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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 2, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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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 )
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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: VID00614
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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{;VOL. xxii, NO. !HJ UAINESVILLFjFLORIDA, FBI DAY, JUNE 2, .HUt;) TEN CENTS A WEEK "

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per i In Russia, says: ernattonal Onssnlrer :M. :Mo> nuh '
;;JAPANESE SQUADRON "TUone guilty of Russia's" disgrace! HOSTILITIES RESUMEDIN a sympathetic strike Mould do PLANTERS REDUCE -

slinulil\ be u\erwhclined with shame no Rood but we. could aid the fhlcajto)

"The death of half a million! of men" strikers more effectively by provldlnij
SLIGHTLY DAMAGED CHICAGO STRIKE COTTON ACREAGE
the Russ! continued, "anil the loss of Iht"DIIh financial 111,1"1ItlwhIch

M'.ions: :l of money U the price! of the re. !' wt' could not give: If the men In New d

)Jtct-on of progress and western! civiliation. Fear of Incendiarism Causes York alt uck: ." --

P:: Only Three Torpedo Boats Lost : Sebastopol stttick the shackles Report of Cotton Association

( I from the serfs" of Port t
Arthur MUKn Guards To Be Doubled.FILL .
PRAISES FOR CAPTAIN BARR.
In Great Naval Battle. <: 'n and Tsu" island should free nil!!- I Proves This Fact. '

sia" front the slavery of the burraiuracy ----- I
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The Skipper of Yacht Atlantic Which
," STRIKERS' PLACES READILY 1
ROJESTVENSKY IS IN A HOSPITAL Won the Kaiser' Cup CROP CUT EIGHTEEN PER CENT

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I Slugging! of Strike Br.akers Continue I'n'IIhunp(4)land, -
Admiral Togo Allow Russian Admiral France Hopes For Peace. The American thrt.'.ma.I II auxiliary Meeting at New Orleans of Executive
Paris June Clovernruental quarters and One Man la Beaten Into (Insertlbilit .
Nebogatoff to Communicate the Re. I I I fcclionn\ Atlantic, winner of Emperor Officer Show Conclusively that a
I here for the flrst time entertain a I, \ >-No Sympathetlp Strike Will William's ship, artlted here early this
cult of the Engagement to the Czar. UUtinct I hope of pfac: This hope U Smaller Amount of Staple Will Be '
Take Place In New York. mm lung I ;. floating the Star and Stripes.She ,

Officer Released on Parole. r.ot strong hut It is I something more siiiiii attracted u. crowd) of ail- Produced this Year.
than Chicago, June I.-Three turn owl 1
tin re deduction from the result lulrt'I'
to the quay aid.llIon\ Marshal
Washington, June 1.-The Japanese fff the recent naval battle What It I IIIbJlf'C1 yard* were utrf' ted by a spread of the owner of the yacht, was full of NC'wI..n... June 1.1"ht'ltth..

strike to the Henry K. \"t'I't'rMI: i era Cotton association today IIIlIlh'i
legation today received the following on is nut known outside of thosnIntlmrftely praise for C.iplalu llarr'n splendid

conversant with RU81a'tI! intuitions company today. The men rt'lused. to Its cotton acrt'Uftu", rrpou. The report
report from Toklo: hullln of the schooner, and attributed
hut) : it is significant that hop deliver fuel" to the American i KxprvM her U us follows; r tu',
vlriuty to Itarr' remarkable
'It is officially announced In the now prfvails In high quarters that company and were dI4char ,'d. Tlu-lr "Tho <>tlmate.(| acronge for 1901\ I. us a
at'lunan"hll"r\ hlin. >lf was specially \
Mat naval battle the damage sustained the peace efforts may not be futile. It places were ft Hod 1.m..n trim the'euiployera Indicated: by the tho report of the United '
pleased\ ant announced! that the At-
by our fleet were very slight and mmo Is nald. however, that everything de- ", teaming: company.: This U 14'1' had beat on the Kndinlou': ,, rtc- Stair* government, i mount<>d to :31- 1?; '

the first lot 1'1 kd of coal leamMerM lu 73ti: $ki" 1I'rt..
of our battleships, cruisers, destroyers ponds upon a small! circle very closelyIdentifed oral to the NVcdiex! of 1.1: 0111)'It, VO
I three weeks Fear of lucendlaiietn "The decrease In the acreuKi for
with Emperor =Nicholas who, ie
; lost three hours and ;Uii 1 minutes from Hundyllo
and other ships was !! except
It li recognized: must have the final has caused policy to re enforce theI k. He paid H tribute to the IIm as shown by the tabulated mateherwlth. -

torpedo boats. word. rte"pie! any other influences favorable 1'I guard at the lumber yards of the hintscompany crew of the Atlantic und their smart lUt'ut which wan allrclt.hwtlrrlllll

'L'nder Imperial command. Admiral to ptace.DEFENDS and other large concerns.Even work throiiKout the \'uYOI 17.784 Individual reports from

a river patrol ban been organized fuuuura) merchants, hunker and
Toga! was authorized to permit Nebo;; later In thw day the Atlantic' was.
and surveillance U being maintained others, throughout the cotton l halt
toff to submit to the czar the reports" J. D. ROCKEFELLER. taken Into dry dork! for a cleaning,
night and day. Sixes" the acreage this year at 23! ,9SI).-
preparatory to C'Ul\llwlltliC In the l the-
on the last battle and a list of theRussian Divine Champions the Discussing l the rumors pf an Impending 11 l sierra, a decrease of IH.43 pus cent
Baptist ver lli'lloKolnnd! race. which tin rt IU')'"
killed wounded and prlsonets.Th of the Standard Oil King:c.au"l : referendum" of the teamsters he calculates on wliiuliiK Hundredsof and 1605: per cent In fertllUvr, 'ix

admiral was also autborl'.ed to release New York June 1.-Tlie recent crltcisnia on the question of ending the -strike congrululatory telegrami have bet'sreceived "The report[ on the decrease In the n

I on parole, the surrendered officers l of John 1) Rockefeller growingout President Shea: of the" tesmniers, said. by the owner and\ (roniman- cotton acreage" and tho use of commercial

I Orel and of his gift of 100.010 to the Amer toda>' : der of the Atlantic tettlilartai under cotton \\'tJr' 180i
of Nicolal Aprattne
can board of commissioner for forIgn "Neither thy national board nor myself was iH mplled from r"lIahlf.ta.tllftlc". w

Renlavln.'Rojestvensky, has jiower under the h'l&mllt,1'II gathered by the various slate and
article
missions are declared In an Steamer Sights Other Racers
taken to SaseIKJ brotherhood territorial of Hit oclatloa i 1/
was constitution to say wh<>u 'presidents
by the Rev Dr. Robert Stuart Mao Liverpool, JIIUH i.-The Urltlsh
this strike shall 1 and tabulated at New !...
Naval hospital. No other admiral Arthur pastor of the Calvary flap end cnnnot call I6tt'alllE'r"lInNIIIVEr, which arrived hr Orleans ,
off: the strike, neither the board. May 31. .190L by the president andsecretary
can
was captured from the Hiedevy, last iwt church of this city to be published today from Portland, Me,. slake to the
We call strikes '.. of the southern cotton
cannot \\ simplyare association
to cler tomorrow In the Examiner, a Baptist two-mailed schooner yacht Km'.ymlnn!
this being due
report In respect
the creatures of the' rank and nit and Colonel IL (1. Hester ofNew
publication, to be coarse, cruel and per- May 23:i. In latitude 45, lonxltudn 38
ical error. of our brotherhood and alone Orleans, with the assistance andC'OII'r.llon
they can c
hays criminal and to have maligned and the auxiliary three matUed nchnonT
Commander Isam Takeshita, naval call off the strike, when they wish to. of the president of the
the entire" Baptist denomination. He yacht Suntnm May 20. In latitude

attache of.Japan to the United: stairs protests against the condemnation of The constitution ut the brotherhood 47. lotniltudc 31, both rootr tsnt. In utat and territorial division. The

doe not provide for a referendum vote condition of the crop .H reported for
way at the White Home/ early today our churches by thoM cowardly and he transatlantic: race.
un calling off' the vtrlke. The only way IxmUlinn, Texas, Arkansas, tho territories .
Informs. unjust attacks, declares that no one
and communicated thtabovp that either the!' board ur nl"t'lf can \ and "| rttonH of Mississippi
know better than Mr. Rockefeller Yacht Valhalla Nears 00.1.I'UY .
tion to the president. act officially: Is to secure soma sort of lire iinprfcrdentedly\ b..I.Iuch: of J
that he cannot buy the approval of : Island June I. -Th.. lIall..h
--- an offer of settlement and present U the arrcniir rejMtrted In Ihoiiii state
itap' fists by his millions! ; that RapIttt yacht Vnlhatla one of the 1II11t'"I..nt"
Receives Communication. to the rank and file" Ix'liig yet uuptanled| and Urn tractsvlther ;s
would advocate his expulsionfrom In the tn n* tlantlc rare, was aihtedthis
:May 31.1:30: p. m. Slugging strike. bleaker contin under\ water or badly wsnlie.1 ,
the church If It were proved that morning 20 nmlasnthcual! uf w
Jzar ) denies the It IMrt 1..1! ups James Spencer. tit Kansan 11.\' by heavy rains. x t.'iii t.
he had acquired his money dishonesty then UlnmU.CCHOONER,
to the I.. nidon Daily I3xpre< I who hud been eniploas! a driver .. lh rsntrin portion of the cotton
or Uy means morally or sociallyInstructive. --
cruiser boi, of the Vlad- for a department store was repotted boll the fields generally ate grassy
." lie adds that he has In- SUNK BY 8TCAMCH.
squadron had l*' -n sunk with i to the police!! today "* having ben attacked the ivitton still unchop. and labor
vi-xtlKated certain business transactions ---
SIM men on board. A m.-s-'age' was received by three nun and left uncon scarce Ihroiighout the entire bull d
-which have bn fiercely denounced Bottle Is Found Containing Note TellIng .
from Captain Ilroiisatkoff. her scions According to 8p: nrr. the three The "I"C''III of the amioclatlonpiesktd "I' '
by Mr.I Rockefeller's critics of Disaster.
commander last nhhthlrh, it was b.- men forced him to get on a R'entwnrt : lime highest! comiuendatlon of m .1p
und hit;, found them In acordance with Norfolk. V.., June 1. -The follow
heved was sent by wtll'tt'lt.gra'h! \ avenue car. Sprnctr: protected, and the lu) ally of |thin farmers. tbrnunliout
mime highest standards of commercial Inpr" rnt'sssg. rrcclvttt over the
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Vladivostok Saturday all spin okoU called to the street car conductor ft..rassistance. tutu cotton territory\ In tut fully Hiring
moral Mr. Rockefeller, hey ."..'rt", U'lIlUt'nt sea Mjut wire today has
to \'ladlv0t5tlJk.11' Admiral Skrydlolf The ronducior. however up 4 IK worthy of confidence, admirationand barn posted& at thou Norfolk weather
who was reported to have arrived refused to aid. At the end of the carline brltiKlng about. >o nmterUI a reduction
affection and appeals for fairness bureau;
In the straits of Korea but the adnnrnlty time three men took& Hpencer from In lb.' rutlfin acreage and use of oiintncrcln -
of for him. "A bottle containing the followingnote
judgment(
declines to say whether the Gram the car and .beat him Into Insensibility ) fertllU'T! under cotton for
wam. found the beach
on at Ism
ubollalle(1; out of Vladhoitok Saturday T Several hour afterward be was found Iia& w
$10,000 REWARD FOR LETTERS. Nrckun the North Carolina coast byCaputo
** soon as Admiral KeJf>t 'nsky was by a pedestrian who brought Hpencer 'Tht-y hn. fully exemplified their
J, U WcKxthoiisM of the |life-|
reported to han arrived In the traits to a hospital. ability to accoinpllsh great results and i'
from of "I"IDI.rvl<<.'..,
Packet Stolen Safe WealthyNew ,
Ir Korea, but the admiralty declines to After the t.l'ntY.fullf! hours' forced to save lhir country from flnsnclatruin !
"On board Schooner
say whether the Oronuibol was engaged. I II Yorker. tmc. occasioned by the general do. 1'lIanhHII. III the fr of Iinp-Mdlng, d/s..t/ .r. '
I New York, June 1.-0trf'ra of a 110. truck by outgoing learner Itadfri" Al
ing down' of busines for the decorationday Thitffii\ demand' for cotton I I. tin'
i rxV reward are'! published here" today band at the t"I'1; l slowly| sink
The admiralty bad no further newsto holiday, employers and teamsters pr.*c*..ii-nii'd and with a firm and for the return of a packet of I..ut'uaald lug; now at watrr'sdg*. Mate l| lid
communicate thl* morning. A re resume the strlk struggle te"fml"ol utand? higher prices for tb. ,
to have been stolen from a private today; off In small Iwrnt ($lgn l/ "d ) J. C. A
port of the battle, however, has bren with with the situation aa It was on staple will bo '<'\Ir.cl in tho near futur < u
Jon r'a'The
safe In time home of
a wealthy
**
rbclve from the Captain of the Hits- Monday, and the title ?.
and socially. prominent New York family prospect for any names of the vr..cU hll'ntfnn"clfn
lan Transport Korea now at00 immediate change.'
The
.. will be employers the; note do
bo name probably never not appear In any III i'ry
Hung, and !It 1* and 'rstoopt also that teaming company erlp! *d Its electrical Equipment for Japan.
nv-ntlom-d |In 'QnnfO'tloh with the affair previous the records or marltltno r''ICI''r Cap
the emperor has received a communl record today sending out 'between Jso) N.w York, .I lint,!>' 1. <).>contact*
unites scandal should arise taJnVoo.hou|
i the not U In
says
ration from Japan po-w'hly' from ItvarAdmiral and :,*00 teamsters Hvery driver poor. amounting to fully. $5,000,000 railing l
from an expose of the liters' contents handwriting, but r..bl. No wrrrkage
Nebogatoff or Admiral Koj<-stCaptured that could b eipared was sat to the fur the shipment with all of any kind can he MU hf* .
any
.t'G.kT. lumber district . lertmlrsl, e iulptn.,tt, machines and
lo order to facilitatedellverle 1
IncMtntsIly It -Is bopod" to r 'e' 'ver -
lonl4. bare b*"n placed In this X
man
by the lumber pea the
fI.IJl.tO worth nf Jewels and many thou- concerns lavolved Kentucklan C. Callo"" .. kit

Vessel Not American. sands of doll....' worth of stock rr"lfIcaies la the strike and addition l>jul,vlll.. Ky.. June 1 _..TI.row. on Japanese occount. The order t
Nagasaki. June I.-The captain police were itio.Uy cl9." which w.re-.tolf'o at the tame protection was a ked. mission' pbysiclaas; appointed \\ti $her .
chief engineer and two seamen" of the A farther lr.. of Japanese nrtns Tb.
time as the letters. but la romparlaon, spread of the strike among Its Bcihmlrl to examine Into the rnn-
DrlUsh steamer Oidham, have arrivedat machinery In tor .Installation
) .In tha
with tbe letters the leas of Jewelry Is the lumber firm wa k.,kd tar today t.1 l rendition of Ut>m" II. tt'arn.r. an
Saxsebo. The Oldbaoa. which was principal:
considered inngttlficant. .:.rT effort nrm connected with th. mil men's lefrlrl fatft'nfft.; formerly of la government ablpbulMlng 4
,fltooAd from long Kong for Japan waseaptur.d yards and .rs..aal*. Hn\t" of the
been made to keep the affair .. oclation employing US driver' Ind. .
baa a are canport, under sentence of death '
Russian May 19 and laauxurstion'
< by toe of a war tax ranging ,
I .. 'pledged to make dellriea la for the .
njwrdr
cret. ttrlke- tlf I uU kl !Ih.l master
from
that the ft
at first It was rrport'd vessel booM per cent to 10 per rant on *.<
konee. and was Ftp.eled mechanic of tbr lx Dad ,
American. Tt Fifteen Perens PeIM.-d. rlous
captured was foreign .<]alpn>rnt entering Japan
that several of tkes. cooeena would, Nanvlt: railway r'' ..4 hat
port In
'.teen wbo have arrived at S.*.bo were Duluth, JUDe 1 nflrn person e after July 1. roost of th_ order
be affected today, the|r opinion XVsrn-r. I I.
tnaaae This
ret ken by the Japan*** from a Russian living at a boarding hoa_ toodeeted rail for shipment overland to the I'aclfle. -
-.. f..>0* that W'ar.. wbo '
r was (o KIT
ateatner May I" by O. O. Carlson, w-r p Qt..f'4. fl. .
-- eymptooua of severe *lekae... were BO- Hew Y.rk Will Net S. Affet. !..... 'BaB.*.i .riV>dn..J.r, will be

MttaalaA Paper Clawer' for )I..c.. deed lwe4tarely after b .kf.... Yen New York. Jua 1 .-Posltlv aa- e mlit4Kl to aa ayluai. I Farmer. Aban vnlna Fields.Montgomery .
1
-JTb. bait recovered la the .'v_ aoueem.Dt bas keen mad that there - I
34<< Petersburg.: June< 1 cata- lug. but the ALa. Jane l. -la a : ,'

pbe which k*. overtaken the K.. otkera are rom la b4. romplalalag will be BHO aynpatketle strike I. 1"4." Deputy 1.h.rtff Killed! fre,n Ambush. report l*.o.4 by O taml*.lon.r of Agr- \

fleet baa gtvra a tremendous la of ...a.... and aiebnes.! For a York to kelp the "III4".f4 .**.%..*/g, MoMb Ala! j..n" I -<. .J"'D' t.'bltd: i mllttr n, IL limio! !u U abeam that

; rasad Bn p-ruf time It aeemaed tat several of tke, I...*." of enJItlag ta.t Job. U.. N.. tile
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to tk upon a negro, kc U1t'n a* a breve depuay shoe- I reduction In the an..,. lo cotton

(l a. for the Immediate toll'(JC'*' victims would not rovr.t York u.../. driver, who a6f'II' $, Iff, and who wag .i.sa, doles 4..etl. : I. (.. stau, aa Ci/mpared to lat year,

,% a Batloeal asnbly without! .4*. will k* *-411 M I recta or 11-0' wotk fur In* HrMfh-f/n rallvsiy, was II. llOt per eolt of romuerelsl ter.tills.

", .; actloa upoa tk* report of the Iatr/anl.- . fteattl a day. rr.v1only the Hal ot /1Arwb.1I hot fr... ambush at 9 debut; today I .,. M*.4. < pa e.al The eoedltXoa -

F- -r..ertpl em .!sriGlL Wit1- s.art14l. Wash Jose 1 .-. I day bad inn given tit the strikers. aa4 Instantly kll':"d. II. was .nrot.t. to of Ute cotton crop u 74 p*< .-sa. t

; i septloo of tI.. reactionary Vic rr Mat rairtMBka cad party but (k* local talon d. eM4 to ral_ tk* city to ..../ out a rract tor : the S-...* three .....ka tat.. aiv4 the

p r... pour o.t tndtasa! ia a (>*cU ear cm the Great Nortk-" tie a**.*.-.t and roi,ai It a. Robert Ctr.."'.., AI a.gro. cad w"tI.SHJ.C e r.p .ra,.y cad la' had saap*. CowMlat t

wrath poai the k.* iwrrarirapo .... arrived la tbU'city ....,... e>, bug a* tk. .. ,fI.. ia.tahCo.f i'lal.ow elation, t tsagbgwtdrnt.4 a,., Petiole ptiw*. tla. *>a"I'1mf t

t 11.14 *.*ikl. for aH the p<<>pl* s.**n>..t.4 at tk* d.jxK tom wl re.e.. bare ba.* ..&.$ for .... ) Art 1#. III .....1'111' from tll. al4.. Of tae MHioa rrop that ibis time a. k

I of the war,. Oly tke So- >>* .,.. If. wa ro*>(-K1.... to tk*I oral day I. wktck tk. <|...tlotl of aoymasibate net 1.. road, Cirtl4s: 'f'PHd ....4. 'Acaakaewr .0 r*. IVaa at say time la 14) feetfa.o d

Beet,. Usrrtte. bew.v.rj Racier .0:311I.: wkr k* .e4e a ..baasd4rres .crlJl. lIa. ..... 41......... Maa elk tblt4s pacb.d 1)p. + far M tk* grass U cocra4xl, UMT

j p..e.. .IMJqI:: .. en.etndt to aa ae1l..em of Lapeo aO cad Oaally it visa Ieet4rd pat RlN IkeIsaets.l btlgne and eha ret Crrushal fro. tb.bnleh flelrf alre.4y pJ aie* ii

t : . .w. *nr.sr** b.tfag. asp. tad .....,..+L Adsg and biJHe4 CU..,.. Inuttly prow.ep acd .. a few will .be ablilel. ..

Mawr UM> ..wlkM reavl p* .>tiNc fHI'c- -:.Wef'Msb.. w. oat alcda4. MJ.f fa. r chard nU.fT, _

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PROCEEDINGS OF "I lbejrlsL Taking Ozonralslon Today Two Negroes Killed In Florida. I t. A HUMAN SALAMANDER. ...--BV JNESa: .- O..A.EUU3- ,..
, uid Your Cure t Mertef Fla.. June 1.-Will Sullivan -
Begin TodayDZDMUISIDN ..* '
The Story or ".".. .t the 1c.tb DR. DxVERE B. )..IiRR{ S,
shot Henry : his
Williams father-in-law.
the E..eeror' S.p.l*...
SENATE AND killing] him' Instantly He then broke I after
a HOUSE Day
It was a warm corner. .DENTIST.:
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,_ .. down the door of a room and shot his day the Freiwh soldiers bad pushed . .

--c ,, wife three ,times, leaving: her aa he their batteries nearer and nearer toward

Senator McCreary Gets Important supposed, dead. He then went >ln the besieged: town and now one F
search of Bella Adams and Austin behind the breastworks Office over'Maren ED e1'L All work guar.
Chapel -
could out from
Road' Measure Tbrouh.r.l Vk l CMIt Laser tAt rrvb4m"l_...._N I look ..steed.J .
Vitalised }M dl lna4 Food Proper- a mile distant, Austin, seeing and plainly Nee the faces of the

tic* are Very Quickly ,Realised. him approaching secured a gun and Austrian artillerymen an they stock to CARLISLE
STATE CONSTITUTION REVISION. In Brlnsjlar Health Color to the and A. ,
Cheek or tb. Pal and Sallow. told him to stop) Sullivan replied. their gun with grim determination .
t la Producing .."n&'ib to the Weak to one of them had to die. Austin then sent their shot flyiug into the French ATTORNEY AT LAW

J Pension BUI Affecting All Soldlere and, the In JO..bl.Toning end up-the the toymrm Invalid. of. Conralce- fired three times at him, each shot fort! And Solicitor in Equity

Sailors Passed House 'Is Anxious cents from Bxhfiuatlnar: TMm mtf. taking effect the last In one of these little mud constructed ,
toSubitdce In CUanMnc, th. Entire Bvmera. | one passing entirely email of French soldiers, -
forte a party
) Fairs-Tampa Fair Oats In In Nourtattinc Rotindln Out tbelor.t.the Thin. Peaked through bin head killing his in- under the command of H corporal,were Real Estate; Conveyancing and Gen
Face of Children. stantly. All the parties are negroes. eral Practice. All business
In returning tbe fife of promptly
the 'E..mpt.aUaJia..u.1unel.Tbe .
engaged
Money-Physicians busily
L .
1 In Bulldlntf up on th fr T.lttl Bodlre attended to. Office next door
the ,Desirable Pink and Whit FltuH. and the enemy.The to Sun {
'- Senate yes* In Dotting their chwk with th. Pretty I Carolina Seeks Immigrants., corporal a tall gaunt young fel- office. GAiKKSviLtx, FLORIDA.

ii terdajr opened with a resolution' by Color Heart and.Glad.Dimples that maJce Moth*. Raleigh N. C. June 1.-Oovernor low of twenty wan directing the work

+ Senator Adams to examine Intqaod report OZOMtrMIOlf Glenn ears he U doing all IB his power of his men. Often be leaped to tbe FERDINAND BAYER, i
Xe am Aatloota for alt Dlawaaea Caaacd by
on the matter of money received ..potI.... to Cola sad We" i! to bring Immigration to North Caro- ramparts to note what effect the fire ATTORNEY AT LAW,

by the State on Indian, war claims, To prove Its Medicinal Food Merits a. j Una. ire and Senator Simmons will of Li-4 guns was producing."Tmly .
.
Bottle Free Mall I fluid of tile soldiers as GAINESVILLE, FIORID.
a which was adopted. Trial by discuss this vital question before the one

Senator IJcOreary secured the Win tie went on r.. ue.t. Write by letteror board of agriculture; June 5. There the ,'orl'4r l Jumpttl buck amoug them

pas- postal card to I 11. widespread Interest !In the subject "thou art a veritable salamander, for Can sell your city property (improved .
age of a resolution requesting the at Ozomnlslon Co..98 Pine St.,New Tork. stand flre..
torney-general toeonjplle all laws relating All Drur1.l -Two al e-We. and 11.001 I measure may be put on foot tbou ruudt and unimproved), phosphate,
Who 1.. a nalamander inquired a trucking and farming lands. Send hima
which will be frtectlve In
to roads and bridges' and acts -- -- bringing 1m- gruff voice from the rear of the smoke list of what you offer for sale. 2U2n

azn.Dd.tofJ"tberec.o, to be told at $1 00 In the House. I I migration to thin state J. R. Rule, flll.tl battery.Tbe .

eaeh. This pamphlet will be of I Washington, press agent of the industrlal turned and saw standing
t, great Tallahassee, June 1.-In the Housed BoUliera! W. E. BAKER.
t, servlee'to county commissioners an yesterday )Ir. Oirardeau Introduced a parliament called on the governor there a small pale faced man iu a gen- ',''
others today. The latter says he wlhj eral'a uniform. ATTOBNEY-ATLAW
aU' .Interested. In the maintenance bill aid the : ,
to appropriate $30,000 to ,i j exercise special care in naming the One of the men pointed toward thecorporal.
4 and extension of public roads I in
State Falr'Associslion In making an executive committee. . SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. .
$4 the State.Mr. ] "
agricultural display the Monticellofair "
"It in be, general be replied."A .
w Blanton' Home bill providing In 1906 and 1906 Rules suspended Color Line Drawn In Hawaii. salamander. : We will see"' reiterated GAINESVILLE Alachaa Co., FLJ.

for the signing of'vouohors of petitioners and bill read second time without Honolulu. Jun' 1.-Governor Carter the ttfttcer as he ran bIll eye over Office in Endel Block. "';-

.. of the State by either clerks of the reference to committee in a message vetoing portions of the the corporal. "Can you write" be in

circuit courts or notaries public, was Similar bill. were Introduced for appropriation bill has called attentionto quired."Yen. JK.. H..ALDERMAN,

'' unanimously passed.f fairs at hsif-a-dozen places, which the fact thai In a majority of instances my general" .
Senator Sams' bill to amend the Revised placed calendar. "Follow me, then." Out Into the DENTIST.
were on the italarlfs of white employes
Statutes relative, to perkistreets, shot swept open the two paused. walk-
The bill for examination of State of the government of the territory Saccesor ] "
2 eta., In towns and cities, wat passed lug Hide by Aide. toSeialerJt Alderman
banks, as amended Tuesday, was ordered were reduced while the salaries of "You remarked the general
Senator McOreary secured a reconsideration engrossed l'l"W. Over Dutton A. CO'. Bart Oaloestfl
for third reading the Hawaiian employes were Increas pleasantly .to be at leant a foot taller
c of the Tote by which his bill The Senate bill to $1.1 OCO ed. The house before the final adjournment "
appropriate than I. Kindly walk on this sIde. And Special attention to Crown and Bridge work.
granting a pension to Mrs. Henrietta annually for two years to aid the Florida of the legislature unanimously he Indicated tbe wide nearest to tbe Phone :0-.. :

D, Townsend offAlachua' county was State Midwinter Fair Association, I passed a resolution regrettingthat enemy "It will be a great protectionto

r lost yesterday, and the bill was parsed In holding the Tampa fair, was taken the governor had accused the leg we." DR. GORDON B. TISON.

ri Senator Crane called up the Tampa up on third reading. After. several i 1 islature of drawing the color line and Without a word the corporal took the DENTIST.

fair bill. Tho Senate concurred In the motions to amend and Indefinitely declaring that it had not done i o. place. .
a House amendments and the bill will Just at that moment abell burst directly
go postpone, the bill parsed 37 to 25.: Graduate Baltimore College Dental Surgery ,
to the Governor over their bends"" but did them Five rear'eirerienoe New York City.Crowa. .
The Him
House concurred in the Senate Married to Save Suicide. 1
no barm.Tbe .Bridge work and FllUna; Sceelaltle.
Senator Blnunt Introduced
a jointresolution resolution the Atlanta June Asserting that she
requesting attorney.h -
bill ALL Woas GOAa..DaDoOlce
officer cast a quick glance at
$, to the effect that boa general to compile and have printed married Robert T. PlckWrell, then a (companion. lie was not in tbe least In Miller LAW ebllll&'e.GAI.UYILL. .

i branches agree 'that a revision of the the road laws of the State, and the duties resident of Atlanta to prevent him flurried. lie did not even quicken his .. 1'1...

Constitution of the State of Florida i Is of county commissioners in connection from swallowing laudanum and using pace.Prewutly.

necessary Mr. Blount called attentionto pistol himself with sulcl. WEST END
therewith.Senator a upon > they reached and entered a THE

SHfc a several, reasons why such a course West's hill against bribery, Intent and thai the said Robert T.rirkerrell battery which was the nearest of all to

I1 was necessary after which It was ananImously gaming, etc., and Illegal selling of her husband has knocked the Austrian' linen. It was filled with FINE WINES LIQUORS A CIGARS

'4 adopted. liquors, was passed her down and otherwise treated. her dead and wounded 1101.11(>1'11. Only one JOHN MEMZJES. Proprietor. .

The report of the Doard of State In* Senator MeCreary's bill to authorise brutally since the marriage. Mary E. gun remained standing. 119-tll W. Bay st..JackaonvOle.

atltotlona was tooome( up at 4 o'clock Gainesville to Issue bonds for educational rickerrell. a resident of Atlanta auks Calmly seating himself on a broken -

and Senator Adams submitted the following the court of piton county to grant gun cartridge, the general gave the cor Faust beer, bottle and draaght. Don't
purposes was patted,42 to 0. p'rltll.ftlK'r{ sail iiulll and Ink aud commanded fail to call on me when In Jacksonville
which was adopted: The her an absolute divorce from the man
Senate bill
.
relative
the
to col. him to write as be began. to .
"Resolved by the Senate,That com lection of revenue was passed. to wboiu.she. was wedded on August 7, dictate a letter. -

mlttee of five Senators shall be appointed The bill relating to parks streets, 1901. Tile corporal's band dl l Dot shake IF YOU LOVE YOUR

a' by the president, to whom .' ? In cities and towns was read second -- -- lie wrote almost as rapidly an! the general -
-1 Shall be referred the communication Peacemaker Is Killed.
t and third times and passed 48toO. spoke
Cedar Keys Fl*.. June 1.-In tryIng WIFE DON'TROAST
Y, e received from the Governor on J.t.r. Suddenly, Just as tbe letter was fin
to prevent a fight between Bam I !ished. there was deafening and
day, together with the accompanyingdocuments Mr. Avery's bill to a report
exempt physicians
Miles and Charles Mitchell. George n bilge cannon ball passed" close above
from the Board of State In* and from of HER
stltotlons."Resolved. surgeons payment Conyer wan hot and killed by Miler them and burled Itself with a dull thud
license tax was parsed 4tt to 8. and In turn cut Mlles, killing him in the earth beroud. Tbe wind causedby
further, That said com* Mr. Harwell's bill to By compelling her to bake the family
require payment Miles was armed with a shotgun, Can its imtwage overturned the two. and bread during the hot months.
mlttee. shall report to the Senate with summer
of license
by alien. and noa-residents yet feted to disarm him. Mites firedat dust and dirt completfly covered them.

f out delay their findings"Iud recommendation taklug oysters from natural Conyer. the shot entering his band ,'*&. t TIle general picket! himself up In au Boy your Bread from

by resolution oyster beds in the State, was passed. penetrating his heart. The two Instant Calmly leading upon| for rampart
President Trammel! named Senators the vruved tbe . .Keystone Bakery.
The Senate bill to refund any unused men clinched and fell together. Con corporal fluUhedletter .
Adams,Ilaney, Harris, Blount and Ba.a .- ileflantly toward tbe Austrian
portion of license lax .
.y was passed. yet died on th ...pot. Miles ran 100 It's a raving: of time work and money.
kin said committee.
on The bill providing for the redemption yards and Ml dead his throat cut. Hues.Thank Fresh Bread Delivered
\% The following bills were passed t without Interest of tax certificates ._ *, my rrlf'ndebf': shouted! Dally
-- - To all
"You bare nnve.1 we the trouble of parts of the city. Also Cakes,
To provide for by State ofactnslespenses
1. s payment held by the Slate for unpaid taxes for Huge Task. blotting ItT: Pies and every other production of

of circuit. judges. 1888 and previous years, was passed It was a huge task to undertake the A look of genuine admiration crept the modern uptodatebake .

To provide for the appointment of a At the night session the Senateresolution tuft of such a bad tsar of kidney d.,.- Into the eyes of the general. shop.R. .

commission to select and recommend looking to the calling of a ae as that of C. F. Collier of Cherokee What is your name??" be asked T. !SCHAFER, .Proprietor KeystenBakery.

to the neit Legislature suitable ground cootltutlonal convention was Indefinitely la. but Electric Bitter did It. harshly.Vorporal. Phone 165.
4 to be acquired as a permanent camp Junot of the Ninth ..
postponed.
lie write ")f, kidneys were *o far u foot,
site. for the Florida State Troops.To Moet of the, session devoted genertL""lay
was to gone, I could not sit on a chair withouta !
provide for the repeal of the law rattier 'Captain Junot.: for
I second reading of balls. cushion i and suffered front tlrradfultieckschr. I lathusbek
relating to agricultural statistics. House adjourned. headache, and deprraton. cannot afford, to let ouch fellows as you 1 Pianos

Senator MeOreary Introduced a bill - In Electric Miner, however, I found a remain corporal." And (;f'o..rallkJua.I 1

; c providing for the ,.pealof th. law requiring Dying of Famine cure, and by them was restored to perfect parte>-for It was b.-cla[>i>e health.. I recommend this great man on the shoulder.
the publication of acts of the h. In It* torments, like dying of consumption tonic mi-dicme to all with ...It kidneys Eight years. later Marshal Junot wadec..rate.l NOTED FOR tilfEE7bE.9 sUn PCBITf .
Legislature In which, uu- "
newspapers The liver
progress of consumption or stomach. UuarauteedI with tbe grand cross of tbe
? der suspensions of the rules, was front the beginning to the very >I all dru! Kt..ti ; prior bike l.rglon of Honor Jiy the Emperor Na-"' OF TONE,, POWER A5DDURABILITY. t
;
passed. end, l e a long torture, both to victimand I Iwlrun.-Frank E. Cb.uuiou, In :L \Icbolas. .
a The finance committee submitted friends. "When 1 had consumption Beef True Inquiry Closed. ,.

a bill providing for the 'levy of suet In Its first stag," writes Wm. My Omaha Xlt... June 1 .-Th* United I I F'n.w .

k1 for the years lt\+OS and 1KW. The billprold. 1 ers of Cearfos, Md.. "after trying different , But** grand Jury, which for the last I Beet plaao for thla
x{ .. a tax of 1 1.1: mills for cad h medicines. and a good doctor i 10'' three ---II. has been investigating I II Walking *>n the outskirts of Molt On laaebagertDa.otDeneoart trying climate+q., ted made of la
Gas autumn evetilnx.
t, year and a constitutional school tai of vale I at last took Dr. King's New Itiecovert' I the nlnhlnalloDa of the aliened beef man became Inteivnied a clever la young be.t soatertaU.; and mote artlnsleworkmaaahip '

1 mill for each year. Counties are which quickly and i tmt, nnUhed Its labor and adjourned I watthlnflee g ob aable.
I perfectlycured -I. falllnie prow
a ,
tree
authorised to levy a 5-tnlII tax, 7 mills me,*' Prompt relief !j I after filling TuO large site pare with{ '' He olMerreU sycamore Up to date eieverr ,
and abut
surecure tbey ac DlmJ' a rotary d. '
taO
or not less than 8 mill fur school pur for coughs. eoldt, core throat,I I the Information, obtained from the 1M I'I'I 'I motion l--for reaching tbegnnind eiaaled.Sold and CB-. i
'' .... Passed wltnr..es riamloed. No
Indictmentshave
po. : and
bronchitis, _lo lo.lilvely prevent Inquiring\: Into file cause "
The bill fixing the pay of LegUia- pneumonia. Guaranteed at all drug been returned the evidence deduced
', ton, three bill. In one, wu ps.sed. ,to,... Price oOn .0\1.1. battle Trial II being alai to Chicago for the slightly tamed In ofpu-tte direction.

The House bill to pay sheriffs when bottle free.Falling assistance of the Investigation going wbM cawed them to revolve in fall
.... I la that ing. The 1 Mr of OVER THIRTY TWS YEARS*
required to go beyond limits of Slate, --------- 'I on city making a screw propeUer :

was passed. to Make Fortune Suicide*. I' j I on this principle at once occurred -

Bill to pay Dr. J. L. !loner l&SOdur.tng Brooklyn. June 1.-Vestry Smith.SI I Death Dream C mee True. I I I to him.Oalvanl. without single failure. If iw
i, }>arker.b ". Va. June a natural' |4klkMot4ter' of want a piano for s lifeUnea '
1.-U4'I\.o
; epidemic of smallpox. In Fernan- years of age. committed suicide b,I! irg. Italy was .il.*rctlng a dead fm service toy theLudden "
: l
; dine was paused. Inhaling ga because of his InablMr i ry King, aged 70. a ve er.a of tbej i ;; one
T day '" hile a || wa .
IOU|I' making
expertInsIda \
Senator Ba'lley'a pension bill In favor to make $1.000,000. At the t1'y: *r' cltlt war, died ...,.. Two weeks ago'' Iu eiWirtdty by isle .kU>. | IU I 1\la"thu.shek r

of William .PJatl. loaded with an ef 1C ae anaouaced hU Intent!** I.nlasalias pas dreamed three time that he had' observed that tbe mastics of the fro .
that ..4 : bat two week to live and told hts'' : I'I1eee aa low aa eoaaSneet whit ... }'
amendment by Senator Crews to in- gigs of doing It! t..IDIC C'-a. agate *lin>. of u elude all other soldiers or sailors, etc, QQIC'1It1 Lad without BATfooling Ia I: family t''Pf'a'17ut he expected to ahrarrrr' ben rant In routat Can....e.aL>e*>We ea.ysrsae> Seatee II C.,.* ';

was passed. en
)lr. Watson's bill providing for a parts Of the world tn Ma effort!' s good IIM:1; uatil the day previous:! the exUtesvr oa, new prlA tpl* JB TOO T. Jj'j

c jitody of State forest conditions by the to ana.. a fortme. ret' 'a* f. the wise* ke was taken sick and grew rapidly : QUa pbeoomenca and origlaated the y\\

agricultural' experiment station& of the city of Rrooklja s*velsY weeks a i a.peaallees. worse until he dVed-4w wes11.1 fertile bcmncb of pbyvlca known ty &
iinltlcalty<< to Ike hour after aU Bret .,.... !1: CM suinve ef plvaatrmA Bates i
University' of Florida, 1&o""UOII
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with the United States Department of -I
II
I,. Bad Scar. I
', Agriculture, was passed. Hue bill Docs : Southern Music House
iJrOr. four Some will
carries an appropriation of I1.CUX day you get a be4 scan, ,

i The House bill U/prwtde for takingeensua docs tbetn eU. Re. when you feel a pain in jour bowels, 8 1FA 'NAII. GA.

Avers color to any hair stops sad fear appendieiti*. Safety Use In
a of the State in 1(00 was. alter Dr. JOHN O
Kiag'e New Life Pius MURPHY
males> the hair I a oars care Mfr.
for ,
some debate, paseed. Tale. bill carriee tow III bowel and EST
etomacJlt d...... .&.BU3tDED .
*9 appropriation of ISOjCOXeute Jsn.uhls enough :steep. as hdd...... bllieosaths. eon,"; 1170

then ad joaro.d.r for ntut nr T>aril
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AIL* SUN: GAINESVIliWFfiOKIDA, JUNE 2, 1905 S. uv1+ '0pit"i

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1itIANTFOVND' I A MISSING BOY. North Gainesville Social. re MO S Carts Chohra tafanta' ,

The Christian Endeavor Society of DUrrhesa. DytanUry. end
r Louis Rogers Away From His High North Gainrsville participated in a so. newel Troubles .f CMUraa

BURIED IN FIELD I Springs Home in January.A. cia at the residence of )1 r. and Mr. Ir Any Asm. AM IMs...
11\11 I .
the ;
E Adnm of High S"rh.lttd..iI'PjII Henry Bruce! a night' or two recently Regulates
eN the Child aad ]
information regarding! the eraSQU''(| Three! sees big crowd good time, '
) TIrI'rl'HINQ ;
||i Startling Discovery Made in West II of his miss i i nephew. Lou# I">. Rnrr I( pin> ty <\' refreshment1, sad( HI a late ETHING pOWDERS
sts 25c at Dm tsts mail 25c to C. J. MOrTETT Bl. D. St.Icals BxAfotaorl !
0aty
'! : -, wt( n I 1..1! home J-inutry 2S 19'>. ht""eerr.h do parted f"r t i-! ''ir respecuve or ,
Gainesville ThursdayBY Hottato no IOIP"Jut MV. tho health and lila o1your
.uee! u.nth > .tie!' f. child .s thousand have done, by giving these powtSet.
to trace him and deire. the newspa. ambition. rJTOV/AM' /s oassy/y given andquickly counteract *n AGED COLORED MAN .
AN PTS to aid him in finding his whrrr- -- 80..... E..7. -.n..; t/k 9 effects or Momummor'* hoi IIpon t..thl chl1d .J

about Description : Black hair dark People who were pres Mit smiled at - _---- .... .-.- -- - ---.-.. .
While Driving Cattle Man Noticed a brown eyes. meiiiuai height, fairly well the little passage of arms \vM,'U took .

Freshly, Dug Grave In an Open Field. buil-, weigh ahout 83 pound, hair place between twu young luiu nt a G. S. MERCHANT & GO. :' :,. l

Reported Matter to Officers and the grow low\ on center of neck It i fairly : iunchvon recently. On ut theist a .,, .,"

good looking a.id is quick and intelligent bride slinking bands lu her .'luuucterktloally ,
Found-Investigation Today. Retailer and Jobber
Babe cordial way, a old to the other 'In .
: ; age: fourteenyear* ; wore, 41
While an aged colored man who lives : "rtn ao glad to meet jo : You
when he" left hem", dark coat and kneepants AWN

:, Ail the northwest part of tte city was black shoes and stocking and a meat have afforded just lately: ,"ao very much utuuae- Staple and Fancy Groceries )> '(!Ca t

:, driving some cattle across a vacant lot cap. Add r"'**. A. 1:. Adams, High "Amusement said the other. ,

:' in that locality Thursday evening about Springs, }::11.. "Oh, yea." went"on the l>rM,.. "I've

j::: 7 o'clock, he noticed a small mound of been through my husband'a ,it- k anti Grain, Garden Seed and Fertilizers ,

'f earth which be took to be a grave. He Thursday's Ball Game. have read all his old love letter. I '
ii was a little superstitious and called an found several very affectionate letters. I SOUTH BIDE tiQUAKE. i t t OAINE VILLE. FLORIDA +
i The ball ttaiie at the ball park
;il old colored woman, and both being iu Thursday afternoon between a nine from you nod I enjoyed moiling I theni lligheat market price paid for Chicken. Kggi: and other Pruda.Complete ,
r doubt aa to what it was, called Officer really ever so much."" "t
from the ball toesere, of this city and "
J Warren who met Marshal Pinkoson "I'm au glad you enjoyed them rw sa
and both went to the scene. the Micanopy train was not :quite a. piled the other. "Hut do come and nee A. stock oT Hay Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Meal. Cotton Seed Meal'
warm as the weather although it was me very: noon. Here Is ni.v viml. 1 and Rye.' Wu handtie only the VERY BEST goods at the LOW i*.
On digging down a little way they Just fast enough to keep the crowd have the answers to all tau,.e letter, EST PRICES and guarantee ..'i"A ''OIal"al-,
m shoe box which contained
came upon from going dead asleep. and you might like to read them BH .. .. ... .. .
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---- --- -- -"'" --
remain of.a female child. One or
the follows well )( .X.:a letter are HO much '
The Micauopy lineup was as r. :lDS'r...BLJSBED: : 1000.
two other men were called to the scene affevtltmate than lbnse I wrote to
more
: Will Knight pitcher ;' Sol! Morgan 1
and Judge Mason was notified. He instructed him. I know you'll enjoy reading them t
Smith first base
: catcher; Jim ;
the officers to take charge of ever *) much more than you did H.F.DUTTON&CO.
Lucius Smith, second base ; Fen Morgan ;
: the remains awaiting an investigation uilue."
;, : third base ; John Duncan, short- W _HHHB_ M.MH MBTK .. -
and they were taken to a drugstore
-DEALERS IN-
top ; S. Charnberlin/ field; Hammond tle.r.a.e.A .
in alcohol.
and placed
English, center field, and DM: delegate from Itoston to au educational
The child Is quite dark complexionedand Sea IslaicLcL Ootrboici-
English right field. conference In Philadelphia told :: :
it was hard to tell whether it was
; Waller and LeOrande were in the of tho answer given by a certain pupil
.: white or a mulatto. An investigationwill ( : for ..tthort. In one of the public achoola of the RubIn
points Gainesville Simpson eLeather
probably be made today. by a Sea Island Cotton Seed, Bagging and Twino. Walrus N
answer to a question put profeasor
Wallace, Carter and Denton on '
of natural history. in Strips or Sides.
the bases while Mirsiohn, a new play
UNDER PEACE BOND. The question was, "What la the difference .
er. was flanked on either side by Chas. and +
field between a'blped a quadruped :Manufacturers of tIlt James Doig Improved l English
Katharine Knight, Colored Damsel Kasterlin and Herb Pinkoson as rThe

Now Compelled to Behave Herself. I I ers. pupll'a answer was "A biped baa iSwi Island Cotton Gin and Supplies for Ssuue.GAINESVILI .

The score by innings was as follows two legs a quadruped ban four leg; .
Katharine Knight is a pretty name E FLORIDA USA r
Gainesville . ...2 1 4 I 3 2 IS 120Micanopy : therefore the difference' etweeu a bi ;
and sounds as though it might belong .0 0623120 2-14 ped and a quadruped la two toga.- .. .
: - -
to some blushing, modest maiden-but Owing to the lateness of the hour it Woman' Dome Companion.A '.

it don't; it Is dangling onto a chocolate was deemed advisable not to make any ic

colored damsel, the character and "_t.r... ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPKltE.
more scores. B. M. T aoa very gracefully "
reputation of whom, if witnesses tell \] officiated as umpire. -. "Von will have to accompany me
ant gealoun oOlcer of the
the truth is as dark as the "Kni ht." aald the new
law laying a firm band on the arm of (tD.oorporat.cS.1:
Katharine was arraigned in the may
Blonde Brunette?
or the seedy young man who was making
or's court Wednesday morning upon a At a recent meeting of the Anthropological night hideous with a cornet. E. VOYLE MGR. ,

charge of toward using obscene and abusive Wit- Society of London England "Certainly." aaid the muiilclau. affectionately Abatraatt of Title and full Information furnished regarding land (la this t<.

language a companion. Dr. Shrubsall brought forward some linking bla firm In the po-' anunty, Oar manager hat lived In this county thirty year and ;

nessess were against her, and she wa very remarkable statistics, showingthat llceman'a. "What do you wish to slug I. thoroughly eonenab"wUb land tltlaa, ) :
Adjudged guilty and required to pay a and In what key?"
the blonde tpeof woman is rapidly -
fine of 12.60 and costs. Not content
with this, it is said that she renewedher I going out of existence and the brunette K.... .A..k.. E. IE. V"O"5z-LE

vicious verbslity Thursday morning type taking its place. "HoW are you getting on with your ,
This is even more noticeable Im America dear?" lady of 4'
music Inquired a
,
my
.
which.I 14 to her arrest by Deputy FlUE, ACCIDENT BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE. Representing
Sheriff Granger. than in England, andmore: in the her niece. a number of prominent. American and English eompanlaa..
arraigned before South than In the.North. ""Well of course," reldlc.l the niece REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOANS.JOB ,
The woman was "It wouldn't be for
.Justice Colman, and was required to I'I The extinction of the blond type of diffidently me to compliment, myself, but proper SOWS of Qaiz .evi1.1e r s .F1orlc1.a

give a peace bond in the sum of $100.Katharine' I beauty according to Mr. Henry Balfour the. neighbors hare told me they tunIItay..1 -. .. .. ---
friends have got her listedas is principally due to the fact that awake at night for (hoora listenIng -

blondes are much more subject to the to "
a bad proposition.Potatoes my playing. ;

diseases of early childhood, such aa .. . .,. . -- PRINTING
measles scarlet fever etc.
Not Profitable. diphtheria HAIR NATURALLY ABUNDANT.

Reports from the farmers who have On the- other hand, f it I*a fact, provedby -

been growing Irish potatoes for market' the thousands of letter- received .. SeI.d."Y":: 'our Order to
I Wass It I* Fr*. t !> draff, It drew e
in the Santa Fe section are a little! discouraging daily by the Ch.Uauoolla.dlelrle/ L..II'

for the season insofar at the I I Company (proprietors of Wine of Car- I Hair'preparation* and daadrufT' curs, THESUNJOBOFFICE.CLDE

prices were concerned. While the soil: dot. for female complaints) that a .a a rule, are sticky or Irritating affair .

teeuvd particularly adapted to the culture much larger: number of brunettes- than that do no earthly siooil. Hair, when not. ... __ .. ___ ._ ...-_.. ..__. ..'. . .. ... . ..woO.. .. .. .. _.__ .__u
dlMOMd. tiMtuntlly luxuriantly.Dandruff
of potatoes and the yield was good blonde.* suffer from disordered functions grow
U the "au. of nlrte.tenth of
and the tubers were a< tine a. could I of womanhood, such. as menstrual all\ hair trouble, and dandruff I* c.u.... LINE

be produced anywhere, the prices irregularities pain, falling of the.I by a. germ. The only way to turn dandruff
la to kill the germ; and ao tar the ,
were down and the growers are naturally womb, h..adacheb.ck.ehl'- etc. I only hair preparation thnt will po ltlr.ly.

discouraged However, many of In view of these statistical facts, too destroy the term I. N..bro'. ll.rptold*-

them propose to give the venture an- vital question suggest themselves to etxtolutvly harml'..'. rrv from aTm*., .

other trial and hope next eaton to I the thinking mind tAre vdlmcnt. dye matter or dtnceroua druo.1C . ,
allay Itching Instantly; make hair
make the deficiency in prices blondes born to die'Are ) ,
up aloall and soft aa silk "Dvftror the
The Santa Fe section is aid to be the brunettes born to suffer? eau.. you rumor. the effect.'* Hold by 4

finest in the State for the culture of science is trying to negate the first leadlnir dru.d.t. Bnd loo. In stamps for
....pl. to The n. loIo1. Co. Detroit.
potatoes and the result to far a* pro- qu..Uon. MJcb.

duction Is concerned is entirety tati- I The second ha already been solved J. H. llwllford A l'... aerial! Agents

factor,. by Wine of Cardul. .. . . .. ..
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If you could read through the vast TRJ-ViTmmXLY: : S..A.ILXNGS 4uctwatctr
Lawn Fete Postponed.On I with of tj
correspondence women everyag '
account of serious illness in several which Is handled by the Ladies' Daytona JacksonvIlle oriel New Yorlc, 4. ;1 7

families of the Chapter and also Advisory Department of the Chattanooga Calling at CIIAJU.t=HTON. H. C., both ways.r

on account of the prevalent rains, Kirby Medicine Company, Chattanooga The Finest SteamBhip la the Coaitwlta. Service :

,I Smith Chapter, U. D. C-, will po.t- Tenn, you would begin: to appreciate

pone tbe lawn fete they expected to the great value of Cardal to sick Beach Clyde New England and SOuthern Linos .

hive on the eourt house green In honor women :II s

of Jefferson Davit' birthday.A I'itiful tales of suffering and distress, Direct Service Between JACKHOS VILLK. IfOHTON and
I'UOVIDK.NCE and Alt Kastera: Points a
,
will be sent to the of and Illness -
gift of money drsribiog years pain ,
Calling at Charleston both way. e
Old Soldiers' Home in Jacksonville praying for help, after physicians and ..
amM..3-'W"EEKLY: S.A.XLJNGB: '
commemorative of the occasion from, had railed.An..r. The "Kennici"Will
members medicine Bouthboand. .. ... . . . . ... .. .rromw'WLarrIJNtQ .
contributions received from to these, containing free Northbound..... .. . ... From fool of Catherine I'.,Jacksonville 3
,,; of the Chapter ; medical advice and simple. instruction' aecvsasaWalr pirti+.e t.r light ';
.
- these dreadful ,
'Ut'UMr'UU treat ..
hew to ......brpt.. er beard wllh. ,....
Arm.
Broke Her "
diseases (in the privacy ofjlr' >elrow. Per rhea apply" .. Clvde St. Johns River Line .

? Little tin Sale of East Latsiler homes Uevtwercsn J AC CCM1MV1C(. and HANMONb .
accident a later from the.. C. A. KRNNCY 0004_"
street was the victim of an Letter reci ed Fla. (
Stopping' at Palatka. Aator 81 FratMria. Bereaford (DeLand).l.IntennedlaM
(day or two ago which resulted In the same women who had been restored . .. --. -- .. landing* on tit Johoe 1&.,.,.

|breaking an arm. In play ing aboutktae lo health by Wine of Card 01. giving' MAX KRAUSS Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"IsappoleUd
Noose the little Mis had the OIl,- thanks that such a rnedieia for suffering f'

I fortune to fall in Just sued position women bad been brought to their to sail aj follows Leave JACKftOftVILLK' Sundays, Tuesday
" las A physician BepreeeatiacWHOLESALE and Thursdays, f OO p. .... 1U torn log, leave 8.NrOUJ Mondays, ,(?
break the member. .
to notice Wed nesday. and ""rl4.'JIG.. m.
IWM summoned and rendered pro raU.al.loa..nd If you eould read th* !letters you "'Ut tlCHEU'.LH 'y
1' I the patient is expected would surely be convinced that Wlae Ee A. 'VEIL & CO a''u ........... Mn.NSe".
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ftw for Afae ; Q pat. .JwksonvUU..".......Arrive am
need
Ito be completely recovered In a of Cardui is what yoo today ..4Apn.. . .. . ... ..,.fflMM...............,Leave stoops,
.a,.. ._ year female pain, weakness or *i SHOES t Oann. .. A tor ..... ...,. 'If' ". .. afar pees t
t nee, and would waste no more .reeioos or AU Nn1ueM. 4 t1Kr .... . . .... . . . .. ..tits ................. .. . . . 7,00.,. .+ .
+ Will Cure Consumption. boor, bat get a dollar i . . . .. ..... ., .,..,... 4D.Landl.II ... . . .. 1100 pw k
or
A. A..1"rreD. '1 Deb. Ark, writes i days dmtgta's a4bette ._ Ani..!..* 5. 1. .. '.. .. . . ...,..(fa.,.... ........ to .... . . . Ps-0..
bottftatooee at your jjUO.. ' .'. ... ...1Gat. .... . .. 10m..
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a 'For-,', Honey and Tar U the best to take this wondarful borne : :- ': :; --t. :!.: _

preparation for coughs colds and maxroable. trbnent for all s>k a4 suffering 80M "' ..... ,...OJI.&aI..J Ofza.a 3EI>gRAL r A 8. AXp TICKET cyr 122 W'. 8AYBT._ JACKrXNVILLOeeerml .

I know that li has eared' cotjiBtloa .1 qtrAUT1' erase.lslr zYH r K ilar/NSrOreogxt.JTt. .....'o.a. ....,fgt. 1. ...... n Jwa.aeste rJ..
01lLRrl
.osaeD. . -- V. Ca.Js r.tea.4w c. r.lOSrtwJ.t.aegsn.e.M..., .
1 la the flrtt '&&1".11 Yon --- -- wsnaata. ....gn.ir. .._ .. n... -
thoa.sM. of .. ... .MI.T.r. rtrsl w
'. The 'amilbd- i" .ii&f.-n'tM.r. a;
ever beard of anyone using Fol., .-Dr. n,. 'Mt'e User' SW Ntr-:1N-;

lloaev aad. Tar aad not being satisfied I hoe for U rr J. ."....; AftSt M .. 0....,. ,&......_ a;
I. W. McCoIlnra A Co. ..J Bk xf Syrmp .. > (,.......... ................,....".. YeA .
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OA' ICY STRUCK A:BAD'PUNCH.j "' t.ay" ..4 -W.......

,, I A* 'II) the rather subtle question
iwfl..ered.ttbPPOStOfnoe 1tn' tl
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77
Th :people efr tE eril1e should not of otJem.D." 81)- -mnn"" and THE JOY OF LIVING

pot *U their eggs in''one baket. Ocala "woman.1* there is a difference (write CAW BBT FCTJLT KfAXJZXD VTOSSi TOO

> t iia1 w...,..,'' baa neither an East .Florida:& Seminarynor I a correspondent) twtwvvn the aexe ENJOY GOOD HEALTH
waeaordolasy tier; ft,U. 8. land,office, bat you don'thear A duke must 81".OT"I be a man unless
1 the people of.thasliv. town talk be be, for the purinwe of the conversation -
boot doting up hop. And then there
H. H. McCKKARY. Editor and P bllaber. I I. BronioD. Gainesville baa a few old a "gentleman." with irreat"em-,

W. W. ASHLEY Associate Editor. croakers who ought to be treated to m pb..*l.. of Toiop. Without empbaal
, ,, .... .. . of pputlrmun' rank Ja a
r--- - -.y.---- meet of ripe egg'for telling.'" "U- I every man
JESSE E. BCBTZ. Cltr Editor.! \ Ito that the town la dad. We don't "man" always nnd In every social trlrcunmtance. 0

believe Is. for Gainesville I* detuned But with woolen it 1* *ntlrely -
S 4 LOUIS J. I1R1 MnY. Uen'lTraveUnff Aeeust to be that leading, *. ahe.ha always, a matter of the adjective. With

been the prettiest tnterler town in out an adjective n woman 1 Is n 'lady/*
]-. M. PRRWITT.OKXICKt Supt. Composl.r'ROOmai the State. Gainesville !. all rIRh'1 ;- Who ever lI"kf..l, nu Iioarln that a seas
Timea-Dempcrat .
YJ friend wa. to marry, '\Vlo It tbe
PORTER n1.ocIC.: Brother Farmer mutt have track a woman?' Nor
eg W, Main Street H. Tar.aplto".4J4 bad bonch during hi. visit to'this city, woman nt dlijiu-r; who told us .oando. -

TUB lJo'.Y Hvn published every morning ex.r for we have yet to bear of one .'klek.r But introduce the ndjf' tlre Will Keep You WellA

apt Monday delivered by carrier tlac city or ." The .people-'of Gainesville have and the "lady" I" lit one a pretty

walled to any part of the Culled 8ta".,portage faith 'In the city and IU future ad I womnn. a well ilr<"<<..*
tree forty a year: 12.50 .1.! month; f 1.13 three .aoc n rat; anal If all the egg should a dull womau.- London Chronicle. PID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not fill your system
month;or 50 cent for five wek -.trlcUy. with Arsenic Calomel and Quinine. They act a* rank POUOBI-
,, advance.Heading. happen to get In one basket) we have The IHrmtrr-r ml Ifeallh.Whenever which vitiate the blood debilitate the system and leave a trail

people whocan.detect. the bad onesand any one III I rHcutKtl from of bad symptom which require year to obliterate.! HERB
f' notice in local uolumn toccnt a line will call them oat. We are Brow jail or penltcntl.iry! tiftrr a long wn- INE is purely vegetable and contain no mineral or narcouo
for Cr t Iniiertlon.and cent for each additionaltacerlion. and is the simple remedy' anature ,
> 3 i I. absolutely harmless
loa steadily and the city I is raking tense we read fI.nt"Wle be was lu poison
? off all poison in the system and leaves M
It carries
tt'iany l nd health when bt
Rate for dlxpluy advtrllalnjf made known OBapplication. Improvements. It Unot'only our {tour or downright > effect
i v beauty we pride oartjelve on, but the entered be muse. out an hearty as a injurious

substantial foundation of our business brick. Yet almost without exception CURED BY HERBINE AFTER OTHER

The Twke-a-Wcrk Hun i la an elght-ptlge. forty. Interest Jail and pe-nltf'lItiarIPII are luManltary.nlemi ., REMEDIES FAILED
column paper, published every Monday' and places, with no faclIItl for

Ste, Tburiday, and contain all the new of the PEANUT GAME. precaution UHantlj- taken by tlione who Mr. L A. flicks, Iredell, Texas, says "I was.
week, local Blare and general and will be wish to get or keep| heulUiy. Itic mystery sick in.bed for eight month with liver trouble. the
mailed, postage free to any part or the United lies In two words-nKularlty and doctor seemed to do me no good. I was told to try
AA fetal**or Canada, for '1.00 a y tar-in .dva .ce. The following from The Brooklyn dl 't. The flrnt In 'wrhup* the more Her bine. and it cured me in a short time. I cannot"
Eagle gives a Description of the new recommend this wonderful medicine too hJgbJjr.TAKE .
t ini(>ortant. Clo>-kllko regularity: ; everytblug
All adverliilng: bill become due after firnt
game, which Is considered a very amusing NOW
appe.ranceof advertisement, unle** otherwla done on the Hfcoml and on IT

tipulated In conlrnct. 1'mrtie not known to u* evening pastime t the ttawn'x '(.( every dny-a recognition LARGE BOTTLE 50c GET THE GENUINE
will be required to pay for advertising; In ado "An. amusing game with prizes at* of the fact that the body I III a ,

r rmnct. Address, TUB DAII.Y BUN.O.IIf&.VU. tached Is played at spreading a pile of tnacblne. Then na a nupplcmont to Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
..
... KLA. peanuts upon a table and placing two this, a wimple diet-plain, not too varied

noiiKti to cut, lint not too mucb. ST. LOUIS. U. &; A.
-- '-' --'-' -- -- empty deep dishes upon another tableat

The Legislature closed business tonight the opposite end of the room. A ta Saturday Evening Post

for the present ....Ion. blekntfe is given to the first player
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( .re* l' r W'Itehery.Bev. .
-- who mast take op as many peanuts on BOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
Jwcpli IiiMlfrlilge In Ms "Notesof '
? Its blade as It will hold and carry them the Settlement amh Indian War* In W. JY.I:. JOHNSON::: Gainesville.S : : .

occupied across the room to the deep dish with rcnniylvnnln nod Virginia."*In that I

4 Russian na.,. not spilling the. nuts off, If possible. portion of tin work fronting of ""'ItC'h.
Each player I. timed. If any of the crofl" *ay*: "11,.. cll"'oa "" of children "

They are betting even money that O. peanuts are spilled from the knife theplayer SII 'IMMK..] to lie Inflicted by wltcbcrnft

L. Shine will be the) next mayor of must take them up again en It were those of dr.'pny of the brnln and

1'ensaoola. A bet of a thousand dollars and deposit them in the dish. At ("!uild (neither I.* uciimntcd for nor S Are Insured
finishes, the nuts are turned,
r was posted on Tuesday, Ciirt-d, foiiBOfjiicnlly they. were ascribed .
} from the first dish into teegjuroW to .nom HUpernutiirnl neency. Tor the

President Roosevelt had presence of which serves as a reservoir. In a Company that i. Reiponsible" Bare a Policy Correctly
yr mind enough during the Decoration carried across by th e. players. Each the picture of the Kiii>iMmeil witch wn 0 Wriu"u With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company ...

Day address at New York, to refer to player's nets counted and at the drllwn on a ntuinp or plate of board _% I'ays Losses Promptly ,
$ end of the"ame the who car- and! hot at wall! a bullet coiitnlnlnc
the fact that we need a navy, How person
n little lilt of fcllv.-r Thl- ftllvcr bullet 4 ,
thoughtful! rice ov.rthe greatest, number of tbt'mwi11rth.
- ----- tcjni...forrcil H I'll III fill tuiil mtltneimortal You Are
The Assured
.. Urn prize. booby prise
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dell\ \ on unit part of the witch
Borne people are always finding radii Is given to the one landing the smallest lrl'f''IMllllllnl null the part of tile picture p4

with the sermons they hear In eh'urob, number of peanats In the reservoir. struck by the Iollllf't:' That no serious Iou can overcome :you without you have some \

and these tame ones stop on !their way Fifteen Is a large number to carry _% refuge. ,
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to church to get a nickel ,. hanged so across In three trips, consuming in all 0 p

they can put their contyUmtlon.ln the two minutes. Only I the knife can be

s box when It oometaround. You can't used In taking up. the ptanuts." DYSPEPSIA ) Fire Life Actident and Health hisurace5 C :

uf, expect much of. .jt/sermon for a cent ,
_..
. ,r. ....-_-_- ....." --- -- -- RAILROAD SPEED. ..w...... ..... _. ."........,.1 ..r........" ynr p :None but Reliable Companies Repre.eut.d. C
\\e guess that the Japanese will not lhr. m.....b. .... p.iit. .nttr.tr ..,... .eL'
The advent of the Twentieth Cento"' .Mrrh *.n4 Jr.p:i>.l.. I thUk a word 1'-. I.
the Islands . ::.
care to own Philippine "CM "forili lri ....
f at ftr* id rfiil 1 compoi %
..... ...... .. .. p4
Limited train over the Lake Shore and as 'bor .0-.11." n........
when that country become. aware of a. .i..... .11 ..4"I and thai O..r.r... ..11...
Michigan Central Railway from New eon la a Jar Isa all Mi. oib.r. 1 have ta .. 10 A. M CUSHl\lAN
the progress the Filipino have made woold la a-. ,
,, toward American way. The bank at York to Chicago about four years ago d.a..e ::: M* M.".. 8'.. J.M.y CUT)t.J.aat. .
caused considerable talk from the fact Information cheerfully furnished GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA C CI"
Manila has gone into the hand of a Oat For
receiver and everything Hive etl* that this train was one of the most
deuce of,being very much Ohio. completely equipped of any In the The DtIV.iscArt.v "e"' 4F'e' e'''''''''''

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country. The ears were the most corn -- -- - - -- - -- -- -- - -- --

The English people express sorrow fortable aDd supplied with every eon PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF

..th.. defeat of the Russian ", olflDe.. And another feature was cAT1w/lvto
f nary and
'a the Czar weeps. Hut the tear of the the schedule ,time which was to b. Whiskies Wines Beer and Malt.

ruler of all the Kuttlao must have a twenty hour. for the thousand miles ,
between the cities. The train has ==.- _r - ::- .-=0
y resemblance those of the all. two
to )
.
strong "'- PalatabU. T..e.Onnd.Ml 0O/.
and It has JI...,.I. .... W.ak. Pab.S't... !... EXPRESS! PREPAID.
The Idea of proven a great success, now I e..ia.ao)4 t Hulk Coodi-Jnim Free--:Sot .
devoid FrrpalA.ft.IW
gator. a being of l. It.,II. Ta. (...!_ .al... ataatpwl .
been found }bat.the time en be reduoed Q-.a M.ar.uf jroar_., back.atrUo Full Q,. M**.'ure. 4 Qto.Huntlntr BQta.M 13 Ql*.
2 feeling for the suffering of the Per Gallon
any so th. run Rill now b.. made In < a.IIFC",C 'C.I.or N.Y. "t I Club Rye .. ..... eftNelxxi 00 I 7 00 Kre. (;I in. Corn. Uood:erode.
er people' who maintain the government AHBUALSiLE. TEl MILUOH. BOXES County}.... .. MMonotfrani 1.\ r toC salt IVr(ialton-
that permit his misrule I I. simply pb nineteen. hour live .. .' . . 3 to IWC ) Rye. Gin. Corn. Kuro. Fine qualltr.

surd This new IOhf'duleIII make the average ____ __ 0-. tUnno-a"44Rre. .. .... S .11 6 J I s>> 1)0M Hjre. Gtn. Corn.H.V Hum.|>halloo host for:
-- .'- -. ... speed flfly-two miles an hour. ,Social Droi.,. ... . ..... MM e 1\0 It 00 Alt' Per Gallon: the monej. .
xttt I WbUkvr . .. .... S T5IVaoh btu 1 a5)>> "U" Rjre. Peach and Apple lifandr. Mellow
; A New York astrologer prophesies Including slowdowns through cities, FOLEY'SHONEYANDTAR Ilrandy ..- ... .. ... 3 TA! II lu a P!) rd by aic..
of New York .to., and the perfect ballast and .. . N W JVr Gallon
that a portion City I AMle ttraDdr .... S T5! 11"0 9 "V Victoria Kr". social ( He.
; will be destroyed by an earthquake smoothness of the road makes the trip Holland Gin. .,.. .. ... 1 "K 0 1 211 T :: iiuallty.Iroi Medleln

this year with terrible loss a most delightful one. The new timecard I H..n UID .. .. .-. 11 111 61st g 3RM J.F.MI' ST IX>UIS IIEEII.Falxta.T Per Dos.
N unit M
of life, and that Japan will be wiped will go Into effect the 18th of this T. b 1 to m e T (o'v' : Heer. .... . .. .. .........t
"Hrantl'S ..' 17 11.\ E.tr.I"le. . .. ... .........100
oQ the face of the earth by 'quakes. month, aDd It will make the Twentieth ) n S a' a !MlB StaodanlMalt ,.,. . .... ... I 0<>
'.ntur, the fastest long-distance trainIn From Indications .
'i present It would hint 01 K. IT. Bourbon 1 14 S wiAUowrd a MStnav, .hUrtre'. lui|>ortrtV . ..... 1 oo
seem that the astrologer had the work The original I Hu Ale. plnnulnnrv . .. .. .. .. ...." ass>
got . . ... Ata.'rtment OD All Gouda of ,
stout, .. ?
-- -.- . .- I Prlre. pints ..... 3 <*<
I thing little. mixed In regard to lb.for.lltn - LAXATIVE 1 Tlceabi the bbl on application.
.
cough remedy. -- - -- -
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The Ills llolln
of the birthday anniversary of ---- '--
1" portion .prophecy a* the
t first shock out of the but would Indicate .'.. Pope I'ius X occurs on Friday Th> ge/nuln : 'f. ADAXS ST. HANNE BROS. J.'(' ' LLE.
Jun.'d.: when he will be :0 of FLA.
thai Kusila Is lie victim, year rOC-CT5 nONET mod TAR U toY .- -- - -..- - -.. .
. *. Ills accession to the throne of y -- --- - -- --
- -" ait
.> : *ll.w poekagev Refus s.baU"..... T M. OaAttaM.
** President
Hi. I'et.r has bop caused! him to change ; II. E. TAYLOR Cashier
A eommUsiou of three *&.IIltt"lal. eDared only by" 0o. W. Jima. Vle..Pr..idnt List
much and his goodness of heart hasmade GRUB".t.. Cashier
nit appointed to pasa ux>n the. question ofw' p..y O.m.an. Ohss...
painting U. 8. mall boi.. has decided" him beloved by his people!
Cur Sale. by J. II'. XrCetlaM ('.. THE
upon a dark green enamel. to replace I hot.-i; FIRST NATIONAL BANK
the aluminum paint which hat been A new tourist be built atht

used for several year. aluminum Petersburg this summer MIN AND WDMEq.
.. r_B.Y fr u.a.nt I OF C 1iIN ESVJLLE
1. snpplanted the bright rod paint which a.Mb..e./d. _
coated the bogs Ihe th4TK OHIO CITY TOIIVO Nrt..n..a .e .1..... 'I .
during or
.4 regime of or ( ..
.. I .1 N. .aiW THE ONLY
u.s. NATIONAL
John Wanamaker as rnMimaster.gen* LCCAS COCJITT, l C5IvusCa.eac. rMal.*.*. *a4 feet aMrt. BANK IN ALACHUA CON'e

era!.1.0' only are the letter and paper Frank J. Cheney make oath that he pa a>aka4.ew..o.a, Sav.*w *akr P1

boxes to be painted green bat th. is senior partner of the firm of F J asst,la..toia,weep... $50,000 00
ky .5 tin p.- s w4. tf
t posts oa which they stand a. well Chebey A Co., doing bu,ln *. In the et tax *,s W.p.ta >v1U Surplus and Undivided Profits.
<*I*' Ma *a M . 30,000 00
city of Toledo county and Suu ", for,-
.
- ------ -- Do..uSe.fvetr a esakf.t .
aid, and that old firm will pay the 'WtUo fNatHe0 __ .
bean le
r The effort to put a check on the 55..ee a.t.of Part.rfh..robAar.G.epo.tb'aR.1e. ise aaN --tSr
revelations of the ommltlee of three sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR+ .p etalarr..e-ns A U....<_ ... ..IaMrMt.apwee.- tU
for each and every .**of catarrh that
". E.
which reported the unsavory slate of TAYLOR Cwhler.
PATENTS
cannot Ue cored by the Q.<,> uf Hall'sCatarrh . .
the Insane Chat - --
affair at hospital at -- - -'--
Cur. F1OLNK J, OltNKY8worn
tahooche.by a report from another
to be for* m* and II&t.Hrabtrcl
ha caused a commotion in the fIK" tb.t..n == B. F
source :
LIRE LITE AND
In my pr+een .. this 8Jt day of !>*. r-:1_ wW JORDAN ,r
V.a.Y --
house of liepreseatatlvee. Tb. ,.f..
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o'fllub.r\. 1H .. ..--. ." au. COU"TIIIL.Mv \ 7THE
cal of the lloute to allow the report of (B UL). A. W. GLEASON. JI.rA..s wee .'-. -- -- &ccmEHIH
she board to oa the House journal KOVABT f"towuc. _.e4__wr.e..ap. '
go OLDEST ;
Hall's "_se11.h.'tx.sl...... Lsd.ths&,.
Catarrh Oar ta taken internally
rat has been regarded a. aaprMed nted w.r...rwea
and acts dlritty oa the blood ..... U..a ..... F.'. rb..Iwasw.NOM -- AND BEST COM I INSURANCE
in the history of Ihe. Legislator. Now and mucous sorfao of the system. R e.

that the matter has Maae up a com Send for teetivaoaiata' ftF -**. I PlNttS

T>lte Investigation and an impartial J. CHEN EY A CO., Toledo. a'I

oae should be made, and If they are Sold by all-dr. at....714. GASNDWtrV I
Take Hall's Family Villa for eovstU
: wrong they should! b-i righted.' ration, P00.TttA BIOCt '.

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pry DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE FLORIDA JUNE 2, lIHi! () ::1))

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'I II Alabaman Guilty of Murder,
LITTLEFIELD BOUGHT 'POLKA' oor' AN 3.
OPERATION AVOIDED Birmingham, Ala. June 1. -A *pe- ,

I : clan to the News from Cullman Ala.. .
; III BALES COTTON II II I EXPERIENCE OF MISS MERKLEYBhe says that the jury In ti<- case of John ijOWIS THE TiMETo PAINT

I Williams, charged with the murder ofState

Was Told That an Operation Was .j I I I Senator Robert I I. Hipp, returned Important. Morutfull\,. . ..._ :.,.,,..=--0:::::: 1
.M..r .N"M"1. .w T -a.
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Deal Was Consummated Inevitable. How She a verdict of guilty! of murder lathe ::=:.::=. .. .. ;., ::
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Important Escaped .....-..-.... ...... -' ....
-- firM degree ttxlaana fixed pun
in This City Thursday. When a physician tells a woman sufferIng ishment at death" Wi'.iianta: was sentenced ANne nil. USE' GOOD \INT'I ; '
with ovarian or womb trouble The ml I linMrd oil I Just purr hne'ell is he "Iilc'-tM one Qre t requis 1I
that an operation is the to bans July M William' son ire el food puns lur which ihrrr i. ixi .uK" ii>uic-and the tuff wit to get the.
necessary
AGGREGATE WEIGHT IS 44,500 thought of the knife and the operating very Frank aged %0, -b..gR.Hl the court to I purr IrciS ImictJ ml i* to buy the oil and y MIn

I table strikes terror to her heart, and permit' him to be hanged in hta fath- !oawust
Was Owned by C. B. McClenny of Cadillac our hospitals are full of women coming [ er's stead Williams is a farmer and

Who Held it for Several Months | for ovarian or womb operations. shot Hipp while he and, deputy sheriff AotII ,
I were attempting; to 1 l\'y For every fallen of KinknH Pain evy COM gallon v( UntfrJ mf., ,
Pending Better Prices-Best Deal upon some Tin nuke two nations!! of- ,* nl. ready for ute. You' hen know that the plaint
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o, of Williams' propertv. AN appeal will jrog'rt puttmc on your hale i> alive-"ih genuine ml is in il." and paint< n not '
Since Close of Season. b" taken to the supremo court. I paint, union n conumi 5 ( KjnUxh Paint it you will call and cc u>. "
One of the most Important cotton
deals consummated in this section for Fatal Duel Over Schol Girl. STERNBERGER & PHILLIPS "

several months was adeal made Thursday Whltesburg, Ky., Juint -A desperate
Q ns tvE wII L.ts, F z.ORSD n..
whereby N. W. Littlefleld. buyerfor duel betwevu schoolboys' overa i
the O. W. Brantley Company, : IC-yrar-old aweethcan is reported i Ki N Loc H8t, *ftyrpanicSr. oMPANr ; t'

Blaekshear, Ga., purchased from C. B here from Lower Pino Fork creek In

McClenny of Cadillac one hundred and Perry county. As w rt'lit of the encounter _._----- ._-. - - .. --------- .-, -

j eleven bales of choice Sea Island cot- Elbert Holooiniu\ lies fatally ...- ".,.. - .
wounded and Ira rorntte Is seriously
aggregating 44,500 pounds. but not fatally injured. Hoi-

The cotton has been stored in this combo Is 20 years old and Corinette
U. C. V. ReunionLOUISVILLE
i city since the close of the season the IS. Roth have been paying attentions

owner holding the product for better to Ella Ingram and a mooting led to a
prices. The price paid was not die quarrel which ended In the tragedy.

'r Tdlged, but it is safe to state that it 4fI $ faPv Afer&fay MillS Ingram Is almost crazed over the KY.

was a fair one. affair.

Mr. Littlefleld, who was formerlywith There are casts where an operation VERY LOW \1A
the cotton department of Dutton III! the only resource, but when one considers Kills His Daughtcr-In-Law.

A; Co., this city, is now holding one of I the great number of cases of Cleveland, June 1. Angered: be SOUTHERN RY.
ovarian and womb trouble cured by
cause his daughter-ln-luw. Mrs. uwht
with the
the most lucrative positions I Lydia E. IMnkham's Vegetable Compound -
Brantley firm He is a shrewd and after physicians have advlsfd Pollard, refused to leave her husband ,

careful buyer, and during the season operations*, no woman should submit to and elope, llh him Lewis Pollard, ST., $ I 17.8 0 U.VIXtSVILLK: : TO LOTIMVILLKand $ I 17. 8 0
Kotnrn
the
without first Vegetable
killed
made valuable deals which netted one trying snot and Instantly the woman.

his many firm considerable money. Compound, Mass.and, for writing advice Mrs.which 1'inkbam Is free., He was quickly captured by the police, ''' ('rtionnt low rater from other points. Tickets will l h" shill
While in the city Mr. Littlefield will Lynn and stated that he was the father of June 10, II, 12. 13. with final limit June 19 Can boeiieudeil until July v
his MUs\ Marpret MerWey of 275 Third 24 children, all living but two, and ID, 10O5, by d"'lo.ltill. ticket at Louisville and paying fee of tiO cent.
be the guest of Mr I *. Foster, where Street, Milwaukee \Vis., writes;
that Ita.. Infatuation for his son's .'Iorl l" \.t.nll, and
wife is <<
now sojourning.
Dear.. Mrs. l'Inkbam- 1 wife which made him kill| her. The Official I I I Route.sonvilltt friends will learn Jaok-
extreme '
1..011I of strength, nervousness
SEMINARY. I nhooting pains through tbe pelvic organs, In .pjieclal. through> I'ollnirin Hlee.plng Cars and Day Coltoh.. S;
IN INTEREST OF bearing down pain and crmrafw compelled Fireman Dies Under Engine. 7:45>> p. m? Jun 12, via .\tl"", .., Ciisttwnooga' and Lexington. ; arrive
me to ek raediral advice. The doctor after Savannah, Ga., June 1.-Fireman J.ulIl..I1I" 8:10p in., June 13. For particulate., reservatHms, etcap a
4 Effort Being' Made to Organize Alumni making an examination aM I bad ovarian.. Frank N. Harris was thrown from an ply !l'u..I'lttor (hn.-e, Hik VVvnt hay Street J, O. LU8K, D. 1*. A.. Jaotconvllle. -
r trouble and ulceration and adviaed an operatic .FU..
D to Retain Seminary Here. *!. To this I strongly objwted and deridedto engine he was driving to a fire this
try Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- and 1- -- ,-- r
terribly
afternoon so Injured by
of the 1st I 11
The Florida Times-Union l>oun'd. 'The ulceration quickly be.l'Idi' all the wheels that be died before 1 .. . __ ..... .
a physician
instant has the following to say which the bad symptoms disaptxarod am 1- - - -----' h --- -- ---
once mom strong vigorous and welt"Ovarian could rPach 'him. 'the wheels
will be of interest toGainrevillepeople :
and womb troubles steadily passed over his body, breaking every
Math-
,'t.S. Broome and Christopher
on the increase among women. If bone on one aide. Harris was a veteran
eon of Gainesville were in Jacksonville the monthly periods are very painful, In the service He' leaves a wid FaySholesTypewriter-
yesterday engaged: in an endeavorto or too frequent and excessive-If you children.
iiit ere ft the alumni of the Eatt Flor- have pain or swelling low down in the ow and
left side, bearing down pains leucor
ida Seminary resident in Jacksonvillein Little Boy Shoots Brother.
rhOf'&. don't neglect yourself : try Lydia
an effort to locate the University at FinVnam's. Vegetable Compound. -Covlngton. Ga.. June l.- Kddla

Gainesville. Vaughn, lb. 8-year-old won of William
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The people of Gainesville are very Vaughn, a farmer living near Salem .
AN IMPORTANT DEAL.
much interested in retaining the East camp ground. In the western sectionof ACKDOWLEI111E1)

Florida Seminary and th.will endeavor Newton county'procured his fath
1 Rumored That T. J. Swesrlngsn Has THE UEMTXAVIIIM
to show that the Seminary has er'a pistol and shot_tils little brother,
:,' accomplished more for higher education Purchased Large Interests.It '6 ,yean, old, through the head, wounding ON THE MARKET -

l' than any other institution. is rumored that T. J. Sweat 1nen: him perhaps fatally The two Has TabulatorON

; "Speaking: of Gainesville and the of this city for many year connected children were alone! In the house at UnlYfR5Al[ KrTOOARD I ,

'. S.mlllaryIr. Broome said : with the lUird Hardware Company, the time of the accident., Every Machine. '

"Gainesville has everything. desira and who recently sold his Interests In Growers
ble for the maintenance of the Sem that concern has purchased. an interest Hops to Pool.

inary. It has the school spirit it has In the immense naval stores and Salem Ore, June l.- Tha forma. Lightest rlhlft! Lightest Running I The 1

good "water excellent location, good lumber manufacturing business of tion of a corporation to'Include all the Champion Hed| Writers of the World s

buildings, and prohibition, and 1 think Venable A Jones, Kanapaha. While hop growers Washington, Oregon Us. the Fay.Hholes More Fay-Sholes la
with determined effort we can get it it has been impossible to.ee Mr. California, New York and {Oogland I Is "
proposed. The. plan OOl. use In UlDsvllle than any other machine. ''
"The alumni of the :Seminary:: in Swearingen. the information came proposes a
!lag of all the hop'grown' In the territory
Jacksonville is very strong. It is said through another source which is supposed -

to number upward of a hundred and to be reliable and since Mr. mentioned placing them upon For Sale
the market at the discretion of a sales by. . .
cititens. I
many of these are prominent Swearingen baa been Inactive for some

No alomnis were ever known to fail to time it is not at all improbable.The committee. 1 THE SON Gainesville Fla.

the call of his alma mater, ,
respond to business of Vensble A Jones Is Pullman Company Fights Kansas.
and it is thought that the Jacksonville located on the Seaboard Air Line Railroad -r--- t

alumni may effect organization to this about seven miles to the southwest Topeka.Car company Kan., June, replying 1-The to a com pullman I; ---.-'" .--.- . .. . -' .- ... _. -. -. - ...._-.-.. -_.-..., .-
alumniare
end. Among the prominent of Gainesville. It consists of an
Oen. C. P. Lovell the Porters, extensive naval stores business and plaint flied against the company before :

:Eartlesons, Judge:! Samuel T. Shsylor one of the most modern up-to-date the slat aleglng board excessive of railroad rates commissioners ,. THE EVERETT HOTEL }

. and others," raw mill plants in this section. The> ,
declares that the !Ititlraaa company Is
------- --- purchase price must have been conslderable not a common carrier and not under 235 1V. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE,: FLORIDA.Centrally .
EXTENDED.
LINESIBEING but with his ability as a business ,
the Jurisdiction of the road cummlavslon
man It is not necessary to add
Cast Florida Telephone Company Now that the investment was a profitable rs. .. J -- l.cste lf Ihsrmighly repaired and rra.Tatrd Newly' fttrnUhrd.Karvpean ti

to Williston and Still Buildi,.!. If the Baby Is Cutting Teeth .'1...

service of the East Florida Telephone D. corn and use that old and well-
The
Company is being extended ev- one.CASTOR IA I tried remedy Mrs. Wlaslow's Sooth :EI:. :MASON-1o-prietr: r w ,

cry day. The company is giving its leg Syrup for children te.thlng. II ., ..- ,. ....
op-to-date service For Infanta and Children. soothes the child softens the corns,
patrons a first-class, UA11CSrlLLZ.:"" rAYUUITEUEOJLT.
which has proved of allays all pale ebres wind eolle and I Is
and a service The Kind You Han Always Bcsgbt The CashGrocery
great benefit and convenience to its the best remedy for dUrrhosa. Twen .
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ty-five cents
a >
the means
been
subscribers. It has Bears theSignature

whereby the merchants and farmers of 0... ..... ...: '.' w ....... .
and trackers could transact their business -na.. artificial' limb iKuUnen to getting CO.J. Alachua Pool Parlors

in Gainesville without the necessity to be soaxrtfclur l wn4.rful"" aida

of a long and tiresome trip and JEFF DAVIS' BIRTHDAY. Cleveland roan. "1t bra a man ran !A II...... PrvprlrUr.
the pa bite has shown its appreciationby wiggle. the flnr of an artificial bandIt
liberal The Day Will be Observed by Banking .. uncanny Prartlral jokes of torrtbto .
support.The -
service has r.achedYlIJi.tOD, and State Institutions. .ft'tort.re po* lt>l. with the ftUkialtlmbv R. EMERSON & CO.
and the vkiJrn U sorb la tb. tnt
.where 'phones have been 'installed by Tomorrow Jao 8, will be Jefferson .en** of the word. I sw a rasa In LNalecS la the Forte Blo kf aoath

_, P. JT King, the Williston Manufacturing Dsvt*' birthday which has beer madea Dnv about three .-.u ago, wtwwaJkad aid* ......r.. Three flrst*laaa table.
Company, Dr. \Vlllls. B. D. )fed lie State holiday throoghoat: th* Booth.Tn op to UM its4gt.lerk .lwI'a' a Aerate f"r loud Up... and prompt and eoaa.ou '

A Co. and The Williston Ad'Of'at.. day will b. fittingly observed by friendly way r..cb I ff'OeI UM waatsr Ilarrlsvt bill, Hteel' (.tItalUrTs ('."..... .tad.".... Tte pabll* U vordUlly invited

The line is being extended sootbward lb. banks and Stale institutions to ahaJk bands TtMsa te wb>>rU.l Ob.llk I U.,. slwsye welcome.

and will reach Morrisloo by tomorrow throughout the Booth, and In many away and left bis band }a .to* crip *ftb I
where several Instruments have cWrk. Tn* eUrk fslatart .rt sUyfatntod.
and
night, cities. towns appropriate seta
., Ilthoo b4I rvaltawl, I WlUrv. *. .
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been already subssribed. raoaies will be held, We have the Choicest Goods) .
-- that this hand be bald> wn bat an artificial
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--- -- RaIn Via Atlantic Tbe postoOc sod United States .tv*. Tn* man wire war It had daily
Summer Tourist Line' land ofl5. will not observe tb. day inGaiaesvilte. d TtasNl actiMi \>r wttcfc b* solgftt on our NI5SD.'rHE n. MORTON

Coast bat both banks will b* threw It .ef by pre. rt.|t a iftiag. Tb ) U
If TOO contemplate visiting summer closed. __ ___ 4.UcM t:.- tank In tb. Joke taxed whenthis ", .HN 'l +* *v .....

resorts eve ticket agents Atlantic CoastLine Tarn Babtoa.Estrem victim coeu.r-t.--Wnwa. .... Irish Potato .per p* k. ZEc NOTIONS .1
and all information with r.frane on UML Steps W It. Jiaeus. pet CIUla. . . 1O
(get schedules and hot weather &. a great tax I>ark .'. doled Growing . . '
to rate, rooter, S. Ate users Olin. . IV AND:
tourist rates upon the digestive power of babl.. No crt 4 It. F
Pullman .er.*", t Summer; Caw Cora 2B e
:. now in e Z tCl to all the rnMipal re. When pony and feeble they aWold be It Is M ...r.t that for tote, barn*. Cane Peas, n' . ;.yid. NOVELTIES.MRS.
are the eoantry with N*, given a Sew dors of While's Creame .l.*r.f f..*r 110"",*ofj,sy**,bails,eta. S Cane Tomato. 91b. ..... 3&* .
sort tkrooghoat 1st. Pate. b* i Vvrmifog the child,..'. 14a"l It nothing !. Srt ..ff..tlr* M -u..'. Ar- 3 O.UM IUMSI f9l . . 24.

tarn limit October all sprints. n*>ont.. t will stimulate and faeiliut U e dig**. ago &/.... MIt did,. t take .lo.g so; ....b OakKM said T.nt's-e.' Motee.Mr, le i+
aenoaneed to ?n.h Bilra flea Coif.._
y been For th ,r.1 L' tloa of their food, so last llpy *roe car a tad MT 1 had. and It .U all O. K.

sin and seashore tickets resort\ are no; ...6 sa.'become i, siroag. healthy and ae lre.fcy far ..*. .,..... writ* D..L.O>./tory 01 AIS Or4n rr.mpt1' 111""" . J. A. AMMON8 .LK

time roond-trip England territory( Sold W M, Jo* .on. Hope T... ,tis at all drug atom. I Phone 17 e --
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NEWS\ FROM ALL iii WISDOM'S WHISPERS. .: :
. : ;t.1 i PEICE: LIST'41
I It's lucky we don't know how unlucky _

PARTS OF FLORIDA COTES WHERE ALL ELSE: FAILS we may be. a..OF. . ,
w "at Cw,b Syrup Tait Good It 1. difficult' to take a woman by surprise '
U. In tm.' :old tor cln&Clat. In a lore affair.'

Brief Happenings From Various .. ..c Some you people can't are turn cranks them. simply because I EUREKA WINE LIQUOR CO

r Sections of State. Some men secure all the glory

tached to whatever part tbey**.* at-I THE HEAT SOUTHERN MAIL ORDER HOUSE. __

: THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS RANDOLPH 18 NOT GUILTY. A. woman may know very little Full 'Quart Measure.Hatebetfa .
yet have a way that can-It. cbnvictloo. EXPRESS PREPAID.
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Transpiring In "The Land of Flowwa." Preliminary Trial Results In the. Free The want of refinement in a man Par Tour Quarts Sir Cue Per
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cannot be corrected by the gloss of aetpbranes. Gallon Quart
s- Things Boiled Down" to Suit the I. Ing of Alabaman. I Private Stock., . ........ ................ $> 00 f.401) as ego, IIS 00
Montgomery, Ala., June I.-After I Ilrteheu'.That'. Wbtakey !\I) 4 eo 0 IS 75
Reader Item of Interest to Some take air of 10 3 M 80 It flO
men an conse-
Busy .. two hours of a preliminary trial before I on Ilatotectt'aOkl au. .................. T 4 71.15 7 00 1400
4, All Class**. Justice of the Peace M. IL quence to conceal the wt akne of their ., EurekNQ N. C. Apple Brandy Apple Brandy......... ...... .... .............. .... S 35 16 as 970
position. I .._. ..... .... .... ..................... 00tn OO 11 00
::4 revival Lakeland i Join Randolph, who shot and instantly RurekaMalt Eur.Ir.N.C.Pe.eb Brandy... .................. """". 75 700 1400
The meetings at are 'killed his When.a man can hide his thoughts la C.PewbBready...... ............ ........""""". 321321> K5 0 TOV
creating much religious terror. cousin Jude'1C..Rao. a smile he hold a powerful weapon of N.Eureka N.O. Corn .... .. ........................... S SS 3tIm TO \
dolph, last Saturday was adjudged not N. UCorn.XX... .. ..........................". 3 x W / M too
W. T. Gill Is the new aisiitant'agento defense.-Philadelphia Bulletin. Eureka XXX . .... ....................... 00n 116 8 aoE1IrekaN.
guilty of any offense and was discharged - Eureka N.. O. Corn.XXXX.. .. .. .................... .... lilt 7BO 17& Tao
_; ( the Seaboard Air Line at Cedar ,. without bond. C. Corn. .. .. .......................... ..". 160 BOBO a 75 ISM
Bourbon
T*. C._.!* ..tMr. Old Crow. ..... .. ... .. .... ... .. ..... ..... ..... 4 Ail 1175 13 BOIt
Governor Broward Is booked to deliver The Justice held that it was a: clear (Rot., the historian of Greece, Sunnr Hermit Brook** Rye ire<< ... ..... .. .......... ............ ...... 3 7ft I 7) 6 06 90It
. .. .. ... .. ........ .. ... ... 5 T5B I 05e 30
the Fourth of July oration. 0, case of self-defense' and that the ac MImed I Incapable of caring for hims Kobo Sunny Sprlo Brook.Sour...... "Mb... . .,. .. ...... .... ... .... .... .. .. .. .00 / 75W 90 1375
lando. cased was forced to shoot to save his lf when moved by consideration for Silk Velvet .. ..... .... ... .... .................. ... 00 .686 1 USe 15 7OIt
Oak and ..... ..... .. ._. ............. .......... S 75 CO 00 00
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Elliott Williams died la Jacksonville! own life, as shown by all the wit. others. His exaggerated acquiescenceIn

Tuesday from the effects of being seriously nesses. what be thought a constructive obligation Gin From $5.50 to $3.0 Per Gallon, Delivered.
Several witnesses Is Illustrated by the last sit 1 t Stock and aecurea bottle' free. '(Save
scalded at Chester..., were examined: Save twelve label of Hatchetf Private
; ting he gave to Mlllala. who "painted twelve label or H.tchetf.old Rye and secure a bottle free. Save ,w.a..labe"oC
all of whom
showed that
the
f deceased ,'. Wbixkey and secure a bottle free. Save twelve labels of Eureka
Cspt. Bam 3. Carter of lamps police bis portrait I Hatohetfa Tb.
had made repeated threats on the life N. C. Corn and secure a bottle free. Save twelve labels of Eureka N. O. AppleBia
y force, who was shot-Monday by P. W.Knspp The studio was cold. Mr. Grote hadremoved dylknd secure ODe bottle free. Save twelve labels of Eureka Malt and secure
I of the defendant and bad told on several bottle free.! Price of all goods bought at oomp'D,'. store are 70o per gallon tees
and one
his overcoat presentlyfelt
Is not expected to hve.i .
occasions klifhim. than ir ben delivered. Noebanre for JUlla. boxes drarae.. AU of BarlM>nl aarefull
he
that
intended to
sensibly chilled. Yet be did not iueaare. AU Mandard brand of whlitkle sold over my bar at lOo per drink-10
The Crescent City squash season has Aa soon aa the decision of Justice complain nor resume his overcoat from IS leave 5 for you. All wines quoted on application. We also carry ebeaper
been rushing fpr some time and eonst' liquor than those quoted. Special price on large quaotltie: packed any size de-
I. Screws was made up, he announced It. "Why did yon not say you were aired. Money refunded If of them are shipped almost daily having adjourned court and returnedto entiled asked Mrs. Orote when she WISE LIQUOR COMPANY

"Doe" Thompson was shot and killed his office amid the good wishes of a learned tbe ctrcomstancee. 135 WEST BAY STREET. JACKSONVILLE. FL.4.SE..A. .
N, Instantly by Joe Henderson near St. great crowd who had gathered to seethe "I did not like to appear to reproachMr.

Petersburg Sunday. Both colored end of the trial.A Mlllala for letting the fire go oaf
"Well but there waa your thick

4) will The erect St. Petersburg a new dock A at Golf St. Railway Petersburg Thousand Dollars' Worth of Good."I overcoat"Y... but X did not know If be would E 0 & B ::0

,; to be 10 feet wide and 2,000, feet have been afflicted with kidney like me to put It on." .. ,

l long. and bladder trouble for years, passing "What could one do with a man so Air Line
Railway
The American Life Insurance Company gravel or stones, with excruciating Incapable of caring for his own absolute -

of Tampa effected Its permanent pain," says A. II. Thames, a well neceeaIU..1'em.rk. Mrs, Orote
In her "Personal Life" of her husband. . FOR . .
known coal of Buffalo O. "I
operator ,
al organization at that city Tuesday
) rot relief from medicine until I began 'Had I been present. It le superfluousto
no
evening.The all these scruples would bare Camden Southern
Columbia
say Savannah
taking Foley's Kidney Cure then ,
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Daughters of the Confederacyof gone for nothing.; ,
Ocala will observe the birthday .anniversary the result was surprising. A few doses Pines Richmond Wash-

of President Jefferson Davis started' the brtck-dust-like substance TYew n. ".11&... Raleigh, ,

z.' Jane 3rd. and now I have no pain across my kidneys "Mrs. Ouscnley remarked to me thatIt .
and 1 feel like mew man. It has must be pleasant to be married to a ington Baltimore Phila-
rf In a drunken row at Cedar Key Ban- done me $1.000 worth of good. Foley's clever man" said Proud I.,'. wife.

f"ic day night two negroes were killed. Kidney Cure ',,111 cure every form of "And what did you laY!" queried delphia New York

p Their names are George Conners and kidney or bladder disease J. W. :MeCol Proudley. _
Ham Miles. I u in A Co.NEWS. "I told her. of course. that I didn't
Florida's team to attend the nation. know; that I had only been married Three Elegant Trains Daily.:

al shoot at Sea Girt, N. J., will be In TERSELY TOLD. once."

charge of Captain Masters of the St. Seaboard Florida Limited.
The Chinese chamber: of commerce: no.%*!.. !>...!..
Augustine Rifles. hy a unanimous rote ha decided to Judy-Will ye give me yet promise,
St. Augustine will hesitate for a time stand In line with the treaty. ports ot Denis that ).'11 love me forever Seaboard
before the city'undertakes to own the China In boycotting American merchandise Dennis..Sure, an' OI'd like to do that Express.

waterworks. The makes same. Judy, but Ol'm hardly of the
no
company In retaliation for the America
charge for fire plugs. nexclusloa treaty.On : opinion that OfQ last as long as thaL Seaboard Mail.MODERNPULLHAN
r New York Time. .
Fort Lauderdale claims to have the the public at .
square Marshal --- -- -
ii world ,beaten when It comes to railing Mo.. Charles O. Patterson former editor Stimulation Wlthput Irritation. I

tornat ... Florida has l lots of nice tomato of the Democrat-News shot and In case of stomach and liver troublethe -

fields this year probably fatally wounded B. D. Martin proper treatment is to stimulate EQUIPMENTThe

Paul Wilson, the colored fellow of ex-state senator. III feelings had these organs without IrrataiioK them. SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED is a solid vestibaled train, composed -
i existed between the men for some aids exclusively: of new Pullman equipment>iolug Oar. Double Drawing
Tampa, was found guilty of criminally Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup digestion
I Room Sleepers Stateroom and Observation Cars-operating between St. Ailftuitlne ';
time.( <<
assaulting a young mulatto girl He and stimulates the liver and bow. Jacksonville to New York via
arid Washington
M1' leaving St. Augustine
of the I'aul
Secretary Navy
Morton
fill get a life sentence. ale without Irritating these organs like 13ilO p. m. and Jacksouvllle 1'JOdally except: Suuda,..

)'...-..Urltl.., on the West Coast who will retire. from the prsldent'icabinet dills or ordinary cathartics. It does
I. about July 1, la reported to' not nauseate or gripe and Is mild and Only Line Operating
4- near Hi. Petersburg, to have a large have accepted the presidency of he

; hotel, to be built by a party of gentlemen Interborotisb Rapid Transit comp.ny,1 pleasant to take J. W. McCollum: Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New OrleansFor

j from Hartford, Ind. operating the elevated and subway Company.
.. . .
_ The Tampa ]Hay Hot?\ I, one of the lines In this city.A - -- -- ---- information and sleeper reservations call on any agent Seaboard or

' llnet, has been closed for the summer city ticket has been nominated LOW RATES writ A. o. MAcDONELL s. o. 80 LSTON. JB.,

after a very successful season, The In New York by the 8oc1aloDlocralaoheade Asst. General Passenger Agent Passenger Agent

Tampa Hay is une of the moat substantially dby Algernon Lee for mayor. Via Louisville: & Nashville JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA

built hotels In Florida, candidate from the . _
Th came westOUIA --- - -- -- -- --

The Kentucky House at UmatlUa years ago. The platform .dc. Railroad. IDetrsbltetaed. 1878
manic other things municipal!
among
was destroyed by fire May 30ih. John The following low round-trip rates

14. Ovri>n., owner, had the building Insured IIn..blLI of public utilities.That from Jacksonville to various points .D-crTTOJSr & Co.JEs

I Manager U. F. Iorey liait no Tired Feeling.If North and Writ will be In effect on .
insurance on furniture, Origin of tire dates shown. Proportionately) low rates
unknown. you are l"URUitltlpl"t'u"Jlnc"'h! ( '
from other point* : A
B J<
y eble l fur work It Indicate that your
Sim J"ek"iin, colored, pleaded guilty I.OU1AVILLK. KYRate tie 40., ac- .
liver U out of order. Hvrbine will a.Icist -
,{ at Hi Augustine( Wrdnrtday to the count United U"nftod..ral" V.tenue'lteunturi
4 intirdrr <>( III* wif at Kvavill: five n"turi.i to throw uff headache, June !'.' inclusive, with fl- Do a ream banktna-.inew, buy and Mil ForeUra and Dometla &.."u Ifa
i I rheumalienn and ailments akin to n"r- nal limit July 10 The ae MiaM of banka.banker corporation, farmer,marebanu and others
)ear* ago Ile wa committed to Jail r-elvrd oa favorable teriM. Special' tae,0itle to makm eoUeoUoo oaG.A.N"ES""VLT aJ
t without tail( 'iawnit tin November v.Hltlle.. and rt>,tur.* 1 1m energies and }>tltTl.\Nn.OREnON-ltah" $ sOHO a. ewtble. polatala tbe Oalted statea.

'..rlll"r tin circuit court. I I vitality of sound l IUd perfect health account L.-I.\! Clark Centennial Kair.Ticket .
I J .T Hubbaril. T.>mil., Texas, writes sold certain. d..... May :23 to
;'i W. J. Seers. county ..Jperintend.ritM .'I )hero u.e.l| llrbiit for the past two Sfl. 2K, with find limit PO day*. Lm": FLOR.Z: t:) .

of *ffi+wl.l in O.v>ola county, I.( '<>iii". i ) " --
Kk think of a lawyer, and |lit, wa ein- all the dooiors. It i i. the bst niedUryr LKS. CAL.-Kate $81.SO. Ticket sold. -
certain date to august 14 inclusive
"f',1110 : ,
loyrU by a. alo ; final return limti 0 'day* from
"
keep' a saloon at Ki..imiu..>. Now I Icy. o-.IJ 11 f W. M. Johncon. date of sale, not to exceed: our 30.DENVER. ; I

the |>*'uile| think lir i. rat the Irot..rlo"ulI : COLO.-Rate $42.M. account n J
tube at ilti. h.,1SIf the school. Troops to Enforce Sunday Law. International Epworth Leavue s

$t. lAiuU, June 1. Uovernor PolkU Convention. Tickets sold June 79 to

Mra. Shaw", to Marry a P..". . Richmond, Va Juiui" Although 8t. Louis county nest Sunday to August 6. 5IllWIIIDIJTTORCE.Because

e no uriual anooniic<'mnt ha. Jnt-n enforce the Sunday (closing_ against UUJo'FAI.O.Itat.* *t;! K>. account -
made It became known I that the mar saloons and barber shop, The plan: Is Annual )t.e'ICGre.d Lodge they are the best
rla,t> of Mr. Nannlo IauKharnt: Shaw fur four men to be Matloovd at each B. I' O K. Tickets sold July 8 to 10, I t in the land for the ?.
limit 2&. money !
Inclusive float July
and lord HoveUtok. i U to tae ritct4 place! rum midnight, Saturday to midnltht ; return IJ,

14 In the not . Ask yon dealer for the

elbow is a ulster ot Mr*. l'harll"l U.naUlbtK1ft openly in the county outside the city (account'!onventiou International, Ticketa }sold;""onh t.-U"I: p 5ww "Sunny Jim" Shoe and insist -
and of .
Mr
.
U-elnaU
Un..* Sunday, and no arrests were made.rrctlcKy limit
inclusive { final return August on getting it.
Uae them she la famed\ for her IXH>U- very saloon outside lAd 35.

ty.Vaea a girl she tuarrl Go Mi.w of IhMtoa. and a.ver&J! ytara frwl,. Ieabo4y Oulleg Summer C The
latev got a dnMee from him $ ehool Vanderbilt Bibltoal. Institute. s Florida
Cures Okt Sort Ticket sold certain dates Je.. 11 to

Acute Rheumatism. Westmoreland. Kane., May e. 1KB.Hallard July 4 1 final limit September SO. 1 Fruit and Truck Grower :
KNOXVILLK. TESN.-Rate ll. M.aceooat .
L. J. '
Deep tearing or wreathing pain, t"c. Snow LlnUnent Cue Your Summer School of the Sooth. BBCXBT. C41Ur aa4 Pr.. r,

casiooed by getting wet through, wove Snow Liniment cured an old sons oa Tie..... eoU certain date Jute IS 90.. > OCALA FLA. f x,

wh.n at rest, or oa first moving the the side of my ehia that was supposed July la. 1.I"eh.1 teal return limitSepteeaWr a, OM I'Nr. ._ .. . .ILM I

limbs and in eold or damp ",'weather I. to b* a cane.r. The sore was stubbornand 30.BRIIeTOL. . map c.iee. . _. .... ..... 10 1
cured qol !fcly by Ballard's- 8aow Lint.u would not yield to treatment. until TKXS.-Rat tle.1O. 1M- .
eoasit Aaaoal Me, .Uag Uertaaa Baptist Ke.-f. Jad.: .
k nt, Osrar 01...., Qlbeo City III., I tried Know Lialsn..'. whloh did Brethren. Ttetete sold May 2f to 31. s
writ", Feb 1.. UUh "A year ago I the work In short order. My ,sister la lnl.*. fl e alt rt.ni limit Jaa K>. Absolutely lb. .safest Uk and most erosions A handsomely. illustrated magtuin.d.votM .
was troubled with a pain la beck>> Mr. Sophia J. Oaraoo AHeasvllle. ) tea I p.0. oa market. All .peoc .s.Uy to flee iat.r.sq.t
my For fall laformaUoa, a.....alee and aiseo-IU to 30 storm power. Writ for 'u trait ad v.getabl. J
; It soon got so bad I eould act bend lima Co Pa., has a tore sad _Ie- rate to any point North aawJ W.., all prte.. lflorMs.A grow.rI or
d over. One bottle of Ballard's 8 a owUnlmeat trusts thai It is a .....r. Plea** tend o. or write OEO. E. 'IrlERBtKQjrior.kta GEO. special trial
eared M.." Bold%. by w, M.Johnson. ., her a IXV tattle Sold by VF% M. John, Paee.ar Af mt, L. A K. K. R.. W. MOVERS moaths will be sent sabeeriptloa oa at Q
sun. us Writ Bay St..JaekaonvUlt, Flu WMllTtnt, a JTUrVU seals. 8&.ampe &&Ua. receipt of a

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1 THE DAILY SUN: GAINESV a ILLE. FLORIDA JUNE 2,1905! ; . ;;

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FIRST STEPS IN CRDII, wife only divcHtverml the truth sometwehe i II I launched them on.tbe career of wrongdoing .

months later b>' the absence which bad brought them then- : Gainesville & Gulf Railway Company

from the iniMist| r's arm of a scar : London A us!went.On !.
TRIVIAL INCIDENTS WHICH LED T 0) which Martin had liorne.!

CAREERS OF INFAMY. Alice Grey the girl impostor who .... .f the .'artly. I Time Table in effect April 9, IMS.
= '-- ------ --
used! to iinike u !HvehbcXNl by accusing ":\0," remarked the !girl who likes to = --- - -

r n. Wa1J a.ate ,.Notorious Ingll.lLawbreaker. men of robbing\ her and inciting all thespeitittors. say original things "1 don't_ want people No e. I i I No I. "
Were Started ', the jwllce. the bar and people to treat me like one of the family Daily S'o. 4. No. 2. No. I. No 8 ThtIi
mod Downward I'alli on 1hHruod < in court to make subscriptions for When I go to A house' and the hostess Esc'. 'I flatly 1' Dally. I STATIONH. Dally. Da(1... &so phiSunday

That Tempted Jim the IVuuian.Pruscovltch -lllu. ;t Pier while by her false accusations Iniitfient says! -Now, come right in, and we 1 I. I I aliA t$

persons were branded an thieves<< won't make company of you; we'll I

;\ the fatuous det fotiii'. and cundemnotl to Jail. said that It treat you like one of the family' my t... A t'r.' P M'L-v' AM1; Ar.PMAr. I'MArPU I
was a accident
pure which launchedher soul revolts within
once dt'C.laroo.that. while It was \\ oiijilcrful on her horrible ; 4ne. 1 "b i 2 15 I t. . . . ,. . .........Falrfeld .. .... . ....... 120 610
x bow some of the famous <:riun. lost career. She really I "When I see tbe way most people 7 boS 231' I. ... . I . .. . . Irvine"...... ., . ....... . 1 07 eO0 .
nals lie captured Lad bttoiue her parse, one day/ at a railway treat their families I make up my mind 800: .245 ;1..1 i . .. ., Dunqsnan. . .. ...... ... .. 100 &MIS
umi station and burst into tears on discovering j, that Is the way I don't want to be R ( ,,2M I I. . . . : . . . utlu..de.. . . . ... .. . .12 66 660
mils, there were other! who UI'l't'UI'las her lo!'s. Alice: Grey was so pretty 1! treated for when I put on my best ij 10 ; 3 (mI, I . .. . ........ 111t'kral1n. . .......... .. .. . .12 flO 64f ?
js if they could ue er have lll 'u auj and sobbcM so nicely that u score of I clothes and go out to dine or sup I 81 8 10 . .... ........ Cake Rhuonton . .. ...... .;.124& 640 k
19 tiling else. The,first step In crime \\.i-j people \\ cI'e tit voce anxious to assist want to be treated like 'cumpauy.That's .* S 31) I' 3 so ; . . . '' . . INU'OP"! . . . . . . ... . 1280 631)' :z
tl 3ti 1340 . .. . .. . . Tacoma. . ......... . . 12K: ) 610: ,
made of the for. It'lI'
what
by persons first class' UU l.er lo her profound toiilshmcut she I RO so pleasant r
Ij 4:1: I 3 45 I . .. ... . 1:116: 61SloO /\ t
Jer the most various .ironmouncespuss -- iii"cotried her lows made up to her Or to hate every one! In the stranger'shouse 13M t I. . . . . ... Ulyatt. . . . . . . .. . 12 10 610
Ion, temptation, despair- but by mid o>er a :.iiu bj dllrltALI"llt'tl1': trying: to be agreeable, and no 9(13 I" 1b I..I, . . . .<'ahota. .. . . .1. . . .12tO 4M
tbe persons of the second class" through tors. one under heaven ever treats a stranger 9 n 4..0 I I. . . . . . . .. cky Polnt..I., . . . n 46 44)
The iiicldi'iit' r.1I.1.: :.'"It..l a tmuti easier quite as he treats a member of Lls 9 4SAr 6 011 I. . . i t I. . n 80 110li
what seemed sheer ciiuiUi.il lu"tiuvt. . . .Halntwvill.I . . . I .
way of via uaig a living than by domestic own family. I like everybody In the SSLv 6 40Lt! e b3 ,,1. r s M: 19 soAr 581)
Many of the moat notorious' uroiij-' ''''1'1.-t', and Alice they a fe \' days household from the old' grandmotherto 6 j. . . . . .Rellamy . . . ,
14; doers have, If their own 1U11"'s\uU'i\ 1lIc'l'11" weeping another the cooing baby to smile their prettiest : 1: (Ii) eM 7 05 . . . .........Cyrll. . . . . . R 40 880 160
l are to be relied on. Lt i-n tempted to tntion\ ;:rat on railway for me and to make an extra effort 12 20 7 03 7 12 ......... . .Orl1hana. . . . R 82 D 22 1 DC2
pl.itfoun the
b launch Into crime bj the most accidental >sersby IPkt"l.I \ 40 7 15Ar1 1 211 . .f'amp'1On Clt.y . . R 20 D 10 110
clrcninbtuiu. Jim canoe" sad were told that site had had to be agreeable The nest time I . . . .1 960 3060 . PalatkaM 8..t: !o'. . 560 p 600 a.. . . .
t h1't'II': her purse ouMtclietl fiom her baud by a go visiting' and the home 1111"t> . . . . . . 41 41yh
roan, tbe great forger,. \\IIOMfuigeiiei 111:111 whom whir sciibed. heresns are going to treat you like one of the : : : : : : R 8" .I.: 8'.r"j"( : .La.Otty: : (I.: 8: It::'.. (H Iff 4J" :: ::::: ,,

created a panic amuiij Loiulou bankers a hue anti cry talM-d at ouc-e, and ttu family,* I* am going! to say Tlease, . . . .i. . . . 8 10 Pi....T"'U..bl1.+..., 8. A. L. . 1 4R I', . . . . .. .. "
., for several jenrs! andho was!' at tall fort 7tnate wretch was found exactly please don't for pity's sake: treat iue . . . .Ill 05 III OJ ...""'sldata. tj. 8. A: F.. "ro l" 11:0 .., ....
; l IIIIMU'cling/ to Alice (Jrej's desorlptlou. I like company:."Philadelphia Uecord.The . .......1 SMa'lO' : a'' . . .MAt.'on.O.M.AJI'.1180 a12 4O a.. . .. Iv
courtsdone Almost Alice '1lh a' 7 ii6 ,....Atlanta C. ofCis.. ...... 1 60 a, 9 011 .. ... !
iiuthinkinKly Urey at-
tr'PMAr t'M't j" L.. A }, PM.. . . .
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he was condemned to petal' M-M Itmio lUSltl Ililll. Ikes In AI...... AMiAr IIL'f

for life said that the idea of furgtry "Uh. you haul hearted creature, to There la a curious theory among
uever occurred to him till it. was, vug-' roll a pour Innocent: girl of her hard prospectors and others In Alaska that Trains 3 and 4 rto not run between Oalo..nlllo and Fairfield oil //1L1nJ.-:' I

I, Rested by the chain trimuk of u eaiucd savings!" she sobbed. Tbe t In the mountains nod the Interior an L. E. BARKER, lleneralBupe ln'.n""nt. ;
casual atquaiutaucehutu W iut in man had not u ifftod character, and although animal exists which Is. neither a wild J. F. HILL Agent: J. 1>. WATKINtJ: Ul\nfl,1 Agent.

u Londou restaulantlieie lie \,":Iii he loudly protested bin, jutio- sheep nor a mountain gout. This U belleved -- -- -. -- . .. --- .. ..---..-- .---- .- . .- 4
:. itiKi.uiul nothing was found on him by dome to be a species(<< of Ibex,
The stranger clian..t>d to allude to a \lu connect him with the robbery be an animal which baa never yet been Take The Atlantic Coast LineFOR

forgery that hud rout coininlitrd uad wns haled uway, and Alice lirey found l Identified In North America. It Is t

1 remarked how clever a pcnmnn limit that .sho hud gone HO far that obe .-otil'lha thought tit be possible that this animal
ALL EARTHLY POINTS
be to be able to imitate u signature,. t-o i'iby now draw back._ When the may turn out to be no more than
closely that a Mll.il bank clerk could man was tried and found guilty and the descendant of domestic goats which VIII \'Ia Vta VIA

/ not distinguish the forgery": fiom the condemned to four mouths' Imprisonment have I long since reverted to the wild NONii tNl'Ollt E t Duvont S SOit th P. A O. ) t DwPGDt. or N,
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r 0' as 0' S..p es lao' .11I. 1104
real one.. Jim thought it would Ineasy u collection was made lu court state. On the other hand there Is no Ja"II.'nW. J."II.II'W. LID. NOD'.Ollle" l
and pin, Ink and |paper wore for ..11tcetrey, and the whole thing sound reason why wild Ibex should not

brought for him to try his hand ut '1111 hi so well" that she became from be found In the heart of Alaska, scientists Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Service
Imitating the miner's siguaUtrP. 1'b. that time a professional accuser of uu- aay. Asia and North Amt'rlclart
result wan soondeiful that the fortunate people. here very near tOlft'tll'r.Kt.." ago they Time Table in wdecl April 18. 1906.

stranger remarked: The first step In crime In tbe case were probably united, and as Ibex: are Depart. For . GAINESVILLE _. Arrive Prom
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"\: ou posses a tlaingcroiH gift: sir. of (ioiidle. the Liverpool bank clerk found In Asia It ia quite within the -- - '- -'--- - -- Ciin------- ---
. A man might bo tempted. l with it to do who robbed his bank of something like bounds of possibility: that they also exist -.e..( 'p m Jllllh Spring.<< .; \ 8180; a m '

much at a piixh" .u jOtI..n.. was manipulating" the !lo Alaska. I Lnily mediate Pointy Dally ,
b
Till that moment Jim the Penman 'I books so as to hide his taking UO to
alb Orals Leesburg and aDd 81to,
12 pin Tampa, II m $
then James Sanard. tho barrister/ Cured of Disease. a
back t a horse that was the young fool Bright' Daily Intermediate Points nail .
,
desperately In want of money-declared thought, "bound to win. From the Oeo. A. Sherman Lisbon Ked Mills.) '

he had never thought of forgeryas winnings he would replace: the "!.wr- Lawrence county, :K Y. writes "I 2 :oop m Palatka. Jaokaonyllle, 1:85 p m t M
a meant of livelihood. The words rowed money" while retaining! a handsome Daily North, East and West Dally '
bad kidney diea for and
rang in his ears as a revelation of how sum himself. The hoise of course many years
"a be might pain thousand'' He became lost, ,but the defalcation remained un- bad been treated by physicians for 12:06rm High :'prings' W.JcroM,8aunDah. Brunswick. 1116pmUal1 +

the clexeiest furiier. of modern t huf'". discovered and (joudle was temptedto twelve years ; had taken a well known l Albany, A&laata. all Points. . ,North. Last. West Daily
.
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all\ -
. coiner -- -
A man d ten not he'olale a repeat It for a larger amount. 'n,. kidney medicine and other remedies .

1 at once. It le-nilres long, laborious and result.-four .t'ars' pnal servitude.Itobson that were recommended but. got no relief 811 pm 8166amDal
S 1 constant practice\ to aciulro the proficiency t Rochelle! )ileanupy and Curs. I iy
who defrauded the Crystal until.I began using .'ult" Kidney DaUI y '
; to turn out base money which 1'alace company of L27,0tJ0. took'"waU a Care. The flrsf half bottle relieved . .
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" will' pass 1111t1f't..tt..1 from hand to amount at first for a stock exchange me and four bottle have cured me of ;;; ; 1-7 I
band. nut the innct rnsitnl chance ban gamble. He lost and went on. 8 a I20 Rh R--
this terrible diieave. Before I began \--I- 1fI BpNng.I
led men to adopt coining ax. a means IxH>i>old Kedpath who lu 1&'t111... Daily '
.
taking Folt, Kidney Cure I had to .:, :: et, Sunday
of on their fellows I servitude for life
preying sentenced
to penal make water about fifteen mln .. -
I every .;;. '_ _'_ ___ _==,
Woodstock, the olncr.. sample of I for defrauding the threat Nortb4'MIItall" ut...., day and night, and passed a
In..rcbaDI.abl. Mileage Tlt>ke'., Rood our 11.000 mUr of among the prta i
whose man,'JOl1 II work tire to !I..> neenIn ,. of close ::HV brick-duit substance and sometimes j
upon a
company ,
ups ) ",11..,. III the Soa&hem Htates. are 00 pale by the principal a..n. ,
the Black intixpiim at ('othln.101'11.. out, df't'lal't'ttb.t the first forgeryhe slimy abslance. I believe I would Through Pullman sleeper Port Tampa to New York, 'fla Atlaatle Coast
was as a young fellow, a tailor's as committed was to obtain money to have died If I had not taken Fol.,'. Line via Atlantic Coast Line and bouthsrn naU.a,.
sistant. One Saturday afternoon hft assist' some poor eople<< In great dis Kidney Gore. J, W "hCollum A Co For complete Information call on

was In a public house In the south of tress. .. . ___ .. ._.h' J. A. GOODWIN. Ticket A .nt. O lne.vllle. }
London with the girl to whom be was The statenient might be regardedwith AddrassrFRANK

engaged. lpon her leaving! n stranger a good deal of suspicion If his E. H. WATERS, O. BOYL8TON P1.! JO... Agt., W. D. 8TARK. Tray. r.... AC*.
remarked to Woodstock how pretty career did not disclose the tact that IBS W. Bay *t. Astor linlldlng. Jacksonville, l5a.. >
she 'was and jokingly nskeil vihen the while Redpath was committing: the PRACTICAL. II. M. ENLR8ON.rat. ".r., W. J ORAIU, 0.". Pas. .tll", .
wedding was' to 1>4>. Woo.tm'k lamented most crafty and calculated frauds be Wilralntton. N. C. Wilmington O. i

that there was not much chance was at the same time scattering the .. .. .---- -.. .. ,---_.. ---,- -. .- . . .. W --. ...---.... .
of thajyiappenlng!! for a long! time Ilk money he obtained among various PAPER HANGERHouse
meag4HBPtM* forbade the hojw." The 1'1111I'111..ud privately assisting scores SOUTHERN RAILWAY.

stranger was I>r ker, a coiner and be of people In distressed, circumstances. Painting

hinted that if 'OOtIMtOl'k--Jludl n nice When he was sentenced at the central effective April 10, 1905.

faced, respectable looking young fellow criminal court there were persons In and Decorating. --.- = .;-."-= - -- --.-". ..

-was ]ioor It was his own fault court who burst Into wa.... They were Brewai II.... Center Malftesrlllc Fla. R Yntlbaie Tralna Ea.t N.. .4 ,.. to ort" sad W..t. ,.. laLi
Draker had heaps of bad money he |people whom be had befriended. - -. -. - -..-.- .-.-----
wanted paMf' ed and after a niggle with himself great turf fraud. and of numberless" Full line of PalDl sod Wall Paper I.4' Je.up Ht). H, 1164e 1040p 14' J..uP. n.. . . . .Ho. Icy. 10 BOp
,, consented to take some of the! coins. other swindles; the Bldwella" the great In stock ai lowest prlees to the trade. Lv Ss.an"ah Nat ItI I Wp 1216. Ar Mason n. .Ho. fly... 800.ArVolumbla hot
Mo.n, 8MI' 6(11. AA&lea.Oa, . Mu. Ity. 6 2Oa
He found them so defe<'tlve, however! forgers, and Lefroy. the murderer of - -- .-, ----- -- - --- Charlotte No. Ry 10 (lip 8M. Ar atom.. Ua. . .&. Icy. 180.. +&
that they were difficult to pass'!, and hecriticised Mr. Cold on tbe llrtghton line, are THE SUN AI' (Jr..n.boro, No. Ry 126da: 125Ip' A' Us1em.. caa .1k U,. 1 =.
" I>r8kf'r'" work so severely tjrpes of criminals who seem to have ArO.n.III. . . .H.r.t, 2(6. 2 lOp Ar(3hatlannagstT.na .Mu. hi. lI"'a
that Draker Invited him to ",- If he been such by some queer moral perversity Ar JU.hmn'ld Mo. "1 tl ban IS t2p Ar f.maington' Jay . . . AI O. 6 :20pAr
could do better himself" and he would{ born In tbem. In each of thru ... Arlinelnnntl.k(1.. 740pAtChsrlottnlll. ,
JOB PRINTING Lynshlaurg. J'.J 4 17 a 44p1p;
teach him all\ he knew. Wood.to< k there HA a gradual development of Ho.PU. Ry 4r's "lOp .v . . .IIour, tip

easily surpassed his master He had a the terrible", "criminal Instinct" show DEPARTMENTMakes Ar W..blnlCton.., 8... Ity 94.5s I fOp A'.C.IU''ODa\t.. 1\' Hip!, !our .!)OAr .
wonderful gift for delicate mannal lug Itself! In their earliest minglingwith n.Jtlmo., P. R. It. I 1I8I) 11 2Ap L. Cnelll"a"l, 0, .l'.la.. ii M'p
work and n brain to discover new others--in the .d"..,. and play Ar W. Ph'dI'la )'.11 .,. 1411p 2861: , I. . . Pa line. 7IM r

methods. Ills "den." when be was" at ground tu their. very first companionhl a Specialty of All Kinds Ar N... Yor" J', U. IL 13p <6< JAI L" t Jo..o..uO, ,0. U At O. It t6p. "

last run down by Inspector Tot. was | No one ran point to any par. Ar Ohl...". III(I ... "onnn 7 Z'15Dreal'
of Plain and ao. U- (.w. York and YC'Jfld. ta. -
found fitted with all the latest scientific : titular event In their live as the first Fancy fsll Pullman Inwing, Roomy t 'ln.Tneath.. j- .v."I-r-r-- 8 46p

ma<'hlne* that could be applied to lniro>lti
connterfeit coining.In -. Innate and showed Itself In the viii. to New York, Ar U.roll, ....h. __I'. U. tNo 2is
the famous case of Martin GuerreT' I..m-t tri.'kery In rblMisb Inter CommercialJob It-"Wa.hluton and florida (;'OI..la..d\(), . I'a (sots "MPLlmltf'd. 6'

T'. the launching on a criminal course ws cour .- ." Dally I'uilln.n "r.'nlC' A' 1'1''barlW.J..a. Ps .ID.. IM '
: the result of an extraordinary" HUM-* It bJ* been noticed that the moat no Room t1..pl..IC Car J..lltonlII. &.u [flj..h..a&l. 0. . ftt;'Vour O81 P

aDd a sudden resolve Martin Onerre toriousr,ctiinals In various .iJerrs of New York. A' 01........,.O.:.. lug Year 0 46n
'was a soldier and was mortally wounded rrlme arc recruited from the ranks of Printing ..,...'-' p - )L.1az ntae, <<,.;;" ,110'U-i $tip "'

In a skirmish In the north of France persons ... jir...i In special orcapailoosst T>rr+ngb 'T1te [sad .1 the Kia," fah 10 A' Loolvllle, ieI' ,.. RJ'.. f. lOp '
I Among his ('Omradwa.. a man remarkably prjfe-s.its. Tbe kwk smith, ..r.- . .For. . A' 14\. Lasl.. Mi, . Mo .C,. 87.
L. JaekIOD.III. I'la, .Ho. Ry 1b5p -- ---
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him and with whom"Otterr tredes have A..toa. -ILv
like Ala
ana cag.enlertnrr y 4UsAr
waking 0 icy
$.vaaaab 0, . Mo. ItJ'' 121k '
bad contracted a great friend supplied the tricot a-ccwsDrlisbed bus Business Men Colnmt-. C 1'0. icy 6t1Oa Ar Blrmle= ..m. Ala, 'a,"""_, RJ" I' 46sArMh.vllblli
ship. The two n_ to b* always together cUrs. etitfmvlng has been re* .a ibte I 0 Mfa Ity I t.oOp AfD..mphl. T..... . blew ," ...u.51A
the Jek. of their bank note NO: : A l Kauai. Clt', $10. . .Frte.M 0.0.A' .
and enjoyed for matt oC lire great mans Professional Men Hot $prlsg. SoR 7 2 fop *'
strange reembUn.e. 0","".'* doable r..C"tUf'U, 1,.e 11sj+t reiebraied forger X OnUa.. T....,. Ho.147' lOp Jal..p..... ens.rk . t1 PAr fS
waa with him mb.n be was dying, and bste
Gnerre with hi. Sat breath brrcmlhi awl the IP i >:<""l xil cnnnlerrra hate Manufactories Etc A' Ht. LooI., ,No. R.r 454p Jlo. 111-'''''. "lLWid. li.A'Oin..u. ; :'
comrade to carry so. n- little trinkets generally Lid .<1WfIrnl lral.,.... .... .(1. II O. f Ik DaU,. oIJd vatibels state through
be had to hts wife at home. Tb.* Legal Blanks on Short Notice day MMh.. aDd PulimaD 141eeplak' \'
to fnl Hat t- d....tC_ tHl.1 y.ii...n.r M .1 2(0. ao-o.lI Pallmaa Arawbx 0,,. JullOo.lI1. So Cla.lau'
doable assented and proceeded Wh4 be ar- man s....w..t.-t to mrrytac the Vme- Room sad U_ '.' "...,IDI: C., be,.... .. 1 -P.lhmaa Drawing Room
fin bin proc he faltbfnllv. TK following Utter from of Jaekaoerllla sad Claelnasli.'
one
aid rarely does oar 81..p1s Oar beInes. J..i"nU",
miMU beaoed den of eb4t MTTet _. .... .... .,
rtttNl at trot village! on. Lls Ue do Baorr UMU r..mfcee the ,...t.ac. oLis : nail order ...'ome.. .. .elf'.xplaaatorv - - Bkmlagbm U.mpbb and Kseaas ;,
) that GIH'n't"Jr.. had daring knnledgw UM bat : x Lu.ikat ma'' f Oar IMn...... City.
staid '
r bmba&d'a at enc* In the war c* o 2. ev'eurtr a LovUvlUe, Ky.. F.b.2':, Jtaa.B. -. - --
.
*. ..m. Utll property tbr.np the rrtoM wUK+i weed.. U.'iw to lb. gallowe. H. lice,..,.y. ARRIVALS
AT JACK8/JNV1LLK.
.. 1(1 _i:.. aw w.....I as lo rrrvtew" of- GalaeevtIU. FJa.D . ,
.eutJa
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tfc of Ovt'nP'a rrUttea.. lot If hrgan b* bait UYf'<1. fu-. Ami MO .me knows bow eta .*r Mrt K-*...... th* >rlotUgmatMr from New York, WatKlnctMi, eU-No. 29, Wahlogtoa and Ft'rlda Lli>*

,tb vBUrra anw him they* tWo awls A ) first+u step.bajvtiia was In ufu.one. *t oar Urge U .. ..r1..u U dee, satUfMtory.time. sad will I 114 ay thai the lied/9iOUa.b'IatA New m-York. Washington. etNo.. U. MVTa.hlagU>B and Flida Zf s1rpre.

t t. excjalm. "Here's Martin: yrts ........ so mask. Many thaak for ...** 7 r4o p rn*
. arrived. at the t i-*.*l. t rata ;.+.UM1It. sate rets From' Oavemaatl' ..aa.II1Ar.|| .t _No. 39 Washington Lad Florid I4m
rB, t,* tim be your frwofpt at>.ntloo I. JBlliac .,..,. .
age 4to. b.. bad)t .V<4dJ to titer Msr- eurhd nw tl. at I* was a{<(MiUe4 try T.." tm*. F ltd f afO.. a. ,
prsvt.. prwvldfl the!' dead'' oun's ,,,,- e.atlattal trout .f the cv iateato )tan, M. O C v Tirr... I From Cbtoago Clnclanatl. .,..........-No. 14. 'V1a. LJnIl.d;M0(>5 a. m.
I. that **** *: Nrya.r ever
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R TIIE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA JUNE X, 190F. '
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11 : Mia L*. Reed, a charming young TO REMOTE: DEATH OF W. R. ANDERSON.A 2 :
NEWS OF CITY AND I I ;,
lady of Board man, was shopping In WILSON' S.
FRECKLES AID PIMPLE i
this city yesterday. Noble, Christian Young Man Passes

COUNTY CONDENSED HOB. Henry's. Chubb bat returned In '10 days, use Away After Tedious Illness.

from a brief but pleasant vliit to hi* One of the saddest deaths occurringIn

family at Winter Park. . .SATI.MOLA. this ally for some time was that of

7.. r Matters of General Interest Gathered Wanted Man William Riley Anderson a young man .Olr. Values
to work la 'abstract The Beautifier Big' ,
by Oar Reporter office ; most be steady, sober and have Conptexlon.. of excellent character who pasted

some knowledge of abstract "ot'; stenographer away at 5 o'clock Thursday afternoon

preferred.' J. L. Jones, Arcadia after a lingering illness with typhoid In all
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS Fla.Juntas .
fever of about three weeks
Sander ion of Tampa 1 I. In the r.f. It may be said without fear of contradiction .
4 What Hat Happened and What la Going city having been summoned on ae- ," '" that Mr.Ander was individually DRY GOODSKeeps '

to Happen Told In Short ParagraphsSo aunt of the serious tiles of his mother the most popular young man

; Friend of Mrs Sanderson will regret be taken oniversally Us Busy. \ '
That "He Who Runs May Read" in the city. This may not ,
al ; to learn that her condition Is unmproved. ,bot among the circle of friends
It In The Sun.
who have cherished his acquaintanceand 9
Try Williams' I Ice cream. Some of the finest strawberries seen t. friendship since his residence in

Room to rent, 303 North avenue here this season were brought to the 1st this eh,. His acquaintance was not Big Assortments of

4 Old newspapers for sale at The. San city yesterday, They were grown by extended, because he was a man who

7, office, tfLadles'calling T. J. Schofield on the farm of W. W. attended tt his own affairs, rather reserved Embroideries Laces

d cards in latest styles A "ra. The fruit was unusually large but excellent indisposition, a ,

) r at Ban office. and handsome, and was admired by all kind friend, a generous-hearted com
aid all 'WashGoods.
Choice ripe tomatoes 25c a basket at who saw them. panion and a man devoted to hi. wife

y the Cash Grocery. Friends of J., R. Flewellen, who ba.been and hi. baby. Even those who were

s' Small cncnmbers for pickling at quite sick for some time, reporthis SATINOLA b a new dlMovery.guaranteed not Intimately I associated with him .
Saunders A Earle's. condition eaiy. He was enabled to and money refunded U It fatln to remove the could not but admire him for his manly
a wont oaae of "rdeft.! Pimple. Tan Sallow.
) For sale-Fine young cow and calf sleep well Thursday night, and his Dewi. Liver Spoor Hlaokhead or any skin Christian character and charitable i

w at Andrew.' Dairy, dtf greatest drawback now Is lack of appe eruption la *> days. I> TO. the akin clear deed., which he always performed with

J. M. Manning has returned from a tite. The physicians think he wouldbe soft, healthy, and rell".re.be be.U01 modesty. Mrs. R.

T business trip to Palatta.Blmonlon' out In a short time If he could take youth Satlnola.Mhw 'Tboq. ad. entity \0be nierlta of Deceased was born near Slaughterville Wilson

Wonderful Salve for sale sufficient food. Alice Urette write Thlbodeaus. La.. Oa., June 12. 1818. consequently

w by J. W. MeCollum A Co. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Hlghimith and Oct. Ib. '0/.-"For four year my lace was was twenty-seven years of age. Eight'
f completely covered with freckle and plmplea. years ago married Miss Sarah Saion T. F. THOMAS
Mrs Zetrooer of Rochelle was shopping son, Wade, Jacksonville arrived' In
AU remedies failed until l1 used two paobajreaof
lie has been in Florida about five
In the city yesterday. the city yesterday. t Mr. Highsmith atlnola. which completely removed the r
tp Sweet draws and vines for and son proceeded to the former's old freeklea and pintple. Mr completion I in now years, three of which he has spent in
ale. J. II.potato Bone, 'phone 19. home Dear Levy viHe for a visit to relatives perfect, and hope every ludy baying freckles this city as agent of the Peninsula Industrial UMDEDTAKI A InQ ((0.
or plmplea will try Satlnolit.** Prloe Wo and Insurance Company He''is \
while Mrs.
1 Ulghsmlth remained
F. L. Steele of Ocala in the city, a 1
'1.00. by.leading1 druggist or mall. .
survived by wife and infaut
a daughter
here the of her sisterMrs.
as guest .
of Mr. and Mrs. 8. II. Hall. '
guest
RATIONAL TOILET ( O., Paris Tenn.
W. W Colson. only six months of age,a father and
1rf J. J, Barr of Mlcanopy was transacting Sold In Gainesville by J. S. Bod 1 ford mother, Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Anderson FULL LINE OF
v/ business In this city yesterday The first peaches of the season were 4 Co., J. W. McColluni A Co.. \V. )1. brothers
< and two H. W, and J. L. An
on the market yesterday, E. A. O'Neill, Johnson and all leading druggists. NEW GOODS.
I'rof. Tom F. MoBeath has returned derson of SlaughtervIIe| all of whomare
the grocer, having received several ... .. .
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from business to South Florida.D. In --
a trip the city. A sad feature of the
crates. It Is needless to add tb.t'tbeJ ..
Remember the Gainesville & Golf Agents tor.
M..Crown of Rocky Point was death is the fact that the wife of the
ft went like the proverbial hot cake, Mr has.round trip rates to White Springson Tombstones
among the visitors to Gainesville yes deceased is very ill and has been considered Monuments,
O'Neill selling them as fast he could
as
Sundays at only $1. Train leaves
terday. in a serious condition for several and Iron Fences.See .
open the orates and make the display Gainesville at 0:30. m., returning at The
little child
days. taken
was
R. P. Cato a prominent young man They brought good prices. 9:30 and whole Our Samples .
p. m., affording a day the home of
to Rev B. B. Rogers East
'
of Santa Fe In the
i was trading city W. W, Stripling. of Ocala, the clever at this favorite resort. Cheaper than Gainesville, and after the death of the

yesterday. traveling representative of the O. B. hiring a buggy, and passengers are enabled husband and father Mrs. Anderson Personal attention to all matter la
was
r W. A.l'ortfl. a progressive farmerof Van Daman Company, wholesale grocers to spend a day on the banks of removed to the Rogers home, where this.. line. Mall and telegraph enters

the Rochelle district was trading Jacksonville, was In the city yes the famous old Buwanee river tf. she is now being cared for in the best promptly attended to.<<

r In the city yesterday terday, Few traveling men In the Ollie Jacobie was one of the class of possible manner.

) .' We will stop the leak In your roof or State are more popular have more seven graduates at East: Florida Semi Deceased was a member of the Baptist Gainesville Florida

It will cost you nothing. Hternberger friends than Mr. Stripling who has --- ___
A Phillips, the Paint Store nary last week who received diploma church, and at the time of his -a
been for years In this territory. Ollle was prevented from making his death was a a'deacon was treasurer of
ij W.Dted-A good gentle buggy hone the business visitors valedictory address by being' called the CONTINENTAL'
t for city driving, for his board. Address Among< to this church and secretary of the Sabbath THE

Look Box 24, Oalnesvlde, Fla. tfBysrs city yesterday was I.. O. MeOlennny of home on Important business a few days school. He was an unassuming ,

Douglass has accepted a position Cadillac, a member of the firm of C.B. before commencement much to the I bat earnest worker, and his influence CAFE-BESTAURANT.

MsGlenney, Sons A Oo, extensive regret" of his friends. He has the stuff was largely felt.
, as night operator at the exchange
t of the East Florida Telephone Com crosstle contractors. Mr. McCIeaney In him of which successful men are :The funeral services will be held

r'Y) Is not only a thorough business man made and we predict' that he will make from the Baptist church this afternoon

pany. but a clever, big-hearted' Jounl.llowwho hla mark. He has accepted position at 3:30 o'clock Rev 8. B. Rogers
Atlantic Coast [Line will on Monday, with the Baird Hardware
makes everybody around him feel) Company atGainesville. officiating. Deceased being memberof
June tith..ll tickets to Tampa and return thankful for Ills firm Is .-Levy Times-Democrat. the of
; for $J M. Ticket good tit return living. enjoying Knights Pythias, Center
t4 JuneK.Do a fine business. --- ---- Lodge No. 11, I. 0 O. F and WashIngton .

F It now, Tell your grocer that I'. M. Oliver has returned to this Camp No. 8, P. O. B. of A., the

you iniut hUll Blue Ribbon lemon and oily, after several week. spent with pall-bearers have been selected from

vanilla extract. Takes lei*. Flavors his son, Alex Oliver In DeLand. Mr, NEW YORK these orders. At the cemetery the

perfectly. Oliver, who was. formerly with (i. \\*. ceremonies will be conducted by the

r Mr. and Mrs. R II. Holileen and Bartleson .\ Co., wholesale giwcers, Odd Fellows.

Mln Amanda 11111 of Manta Fe were Jacksonville\ In the capacity of salesman The pallbearers are W. O. )Morris .

recently purchased a large L. W LeQrande, David EdrUtein, J.
grocery
among those who favored (Isinesvlllewith RACKET. (Fin* corner South of I'oiiotnee).
business lu De Land, and friends F Bunch, F. II. s..n.nd J.II. Mai '
a visit yesterday.W 0,.. Mrlj .*.. UU. Drip ('.....
will be ,glad to learn that he Is prospering phurs. These gentlemen are requestedto Wottra :fells.
tV.'v.lieigerof the' station the
by there While his father I. wet 1 meet at the undertaking parlors of
? same name wai In the city on business Robert _. .
MeClellan at 3tlA -
pleased with DeLand he says there'sn sharp "
Q yesterday He called and renewed
place like Ualnesvllle. Ills son I Isaniious EE
u. his subscription to The dun CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTHCORSETS. Lodge Notices.
have him and ;
to return reside S MITH'S
J. I K. Testier of L __---- _____ MOUNTS
3 Knotted was a visitor permanently, bat he Is yet undecided := The members of Center Lodge NoIt. .
WELLAll.
to thoeity' yesterday. Mr. FeaiterI Frailer Sheppard of Ualnesvlllr\ who I. O. 0, P., are requested to meet'
,; I I. enRSKfxl In the Melting bulnes atAlschua the lodge room tnd..t three o'clock
has been building a barn for the Civ-
and h*. made quite a success : p. m. to attend the funeral of Brother
art Cattle Company on their ranch on the old standards] and
Thomsi ll.."k, a truckerof Mloanopy, In Ms \V R. Anderson.J. .
J.onlll'ond. was town Friday on the choice3t
was transacting ttiulnr In this city way home. %Ir. Sheppard had the - W. BttxniMt, N. O. of the new ones-

4 yesterday Mr! Heck; states that crops misfortune to get his left hand mashed J. (1. TOKMBT, Sec. as issued.
We will continue the "W. B." CUR.
In Itii .re 11 on ate looking well
: fairly of timber which
by a pieta Ino.p.aitated Ask
but ruin is itefdndW SET: SA I.o:. This is one of the best The members of Mount Vernon to see them, as they
him fur work Mr.( Sheppard resides
dollar Corsets on the market, and we Lodge No. 20 are requested to cannot be displayed to advantage
meet at ; l
V, }B l lllKiMal agent of th. In West Oatnesville, and he I is ,
will kell them all the week at 60*. the lodge room over Dutton's bank at in a case. (
!Mutual l.lfv Iimiiranee ,
I'ompany of one of those" who have been made unwilling I
r New York liai BJOII to KU.imine* another d residents of the city by tho en.largemeot Don't fall to get one. three o'clock for the purpose of paying .

point, in Houlh .Florida. lit the intrreiln of the Incorporate limits b, a last tribute of respect to deceasedbrother Fine Fadeless '
W. R. Anderson Fotografs "
of his company. act of the Legislature, He objectedto ,

ill Friend of l'rur..4 J. Ko.krttv.lltb. living\ 'ID town but has been .. J. A.. I'ntraa C. C. From Locket to Life Sise.

glad 1 ti> learn that he (I. out attain after \ in Doles volens.-Levy Times-Demo dHandkerchisfs Every member" of Washington Camp SMITH'S STUDIO.

having \been tvttilliird to hi. bed fur'f'.ral east No. 8, P. 0. S. of A., is hereby notified .
. - --
I . -- -
-- -
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+}a week suffering' from the .effect -- -- -- attend a called meeting of for

of hating an ey r..mo.I I READ THIS"Ihtttar at Half-Pries. be held at 3 o'clock this ( Friday campto ) Some Men leave

II .\ Ford and "family have removed -- afternoon for the purpose of attending .

Into the Maarthur house, Fat: Church f AtA July 13. 100. Twenty darn Ladios Handkerchiefs the. funeral of our lat. brother and An Estate (for the WidowTo

siren Mr. ami Mr. IVrcivat who l Ur V.:. W. Hall. :+1. Louis, Mo.-Dear -a job lot bought at a .urlliee-worth He.tar"V.. R Anderson, A prompt

t wr. reiidiug in this hoot, have taken SirVe have bn selling your Teas* lOa each ; we will put In bundles of e and full attendance Is expected. Bye invest and lo.e! or as a tempta f
up their at>od. In the llollowayhome Wonder, Hall's Great Discovery, for order .'. Paatforr Brttocs Pr... lion to speculator" How mach
and Sell the six for S>ao. This is tb better
to leave'
4 Est Seminary street.II two yrsrs and recommend It to anyone C. A. It tasun, Sec. her

O. Cato of Alachua former lax I suffering with any kidney trouble as biggest bargain yet. $500 ,

collector and Ilttt of the most prominent ( being th. best remedy we ever cal Id. -_ Mr. and Mrs. .'. H. Clyatt and son, or $1,000 a Year Income

p ettlsens of his section, war in the I Yours truly, J, R, 1 oc''o. Grady, of Glyatt wr In th. city yes. for Life, or for 20 or 30 Years?

oily yesterday Mr. Cato was q for several weeks Friends will boo glad| : A TEXAS WONDER. negro.Henry Whit and A. Oal..", \Te will Mod you some InUrvetlag

to learn that h* la the offle perma-
and
,' Ml... Qulney ant Haul F.usMiih: der, Oreat Disoovery. eurea all express postoffle and Deal yearly 'oeoaae for anyone for
H Mrs. R. )l. Chamberlain and Mis| ; kidney and bladder 'troobl. remove* stealing a Jog of whiskey, were ar. whom yoa are to provide.

w' Jenkins or Tacoma ; gravel cur* diabet**. eeniaal eat!ie Tea dosen Shirts. -.U at... and col.or raigaed before th* United States Com
Emma
thou who favored Ualnsvill were, with anion a gvioasweaksad,, lam backs, rhenma- *maay of them worth 101'I' ?*s and mieaiooerai I leered, bat Whit Ocala wa GaJny hld was nnder re. W. L WLL ft W. B. B iHIfvwc

visit ,",,"'a,. They cam to wtin.s p4 firm aad all irregular!tie' of th. kU- $1 I, will be pot oa table* Mo4ay aa4 MOO bond to await the action of the a *I lge.ts n. JlUT11.1L

the ball gam between Gainesville and refs and bladder la boll men ant you can take your ehoi.e. at 44.. United tJs grand Jnry. Having u. ..... C*.ttl few lert,
women, regulate bladder trouble la This la the greatest Stirt lisle w Shave tail*-! to e*ets re hosd.l. .U in tail I.i ttAI5ESTlLLg. i t
Mlcaaopy. s FLOXIDA
Ocala. This will
prove a right
children. If not sold by your drogjrtet, ever given. costly
troth for Whit. ----- -
Engineer(tieorg Lyonrof tb Atlanta ; -----
will be snt by mall oa relpt of II.On Com early and '.Ppl"o.r .**.s.. ._ --
Coast Liae, who has for the past -
AT ST.
small burl naaathe .
la two treatment taed-.Orden for Veto aUIUSTIHE.
two years been running' between lllgn Talking
,,c and seldom falla to p.rfa Uaeala
.' a -- and rvooras. a.'an
well-de- orders
aad Cites Is taking a
f Springs are. l>r. Krnet W. Hall,solo Inaa.. flv. dollar. delivered La,... soot 1 fanlakd
as> rooms
.erred ,..,. Mr. Lyoaa ia said to b* free, 01dresoeds at Oe.a
6lk IM'G"'. I>. 0, box A3*, 8*. t ta.. Mo PHIFER BROS. and ........... etelaagd. View Holel. Free ba&J& Lght bOQM.piac -
of u.. woe' competent engineers I 1IQ.ropoI1&&a ...
on S.-S for '""IDOla..... Sold by all TalUaa )1M..... Co. Pridwceoa. &a. .
1c 'in |h, Mspioy! of Lb. system.r draggisM. Ptdfer Ooraer.UalaasdDs Fte. I If taavllle. F... Jaoi t'e.k..aah fDeaa. XMJe eaiby b4 Nr

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