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Gainesville daily sun

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


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


The Daily Sun was based in Gainesville, the seat of Alachua County and shipping center for Florida’s citrus region. The newspaper was formed through the merger in 1890 of the Gainesville Advocate and the Daily Morning Record. The Daily Sun described itself as a “democratic” paper. It was published daily, except Mondays, by Henry Hamilton McCreary, the scion of a prominent southern family. After completing a degree at the University of Kentucky, McCreary established himself as a newspaper editor at the age of twenty. McCreary also rose to prominence as a politician in the Democratic Party, first as a city councilman and later as a member of the state assembly, to which he was re-elected several times. McCreary considered himself a staunch patriot and fervently supported industrialization as a means of strengthening Florida and the nation. McCreary’s wife, born Irene Richardson, was well connected in the civic networks of Gainesville and northeast Florida and served both as vice-president of the Florida Federation of Women’s Clubs and president of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The Daily Sun was continued, in 1903, by the Gainesville Daily Sun which briefly carried the title of the Gainesville Sun.
Additional Physical Form:
Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).

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University of Florida
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Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by:
Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by:
Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news


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S: W ELER less than $1,.00,000. oe was prompt ESTRA O KILLED IN STATE OF IRON TRADE. ACCIDENT OCCURS O
hi [. ly ruled out of order. EO Ot N-- CU
E "|ELL The conimittee on resolutions re- Market Conditions Given by Iron Trade
the thanks and appreciation of thio Trade Review (i is isu (his, ,.
Confederate Veterans to congress andsa. F p g g t
SCommander Cheeredby to Seereta r of Wrar Root for the of- Was L0 r th Fc ~i Fas onger n Into
fer of the national government to pro-. 1'Osi4et Olk fay ot Ilessetner lrn for iiv, ..r Cclci.rOtiton T rAin.
eterns. pare a roster of all the solrs of second half l th, yar will h, ....
Both 'sldei during the civil war. I SLAIN NC.H RIVES APRIL .ery shortly by th Unitl t -'t TWO N RIPORTEO lILL)
WKMAKES SHORT ADDRESS. General Joseph Wheeler spoke very corporatioui and sl a puri ', i.----
strongly in favor of the resolution, say-! ile Troops Were Routed Wtn Ge,' furnish the needled stimulus t i: Collcio Occurred Near Harrdral
'Ird Day's Proceedings of the Meetinj3 ng he had theassurrance of the secre- Iron mlarlt t h!a e. There Tenn.-Paisenger Train WI L t
'of.Confederate Veterans at New Or- ta. l of war that all. original docitill1ts Lose and the Revoltlonsts ". to it) n < iaareen--t nga Hitain W. O .
8pBt Abbey orn- nt to the war department wouhl eeded In Capturing LaLe wStel (Orpl'rtitfl and the vail, v and Running at High Rate .f Op
Report of Battle Abbey Co- carefully copied and returned. An of War Munitions. nucenehl, over tho prir for t h Construction Poreman I& Hurt
mitte--,Pavia' Monument. amendment was offered t'o the resolu. ond 1l1lf, wh tich will b)o In thte I
? eW la My1rI tion by Taylor Stratton, of Rihelmond, San Franciaeo, May 22. 1 borhood of 1) att the tfu', hitn ew Orleans May 22---Genral providing that three commissioned of- Droughtner, of 8tit Ltke. w ,, i,. t itnstencoi of the furiot clal to The NowA from irt.,
! Lee presided, a the opening session of the confederacy be added, it from Coriato today on th .. ton uf r'o by the ilcorporalli Tn.. stato tit the uorthbottnd pi
N the:.onfederat6 reunion in tile ab-
the Goeerate reunion w the ab- Ibl. to the committee in charge Newport, lsays that ( rnerna I every ton of in a del'lv'red utu (r stlilor train No. 6, on the CinItl,:i
i n his room at the ho re- toof the preparation of the roster In or the leader of the forces of i ,. i vlst con('t t ha bOnI the .. Soutlih rn Into a couitruction triil
td rn his roomt at the hoteo Insuore fair treatment of thO Zelaya in Nicaragua, was 1,il In of reolnt neotilatiloIn A ,, .c on the 'Te'nnsio tiContral railroad (l1
,i,:as mUtch rest as possible for the confederate roldler. This brought tattle with the insurittu titi ar lt. c leoaee Irou ait $19.t at fluriinect iortilg at lthl Junltlon near the city
ci4 of the parade tomorrow. The at. General Lee to the front In an Im- on April 27. third quarter delivery, ls report I. '' hltlintg we utit, n. li hlltti li a
alnee was t miller than at any p ei- passioned appeal for the passage of His troops were routed witth girat fat that tho steel (ori'tiniin .\vli iharles (lhttlUorlug, workmOn on the
e on thouh time all was wdjournentl the resolution. He declared the oti'r los and the rvoluUonlts s-tlmled itakeo itH re go urchae. or outside Ir 1, coutiru t tionll train,
before the time for adjournment. itself was a proof of the Integrity of in capturing a large quatfitt of lans ln i, I if the nconUliraitbh addihu l F, J. Wvlir foroetimani of the contrs .
committeee on credenatlala report- the government. and ammunition. The lnur-ml now to its ownl Dig iro capai(lt tyhsll y(. toIe crew, as hitadly luijurod, but not
t there was was a total caps The special order of the day, the sC- have possession of the port -f' San 1 ono prooof of the heavy conlsuin in fatally. ho ponor wvas late t
wanted art the reunion with 2,423 election of the place for the reunion of Calos and have complete controll of of steul products. Anolithlr apptii w is 'unnilNK at i hh ratl ot speed.
rly accredited delegates. The re- 1904, was then taken up. Genta Lake Nicaragua. in the pig fron statl.tics which show
p Was unanitnously adopted. The Young, of Loulsvlllo, offere- pr-otilgion i t the rate of closed i, 2,. OdY BEATEN TO DEATH,
of tthe committee on resolutions motion that the seloetlon of the city MORGAN'S ART TREASURE3. 00I)00 toi a year on May 1, whil re
lled for, but that body was not be left to the executive committee with -. ported pig iron stoi k d eilnd ,, Son of Bchiy County Man Subjected
d to. appear and a very con- powe. to ol eet a city at some future Magnate Will Import Them Under the ton ili April. Pig lou Iproiilrdtton 1i to Torture.
le delay ensued as the conven- ^tie.. General Hlickman, of Nash. Head of Household' Effects. OW at a yearly raI 1,5 l,i(li ttl I-hllaville, I ,hi. llay 22.- D).tall ll hav
4 waited for the report. vlle, seconded the motion saying tfalt New York, May (8.--- ir the itnor' at titl time in 190<2. when uitmi- J us1 iten IalioI hiert e of tho ilingo
n motion of-a delegate theSol It was' desirtd to see if arrangement doignaion o.f "hoittehi,! of. ore No. 2 foundry wnas itslliig tt (roin of the 5-.yer-old ilon of Albert Wall,
of city for the next reunion was could not be made where thi railroads fots,." J. Plorpont Mo n will $16 to $17 at ilrnii$nghtam. 'Tie f.ut. i promi t illleu ofr thly county,
,iaoe 'a special order for 1U o'clock. could be induced to gradt a rate which be iable to bring into this (untry dry was ailing itt from $1 to $17 1 t bYIy two nlgro hey, aged to0 and IS
feri A. P. Stewart presented a re wo ld permit the delegates -to atten'l moot of his art treasures ttuiu are now BirminlghatI. 'The foundry Itrott pa- yetrat
t towering his connection with the the reunion and at the same time so scattered through the museums of u,. ket,,. with the little there ist, of It, hIa fTh' n)egroes ontllced the boy lnto A
it toy erect a monument to the to St. Louis for the world's fair, The rope or are in his London 'houae. Mr, .hown a further deli eo the,jait WO, shuck pen whtorle, with a heel pin wrap.
of the south. General Stewaft resolution was carried and the selec- Morgan has ordered his agents to gath- Sd sta.1s have been miade of southeri ped itt a shuck, they ttttackd the boy,
1p"64,ed that at the Memphis reunioh tion of the city wat left to the e.ect er all his oirntlng, ibrlk-ia.r and No.2 l mow t n $15. nirmnlnhnm A4. treatklug thr rti a la intiltng aothier
teifun hebut had laterresignedaurer hs commIttee. antiques and It is bellevYd Americans Oilatioun furnaces maltiitain their otig- injuries. pin)li mleningitl resulted
Fund but had later resigned b General I. cV Walker reported from wll have an opportunity ot.ecttlg one Inas poltion, and are allowing the from which the child dieodi after mucl
pon in favor of a fund which had th committee appointed to estlbiihb of the finest private colAZectlons In market to find lt pla-oe. Nor thit i agon R y.
prviously appointed for .the closer relations between the vetoriap tbe world. These objec~a of art are tron hi weaker, though very lIttle I1 After to'turing the boy th. negroei
upose. He aanooinced he had nd $a20 of Veeteran reported plia appraised at pot les thuaA $2,000,00l, &ne, consumers not, betlng ltitfimi. left him tl the huitkptn, where ha
t<.d amounting to $202, whith he for- 'the afflUtltoa of the two bodies and had Mr, organn import them a that th bottom hasli ben reiti achd. lit was iund $vrttlr hoturl later. The
tee unlpared to turn oer to thercowi which wa adopted. year ago he would .a4e beeu obliged thye Ohiago market local Iron ha >< tlty- tde une It should be otherwise The time o the election of. ofcider to .pay almost $*3~, duy. Many d ueitned 60y cent In the wiek. On t k.he ) ok alt thltr work aw ad wttr we caught,
atd by the convention. T.he. mat rr d all the fbrmner oelals wer of the pittti annanllor antt-te Atlantic esoboards Impist sales h ,v they are holi pet ug a full rte ia
ttupon the suggestion of General' elected b3y accltmatlon. have been nA Mr. Morgan's Piark lAle ceaned and It It not exported they will gtinll. ot their tilut. ly thr- gratil
| went over until a later time for tollowin the selection of omcers house for btdoe thba g year. and there' be resumed unless in ocasronul lots JwyY
":' report of the'tltle abbey corn- brief addresses of thanks wdie- made fore eIme under he hotil of "houme- at pronounced (conclo(s, h- -
Sreport ofwa then offttle ed bbey comra by Genral Gordon, Lee, Cabell ind hold etects,". hich are tdutlale, I Inirreating dltuestic aLpality for PIKE COUNTY MAN MUROEREO.
Swas then offered by ene rvine. Addresses were alao minade r Is said Mr. Morgan's leaae of t producing founitry pig Iron i xt( .I ...
ement A. -vnns-. He had eald but by General prancis T. Micho!as orf itn home in P, Laine. was made ed to take care of all needs. ftouis thi GeoQ e ,Worthen Clubbed to Death
S word when Generhal Joseph oItt Lana. Governor Frazler, of Ten- roi Wlthli A Vewto obltinlng a le- time on. FounInrles itw n iainlio NrH Kom .
W ler cameJ to the hall and or a n ee; Gneral George W. Gordon, gaSl lidece for his valuable art a high rate of output aind strikes ZeInlaon, i. May 2 eoge, Wor
minutess it was all over with the of Nahville; ex-Goveanor Robert 10ow .'e rea than ta have a dwelling few, wag'. demands being Wettled fur thet, )i yotug 'er ila.i of iidmof
tale cbey report a while the dele., of Misalsal pl. Then came General hnu the partououst taiiuo o avenlnre on thi ul otu ilr i-way l, the lower
eB ,cheered a welcome to ltle.(ord who, responding to repeated rupt-ion of work. Foundry men t(I. part of til county hIs ii utt'dere<.
tender hn th clls, came to the front of the plat- AC'tREf* TT INO ORDEAL. do not yetl. I aty t h change. Mr Worthe ift hoe late Tu ay
tneral Wheeler, after reacin the i and sd in; ...- the donmal for their mid itoIl. evtliK In ., In irpbu y. utplhul to re
att.i f, made a short addt a' "Boye I am 1 illing to spend ands Danced and Amueed Audienc& as Her to make It worth their while to hti turn, .noh wts litutetd for hhi,
atnkleor the welcome thrt.had ibeen e spettt n your service but fi jtat Child .ay DyIng. " down and tight, yet somt of the-m riiot, wh" wlie warsl ritu! leti tO to reo1k,
worded ,him. He uged uu o se-i,, a phnt., l l an say niw l1 Otl4< IM;y I tt .I A. ,,at i toIih that lnuryla Inot olheav thi mof im l.r"I t,i hi ha having te
r.hecsyo-outl All1.eim A -8y'"ow Is,..iago,'M' ",< o Wt nquIrs Is not soeavvIM-t motith ah
r, the necessity e of proving for. y bW mUst not die util you Ohrinile frog 1i** York uy ad to: precedIng months. and ate : ns t'Dy tusI te wIth a Ihb.
e ind aged soldiers of the b hive bUumet to sputi, ti race Gorg, stairlg in t a play at tiotli- whUethti.r Ca ahtge ls JUt ha Mr. Worth had H"ary (.. "iir'",
S Uggsting a tiU the bwa t WhV W M it wAhite i pure ti aI local that'r, ent ttrous tot hie ll. ------ ...--- nro t 'o. ad put lu JiaI here a
,r thate w. Ili. t tohwesIl'otw whalthe tmen oof l at night u 'dr etrlUSntane so try. AvengIed l anrul e marklea.t, few Oas ago for sttaitl a si. t
if te tnilutio f .l lo of.. the womiea. Gener 1' that h ir phy ltan fer for htr cottaboro. Ala., May 22 Thoma. lowr n h wts heard to ear WlAl
t0e concluTsiXn at neol i al . ng of uiv ^e, ltH. WhlI alz~ an., dan.~u and H. tamny. a phoI ritogrher, ot lon '! In Jail Ithat te ntlnded to kil4 M4.
pc ? o sth e ae edi 4hLred tht Kentacky had built : 1t4qusbt roar n uItvr fro th Young twice wIth a pistol at holly Worthe.n when, he was roe d.
antndn thatthecd U4 tO Cfederate4 dead, and atu4teIe e, her only ibild. 2 yest ol, wood Tuesday night, Young dying in .
*announedthat rthole amount* t frbl i also stro, dylg~,14 i rtmens lout thirty minutes. Tha trouble TItAGDY IN RtIElN COUNTY,
i- otaediatehis rounw t 1 4,41i rte on 1 woma'4 .i QMr 14 s.' private ite MrS, arooe over aftlleg lati rtousil retmair k
$,4 ba nk1 $ s40,000 Ist the rerMai" t Wiap A. f thi to tr al t the i(ennedy f4mlty Keedy W ,1 Golden Shot and Ksl ed h y J(
o theiktuss0 nati.I The o t then ajo '.ne l i sie t tfil moment It .ur' had.i it is id, lho b taforte. t Tiiorn, s., Ma I,- e O
^ ae fthe oussdonatdion 0 0yi(pt eiho b t- Yoau5 po i*nLewt TtIon m IY Ma .-o ntgottn i
leen donbted byl the city t e. *. -- 4y jop. into a l. ab yOouna a 4 o, treds ca-lled at Mr watt kIll.ed y Jseph J i gan. S *ieg.
"aW 41d 10,000 1by individual tr lohanle b- o' K onney's hom for l JpttA4 uI ia sFuth 1f I r, w* iua lierrien cou
of:that plfce. "., : e e.' t et dre4 5d WA- mnt o the nuttier the trouble toi'ew W 'sdit: IIMO. : '"
Scommittee tirefore rec Shea x*A^rmyW O r toQbtatari Md Youfl r uky Kt gan
| 4k that as $l00.000, the m.' -... .n im'm .- .. Mona *, ""u; l %- .t a l te h4 h @>uni i ml u Is tlt a -. lsea ati hi m*sl4 tohat th. e e1.
bt dasred for the "eeret-on ofet New or MaI tb letI . ned thalt ie chi. p.bbly --------- r t,(. a Iru..e . .w a...liMd
had eensec ured, the time sa t over *uIke seticne.t ; 0 iv for a long time Asa thait Ge
e| o the eom. m en o. t ve ne!tt tolga WBe tlwt" e **"** -';." :; I:nw. May 2.po Whn Gat. t ta-- d cs tn o ierngt!i's ho-s, and
'. .. Th 'irepor, Wor ite B out (h o wie a - -- ..- e ter P. 11 s. ci tfihenore orte Sou til .. : re D ba ttlish arm.y, a icoma :.(it F .. '. iIeta l I Sllankhiet- .. ollod of Ilafiwy Tratimeitt, whtih tdy. a to .J.ritflan with 1 a ofit. hll*e,
Inoriala olatfon r ao rtw ,t meoth-: darnta the liast e-twOia*.rM. ,-J.e A- out.)rt d t i s row is national euv (ven rti .tal r tgitta ot hif sllm. i ,.. .
.for the oremtiou a ^ ring to peitt Agent tnn.d .. o..atory rity. farn(.. of h sttlet t rie 1 .tst..ot. ..t .e men rmelve
Jciuffersone ._e ar, n cl 4. cited *ltfitas's arre-eL Iithlit 0 Wk, #bl fs ytn youat P red c h1 t -wt" alurne 4, thCe a i,.a tat #tmgIht by..Jtildga. -Ioith
v:..ed. Tthe atniptnOm a Mr. Fr saidthat the ma n. had et. S t .at the Th. e.s, ha* Ohio r.tiwety, hfs sx m res tdih a aattbs' ten wer. farmowsse wIth fa i...s ".ul
ee1 ued w I a iona t tIre'e star)typedoral'Uo @t IrtI'?*t- b eer infected "lah'et# ftion his et. "alt ii Er atltty ii Wt! w l t- wi .gieitete of erlil
i 'L e s. t e ...ment It for money a time thid begging a rT swImtC S ae h aa been adlt the adjnstmeet of t tes t. and; .
., t e it t ksonas t.p o tla.. t Hil " was a*" a a e i . te" the t epj aes of < ble t We mms N RQ D O Fi" OPP...a a.
e fr T g a asserts that w"y s the "at '.-' :Wo- sa y, It IW hA'e" *$Ptt.f. te' t ba *, y eider It use of t grta t4* v --e- i .
vte see measset t or twe bad been drive, to pawn ble v @a< bedt a, h tvo ouaR @0 sottmertsw 5 the gr$t4 i tl B Me Law
t s Ueldds frwelvy *ess -im4 th ate f-lry in'&4,-:s:t w:h ttaisnea for r how tile ato se ot wafs w^ 5tIi ( '"itpxb, waattr. and eStrta, Mfdast Nayr he-Are, r Mt

b*. the .d thSSmt 1Vh *h| usi thi -e o- j of. skoet o 4 tt Nosesa h ar, as a- .
allover tohe soubtu wtite te aF' t o Knoatiue, ) r iitI tat a Si by a iSwas otbi eb
i eO Ia n f t.ha t a, ,lss .h i Ir f t *M a e rntiter4f t* lail bd tecn sarst'etd srrhng
te tAm ta. The wo c6o04 a4 ed him "t t'ot G POWa. by .OO e .. aypotnm enw itof t nra1 John 'F Stta e e aed Wq spon# and tO iti n Slal
fr wheu he built One ..where ate 'ttlared that :he a du to N$1 J1iP' E, Nay SU'- 1hil aus as s.s4.tsatt ihtss ctor ewuerl 1 befoen@yor Yawag h' .tig
-tl He dela rr tN< 1hat kno 0 t** he .i$ mt a M h s is* te* of th.* ties. :pi).ptt-a. M as &i l t i s' , limat
a patioa a lnd ut&*u aa f:ard 'o a tba *Pi ie a aglepli .b 'a o$ w a.k* %it1R t 4E ke p order, w 're ""poa the
tuonumenlt hl e Ywoman*eta we fr a4ain tp e mamts IiS'i1
to ,the 1at. .... at e1se sen s tl




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The,,roorant comprised rMusic, F d
tatluns, R).. and Was Ooncludd by
l a amus 4 Rainbow Qrlh. by rour,
r oYyunh onadles.
0~g nizghti of the cohnmenee.-
e m oEast emia Florida Semi.-
Ywas a most enjoyable one, the oo
to t of being the appearance, of She
ll tliso' teary Society, the young
ils' organization ofthe college.
'pe tommodious Seminary hall was-
6 pWed jto the: doors, despite the fact
t ln there were othersocialattractiorn*
1.6toe city.' Thosewho witnessed the
$e-trtainment declared it to be one of
th# most enjoyable of the kind ever
eld in the city. The program, which
was published in The Sun yesterday,
ooii p.rised piano and violtin muscle,
rei tations, character sketches and
.'readings, all of which were rendered
ithn most excellent manner. The en-
tertainment was concluded with that
novel rainbow drill, which was partici-
pated in by fourteen handsome young
ladles and presented a rich spectacle.
. : Tonight the Periclean and Hermean
SLiterary Societies of the school will
'.ntOrtain the public in debates, etc.,
pnd pveryowe is cordially invited to be
The program of the coming week
Swll be published In The Sun tomor-

A Physician Healid.
S Dr, Geo. Ewing, practicing pbyslcan
of Smith's Grove, Ky., for over thirty
years~ writes his personal experience
S with Foley's.KidneyO Cure : "Foryears
1 I bad been greatly bothered 'with kid-
ney and bladder trouble and enlarged
pirostate gland. I used everything
known to the profession without relief,
: ntl I commenced to use Foley's Kid-
ney Oure Atter taking three bottles
i pasei etjrely relieved and cured, I
t,,"b,,, ep'lbe t'now''"daily in nmy practice
an". i re tpend its us~ to all
p ~I01, .~. 0 rsuch tro bles. I have
r mcribed i in hundreds of eases with
perfect sueces,." Sold by W C. Wal-
IlO's drug stdre.


Passed Off Very Pleasantly Last Night.
A Large .Orowd Present.
The commencement exercises of the
Gainesvillle (raded and- 1High Solthol
were held at the auditorium last night,
and were highly enjoyed by those
preseu t, .
Owing to the lack of time the par-
ticularsof the affair will be postponed
for publication until tomorrow's pa-

Renewed srrovens Eergy, Pure BIoox, Freedom From Pain.


'The bne Remedy That Will Really
-Make You Wel.

Years ago, whei a great public de- all blood diseases. Mr. J. H. Lewis,
mand rAose for a remedy for nervous of Denver, Colo., one of the most
ailments as well as a reliable blood pu- prominent life insurance men in the
rifie-rrOr`. dward E. Phelps, profess, United.States, writes asstollows:
or of Materta Medics and Medical Bot- "After an attack of grip, I found my-
iany, iofT Dartmouth Medical College, self broken in nervous vigor, and with
gave to diseased and suffering inetn and bowels and kidneys seriously deranged.
women his great discovery, Paine's As time brought no improvement, but
Celery Compound. The succesS of rather an increased nervous prostra-
this wonderful prescription has- been tion, I was induced to make use of
phentomenal. No other remedy known Paine's Celery Compound. Before the
to medical ectet'ice enjoys such a wide- first bottle had been used, I found a
spread 'reputation today.. marked inVroverpent, and its use was
In this zionth of May when so many discontinued after I had finished the
are sick, Paine's Celery Compound second bottle. After doing without
makes people well. IU is the one true the Compound for over a month, I find
specific prescribed by eminent prac- myself with the same springy step and
titioners for diseases arising fror a usual vigor as before my illness, all the
debilitated nervous system; it is a former lassitude and nervous disar-
positive cure for sleeplessness, wasting rangement having d appeared, and
strength, rheumatism, neuralgia, dys- difficulty with bowels and kidneys have
pepsia, liver, and kidney troubles, and been corrected."

A Lesson for Voters in Finance.
Editor Son: The argument Is somne-
times heard that the abolishmer~t of
the saloon will .ruin the business in-t
terests of the county. Of course there FIRE, BOND and
is really nothing in it, but it is being ACCIDENT I
used to fair advantage with some peo- ACuENT INSURANCE,
ple. Let as look at the matter as hon- Repr en n a number of prominent
American and English oompantes.
est and fair-minded men, Ther. are .___e______nd _________m__n_ .
ton saloons In the, county, each one
paying $1,000 license, making a total Abtrit & Ra COAptBf
of $10,000. But, remember that oner- [Inorporated
half of this money is sent out of the E. E. VOYLE, Manager.
county into the State treasury. One.
half of the remainder, or $250 of eahli Get an abstract of.titleto lan4 before
buying. After paying the purebase
$1,000 is paid into the county treasury, oney there is often Io redl-es for tax
leaving $250 of each license to remain asad tcaneoeled mortgages.
in the city or town where the saloon is
located. So that for each saloon, "A' Tvotwr, t
the city or town pays out $750 in order O IN Ty R.i
to get the sum of $250 back. Is that NOT IN THE TRUL T.
good business practice? A HUNJDIEl)-DOILLAR TYPE,:"
Look at the question. fibm. another 'WRITER FOR $&0.
standpoint. There rr ua tIn ioneeaTr iSO oP
Gainesville. They mike a clear profit vanc o responsible parties.
of about $10,000 each, or $10,006 for all ,: : ...
four of then, each year. The records
ahlow' that their barroom property SEAk .STA'.i. DWElT
amounts to $5,200. Do you know of .AND lNi)lpFOR SALE.
any other business which upon ani in- .
vestmenhtof6$5,200 you can make a nub r
profit of $40,000 per year? Just think ', .i allle, Florida
of such an abnormal result. Who pays
this $40,000? The av.ekia'go' man helps
sotmo, tlie richa very little, but the WK YTmA
poor mafn pays the great bulk ,of it. KAVl E
Now, let ie task a sensible question I

If this enormous amount of money d id
not go Into the saloons would not it go
into th- hands of other merchants?
Every,merchant or business man who
votes et,' votes against his own 0usi-
0nes, Of course those who'pPay,' this

Disastrous Wrecks, arge amount of money tor drink,
Carelessnost is responsible forl many would, if the paloons were olosd, pay
a railway wreck and the s*n0e w4soaes it .for eolthe,. groceries, harware,
are making human, wreeot of isuffe t books, drs a goodand all the neeftl ,
from Throat and Lung Trottble) att nd usefo u things whlch people,t need.
tince lthe aeenf of D'. in NeW ThersOai. at ierohanta t thisl town
Discovery for Cosiuwption and Colda, even the wor0 oa ain hae year yet ;one of our saLoons hab m44
cured, and hlopeless resiglton mtt no anetrofit of $12,000 on an ihVest
longer )teoessary. Mrs, Ll OriAgg of mient of little' ver $it000 "I It uot
SDorohester, Mast., lI ap oif .SthO ny abott time that those whose business
whose life was saved by D i;ngA behiefti stliety should hate an oppor.
New Tiovery. Thi grand reimoedy to m-ake ome good #oflts.?
guaranteed for all Throat Ai tuI What h Oainesville to how for this
diseases 6by all druistp. ceCO' $40,0 nott profits? 'iter people have
and .... .....: ing to nhow for It, The 'iien who
SAllar Haile's Misfortunet, ptid out other hard cash havo nothIng
The resoidonMe owned, by It 8, Herl- bu a iitemnory .that is net. ploea.t,.
veron tand occupied by Mr. and Mrif The oioy aa not been speodt to
Allan lHalle at Live Oak was corn- Imnpr Ginesvitle, What has be-
pletely burned to thlt grounId Wedntio: e ot1 Lett anu man answer those
day qight, and Mr. HIlatle sustaialed it heath Every labrerI, mer-
serious loss in his fturlutiro by brok at and prtefional man 1is iade
ag o and consumption by fire. .ni r.i bhthe sue fss of the saloon..
friends in this oity will synIpath*kI e bpvtrWl theoAbor of any given
wit: thnl in this loss, which possibly e Bom u!tu *1 result is% the impov-
amounted to not a great deal inanm. srtshiant oftheoentire people. 1,0bor
olalUj, but the destruction ofr seve~alis 'the soi ouree of wealth we have.
articles valued as relies. The negro toIO Vitally connected with
uban Annverary. ourwedth thtto take him poor and
San Juan. P. R. nly 22,-Tha first iffoieicnt meatts to takejust so much
enirversary o tf Cvtan lndepmtie(,u value from the tarmt merchant and
was eellbrated, lre last night, by n o I: wJ.r "CAR t' NTrR.
Colon) with few exceptions Ignored thA Montgomery. *. A : .-Jhe
tnvltaUtioa set them. A Cuban line of Mextean T ont '0itpy b*aI fill ed s
tebper- owned by Spanardpa dressed *"le with. th a 5Utbhou
jp Mad d4tplayed all fl'as but the their Mot w ld
AmerIcan fl#. thM caused much ifizt derra t* Gl4Sk co (
..e a; t : *.. .*I**; $ r. ..M a . "-....

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It. T. SCHAFEl, Prop.

P 4rsh Every Day.

Ueliwred to Al atterts of City.
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Special attention to 6irouses. Minstrels
mul other tritvetlnit troupes.
Hnating Prntles, etc.
P. 0. Bo 4, OaIne8atlle, r
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WOedrs VeryL.w"ltr.n FollowagIeates
Iolonist Teol, 5 tt U
tno<, OresO V PWton. Mo0tMaa,
lda Wyov lat. o sale u antll June 1tA
St. ,Lesandt Rturni
61t PAR t $i0 ofh'EB' TS, on'sae
SJue l-triod ts tur until June 2tth
San Francisco, Los Angeles and
*-** a ; ^ rn >

otttj on (r .t A Uood
toreturn *41t0 s 4 .
Denver, ea and Return.

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Caingat OR*ARLESTON, 8, C., both wuiys.
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Clyde w England and Southern Lines
SDire* t ervie Between JACKSONVtIE, BOSTON and
"?O V' .hE. An:d :Al .Eastern Poin ts,
Oalling at Charleton oth ways..
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Nortb d...-.- ......... From Foot of Catherima.e st., Jacksouville -

Cl~ve St, J'obs River Line .
1BtwseIn J:ACMsotAvnILLT.i and SA 'or
Stopping t Palata, Aptor Fa el.eresford (DeLand) ,t lnte di
*, St. JOhins River 01Y OFJACKSONVILLE
Leaves Jack.ou lle l p :. nton'as, Tt-idays at Th rdays
e- P t... 'a M a 'ednesdas am F rdays.
tek onvie ., fi
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Air Line Railway.

9 36 a 9 O P 2P 10 P Lv.............. &Ja' ts"nvuIIe ...................Ar to 60 it V.10 a
10 15 9 54 P 2 0 P .....................Baldwin. ................. 10 iS a S 4
11 48 11 34 p 4 20 p ............ ..........W do :..................
420 .. 4 p Ar..... .... GAINESVILLEy I............. Lv 7 a ...
.. ... 7 45 p Ar...... .............Cedar Key.................. .. 5 15 .....
1 ..... ...... Lv ..................... li er ... ......... .
2 .o p. a ....... ....... a ............. . ,.,
60 ................o.. ..... ...... .. so
4 14 P 4 4 a ...... .. ........ :........ Dade lty .... .............. .. .
7 6 11 48 a ....... ......... ....... Plant City.................. ...... s 0
7 08 pit 0 a ....... ......... ....... Palmetto................... ....... a .s
Sp 4 ...... ... ..... .... '.Manatee....... ........ .... ..
7 4 s 3 ... ... ..
,0 p00 L ...... Ar.... ... ............ am pa .................. Lv
L jaolonavillle........... 750P ..... v Jacksonville ............ ... S40 o
A n ...... a 900p ...... ArLake City.......... ..... .. gI
Ar i P p ...... 5P ArL iveO4 .k....................... O 35
&riavfpnab........... hIop lI$a ...... Ar Madison................... 7 56 1) 1
nArfar f ...l............ 09p 1444...... ArMonticello ........ ............ siO
Ar ork.......... .3 87 6e....... d Ar Tallahassee........... ....
a % luoMnba ...........,.. 80 ... Ar Quin y....................... '
Ar 4 n.............. ....... Ar River i n ton ........ .....
Ar 0 stle. ............ p 806 a...... Ar Pensacola.................... .
,Arw Un n ..... .. ..... 1306p....... Ar I oble ..;.......... ........
D ......... 11 e ....... Ar M Orle ans................... .
R. ', m l b1046 a...... V. 5Lv, Ja ..oi.vll le .....i ...............
ViOAmoutb ............ a 4p .Ar aMCov............ ........
,&RMOiadV&....... ..a . .. ... ........ ii 5 J p ,...A, lanta .......... ....... ...
tw 1 10 paw .... l i ... ....................... .
'lO 'lO ......... ..p..o.a....... ..%po ............. ......... i
c Oonnetions for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 81, except,
Saturday from Gainesville.
Tafn o. 84, Seaboard Xxpress, drawing ro;n1 Pullman sleepers between
Tampa, Jackonville and New York, via lRichmond and Washington. VestiA,.
d daly coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe
dining car service from Jacksonville. '.
6, o0Seaboard Maiil duy coaches, mail, baggage and express earsbe.-
tween Jacksonville aid Washingtorn, and drawing room Pullman sleepers be- '
tween JacksonvHlle ard New York. ^;".
SNo, 65 connects at Starke for LaCrosse, Alachua, Willerord, Wannee and
int.ermediatepoints and at Arener with Early Bird branch.
W NOS 56and 67, pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville. i
Steamer* for Key West antHiavana.-Leave Port Tabi)a Sundays, Tuesdayi.
and Thursdays, p11 ..'
A .-A 0. MACDONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla. i
E. 0. C0O13B, Ticket Agent. Gainesville.





Aptwoduced in the Senate.
its IueSeS Only One Measure.
il ti" w~Ie introduced i. the
,hdrsay morning as follows;
enato.* Stock on-An act to
I t~rnlawful to hypnotize or mes-
4, or attempt to hypnotize, or
irige children under certain ages
retainn circumstanees, and to pro-
ieqator Stockton-Ap act to pro-
r the appointment of assistant
solicitors in counties in which
al courts of record are estab-

iBy !Senator Blitch-An act for the
r,,ietlof ,W. F. Hughey of Levy coun-
By Senator Blitehl-An act to amend
section 1411, of the Revised Statutes,
1 0l1ating to form of subpoena to au-
SBy Senator Butler-An act to amend
Section 2 of chapter4671, Laws of Flor-
idi4a, the same being an act to author-
|i .e solvent guarantee companies, sure-
ty companies, fidelity insurance corn-
panies and fidelity deposit companies
to become surety upon the bonds of
city, county and State-ulfficers, and pro-
viding remedies against or upon such
bonds, and other purposes.
3 By Senator Peacock-An act to pro-
hibit certain sporjinig and games on the
first day of the week, known as Chris-
tian Sabbath.
By Senator Crill-An act providing
for the examination of banks and bank-
4 ng companies organized under the
I w of this State.
ity Senator Dimick-An act to amend
eiltion 2, chapter 4032, Laws of Flor-
1ia, entitled an act to amend sections
li i'ii 9, of chapter, 4255, Laws of
Fioidia, entitled an act to increase the
filttes and improve the transporta-
Otia throughout -the State, and to in-
corporatp the Florida Grand Trunk
lailway Company, approved June 3,

The fday's session in thie House was
S'S0eint In the discussion of Mr. Wilson's
bill, kIown as House bill No. 30-A
bI t entitled an act to provide for
t. i payment of warrants issued by the
-omlitroller of the State of Florida
t~,nder chapter 1175, laws of this State,
for service rendered to the State by
untuntary companies with the approval
'o bthe.. Governor suppressing Indian
''jMbsilties in the year 186, and which
Swarrants hikvo been approved by the
.qvComnmissioner appointed under the
u.pplem enal act of 1889, chapter 39080,
.Lws of Florid.a, to examine, approve
,or reject the same, and filed with the,
10omnptroller of the State, and now in
ln theo ustody of the St.ate Treasurer.
-: After considerable discussion and'
argument both in favor and against the
bill, it was finally passed by a vote of
48 to 21.
By a Persistent Cough, but Perma-
nently Cured by Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy.
r. H. P. Burbhge, r student at Iw
enville, S. C., had been troubled
r or five years with a continu-
ugh whioh he says, "greatly
pRie, eoahsing m. to fear that I
in the ft st itage of nsumption."
Vutbage. having seen Oh1m1.,
Coug' Remledy advetItie, con.
6ed to try. it. 9&4Now w reis bt
of it: "I soon fel* t 4 re 4t=.,kabl
ge and after 'ng two bA '1
H wenty-five cnt e lee, wa,p
dty cured." Sold by all.d11 l
i*edllinoe eompaniet.
.^ oWn ow f Frank In Dar.Ser.
fico l. C. ., May 22.-A .'etal
.Certonolicrt from Franv,. .say.
lk 4 feet wild and 3.000 1 N'tt lonK
ned a coupi. of hundred yards
t from thi face of the westeZa peank
r "oun tain at the suitaitr. A
l ia h been received at Frank
'|fi: liugetenant governor of the
",frordetinUs the mounted r o'ifree
tin everyTbody of the imrpendio1

World Wide Reputation
's Creamn Vermituge has
vie"d a world wide reputattaon as
the he*t of ail worn det en
ifty childrenaii it. neutilisee te
thoeir digestion, and asuimlae
B f food, *stnengthens their nenrvo..
an"Itd restores them to *th<
vigor and elsiitelty< 0i, sirit'.
|^^ f tochildh

nlpted 0coadJut.otr

tiesn Mgr. H sB the archbiahob of C.

A.sasegtae a rs

Compromise, tween Employea and
Officials of Road.
Mobile, Ala., May a.-The strike, of
the trainmen and switchmen of the
Mobile and Ohio railroad has been do-
elared off by agreement.
The agreement entered into be-
tween the oftilcals and the strike load-
ers in substance is as follows:
First, the Mobile and Oh'o railroad
agrees to advance wages 7 and 10 per
cent for freight and passenger service
respectively, Instead of 5 1t an:l 7 1-2
per cent as shown in the schedule of
April 1, 1903, said increase to be ef-
fective from June 1 noxt.
Second, the Mobile aid. Ohio agreI3
to allow the ex-em.,ployes who l tf
the service to return Without preju-
dice, except in such cases where eIr-
tain of the employes have been, t:es-
passing upon the property of the con-
pany, after being warned, couplt'e with
the conduct indicating a purpose to ob-
struct the movement of trains.
Third, the company agrees and be-
lieves Lhat there are now suticient va.-
carcles to accommodate 37 per cent
of the exemployea and agrees to allow
this percentage to return if theiu.e tu
sufficient vacancies for this number,
according to the rank and priority in
the service before leaving it.
The agreement is signed by C. S.
Claike. general manager of the Mo-
'bile and Ohio; C. HI. Willkln., grad
oeniar conductorr, Order Of Railway
Condu(tto:s, and W'. G. IW.G first nwas-
tor, Biotheerhood of Railroad Tra',n
Planning to Build Undergrou'id ElIc-
tric Line in England.
New York, May 22.-Thjere are in-
dicatlona that J. Plerpont Morgan I
going to turn his attention chiefly to
England for some time to come, 81av
a London dispatch to The Press.
Si-too his arrival In Ongland four
v,t .ks ago he has been working with
tremendous. zeal on his new schemOe
fur building an underground electric
line from the Bank of Englaad north-
peast toward Waltbam Albbey, at a vcost
of $70,000,000. The b111 authorizing
the road waB thrown out by the com-
mittee of parliament to which It had
been referred ten days ago.
It will, however, come before par-
liament agal1 next week, but in an-
other form, and will, it it expected,.
Mr. Morgae I offering ind ineurnta
to local., municipal bodies &iml hbs
proposed route. The borough council"
of Hackney haM received froi him an
offer to purchase& 600 feet otf land w
which to build a pultcl Hlbrary provid-
ang the council will not opptse hlm li.
obtaining & mite for a gsttloin ia pon-
venlent spot within their jurltdictton,
The proposed new line rani through
a section, part of which i now spare&ne
ly occupied, but it would tap a large
satbi'ban district beyond, occupied
chIefly by workmen who have gone
out in the country for the cheaper
Clymer Pollce Statlen of WlllamSburgl,
N. Y., truck.
New York, May SQ.- By & bolt ot
1itstinlatl wliltch etrnek the ClyBmar
Stret pollee station, WlitawaBburg.
(djta Bear4 O.Usss, Rerg t
~rSae. at Mo
w, whoI wa wwi Ion, Ut bloteI ,
sa Pad e a Gorley .wre.tuns.,
, e iin h4 ucoueulytr when hl
nM~re l(i. t art 40't4 to, to'
**a. so, a 4. 'l' eock wa.
In down 1l bwo were s tlag. .
Bost4e Sergeant Moptilud at the
the ltanstnsnst whrs the bolt wittletB
Tin? machine ma*id loudly with thi
tio. rpor er kra o~e4to the .loor,,
bet ran dwa *tatrte tt esomet they

ecovered iter eeiss
T w ooc (Ntr*'*.-&1ji1A40$'t' #i ." "
Al; the 4aKe *. iowunt tire po)%o
atatiot was Bru~k a Nset,,.4 ftT(pu
trolley eur. w104b WAs 1u0M
' was htt. Tb s tei*ae s'*
ogyrrel? sttunned Umt ha *^^iwe vn(*bl
tou*e tor several *uml ; ;1; *
. DoeAn't RpectOld A.
is sbamefal when youth talls to
show propr reepeet for old ug.e, Int
lost the eontity to the asee of Vr
Kingr's Wow M41. ^I'i<. IXbo.^ 'so of
tntd no matter hoWr uod :rw(pWt.
Sof old sp-. Dyjp pitt, $huw ,
Fewe Cwt~tboo *iI yhll to thl
pwtefe~t ll. piltl,20 4risetnwe
taupe *tee.pge List.
eKw 'oriM May S22'-lh ltaimbeur*
Amtrlieav i ilxaet- lktansyvaetai. wbich
*TM|ed (rom H1teW rs*W brouuingtat E
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I'bia -M the t agssPetmtu of~et
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Motherhood i's woman's natural destiny--



is rare comfortin

words to childl(e s wome- n

Many womenaro aio n ,,.n the hap1'pilss of children simply because of
some curable derikngemcut o i,,. 3 1, lv''.US.
Among the many ti1 t lls, ot Ljdh 1,. nI'tfu1'M. Vt
Coiipoun-d yis overcomhi of i. nl children owe their exiuten-e to Lyli.dht. i. iV.itkhamiti* Vegetat1le (o'muu-
pound. This great medicine is 'so woll I alhit lted to r, v1ulat', evrv funt ioni
of the generative organ.a thiMt its ctlheucaoy in this rNspoct i.i vou.iLvl for by
ultitudea of women.
Nine Years Without a Child.
ADaJi Mra. PExUAM:- Wo haiu been inartirid ine years and
M had ohldreD, =nd now wo lhavo little baby girl iinotoon month
Old6 the joy of our lfe. Sho owes her ex-Ltuunco to Lydia E. 'Pilik-
ham's Vegetable Compound.
"Before taking Lydia ]l. Pinklinm's Vgletable CouiIoutndI
Vw v constant seffrer, 1 lhidl i tiis in niy btukli aid sidol, eaiujially
before mnnstrt.ntn. I o hal (lI'trd lut ',eoived nto 1c ifit., ll.ui hI
so much about ie Vegetat ,l (',ttuGimndi I deb(ided to try it, and after
taking six bottles waui ur(l."-'-MAS. T. II. GouvuI.Y, 1223 NUvada S t.
East Toledo, Ohio.
Portrait of a Baby Girl Who
Owes her Existence to Lydia E.
Pinkham'sVegetable Compound
D"].)rAl Its, PINKIMA: 2 I wrote
yto ou some tinoe ago aiMkhig why I
o6lai not have a child. I oxphidne4
that I ha11 (ldispla(cment of the wonmb
and fovitrlit trouble, and, isutffered
S*t1\ buckuch iand tit(lche.. You
Sent me a iice letter in reply
giving .itu full lisltrutiloni h *,to to tt, tmysoif, and t ,itteord.i
Sace with your dirctho)ns 1 tIWok
our Vg ,tablo (.Ioiound and
ollowed your kind dvl, e Iailth.
IfullyBhi every respet, and now I
ae a little girl, tho Joy of ourf
ho*. I never wotuldh lt e v ad
my blby if It ih ad not beetn for yo ir
't LI etI aoln pIrabo 1Jydin E. Pink.
SlhaI's Vet (ablo tould l. g li fml" what,
ith lum done for yilc. I hope othr vr cillr.s
women wdill s thir lti.4,--Mtt ts. ,oei Uii.
tLALGa 1111 roadway, Cleveland, Ohio. :
Another Happy C-e in Orooklyn.
DA X 1. O Plnx t:--I Writ to you t y1 ea nlgo fttl ll' yo l!fit
my trouble. lhti 1 phais I tohl oevi s, 1:uac;, we re pahtful, and
bad. oea ver bneo children,
YoU. "* W!rod 'iny letter and I fellow, l your adv. c). I was eor,-
pletely o.trcd. have jilt glv'uen birth to ae fau,'hvalth iy, ind dt(ring
Slidbirth litadt very ey time. 'i "
11a ..an4 I lpefUid' ta ro xRend Wwon wnho W~9
o be0 t. Mi.nt. a.umo u 2, 12 lAznier t., rok X. N.Y.
A4W4ho.e e-ttvwet print eer t dat

*md.*A.ia etre'nu s- f .t women "Mal.

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abstract of Titl
To anyu plec ofr hltAl I
Allchilt, e ntly furulixo
Om applllathli.
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And all nuattors eoncernu
Ing the romideunllo|t of U1
cai(eled tltax .erterleates
attended ito promptly.


New t'lhin m n All MIOeN.

A Full AsoirtiBnft, 1 e114lllt11

Spring and Summer
Specialtie s.

GainesvUle Machine Works
MACI l N I'R Y J1,'A I lU ,
Cn turni n l sd rtrighten whole< ltigth !
of aMid Pipe-Cluttiig
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Caunt Cassin's explanation of ose DOy L of Pyt his Meeing a Busy
SiR ~ iu aian massacres Will hardly be a- One
Hi9I9 'IO *On alWS'^ cepted at fall face valueby the Aweri- At May 2-The last day .f
71 euj publie. If one-tenth the stories n ll'of tie rand lodge of th

0 0 Mo o9$j^ 0". at the bottom of the terrible, happen. thUtom rank and the -ndivnal were like his, nobody :
1_M34______._ _mo__, inget Kishinef. Those who are in- dri, the parade and the barbecue at- t
>Mom ,e, terefting there ves in raising .fde tracts more atnntion fro the met. humor would be bad
& W .m.avA re4 b ts tcrr e r ie. for the relief of the suffering and dis- brs of the order than anything else
b' e t 0amr te4t iia UnuBted States-.pou tressed Jews will certainly have the that occurred. but alas
SrttesetreWI # .5O U mo tb5: hearty co-operation of all charitable eortia, company No. te.of Savan but, alas
A5 101' of and Christian people. 09, Wn fitat prize in the company ,
____ _T_ _hold the Rusian dr Te nt.acompany ..o. 3, of So.
iAs fo ate ns- an Christean peope.s ohoz the Russn Everybody needs
and-1centos 1 eum h ents a overnmnat or the Russian church y. VDah wony seond. prle; and August,
Sponible for those massacres may not third prize..
o. r r1Womp"i'dvertdsh made kno h.e warranted, however. .ThO'e lnd.lidual prizes or the best lio
4! It cannot be possible- that the an- grilled men were won, first prize, by
S'TwiosWweek Lsun is an e*r-iage tihorities of the earob gave open, or A. Silver. of the Augusta No. 6; see Sr ari l
IS ""'eoium I r,- pauistm eerr" Mon- even secret, sanction to such atroci- on., by. George Schufele, of Augusta
"n theurda5y. and contzId anl the ties. It cannot be possible, .even in No. 6, and third was won by Robert O p
0ap ot the week. local. state sol dgee remote Kishinef, that there has been A. Cox, of Georgia No. thot Savan
,rol O WW be tm Sied. t ae free, to any.
P statesorCanada. n rogr rom as whenoo fre le for the company drills at this time of year, when the sys
o year-a advance. deeds wer&: performed under guise of w'e ., $75 and 0. respec -
o.- tChbistianity. tively. atid for the individual drill $15, tem is suffering from those humors
An aip~ rertsno bilabecome due after flt or should we Ma ye .condemn the $0 1ad $5. *
|nip ,eo it ,nrtsc% em^ohwn to Russian governmentfor these lawless The companies that were not inthe that always accumulate in the blood
5illbe required to pay for advertising ln s outbreaks on the part of the people of prize drl!'l., but which won prizes for Y
yovae. AAdrew. TE DAILY SUN. one community. or province of that having the largest number In line in during the winter.
.. GA ..t.,W s A vast empire.... Unfortunately, we have the parade were: Atlanta No. 5, first
.:i .-v. ....--- had lawless outbreaks of various kinds prize of $25; Savafinah No. 16. second Everybody that is bilious or constipated
Lord Curzon is the twenty.seventh in our own fair land,- It is probable prie of and the td needs Hood' Pil also.
s the West Point con ad was$15. needs Hood's Pills, also.
governor of India, that the Czar is, directly or indirectly, he barbecue was served In the o l
Sno moreresponsible forthose Kishinef government building at. Piedmont park "I have taken Hood'h Sarsaparilla and I recommend it
The fire voleanoes active last year atrocities than was the President of and a great success. to anyone needing a good blood medicine. It p fieth
W0'1 destroyed 80,000 Ives. the United States for the shooting blood, tones the nerves and strengthens and Invigorate
___-,_--_- down of negro mineral in Illinois, whose Answers Last Call. al parte of the body." W.W. STOoB, Ferris, Texas.
_______ allpartsof the body." W. W. STONpaR Ferris Tefoni
Try a little more head work and only crime was desire towork.Newan, Ga., May 22-arr "We have sed Hood'onaraparilla and have found iton J.
Iless reckless bone labor. Not until it s proven that the prop- argent, one of Newnns odet and or when the sys
________"'--e---- or goverplag.aothoriolteihave failed to moct prominent Citizens, Is dead a4 an excellenttonicinthe spring or when the system is ran
The world's population is increasing mete oot adequate punishment to the the advanced tge Of 84. He was a down or the Wood impure." Ms. JuLI T. Bvan ,
The world population increasing e out adequate p shment to th veteran of the M.exican war, having Hazen, Ark.
about 500,000,000 a century. lawbreakers and murderers should organized a company at Grifln at the <.I have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla in the spring as a
___________ _-_- they be condemned. It is to be hoped, commencement of hostilities and serv blood purifier and the result have always been satisfae-
i alfthe people living In New York however, that the Ozar realize that lsl as captain thiqughout the cam. o d p i malarial district, and I regard Hood's
or more tines a yearh be is on trial before the .enlightened petg Hi Hs company wa known as story. I live in a malarial district, nd I regard Hood's
m.eoneormore on re ti.m.ayear. oiin.on f the ni htened w dm ep onw A Sarsaparilla as a Jife preserver." GEO. W. H.ARLOW,
public opinion of the civilized world. "To Paanthe AveAgrs" (company A, B. F D ., y or, I ;
The Czar of Russia nmands th -Constitution. Tirst Gebrgla volunteers), and was atmor, nd.
resaredfoRcesit rldt taahed to tile regtment oowzmnded
greatest _arnedfore t h o AOVERTISING HELPS A TOWN. Htnry Jackson, of ed6vaft Accept no Substitutes for Heod's Sarsaparilla and Pills.
..... : V-. No Substitutes act like them.
Sir Thomas Lipton hasn't a drop of Under the above caption the Orlando
quitter blood in his porty veins, Star contains the following sensible
remarks, which may be applied to all E .. .. .... ......... ..... ... .._"_"_____ -
.. Italy has 95,701 sores of orange and sections.:
lemon groves, containing 10,789,907 All merchants do not appreciate how ad all Sk Diseases curd $
*:: :trees., much good the advertisement of their
K~i^-.' ======~ " does the town In which they are Df| 1 LROl T!ME1 R N n E A I 1 .
,' It costs $100 per milo for a telephone located. If all the merchants wore re the nioat he te ath "wotf< I A ,.l
ScoMpay to string ther lne o vgo ad the careful to have goodadvertising et l alve LOCAL TIME CARD No. 48. In Effect April II, 1903
: country. would be no doubt of the results in 2h4 outHBeUWa.Ut .own. s. BiUNos -B .-teS:-.-/
A.l^S^, '* ".-r'^^^l.".r:^:' ,* growth and business to tile town. Mak-i Ox oaso t myb 1 11 iriit'i @ S SON NORTH8OUN ==.-.N umP.^
st i anticipated that the world's ing the advertiialg good, helps to atke 4d4.l . NsTTONo. .9 I No.7
pisulply of gold will be doubledin tithe make the reputation of those town good, a l eha '--t-"e.---'- --
Snext ten years. and to get the best results from the ws *n 8 w a to ftr r i l 00 p a ...............okmonvlie.................Ar 5a O .
*%In a$ aaWitths isorf01t p ..a.X......... SJaeksonville.............. 3 ea 7 Sp
business reputation thus created it is moreeo1dt baeaythlabtodav d a 't" U I O3106a.................St.Augustitne.................... O,0p
The number a persons employed necessary to keep doing advertiszth in i UARANTA E P ioe 2s ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::: ... g .
n the mining 1 oif 4 ia t England and order to main tatin the reputation o ly W llaes re, i op..r...................Palaka................. o
Wal I .the locality. .Sold by W. 0 llacesr re 1 Lv .............. Palask, ....... .......... r 6 .2. 6p
Thore is: much truth in this. Or- -- p t L....... ...t Mateo.'.. A... O.'.. o a S
S' Aenow hMichtgan 1e a 4 er0antare liberal lt Planters ad Growers of s v..............Lv
hAw t wPlnr met world wear o th pomany wppras they tr d rowers Otflng .......... .......... .po6t-... ............... 0
| ^p .... b^ .... ..... : D::::::::::::::::::up t :: :::::...: ..i. .. ...
would mover be baldhea de. : Well, do, but invarl bly when summer "apa Isa0d t WDa.oill fid O.....d..n................8...
there may be something in that,. we prrofshos, one of the first itemsof Sta S land Cottoo nd .............::::.::::::; n................
nee see bald-headed ladies. 1till pense that some would out the ad- s p ...... ............... ak yrUl................
S we prefer no hair to corets. vertisement in the public prints. Now, Z D 0 i| S ... .. ...................... ... . 02
........ ...... when it i seriously considered that it to the C interest to communiW > p. ..................Robaede.................. .i. i
*:..' ...... "ll i 5 ,a ................ auI t efl.... ....,. ......... pl m e ,a. g ,f
John Farson of Chicago, a irltt, tho paper must oe kept going at what- s. S l p.................... eiburn. ........ ...... a

molliomre, who recent, .offer ever oost, and as the cost of "the stand-. w 1 ...... e1
$1,00o,000 for a model serpt glrlO iadrsel ntoent of the merchant Is a P .............. e ..:
l ^ iL n o w h o u n d ed to d og'i w ith : a---i-u m e re b.a tet llo d e d p a re d to th e la rg e ,. t S .. r t *,S ;.' ... .. ............_ d n ... 1 : t )I ^ 3 ;
o 'ho ethe lookonet of' l- pockett in scheoies every year to :.:. .. ~on .....
will t.. uc t..::. ;., advertIse the town by various and sun- po "s Lhsr'"
dry new and untried plans, their. leIs ton. .. C. w4 ynton .....a. ......
A, ___ laiTo Rochester, Ml ha boer given 'something radically ilplaced some- I................................................ ............
the credlt of opening the rs,, ,P,. o where. The ,tar believes In and ad- X: :;.lsade
...aent retlIng room o ste -ni ted voete the thousands Orlando puts into ,A r .'.' x & t ....... p ,_
... States. It I the outgrowth of t advertising of whatever sort, but gen- :. O" r CE NI 8.
wonena dlub.s, aided by the o tnes| Ilemen of business, without a shadow AW --ANC ... N CTY RNH.
met, and t Is now a woll-organsed otf a doubt,l if Itsla done at'the expenses aa .. .l Ir Y .
.. ., .institution. .. : otteeplung up the regular advertising s; hl S rA exa. I S I N&SS 8'n v:s. '' '
o anoraotofivur hoe papers that after 'r AtIAO-ii-tti)IfSh a a .......l.. i .... -- t

i The man w1ho feels o thrill of JO l an Is| ...ia d d -.,-done, are doing mo ree ; tI. .... p i :1
,is daily labor, who la only driven to f r whie you areawake fr,! *t,- 5 v l
:' itt by the spur of neti eaity, who go#' or asleep than w ll-0 other combinations
Through it conackentiouisly. it may be wha Itoevsr, it Is hort.-sighted hbusi- Y ay UATPOAT B3A3to
but merely as tie performance or a nest polley. o .. A 1 . ,AN j,,
disagreeable duty., I almost sture o v-'POs--- .......... ..
' fall In life. Whe0 young m t or young Statotf Ohio, city of Toldo, a0 t..... ..
Swotdiwork itt,.h a t piritther is 0LLsCouny. ) t i-hal h8 {A; D *1!:Lv. tlani I ;..Lv.,. gl$ a .
methiig fatally wro g. r k J.makes oath that I he_ ____....__o_ -,. l eh t im n. b i -a r, ..... ...
"'"'2" C'j '"" ,.,,,enisporrnerot ,tie fl of ,t WM AN D R O R Nrdepan
ChUS., l busiess in the, li N r0 forA an del or dny rseAAeno akrSlng .
Thier. a .party of solentists from 'ty Toledo, Countf andSL Stateafore. A
a wr n a thatsid firm wtil pay One COtraCt f FleiY ST AND ,IAV NA
I1lblo. Anisoumiltn, l ig 1rparations d. Pi r ea f., ch andeeaEND-A Al SAMSI C lOMS ATMAMI.
too excuavathe fth fuaous uwteorite ,ae of trh tht cant Ured ctrc Tlr ,SHIP CONECT AT MaAMIa '
mountain. At t f the mountain by the ,tarrh ure.,t Apri16, 1903
: lan t i umense hole one tl m i.le wide and teh 'Ra e.. :....l, 0
.. 00 fet deep, with porpendioular ti. eorn to b4etor me and. subo ibe Eltworki ISs, .-oa.e Ma e ,........, ............ ,
--The hole was e'idently munch IAn m. pesenos avth da ae- w1 ,nAir
deeperat e ti1me. Its bottom lvIa cnmber, A. ". 88 av oif f-, Sto ........ Ar eA t
at'.. --.. ... .--- .: l *metk .... B........ S.......-a"nt., ST. AUGUSTI- _p'. T.
An ofiloial estimate de of thie for- Un --alltOrth Ourve i taken iltern- --. *.
oat area of the United States puts It tlly, ,nd a'ct.dirtllon the bloed a nd -YNolO4 ,A0 M e,, gu%4,,f O ft- at 10000,000 act i H4 the. forests mnmeous. rft e o f Ye system. Bend ati t .l N4vtt.o & DTe 3a wi00 i Ca
Cr o No 4ea eoa. it" Junen hitolel IUgen4 mana d the amount l'X .i, 0 awar & Co., ToledoO. To wa4 0 caro006oT
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Sig,F Will Study No More This Sea- Mr. and Mrs. Owen Lloyd Entertain in
Aon oor Closed Yesterday. Honor of Thfeir Cousin.
.After. 4aeonf the most sueces.t :The homeof Mr. andi Mrs. Owen
1 ra itS the history of thb institution, Lloyd, South University street, w&l a
t Florida, Seminary yesterday closed scene of unusual, gpiety last night, the
course oftstudies for the term.. The occasion beittg a birthday party given
monies were very imposing, and in hlonirof their relative, Miss Susie
re.participated in by both fienlty and LloyId, of London, England, who is
Opils, the former delivering addresses their guest.
*s the latter. The evening was passed ii a manner
The term has been mnost'successful appropriate to the oceasioh, incident-
i t only in studies. but in every other ally elegant refreshments being
*ay. The attendance has been served.
Obe largest in the history of Miss Lloyd, during her sojourn here,
te school, the 'class studies has made many friends who will re-
kve been more modern, and the gret the hiourof her departure. She
students have enjoyed the advantage is possessed of a most thiliable dispo-
Of a wider literary field. The faculty sition, and in entertaining proves her-
"nd pupils have worked in harmony, self equal to all occasions.
and the result is that every person M RA AY
ne_ dr i e. al y 1 1UNION MEMORIAL DAY.
connected with the school either as in- A
Structor or pupil has received a lasting Lew Wallace Post, G. A. R., Invites
benefit. Confederate Comrades.
In conversation with a member of Kirby Smith Chapter has b ot
he faculty yesterday, that gentleman Kirby S mth Cha)t has blen most
*itked thit the prospects for the school cordially invited to unite with tie
were never brighter, and unless the Confederate veterans in the observance
fall term could open in the new build- of Memorial Day, 30th inst., to pay
ibgs it would become necessary to de- triltite to our fallen heroes.
clin'e manT applications. The procession will form on the
square at 10 a. in. and proceed to the
)A Farmer Straightened Out. cemetery, where theso sad rites will
"A man living on a farm near here be observed.
Qame in a short time ago completely Conveyances will be provided for
doubled up with rheumatism. I hand- your chapter, notee other, free, to the
ed him a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain cemetery and return.
Balm and told him to use it freely and By order of,
it not satisfied after using it he need H. F. DUTTON, Comnmander.
nnt pay a cent for it," says C. P. Ray- V. Giooa ts, Adjutant.
der, of Pattens Mills, N. Y. "A few -- -----
days later lie walked in o the store as Children in Peril.
straight as a string andohanded me a Some of the most anxious hours of a
olhar, saying, 'give me another bottle mother's life are those when the little
0 Chamberlamin's Pain Balm. I want
in the house all the time, for it cured ones have the croup. Foley's Honey
i'e.'" For sple by all druggists and anid Tar is a safe and effective remedy
medicine coinanies. that never fails. My boy would have
ediine comfromanies. d membraneous croup If it had
PAINESVILLE WINS FIRST GAME. iot been for Foley's Hlbney and Tar,"
writes O. W.Lvnoh of Winchester, Ind.

season Was Opened by Colored Teams
SYesterday-An Errorless Game.
The baseball season was opened yes-
.itiday in this city by two crack col-
ored teams of the State, the Central
City team of Gainesville and the Ocala
IBaseball team.
The game was pulled off on the local
diamond, and resulted in a victory for
the home team by a score of five to
Sitort-an excellent record for both
teams. By tlOse who witnessed the
S$ame it is stated that the contest was
S".one of the finest ever seen on the
Gainesville diamond, and all thatcould
be desired. It developed the fact that
there wis some fine material on both
teams, which were very evenly
The game was Witnessed by a 'large
number who carried the usual amount
Sof enthusiasm.,
Cures When Doctors FJail.
Mrs. Frank Chinasion, Patterson, La.,
W writes June 8th, 1toI: "I had malaria
fever in very bad form, was under
treatment by doctors, but as soon as I
Sestopped taking their medicine the fever
would return. I used a sample battle
of Herbine, found it. helped mw, Then
bought two bottles. whih completely
lured nie. I feel grateful to Y! fri
furnishing such a splendid 'me nldie,
.Sand can honestly recommend !'it 4t
those suffering frdm naBliarla. eso It will
srlujiy e u.mre'tktui''1 Heriliite, '60a bot.
,,4t'lea tj 3ohnspli Bros.
Picnic at Jennings Loke
The good people of the Jennings
Lake section are preparing for a grand
picnic and basket dinner, which It is
proposed to hold at that place next
Saturday, the'30th inst. and tq which
the public generally is invited.
The program and other features
Which will go to make the occasion a
grand success are vow being made by
.Willis Colson and others, which is Lan
assurance that everything will pass off
:uleely. Rev. W. J. Cari enter and
other speakerS have Iben invitui and
w illdeliver addressee on the prohibit
s^ ton question.
S" Too al a Risk.
i" laimost every neighborhood some-
hone hs died froit an attack of color
b:tolera mitorbus, often before mnediafne
iould be procured or a pbyueilsn sUnm-
ed. A reliable remedy for these
ilseases should be kept at hand. The
ik is too grat for any ee to tae.
r iberlain r C chohler atd
wrhoea' Romedy lihas uidoubtdl
tvd the lives of more p0le at d s re
moreed i paln .aud- ufering liai
*. other medicine in ue... Ise. *1
fbhe depended upon. eFor $0fby
idruggtt*iL and medeiiae eoaupilht.
A Crd.-
e this method of exterding
to The Sun for ithe inutert
iMn e in my wonderftol pbuo
wnal lbs shown a emard latYwo
1 aluoeuey to a t a U
1..t&Ll. whire (atfi *

Sold by W. 0. Wallace's drug store.
Sub-School Election.
Attention of our readers is again
called to the sub-sehool district elev-
tion, which has been called for all
points throughout the county on Tues-
day, June 16. A perusal of ,the notitee
published in The Sun will more clearly
enlighten those who are not already
familiar with the election and its pur-

KIdacy Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news-
papers Is sure to know of the wonderful
cures made by D rO
S KUimer's Swimp-Root.
Ith6 gct kldn Sand ldder remedy.
- .It Is the fgrat med&.
1 Local triumph of the nlne-
teenth century; din-
covered.aftr years of
l cientillo re ch by
Dr. Klmeht the em
'd- hentl kieri a*nd 4.14d-
** d aslpilAt and is
wfnderfully su ce I tomptly urine
lame ihacki, hdns bl, blad. urIc aci d tfrean
bles and Brlght'as le which liath worst
form of kidney trebt
Dr., Kilmer Swas~p.lltt ib i
omsmendedforeverthtltbui Iyou hal*
tiy, liver or bld tb (t wlls it I
)uat the remedy you need. I thas t .d
In so napy way, In hosptal work, n pr
practice, a.noieg.the blp'iswtoo poet topur.
chase relief and haa proved so o6afu)
evey .aIe ,that a bo arot
been ,made by c lead of ti. paper
who have not el tried i.irny hav
ample bottle sent t by malLtsll, a bolt
telling more about Aot hw t
fr4 out If you halves kkiy or baddert'ubie.
When writing ervtion reading Sthlbrot
offer in this and goo
send your address to
Dr. Kflmer &C..Bing-|.
fifty cerot .ald lima,!
I on'toake anmlyat ke, but rmem.i
ber the name, Swaemp-2ioot; Pr. XI.-
umer's Savamp4loot, and the add rw.s
* Pinghautmon iu,. Y..oni i.ruT boti. e

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A handdomealy lUtrat.4 mts.
devoted pe etelly o Wti i.i
the fruit t"d' vegta le Wiw
A ipettal triol mbsierrsfro. #tr
months wti be s.ent on iitt (
eOAtps. tamp* taken.



"on Lager."

Beer stored
and maturing
till mellowed

and ripened

Into wholesomeness is "on
lager." All Anheuser.Busch
beers are thus "lIgered" until
perfect for use.

AnheuserBusch BrewingAss'n
SSt. Louti, U. S. A.
9reters of the famous Budwel*r, Michelob., lack Tan, Faust,
Palt*Laer, Anheuser-Statdard, Ixport Pale and xqulltt*.
Ord li pi~kompill| ) illi d tb
J. F. EDIWARDS. W hoalesa le Dealher, 1in11sville nud ith'al. Fla.


For 20 Year" Ias l I orm Remedies. SK
sap4by ---ucilt JAMES 1r BALLARD, St. Louis.
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every ima illn iGon il, e t'rv ifl od 011rw s'triif/ht to len inr t /fll his (1l4/i/t4i/l/,
J c u' rc(k we( r '/ ilht i uil/I t I littl- (I'f111o 'lit otn lthi POfitf e. 7/Iis

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pcil//-y- csariftl drtei',o' in thltiei *t-
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Ad vert~moraOagm #* ott *W >to undo''
this hd tmewirt46 forOne'fOfut o Wurd, 9kO&
In advance, ottkrll o arl
In* tho v er sml s address
The oonadomOe of lsn,, ill;trnr
tIei mlrntel withI t oit!y wt)b tis. el0e ed
Their uaniee 3 will no ? be itv to ln4ulrerx.

of moic.s; oNlM i.aOhldres Co, t a O,
Puhntile.o lao te tt 8it!a mAr |A "alS. ?
pioe. Icall on or ad d eonI' l Ittlhoe'SInger Ag 5lt.o J- 0 o IO .
1Uot WAeTKU;-,etl," K All el!.,
tA't'Kl e b nM n t i t ln' b irhor trade, VO .i
K.-si l ts llet 1 8 M 4- ltll ol l -1. e h let w ; S %i
to ilt n, t Wp, I it i .- .- V o J i' ;0W t
T ols tivn uposittlons wt utm.-tParticulfi

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tim' loii'ger than ont lco> tr ted, o ftt
st 1t tnuTrl0M an Wl nnset. tlltlt
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....^ #:I:. ... P" *p RV'Y=i: _.. mourt," p "peril catch .the hind-u
0atc o ,tcshade, w giaxds. According to tll q
~' to indal., l Of theA.imeriiQnC, obte..1"c]had regular :cio'l at
W M ,.-oThe street ii tupe .. ,, dP l Toledo, Spah. (Commencemient Was -
S d to4ndal d The estures of the secondday of inaugurated by the graduating, class
: 1 the c 4eerat0e reunio1 at New O"- rumluiug tn k'uh n longsuibterranean
0 te of Rome have stUbcrib* lea wa-4s the service *e' la ionor hall. The devil hid at a place kow-t
Sto a m id.e, witch :was tre of the dead. oily to himself, and If ie "caught the
tio on which, It WOuld b& built. Governor Becltham, of KentUtchy, hindmost" lie ever after claimed him or
ap~ ver avIe been forwarded to will send soldiers to guard the court her as lhis property. SometiCue
Yrk and oto and only awail daring the tlal f Crtir Jet he only erugi t f shadow, and the
ure te capitalists to e ry Heth, former first a$ssstant pers tus dpri( of their "second
.postmaster general, hus' been called wer to tile beat
1.4haret :N. Fuller, who ts to dt on by the potoffRce department to an- astrologers and i nglelaniI s.
tho'hbuildng, Is here. In addi wr the carges made by Tlloh, Neiarly la t hin tribes as well
Ait i aths, titboulev4a 4o0 foet widely Coby togr3nl Lvington l l e tl ty and thuseral African
i ltby the county to connect o ho tangtlafo ingtn ao levet tbat It da dan wafrino

or.toW itfes l an r. wll hBe macada hn o o e xt on to at s at o Obi t rm io e t
e4 wih fine, rock. y .- 'h tend the southern prewbyteriea as- c tio the s outinkr a rer ttn
A fiPne iae Tef ',aphite of first quael, se lY cdonel Livingiston wll look li s is rado rnr l thea water t croco-
y l and ipprently ,exhatible In aftor Alanta's interest In the unver- de wilto draw the
.r4 0j lettyl ehOs utbeen discovered awty matter. oenerl witoera s, Flda ike m t
Writers, Fiuk among t
lh mle of oe.bY Mr. J W Ycstrdiy the Cubans celebrated the ret. sy tt the Zulus have a superstl-
SM CthO. ir't nolversary of the birth of the tio shinilar to that"of the old Baby-
t l_ ...republic. lonlanii-viz, thnt a dead body has no
orto Ran Drouth Broken. The Russian governor, Boganvltch, shadow. The Modocs and the iKJ-
Iln Juanl an ., May 22.-Trhen was shot to death while WIa- g In maths of Oregon formerly roftiSed to
h a toam been gn. rally broken. y tbetpark. Revenge was the -motive have their pictures taken for fear that
lths rains which wgeeraly preroen by Of the murder. the process would take away their
S_____ shdows. In tha Aryan folk talo the
heavy tropical storming tpendra n tul
heavy t ropicalhecrops suffered a Drouth In New York State. '"wtchldalo," or "l nfernal Str)bath."
vreuale an Thei r ruin was narraedl New York, May 22.-Dispatches fr6m was celebrated only by witches' shad-
avtoe. The hot spell was the mos vatelo s parts cT this tostc report t atows. -
!lore on record. no rain has fallen for five weeks atnd
____ thet vepitat!cn is withering and pas- qaeer Way to Kill Fish.
Two Killed by Lightning. turrage has become scant. Market Natives of the ''orres strait have tin
w gardeners far severe losses unless a original method of 'killing fish. In
*T ohattanonga, Tenn,, May 2.--Mri, rain iall come soon. places where turtles and large fish nre
a onute w of apromnen wont to cogregate they erect plat-
oicifti. C ~tonslf isiha ppiea poinento curoihaernacestst
'tlfle, Ala., and a servant, Margaret Mao, Ga., May a2.-The Georgia f ndas t a t t er
_Morris, were-trueik l)y lightning d~ur, PharmaeUtltcal assoclaltoui which has fish appears tea iain oon the nd earelmost
n laa storm last night and Instantly been lit session in this city has d- Iphnvtrtibly throws ta haooni and almoster
r Irii Two daughters narrowly ewB journe(it after electing officers for the hli is dhne one of the othernen jumps
Ofeaped death, eniuing year and naming Augusta th ns sdneplatformne of tlwth hea ropen which
Sthe next place of meeting. he fiatens around thie tail if the caD-
i .e iVWild Giraffe. turned tish. One eend of this rope re-
Perhaps the most difficult of all wild.' rie Al. niauls tied to i platfornim, and thus the
kitawluto tol cature is tho giraffe. In Tea -- Oh, yes, I feo pretty sure of flsh or turtle ia soon safely secured. It
Idtionll to t ngu ery rare giraffes ia i. I rejected him when lie proposed is lkuy, h however, to plunge about a
.-aie4ditgly tinlmi rand are -Very wift first beeuse I was pot.tlve he'd try good deal. and therefore those men
rooted. I'tlere is no special way to cap- who are wlthln reach of the rope are
tiueL am gh'. as almost every way has 's-And 'you were right. He did oliged to take care that It does not
I nee tried. 1nd till have been almost try agaln,.atid I .ecepted bhim.-Phila- trip thewm up with it.
t;eqtually iutle(Hssful. Tle method which d!Phiia Press. _. ....
'halsa oetsl y1aiiy resulted hi a capture ....... ___ _|11_
Siby us~ng a lI long cord' at each end of t "" j S f .
which is a rouid wolght. Ttbis cord In It T" ." I S The ryIitur constlpaiony
throwing by tboe litunter Ii such.h a manner |cu re 6 urL re y agitipating theI

S as to wind roui. d the animals legs,
. either bringing It to the ground or ren-
d4ring it incllpible of escaping before
it is made a prisoner. Most' of the
gira ffes iI captivity have been caught
by chance when young.
Lovetankingt I Meslco.
n In orthweist Mexico the courting Is
S ll done by, the iJdy. The young people
S minot at the fenmts, andi there the dam-
plel who has lixed tipon i member of
t 0 i opposite sex whomni she wishes to
become her husban d tries to attract his
';te ition by dancing before himl, per-
41it^ itly keeping her mack turned to-
S Wd u.hhli". vell ntullily ile t lay sit
.. dI 10w1n nier lUni am1id pull hlIs blanket
M;' tuid Hti;g to hi 111iIt a gentle. low v0olco.
W llhen ohe desires to bring ii hitters to at
focus, shlo bgilns to throw pebbles at.
Sthe chosen one. If he1 throws them
Sbaek at her, they tire betrothed.
: IBiy withD UIlle'i iUilm.
C Ciero iys that "the glance of all
'wonitil witlI tiM doblo pupil Il the eye
is mnoximios, bulghtilig iid withering."
4.; .C atba s tl. s iilii t-tih pl e..'rs
't ould inotU'drovwn Still other say tua.t
If ltoey did drown the ibody would nev.
1;er sinkl, nelther would It deciy. Tey
r^' could cure tMe disease of thio cheat-
Seottsimlitloil''y rubbing their perapi
rettion o[i the otiTected parts of the "dud-
viduiill, ad Intl emtn the double puplhl
Were red histetld of black they could
cUre ti e leper anid tht blind.
,oiih, iilm aiHad StiatntIn.
"-Miw, what's die dltTerelice botWoeen
Ser politichlnl and or stalteean ?
K'"' "VWel,l hoUey, a niushroom's good.
S.ain't \t?"
aI^.: ,tY ,s. inu -."
*"Alld a toadstool toi plein, anl't It?'
"Yes. 'mu',"
"Anil dey lt' look alike?"'
.. Yes. 'Ulml "
):; a sai< tl f'rIte 'tv froni t a states
; n*mail to a poitlllh ,it."-- XII'ulng '.

S'Playwrigbht -Tht villain i it my play
don't act his 't ui p to tohe lUnes. Hlie
.must .wear at lo,U of worry and desper-
.luai-..-.Ohi, don't get excited. I'll
Ath.t.Jo hobi.c go up ti the stage and
's "ta rta rutor thatlI hauve klQipKd wtlith
L ;t0 ^box o1o ritclt Baltimnort

^^ ^~::wiaS h W W i id.
a 'whit did 0tl1t li ail. do to male hmw
"r, ihtfmo"iu" 1tl'lld tihe Ilnquirer.
982.1111vuriolish.1 l mun ivlidtIai 'Vhi,
L^ r foruhud m e tbeuitral of ti ' gt.
"Nt' te i bt t of my .kOwledge" r
S i'|l, '.e1thdd the pubi e."
v*. N e..ilalms wf ii" file wlrer .
Deo y:ouli'inp.le beer Mls
,-a!iolnmir plipa bU y boer I

I t i lthll tulRegIstilr
f; Ji$ . t o itulu ,e its th
d t, ,*t that i

bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until
t5cretes enough bile to make the inte9imes
execute their natural functions, UinUuat-
ural agitation caused by cathartics compels.
continual a;d Increasing doses 1to
att a the reSults

acts on theo
liver; cures Chill .
and Fever, and every form of
Malartal. Bfilous, RemItting and Inter-
i tting pevers and, by going to the seat of the
trouble, works permanent cure.

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.er dlortorIng for ele~veu nonteB Aliqtakizm
forty-thr bottles ofm icine andldi orel
f o e6rrhoea reulti fromirritationofa.l
oar too k Wie ardfbui tidfourteen bottl
cured Te. his eem strge bt he
truth Wine of Cardui he me ti
be' taing itX nme an ' friends who' i tried it
tised that it wad help me,at I tid
It cured me. Took every itof ache,ed ra
and headache, crams and draggn dow sensation
Still Ifelt young, strong and happy once more,,
It is wonderfulmedicine ari a true iend o ome.,
Whtn I look back on the monthsof t orturoIhaWdit ,
S seems likeahideous nightmare. Wine of Cardui willU
cure ay woma Ibelieve. I have mrw faith in it
other medicines combined.

';Vice.Pa., Chieago Historieal 0 ub.

]ow mn ye.retaeerelief when you know you are growing worse day O-
ter day? Shooting paine, irregularity, inflammation and bearing down aMI
make thousands ofwomen taiserable. Why drag through life never enjoy.
ing anything? Wine of Cardui bas made over 1,500,00 weak andsuffer g
women well and strong. Weask you to go to your druggist todaand secure
S$1.00 bottle of Wine of Cardui and being to take it at once. o that and
the health Mrs. Kigsley writes about w1 oon be yours. If you think
ial directions are seed ed ie you case,address, tgnvg symptoms, ladiess
Advisory Department, The X~ e 0 ob, atanooga, Tomr.



In Seed or Lint, L!arg' or Sxaill QuanltitIle*.
AdvanceR made. Warehouse charges free. Eirm offers
made by letter or wire. Correspondl-
ence Solicited.


Jacksonville's Finest

DODGE & CULLENS, - Owners and Proprietors

G. 8. MEROHANT & 00.
Retailers and Jobbers in

Staple nd Fancy Groceries,
Braln, Barden Seed and Fertliizers.
Highest market price paid for Chiekens. Eggs and other PrtAueo
iA Qmplete stock of aiy, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Meal, Cottoa Seed Mea.
aityy V W % e ha0n 8T the VERY xST goods at the LOW,
Il .PRI(O8., ai. guarantee sat faction y. :

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S Time Table in effet January 4, 1902.

aly No 4. ". No. 1 o. S.8. Dly
S lalty Siy. STATIONS. Dail Day. Potail.

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IS!_u__t^ ___t dlldAMl jA PM .. IL
mot run between (inweville and Falroeld n Su ndajs
&a3& .enerr 8upa teaiaotit.
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a a L03on1 Chase, but the Consiul
Was Tenaelou.
A consulship vacancy occurred In
104 of the group of Islands of the
thPacific," said a Pacific coast fed- .
I judge. "I commended a friend
'e, the vacancy. lie was appointed,
d, as it was imperative he sholulia
ch his post at the earliest possible
bhe sailed from San Fratncsco
tth the understanding that his coul-h
l 0sion should follow him and that he
Sou take tlhi bath of 6flice Vfore a
Cal magistrate after he had arrived.
ell, the new consul sailed, and it was c u
$x months before the state depart-
,Ant heard from him. He reported
,tere was no local magistrate and in-
quired of the secretary if he could not
take the necessary oath before .the
king. The secretary wrote him in the
athruiative, and it was several months
later when another letter came, this
time by sailing ship. after going around
the world. It 'contained the graphic
formation that the aforesaid king
i in the meantime gone to an ad-
ti|ning island and taken to the brush. M r. D. Ka
QBould the consul follow him? Again Nevada. 0
A Ie was given, an atlirnmtlve answer. cured by lK
The archives of the stale department of stomi
.;will show that he eventually located trouble whi
.( this south sea island king in the brush, had effect.
,,,.was sworn in and, after the lapse of his hearE
1, iarly two years from the date of his
S$ppointment, was fully qualified to en-
-ter upon, his consulship."
itlch Your Wagon to a Star.
A student of the horse thus explains
where Emerson's epigram. "Hitch your
wagon to a star," originated: Long be-
fore the war there was a famous trot-
ting stallion of the name of American
SIttar. belonging to one Seely. Amert-
can Star mares became scattered all
Through New England and New York, OI
for they were the best roadsters in the
Country, and every faruler must havet+
Sone. It soon became well understood
' that In order not to lose the respect of le 8 d
SthU community one must drive nothing Gu arsitm
else. Later it beenime n subject of ban- Tllif 6dl
ter. If one farmer passed another on- lEvilOl
the road, he would look over his shoul- C.NIL A.1
der and shout, "Why don't you litth ?
your wagon to a star?" Unquestlon-
ably Emerson many a time had heard
1th, remark. and In his lecture on
'.-"American (1ivilizntion" at the Smith- TO -T
;upnilan institution in 18(2 lie flng It t e the u
in for the first time, advising mankind t I)e, 0 u
Sin general to pim high and "Hitch your to $1,000
i agol to n stnr," thus converting f pa.nbWhoca
common incident into a figurative al- any paiit a1
lusion. surface as pe
, .....e. as p
QIuleer Atrican Ma&U.
S Grotesque masks are worn in many s, t e Irai
parts of Africa during dantoes and reli We guarai
gious ceremonies. The reason jS N. TiOpaint to
'cause a symti1lie signfltance il at- phaltum pr
tashed to them and they are especially petroleum, a
supposed to possess the power of pre- turfade aecoi
serving those who wear them from the wear influence of evil spirits. arW, ( adw
SThe maskAs are generftliy made of oharg iLl p
wood, and some are carved with rare n urfe
kill. When n chief or the head Of a f.let urei.
family dies. he leaves his nlmauk to' mi tho i n
UC'eesor, anpd the latter is bunUd to t"h'.0toe
wear It In every village there is an Olve
artist who repairs masks and occaal-on' We take pleo
ailly makes a few new ones, andit 19 we have seo
1wi1d that .no one does a more thriving a("forti

i thnloglists lia v been nStor i pth ito
Soutt the exact time when a inas^ & a il hs lhe
AsBt -^ainfttto nae, but all t'q kiki It hd tIro
learned as yet is that they, have be ed St.t"
I popular In Atyflea fr maily Antaife ,* F.., I

SSomnambtalsm? What l lftt Did yo ': y
:-. ;ever walk ti.'yoit'r sloop?::l[{ U ", :701l1
know just about a.s mnub alb*pt thKli : -,1..i
of the mind and the body as does Chr
,.average physician. lomnambalflblt ..' b:.
b."een a mystery and a matter of Atii '.i
,'slon to the medical profesio'ic ttu i he

4p.y^ of the ancients. They k4;W ] : ""
well as we all now know that th, x :
sAch a thing as s uminainllstm or Or lb-
Ing in the sleep, They attempted t, es-
plalo it just as modern atilllcal el.,ce
has been endeavoring to expulu it ever
S ince. But as it was then so It ls n :.,
There are so 1nity explanattlo tat l
've. the p yslinnAs pzizled to de$ .,. .
WI;:; to i-cti, ;U 8k t.
t .. .. a

S'In each t ,liitg of an o trich tw 8uty.'
- t torlT wh;t. riuants grow to matitb .
Sty nt' etglit ti')'t!.!, Itt Ih ti i WnlO i '
S i'tre plre vP . ', bilt Ith se .of the fe-
MII ahle h If to T'lr or g4raiy. T he-ihofrt
..f.ft *bvrm"rtp t ' Or $"a '
wing furn-- r-... v '- of t
f'e ainl1 t4 Vt r t '00 a dep

ai tuco" ta yout. w it ti

*b opir 11,', 7i ... ;x4ty-lht" it e" t. 'i 1

Soti I c-1. 4 a- I ,lI l $ iz ) lt alb5 4 "

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ESucoesmor to 8ellier& Alderman)l
Over Dutton & Co s Bank. Gaineerille
Special attention to Crown and ride wo
Graduate alitimore Colleen9 tal Surgery
Five years' exVOrienoei Neow York City.
y1 Crown, Bridgae work and Fitlting Spet iualtes.
OidcM fn M NJ IoNlitCK, UA NOvit.rn, FLA
r bR. J. H. PI'RSON

South Side Situare,


r 1o ltig 0 fot UihtkriWl
U o rrtt(onir 6tuloertlto
Onf, ot nucou IiIembrapeo.
**ti$}. Pstileos, s d not astrln.
WlWINHl gent or polsi nons,
1 semi by pwqurW,
,o or atnt in plain wPpr.t,
oDlr! rerma, tor

S (iitiunesville. FlA

lamrnes liij'k. across the lit'l from rSnith's
S :tdlo.
G.U:NlflrVan6L. Rl., I 1A.
Deal'r In roea .,tate. ''l'hroiihly pointed
with every section of land It, hatcl county.
Correspondenoo sollotted.
and Mhde N e' .
We buy or sell turliturit or tin tcontract
with you on the oomlIi bi w )liis.l, I'troinage
solifted nd intlisauoti al Miyv ,
PAIrKR |lA, t I^t



COMPANY. New York.
GaO. U. WAl R .AtMUICI, T, l. RATL> 4)



Jacksonville. - Florida
4-8-02 2

7B circular sent o0( reeas v
-* WM. SCHILLER, Proprietor.
E PTTBLIC. 182 W. Fostyth Ato, Jacksonville, Fla.
ndersigned, hereby agree -
to any. manufacturer of Beat dining place in city. Fine
in show, by ittillar tests, WIies, lNquots as 0igars.
tLndhig pon any m 4ietal -J- E, . ... .. .
erfeetly and for so long a 6 END

ITE ELAST 9 PAIc T. *.,+ 2li';, i'roprietor.
nteOe ORAPpITE E;'3LAS-* 1t W. R JLacotmvlUoe.
contain no tar. osuia, a -
any f 'pthe p oofs N -lutb ' b hud"
-nd when applied to any '1 i i iltl1 itu iiii lie
rding t ouir directions W to
t3y for a period -of flve 1I'W tI .ACIONVILLIA,
e agree to furntah, free of -V .-V!it l.heLi-.-
atint necessary to repaint Vi TIE nltA 8SA LOO$ AND ROOF
where it has proved do.e R'iA . (
Signed, 1he., beL tul** it ti ty.t l..,nter
al Palot ajntaid VWi is Co 1ne4 'ty night -at Root Gardent
land, OhoU, .. ....

urod contArD for Mlahoa 1

h light iidoise ,t $ f or '-"i ..
ft roofs 4ad Al ased *AW iPCTON GR $1 1

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In Connection With ATLA14TIC COASd LINS.
Ei t ,iV l JANA IIaI 14. lit9I.

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