Gainesville daily sun

Material Information

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 ( Place of Publication )


Additional Physical Form:
Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item. Users of this work have responsibility for determining copyright status prior to reusing, publishing or reproducing this item for purposes other than what is allowed by fair use or other copyright exemptions. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions may require permission of the copyright holder. The Smathers Libraries would like to learn more about this item and invite individuals or organizations to contact Digital Services ( with any additional information they can provide.
Resource Identifier:
32994415 ( OCLC )
002027051 ( AlephBibNum )
sn 95026977 ( LCCN )
sn 95026977 ( LCCN )

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


This item has the following downloads:

Full Text




Ma Notab"es-\ b/ranch Alreadrlrcovoay is dead a" at at first u t o
ectlon Forern Oven .Fatally In- N York Pole Have Another Mur

owd Surrounded Churh of Mr Ow n c o a h AJAR FOR VETERANS N k sY y tl-Tto 1 CO NEY ISLAND r I
nor. dEyl.u and Many P o, s n forman theCntrin Thal of been atre Th by orders of Coroan l B by

LrBu eind. b Odcna Huf th o 18Cbs ean o 1e oFiftyd Thoe Vsand p bHooed eth of irscna Terr Mny Aa. Arte.*
..ManyNotables branch In -lauris county, Is d , d -"--

SMay9-Thefuneriavl ofSyt tS vp ad thet Nob .w Orieady M 19.-rn pr- wv :srathe on vt. A ndao Nw YorkA My l.- l ted
Scty o e rat rdayn yr o th e t11as t l 2 et a de l wa e he a t nd to th4 i t h ilbaw tawfor t uhld o ner t ormna elb
IFUL FLaRAL OFFERN i heut of a ecul idt at TWICE THE NUMBER E XPECTED. lr of a building on FIyrst tt used PA NG WR .l .w
"Obhey, Ga., 2 miles below Catanla.rds,

od coming S attend de red ma ve of light haraOwn p was tin cr g*a &
'rowdEylau aSnd Maned Churihlr O if c was goAIn e wn er o I o f h hand l of the ConfVderate Vcdranf aSa bakde bsho. Aao mud h en tco Sunday rain .Retu rot lon o o.1ney
I"was which-awaS goingadown the road.was a rope, which waa attached to A
e dyaued and Many Bur- r Makei te i t being down ir xpect the Larges^tathering That g fixture. The body was in an Island I o oardr by d rw f
SUnable etoGain Entrane deham Ala.. Has Ever Attended a Rteunion of erect attitude, and the tee rested Toughs Who Create C tornntit
Building..Odella Huff, who Is 18 years of age, squarely upon thc" floor. "aHis neck

Siin a wd Pmnam, Ala., May 9.-Bur ofedeate Veter d thi n- aver ca ack a f ay ago of the train to blow the whti Wl
Mply. e-e f-ea aul ented lar was t private of down the track withall te project f or and trd to et old hough lto, but ut n d to run thwrA. A thd
tra funeral of Sybilother girls., She started across the Now Orlena.Mt gathering tht i res- several scratches onto do A bntndal Now Yk, May 9S.-Iwd ro .
Sthe opera singer, who died track and stumbled at an early hour the a indicate union o this city ation.d been drawn tightly over thou or up a train returning fr tton

^e'DSe Protdos" and M. Re Saturday. morning and abstracted ou indy c has manst i iry Wiol t to 0avar1 had made thrust0 aga1nat Cio* Whe the train reached the t
"ttYari one iturday from the of-."ar wasfromly the afet way. take e of It vtor, a add tl, at the bapkoof thmk Beach staton lt tiO o, rat
0, a-icute attack of the grip, The ar ran over the girl, b making within the next 24 hours. thyWa nd then brosht tbarou thunde yth ri n ur, tarwbte sult
tace 'today at the Cburch of herleg, and r. O w tec t- number of visitor In splendid h The --- Rydai and oundnm N at

te toe dhebudinu mungham police force wer put to work h quarter hvh beei proudly ottd. eyr the trtntI half of hi teen with thet
o ere d'ylau ahnd was largely tn on .a e at com to atterond the r lfavod the e war a woman's veIl of lightgrain I stop the trol car O ip told th et
SANby rprestatives of th e o hurl to the track while tryined o towederatowtel oV tbots. 10A000 v'- o or, and about the hi s a o broken aht other id lr
dtheatrIcal world,including to gave the gLr. Tche oar passed over in special trains were pouring i ani ering cf green, May 19to, 0ting. Thn crutu-lad and puims th beor thut
.Saut ans and Maseet, the him and tolen thoumed the track. None b midnight tehat fully body eranes o eplan orth way exetthro ut wias qudow, o t
Crit ; cl Mouif Aert, Mican Dls of'the hands n the cidr were 100,00 o them wilt l halvt ItU -'a to ndit of a national art, thoaert were hone y twoultd e cu el tl t th
S Me ane Gcuraner and M uene Mr. OwIb wa 5 years ol d thand rvLwd- totrn 6of thibl o r a in s aw re ld lau n t ht tavag revn .rrck th thact sttioptin and ot wore hemt.
kk': operatic artists.; Sir Heury leaves a family- running in sections, and in. Itliitio!i COlesman was enloyl,,y.I hy the owni i a bearlng. 4
Peterabur May 19.the British e Rba y the rear ombno a o gular trains are a ly of them Joeih Jbfferyon li de hIl be ipal T hen the llowran eft Oe i ll
fanye QofheA the A mercsn colony. noTICKET CFFICE LOOTE. ws actions e Oftwo and three. Fully man are the sho until twhco eotad man Nfive ao t had Jra t niwto the do1rI.
Sfdeepll offerings were so number ing 0ew ftO peote had arrived u0 to n o'lok o ow when the w first baker, l of an on' rho chw throwwlarin oust. and ll O
thAmthe casket wason the bured in Burgars Make Haul of $7,000 at Sir- today, antd it i thOt0ht t4a wt c ta r w ia rch owd tae re were many prohn lot blane tof order immoll Nui*pe* fa e d.
t Machuria4 and say that "consider- railroad eting ilrmln t admore will have arrived by tilmorrow go to the hospital. o CaU ttt ugt tlhe trleman' tfl tain

t the arendhp extenreds 40 years g them ,w h & .pedft de Coneedaatg other tMemris 8 w aI oollev atd Mr. JtfrbooD, 11 with It stru i then America ch eeded a riiend cte working oThe usual. mrng. The o social oftthe United becttme first hbaler.l attntn o the y, Thndutor ort the otorw ad

Americs might at least Inquire whether gti will be called to order In ho satumb~ib block e bee (he project was botabAoriti. hMim wh rt th olic funeral service wasnrendered. wa not P, ADRN HURLE T DEATHy 19 conederate Veterani said this famr tanderwaya than after. Fow d out to the traltitono th Whtn
oo Pn Anglchoir was augmented lars entered the private offer of Jack Ing that all the prospects w e for and tried to get hsa old polt who t > It wat ovlt ig and to ru orm the tt ahead
e Manrchestra incid several prominent W. Johnson, ticket ahe Are Manled the larget gathering that blind ever e was unable tohea wdo vry xcuntil ath leach l rno wa brec ld T

^ at One time to cause serious trou- o-.-.'Train *loo( Othe eon will tontal a* it K f their demand of tho actorij Al the tirli beon th Tbourserand the tenor, Ppasenger station, at an early hour attended reunion o the oevirgauz ti ati t cory erI t cal Te atformd thst wi near of dilire rlytion.
t wa at height andace M. Re- Sturday. morning and abstracted The city 'hag mode everyeff ort to Gavar hd mader thrtsed. t a theatre he the train reached the Dtd
wthtee bvisitone,rendereignEgo Sum.i $7,000 from the safe rso. taae ere of itno sitorit, and i t1s.a the4 with a ln o ch stationn C aptan Outlo, lor aiat
treat .*owds surrounded, the church Several railroad 0ectectlves an It odo so in splendid fashioll. 'he Rydor -aud Roundsmole 1ugoet with
a4"many persons were unable to gatn ihree or.four special men from the fir- large number of veterans, for whom NATIONAL ART THEATER. l ine m, wer there. Capt
UCe nfltouehe building. migrp ham police force anwere ut to work tent sand quarters haveB been povid. len sett hlf oi ist ENrAt wlth tt'
n. Japene.n the case.gaat. the fair grounds asrtrel. Theyd the Mr. Joseph Jffrn.O Make Addr ss sorgeatt Into the 1r an td t
kU"SIAN OFFIciALB-HURl The stolen property consisted of down.towu hotels ot about 10.000 vis- at Meeting. to arrest thmse w ho th-ey oonulred
$1,500 In endorsed checks, greenbacks Itors an4 de2prite tho gre*t number of Now York, May 19.-A meeting toIn rItng-leaders, and push them OUt
"A Crltleims ofpapmeric aan Press on and. oor there who will be present, the hotol furtherance of the plan vfor the o stab, throth the y Owidycl o Hve Thpla
Manchurlan Subject. The thief 's evidently famili[V ar" not choked to death, although It' lamentt of at national art thoator weI whom they would be ca .g I t,, '
tothe kan trouble the the oandoe, asnd the Opened the ,i6t 0f tonow lmpsaible for. a. new-i'on r to hold last night In te aick theater, captaiit ncounhis other mn.New my
SPetersburg May 19.-TheRue-by the regular ombintlon 'Ad did4 o11btin to-room n any. of them. Joseph Jefferson made the pritcl hoen follow a f ore Ma .i ,
elalsexpreaso themselves notdaturb clk who wa sleei. t pror will e r emod. ete theourso of which he osaid man Nint habd J l o
deeply hurt-at the critcisma g afMw feet, frm him. o'lok- tort'w awhea memorial that we ho was In favor oanon who ha been thrown out. ili
jt'American press on the subject the los :ilI s.hared-,by the vaioV1us sercs6r i will beo held i; Christ ohtrch 40*W4 thati. t.htber, ware omany prob, low began to putmnel Nugertt'
X"Cahuria and say that "consideer- rsi troa4s entot ng Brminghia i-andIn .hno-nr of effer$ot Davis, by the 'ents osobe solved. H,1 caught the polreorll' elb afi '
iage friendship extended 40 years eah o them, now has a special de eofdroe tern Memorl 5Id Mr wihr he tat
.when America needed friends, tectie working otk.the iase. .o to 'r'hourslatel those b to cal leatt nation to the lot 's the h ulget d
egowhen.Atlm TWOsrrth erei onth to the man bad Nngen
.erica, might at least inquire wheth tw t beho MdHlido order ni th. tumbling blocks bfeor v t he ir wis ball t baborl hm n whri the captal
tYork Anglo-Japanese news. was not CHILDREN HURLED TO DEATH.- conveitosM t jat the fair undot way than after. rorowarlntd weot to the oIlt's 1 a', When
Cooredo-in An glo-JapayneseIynterests;"y. I t rlI ru4 i, .Is for ar m(1 k The wo pe p e who Wal shoN itshover i N wIhtteoil .nl rS lt
o Manchurian lcident ihreaten- ATleep on Track They Are Mangled by it i ted that te ausltes stzes the theater wthe vory exact- w tph dr tt hj n rh t t

,84 yers' old; to desat as i4r la ww tre inlU< 1sodti whoasrtt tie ti t sriei s rnue awr< e to wa br
ie ona time to ause serious trou- Pa mene Train. siou ofthe c o nvegg tion will natnile lag in their demands of tho-aet W mae the pril4, a, we r hei ld i
t w at it height F ace Minis- i .,. Ma 1.-t el the eveni, ant at y a very crItl. Tt authors wl I targa o t d erly dUt.
tr: Wite -visited F~oreign Minister cbildrenoflwHenderson,aro igterewlbe rt r t e svrl . ,i a ta a r the t wi had t. Nuont, and i
.....r."Witt..viti dI SIN .a iplay of fire,,works at c-n b.e stahl.ole' with svin , he wuM h,,Id for aoault.

oaIan newspaper ttks," t ther oler, oth '. doma sbettonvrtolayhIy avs
ti tothe fAndikn troubmlesd the a toWn, and and they ha-come iMrt'oi--fmeoo

fre d h e ".iJIs iel n e p0 1 a e t e r~ s O r lo k atr h Vvs oee as. t"~ ll' w!F'~U !4'I iPWt W i,=45 L

entertaining reds.s.6 itb t to taWA stteaid ae b wttes I', o ua thit tre ( AmSng t 0e bre0 a

e sh prSentre ca s ua p w n t a m t o wiuu e pu A W q* T t ha r oue m ast o th o n u a s f ly E T he
UX04.. MhlnHft a ': .. I ,".itio .. mx O b Wtfts TH B O lW '

her enjoyment as bytri0e as. %- l.Muio o CtAs bO utlhe It uy nag the he rWotst i The. Mi WOrks we re "ented ot th l t
I" Mat No t .. t^2 O.e
itsulf dMrs. nSumhtO tn ee. i o hed d.oSt e "_ .. -tres urr, w .e di r * r t .a.i....... i. -_W ..i. a
andf e w td dropped ..i. W 0t1.'. te o a.. e N r w e i Mt i Gath the r. o t hat roused k00 I ae* e o tttA ortt ....
.4 Ar easts. M iMShe--'tew 's eo ro M tO te be ghe M tinti 5- Te ilra% t s4Ic 'f Th M tl o o n wos e t r d t WOME F L b19 t O
.4.. ety o o r u o av ou t s h 15 O ce tn t o f ct t t' s o U tne t s tue aso u der e ath s W t o w nb ro m M W e
ls10 i I ofthl Nt-ew wea tv ha t w hichot ittu.Rea't I '. W S.{fovnis *pe IS it e m ee TINA t T wie. sA I e bad l:s tl r a
N OwWin.thlet :e aN OeWAle Vld O 5? f UP e5 SAPl U o f tib e W 4 $ th at w ill 9e t h w d o r e t ie d Th e W e e d t t wl aego a t iov o
ei.&.t y of oltov Ie o j a i et s,, no the. ii ae e of jo W 5 1ew

ofment stao kowno .es "ia e e o k bW e ove t* eT 4 )41e w. a trh" e dm 11r0t,. t F d i .ftIo aor. AW5b ISM.. two f'et lonw* ,,etl
i r -et saidw hl t.. local 4 tlt'e beleg a ge e lot. h m eti ng. o fIW S l I bt
amkinn thed .nelirw ot ha -Wetayw te m4 ~ ~byyL. t4 *) Ma y agk e toi. tr0#we *4I Ml W W e '
'iomur ol y. hoo4e oasatile l Ma1 t JIw o Ladvit gm or o Ta e bI g eM s at o Is te g E SY, *44. 1 M y 04
tAe cttt i gt h e c o b yta .. t s e s w t U'.t." trIt s ,a i.. .....ew o ro etm . . w eeit w fet-I 0 4 ..

pA s "cte income se t e d s s saiedt to be r W W "wAt
N- IX hts~y u I.-Z ~laa # pay. Colonel' T W'. Ilattal @45 '4ltI d s *n' 4 44.4

.I, ," , / -. 4
jd:fV^"i T ', L+ni ' + ''^: i '+'^' ;rji'- j.-i-,1*ilj i:j' T -i'""""' "' T "1 ,,' .. ..""* +" ^ 'i'iH^ ^ : 1""'* '" + w ^ + ''_ '~~v l*-' 'T': +r I1

i A .MONTH. w
-A small bottle of Scott's
Emuiilsion costing fifty cents r
^A U1. Aibsty W1 in Mt .ilWl last a bIby a month--a ,e
Compoimettay Terms. Ifew drops in its bottle each) eni
time it is fed. That's a small
IT IS AFINE P~LAoC FOR INVAUIDS outlay for so large a return of O
ilS"^..' health and com p ort. ma
SHe H evd More Benefit abies that 'are given
'One Wqk TIi J;ot Springs Afford- k1 dtg
dIn nthsp min Abe Scott's Emulsion quickly re j
W~.r. M .May tbe Beftd spond to its helpful action. ta
P a o May be Benefited. Itseems to contain just the
: may 1, di u elements of nourishment a {o
vil Sun being the on'y bab needs most.
i3minary we have seen here in
S days makes us feel like'letting Ordinary food frequently c
I *readers know what a nice romantic lacks this nourishment; Scott s or
lith resort Worthington Springs is. Emulsion always supplies it. mn
tated oin the banks of the pctU- Ha
eutue Santa Fe, on the J. & S. W. R. R. We ll send you a amle ree upon r u an
nven r ileas north of the town- of Al. -SCOTT OWN ia ear Street. New York. o
abu.a- The water is sulphur,.and very ..... __ da
strong. The spring boils up at hoe JUDGE ARNOW PREPARING.
: oot iof one of Old Bradford's high ........
l hills and flows enough water to make a Received Supply of Stamped Envelopes
SlIttle river of its own. A fine bathing With Blank for Street Number.
S pool ts one of the great pleasures, and however says Ptmaster Arnow is
when you drink this water and take a slo to Catch n to the "proper thing"
swim you feel so good that you know i wrong, as'hs been demonstrated by
that DeLeon mlnsed the one spot in the faothavs has received a large
Florida he was looking for, the spring ausupy offt ed envelopes with the
of perpetual youth. cuhtomao hurn card printed in the
... J. W. Wells, who hails from the celitlulrn card pritsystedm ofn te
red hills of Georgia, is proprietor ofr m'lelivery, for whtt h he and
those famous springs He brought free proal einvery, for wiich ha e and
ith hithe birthright of eery true her prmiullnet officials bha worked
Georgian, a gentleman endowed ithso faithfully, would be installed as
Aeorgian, a gentleman endowed with loop as te nnmberlh9 of the houses is.
80uthsern hospitality. He is ably as,. oon as tse nnmb ring of the houses is
"ted by'his only 'daughter .and .two complete and e streets posted, he
has arranged 0 extma blank line in
s ; ons,. The sons are true types of the ha a e d ea banke i
father, an4 Miss Pet--well, she iS all which tle number sa! name of the
thtrnm ml riewe. sBtreet 15to be inserted. Thls is the
th"t.t hee nA e implies.
SthAt, her ntme ispliea. firast satual government step which has
On one side of the river in Alachua first actual government step which, has
r O. one t ide of the rive in Alabuta been taken, but it niay be termed in-
aro the BerryD slse, Malph nd deed a most encouraging one.
SOn the TBradfhe work of numbering the houses
DeBpses, forming a neighborhood of
DeBaeh. foritnr.g a neighborhood ot systematically still continues, and the
stanch. yeomanry.. And our friend contractor states that the system will
(we almost forgot him), Jack Ooxe, be completed in about three weeks.
the. one merchant of Worthington. ...
Jafk-sells goods all day and plays the From a Cat Scratch
violin at night for the young folks to On the arm, to the worst sdrt of a
dance. a Lurn, sore or boil, DeWitt's Witch
TIlls water cannot be excelled any- Hazel Salve is aquick cure. In buying
Swhre for stomach or kidney trouble. Witch el Salve, be paruar to has done me more good than et DeWitt's-tlis i the salve that
rtwo months did me ln Hot Springs for eifle for blind, bleeding, itcling and
,my kidneys. protruding piles, Soldby Bodiford &
It is also ine. for rhoumatisn. McCollum.
d George came hero from Mont. ABOUT QUALIFIED VOTERS.
brook three weeks ago on crutche.
SLast night he kept time in the "mazy Supervisor Wienges Lays Down the
S dnoe" to the notes of Jack's fiddle. aw Efectn Regitratons
Some people will tell you the spring aking of
hsla overflowed by the river. It is not Supervisor Wiesaes, in speaking of
so' While the old Santa Fe is frqm the coming wet atd dry election,
hill to hill, the spring is boiling out in stated Tuesday.. ihat he was daily in
all, its glory receipt of letters from citizens of the
Rl t lry' co,,'0unuty relative to their qualifloation
Come, sick folk, and see. Don't go relative to their ualiat
out of Florida for your health, when to vote at the election.
For the Information of those Inter.
.. the beat place is right at your door, Frth information of those inter-
with good accommodations that don't ested, Mr. Wienges requests The Sun
require a Vanderbilt's purse to meet to statethat all persons who were
the exienses. A. U. IIILLMARY. qualified to vote In the last general
. election Will be qualifled, but those
SA Farmer Straightened Out. who only registered in the primary
"A man living on a farmn near here and neglected to register with the au-
oanme in a short time ago completely pervisor Or distriot supervisors for the
S doubled up with rheumatism. I hand- general eleotlon will not be entitled to
e d him a bottle of Chamberlain*i Pain vote on June 2. Mr. Wienges says
il an totstisfed after using it e nd there are agreat many In this position
,. .pa a 0ent for Ita Oy o, p y who will be deprived of that privilege.
r, drof Pattens MII, Y, ,Y A few Runaway Bcyc
straight saiug and handed ume a Terminated with an ugly cut on the O
S dollar, saylngt, give me another bottle leg of J. B, Orner, Franklin Grove, Ill.
S of Ohamberlaia s Pain Balm. I want It developed to a stubborn ulcer un-
S It in the house all the time, foritS oured yielding to doctor, and 'remedies for
.: me.d" ore bma y all druggists and four ears. Then Bucklen's Arnia
me.icin .. Salve ocred. It's just as good for Burns,
SA wae Ma.htenu catAtrOWIhC, Squalds, Skin Eruption and Piles. 25e.
Sy< L S thust;i It ii nhio t lri'diink'' 5 '- at all drug stores.,
ty t ." ti l'lt hI \\ l ih ?'1 nutlto!ltIc electric ....... .. '... .... .... N I--. (
.. $lttLsrti',", -No. What wrus It? -
l s strt't'U4 lti i'lfked out hIs order. Oainesvite Will Soon Have One of the
decldl< Ie d l t ls< t lItritttudu ouloti Most Modori Engine Houses.

%! nud tirtlplnu l -.tii uomy. Blt the Work on the new municipal building
(Xi fOl idvil iie't e IN. rllig it look O "
^ ttrouttdd i...hi.i tuore At!,rIg lek an 1and engine house isprtgressing rapidly
gi it.--I ittiiitiOtlt elb under the direction of Bribkmason
F ortunate. MoMahon. The walls have assumed
1P41ly"0 lan.-...TtW tenth c(a no loiagr nice proportions, having reached a
be hitdhht. imlattla I ant obliged to distkand halt way up the steond s ory.
tell. you thit 'your little son is- r-- Under fateorable oo1idltions Mr, Me-
S weak tpldedt-tht I. .--well, it utaust be Mahan expect to completto his work
s aid-lth is an idot, within the nest two weeks, and by the
S M -r. ighup lait w fortunate It is middle of month the build-.
tico| 5New York WVekly. ng will probably be ready for oeu-
." paoy,. The 4f"it floor will be used as a
It Did Ima Oood., t0re staton while the upper story will
S.. -am sorry, doctor, you were not be otcupted b eploe of the fr d
be, to attend the supper last night. It apartment ana as a council chamber.
woUld bat done you good to be there." A exelltly equipped nd furnithed
"t tei W rdy done e good. mad. reading room is also one ot the proba.
Ia:M' aI at prescribed tor three of blts of he new build .
_o of p-rU1L

sakoned from' Hunger Faliti'and lad
Impaled on Pickt "renc.
Nfwark, N. J., May 9.--Thoa ol CW.
s, atramp, arrived bI : a4te'r ,a Wlog
e on the bumpers of a freilg tran,
early dead froin fatigue aand weak*-
b4 from hunger. To get someailn
eat her begaa to beg along the
eetis asking f tOr sOmethlnU to( et
baek. fcor oft "MseO. After inu,
Tr0s4e ,refusals he tlecided -to try*ii$
nt doors, and with great effort
fg ed himself upon tfe porch orf a
ge house In a fashionable reslden-
I portJon of the city.
After' resting 'a few soecond0 Collins
shed' the electric bell button. While
waited for the door to e opened
was overcome by weakne,'. be-
use of sudden dizziness and toppled
er bitckward. He attempted to
asp the stone balustrade, but was
able to holk on, and fell over it.
e landed on top of a. picket fence
d4 was Impaled upon one of Its harp
Ants. Surgeons declared his injury

POust soldui Prf*Vust Pusa$UOW

Representing a number of prominent
American and Engtist companies.

Astract & Realty Company,
E. E. VOILE, Manager.
Got an abstract of title to land before
buying. After payinr the purchase
ne thereun often no redress for taX
smveS and uncanoeled mortgages,f

Manhattan "A" Typewriter.
Guaranteed for one year. Sold on
monthly payments at a Alitht ad-
vanco to responsible pWrtles.
Typewriter Hibbonus for
v arious maolanes.

l. Voyled
.;,^ ,:* ^(Onirllc yeWo-


It. T. SCHAFER, Prop.

Frteh Every Day.
delivered to All Parta of City.
SAtlsfuoction Guaranteed
Special attention to Circuses, Mltrels
and otoer: traveling troupes,
Huadntr ParUes, etc.
' . Box .- intatlle. Fl

IffersVery Bates on tFllowluagates
clonst o. t Oifomlu, tUtah.
Nevada, Ww MsiO, AX3aU, Colo-
Idaho, w .Omi, o~.Se ni etu aunm 1
St, LoUlts and Return
June Il6-Te itd rnwaitJune t
San Francisco, Los Angeles and
National 35*tus*,t I. A G. ik
to return nt O%=w6 .
Denver C0t, and Return
On Wti3 JU ttib Good tore-

raJi k oul tilew
u'h wle and MS fa rec tf l
Oar etwat Ta *W' $U W ,Uf -&'*
brou. I s % .

Pr.E 0. a*LLISI T P. .
SO.. Irw Athete. t.:-*'i*A^


aciltrtc 80s at Uarge Alarif


Air Line aliway.

ScHBDlmus ErrBCTITi APRIL 12. 1903.

- V6 I a1 '1so Ntj jMws-o D I V'ISO, i64
S 9 00 p 2 0 P ................ Ja ks vi ........ ............ Ar ol0 0 t 7 b a. b 00
10 115 I M L 2 p0 .................... Badwin........... ... 0 12 a 6 30 4 0
2 20 p 1....... Wi4WP. '" GAINE8VILLE A.....7. ^ a....50.
2 p.......... ...I.. ..........
. ..... ...... 740 p6 Air... '... ....Cedar K ey ................... Lv: 5 15 a ....... .....
I iP o .. ...... S... .. .. 8 r i g .... ........... ..... .... .
08 p 50 a. .... ........ ........ O a .......... .......... ...... 2 35 4
p n h..... 02 .0. p 1 a ... W llwood....... ...... ... 12 66 a 1 5
Si.... ...... ....... ... Oa .......... A .... ......... 00p 818
4 14 p 4 41a . I ........... Dade(Olty9 ... .............. ..... 19 10 317,
iR p? 48 ..a ...... . o.. .. Plant C oy.......... ......... ...... 1 0o p 945'
.7 8 11 2' 's "" ..... ........ .. '... Palrm ettot ............... ... 3... 3 7 0 j ? 4e

Lv Jacksonville.......... 8465 TBOp .. .vJackson't ............. 1u P g
.ArFeruan dina ......... a 00p.. Ar ake City.................... Xp
A Bru k .. .......... Ar LieOa.........
Ar u k lO IBpUa l .. Ar Madlson........................ 75p.
Ar Favannah........... 10P11 6p a".....
Fairfax...'. . 809p 4a. ArMonticello....... ........... RWal
Ar Deninark............. 57;1 6 20 .. Ar Tallaha ee.................., 940p ;2|(
Ar Columbia ............5Sop 8 a Art quincy............................ 4 1-77
A Camd en ... 740 54a Ar ilver JunCtion.......................
'At 'f lhrlet,........ "S ::::;...... 8Ar Pensacola ...................... 7^
Ar W limin 9.n ........... 120 Ar Mobile ....... ......................... 26W5
ArPrO....... -. 18. .ArNewOrlea.ns.................... 8
Ar TPo"l*out~h.... ....... a645 A P. r Macon........................ 8 6:
Ar1 o 01woi d,Va......... sa .la...... a 12...................... 7.a|6
Ar W4btagto........... 10 10 8p ...... Chattanuooga..................... YU
Itrtsmao_,i W .... ......... IS Il 6j. s h ......l....................... !s
IAr Piladelhlt............ 136P St Louis ............................ 08291
NAr ew Vorx .............. 4 156 g80al ... ... Clcngo ................................ 9 1S.

SConnections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 81, except
Satiurdays, from Gainesville.
Train No. 84, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between'~:
,TatnPa Jacksotville and New York, via Richmond and Washington. Vesti-:
buled day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. CaOre Ii
dining ear service from Jacksonville.
o. 686, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, bsiggage and express oars be,'
tween Jacksonville and Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleepers be-
tween Jacksonville and WNew York. .
No. 55 connects at Starke for LaCrosse, Alachua, Willeford, Wannee and
intermediatepolnts, and at Arener with Early Bird.branch. A
Nos. 58 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays
and Thursdays, 11p. m.
A.O. MacDONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, jla.-
E. 0. COBB, Ticket Agent, Gainesville.

O/iiEI L II.i .i i
^T -'*vT'^X~IrTT a c

wE.lA. .

Jacksonxville and New York,
Calling t C&ARLESTON, S. 0., both ways.,
Thbe Paet 8teamahAp iM the Coastaiae Service

Clyde New Eg nd and Southern Lines
Direct service Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTqN and
PROVID ENO and All Eastern Points,
Cfllig l at Obharleston both ways.

Southbod........ ...... From Lewis' Wharf. Boston
Northbound.. .. T.......:ITrom Foot of Catherine st., Jacksonville

CBvee St. ohns river LmeIn
etweeo JAc2cooNV.,z.e apd SANeDORO
Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Franels. Beresford (DeLand), and Intermediate
ULndings on St. Johns River
I appoltted to sail as follows
e L aves Jcksonville 8 :0 p. M. Sunday, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Sanford 980 a. m. Mondays. Wednesday and Fridays.

.l..... .... .....Jacksonville Arrie 21. am.
S................ .. alat a. ...... .. Leave
S.. .... .:aAstor .. .... : p
4m : a .-. ...... .",... .t. tfm. ..... ... ..... 2 p -
1 .. .....-.-......, or d-e i .- .. .'


I _- n- ~ I--


-__ __ _

.- --










A AY 20, 1903

o:aieratlont PROMPT PAYMENT or LOSSES.
We cover these important points and respectfully
solicit a share of your business.

re, Life, Amident and Health Iusurance.e

--Agents for the---

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

SInformation cheerfully furnished. GAJNESVILLE, FLORIDA.
i^^^^^^^^^^^^^- ^ _ ^^h ^^L-^'i L'

A t "i l ". I ......

I ---

H ttvity Marked the Open..
ig- Inl Now York.
,U Mkay 19.--Renewed actlv-
the opening of the *ttonK
7y.. FIOrst pr-ices were at
:of 6 to 18 points and not-
g fine weather large rI
ttinued reports of curtailed
n aln, very hravy realisa-
rushed still further upward
first few minutes to a point
Hints ove. Saturday's close
r months. The 4Uverpoal
Sagaain sensationally strong,
U| 20 to 25 points had been.
iUt after starting 1 to 2
r the market there ad-
ore the opening of the lo-
.to a level net of 5 1-2 to 11
r, with spot cotton again
good, demand at am ad-
,2 points. Private cables
heigains to bull support.
cables from Liverpool show-
tlnued. ascendancy of the
market and the ants of its best or net 8 1-2
H to. higher." Locally. the
H tired after the tremen-
of last week, but prices
the strength abroad With
",up to 11.46, July to 11.06,
l.701 and September to 9.51,
a bein5 new hig~i records
ason for all except Augusit.
s showed a disposition to
;rather than lead the advance
the Liverpool close, specu-
H re became less active and
.lo1 off 2 to 4 points under
though still net 24 to 30
Higher on the near months.
n the market was firm with
uathb 24 to 80 poiats higher, afnd
ths 12 to 22 points higher. Spot
:lIddling uplands 11:60; mid-

H Disastrous Wrecks.
esaness is responsible for many
y wreck and the same causes
,*ng human wrecks of suffered
hi-roat and Lung Troubles. Bdt
4the advent of Pr. King's New
very for Consumption, Coughs
Ilds, even the worse cases can be
and hopeless resignation is no
necessary. Mrs. Lois Oragg of
ester, Mass., is one of the many
e life was saved by Dr. Kingpi
sDiscovery. This grand remedy is
ateed for all Throat and Lung
ases by all druggists. Price 500.
1i.00. Trial bottles free.
I Georgian Geta Award.
o.ambrldge, Mass., May 19.-An
been made by the
poratin that Oscar Lovell
lth of the University of Georgia,
,a. been awarded the George oater
iabody scholarship for 1903-04, one
#t Harvard's best scholarships. Thisb
icholaruhip was founded last year.and.
*: to be awarded annually to a graS.d
iaite of the University of Georgia. Mr.
it. s.* +I A *.. ,nnnt 4, .'ulva e the

,.elcl Isl ne t r ai" o*ue to" .s o -. .
Too Great a Risk.
In almost every neighborhood some-
holera morbus, often before medicine
Mad be procured or a physician sumw
ed, A reliable remedy for theise
eais should be-kept at hand. The
s too great for any one to take.
berlainr's Volie, Cholera and
Soea Remedy ha s undoubtedly
the lives of oire people. and," -
Li more pain nd suffering than
Iuse. Il an al..
d"ther mediolne in tre. 1 Mleb;
'be depended upoie. Pon lIe" by
Druggists and mei(inecoW 1.
1efled to. dupe Mrs. Roosevolt.
#uffaio, MV y 19.-'A BftfaLo wo-an
y wrote to Mrs. TheodoRoos flo
'king for $15. She .sai W tAt
Sthe mothe mother of 12 children and
I elP cted to become the motbe
Uther. She said she waS *#A t
SMrs. Roosevelt Sent a L eck lt O
widd aaked the Buffalo bureau pti
.i4tei to Invesitlgate. ,. It was foad
th wouintA had only two children
S her husband earned $ a day.,
iianoi>n the aleck was stopped.
;IA Litttle Egarly RMiser
alih then at bedtme will cure
i i,, bilioumne and liver
p. Wi,1 ittle Early
are the fIamous little pill that
a*rosing the seeretioas,nuV.'
0 bowels gently, yet eofteetalyl,
iig such toni* and strength to
"a" of the *tomiah and. liver
*5 osuse of the trouble Xs re-.
entirely, and it their use isoon--
for a few days, there will be no
of the complaints. Sold -yb
.& McColluwi '
ci, Unitaria% r As6tIltM
I ,:May 19.-With a prove
S neve days the A=erlcan ila
ew:O.i0Li0oa boaAn if S*SWBtl
ihe l re tod4y- The ieUte3iC
to prov: of auaasnl tla
c a'l*i coat of st*ertoi
f7 the program 5M V U!a" by

earbteba of athe ame
%Ok0# "Got"

Miss Sallie Owrrrnd W rites
ingly of Criislsrind and (
Editor .Sun t will write yo
agtin, as it ha been some- ti
I wiate. Ve are having a lot
been"rainig every day for
Thefarmeers are busy ohopj
eln. I
This is a niWe little town,
busites iasdonei here, Saw n
carried on extensively near t
thereis a lot of lumber ship
here. ] went out in the cou
long ago. We passed soi
farms, the prettiest oat fild
lovely vineyard. I went to
ing of twenty-three last Sund
is only three miles from* her
have a large school there 1
Normainl's Institute; 27I ptiu
ten teachers.. The buildi
large brick one, and on
dormitories is brick. Obe is
little place. Last Saturday a
Norman Institute and Sparks

~ru~ 1~A1LY

ped from
iptry, not
me large
Is. and a1
a baptin-
ay. Obo
e. They
known a-i
pils and
ng is a
Of of ihl
a pretty
iight 'the
a College

met at Tifton andad a debate, on
"Prohibition and Local Option." The
Normal Institute had the affirmative
and Sparks College the negative. A
special train took them over and
Sparks won, much to the surprise of
their opponents. Crossland is think-.
ing of challenging them a debate. This
is a common school. buti we think we
can win. There will be an exchrsioti
to White $pri gs, Fla., on the 283d. and
several from here ari going. They
have never been to Florida, and want
to go to the bright and sunny land.
We are still havi g cool weather
over here, bad hail one evening last
week. It damaged the cotton crops
some. $AIMirL ORMONop.
Orossland, Ga., May 15.
The Wastes of the Body.
Fv(ry seven Jays the blood, muscles
rid bones of a man of 'average size
lose two pounds of wornout tissue,
This waste cannot be replenished and
the health and strength Iept up with-
out perfect digestion. When the
stomach and digestive organs fail to
perform their functions, the strength
lets down, health glves way, and dis-
ease sets up. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
enables the stomach an digestive or-
gans to digest and aslimhtlite all of the
,wholesinmei fod' that aiiy be eaten
into the kind of blood. that rebullds the
tissues and prpteot' the -ealth and
strength, of the oiled and body. Ko-
dol Oures Iwl lgsietlon, dyspeplsa and
all stowi ach oble. -,It is In. ideal
sp~itng tontl VBold B' Bodtford & Mo-
I n ton .... ..

Other Adams ExPress employes R*e
cover from Poisoned Whisky.
Olncinnnati, May 19.--Willl.m Daly
and I.ouis Burbuanks, employes of the
Adams. exprs, left the hospital tO'
da.y for their itomes. It it evident
now that a in WB. qlck.", who. 41 4
last Wednesdty night shortly aftei
drinking of 't polPo10oned whisky ieat
from Mempbhl* to Mr1 Nobbe, In tbhi
city, will be the only victim, as thh
other express e kployes who dranhi
int th It4, bottle had prevldou *
reoered s leit1y to go. 0to thU
The *ev4.oe frontNmWabrvlle a
htoite 3ni0r t 00temOSt e t#0e dft
see Ibiiar today brieg Mrs. MHe
Gaismlit- W!iteSds for as tal.
aer lthe i*^ r"
A P*hyioan HeAled.
_Dr. 0e, *tWg*4piat1dutg physlan

S"'" ve
with 'oliey' Kidney Oori: '0Fov year
I bad bei tly ,WtAwrth
ney and bhsddoe trouble Bnd enlarged

I Wimi *A !
protte gland. t 1t;e eneyd: 1:n
SW rio*e t o the bSi e

W i, Oft,
lirs. O.ldarom!e4d Tai aiied 'i

d. are.!et 0 a lll i: i if k 16
aid id rs-eir !. "i = !tllt

fet U0 bse'40 o .e ul0 tr T1WKW. W a'
m riel boi 'Ye'jlteLir:,

Oth rte, OiI1t M4y 1 .-Th0I .l.

4.po, OkMxio aad TOieta"
tal .l .i t, e- -'--Nm' a

.. 414t*,h Clove sand uiandl<

Is Nature's greatest assistant.
Its use wards off depression
and illness and promotes
digestion and health.
All druggists tell it. Prepared only bp
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
St. Louis, U. S. A.
trew'ers of tA. famous BudweI.r., Michelob.
Rliach a Tan. Fawet, Pale-Laser, Anhauaer,
Standard, Export Pale and Exqulatte.
Order promptly tille l by
J. F. ED>WARDS. Whoh,Nnlh Dealer, Gainmsvilo land OAIll, Fla.

Hanne Brotlers' ICasi Mail Order H0ouse,

W lholes:al I iq )or Dealers.
4. .-.------ -

Bottlerz of W-rn. J, Ltip l.\ Brwitg Compti y- St. Lo iis
Beer. Key u- Spcialt ty. Prices
o* O Applicatiou.

1246 to 1258 W. Adams st..

Jacksonville, la.

Gaines ill & Gulf RaIlw y Compauy
Time Tublv in (ffeot Januatry 4, 1902.

SP MULy P M Lv AIM Ar. PM Ar P M Ar 1 M
7 ...........Fair ield............... ..
0.0 ..* nlr ,,ibi . .
...... ........ F t ...n ............. ..
00 ............. ........ ungrva.......... ....
S0 ........ .. .... Moutide .............. ...... 4

S .. . .... ......... .. oom.:......... ... ......... 41
8 0... *.... ..... ........ .. *5
8 0. .. ......O.. y. Pit............. ....... (
0...... ... .....,..W h t.. ....... ....... 44*1
.lo ,. ..,o riy Point ..... d.. ......
1 56 ;. .....8el: lmy........ 4(1 I8
1,) t N ..4..A,. r ....... ., 1 0 1W
11. .. ...1... rai ueR........ 0' 8 7 It
1s40 A7A...8S0maou City 8 10 8o6 1
A. 8 g .tA BaO N W, 0. .. 4 V 40
; 4 .8. 0 Ii0Tonvl0e, J. & 8.W, .0 0 ....
I. s M ..tako try,Oaa.B& r... 7 736I
.. 10 IS p ....T bhisiseet F. Ob.. 14 p I ,,,
.U 01 1 .p ..allomt* ( It'.. 'a9 i. 8 15
... x n, &l. ,.,. s o a 1 .46

0144ru.0 not ra.btoweet O ainoVille a l FltIiteold vtiaiundiyo
S.............a. .upo rinten nt.
-^-----"- -






The question of Titlo a
flrat tmlderatilot for (hlie
S Ilvetor,... '

Abstract of Title
''o l ly pleetl or Imtnd In
S Alach'I oitiit)y rubl i
o, ao pi i 'am lot [

Anld all miiattetrs coneern. t E
Ing tho redlemputlon of utan.
ecaniuled tax ertlftehtUE
ati-ended to promptly.


New De1tn inh All I lcw.

A Full Ao)rl4ipnti tInc ldliu6
his Latest Iti

Spring and Summer

Gainmesville XKachine Works
C(an turn and ttraIghliti wiholi l o(f hartini ifn(ll.P)lle-CVultiilg
tUi to 12 I i; h,s.


P. H. WESTGAARD, Prop. and Igr,

JoMii 1 lm(l, I P i. WM it>Ia.l, Mof.


tafi aand I-i' t l to'4 rtYt ito atI psts of aItI
i tiUOrl W '~at w ) 0 O % 0 iI Toy. w!Ot. by f.
or itlwi m W1{ wl ral t 0 a t optuAis k
wroin * i, rtj)tpoi*a


Jusiit rt e'td n 0 i gertalkOtlt E*-
mn) K.lalk Fiillm and iothver suippiles.
I '.veti.pitAg flrna at ireauMtablje pir0iM.


H. W. WMMa;itm,

!Iiy N fot you of
*s*4 .b
-ito 90 h*f lIsrs it6plAI* O ii.ow 1,iqbi. r('r t #O i .w i
Vir tNok'l *i f 0V til84t *!!Mf lt ltait .44 501$ I#
Mt7 M:P>. siwi> 0,r0rt tini':."f
*g i.illa 4*i 4i.i tt w0Jist Iow witU 4440*
i t I g n N l b' lt 0*Ki( ;4,.y o#tti.*
ri/tejar I4, . iiti'tW tlt to It r.. M1 9
a foti o.B oeltt .14t
!jt p r ) 'ta 1. w4i4 ^ 4 m- ,t M
5t./ l4, ti ", *d 'itl Xl i


Interest- For the trengt .
of W oman
)ur paper A""ll.A..
ofe rine; to surmount the difficulties
oa ain ; of social or work-a-day life
Ping cut- ANHEUSER-BUSCtWSS .stract "
a lot r s v B. R. COLSON, Mai|ng
il!anig is I F
own and .u .na AINESVILLE, FLA.


rl:, ; _.=. .... ... ~;.

II- II .. I~ III Ji I I I I 1 ~ .

- r ll

Sarer in 7 s -0

sia beoat coiwmti, 1o0dentps
arudla.da4scentsGoforeosob ad
ip i advertiiuAina ma nm.u*

SGOWeOl Sul.i a Bus ft 0 ei0,146.)
Sof <0,00pthe n ute Btte o li aseO. e r *:,0
thi 5e wee ---, 141, Atte **I NOW

0i "Fvoittilav' na bbillse oomb e dup, after first
Ps10aeraceo of dvertiemeitunIesNIet! 9brwle
I rti"Pr In rotitm : .stls Io.. kmown to
a ie.i11 ber uvirot tOe, Pt f(t a4ia4 tlinirl In.ainl-
*e. Address, T* 1% AIVi Su,. -

(Pro opur 'eaular coepspon4ept.)
sin- .gton, May 18,.-There is co.
a..: lderable. concern m"nlested among
,' ittber of thIe Cabinet and other
: prominent o1el.6ls in i"-Wa hington. re-
garding the extent .and ithe. emphasisl
.with which the President, in1i$ West-
er, speeches, i' dwUping upon lthe
:Moroe Dootrine., ,It iis believ6edinthe.
'1ast that the Monroe Doctrine is most
expai : lve to, malta. l p dd brings with
':t ~ adeqttt'ettti, It hi.been
p- iBolited..oiut -tt.whenever a Eitropean
46tion seureso0ntrol of a colony thhe
L ooiierolal status; of the- newly-ao,.
S quired' terrtory:becomes fxed, the de-
m'4i .for foreign goodi-tnorease., and
,the United States seoiresw its shar, of
i the0 commerce. In, South Anriloa,
however, the iutegrlty of petty gov-
*eiO rents i preserved by. the. United
Statsiiand the result lw that .these lit.
e' t ole ,ntries- are1 constantly at war,.
:..that they repudiate their commercial
obligations without, hesitation and to
tle serious 'loss of every American
business 'man who attempts. 'to deal
'with them,iS and that even when the
t: ited States has a favor to ask, as in
the0aise of the Panama oanal, .it re-
Oelv"s even less consideration than is
S soorded European nations. Under
those condltlons the ofilelals referred
to regard it as ill-advised for the Pres-
ildit todwell with such marked em-.
Sphasis upon the subject. The facts are,
of course, that Mr. Roosevelt iW .afraid
.to disctus the tarilt because of the fae-
tional differences on that subject in
S his own party, ia unwilling to discuss
S t iiand moniopolloe for ear of fur-.
S ther offending the Wall street initorpetsB,
and finds the Moinroe Doctrine a safe
i topic because few people understand lt
and most regard it as a sort of. pat-
rloto1 duty to uphold it., Incidentaly,
Mr. Roosevelt wants a larger navy and
the alleged necessity of maintaining
the Monroe Doctrine furnishes an t -.
house for his coveted "big stlok.U
It li larmed on authority of ,a 4, .
e berot tii6 Cabint that the4 PrsIittf
"s and Seatrt ann'ihve madei at,
S whereby the 'former will welcome 11
A his running mate, provided he seoure,
S the nomiation. Mr. Myron T. Hor-
rick, whom Mr. Hanna Is just now
,/ booming for governor of Ohio, The Cab-
Inet officer alluded to was invite
KY* ed into tho President's ofllolal-
family beOnuatse of his political sagac.
ity. Hle says: "Colonel Herriek is
one of the lstrengtL posibiilitios for
the bseOud place on the tickot. It
sGeems now that the likelihood of his
being nomintlntd will becomentimuoh
strougor if he is triumphanttly elected
'- governor of Ohio inxt fall. Should
hie majority fall below normal, how.-
ei ver, his availabiliiy will be seriously
S. Secretary of Stato lainy is now thor-
ouglhly convicted that there wts noi
Foundation for the reports forwarded
e:,,., hre last.week by Minister OXtmger at
e ekln to the effect that the Russians
S had occupied Nu Cihwan in Maianlhu-.
vi'a. : , appears that United Statcs
v.^Oonuul Miller, at Ni Chwiang, heardI
F ", 'llatthe Russians were to occupy ihe1
firt ati. that point and immediately.
,mmunicated with Minister Conger,
LA ^'ihoi cabled 'the atemennt to thiscoun-

h.Ther h4ado beta soe movn ment
^^t| as t Aoopet Maachuria, but

stoath teaty SiU

AV aleigb, te Albany' an tohe- C-
%tisatd have bei cirde ,;d to attach
reientate watson of Virgloita,
ohio*t 1 $t hefP ortig leader oi

^:; presi~o~tsI eI''uatioi fr. O i-
son regards .0na.tb. -Gotr-man as the,
niost available maoii the ,party, b.ut
ehtneBs Jadg 'Parker ofi New York as
his second choice. .Hele sees encourf.
Agetmient in the!enth isiasm with which
Mr. Oleveland has -been' received o0P
several occafpiolns a-s demonstratingg
more than uuail intereet inthe Demno~
Ceratie nominee and, augurinf success
for the DBoIorat(lo ticketl, but he does!
not believe Mri Clevoland stands ,the
stlialrteet cian.heof Sbeitg wonpinatedi .
S. The most important, development iR
the postoffloe situation during, tlie paSt'
week has been the sumnIrtiaTy removal
of August W. -achen, general .uper
litiideti-6f .e division of free
delivery, and the appointment as acting

superintendent of M. 0. Fosnes, who
is regarded as the most able postoffice
itspeoctor In the service. It will be
remembered that it was Mr. Fosnes
who cleared up the the -Cuban, postal
service after Estes 0, Aathbone had
gotten it into an almost inextricable
Smuddle. Since .Machen's removal,
some Important discoveries have been
made, although their characters will
not be revealed until Fourth Assistant
Postmaster-General Bristow completes
his report. It has been announced
that the appropriation for rural routes
has been exhausted and no further
Routes will be established until after
July 1.
There been removed frdm
office four ofltcials against whom
charges have been preferred--Judge
Tyner, Mr. Christianoy, Tyner's assist-
ant, Maohen and. Superintendent
.Bea&ves--although the latter was per.
mitted to resign. It is not believed
that any one of these officials will be
pormitted to resume his duties, In
the case of Machen there appears to
be no occasion for his ofloe. -There ia
now a superintendent of eity trpe de-
livery and a superintendent of rural
free delivery. As "general superin-
tendentof free delivery" Maohen oc-
oupied a position analogous to that of
an assistant postmaster-general, which.
he had labored to have himself ap-
pointed, It is now regarded as more
than likely that after the conclusion
of the present investigation fthe divi.
sion of city free delivery will remain'
under the supervision of:the First Aa-
sistaint Postmaster-(eneral, and that
of rural free delivery Will ibe perma~t -
nently transferred to the bureau pre*
sided oier. by the Fitrth Asststtant
Postmiaster-General, where it will be
in close relathioinship with the star
routes, etc., apparently its natural lo-

State of Ohio, iOty of Toledot,'
Lucaas county.
Frank J. Ohepey makes oath that he
0I senior partnet it .f the firm, F. ,J.
Oheney Oob Wdoing bualnae in the
ithy of Toledv, Ooiunty and Stadf*re.
said, and tiht *aid airm will pa One
tiandtid. .OI h hfor' each api, d et, eti

ou, u^ i s.". .b.eo itre Oaai.
wn to t. before met -iand A borlalbed
tln $ini0 en thit fifth day of e6,
member, A. D. 188.
s 't J Notarly PubIlo+

Halls iatafth Oure il taken. inttern.
ally, and y aots iaCtliy on the blodd and
muooma. etkrfaoes of thie system. Seud
foritetlittoY i(, free,t '
P. J. Or uar A Co ,,'oledo,O.
Sold by 1 Dall iii.o
's H 1' as0 ll i re the bet ;
Packed asi triah .tuttr .
'n'donn, May 1.-' .-Reply.rg to a
q'i At tcloa in the hloue of common t*
diay the Irt h secretary, Mr. Wva.4.
:ham, akl comrp(l.4uit hai been. iadi
to the department of. arionture t lit
low grad Animet ilcat buttrrs wer, e.
in ,naced t1 Ilish tirkls had sold ai
Irisi butter, and tbat othet ,ortegat
rodic was- bolri sold in litla nd a
of t)o general a character to abL e
the tlepfartment to aet. If detbidlt
parttculara were sutppled of the lia*
fintgement of the merchandise marks'
law tihe department will be prepared
to aot vrgorouaty. *
Not Sick Day SiWne.
"I was taken very liok with kidney
trouble. I tried all sorta if mediolnes,
none of whieh rltev4 me, Ol(lt'day i
saw an ad. of your Eluots* BlSiitteitd
deltnoineul to tr that. Al t'tar
fttw ,do, i fak >nvid &allidi~id/ oai

LVet'V na Colap~si' Wo0an 1ili wt
!r:. .Rver. f 41^

hA4 'i.`,Pafrlic'. o
400 ra

V~he ad n wo
e rMW^S. Octave 'rendw5tt d e


Tmhe first term of"- the fder4l our
*at Vnlosata will b- l he1 t :is -nt1hI
- Jap4 Coll^' of1A :esth wi as
saulte, robbed and let totr id 'b
two ,iWlte met, Saturdy night..
1 li' i10g an ad res y RAbbl Ma
Of Atjla*tf, Muc% br h: .
pa,*el a, resolutlon asking the U'int
e,: &atesU .to rtervene for- Heblw Sl.

Mat Swlcegood was stabbed and in.
stantly killed by Bob H*rks on a Queet
and ,Creicent passenger train.
Chilllcothe, 0., Is talking great
preparations for the celebratlot' of tih
centennial annlveieary of the adatsl.
Aon rof Oh.o IntoPthe unlpi.
Three thousand persons attendedd a
meeting at Baltimore -and sub.prlbed
several thousand dollars for thi kreltl
of the -eiecweted /erwa in RIusstl
Sariot at Bridgsport, COol, so
eral nonh-union men were injtared bUy
the strikers. During the battle thl
mayor and sheriff had a clae and
the sheTiff threatens to take chafte 1*
the city.
Turkey is holding, an bota ie t tti
faillies of Albaniant blefs IWo refufi
to- obe orders ..
A drought revinat in Porto B1oo
aind oraigte blossoan. are droplt., 'Etle
towfl tcrop ts rios, ld delay .
S bave' decided to le "the
In 6!i tnler.or pouttioa; isie ABmerican

a t4iot Attorney PetttlgUil, i Porto
RiNcoe 4 bCeen olderen to proccuateo
t4t0a~t Arhir Meyer forl ans
leged aho 'ige o I(000 tn reaimntsl
pay account.


It weakens tla delicate iuig tirst
Invites ConsmtimPtlion':
breanl, dot dig;oth'. l health. ,
It often atiaes headtaohe and 0Adi i
ness, 1axlpyirs 4-^ tste, spel and
lhearittyi, ano a ss the Vot. ;
IoBen: a o.h.Itittioal dlatage it re
quires -a ,ooUstlttol aireo ; 'dy ;.
Ifoo d' s.$a apar1Oa
Zlatlkcally and pjemanuntly cura ca.
tarrh of the Iose, throat, uto ach,
bowels, and more delicate organs i
Road the teti oitAls.
.o bsttbtit for Hood's- aic like
Iood's. ;Be sotI to ge* blood's.
"I was toeblt it ath 3

.1neteiy afetd a" WKLUAX 8awxwak
1A080 8th St., 34Way is .
la:.;'^.. *.. le!..W"S .mn na ia : ot.
I 4, r n d 4~ a ( e

Txhe FlortA

Fruit and 'Trck'

.mot;'Vis m. w141 ae
O ts:'t* o .... ..... '
UA R hn, iWtated aTaUS

w***. i o* u,*t om.
yhe .a hr l a -wta.: .re.

'*you a ho0 l t tht/e' .'aS ,
1' ^ -: 6E i"yT



ps w l U _tn,,l 1or^ Dtsoente ndth owelTroubri* nof lroe ,
AetVAg &li ^i01 u1"lo",, "ht*s ;ie Blowels, Strengthens the Chlid nd.MAKI5
TmITi "ENS&=Is MEtrh' Ktlon ainond Sores, Colilo Hves and Thrush. Removes
Snt srovdmt Wprmi'T 3 .-NA ounteraots and averoomes the Effeoti of thr
r t eno T lts only ai onts at Druglt, or ,
malU oorntsto .,. MOPr M. s .. St. Louis, Me. .

FIorid Eas Coast Ry,

LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect April II, 1903.1


I ~ I Sue.2*j
Daily. illatim', I

$l '



No.98_ No73

No. 9 1 No.t 7a
Dally. 1 Djany, I

7 07a
6 01) a
6 1665
6S Sfa

4 l o
4i 06
2 Ia
817 a
8 08a
2 4 a
2 14 a
1 84a
12 62 a
12 43a
13 I008
10 lop
19 051 p

9 sol

a 10
a co>

7 Ho
? kll
- I?0y

ie Is!
3 lop

S 11
3 2p

11 a
l11 aO
10 67 '






*''B l I
,it +i

....... k nvtlle................ A
Bojsoksoiv.............. Lv
.. ... o.. .. B< J sok ...onvlll.............. Lv
O.r ,....... B t. Aj tstlno,....................
Ix __ k.^.^* ^^^^^'^

I .... .. .... tk ................. L
Sato ....... ....... .A

18? P

S 11515




a ?

, p
* : tp .

*^t 111
'* !

S ..,. ..,..,an l too................ Lv
. ... ... n at o ... .. .......... Ar
......u...... ... .un .elL.......... ......
.............. .... OrD iond..................
.................Daytona .................
........... .. ort Orang ...................
Sm.... yr ..................
..... ..... .... ....0 e .il ........ ..... ....
.........,'........ k ed e..l. ........... ..
a ........d. ............
...... ......,. a all ........ .......
.. ......... o .................
el ........, ,. b tlai .......... ...
r e j.......... t. i>tlte ....s ........ ........
.., ..... rco....... .......
..... erce.....................
s,. c o......,.....s... .b .......... ...........
.l,, .......... e e ..................
.+..ti ...;+, '. .. ,... .J. t t......................
....... und...............
..t .... .... ............. .....
I. .4i..iDeiry, ,+,*,,* ll]Plfll .a ........... ....
*,. ...,i.,.,. ...,hB ud e. do h........ .. ......
C,: ,',., ,,' , ,ii.t.... ... .. .,... .. ,v
^ ,,>. ^. ...I*>1.... .. ....rv

Q E^. OWUX'8I 0 ANC Ic i^as.

Sl 1 o 10.a.1.v...N. 8st rn,.A1..
; Ir It t ..g ri ..

Ltro 4 iAr..r. *tic"
0 0

iIno ll e ,.
I E4061~1te *

AtDi i-I S
. ..... do or onseq... w r 4it.46


SA-e-t, 8v-. A Uz ,,

.b r k No ...
Ast emio it L Y t.ttolmW im Atlitr Co Line
i-- ... #-L s. Orsniie Clt /June' r.. m
ONE 13-vNe Orri .. 4et,



40 ^

10-) 1903 .

Women's fle

... inofr, iduPr lisuperic o r O Wd,<.

Xmenswon which completely prom e.m
pa shoot throuhmy back 2nsides a-d I
Wdh bve blinding headAches. M-kimnbuld
well up d I would feel or I
stand up. I naturally felt disco f o
seemd byond the help of physician ut ,Wi
ofOduicas o d-tomei felt&
c for thebetter withinawe. After.nin
teen=s treatment I menstruasted withOnt s.
f!erl"agonies I usually did and soon becm
lr and without pa n,..tht
a oia knewo its good qualities.

Men beae enss Wb d .

adach e a Remt e ber with Winao f Carui no ease oth3e ei o nd
and YI eva n to b eneilt a case of irregular nenses, bearing down
p.g 1.00 bm eo tamem If you are discouraged and docto- have
d rywane o Cardip, and try it now. Remember that-headahe
eman taIale weakns. Secure -a bottle of Wine of Cardui today.
A4l 4Wo sell $1.00 bottles of Wine Of Caradi.

;W .+I'q I N V '....... 4...R D III][+l


- ----- ,.. 1.1...~~. _. ;.i.-.. ..

c~-. . . . . . . .





A F*-,;-

Allb. -Ir4w-17i




, L ,, = *" . .. .






... *-'


- Ami

ratlons for the General Meeting
at Los Angeles.
0 Angeles, OMc., May 19.-Prep-
W, for the general asembly of JPre*-
*eranis which will meet here :iext
waday for a two weeks" iession al'e
et completed. About 199 1om.
era Km expected, half of wt1eh
Of the 240 presbyteries, 227 havew
10ted for creed revision, and conse.
tlently the report of the started Clerk
ithe overture submitted by the last
general assembly i*s already Linticpat.
i and the announcement will proba-
i sy. scarcely occasion a ripple on. the
oor of the assembly on Friday mtorn'
ng. The first authoritatlve announceP
Lent of the result will come from the
Roderator, Rev. Dr. Henry Van RDke,
It the opening session of Thursday
Order Railway Conductors.
Pittsburg, May 19.-The members
m wE0( the Order of Railway CbaductorX
H Bhave just about completed their twen-
f tY.nInth biennial "run." The session
1^ today finally passed all the amend-
ments to the by-laws. Tomorrow the
election of officers will be held and the
nekt place of meeting selected. In
call but one instance the present offi-
cera. will have no opposition for re.
election. There will be a contest for
Songe of the trusteeships.
Big Land Deal In Colqultt.
SMoultrie, Ga., May 19.-The Blanin-
;ame & Morgan Lumber company ol
Stis city haV closed a deal for the
Lsale of 28,000 acres of fine timbered
lahids in western Florida. The .tle
i|':was made to the Jackson Oros.' Lum-
h ber company, of Wtlsonville, Ala., the
I price paid belig $2.50 per acre. The
timber was bought Just a few months
ago by Blasingame & Morgan for $1.75
per acre, making their net profit about

Elephant love.
A pathetic Story of Intelligence and
affectionate solicitude of an elephant
comes from the Midnapur district In
A wild tusker and a younger animal
b4di done great damage to crops, and
the head man of the district, Baba
Ganjan Lal Malla, attempted to kill
them. He shot the larger animal in the
leg, disabling it, but not sufficiently
for any one to approach It.
For a month the animals lingered in
the district, the smaller one ministering
Sto the wants of Its wounded comppan-
i on, and by furious charges kept the
S villagers at a safe distance.-
'Twisting its trunk about that of the
stricken brute, it uttered the most
mournful cries, fanned the wound and
gave every evidence of acute distress.
When the wounded elephant died, its
companion disappeared and has not
been seen since.--London Express.
lew Trees Differ as to Thei vootW.,
Trees whowe roots are of the same
length and fiber do not thrive as well
as those which are unequal; because
they develop better when their roots
reach for nutriment in different iftrata
or depths of the earth. The Oak eoulid
ttot live i solt where the pine would
| thrive .luxurlantly. This Is owing t
H the nature of the trees. OMe requ lre
I. the most solid nutriment. Thle pine iot
iquirte light, ,ndy soil and the t;nos.-
p phoei conditions of swun.shin aa4n
W IThe oak. maple, elmn. htmioeok, bic
and beech all require warw and eliq,
sctL s .Trees are Doted otr pickinm out
the attractive places and wberp these
*t%^. are *flourilhing forstt may hel :fou
datetive. _____________
: A #trtetl Rwa .4..
There was perhaps more 'atl I:vl*
gratitude in the reward bImetwe :ip.a,
e r-an- .operation .in whichtl1a u
tras so clsumslly ued that as ,6t
5a WM vered sad the poor wome led
?death. When she recognize, th,,t
aI b e was dying, she made a will Lb
Wtal She left- Uthe opentor a Ut* a,
i1,:nev'er apine ble anybody7 as lon

fMr. enpseque, let mse inttodUat 1e
t the Cowut 4* e. pp"'
"Ah e st so ze hoboor to meet a utti
leai. I be~r, ar. r sat yu nfaro
''Wiw., +donut kmow the b*lat th"i
tih o t t e l .' b n' *. ": t m''.s::
'B~tr" tmear e* mll i ."t.t poio
plasy second addle to your wtBPe?
)4'n w to- t a r:it b* .t t
t iMr. Hti 'must be!* t. ife teKs
S tha hr bme, r Isafraid.
-IW ktwJ it. pre ntT.ce.
W + u -4 . .... ,
bOW ithe follw
.ttg++. ... .. e':, 'yuaL .+ +. y

AThe Fring!* ^l in Engaged in
SPIating, anti xpect (ig; Graps.
3enulop Lake, May 1 .--.'ur people
for some weeim" had diecoiiinued
planting on aoeount of dry weather.
Having been blesaed for tho past ten
day with flowers of rain, our farm-
ora have resumed ,'lanting and oat,
cutting isenown 4nd. h -d.
Dr, .iLeomn Cisn of ,Bradford county
is visiting relatives here thisereek.
Rev. W. L. 0olson and -family of
Shellman, Ga., visited his father, W.
O. olson, this week.
W. A. Lindsay has been home.-on
-the sick list, but returned today to
Gainesville to resume his studies at
tbhe normal:
Maj. Wiel and wife are on the sick
4ist this week.
SOhickenpox is serving Giles.Bethea's
and Tomn Waters' families badly.'.
For Over Sixty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Soothixng Syrup has
been used by child-ren while teething,
It soothes the child,. softens the gums,
allays all paiim. cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy fordiarrhoea. Twon.
ty-five cents a bottle. Sold by all drug-
gists throughout the world.
Cup Challenger Satl May 0.
Glasagow, May 19.-Sir ThOmaa ip*
t~on hae purchased the tug cruiser to)
convoy Shamrock 1 to the United
States. The steam yacht lBrin will
-convoy the cup challenger. The
yachts will be ready for the oceas pa*
sage May 30.

stops the t o0etCgh OsadnodI ei 4 lx

Planters and Growers of Long

Staple Sea Island Cotton will find

it to their interest to communi.
ton. S.0 C to

'.4al g, I *)t segagi :ured bp


tcoo4 t ho l .sem 'a 'ee, ,
IUH.yW.I, "i (:'k^ i


F"r e by Johnson Bros., Gainesville
^ .^ n .:.x.jT 'l*n -' ^ ; :, ,. / ..; / -^ f -




Gainesville, Florida

Men We Want to Talk To.

ite believe that 1f, 1',rry/ man in tGaimnsiilhl was e a s othig cA)fpcrt--
i every walnt 't .Gat rtiit ll<; /' ith' ew h positi'vc facfi in th t('( e--'that
every nan in Gifs t a i/r wil le wod( come strst 'i/h to ti for t his cl' ot t'ing.
Alach week we twil i// di h a little argwumnt inf ftis h /tt. A/hin
wcek's argument is dir


Why are the lust-d reisewd tn
in (OaneavUlle our patrons?
Why do experts on dress inv
riably buy fro1m us?
The answer is obvious-thl
know what thy want in clot
ing and thir diesriminaLti
tells them we have It.



We'll venture to say that (f t
(jucstioi wer paut to all the ori
eatly--eav rqftd rreason in (0a1in
vifl, inditfdwiall0/ or .oieftilvi
(at to who sdd the hbeat fothin
the imntAuntansewous answer wou
** Why, AMarwo" Erulel,,
o urse1









$pekllh g of ex iorts on clothing, we IPlMTIAIL 0 Qsl
oa # to experts because we buy
Ifro pet- bciloa us Broe u & .Co., of
-*^4li "re. te w sei yfolios'0.u makers
o *'l "B cost -Cloo i I, tbheAtorld ."
A. h. t g.:: ari 0n ii th label a ". i w s

Y.....U S. O t P. t ic u la .... L .


e Atlantic Coast Line

ifve iea via

Trasit and Untrpoesed Servloe
T ,ime .t.a n ot Ap. Il 1 i4Usl

l" AIt- EA

4L AIK" r4VL LJ Arritw From
ttib gtwleip. N.wb.,ry amid iater. 4 'm
O edas Poinut liey
-"a d Too$*, a" 4 'i"W pm

, '. .' . -
,a. '
fc ^^*:1',' ^J^BlM^^^ [ :- **^r- is

i, Sq-

A-vertrusemeawof i 4,,WW

1Ples answer .sidve

DO YOU wartnl I owilnr maohtest
but untUllou ave aeson e lO
mo~ae. Ikeep on d Sbtoe
neeOfle. MIsta6 01 *.DlUUBtei
4eh1=e. SIoonm-hand MOOa"i
prioe. Olt on t addr4 s 4 F. A,
t anens The Vttaer fS a o.,
OtikTeTHilSte. F, 4<-T

'mu,.' WAYS? -EAL

" us




PeHre MtrPrlcs PaId.

415 tsE* '.K,Z C.
S4iA 1%. rWidG"


771 44lin


:++Si l

_ ___ ___ ____~~_~__ ___


-- --


_.L- k AA A A --A, _I

-- -

r~%-11~F1~ r"' JT~ ~ ~L-~_ 1611 -I*ICCI






1fti>cii i


W ANT'I R--elM io eoe barber trade. Years,
saved T'horouithly iy vtonmittatd oourei.
4t"h llUhe 4 tHIN. e.hMhet. (.hlotwo, St.
tnisa, Sat Prraotl0o0. Outth1., Ilduemnwnt
to distritSt S ii.Altfts., b my ses"'0I now.
'T'ook gavel, posltionm waltin. JPlrticulara
namiled,1 M10L, U IA.HIt UiA.Mi,, Now
Orle>i' lt..t.

Mathushek anMos,


lemst vlano for this trying olitmate, aitnda
tune longer than oUaer,, .eonMtrueeAl ot
best materIals, ialt smoSt arteU
worIkmanahlil obt~tnable,
Up to date invorWt
detail andt Ut.

Sold by lite ontiliout)l forw
without a single failure. It yoU
want a piano for a lfetimees
servito buy the
Mathluihe k T
Prirts as low as to conimtmlnt with qUtiilt
CA h or on etsy terw-m, meant on 15 daft'
trial.We payo frelh. Wrlts
tor trieaM 'TotUAV.

Ludden & Bates

Southern Music House,


J'ugs, Beltone$ Pa i PPet,

lBought In CIarW. ItdHold Ian1

(let one of Of r ( Caalues

Baird Hardware o


i, ,


th Benate .:nd H6itue .-Were
BEuy.During the Day.


q*neral Gilchrist of DeSoto Wanted to
,iPayeonded Debt From Indian War
0Claim Fund-Other Important Bills

Acted U pon.
en'^icator Stockton returned from
S J''aoctksonv le Monday with a bunch of
import antbidsa including -one in rela-
| $n' to the offering of sipf cial induce-
'4me Its In the nature or premiums to
i*t iraco trade, or furnishing for a
valuable consideration stamps, tickets
or other devices, and fixing and re-
qt.iring the payment of special license
sfi' of $1,000 to the State, and not less
that:$1,000 county tax, by those deal-
I :g in.or.using .uch stamps, tickets or
other devices or offering premiums,
prizes or other special inducements to
attract trade.
Also, an act for the relief of Joseph
L. Pickett, ad ministrator of the estate
of James A. Pickett, deceased.
"Y Also to prohibit the fraudulent use
Sand willful waste of electricity, gas or
water, and the fraudulent and willful
tampering with or injury of meters
intendedd to measure electricity, gas or
water; also to amend section 1793 of
the Revised Statutes of the State rela-
tive to the right of married women to
.4dlispose of their real and personal
property by last will and testament as
to limit such right under certain clr.-
S Also to amenid section 2O68 of the
R. Revised Statutes requiring the stop-
Pi ng of passenger cars and locomotive
:,ngigneasmt railroad crossings, so that
thtaam w willbe applicable to freight
trains, street cars and street car track
'ro!siigs, and providing penalties for
i a violation thereof.
\ Other bills introduced in the Senate
include: ..
SBy Senator Neel-To amend section
5$ :" ohaptao,, of the Revised Statutes
.relM'0 to, th,,*publio buildings.
0By;:elttor Palmer-To amnud seo-
Ition 1 of chapter 504 of the laws rel-
iiitve t the holding of primary elec-

S y senator Crill-To incorporate the
Palatka and Ocala Railway Company
#";'alnd to oonfer certain powers.
l:li'"By Senator Brown-To prohibit the
plhritg of impure food of any kind on
.tle ,table for consumption by gues tl
Sor boarders Jin any hotel or boarding
house In thi elState.
U- Under consideration of bills upon
theirr third reading the Senate passed
the following measures: Senate bill
to permit the trial of title to land in
replevin, trover and trespass suits.
Senate bill proposing amendments
to the constitutloi making the session
:ofthoe Legislature every four years,
S and the election of senators and rep-
Siresentittives ,n I oilmpliimuce with the
ly ,proposed ehaige.
SSenate sbstlitute for llouse bill to
provide penlsions for the widows of de-
.ceased soldiers and sailors.
SBnate bill to authorize thi Railroad
'| Commission to apply to the Interstate
Coni0omeroe Comnuission for relief in
certain interstate rates.
Senate bill authorizing writs of
1.error and appeals' to the Supreme
C. urt In eivil and criminal cases to be
made roturtable to a day certain In a
pending term of said court, to re 'the advanlmeiintiI of ourtain cases, ettc.
: House bill to amend ai acot relative
to the tho idoe of p.roeudure in cases of
*iiupposed i 1Sityi 3,. req i ring that there
s ahali be two physicians oii each case.
louse bill to aumend sect iotn l0a8 of
2i.ithe Revised Stat t.ltrieselatlive to at-
tHahuimi uent whled ildebt is not actually
T! he Senate this afternoon passed
..t naltor MaoWilliaums' bill requiring
2 the keeping of separate accotunts of
lazes of white and colored, Should
the! btgi pass it will be valuable in conm-
p1*inlaist^tItis, as it will show from
.N .tag s.ioAr the *proort ion ,f taxes
pat4 by both races.
Bef .'33efttore otnpleting bills on third
ending tiheie ate wea t iwtIo exe'cu-
f ives|ii !on ayiter wlyich it adjourninl

s* l .P~r''ce.dings.
^ ^' ibers of tbe House settled (1owu
aymimizing with tho
0in abolnthe caelindar.


;,d i


was devoted to the consideration of
bills on second reading. A sufflient
number were ordered engrossed to
keep the lHoue busy with bills upon
their third reading tomorrow morn,
The House held a two;hours' night
session and considered a number of'
hills on their second reading.
By a Persistent Cough, but Perma-
nently Cured by Chamberlain'a
Cough Remedy.
Mr, It. P. lurbago, a studentt at law
in (Iroenvillet S. C,.had been trotibleA
for four oir five year with a eOuftku-
oue cough wh ih lie say. "grotY
alarmed th, Causing n e to fear that
was in the first stage of eonmumtptiofh
Mr. BVlurbtage, having eet Ch&tat*r
lAin's Cough Rtemedy adverttiswit
-elude to try it. ow readlalI
ayo(s elti. '1 soon flta a ,tWi

,-~--i;---- --;---: --;

Railway Company,
By Mr. Willard of Alaohua--Declar-
lng the town of Bell, Alachua county,
legally incorporated. I
By' Mr. Bullock of Marion-Requir-
ing committing magistrates and county
judges acting as such, to notify wit-
nesses as to place and time of ,fril..
By Mr. Dorman of Suwannee-For
the relief of the sheriffs of the State.
This bill provides that the County
Commissioners of the several counties
are authorized and empowered to ad-
Just the accounts with the several
sheriffs of this State fees for convey-
ing prisoners since the year 1895, and
pay the several sheriffs the balaiice
fuud remaining upon the said account"
for conveying prisoners.
By Mr. Johnson of Liberty-To fix
the pay of members of th0i Legislature.
The bill applies only to members, fix-
ing their pay at $4 a day, and 5 cents
for mileage. Should this bill pass it
would save the State several hundred
dollars, but there is very little fear ex-
pressed on the part of legsilators titat
their per diem will be interfered .with
by this bill.
The House passed the following
Senate joint resolution relative to
the organization of county courts..
House bill by Mr. Hopkins-To re-
quire litigantsa in the circuit courts of
this State to furnish one copy of each
pleading filed by them to their oppo-
nents, or the attorneys or solicitors of
their opponents, and to prohibit the
taking from the clerk's office of the
courts in which causes are pending the
original pleadings or papers therein.
House bill by Mr, Parrish-To
amend chapter 5085 of the Laws of
Florida, entitled an act to provide for
construction and maintenance of
drains by the several counties of the
State of Florida, and to provide for
the assessment of the costs thereof
against the property benefited there-
by, and to further provide for the col-
lection and enforcement of such as-
sessments to legalize all contracts for
drains which heretofore may have
been entered into and assessments
made by the County Commissioners
of any county in the State of Florida
under chapter 4807, of the Laws of
Florida, approved May 8, 1901.
Senate bill by Senator Blount-to
amend section 940 and repeal section
941 of the Revised Statutes of the
State of Florida relating to pilots.
Senate bill by Mr. Blount-To regu-*
late the kind and size of boats to be
used by the bar pilots of the several
ports of this State, and to provide for
the registering and licensing of such
House bill by Mr. Rivers-To amend
section 2248 of the Revised Statutes of
the State of Florida relating to con-
solidation, lease and purchase of
the stock of railroad and canal dom-
Senate bill by Senator MoOreary-
To amend section .1001 of the Rev5qed
Statutes of the State of Florida, re-
lating bo the lonality of suits against
House bill by Dr. Webb-To prevent
the adulteation of tood and drugs,
and i, provide a penalty for the viola,
lon ofthis act,
Hose bill by Mr. Finlayon-To
regulate the bunting of deer, turkeys
and other w,~4 game in Lafayette
count, ,
'House bill by Mr. Jones of Brevard--
To regulate the taking of food fish in
the salt and fresh waters of Brevard
House bill by Mr. Ware-to provide
for the employment at labor by the
County Oommltonors, of any preon*
held in jail under a bailable criminal
charge, but not convicted.
House bill by Mr. Long-For the re-
lief of Mrs. Jemnette Prevaitt.
The afternoon session of the House

TWaO 0a a

TifiARl-T,.A ,: AY 20. 1903

J4. TR.J~,

AooordlBa to Sak esp~, CleojstVS
Pa . Pl red 4 .4!a. ,.. -.e.
In France a gentlemanse :not asnamed
to take hiis wife to see-a professional
billiard game. Frenbhwomen are good
billiard players and llkQ to see all the
fancy, shots toadq b0 profeaSionals as
soon as they I)egin to attract attention.
They re4d the "illiard news In the
daily tLers and subscribe to Journals
published exspetally fd, billidrdlsts.
According to Fi/n1 to peare, Women have
played bliiiat4il, mfoni the time of Cleo-
patra. In 8O 3 .CU. '1 mn4ik,, the Egyp-
tian qumeni ault;wif (harmian to bil-
llards. M:aary, qiuau fiScots, was pas-
sionately t'oivO oft t,~ game. On the
eveuoii p.eedi; x' ution she,
wrope to the ilrrt(.iihopI.of 1Glasgow
that h1w bi iliIrd t:tibeI iitd )eCien taken
away 'froni litr li. n prelimilnary step
to her punlslhiuent. The E ifpress Jo-
s(phini" us.'1eI to rouse Napioleon from
hia gloomy jimo,] l:y n ga1mile of bil-
liards. Adolin.i r'.itti became disgust-
ed with her English table anud had one.
made in New York for which she paid
The efficacy of billiairdl as as inith
restorer is beyond dl '.n:l .I The too-
tions gone through will reach every
part of the body and .p.1rntt i i tV;e, en-
tire system, They eomipl''tely diesel
languor and "that tired feeling." The
tension of the 1uscles4 is t't4 1 eldl the
blood sent In swifter circulittoi though
the veins.
Bee Left the' S a:,e at HIe2*o.
At an auction sale that lasted for
the best part of a week the auction-
eer's throat began to trouble hiim great-
ly, and to save hlinselt as much it as pos-
sible he had one of his employees read
off the number and name of each arti-
cle as It came up for sale. The assist-
ani's pronunciation of such words as
marqueteriee," "'Francols," "Sevres,"
"Delacroix" and "Beauvais" was so
weird that the audience "got on to
him," and all those who were not too
busily engaged in making bids were
reading their catalogues to follow the
assistant's blunders. He met his Wa-
terloo when he started to read "Bronze
and ormolu empire clock, set of three
pieces, supported by Egyptian figures,
chiseled"- And as he came to a full
stop the catalogue readers burst into a.
roar of laughter that was Inexplicable
to the rest of the audience. The word
after "chiseled" which the assistant
,simply refused to have a try at wan
. 4bieroglyphlcs."-Now York Press.
PeeOSlarttles of the COrnatlon.
The peculiarities of the carnation are
such that under cultivation It has been
made to take almost any character as
to color or form of flower desired by
the careful cultilvator. It has been
very popular ,with one generation of
men and equaIly unpopular with the
next. Wbe" iit favor, the towers In-
creased In atze, and the varieties be-
cme numbered by the hundreds, At
one time fringed petals were In great
demand and were secured; at another
the smooth edged petals only found afe-
Two hundred years ago the garden-
ers thought the flowers imperfect if
the calyx did not burst, 'and refractory
flowers were knifed Into fashion's line.
But during the last 150 years tile burst
calyx has been deemed a defect, yet all
efforts to .prevent it in large flowers
have not been wholly successful.
Bslsloe1 BaMeOelqW.
Many eminent nmen whose names ar
household words and who have leit
their inmpres upon the world were
tbchelors, Beethove,. Schubert, Bel-
Mt4, Cinarosa and Donisetti, all great
German musical -omaposers, were
bachelors. John 0. Whittier, our
Amerlean poet, was a bachelor. Kant,
the great philosopher; Eirasmus. the
scholar and philosopher; Lebnit. the
German mathematician; Hmittboldt,
the philosopher; Galile, who discover-
ed the application of thb pendtaulu
and that the earth evolves, Httgen,.
the German astronomer who dlsotover-
ed Saturn's ding and ene ai4tillite; Lel-

T n ed or Lint, aLrge or Simall Quantities.
Advances made. Warehoios charges tree. Firm offers
made by letter or wire. Correspond-
ence solicited.


Jacksonville's Finest



;ULLENS, Owners and Proprietors

- -.- ---- -- -- ---- -- 5

-Retaller& and Jobbers in

Staplean Facy roceries,
ralin, ,Ma See6d and Fertilizers.



Highest market price paid for Ohickens. Eggas and other Praiu-

A Complete took of Hy,. Oorn, Oat Flour, Bran, Meal, Cotton Se,,,
and Rye. We W handle on the ViRY BEST goods at the LOW
A" T PRICM. ai4 gtarantee Satisfaction always.

S 1 t,*l!i .,..,t.i &4 ,her.
", a %P" *-'A ne est 3c e,, i e


'J!41. 1Theytemp rarlli
Don T ake "lls. .
,o t 0 by agitating ,the
bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until the liver
secretes enough bile to make the Intestines .
execute their natural functions. Unnat- v
rural agitation caused by cathartics, compels r
continual and increasing doses to
atta. the results.

acts on the
liver; cures Chills t
S and Fever, and every form of
Malarial, Bilious, Remitting and Inter-
mitting Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the
trouble, works permanent cure.

For Sale by Johnson Bros., Gainesville



---- -----~ ---~-~-~--II-

----j iiii



LJVA-Xf'JJJL4Jl&-J16 --7

big, the cmihe t; Dr, Hahunetami, the
originator of homtepathy#i Dr. FranxA
Joseph Gall, the originator of phrenol-
ogy, and uerleke the inventor of th',
asir pump, were all. baetel4or.

tHere is Aristotle': deflnitioL of a b o-
b)e character: He gdosi ot-reaoil' hl-
iatle; for accurate. t W
CaUM ot o Inj0it a somot oh azcttlaw
of the nagnamnimots s'an, ut be rath*
e ovelooks them. i i'to not to t
tilking o people tor le will noitbt
speak of himseltf'to anybody o1 r
h# does not care trate b' i btnIt sholW
S Pmlsed nor that ot .a shoudo bt

'. t --l..t.gar Suit
Sulth-I hear thot thI oal a
aA come into a lae ttt: .
W. C: iaaN Oh, _____ i -:_ .






a to CUre Dyspepsia it Taken In
sw fn least Quanltles.
A physician has called attention to
the use of water not only as a remedial
Sand therapeutic agent, but also as a
*iiechanical agent, in the treatment of
Certain foryns of dyspepsia, especially
those forms characterized by a fulupess
i :ii the, left epigastric region, with fre-
q*lent eructations of sour or acrid mat-
'ter, accompanied/by loss of appetite,
Insomnia dad a mental condition close-
ly allied to melancholia.
Let the patient drink from one to
three, pints of water one hour before
each meal and then comfortably seat
himself In an easy rocking chair and
rock backward and forward for half
an hour. The rocking will agitate the
Water In the stomachh. wash the walls
completely, detaching ally mucus that
lay be adhering and dilute and mix
the contents thoroughly. By this means
absorption will be more rapid, and as
a consequence the skin, kidneys and
bowels willlact more freely, eliminat-
Ing from the blood uric acid and all
effete and deleterious matter, while the
stimulus of the water will cause the
stomach to contitlet and gastric juice
to be secreted in such quantity as to
cause digestion to go on uninterrupted-
ly and painlessly.- 'armnn and Fireside.
A Hlitorle Lemon.
IWho ever thinks of connecting such,
a commonplace article of diet as the
lemon with the romantile history of ill
fated Anne Boleyn? Yet indirectly she
was the cause of its first Introduction
into England and so into popular no-
tice, Henry VIII. gave such splendid
feasts and pagenuts in honor of the
coronation of Anne and of their previ-
ous nuptials as had seldom been ac-
corded to queens of the blood royal.
These kingly entertaliftuents were In
turn followed by the great civic feasts
of Lonflou, for which the whole world
was searched for delicacies to add to
thA splendor.
At one such banquet, graced by the,
presence of .the royal pair, a lemon
waq introduced as tin elegant novelty.
To #jn epicure such as Henry the ac-
quiiltlon of a castle in France would
have p oed. less acceptable, and such
'Was the inm ortance attached to the
overy-so says an old biographer-
a special record was made of the
,that the cost of this precious lem-
was slx sliver pennies!
Birdlike Reptiles.
||^ he most birdlike reptiles In the
ld are the beautiful Iguanas of
'lcal Ammerica. The smallest meim-
of this family, belonging to the
us anolls, swarm In Mie bushes and
s of the 'West Indies" and In many
onts resemble humming birds. Gosse
S"A Naturalist's Sojourn In Jamal-
*" gives a vivid description of thpm.
On a bright day hundreds of these
Ibrilllantly colored creatures may be
,seen on trees and fonevs, entertaining
-..,,visitors by their gambols, leaping from
branch to branch, fearlessly entering
F: houses and even alighting on indlvidu,
ala. When irritated, they will sudden-
Sly change their brilliant colors for a
dull, sooty brown.
Analogous to these, but not nearly so
graceful, are the flying lizards of the
old world. With hinder ribs prolonged
to support a parachute-like expansion,
these brightly marked reptiles are dft.
ten mistaken for birds as t ey take fly-
|ing leaps from tree to tree,,'fer they are.
thoroughly arboreal. '
assn Bkldan Dne to i|gsestslon.
"There seem to be fewer baldheaded
men than there were years ago," sald a
Physician. "Time was when for out
of five men more than forty-five yearn
Sold were baldheaded or tast approach'
ing that stage. Nowadays tbhe average
fas fll-n nearer to two than to thsee.
"What's the cause? I suppose there
Share manny reasons. bhft one certainly Is
Sto le found in the general increase of
Outdoor ex.ri'se. Nervous disorder
result in the falling out of the hatif and
Impaired digestion brings on pervous
I, disorderS. exercise, as is well Iknown.
t mulntKes digestilonr. and there above-
all else I, the secret ot presrvlnes the
hair. Ke-p .your digestion in good coO-

dition and your nerves will nt trouble
" you. All the scanit diAse.ase n -, cata*
. loguwe a re st responsible for a many
baldi-, ti H nS lhiuiigevt' on.t'

A Story of tielgasiLot.
:I'r Xail wc-cii a lrmg way with "rig,.
*|*'*..nW-. ,ne --v,,n'. < at rr'I; r tSA i. N lw
York t!1" tv ..-..Ira dowti their at i
strmnip'n.ts aw o ie nm and am applauded
his s;i. t o n ft. (a ,tttd% ts1ng long and
'vlgtrmit..y". 11o; ww'4 ri',at pileasd ad.
Si.adv.ii-t-'- t. ,, f,,.,;i 7it5 with many
t*o 1* 0.1 Vt'4 Of mu'ttt. titatt. aidz
'*Gti'e'1-" a i, '4l t.'el after: the

WW)*ern-' vp8 1it at. Tb
ally. f W't,. ty )l
',|;^a, lA^ t ,,. ,., **, r(o t i~- er ; .;,;



41dtsiU of KIdy tv f

aobe Taert leisaseOravel* U E1
Srop1.Female Troubles. VV

Don't become discouraged. There is a'
for you. If nesseary write Dr. Feouer, i
ie Its spentt a life time curing Just suclI
cases asyours. All consultations Free.
"Eight months in bed, heavy backachle,
pain and soreness across kidneys, also rhieu.
matism. Other remedies failed. Dr. Fon-
ner's Kidney and Backache Curo cured me
completely. II. WATERS, lHamlet, 14. Y."
Drugglsts.50Oc, l,. Ask for Cook Book--Free.
ST. VTUS OANCE n D ,or ..Wrd Fdnuli.

r 1 1III- -- -" ---- --4,

[Successor to Selaler& AIdermail
Over Dutton & Co's Bank. alinesville
'Speotl attention to Orown and ridAe wo
Phone 70-.



Graduate Baltim ore College ltental Suriory
Five years' experlenoe hi New York City,
Crown, Brdge work and Ftlltiug Speeialttes.
OrrlC It RN SL eMBuL. G(4n~V.LL,. FLA


South Side Squasre. isinesville. FIt

Barnes Block, ueross the all from Smitlh's

UAuNI tVU,L, F**'. ttRA.
SDealer in ro a& tateo T'li roughlyy posted
Swith every se oton of land In .\Ikcliwks tounLy.
11ow040 tVrty dt'YiLy. Y il'M i 111 \1 o llr Ibe. Keep youl . ..-..... ....
towels opn, antlbo w el. ore, i t i npeoi D M EY
eit hli biC i" Iill.1-ofi.o , ss Is tl ( ,isrou.t 'Ti0 1 ,ootv t111 Jt
kA, .. wsi o st l'|'I* .t ZN\y o f Rt 'c il; i Lia t ho b o w e l t
clear antd .tu3cFt 5 ti t ok FURNITURER RP 1 \ lllD
CANDY andMade N'- .
We buy or sell Frnitutr. or oatn eoontrnat
with you on the oomuntiilot lisN. 1 'strounige
solicited md satlatuctiO &I alNo ,,.
Ieasnt. -S'ii t op,. [t t, Tis Iteu sa. I Go
Never Hicktu, Wo&ken. *>r or ip N Xt. wid bfscO a1'1,. rt r I s tl Ageut for DBCOORATORI \VAI. I, \1AI'ISR
,a t "i A u ,rs",s"i ", I "" COMPAN-Y, New 'Irr.
flrT.UXQ UNi)iy uroMPASY. CIIIIOO or 33W N vooi- N 'or
Use Big41 for unnaturattl duTNES T
dowisbeff irritations or ulesoratitb I
as16 t1414r. of maacoou miembranes. T ksonni1l Florida
SPaie. ansi n ot tra. Jaockonviee. t nlooraa
N A CE A r. gont or pnlosaous.
iN ,0"ATj "aid b, y Vblruists,. 4-8-02
3,r+ \Aj, or' nt I. pIni U rWrapper,
1111 - t. or 0lea AFo B.ELVEDIRIEK,,
Oiroutlar sent on requM_. C
WM. SCHILLER. I'roirletor.
CTO TH UT L 182 W. Forsyth at., Jacksonville, Fla.
TO TIHE UBLIC. ppolto.Poli..,.
We, the undersigned, hereby agree --
to pay $1, 000to any manufacturer of Best, dining place in city. Fine
paint who can show, by similar tests, Wines, Liquors al.dCigars.
any paint standing upon any,.-metal WEST N .
surface as perfectly and for so long a TH WEST EM.
time aS our FINE WINES, LIQUOitS & CiaARS
We guarantee, GRAPHITE ELA.S- 3iast W. Bay st. Jacksonville,
TIC paint to contain notar, rosin, a- --
phaltum or any of the products of Faust beerbotthl(ud-drtllnti. Don't
petroleum, and when .. applied to anyifll to .al| w ,. -a 1- vill.
surface according to our direotione to'
wear perfectly for a period of five 'W HEN IN JACKSONVILLE
years, and we agree to furnish, free of -- Visit the--
charge, all paint necessary to repaint THE CRYSTAL SAI.0N AND ROOF
any surface where it has proved de- Q.ARl)UIIN,
festive. Signed, T4e bet iquors in the city. tnter-
The National Pailot and Varnsh Co., tainmet every. night at Roof Garden
Cleveland. Ohio, U. 8, A. i l

We take pleasure in announcing that
we have secured control for Alashoa
county for the sale of the celebrtted
known as Uncle Sam paint.) This
palit has the highest endorsement.l for
,ti.ran d iron roots and all exposed
T. F. THO1AH H. & .8. CO.,

N I o



Complete, tok of Furm.*
ture, Stov s Heaters,. Do
me ic Sw ng Ms ohxie. ete

Quiek Schetala to .... "


T iit, Ii.4 ard Al) iiM ;*'


^l?1' ^ ^ ..^^-..-L'.:; *1 .*l It



A. A uaas' loses as4 Manager
G... a sfMlio, .

Ni And's Saloon and Cafe
Poksonville, FIlh4a

SMetobantLwunch fram to o2p/in.
B rtb $,.yUekbesher, a (. .
Spewted Wrberer Be em DPmraght

8ah F!is.; Chol, Olne htiin season,
tI osdir. 'Pool, i$illfhlai, Nowling
AlMh 80W,. iBay at




Er.rrivtT VJANUARY 14. 13.

No. 20 No.33 No.34 Between Jacksonville and New York No. No.31 Ko*
7 5a a 1 21 n 8 4 5a. JL. .-Jacks.ville. Fl a .. So. Ry........... .. Ar 6A 6 '140'p
S 4 i 19 0 n Lv. Jesup. a Ga ....... ....... Ar
0t) H 9a 3 0 ih v Ar. tolu bin ............. v. 1. 1 1 !0
9 rh ta iU.S t n1 ) Ar. htharlot t, N, o. ............. .. .v, p l p
12 bo p U43 11MM Ar.-(4reensboro, N.C, ., ,..... ... ...l.. v. 45 W [ W
3 (M 3 1 if W A 4a 1 Ar. alit1vll t, VAR . ..... ....... V. f690 to its y
. ..... 0US &I Ar, ol .V ....S. 0 ..... ... .... ,. 50 p
t4 11t h 7 M)a .1Ia Ar. lnrulttesvi.i Vas . ..Lv. 1) 1 M t p
(110 l < 1W0 7 Ar. WnC hlir o nt t lle, VIu.. .............. v. I tV 1 a i t 0
| llW p V %I it U t4 Ar. INtlthiliore. M1 .. ,. ...... ..... ..IV. 1 t061 #A si a 1i .
pj I I't p :W I A A\r. I'hlladqlf Nhitd, It.... ....... ....(.. 1.. v. i
W l 3 Ii 41 Ap r.P 'l New Y ,orkl .. P.. .........-....... t Il ,.i
I (. nd 32 sotitt"l'10111tht'n.isalititmiutaed. ot1141 vestiLieq train of Piullinan drtiwlTW
roomi, om. oshitett. \'l>>, ,tinose, tobs litelrvtiotln ditl1 dlnint earst bitwetn Jaokaonville ana
New YVork. Arrive -sdaly i,'x'ept Mlinitli.ys: leacver dtlly except Stindan'y.
Nos., :3 asn dlUntng ear'is betweOn .Iksiollus 1 i0 n< l Ne'w York. Coiahesi between JteksonvtilOe aniu Wash-
itsttoti. l is0ly.-
' Nom. 2h )i\ 10 "WtisiIhIon and l"iosltha .luatited," lutinmasn d awtlag room isliteeltir oarst
iietwIo ,nol ears iOWt'iw n t'olunslmistt in 5 5wl-hni" ton. P()at,.

No. K)
"TM"I P l.v".
laJ I I v ....
11 5. ) As
1 si) I A r
S3? A r
(4 tul Ar.
n(, Wsat l ;t,

'TnImti ti e "'aind of the iky." N. s
l k. -sonvill'.i lI'1. . .. .......Ar. it
Savautn ii a ......... A, Ry Ar. 1h 0
...!*ls t.s. s t' . .. Wt, l .. . L. Lv. 49t0
.A tse tlue. N. ( ... o. ty .... 4
llit .Spisnu%, N C. So. lIv. 'Lv. iS 0
i (t t oxi\IiI, Tohl,).. .... SO. y .. .. . ,V 4 '.
tirus vlnt s ii tsd tuss,'8 1. .sei''lng 01y Dle we.0i0 ilttu lks l iViivt lt>t ii

No.KI No.S1 B'twe1 n(I4lkli. a i o an Uiuilhoie Niirth aniid itV st I No, No.6
I> 10 at 7 44 .v. .iAok.s vlle, 'lt o. t .. ..... .... Ar. lit 1 p
IWI Oti i'" -10 l .lem st, ( .. .. ....... . Ar' W1') p1)
ai Nl p t1 t.1 \i A r'. .\i'slus l>,e .... .-.. .. .. v I it) I 1x5
m'0 410 n A A i ttlit,0di4 V ... . ..... . Ln. I, 1 p0 10 it 1
N t n 7 !w ) A r. I tl. t .. . .. .. .... .. I
S41) at 8 I Ar. Il).
A1 tA ) f IvS. !kis(' oilH ltCo1t.t .. t n a n Lv. 0t 1 a Oi
It> 1 6 a Ar, l.<'ttstl .. iii >\ ls. l t;ar ,- . . i~v 810 ) pI H i>I

7 ft 7 U) a r. A tu.ivel nltuo .... .... .... u ,l .e .. .... .. .. .. liv, 1 40 i at
S.1 It1 t II ArIe. (hiaotl Il .t I tu. ,'miri. t o o. ......... tAv, Ar. ti it)i
S M0 At "1 p l irv. 1'lsil't lo. itl00hi .... ? i.Sl M A .. . .. .. Arv t t l 1 O 4
so Oha ttH 8n" i aIne. t, ltl oino ne , )... .vI'i. rl'hh itunall. lito .. II. & 1. M t1 .ent... .. .. A Ar. v (WC a'. M 4 ) p
fsl 1' 3 50 l A r. T oledt,. titi ,io " . ........ I.. i i 4' I, ii
V 5 a 7 iM At, I)etrolt. MN tlti ,.. .. k Lv, lot .) 1,31
a st LO" p v. 1lt. v l ini ttnl.. .i..o i..1'i'i in. .h i .'W .. .i. iAr i ta 1 Pt
) tw pi 5 M a Ar, I'i.tllrt I' ..... Lv. m ti pI A O .)1
I 41 s) tj l p 1 l) v. itln.lsit sitl, tIh14t ... Iig I tI a .. I, .A 0 U) I T a S 1
kA > 14 B b it AI l 7;"A' ia F 31 p l.v, 14Xl1&tfhItiI, KC . S. N Io v A 10. ..At. t1):3 l1) 7 .
I0) 1t ` 1 \ Ar. Loilhvhlle,. ry .... .. ... lv. t4 7
732 it Ar .. ,osi, Mu ...... T,v. 1)00 4 1t4 "
. .. ... pn .W l, Lexiti oni ts y .. 3l. ltsv .. ... r 4 ...
S Ar.l.v, sou l ll. . 'n l .. Lv, 1 ) .......
N IM. r itlid 1 "t'Cl!oatt i imi|l l lotl'r tSI I fpetliAl." MolltI vo lunl ('iolmtints tl. Arl-vea dli 1 r eoutit Mtoiidltvc; liottvan datlyl oxmsipt, attdits ''iwisl iullssil,'
drutw issg aitbt.i Aleiptlnir ourto 1l. (ileawtgsi, vin Itug Fsotr to (.lltsa>ndld vl Isl't )lt'iitr t t'I'ltitiltric
vial W'tl'lnva nints t lis tic, i l|t ir rv k ir aolN. tear to.' Losvti1s1il. 1,lu'1t-oli" )I itooslsitotfitr*' 4elnah
to ("llt tuiiifitm I lialitng P1Itliiatsi dlt iateilg li rkt o to l trolt,,,
NONII ill ti d 4 -"'l i'ui T o |' tsis l ,tult 'tl," S olid va tll, ivnt tl rkltr l.ln 1'tlli vull lt itI'Wlrl v n tl i lN itp-
In iaitrit, i tlrst-olim tliuiror ili lts i noeloi<'('l it*ll t i *i"g >In1 i)1 ltitw1n 4ithk,.oiMttileri asut( ()iiA.on-
Rlitt1.. 'Tlir' tis lit llum 1 lls riai tsInts lg m room lt i plisug Ie .t o- tto Chliiotialo vli1. 1, II. A 1 -Mi.rlltl IllatiWit
l)ttlea o iy(t l.'e;(fl.Iviv>ilt /iihes. Iittlly -
No.6 No lust lll<( 11< ,iltiMut-ll ail Kanbasi CRity No.14 N.(
-t1 t v' 7 ?>'. w. L. v .. I"it : iiiv l, li t. . So .. I A r | ..... .A M i .
t1901 ) to I j Lv. J ,t :. Ar i 7i I ft )
'i I j Iik o ArI. ilm o It, I. (, ; i I 1 ) p
is 0 ) t f, 1 Ara A t, l tiit (lit -(: .ti tl It p l i t
31ta 11 ,t A-. I llutihush lshu. M a -, 1 i I" ll p
.... mIpM Au M >i-tst t.t s. l '.i In-. l'ri''( 1,v S It l .. ..
.. .. s t i Ar. Il iis 11t's v t IVfi li) 1 ) p .

.. .. s p l.v. M ireg, hli r Totl
i 0 n3 Ar. 1rA M.rI S5#S rin Ark
I io 1;3 i dl 1-4 "'ltThe Pl,)h'1i,1 I lM n lo Pl il!'nif n driw liait r
Jl-k4'' ujN It s r Ii Kims m. t'i I l' ingt v.s-. Ditily
nin)iu ear*ng rw. Atily I nisy Ticket Ag,!ni f or ltem
D F. ,lt, A Iis. ksiw. Agr., IN W. Waiy

A I. Si EAV. I'reSWnOli


Ar a s | ....
I,v 7a p .. ..1 p
rn',i us sloi inM vtr. hetw e .::'
rvatlot ;.
nt., Jwksonvilllo,. Via.

T1:1 i it Ol O


i i I I I II I I l [ .. . .. . .. .. .. .m . .

0o. W. 11r*s4 VIen.l'rouldd'rsI


';* ** *:U~iSi'^^^ ..

.--I- --_.-.- --i II ---- --- -- --- -. --3-L-3-j-_--i-I--T- -~-r --~-----~ _

.-- ,_l-l- .. ..- - ~ U C

___~_L ~, .~i- ;r.ii.. ;; i..;l.~. -- I i -



. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .' ":. ;."''''., ,' .' ..

9 . ...i '

,' ''... l, .

'i "


| nnpll~llll


vptt444d What is Qoing
Fo4si hv #hort Paragraphs'
Be Wh@ Plans May Read4'

A R111.T -

bout those


|, B of' Higi Springs was in,
S p ltineasss yesterday.
trawbrg, where he will' try
ing for a few days.
hIahs is expected home to-.
A s isaranunah, where he has
r the past few days on profes.

t ilimer, a conductor on the
0 OAt-.Liae, who operates s
lietween .Lakeland an gh
as n the 'lty yest rds.
0, M.. Eatoan of Oeasa,. one of
11. ol14 o' popular bllcord yankers inn
i employ of the Atl4ntif Coast Line,
SI n tlhe lty for a few houri yes-

..v. L R. Lynn of High ..Springs
:d1t0rougb the city yesterday en
ft to Palatka, where he has been
to the pastorate of the First
ysrlan church.
yoP, 1 hot6 and .. tired:. order
Stht ius t'sherbet 'or 'e
om Msn. 'Phone 171. All
S l^ receive "prompt attention iln
er of deli .very
o to IM. Mason's aid get a popy
SPrite @,ne s :on.i Drougless
ngand SelfH ealI a Price, o0
.very.r-family s*hoold
V ,Ore. OQ t .
Wod Stt age.n of. the
OuArmor Car Zhne, fterol I business
rip to this city reit ed to O0ala
yesterday. M',t r.-p hdird s man
friends here who regre t his transfer to

,; b lne, ser nd 4, "Q ksey of; t.

averdeement of athe Thom ^Une* 0
herse wherein this ins it,
the copnt capital a visit a
C ,apt W. M. leudd, *5is l ez
Of the Atlantic Coastn- iac$r.pEwte4
Iyete dayrfordS. .terWs t ooBpi lal
Atwherie heon s ald to the petha the of
advertisement oft 4hc oas Under-
taking Company, which appears else-
*where in this issuo.
Rev. tI B. Holloy expect. to makO-
his departreI today for White Sprint0,
water will prove .beneficial to his rheu-
matisna. *' -
Mrs. W.CO C.olwell o High Springs,
was in the city yesterday-. Se.was
en route to North Carolina, iirr old
home, where she will recuperate for a
few. weeks, .
itev. W. J. Carpenter, one of the
most eloquent and impressive speakers
In the State, will address the people of
itwberry on the local option question
Thursday evening."
'J. r. Endel was among the dalnes-
ville folks who took advans age 'Lf the
excursion rate to visit New Orleans
and the Confederate Veterans' ReI-
union. He departed Sunday.
When you want a pleasant physic
try Ohanbierlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. .They are easy to take and
pleasant in effect. Por salad 'by all
druggists and medicine dealers.
W. A. Lindsay of Jennings Lake,
who is attending the East' Florida
Seminary Normal has returned from
s brief visit to hiIs home,. where he
went on asoount of indisposition.
Single young men will find the
coxiest furnished rooms at the
Brown House Annex, 75 cents per
week to $2, Also several rooms for
light housekeeping. Apply Brown
House office.
The Atlantio CoastLine offers a rate
of $12.,15, Gainesivlle to :0ew Orleans
and return, May 18th to 21st, inclusive,'
with limit returning May 24. A final
limit to June 16th will be extended by
depositing ticket with agent at New
Orleans and paying the customary
"peolal fee. d-lw

thlo Brick 0It, Special prices for this week: 1000
Among the prom .in young men yards figured lawni s o, regular price
*2W Iing^ thewcitf op lrsTlarof land 12c, m1000 yards figured lawns
1 i4o", reT lar price 8S; dozen white
t who i the guest of Josep Me qults a re9 War price $1.25 ;8000yards
.,:Arthvr for a few days, Mr. Islar Is brown sheeting 46, regular price 5o;
atW ew'ith- his fathe, in the prao- 10doti nladles'hosel., re lar price
26o 15 doIen ladh Is'hosef13
of law in' the Brock Oity, and re- lar proe200; G. W. Hydsei r
lar ice 0. G,', W., H.'d*o li'
o ilep success The friends of M: 04iddltgs, who had'
W.Z ToHenry of Perry, after several the misfortune to rmoeeve a stroke of
"sysipent in this city seouring data paralysis Baturdtay,wi.ll11i gratified to
pgardlng the government lands from learn that his 'onditlon l slightly ima.
e records of the United States land. proved. The -'plient suffers no pain
|oee' returtied to his home yesterday. whatever, but haA lost to a large ex-
o: aintClopates the establishment of tent the control tiof hi right limbs, It
af~ bstraot office at Perry. is to be limped that he will soon be out
The'atreet committee are to be oon. again.
gtulated upon the work being done Mr. Joseph Pominville of Stillwater,
ton the streets under the direction of iMnn., after haitg spent. over $~,000
with the best doe(ors for stomach
Wrvisor Davies. The thorough- trouble, withotA relief, was advised by
414s aboit the square have not only .hj tgdruglt. M. Ale., Richard. to
beenm repaired, but Mr. Davies has been ty a box of Ohamberlaln'i Stomach
eitGkged for tie past to days cleaning ver T ablo Hedid so, and I
p. the ami. This. in appehraa 4iu 01i- n toay' If tOubled with An.
r41190iub s Itute'n.the moith,
nakoka big I improvement. lapk of appetite or :onstlp.teon ge
i ..0o0Slln, oih of the clever rep. .etaintovi -e t ^ie it
resoutatives of the Armur'Cat Ins the eslt le t w box
arrived in the oity yesterday aid "wml by alldruistg and meditine dealers
remain here through the' remainderof We aokwow pe an agreeable call
the season. Mr. *eesin; i regarded, yesterday f ,W Fietding wo iai
tas one of the most cessful an .mst in the itd stlbuting handsome fold-
competenptt men, In the employ .f this et i adverse ,n the Continental Hotel
6grant combine. He ,, pomessed of O atAtlnticA1 l eadh, Floridas largest
itature which will 'Iake friends for nd most modern summer sort hotel.
lkiml wherever he may be 'elied. Mr. VAFieldlA g stares that the hotel
=on, SydI, .. artr .e.d will opeaton the- ev6enl of the 18th
day for Jaoksonv1ile, where be will M' t. It w lltis sIasemont under the
attend the .1t niltd States court. ""ev ie !malagemnt of Ja. P. Vilnng.
it a people of this bity expect to mn oeft 'toa popular and widely
tSteir depart.ttre today, as the .oase in I I' oe fL in the Stte. Thei
wligh N. A. Callson it flaurmig as 4 dem o t e be a placed very reason,
ftndant will be brought before tite abl bing front 12 to $17.80 per week,
iat"rt tomorrow. Mr. Oalleson's friends with a vieW of attresi6 g a large num *
ate manifestlng a deep intitest in the br Of ll-wtdo Flatoda folks for the
ease, which they declare Is nothishg .eason
tmore than a plan of persecution, and SIMONSON'S SALVE ID IT.
frakly speaking, an attempt at "lg
illg.Efected a Permmanent Cur. When
Marous Endel, the clothier ad gent- Twlv *octo aHad Failed. e
tliman's outfitter, has a change of ad- B. B. Virlingiof, oiw0doaMiss, untt.r
rtlsemenoutt it this issue to which di of April 21, 1908, writes:
the attention of our readers Ia "..1-Simonoat, GalnessvlleFla.:
especially inaited. This old reliable )ear Si I Wrtke to express" my
tir has been established in inett t for yo w
Ville for so long that the niume ias be. frta wh at a suffered eat ys'
copaea household term in every tfam-,j te y ea we lve doctor l'
l, in Alohua county. Mr. Zudel been. orkg on the 10t dUrial this
handle the celebrated Srhluie B rs. t1te but Ytiliod to effect a Oure. Ye I
)pi inslo ,tng. wlidehs claimed t l i' tewr n apile
,to none. Th ood ae had bttn ertrated,
ooeext sa otisfaion,' and it will cah t re and now I at4
*2i, E In ... eas. r to .! showyo entilrl. csire to Walk, .with-:
B ig K+ t^ 1"' i .....'*j8""1.*:!'-.*..**"l:0ut tiSA :*r.. t .etl~t w to w .

*v. ; ##i. ar vie *eot .rd i4
brief biinies* trip toJabkiwmavl. F

opertor ao *taradisO was aegs th
bnsitse4 vitoris to this e'ity' h ytSeda
e,::.3 "lo^g Hands *'of the .eby
ta c h will meet at he i-
dence 'of. Mrs. J. 1)D. Striaggellow]
Wednesday afternoon .t 4 o'elock.
Capt. A. ,P l, Hon. W. G. RObinson
aind L. 0. Lynch of the United States
land office are attendingtbe ses lon of
the United States .court at Tallahas,-

P. Setser of that sprightly paper,
the High Uprings. Hornet, passed
through the,; cty, yesterday on rotate
home rom Jacksonville, where he has
been on business.
Hon. M. DesRochers of Jackson-
ville is at the Brown House. He re-
ceived many tokens of sympathy over
the sad death of his wife, which oc-
curred in Jacksoenville Saturday. Few
men to this State are better known or
more universally popular than Mr.
The pupils of Mrs,. T. Denby will
give their annual concert to their
friends at the Seminary Hall tomor-
row evening. An elaborate program
has been ranged for the occasion,
aml no pal gawill be spared by Mrs.
Denby and the members of the class to
make the.evening a pleasant one.
A. Ahrens, who has for the past few
months been employed as a carpenter
in the.big mill of the Michigan Lum-
ber Conmpany,,Otter Creek, has arrived
in the city, and will spend a few days
with his family. Mr. Ahrens states
that the plant of this concern is an im-
mense one with a tremendouscoapacity.
He is well pleased with hi. position.
We acknowledge an agreeable call
from A. S. Hutchinson, formerly of
this city but now of Tampa, who ar-.
rived yesterday. Mr. Hutchinson has
been engaged in the furniture business
at Tampa, but recently disposed of his
business to accept a position as travel.
Ing salesman for lcArthur & Sons,-
pianos and organs, savannah. His nu-
merous friends here were glad to *el-
come hinm to his old home.
The furniture and household goods
of Mr. and Mrs. W. B, Phifer are be-
ing packed, preparatory to thqir re-
moval to .Noeatee, .DeSoto county,
where Mr. Phifei owns one of the
largest and mo inmagnIfteent orange
groves in the State. It will be re-
membered that a few weeks ago he
paid his partner, % P. Watkins, the
handsome sum of t$0,x00 for his pro-
portion of a half Interest, which passed
the titles into his ful1 possession. 'Mr.
Phifer is now at Noqatee and his wife
expects to make hI4 departure in a few
days. They will be greatly missed in
society circles here.,
Harvey Me ormack, who recently
won the scholarship at the United
States Naval Academy in a competi-
tive examination at Tallahassee, has
received official notice of the award
from Hon. Stephen BR Mallory, in-
structing him to appear at Annapolis
for further examination Tuesday, Jnie
a. The report shows that Cook of
iTalltahaMee wa seleted as first altesr
nhate and Whitner of Sanford second
alter nate. In the avent that Havey
ails to pass further examinations the
honor would fall to these young men,
respectively, but his friends anticipate
nothing of this .oherater,. : *: ". *
World Wide.nrtation.
White's "0Cream :,Vermituge h*ias
ehieved world wide 'eputation as
being .the best of ,lUwon. destroyers.
and for if tonjo Itfileuen onl weak and
unthrifty childreal, at n eutralises the
acidity or sotrness of4te stomach, im-

proves their digesio, and assiila
tion of food, st 14"tbns tlir nervous.
system and really 'ttem. to the:+
.health vigor or- elstWity of spirited
natu o chbid d e6 at Johnson

Attention, Il D. :'
WKirby Smnith r poler, United
Daughters of the a. federaoy, w4il
hold4 its regular hiatoiano. noting at
theresldence of Ms. L Hf. Alderman
at 4 o'lock Thu"A*y &ft*enon. A
full attendance of memeI is adihed,
M* a. M H Olrtl( Ptea'O
M Tiisty.n B5law*," ....@

There 'is & aosetjignd trt feeling
the liver, bowels sa idney becosse
lugg". and I''
IimpiAired, with li no appet no
ambition for td ng
that the whtle I
etow ta he
,n koWiu4 r,. the rr+ + uu i
Ms oa llw*Ar.

wAs Ii

R MOat$pFiotaIa UProdtuc-
tioin ver d s n iQeavill.

Sixty Characters, Old, Young and Me-
dium, Were on the Stage, and Everyf
thitgi Pa*sed Off in a Most Enthusi-
astic and Enjoyable Manner.
The Land of Nod has come, but not
The stage of the opera house last
qight was filled with the .beauty, in-
telligence and talent of Gainesville'
Sixty persons, great and small, among
whom it is not invidious to say the six
little Sleepy Heads were the most
beautiful of all, perfomed the cperatta
of the Land of Nod to perfection.
This beautiful little cantata portrays
the visit of the six little Sleepy
Heads to the Land of Nod, and tells
of the wonders thai they saw there.
The stage is crowded with goblins,
fairies, brownies and child lore char-
acters, who each come to visit the
King of Nod and pay their respect at
his court.
- The Sun tomorrow will give listof all
the characters, but we have only time
to say at this writing thnt Mr. Tyner
and Mr. Burnett. were inimitable as
the Old San Man and the Jack o'
Dreams, respectively. The six tittle
Sleepy Heads .rought down the house
with a roar of applause when they woke
up and gave their recitations. The
Dreams and" the Fairies crowded the
high ladders in the front ofthe stage
and the most 4aputiful spectacle im-
aginablle with their striking costumes.
The children sang their choruses most
beautifully, while the recitations of
all the, dreams were done well nigh to'
perfection. The pages and the croqn
bearer preceded the grand entrance
of the King and presented one of the
most effective features in their beauti-
ful little costumes of the entire per-
The musical part of the program
was on a par with the reSt 'f the per-,
formance. ,ach one of tlhe numbers
was notably good. Misses Richards
and Canner were delightful in their
viipuo 4ueti Whle Mr, F. M,. Dale, a
newI aWquisition in the musical cir-
lese of Gainesville, delighted every
odtly with his rilh 4nor voice. The
overture to '"The Barbler of Seville"
was played by bMesdkmes Gray and
Beeker and Miss Ida Burkhim. Each
of these ladies re artists ip their pro-
fesion, aiand nothing better than the
rendering of this great classical over-
ture has been heard in our city for a
long timte. We shall have time and space
tomorrowtto note a great many more of
the characters who did equally as well
as those we have now mentioned..
The play was given under the super-
vi6o th of Mre. 'ohl Gray, to the un-
t irg efforts of whom its great success
is largely due. The Woman's Guild of
oly 0 Trinity churh co-operated and
rendqerad most valuable asmistance.
The operahouse could not accommo-
date the people who wished to attend,
and tonight the place will again be
crowded to the doors.
Oures When Doctors Fall.
Mrs. Prank Clhlasson, Patterson, La.,
write June 8th, 1901. "Ihad malaria
fever' in very bad formt, was under
treatment by doctors, but as soon as I
stopped taking their med oiine the fever
wo ild wetrn. I used a sample b.itle
of teirine, found it helped mtoe. Then
bought two bottled, which completely
o e. I feel grateful to you for
furnishing such a splendid medicine,
and can honestly reqommead it to
these suffering from malaria, as i will
sorely oir them." Herbine 580o bot-
te atJohnson Bro.

low t Nionnopte, Ma y l5.-- Trk..
a olabecTtia observe much reseryoe te
ardtla detalh ot thie oghtnx wh.ic
oecwret 4dntng the adsance of the
Tarkish twps t on tpet Albanyi, w
was qomrpetA May It. Several hen.
heAW beea teiled or wotided. Thle

ta their Af4et11y and readines to
i4*0tathe tbeaurea for the

For Thoa*,Who IL.tIV on Farms
halve inq Blaid' Snow Liniment;
aways teeomses d It to my friends, at
ass f thee tis o better made.
sa"4.. nThoe* wheo
'.t 1w
..+. .i m


WI ,

JUST, Cv '
New Lot Fancy Wt itGoods
16, 30,-S, 88,0d..

New Shirt WWait liLL

Embroide,. ronts
for Waits ,
S N:ovelty nens
For Skirts and Jacket ulfes
Warranted fast tolors.
Linen Waist Patterns.
Nqvelties in Neckwear

Special Values in 5
lOc Goods.'





. ,


Fall line of FINE CAS-
ROB ES, etc. All funers.

al supplies up to date. .
Hearse and carriages,
furnished when desired.

Personal attenti6 4)'(:
all business in this line'e.;'
Orders by mail or tele-'
graph promtly attend :
ed to.


--... --- ,o o ,-se o res oT i nThree
Games With All-Ouban Team.
As a baseball town it begins to look
like Jacksonville is not in it, notwith-
standing that the association of that
city hais exercised great care in the
selection of a team for the coming
?The season with the real thing was
opened in that city Saturday, when
Jacksonville met the All-Cuban team
for a series of three games. The re-
sult of Saturday'e game was 4 to 2,
Sunday,s game 8 to 1, and Monday the
Jaeksonville team again went down in
defeat before the OCuban aggregation
in a score of 7 to 8.
Kennedy pitched the games of Satur-
day and Monday.
The X-Rays.
Recent experiments, by practical
tests and examination with the aid of
the XRys, establish a fact that
atarrh of the mac isnota disease
of itself, but that it. tults from re-
.eated attacks of indigestion ..-*fow
-an I O re My Indigestion?" Kodol
I.yspopita Cure ,i curing thousands.
It wi.cure yo of indigestion anddys-
peia,and present or e catarrh of
the ttouoh. Kodol digea what ou
eats-akes the stomach weet. old
by Bodiford & MeOCilum.
Fennell Makes a Haul.
Sheriff-Fennell Tuesday captured a
negro by the name of Will Stafford and
turned him over to the sheriff of Put-
nam county. The negro is wanted
for larceny, having relieved a con.
doctor on the 0. S. & F. of about a,
itn money, besides a number of other
article.. When captured he had on
his person the sum of 2,60 .
8taord Is 'an ex-convict., having
been released from eWutody on May

ee isn't Respect Old Age.
Sh efu when youth fail to
shw p"r-rrespect for old age, iU
tihe otraryin the case o Dr.
New Life.Pills Tiey cut of

TdOWg to this