
r 1 ---------- -----A ;); DDW
b--yi l n a- ny oeeteeher causeul defeated the demoin-1 tips for some T a ie ..e "o i w e

S and a calamity tion than could jstly be charged to p- p. .. ......9:.9 p Plumbing
io. osuch men say if An acre of lady at the comer of Li. at t"h late I::::..Em Sid Squr -
...................................... deSquare
.h ^t-tbeplewee laugh- _That-voe-of reform who can [ y and street, i New York, -ir,, .---- ---:. p. __.m_ _________-
S - devise ways and means to purify their worth. g the al a i A-ve7 To -ville ---------------l m
ho- ". .. -dmoraio r h.- e ful a Breaks Out i+ -n- ote t .................. am .. ,
. e c o wl leed te. dis as ter a ,,,. nv+oodU's ,.l. cas e ms - "- -
-e aG t says;.will beentitledto-... o" 1 1.- -" i Sv --------------- a-M
S........I. .......... mo p pis Cincinnati- X .l ....................
_.. ewe have learned c d neral American eo.le.t I u -................. am: .
a et T r ot t e- -st e' e- w We donotbelieve that rfeto Montne.ry and Cincinnati; also Pull- l
,ary and that Johnn Wilkes Booth is W. do -n bi that- a p ft P. ,- u-l n ,n_ tmaense r Jerto J-.Imkn-sleeper warerol- to Ne"v lark. arr-v- I.

--+ij -a "verno- r th onorable adm mstte ration of tre mu- SfroeulaBreaks Out ie Tamma6ny-p. An. Wcashingteon, 11:10-p. i.; at wthe
e- he tk .e .r-a I -- h - ........... I .._..a r t l 2 _m.L -.
7u have yet been located. Eko f o it inho epl cay in the UNni States, .. sserotoN 1oi New Yor
The im es-Uiona Taelaassoeefopl greater smoal, where corrbptiom does oArupt 0OI~lde on eofb r orane La .smAVIor 1 L-
- 14- ws Duowon ..o toe-to lesort e m . -o. .-ok o. o.l. 9r Pm.
wwait tan.mhs oP the perie en- 'aai-olh 'ppoal .e ttb sae -" -,-- .- as-- - I------------------- -- lf a 1
te elMr. ts eH rectieation of exitng wrogs could nMcott.tI I nnia olithrft 1. I, .
ioM o- ^ ,inrvl beI boht aet ouby the drawing of a-. dnryphyslmn o H L ONlT EEtESl n, nt JATIK S
-e mib e o-prtel esus e .. . . go g -_ metetly S HBOtn d. f ;.. Daily- E. -nn.

ta- e, a a.f-p-o-t- t i _=d f -i to h -v l xxcities. -.-a-k...." so ni betterin- e i my ta IJB D -r K tW SS l a -.m
Ads- lt6S tho e- s _.s-. -a------------ --. m ..
rai- A_ gooo mt. .et.embe ..ill te mr -e .ent alry s uthe pa te a re I t e
- o ai oin ased oleai vide thebetter wfll bey r h protect t onf- s'.iIe r!Lv. Int er ae en---:.---. ;::o am' :

T. .eore dh inde rcd er r s t AelYSin i -otwoe d bl lllkia-l e n"- :se thrinpIm + iOi -
a. t. e exeri o_ the. r_. hort_ a .. e-d on ths a I J acko Pull -- o- i - .
aythe oat the th iinterti oa the p.iopl ----'"oo .- e ore n.- - [o_. . --
. U.. ._ h ll t .. -l .. he m nf. dttea. m iIn Ruing t4i.. -t ....r n. m -a.-.. e m -. ; pRi mo

3 have or.g b ee oo "lo tV bn.. .... e- r aom A i ,fm aaa t Ina i .
-- -"e tmhey o w h. ... i-th" UnNteth S i e% Ig
- r r y,_ w owil l beco-- e o r rp 1 mM a toa coorupbion r Lv Orangee Lake .: ots -n 0:t
-- in asect emies of plants. of havinP diee--d th-t the ert-t-on-- -----k--IH'-IIp> rll.. ...... -.if+.5 ---:=---pm --
- h" billlw i' wa a e to layor unless cofone by opoitiongAll I "sm ,"rEll d1Ar elrSah .- --. pm ...p l-
awit. -- e- of the tae. ho ti-. ot alrt tst with ll aebpowear w otld.h id Hooda lBpi rtl l < | .n in .. ._ -- N E
_.: p ..y. __-. '_ !rn dfact t bi n ter ets o is btie p o kMr P to tht st t eoften 1i A 'J ; ..Ll ,
dema nd thatsith .y. . s u be wat e. -mendme B Lv _-kn l I .er s ...d 1.: tl." D iy 0 E S i--
T m mbersot house will nt -- .I -..yo prf ty a i Lf. ... ;. .. Pr ovam lwt-tai bad ,.

b !:e a i a fals -o h o XR. j'C ,,A.Y ..,--L-(-).,' m in bstte- ---tttLede- a :,:,,,, II I I /!1IWaa
-"# -' -'- "- -i a-e -=; ".++ t- -UoUU l o m
.-. ra i lm Mr.o. A geootd Ois Tor. bciler isduutemredit AIwsome t t L T" "
- o e- greatly hingh" o:u tilboyii the romsomn- w ithua no e n Mlanov-iMr bor of- h ld- R1.Spm
".c-" t- -itl plow --uJdtHDOIN Tt. "2--5'"
i the e. .r-if-the of therdrt h is bnill o i efaiy o .r am p-' I Dl l- I ,I ntha

--"th "r - T Ior he commiing a c o.titumt enioa mamBn d mentda. V'gd4edy ti -0 J Iainv ii A/ + T.I.. .... -v 2:15 0 -" 1',,
Uoersae nTeyAtB the hasambered tom he Tes-laon UAR -ol all l l.MtGT ti th 7t of M- TI
a janmteembero the h 'uon"' Saide .; 4& o& entiryt & 1 -..-

X- ; ,r t '-"- Dt-O Palz lnt-, $400:$-7)Pi
OrI will make t 3.00 Suit forms ; a0.Osult for$,,15 50.
MOnr all o rders left within the next ten days -will

Uu I have small wages4 onlyv. NO PROFIT Whatever.
H3, 1rain i n O--Tg lo,

Haiy, Cm, BranUll C, Wet-Side of Square.
Crockery and T inware. IJAMES MV _iRAIAM. Pre-if Jdll aARRV- ..


-iW panes t- is joM in resmtiw t e meant of a railroad commission wit Hood: Pit m tt bet -njr
people wiR be ableto establishfor jdicil powers. Theamedment would -s-sn istt wonud prent
- themseles a commission with fall not give the commission contemplated --
-ower to en ace dere--Time- in the same bill for the creation of a We 'Meat- Everybody -
S 1 - ...... U ] ,railroad commission. additional pow- at o.r .e an t a gene an -en-
Um a ____: __" : -" Jers. except such as mav be grsuted by : t T' n tins It
t--- -the e nactment of laws directed thereto W enerTeder Me
.---" It !en 1.-t.-e frs., e
-M sa tLeax -Kr in future leislature& The Georgia "a juii nsor.t hA-L mr n i.s. sold
: mmison aw was unsatisfactory ms I.tton, i .t a rris i.
-It wi kbe Tammay'Ys turn to 'tirn antil reinforced by additional legisii- The Lamb Costs More
the raeaits t next vear, and from tion under the cotstitution-" -* r.% Ar *lk .S
-pre stapperances will have as many : s- o nirprTpntai-IAn .
t- tem art as the "*other felows"' w*, They Lotwe ('Ltom
-We offer One Hundred oars R -In. t t poi-
it isa mo6t humnilating truth .that z -ry. o- r t- io --al* l as weave re ted. Thei
in many instance reform movements r ford br Half Catarrh t Cur- r tr. u thlit yoU IkP
are btA sha anBd a frand. That re- not be ouaed by Hall's Catarrh Cumr te eto
.. ... -. .. -.-.... F. FJ. CaE'NE & Co., Props., Toledo. O. t I I I -
manic..u ,te.^ j..-Wed theundersigned. have known F. J DELL CO
-- g --et .- s.r J Chiey. for the last Ivea..a HRI d -
nO hest ? be le i.eve him perfectly honorable in all U trr and bvrtrue nd "n- e
= .aw e .. -. _iI ati.,. I-Q out o tion a "- bl jerry out ant obligation made A aac'.-9 rount. +Un e1t r l-h-ri
-I E otu ah a-t. A- - wit, *te where. t.
rumes l -aendrm. lbarx vU s aretr P--ow"who e druggists. dant. a ,oe ,wrn a nI. & .I '
-W the great ,eo f n &M- pmu: a 4 H. .L- tr a t i
and .- -- 1' "" 1r.& .. ...h 1 is- n ya . l ,
-einl -=afitot ircv u-on -he b---- a p --n--
neXo in -i,, -- t,, Pe -' I-
te s s t . s t n ....l .
w ill -r en l carr o'l i "" a? "-,-* . i-' Aae^ + .-
ti7he .-- "" f.
"P-- ei = r. -- -

N O will.--' Oe -- Pit Iia 'd
AhY-y ^ s- i s f .;y -.. i* -_. ...
f- I
..IL-. -_;, _-- '.-i 1t - -
~~h v bef h. - l2.t - +_,_ : .- -a. - -J.- :='.

mission -:-Mlechuts,
No. 1206 Carv street,
ood Price:, Prompt Returns
'Feb -4-daw3m,

, Oils, Farming
I Wire,

w and Tinning a Specialty,
Gainesville, Fin.




will give,


un Ice. o O Am IlVlL. I-ltUlA,
We bu- our a_.,+. a= The 'w.-
Only Chartered Bank in Alachua Cou
g-" tee- s ian-h ---- -
. r us one trial and ou -
Sare to call s eant ;
UpHigod- market price paid for (. A PITAL -
country p R P A - - . . P-50 M

, N + t_.7. r = +L:


Fire : Life -, and -- Accident Insura
.... -- rW. LS ide Scane d -- GaientI e, Fra.

Children Cr for Pitchers Castertl





AY 1895.

-Ba Thogt It Was oa Account| the
:i Lor" "

3E. and 3ms. Browusmithwere going
a weddn.. She was serene -in the e s mer u b
e~mseosness of a new and delightful II- .i
gW 4-net he had -been waiting, three "
:- ,artof an.hour and his temper -was
Smhla ru fifed a s her sleeves. A RECOrD
I do)t see wwhy a woman can never of twenty-five Veas of ttes s made
put m her gloves in her room," here- by Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Dis-
md as t-ecarage rolled away. covery. In all'b blood disorderat, this
H ife looked injured "ho redy has numbered its cures bv
h- mc 3 ah preferred to do soto-! the thousands. Years of uninter-
j~ tI fknow how you dislike to be ~e ogaoldtepo
4W but ..- -pt-- .an. est slong a go led the pro
--- w, tno"pi nha. Detours .tosell, ths remedyas no
"hm1i o i you'd he other blod purifier canbe sold.

W wding tD pt lm o ih e n. had -scln naetn i
._ tim to if ii ... They .have so much confidence in

:::..---as anwocth .gm and han- 1osn6,ad temstsubr
1 i^ m wti aao net- the "eDiscovery" that they guaran-
WOe AmOin plenty of .time, dear. i tqe it in all diseases that come from
Woir ja well enough to et rethat 1a torpid liver or impure blood. As
2 S ce late even to her on a blood-cleanser, flesh-builder, and
6a- -7,s+ strength restorer, nothing like the
"See-mstonmem e'spr.tty latein ban- "Discovery" is known to medical
imga wedding of herovuL" 1 science. Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Bil-
__ n^ giggled: (Oh, A-4-ionsnes and the most stubborn
-it be tmoalt-i t ieiinoy? I meIan Skin, Scalp, or Scrofulouis Affections
-Geo(g l entry's face ,en he i ckrl-y yield to its prifyimng ang
to endow her -wit his l cleanIsing properties.

i.---;/^ii-" ^- = fo*a *. ',P~--'- :-. --. ~--_-_"-* '- "--+-
y mea- to beep my eyese or every -ase of Catarrh which
S& ra time, A man does look a th cannot cure, the proprietors of
%^rhen he is lbeing married. You Dr. Sage's Ceatarrh Bemedy agree
pt i p eeactlyswhate Lanra is to to pay $500 in cash. You're cured
TO t ycaaest notice ist how dzef by its mild, soothinf, cleansing, and
~is~caadtellEdXFor I Wrlldirthhesli
I. me t

idm.- the me. di an properties or you're padhe

:_:.-+SB to .&-i for m &ewoM?, my -- II __ -- -- + I
^aaflB~rO foot~ mylorgnettei ^plIS ^B.O| UE
` AW wIob? lam as blind as a bYuDrSg'5 -Reedyagree-

8 iomjw yo_ wdid before you l S-dn-cshit-rec"rfed
getkf. Ya aever enplained of being yJBil~ l i^fJ
off fthiJj, Mru tno ticow i, that I am | *fg cl ea si gan
b elt-scunier' wth my owneyes^ JjjH^ ^^^ ^
han you a e.UKo lia- seewitouldt

K!u-^+^i-n,0 -m in-d h ael.-.-,. -_r^ Jo
..e the mwtmin: m-u IM oYBtOYAL PILLS
Jmd&---.i a r o u
rve- fmgata te n ma yirheg* Rie-h M
.:-Whethew heofbakt 3E9 EM53 1B^S
M2.a- XLi aBrrf proofs~i Fn-n 6f i R RAMf~ t Etai\ F-

Aaas~tna, I was So afi
-w -.e aWe .to -find it,
it might.jstasweU t
"5koefr&UhI could See! .
mke Alice green with em
ftwitqaUy dying. -or one,
Ch.-k goodrl itis

Slatewe.we so far backth

'~yJsa it ll eli?"
bad -t. the d ate?

a-l, bee mym mf-
asI w Lva,-he vel

Shaie-Ot right ~ ig E
1M 'thin bothn my gand yu'v
^e Mrs.wiOA MYi caugh

-.i .. .. e... r. e .
i Ftitn for YOer being
If tndtpi tidgsoff Wle Wlisli
6r- A mm c .-.- both Of
fipiMR crcked 8,1g3La4613% soI

-~"em- bo ot, and, yo( f'-t
thas t a e
-A m&-dt car=- had gowe fv te
'bebre rs.Brwnmith .caught
famfio teflhi woldJl him bha
nty uoagbtof him -acoTi

4fM- Bc :-Yen sir,^-*
_co PICBtett~v near being. ca
toes t 'day"-6id.lHe Widin
wOAatV' asked his frif
ow fic~wiyem told mmol'-wIw
i fetagzmpoem.
p I dcTM't Shwd I didnt h,

I T.e-Did yoagOdOfn to w
lft%an tofltea It oWadettltht

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[t Will BE Subm-itei tt i alfrt 0, o tbe ] Aa-- WXIn 4 'd i -: L ln
Se"iTte and theHouse. -1 l

The Hoe Concar-red In -e1 Sev T-he ,lWi-g-t Th-at Come- to So Many. -L :
ate Amendmcntut to the Sill dc-| -Women Explained-A Way ShowaL By
fwsod to Concur in Other*-G enor j Wkich It Can Be Avoided.
Mitchell Reviewi the State Tr*. No woman in America has given hasI I
TALLAHASSEE, May O.-Thihouse greater attention to the ailments aad for Infants and Children.

sufferings of women than Mary LOwe
Dickinson, the popular writer and
magazine writer- She has frequently
uttered words of warning and advice
to women, but never with so impress-
ive an effect as in a recent address,

HIRISTR ytars' o'b.ewtian. rf Casteri w itui tho trrB gr
,l -ras oi pe.sos,,perli t us to speak ofit witu-t i I. .
Ito i ftqmehtimAmtly t he B1est rI mumj IrlbakuA aMwC it

Today concurred in several pnate
amendments to the election bf and
I refused to concur in others. Wit ;w-
1 tion the senate will take Wg9
Those not concurred in it is Wn 11e
to say; but it is the general oI ion
that a conference committee will ave
to be appointed before the matt is
settled. The bill contains the Ai4ra-
hJian ballot system of voting inthe
presence of the public. Inspecto are
not allowed to show illiterate peions
how to vote.
This has been a gala day for TItla-
haszsee. the ,overnor reviewingrohe
state troops in the presence of 3!00
people. _
Tired. Weak, Nervoeu,
Means impure blood, and overwor. or
t-o .auch train on brain and biy.
The only way to cure is to feednae
nerves on pure blood. Thousand of
I le ple certify that the best blood -
rifior, the best nerve tonic and stren h
builder is Hood's Sarsaparilla. XWat
is has :done for others it will also61o
for you-Hood's Cures.
Nervouscess, loss of sleep, loss of ;-
petite and general debility all i is-
pear when Hood's Sarsaparilla is pw-
[shtently- taken, and strong nerve,
sweet sleep, strong body, sharp appi-
tite, and in a word, health and hapi-
ness follow the use of Hood's Sarsapi-
rilla. "
SThe strong point about Hood&' Sari
saparilla is that they are permanent
because they start from the solid
jfundation of purified, vitalized and
enriched blood.
Gen. -Diekinson sa-ys of the Cubar
rebellion.- _''ll tell you to read how
Sthe insurgents are fighting over there
for liberty and knowing that they are
under a severe yoke makes my blood
boil, and I don't know but that I will

or M he Air

sh aad ewela,

Ul&or Ia buIk
polea efca
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when she said: ,-WW-- -" w-- "----- --- --- '--
"Withbut health the beautiful wo- give them health.X It will save their Mes. IM it
man ceases to. be beautiful and eiuca-, -hich-i, .t a oly ante imwm
cation and training are of little avail -
if she has to pass her life- a helpless e*aw.s.. -_di
victim of sickness and weakness. eWe
do not-know half the truth about this, __"____. _______,_
for three-fourths of the sufferers do (1 ar a .
not like to telL For every hysterical .astriaa.....- i
woman who malies evcrvbov a'out Castoria prevenvuts rOn!!g Sour' Cur.
her informed of her ,ufferin "". .thereAM teria ire 2 aM a Wia Celan.
are a dozen who drag- their own trou-- .- --. "-
I bles duminbly and bravely into their Caor'a relieve Teething TroUble .
graves. Sickness is a blight that no,
woman should permit to come over CAs tora ..curesAna- 1--an ti t -er.
her if she can by any possibility cure I .a.1i. a the egects of info acM ga t
it or keep it awav. How to secure 1 ---- -- -'-"
health is indeed, one of the first prob- flastoriadoe notncMntann Mr plne, opium.or .ewram
lems for this generation of r ..woaicn. like se ___t. m
l'Give us health." i- the clv from all C s-toria si-e the f- -d, z-ea- -he e
the world of women. 'Give us a -sys- hR ealty and tA.-ra" sleep.
tern that will spare us the morbid -
Sbrooding of di,-content -the hvs-teriaia Castoia is put up in e-sxM etties ouly. It is not
tantrum, the nervous eoliapIse theI '- ,T nB to ym -ld _ o
look of gloom from the wells of onr I 01 a. -2 to sell you anything elex th
eves.'" -ut admi the trt is just an good" aad "Irmm e evry i
"Every woman must admit the. truth -AIt-I.
of these- words. They are spoken See that ym gao C-A-S-T O-R-A.
straight- from the heart. There are
thousands upon thousands of women 'The f.-aI .//
,who feelsitck at certain periods, tired I
out. and who suffer from weaknores ".
That doetors seem unable to relieve. .
a"nd the saddest part of it all is that -- ..
t~e voffi~shChildren Cry forr We Cai
-they might be happy. joyous, flush aIhilR U w orers
with health, and attractive to the{ "- "
Family and friends if they only knew
and acted upon the secret of happiness.
-Most wepen are healthy and attra<'- -
I tive because they preserve the organs --- - ..
I that make health. It is true. com- j. j 1I1'lll,.illl 7 1.
Sparativelv few" know how this is doneI - i K l .
.but have ascertiined it, and have re- II I lI I I Ifi -
R!eduas upon a true friend upon that A L." 1111 II I -I
V grandest, greatest and- most reliable 3-1 1 I 1I l3i
.aid to woman in her critical period.- | | I d L
{Warner's Safe Care. Every doctor B. a B 0 I
knows this truth, and -hundred. A. N -, -- S-
of the most prominent and reliable la- -- ^
I dies in America have proven its Value r .


1wl um-uis

,, "ft-, KzNb_--ibbTae N oover there and help them when ,in their own experience, anaare *n a ese, -n 4-a e le
amd I"-- c l only alive. but strong, healthy and
^~~~~~~~~~~~co weather comes.^^^ They say' I- am-^^~ ^ o SoaGnr ~t^u^^ ad.noeadfmex f
in o- n"* a_ byretmsr ftooold- there on a happy toay There are few women IDo a Geneaml Baking Bit-4ne-s. buy ant iell Foreign and Pomestie Ecs
~ lave.. 1.g -zaMm^. ./ too ld. ho me oer there on a who can afford to ignore these sugges- The accounts of Bank,. Bankers, Co rpatiors, Merchanana
,w ,- -1 ^, hors and 11 g~ive somebody~ tions, few who should fail to avail others received on favorable terms. Soec'i-lfaciuitesfor maki-g
PrA RKE "'- S .. 111 I some fun." The general seems to hae themselves of the valuable hints they Colltiuusu oall aec<--lle it mthe Umtied States.
o AIR -- -BAJLSAM retained that patriotic feeling so iman-ei contain. ___"".. __ I --DELERS L-- _-
iH MF m w-S- gm ifest with him -during the war. BacAien--r' .g ""a -i-dN lprri
all Marvelous^^o^^^S? *~ ----The best salve in _Vu" bili Full supply ri.latitg- ?ed f [wsal* ? direct from '-, I.iand. C.
be-.a Mm i a Ub & e us s i In 'upD-I
at -:. "' ". " L m tionsi. and positively cure& piles, or o .. .
,1"1 have nohesitation in recommend- pay required. It is guaranteedto give PAl FR IIT SEEDT fIA IA
ut Rhl? Sys e-'.mie iug _Dr. .-3g New Discovery, ;as the rfeet satisfaction or money refunded. vt!ll III- I ll_ Il I LL U UU I I U
orlM & wr lmsarv~elous ~te~2cents perIO Frsl
Ir BB^___ .__ ___-_ C__ _results were almost m.Ivnloe the P.t r1c'e s 9.C box. FWor sale. by Firm Offers ,Made by letter or Wire on Cott amle. or Lal FnraedU.
.... .Ca af my we While I w asPasr ..U alla- N CE SOLICITED.
-of the-Baptst-church at River June- CORRESpoNr-W-,(opin
W'Side _:-,-_ --:--...--- ja ^ .on she was brought down with pneu- i oop . .- -- ... .....,_
hside r l!:''--: '"+-:- ':- "" = :'--, -- oi-c. ing rippe. Terrible There is no danger from this diseae lk-iss - "
Mi paroxysm.sT -of coughing -would last wten Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is trtiiy jLS e LA
..[ N'::.'.,'.. ,1 :. l m b- ....l nterruptioa- and. it- mly given It lique the-.t h -" --- -- il
w- -.- -- ^ s -ee d as if- she could not survive qicus and aids its expectoration. I- I +-
-- ,m.- t+-rhem. .APck+cs-' f ,riend recommended Dr. i lessens the severity and frequency A D 5.3 .. +esnlte- 5 1
-The^ ,-, tb,+.seme w Discoerv: it was quick in paroxysms of coughing, and insure $3hl SO I "iiErf.
k and.highly satisf.torr in re- edy recover There is not the'
v\c'-. x.,....-... s." Trial bottles free at Dr. W. lit danger in- giving the remedy to e \l o O w 3ad 4 99.
I_ or 3i3,4I4,-" -- --' W allace's drug store. Regular si-zeI c-3renor babes, asit- contains no k." \ -- _AllfgrrS t.e. n, t-L r
4+ T i -| . .. -. -.. _'^ *"'- .rair nn.-. u hs i*,P r el I : tC+ J -,,- 1 and \t :i -- . L- .. ,) ir to substance -. For sale by I \ -\ Tt, usa, M,..
eam -at- _--. -,--. _- .- n .nt - .. .- i.d. .git_ and medicine dealers. i f I ^*. Tj bep r'i Jfe-q62i(M an ___
the1iC )ntHvet wa r
^S R Stetes liv I-VIP c^i- I& want every man and woman in taVUWe Ci- 1you ntH oSerOT f ^- ^ ?S&^SS -
I p eviaers in h sal the St. Louis Journal of Azricul- 1,
|"+.1 +0m;O'~ edatetifnterestedtnibeOpiurnand--, '--b-I ti Yo Do't a. to SOwear O! ru-{.++ .4 J ,- I ++,a H ,- -
e | -ge "- .-. habt -s to hl veone f m bookson thee tuinan editorial about No-To-Bac. 4 !! !, 84- SS. .-.r-S-
n & dr B. M. WOOLLEY. Atlanta, amous tobacco habit cure. "We __ U.. I .
25 Ga-. Boa and one will be sent yoY free. knn of many cases cured by No'-To-
*0loc ..s. .._i.s..--.* -- B one, a iprominent St. Louis archi- -
h& i lt B ei< xn ds o- t~ec- oked and chewed for twenty,
S ... + [ | Di-tressing Kidney and Bladder dte w b urd o that -
It ise V wo bxes credhim';
,,+._.IeS'1*- rle -el v_-d in six hours y u itn 1toabo the e sm llof a o akeshim '- _. i Ja,_
--. .. "N"" "- i-- -,ew Great South American Kidney sic o-To-Bac sold and guarnF- "r.. h W I OutI
-u- J-S_ This new remedy is a r lt v J S.,Bodiford. N.o no:
_. C:'- s _nXc^^^ I',urpri-e on account of its- exceedinG Yo o Chicago.n -- : 1 -i
c- u -w Thrk orwChicago.
pk r-omptnessin elieing pain in the! t --- -"
lid.~ ~ lddr.iney.. a'kandever pat So -rn a., t e
.. ^Jm ^ -^^^^ -w f in malo or fe konnville. Floi..ptmbe-r Co-. : ..'Y k.... .. ..
ero- f" t o the riary^ ~ f^ S^ ^ Ta> m ae ...-. _.. . .lAT-E-,, . .ie.
and pain in pfaig it almost immed- t t ... '. J WEE KS. lan 11v=-- -uu I I care+w "- thi is you re. e-d -. So d-y A 0 W .C .a-. ....... ....A h r...... .. ,,

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