Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/00613
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 1, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00613
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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: :taetd| ntin dleli.t| \ehts which ap- READY FOR THE OPENING ,
I ',' f :.11 their 111'\\8 autumns CHICAGO ENJOYS A I NEW YORK GREETS T

Th.! l Dniinit' Ualt; >ll.> julte.. opt nv d.. I I President. Will Touch Button and Start

RUSSIAN ADMIRALS r'.f-: it would! l>e a sin to conceal that Big Eapcrtion;

t i,-that all hope of Jluss-a: ohtsintnt( I DAY OF QUIETUDE i iI I Portland! Or%*.. M I,,>' :Jl.---In a 1i'.th'rI CHIEF EXECUTIVE

I t6!! .. ii'a,try of the tea has vanished l= i ia ,I rt'ct'ht"l bj tin' cipotiltlon oltt<-:a:. WiliUiu
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is<. Loeb Hccret.ir)' to l'u'iJcut
Bojestvensky Falls Into HandsOf "'i he Sijcnincsnc! of the collapse: ot I Memorial Day 1* Celebrated ByStrjk'er3 }of\clt.. .ttt> U >" them that lit pity Votorana Ar Addressed BjIVesidaut

Admiral Toga. fits: hop U aolf-evld and Employes. I! grant at the \\11Itl111m.. fun Juuo 1 '
'I'anovue: 1'ramya and the Hu!!". In romivrUon with the niulnj of I the ltlltdVBlt.
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whir:: almltting that the fate of th- - I,,1.,1.l l MII.I Ciaift Centennial will 11" ,- --, s

;DAPS', VICTORY' UNPRECEDENTED Pin East has: btn-n li-tennlnej to \\*- 230 TEAMSTERS ARE LOCKED OU I: .lIb..hulilall) a diiiiilrale:" uf that n TIn GOTHAM ta GAILY DECORATEDThe :

--- c.n!: to accept the Japanese reports I IutmtU. I".t scar the u )cnlug uf tb. -------
Flower of the Czar'. Navy Has Been Th'\torUI. | b. however breathe On Account of Legal Holiday, Everything j I Lllullllau "I" ..1\.... rYxtsitktn.1 Moat Important Event of Memorial

Destroyed and Many Russians Killed tone of unutterable stun 's" It Quiet-However. Both Side- I'renlden! ItiimeVelt'ff part nf the Day Was the Unvelllnj' of the Slo-
--- si ceremony will "'hplan' In tint hla
and Captured-Portion of Fleet Ar- Seem as Determined Ever and: the
Russians Must Sue for Peace.New torn uM riH>ui uf the 11'h,le lIu".... cum Monument-Little rime
rlvaa.at Vladivostok. Fight Will Be to the Fjrmh' j I and will .be tlclpatetl In b)' both for Pleaaure.New .
\'ark. :May :31.-Hear Admiral
the 11"'I1\Io'r" of the cuhliut. the l'Ill1Jllall
WASHINGTON, May .-The state C. 111.1'\ l 1. of the United! 8tah'". wail l'lat"ago.1:1): :"I: .-TlV i. .iiiiMetrs"atrlke York. May :31 -.I re seat
," ,'11.1 HsMH'late juaici of the *uprenie '
departm.nt has received the following; In HUH city tol.iy to meet his wife \s *!'In''I'IIIrlll1l "II nil 1 it haaivuoh.il stint auiliasiiadoia. and minis- lU*..eveU was the prlnclpil IK'iro% lathe
dispatch from Toklo I and. .1:1u: ht..r. who arrived on the" /eeIHT a state h-re I->!'li ".d. a Jvs t..r.If fut ..111\11 luulltlh't1l.1 other :Nowork' Memorial dacelehrl-

"Toklo May 30.-It is officially announced .I Sneaking; of the Russian naval clarrdlhetusi: : ':vrssattantd! with: tiuuatlou e. IU l1ltarl,'. tlou, ants l the r'lIllIr.'nt.* of the 41 i
that all of true Russian battle- dot.'jt t the rear admiral Maid and till"' .,,,. of the conn ,U velopineiitft .I, ftche4ilU lake \Inl
FlAkrahu, t the St lx.iii.. program, (hvpnMUent ) were ti) |tan.
ships have been sunk except the Orel "If lie cahlfa ate" true, there hal: 1 cMolttMiiftn a.>,,,.1:< lihrr the of |fittathlIi! I i
|I.. a.hlt.-.l thai' all I I.* lu M mlIntm 1
and Nicholas I, which were captured. b*>. 11 no t.'atIvs! Japanese loss In the renewal of tlleiuont.' \.dl"I\1' s or 11 I' 1'h.l't' the chief vxeeutlvoluake was ,)
fur ho I ups ntug of the fair, nml
Admiral Rojestvensky, Voelkersham bat C.: n ( the Korean .tralta. Rus>"la further spread In lIuh.rti.I..1: l direr he will greet hi* part with a short lh. plluclpal addf. at the unveiling .
and Nebogatoff all prisoners: win! !he 11a position where! she imu' lions All 1.111"1an4\ f<.aime of ta"II"I'| Holctlti.revUA .
a.irt-Hs and thin oin h hi key which of a ii' at tie in J'
make pnar-.1. I ronnliler. Admiral Roe the htrlke III"'rl"II.J! a lull .ttbiay owIIIK of anl
of ( veteran
will iraiiHinlt the signal for I the open the parade
jc.trrnsky'.a daring and hazardous tn It l belie legal It..llda Moat
St. Petersburg. :May 3.0.-:?: p. m eery M ) itlK of the lawns and Clark Cenlrunlw! to attend a reception at th" naval lr
un.iPitaking. to force the Korean of the) places afT. ctrd 1>* the at nk.'
The first definite! news from Ku"lan and whleh 1t"1II! III at nit the ntachln branch of the \'UUIIII Mcn'a CUrlitla"n
.tl'af"; for It placed him In TOJJO'B were" closvd, and the tcnnitrt 'n''rrfh .
sources of the uaval l battle fought Inr vr)' Of the e&iKJatlloil. 1.atat. eougratulahtry .Iatl<"n. III. *|>clal train reached
l.aihl-. \1) opinion tat and this In the main dl.1 not attempt! any Jetac from Washington at 7iVla '
ti N-KiauiM will h. a'chllll t .1 ) City
<>l>iiM''"n was: shared h>' oilier naval of-
between "'11'11 1<10'1\ Uoon-velt ..1I.tV in and wa met by a delegation
f5i. ;I. :.ncln.ling CaptaJn :Matian. that II. ioodr.% ( prevldctit cat tlu- lair'" tutpur- hum the llri >kin ointnUatlonn: where n

ti') i I" wi'lM lie \'lIlagoll"lIt.. and f! atiouTHIRTYNINTH. gut"'t. tln ptvaulvnt wa* to !I" '''h..4delegntliiii r?
4:4I .chat ih> Hu"'ilIIII1t'II.J' !! be all.I\\'I',1! tog was hradctt by homer Mayor k

to Vla.iivohtok. 1 did not think 1 1I1"'kl'n. Hnd ('reel l
: ANNUAL nCOATTA" HeMe-ren. tll )
iwalar n ar sr' tin- Jdltatl' ...... would rUk an IIKiA'" i dent tlunnUon nf the nrmtklyn Union

''e ui' in oa "h.C'I! Jcp-'ii-lcJ. their all. Many Entries for Prizes' of Hrtm/ R.. I 1 1uictie club and was accompanied' by y

r ?'rss gtta Association a heavy |Miilr guard; which[ e..r. 'ttl.1 ,;

Captured Vessels Safely In Port. sir I New Murk. :May Jl --'J1,,, 3Uth! annual the party from the .14> 1"t| tn a ferry
lZA3Taa4 r2r \\ a->!IIII ltJlI.I"y: 31.*-b.- Japanese take iheiu .
: regatta of the haricot rcRatta n* heat whlrh was to acrothe '" ?
:. get: !a ui his receive] a c.I l '.e ;faui 1 b..
3QA sot'latIon was held today on the llurletu rl"The city was tally
from lok.o utatlnic that Chi Kunnlan r river There were elghlctn' ""'hla ,.. d,1 In hoiMir< of the tircaalon. andIt

war tassel captured by Admiral TojUMI '> I and sisiy l .two tntrle. titoet of them wa* given many M shrill nalute durIng ,

\ d| safely at the naval purl uf from New Norka. but including a I' the abort trip between, the .bore..

Nxt bit today. According to the ca adetphla crew. O'CunnHI and llurkley On the trooUIn| "' blue the' I'lI4"UrL warelnfoireil "

bl.I.1I1I| ; t the ve.iiela are aa follow of rotlland. ....., who t 'lci- win the by 'luI.lrollll| of the Mew

Ta.eF J OK :!L Nlcholal Apraxtnv..,. XenUvlnanJ ; double scull natloiiul rhamplonblia| York utatt national guard and thprt .' ti

.,. \Il: ) lIuru. and Mutrato' and :Moiiohan. of Albany >.tient| was taken ul I olive tn th

0'atva I".tr.r.....JI, -. 0P ---- formerly iiatlnnMl fbaniplona.In I'uU'ii !L.>agii'' < cluli, where he had an

.. .-"".. '-- Honolulu Jap to Celebrate. t the single r"r.all the lixalcracUa early 1..r..I.' after which an 'i *
..'" tI ll'ttutiuhe. May 31.--The Japatu<' of :
t ; formal .II,1t held
were kp II"uiolnlii are arran/cliiK lur a rebrin.,T rhaniplon Theiirograiii wlvlcli' lint l been ar

e ; tlon of Japan'it naval tlctot Tlic tr The oniv "i.'i-"i .'(il*. of Mulrahy anal riing'-il. I for the |ire..|ienl all
: ,... _. II r'''irijl NgUlatnre adj,
cse4tLocation itltt AM national gum si alvrol.r| :.' President Sh... of Chi 430 ble. were Junior crew ,mm the At the city from ihV I'nlon I..all.'
awes tlou and that H.propr.mon[ ; fur tlik Union Te.mlterl'j I :unia'n r'uUColiiiiitfld! club h.. w *s to gi iHrerl loavmin I/.tflltJ!

of Naval Battle. I; ivurnment band which" has tx-ni sots] I << > and lbtern i Parkway to lst"epsit
llvrrtci The ..hll' :{kenlsr I", university had .. "",.1 rn <
the strolls of Knr..o1. come rr'cat Captain I'ortd by the! ernrernnwnt for the ;J"> 'u for a day of it :one : lrl In the futira and eight TheNi lu the unveiling c.rrua.ntle.'of $+

Chaifln. of the criuaer Alma/. )"> .,rlt. were ftied by the !It KUIatnrrTlie part Thirty.five sash, die! tbd Mind man .woik dhll..n! l nf the.. naval r....rve ''th. l.-tieral Hlocum *irtlu and .1.! .
Vadrvu''tok.: hart! will pruhat/ l !hr maintain 'hail liver the address.nunrdialely | | .
four principal
'Who baa arrived a' ufacturtr affiliated h the pun.u.{ crxwa N'l.,1 l for the cutter {
H*; telegraphed to the emperor thai l It> the Ittxpns of Honolulu The>> DM mill men'' B,,*cwi 1.11.>,i. "th.. ouiljlu 'I "M'' ( .. after the rl'... of |he'* (scs.re.rI

116 Lad witnen ed the sinking! of the t 'tonal board. I I. likely to .11..ban,!, or lion of wood ttdulii| . have decldwl The Jill''or .,In.1.? rulU w.r. won .by .be wit. to review the pralnof

battleship Koala Souvaroff and report win be iHrgelj reduced In nunibfr. It to lock out drivers' rule Itsa bt Mianilo( Miller. .N-w lork Atltfotlc ih" King ortinty grand army 'N m "
Itoj."tn'lIlIli.y was U. clainn-il by th* opponent of the club' ? .. stand which bad .been. erected near. "i
e>4 that Admiral taken that the fneml forcelrliv..r- : In *; mlnnirM. f> _wt>.n.h.IAlrt'na.I'lIt. I.
Chaaln Koje. pproiirUtlonn! 1 asked for that (;o, rnur .. : (th.Ulu". and then tn>> the new
':-wounded Captain say lea where there ar"- ..rd.r whether shale l 't-'Ilit won by go i
Tenaky lowered ou board the torpedo Carter has the |sWer under the army the order came (torts strike affect id John I' IMatkl",. r. rtl.n'Ht** nf be naval branch uf thYonug >

boat destroyer fliuny! and said tb ad. regulation* to use the federal force* houses or not A lo I out will! affect Holier N*..a.... N.* ,,'II. .rvuU. Men' ('hfi.tlau; a**n,
talrml presumably l 1Iall caved and that he baa miperlur 1..r In thtarvitjvct 200 teamater '1 into. I lulnute.. II'!{ .eeonls. whete be wa scheduled !In make sooth .

The Bulny however, had l not reach to any state gurt'ruor. ..- - ---.- -. *? awtilrt. AI' o'fVick In In.
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t -.d VUdlvoatok! when Captain Cha< .seat his telegram and her whereabouts ACTRESS LOSES ENGLISH HOME. Montgomery. Ala: Slay 31.-Pura ')r( ......n. Ark May :IIAII. kilt\ on this return to \\utll I'I hft.

was i not known ant to a resolution .,1"lIt- Financial Trouble Of Mr*. James shams $tat. Medlra. : association. a.ttb..lr (i'..|<1ard baa Gen rapliif.4 by an lat'8' ettib ...*.r..1 hour, and then"
Brown Potter Have Culminated. armed from this an4 -... was driven tn tIe HUxurn rssnumest
In IHMBM rlty pl < .1In
30 Soon -V annual ('ua'nf -in Moutcutiiery
St. Petrraburt.: May
31. The f financialtrouble ) (i
New York. May -- .
the |Ifs| ------
Htf Jail wyUH .M shut
,1ocipher d'I'.b; rec l ld by Kmjmroc : uf Mr. James Brown I'oitT looking to the la. tullon of some
Nl bola" .iurinic the night but bait i iiff m.U..*!. for (It* i'v*>niw>n. Jf tb. lea Ward near Ullham May 10. o*.r Parrott "..II". C t.I".hlp.Allua .
have culminated In )
; artreaa,
content have nut yet been made . tuWrculoiU. mate nx-Hhn* "f fir a trivial 4upn.. and .lne. thai limafouea May, II.-H.mul r. l"rr' U r
18. taklntt **i iilon of hr beautiful
:publlc. It i I. urfT.ciaIly: stated UDt .. cltltena of Montgon< rba* tree sated < ) .have been In ..affh for him. who, for alibi" year waa balrman uf i 6
Ualdrnbead rabl
country hou at *
fat Kutolao ships ate to meet on Tit* 'lay night' 'Juee Three m*fnt>.ra of a p o.... raise u(->n the M Mitb. ..at.rii releM -cI.Uoft.. !
..,.wal of the .
; the I.... t'ioo enrreste.adest i of the Amrr
fo 'e eded la bak.atc: off their purtuer 6, at lbs (Ctrl' Highboot.: fur..l., him at lluillna Kork river. ....! if tilt |i u .aald' will reafjcn' from that "N" l
i .and have reached \1adlTutolc tad |Iran.on:f ann'MincempRt of her lat dj iii.k n of this 11.11'ret. gfcort al I' .ham lie| had bU aho...a off a tut .. ..I lion /la b.romai ..lra> president of tbiie -. '
eat mlsfortan followed rinse on theennfrnlon j
thai aevral of the fast Kuaalaa ..blp'tNe l of Albert Ko..lck. tbe no dresses will IMJ cI..1 i r. 'eof t.y doM..,.. eating luard I'pon .- n. felt par j ua.. H"itbrtt ...4 ITInHa rallro*'..
t ."-1." ''h:1tor whit said that tb" K3.0OO tnafund
:t. and have reached! Vladivostoki4 sad directed t" i.. be orient I Jam. Vllila, on. if the tot..... wh wen .
hat Un aeeuied of ba u>; ..
J J.. that I' n government Is now Ini cautionary IIU a*ttr<-t I bias lu nitre, Judge H|*.nrr AtklnfO a
; ttj .iol.n. was left to !oh.. l"t>tt"rf '
i..lun of /n version of the .r bar theatrical trniurr blcb r.- - I, Alabama' _r. to "' ..t. "* formerly of the railroad r .tunilUo. .. "
tdJ.utu of Salurday and Sua- neatly I failedMr Practical J... ., Is) Wed. i ftttl&um.rJ. Ala May ]l -lr*.i a IMAn r.c..a Mr I'arrotl a* x

:th U. atralf of ).;or.a. Ne vert be. *. tVrfter dents that I'ooafn: Baltimore May 11 ftt_ Knj4.r_ a cap.t y,' If Vattchn. of th. Mualgan. eftalrnuin uf the .ssnelattnn. TT>r.

", appears to b 41 IB a quandary malt her ay unctirKl :loan. bet oathe pretty factory ,', a rtaai.l| sut cry f i..t'of... n'.oIQIt....... .announ4 Meft| will com a* .r".bee ,

bow to brak the new. to the.. contrary. It Ia I claimed' be d.",..aj>Jrd for |S.O 'k. city ft.t' t10Q for H4ttir4..y, Jan 19 At this nt a ..irprU* in .lo..e! intro general s
i?. .rA war c-mncl: .at beld't and re v1ve4 ample I\ofoC"Qrttr a.4 .ralul l Hens Ifr's. .5 fur lnJufi.srs's ' ..eakm It I I. san.fl >tt4Uy *.P*<|M| t||..' "ly tad Alt xber |.'iereat 4 In railway

II *3o last n.ghc at wblcn there that h- ftarjc-4 a h.a.y rate of t.t.rCvartf ....! by k Jwte Tttrl BA4orked liefa :' foil r..porf. from .*.ry beat will tnMa4 > matiera. Th step ...* twea rnmore.1ttrr
d t, iie an Impart: .._ "' In tb. sam '.rtoty. Is a CIO 4rni and f.'UIl..r. nt.w tone U.... bat nofhlna" ; 4*finlt*
.. .airit of ....-:.*..../< ..... $.r..frl. ill |.. lbs ..Meet) /f t rlNMi t I lit&fjt.fJoN' ... ...ro-4 eb'svl H'. similar .ut

th. t> *paper are COB C.tl..ne" Street. p teed a u. 0U "e u4. for .,Hla. : I. !*...... Male. which" haw M/ ,,,....U,. '\

b "- iulrht t>*/l ve that Nrmtsgbam. Ala May H-K.l..r4 swlag IDAC".,.... O. a ft..I atxxit U'
r bad at-bl< ve l a victory ro.I r. a well ksWa rn...ra.MW elWadiawst. a.. ..-. by tfc. c .> ad .... sot Iwo ".., ,,f !.al. g.thsrrsf these ata Push Crerwee. t. Meet

pstud al the ,vaco ra << .** fta.y tao-.t t t. fa.' ago. itNew Tank la3Orir. Isesparltal dalts. Usdes.CNt.. AII.lrum.. U* May St.-AdaIr.: '

to the Ko.*Uav*. but tobnrb" fcy aa na..". <.a ..arrtv Mr. ..,d.v fw ...f. 1nr toes. I:... - v1Uea i,rs>.. fb! for tan...tloc uf

r ry.rylaBc tndxattag a fowler _aa e rortl.e H. .l.l...r .41 a n. 1+i7 44C'W. .u 114 u.55, .a.latetided. .. A..i'- In ....I.ft. IM bomb O irgu fruit growers nect
rWhile the 4U* treet car a4 they ..41..1' s 111e.d' N.. 0,,,,__. May JItIc..t.. Yrtsb h-ad.a" J.' ... .. TV. wtrtwet. o( lh..

a aps'rsd tike wiKMJr jrtly % ...ro MBI>> !iag toward ta>e_, ,..,. .., --- Mote .M .. tars .f taa- ftwth.t. f,,sr me.eU( U |. aleeI.| a plan to .v.al1, ,

.rat tbs ( aa4 wa* orc..rr4 kin to stop. w b>fc t". tears 0-.....;(... "_.,, .--.4-. .t..e.aetatkr.. ..,a. eletsie..tae Mjf, ".r- .%lri.e it lw say aas market t<* #

pls.d privately to the U4 MIL ... TT *m afnfr".g to pcY spa forWa, II -.>w .Ur <*.... t04.", rr .W.. Instal." j7/r prevent false ,."",t. .br .A ,

tins sstI-geieraore roch. lb. ...ro two*. th. a.4*.*Ui.'* ribs wk>. *a* tfAw''' '*."* fill a*..4ifi( ats 4511 pr..t4e4. Items tb* ...... .dbons .. aaerrfcaat. a a t'l this ra of frill

try ra*.ot N sand "n of alas sad a r.4 U. fata; ...... aa4 ra.. ..'..,...1 .aas-h I.e to .. Hr of the 1M comp at.b. of the alt .g. us arrival sad a* lo pees at which

of tysorabee as U'n..dttora ,1".4;*.a la atlil are*toy *4'val: .4" ...rOn ....& L'MkrU in May, 1141 wss r.deNtoa .1.: lit<< rows..:ste4 as4 Ir." **:.. rnnt made t.. J.rl" a pUn that

of t! a.'U of L W Ua;''u*. TIt, a Katy spat la .tats prtaola fry ..c Mee I" to the ppbbe: rr..4tr. Jerdsj sail wilt *..<<'.,. prpr let,.. of ear Aavlafe

b.ssi ttosterssrtu. .ayes Ut T>.r...., .IC'L! ...Q Ib. lays awe ere kaa B*. yearn. fist> IM 414 ant a.A4. .11. 110 fapofl .r tarttsga "t, trutt To 4lia gad bpi'age.

T s'kJo' isIsla .u...... U'- ...U..I>I gvar4.d yrttlaaee ...... eI4 ptitn os.,... Ity .,... i.. r..-ty ... wid shot C... ss..ats->> .. .,p..*i as, *."h.* atMlr of lapr.f'lAa. :'

tinsMrttsttap ,- csaasrttlsea' onu,1ri.vd. ef Gc<<. ... ,.,.,.. .. riPs...!!.. act .. llsa.u.ararrp11.h13i -b tl '.tar.et I leu tat.. I a 4..a*.- fAt 4a rsafketta, cr' Ui* prtwa4 tfo9.sass. .
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London :Mar 31 -Mr. Choate tie retiring BLOOD POISON

American ambassador and Mrs. GREATESTThe

SENATE AND HOUSE LEMON'ELIXIR Choate left Button station at noon today
on their way to Liverpool where The disease that has done more ENEMY
the ywill embark on the steamer Ca- any nther to wreck, ruin and

t1 The Work of Vindication> Goes On REGULATES TilE ronla for New York. A large gather' humiliate life, is Contagious: \ Blood Poison. Sorrow, shame and sufleritu' 'o

of hand with this gnat enemy, and man has always hated and fe, r
LIVER ing English friends and a few AmerIcans hand in
Quite Menny.REPREtJENTATIVE It is the most powerful of all poisons no .
bid them farewell. Owing to the it as he has no other d -ease. ;
NTOMACII be when its virus enters. the entire circul. ,.
the bloo.l ,
how may
that a cabinet meeting was taking pure .
OVAL DEAD BOWELS, become poisontd, and its chain of horrible symptoms begin to show.
place at the same hour, no cabinet -
KIDNEYS. mlnl.tertlere ally the first sign i is l a small sore or ulcer not at alarming in appara
present. The Americans with the I poison and soon the ', '"
saturated deadly in.
but the blood is being '
South Florida Mid Winter Fair Bill Hit
who bid Mr.
The Inventor cf the famous "TER: and Mra. Choate and throat begin to ulcerate the hair and eyebrows dropout, a red enl!' ,.

Hard tn the ,House-Many Bills Put BELL SCRAPE" a man kn.wn wherever farewell Included the entire staff of breaks out on the body copper-colored splotches and sores make :'

(d' ';' to Sleep-Sanata Did Some Night plows'are sold and Died, says : tbe embassy. appearance and the poison even works down into the bones end att

is disease hereditary being ,transmitted r> ,
Work- Primary Election Law Passed. the nerves. Not only: the u
: of FamineIs in the form of scrofula, weak eyes, soft bones weak i
" "'1 nave. need MO/LEY'S L": IOS Dying parent: to child p
Tallahassee Msy 31.-In the &!nUeeuerd' ELIXIR! for 10 or It: year In my in It. torment, like dyingof con constitutions, etc.. but i- also so highly contagious that many a I hi.
morning the first business family for the ..toI Acb. liver and kidDys. been ruined by a friendly hand shake,1 from using? the toilet article '

was the report of the committee to ascertain and flnd It'" tbe bent medicine I sumption. The prn cres of consumption one infected with the 1'"ison. To cure this blighting, deadly curse ".
bare ever used It U alHO a lure m.e- from the beginning: to the very blood must be purified, and nothing will do. .('
whether member of the Boardof
else ifnr pain. In the back or under the end, i I. a long torture, both to victim quickly and surely as S. S. S. It goes down to '.rvery

State Institution were connected boulder I bare. recommended It In and friends \.'h"n I had consumption S bottom of the trouble drives out every part
sti with the C. "...1 Publishing Comp.ol..nd numeruuM caner.. to my workmen when "
in its first stage, writes Wra. My J of tbe poison and makes the blood clean and stroi
no evidence wa found to alrk and unable to work aid It baa alwayairlven -
prove perfect aatl.faction. 11 U.TKRRKLL. ers of CuArfos. .) "after trviii? dif- It does not hide or cover up anything, but from >.

that they were.A President Atlanta Plow ferent medicine and a Rood doctor, in first begins to expel the poison and build up and strengthen the sysu

resolution wa adopted to hold Co., Atlanta. vain I at last took Dr. King's,:: New Discovery S. H. S. IS guaranteed: purely \'t'getable.'e offer: a reward of $1,000 < .

night sessions. which quickly and perfectly proof that it contains a particle of mineral of any kind. Book on the t,

h The House bill to require railroad cured relief and ease! with instructions for home treatment and any advice, desired, without
companies to put in stock yards was cure for cough, colds, sore throat, charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA GA.

passed. ..
- bronchitis .
etc Positively prevents
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The Seminole Indian war veterans' victs on account of sick and disabled pneumonia. O..araut..d at all drug

+ petition to Congress to raise pension convicts. The report was real again stores. Price &Oc and $t a bottle. Trial TAX: N'"OTIOE

from $8 to $l2 per month was passed. and adopted. It recommends that the bottle free.

t The House bill defining sick/ and funeral attorney-general be Instructed to investigate NOTICE li hereby then that the foiiowlmr, described! land iltuated. tying and being (In "m
Failed to Keep Death Pact. City of ilkloeovUie; In the county of Alacnua. In the State of Florida. will be sold at 1'1'i
benefit was passed. the matter and, If possible auction in front of the court house! door on Monday the Sth day. of June. A. D. 1806.at(,aln..-
Trammel! called House Milwaukee, May :31.-Arthur S. Mulligan "III... Alachua Bounty. Florida or .u ra'ich a.. ,,'111 he nec Niary: to pay tbe amount due the <
2/ President up recover from the convict lessees the of CainesTule! for tuxes! for the year ]H.'j' hereir..et! opposite to tbe same together with ". -.
1 bill providing that any common carrier um of $10,702'.62: stated to have been who on January 16, entered into of Mle and adVfrtNeuient.. . T.. B. ELLIS. Tax: Collectoi,
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transporting freight shall pay claims allowed them as rebates for sick and a suicide compact with Florence : .. '

c tier, for a loss or damage to any shipment escaped convicts. Groves pleaded guilty to manslaughter NAME I DEH'rIPTIOX. r1fj; C"-

K received by said common carriers with The bill/ to appropriate $15,000 yearlyfor today anti was sentenced to a I. -c'E-a
10-year 1 preeminent. In accordance
In a certain time from the filing by1 the two to the Florida MidWinter Bruwr .V.. .
years with tbe BiilcWal] pact, the girl made Geusey .>I In .w oor. of M. K HaU's: lot In toW l.a.n. 4
hipper of said elalm with the common Fair at Tampa taken and Til>. "n ft e & w bv ;|1'-.. It n A. s, near Porter
was up .. . ... . . ..
tour desperate:: attemipa to take her Addition Uainestllle.! In .w4 n\ 10 20 2 MA.AIts.krs
carrier and when under certain condl Representative offered an amend : ...........L.a.n4Ne7.Porter'.AIdltlunGnlnesIL'e.! : .... A MOs 30: 1:111:
.r tlons, they fall to said claim the life by drinking poison on the afternoon John Drown ..... .,Lot "2. Portrr'R Addition ialncfctiUe .. I 10 a> 1 10
pay ment to strike out $10,000 l and insert .. ...... .
of Jan. 22 and on the morningof J. \.Chlll!+ .Com at .e cor of A. J. Cone lot In B 21$.
; aid carrier shall pay Interest on the 16 cents. Laid on table. Jan. llru'h' Addition UalneIHe. and run w 343: ft
23. After her death
Mulligan to point of beirlnntntt. thence run n 161 ft. w 570
i aid claim at the rate of 25 per cent per Telegrams announcing the death of who had procured the poison "JoHt ft.s161ft&eVvfttobertnning l .. ... ... 5 10( 90 450
annum and under certain condition J. W Duke .. .......Ine'i! of II ". Ilrown'i Addition Ganen-Ue.ot.: :
i Hon Hurt O. Dyal were read and his nt'rvt''t fled from! Milwaukee and 14. 17. 1 III. Z2 k 21. "'nn',. !.ub-di.t.lon ... .. 5 10ao 4 In
8' hall b* allowed judgment for the said resolutions Introduced by )ir. Johnston was later arrested! at Racine. fate; of Mo.ea Kndel.foiD.'at'nw! ror'of "4 of II 2. Imrmm'H Addition!
f interest In addltlen to said claim. Kalnevvllie.: & run e ten' ft. n 40 ft. w luo ft. 46
were adopted n to bl1l1nnlr.jI'! I 5 10:0 x i5
' Judge Baneytsooght= to amend the bill l Marcus Cndel .. LOM S* tI..I. e-4! of .lot 7. oriirlna! survey Gainer
The Home, then, In honor to the Stimulation Without Irritation.In rule! .. . ... .. .. ... 5 10 30 IH!. TV
t ? but failed. Itjwss then passed by a memory of the dead member, ad- (leor tla I JlhhorJlI: .. 1..0119. Veltob Addition UalneKvil: .. . . 9 JO.ll: ) 4 IS:
; Tote of 20 to 5.a case of stomach and liver trouble Isar'a K. Hail. .... .. 11 ,t 4. M 3. Hrown'a Addition Ualoeavllle
JourneJ until 3:30 p. m. 7t'.ftna.by151fteaw.' ; .... I 5 10 30 4.
the treatment is to stimulate n..lnor Hull & Cum-
Senator Faulkner's bill making It proper
lilchrlst ",
Spesker appointed these without irratating them wings Lot II. B 3. K :. Roper't AddtloDla! 'nl'nille! 4 10:10: 1..0
unlawful to employ female In any Carleton, Watson and Uuckman to organs Heir of Hull & Cum-
house or place where Intoxicating Ii'v. Orino Laxative: l Fruit Syrup aids digestion wings .. ..Lot 10'i. U S, R 2. Holier1. Addition GalneavlUe.! 4 10 30 I H)
draft resolutions on the death of Representative Hrlr of Hull k Cumwing' :
quors are old wa unanimously passed. Dyal.Mr. and stimulate the liver and bowel Lotl.H4nt.Rol\I'f'.AddIUonGaDl'tlVUle! ! ... 4 10:0 SK
Heirs of Hull X Cum
Aftrllgnlng a number of bill. an without Irritating thssa organs like .. .1.01&. B 1. R!. .
Wall offered an amendment requiring Jnlnar" Roi>er'i> AddltlonGatneavUle! 4 10 20 I"85
adjournment was taken to 4 m. fills or ordinary cathartics. It done1 \V J. Hunter lot It. Ulooli U. W. H. Tboiuaa1. Addition to ne
p. .
the Tampa Fair Association to Uslnesyille . ... 4 JQo 1 10
; wtn thefBenate& reconvened aud took publish an itemized statement of all not nauseate or gripe and is mild and ".d. U ay wood Lots IlIlIII.. Porter Addition GainetiTllle.! .. b 10JU I 5f
LUrofU.S A U of S..
i' op blllsjon: their second reading. expenditures made from Htate donation pleasant to take J. W. McCoIlu-n U A. \VtxMl. !Sro'y Lot:tel..l'orler'.AddltlonGalne..me.! .... .. 1\ 10 30 If/>
. .
wit Senator finis Introduced a resolution Company __ __ Julia Johnson . "Nik ii.i 15 ii :<. R i. Koprr'H AdditionCJalneHTille t l"O 3 flU
In three newspapers of the State Ir. A. S. Jerrr E'4 lot e. K r.. Hrush a Andltlontiiilnecvllie 5 10 30 a 75
glvlnS.notice of tbe death of Hon. Adopted Whit Men Charged with Assault. A. W. LeUbton Lot bounded e by Wet. Main street I:sore..
Rffrluerator Co. lot. s by land. of S. A.U It. R..
t- Bert Q JJyiUof member of the
Nassau communication was received from Nashville.\ Trnn.. May 31.-A din- n A w by landa of J. R. K.ldlns: and M. M. SLm-
ilnrof Representative, requesting coons ... .... .... 12 80
Governor llroward and the Hoard of patch from Hfiwllng Green Ky., says Heir' of Wm. Back
'the''appointment of a committee to Moneley ... .. Lot on a Hide of Manonln .
Commissioners of state!:: Institutions In that Polk Fletcher John Sacra and . stt bounded e b* rorter -
t s by lot of Fjit. li C.
Pound w bj land of
c ,.prepar*" tollable r.tolutlona'aad set* reply to the committee's report. Hill and Itud IXon. white men in Jail \.. k liroome in aw>'' of .. .. . .. 5 10 :30
; ting of the hour from U to 11' lAM l n. of t enOOt'J' Brown and Primers! weeks 3 5ft
A discussion .
arose as to the report there charged with criminally atsaultIng Helraof! John McOuIre! U>t" l3AI4. 114 R I I. Roi>era' Addition Cialcea8. -
o'clock on Wednesday for the eonsld being spread on the journal. After the an Ignorant German girt near Ru. YU1. 4 10 90 4 *>
HMr. of
eratlon of the resolutions. committee all objected it was laid on Krllvllle\ Ky. will be taken to thatplace Lv., !.. 11etA.wea.McGuire... . Lot Loa: 5. h A 3.e.R lci'ormloli'2. Rot'er'a.i Addition I'lat Gainesville rJalne!.vllJe., .'.". I 11):10: 3 7U Kfr

{ Th. bill defining fees for sheriff.invlaaacy the tablet 1 for trial. for W. 1O.ene. .. .;OID. at an Iron stake MO f t e of aw ror of Sec.
Attorneys the I. Tp. 10. R. *'. A run n iao: ft. e M4 ft to boun
proceedings, and joint re.olu. House then adjourned. I men have applied to Governor Beck dary of land of O. A. Porter then along said
lion boundary line to ror of lame thence w Ml ft
proposing an amendment to sec I ham for I troops to protect the rrleoners. toteglnntnarIn.w'4< '.. .. .. ... . 5 10 20 1006
tics 8 article 7 of th. Constitution Thomas W. Pitta ... ... Coco at point 4A f t e of P'-x'
CLOSING OF STROBLE SCHOOL. It U feared that If troops are Miller ne cor of lot 1 of .
Addition Uaiaen-ille. run e :301H>I ft. a 1M
were passed. I not sent, they will he lyocbed.CASTORIA. MI.ellllY..1'1I. . ft. w .>l 4ftanIMfttobe.tlmmng! . .. K 10 30 JIll 36
Q Senator Grill's joint resolutionamending Interesting( Exercise and a Big; Dloner I Marie! U. Sberrod Lot Lot V 77.H Porter S. Inirram! Addition a Addition O.lnt'nUle.UalDevTlUe 5 1O -0 1 DO

article 8 of the Constitution -Excellent Work of School. I Mar Heir E.of Slmnonn.. \V0111. ... .J..t iii, Porters Addition HalnenWe 5 10 30 1 I 6fr 10
Com. at ne!
cor of A. N. Loomi
lot In
,,4' giving the Legislature the right to pass Mr. Editor Please allow me space U.ln..We run e 413: f t to State st..an I ft. -
law regulating the drainage of land !In the! columns of Heir of J. W Volk w 4U f t. n l.111. f t to beginning! 4 10 30 7 06
your paper to give a For Infanta and Children. A strip of i land 117: ft n a a between! Ii"t'ate at.
and the cutting of canal through and ba:f-mlle! Une of .. .. ..
brief account of my visit to the closing 4 10 30 I Ot>
other land, was passed. Hi Kind You Kara Always Bought
exercises: of the Struble school. T. B. ELLIS, Tax follecter.JOB .

%? Mr. tlllchrist's house bill{ conslltu. Lemonade was served before the exercise Bears theSignature . .- .- -- --- .--- - .

; ting the Governor a"orn"J'.flo.al!l began which refreshed all for

and Stale treasurer a board of commls- the enjoyment of the eierclses. ofNational .

s ion era to eramln Into and report The exercises of the students were PRINTING

t upon claims against the State arising begun al 10:30: a. m., and lasted until Plumber to Meet.

a., from moneys received by the State for noon. 1h. drill by Miss, Terry's department Atlanta May .-The J3d annual

account of Indian war claims, was was excelled. Th. recitation convention of the National Associationof Sen..d Your Order to

passed by a vote of 17 to O. were appropriate and well rendered Master Plumbers, which will meet

Senator Itlount called up the lIou. and the students showed that I at the Grand opera house In Atlanta THE SUN JOB OFFICE.

bill defining legal holiday 'in the Htale S they had been well trained June 6. 7 and I, will b. the largest

which was passed { also the Senate bit 1 The next on the program was dlon.,. gathering that the plumbers have vet --- .

to Induce thefrrompl: payment of State I would lx doing myself an inject* had and probably the largest convention

and county: t..... This bill allows a ice In attempting< to describe the exeellent outside of those purely political,

';i, premium for aotl atittg payment of t dinner, Kaubl: fit for a king which has ever assembled In the lily - PRICE:: LIST _ I

taxes andfadd a percentage for lardy were served, and twelve basketfuls Not )I...s than 800 delegates are ex- OF

payment.An were gathered up after all/ had eaten peeled. and from 400 to (00 ladle* and

evening session wa held at which I Then the audience assembled other victors will swell the attendance 1

'r only local bills were passed and listened to some excellent again addresses to more than .1200. EUREKA R VINE & LIOUOICO 0

'In the House. by Tho Wil'ard, ex.Reprw --- --

Tallahassee, May 31.-The House tentative of Alaohita county and T. Tax on Babies. THE tiUEVT MU'THERX MAIL

opened with a memorial to Congre s }'. Msynsrd. who 'is ex-leaoher and Extreme hot weather is a great' tax ORDER IIOCSIEXPRESS '

rk for deepening of channel to Car ibell* .t one of the best Alaehua county has upon th. digestive power of babiee. PREPAID. Full Quart Measure. ,

harbor. It was adopted. : produce: !, Mr. Price showed every* When puny and feeble they should be D

:Mr. Wilson's bill in re.srU to clerks I body by figure how he and th. school I given{ a few dose of White' Cream Per Jo"ou81.. Per P

of circuit court* making reports to the board in three yean bad reduced the Vermifuge, the child...0'* foals It llat.k.if. PrMatehetfa Ta.t.a..Wkla etoek.er Ga.kIA H ro Warts 54 no QIaana II 00 'Casea 4'

comptroller, wa passed also Mr. Indebtedness of the sob-district fromISO will stimulate and facilitate the digestion liaiebetl-vCMd RTN. .. .10) e., .81) a.I n
s] . a 10 ... .
an. N. 0 A.. r-aad7 . 110 _
Campbell's bill to provide for the .f. ? 00 to $115 80, which shows aa excellent of their food so that they soon C AK>M tftrwdr_ .. In en 7 ec It at "

feel of the record of deeds and record for Mr. Fries chairman become strong, healthy and aCI".. Kvreka ) sit ... rat . .. a w
, more* as .. r.r... N. C. i-e.e1 Waste . e uo au b seafa
; ..
gage of really as noticed, and to provide of the board of trustees. std! by w. M. Johnson I N. C. la. 1lsaty ... en t r5 'CIO It 001r.a".S.o. j
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Cor j .. eM re
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--i for the rellaqulshneat of dower. Neat waa 1'roAdkina farewell a4dre > SU.rea N. C. Cur, XX ., a ,. Ie ,. rI
.... He eiei.; R.'narlabl. Price far Art Cup. Kareka N. CX "'or&. XXX .' a as .00 .10 II tI
)Jr. WaUqp* bill to regulate the gave some .., adv.... j, toe..N-C.c.. ...xxxX. .. In .ft e. 0n i .

p holding ot political primary election* and showed what was requUtU, tn order London May XL -A entail sUteticentury teat H.nat\a4.Uww 80 aye__ .. .... -. ..... 1 e so It) lit. 10 e. 71 t& 'It)

f fa the Stale, for nominating candidate I to have a good school, if bis shies drlak "P carr4 oat of rock ':' $..." tliooa .,. ... .... .. e .. e W 070 U II W 10
would be errata! and mowate4 and asaar els.l ewv zrw / n 'n s sa It )
only heeded. eaamel
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for any office under the laws oar t i E.a. 5rr1.r. .. n II.
t* 1'. HenJeroa also with gold, was acid at aaetkw h.edj: r ; kJ 5Th i arc
wade short I .Afl ISIS
ibis Stale and for le 4sitat .
nominating dj> j j jI. .... .. . .: a 110 a .
gets to political convention aud pre. bat appropriate a-tdrwe.. for the rvmaraabie" price of IL$7& t .. .. .... .11 w r a K eo u Uti 7s

ecribing a penalty for any violation ".1. \ i.m>..II stated the tap yaw purraa" .e.| rot' tits. Frees $:.. t. $L&o Per

WaUe. May 31. )(. FUrpoAt Moe aa. of New York.&nnmparilt !'......... .......01 Gall... Delltefrv& {
thereof read the third time
wa anpa15.d d ,..;.. ....., H.toy.1t'sllt.a.5Wels.4
Natet./. .v.a.oslic t_.
a Uod 841..
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betti. ..
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by a tar=majority. --" -- --- -- --- --I Harefst.tile.rtlt.a..at.eesr.G!. asS.se.rS .. ,,-- ast.lwel..la..f tw.4w.latel. .,
a late :
Pending a dleuioa cf Kell"**.'. ....aa.ty... --_ a.y..wa1v. ta5r1..e Met. N.' c.rir'caa t
: .
ail ;. .54 5 ..., ......
r alive Uucktnaa' banklac bill and Ask u.. a.... ............ M. a. t at.wPdt a.aa. s.e' ter, y
amendment Representative Julian anythiac your parcels, raa.r..vw AyrtWarrtr seg.foe w5 .,.... 1... au fair.

) .t Ota?**! the adoptloa of the report mad e5s fcrandparecu, neighbors, yo'arova tru.154rarre5fwy4at. 1 W "'- .._.AgwtwsaWowN.a..lal y a.-au.-.+a..yWeas50s. Met.- rarer 4" erta-M '1enwwr

'yesterday by the emjmltt'*. oo State doctor. We will leave It May 4ee4. J'.a.r.fs.talitlwy.psstisrsetory: :-e.aaLIrl., acae04 W lawsIt eMrhN --pv

:A tMtlt.Uo.., relatlvW to rebate &1- of them. Best tloo4 mcdi- Eh8tW wl3r Z uqroa tosruT rrj
I ,*kX L.ai Tt i ii 11 i rn n *f4V*<* III N a. 114 Y 8Ta1C&T. '. _
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lowed tfeqr pmat of Bute j ,, i)
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MISS CARLISLE MARRIED. The Cause of Many Strike Breaker Shot Down. ..

Was Wadded Wednesday to a popular I Chattanooga. Tenn.. May St.-An attempt '..:': .-.-.;-":'.,'.';': .. . :: . : ..:'.:"'; ; '-' :'.' .,. '>','.:,:: .. ", .:"_":-;.,'. ":..:::'..:.:': :'."., : :;.: .'.".J r,',
Sudden Deaths.There was made to assassinate Clyde
Minister of Missouri.
Young Baumgartner.: a miner of Whltw, a
One of the most impressive aDd most is a disease! prevailing in tlucoun.r mining town of Marlon county Dal1mo -
\ must dangerous because: so- I
largely attended weddings held in this I r" Jilt It I ml&tiv.: M.ui\'Mi.Ucn o gartner was going from his work and 'CASTORIA

city for several! years wn the marriageof ); I :.::\ . dt'.tth'ure c I\I!'('.t I a hot was fired Ujr an un\no\\n party
Miss }Maria the ftccoulplitht daunt -;:- '. E E 1 b\ it-i! "ir: l.s- b..,,, l aireN of a ahotiiii\:; \ '< 'ins evldei.tl \-

terof Judge Jt A. Carlisle, to Rev. W. I .,): .)-:;. ease. j.R' .ieutnoni... i I i )' (:ohI'halg. and eUcn of the I I t 1

II. Hargrovo of MarshfieM. Mo, which ))11. IT !1 apople..are.'ft.n heart .failure or I I shot took effect in his hot) He li _l 'U For Infanta and Children@iSiD'R .1.'i

occurred at Kavaoaugh Methodist ;:::. 1ti' ,I... the risult of kul-i!: thought to be fatally \"nI..1. The

Church at high noon Wednesday, Rev. / .[': [ tiediseae.ktilnrtrouble. If I i 1 I cause fur the act is striking/: miners The Kind You Have

T. J. Nixon officiating It in I I(, co5nized Haiinigartner!; as a strikebreaker 1
N a .. ;! ._ al1owlh"a.llIlI'eI and took this means to more
to the popularity of the bride .
Owing -
'.. : theki.ll1t'Y'I''
.. ::
who has probably as many friend. as I ;) _..-_- ___ evl: bli>ixl 1 will attack .I him from their path. A literal reward ,_ 1 Always Bought
any young lady in Gainesville, the the vital organs, causing catarrh of has been offered fur the detention Arl(able I'rl'j\arationf"rAs. t'
the bladder, or the kidarya them",ehcs of the would.be assassin,
church was crowded as early as halt- break down nUtIdlle a\\ucell l h\' cell.Bladder ) slmilaUnj}lct.xJndne\ (. ula f' '
past 11, a half hour before the ceremony In.uLleuhlltt'nlwt'reutt, Ung the Stuinacls and Bow Is of Bears theSignature "
Farmer Suicides.
was to be performed. I from a derangement' of the Lulnexs ant Young
At 12 o'clock sharp the bridal par'y a cure is obtained quickest) l tw a 'proper Amerlciis. Ga.. May :U\ 'layton Kf iiigt CTat 1 X *

arrived in carriages and were escorted treatment of the kulne\. If j:OH are feel Byrd a well known young/: farmer,
ing badly jou can make no lIIi.lale bv entered a saloon' and called for a glass
,, to the seats which had been reservedfor taking I>r. Kilmer's .Swamp-Root the i), of water: then bidding tin-) barkeeper! 'romolcs Dibcslion.CkerMnesSandl I.

them Shortly afterwards, by the great kidney, liver and. lil.t.Idc lemeu;-. j farewell he deliberately 111\ ul 1IWl"d *6 "Contains nciilxT I of
trains of the wedding march played It correctInahlht\ to hull i urine aiul )nium.Morplunc{ nor>fu''ral.1or'N.ARCO'l'IC. a
grains of morphine a and Immediatelybegan
scalding in 1'a"'sill > anal
pain it. oerconies -
by Mrs. Denby, the bride and groom that i/npleasaiit nrcessitvof Ixringcompelled j : to pray. Within t:. minutes ;l

entered and marched down the aisle to to go often through the day, physicians wore at work upon him. ... -- 1dIte

the center where the beautiful ceremony and to get uP.m.uitiuivs during/ the but despite their efforts. Byrd died In r.reedo.c4M u,1'I1'r./IJR a, t t.t.
night. The mild and the extraordinary
was performed in a most impressive .
two hours without even rrgaintng! consciousness -
effect of
Svtamp-Koot i"i suxm realized.It .
[ manner. stands time highest for it* wonderful He was miifh vsteometland t:A r
While the wedding was a simple one, cures of the most distressing case ho cause U assigned, fix his self- ..oss..ad. I in

it was wrought with that impressiveness Swamp-Rtx is!pleasant to take and h destruction. lie ha t a young wife .I -w..,.,. i {
which ma es such occasions sap sold bv all druggists, in fiftj-cent and and child and was in properous circumstances. t.r-l- A
one-dollar site littles. You have ''
a '
credo Owing to the popularity here of sample bottle of tins wonderful may"new discoery ''a.- UseFor

the bride who was virtually reared In and a hook that tells all about it, ; g

,Gainesville an unusual interest was both sent free l hy mail. Address, Dr. Kil Found Cur. for Dyspepsia. a'NunnSuurStoawhUiari'ho .,
mer & Co.. Ringh.tumtnmi, X Y. \VhenwntiiK t
manifested and many friends could not .* mention reading this /generous Mrs! ;t. Lindsay of Fort tVilfiam On.Iario '\'orn\S.Conv\tl iol\s.t 'wrl h. '

keep the tears of mingled; sorrow and offer in this jMpt-t I>"n't make any Canada, who has tutTvred quite a ness mid Loss or Surer. Over
from trickling down their cheeks. mistake. but .. .
joy I rruneuil.crthenanieSwampRoot. number of tears from ily.I\"I..ia| and -
Miss Carlisle is a noble lady, a Christian -( Dr. Kilmer s Swamp-Root, and timeaddress great pains in the stomitch. was advised fA:Sin le Si\"l\lurr! oraihl7

of the highest order and it was no i bottle ISmghamtou N. Y., on every by her druggist/ Iu take Champ ; Years

more than natural that her friends, berlain's sSiouiach and Liver Tablets __. _}n.M. YOllK Thirty
-- ----- ---
while congratulating her gave her up She: did so and says "I lind that they
with reluctance. I have done m*. a great deal of Kood I

The bride wore an elegant traveling; have ntver had any .uHering.luca I
Work Progressing!; Nicely and Will be "
began: using them. If troubled wink CASTORIA'
gown, while the groom was clothed( in
Completed Within Few Wesks. dyspepsia or indigestion why nut take
the regulation black I
Immediatelyafter Work on the elegant new building these tablets, get; well and slay well CXACT COPY Of V/ APPCrt.Turpentine 1
the ceremony the party took Fur sale by all druggists
lunch and at 2 o'clock departed fur : of Holy Trinity Episcopal:: Church is Ytt....._.._""*.... dew..- ..v.. y

their far-off Missouri borne, where they I progressing nicely and within the next Excursion Train Wrecked. :. _. _. . ....-.. .......'........,>>.I!:;"" ;Ic"7:; : ',
few weeks, should weather conditions
propose in future to reside I I' Memphis Tenn., May :31.-A specialto
'i favorable, the will becompleted
Many friends accompanied the newly l prove building the Newci.Scimitar front (Cherokee,
and ready todeliver lu first . _._
married couple to the station where I Ala., says that MO excursion train bear -'--- ----- -------- ---------- ---- ----- -

rice played an important feature. a* a'', class shape to the parUh lung shop fiiiploien, their families! and

silent wisher for future happiness and !I As ha been stated before the! building friends from Tueuntbla Ala., to luka.

prosperity.The is being constructed of the famous MI..., on the Southern railroad was Operators Attention !

groom is a rising young ministerof MoCarroil 1 stone, which is an exact imitation wrecked near Dlckson, at midnight. ,

Missouri, being a member of the of granite and guaranteed Just The engine and five couches were de

Conference of the Methodist Episcopal as.durable. The exterior of the buUdI railed. The! train carried 1,400 people

i i I ing so far as it has gone, is first-class but no one was hurt. Traffic delayed
Church South. lie is a young man of wa* -
in appearance and workmanship and about eight hour. }
pleasing address, pleasant manner anda ,
I the contractors declare there! is nothing; The Standard Naval Stores Company: of.Tackson'.ille
most entertaining nature, and, inasmuch -
better or more durable anywhere Sprained: Ankls, Stiff Neck, Lame
as he has Ukt'nJnto himself a
the needless 'j i The new building, which located at Shouldsr.. Florida, are now prepared to t
wife of same disposition i* -
the corner of East:: Main and East Me- ft
These are the common ailments for
to add that their married life will ,
be a round of happiness. I Cb.nie r I streets, will command one of which Chamberlain's rain Balm Is especially contract with indepondent producers and
I the most desirable locations In the city. valuable If promptly appliedit

Cuban Diarrhoea.U. j.I It will be a credit to Gainesville and will save you lime, money and suffering will pay Hat Savannah prices for Rosin and

those who have labored so diligently when troubled with any one of
S. soldiers who nerved in Cuba I I In securing fund for Its construction, these ailinvnts.' For sale by all drugi.t. ,.- Spirits Turpentine delivered at either Jack. +
know what i
daring the Spanish war ): ..
and the people: of the c'ty: will have
this disease it, and that ordinary rent- r .
cause to feel proud of Its existence.The --- - - Honville or Fernandina. e of storage, .
edies have little more effect than so MEN ARE
I I building. which has already been
much water. Cuban diarrhoea is al- | -
dedicated will be properly received insurance! or commission charges. "Wo are M
most as severe and dangerous a mild ,. T. Flats ABM ..!___ Vale. They
r..m.-I;I with appropriate ceremonies by DishopVeed. Strike .! ... I'uderlylaa Cans..
attack of cholera There I is one also prepared(} to make liberal advances. Investigate .
\ To treat Dandruff and .
be depended __ .. FallingItmtr.. ,
edy, however, that can always ----- -- with Irritant or oils on which para-
upon as will be seen. by the Just What Everyone Should Do situ term will prosper III I like iicooplnc our methods of shipping: in tank

following certificate from Mrs. Minnie Mr J T. Barber of Irwin\itle, On,, water from. the ocean to prevent the tl from ruinrT
Jacobs of Houston Texas : "I hereby : always keeps a bottle of Chamberlain's u cannot ac
certify that Chamberlain's Colio, Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea' Remedyat cure without having n right un<1.r.tan<1'Inr
Cbol-I of the fundamental eau_ of the further apply to a
era and Diarrhoea Remedy eare I hand ready for instant use. Attscks trouble.. .

husband of a severe attack of Cuban :'r of colic cholera morhtis and diarrhoea You must kill the Dandruff O.rm.

diarrhoea which he brought: home !,1[r come on so suddenly that there Is no Nswbro'a IferplcdVi .s..... I hi* because It
to specially mad to do that very thine STANDARD NAVAL STORES GO.
from Cuba. We had several doctor* tune to hunt a doctor or uu to thettor. When the germ la removed. the hair ,
but they did him no good. One buttle !!'for medicine Mr. Barber says : "I has no choler but to resume h.*lthr ,

of this remedy cured him a* our i have tried Chamberlain'* Colic Cholera rowth .... beauty."D..troy Jacksonville Fla.
neighbors will testify f thank (i'>d ; ba cause. you remove thITect. ,
and laiarrhOf'i Remedy, which Is ."
by for all so d valuable a. medicine." For sale I flip of the! I Lyet medicines I ever saw.I I'oM by leading dru..ta.not< 14o InMmM _.__. .'''_ '. _''___ ____ h' __" __.'_' _._ __" . . . -_. _. ..____-...__.,
rU5tRI.tI.DONf keep a bottle of it in my room as I for sample to The ItcrplcM Co, r
I have had several attacks of colic and Detroit Mich. G. S. MERCHANT & GO.

it has proved to be the best medicine I J. N. 4ifrd Jk c... M+cUI Agents

GROW OLD, i ever used." hold. by all druggists..* _.. --- .. .-.-. Retailers and Jobbers In

Why Some Women :: Old and Gray i lUlelxh Acreage: ; Decreased S C. May In 31.North--Tbe State state
and Groceries
Daytona Staple Fancy
at Thirty and Others Fresh and agricultural department cave its annual
report on cotton acreage. Total
Youthful at Fifty.
I compared with last year 7V per Beat train

Female disorders lip the life and a decrease of 2114 per cent The report '
beauty and freshness of youth from says that owing to cool weatherand Beach
women Vith. astonishing rapidity. excessive rains' dnrluc the put s s SOUTH SIDE SQUARE i t t OAIN1E8VILLX FLOKIDA.

Because their ailments seem not se. If hsst marks for Chloh .. and other
rioos. because 'h"'l.re not bedridden three weeks there Is much cODlp1aIDtr'rardr.1 - .. If priest paid Fags Prudoc

and because death does not immediately : ( the condition of cotton. ..... ,

stare them in the face, many first women grass scarcity of labor and wet lands The "Kennici" Complete* nock of Hay Corn Oau. Flour Bran, Meal, Cotton H.-d Meal!
noticed neglect and the allow conditions themselves when to become being the chief cau.... The t we Ire and 8*.. W. handle only' the VEKY ItEUT oodl .! the LOW 1I
largest cotton growls count* show XflT PRICES and truarant* satlsfMlion always.
sufferers from one or
ehronta Will MMMSSSLS parties far ligkthswsek
more forms of female weakness.O. only 1per cent decrease.Suicide ... T .-. ' ."..- . .., ... -.. -. -
F. P. ((;ertll.'. Female Panacea) ..,. *r hard wtlh re.aa. ., ;.," Pdh
:7Cn T. JOLIs111t3YID 1000.
positively cures every description of Lost I1S.OOO.OOO' Capper. For rain apply ..

female troubles. FltUburr, May ll/-'\'. C. Jutt. UMPlttsborg .
J is purely vegetable, pleasant toe coal operator who eonmitt d C. A. KCNNI2Y. Ooodall. Ft-. H.F.DUTTON&CO.DEALKR8IK

and prompt and vigorous( in .- -. . _. ..-.- -- f
i Oo.i suicide la Atlantic Qty, was wort a .

i eases of prolapsus (railing of the few years ago at least J.000.000.. It MAX KilAUSS, -- --
ibl. dI Ieult. suppressed or painful |. now reported ber thAt b. 414

troatton. Uncorrhem or ovarian worth almost DothID,; that ..*a UIvoos Kopr"'Dt Sea Isla" CottOD.;
lee. its effects are simply mar. la which a* lived .. was4 "yproeolaeot .
beaker, ft Is
do ouor not what ears what remedies your doctor to* hat has sJd a that hs bas lost millions la the 3-A WEIL & CO., :Z." Sea Island Cotton Seed, Bailing and Twine. Walrus b

" F. P. will positively, surely peat few years ta AmsJgs4aat4 Oos> Leather In Strips or Bides.
died! restore you to prfe per apwolatloU. WHOLESALE SHOES

aDd strength.ffOB'l .. .- .. .-
have to ta*. oar word for Will Cure Coft "'ptioft. Of All Dwrrlrtte. Manufacturers of the James Dclg Improved English '
bottle from drtMtr*.t
.a la aa dlreetsd. and If it baa A. A, Huns Flafc, Ark., writs.! - Sea Island Cotton Gin and Supplies for Some.

,OG. marts tAe> emptyhs "Foley's Hs s.y sad Tar is tb. bsmtprvparatloa .
> wiU I.eaas" .foed for sooftu colds. and jean Boto Af*.ts> lot man ARCH ft ftOTEB GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA USA 4

klf Ikaod joo the raurfet Gentle esa bl.dieis o4 sap-. tr..bl.. I kaaw that it baa cured ..- DgS Qvum 8boM. Zyef7 -- .'- ..-- ... .- ---. -- -.- .- .- . -.. - - . .. .- .-- -

!. Ibe flr.. ... ..." YCM
T..n. oe dollar aospKoa .,
oo rtf.fnrrsnlST
pip*prepaid to year adeoo4i- .ever heard of ayo. mnt F.Uy'HosMy j
1 ": '.am. K...,...* as>4 T.r'* DOC b.iag .., 4td. ,. Advertise in THE SUN4
J, W, MeColIsta A Co. J. M>D/l>pl $!. Af tat

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DAI' t y'tbh.c 1 EAST COAST CANAL. "To the list of those who did good

work for the Deaf. Dumb and Blind
By the Inserting of a paragraph in Institute The St. Augustine Record LINIMENTS

the bill extending the time for the should add the names' of Senators KING OF ALL

KcMred at for Poe Offlo atftiiteoordelas Gatae.rU1.lla.. completion of the Florida Coast Line Adams, Uane,. Humphries and Mc- AND ALL PAIN

nail matter. and Transportation Company canal, 2reary.," say The Lake City Index CURES RHEUMATISM .
CUT' aiulU'aUN./ /.
the present Legislature insures the The Record cheerfully accepts the sag.gfStion. 5TURAloIA....PRa1Ne.e"'CA .
.0. INAOrrrlt AOACI.1' .uae.
H H McCREARY.Editor and Publlaner. construction of an extension of the canal realizing that the ejitorof The CURE S 555515 OLD "'0.CONK....HU..."*. .pa.ffM.V ....wm,-_ .. P,
W W. WtA-TH.. ** MAlI p. .*A.T.i
-- ASkILEY.A.soelateFdttor.-- from St. Augustine to the St. Johns Index, in his position as the honored FIST 00.as.iuU10Ra. O"I .LA'.';MO ALL I

I JEPSEF BURTZ. City Fxlltor, river, or the forfeit on the part of thecompany secretary of the senate, knows whereof -

of 100,000 acres of land. Theamendmenll.dopt..d he speaks.-St. Augustine Record.
LOIMS J. nRLMBY.Ieb'1<< Traveling Agent.F .
and incorporatedin - -.----
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; I %>f. PREW1TT.ConrosirgRooms.: the bill are aa follows The leading/: Russian papers are of 1

"Provided. That 100,000 acres of the the opinion that the 12-inch gun of
rI{ average lands now held In reserve on the
Japanese have more effect
PCS W. Main Street S,. 43-1 navy
.. account of the uncompleted portion of than
the Czat's
------ prayers' of the priests.
a THE DAILY r v*,jmlJi.hed every morning, except the oanal. and waterways of said company _-. ------
Monday,delivered l"y carrier in the city,or - --- .
_ mailed to any |*rt of the l'Dlh.1 l Slates, postage from mile twenty-four to mile On5 advertisement hain't the powero .

free, for fs a year; |r.vo six" month; (..25 three one hundred and twenty-six south increase a b'ninp'" any more than
snontlin cent lor five *eek- trlclly inadvance. from St. Augustine shall continue to
; or 50: one grain of corn h..s uf fattening a : i
he held in reserve by the truites of chicken. _

r the Internal Imf :'ovement Fund of the :: I
Reading I1ltI"In local: column lucent* a line
i fort r.t Insertion, and jcent* ror...ch additional State!: of Florida until the completion of Free Delivery i

ioaertlon.Katra of said canal and waterways from St. Washington. May 31.-The superln

for dlkplay ad'ertl.uII'm.d.! known on 1 Augustine to the St. Johns river In .accordance ttndent of city free delivery has laM, r

yt application. with the specifications prescribed before ro tmaah'-r Gtrt-nral Cortelyon READ"I THIS REMARKABLE CURE:

in section, 3 of chapter 3005, a statement on r ,.,louR features of the
b The Twiie-B-WetV KmiUan "civM-page, forty. much afflicted with rheumatism writes
$ Cfluntn 1"1'cr. i>utli.lic.l every Monday and ante of I IS69. f.aw.of Florida The said city free' leliv ry. Taking the sera Ed.C. Nod was lowavUle, Sedgwick Co.,Eanaas,"going

Thunda)'. and contains all the new of the work on said can ). and waterways between vice by states, New York heads the I I about on crutches and suffering a great deal of pain.
r wetk, local, Mate and general and will Ixr St. Augustine and the St. John. Hat with 100 fr"' delivery postofflceu 1 was induced to try Ballard's Snow, Liniment which

t mailed, outage free, to .any pert of the UnitedState.or river shall be commenced not later which Is more than the whole country:j'' cured me, after using three SOc bottle. IT IS TUB
Canada fur |l...>r year-in advall e. GREATEST LINIMENT I EVER USED; bITe ree-
t than the date of the completion of the 30 years ago. Pennsylvania Is second.!
cmmended it to a number of persons, expressthemselves
7.I' All advertising UI1/ become due after firs canal. and waterways now being constructed with 9-1. and Ohio third I with 73. The!I : as being benefited by it. I now walk

aJ' tante..r: advertisement unless ctherwUe by said company to St. Augustine percentage of co-t of the carriers' aer-j without crutches and aid able to perform a great

fi iY4 .l Ulatcd In contract. Farllea nut known to Ua and shall be prosecuted continuously vice In chief cltt- .H 18ew: York, 12.S7; deal of light labor on the farm."

will vance., be required Address to pay Till for advrMUing DAII.Y KCN.C.UII.aVILLa. la, ad thereafter until completed. Chicago 15.63.; Philadelphia.' ( ".05; !'I THREE SIZES: 25c, SOc AND $1.00

FLA.KojriUeniky "And provided further That in the Doston, 21.8C; Baltimore. 25.2C; Cln- BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.

_. .. .. . . (clnnatl 17.91. ,
.n - ----- -- -- --- --- the said canal at I *
event company I ST. LOUIS. U. S. A.
don't seem to be ei-: time desire to sell its canal the .
any - ----- -- --------- - a
rleocinK any relief from his old comIf J State of r bonds shall have the refusal ,

J1Jalr, ",\nd provided further, That neither

laid above provision la reference to SicK : SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

Russia will only got bury the Japs said 1facres, { nor the acceptance W. M. JOHNSON" Gainesvi11e.I :: _

would hare! time to clean up on another thereof by said companynor the provision -

fleet before the Fourth that the State of Florida shall have Headache I
" " " " " "
_-_ _; -h-_-_--_-_-__-_ the refusal the event the said company

Li It Is asserted that they are hauling desire to sell, shall be so construed When your head aches, thereis 1\
storm in the nervous I
mud clear from Utah to throw at the aa to in anywise interfere with a system 'I

Fensacola municipal election. alter change, or impair any rights This, centering irritation in produces the brain.pain I': s If You Are Insured. ;

--.-- property, privileges, grants, franchisesof .
r in the head and the turbulentnerve
The recent rains hare materially said company now rxiatiug or the P

'l helped vegetation and the year so fart extensions thereof: herein and hereby ach causes current nausea lent: to vomiting.This the stom-. I 1 In a Company that i. Ruponsible. HaT a Policy Correctly I S

t+ has been very fruitful to the hatband provided except as to the 100.0Uacresof is sick headache andis # Writtenuli Liberality of Pulicy Cuutract sod the Company *

man In this section., land as herein above mentioned." ('eye Losses I'ruiaptly t \
as frequent 'and i
dangerous %
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I _. _
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prolonged attacks weaken the

a Senator McCreary's bill authorize. REPRESENTATIVE DYAL DEAD. brain resulting inloss of You Are Assured
the city of Gainesville to bond for i ;
inflammation epilepsy -
3 educational purposes, shows that he I..r.fullylookIDJ Is The news of the death of linn. Kurt

ont for the Interests O, Dyal at Moniac, CIa on Tuesday, lilts dizziness etc. That no aerinis lots can overcom you without you hate some 1

of his constituents. May 80th came like a shock to his Allay this stormy, irritated \ rt'fut'. ;
t' aching condition by taking
,t many friends, although It was knownho \
----- AntiPain'Pills.They
Dr. Miles' .
Jndglng from (the article In The Dally wa ..seriously. a
Deceased of the. best known stop the pain by soothing Fire Life Accident and eIllsurau.
rt& Capital Tuesday, The Tampa Times was one strengthening! and relieving ) \
and popular nen in East: Florid .
M will not hare room for anything else tcnsibrk the
the nerves
for a few days, If It attempts to reply where the naval stores business had
-not by paralyzing them, as None L.it Reliable Companies Ier-re: euted.
to the "settln' out" It received from earned for him a handsome fortune
do most\ headache .
The Capital) My, but h'. fierce He was a self-made, man and a progressive Miles' 'Anti-Pain Pills do \ 11

} cltlten. Born in Georgia In not contain opium morphine, A. M. CUSHlVIAN
w 1861 he came to Florida In 1807, settling ,
Dewey says "It Is the beginning of chloralcocaine or similar drugs.

, the end," in speaking of. the Jap-Hus- In Nassau county, his home being "Hick headache I I. hereditary In rnr Information cheerfully farnuhed. GAINESVILLE, FLOR'ID.A.

slan naval battle. Only a few weeks at Dyal. family. ilr father lIurr.ro' a great 1ioaroin.ioio.r

ago however, he said the Uusslans lie was a member of the present deal. .unit that Fur were many norr years. 1 that have I was hadspell o i o io ioioioeo
and serving his fifth unable to attend to my bu.lnc"" affair
_ would win If a battle was tou.tIt..a legislature was for n dye or so ait at tlm.. During awry - . ... .
the Russians had the largest flee. ;. term as a member of the House of sever. attack or )iail*rhe. t took -- -
Representatives. His colleagues In : I- )'ll >n' Anll-l*.ln J'ill and theyrell.y.d PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF
nif ulrnoat Immediately.! Sine
% The Jacksonville Times Unlon the !House passed resolutions of sympathy then 115k. ::rn when I feel the ."t"uecmlnsT
says un atop. It at once Whiskies Wines
the people of that city ",hould give on his serious lines( the day previews ... A. n. Knjr.JOHN Co., J.Kouth McKTUAIN.Pr Bend. Ind.Dr. . I Beer and Malt.
his death.II .
4 their hearty support of starting an to MII V Antl-Pjln Pills are sold by _
- --- -- -
. -
_ 1 amateur orchestra." Then perhaps -- 'your M. first druafll't.p.chaq: who will will guarantee bon*"'. If"last ExriiEss ('UEI'\III. Hulk C J
should not be necessary to repeatedly 4H.cI-Ju' Free Nt Prepaid.
they might appreciate a recreation fall to. will return your monvy.K .
call the attention of the authorities doses 2) e.nts. Never sold In bulk. Fun VL )1.uurt4Q1L t Qt,. IIQ ... ft.no Per Gallon
4 pier, or '011\. pl.ce.o they could falloff Miles Medical Co. Elkhart. Ind Huntl.d Club Rft .. .M e.6 H llO e 7 fe RH' HID. ('"rn. Good:lIrade.
to the needs of immediate action .
the wharf Nelson County Ue. .. .. I \\Ill 4 7 r..1 U.tO Per Gallon
:. In regard! to sanitary measures about Monogram Rye . .. S 10 s "k' a l0. Rlr. Gin. /bro. Uum. Floe Quality'.
vt' The laws, laid down and I Han.41'. R,.. . .. I a II ,, .2.tu: Per Gallon:
the city. are u S i'JO R,.. Gin. Corn. Hum.
A few of lest for the
repairs, on some our high 1II0Dey.
--- - -- -- -- -- .. ... .
should be enforced In a careful man. -- Social Drore t !r\() I'i'JO 11'1(1' .. "I"' Per Gallon:
ways would put them In good: condition Malt. Wblakey . .. :J SS!'t It W S i'JO U" H.e. Peach amt Apple Bran4,. Mellow
The old saying that ". stitch In ncr This should be done .before any !'ereb. IIr.nd. . .. S TI! s! W s sn I'd br age.i ,
serious results arise from neglect.' The FOLEY'S I I ...... llt'Per time saves nine applies to roads as AI'Ile Ilrand a u! II to 1Io''I! k well as It does to the garments of the pure city water we have and our location II HollandUln. .. ... . ..- 2 toO 115 T :1\ quality.Geeera .
for naturallrainage should leave I I Gin .. 115 I toJ e f\O 1.lI'T LOUIS ISF.F.R
S young hopeful' and It aUosaves money ?SO" l'am.lna Coro :I rA s I" Too Per
for infectious Wo"n..lnCoro 3 Ta Fa"t.tf: hirer ... ......1 :1'
..1\0 loop-hole contagious or II.on f\O
,ah to the people! on road taxes. I any Jamaica. R..a .. L ...1 t 2ft !, :.j .:Ur.I'..:. . .... 100
diseases to give the peopleany HONEYINDTAR'The tl'dh..1 Rum a .t !\ 'It) I-t..Dd.nt. .. . I 00
T ---- -- -- alarm It the backyards and other Ureloe inanity 3: rS i t11 9 Po) Halt. extra dark . . I 00
Casslni, the Itussian ambassador, lilll4 or K.-,', IWurMO s a III""" 9 110 I (;oburll'f'f. tmtaxted . . I 00
lurked after. One dollarfor I"-eo Alt-.llnu .. .,. . .. .. >
places are t If
must have a vague.: iuVacf some things original' Price.AortmentAlredon Aj!: ..000. O. Same Gulnna. "" ..at. flnta .. .. ..."... ..,
He says "Huul must fight until the prevention: ia much Wit than .-. l'r1c. by the bbl_ 00 5VDllcation.
many llrnes that sum fur cure.' Let us LAXATIVE cough rimed,. -- -
tables are turned Tables turned! If I : ;
half the reports' are true, it seems as : k.ep the city clean and it will be Tli g.nuln.VOLLY'3 ;: .l.IiIST;, HANNE' BROS J.\t SO TlLLE.
x healthy There are places that nerd 5 FLA.
though the hole thing-tables, chair, HONEY antS TAR Is tmpMkaf - '.
the quick action' of thw, ottleer.( - --- --
4 etc.-had been turned several limes a T.ne *. Refuse sabsutate. h.. M. GaaHAtt. President H E. TAYLOR, Cashier

oter. _. _ --- ---- -- I I I O.o. W. Hroa. Vie.-Pre.idsnt l.aC
--_. -.- Small obstacles on the track don't t r'II .r*d only by Oi4HAM. Aitt. Cashier

The old schooner ...., a o.-.nJ. Ohloo.e.
yacht Atlantic keep the train from moving on. yet .

_ crossed the Atlantic tvean in II days, sometimes a mighty little disappoint Far !'AI" bJ J. W. ..-.11... A ... THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK

a 18 hour and S3 minutes, In the great meut !In advertising will cause a big - .

sailing race, beating all previous rre man to falter MENANOWQMEM. OF

.. She made'841 knots In one day ---- ----- _-.-.- L tea C*.as 55 tot assaterat G.A.INESVILLE.
d1.caNM.raMMl. ,
Is the Yankee s. s
Barr sailor
-t Captain that
STraor 0111'el1'Y or Y"l.EPO, tLrrtaCOIMTY ..arw.d Irtru... M slal..a THE ONLY NATIONAL
.. rr..s. .r wU..1 M.aLr... BANK
has won so many cup races, and In Ibisti J w....trpslsM..., sad oat wet.. IN ALACHUA CO

contest he eaptured the prise offered Frank J. Cheney make oath that he

by the Emperor of Germany. The is senior partner of the firm of V J, eLn.wtt. 5 a.em sthLeo.r.re.r b Ur.KbM4C.aa. Capital. . . . . . . . . . . . 150,000 00

b, other contestants were not In sight Chettey Co.. doing business in the er a.-ra..gas.a.5U..I2 r..NM.ItOCUN i.eel Surplus and Undivided Profits. {?
. 30,000 00
when the Atlantic arrived! oily of Toledo, county and late afore

q ; -------- .. said, and that sal firm will pay the ---- -- - ----- .-- --------- o.w. eat iatre: ... -.y a.aaktagbaa.r.of r.,... .......-t.....,..fset5tte... .... Cnaacayoaa....... \0 .a..,,..bsaa I. u.. II..%. itavois

a Now that the Japanese have come to sum of (\ n: HUNDRED IMX.LAKS '1' _J.....,...._.. AUb..ta..tra..mi.d lstlnss et,allow.s 4

the front on n. rice diet many will be for ..<*rt and every case r' <*tarrh that H. X. T....TLOR. CaaliUr.
pleased to know their manner of cook-1 cannot, b cured by the use -.r '''-WI . - - -----. .. -._'- -- _-_. -'I

_ L log this cereal as it Is quite simple : I'atarrhCur.. FRANK J iiMKNKYSworu :

_ A Put 00. eup of rice, which has been I to before>> me an
K thoroughly washed over the tire, with in my presence, this f-th day of Ikcember ;;::':1":'" ..:: r war=- -== TIRE LIFE AND JORDAN
i .' 1). lx"">d. .
tv five uf fast boiling water Add salt, -eres ea_ 1N a"1tiCOSJNTCII.. ACCIDENT IX ,
C l1itL I MTVOLRASOX.. JJa./.r ..., w.5 ......,- -- Lq
and when It has boiled fast for fifteen NorA.v PTBUC. _.v.w refqh air J.M.L THE OLDEST

sir minutes set the sauee-paa uncovered I Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter ..d Y.ri,f.s.sat(hs.tks tsth.trsay.Wr.wwr..r .
In a moderate oven la flfleen mia* natty, and aots dirmly on the bJoo.1 .11 __ ---. __ __ '-' ..... AND BEST COM INSURANCE
tales the water will have completely and raucous surfaces of the system D. C-
Send for '.."moDI.... frv.. PAKIES
evaporated end every grain b* distinct K J. CHENEY: CO.. Toledo. O.
ADd aulf,. Not a grain will .aiok to I
d Sold& bv all \Ire..'.... Tf*, GASNOW I,
the bottom of the saucepan. Rice Take Hall's Family rills for cooslipatloa I
cocked this way Is a revelatloa.w PCTt BLOCK

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x P, M GOLSON BUYS How Is Baby Today ? I,,, NAMES SENT 'IN. [.POLKA*OOT"CANS"t] ;.

Better, thank you. In f fret quite well. Postmaster Arnow Bound to Have 4 .
VALUABLE TIMBER Fat. round and iuIl of lite and mischief I:I Another Rural Route Here Soon. !jOWlS THE PAiNT ,

r nk i" ': wl 'c flesh, d-tto.! with (hmP' Having secured the snrtK-teut number ..
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'!<"<. X r .h.. no moi 5:1':i n. : of names for the establishing[ of .lmprtitnl...... Memorandum.Aboxc ..... .....".."._-. ,_.-. ..-.__-._.-..._ t
Secures 6,000 Acres of Profitable A:i L.n av., ,mt ,.i.iI .iI another free rural mail delivery route :I'-rM_-....4M..y.......S: <.<..:..."...0"1 M'N'. r.,, .,' '....-.........-_.rw.-...... '__' \
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I here Postmaster J. \rnowha; \ forwarded
Trees in LaFayette County.
nil. USE GOOn r 'MSfTScoi" !
\Vashingiou" the petition ," ', "hI "ill I JUM 1.. ./ the "IIII"e tij
cp' ''''( purr ? << one gmt fcqufo*
i together with his oftic! al application iff cl 4,...x1 rain, f..r i\h,..h tares\ : .u ,,,. 'Ut-.hlU'c-.lnJ the uv* wry to Qet Uw a
EXCELLENT TURPENTINE STOCK I j putt trc.H .iiKrJ "I""it lo buy the oil I anj ,
I i for the route, and within the next: few 1
'days it is reasonable t""> suppose that '
Timber Is As Fine For Turpentine and /t t
rk I the route will be t''tabi' : h''d. i
Milling Purposes as Can be Found in .I administered b I 1! As has been slated t b,-' he route wwss #ItlUN rtf'j"U11.I' 0AI
> a m 'her whose !I" \e For new fallttn of Kinkth fAiinf "llv one gallon ft linseed' oil..
:" the South-Mr. Colson Should Receive was I tempered with >. i 1:1:11"15:1:i \--('. ;, will he known a* Gaincvtlle!! 1 U. 1-'. Dtand I ThIS mAc two gallons! ,.1| "'m'. i>..,.l. for( u.r You'then knot that the paint
I She will exteuI' !: Point, >-"t"1T putting on vour Anust i IS .In.-"the genuine oil i. in it," and paint. nor k
Congratulations of His Firm. i knows that ULUMULSIOX: i is : Kooky .
pan unless it tunumt V*"j l trln purr oil \\c will further cxpUm thc virruct ,
a fountain of energy fur grown-upt, I K""rahlanJ, other ;i" The cl Kinloch! : I'lmi il >vu will <..tt! arid MI uiSTERNBERGER. r
c Perry M. Colson hu recently tl-,.: )
;i too. It stops waste l'i f.t; '*h. It makes: i names were secured thrush he energy -
y ored in a big deal of timbered land! in plenty of rich blood Fur pale tit Me I of Kenj. .\ruow, Jr.\! Jerk in the & PHILLIPS,. ;,iWFaySholes

LaFayette county which meant a great I folk it is the chief i nourislur at II t's {i pou>flke. who eieri'ned, ,t suttlcient interest I ci-. .INn: tV It.LlC, E LORID: .
of and
deal ready which he I
money feast. It cures Consumption', n to get out and .. r,- i irate: the pI.
tloed! wittt a cash price 'lIillj. lllrtloCN ft.NV oMPAhYw
aJrgr" ; II
taken in iilion, and secure the '
time. All drnggt" ivts sell It- ncc scary signatures. I
$20,000. : 50 cents and $t.oo the bittlc Let us I' II
The land embraces C.OOO acres of tine t . . _
send jouFree I The first route estate'!i I"I'd' is proving: : "-- ;:: -
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; timber which be used for +naass.my.ear..rsr. ;
I may tnrpt.'ntane
highly satisfactory aid! it K-X** without j
and mill It is know Bottle Mail!
saw purposes.! Sample by
: '
saying! that within 'a irt tune the
ai the Mitchell land, and n said to be: I Write letter tal ; :
or po toOZOMULSION people reading within a radii of rasaerr.a.e7r.rare.rReunion
the finest of its kind in the U. C.
entire section. I
.I CO. II j twelve miles (from the ,'I If wih& enjoy i
08 Pino Street New YorkBook { the benefits a daily mail VII thnt
Mr. Col on, who i is one of the! moot : is necessary is to 1.. - --- --- ,
thoroughly posted laud men in the ,I I names to the petition win& *h mill entitle LOUISVILLE KY.
State i fa the of the on California. ,
representative residents in certain' districts to
Wade A McXair I'I ?6 76 illu trationi. lHcTibes :.
Company who are pajen enjoy the advantages: a tinily mail VERY LOW RATES VIASOUTHERN
among the most extensive operators in California xnI i the route there. Chi
I It is not yet known who will receive
naval stores and hinds in Florida. sago, :Milwaukee and St. Paul, Union i i the appointment: as carrier: on I fGwteo. RY.

Being a man of unusual bun'tie' Paeitii' and Southern Pacific Lin.. 1! 2. I
shrewdness, he hag always held the Thi* i i i4 ih> route of the Overland! I

highest confidence! of those with whom I.imiteJ, Leave' union passenger ita- I If the Baby i is Cutting Teeth Ii \1\1\11.1.1: : ro I.OTISVII.I.K: '
he has been connt'ct..dVith the result' $17.80 I $17.801'roport I
that whatever M I r. CoUon i\! j t or does i| tion. Chicago, 0:03 p. m. daily. Ar- He sure and use that oid and well- -and Iteluru

is right-and it usually proves correct tires tiara\ Francisco the third day in tried remedy Mr. \V'tn.Inw's Sooth- I i.,'!"'" !OT rate from other point' Ticket will (b.. .ild
Mr.: Golson, who IK ever alert to the tune for dinner. California book sent tug Syrup for children teethinR. It June I,' I 11.I l 1.' ,.t. null llnnl' limit" June 10 Oiin bo exl,'<)dfd until.July
interests of those he repreneut, ha |,| for six cents postage. F. A. Miller, soothes the child softens the gums, It' lt"ii,. by ilrt'uniniiu, tiokit HI Louisville and paying{ fir ' 'ro' 0 nts.

been negotiating for this timber for ": t'l\l'rall'f\.t'njl'\ NRent Chicago or allay all pain, cures, wind colic and i il RIIII
lome time, but the owners would not :
The Official
agree; with him upon the price .\11' W. N. Howell, 3M Broadway, Sew I the bet remedy for ditrrhoea. Twen I 1 frS.y.r.r.. .I\k-, ,
agreement was finally reached however ,, '! York. ty-fire cent a bottle ''I nnvtlle in cpeciai t+irnuk!" Pullman bleeping. Cr and l>iy OuHohes,
when the trade was made arid the I 7 :4i |I' m. dine i I I', TIHtlM"'i. "hllUSI">">;a and LexinRton ; arrive t rS
: I .
paid over. Huge Task.It l.uuiville 1 h ::10 i p in '. .t I inn !I. I ...r (nrlluulitr' '*, reservatlons, ..1\,., np_
money The timber in this tract is said to be I was a huge tusk ;o undertake the I That which nothing la called more than liberality the vanityof I Is frequently ply "'""senRr. Fill, (ltfl.! -e 1"I H" \\ eat Itny Sir....'. J 0. LUHK, It 1'. A., Jaok.soovtlle s

as fine as the State po."'ei'''>eg. It i is nil:I '' pure of such! a bad rllll' of kidney dn- riving, of which fond .
we aro more
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matured, and will make excellent tim - I
: Pale K*! that of C. K. Collier of Cherokee ,than of tht thing given.Rocbcfoo--
'ber for turpentine purpose". Mr I Colton (la., but Electric hitters did it. cauld. . .. '.
is to be congratulated UK I
upon purchase ..
I He writes "My kidneys were so far .- -
as it will prove of great profit to : vK
the firm he Is representing. gone, I could not sit on a chair without A Bad Scare. 1---

'_n' a cushion : and suffered from dreadful Some day you will get; a bad scare, w J

No Secret About It. bickaohe, headache, and depression when you feel a pain in your bowels, .

It is no secret thai for cut, (burn!, In Electric: Hitters, however! I found a and fear appetidleim Safety lies In wl

ulcers, fever sores,ore eyes bnils. t'tl', cure, and by them was restored t' per. Dr. King's New Life 1 Till, a sure cure, I
nothing is so effective At ISucklen'd Ar feet health. I recommend this great for all bowel and 'omch diseases, l t,
nica Salve "It didn't take lone lo tonic medicine to all with weak 1.idneys : such: as headache, biliousness, costiveness Typewriter t td
care a bad sore I had. and it i j" all () K.
for sore eyes" write I n. L. Gregory of liver or stomach" Guaranteedby etc. Guaranteed at all druggist
Hope, Tex. 25e: at all drug slore. all ilruffgists ; prlcw to.,. *' ; only ::.!:ISC. Try them.


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S UnlYfRSAl[ nnOOA D I II art Tululutor'I.-S'

Opportunities in California & Evory-ON Mnchino.- F

Lightest Hhiftl Lightest Running I The

The trade in the Orient is opening up. Champion Hpeed. Writers of the WorldI's

the Fay-Sholes. More Faf-HhoUs! In

Our exports to Japan and China multiplied nee la ()tln.svllle than any other machln

during the last year.

There will soon be a tremendous increase in For Sale by. . v

the trade of the Pacific Coast cities with the Far; THE SUN, Gainesville, Fla.

East. WA'

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t3ig opportunities for the man who lives there.

Why not look the field over ? THE EVERETT HOTEL {

Chicago to San Francisco Los
Only $62.50, or t
235 ,V. Bay St. JACKHOXVILLK FJ.orcIpA.Ceatrally : .

Angeles and return, May i 2, 3 9, 10, II 12 ,, 13, ,

29, 30, 3 i J one i. August 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 12, 13, liM-alnf. 'lb.r..
and 14, 1905. Tickets good for return for 90 days. ; 1'la. > r

Rate for a double berth in a comfortable tour Pro-pri.e'tnr rA

ist sleeper from Chicago to San Francisco, Los fUI EM'If.LE'K-- VOlUTE iwa

Angeles, Santa Barbara, and many other pointsin The CashGrocery KENO RT. t,

Californiaonly $7. Through train service from

Union Passenger Station, Chicago, via the Co. Alachua Pool Parlors. +

C. Runs. I'r.prlet.r.

Milwaukee & St. Paul
Chicago, J. R. EMERSON tit CO. -

l ra.atd la the I'orUr Blo.k. tooth
Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Line lid. Moars). Three Ortt<.laM Ubl..
.&rnt. f.r Good lip"' .sad prompt arid .oarl.oorrl .
.. .... Tb.
poblto ordUlly gaped'
larrlfft Hall !ilea) t.! (AlrH.
LrF sad slwsy. .IftJm.. f;
of The Overland Limited
This is tbe route IlalUr4'i Obelisk t".r.

Passenger Station. Chicago: 6.05 p. m.. and The California ,

Express at 10.25 p. m. The California Express carries tourist

sleeping cats to California every day. Both train carry We have the Choicest GoodsJ]

{ through: standard sleepers. ...... on our dally MISS n. NORTON

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Complete information Met tree
a. oo rccrtpt ol coupon '. th t-U.. Irish Potato., per *.k. ' a..:. NOTIONS {
Bass ,1IctS. N a. pat Whit' flacon, ft pound 1O.
VGh.'. kla4 u,...,.. ,2,eQGe.
'. '. W, S. HOWELL. Street address .. .. 011," . . iA.A AND
t >1 E-r.*...!.3*e ar.*+.-r. Cau Cora . . .. . Abe ;
t NEW rock CITY. c... f...r . 3JV8f NOVELTIES.MRS. ()
J \ i .. City .State. -- c... Toinalo., f Ib. rasa, . . 254O .
n > .... Kost B..f . . . *
F, A. MILLER. P.b6W. datiutio.l rrwch Ook>.. aril Turnip. "' ...rte
;' ,"-cft' Ac..'. .uu....... yr..,, Kilra Kin Coff.. ,

d" ;, CHICAGO Jill OrsJ,n PU/ 1i1.d.Phoxe J. A. AMMONBrrHE : /

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NEWS FROM 1 ALL ? A curiosity'I'IMI R-Ral.*f the plain w.u.-to UM.. 'tmffa- I j SEAS O..A.. D

lo wallows. There bas not been a

PARTS OF,. FLORIDA CURES WHERE AIL ELSE FAILS buffalo In them for years but they are Air Line Railway
&d Coetk Syrup Taw.aU. the same today as they were generations

.. In W'.. Sold by dnyaata, ) or even centuries ago.. Tbey are . . FOR. . .
no longer frequented by cattle of

Brief Happenings From Various course, and therefore not-trrbly worn, Southern

Sections of State. but they remain to this day barren' and Savannah Columbia, Camden ,
black amid the rant plain of tiring

NEWS FROM MANCHURIA. green. In tbe spring they stand foil of Pines Raleigh, Richmond, Washington -
THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS water until the advancing summer son r

evaporates It. and then they are barren Baltimore Philadelphia -
Rains Have Ceased and General Skin ,
I Transpiring In "The Land of Flower" and black again. They are perfect, -"- ,
mlshlng la Order of the Day. circles, some largess a circus ring and York
Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the I' Chicago. May 31.-"''Graft is a thing theSE: basins are packed firm and hard New

, Busy Reader-Items of Interest to' May 27,-The rains which began three by the tread and roll of many generations a

't All CI...... days ago have ceased.. of tbe bison. Another recollection z
General- aklrml.hlolr'hu been continuous here of this : la the Three Elegant Trains Daily.
According'to the papers there are for the past fortnight. buffalo bird., which fund In great

" some tough propositions up forofflce in Arriving troops on,lea ring the trains I numbers. Their function now as In Florida Limited.

Jacksonville. Ind themselves In a sea of mud. The I the time of the bison la to pick Insects Seaboard

a, Bllif, one of Pensacola's candidates country In the Immediate rear of the I from the backs of the cattle which
feed on tbe plains. Pometime twentyor [
for mayor, Is said to be a Mormon. Russian army wears the same' aspectas Seaboard Express.
more feed on a steer's back while
; Gracious Peter 1 fy4 did Jibe rear of the old positions, the steer calmly and with evident

A lodge of Knights of Pythias was which the Russians occupied In tie pleasure munches buffalo grass.aas'Clty .- {an.

organized at Reddick Monday night south being denuded of forage. Many Star.A Seaboard Mail.

by Ocala] Knl btl. of the Chinese fled from their houses

and wherever the troops camped these Thousand Dollar Worth of Good.
Tampa business men are negotiating
ti for a line of steamers between that city houses were torn down for firewood. "I have been afflicted with kidney
Interest I lijf> the altitude of the Mongols MODERN
i and Central America. and bladder trouble for years, psssibg .
continues It Is asserted that a gravel or stones with excruciatingpain : SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED ii a solid vwtibuled train composed -
Palatka's new public building, said stale of rebellion exists against tbe local well exclusively of new Pullman equipment-D.mng. Car, Double Drawing-
says A. H. Tburnes, a ,
to be one of the finest Is expected to prince ruling the eastern tribes.A Room Sleeper., Stateroom:: and Observation Car.-operating between 8t Augustine -
known coal of Buffalo O. "I
be completed July 1st. few native traders with goods are operator and Jacksonville to New York, via Washington, leaving St. Augustine
Clot no relief from medicine until I began Sundays.
Jacksonville 1JO daily except
Not much doing; In Pnnsacola] thesedays arriving at the Interior cities from Cure then 12:10: p. m. and .
taking Foley's! Kidney y
except politics, and In that line Slnmlntln, but the only remaining
the result was sarprining. A few doses Line OperatingDaily
w trade route for northern Manchuria Only
they are trying to "do" each other. started the brick-duit.like subitanco
since the tonnes Slnmlntln to the Rus from Jacksonville to New Orleans
Tht6ugh Pullman Sleepers
Besides busy finishing one of the best and now I have no (pnm across my kidneys
aims Is by of KIscHta over which
hotels In the State, Miami has a brlok way I and I.feel 1 like a new man. It has
block of ten stores going and traders are, already active. of For full information and sleeper( reservations call on an.g..nt Seaboard 0.-. ''
K up many done me $1.C)()) worth good. Foley'sKidney
of is S.> C. BOYLSTON Ja.,
The defense the railway so write A. O. MAcDONELL ,
oilier! business pisses. Cure will form of "
that It every General, Agent Passenger Agent,
complete practically amountsto Asst Passenger: :
e bladder disease J. W, Me-
kidney or
The people of Orlando are of the FLORIDA
a blockhouse system. Collum Co. JACK80 VILLE. ;r

opinion that they would like to own Tha foreign naval attaches have . . -- --- --- -- -
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their own electric light, waterworks been excluded from Vladivostok by or

t and uewerageeyatems.! der of the government LOW RATES CLYDE LINE

Henry Thomas of Jacksonville, colored -

was arrested for stealing several GRAFT.UNKNOWN IN JAPAN. Via Louisville & Nashville

pairs of pants from a traveling man's
Railroad.The .
samples at the Windsor Professor of Leland University Makes N '

The canning factory at Delrsy] I Is rantilng Remarkable Statement. following: low round-trip rates

;; every day putting up okra,tomatoes Chicago, May 39.-''Graft Is a thing from Jacksonville to various points d dTRIW'EEKLY'

and pineapples. Pines will come entirely unknown In Japan" said David North and West will be In effect on

k in more lively In a few days. Starr Jordan, of Leland Stanford unlvcrnlty I. dates shown. Proportionately low rates

last night, addressing one ol
Stetson University of DeLand has from other polnt.l&J40UHWILLE.
the meetings preliminary to the regular
a just received a cheek from Its founder, KY Rate .1640, account -
sessions! of the congress of rell
19 United Confederate Veterans'Reunion
John B. Stetson of Philadelphia, for '
K Ion. June 14-13 inclusive, with final : : : S.A.ILINGS
$37,700 to pay running expenses. "I venture to say," continued I>r. Jordan limit July 10. BETWEENJacksonville

Dave Richardson, a life convict, etap "that In the present war not $100 PORTLAND.OREGON $80.80, and New York,

,i'' 'd from Ml!Id rim' A lA.I,' convict of the Japanese war funds has been account Lewis A Clark.Centennial Pair. Calling at CHARLESTON, S. C., both ways.

amp near Clsrmont Monday. He took stolen. On the other hand. I presume Tickets sold certain date May 23 to '
two Winchesters and a quantity of that not one dollar In twenty If one Sept. 28, with final limit 90 days. The Finest Steamship in the Coastwise Service

cartridges, : with him. In a hundred on the side of the Rui HAN FRANCISCO and LOS ANGELES Clyde New England and Southern LinesDirect
CAL -Rate 981\ .30. Tickets sold
A man-eating shark eight feet In Mans, over reached Its proper destination '
certain date. April 10 to August 1-4in
length was caught' at St. AugustineHaturday. I heard of only one dishonest elusive ; final return limit 90day* from PROVIDENCE Service Between and JACKSONVILLE All Eastern ,Point.BOSTON, and

t II* was larger than the Japanese while In the country and h, date of .ale, not to exceed Nov. 80. Calling: sit Charleston both waJI.SEM.J'W'"EEBL .

t man-eater from Jacksonville that wan one W1'OfIII morals had been con I DENVERCOLO.-Rate "42 65. sc-
caught the Ht. Augustine marshal sev tamlnatvd liy relo nce abroad." count International Epworih League : y S.A TZLHSTGSSouthbound

I>r. Jordan's lecture was largely on Convention Ticket told June i 9 to . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . From Lew..' Wharf Baiton:
j oral) days ago. July 80, Inclusive final return limit Northbound.. ... .. .. .. . . from Foot of Catherine it., Jacksonville
Bhlntolm, the chief Japanese religion
The Pasadena Club held_ a meeting August 6.
..which he! sulil.... was not ancestor woe
at Dads City. a few days ago and alfalfawas UUFFALO. N. Y.-Kat* $3280.: account -
3 dl.ou..d. ]L. I). Digger, who has ship, tint the spirit of living no that Annual Meeting Grand Lode Clvde St. Johns River Lineaet'W'een
anrrntorn mould\ not "be ashamed of U. "'. O, t;. Ticket old July X in 10,
been with this Jwctcuutvtt.i.lt and M
experimenting forage ANI"OHDat
their descendant. ; inclusive ; final I return limit July 26.
; crop, thinks It can be suncefully cttlmated TORONTO CANADA-R.t.. $3&30. Stopping Palatka, Astor, Ht Francis, lieresford (DeLand), and Intermedia
J In Florida. Landings on St. Johns River. .
; International
Recount Epwor&1L..sltufl .
That Tired F..lifg. I
The polotl1ce. and a twn-lnry dwoll Convention Ticket void June 12 to Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"Is
If you are languid, dpr".d.lne.p.. 23 inclusive ; final return limit Aug-
Ira at Armstrong, Ht. John county appointed to sail follows Leave
able fur work, It Indicate that your u.& 2fi.NASHVILLE. as : JACKSONVILLE Sundays Tuesdaysand
were destroyed<< by tire Sunday morn Thund.,., 3:30 p. m. Returning, leave SAN FORD Mondays,
TJSN.-U.tl" $1825.
)liver i I. out of order llrrbina will a -
Ing. The dwelling, owned by J. A. account lVb Jv College Summer Wednesday and Fridays, 9:30 a, m.
e.t l nature tu throw off headache,
4 Cody, wa" inured. for $rrk). Sup|>oe< School, Vanderbilt Biblical Institute. "to.1.. BCIICDULK No"lIbou
rheumaticm sod I ailment skin to nerou Read up.
to tie work of Itxceixjlary.Police << . .. Ticket sold pertain date Juno 11 to Leave 8:80 pm . Jacksonville . . . .? . .Arrl.e2OOam I
Carter > .nrs. nml rensore th energie and July 4 ; final limit September 80. 8:4 pm .. . . .. . . . . . Palalka . . . . . . . .. . Leave 8:00pm
Captain Tampawa vitality. or sound ''''1 perfect health KNOXVILI.K.: TENS.-Rate $1685. SrOOam . . .. . . . . . . Astor 8:90pm

hot l>y P. W. Knapp Mou .1 .1 1I.h".I' TempleTrxu, writei account Summer School of the South.; i:8Oam. . . .St. Francis. . . .. . .. .. . . . 2:00pm

Ii4a" day night A tep-dsughter Knapp I hart used HttrbuiM for the past two i Tickets oM 1 certain date. June 18 to .Be res ford (DeLand) .. . . . . . 1OOpm

wa telling ties otIK'or of her troubU. I It ha don niuri* gray than July 15, lnclu iTi. ; final return limit Arri.M:80am. . . . . . . . . Sanford . . . . . . . . . 8:80am
y home, when lie walked tii| soil shut j )rare ilie dinuor* U njw l I- ili. best medU September 30.mUSTOI. .!
Carter, the batl..n'.rIIlK his lutv ilii! <<., Irh"1 'ter trade> fur enill and fever." ., TK.NX,-Uate $19.SO. secount GENERAL._ PAPS..AN TICKET_ OFFICER'S: : W: BAY. ST.! JACKSONVILLE
h ti.. riuM by \\'. \I.: J..lh son, Annual Meetingrerman HaptittIlrethrm.
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Curler hot him drat P. IRONUONORRJI& A.
Knapp says at lieu I'uw. AIr'J2: Wesit Itar U.. Jaay.We.Ela.
t -..--.. Ticket sold May 29 to 31, W n.COOPItR.Jr Frellrb' Agent .
C. F. LOViCIr.S.pertnaeD4ell'.
('.rt..r |I. a |HivuUr| '' olllcrtr and KnappaSoclalUt. : 'inclusive ; final' return limit June 3. Yon l of H"**" reei. Jk<>k TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES. A. CO. HAUEKTYOen.Et.iitaw.Aa.Newl'orlt, CL% ki.Wll.NE.Oen.Frt AtX.NewYor*
.. For full Information, schedule smut! TH"O.: 0. 1-UI-R; V\M. P. CLYDE A CO..
1U|. l{urue. ... all.*. ""Ii( Mov," an..- Mr Julius. Paulson of I)rwitt. Iowa, rat,. to any point North anilV.*l Ball! General Manager. General Agent; ,
gin turpenlliiw laud working for the her on or write GKO: t:. IItltRI: n. Florida c..W.'OQ..IIU..IIdD.! ,!ii State.ire...New York
herself ami three children
w Jlrm "' MortonVe ,V 0.1. IMlarille.: t threw Passenger Agent. L. A N R. R., .____ __ _._ ._ _.. H _. _._-_-.. _____' ._ ___
bridge Into rrwk. Two of the .
off a A :1s3 West Bay 8t Jacksonville. Flt.
tt' hot and! inure elly woun,lnl! N negro children and. mother Here drowned. .
-- -- -
t woman. named Annie 1'ieljg. Sunday I Ih'll.rh tive" been received' that theatoInler ABSTRACTS REALTY ,
inoriiiug stoup nlnN o'oUwk. MorKe COMPANy .
Propatra. on her way from St
,: toed a :Smltti NV<...!", 3.'-caliber. revolver I .
PierreJtlq for Halifax, has gone
shouting' tlt. |Below| I
wttruaii Jul ashore near l.niUt>urit, N. S. The (Ix.oo rj>o rated)
the hrarl the dimt alHiut right o'clix-k ,
; U that all board landed safeJanice
rrport on
"i Huuday ,,1&"'. \enii of coroner' ly E. E. VOYLE MQ-R.

jury Murder without provo.'ation. I Att.tRel. or Title and full information
Urttt: has signed with the regarding land a. this
The three Leon In ooDDt" Oar manager has lived in this county thirty and
netroe years
u 1Ia). Valley clubFto! fight the winner is thoroughly
j conversant with land
? Jail at Jacksonville on Hie, .charite of of the JUuion-CWbett battle. The

& the coM>bltKMled murder of lion N. I match 1 I. to com off ID July. Th details -

\v. l'supvrlntrnjeiii of public In. I of the match hate not yet been E. -v-a---LE

.utI'"Una.D..rT..11.hu..I.*& Norem- arranged. ,

V tier, will\ appeal their. ca.<.. to the Sujirem -I I I The thirty-first annual convention of FIRE, ACCIDENT, BURGLAR AND INDEMNITY INSURANCZ.
Court which cone,,,. in Tallatta nambttr of Bepn"
Ji I the American Raakvrs' association I seating a prominent American and English eompul..,

*... next T .."I.J""fd'h Their I will bot held Washington.. D. C? on REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOANS

names am lure Edward, H"". Caldwell -! Oct :$. 7't3 sad :T. IfOo. The convrnI I Gtiiasvilla :' r Fl.or1.: 00

and henry Larkin All 1 threewere I lWi" of the trust company>> and tavtafI

,, sentenced to b* hung at their t tank xtU>B* will be arid Oct :t. 3 estebLtwthoct
trial, but an appeal wa taken I
Cores Old Sores.

5 Acute Rheumatism. Wlaior land. Kane.. May a, IlII.tJ. ::aF.OU-TTO T& 00..

Deep tearing or wrenching palus, occasioned i Mallard Snow l.Iolm.na Co Your I II I

by getting' wet through, wor*" Snow Liniment cured an old sore oa I, .

when at reel. or on first moving the In. side of my chin that was supposed

limbs, and la Bald or damp weather, i* lob acanc.r, The sore was stubborn \ ,. ;, I BADe.

cured quickly by BaU."" '. Snow Linl sad would not yield to ,,..,...., until J.e.-.r..Eaatu..: I

5 ..",ut. OcarOleoo. Oibeosi City III.. I tried Scow Liniment, whloh dU Absolutely the safest aid n 04lsxMBttcal ..-. .

vrrltM, }'.b. 1$, IBdt "A year ago 1 the work in short order. My .leter, power now oa the market. All j a a.a ear MaUle b-*.., sat ...... ,...... ea4 o.-.u..
,.. ......
was troubled with a pain i. my back. Mr*. bophia J. Canon AlUastllle. ...-1)4, U> SO hor" paws Write for r..NvM.a w..r.a.e h.oraW Mrati Ma&---I A......,r wnst...r" ....._..W a sass '
pr..... ............isheb.Uw..sans :.c .ou..t.w a W a
It soon !got so bad I GOuld not bead lIma Co; 1'a.. has a sore and mlatruiis -
over. Oa bottle of lia I.lard's' Snow that it is a cane r. riMae wad CEO W. MOVERS, '
Liniment cored me." Hold& by W. )1, b.r a &<>e boul, oU by ,,-. U. John. AI X
.ilU . rUri.. G _
Johnson sons fala* \ TN"ESVJCH1.
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- Gainesville
& Gulf
I - Railway Company
' .... r.u .. B.tI.vIns In Vnlueky The Apr of .'pal.la_-_\ no* Art.. PsVEKE B. 3IuitRS.: (
D*r* ..ad All the H*. Wl.r n..... ..d .a.......... ., DR.

Wben fortune tellers swindle the I Apuleiiu that In the :'iOllt! Table in effect April 9, 1&O6./
fetes says spring . .DENTIST.: . ___ -- . - ___ _'_ .... __ _. __ ___ . ---.:-__"'-_- 00-
4 poor and Ignorant we should makes i of lulu the forerunners of the i '

them softer smartly for It Certainly i Roman cuiuivul, he saw monkey No e. I i No' li; +

: the Ingenuity of a professional fortune with a straw hat and Phrygian tunic Dalyo., 4. : -0 ::11. No.1. No.80.11? '
i I But moukejs do nut eem to have Offloe over Marcu I de.'a.! All work isrI De"\ Danr. TATI()="t4. 1),00'1# ExoA; '
Is In Itself educative. The craft
teller I k
anterd.J trt II
I g I DaIlY'j'i
beepopular in UoLie. The ,
: cleverestof ,
with wBlch she throws out veiled hints i -- - t I
all the animal performers were of ......
the subtlety with which she pounce!* ,. A. CARLISLE, ...
course the dogs, and one showman I I
upon any lucky shot aud the diplomacy I' t.MT", V S( Lv Ad. Ar. P M Ar t' M ArPM
had the Ingenious idea .\ATTORNEY LAW
.1 which she uses to extort confession! .: of making a I 7 45 I :2 15 l . . . . ..........FAlrftf'ld. . .. . . ....... . 1 ro 810
are often' magnificent! I do.8't a part in a comedy The effect And Solicitor in Equity 7 oS :! 85! . . . : . . . . .Irvine ........ . . ....... . 1 07 600 r a,
r Observe the rapt far away look with of a drug were tried on him. the I !S Otl i :2 45 . . . . . . Dun"arran . . . . . .. . I 00 665 ,4

1 "which" she asks you abruptly, "AVho is : plot turning on the suspicion that the : 8 GS I :: 65 . . . . . . .....o"th.ld\. . . . .. . .. . 12 66/ fJ r.c .
There is i, drug w as poisonous w hlle. in fact, it Real Estate, Conveyancing and General S 11) S Ut . . . ......... .\\h.kmAII. . ......... . .. . .12 60 l15 \ 45F
-a EtbeIY': a possibility that I I was only a narcotic.! The dog took 1'ractice. All business! prcmpllj 310 'I. . ..... ........I..'.tte8ItJH'uton . . ..... . .1.1: 45/ 640

you know some one of that name in I the piece of bread dipped in the liquid. il attended to. Office next door to Sun S S4 j 3 30 I" . . . . . :\'IA\\\1'1 . . . . ... . .. . ..1:1: 80 6 81)tl
1 which case the odds are that you will I swallowed It office. UA.isk"t':1' k, FLORIDA.JERDJNAND : SS ; 8..0 I I" . . . . . 'r\! "ro." . .......... . . la: :.JO 6 :..0
and reel and
begiiu to
afford ._her some clew for intelligent I : 8 45 .8 Anticipations. If hawser: you ludigiiantly stagger till he finally fell on the : 1 BAYER. !F flO 8M I. . . . . . . . . Olr'U. . . . . .1. . . . J210 6 In

rI deny any SUdlll1\lIlutllllc'e she ground.At ijoJ I.4 llj .I." . .1.. . . . \\.AC'fthouta. . . . . . .12(0 465
{, can always full back upon the very I the right moment: he began to | ATTORNEY Al 1.-\ W, I A 15 i..O 1..1,I . . . Rocky 1'ntut. . . I. . . 4 4.

safe statement that the name will be move: very slightly as If waking out GAi.sK4vn.LK: :, FLORID* A41At 5(0 . . I . . ..,tM.I OMY III fl.. . . i l'p't .111..6 410 p
later I of a deep I sleep. Then he raised hU 11 ('0 L.'. tl If Lv 3 St I) 'l. J ) ) 30"
familiar you on. head looked around Jumped up aud 11 M d 'Q .6 M . . .. R'!.Ilatny. . . . . H M I P.o 18tt

Such procedure rt'mlndR18 of the ran Joyously to the I Can sell your city j rojetty, (Improved 12: O l I e M j6 . . ........ eyrU. . . .. . N 40 D so 164) rl
famous dodge of Disraeli who. \vl -u- proper person. and unimproved), p1tosphate, 12 :0: . :03 ::712 ; ........ . .(Ir.hau,. . . . . I H 81: P22 IBCI'O 41
ever he met n man whom lie did not The remark that animals do not grow trucking and farming': iand! :send him 7 15 Ar7 ?.'. .Krtnpeou( City . . . 8 lu 1 I PI0 110 }

know but felt he ought, to know in wiser with age is contradicted by the I.I a list of what you offer for ale.' I'WCu.:;: . . . .96 10t.o I .l'ltla'lta, <:t.8.4F. I,,660 1,6, al a ,. . ... 4'

quired suavely, "How is the old corn- habit of elephants, noticed even In ____ _.__ ' . - '
?"' ancient times of making the young i no : : : : : : : "C4 !: y 4S; ; : : I.s.ketly, (1.8.3: V''Y: ; 04 "IT 42 :: : :: ::

plaint ones irons a ford first The officer who w.E.. BAKEK. . . . . . ''I 10 1'1'' ....TI\"b""f'f'o h A. L..1 1 48 Pi., . . ., . .
Playing this. little rompont", day superintended the embarkation of the 1 . . . 11 fu 11
In Pall Mall, be was met with the disconcerting I elephants Rent from India to Abyssinia ATTOa."EY'AT.LA, . . ......, SMa'I'' : r . . f."ou.OH."P'.11 89 1',1240, .. . . .

reply: "Complaint: I never i . . . .1 I j S a j f5 r ........AU.ut'' c.orn........ 7'\0\ gOO.. .. . .
had an ache or a pain in my life" for use in Lord Napier's campaign . SOLICITOR IN \NCLUY. . At p u\r;' A M \r Y )11 .Lv A all I"v 1- St .. . . fl
tells bow one old elephant vol. I
Whereupon be put his bend OiltnI' side VIAKR1VALH .
Bred to drive all the others I _
UJ\t on
"7 and said, with n sympathetic si ,h, "Ah, | board. Ill* services were GAINESVILLE Alachua Co., rL> Train. 3 and 4 do not rllll between Ualn..1II8 anti Falrf1..ld 011 Sund.l.I. 1'

1 meant the wife." The *,*'<'ret of the | but w lieu they had all embarked In\.luable'l and O0ic in Enilfl l'.ltu: 'k. .. E. II utK1K. General HUJln\.nc'.nt' i{
._ _..
success of most charlatans is thnt It I ---- -- o' kt
} "It.l.!
beus invited to follow them he flral : J. \Jtt'llt. J. 1). WATKIN8. atl'llt.
they go on makinx tI HUtUcifUi number i' J. II. ALDErtMAN.D . 4.
ly dev'lined and bad to be left on shore. JR. h
of shots some of tl11111'1': bound t'\ ('u.

4 tually to hit the maikWe I myself have noticed the acquired E N T I S'1' Take The
caution of the older dogs of Constantinople Atlantic Coast LineFOR
remember the case of n tlalrvoyant
which left untouched the crusts
[Sdeoruor toSeUler A.< eraaDI)
who told a fair client that two good
I threw them, while the young ones POINTS'
spirits were watching over her and ALL EARTHLY ,
ate them ravenously Greek native OrerDuttonCo'I.nt.
that their names were Juliet and Jane CIa: YS.: VI. ViaIhipooi
,i; Tbe visitor stoutly declared that there told me that this was because Euro- Special! I aitectloo'to Crowo L peans were In the cruel habit of throw. Phon.7Pa I'ppih E t S th W t

tl came were no home such and person told her But mother when of she the Ing poisoned bread to the street dogs; 1 Jae1t'nvUe or (IS Jaak..n.llle Ur on S.hlp LlII. es Jaiik'vm MoeIaomertRaliitl awl

heramazement hence the old ones, baring seen the TR. OORDON & TISON.
she reminded, to
r episode that was those were indeed the bad effects on their companions, refused DENTIST.Oraduaie Transit anti Unsurpassed l Service
to eat bread thrown by Europe-
names of two slaters who bad died in Ttmw Table: in filed April 10, 1805. ,
am, though they took It readily from
Infancy. lUiUusor Cottrgc D ct.I Surger Depart For n"INI''IIIF. An" From C
Turkish wbo shared his
Fortune telling, we should soy is a any beggar rive ,eau' e1rper1ello.11I New York Ci TCrown. .'_- h .: =. .;:-. - -::y- -===:==:.-..::;.:=-.;::-=
harmless pastime. no long us It In not scanty fare. with tbem.COntempol'8Z1U4tvww. .UrUJ.. work and flUliur 6p.el.lUa 8:11upm: High Hpnnga and Inter- 8,00.m, #

taken seriously lint what about educated ALL WORK GUAHABTIBD. r h lily I m.diste Points I Dally"
folk who Office ia)IW r Law Excfcac{, I ___ _
and most respectable Cured of Bright's Disease. OAIIISMVIU.S Ft*. J2116pm Ucala.Leesburg and Tampa and ,40pm
take It very seriously* We are nceun- I
toned to pity L r. Johnson because he (reu. A. Sherman Lisbon Red Mills. 1)a1l1 intermediate I"uln' Dalll 1s ,
Lawrence N. Y. ""writ.. "I WEST END
could not a lamppost without county : THE
pass Jaekwnvlil.
2Ollm I'alatka, 1:86pinItaUy :
but what shall vie any of had) kidney disease for many years and I I
touching It,
FINE WINES LIQUORS A CIOAR9 I North Fast: and Wert Daily y12Ob +
people who forego Important\ enterprises had been treated by ph'tlciao for -

on days which they\ Imagine >i twelve year ; had taken well known JOHN MENZIES. ITOPrtetor pm High I'rrlnJl: ; Wayoross. Mannnah, Brun.wlek, ellb pin

be unlucky, who deliberately mokethemselves kidney medicine and other remedies 11 -t21 W. liar st..J.ekaonaife. n.. Dally I Albany .HI.ata..1I 1'010' North, East West I Dally
_ _ __. __ _
the of chance or resign _._ ___ ._ 0 _. _ _
that were recommended but got no relief -
designing adventurers Faust beer bottle and draoght. Don't 8slbpm r
to ,
their reason otb8sm
? until I began using Folet'. Kidney fall to call on ma "when" In Jacksonville I Rochelle lIc.nup and O.'ra I
of Cure. The first balf bottle relievedme Daily D.I I y
not In the face .
We would fly of which may and four bottles have cured me of --- - -- -- - -- - -- __- - ____ ._ __ . ___ _ .. 'J
beliefs, the origin
haTe been 'irgotlen. nor do we forget this terrible dlt. a.e. Hrfere I began IF YOU LOVE YOUR 8 :&J, A ttI I 7 t20p: III t

that the founders of Jfhlrteen clubs taking FolO,'. Kidney Cure I had to Dally I High Pprings I Daily eFerjrlonday
about fifteen mln- "
make water
But every Hoaday
hate often perished miserably. about uifi. day and night, and passed a WIFE. DON'T' . .... _ __ ._ __.. ___ _. _u ,
really cares ------ --- -- --- - - "' ---
the person who upsetting salt br otaena. unlucky days limy substance. I believe I would in the 3t.t.. .Ie the .
railways &a\hefJa are on by prlnelp.I..nla.Throulth
and all the rest should know that he \Lt have died if "I bad not taken Foil" '. ROAST HER Pullman .kejMr. fort Tampa to New York via Aalulie Ooas/

a fool.-London Spectator.There KldneyCure, J W MeCollum \ Co. Line j also l via Atlantic Coast Line and Houthorn Rail...,. ;.P.

___ __ __- _. '_ __. 00_' ______ By compelling her to bake the family For complete Information call on
A Cblae.e 11.rr. tread during the hot summer months J. A. GOODWIN Ticket Agent ualn..vllle.Addresa .
was once upon a time a very E. H. WATERS
"Mo Boy your Bread from i
mfiUal son" said a Chinaman. FRANK O. UOYLBTO.V. Dl.. r.... Aftt.. W. D, tJTAIU.1 Trsv Pa... Aft,
disotedtent was he that if his father IBM W. Bay .t. A.tor Building JacksonvllU. y.a. ,
I PRACTICILPAPER .Keystone Bakery.
told him to go to the east be would go: .. . H, M. EMEKHON, Traf. t;<11'? W. J CRAIG, Own. P.... All., i,

ta the west; If his father told him to go It's a saving of time, work aDd money WHmlnston. N. O. Wllml lf& a. N. O.

to Co* west be Invariably went to the HANGERHouse Freak Dread Delivered Daily I .- -- ..- -.- '" - .. .. -. ....-.- .. -.. -.. ...
e..t. All bin life lone n. had been dls-
all of Alto
.. belay To parts the city Cakes,
At last the old man SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
feared Paintingand Pie and every other production of
his deathbed greatly
ota the modern up-to-dat
that bla undutiful son would not take Decorating. bake shop. fffcctlve April 10. 1005. "

the trouble to bury him in a favorable .. . .-. -. -- -.-..-- ---- -
much cogitation be thought Brown (louse! Om r, ** *, - - - '---
apot. After of inch Bakery. PBne Ifti.XOTEU S Yestib.1e Trains East: Y.. III Yo. 20 Nortt4 tad 'Ht. :c... 1:1h : a aLv
oC a plan for Insuring wbat Is _.. _. _ _
In Chi neae eyes. 'IfI --.------. .- -- -.--- . Jaebonvme 910, '7 Lv Jacksonville Yla.. .Ho.
vital Importance Full line of Paint and Wll Paper !'to. HJ : Mp I 11y. 743"L.
aia* n. aald.'jou must bury me In the in stock al lowest prices to th. trade. J.'UJI !4 4,. By Ii boa I04Hp. I.v Jesup (ia. : . . . .1'10. t"y. snoop ,
water.' The father concluded' that in 1..I:4.&ooa"c.: : .,. ItJ 11II'J' 1:1 I6s 1 Ar Macon, (I.,. .Ko. ",. N n.
.. . ._ . .. _
- 00
aoordance "with" his usual line of *x>n- Matbusbek Pianos ArVolumbianHI eMp 0fAa1ArAtlanta, (1*, &,.1(". G20aACh.rlut. {

would do the exact opixvalta THE SUN .., Hu.Jt, lfrbp I Ms ArRomla. ..t4uIC.7aMAr
duet the son told Bo. after ( ."'." ) toe.o.lty ll: M. 11blp: Ar1)situn. Cia . . . .&1Ky. b20ahr
of what be was nen.III.. So,. Hr 2ft',.. 21hp Ar Oh.UalJoo. T.aD .14o. It,. 9414 ;

CMigratnlaUng himself no to doubt ret ,bUr on JOB PRINTING FOR !SWEETNESS: : A.>U PLKL Ar )tiehmond. St,. 1&t, IS t""'" IS 4' A' 1"n.l: Ky .Q AI 0." :IIp
his acdKv*** In arranging p Arln.lnnntlO '. .'L" O. 740 ,
land the Ar I,'nebblH" Kc,. Ie ly 4 17. 4:1:
ted Irflg'jood place on TT OP TOM I-OWEH ASDDCRAHILITT. Ar e e"oU..nU1" $' o. lty 6112e IS lOt' .r (J.uuQuau. U. . H,g )'nor It 4tlpr

old nun dl4d. But alas, his admirable father's6wtb DEPARTMENT .\ Washington. So It, 94Sa gUlp + ArChleaco,1II_ $ . ,Rig. Your.. ..tJOA'
scheme failed.' After the n.U'nlfr.' I'. Ie, K. il3h. It :16p1Lv: UnCIQDA" 0 l's 1..e NgbpAr

tb* young man s.14 to blmself of All Kinds -- .- W. Ph'd..I" I' H I H. 1 4'ip 2: M. A r Chl.tI. 111,I is Un" 7 I UM "
.All' lifetime I bar disobeyed' my Makes a Specialty I Arew"" York I' It K. 131' d a..k. '
my .. .. .... I.v O.nClo..aU O. ,0 11.41 U, iii 46I1o
father. ow that be U dead I will of Plain and Fancy Ben r
obey- 1dm this once.' Bo. In wcruptJlous .... leaser sass otfcT*,ee.euse...4 of :' 34"w York and Florida, Fa Lv ClnelauatlZJ- 0,C" 11'I' % -&
obedience to the dying Injunction. btmrUd bass ._Ift1... ...s ewers stW Wwerkma.t pr...," ltall, Pullman .I.ln Room D 4, pHI..plI" ?r
Car Port Tampa sad Jackson' Ar Tolotd" O. (.1. n. A U. b 71b. ,

... hit father la tb* water. CommercialJob to ease y o.t.taabSs.Op seven .1iI 10 :c.. York. I Ar U.traU, Nleh.._.....--, .1. Sr._.;1 ?ba3tf
.. t.Ciaelnaati 1'a I.fn.e. Ii MPJJ
det.a 4 Ua- !: .W..hl.'ton and Florida
o -
.. .... .......... iO
r1. Mw .r a."" li.d" Daily I'allmsn Drawing' Ar Plttsborg, I'. 1.lne. 6111k
The bill of tb. uwwtjwito I* a complex L:Cane l-f-
coon Sleeping' Car Jacksonville to .. .-jiii o031p
institution. It ban blunt fork Printing A' Clen'.ad' U Your '
Bold by as eonilntKKi Jy lot 1'1. Yuk. Isle' 04m
t tb* bad and 1s apparently grouted ------.- .... -' -
L. 'ai'agboJy. :Nv:nr---ai.: .; d dThrough'
forking through tb groove and pro- .for. .Tke. lad. ., k. "..," ,.. 10 Ar AHtlnllfe, Kr./ Ko, H" A lOp
i* from the angle t tb* fork to a . . 6VERTRTY.TW0| YEARS Ar HI. LM''.. 140. - .Hn R,. 7 32rLv
sharpened wltb L. J..8IaIII-. Na ler 766p
sae* of perfect A
Ala Ko. ,
V r A.aMIoD. 't7. 4th
ADe beveL Beside It the nxMt per- Business Men HavsnaabUs Ho ity J21h A' IUrID.b.m. Ala, .Ho. R II IbaI
; ..... withoot single fallor If yonwast At Colatlna' f. 1kJ. Sty eUa ,
I fact. lan fcrift***' a habit Oa .. .f.mphl.. T.nn . .VrlMo N
: a piano {or a lifetime* I 0 1
"" I Ar A.hnilJe. N, o. nl ffp AArr
b' Pu fare two saws are ; Kana. eu Nn /'rLeo' 9 40 .
Mbet ** ,
aud Professional Men "nIMHJ t-h. Ar clot Nprtoge. Y. 0 $u. Ie, 7 tip .,.;....'
arm ?iwltb the points 60. Ar KaotvllllT.nn KtJ. try Ap sal h6.'r..i . . . Mk DAr

' rp and the te fb well drftnod.. ao.1 Etc 1VI..thushe k IPsi. Loolnll1. .$o. Ky 1 60. If.Npringe. s Ark_ :. u _. .__.9 811s
Tb bW of these ws playpicot Manufactories, Ar 8t. Lo'lle. $o. 1t1' 4 bop No. 1.1'b. )'sonda LIlliS d.'.
, the Un.Wben the mo inlt* ... few as M ea.frssi wfk essatr, OSrM'DDaU Q. A C816. .
.._.. .. ...... flatly, atoueS .lIb"l. teals Uuoa.b x
ta with its peculiar bam. It Wru.tsh.e.i Legal Blanks oo Short Notice. c. w wt. I1 eats'.rtaS. day ensek.. and Pullman Il..plar 1
. lose and they enlarg-es the We par rvWt t. RAN 1'0. !l-Dall)1 I'apal.n Drawing CareJaekaoovlll.SeCle.lnaatl." .
blda f.r TOO". Rows and Boff.1 Nk.piog Car b.twua
R wtt" :, Uwt two sawn. No. at-"Jh..ao Drawing ROtN
the tea** until the tatkeda TB* foUowlac Ittr from **>. of oar Jaekaorty/ll./ sad Cleetnnatl' "". lo. Car t..a l..k8tmv.Ue.
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i i Attorne K. T. Boozer of Lake City Remember the Gainesville A Golf -I;JUDGE MASON'S COURT.
iz was a visitor to the city yesterday. | has roond trip rate to White Springs Case in Which ProminentMan

The front of the Endel. block is being on Sundays at only $1 t Train leaves Important Interested Heard. .
z COUNTY CONDENSED improved in appearadce by the liberal: Gainesville at 6:30 a. in returning at the

application of painti 9:30 p. m., and affording! a whole day I The was an important case in
than Judge's court. Monday, in whlohEmma
at this favorite resort. Cheaper county
Matters of General Interest Gathered Henry Banch of Sooth Carolina, who L. W. Ftn@n,
Brantle sues Valuesin
has been here for some time returned hiring a boggy, and passengers are enabled Big
c by Our Reporters. to hi* home yesterday to spend a day on the banks of sheriff' of Alachua county and administrator
the famous old Sawanee river tf. of the estate of Henry intfin,
Wanted-A good gentle) buggy horse for eleven head all
in replevin
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS for city drllnlf.lor his board. Address AI. guide to show "where he is at,
Lock Box 24, Gainesville F''.. tf Dr. Clyde Carter has had painted at of cattle.

A. S. Pardee of Lake City is In the the bottom of the tt.ainl03 East Union I The evidence was submitted Monday DRY GOODS
What Has Happened and What it Goingto i afternoon, and the argument was supposed
city on'a'' brief visit to friends. He It street, a couple of handsome aluminum .
Happen Told In Short Paragraph to have been held on Tuesday,
connected with the Lake City Steam igos, one on either side of the door.Dr. Keeps Us Busy .
t So That "He Who Runs May Read" Laundry. Carter has had his offices neatly i but Thursday afternoon Judge

It In The Sun. and comfortably arranged and has prepared 111I'1 still waiting for the argument.
Mr. Phillips senior
member of the to establish here Evan. hails is representing the
a practice
Try William ice cream firm of Phillips A McEacherc, manufacturer while Attorney W. H. Palmer -
which will no doubt in the end prove
of lumber, Meredith, was s defendant. It. Big Assortments of
Old newspapers fur sale at The Han profitable, as he It a popular young will appear for the
office tfLadiei'calling visitor to Gainesville yesterday man is difficult to determine what the out.

,, Wanted-Man to work In abstract
cards In latest styles come will be. Embroideries Laces
Ai at Bon office.Simonson' office ; must bit steady, sober and have The ire cream social and lawn fete ---- -- -- ,
some knowledge of abstract work ; stenographer given by the members of the choir of INSPECT ROAD.County .
'Q Wonderful Salve for tale TO
; ,* br J. W. McCollum A Co. Fla.preferred. J. L Jones Arcadia Holy Trin'ty Episcopal Church yesterday and all Wash

afternoon was not as successful as Commissioner Pedrick and B.
f George Snowden of Hatchet Creek Mrs T. W. Pitts of this .
had been anticipated owing to the prevailing A. Thrasher Went to Tacoma. Goods.
was trading In the city yesterday. city, but now residing in Tampa, is shower which Interfered with

'p Henry Phyla! has returned from a l looking after her Interests here. Mrs. the program However the function County Commissioner C. C. IVdrick. t

brief business trip to Jacksonville. Pitts own a fine home on West Arllngton was held, and those who were. caught. and Attorney B A. Thrasher went yesterday
to Tacoma where they impeded
Sheriff! IV.. Fennell has gone/; toKdgeHeld street.Dudley In the shower were perfectly happy on
the sew hard road from Tacoma to
8. C., on official business. Withers of Ileidsville: N. C., the veranda of the rectory, where the Micaaopy: a distance of three miles. Mrs. R. Wilson

; Jesse Rhodes has returned from a who has been attending school here, young folk who gathered; enjoyed This road was constructed of clay and

hp business trip to High Springs and Ala. and who has been quite ill, I I. much themselves hugely under the circumstance other handy material by the citizens

chna. better, wfileh will be *,
gratifying new
end county a few months ago, and
# J. E Wainwright has returned from to his friends. Remember that Rev T J. Nixon of these gentlemen who are interested inroads

.i a brief but pleasant visit. to relatives at The laxative effect of Chamberlain's the Methodist church will preach at. desired to satisfy themselves as
Stomach and Liver Tablets Is the North Gainesville .
Htarke. so agreeable ball evening
to the durability of the material for UnDfUTA lnO ((0.
1 and so natural that you do not the
service beginning at j :-3&
Allen and Bandy Graham are spend realize It is the effect of a medicine. roadbuldiug I purposes.
log a few days pleasantly at Worth. For sale by all druggist o'clock. It was determined at the beginning Messrs.I IVdrick and Thrasher returned
of the that the minister .
ington Springs The summer at a late hour last night. They
biggest yet. May sales of Blue ;
of the city should keep up a weekly FULL LIKE OF
F. J. Hammond, the merchant of Ribbon lemon and vanilla extract will tell what they think of the material
tL service the
during summer months,
Hawthorn, was transacting business In broke all previous big records Ask today.
the churches alternating. The see NEW GOODS.
this city yesterday.George your grocer for Blue Ribbon lemon and --- -----
vices havebeen, a little broken, owing BALL GAME TODAY.
:,- K. Hroome has returned from vanilla. Takes less, Flavors per. to the absence of some pastors, but i it Agents tor...

Jacksonville, where he has been on a feetl,. Is I hoped to keep the meetings up for 'Gainesville and Micanopy Will Cross

brief business trip. J. P. Goode has arrived la the city the remainder of the season. The I Bats for Championship. Monuments: Tombstones

milch cow for sale. from Tampa and Is spending a few days public Is cordially invited to all meet : The loyal fans today will be gratified;: and Iron Fences.See .
R Jersey A first-class animal. with his family here lie is well pleased Ings. in Our Samples
witnessing a game of baseball between
Address Lock Box 87. with the South Florida metropolis and
1' Invitations have been issued by Mr. the Gainesville and :Micaaopyteams
Misses Lottie and Florence Sleckert declares he will "make his fortune" in and Mrs W. 1'. Gsrrett to the marriage which will be pulled off at the Personal attention to all matters iu

have returned from a pleasant visit to that section yet It the weather clerk ; of their accomplished daughter, park at 3 o'clock. thin line. Mail and telegraph order

> friends In Jacksonville will be good to him. Miss Alma MeCook. to Mr. Haskell 1 The. Oiineiville boys feel that they promptly attended to.

We will stop the leak In your roof or The culvert on Sweetwater branch Green Rembert which will occur at can put up a pretty fair game and

it will oust you nothing titernberger between ]Ka; .t Liberty street and Ala the Methodist church on the morningof those who witness. the contest this afternoon I Gainesville . Florida

A Phillips, the Taint Htore. chua avenue was badly damaged by Wednesday, June 14, at 7 o'clock. are assured of an exciting .- -- --

to W. A, Adams, a progressive young the rain of yesterday afternoon, with Miss McCook II i one of Gainesville's game.!

c? merchant of Rochelle, was among the the result that several dollars will be most popular young ladies, and while The game will be called promptly at

+ business visitors to this oily yesterday required to repair It. Danger lanterns her friends here will regret to give her 3 o'clock. THE CONTINENTAL

P Atlantic Coast Line will on Monday. i were displayed last night, and will) be up they will nevertheless wish her a CAFE'HESTAURANT.;
a continued until the culvert .is repaired' Meeting of Kirby Smith Chapter.The .
JUDe 6th. sell tickets to Tampa and r.. pleasant matrimonial life. Mr. item

; tarn for $2 25. Ticket good to return The tracks of the Atlantic CoastLine bert is a successful business man of f regular monthly meeting o t

Jane K, are being torn up at the West Lennon, being engaged: in the manufacture Kirby Smith Chapter U. D. C., will beheld

M,. J. 8. Ouode and her accompllshed Main and Mechanic street crossing, of lumber. They will make at the home of Mr. Manatee Chi

f daughter, Miss Addie, have returned and new ties are being installed for heir home at that. place. (Thursday) morning, at 9:30 o'clockat ,

?' from a pleanant visit to Jack. the decayed ones. It is to be hoped --- - -- -- which full attendance is requested .

t sonvllle.Dr. the task will soon be completed, .. the as we wish to perfect the formal: arrangvments .
J. I.. Kelley Huperiiitendi"nt' o t "bla'king" on the sidewalk especially for the ice cream sale tobe

Public Instruction! fur Alachua county. i In Inclement weather, I. very dUagree- NEW YORK held on the court house green to +

isahcunl from the city for three or four able to pedestrians.. who are compelled morrowFridayafternoon. The! hour

days on uttlolal huslnttis.KelUr tit wade arotind the heap of dirt. In for the meeting has been changed to

;l..' Denmark of Jmstllla and water ankle deep I th. morning; on account of the prevailing ..rs

*nS .add Hawkins of Clearwaler Mere in J. W Patton, civil engineer and surveyor l afternoon rains. The committeeappolnted'are

the city yesterday on business. connect ha* returned from a visit\ to RACKET. urged to be present andit -

f od with the United States land office, points In the Went land; where he has I i i" out desire that every lady in the I Flmt corner South of Postofflce).

Division Superintendent II. A. For I been on otllriai business. Mr. I'atton's Chapter shall he aligned to some particular I i>p.n fill! MiiUlcM.' Drip ('oftee.

i of the Atlantic Coast. Line, who makes .....i('". are in demand now, with the .. duty. .ot.r. 11e.t,.

k 'liis headquarters In this result that h, Is kept constantly on the MRS. J. N. STROHIMR Pre.. .
city, went yesterday ,
to I'aUtk and other points 01oftlelal 111"h Is the best evidence that thn I

!' budnr.s.. county !is in a prosperous condition, --.----, ,-- -=--- - -' .-;=- E
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Field of
i Mr. and Mrs Allan 11 ill* of Alachua since many of his clients are those who I I Some as line tomatoes Tomatoes.as S SMIE n MOUNTS
are desirous of purchasing lands and were ever
were among I tln>... who visited Oalnesvllle brought to
making their home h.,.. Gainesville were seen at
yesterday. It was their( heel vast CORSETS.
the sure of the Cash Grocery Company --
1, for several wr.kc, and friends were Charter Carter formerly a conductor -
Wednesday. They All the old standards
were andy
glad to greet them on the Atlantic Cos it Line between ;

$ Ml* I.ueill. Onrter has High Spring and Citrs, and who was COH.1 and smooth sod had ripened vet the choicest of the new ones
r.tunl'.1frurn ( evenly. They were M
grown by J.
popular those who knew We will the ''W. H as issued.:
St Angii& fie. where she (h.. very among continue Ward of Micanopy, and he hat fifteen
been attending the Deaf Dumb and him, has ab<>ut decided to again accepta SKT; MALK.: That is one of the best acres of them to harvest Ask to ere them, as they cannot be

%Illind Intiintv Her numerous poltion>> with that' road, after having/ dollar Corsets on the market, and w" Mr Ward i I. a very .uctl'tIdul displayed to advantage in a case.
spent some time in the burl I will sell th.1Ian the week at trucker
f' friends are !cUil to see her again grocery Ko and his fruit and
ties in H "la. Mr. Carter has been Don't fail to get rue vegetables arealways SPECIAL MOUNTS for E. F. S
i Miss Ruby lM.ii l eipe< gaged in railroading for so long School Children
and Babies.
> her departure tidsy fur( Fort Whilewher and as a result they always
his friends would
venture he l I. tit for
..hC'III attrndtheelo.ingexe,. mend a good price in the market
nothing nine-but he is a good at'his Fine
: man Fadeless
cle of the .0'1'hll", u.'hoal Sh. FotografsFrom
job," and everybody will be glait
will he the of In Mayor's Court.
gutt frteudaIn ForiWhite. t Locket
to Life Siie.
to welcome him back to the ranks
Handkerchiefsaf 1Vrdnesdty in the
7 i I. K. )K'dwerd of Irvine. manager (lr ati I Katherine Knight: was arraigned SMITH'S': STUDIO.

the Irvin.'ratetoinpauybur orh... -- -I' a charge of using obscene and abluiweI I
11a1f Price.
mot prominent and popular youni READ THIS. l language against one of her associate r. : Some Leave
-- Lillie Meh
men of his section, wa. lran'actih|C McMillan and was asiessed '
liumr 1"'TIlIEI. At A", July IS, IwtlIts. Twenty dojea 1.ati"'Uandllf'rehlt'r. fine of .z ro and costs '
in this city yesterday! He r. which w.abn i
|> Iris business good K. "-. Hall, Si Louis, Ma,.-Dear -a job lot bought at a sacrifice! -worth promptly paid Witnesses testified; i Estate for the Widow

Sir : We have been selling your Teiasnd KM ..eh. we will put In bundles of 0 that Kathleen used all !I
sorts of
.1. The Interior of the home of DrV. fancy
I ,\.) ", Hall's threat D.sco\ery. for and sell the sit for 3*?. This is the French names which not'elearly I'! To invest
and I lose
M. Jnhusoii. West strevl i. teUK : I they could or as a temptation -
< eutlHed by har4.ome j to years and 'reeoosniend to anyone biggest bargain yet, understand, but they kne" I to speculators. How much
7 designs of I suffering with any kidney trouble .. enough to understand that 'I better to leave her
wall .. there
paper. The work I. being performed 1 Wing the bto.t"nl....., we ever sold .. --- -, ._ ----- -" -- ''.on'" cotsin'. was
by Contractor Waters, who I II j Your truly J. R, Yorxt, I $500 or $1,000 a Year Income
: said to bo one of the tluesl workmen I In I
Ibis Jin..ln the SlateAlr. Attention, U. D. C. |I for Life, or for 20 or 30 Years? i

and )1,.. Jam. Vaulaadiughsmof j I A TEXAS WONDER. The J. J .'inl., Chapter U D c '< W. will ..
Men's Shirts. will send in
hold its regular joo some tercet ing
I Due small bottle of the Texas Won basin/ **
3 Mante yesterday )Ir. Vanlanilingham I d..r. H ail's Great Discovery .Ii,.. aUkid".J Thursday the afternoon at 4 :3t o'clock'i;'I annual outlay will yield perm.
I I. one of the oldest and most I and bladder trouble, remove* residence of. )1 fl. J R Gerald I :i;l I neot yearly (ineom for anyone for

influential residents of the county and gravel cur** dlabete, eemia&l I emissions Ten dossn Shirt*-all sties and col.1 )h.. B. TAVIO. !',>. I I whom you nave to provide.

has friends In this ,weak and lame b* k*, r .....- ore-many of them worth ftie, The and Ma J L KILLIV. Rae. Nee W.
many city who are I I L. HILL & WI S.111111.
always (lad to see him liam ..swt.n IrreguUritle( of Ue kid Il. will be put om table Monday aDd -
".,* and bladder la bulk ... aa4 yua can) lake your .ho4 at 'W Account of eoar..hrate.rtc.*' HsrUl .a....... in MUTUAL .
The handsome residence of Judge J. reunion the Seaboard Life Untrue Ce. .(!
Air itwlr.vtr
women, regulate. bladder troabJee i inehiktrea. This U the greatest Shirt Sate w. Lio.Rail ,
A Carlisle. Saulh Arredondo .us.', H DOt sold by your drucgist, have ever .i'... way win Mil roe.d-INp tiekeu to Lou. l+ils irnlf:, i t s FLORIDA
Laying been completed the genial !"ilI_. Ky. .
I I will be sent by mall oat re.*ipl of |I. Come early and! supply your needs at the rat. of IP !rt rrom - ---- -

Judge and his family expect to oeoupybe One small bottle U two month few..- Jaae ICHh to tkk 'Inclusive Anal' | 'itBil: AT ST..
( same in a few days. The old home* to leave Louisville Jane AUSUSTIPJE.
meat aad seldom& + fail to perfstt a j lptk {IftQ
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7 .&.w. which has stood for many year can Dr. Ernest W. ltallsol. caaaafaatarer. Limit may be eitended to t.a e"LoaiI,
was destroys by fire a few mooato \ s me u latt. .. JalJ 101 .Ltrf*' tool b i.h.dra room at Oeea AI,
p. O. box t$ SI. Tools. by
Yt..4 .. drpoeitls
PH FER BROS. ticket View Hotel. Fee
wi" J. bath. Ugfal ,
siaee wa.lob time Jodge Carlisle. for H. kiebPdtOtl i booae-
testinaoalaU. BoJd by all ..., ups:&) k.eplag privileges. ,
ac.; Lo.a"9IlM. RaMe II
and family have twea boarding. d.ntaW". nlf .'c.,..,.GataecvtUe. PI*. per fides at time of sad dvposlt.payt.R/ S9 sea Ii ...k. sots root*. It.aL a.r to be A bad per i .

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