Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/00621
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 9, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00621
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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2 eighty miles from the bon buoy off from the address lo the king It I I.

EOSSANS bROOSEVELT'S_. _ ,.- the, entrance to Woo Sung by the OSCAR NO lONGER' expected: that the strothtng will Issue COMMITTEE GIVEN
Rneelaa transport Rlon, boarding a proclamation to the Norwegian pro- i
party, after the paper ware examined ;' pie regarding; the dethronement of the
ACTOf removed h.r hatches and threw KING OF NORWAY monarch. PLENARY POWERSLooks

overboard 411 -bag of baaa. 115 bales

\ of cotton and 11 boxes of antimony.The Telegram( From the King.

,Refusing to Allow Warships Russians left again suddenly Storthing Declares Union of Stockholm. Sweden. June 8.-King Now Like Settlement of
stating that the steamer was released.It Oscar has sent a telegram to Premier
To Remain At Manila. 1* supposed .that they received a Countries Dissolved. iilchaelson aa follow: Strike la In Sight.

wireless message regarding tbe approach "lift* received tbe communication


Record the roost decided protest -- _. .
"' ....I.n Press Declares That Th.lr LONDON RECEIVES YOUNG KINO. Dcotarca Action la UncaUsd For and against the method and action of the Commltte From Strikers Will Mast
Country la Now Helpleaa and Powrl Spain's Ruler Enjoying the Hospitality Desire a Decided J Protest Made Employers and Try to Bring About

*.., and of Course Their. Ships of Englishmen. Norwegians Th.r. I. No FeelIng FOUR DOLLARS A SQUARE INCH Pac.-Outcome of Meeting Will &.

Must B* Int.rn.d Till End of War. London June 8.-King Alfonso today Whatever Against the King. Watched With Much interact "
visited tbe city of London and Fabulous Price Paid' For New York
Bt. Petersburg June 8.--The Rua- enjoyed the hospitality of the lord Chrlatlana Norway' June 8:-Thostorthing City Property. Chicago, Juno $.Peace I Prospects>> tin
'aHan pr**.. notably the Novo Vremya nrayor and corporation at the Guild today declared the union between New York. June 8.-The sate to the the '.&Wller.' duke took 1"W-
,sod. Tfc Russ the latter frequently hall. For the first time since his maJejtj's I Norway and Sweden under one 'fcrcantlie'tnat company of St Louta Icaan of 11 f. today th*> temtikteis' joint
.reflecting the views of the foreign of- arrival in Ebglaad the weather t king to be dissolved and that the jut reported of the fmiiuu plat ol council having agreed" to accept th,<
Gee, display a great deal of rE'lent.I I was sufficiently fine to enable him king has ceased to act all king of Nor real estate at No. 1 Wall street at the riiitloywra'| conditions for another con,
tnea agalnat the United States for en- to appear In an open carriage, and way. The storthing further empowered corner of ltroadwni: her lven rise to h mice. 4
rclng the 4-hour rule In the cane for the first time an).thing In the nature the present state council to act Interesting complication showing Ihw The action. was Ukeu In tlm absence
of the three Russian cruisers at Majulla. of really large crowds gatheredto as a government of Norway until great rl .n In property M.lue* Iu tUJ of Pivsldent Sh 'M. I.." ,) May
Tb* Ruse quotes the American welcome him. further notice and to fxficlsw! the city. At the figure stunted In the Irana ,'r. attorney for .ibe nu-ichantii: wait no
noatrallty regulations and contends The welcome to the young monarchwas power hervtoitire appertaining to the action ITIMI.OUO. (ho plot brought tilled that a committee, {ponnenslnic pie>> .
that President Roosevelt in applying of the heartiest description. The king about $4 a ttquaiu liuh possibly the nary powers was ready to meet A similar
the principle that only injuries received route of tbe procession which passed An address to the king pee adopted highest price year paid In the worM'n committee of employers, It. war "
during storms, and not In tattle -: under a continuous archway of Hags declaring that no III feeling pas entertained bltlory. The property measure only I lleteil thus employers will 'un..nt to

can be repaired In American i and flowers wall lined with troops. ugitust him, his l.In..tf or ::0: feet on the> tlioadway' sld., and bana a conference: possibly today, ou this -
ports not only narrows the American Halts were made at tbe boundaries frontage on Wall street of :39 let"t busl.r.
regulations but Infi'luges recognized of the drift boroughs to receive and 10 Inches It contain: 1,170 mjuar* pienldcntVslker O.- Ullibona of the ,
principles! of international law. This_ answer the addresses of \local author fci truniHieia' council named the striker'
paper declares It has official warrant 1t1i 8. At each of these points the nrxt Llghcut/ lluuie on real es. r< i.ieH 'nutlvts.! On the co.uutlttvu uto 1
-'for the statement that representationsj decorations were ot an especially elaborate tutu tritusactloiiM In this city was that m..IIIIMtrl of every union now affected,
j! been made Washington; on the character and the crowds were r paid In 1ST' : by Anthony J. Hr..1! for bj' the 111'1"... Including the uxpre
ubject. The Novoa Vremya la ex I large. King Alfonso unrestrainedly the site of the Morgan banking hour t driver.

ceedlngly sarcastic. After a slap at showed his pleasure at the demonstrative 'at inroad and Wall sheets! This prop The revival of peace hopes which ., rI
Great Britain for, the alleged manner greeting which culminated In I Ia city, iueurinir 717 square feet war t'1I1""t'tC'd Would {IMltIll'dl1t{ !', far the
1n :alan fleet from the time it I left Cronatadt tered the Guild hall. There were asaembled the attorney 'who condiuted the Titinl crisis between the team owners aud '
.. and for trying to fore all the a brilliant gathering of members rijmpany's contract: the truck drlvera. Thw unltni had
po,,'u.' to accept her Interpretationof of the royal family, cabinet ministers "1 bate i.ot (the llnhl""t doubt! that tuts.l to reject I the arbitrall propo .
the rule of neutrality. NqrVrem1a'dedaree oe and naval military and court 1 have tecuri'd for our client the inns t .ul ut the owner, '
thai'president Roose. official The clty'a address of welcome J. valuable! piece of real estate Iu lit" "'hilt! the. action of live truck del
veil whom It refers to aa "Mr Rooae- was presented to the King In a ,e whole world. There I.I only flnn Broadway sera wa a shock lo the leant' owners,
velt," contaminated by England's example : gold casket only one Wall street and only one It was" not considered probabl In the
arbitrarily Interprets his own King Alfonso did not reply) to tb P tin 1 Wall street on earth It Is likely tight rules In a scuba. favorable to Japan presentation address, which referred 1 ) the present )lease will !be allowed I would msko) a movement at nnC'4t' to

adding: I to the admiration which the citizens to inn lo a clo ". 'Glyn, 'Jf courso, lock out the I.OwO driver In HHr! rm. t
"Mr. Roosevelt takes full advantage of London had for the art and literature the property will be Imptoted in M ploy, - -V, l

of the fact that Russia! la helpless and of Spain and the services of the manner in kteplng with toe vttlue uitdlocHllou. '- .
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powerless to do more than protest.. country in the, .cause of civilization ." .i .mot\ aRetutns
The Japanese minister Is reported to and which recalled the commercial i I I .- 7.---- ......,- From Fruitless Search.
KINO OSCAR. Nashville Tenn. June 8.-V. H.
his ties
have hastened to eipreia gratitudeto uniting the two ,countries
America" for this act of Impartiality the Bucdkh iatou aid taking him TO RECEIVE: HAol;: JoNifT OOPV. May, a wealthy. resident wf !frank!
to ...__, Iln. hat returned from Arkansas and
cooperate In he selection n
which Is partial to Japan. W" VICTIM OF "WIRE-TAPPERS." of a
trust Mr. Roosevelt U. .all.Ued with young prince of the house of Ih-rna. Squadron Waiting For Ships That Indian Territory after a trultleetsearch .

Ills auccess." 6t. Louis Man Claim H* Wa Swindled ; dott to occupyhe throne of -onway.; Dear Remalne of Famous Admiral. for hits ITjeor-oM son, Mil! *
, Th. admiralty, It can be stated, f II Out of '7000. The dhuoliitlon of the union between New fork. June *.-Th.. second), F. II May, who disappeared whil p
reconciled to the Internment, of th* Chicago, June 3.-:M, When, a wealthy Hweden and Norway bra beenpending mjuaclrort ol the North Atlantic flout, In Nashvlllw, on September 10. I9<11. '
. thre RUM Ian cruisers! st Manila but junk) dealer of St, IU, Mo., has for sonic time/ and had Its :I connlsiliig of (he armored. rrnla rllruoklyu At the time of bla dl" IW.r.nc.
,. oppose, on principle, tbe rule tbatwarship reported to the Chicago poilc tbe loss growth In the d,.,lr.. which grew' and| the protected rtuUor* young May war traveling for a Chicago '
injured In battle cannot repair Ot 17.000 by a "wire-tapping" aw1Shcet .' tronger ka time passed for the PII' ChatfiinooKrf, <}alvfou sod Tacoma, (concern and hi. account/ were
< their machinery and boilers a Cohen met five men ID St. Louis! Ubllihment of s"flRr.le' consular sys elected by the( navy department, tortcort found to tee correct In very d_tall. '" "
, neutral ports. The officials add tbatfriction I and they unfolded to him an elaborate for the two counlrlea. III* remain of John Paul Jonas" After spending about llo.Ouo |I" ? I
: over this minor question would I plan to ,beat the race which are i In King Oscar r-c.-ntly vetoed at from France, will meet (he vessels l searching for hU son without obtaining
the I Stockholm live from Cherbourg Thursday The 'be allgbt.*t c.w. the elder' May .
' b* exceedingly unfortunate Just at progress at the Latonla track. I7ecame mtasurc prseot to remain ,
time that President Roosevelt Is asan to Cbjcago with the men and I him by the council/ of state providing will be tran.f"rr.d to the Brook baa arrived' at tb* conclusion that tb-
< tiling tbe delicate role of trying to they. took him to a room la a building I for separate consular representative Ijn. near Admiral( C 1) tflgsbe' who youth was murdered iu a Naabvlll' 4
bring the boll'gerents! toc'>tbn. near B1xt*.a th street and Michigan : and tb* Norwegians malatalaed that was la command will board lila nAil: rambling hou.. and his body thrown
atenue. Tber. were Intricate electrical the king by so doing and partly by snip' off Tompkluiville' tola!. afternoon, Into the river wr dlspused of la aunts
No More Fatalities Reported. machinery ther and be thought his absence from Norway bad *u.- At the Brooklyn naryyard r rp.ai.ta{ civet way
Manila, June 8.-No deaths hare the schema was a good one. For p add bU! rights and duties a* king have ben. tully engaged on>> the flag( -5-u- -5
been reported among Russian officers tare. day h* remained there wits of Norway slip completing a platform which I. Larg River T.v bo4t vinka.I t
)u1nlll.||| Juuir |..After completing "

[.,tbe three cruiser commanded by Rear large sum of money, aggregating .. Sweden and Norway for separate consular meaning. the mahogany racing' thai' I la a Journey of 1.100 miles without 1.
Admiral Bnquiat, Among those who / $7.000. and then one of tilt systems was the fact that 8...- to receive the 'leaden' roftln containing mishap the towboat \\'. W' ', -
fcad narrow escape from death I* flv* men disappeared. The-Ie..la no den Is protectionist and Norway !I' She body of the commander tit tb. O'SNII on. of tb. largest .In the r r:
Captain Nebolaln. commander of the trace to the whereabouts of the swindler for fre. tra4, and also bttar.e of lion How me Hlcbard.Oo river .r.'e.' struck aa wt/struetloa 1 '4
Aurora oa which vessel ESnquUt hoist *. Xorwa ja* more .st.n.tt.tsea trade I lb. arrival' at CherUmrc the IH tb. canal today nil ssnl at tk. .

eel his flag: after the Oleg- bad been sad otb.. 41..ranel... af oonnerrUllairests. . --- Hh--._rlHjkn______ _-- ,lit_. K__ ....n.' ,.'. t._.. fW...__ ._...uMhtM., ...._ foot<< Of Eighth atreel.. frantaln-- ._-.. 1'a.r.rolttoniiad --- y; i
dtwabl.d. Wbfl Captain Nebolstn was Delcas, Reason ".r Resigning.Ne that are lo parllelpal la tb. final ta the fanning tower a shell- exploded York. J"a.A dID. ta At the op..DlBg of the a.Mloa the tribute In Ktenrh wai( rf. Tm cia,. TJ boat which< Ja tb. property of
|ther. but did DOt tnjar him. Inter the Paris cor re pond*tit of Th* Times. goveranieBt informed In. tUkrlblng after its arrival the remains will b* lb. Miwoagabela' lb IN.JU..d. Cast
k* left the bridge of the Aurora In the chief cu-, for Foreign MinisterDelca that It! r.UD4Ula".d office from today, tk.o lo ADU pQl1.. .nit Coat corapanr<, !. worth '100.'".' ',
barge of tb. first officer and went toe **.*'. realgwatioa was Doe U.1ft Ta. storthing thereupon vaaaimouJly and ass "h"ala.( from Now Orleans'

main deck la order to ,s,pvrvi.. state of Moroccan affair, but his re- Md without d.bet.e pa.M4 tile follow- seye Cremated on ....h. with a bff 1 tow of empty r mt barge.
.e work of subduing the flames, thUIng taut to lateraattoaeJIr* 'th* Asydalalaa u lag. resolution: Su Allan We : N . It .U believed.. tb. CX.Velll ran bral4. .
f'Ity. Jt Jose g .Twoboys
rots on fire aDd of caring rM.CM1ad..s nil..,.. Moth la rraae andEngland -Wnerea all the meo t>*rs of lb.council bares met death Navigation Ibrongti tb. canal r
and killed. Oa hi* way : the rorrespondVat alleges, of stain bar laW dowsi theft tb.. beach a..,.. They rrwatton on will not be Interfered .'IU .
th* main' deck another shell ... atroog Oaaneial Jaa...". were offices. sad"WArre.a OtjatoDRyan
and William J.ffr1.., both hII
Jed. aear Capala Nebolsta and brought to bear to reader 14. Delca its IIUI>.(r, the khi) *. has ILU ei'y, ad T and I Mlllr Mt at Kansas City. ;r
fragment *lt him! tkree la tb.eo. .j *..'. scheme I. respect to tk. talk /el.red btme4f uabJ. to .atao.1.k I. h.". n. boys bad years ta. tesptt" ,Kan MI* City, j... *.-.MUUrwny & Iu"
.. In the HK&t ie sad oa* la way abortive, Ir I. row exp*eted, a s.w guveraa.nt for |b. eouatry, .sp on ta* tI4.btaltb goo bre.bb pat of the Ualt.d. mates were
right aak>. Tile captain was tk*_41patrh a44, that lie aegoti sad aced to band w.r.o la atta4.new today at Ib. owning
used for a few momenta. H*. how. Uaaa wkteh kave bees pr **4iBg -"her. the coum.tklcaJ regal. a Jetty thay tn., a ** .)loai of the third aaktiat mare 3
_.... ,______.. .. hole' b.re.th the pile sad r1.aa t.-
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recovered and proceeded with Uoa of &I.. )1m., .
,. 411k h./ Roan. aidtondos on th* subJett -- --- ----- '-v..'..*;"., Ifi9 It I. beU't/d National federaIHM.
,k after the wound <. lie then of Aa>r*..UU, .. ::11 Sew bare s lorthlag auibortae the .*a..b.eelt. mateb... tor lie beasts. that' they had. On. of the Inaportaat. jw iloii.*
to the bridge afld ocmtlaUo diffrreat ..*u#+ than wsa at Scat *.. the I'CNNiJ of ita&#. .110 retired to- II'.. sad t..r. ... buys was. soon. ew that will Mme up b/or the convnIJon '
command the Aurora wttbooivla secede _. day to exercise vatftMnhr avoilr* out tb.y wara trawl, Q..Ube,. its work U the better
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surgical aid He nevernp a* th* Nrwgiaa Tbeltrharr.d pro ted Ion In blU of
any gnverairest' the lading forfeit
Tee-M..t.d aO oooef wreaked kted/.. .... "
th* eom ad Of the eewly poser appertalaiag t. tk* king la .*..i. rroealMble .,.. ,
..nod of the flgbt. or white New Tort, J ROs* inn* andpeerbfy eotdssc, with 4oraars -- -- -
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Tey D alh.ThICegw
.... u **:).v 4 to hate sad rtUttag Iowa Ji. Arr. .d *
way IwC1awl }stew -tth tk *. ***,? tt f* atlU... LI"...,:
.. iko praise tM captala lute< ,. | bawleel at Sa4y Hook today whip *Mi ar.c.tII41&r< Vy" ice lad I ICart.", C*.. Jm.. f,, -/ufg. Jtbwr ( Jun* '.--'A cbemkat! anaJyat -
bta courage and ea4vraa ,. aa .ml4.t S4 anaate4 aetuo.*r that the aaioaH. ...... esdev Lad. his cUe est. stte.tr4 ".......' .f toy beads obtained a. a inttVjr "
-. *4n cfc oa Rosa.r flhesi aa4 was .a* klg ia 41a 4ve4 tm weasatlas a t-yar i44 girt ..*n.4 )l.arttlaOrlpp.
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S4**> Brttts Vessel ,i: Tae *ca<3 ar u &...pe to lav. .*.. "ee wegl.a biagglcbsl M'C aa a I. If Ifu /CI.. sad '..ereyar,4. *.0.g. art.,nlo to ea..*. death J''
Jan 7.>+* 9- tD. -Th IWtUoraiaa I. t fcr.a., wtieh assay earrle* a ) ... tfc* retrlta t j.1 up.ss fsn4t. e. air.bua4. Tm. calM 41.4, aftkavtn* put the
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hartr4 hyli big clew Only ea wag MW. U"1'C4 befall srcvaetlone ea4* I* bar asootb: r.' 'ouer hole
flat asltb. of
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ftwutftat .tkpaaseh1p seer "wrsV tfteif th* 'kq>aaaagr'.ttslkth tbi. boenesbi aad'lh.lf b-zaK eN laa MI. la. sae of U y ..a4* *.*
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FLORIDA. JUNE- 9). 1905



... Bowel Troublu
'.. Cmrtomm O+..rvmnrr. of the P..t A of Chilebetw! ,
J Pre..t. Eagla... Any Age. AidDisateai,
PASSED COUNCIL CURE OF. MISS#" GOODE Borne of the old Easter customs In ttesuLtIa the BowtlS'Slrtn

,f ,....t ,_, -' ..' England are curiously barbaric and the Child sad MAID I'I'ens
mae X* Mad Wall by 'L7dla E. Pin* << EETHIHG FOWHI EABr,

.Almost Unanimous., Was That faam'a Write Gratefully Vegetable to Compound.Mrs. Flnkham.and observance, Costs Only 25c at Druggists, or maD 25c to.C.J.'MOFFEH; M. D., Sf Louis; ,
;. I rounded with more or less superstition longer, but tare thehealth
? I Hesitate no and life
tl : fliic Mother
Eody Its Passage. For the woode'rli'belp that shehaa. just enough to lend to It the charm of : your child, as thousands have done, by giving these powder 01.

: found Miss Cora.Ooocl, ass: : E. Chicago mystery. I TEETHINA Is easily given and quickly counteracts and oerOomes "
FOR ,EDUCATIONAL. PURPOSES Avenue, Chicago 111., believes it her I I Twentieth century maidens don the effects of the summe, :upon teeth/ngchildre4

,P, duty to write the following letter for bright yellow garter secure lnthelr, .. . .
publication.In'order that other women I.. belief that they will be engaged before - - < -
Qualified /oters'of the City Will Deter. ----- -
afflicted in the earn way may be I the tf'ftl' end*. Others give their tresses -- -- ----- -
'nutria; ; Whether: or Not Bond Shall be II I,I ". hundred strokes three times" with

Issued for S&O.OOO-Eleetlon to beHeld I the brush while thinking Intently of
\ . their heart's desire.! And who floes not FaySholesTypewriter
July 18th.,
their new
I take good care to wear d
? At an adjourned meeting of the City things on Easter day
Council held Th'uriday night an ordl'pance I Among the earliest of Easter customs -
the title of which are the following:
wai presented,
_, 'waii ; &aA11 At Queen's college. Oxford, a herring _
placed by the rook to simulate a man
"An ordinance to provide for the
! salad and
on horseback Is lid on a corn
; calling of an electionto determine ACKNOWLEDGED
+ brought to the table. This Is supposedto
whether or not bond shall be Issued represent a red herring riding awayon THE BEST

,y by the city of Gainesville for educational horseback and Is the last vestige of MACHINE ON THE MAItkLT
" purpose, and to provide for the the once popular pageants of rejoicingfor
(' issuance of said bends," the end of the Lenten fast. Has Tabu .T-

This ordinance was framed In accordance It was erstwhile a habit In English UnlVfltSAl ""nOOARO I
with a law patted at the recent i Cora 'Goode town for the boys after the Easter Every Mach >\*
x service to run Into the street and
teuton of the Legislature empowering
: benefited aa he was. Miss Goode Ii. snatch the buckles from the shoes of
; the city to Issue bonds for president of the Bryn Mawr Lawn the girls whom tbey were able to catch. Lightest Shift t Lightest Runriingl! The
i r educatlonal:purpotef, with which our Tennis Club of Chicago. She writes : Easter Monday, however It.was turn
,.., Champion Speed Writers of the World
readen are familiar. Dear Y Pinkham"I about and the women chased the men.
tt The ordlnanee was placed on tit' build tried np uy many system different, which remedial bad! become to try run to If the men refuse! to pay a sixpenceor Use the Fay-Sholes. More Fay-Sbole in

first, second and third reading and able from Duo of proper rent andbseemed help happened to wear boots the women ue in Gainesville than any other machine.
pasted the only dltientlng tote haun. to me.. tried to snatch their bats, and to recover
Mother is a great advocate of Lydia K.l'1nk.ham'
agalntt cam being President Nrnome.r Vegetable Compound for female trouble a hat cost a sixpence.In .

ti The ordinance directs the mayor to *, having used It,herself some yean ago some old towns great cakes were For Sale by. . _
Bo I to take It.
with great suoceat. began brought to church and there divided
+ wc k call an election on July 18 for the purpose and in lea than a month I was able to be out;
of 'submitting the question to the of bed and out of door, and In three month among the young people.A THE SUN Gainesville Fla.
Y I I was entirely well Really I nave never fell singular Easter custom was that ,
$ qualified voter ao strong and well as I have since." of "lifting and weaving. A man alt-
,After a few minor transactions, the I I No other medicine has such a record ting,contentedly In bh home wan-sur -....
council adjourned. of curea of female troubles as has LydiaE. prised by the servants and women of
Pini ham's Vegetable Compound. Ills household, who entered bearing a

.' THE. NEWS FROM BRONSON. I Women or irregular who are menstruation troubled with back-painful great armchair lined with white aDd G. S. MERCHANT & CO.
decorated with ribbons and favors.
flatulence leucorrhoea
ache, bloating (or ), -
Auction of MuUa-Th* Delinquent Tax falling, Inflammation or ulcerar The man was forced to alt In the chair Retailers and Jobber IDStaple

Sal*-Approaching Marriages.Emnson'June . Lion of the uterus, ovarian troubles, and be lifted by the women to each of
aintne_ indigestion,nervous prostration whom he must give a sixpence. On a
A.-The public auction or the blues, should take Immediate day In Easter week, either Monday or and Fancy Groceries
of elity-three: head of mules and action to ward off the serious consequences Tuesday, the man lifted the women ,
and be restored to perfect
t three honeby; Oco. W. Owen of 8avannab and EX with similar attendant ceremonies.
health strength by taking Lydia
receiver for the Wylly.Qab- Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound. Edward f. was lifted in bla bed by Brain, garden Seed and Fertilizers.SOUTH .
bets Company, brought the largeitcrowd Mra. Plnkham Invites all sick women his ladles and maids of honor, and a
a that hat assembled In Broncon to write her for advice.. Hhe haa guided record shows the payment made by I BIDE SQUARE. t t I GAINESVILLE. FLOKJU
thousands to health. Her experience him to have been some $2OOO In six I
for year In the. lot were male of ia very great, and she gives the benefitof pences.In Highest market price paid for Chicken. Eggs and other Pnxlnce

,, all dies. kind and colon, aDd they it to all who stand In need of wiN older days In England monks atEaster *

;$fy went at prlctt to suit the pocketbook ounaeL Address, Lynn Maaa. acted plays In churches, the favorite -! A Complete took ot Hay, Corn Oats, Flour Bran, Meal Cotton Seed MM)
of the wealthy turpentine manufacturer subject! being the resurrection. and B'.. W. handle! only the VERY BEST good at the LOW

It wall at the poor farmer. SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC.Mt. Not only were these plays enacted In EST PRICES and guarantee aatlafaotion alwayi.msTA .

s Th* highest price paid was $108, I the church oa these festival days, but

while th* lowest bid war $3. The latter . Morlah Colored Sunday School there was discing, particularly In the i RJL.TSBqgnp: ieeo.
i French cathedrals
pries was for a poor animal which : Will Go to Rocky Point.
Even the sun. It Is said, dances on
should ban been taken In charge by Mt. Morlah Baptist Chureh, colored Easter day. H.F.DUTTON&CO.DEALERS

corns society for the prevention of of which Rev II. M. Fleming Is pastor In Ireland great preparations were .

3 cruelty to animal and killed but It has arranged to give the members mad. for the last day of Lent. Holy ----
fall Into goodlhand and was led to a of the ohureh and Sabbath school a Saturday, about 0 o'clock a ben and apiece I

green pailur and will be treated by da,'. outing at Rocky Point today,and of bacon were put In the pot and I Sea Island:: CottOD.
the best veterinary surgeon In the a pleasant time I I. anticipated. at 12 there were eating and much merrymaking.

; country. Some of the other mulct The pary will leave'via the Galnevllle *. At 4 all rose to see the sundance

tore vldne of bad treatment, probe and Oulf railroad at 11:80 a. m., In honor of the resurrection.CASTOR! Sea Island Cotton Seed Bagging and Twine. Walrus

ably from cruel drivers at the log arriving at Rooky Point; at lldS. Returning Leather in Strips or Sides.

camp leave Rocky Point at 4:40 p. .
It was |111 o'clock when Reaslver m., arriving her at & o'clock. The IAFor
s Owcntttarted the auction. It WM Intended fare will be 20 cents for adults and 18oenti Infjuita .and Children Manufacturers of the James Doig Improved English

to eel) th* whole lot at onetime for children. Sea Island Cotton Gin, and Supplie for Same.

but at.hl highest bid was only I Rev. Fleming extend to everybodyan Tbi Kiwi Yea Hart Always! Boghf GAINESVILLE USA

14,000.:It wee decided to tell) them sap. Invitation to come and bring well- Dears th* FLORIDA,
; an.I,. By tblt' :mraoa the entire lot Oiled baikets aDd enjoy the day. Good

? ,- brought $,182.80.. order la guaranteed.If .. 8tgnaturoflrrlcall

Not a great deal of Interest was ABSTRACT & REALTY COMPANY
manifested at the delinquent tax tal. the Baby la Cutting Teeth ... !. Amrloml.

,, yttrday.only a few being present to B. sure and one that old and well- The practice Irrigation la very an-
4 bid on the landt. The 43.000: acres of I tried remedy, Mra. Wins low's Booth dent water having been stored and [Xi.oorporatoed1E.
1'" the Wylly.Qa.bbett Company aa welli4" loa Syrup for children teething. It distributed In this way In Egypt aa
several early. aa :200U B. C. Persia India Cey E. VOYLE MGR.
aa thousand acre of the CedarKey I soothes the child softens the gums,
TowoJCompanv: which WM advertised I allays all pain' cores wind colic and I.I Isthe Ion China a* well aa Peru and Mexico. Abatraet of Title and foil Information furnished ngardina land ta tbs
diarrhoea. Twsn- also bad Irrigation works ages ago. 8OaD',. Our manager hM lived In this county thirty janTana
beet remedy
to .11.| was paid on, which I
ti .0.. cent a bottle. Even In Arizona remain of ancient Irrigation I* thoroughly conversant with land title.
mad. the lUt tmall. A considerable works can be found which

t, amours of the land wa marsh laod of suggest that that section of the desert
but little value. may hay been compelled by men toblossom 7OYTr,

Oa of the mol popular young men aa the roaV many hundred PiRE ACCIDENT BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY'
The president today appointed INSUJ ..xOE" aep'
In Levy county I II to wed on* of Ala- James W. Taylor postmaster at Lafolette. off year ago seating a number 01 prominent American and En lida 8Ompaal.
char couo','* belle and ODe of Ala REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOA.li8.
Taan.General ..... '
Mar n...* ... GM3.inet
i oboe OODO', most popular young men J. M. Palmer of this city Little Ethel laying ddWn a book- _.. vllle's: : .B"1.orl..da. .
bey,, la to wed one of Levy count* belle. and Andrew Carnegie have donated Do prince always dress la -trtlk and -
Th. event will be Ee ,""l1..b.ec1 188g..IDZTTTO1T&
on Wednesday, respectively $100.000 sad $50.0*> aa a velvet and wear a cap with a whit
JaDe 14th, when Mr. 11. n, Rembert of nucleus to the $800.000 endowment feather and ride a sweet little whit

Lennon will marry Mill Alma McCook fund the Colorado college la ralatog. pony? lOCher-Not now my pet. CO.
of Oalnvllle, and on the *am. day They dress just like other boy*. Little
The students ef the Philippine Law
Mr. A. L King of Waldo will marryMlaa voted Ethel (sadlyTho I doat think 111
school Narlta have coagratulatlena .
Iennj White of Cedar Key. Mr. to the Japanese because of ever marry. -
Ys Rmbrt la oa* of the mot successful their Victoria, aaaerttag that they estavltsaed :SA :EEi1jEsDs
Tan eft Babi**. .
+ bntlneea men of the
j yoaag county ta* prestige of the Oriental
tl Mlaa IfeOook U a popular young lady *. Extreme hot weather t* a great tax

who hat a large *lrcl* of frlenda. Mr. upon the digestive power of bablee. a a.Nesi boles tasm....W.n....... ... Dvs RaaQ+salt..
Tb. Ualted States steam dredgeCauras. t1..asr. .... ... .......
a sea II. .r _......... .
should be wars
King U an fltalent employ of the 8. which went aabo. off the When ptiay and feeble they r......._,._....tart s ..W'ee JhMer. ..0.1.. V
A. I*., blaf now condactor on this dtvUlon boast of Long Island Saturday eight fI'.... a few dOMe of Whit** Cream ao.e.gs.. ......d tee 0.....ern....

4 of th* yttm. Miss Whit U ass .keen re oat4 and apparently Uaaduna Vermifnit atlmaUt.. th and. ehlMren'a raelUtat lbs ton to.dig' **Iswill .

Ski *oang* t daughter Col. and Mr*. ***:. She will be seat to the tloa of their food. eo that they snot G.A.IIT BVI1.: T.'R1;::. FLORXD
W. R. Whit of Cedar Key and hM a aavyyard fr laspecUoo.IX bHQme strongg. healthy and active.

larva amber of friend 0. M Ills .. today that aw bad Sold by \\ M.Johaaoa."doe .

M F. O. Bunker, Fred Oubbrly and J. leader** at.* rxtgBisjJasi aa director
B. Lattvrloh prominent citlseaa oft aC the BnataaAta USa Jbararaae toatoty. 'HOTEL
,. Cedar X.J....,.at tbelOoD', seat of taa reason, ft* said. was the op. by: doM aa>P aatd a ,

Lvy coant 00 bo In'*a ,....."'&J. ...ar.Bt tatosafaQUy .f hanwonloasMtioa ealeoer to his rectnvant. "If the messy 236 W. Bay St
war to ar*oa yes wa** yes are *tragttag "> JACKSONVILLE FIOIUDA.
Among the moat prominent eltlaens tu .... Wart ,* fir*< or* of the along Uke that they w...ldat. aida ,

of Moatbrook la Bronaoa yesterday 7. atagi ... *f,.... OMW rep:-
'kv ..,. ax-8oator N. A. Bluish I. K. -,-- -.. Centrally 1 ...., tbereagkly repatre4.. reaavateL' S"IJ drtsi.lel.Ear.peaa .

Rawl and J. 8. Blitca. Maa.EC. .

J. B. Eppr ca, I. T. Fa..... J. )I. JdUair- Visor*.' Gives to

4 Willi,o.W.WIUi... A.J.Mlxaoa and hair all that soft, dark,rich 4omiotr: ,:M-A.SON':: Jro-pri..e"tnD

J. A, lIa.kla..il...efiaae of 1TIU so natural to early life. Checks

Itttoa. win la Icwa yatrday.Brral hair fair '
faUinf keeps the soft
taaahra antvad .*...rdajr to
and smooth, end preventsM ftpiit. Advertise
+ 'l)> ...**...1 at tatac *ra*ettaalaa. tbtt > in THE S
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The Food That Does
Good JaJBs3l walfflHafcsas4lEnslB i aaG ..POILKA.OOT.CA"S.JjOWIS 3,
Prominent Transportation Man In Seaboard Air Line Account Session

Contact With a Florida Rattler. of B. P., O. E. TIMETh PAINT N i
Taut about exciting experience and I The Seaboard Air Line Railway has ,

>irbredth escapes. ," remarked VT. J. been dewinnated Florida Klks .... -1rIa.---... '.
by the I.. ...::.....,..= .:.= r
... ... .,_.. ... ..... __ _
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|i.he clever traveling freight Arsoeiation as their otfidial route from _..._.....-.._-...._... ...____.w r.....'no...._
.....--.......-- .. -.. ....
got of the Southern Railway, to. a ThsOodXtrerOt ttaolstoa" '..Xterol/e.ee" ter Florida' I., the brand Lodge ....*!iu at.Butl .

p'of friend iu the Brown House Cwcha.CoMa. MUiMau. BrMcfcltU. La Ortp. ...lu. It is toe drslrw to w..rrate a Above all. USE GOOD PAINT! .
by" Tlioridsy.; fellows S.*. TkTMt.. Law-, Catarrh. Pi......... The oil") liinrvd, eMl'I Just pun hnscrJ iiirte .I.Ie'.ht ont gees nqu.
have Florida Elks' train leave
yoa C-pdeII sad all fulmonary Dlw. XU special to IN of !rood puni 'lor which there i. nu subs iii -and the sanf WfT <9 f" the, '
ver.had any" Dracxlsta,two loos. ten sad 'U n. Tampa at 8 p. m. July 8h.: and' Jacksonville pure. rth linseed oil il i to buy tS< oil and ,
I'ToU a. about it, Billy" urged- one at 9 a. m. July 9th. The train
U>. crowd who w.. antleipatiogaetblng to con.iet of dining baggage ear and
all MtwUnc nom.and a4c1....MOZOMUISION .
of an exciting: nature-and drawing room Pullman sleepers .
I was not disappointed. : CO. OS Piae Stn.tlMw Yet Buffalo without I pan1Cly. For Awry gallon .f Kvtluelk p.II' Swy .se ,.IIM uf JutM U ail,
through to chaugv.The Thi awkc* two (ilkxu ot-fwint. ready fur use '>ou then, *ao "Well It was this way," continued route of travel will U via Seaboard putting on your house M alivr-"\ht genuine oil is in it." and paiat H lICIt F
pain unlrw connini 5O\ *of realty oil. We will funhci the rimes
pure explain
tranaportatioo manwith FULKS AS A FARMER.
shadt Richmond se.
f a to pawing through of Kinloch Flint it you rill call and L we us.STERNBERGER. {
t which almost made his teeth chat- Savannah Columbia, Camden and

..: "Every time I think of this ex- Popular School Teacher Has Crops Raleigh ; R. F. A P. to Washington & PHILLIPS

ie'nee it makes my hair stand on Which Will Make Big Yield. and Pena. R. K. Washington to Buffalo. ,

Hike Shakespeare's 'fretful porcnB Prof. J. II. Faa. the erstwhile efficient Only seventy-five1 |>a*''engers are I / GA ESVTLLE.FLO ._ I s
propositicna." and popular" principal of the required to secure this special train

fhlle his companions listened Injtly. Gainesville Graded and High School service ..

Mr. Ayer who Is a great and who has been engaged in teaching Round-trlp rates to Buffalo and return .-.- .. --- .. ---.... -. ._. ..
urtsman. related his story. in Alachoa and other counties for several from Gainesville $34.05.- ; Retail, Liquor Dealers Meet. I Train Goes Over Embankment.-
?A few: days before the.elosing of the years, was a ..111'or0 Gainesville Passengers from Miami and Key
Chicago Jun.8.Tbe annual convention 1..vlI'hhufll. Va.. Juno 8.-Spreadlncof
Anting season last year I wu at Zol- Thursday.Prof. West will re-purchse at Jacksonville.
of the National IJquor iv al-
thf fHlU un the Norfolk and Wet
Springs. It was a quiet afternoon Fulks has been for the past Through Pullman sleepers for Buffalo *
association began horr today. Between
era : ern at Itottfonl City, under a double
a friend suggested that we go few days at Kanapaha where he has a will positively... Tamp at 8 wholesale
500 and
bonded coal I liidpu i ruin caused the 1
jting. This was perfectly agrees- prolific farm. His crop Is diversified, p. m. July 8th -an4 Jacksonville 9 a. realers from all parts of the United death of it m-itro tuninn and the I.. ,

to me, and securing guns, we I but amung other products is a tract often m.. July 9th for the Elks and their States were r".l1t at the opening Jury of two white and two negro ,

teed out. acres of cantaloupes, from which friends. Secure your Pullman sleepIng rsulon. The object of the meeting tram..... Th two t-ngtnrs| and 17 loaded

'It was only a short distance from the first shipment was made Thursday ear space now. Is to promote uncial and business Interest ram went over M 40 I r..nt embaak*

I station when the dogs 'flushed' In morning. The yield it is anticipatedwill Tickets OP sale at rates named for *, nient and are a total wr.'i-k.

slump 'of palmetto bushes what weak be good, and the fruit is extra all trains July 8th, 9th and 10'h. but .. t

to be a covey, but upon approach- choice. In order to reach Buffalo for the openIng I Wisconsin City Flooded. -

the place my friend who was This progressive teacber-farmer left session ask for sleeping cr reservation Fond du lore, \V. curFond 1 a

ead. discovered the biggest rsttle- on the noon train for Center Hill, on the Florida Elks' Special. du IMC city and county have been

ate I eVer saw My friend took de- where he has another farm. He expects A day in Washington sightseeingand swept hy a flood rntstllnK' a loss o: l

rate aim and fired with ,the result to ship a great many watermelons visiting the government buildingshas 15o.OH Buildings: .err torn from .

there was a quiver and everything from his Center 11111 f.rm. the been arranged. their foundation, and| ulinltt-rod.' the 6

M still. I approached his snakeship first consignment going through today. Stop-overs of ten days, within final fr..ru"nb passing out Into the lake.A .

'd examination showed that the rep- Notwithstanding the long and severe limit on all extended tickets, hat been _.- -- -.

lie was the possessor of seventeen rat- drouth which has prevailed at both arranged on the return trip at Philadelphia Itfiltoinlr Pll.l .

.. I wanted those rattles as a soove- Kanapaha and Center Hill Prof. Fulks Baltimore and Wn.hintuu. 1111.-1"l ii ItottitnilOMM pit III tin inrtiintalu II I

and Imagine my surprise and states that the crop. are maturing A trip to New York can bit taken Inconveniently of nUll".",I. bark of Ksllit. In I

tight on stooping down to separate nicely, and he expects to harvest on side-trip rate of $4 : tlio llHM-sllan littaniU. It U about four .x
Jr. Snake and the rattles to have the abundant crops.A Philadelphia to New York and feet .In 11 iaun.-t 1" ". Tiapit U |'.M-nlUr

pole make a vicious strike'at my -- - -- good six da,.. n.turo.l from the fart tint \U NlK-Vt In lht H It- A'

Be. Its head came so close to DELIGHTFUL AFFAIR. The Florida delegation will Wit Ji ItMIIMrkHtltt. folVO. .'I.'c.t pct 4
my sonally conducted by James F. Taylor, |>cr 1)IIIC'C't'l ovr tlr mouth. 1140 not poet
eek that I could feel the and I
Kitchen Shower Tendered in Honor of traveling passenger agent of the 8ea- gently down but nr ,,".\,1.,1,. ilrnwn
le only thing which saved me was my board Tamps Fia.
Miss Alma McCook. In and 1 U"IIIIIW'lIr with ntiirtlliiit'
er nell in springing backward My For sleeper reservation or other information ty. The air' fU"blulllnlCJ il><' pit 'rl1lI.II'1 I
lend declares I sprang a distance of One of the most delightful as well as write tl. 0?, Hoyltton Jr., distinctly felt lir IHoc>|,le .

Q feet-but that's easy when a fel.e.red.ou most successful functions of the season passenger agent, or A. O. MsoDonwll, tint ,..1<<('. Hlranif" mxintU nn lieanlnlHo. a. FM ?N
'.'. know. w.. the kitchen shower tendered by assistant general '|ias.<*nier agent berry; night the IntiaUtlant. of
Jaeksouville, Fla..
''It was discovered that the first shot Prof and Mrs. Tom F. McBeath East tin)'locality IlKflnclljr hear it in>U<> .nlm

fernck the snake In the head and only Main street N., complimentary to Miss A GOOD DONATION.Firm tier to the btowluit uf a tlo-p .i">iinmhlpwlilstl

Innned him, but another well directed Alma McCook, who will be married on **. The uolar I I. lienrtl for al>out
tat finished the morning of the 14th inst. to Mr. the inn-olid and l then) unlmldes, fur a
the Job-and I have the of New York Clothiers Send I
littles here; In evidence," suddenly ex. Ilaikell Green Retnbert of LeD nOD. Check to Aid Hospital.Mrs. I space! of about nuttier leu Hv tnlmitc> IIM"oIJnch.' and thrufor kerosene Engine:

|aimed the speaker as he producedem A large number of friends of the ft'IIUIl1" ,
J F McKlnstry uf the Wo Absolutely, the aafr>" and oust eco. ,
before anyone hid an opportu young lady assembled to do honor and man's Hospital All Association la in .44,..... In ....r.I... nOIu cal p".*. ..r now on il", market. AllIs
,Ity to doubt the veracity of the story the presents were as abundant as they receipt check for $10 from the The addres.'o In 1'frnlau UIMHI 1 I let- *.-IH to 11) bona power Write for>> ;

call him down. were nsefol, embracing almost every HermanKrats Company cloth. tern whl4-li" gi through tlw ItfJIIIUm at prices,

-- kitchen utensil Imaginable. iers. New York to be used as aid to Calcutta are often plaint au.l | u xllfitf. This engine I I. nut a "Jsek at sit.. '
CROP WILL BE SHORT. The evening; delightfully spent the Gainesville and Alachua county An luillaii paler nv-eullr traiialntrnl trail. ." with diianio or liattHrl' and ;51
by those who had the pleasant privllege > our M' followIf; the Almighty sundry trlniri>rs to keep you "imtilrd"
Truss Denby Shipped First Peaches of to be present. hospital movement. |.Ir...Hi14t thl. <>nveloMi I >. ImvliiK arMr but It IB a "Uraoker Jack" to do your
the Season Monday. i - --_.. .--- -- The check Isacoompauled by a nice' o.l at Use city of Calcutta, In theuelghlorln.kl work and nu mistake Hold niulor nil
letter, which Is appreciated by the guarantee or your money leek, Stm
Owing I to the unfavorable weather i SOLID TRAIN OF MELONS. of t'nlootoUh. at I lti lf.
I I j.lloity s ,
good ladles of the association who minting IMIIIM of flraJucl..wl ami l Iliili-
naditioos. the peach crop in this sec
duly acknowledged receipt. dad rncrrtianta. tw offcrwl to suit readl
Twsnty Two Csrloads Passsd Through GEO. W. MOYERS
lion it is anticipated will fall far short ,
Gainesville Bound North Thursday -- --- I what first Gain slue .
was hoped for and International Cotton Congress.Manchester manners and Lelover of the heart Florida
atlclpated. The heaviest milon train of the season ...
liiRlund, June &. -ThInternational -Mrrau Mialkh liI.ut111.. way tilsII -
[ Truss Denby, who owns a 'weDt,. pad through Gainesville Thursday Oottou rongrras today 1 f.. t.e 10ul{. Written on the truth of LOW UA1.'E
era orchard a short distance 'from the morning over the Atlantic Coatt. discussed the question of speculation tbe bl<-iKnl KiimMn. ".turt'.". In the

Jty, made hi* first consignment of the Line from points south This train In cotton. Baron Curlonl of Italy protested year 12O of th Hegira of our. Prophet ---

aason Monday, consisting of fifty-Ore was loaded'<1 exclusively with watermelons against the practice of buying and dl'|>atj| .-
ites. The fruit was small but nicelavored and comprised twenty-two cotton for delivery at distant dates, 1'I
and will probably bring ysolidoars.. alleging that It cave gamblers an opportunity Confedsrate .ans' Reunion. Louis* Railroad I.

rites.rMr. While the shipments were picked up I j I to bring disaster to the II villa, Ky June 14th to fifth'lOOb.

Denby states that at the begintng as far south as Webster, the majority trade. Continental nation, be point I The Alantlc Cuet Line will ..II from The following low cu.nlj.trlp! nt.

|. of the season his trees were alst of the train was made up In the Oisla ed out conducted their' business without all coupon stations June 12lh.: I8ih, from Jacksonville tu various points

breaking under the heavy burdens section. The melons were consigned recourse to this practice. Other ]JHlh i ani lath tickets to Louisville at North and West will be in effect ou

yield, and anticipating a larger principally to Eastern markets and inasmuch nelegatea agreed with the baron but I I rate of one cent per mile traveled l, dates shown. Proportionately low rales t' w

d, more fully matured fruit be relieved as the season has just begunon tae eoegreea was net unanimous oa plus 'w.nty.fie. rents, tickets limited from other points a(

the branches of a large qusnjjty watermelons, probabilities are that the atrbJecL I June 19th returning. Tickets can b.xt.nded I-OUIHVILLK.rCY. -list. 'Ie l 40.sc.

The drouth however seriously this shipment will bring: fine prices.Cures Woman Dies In Hospital.' until July 10th by deposit of T acted the growth and while hId e ticket with joint agent and payment of Iteunloii Jun. 13.1.1: Inclusive, with H-
Old Sores. Uaoon. Us- June '.-Mrs. IMIloaOcletree. cal limit' July 10.l'OItTI.ANDORKOOFtIat.o.
have under favorable conditions fifty cents at time uf depovit. Forfull
the woman whoa
nested about 2.00O orates, h. feels Westmoreland Kaos., May ft. 1902. twin babies Information write V. 0 ISnyls- /*).
were toed la the river a couple aecnunt 1.,1.0Ola," Centennial Fal,.
w that he will not get more 'h'D.o.ial Ballard Snow Liniment Co. Your ton. District Psscsnger Agent, Jack
of days ago. and who WM pooh after Tickets sold certain' dale. May :W to + 'c
3, to the warfed condition. Snow Liniment cared an old sore on ward carried t. the city hospital died sooyllle. Hie/ T. C. While, Division' Hpt. ,s. with" flail limit 9l udays.

- - the side of my chin that was supposedto and her body was carried to Adel. Passenger Agent, Tampa, Fls.j W. II. MAN rilAKOIKCn and UH ANOKLKH. :-

Teachsrs': Examination. be a cancer. Tb. sore was stubbornand Oa., tor Inttrtutat. tier husband. anda Leahy, Division ra*.enK.r Agent tta.y.n.ab. . VAL -llalt 'Ml 80. TUkets sold '

i The '.aeber.'ea.mlnaUoD which has would not yield to treatment on sister reside there umber of Oa. ; W J. Craig, Uoneral I certain dates ApIIID to August 14,In- +

tn In progress in this city since Tues lit I tried Snow Liniment which did her relatives are burled near there, at '..-ag.r Agent, Wilmington If, Of elusive final '.'urollanl& Dodsys from

|ay will be concluded today. All the work In short order. )r y sister, CedL Tlie report b.,. la that the . .. dat of sale, not to exeted Nov. SO.

pplieaata for second grade certificates Mr*. Sophia J. Carson. Alleasvllle. W6 Miffln Co., Pa., has a sore aDd .I.. to live together and she GOODHOUSEKEEPERS count International Kpworih I.... .. u
aished their examination Thursday, came to Mscoa. -
trasts that U is a cancer. Please send invention. Tie".'. auld June Vt lo
hUe the applicants for first gradeI her a BOa bottle Bold by W. M. Johnson July 9n. Inclusive t final return limit

Ill I conclude today.Of .... H.rLerw.U August 4. .

[ the twenty-nine applicants, Summer Tourist" Rales Via AtUntIc ..... IIUtTALO. N. Y-Ust |3a M, w-
teatyflve were contestants for see* Coast Line. IttrmlBjdism* Ala. June ..-Camp: soont Annual Meeting/ Grand todg
four for first grade ...riUIit Bedford ftorr+ st. I? c. V... of Wood. HhooW cult for II. I' O. 1:. TN"( .', sold July 8 to 10.
'! If you contemplate visiting summerreeorts laws "Anne' la Weo4lAwa M..t4tn' Inclusive final return limit July 36.TORONTO. .

-_. sew ticket agents Atlantic Coai, a kaadaofsje .,a.ll. abaft erected to IJALLAHD'SOBELISK OANAJ>A-It.r.. |M W.aeeouaifnlsmatlooal .
'.OUtANLY WOMAN. Line and get all information with reference tke memory' of u.. late Confederate Kpworth. League :
"' to rates rentes, erhedul. "a4 Uoaveotloa. Tl.keie said>> Jane 13 to
$? dead.
Tae Daughter of
Wood law aUrgely 7a. (.eludv.i float return limit
K iS 'V Pullman Mr**.. So aimer too r is t rs tee a........4 U raJeiag UM funds ust AugF
b a..vr.s Ill pctin.
!. effect toed the 76.w
an BOW principal resorts for
D..dr.rG throogboat lb. sentry with re- tae atonesoaL Tm address of NAHIWUJC, TKNM.-JUle lie 23.
two an erre.e.ee.lb. M.a tarn limit Ost .ber 1st. KaUM bar tae day wsa elo .*aUr delivered by seeoeal Psabp4v Coll*** H rcatp. wfclefc r*> ba aaaoatMt'd to all sprite, ettooe N O.v........." Tboaas }IIeC'.. M< tia ttal..e ta cnrta* ale and seashore rorts. for tb. 8rs, FLOUR Tic ket old ..,.a''. dai... Jon It t 0
our w..h bar .a to time roaad-trip tltkete are ow oa sal* July' 4. flaal limit' Hpt.mlMr Su.KNOXVlLf.K. ;
have d* 4ruff bar to resorts la 1(.. Eaflead territory. Acute Rh.yrwatlwrr, TRNM.-Kale tie M.aovoaat mV
aid fcy ran*** hair - Deep Uartoc or wreMktaa:pal.... oes - bumm.r Oehool of She H oU,.
tn the I>.das4rssQ w.*M to Ewa+ Stimulation" Without Irritation.la .. losied Irj Ifl''*. wf tfcKrac.worse" Your Iia4 will always be good] If lOCI T......., sold e rial0. dales June IS toJolf

tr prr+*rltom that .... of stomach aad liver trvebi* wbe a, test, or o* dint avoviax tee- ae OBELtMC.mm. 14,. 'Ineinsivei I IO. final r.taru limitBepienoer

bro. M.r3arlte. Iforpt.t tae proper treatment .U tostimelatetbee limbe,cad I. oobf or dtmtf w.atb4r,1.Is
lib d.a.r.W + naUtTO'. TKNN -l at. IIi I b J, aeoo >
gv.w as 1ee1/b g erca-M. without irrslaliag tasa.Orlao cared .....", by Hellerd'. 8oo r Ualneat ,- n I Annual M.*tl0O.rmaa Baptut

tfe.*rr tk* t.asv. r Laxative Prod Ujrap aids dlf..- gear Os..o.. .CribeonCrtfllL.sirilee. . ,.'ltr... T"-" .". Mid May :79tv> I'. 4
eST et. Kin sb. der.h tuna aM atlsB.lat.. ta-. liver ad bow Feb. 1..1Jt.12. ..A..t.... J CASU (co. IAII".c(,., deal return limit Jen. *).

a tterpte$4e.rd tee. In fatt 4.ra krMr s eU wltkvoat .IrrttaiU taese onraoe like was tro B44 with MtU. la my "'.11. For foil ..lIIfo'......... .........1.. and '
plum a *r4l.ary celaank_ It d... Jt scow got *o bah I said ass bead
*et4e Ca, D'' aM ......... ... grip ...4 la anllit a a4Wsa Ott?. Oas battle of B.Hard'a .... tat.. to any point K.North end West- tail 0 4
write OKI IIEKHINO.: :
>' to take. J. W. MeCollaes A U....., ... freak VegetabUe' daily Lad oa or Flnr-
2 earl oW b W. H. gooJs .
Ida Pa...Bir r Ag .l, L. A :C B. F{., 'rte
!lprtWor Agrafe CoaI'.f Joheew.
.. protnpUdelivered.. VJ9 Weal Osy $l? 1''fI oovlllf.NUdlT1NC1' Ins.



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r, DAfti ; \' .THE; BOCkMAN BILL, "'AND' '1TS A farmer who has been at Santa

'.BOARD OF CONTROL loss, Cal./for several( year*', has writ

h..., --, ;ci., ......'U' "" .' I tea to a gentleman In this city Inquiring -

Dame Rumor bas It ihat several about the< prices of farm undo

}F Dftered at the Post Otto at GaI.-nn... members of the recently' adjourned: In Florida, and also desiring to know A Healthy Liver Makes

p MI eeocd--lMS anall natter.M. Legislature of Florida who took an something in regard to crops aod the

active part In the passage of'the how price' they bring. There i i. plenty of A Well ManHERBIN,
H. McCREARY: Editor sod Publtaber.
noiorloo Bookman bill, If not already and suitable for farming: purposes for

___ _W.- W ASHLEY.--_..AsMXslate....---,-_Editor.__' slated for membership on the Board of ale here, but there is no one1' who

i JESSE E. BURTZ. City Editor.! Control provided for by Bald bill, are makes an effort to boom such lands, Aittle
at least active aspirants for inch posi Judicious advertising' might
I LOUIS J. BRUMBY. Oen'l TraveUos Agent.
tlons. This board together with the brine many people from the North and

','Y F. M. PREWITT.Snpt. ComponiB Room. State Board of Education hat the vitally Northwest Florida.

Important rod highly retponsible
4.( .OPFICH: roaTJUt. BLOCK. perform of ; the litet, 'J
duty to selecting PR.1
icy w Main Street. ., 8. Tat. pso a 43'tI The State of Mississippi has declined iWR; ;
for the two. ,institutions of learningprovided /: he offer of Andrew Carnegie of 25.000

THe DAILY BVK,published every morning txccpt for:by the bill, besides various for a library for the State University, ..... ..... ...
Monday,delivered by carrier In the city,or '
malted to any part of the United State,pontage other continuing* official duties.Ijode provided the State would appropriatea PURELY TOGKTAXLK 'COMPOUND the ?MOST PERt -

' I freeforyyeye.rj$2.y: six ,111001111; {i.ij threeSDOntb the interpretation of the like lam Governor V.rdaman soys ) LIVER MEDICUfX KMOWN. Do not fill your system.

*!or 30 cent* for five wek trictljrli ie &etm.; ''offlce" and "officer" by our supreme . hat the State U abundantly able to with Calomel. Arsenic or Quinine. BERBINE U''a B jniwj" '.

advance. I court -In the osse of State es.rel. support the University.with any equipment teed cure for all diseaaee produced by a TORPID LIVES.

l' ... Clyatt vs. Hockey, judge 801'Ia., it The and IMPURE BLOOD. It Will cure MALARIA without lea.
needed Carnegie dons-
f Steading notice.In local column 10 cents a/Una ing any of the deadly effects of many dru&a used for thou
for Ant inaertloit,and 5 cenU for each additional 477, this board of control is indisputably ions have 'ltrln to them that are purpose. One bottle purchased today mar: ave you frog

insertion. a civil office and the members sometimes rejected, and the State of a sick spell tomorrow. Quickly cures BIUcna....., Constipation '

Kate for display advertlalng. made known onapplication. thereofare, civil officers. M.ii! .ippi evidently desires to be free Dyspepsia, Malaria Chills, and all UvwCerovlaint
*. Used and recommended by the medical profession
Section of Article III of Con.
5 our to do as they see til In regard to libra generally.A >

The TwlceWe Bun 1.an elcb&-pallelort,. stitution provides a. follows : ries.
column paper publUhed every Monday sod "No senator or member of the IIousu PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'SENDORSEMENT

Thursday! and conUhi all'tlie news of the of Representatives shall, during the Th. Burled Bell.

week local State and general, end will pa time for which he was elected' be ap Near the little village of Raleigh In Dr. A. J. Hannah leading physician of Umatffla",

s mailed, poatagt free, to any part of the UoltMeutecor pointed' or elected to any civil office England, there la a hollow, said to bave Fla, says: "I have been using Herbine in my practice
Canada,for f t.o..year-ta advastiy.: under the Constitution of this State, been caused by an earthquake centuries and am well pleated with the results. I always'
that has been! created, or the emoluments -
y.f, whereof shall have been increased ago, which Is said to bave swallowed keep some on hand, and think it; a grand medicine
All advertiaing bill become due after firt
Biliousness and Liver Complaints.
whole the for
up a village. Including
during such
,74 .ppe.nnc.of advertisement, nnleaa othcrwUe ,
n tlpulated in contract. Parties not known to u.win This provision of our organic law church. To this place the villagers of Large Bottle, SOc Avoid All Substitute

be required to pay for advertising ia ad. would seem to make It clear that no Raleigh were In the habit of repair-*
"'*occ. AddrcM, THE DAILY 8UN.04n.uVIu.a lug every Christmas morning, putting Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
member of this recent Legislature is
Psi. their ears to tbe ground and listening,
.$ ._,.. u_ __.. eligible for membership on such boardof as they asserted to the church bell St. Loula. 'V7 s. A.

'. The law prohibiting baseball and control ; and we have too much confidence ringing beneath them What was really -

In the devotion of our present heard was the bell of a neighboring
It stated does
fishing on Sunday, It not
Governor to his duty under the Constitution church, the sound being borne along
; go Into effect until July lit, 100J.
and laws to fear that he will violate I the surface of the ground. This cus- SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

either In the discharge of the' tom: was In existence, we believe, aa .
Russian leader General Llne- "W" :'JOHNSON Gain.es"V"i.1J..e_
: The. late as half a century ago-London ,
grave duty to appoint an absolutelyFair
'itch, It confident of victory In Man Tit-Bits.
and unbiased set of men on such
4 eburla. He possibly meant victory or I
death. board, regardless of the previously prepared Don't Coddle nnbfcer Plant. r-"''''''''''''''''''
slates that may be smashed Of all the freak remedies that are *

s Hon. Qeo. M. Nolan was nominatedfor 'thereby. ______________ sometimes proposed for nick' houseplants
mayor of Jacksonville In the second tbonei which a're recommended Ilf
You Insured
1' TEDDY NOT WANTED. Tor rubber plant are the worst. They
primary Wednesday,* Nolan had ,
1 run all the way from applying beefsteak /
1,303 totes, Toomer 1,186. Nolan's majority According to a report from Washington and cantor oil to the root'" to cott- C

87. _,___ It is evident that PresidentRoosvelt *- log the lenvei with milk. Hive your In a Company that is Responsible, Have a Policy Correctly

will not be asked to assist In the plant a properly prepared soil and Written With Liberality of, Policy Contract and the Company r
Pentaeola hat elected Charles II.
'1. peace negotiations in the Far East. miftlclent light and keep the leaves free .0 Pays Losses Promptly s
} Bids of that city by a large majority .
mayor .
When Admiral Enqulst was notified from dust and scalp and you will find
the rote being the largest ever remain Manila' no nermiilty for such nostrum a*
that he could only at
: polled In that olty. The election has twenty-four hours it Is said that the the**. Make It a practice to go over the You Are AssuredThat \
.h been the "muddiest" In the history off I plants dally) with n soft cloth and remove
Bear howled< and declared that the
the olty. I any Indication of dust scale or
r' President of' the United States was not I Insects.-Country Life In America. no serious loss can overcome you without yon have some

He hat aroused the ire of r rure.
the ,
The Pennsylvania Railroad, not to man. i -.. -. -- -
all the Russian navy that Is afloat, with
be outdone by the Lake Shore hat pat

on a train between New York and Chicago the tab-marine yet to hear from. :
that makes the run In tliteen And for complying with the neutrality PIMPLES .Fire Life Accident and Health Insurance.. ,

It of bitter ,
hour*-three hours less than the law he the subject a attack .

1N Twentieth Century Limited. from the C..,'. official organ. -1 trod aU III... of bI r.s.dt.. wbt.b final None but Reliable Companies Represented. .c
But Russian attacks are not very dangerous M .s nreood. b.c a. Ia."..asthtyat
t.... .... a I et I.pl.. oil .: ..ck.Y.ad. .. .
and If our pugnacious President .. lV.-\' a.e.rsl.lkay ail I.f.. sr.o..I.Na. ;
The Pensaoola Dally Newt la lightly ..\. .: Qt tk.r a.d nqo maadl
In error regarding the Sunday amusements can help make terms of peace, ....tor.ra.la M /'rl..ds.". to tan 7 fail a afl.....wk.a... Ie t.rl.._..':.:E1 A. lvi. CUSHNIAN: : i
law patted by the Legislature perhaps he can do something to createa L.l 0.Wi..... Ie sus .... ......_...J.I I )

ft.V.. 1&does not Include bathing on Sunday row. The fact I., Teddy would Justas Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA '
fight to make -
soon a peace. bust For
V.I Cleanliness next to Godliness) sod a
law that would prevent bathing would TM OowelgcANOrsavrawrto /oaOOMi "O"O"O000 I'

ha of-. 'no-- -avail.Gaynor ,._.... FAVORS GAINESVILLE.

The following from The Levy Times- i PARTIAL PRICE LIST OP
and Greene, who have been

making considerable trouble over be. Democrat the, published sentiment at of Branson Editor, Farmer expresses . s Whiskies Wines Beer and Milt.

Ing extradited from Canada, are now ,
i and the school board of Levy
in the hands of United States officers .
county. Brother Farmer la a gentle _.....al. ..... .. .
and wilt have to stand trial for their W..sslYi. r4M il-: EXPRESS!' PREPAID. Balk
Geods-Jap Free-Not
.or 1N Ma.e
of excellent principles and his pH h. ( .6' : Prepaid.
7 swindling operations on the govern man aal: wdl S.i.na.yoss ::: :;CII.... 0 hD Q. Me....... I Q1II Q\a. 11 Q\a. 11.10 Per DaDoD:
It ard.d of much worth
moot work at Havannah.Chicago opinion 'r.<< t : ....!.* MM***? Ce.. Chla.t. a*H.Y. !99 Ruattag Club Rye ......... ea H 00 t T 00 B,..OlD.COI'D. wood grads.Nelar .
"1& it be hoped that the State Board I HIES County His...... 1 110 se T 10 lloo per OaUon:
of Educ.Uon.1II rite above sectionalism 1AL!ALE, TEl.uel Moooerem Rls ..........390 110 100 Rye.01 D'b.IIOPer Gallon. ytae .aU U.HADH'I .

It bound to keep up with the and will locate the University of "U" a'......... 9 7t I 00 1110 'ae.Oln. Corn. Rum. Be.far: the lDODe,.
I times, although located on Lake MichIf 8oo1..Dt'OJ1a..1O II ttG II u Pe.-- Per Gallon:
instead Florida Gainesville, the best, cleanest ........... "14" Itn and ADDL. Brandy. Mellow
an, of the ocean. A few day Malt\Vblak. 971 I 00 .110 eel ....
and most centrally located school Peaeb 8r'aD4J.. .......... 9 75 8 00 9 10
.t they tidal that I FOLEY'SHONEYunTAR ".00 Per Dal1ott
ago got up a wave :
town in Florida. Reoo.alalnIO.lne.. APple BraDd. ........ 111 100 11110 Victoria Rye. Social Drops 117. Ked1cll1.
f eclipsed anything ever teen In freshwater .111.'. prior claims to this Institution Rolland Gla... ..... .. h. 1110 .1& .. q..ut
the wave rolling up about five Geneva Gin ......... .... 1 76 100 11110 LKP8T.LOUISBEER.: Per DoL

feet high and doing much damage aoprorer' the Levy County School Board and NonIII Carolina ConI. .. .. ..... 1M. 00 7 00 r---- Deer.. ... .. .......................II.._'_
Hoard of County Commissioners: ln Mountain ConI. 9 7. lOll 1110 U.PaJe . ... .... ...1 Oo
x along the water front.i ( ".maio.Ram.. ... .1110 .1& Tn BNndar ......... .. . ....... .. ..... I (n
session Monday, officially aigned a petition Medford Rum 9 ?6 .00 11110 ... ... ... ... .
--- -- : ... :.:,:: .. Milt. .U.4.r" ..... ... IfK >>
-- -- Drape llrundy. I" 100 .110 .. .
In behalf of Gainesville. Letthe Coburter.lmported .. ........ I op
i The recent wind aod rain storm Ant of Ke't'y. Bourbon l'ta .00 1110 Baaa Ab plana. .. ....... ......... *
college be located at Gainesville"The The erlglnai I Aaortneas ADdwed oa AU Goods of Same Oallul_ 8\Oa&Dlnta. ...... If>
ti that have swept over portions of WIs Price. Prices bJ the bbl 011 ppDnoatbnw.

cousin and Michigan were the moet LAXATIVE cough ,....,. .

.T sever for many yeart. The damage remnants of the Russian navy lA2ilirST. HANNE BROS J1CKSOSY1LL&
be scattered the Chinasea Tfcet .nulne
In Western< Michigan will amount tot seem to over ; FLA.7aa. .
and other waters of the East, carrying and TAR u ta
t (X),()()). At Lansing Michigan, on
Tuesday, ..8 Inches of rain fell. In on piratical warfare, on merchantmen a Te>Mw package. lUfnee saUUtate M. GaABAM. President II. E. TATLOB, Cashier

the eastern portion many building that arc caught on the high s>r.f..rd nly by Gee W lima. Vie -Pre ident Lea OBAHAM, A..,. Cashier
s were blown down. Peiley ea OexMpeiny* Ohl.....

1 ----- The Oosla- Star It trying to convincethe For Sale by J. W. XrCell ssJfcMCMAROWOMUi.('.. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK

The Industrial edition of The Penta
... .
people of Marion county that they --" --- -
oola Dally Newt, Issued Tuesday
need a new Man house. Hope he will ..
r taint eight pagea, printed on high be successful. Cott Fw... ..to..-.....: OF: G.A.JN"IDavrJ'L: : : .
grade enamel book paper, well illuttrated la.kayar .........__...", ,t__. ..
... _. .
trvtsaetaa. N -"--
and contains many faci andy Y.,,..,,.. .. ...... MNa... .. THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ALAGEtUA XT '
CITY ... ... .
Burs or OHIO or hi. --
; Bguree: regarding the progress of that LVCAS CoVnT.Frlak TOL.DO'I.. .... ..., ....t '

hustling commercial center .\. a J. Cheney make oath that he 5.a. .*.sex....tu.pt.1s B...Oes......bb... Capital. - - . S . . S . . . $VO,000 00 .

1 shipping point Pentaoole Is one of tb". I I. ..nior partner of the firm of .. J. vr .,.wU.-.aiL Kefea .. las Surplus and Undivided

leader of the South. CheLe7A Co., doing business in the ClunUt aa.- ....... Profits. . 30,000 00 'ri

Dote a.......lrauj >: a eaakl.g b.was wtUI .... '
elty of Toledo eooaty and State aforesaid .... rMIII. ..&1 se say Mat Y she alas Boost .
w r--.
The North American of Philadelphia and that said firm will the Merebsss.Oorpor.doy ate. Ll.eesl allow..
pay b ass al anawa AU kilos. ,"-", ..-.. "t"
dfervea credit for moch of victory ...mof ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS R.X.TAYLOR.Cashier. \

,....'1, scored ajalnet the "rio," lu 11,}* .ub and every ease ol _,.,,.ts that 'I PATENTSGASNOW . n __ ---- l
( that city whose eoone iloa with the r.i" ut b* cored hy the nee ..f H_tl'. :;v.'!

gas steal proved one of the most aentatloaal l'.a.urbOure. FRANK J. CUKXKY

events ia the history of the Quaker Sworn to before me ... sooeeribed Deus$-oa._ Dt: N ..== L1FE n B. F. JORDAN ,
In this tia ol D- N
my preeeae - .. = ...... --
0",. The North American followed e" .. er. A. D. 1SS6. ..." -" -. 1N A14COYwvwtta.A.d.r. ACCIDKMT IH ,. ,
f't, the expoeor of the plant of the (yaw). A. W. O LEA SON, sail wow Pols-_ star, .
Pmwo.11aU's .04"'" a....,..,...
ooapany aeeklog the oily lease withpledges ..... .i..t.. .e 4 pscs txlatw THE OLDEST H.t
Catarrh Oar (. taken : '
of 15.000.000 toward a ajadl- -.w .ama tr rMs
and, sate dfreeUy oa tae blood --C..-. s. urrl ear....-. 1KD BEST COB INSURANCE : :
oats to atop the steal and helped In the and ntncoas surfae Of the system wasf.t G. "

I4 light until Major Weaver woa. The Send for Mwtlmoalale' fre.. I Puma ,
r F. J. CHENEY CO.. Toledo O.
of the North Anerlean hat
had a tendency to boom lu ubeorip- Sold Take by Hall's all d Family raggUte.rUle Tie for eonstlpation. GAINESVILLE""

i thus ia that ell,. .... POSTER Buoot

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The q..*r __..... Tkat .,r. Mad.
PRACTICAL by I._.e P.r..... .uuej V. Reunioti

One of the manias which are! evidence : ,
HANGER by the Insane IC a desire to i ,
make a will. Of course' tilt_ documents -
are waste paper ns far as their LOUISVILLE KY.
House Paintingand legality Is concerned but the attendants ,

Decorating. and doctors treat thew lucunienta VERY LOW RATES VIA
with the greatest l'upt't..tu\ order to
House Corn' Galn"I\'IlIf', Fla. humor the demented (,N"ltUI"t'S.&lme '.
of those wilts would' be amusing SOUTHERN RY.$17.SO ,}># :
It It were not for the sad' condition ,
line of Paint and \"Ml Paper of mind of which they are the! outcome. I I
at lowest price to the trade. I tl.Vl>KSVILI.E: TO LOUISVILLE t
One man confined In an asylum left all I $17.80 I
I -1\11.1 l Ketnrn
his to the mikado of Japun
- ----- money on A
Daytona will be held June :22. t'OutlltJon'I. this dignitary\ : ; should via : Proportionate low rates from other points. Tickets will tlO> sold \
train will be run and a It the grave of the testator once each June 10. U, 13.: 13, with tltml limit JII..to9.. Can he extended until July "
be arranged to bt curried pro year and plant chry.a tht'llHn.11)On JO, IOCS, by 0 jpo! .i.uig ticket at Louisville and paying recur fiOcent*. 1;
It. The nMualnder of the estate 1 was to !
)., .. handed over to an Iran Binary charity The Official I I Route.sonville triendswilllesveJ"and-

htt of Pythias at Palatka ;, called the Brotherly. Love and Bountysoclcty. in IMCAI! through: I'll 11m..... coping Car and Diy Coaoh. l
for a grand time Ht th..ir 745 p, m., June> I'Jt, era Atlanta, ChaitanouKa and Lexington } arrive
celebration on Juno :221.: Another lunatic in a 1'nrUinu asylumleft LouUvlllrt 810p m.. J'nie IS. For artiouUr. reservations, eta., apply -
will be made music fur a will de,"Ulng the uliole! ) of his estate Passenger Offlce, U$ Vest Hay Street J C l.USK, t>. P. A., Jacksonville
: to the poHnetuiora or !Itotnntt< noses !, Fla.
a social hop Itivt'n. Re
re.ldlnjr In and near lnrU The rea ..t.. _-__.
will be served during\ the
eon for thin was that he li:id rather a
. ..
; and the occasion will t> one - - -- - ---
bandonie' nose of this .hili'| < and was
in the history of the order." constantly admiring It. similar bequest CLYDE: LINE:
-- -- ---- --- "
wan that of a patient who left his
Commits Suicide. roterty to en attendant doi-nune be
Co.. June 8.-F. D. Paulk. a MMmeitatxl' one of the tiKlleot nasal organs I
contractor of this place, the testator had ever soon
suicide here by taking lau One inan. who A\ns aftllcted with the
No' cause' can be ascribed to mania that he was sane but lJtllwd
It Is thought that he com- In the asylum unjustly devised\ n will
act In a moment of mental leaving 1 hla money to the .rorumlmilou-
Mr. Paulk was a mem' eni, of lunacy to enable them to nK
of the most prominent fam a large staff of men for the purpose of
: this county. visiting asylums and Hnccrtululug if
any w.nnnl"t \ In them without rea
( ( son.-New York Tlmee.
Deer Killed by Wolves. rra.r-'W"J: :: EBL S.A.JLJNGS:
Mich.. June 8.-Bark
IIKTWKKNJacksonville I
Tired ;
That Feeling.If
In the employ of the Tyoga : and New York, 91114

company which Is operating you are languld.dt'prf'd.lnoap- Calling at CIIAULKSTON, fl. O., both ways :
Deerton, 30 miles east of able for work It Indicates that your
that during the past two liver Is out of order turbine will a*- The Finest Steamship In the Coastwise Sertioe

have found the bones and sin nature to throw off headaches, '
of 84 deer. There Is no rheumatism and ailment akin to nervousness Clyd< New England and Southern Lines

that the animals were killed and restore the energies and Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and
during the past winter. vitality of round ani perfect health. PUOVIDENOE and All Eastern Points,
J. J Hubbard. Temple1'exas, writes Calling at Charleston both ways.
Bowen to B. Removed. "I have used llerbme for the past two SBJM..J-'W"mEXL: :: : Y S.A.TT.TISTQSSouthbound '
It than
years. has done me more good '
June 8. -The Dowen. all the doctors. It Is th. best medicine 1- . . .. . .From Lewis' Wharf Boston !
investigation la practically ever made for en II In and I..yer." Northbound.. ... . . . .. .... From Foot of Catherine ..., Jacksonville
Loomis Is to be exonerated of 60o. Hold by W M.. John.on.Deferred. .
,- .
aside perhaps from some Clyde St. Johns River Line
while Do wen will I
terminate his diplomatic ca. "What," asked the youth "was the Be>fvr.,e ri jA.OKUoNVii.uto and BANI"O"D

furnishing the press with happiest moment of your lifer Stopping at Palatka, Astnr, St. Francis Beresford (PeLand), and intermediate '
against Loomis Is the "The happiest moment of my life" Landings on B,. Johns Klver. ,
.' charge. answered" the sage of BaKerllle. "1s yet Steamer "Ol'l'Y.OF JACKSONVILLE"

I to When come. do yon expect It,.* queried the Is appointed to ..na. follows i Leave JACKSONVILLE Mondays. Tuesday
Agent Arrives. and Thursdays, 8 tSO p. m. Returning leave BANFOUU Uuadayi, ;
York June 8.-Enrique Cones Inquisitive youngster."When wedneidays and Fridays, 9 u80.. m. ,
-to ask fool
people cease goestlone"
minister of foreign relations Boutkbouad. Northbo' .a4
replied the philosophy dispenser.Chicago : ....acs ws M'IIJI'UI41 1U..s .
: and now confidential) :: News jj Leave 8:80 pm .. . . . . . .. . Jacksonville.. . . . . . .. .Arrive t0X am
< his government. the mis 8{ 6pm ........ . ... ...PalatkaBtOOam .. . . . ....... .. .I.eave StOQpnBifiOpm
is"E. Washington arrived here to Rag 11I_. ..AstortiBOam .... . .... .. . . .
will confer with President After all what's the ..! No matter .. .. Francis....... .. . . . 3tOOpmIrOOpm N
regarding the re-establish lose tn .. .... ... .. . Beresford DeLand) ......... ". . .
friendly relations between bow hard we may fight, we, ArrlvefliSOam..... .. HanfordIQiOOam. .,... . ........ ... . HtBOamIQiOOam
and the United States. the seemingly: end; BO' conquer.matter bow In the much end we we may are .. . .. .. Enterprise!: .'!...! ., . , .!.... _

wretchedly beaten; no matter how GENERAL PASS. AND TICKET OFFICE, 133 W. BAY JAOKBONVILLR

Dying of Famine much wo are In the pablte eye within W.O.rM, TPOKMONOKA,, JR.A-v U.a. P.... Aft.t W ert tier sr., ., n:*
ten...Jr rr.artt Areas O. P.WvELL.I uep.rrawadeeb
Its torments, like dying of eon two weeks after our death we are too .
The of dead to,bo talked about Tbere" A.,o'I..aQ".O' a.sei't..r.An..r:Y'ww oc. 'u.w.W.... e..rn..N..or..
I progress consump only one toe IB the world and that toBOW. 1'. UL Y I)1'. ()o.,
the beginning to the
very General General
Manager Agents
.Lawrence (Kan.) World. ;
I a long torture, both to victim cm! .Mbro e-k IhilUtBe.ll stew.......New YotkAir

"When I had .. _._ . . ...
consump ... .
D.. .. 0. ....... -- --- -- -
( first stage," writes Wm.My. Deed of roreign 'Trade Omce

rroe.. Md., "after try lag dif Whore would you prefer to go .. oar SE.A. J3 cDE D '.'
| .. and a good doctor In agent Toting Traveler-Well. If poealble -
last look Dr. King's New Dis. where tho native are regetarUae. .

which quickly and perfectly New To er. Line Railway.
.." Prompt relief and sore i:,
No Secret About It. coughs, cold., sore throat,
etc. Positively It Is no seers that for Opts. barns, .'
prevents . . ;Jb C/lC. . '" I
Guaranteed at all drag nlaer. fever sores,sore eyes, bolls,etc.,
Price 6Oo ar't tl a bottle.. Trial nothing U so effective at DaoU...'. Ar.
plea Ss1,.. "It didn't take long to
( Savannah Columbia Camden Southern
care bad sore I had and It ls all O. K. ,
r!. **...* !. .-..... "
for sore eyes writes D. I* Gregory ofIlop.
are not found In.;'oysters .,Tex. 35o at all drug el ores. Pines Raleigh Richmond washington
Sometimessaid a lapidary. > '
found In coroanuu. I once -- - ---

pearl. It wee the slae .of fUInsTI LLE'1t FATOItITEUEIWKT. Baltimore Philadelphia :
Its quality was good. It..
$ an oyster pearl, only It was a
/ <<. Cocoanut peerle are found New York
of the nut. It.. thought tS
7 are formed by the hardening ,

aura kind of flesh.crystallised They are tamer so or to Alachua Pool Parlors ,

pads are rare. They...
Threw Trains DatI "
a oyster poarla They are alee C. a....., rr.rkW. Elegant ) .
than oyster pearls hIDe Jeee
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\ Seaboard Florida Limited.: .

Til. m.tt. .t De....
tfclac that otrlkee the etraa. L+nat d IB the Porter Block, Booth Seaboard Express. : '

: ."... Swttsetlaad. sad .,... aid light.. Throe eatslawaller..
I ...... U tbe beUe. Met oa- Good ,sad proeape aad ooorteoo
aervtoe. The pobtle te oordially Invited SeaboardMail.
every b*'U bet when they are .H .
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for the waster aad wo hope for
rest then ceeaeo the infernal
diet from every ert 'am*. e, 1111 ERN PULLMAN EfUIPMENT 4
..aJbae and an oO.er kinds of .

wttlcfe! ply' for hirer efeerwtea. MISS n. mono The flZABOARp: FLORIDA LIMITED U a solid veetiboled trala, eons*
> they became a awreeetty eei posed ."'...'y: of sew tall.oa..q.lpmsl-Dining Oar, Double Prawingkooea "
bigtrware ee winter PftCJ>d BUepers.. "". .rooaI sad Obervatoa Care-operating between Hi. Aopstlae .
Get .... s>et render thsa gas and Jaekaoovllie So Mew Tort, via. Waeblagtoej' laving Bt. AogiMtlae. J
, palatable. NOTIONSAND IJiIO p. .. sad JaekeosivDIo,I rJO dally.s..ps .....s.,..

Cwt C.esu.nptlow.. ,.
Only Ijlne
Herrea. n..... Art..writeei Operating .

Hooey and Tar .U tho beet NOVELTIES.,, Dells Throat Pollmia. I'( d "- for eoogae, colds sad ....
t, ; tai il has .
I aaoer eared we> Snee..ser Is311&
j lei tae Ores ".....** Tea For fall larormttloei a.4 sleeper reeervatloa*sell oa aay_egeai Seaboard oe Os f
t..: t ...., of aojoao ..tag FeUy** write A. O. WAcDOaKLL,, H. O. *TON Ja. 4 s
10 Tar u4 at beta*satisfied. J. A. AiOIONS AM.. Oeaeral Paeoeag-t...... Paseeoger Agent* j1

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Secretary of Treasury1 '&$i.w' Visits pig 'War* .f .w .rl.* <. th. 1'- DcVERE B. MORRIS
Gate City,,of the outtr. SOSES WHERE AIL ELSE FAILS .10..'. SUtl M..t.. i JR. .

Atlanta June 8.-Colonel Robert J. ..Beat Couch Srrop Tut a Good, When a.. Chinaman: swear*' to tell the .DENTIST
tle la tiro Sold br truth be kneel! and : . .
Lowry. president of the Iwowry National dnmlfts. down a china I
saucer 1* given to him. The following' -
j bank U awaiting with much Interest iJ :
the arrival of 'hi* friend Secre e oath 1* then administered: "You shall I
tell the Office over Harass Eodel'a Pbcm 70-S rlnga.J .
truth and the whole truth. The
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tary of the Treasury Shaw. The colonel
tas advised that Secretary Shaw saucer .1* cracked, and If you do not Because .they are the best
tell the troth soul 1.will be
would arrive la Atlanta; Wednesraymorning Big' Find of Ptiosphat Rock. like the saucer your" when he break cracked the . A. CARLISLE, in the land for the money !

k about 10 o'clock. *on.llteJ. *re San Francisco, June 8.-A mlaerat'lacov.rT saucer. Other symbolic variations of ATTORNEY AT LAW
over the Southern railway Colonel ha been made In Baa the Chinese, oath are the extinguishing Ask you dealer for'the

1 Ix>wry said that he did not know how Diego county that may be worth mil- of a candle or cutting off of a cock's And Solicitor in Equity "Sunny Jim" Shoe and insist .

t long Secretary Shaw would be his lions. to California.. Phosphate rock bead-the light of the candle representing on getting.

guest but he hoped' that, the visit ha been picked up a* float near Bscondido -:|1: the witness'. soul and the fate .of Real ta&e, Conveyancing and General

'Would be a long one Colonel 'flI17 and .samples hare been for'warded 1 the cock: symbolizing the fate of a Practice. All business promptly
attended Office door Baa
: first met Secretary Shaw when In to the state mining bureau for perjurer. to. next to MAX KRAUSS
Office. QAiKxrrn.u FLORIDA. ,
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1897 and.1898 ha became such a'prominent examination. The vane of phosphate)I I I In certain' parts of India tigers and .

1 figure' In the public eye. einse rock 1* tat It eontahw fertilizing ma-I:!)I lizards' akin take the place of theI RepresentingE.
'"tt that time the acquaintance has ripen terlal that. e&D. b* used for enriching I I I Bible of Christian countries and the JTERD1NAND BAYER.ATTORNEY .

ed, Into a mutual bond of. friendship.: the: oL If tbe rook 1* a* rich as Is penalty of breaking the oath la that AT LAW. A. WEIL &. CO. ::=
In one case the witness will become ,
F Not knowing the secretary' plan; supposed and the deposit 1* large the QAIBBSVILLE,. FLORID,
the of and In the
r Colonel Lowry was unable to make reanlt of this 1, prey a tiger WHOLESALE SH'OESor
: discovery nay be to add |I I that his body will be covered with
any arrangement for Sis entertain great ralue to the mineral
output of scales like a lizard. Can tell city (improved
your property.
ment In the of reception or' : All Deseriptleas.Sole .
way any this tte.
In Norwegian courts of law the pre- and ). phosphate,
thing of tbat sort lude to the oath proper -la a long tracking and farming lands. Send him

I 200 .. From. ... Colorado. homily on the sanctity of the oath and a list of what you offer for sale. 2H2n.
Fruit Grower In 8elon the terrible consequences of not keep-
% Boston June Wholesale desertions Agent MONARCH and SOTEB-
Adalrsvllle, Qa., 'JuneThe fruit !lag I It. When the witness Is duly BAKER.
are being from the cruiser W.E.
F grower of the north Mellon of the Colorado II I I crushed by the sense of his fearful responsibility ETON QUALITY Shoe. Every
In port here because of alleged -|
Hate met here about ,200 strong from harsh treatment on the part of 1 the oath Is administered ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, pair warranted...
the east and west of'the state north while be holds aloft his thumb and "
the officers of the skip. Six of the . SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. . .
q' of Atlanta. Colonel I* A. Dean of I fore and middle fiugers as an emblemof J. Manasso. Agent
men slipped overboard from the cruiser -
Rome was elected chairman, and Mr. the trinity. ,
O. R. Casey secretary: The day 'want with llfe-preservers and swam 'I In an Italian court the witness with OAINESVILLE Alachoa Co., FL>.
ashore. Probably no ship la the bit right hand renting on an open Office 'in Endel Block. .
pent In discussion of and
The Florida
United State navy ever anchored at! Bible declares, "I will swear: to tell the
means of aellidg'and shipping the
this port has bad so many desertions I truth the whole! truth and nothing but
crop. The .Idea of a central 'comml"'jtee and It Is estlmsted that the number the truth." Mohammedan: takes DR. J. U. ALDERMAN, Fruit and Truck GrowerL.

to sell the crop was on being put. has reached more than 200. the oath with bin forehead reverently
tbe chairman lost. Colonel M. I.
by; ,
resting on the open Koran lie takes J. BRUMBY, Editor and Prop'r,
: Johnson made a motion, which warn DENTIST.Over .
his Bible" in bill band and. stoopinglow
A Thousand Dollars' Worth of Good.
adopted, to APpoint'a committee of as If in the presence of a hlgberpOWf'r

wft five to see to the proper Icing of car "I have been afflicted with kidney slowly bows his head until It One Year. . . ..... ...... . ...1.00
at Icing stations and to Inspect the and bladder trouble for years, paining i touches the book which to him Is 10.I Duttoa Co' BaAL OalaeaTtTs:

fruit on arrival at six or seven of tho gravel or stones with excruciating I spired.In Slagle copies . . . . . . ... 10

principal market. pain," says A. H, Thurnes a well certain parts of Spain the witness

known coal operator of Buffalo, O. "I when taking an oath crosses the thumb Ds QORDON B. TISON.

Master PIVmbers In Session. not no relief from medicine until I began of one hand over the forefinger of the A handsomely illustrated magazine

Atlanta Jane'I'be first session taking Fole,'. Kidney Cure ; then other and kissing this symbolic, If DENTIST. devoted especially to the interest of

of the National Association of Master the result was surprising. A few dotes primitive, cross, lAY". "By this cross I the fruit and vegetable growers of
swear to toll the truth. Florida.A .
Plumbers were held at the Grand started the brickduitlike substance

i Opera lloune Tuesday, If the other' aDd now I have no pain across mj kid Offlee In Miller Law ZUcbanae.OAIBMVILLS. special trial subscription of six:
days of tbe convention go off with the nays! and I f*..I1ike l a new man. It has Huge Task. months will be sent on receipt of 23

same harmony and good spirit u the !I done me $1.000 worth of good" Fore,'. It was a huge task to undertake the FLA. eenti. Stamps taken. I

first day, the twenty-third convention Kidney Cure will cure-every form of cure of such a bad case> of kidney dii-

c will go on record a. tbe most harmonious kidney or bladder disease J. W. MeColl ease as that of C. F. Collier of Cherokee TilE WEST END

It,, In the history of the association u in A Co. la but Electric Bitters did it. mm COUNTYIIII,

Disagreement there was and w He writes : "My kidneys were so far FINE WINES. LIQUORS 4 CIGARS

*, plenty of It, In much business that A .....t.. nrl.... gone I could not sit on a chair withouta JOHN MENZIES Proprietor. Alachoa county is 806,400 acres in
K*. came up lot consideration but it was When the DenVer and Illo Grande cushion and suffered from dreadful area has 248 miles railroad 800
; Ill lit W. Bar n..JaekaonT&le, Fla
to build through the Ilocklesengineers miles road. M
prepared wagon poato1Ueea.J23 .
., of the kind that tends to help rather backache headache and depre..ion.la .
t said the canyon of the Arkansas public schools, 27 phosphate
than hinder the delegates In their de
could never' be penetrated its Electric Bitters, however I found a Faust beer bottle and draoght. Don't plant, 20 saw mills. t7 ,ocx> courthouse

: t liberations. entire length. There was one spot In cure, and by them wa restored to per- fail to call on me when in Jacksonville five newspapers, and produces

4 this awe Inspiring chasm where there' feat health 1 recommend this great - -- --- '--'--- ----------- corn, cotton rice, sager
Carnegle'a Money Not Wanted. oat., rye potatoes, pineapples or-
was not for roadbed either bole medicine to all with weak kidneys
room a on
Jackson Miss., June Governor IF YOU LOVE YOUR cages peaches, pears, plums pecans -,
James K. Vardaman made the statement stile of the stream. The wells of the liver: or stomach." Guaranteed and all !kinds of vegetables..
canyon carne down to the swift currentof bj all druggists ; price b0c.fll.a.ee..5 .
that the board of trustees of the the ArkaniiAS without foothold for a WIFE DON'T
r State university had turned down the Gainesville (the County Seal
man on either sl ; offer of Mr. Andrew Carnegie to give suggested n banging brltlno suspendedIx'tvroen That man was laughed at who oa
b + the trustees $2R,00 provided a like the walls of the canyon.; The his first voyage saM that the ocean ROAST HERBy Has fourteen churches, two public

amount wa put up by the state fort bridge was built with supports liubwlilml did not look so large as he supposed schools, the East Florida Seminary,
the purpose of building and equipping In the solid I rock and across It It would, but lie was not alone In experl < compelling her to bake the family private schools, three newspapers
United States land office, the best
bread the hot months.
a a library at tho late university. thus heavy tritnacontliiental l train. flit <*uclog dlnappolutinent. The horIzon during summer water fire alarm system, eleotria

Governor Vardaman stated to the Associated daily, with nothing but the slender ,,|i at sea gives no idea of the llmitlwH Bay your Bread from and gas lights, two ice factories,
1i 1'1'that he thought the Ironwork "between the river and the water beyond. A sea captain declare machine shops. three wood factories

F tats of Mlnsisaippi( was In puHltlon to top of the canyon. 2,000 feet above that the average landsman! cannot ..Keystone Bakery.. cotton gin, two moss faetorl.a.three ,
supply the university with any equipment (front Iron brace, which look almost see more than tea miles from the railroads, two fertilizer man
: that 1I".dtld.KIII.d ililer-llke In the vastness of the canyon ship In any direction and It would It's a laving of time work and money. ufacturing companies one flber
have teen thrown across the hive to be a mountain or some stationary Fresh Bread Delivered Daily manufactory, one rectifying turpentine

Companion With Bat. gorgr, ''being anchored securely In the object for him to be able to distinguish To all parts of the city. Also Cakes, stocked plant stores two embracing banks, and well'

ulitt-r side" *. Huge cables depend front it. The masts of a ship aresaid Pies and every other production of in the commercial line.everything
Amerlcu, la., June 8.-4>rdy Tar. tees, braces, holding a long Iron bridge.Mlilrh to be visible to the naked eye not the modern, uptodatebake
Tt'f. a youth of 13 or 14 years, wa* In extends not screw but parallel/ more than five miles. shop.

dieted for murder by the grand Judy with the course of the river.New It. T. SCIIAFER, .....'rlf..r KryiteneUakery. THE SUN
and In Jail. Several month J .. .
placed York Trlbnue. r Lied S. Child.Jenny
those. Ie:;.
ago )umig TUT ver during the progress LJnd ss a child of three years
F of a bull lit rue killed a youthful companion The Cllr "I ... I was the lark of her parents bouse. Asa --- ------ -- JOB PRINTING

,' Atisultm, Oliver, with a baseball You in IBM exhaust yourself; looklog t girl of nine she attracted the attention

bat In a schoolboy scrap Tarter lit !alias and gazetteer for the city of 1*. I of all lover of music and entered Matbusbek Pianos DEPARTMENTMakes

;' has since b.*eu out on bond, ,anil the IKK-JHIM It Is purely legendary hereIn the Stockholm conservatory .. a pupIL

finding\ of the Indictment was a sur I n brief statement of the legend: Her continuous studies at so tender an ,

prlae. to itiHiiy citizens Hew III be "Tlie' nirtgnltUvnt rlty of Is was sltu- age caused the sudden loss of her voice' ,
u"x alai \11th., roust of lUittauy wherenow sod for four full years she pursued her' a Specialty of All Kinds
tried for murder<1 I this week. YoungOliver NOTED FOR SWEETNESS A1 D PURITY ,
"U th.. 1'01nf former Pull'eInlin la the buy of Itouarnrne It theoretical and technical studies when N
+ John 1 U Oliver" WH4 tuillt below the l I.Vtol of the sea I suddenly the<< full sweet sounds came OF TONE:, POWER ANDDURABILITY. or Plain and Fancy

OIK! surrounded by massive walls. I back to the delight. as every one
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Here In the fifth century was the I knows, of tboiiAanUs for many years.II .
Gets a Thirty.,"" Year Sentence .
court of the pious King Gradlon; and t -
'% llrl< *?.,,,it. "UI11Junl!' K.--Thlrty* of Ills wicked daughter Dahut who I tI ..*.. CommercialJob

Ate years' Imprisonment| .as the sentence bad a pleasant> habit of throwing tier Woman of the IIous. (banding bins a Beat pUeo for lids trrlo cUma'.. stands la '
3 Impott-d by Judge Reed on suitors Into a well when their society plate of C'OIIIr.r' -You look Ilk. a taw looser tbaa others.eowtrue ted of
. luau who bat better da .. Fon- awn _,.rtaJa..tad B lAOnard It Olamoud, who pleadedguilty liocume tiresome. One of her favorites 'I seen .
''; to burglary and criminal as- asked her tu obtain for him the silver dry Uretts-.Yes'm. tban'_. I have.There wortmaashlp UP to date otoMlaabl. Printing

y- soult. Olamouil' \ ,rented after aIn key which fastened the sluice gates lathe was a time, ma'am. Wen I wouktbare detail ad every iJs.orated. -

house J.'orot. ix-cupled by two city wall l\ahut accordingly stole i blushed to band snob a layout as .

hr women, one aged '73 yeara and the the key from her father's neck while be this ti I dog'--Chieago Tribune. .For.
other 76. had been entered by a burglar slept, the lover>> uula.ked the gntee and Sold by us continuously for .
R._... '..
Md one of the> wuinrn antaulted.U the sea ru'heU In and overwhelmed the I
was salt' In court that the woman city nud Its Inhabitants. Including the Church Worker-Would yon assist us, '
had lost the sight of one cye aa a result l'riU.1I., Only the" king escaped. The good sir to send a missionary to the OVER THIRTY TWO YEARS Business Men
n.n that the spirits of cannibals )lr. Uotrox-Notmocbt! I'm .
Y. of the assault, prasanU say
the drowned still haunt the spot, and vegetarian But I'll assist you to send without a single failure. If ton
ck the. bells of the submerged city are them some easily, digested cereallI'ock. want a piano for a lifetime's Professional Men ..,
N 'la
Diver Broken .
often heard ringing at low>> tide. ., .. service buy 'heMathushek.
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Xloultrle. OA.. June 8.- Hanrey Rod
win. the 17-year-old! son of Mr*, M. R Cured of Bright' Disease.Deo. . Llrrd .. w.Tbe ..-. T Manufactories Etc

Godwin of Moultrle. waa accidentally A. Sherman, LUbon Red Mills. Tramp once lived oa water .
lady, for fix month The t..ad.r-YO'lt Pi.*.. ss tow sa .. .......*a% with .."n.ea. .
killed while la batting In bridle cre >k. I.awrence County N. Y. writesi "I ton't look | .,. or_ .*.. ....... Seat am ISirlal ..,..
fc near Chastaln. lie, with a number of had kidney disease for many years and like it. How did yea manage sow pr rreidM. writs Legal Blanks on Short Notice.The .
It? The sal Jo .
Trainv--l was a *
i, boy, wu ruonlug and jumping into had been. treated by physicians for foe vrfee TODAY,

.,, the water oa their heads. As Godwin twelve years t had taken a well kaown Great aDd formidable among men .. following letter from one of ear
was making (he leap he slipped sad kidney medicine and other remedies mall order eat tome is
the power o! laughter. Wo man la preof I ri self-erplaaa*
fell too near the edge; tae water being Ludden & BatesSouthern fury .
that were recommended but pot no relief against Its srlL-l opardl. I r

very shallow here, his neck was until I began; cuing Foley's Kidney --- i H. H. Louisville, Ky., Feb. 27. 190.
broken and b. died lastantly, Cure. The flrst bait bottle relieved A Dad Scare. Gainesville., Fla

mo and four bottles have cured so* of MusiC House Dear Sir '
... IIItt w.P... Some day you will get a bad scare, the printing
L this terrible disease. Refer I began matter la. do* time, sad will thus
when feel I Ie ) say
pain bowels SAVANNAH
N I don't JOG a Jour
Mr. VHseguy- want anyotrhoa.aaaag'ea. taking. Foley's Kidney Core I had to OA It U perfectly satisfactory. I like she feavelup.a
In afraid and tear dlold.. Saf.' tin la
of trl- al' ,
; make wale boot every fUieea tula- so much.! Many thanks for
t 'ddu.. The Butcher:: assure yea u..... day and sight and passed a Dr. Klrag's New Life Fills, a ear cure, JOHN D. MURPHY, Mf.DTAI1I.JSBED . your prompt *tt..tfoa la filling order

tb t'V. M danger ef trichina ta these brkok-du. eabetana, and sometime a for all bowel sod stomach diseases, a 181. TIMan lnal,.
;i, '" M.*.<.*. 5T. Wteegz.y-W.U, hydrepbobU limy subsiaaee. I bH.v. I wo.kl su h as he.da b*, bUIoca....., costiveness. Ms*. M. C. ComtTjrsrr.
' ., tbea. If just a Ud-Cter- hu. died if I hat net taken Folev'aKMo ei 4. (Goaraate at all drag.gist. GAITHER i BRYAN, Stile Aj'tj r.

,{ ud J..IS.... "yCur*." J. MtOallom A Co.: .\I only fie. Try them. TAXTA. FLOKUil ,Oaul.nUl.t r Sew, Fla.orders so THE 8U% .

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ROl I with Its claws as It fled from Its IMPORTANCE OF CARBON. \
'W 1' DISASTER suer. pur'j I Gainesville & Gulf Railway Company ,

Subsequently It transpired!! that where \Vlihot It or its ialTleot w. ,
aJCcESS' TIMES FOLLOWS SEEM. the bird had been was a dried upstream Could Have 5fo Arc 1.1.".. I ..

ING ILL LUCK. and contained gold dust and The: electric are light n" now so commonly Time Table in effect, April 9.lOOO.
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small nuggets In large quantities. \ used I la produced by the passageof --- : t.. H. .

t... Ilaiusgjte harbor was once flooded a powerful eloctrle current betweenthe No. 'o. 3.
How Bak. 1'elrole.n.. Deposit with a mighty shoal. of mullet and I, slightly! separated end. of u pair of Daily "t' t. No. 2. No. I. No. 8'' ..IllyExc't
We** Discovered Dylosf Seal D'.. carbon*'. ii twelve D..l,p Daily. : !o3TAT10N8. IAU,. u..t $Zti p, ,
when the dock gates were opened to allow ttirtiou rotl' nr > >oiit i i .
.. .a <..ape XOB>O'. Gold Secret.Tfc 8und. C
a ship to pass Into the Inner basin mhos I li>ijj! jiu.l from tluvo-rightbs to I tJQq'. i:
Orlcla of Tinted Ihtper i I tiLv
the flab followed, and tbe basin became one-half iuoh ta tllaaictn. |.l'a.-iM very
thick with them. tloaH.v end to cml lu 'the lamp.; The I .
The Baku petroleum; deposits, wblcbbare A MII.v; a M( lv A M: Ar. P lid At I" M At PM ,
h.inUm H fill o"u' 'I l rutted that
When lamp n.fs
yielded l millions of pound 3' worth the tide went down the authorities ,. '74b 2 ilS ,. . .. I . ........,N.irOeld . .. .... .... .. 120 810
lane oil. are situated In Russian Caucasus. bad the dock sluices opened and wlt'u10 ".' '...t:1, : B the upper 1 M t 2 i)8 . . . , . . . ....Irvine ........ . ....... ..' 107 800ROO
the water drained off. Over twenty; "Il. b w. wiI I'b t always t....da the |K>*1r 1- 12.5 . . . . . . nUu'Iar"l'au' . .. .. ..... .. 100 6MI
cart loads of mullet of two pounds tit .' ':"'. I".T.,1" _t11" : .,,- >iy thIfy ., 81)6 I :: M I. . . . . . .taoutheide.. . . . ... .... .. 12r5:. 6 bC. pmt
'Years ago a number of cattle were weight and upward were taken away U'II.I of 1 !.*:.-t i .- ,.J.ut a-, *n i'I i us the 8 10 '13\1 I' . . d..... HIckmal , ......._ ... ..... 12 to 5 4R ,
placed .on spveral' tracts of laud well el;. el 't.' tt. ., ut I* ctll.1: 11 tl i the cur 8 16 3 10 . . ,.... ........:'hake Hlln.ctotJ . . .... .. .1:1: 45 64''b
covered with herbcge. The animals.bowever from the floor of the basin and theirsale lx'n-s nr 1\1': .\f""aUJ-- see .l anted, abut S 8'J 33l) . .. . . . . Jt.Annpy . . . . ... .. .... 12 80 58K 'i.
refused to tl't'at first but brought to the coffers! of the Harmful HU t.; ;h'> ,. ",f n "... !irmlng: a lt4 3 40 i. .. . .. . . ..Tlt.oom . .......... .l20 t.108.u it
e council ueurly Lo 0i>. I. !'L. o'ot'trlc) ;3 4i: t . . . !I. . . . . .. 1:1: Jft 61.810 .\
later. In their hunger, they ate up the A piece of blue dropped by accident g/ ) 11 bjn'h, \"* ; .. iii, 13M I. .. . . . . .KlrttwC\txl.I. . . .1210 61')
Braes r&'enously.11! of them wt'fe.. into a vat of pulp was responsible fur .-1\1.1.. .to fatal \\: :: .ri'-nt i'lr. 8,3 : 415 I. . . ,. .. . . awhoata. . I. . . . J2(0 6'916 \
taken'Ill_ and a number died. the prixliu-tiou _of blue tlutt-d paper, ..re..1. 'I't.:1,..,rj;: J Ri '.l' 1". ?tit" tl.1I1 ClthIt. 4 40 . . . . . ... .Itocly Polut. . . . IJ 43 44) 1
; 1\ ,,' Lrnt. fbaa I ':.t' "IIrUIIIm' :, ..SAr'IOI' ) I . \ 1280 11)lltI
The cause of their death puecled the and to tills slight disaster the foundation ; 9 "I . . ..tillucrr1ilo.I . . i
,' 'l'lldd.r 11I'.tml b''i\ 1 lt IIIC'Ul' ) ) L. IS ib Lv 8 SO 9 :.IU WIOAl' ,,800 P '
owner for some.time. In the long run i of a great industry Is to be ,.,w''I1'nt,1, : l-y ",t'm"+ .".' .i, il 'ii of n 8.\ b to "tS 53 I. . . . . 1\ntuy . . .I R tS' 8 to flat

be discovered, with the assistance of an trnowl.Hie the nlr nv urtlntafllR'l' 'n! !tV-: fo-ri of 1t (a) 8 M 1 06 . . ......... Cyril\ . . . . N to 8 80 160IY
Englishman, that below the meadows wife of William 1II"'t." n poor paper : blunt 1.0'111"1 the :. '11" h"-1\ : 20 I 7 03 7 U I' ........ . .Orahtttll. . fI Bl: 9 S2 18C ;
maker dropped n blue bug Into Olin 1240 7 15Ar, ': 2A: . .H4ml''u :0 910 110
rich oil th 4JiM 1\ "t" \.i'*
? !
were spring which caused the aWI1), -imp: \ t.- I.
of her husbund'w", pulp vats and ns a rno'l-ih . . . . 9c.o 10 Ito j. . }'alatll.a.H. R.l'1t1..1". ht l' 600 a ..... ..
grass to be poisoned! with paraffin. The result the pulp animncd a blue tint. upper tT.e ilowiiwunl JH .t I ft . . .j.I ... . .. . . . . -0 . . .. . .... .. .
Ion of bIB cattle brought a fortune.A Kant: considered. the paper to l-o ngruve Ii> nialntalu the \pet: r.* '' '-n.; 1. . . . a .48.8 45 I . (."lteCUy. U.8.A F'. .1104 I' 7 41 .. .. ..
summer or two back a pea wall on pecuniary loss' but when he rent The vnrbonx nw not lie ;r.*I "''i in'1jr.the : . . . ,1.,1 i I V 1f) 8.A.L. . ( 1 HI p.. ,
upHr| t 'the Suffolk coast wa""*, blown down during It up to Ix>n.. 1 <-..nvr. . ......,. S 55 al t :i ) H. A 1'. . 11 s'') a. IS.O, .. . . r 1.

a strong gale and when the tiderose ket. Indeed, it Itoounie HO popular that "crater." ordinarily\ ?11 ti: .:. i-.i. ;,'Vc! t . i 3' _. 7 f b 1'[ ........AU.nb,1 C. of Ua. ,.... 7 M O a g ou .. . . )
many acres of low lying laud were. Kant was asked. to. supply more. He of it u ,Inch In diameter. 1 N f "l I i in! II' At PM\r: AMIAr PMI LYA1I.L.PM.. . !
flooded by tbe 't4 tea. Tile farmer who did mid eventually made a great fortune end tho jrlowlnR! roiicatir' ,.!. -if

rented the land In and In out of his blue bag"' paper.A i-t t'.11' t Oalnolull1. and Fairfield unda -
were despair, : which emits the pwnitrr \p'irt Trains 3 and 4 do not run between nn ;.
order to save their crops they started chemist Nuremberg was pourIng till light. In lights", of Ui,,> 11-11." .>..-.t'somethlui 14. E. BARKER. nt''f'ra! 1I1'rln''n''M.'

draining the water off. I out some' jKjxisfortls from a bottle : like half n h 'r""I"" | !'" "'i' ->fI" en J.o'. J.Ut.141, A'l'n&:: J. D. WATKIN, General AIt..na. Y

Two' days later the water sodden : wlifn a few drops fell upon a pair he had of cl'g3.:: nnfiitratwl In this little crater : --- .- - . _. - - ..---" - . -. .. --,
gold! rimmed spE'l't8l'1'S.'hkh I" limited
and Its' temperature only
meadows were a sight wonderful to e-I recently purchased. hy tho vaporization of the carton.! Cnr- Take The
bold.- They thick of I Atlantic Coast LineFOR
were one carpet 'That's a catastrophe, he called to bon being the most refractory; nub-
fine mackerel 1 A big school of the fish I his wife. "I've upset some aquafortis stance known the teniporuturo ut the

bad swept In through tbe breach In the on my newicpes"' crater IH the highest yet priMlucetl artificially ALL EARTHLY POINTS

embankment and been ''carried to the "IIiii It spoilt themV' was the reply. and ranks next to that of the Via Via Via
Held by the Incoming sea. "Well," mild the (chemist "the glass sun. 'u Is fortunate that nature has \1"11\ i Popoftt Dupont. or t l+
H S Sou thfltaeatklp \W\ est t
N orth ast t
The farmers hired scores of carts to In corroded where the fluid touched It. provided us with such n *ul>.Rtunco n* or or 0 .... .yltl. sn4 "r?

collect the mackerel, and within twentyfour Then an Idea struck. him and gettlu carbon, combining, an It ,does the. highest Jao&'utu. Jael..w".IU. UonwomerrRapid f, s

hours the fish bad been packed a piece of window giant' he endeavoredto ; resUtiiiu-e to beat \> Ilk tho neit>''.
Into boxes and were en route to Billingsgate. I etch thereon. He succeeded after vary elii-trloal I conduct I II)'. Without Transit anti Unsurpassed Service

where they were sold for : many failures. Hy drawing designs oil II carbon or nu tilvalentmid| none ,U. Time Table' in !Tet April 16. 1905.

,over 000.Starving. the glass' with varnish and applying known-we could hare no are liht.Clwrles : .- For UAINE8VILLE Arrive FromIntsrobanffsabls
ill clad and bootless Robert I acpjafortts be made them appear as ou 1... ItriiHli In Atlunllc. Depart_ ____' ___ ,..,. -_., _. q' .. __. ....''_ _- -__ r .,__

Hyams, a boneless Jew wandered to a gray background. For many years 8.VUpm lUab Sprtags' andlnter 8-00.-;; zWil7

tbe top of a lonely bill on tile Yorkshire be kept his secret' close and made a STOP IT. .1"I mediate loInta Dally ,

moors. There: was a strong gale blow. ; small fortune) out of his designed glass., _

.Ing from the east and to protect himself Pearson's. London Weekly. Boasting of what you can do insteadof 12tlbpm I Ocala. L..bu'K; and Tampa, and 1s40pus

from the cold blast be entered a doing It.Thinking. Daily Intermt'dl.a.l'olo'. Daily ,

big abed of wood and gorse on tile summit THE PRICE OF TORTURE. that lite..U a grind and not 2OOpm Palatka JaokloD.m.. llUpm rq '

which was used to store fodder'for worth living.Exaggerating. \ Norah East aDd Wen '
Dally Dally
tbs abeep. 11:1........... Cewtwrl r..I....... and making mountain

Stepping, through the, door which wed the c.... Thereof. out of molehills.Talking 1:106: pm High l prlnp. Wsyorose aysnnah Brunswick 1111 pm

opened to the eastward. be was aston Among the monuments of superstition continually about yourselfand Dally L Albany Atlasta an Points North, slant West Dally
ished to find Inside over sixty wild which exist to this day tbe trawl ,..

ducks: half stunned but quacking vlo- er sees the "witch towers," the torture : your affairs.' I'J I 8.U...
lently. lie slammed the door to and chambers and the collections of Instruments I Haying unkind thing about acquaint- I

started catching the birds and wringing of torture In various towns on snces and friends. Dally
their necks. tbe continent-notably at Nuremberg Thinking tbat all the good chances<< --- ----....----.._-- ... ,

The: abed lay right In the flight Hues natlsbon. Munich and The Hague. But and opportunities are gone by, ': ,,
Of the myriads of wild docks that come perhaps nothing brings tbe system Thinking of yourself to the exclusion Oan'L urlh Spring \ DaAye

to Britain from tbe north and flying more vividly before as than tbs execu of everything and every one else. =.) .n. ltoaMJa, f
Four of to what would do :::.:-::." _
Speculating ss
low In their hundreds, !some of them tioner's tariffs still preserved. you
of Cornell In .1..'. aDd do MI1.a,. Tlaksta, good over UJOOO nUsa of among the prln
bad entered the door of the abed which these may be seen In the library some one your
sips) railways In the Southern flutes are on tale l"y the prlMlpal agents,
bad been left by the shepherd. university and among them especially best Inyour own. !
Through Pullman sleeper Port Tampa to Nsw York, via. Atlantic CoastLine d' .
and stunned themselves on the rear that issued by the archbishop Gating Idly' Into tbe future and also via Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Rall.a,.
wall.Hyams. elector o( Cologne In 1757. On four dreaming about It Instead of making Eliot complete Information, call on

sold tile lucky haul for a sum printed folio page It enumerates In tbe most of the present. J. A. GOODWIN. Ticket Aijant, Qalna.vlll*.

exceeding IS, and with this be was able Qftjr-flvs pars graphs every sort of bide Longing for tbe good things tbat others Add,...t ,

to clothe himself respectably and thus eons cruelty which an executioner have Instead of going to work and FRANK O. UOYLHTO.N. PI. r.... ,,".. W. D. 8TAR Tray P.... Ag_.
And employment. could commit upon a prisoner with the earning them for yourself,-Hucce"*. IM W. Bay st., Astor liutldlog. JaaksoatIlls, ...a. ,
On the beach which fringes the precipice sum allowed him for each, and for the H. M. EMEHHON: Traf. Mfr, W. J CHAIO, 0... Psas.Wilmington. Aga? r
below Cape Nome there U now a Instruments therein repaired. Typical A Herrl_... N. O. WUnilagtoe.f.0.

prosperous city peopled by .to,()()() miners examples from thla tariff are the following The terrors of the deep were perhaps _. ._. .._.. ---- -.- -.- _. -_. -------........ .._..
but at one time, and not so very : never more tbrtlllngly set forth than In :

tone ago the spot was uninhabited. Thas..... Ulb.J. tile description by' a young lady' who SOUTHERN RAILWAY.Effective
The discovery of tile gold In the district Tor .....Inun..... with last year made her first trip abroad. tt,
four horses .................. I Hi
and Its ultimate prosperity was for qaartcrlnsT ..... ... She kept a diary very much says tiNt April 10, 1903.ABEUYALft .
eftttrely doe to a seal. I. for beheading and burning .. I M New York herald Ilk. that of Mark
Two American hunters bad woundedthe 1. For strsnslinsT sixl burning.. Twain when for seven days he recorded .
I YisUbsla Tnl. Fast (.. la :r.. 10 JterUa ea4 Weet. Ica I'
... wood
S. For .11I". tbs pile of
strange creature and It led them a the fact that b* "got up. washed and ,
and kladUns- ................. tt
pretty dance: across the Ice and Into t. For burnt* silv ............. 4H. went to breskfast. I.. Jaak'onUI.. ,No. Ky 0 :dtOs 7 661" / L. Jseksunrllu. 'la., .80. fly 7 Up ;
an unknown: bay, where the seal was For breaking a Btaa alive eo There was one Important exception. 1'e Jesup ,Ito ky I04OpL"J..ap.. 00. " " .14o. Ry. JOBOp
killed after badly wounding one of the the wheel ............_........ 4 When abe crossed the cnsnnel tbe ex* Lv S..nn.h ,14o. ICJ'' 1 SOp 121h Ar Nceos. ..... . ,10. Ur. $ VOa '
'InlD .... 11 For setting up the wbeol with perUnca was so trying that abe felt Cohunta, ,1tG. It, 5Mp 100a Ar .UlaDI"1 0.. .eo.1ty. 1:101..
,lie body>> twtoted la It ....... I Utt. kern. .
tile seal flung Impelled to describe It Ar Cbarlo' ,80. ity 10 O p 816. AI ua. ?So/It,. 7 8blaArh.ensboro
death struggle
In Its For satttna off s band or sun ,, ,tco. It, i2Me: .. 1261p AtIsltoa. Oe" . .. . ,No. Ie,. 126.
np G.e ground and the banters, to tbetJ'acreeable dry flasors sad for bebeod- I firmly resolved to stay on deck d
. . ,. ,
tt Arian.tlle. .Mo 1t1 24.b a 2,10p Vb..ooa T.naeo.I1. 8 <&hA
surprise, found themselves .. For In.1t"I bumlnsr with- a hot t...... 1 M she wrote, "sltbougb the tempest In- IturhmoDd _ .80.' It) e Win. 45 47 Ar l esiegtoa, lay . , R O. I 20p rt
on a golden strand-tbe richest one In n. For bheadlns sod plating I crossed to such a frightful nurrlcane AI' Oinelnastr, 0. < . .. O. 'I40p )
tbe world. the bed "poll. ptk. ...... I M that It was only' with the greatest difficulty Charlotleeltle Ar L,Ilohbur. ,140.atJo.. ky 4.02.17. 1 f'lOp)p v iiae semi 0..,... a. t. our p ?
The death of a mule brought great :fo. For bodr bcheadlas!. tile -wheel. lwto sad leg pisc the : tbat I could hold up my parasol. A'W..hl..oa.. $o.Jty V 4.s OfOp Amlapn,, . . i Hl rear 710. l:
wealth to Frederick: Butler, s Klondike lag the head ttpoo a pikesltoc'tber -. I MMMMMBMMMMMMHMM. Ar n.talmoN. :P. it. It. II ar.. II 2&p Li7NniTri *$1 6: ':Ps Li... aMpA'
*-. who took part In toe IDf>morableroab" ISI A W.....,.. Sle .ory. Jtt'.. "
: \v. Ph'd.l'is J' J&, k. 146p 2frSa A' ( . I I. . . d' Lines 710.
to the gold fields of Yukon. He For leering a erisifa)Mier. IlortecMtus., the Rotten orator could Ar1e"Yok., 1'. k. It. flap llOta v te.laaat' 0,1 .a.It.AV. H46pCo. l

left bus mole standing one day on s bill .. wtton with......r.dhetplah.rrsick .. .r I repeat' word for word a took be badInet 1.A'C.......,..Illr.. .. ....... 728s:

plot, of land tar sway ..from the the flesh ......." ... ,... ... Htl. i read. Oa ooo occasion be made awager % ."h-'H. York anet Florida & J9; iNin..r; .. .0. tI y,"._' "p r
-claims and another miner who bad a Hand. with one flleaaa sad to win Itwent MIl' Puilusae Un.tag' Iloofll
For nonias a ttnfu* or Ci..ping A' Toledo, O. . .0. H. k D. a
Csr J'OrTam sad Jaekaoa
grudge against bis fellow digger shot to. the g...0"a W to aa aurtfoo. remained all day e AI Ih1.rot.1.Mteb..P.. .... 721hfo.
UMaDl..1 la tbe neck with bta revolver. c. For .... Ate tesd..r torture t 2t and .la the evening gsre a list of all the Till to stew, Yo,1I "4'
the oeroad of tor "' fyCl..JDU"O.; ,P. eaAr A'1 P'Jml&Id. '
e For srad
Wuhlntea sad il"' .
t..,... liM>lo4)ns' ...11.. the articles sold, the prices paid for UMnt ." YNlaus.. Drowieg Pltube"', .. . . ... b6a
,r,, ':The mule fell sod in Its agony kicked Itmbe .,__..... with salesfo sad tbe names of the ptnrrnaaers.. Tbeaccwrscy DoUr ti"'ei..tJ. sp,", .$ jPutb P y
the ground with Its boots. Whoawest Mm .. ............... > M < of bis memory ,.U ,SA tula J&ooIa l..pluc Car .I.'aoam. ao ,
up New York. Ar C1d.elesW, 0. . _ ,81. roar a 48s. .
returned be found several and M no through fifty-flr. Itrms and case attested by the auctions*'. dart t. a :1l ....

of strange weight and snapsaround .p.eiM'atlooa.-Aalrew D. Watte laAllanll wn. fonwd the rsrspttalsUoa with n.'TIIe Land of tb.llky" S. 10 ArsL" eleilil.. ,. Icy. .180. R,,.. AlLr

tbe dead animal. He *. kla book sad found thai to M ease bad l/o. . ....,.. R, 71sLr
the supposed peoWsa sad they Ota wan of wondoTfal. ssstwM'ji' made aslsgta .. .. FIa, $a. Uy 'I bop ; .
ofItrtgtt A' A...... AM U toIt
Ka_ ... aletako.I JII1a..II) Oa. .fIo. H It u. ,
old.r Tfco ,
's to be nuggets of vtrgla ( A' 4ltn .... ia. 'Itt' sy 1145.
tbH9'.1 bopettaJ tkosghte ..._ AlC.lambts.H.C, ., .110. U 1001s
r mule bad struck ooe of the I ArlineeptsTctu, ,Yttaao IDlp
l III Klondike. sad s .t ne s owa .btlKl i W. .--.. AI A""" ", 11. 0 .110. Ky IIIOp AI1Caa.atl 0' N 0, _. ..WItan" 0 40a
Uaaaera et A' I.s epriegs. $. O. 110. It, flip "' asi'Ar
to are ..
: Issportsjsov than
> case of gold bring dlatovanimal acresulidiets. - LW 1.1 uNi>xnMii K..U". Tenn,, ..... ler l00p P'3 l. .... ,t iiA'
t oreurred la Scotland' .'.. ibJt win l Insure **. Tt* lava la a great ssaaaf the> taws d > Loolnm., ,Naty llOa "d .yt/asr., Ark....... . _. .. fll0.Ar .
1 + "A doc, badly wounded by a tWtkxw prr..oa Laud Warn. as early peed oa ..... Ta law trashes .. be- 81. Loa" .fCo.I&1' 4610 '
Die ltd7kc rtoada Ltmtt.d:
a gsmkenT *.a. aerstcsvgold la Ute MS. fxwJW ta pUk out the ..... sad Utmrs' sad BOW aad 0... Ciaelaeatl. .4J. A t). I hits 1)al3y. 'goad tattbolo train sbro.gllIIO.
of sad ta ........ ,
on grease whteto was frtnads sat rtwuilM sarrvsa. : are wet let or aa.. ssv' eorr .
' known ss rb* Dvarobfa gold many epee tt will b-" fated that the pc or partfy. exslt ar Orb***, barbs 10-0.111 Pa ltmte Drswlsg 0ayieJaksmcs.t.Claieeae$1.. ; .

Go<*p*'. Over OXOOOprorfow gratretenemy rvMr wttnla ......at.NorWII rlaa ar re*..* vs. by a rsottasit, steady, Reoa'aad aoaelP.pisCstbetwes. p.. ls'-Panma.. Ibawiag Roos +
0. meal was ...... Ibottchu. for ezsmpi&*. are tanilt .. ... tswrastMa opsratlosv iii. tbatf Ja.kso.'W. slid CS..),.....&. Maepieg 0. betweas Jakso.Tlle,

y" the slap by tb...nrt of the .ty greater btn.lnse'. t* saeenssJMM :. ta*.sir we brsatfcsv They air* their BI,.......... ..., .. cod Jt&a... aZMIIeat
.(.p.f. from .*st ta aad a* I.whets s4r to atrr Mraa Ate rliag t* Dialog. CU llegtlte. at7.

at silver saints ta ftpsbidbMwvrrvd health. a. tvaoty, at. bare say. no real their.-1117 they aid .evtiM.they ... J
: by a srovad+dIs saoo-ss raa extol In th* atswspbrve.4* '7tk... ar they bully ...., Data.D.tke. AT ACK.IONVJLLJ a'

It said that tn* fasMMS dia- wMrasI BM4.i.>...>ly or a srt .. ..... tf wtt!. Itad9 lOO .. SB. _
.at KUnberJey .*... first Uraetmw '" I..eeC A W ._II.f r.... .
) New Teak Ko 19 Wa... sad Florida Earsas. ..
yoorwlf sal yaa w,11 nave bleed row vTasblagtoa, e4 /- lsatoo
.. e' vU> awake Bor by a ftsa Jle etr'I'M I, bar. -
T4O awFj
k a* bad sLoCrale sa.b howaht frkca+al the god s( yea MttaW'.... fc* a bad Mtavt 8<<...sn.1nrf Clastaastl p. ..takn"") .. !ro.21> ''Wsslbl sad Florida UwFraat .
eta st -
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of bvadrsdsdo .......-..-....,.. A. ,. First TM.baIlk... J
some .. .... 1 tOD s.lw
oat ., a portion offf sated hte If .. wsat.4 eta sett ..Arse Cafcrajr.."' ___d. .Ltute, etev-yo. Is. Flsv tfaBlMd,**t M sv..
t*c Mr Xrrtes) atdL. Tine 4 |i"toovury Is int all yes rsasrtfit pas .. Jsa/pa41 rtgkt ..,. af .e akebawtte. .. .. r r r
,..., .. A- fart ****** as 1NdI'-pawrtay as js. ''
n "';.;._...-.f _'*** Pew..""j4 Csiterx : .......\ .. : ::, )'"1-: ." Iii.'e I7 lF.Ji, I !tAta'eaL A F1t' .Reaeaa Usmare A.O. t*.A:r.n.l,r ;V a
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8. ' THE :DAiL1! : Btmq+ 1E8yit 1T FLOnm JUN$ 9 190ii

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,F 'Mi.1 George I. Dolg mod daughter TO KEHOTEFBEeitESMi ; Mrs. C.: A. Harrod baa returned from

+ HEWS ,OF ;CTX| .AND J 1 1IF X. Ruth l are, visiting' '.the f rmer'. I 'PIMPLES a TI." to friends at Romeo. WllSOI'S.I

' i .......r. *.Mr*."John H.Blake.. . ,at palmetto.Jaate \ .. Lei .Sternberger A Phillips do your

COUNTY CONDENSED oIIIU&1G& Mstbews, ft charming .','w'lt. to days use painting; and .decorating; and see the

, ,. ",! young ,lady of ,TMoma, (.: a'goest.of : ,difference. I
Min Theera Fleming.: W.. Main street 8. i SATINOL'A N. A.Calllaon'of Spring Park Farm,

: matters of General: Interest Gathered 'Dr. J. D..Watkin4diparled' yesterday The. .J Ciaqibxlsii IsssMflsr.8AT1NOZ Benningtoo, was a business visitor to lie 'Villas l

IL by Our Reporters. 'for.Atlanta,, He: goes to attend the this eity ,yesterday.

commencement .exercises of Emory W. F; White of Newberry made The

c PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ITEMS College, of which" he ia a member of r San one, of those Informal calls yesterday I ia i all! (

the board of. trustees.A that places his name on the roll of

* .peelal..en'ee'ln'er' the :Gainesville r I.a I. honor.
What Has Happened What la Going; DOTDO.OD.S.:
and Gulf, the A&laD'Ics'OQ.;, ., Line Sd9 Special Agent A. Paul of the United .
Happen ;Told In Short Paragraph
4 to '
and the Seaboard Air Line has.,been States land office left yesterday for Us
'fl :SO, That '"He Who Rune May Read"'. Keeps Busy.
.Inatigurated'and, will ''be. continued d ;, points In West Florida on official busi

Try'Williams'Ice cream. aori. > a. : ..wl' L. Long of Cadillac was a caller

a 4 Old newspapers for sale at The San Mre. George M,'Lynch, who with her at The Son office yesterday, and left a Big 11.rt11 I ef

office, tr children ia spending a abort season M substantial token of his faith in its

t&dles'eallingcards latest with relatives( Melrose, writes that .. 'tabUlt,. :
'fa stylesat LIIIS
Son omee. .she is having .delightful time. She I.I ia 1 Don't accept the doubtful kinds-In- Eilllr.il1.rils,,

'i 'Wm. W. Lyon of Palatka is In '&be I expected: ''home about the first of the slat. on having Blue Ribbon lemon and I : .

". city: on business. coming week. vanilla. extracts. Takes less. Flavors ... all zsh'eogs. '

S I'erryMColeonwent: Jacksonville George W. Petty and R. J. Andrew perfectly.

vi. were In the city on business oonneeted and tnooer reloaded"U it'JU; to remove the representative of Kinglsnd A Co.,
) Wonderful Salve for saleby _
worst 0 of freckle Ftmpte Ttuu sallow.neat. -
with the United States land office .
ye packers Jacksonville, was working the
J. W. McCollam.A Co. XjTer Spot. BUokbesd. or any skis
terday. Mr. Andrews la a member of trade la this city' yesterday
L draws eruption In W Oars. Leaves the sklaelemr.oft. .
Sweet and. vines for
potato : the Board of County& Commltilonen b.sahy.sed reMore toe beauty ofyouth Rev. Thoe. P. of the First Presbyterian .
eale. J: N. Bone, 'phone 19. Hay Mrs. R. Wilson
of Bradford county Thousands testify to the merit of
'W Mrs. W, 'D. Befgler'' of 'Waldo Is' In SatinoU.Mfata Church will fill the weekly

the city, the guest of Mrs. J. ,II. Alder; A.,E. Wlttitoek left yesterday for AHoe IJrette wrlt, .&: Thlbodekuz.: La. appointment at North Gainesville Hall
5' ,nsn.. Alaobna, where he .initall'the big Oet. 16. '04.-"For four lean my face was, tonight preaching at 7:45 o'clock. A
pomp for the .newice', '' plant. This completely covered with, frvoklc sod, plmptos. cordial invitation, I. extended to the T. F.
,Richard Holme of Hawthorn waa AU remedle IsQed.until wed two packages
made the Gainesville
pomp was by public
? .tran.so&Ingba.inew In this city 'yes.terdsy. of Skttnols. which oomptekely removed the ,
Foundry and Machine Works and baa reokl..sod JJ Dtta. My oomplexioa Is DOw, Mr./and Mrs. J. L. Medlin of Mere
a large capacity. Mr. Wittstook slates perfect and hope every lady h.Tiw freckle dithand Mine Hallie Lytch, a charming UnDnTAKJnfi( Sr
,3dlurltor.b.l Pedrick has gone to that it will require about two days to or pimple wlU try Sttlnolft." Prtee too t.n<3l.oo.
young lady of Clh, 8. C;, who has been
Lennon, where she Is the guest of Miss complete the work, when the plant / .by leadlae;druggists. or maiL
on a visit" to Mrs. Medlin, were in
Ida Little.. will NATIONAL TOILET CO.. Park, T aa.
begin the manufacture of ice immediately -
the Mrs. Medlin and
i W. T. Ob"Dat'the merchant of 'Ar. Sold In Gainesville by J. 8. Bodiford city yesterday. FULL LINE OF
.k: Co., J. W. McColIum A Co.. W. M. Miss Lytch proceeded to Clio where
; redondo, spent yesterday with his family M. E. Robinson of Ooala, the clever Johnson and all leading druggists.Mrs. the former will\ remain for some time NEW GOODS.

4 in,this city.Benjamin : tI salesman for Joseph .Rosenhelm & .. the guest of relatives and friends. -'--

I Turner, a successful planter Sons, shoes'Bavannah In the city. 0.' II. .flighsmlth of Jacksonville Joseph'Evans of Atlanta special Agents tor...
of the Wllllston section Mr. Robinson who Is more familiarly
was tradingin
representative or the Southern Belt
who has been here on a visit of Monuments Tombstonesand
this city known as "Sunny Jim" has made ,
yesterday. a
is here for few
several days to her sister, Mrs. W. W. Telephone Company, a
)Ir.. B. R, i Pound and son Felton great many friends in this section who poison left ''yesterday for Bronson, days on business for his company. Iron Fences.See .

t, have returned from Lakeland. where are always glad to see him, as much where she joined her husband and son, While nothing definite can be learned ,Our Samples

they have,been on a visit.. / for his sonny disposition as for anything Wad, for a visit to Levy county at this time it Is surmised that he is

Jame. F. Mead of Jacksonville, Ira else, for It's the disposition that friends and relatives. making arrangements to. begin the Personal attention to all matter I.
t has made the friends. construction of the long-distance line this line. Hall. and telegraph enters
+ ling freight agent of the Atlantic Remember the Gainesville' &: hit !
"" Spend a while at White Springs, theleading between this city and Jacksonville.Dr. remptly attended to.
Coast Line, I. In the city.A hat round trip rates to White Springs ... .
health resort of the State. On
handsome new sign ha. been Installed on Sundays at only) f!. Train leaves! BenJ. P', Richards and H. E. Taylor -
the far.famed Suwannee river. The Gainesville Florida
In front of the store of theY Gainesville at e ISO a. m., returning at cashiers of Dutton A: Co. and the ,
Gainesville and Gulf offers the following
laird, Hardware Company. . 9180 p.m.; and affording a whole day First National Bank,re."ect.lnlhue '
low round rates from Gainesville
We will stop the leak In : roof or at this favorite'resort. Cheaper than lone to Atlantic. Beach, where they
r your
It will cost you nothing. BternbergerA \ i Sunday only, $1 ; ticket Rood hiring A buggy and passengers are enabled will attend the Joint convention of the THE CONTINENTAL

Phillips, the Paint Store. going Saturday and returning Monday.: to spend a day on the banks of Georgia State Bankers'and the Florida

4 For Rent-Five-room cottage In $2.60j ticket good for fifteen days. the famous old Snwanee. .river St.Y State Bankers' Associations, whieh will CAFE-UESTAURAJIT.,
Bouth Gainesville known. the Bill $3. Double dally service. For further i
.. be held at the Continental hotel today.
thorpe cottage. Apply at Sun office. particulars Inquire of ticket' agent tf They anticipate an Interesting meetlag. .

I' Dr.,N,J. Barry and son of Newberrywere Tb<* young people of North Gainesville .

In the city yesterday. Dr. Barry bent on having a good time, participated GtialSiauchter Joba .Stcoa of Lo a'oD. Ga., father

tit is a druggist of that progressive, town. In an old.fa.bioned chicken .f MrsW.' R. Anderson returned to

John Holder of Roobelle and E'?. WOo pillsu In the Campbell grove Wednesday hit home yesterday., after several] days
llb of Mbnteooha Were "h.1.Hofl.'o evening. There was a large crowd
among spent here" He was summoned on account
ti the county capital yesterday. present, and everyone expressed: themselves of the ,serious illness of Mrs.

,', John Robinson, a prominent cattleman as ,having a most enjoyable Anderson, who has been suffering with
lime. The evening was passed in various .
and who has
of Levy county; near Bronson'wastransacting typhoid fever recently
sJ business in this city& outdoor garnet) by the young peo been the victim' of so much mUforkone. -

f, ten!ay. yes pie' while the elder folks ",.Iked over Friends of the patient will be

matters of general Interest." sill gratified to learn that .her condition is ,,
Chat. It. Carter of Mlcanopy, for along
Dr sad Mrs.. Ji M. Dell who were i steadily improving. .
time"employed. conductor of (Pint corner South of P"olll).
the Atlantic Coast Line was In the. married 'in Ooala Wednesday evening, I r-- Account of Confederate Veterans' 0,.. Early ..4 Ut. Cray .c:.....

city yesterday.Pooket arrived In thiaeily' yesterday. They For Three Days Only: reunion the Seaboard Air Line Railway W..>... .ataa
were accompanied by the groom'sfather. '
Knives-Jntt rfeelrtd. $1.064. will sell round-trip tickets to Lou.. _
Captain J. Maxey Delt.. Mrs. -- -
.) 33 worth of "Bslrtl Hardware Co." isville. K;.. at the rate of $17.80, from '
John B Dvll aiwt son; Bloxhan: ,. andraBatrd.all Thursday Riday Saturday !
o knives, rind we guarantee everyone of June 10th to 19th inclusive., final limitto
[ of whom attended the I
p them, at )laird"..
leave Louisville June 19th, 1906. s Srt MOUNTS
nuptial. The happy eouple were met June' 8' 9 and 10.
Frlendiof Mss&erVrankeawelJwill} i t Limit" may be extended to leave! Louisville
at the tat'ion by several friends whoextended
i b. gratified to learn that he has recovered late 10 i
--, .. .. -- .. -- a* as July by depositing'
and best
ir; from a spell u f fever which eon- congratulations 1 ticket with :y. H. Richardson, special
with. awl Mrs. Dell will reside
'fined him to his bed for several days, The Greatest Slaughter Prices you agent Louisville and paying 60 cents All the & d standards and
la East (HlnesvUto.After have Our is crowded i
it The friend or Dr. J. .F. .MClKla" ,. ever seen. store per ticket at time of deposit. the choicest of the new ones
of In tale with first-class reliable merchandise.
a eoaple days spent
Jr., will be pl<>ad to learn that he Is '
oily as tae guest of: Mr. and tr+. J, !t. and In order to rda.our stock a few; )Ir. and Mrs. A.W.: Sargent, ST., and as issued.
out again, after having been 'confined iHwt>lln-J. A. Plewellen returned to thousand dollars we have decided to: daughter, oP Avon Park, are in the city

I; to: .his room for several days with its home In M.,Intosb yesterday. II.I sell goods for ,>>Ie.. three days at rtdioolously -- for .s few days, the guests of; Mr. and Ask to- see them, as they

fever. I Is a member>of the firm of FlewellenQros.t.trocaars. low prt *.. We mention a few! Mrs. A. W. Bergen., Jr. They expect cannot be displayed to ad

Mis*.>s Ms>"l and Jennie Vellch of who plant quit ex.tenslvery. terns that will givw you an lad.K.to.. to leave Tuesday for New York and vantage a case.

,j .Jaokt.\n.m. returned to their home In Boston, the old home of the former..
., He reports that the majority theway tve are cutting every
yesterday. attar ponding a few days of Uve crophave been disposed of, department. Remenb the dates This will be Mr. Sargent's flrst. visit

'ya -tl .a.antly ss the guests of their aunt, jut tbs melons' will be -n 1. a day or Thursday. Friday *ad SaturdayJ.ae out of the State ra twenty-two, years. Fine Fadeless FotografsFrom

Mrs, Truss IVnby."W. two.The total movement from Me. 8, 0 and 10. He is a progressive citizen of Av Locket to Life Sice.SMITH'S .

A. JOQVS of Kanspaha, memberof In tosh will be< about forty ears of Park and says that he is perfectly delighted -

the firm of Veuatble, Jones A Co., waterateluns. of which the Messrs' With every patehase of 11 worth l of with, that section. He U a STUDIQ.
1 naval stores operatorand manufacturers Flewtllen will ship lwenJ.ty. ears. merchandise we ...m..n you 10 poa'ttds printer by trade and was at one time --- -

of lumber was transacting bu l. I __. _- ._ -.n--____..,. -_._.'_----._-._-"-.-. _-__ ___----_.,_--___-__ _-_ best Granulated Svgar for 1. employed by the Hill Printing Company Some
x t ness in Gainesville\ yesterday, in this etty.PINKOSON. Men LeaveAn
READ THIS. :20! -__ n_" .y .n
Educational Notice-If you anticipate 1,000 yards yard-wide Sneetiag.
Estate (for the Widow
\ attending college\ aatlU for yards for B8e. DOING WELL.
the, purposeot taklns any eour year.* whatever ])Tiit-' ; ALA,.,July 13, 1899. 1,000 yards Checked Homespua tUc ,, ,

do not fall to see. Prof Itrinvon<< I*. }:. 1V. Hall S,. Louis.Mo.-Dear yard.. Urveer His Direction a Great Numberof To invest sod lose, or as a temptation
I and talk It over with him. It will pay girt XVa have been aelllag your Teiaa I 16 bolt. boil 10o Cheviots for shirts, Place Have been Cleared. to speculators. How. much
4& Hall's Great fo ;this .. at (MS yard.' better to leave her
yqu. Wonder Discovery, *
Under the traction of MarshalT1oko
&GO( >yards iMrkCalicoes, special <>,0ald.
"Work I Is progressing nicely on the two year and,recommend It toanyoaeafftrlog 'f. .oo the good work of clraalag up [$500
DeaD .residence, corner Franklin and with any kldasy trouble 1 piece Jesus fovpanti. 9Q yard. premises sad plaelD.'MID. in sanitary or 51,000 a Year Income

Kast Church streets, Ken Gainesville. .being the best remedy ';we ever sold, 10 doses t>btrtsKworth' "from&Oc to$1 U condition eonthsoea'to P"'<<"". The ; for Life, or for 20 or 30'Ye.rs"- r ,
this ale' U4.
This residence will be one of the hand Yours truly, J. R_ Yowi !lee, guaranteed Navy Blue Suits officer has bees successful In havingthe

w oinest and most modern in the city thla sale$S 99. majority of the places cleaned We will Mod JOG some (otere.tiag

when completed. A TEXAS WONDER. Loaded &.nl.Sftt box about the and ,ia one instancehas information showing how small aa
: lOdoaea wood Wah Board..fidea h.ajOOQ I annual outlay will yield a perm
LaFontUee of{his
Miss Katharine One small bottle of the Tease Won yards Bae embroideries: te be aad carted away several "a oo-i neat yearly income for anyone fat

pie Is* ia the city and will "c1lJQm..1 i I der. Hall's Great Discovery, urea, all sold at half P""'.. loads of paper tad rubbish some of whom yes tare' to provide.C

A here as the guest 'of relatives and kidney" and bladder troubles, remorse 5 doaea Prv.ident Suspender to be which has bees laying about th. plae

''kw friends. She has Just completed a de i i gravel ears dlabetee. aeaUiuJ eaatojsions. sold at Kta.Do for mo.t"DOl" oaly aa eyesore to the I i W.r L HILL & W. B.Hartal .....p+, (.

; ligbtfol. stay, with friends In DeLand .weak and tame beaks, .rheoma- public bat detriment to health I Agents The &VTt1.iL
mis this, aale. It will .
and tjoateiaplatee a pleasant fait in : tam uiall irreguUriUee'of the kidkaeys eoatiftoe thm. daya great Tkarsday. Friday Officer Pinkoaoa requcete The Sun to Life l..f'&JIftO. (.*ef sew lertt,

, Jacksonville.-Timee-Ualoa. I and bladder la both men sad and Saturday, .Jan 8. 9 sad 1O- state that be will at once proceed **'uhan NILTE.'IT1LLF a t s: FLORLBJL: .:,,

Oliver J. Farmer of Browayn, editor women r>'Iul.'*. bladder troubles la rala or ahlne. Webs. Just Baaed a tnep"tioa of private premises aaduggteu .._ __
} d tad publisher of The' tevy TimesDemerat. -I I children If not sold by your druggist. few pricee. Cone sad Me yourself. that tenants lot ao time fa "AT-"Sr - Sh {

1' ". war ia ..this city yesterday and will be 1 swat! by mail on receipt
. made The SUM a fraternal call. Mr. One small tout U two aaositha treat PHIFER BROS. aaaaitary eoadiUo they will be. lietd. .
t Farmer Is one of the best and most m.at and seldom taUa to perfect acare. . which will aaturally prove ad.trineat. r,.. eool f urniehedroomrooms at Oe.aa
Or. Ernest W. Hall aele maasj.faetarsr. view 1I0MI. 1',... "
if; 'conservative writer .of the Florida P. O. box t 2*.84. Look Ko. NEW YORK RACKET IIaUa. J.Jp tins".
.. riYiWpL ,,
"' excellent. : It U hoped to have all Rateajtottt..P< .priM and is mstloc a . piper .M ford "tlllWllla'' Sold by all : plaeee elraawttitia week, soak rooas. Meals. ; '
.t ... .
S may >e .
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