Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 13, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00625
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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,. N0. JOB TAINEStiILLE, FLORIDA, rl'u} S AY, JUNE \3,19o 5 TEN CENTS A WEEb +

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Mip|">n! to tinpuitidiiu! of who,.., It ctions iill ten minutes today water destroyed
JGREE TO CONSIDER
ACCEI
. li the neater: it has hnll k-p| NOT I $50.000" worth of property here. Fr MORTON NOW HEADS.

111'1.\! Intiiiiufd three hour all the business district ) ,

TERMS OF- PEACE JP"I1IIUilalld: : ofiVtal circl.speak was flooded Rain fell like water I
i
ERMSSO SOCIETY
t in I Hit higher, uriiiN ol the diplomatuniaiiiii'i EMPLOYERSl poured from a bucket. A wall of water EQUITABLE

r in ninth the president handledth <4< feet high came down the! narrow valley

.' niaiu-r and are fully In accord\ witt a IJ and tore up the track. When It

f,\Japanese and Russians. Accept what they ronsiclciril! to hIth only! So President Shea D reached the station the stream wa Former, Secretary of Navy New

}' Roosevelt's Suggestion N'. ahi which the d.fficnlty. could be 1.000 fret wide and 2 feet deep.
irike. Chairman of Trustees. c
.r oeercutuel'he I'nlttd Stales not be Regard to Chicago !

J ins 1'lIlanCll'd in am' Nay. could take TELEPHONE COMPAINESTO MEET ---.-
wgiiD f
OF WAR ALMOST ASSURED I'IolI.lIm: \m they could do no mote SALARIES OF GUARDS | RAISED POLICY HOLDERS TO COME FIRST c\y bt

,.fJitrmans f- -- than .'IIII.'a\'ur to start direct nt'gotia -- Members of Independent Lines To -.--- .IiI-- "

and.Englishmen. Are Pleased tiotii. between UK belltgercntr. JapanII Two Hundred Members 0 Garment Gather 'In Chicago. CK-Presldent' Cleveland and Other /

can lu< stul "d. refused Chicago. June 12. -The annual International
the
> to mart
V' and the Way President Roosevelt Workers' Union Meet a C.alOft\ Prominent American Appointed' A*
t1l'lolI311I1nl.IIBIII: fully assured. of the lrtrtato telephone association m
5. Has Conducted Negotiations and Strike Which Was Cause the Trouble .
.... *>aim >.tnpK ol Knsla, and that het which in the organlxatlon of Independent Trustees--Long Fight Over Man.f14-

yWIU Give Him Their Support. proposals( Mould, In strlojsil)' conaidMI of Teamster' Union. telephone compale' of tbs men of Company Ended. ,

'd, | lltr demands, will Include au Chicago, June 12.-Tea negolla- country, take place in this city June
.' TOKIO, Jun. 12.-Japan has agreed l'"w'ork.. June UI'ulltIorloa.,
indi'ninit\, the Minonnt of which hat tlons between the Teamst and the 20.( SI! and 2i.:

(to President Roosevelt's suggestion to biiii i\td( In the lapaneso govern Stutt street Dlt'rchantl..1t "IIHlh'ld.u811) The convention will lie a delegate the newly I elected chairman of l the $q

f appoint, plenipotentiaries to meet Rus- of 4ih JIH mVinbtrs IxNirdo f dlipctors of the IIIIt"LH".t ,
nit in and l on this (point the president) or collectively, are an end body to augmented "

[*;an plenipotentiaries. i I., influx lenient irc.itinert It Is considered and hereafter all meetings I the puru by the leading spirit In t the pntnotliiK )- Uf AkMiininrv Society of the I'nlt! .,iHiatitt

heieh.U and financial fields of Inilepni" of America today unlit that In '
Japan Is entitled tan pose uf bringing the strike II close
i St. PETERSBURG June 12.-It was dent telephony.The hilt pinuH (ui' the t"'Uflll nrillttlun of they I i
ind'l 'mnlt\ and, it i U pointed out thaiwhile Ulllllt be arranged; throughJohn.
[tilted at the foreign office this after. hu Intend consider firm tall
the ii.nnimt of Indemnity might Kartell, chairman of the! action coin purr-onei"' of tho organization Is weekly: to .
; noon that Russia is ready to appoint 1'11.1" the siandins of Russia to effect, stung the various Indepc the luti'ioKts of the i 11<>llcy holders,
era'
amonl in It tee of the Chicago Km piny association. -
J1 representatives to hear the Japanese the, pom r". it l U not ho tieilous as the dent interests a closer unH more militant "\uii eau nay for nu." i sold Mr I Mane o

proposals on being informed that the inn "that' I Iho watchword, In conntclton '
I lo-- of t"'iritorv healde the payment An acceptance in full\ of what ofTcf organltatlou for nucc ifiil meetIng my
Japanese are now nominating representatives The situation In th i with the tCqultablf 1.lf.1ullr.-
oPiHiwItlon.
of an Ind'ru nil) would be forgetter may be made by the employers for a r
for this purpose United Stales, according to wmrnment mice society will be, 'for (Itee best In-
sooner thnn the loss of territory! anO calling off of the strike were Accordingto '
,
and other author- t'rt'lItM of tlepollcy holder' II..)
prvr.ntat\rs:
f would lta\p no feeling for revenge, the employers the only a enueg by
SNew/ York June 10-9:03: : a. in.The get"Id Itle show, the independent* to have not propose tn retied In any way on:
'
P'nancl.xl! \ ilrclei In I 1.0nl1on are ot which the teamsters can of tTw ..
jAssociated Press has definite, know) the ..(p'nion'! that the lapanrse will df"man,1 flght I, 2.f>00. .KM> tetephontH amid Inventtil ('''I'- the! former inn ra\ no mo ut 1, t simply
Sedge that both the Russian ami Jap.i lake rnsltir HM I find thfin and hall '
ill of $2&iMioooiHi/ a* again; ) l.Suo."
about strike
an ludeninitv amounting to President Shea and otl r
let governments have accepted ['rt'S"Ueat OnO other ifU'phnneH and Invested cup : the t all niv efforts to carry mi the v'
$1 .OIK),'i)0ti) ono. that b tnK their E'altl leader declare the demand of the ,
( Ri, fsevelt's suggestion and that mate of the cost to the Japanese( oJth. ttal of $ IOO,( lH,000. clely In the proper! way Th > Inter-

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I'; months of lighting, This is

runs.ieied! lu totl\l1"> quart| r* to be too Casket Factory Burn. Down. ti'Y' ,1

t ))111 BIan estimate of the expenditures, New York June I*.-A lire started
in the of the Now York und
factory
II '!h'.l" h Is. thought to be nearer $COi; e
Ninth Htreet In Wllllamaburg 11..0Uroo"l J f1'
f 0")"Ml ,IHIO,,.
. ) n Casket company In South;
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tlon of Urllokt'Qocl.. and swept
ALFONSO LEAVES FOR SPAIN. .Ja
through several adjoining buildings, Including
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it Young King Enjoyed His Visit to England fr ; the story factory of Wllltum ':

Very Much. Vogel A. Urd. Two 3 story dwelling

; adjoining the casket factory and the I ,,
left
-fnn; 1nn. lime 12.: -King Alfonso
Heap 4 lumber yard of the casket: company
r this morning
1.01111'lor\\ Spain
e :>arnil> Ihoroteghlyenjuyedhla, vlult 4 also caught fire and burning ember

ti a and the character of the farewells mere sent lying-over' a long distance.

The blaze spread flat that the firi
t.IIIt'd i ihe cordiality of the feelings see
men were roiitpi'll lo drag their engines ,
a mid ,
ol! III' Iris i KlK'itt I

1tb I King IMwaul the Prince of Wales out of lu way' by hand, Arnold Jti

Strehin u driver for Hit I"RIII..t roiu-
and the I Duke of roniiraiiKlil accouipil -

,d| ihSpauiHh king to the isllroadxtni'iii pany, wa. a.It''liin l Ihe fourth ktory of

i iI4 wh ieli met the sf>anisb am.iisailoi the factory when the /fir*' Matted and

bet .. S"Mior 1'11111
I '. I Foreign tuay urovc fatal.
\ rt' .if the Spanish -inbaitK) e
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S> ii t It tir) |l.anl di*" ii<> and other, King --

I : Ed r l\\,I ii I'd I iitnred the ro)al car with his PRESIDENT *..iE Slayer of Rice Must DI..
few inlnutiVmi O**lulng. N V. June I-Albert T \
gr'I: -' n rd l entrant! In a be discarded and that policeprotection: w
f'lIn\'f'rtlalloll i with' him As Patrick was informed today In hit ,
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hall continue, even If the strike Is declared
CZAR AND CZARINA OF RUSSIA.a th,' MII I moved) out of the Matlim King .t.n end Dt'vt'rIII be ac- cell In Sing Sing prison of ih* decision
of the of Ihu .New York state court of PAUL MORTON,
meeting of representative .Mfonsn! ..! <1,1| at u window waving |
two contending powers is IUosuft.d. fat't'w..ll to the nit m ..-rs uf the Brit, ccrpt..l. appeals sustaining a judgment of conv I rU' of the policy bolder are the greatest .
meeting of the nothing Cutter
who MtUCld bareheaded At let Ion of murder in Ito flrst degree l ta interests, and It would seem to rnu ..1
llh rll,11! family *' union( local No II two hundred!
Roosevelt's Note Pleases Germans.. unfllllw I Spanish king had disappeared causing tho death of William )Marsh' that nu pulley (waving' this fact out of ,
;
Diemb r* of the local have held a
Berlin, Jnne 12.-The text of TresMnt IIllth nice, the aged millionaire New : consideration can succeed: "
from thHrOne "rump" inert Ing after 1 the regular *. a.1
< Roosevelt's message on the sub' York city In 1000. The news did not Mr, Morton was then' a.k .d whether" a
don had adjourned and declared off
Jct: of peace to the governments or 20 seem to have the slighted effect onI'atrlrk's ,i hover Cleveland l bd agreed to act asa
Jew Killed ; Injured. the strike that has b t-n on sine last
Russia and Japan is regarded at the a'plrtts. ||i* told tllft wardenthat truster. F

foreign office here as admirable in splr Minsk June 12 -The report pub Orlober. he intended to bv a re-argu "( ",all, dott't know a* to that," h* y
that The strike effects COO cutter and
London newniajxr
it and phrasing and positive hope now llsh d In a I mint of the case and that motion to old "In fact, 1 don't believe any on. ]t
were .hot during< 3.Aoo ,'UDC'Dt'rlt...,*, and was the
exlats of comparatively early peace on. hundred personn a new trial) would be mad.. lo the sp- know what decision Mr. Cleveland)
incorrect of the teamsters' strike. I
recently l III direct cause
The Russian emperor In act Invltf'11 th., Mutuu bare ,..lIat.. division and probably also t here Thursday The council finance ct>uiiiillir bsaderided ,
nor '
tbe action of the president and had Th. "a" II street >.. court uf appeal Tim action b* (Jvurg %WfMlDgbou{ aonouocM today ;(
bo-t.. po'n ""I much: to dwo with the form that the on l'alh'dr.1 square accord I said, would be based on tb. ground fI'| that b* bad accepted the trut..
prot.kfOd employed for strike duty $JiO
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much to do with the form that the ant .h'a, a It was I newly discovered .vldear.sad, errotsat hip of Ib. !';B-jultat l .tCHIIk offered him
offlcl-l *ernon! by the theft a day instead| of ft which usually lagiven
the ,
P-ror Nicholas through tbe counselof InK 'i.i the former trial by Tboiua H. Hyn, native. Mur.gn h
soldier off ,1,1Ifl"| policemen lu the "fret stage of
from a
of a ["''ir* J, 0'1.,1. also baa
In Ru
powerful rsoa..llndu..nc.a! agreed to act:
bo'.' a J..w x b..r..n a their eraploymeat Aa there are now /Iremn KIND
ala I became disposed toward peaceacme i comrade! s ( HI", *..,. a* tu..1.l .
1)110> or the II""" erellgt1eialn.t about 1.40O addlllnnal policemen tb*
tit about
cro .i Atlanta Juno IJll.. T. Payne totemerly
days in advance of the presldent'el ,
gathered to r.-.., .ie him city must pay I3.SOO a day In salaries Claw nd
action. It was .rvcognlied at I : a flrrraan, stationed at engine President a Trustee. ,
and revolversand fur tbe temporary force.Jotin .
the Rttaslan court that no man in the The Jess used tunes bouMi No. 7, shot and killed himself I'rlnceton, N. J* Jun. I*, -Ytarruer ;
-r flurnnwCI..d They C. iKUroll, formerly s world -could *o well make aa appealfor the troops w early Haturday morning In lb. woods Pr.sl4cnt: Cleveland said today that. bit
the trodwith of lb. puce a. President Roosevelt fired into! ant dl.parsed" near AAbby *oJ ....eb.r streets West i received offlclaJ notification of his an $
J." .. >ktd!l! whose name baa figured largely la
lit known views the detachment ol th r.'I!t 'ra oc Bad. f'.,.. bad been mentally unbalanced : lection.. as one of three trut. ... of the t..
.. ,In"'S and a II.tlC'r charge attributed to lei former pow
the United States, from tbe Europeanrtem ed and t> zees since th. lentbli$ l fr*... of Oiultabl' Uf. As..uranro *oclty, and ",
"t otalned police ens ident. At Yooog. and rrmld-ot C., iRbea '
* and for good will Japan feels was shot 'fb : tact. w Inter, While at a Or. In PVbruary tbst b* tbwight I IK his duly to .roj>ttb F
.'r r fe heart b> a oylag of tile teamsters" has returned')
I toward tbe United State made therttsident a "oue''t bis bands beram frozen sod the po4Iltlft a.
f> ( eull said! tu I. i
\.1It'uaan ass a'verely to Chicago. r < y tl%4h .
the solitary statesman who tnU.ll"n'! \ terrible pain that b. tuffereil *0.ct4
baa not b.*m evading service (.1ut
take such a step without either wuetndertDavis his mtad Hiac. that titn Payne hd
-' prra**. tout bad tn a'tradisr: tut Task Acid fee LIme Water, a
distrusting him or feeling an- - frequently wandere from bo.n.. and
detail of |MI.In.| *. la coartecllVft! with! \ Attests J..... 12-llletaking a b ftl -
Ceng.esa.
by t.1. solicitude Elected' to was one f<*i.4 tn a swamp by a pu-
\'. J'IO..I % rr "aa son. property" In Idaho f>rUc(,II today I of eartofle acid for a bottle. of !JIm"i
Th. eouYlcUol1 bere !. that Russia CII.rIHIC'ft.| W ty ...nlaID, for him. Payne umtS4ellber a

"tt w ready for peace aid seeks stared at Repnb' n-r. etara b..I'1t1.r denial taut stories a"rtW4 uToaac revolver tad shot bfr' **#Jf la avatar bo.aot which abe k4 p.r- .

ce; ....s"the only difficulty U not (.r 11 that return fr,,rr 'h' ..""used run a4 Rt..a. ln1acnU baa te.enaeslloa.e 011 lbs 'left br..t. II. ,wa. bead at 1t: .ioicUck chased. Mr. Julius MarkU. of >oIt
lVO"C'la' d a>. karlag kao.l dg. Auburn aveaa.. the wife of a co.r-
tee rea
rmoaatabie by the negotiation gTeMloaal district r 1.l the moralfcg by a negro toy.
'".> u.cW taoaey traa.. tlo.* altged to have shall, draaK freely" tlr tb. former and: '
fo"
Japanese term nlon h.id..h..I
wilt dlsclo was ||. lived at 1C fCvaa street sad warn
.. b.. f'OadM'1 toy ,*xt tc-.... employersto <4 at arM
ft l
peror Nkbola: now won for 11, for Thomsj H D aTI.| .IEt'* rat abottt\ M year o.r.! : i.k > boplt The store of

: would agala decide for war over J.m... .... lAkin Rp'ib.an; Tt" obtain or call
the Japause attitude be unroo B. fleets l lea bn K'r ..f H-r 41; '" Imm.4Ut.Jy oexxi arrival l I. Ct.JnCOI Clasped. .1tHUcnfoary E"'............. tb* botu. sad Mr Marble saw al.

or even owe of long befu. vis, r* *.t randMaf f,,* *"*.! f>rU 'oll) got ,late co".k.Uo.&till ltoldA.I4. X" Jose 12.Fb.. pre : -.f.) < fall la the dialog room ftb. bl'

reserve. though It Is under dent the .1.'.>'. asinine and *.k4" If it ri.Mtotu! a of J. K. TOM* ;, I boNe la 4..lir.l. health. for several

t Japan also gave the prassurances was 4*.I,... la serve a subpeni+ laTr cf the Tomsc Nerd flask sad TnMl I .08tB. 1

before .. act4 CWrts Jv.np. .d teJoo la.e L ,.eahaltaa ..... tlrlwuH' appear twtuse the gres4ery eu.puy, sad r.aCllfe 1. Htsrtota De I ... . .. hiI

.---- Tn. It r, ..'Ia. ,- *'*f*'. *it rty said .b.1 the charge of eo .triftt sad eebtala I' MIsoJs"ppasilkails., ;, ,

Supp.rta s o *vIC ladies were iajh>r.4 and e', !- >"*' would waive the- foraaMty "J>rts >il lag sooty Hti4r false pr*<* *** b.aroselte4 Or."nvllU. Ml*... ].... 13Tb )..,. t"

wf .. a .o1L14 torn t..for. tfc* gnat jhtry sad, .
Jute 3&12 40 *> ssvTb ork property war 4 i fa CUI aega/ttat Yoeag chaste sad PlAAUraa beak Ind.y made

In wkieh btnk '"n.... appear at *(_t*'s Arloesey Sisal?. og teasaad <11I let, .. .,. ...
rest Ia taanlteetid ir'tes Ere oat ta It was 'orl p w4eg .....".*.af. tar, /. T Ai" rbury "ce"i

t'a note Ptadsvodsg to Of PoC: .p
d 'Riess!. to sa eMit y.eek.. 1adl.g, wk* s..talaf to the twu tegoeaawar. I M*..t, *abl.r Iols 1 t<*.4M4 Ut.l I (lresvU3.b.Iag. a"pm.t-d .........,

Ifc* BrUU gotren bf j1UDpfa4:' fnMsi a s.eaed .' s the ...k'. raptUIUatlo wttUttwl4 was TIM (faJlar of t.* bank, It I* *.M.

a' asp tn I* the a* dow,, wklffc was ... H feel II m tkf .. WtM'. M.eeta.a T...a.f I to b* Ilt.e' #"",. was o.Ji lac, ,.. i wa. 4n. te drafts golsc t.o protest 1.

b vj.rf the'' taiset cordls; ;,paor.... .hrt.4et.tt. U,.aas, JtJN 1t-fa' ttr '''...... ,.. I )I... '*1I&.rayf ter'

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WITH HIS ,OWH GUN :-( ,,. MELTON'S MILL WAS 1 OLD SORESOFF; . .


NEGRO 'WAS KILLED BURNED..AT CENTRALOne Nothing is more ,offensive than an old so.re'DAHGEROU:

IR that refuses to heal. Patiently, day after: day, it is treated and pursed,
"* I salve. powder, etc., that is heard of is tried, but does no good utalJhe\

Among': .. Colored*! a tl of the Best Saw Hill ''Plants sight of it grows offensive to the sufferer and he becomes disgusted and moilbid.
Dance
.Micanojrjr:, They are not only offensive but dangerous, because the same gern
People,*En ecl Seriously. :* t1R t in County Went Up in,Smoke. that produces cancerous ulcers is back of every old sore.. The cause is it
f the blood and as long as it 1
L ;B :
Some years ago my blood became poisoned, ani
; remains the sore will be
VYILKER8ON MET HIS DEATH THE LOSS WAS.I VERY HEAVY the doctor told me I would have running sores f
there and continue
to
., grow life and that if '
,. . .. they were closed up the resul
P worse and more destructive..
f"{ Was'' T9Id*.to Keep Quiet, When, He Plant Valued at About 85.OOO andS The fact that thousands of left would off be their fatai.treatment Under and this resorted discouraging to the report use cold ]

r T ,*Reached* t< : the bones It took only a short while for the medicine'
Also-Fire Discovered in Engine even scraped to.rand
i' < ;;.Iyor Marshal Crlsman for a rew ,4 ,roti. yet they returned is in. tirely cure up the sores, and I am not dead as thij

:Minutes, -Crlsmsn Had, to Kill fllin.y .. Room But Could Not be Checked. disputable evidence that the doctors intimated I 'WQJld.be, neither have th
bloodisdiseased and responBarra ever broken out tflnl. Joni W. ** >**
time Central near Mlcanopy, was visitedby Wheeling, w Va.. '
There was a lively ,at a negro' 1903..
Bible for the sore or ulcer.
fire Sunday afternoon
.
.: frolio In Micandpy at a lafe boor Saturday ; a disastrous In Valuable time is lost in experimenting with external treatments' such __
ashes short time
which reduced to a
night with, the resulithat one I-'yilti E. Plnkham'a of the and salves, powders washes, etc., because the germs and poisons in the blood!)
the main Tillage,
man, John WllkersOo, was b M r'd Sunday support mast be removed before a cure can be effected. S. S. S. cJeanses"and pun-
+ afternoon, Vegotablo Compound one of the bent and most modern sawmill fies the circulation: so that it carries rich new blood to the parts and the

j.A :From the' best (Information obtainable Is si positive cure for all those painful plants in this section being v the sore or ulcer heals permanently.. S. S. S. not only!
ailments of It will entirelycure
it appears' i,1ia'tbe negroes were the worst women.forms of Female Complaints mill of O. E. Melton., removes the germs and poisons but strengthens the]
hating a frolic and dano' at a-house in all ovarian troubles Inflammation The fire Started in the engine room. S S S blood and builds up the entire system by stimnlat-

tl .the outskirts of Vibe; town and neighbors ,,and Ulceration Falling and It was discovered about 2 o'clock, whenIt fug the organs increasing appetite and giving!
Displacements of the Womb and eon. was said:there was a blaze no larger energy to the weak, wasted constitution. Its an]
e'Omplaloedt' ,h.ol.e, Marihal Sequent /Hploal: Weakness; and J.1 1vcen than a man's hat.; but It appears that exhilarating tonic aids the digestion and puts every part? of the body ia
4 O. H. Crlsmao. ;, went.tt *the scene andY iarl/ adapted to the Chang of mo. good healthy condition. Book on the blood. with any medical advice wished
ordered them to desist .vthen :"Witter- Lift. Every: time it will cureBackache. the fire protection have been inadequate Without
since wasv charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA CAmFayShbles
it to
impossible
it son, thevictim (of the tragedy, went .
4 after him'with a gqn..Orlsmaa% grasped It ban cured more canes of Leucor"* check the flame with the result that

IMm#f the gun and a b nd..to.frand'eoeoantrr rhcea than any Other remedy the world in a few moments the mill was a seething .
baa ever known. It ia almost infallible mass.This .
emued the marshal endeavoring to
get
It dissolves and
in each cases. expels
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which completedabout "
mill was 'v
possession of the gun and in the meantime Tumors from the Uterus in an early 'kG1
the pleee was discharged,the contents stair of development. ThatBoarlngdown three years ago: had a capacityof .

going Into the ceiling overhead. Fooling, 20,000 feet per day, and was a modern -

s' After chamber of the was plant In every way containing; the
one gun causinir pain weight and headache, is
discharged Crlsmau/ and Wilkerson instantly relieved and permanentlycured latest improved machinery. It was a

$ clinched and .fell, roiling out of the by its u.q: Under all clrcuro- great benefit to that section, since a Typewriter t
stances it act in harmony with the hands
door Into the yard About that time large number of were employed
female ayktem. It correctsirregularlt and the loss will haveIts.. 'effect upon
Oeo. Crls
? Critman'a ton and nephew,
man and Basney Harris, came upon y, the commercial Interests, : --- ACKNOWLEDGED;

the seine and Interfered the pistol fluppremed or Painful Menstruation, In connection with' the plant, which _- THE BEST
,
Weakness of the Stomach _
,
c Indigestion
total loss It Is said that about, : .
was Bred again and Wilkerson fell dead. Bloating,. Flooding, Nervous I'roetrationlleadaeheOeuerslDebility soy a MACHINE OS THE MARKET
1 A coroner's Jury comprising J, H. Also $1,000 worth of lumber was destroyed.This '

Prator, N. D. Molt, J. H. )MoffeK E, G.Ohitty I Dizlnoas, Faintness, mill must bate cost In the I Has Tabulator
and the friendsof UnlYrIt5Al[ KnOOARD I -ON-
15,000,
aelghborhoo9of
and R. S. Ghltty was secured Extreme Lassitude. don't-care and I
MachineLightest
. and an Inquest was held, the verdict of "want-to-be-lefbalone" feeling, excitability Mr. Melton will sympathize deeply Every
the jury vindicating the officer 'as he irritability, nervousness, aleeplensnesa. with him in this loss. -- .
f . flatulency melancholy the .
or It learned whether the
not
was endeavoring to protect the law by "blues,** and backache. These ere was property Shift I Lightest Running I The
the rowdiness said to have was Insured or not, bat It Is natural .
,topping sure Indications of Female Weakness, Champion Speed Writers of the World
been prevailing at the dance just before some derangement Of the Uterus. For to suppose that there was some In- '

the Sunday hour.. : Kidney 'Complaints surance. _______________ Use the Fay.Sholes. More FayShole In

The verdict of the jury wt justifiable and Backache of either tea the Vegetable That Tired Feeling. use In Gainesville than any other machine.
'. Marshal Crlsmao Compound ,la unequaled
homicide, as ) .
It are languid depressed, lnoap.able
You can write Mr Plnkham about you
't was ao&lnl'n' self-dsf.ns. *
It Is said the killed with yourself la strictest confidence. for work. It Indicates that your For Sale by. . .
negro war .
liver Is out of order. Herbine will assist
his LIDU .. riXSIUl HUB. CO.. tjma, .a..,
4 own gun.._ nature to throw ,off headaches, THE SON Gainesville Fla. '
rheumatism and ailments akin to nervousness' ,

JUDGE MASON'S COURT. NEWS OF' CITY hCOUNTY and restore the energies and ..

,vitality of sound and perfect health.
; ,. Two Negroes Arrested for Carrying CONDENSED .
d J. J. Hobbard, Temple Texas, writes
K Concealed Weapons Were Fined. "I have used Herbine for the past two G.
S. MERCHANT & GO.
1 White
.i Simmons and Charles Wllllsms.
Jim i T. J. Capers Springs!: is years. It has done me more good than
"< two negroes who were arrested at Or. greeting his old friends here. all the doctors. It is the best medl-
age Heights by Deputy Sheriff Granger Retailers and Jobbers In
cine made for enllls and fever
)I". E A "] 8ha of Waldo Is In the ever
upon a charge of carrying concealed .COo. Bold by W. M. Johnson.Teachers' .
i city'on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. O.

Judge Mason's weapons court, were ilondey arraigned and were In A..W. Thomas. Examination.The Stape I and Fancy Groceries

l assessed to pay a fine of 1100 each or Miss Fannie Cook left yesterday for examination of applicants for 'Q

spend three months In the county Jacksonville where she will enter St. teachers' positions In the public schoolsof

"gang." Having failed to produce the Luke's Hospital as a trained nurse. i Alachua county having been completed Grain, larden Sf>ed and Fertllizsrs.

fine they were remanded to prison and The Interior of the court house Is be. the papers were turned over to
rr wlllj be compelled to shave pine treesfor'the the committee and SOUTH SIDE SQUARE. ,
J lug Improved. In appearance by a liberal grading Saturday, t f GAINESVILLE FLORIDA
next quarter. application of paint. The work" Isbeingrtone this committee Is expected to make a
This habit or the reckless carrying of under the supervision of report within the next day or two. Highest market price paid for Chickens.( Eggs and other Produce.A .

yL pistols should be stopped and the officers Sternberger A Phillip, contractors. The examination while perfectlyfair

of Alachua county are doing all In to all participants, was a thoroughone Complete stock of Hay, Corn, Oats Flour, Bran, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal
their power to cheek It. A pistol toterIs Harvey P. Robinson left yesterday and' the. care with which the and Ry.. We handle 1 only the VERY BEST goods a' the LOW

3 the worst kind of a proportion. and for Brunswick,Ga.? where he will so. blanks were prepared Is a guarantee EST PRICES, and guarantee satisfaction always.6Td23LISHnXD .

:, this kind of a citizen does not meet the perlnteud the boiling of several hundred that the children of Alachua county. .
public-approval. bales of cotton for Dutton A Co. : 1BOO.
will be taught hy competent instructors
This cotton will be shipped by water. to
-- --- during the next term.
OAINESVILLE MELON MOVEMENT Eastern markets.
Superintendent Kelley Is a thorough H.F.DUTTON&CO.

Mrs. 8. II, Wlenir.es and nieces educator and believes in carrying his
Gainesville Melon Growers' Association
Muses Bessie and Edith Wilson of
u Ideas out with a benefit to the taxpayer -DEALERS IN
Shipping Good Fruit. Fort George, who are visiting Mrs.Wlenges the patrons and the pupils. In -

:'r'' The Gainesville Melon Orowe,.' Association departed yesterday for Coal a, this be has so succeeded admirably. Sea IslgtiQLcL OotrboiD.-

'i Is holding Its own so far as where they will be the guests or relatives ._ -

shipments are coucernedthls .'-...oc.Tbe for the next few days. Sprained Ankle Stiff Neck L.m.Sho"ld.r. .

Association so far has shipped Sea Island Cotton Seed.
Bagging and Twine. Walrus
G. W, Harrison of Hague was la the
about thirty carloads of cantaloupes, city yesterday Among other business These are the common ailments for Leather in Strips or Sides.
;; and the returns so far have been quitesatisfactory.
transacted was a subscription, to Ala. which Chamberlain's Pain Balm Is especially -
The fruit Is very choice ohua's luminary. Mr, Harrison states valuable. If promptly appliedit Manufacturers of the James
being possessed of a fine flavor, and Doig Improved English
that crops are looking well In his section will save you time, money and suffering
sells readily In the market at prices : with Sea Island Cotton Gin} and Supplies for Same
troubled of .
when one
with promise of a fair yield.J any .
M which make the growers feel good I these ailments. For sale by all drug- GAINESVILLE .
On Saturday two carloads of cantaloupes I n, WIU jn and J. B. Tale of Jacksonville gl.',. - __ FLORIDA, U S AkBstRAct

left via the Seaboard Air I.tne representing the Ludd.n ABates .
Attention. K. of P.
from Qanes\U! This fruit was eon. Houthern Music House, have -
signed to Eastern: markets, and will) no been in the city for the past two days The regular weekly meeting of art ,
Vernon :30 Knights of Pyth- & RESLTfClJPlE.
doubt bring satisfactory returns. winking the trade with great success. IbdgeNo. ,
Mr. I'.,. formerly' made his headquarters las, will be held at the castle hall .

art If the Baby Is Cutting Teeth here and has always en J
Be sure and use that old and well- business throughout this section.J. attendance Is desired and visiting IZxaoox-pormtedll:

tried remedy, Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing W. Simmons of 1'.011.111.,who has brothers will be welcome.J.. A.l'mrn.. C. C. E. VOYLE. MQR. x.aiVJ l

n Syrup for children teething It connected with the East Florida .& full Information
been furnished
K. of R. A S. .o'uSivT'a regarding ucla ;
E. O. BAXT-, .
4 soothes the child soltwne the KUDU Seminary In this city during the past i I. < allay all pain,cures wind colic and Isi" thoroughly t.'IOftvenaa& with land titles.FIREACCIDENT .
e ."'season has gone Orlando.>. From that Tax on Babies. .if
.
the beet remedy diarrhoea. T, *c- ekty" he will proceed to his Indiana I
.. weather Is
Extreme hot a great tax }
a tyf r. cents a bottle. home for a few weeks. He entered the' of babies. E. ETO ; .
upon the digestive power y LE. :
Get Marrl.d. I teachers' examination here, ho"' '''''''.!I When puny and feeble they should be ;
::
and will be an applicant for a position doses of White's Cream BURGLARYTHE ALgDEMNrry, IssuRA1tQ. .
Tb.......111I''a' be a ceasoa of raatrlmoa tin.Alaehuseonntydstlag the coming given few" .enting aamher of prominent Am.rieaa ADd English ;;
: .
the children's tonic. It REAL eompe.DJ t .f j F
Vermifuge ESTATE
: /, andIIto; Uottor Judge Masuo is term. Ue U well pleased with Florida. will stimulate and facilitate the digestion AND CITY 10.8. .;f/t..;: -
kept busy !..QI.) | .marriage licensee.t" . Ga.n ea-v:1:1: e ;
t|epeially<< Alachua eooaty, sad says he that I E1.ar.1.c1a1:
of their food so they soon ., ,.'
does not object .
The genial Judge to to make hit home "
propoeee permanently .;become strong, healthy sad active. i"
this, however, M "It oont In ar h..... I t' Sold by W..M.Johttsoo. > A5vr:
financial way ami he k never happier EVERETT X 3
-- HOTE
t than when he thlnkaHe Isfjolniag two
.
li heart together for the+ betterment sad Cfaerryl"ectoral. Docers \
235 W.
happiness of maaklod.. ron have used It for orer sixty Bay St, JACKSONVILLE FLORID :\;
,
The Judge Nt Issued within th. put years. We are wtlllne, anxious ; ,

two days muriate ,lkMee to W. 8. thai you should sfcyourova doc c.HtraD1 a.caw, ther..gt1j teprtrel sad ....rate*. 3ewly. btw.itia.J: r
* Gilbert
Aafcl .Wkildea.
w Caathe and
aboutyouroslfi: It far coaghs Flam.T.T "
.sa.peaa
Gather and Beaale BtactoaV.; B. L, .Do

t4 Qsanoa and Bari 3l.M.TtBmaa. wblte.AL M cold*, b ::EL.. :: .A..S03-T:: :E'1O-P2iO.td': '

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,J.tif.fi&'f6\\: .4 fit 'Iff.J. )';;;.....' "})t,. it' ..Ii.,( i .Yi ." .t .t I '- ....;1:' ''t'-O: ':C'tfi-
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) JTHE -PAIL SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. JUKE 13 1905'

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,'. NTY :,SOlONS HAD The Cause of Many THE FOURTH AT TRENTON. :- '" tuN


r r Sudden The .,:: .. ..<:... ....., _." .... ', '. .'U_ '. ." "_L . ... . .... ... ,". ','
,A J SUSY) SESSION Deaths. People of That Section Will Celebrate ; : : :. ; "" . '''' ': ; ,: .,; :' ': .,. '_: '
1
There is a disease? prevailing in this Nation's Independence.The ,.,
>thresfo < country: most ilatiKerous
good
i I ttreausewtdree1U people of Trenton and v-

ev Days Enquired to Transact I : death tirr.lLrec.uddru:!* cinity ar*! nothing if they" are not patriotic
re c.iusitlit
.
'
'e: the County's Business. hy -'..uutease. ,It!!- :I Next totheirfamihes and oat-
.
tie
they lure
m0ge 'T JU-MMBMMV 1'1I1'unlulIl.l. their country and art
heart failure ,'r'', preparing to demonstrate this fuel( on

is i Y BILLS.,. . WERE PAID t ajwplexv are often i I the Glorious Fourth, when they will
the rcMiU! of kulne '
I [ unite in a grand picnic whioa: will be
\ tli-easr.
an If
Was Ordered.That. : SIO.OOO be i Ltilnetrouhle is JI..ld at the old mill near Trenton.A .

real (Transferred From! the Fine and For. allowedt.'airutce cornaiittee. appointed several da,. The Kind
port ] "failure'' the thek.uliuTt.mrurir' -\ 'l'"ioUII' ago are hard at work You Have Alvmyn Bought and Which has been
to .Road Fund-Permits arranging a prupram -
se \ _. ".. C<1 hhw,1! will! attack which for elaborateness iu use for over 30 yean, has borne the lenatnro of rand
:Issued to Carry.Pistols.Galneaville the vital organs, catarrh of has not
ring causing has Men madoundel' his pert.sonal .,
been
thebla.ttll'r. In .
surpassed the Wt
/- or the knlue\s thc.'lIIseh'es : Kud. A
t.re thth f." June 6, '05. break <10\\n aiul waste away cell In cell i brass band has been secured, it is said, T .. -rIfl.. sapcrrUion since Its Infancy. .. tit4 ,
The Board of County Commissioners Bladder troubles allllol't'ahH's'relult and several Allow no one deceive)you In this.
,. i prominent speakers have
Is. c( this day fa regular session. Prea- a from cure a IS derangement ohtatneil! of the lcnlne\s" and been selected from the neighborhood All Counterfeits Imitations and "Juat-aa-good" are bull ?w

|ts1LO. Dampier chairman ; J. G. treatment of the Ivi.quickest lnc\. I If ba von: are proper led.InK.hadly and elsewhere who will deliver inspire Intents Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health off

h teen, C. C.Pedrick. F. F.! PaoUinic j >on can make no'ini,.taVe l
food find J. F. TO.Da Dd. taking pro Kilmer's;: Sw, 'amp-Root. the There will be a big dinner and In all

>uri- '! The meeting being called to order, great It corrects kiilne\: ,inability liver: and to bla.Uer boM remedy. the affair promises to be one which all What is CASTORIA
the : : urine and *
my the{ minutes, last meeting were scalding pain in p.\o!ill!; it. and over who attend will never forl t. In short
the read and approved. comes that unplea-kiut necessity of hdllcompel1eol H will be a good old-tlme love feat, Cnstoria fa a harml as substitute for Castor Oil Pure )\

late The following bills were audited, and to to go often through'the/: day, such as the people of the West End are Corlc, Drops and Soothing 81".11'It Is rieosant. 'I* .

ingan ; found correct'and-ordered paid : night get The! tip miM many and times the. extraordinary! during the Doted for, and those who fail to be contains neither Opium, Mort)hlno nor othev NarcotlO '

8. H. Wienges, clerk and auditor, effect of Swamp-Root is soon ,realizetl.! recent will have cause to regret substance. Its age' Is Its Ktiarautaa. It destroys Worms : t
r ill $W; W. M. Torlsy, guard, $25>> ; Moses I lit stands the highest for itun.lerfut - - ..--. and allays F '...el'lahneu. It cures" Dlarrluna nod \Vlnit t

ed, <,Bhsnnan, Janitor $25; J, H. Jarvis, I cures of the most distressing cases. A Thousand Dollar Worth of Good. Calla It relleYes Teething Troubles, cures CottMtlpatlon

!sanitary work, $R; Bell Telephone'Co, sold Swatnp-Koot ball druggists is /pleasant in fifty-cent to take ant and l I. "I have been afflicted with kidney and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food: regulates the .'

I f$75S.H.\Viengeastampsetc.H30; ; i I one-dollar slur hott\\ s. You may bare a and bladder trouble for years, passinggravel Stomach and Dowels fflTtngr healthy and natural sleep.

: H. sir W B. Drew Co., envelopes for sample bottle of this wonderful new discovery or stones with excruciating: The Children's Panacea

7 lerk'i office, $G.85; J. B. Fletcher, I II both!cnt and free a book by mail.that tells.Address all about>r. Kil;:it!, pain," says A. Ii. Thames, a well '

:cue of pauper $12 60; II. D. Lewis, mer Cn. llinghauiton. :N. Y. When knows coal operator of Buffalo O.HI GENUINE ,

fI'patting down well at poor farm, $8.26; writing; mention reading this generous: trot no relief from medicine until began
,;.8. B. Oaskins. :work at Jail, $77.65; | offer in this 'jw.per. })Oll't make any taking Foley'* Kidney Cure ; then Bean i,
but
mistake rememlier
,,Willis \V. Oolson, compiling agricultural tarot Dr. Kilmer's S\\ump-Koot the nameSwamp-, and the the result was surprising. A few duesstetted

;< sUtfstlc, $188; Gainesville Gas address, Biiighanitoii, N.-: Y.: ou every the brlck-d .,>like substanceand
'
i
';:>and Electric Light Co., lights for May, bottle. now I have no pain across mj kid.

13.89; W. D. Dickinson, tax collector, -- neys and 3 feel like anew man. It has

t Commissions( $138.01 ; H. H. McCreary, that W. .\ Bryant, J. E. Frolick and J. done me $1.000 worth of goad" Foley's ,

,publishing report, $2 ; D. G. Edwards, O. White are appointed to view and Kidney Cure will{ cure every form of

,:\' team., $27; Baird Hardware Co., suns I mark out said road and make report at kidney or bladder disease. J. W. Mo- The KM You

.4riel, $7G. O; AV. H. Robertson, treal.r next meeting of this board. Collura Co.

t;orer, commissions, $66.60; Walker, Whereupon the board adjourned on
.Erans.ft Cogswell, deed book, $16 ; M. til Wednesday morning 9 o'clock. A BANKRUPTCY CASE. 'In Use For

(\ :' .8. Cheves, sap rvisorregistration, $50; I tt wa.e.vwa.ease:
:
iJ. $3.60; City of Gainesville, water, The board met pursuant to adjournment and Appraiser Appointed.The .

:5.:; $10.25; Crawford &: Davis, hauling, of Tuesday. Present : J. O. case of R. B, Porter, bankrupt .-- - ,- .- .. ."
)!423.60; Eddins Manufacturing Co., ; Dampier, chairman ; J. G. Osteen, 0. came up before Referee "', II. Palmer

t: lumber, etc., ,$146.67 ; E. S. Spencer'cBounty's '' Pedrick, }o'. }'. Paulling and J. Fownsend. Saturday- afternoon.Notwithstanding .

;i 1., proportion of excess taxes T that a notice was JOB

f collected $2.50 ; F. F. Paulling, road The board being called to order, bail published notifying all creditor, of

f hands for June, $175 ; J. G. Dampier, ness was resumed. whom there were many, to appear

road hands, $200; F. F. Paulling, eera Ordered! either In person or by attorney, only Sec..d "5Toia.r

i a YlceaoDl'oad$27( : J. li Dampier, services That the following' named county two were represented.by Attorney. :?

on road, S4 ; .. G. Oiteen, serviceson commissioners be paid the amount set 1. Metealf of West Palm Reach who

,, .)- road, $2; G. M. DeSha, work opposite their respective names J. G. held power of attorney.B. SUN

,j, oo road, $1 ; C. C. Pedrick, wagon, $77 ; ampier$20i ; J. G. O.t.eo. $43 ; O. R. Colaon was appointed trustee, JlE

i D.M..Phifer, repairing bridge, $80; J. C. Pedrick$13: ; F.F\Paqlllnc.t28 { J.F while W. O. Morris, John F, Seagle -. . -p

C. Barley' work on road, 60 cents ; C. Townsend $24. and If. "'.. Watt acted a* appraisers

L. Thlfpin, services on road, $&i; ; I.. That the following bills be paid tK. The assets consist of bicycles and sundries

E. :Means, repairing bridge, $43.45; ; J. A. Thrasher, services aa attorney appraised ,value of (218 open
U.Pratorlumber1971 ; T. R. Waits, for county commissioners, too; L. W. account In bankrupt $162.: The total CHARLES

f '8"10.100 road, $02 ; S. H. Benjamin }Fennell sheriff, services ia ease examination liability l of the bankrupt la $ ,079.88, 5

sundries for road, f;:( 60 ; W. K Stokes, Annie Stokes, lunatic, $3 10; and, inasmuch a* he claims a home

work on road, $1.45; ; C. C. Round H. (i. Mason services In lunacy case stead exemption of $1..ul.> It looks bad

tree?, work on road, $7 ; N. B. Mott, Annie Stokes, $7 ; Pepper Publishing for the creditors. YfJM1 ..

sundries for road $18.22; A. Morrison, Co docket for sheriS's office, $15. -- (
Just What Everyone Should Do. H NDMA ?e\5 \
work on road t2 50 ; K. H Ormond, That the contract be awarded to
work on road, 60 cents ; T T. William 8ternb.TKer A Phillips for painting Mr. J. T, Umber of Irwlnrille./ U.. J
court house as follows Sanding and I always keep a bottle of ;
+t Co., sundries for; road ; $38 63 ; W. C Chamberlain' '-
rubbinic down, stainiug and varnishing Colic Cholera and Dlirrhoea Itemedy
R F.
Lindsay, work oo road, 60 cents ; ...
all of lower floor at hand for.instant '
hallway baseboards ready ate Attack .
Thomas, work on road. $2.25 ; Frank
17.60 ; sanding and rubbn R of colic, cholera morbus and diarrhoea -
Cauthcn, work on road 75 eents ; Csu- '
down, tilling, pnttying and ( come on so suddenly that VVHISKEV B./
then A Co., lumber for road, $6.12; G. staining there I I. no >
null and graiiiing four large doors on both time to hunt a doetor or 1(1 to the store per.'t
W. Lewis, work on bridge, $2.85 ;
sit Chester lumber for bridge, $6 84 ; I.. sides, $28 ; painting all inside workon for medicine, XIr. Barber says "l SON 09:
banisters, rises, tread and cellingof have tried Chamberlain' Colic Choi --
W. Fennell, sheriff, feeding prisoners.
stepi, oneco.tIA: The work to be era and Diarrhoea Remedy which I.I for
$73.20; L. W. Fennel], expenses in arrest Agents Pabst
high grade and of the best m..rlala.Upon one of the best medicine I ever Ia w.
of Robert Cook, $le 25 ; L. W Fen ttxport! per bbl', 10 doa, $
I
motion of F. F. Paollfng keep a bottle of'It{ In my room as I &
nell, habeas corpus of B. J. Grant. Blue liibtKMi. per bbl. 10 du. I
it i+ ordered that the chairman la{ have had several attacks of eolie and
1520; W. P. Nipper, balance witness
hereby authorised to transfer and set It has proved to be the best medicine I Jung's Cincinnati .
fees
la Bosh ease $7 ; R. fl. StrinRfellow .
orrr to the road fund from the fine ever used Bold by all druggists.
coroner, inquest George Per bbl. lOdoc, fjj '
and forfeiture fund $10,000. --- -- .-- ---. .
310R. fl. Stringfellow CloridJ'1 -------
That S. II Wienges, clerk I. hereby
Jury fees (n same case, $11.60 We freight
authorized to have the record books pay or
LtuRhia(house, services inquest that need rebinding bound: the same on the following
$320; F A. Roux, building
to cote from $6 upward., and not t 0
cesspool at Jail, $230.60. Fees in criminal (
exceed *t volume, and to have LEWIS
per t
cases aa follows t G. P.Webb, J. I'.,
on such record book. as he
jackets put
411701: B. A. Lamb. $5 35 ; L. W. Fen <

Mil. $44.00; II. C. Denton, $7 62; Oe o. may deem advisable 4. ( '
That whereas 8. 0 Uarroo \. RGod. F
ILColman, $3.90; R. A.Caswell.$10.65: is
T. J. Turner, O. S. Ellis. W. L.
S..S. Sessions, $8 75 ; E. T. Henderson, w
i Pickettll A. Pickets T. K. Plet.tAlexander !, BLUM'S
*SeO; J. D. 81 ford, $10.30; H. 0. Ma- :
Head, I). D. McArn. K. K,. 4

$378..Ordered hennas J. K. :/ttrouer M C. Gautt, 12

W. C Yearwood W. C Lladsay, T. R.
:That the petition of eitlsen of Dis't'rie -
Oder C. W. B.ker. J. t:. Martin Mrs i EARLY
: tIdnr No. 21 asking that the road run-
from.edmora t.p Bell be changed M. K William. B. II. Graey, J. W Hettl<>4 In .. .
Tillman, J Y: Itryant, M. Clements
app follows Commencing at or near tj.iW.'oomer 4 '
and W. C.jr* *"'' .aeb having complied t. ,
of N. W. of N. E.
Y'S' ; ;: J4' )i Sej. the requirements of the '5 .
8 R. 14, running thenee doeLnorth with
oY.38., Tp. v
law, that they etch b- granted a permit it (
to X. W corner of **mer thence I to own and terry a pistol.Whereas. .

:l-north t> to railroad NRbt-ot-wsy. the Dee I W 3. Yearwood having tFk BLUM'S '
i.: ..' parallel with railroad to the preent e eoaplled with the requirement' of the
!
< rallrosul rroMiojr. be ara; a.cl..aad law. that he be framed a pr nlt toowa '
aDd carry a Marlm rifle according full
4
to law.

; E. H.! WATERS The board adjourned] n full
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au.***. Caurl**.. 12 full
Cures Old Sores.Weetaorelaod .
PMGTIML Kan May A, 1S 1O'l. Ab olat.ly the safest Bad moat cvco SHERIDAN CLUB: .,"
ooaJkal D'sw.r sow tat f the ...,..,. All
DaUud Boow LiDimnCo.. YcSaow st *,...--IJt to 90 borae Dower Write lor 4 full quarts . .
APER HANGER Uaimeat eared at oW sore o* press. .

the side of my shin taat was supposed' Tata. saga is aOl "Jak at 011 6 full quarto . .

r. to be av esse.r. Tae safe ass stattwrm teed." with 4y.aa.c* or t.aUrIH.M Id full quarto . .
House Piloting and weold not yield to rsltw..t SC. MedII.crt.....,. to ke0 you"...uJ.d:.
I ._ and Decorating. tit I tried Stow Uaim- I. "hksktfce IJ4 butitUa"C/aeker J..IL" to do y oa,
f work Isi abort order, My si.t.r. rortu and M. r_aie. bold resist.aJl We sac dealers In evi>

.rhrn p...,.. Caner, (,lalMcttOr; FU.FeJl Mr Mtffla*. SopbU Co.. P&... ins p.,sore Al ..esrUle. nJ0trosts .,. CTMU-Mtfee plltfty UMlC.6EO.srr.jr..of inmsef faMk Ai(. Liquor Rum line

that it la a e.s>..,. SAM *ee4b and
liee of Palau cad Wall Paper .r alOe boUle. bald by Joaaw W. MOVERS IJCo.lo 0.00 ,
stoek ftt lowest rrtee* to Ue trade. 00S. fi3aftllevliie,. ra.dU1
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t '. DAILVBntered THE CITY OF GAINESVILLE. OIVI! IT TO GAINESVILLE.The .


",' :: mh.e 1 t1 ; ..";''R lS nlng .ofer. ,th*,,t graphleal Orange County Reporter would j .

i .'. ... ....... map. lo'ld.-.t.b..b; r!er 'will no- like to go on record as being heartily 1 h

'f,'t, .' the PMt Office'at QalllenWe.FIa.. tied that Ailsehua\coonjr\ Is. pearly In In favor of Gainesville being selectedas t .

k 5' .1. leeord-elMS mall.ciattcr. tliel"eiuterof ihe'StfitePaetand West the location for the new State University.

i libel tfglit on.th* 'drldftr'so| io ..peak.belnR.t . /
I H. If. WcCftJCART, Cdltoi* n4 PublfAber.W. . )h* highest'In; nUltu 4.'of, any of It Is an' ideal location being near: the SNOW

i ; W. AS11LEV.!: Aatoclate Editor. the counties of the chain from North geographical center of the State and
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South. la, the natural of population easily
JESSE E. HURTZ. City Editor. to tfoaseqiuince : near the center ,
I drainage of:the county'Is better. than accessible from all sections.

r LOUIS J. :BRUMBY. Gent Traveling! "Agent", relieving: For fifty years it hat been. distinctively

> a'college t F. )i. PRKWITT Supt. Compoftlnr Rooms. liable to breed,malaria, and the rainfall citizenship are thoroughly Imbued
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OKPICB: rOKTKK BLOCK.cj Is not quite up.ta that of other witbTa healthy and and enthusiastic FOR RHKUMATiSri.arrs.spHAnrs,
counties. Bo mueh ,for the location educational sentiment.The A SURE CURE :
+ W.: :Main eirecl. H. TCLBMIOMB: 439TXH IONS GALLS BRUISES COKNSBUM.
and health of the county, which can new University would start off CONTBACT-
h' DAILY St''t.pubUehcd ever/morning except .. ED MUSCLES, LAMB BACK STIFF JOINTS, FROSTED FEET t,
be verified .on f inreiilgatioa. with the accumulated power and prestlge <
i BURNS SCALDS ETC.
Monday,delivered by carrier la the city: ,or
mailed to any jmrt of the United State,postage The city of Gainesville is located on of the But Florida Seminary'

1' free, lot Jj a year; fa.jo alt>: moathi |..3S tbre.f t rollloK land so far as the greaterpor- fifty years/ of uninterrupted success. AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation subdues Inflammation

month;or 50 cent for five "vrc:-lrictly: In Lion is concerned, and there It ample 'The -wealth of tradition and sentiment and drives out Pain.

1e advance.. i j opportunity for.. good system of sewerage which has grown' up and about PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tissues, promotes x

l F.tadlnf| notices, in local column loctmt a line ,- which would .place It beyondany the Seminary would be a rich inheritance a free circulation of the Blood giving the Muscles natural
elasticity.
q tareretin.ertlon.andscentarorwebadditional, fear 'of Infection ,or contagion to the new University. a .
iniertlon '" It' With the ordinary steps taken toward There would\ be at once transferred ,
Kate for li play advertUtnyjnadc. known ott '
sanitation. to the University all the strong affection -
application. ,k._
.'_ '. I The water supply of the ally for all and powerful influence of the

The Twlce-.-W ck 8" U a'tr dl t.pace,forty I purposes, pumped from the city workson large body of the Seminary alumni, CURED OF PARALYSISw

column: paper, poubU.becS'1everr Monday and .th# outskirts town, (II taken fromsprings which is now larger than of all the s. P. O. True Texas writes: "My
Bailey
..i Thursday, and contain nth Chi new ot th, that produce the purest to be other State schools combined.Of wife had been coffering, firo years with paralysis ia
week local, 6Ut and sawnaacS will be
mailed, pmtftf free, to ,any 'part of the United had In the State. Few people realize the high value placed'bl her citizens her arm when I was persuaded to use Ballard'e

,. .. Its superiority until they visit other educational advantages, at Snow Liniment which effected a complete cure. I
i fotal or ca. ,- ot f toa. a jrear-in advancedAudvetbint upon
have also used it for old sores, frost bite. and skin
localities tbat.lay great stress on their shown by her splendid public and pri eruptions. It does the work.
bills become-duel! after Brit flowing well which In nearly every Instance vale schools and by the hearty support Off
appearance of advertisement, uatcaa. otb. riM BEST UNIMENT EARTH'OI'tCI' TRIED. ALWAYS USED
contain( mineral, of the East Florida Seminary during ,
some an unwholesome given REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES p
tlputated la eo Cnc:1. Parties not known to ua
",' will be required to pay lot advertising la udtanoar'AddtTRIi'DAILY .. natare.vwblch Is not to be I 'its long and useful career. THREE SIZES: 25c. SOc and $1.00

.. HUH, found in our pure spring water, which I Of the religious training and large
CO.ST.
I O4JJIUYu..a.'PL&i .\ : Is pleasant to the taste and possesses number of scientific lectures given during BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT .
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, medicinal qualities in a moderate decree the National Winter Bible Conference LOUIS. U. S. A.

GAINESVILLE- :THE 'PLACE' and the Florida Cbautauqua held

; +, er Tbe .'ree&.l.of aaloesrllle are systematically there annually.Of .
ir2, Tb. city of Gainesville offers a doxsnexcellent laid' out', and many of them the religious character of the citizens OLD AND RBOOMMBNOKO BY

4 / reeoni for that cjt* bng as I are well made/pearly all being shaded of the community as evidenced W.r t. JOJTTTTSOIET;: : ,' C3-a.;xi.es1.Tl: e. :1
the loc .loD for the i State
proper ; & 'new I with towering oaks, giving the thoroughfares by the large congregations; and beautiful -

.3 University.' They are: all good one tbe appearance In many church edifices.

1ss and should welghhearUj"with'thosek portions of a well shaded park\.hlle' After thorough Investigation as to "''' '''''''''''

who are authorised to.snake .tbe" seleotlon. I. the handsome residences. to be found Us healthfulness and desirability It

M, Id her' plea '.or"b',11D".ral&: ", In-large of selected all
l numbers all give Idenoe was over competitors by 4
'; Gainesville li shown to t/a What she''It; the the Odd Fellows the location for C Ilf '
thrift; with beautiful lawns and attractive as
You Are Insured.
vlct a dl.tinptively'coUege, "O.D. centrallj flower' 'gardens. And best of their National Sanitarium.Of 5 o

located; .healthy troth; from a all, U the cheer that Is found within 'the purity and abundant supplyof C

moral and pbJ.loatltddpoln'oro.ved those homes, extended to all who water; This is shown by analysis to
with the halo of flfty'years of college In a Company that it Responsible Have a Policy Correctly
come beneath the sheltering roof. Oo be almost Identical! with the famous ..
With of Contract and P
Written Liberality Policy the Company
; oltisensblp
4' tradition, possessing Imbued where you,will in ::the great State of Poland Springs water of Maine. 01 Pays Losses Promptly "

with a healthand enthusiastic Florida when you return to Gainesville The moraratmospbere of the city, as

-la, educational sentiment and because will) be there shown the of home life the ,
you sure to say maybe by purity ;
; there would at once transferred to but moral of Its citizens You Are Assured
sonic as good none better Ih.aIbe high character ; )
the University all the,strong affeotlon Central City, the strict enforcement of the prohibition -

r : and powerful Influence of the large Tbe moral and religious sentimentof laws-the fact that no whiskey Is That serious loss.csn overcome without have some t t
no you you
body of the Seminary alumni. which U the city II''too well established to sold would be of the greatest benefitto refuge. O i

now larger than'that of'all the other BVBVaVB B a B B B BVB MSBWMBfjBMMB PJaVHe> .
t need additional praise. The records the student bod,.Orange County

State schools combined. Gainesville show what they are. Not one blot onUs Reporter. V -.

r tbe proper location and South Florida fair name, and through the vigilance Life and Health
Fire Accident
hall use her; Influence io secure 'beUDlnnl' of the workers along that line When the hbor unions kept out of ) Insurance. C

sG format city.DtBoto,County I the moral aspect la rigidly I maintained.One polities they got along very smoothly. '

N.... ?____________ ftaiureof Gainesville's devotion Politics won't mix with anything that ) None but Reliable! Companies Represented. C +k,

> to educational matters. the complete has a tendency for good.
Those Gainesville people are certain
harmony of1 every religious denomination C
ly wide awake over the school proposition. for the upbuilding of our schools. The man who undertakes to build up A. :M.: CXJSKCJMJLIsr: )
Having'abundant faith" In their his religious believe by tearing down
There Is no sentiment manifestedIn e
own and the advantf ges It offer* at a regard to denominations the the belief of others, generally makes Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA C +
;P site for the State University, the people
little headway.
churches being united for the advance
of Gainesville are I Good lug the State -- -- . naaoi.ra..a '' '''''''
ment of sound education, regardless of --- -
k with letters and telegrams asking for creed. The students of the Seminarytlectvd Norway is (having trouble to find a ...- ---- ---. .- ---. -_. .. .. .-

support. They want a good word Said their own denomination king. Some. scoundrel has probably PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF
for their town, and In strong: and fordMe taken them all Call for
'hthod It, Hsptist, Presbyterian andEpiscopalian out. anew
PF language they point out the ,good all worked together for deck. Whiskies Wines Beer and Malt.
_ % points of the plan for the location of ,
the betterment of the student
body.
f'a' State school and then follow ply .. .. ..
large _
Japan will Russia to -.- -- - -.- -__-. __ m -- -..- -
The members of the numerous secret
this up with repeated requests for a cough all the loose change she has KXPKESS: PHEPAll.
orders of the city, which are founded up I hulk <:ioo l good( word and support., There I I. noth
on the .principles that are calculated to tattle. _ full Qt. Momure. 4 Qts., e Qta. 12 qtr tl.50 Per Gallon:
ing slow about' them and they have Huntla Club Rye . ., ..t9 m ft QO 1 T noT Rre. Jln. Corn. Uood trade.
make and humane
men companionable I
faith In their: town and its advantage Two curloftds a day ot pineapples Nelson Counlr Rye.. ., J W 1xi IM\ r.w: l>r GallonRje. -
_ d have.. done muck to tighten, the bond of Stuart Monogram Rye .. . .. . . 8 At. So 8 UOB Gin Corn Hum. Une qualltr.KIC. .
o which deserves to win nut.-Tampa from /Aht)J'rr Won
are Wing shipped : :
unity, and the sentiments of thvse orders Uaone'a "41" Hr '... ..... 973 800 60 Ciio. Con Rum. diet for the .
ti'l' Dally Herald. ... have; aM<*d materially In forming ..-.------ ., ---.T------_. ---- .Soe.allJrul'-: ...'......... .1\0 6 W IS (A U.m l'crGal1on) : tuoner.
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.. .. ... . H" Rfe I'cttuUnml Apple Brandy. Mellow
-- ---- -- Malt WbUkey .. ... 37) 5 no a >
a brotherhood that is seldom round In MV ,-d by .....e.
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As was to lia expected, the passage; Peach Itrandr :S TS & 00 IJ )
#' of tho lluckmau hill brought on a keen any cnmmonU,. FOLEY'SHONEYINOTAR Appleltrandr.. ... ...... J 7& A uIloUa&dOln > 0 !\loiorla. Kie. ":sot: .00 1.1 IVr l l>Oallon roi' Kye.: MedlotnaLKMP -
In bu.tn.>ss there Is no' dl.oord-onlJ .......... '" 3 ao" 4 SS T 21\ .,uaUI'
rivalry all to the oral of the State l;nlverstty. -
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the navurnl rivalry to GenevaUtn. .8t6 lint A IMT \ ST. LouisitEtClr.
necessary spur Per Dox.
; Lake t'lty It items had North Carolina: Corn . .. X r 6 4 (0) (III
ti no . . ... .. ..
hurt on to greater exertion' and whenthe Mountain Corn .. .... ... :S 75 A u> 11110 Kalnta.T. Fleer '.. ......tl'f
expectation of lilviuil up her hold, on J..m.I..ltum. .. .... ... Jwl .1.\ f/& SC"'l&Je. .. . .. .. ..;...... .1(0
doors are closed and the men thuiriiKSfcvd MeJfortJ Hum . ... ... 31'5 Mu It (*) Standard ,. . .. .. .. .. .......1 ou
account o( the money already Invested, .. .. ....... MaJ.f'Jlu.dark.. .. .. .. . oo
inert to consider the best In- Crape Brandy .11.111141 AMI
$ UUbur" .. .. ... i"t
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there and lit Itnds and bull Jinn*. hint of Kett Bourbon 3 75 Sty' 9 MSame ro
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terpttts, "f the city, and themselves Ut> Ale. ,idnt .... ,...... .. t Sft
Gainesville I Ua, |popular competitor express The original A-.nmea\UcwrtOQAU0oo.11 of Uultcrsn: Stout ploui . ...,. ....u..885:

has numrrau..uund reasons for urging there Is t but one sentiment in regard I Prices . .. __ '__'__ __.. .Prices. the. bbl. m application
; to nor school's and that is to make LAXATIVE ----
f.t that the Unlvrr lij L.> lixjattnl therV <'. cough remody 116-1 ." ; .
In-st for the HAIMiME JACKSONVILLE,
". thrill the and the purest ( EROS
\ would U glad to have it situated The genuine w. Aii.ins ST. FLA.JA .
education of our young/ ladles and gentlemen. . .. .. .
tr, nearer our end of the StatM, and If the OLE?' UONEV and TAI't.I. --- -- --- f .-. .h . ;

}'",mal. {J llt'lIr I is to KO: wt-it c( the 8uwanne aaboUtu... I .. >,1. OKAHAM. President lit:. TAYIOR Cashier +
No word of compl "jtt everoatne, up a Yellow p&ek.cn.'ulle .
rifer think Uiw other should Uao. \V. urns, Vi-p.iden' LKS GR.nUl.ut..
como farther Into the 1't'nhlluIA.--\r- rf'JIUJhljt, the uVv vlmi of Uiuesrlll. Prepared.nly by I I Cashier

cadlaChief ChAD'I'''''', to her p\.h) ool.-..h* I I" a chixil town ..,., Oe..lt.n". ChIOll"+w ,j '

-.-. and alvtays -will b'.f. rthe, people are For Sale> lij J. W. }MriVllnm' ,; l'.. I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
'Li
;' ware or the fact that the. flat inhere
Jtiatlc :;ittaektef.trl not otFlorida's -
ilatU'ct i Ie a pure nil mi and heart and an
ablest jurists( U ret' ..iriug MEN AND WOMEN. O3T -INESVILLF

+ maul oouipliinvtils from, the, !;islepres. "tlUI.'Atl .---__:. .,--- -.. ttta. ...A.r.tra.na..tw.C.. aua et r.e..a.r.rstw ,
t r.r
.. The honors hint ar.' .. .... alrar + clvvii justly trnt.u.a. v* THE ONLY NATIONAL
.,. ... BANK
tTArc or Onus CITY or : ( wa.rww teaser. a % IN ALACHUA CO
I l to'lOW""be aprvutc oouri of LrcAs CCI"XTT.t'rftnk T011:1I0'1.{ t..e F.t.* f.IB>>. .e. .w aastla..a 1

t the 8tat |is now In eminent. ... hands, J. Ct.1It'1 makes oath that he tVet.lCawaalCe. pet..ia er.r.rw.anmun. b ae.at.ts., Capital* . . . . . . . . . $50,000 00 .U.:.'
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w n.e> la plate .n.
v.a
------- -- ?e partner *.. .> atNs r N o.t. t.. .:
There Is liable to be'! a race war in Cl>U.fCu't doing business 40 tk. ttswwal.tU..urs.-VInee nee S e. t. Surplus and Undivided Profits . 30,000 00 .

Indian Territory. One of the Marcum I city of Toledo, county and ;tale aforesaid _... ', )... 1&11..1)' a aaaktna Mtda_. "1111 raeWun eprau \4 <,.
j --- anr bank la tI.
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of Kentucky killed Ule -- of Tarmmlacrebanu.cts ,
family was at ) and that said arm will pay the ' Muskgee by acolorU man. 1i ) sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS IU .l'4'Crlalln"aC4 "u A.J br.ite.. ustuuesed DeomDtU! I' \'t tH

.. .. E. TAYLOR
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-- Cashier.
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- f<,ir each and every ease of catarrh that PATENTSGASNOW . x
Digelow the man who rubbed the I cannot Iv* cored by the nee of Hall's -

Milwaukee bank gets tea years at .tarrbo.re.1'lt.\NX: J. CHENKYWwora .

r t hard labor in the Wisconsin' State pris to before me and eabeeritwd t!' ...u ( tie.piyc..n1wngaM.1. == FIRE LIFE AND B. JORDAN '
+, on. Jle'a entitled to Lt. In my preeenee. this 9th day of !>*. J '_..M.es.ta .... --
.,.comber J. D. lSS& stir. .a"r' IN aL, COU.T1IUa. ACCIDENT IM ,
_ (SsM.: ). A. W QLEASOK, ....... ..... ... .........,.. __ Ii-. : H
roe clear .r.tv..JNlwal ,..,..
u The quite on the NOTABT Pr TEE OLDEST
1 Iltll's 1 uir t.tNS w t.ltbr..tal ....$.. tatht.y.a' .
Catarrh Oore"abD
peace proposition, lie perhaps thinks n.a.w M rM I INSURANCEt
[ ashy aDd acts directly on the blood eat awes- ....... .... ... ... -rr Hotta..... AIm BEST COB
it something on the eternal order. and mucous .arf.... ot the system. .*...1....... Do C-

Send for stlmonUr. tr...
_ As between being interned and In. I >\ J. CHI }'ILY A CO.. Toledo O.

terred most of the Rasslan nary hare told bv all draggtsts. no. .
Take Hall's Family for coast- (
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chosen the former. s BLOCX GAINESVILLE

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IL r NEWS.. FROM ALL I The 'San Lieutenant Probably Drowned. I DR. MO'FFETT'S Curas Cholera lafaohn 'tun

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e.te 1 Francisco. June 12 -lieutenant tint

PARTS OF FLORIDA a.U! rte HlatJoaelTa mysterious death Bowel DLarrhAta.Treofcl 0yteIIteIy..and el CMUrtt : ; ,
has:. !t.o reported en a revenue cutter A '
I I Jtny ,**.. AM D4i"'" i.KtcuUtes .
by the .:commission api>ointe from R 1M E.wSls.Sbengtbt f

Washington to Invet-tigite:: the clrcumtancos ens the Child and MAKESTSBTHINQ
Brief Happenings From Various .- of the officer disappearance, _,[{TEETHING I POV/OEP T &rAOY.

Sections of State. Coughs The ttxl Colds LirerOll. Emulsion "far Ever knee" for and .probable drowning!; from the vessel Costs Only 2Tc at Dmntsts, or mail 25c to C. J. MOFFEH, M.D..$t. ,Q1I18, &la
n Influent. Bronchltl. tar! last Tuesday" It
La Grip, > mornlnf llfo of
Mother and
hvttth
Sore Throat 1 Hosltcta no /on/tor, but save the
and .
THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS consumption and Lnnr all Catarrh Pneumonia. wa!' the opllon of th committee that your child oilS thousand havo done, by giving tt .mo ftow&ft'* d+ l
Drugjliw, Pulmonary UUtax. A.I a slight lurch of th. vessel 1 preclpltaUM rECTHlNA is easily iron and qulokty countoractm and owfwvomos ?
twoilie.. We\ and
$1
r I.i.'utcnant nini-,\'dl into the wa the cfToctBof thosurruncr's. hoatllpont.othln6011ndIWlIe. ,
Transpiring In "The Land of Flowers." TRIAL BOTTLE FREE BY MAILto '
ter .in I that he'as il ?\\iu-d
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4 Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the all ieiMln! rum and atJrcs to

OZOMl-LSION: : CO., 98 Pine Street New'orlL 15000.000 Hotel' For New York.
Busy Reader-Items of Interest to JteT 31 > >OT-CAN.s.TY ISg BUT m Ml
? Ni w York. June 1 J Where, the
All Classes,
News From the Philippines. ru.h"It': \l now stan.i, It:\ nuy-nlnth
Fort Pierce is to have a public.mare, ', strei't and! Fifth a\.t 1'1\\ t 1"'E'rlo\.lll" !NOWISTUETIIETOPAINT.w
w.t>hmtn..tun.!! 1 I.1: The
Dozier Leitner i is the military the soiuhern endof CVrt\t .\' park, It hal:
111'tooth carpenter sl'"tary. has r' I'"j.! t'ulluw Important Memorandum... rw,* If"' ,:..::
: : ieTiw"
'I i ru Ingeahi.ratn : ::siJstE
bern planned to erect nthin* the next ,.... .. . _>. __
: at Leelibur .. M'. '':'.' ''' " ;0.; .
: Hum in; ... ,. ..... .
i r' .1.1Hi' loililn. (Infill .. . .' *""* 10.0'Above
:year 1hott'l., which x\ .: raal, any aim ,' >t 4|Ll* .* ."-t ... J?
Fort Myers merchants will make an at Al.iuiU today. : ;'nil.'r (Dt'ral! '
effort to protect themselves William! H. Carter r. liar structure in theo il Fifteen nil I SE GOOD P.UNI t
agtint putt CaptainCromwell $tol'l1hlh! and bar rc marly 1, Th oil! hawed, ...11 Just pure hn deadbeats. \ Star', with so men.ny I.'OWI\a. rooms it will! be bin,:t ut tt cost of lie of t gad paint lur ..hI,h there iit.. ul"vn u and di< lit'* sty' to get the,, '
Hastings K, Tw-enty-flrst infantry and Tblr'ueighth '. I pure, huh IinxeJ oil >n to buy the oil and I
t' potato growers will have to $t5OOI.MIThe> prtiJicioiN vxpect to

start a starch factory, to help consume company Philippine' scouts! surprised hate! : thoir hostlery r""II\ly for business AffnlocAsftMnttly. f'Nouasre '
the main camp of 1'11111):1111.,1'1on ) '
their large: crops. a year from next autumn i t
June 4, IS:; miles southeast of Cain iI wrvr .
II. M., Evans of Largo has Bold his bis!: J IXiKuho1), the nilajan (chief and I .' For twry gallon ., Kuikxlt alit buy I oi* gtlian of l>'nu+J .&
orange grove and goutto Zion City > Editorial Writer Dead. I Ttu make two gallons op iru. ready .d>r use lou ihrn know that the punt'
40 J ulujant''r..' killed and sit cajtured >- '. hose "n ilivr-" he ml ," end i. ,
:\t'Wlrk, June I': -\\ utlam B you'rr putting on your ernumt I. In it paint act
111., to join Dowie. Arms and valued records also:; paint ualns M contain 50 of roily pure Oil We "ill turthci cxpUin the virtues
Rogers, for 11 years editorial writer of Kinloch Paint if you will call a nU.tee ut.STERNBERGER. d
I The good road representatives who ('upturpd.ont' killed'on our side but on I the staff of the World, Is dead of

visit Orlando June 20th, can depend on two were wounded ; doing well. Dagu- pneumonia He was born in Janea- & PHILLIPS .

having a good time. hob's death does away with the most! vllle, Wls.. In 1S65 and was graduatedfrom ,
trouble borne fanatic In the Island of Q.&IN1u9VII.LIIr: : FLORIDA:
Wanohula will have her principal Ilelolt. Upon leaving college he M t

business street lined with asphalt sidewalks amar. Operations are being carriedon went into the newspaper field at St. .. ... wJ .

eight feet wide. In support of and In conjunctionwith Paul and Mlneapolls subsequently becomIng

the civil authorities.! night editor of the Chicago . .
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A Sanford colored man was caught
TrtUuue. In 1881 be came to this city. I' Enka bliehsetl 187
stealing: melons and selling them lie Killed by Divorced Husband. eS.

was jailed for his enterprise
Ab'rd'en.1188.: ., June 12.-lIarvle Huge Task.It .

? The' Booth Florida Lumber and Supply Balding has shot and killed his dl- was a huge task to undertake. the F ,D-crTTC>3S1 & 00
.
Company at Lakeland has been in-
\orced wife and Harrle Hill near CJ cure of Inch a bad case of kidney disease .

corporated. Capital, 110,000. son Miss. Balding was divorced last as that of C. F. Collier of Cherokee

The; ladles of the Quincy Village Im January from the woman and subsequently la, but Electric Bitters did It,

: provement Company are beautifykg remarried. Going to the home lie writes: "My kidneys were so far :B A :K EBB.

k the; public'square of that city of his divorced wife. Holding found gone I could not sU on a chair without

Z 11111 there and killed both. lie escaped and suffered from dreadful w q
acu.hiont
H. E. Bemis, who is managing the
4 .ooD&inentallIotel at Atlantic Beach, and has not yet been captured. baakaahel headache, and depression .
On a..a.ral bkDkIr buataeu. buy and Mil J'oreoI.tD and DoIB.lo E eh.B..
may manage the entire system of East In[ Electric Bitters, however, I found a Tb. BOAOUBM or banks. b.oJir*.eort or..UoM.'..... *...reb.... sad 0'''.'' #
Atlanta Woman Injured In Wreck. cure and by them was restored toper. ,...,.191'\1 OD 'a9or.bl. ItIr_ 1\11..I.i1II.o! skins. .000.\loD. Qa all
r Coast hotels. ,
.00.1. IK>|DU lo the thl2\14 t9isin.
Knoxvllle, Tenn.. June 12.-Several feet health. I recommend this great
a The strike of laborers at Key West
coaches of west-bound passenger train tonic medicine to all with weak kidneys
r fora raise of 25 cents to a take day,the was settled No. 35, were derailed at Wolf Creek. liver or stomach." Guaranteed G.A.'IN"mS"\r: : :r..LD.'t FLOP TT '\ A
by securing men piece
of the strikers. 80 miles east of Knoxville this morning by all druggists ; price COo. --___--_..__ ---_. ---.-.- -,--.--_... ._..-___--.__---_-.. t
about 2 o'clock. Mrs. W. B. .
The Citizens' Bank of Mayo has been Crumley, of Atlanta Oa, wife of a --

i organized with a capital of $15,000. J. Southern railway conductor, was Injured GAISESYILLE'S FAVORITERESORT. LIIiR 4RY VOTING COUPON.

M Lee Ensign was elected president, and slightly. There were no other

t; O. W. Sweet, cashier. casualties .
f - --- . This coupon entitles the holder two votes thai can be east fo
Fort Pierce is bound to lead them
Cuban Diarrhoea.U. any Institution competing! for the beautiful library, when properly'

.... all of ,July and will celebration-two have a big double Topsies Fourth and S. soldiers who served in Cuba Alachua Pool Parlors. fllletl out, signed and returned to the ballot boxes In either the above

tWo during the Spanish war know what stores
Marks we suppose. \
this disease is, and that ordinary! rem. s tr''
A bank hat been organized at Greenville edien have little more effect tban so C. Bares, Proprietor. Same of Innlltutlon . . . . . . . . . .

Madison county with a capital mach water. Cuban diarrhoea Is almost .

a of 16000. E. J. Hays I I. president at severe and dangerous a mild -- Sane of Voter . . . . . . . . . . sr

,r and W. A. McDowell, cashier. attack of cholera. There i. one reme- TilE DAILY>> ht'N. C

The Arcadia Champion ha moved edy. however, that can always be depended Located In the Porter Block, south a. Y
side Three flrst-claM tables.Good r t
t into and has added a will be theollowinc square.
new quarters upon( a. seen by lights, and prompt and courteoussnrvice. '. . . . .
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book and stationery line to their job ( certificate from Mrs. Minnie ; The public Is cordially Invited

priatlng outfit. The Champion is progressing Jacobs of Houston, Texan "I hereby! and always, welcome LOW flA.TESViit

rapidly.The I certify. that Chamborlaln's Colic, Cholera __._ _ 0, h . . .. -----
Daytona
Lakeland. Sun was :Jl years old and Diarrhoea Hemrdyeured my GOOD LouiHvillo & Nnshvi.loIluilroud. ;}

last week, and judging from it* liberal hiii>liatid of a severe attack of Cuban

advertising patronage, i ill appreciated diarrhnpa, which he brought/ home .

by that city, an indication that it i i\4 all from Cntm. We had several doctor HOUSEKEEPERS

right. Success to The Sun. but they did him no good. One bottle Beach Th. following low rourttl'trip rates
of tins remedy cured him, as our : : from Jackaonvlllii.> vnrlou\ points
The Tallahassee Daily Capital has a I ;
I bank Od
neighbor: w.ll testify ( Should call for North anil lest will IM In effect ondale
notice at the head of iueolunui* 1.11-1 I for 'valuable. a ntrdi'iue." For sale -- '""""- --- -
shown, low
rate.other
Proportionately *
ins where the city editor "can i tie, > by all druggists. ti {
I __ ____ BALLA.JRD'8OBELISK from << points*
found at any tim! Most pity editors '
cover more territory thin that, Confederate Veterans' Reunion, Louisville The'Kennies" I t LiUIHVt1.1.FKV'--Ilateit1IC. "'

Ky.. June 14th to 10th. 1905. .
especially small towns. coont United Confederate Vwtomn

The packing house! recently purchased I The Alantie Ooa" Line will sell from Will arromnin44l parti** for light I'' fUuoion, J IIn. I3-J3' Incliulre with\ final ;
and nil coupon stations June 12th, 13thllth limit July W.YRTLALiOREiONHate1M.
the Planter Packing(
by I h8u"'t't'I.IAIf hoard with room.far .
I
Preserving Company at Pelray ws/ .' and ifith, liekets to Louisville at rate appli) t<. < j ). :

burned to the ground Friday. Five :' rate of one pent pf mile traveled, a (Hiitut I..wi,. ft Clark eft"t.II"I.I.'Alr.l
I, fire c" n".. tickets! limited i C. A. KKNNIJY.! loodall, FU.
twenty. FLOURI
cars of crate material be ide paperand I plus Tickets sold e.ftalu dat. May 29 to'

nails,were detroyed Tot"llu'. I June 1ft:h. retiming Ticket. can b. .. I I Hopt, W, with final) limit (lit, days.I ;,
eatended ouu! Julj i i .h .>f deptrtito I
,3. (X); Insurance $IMO.D. ( f HA.V KUANCISCO: and 1XS ANOKLKH. -
ticket with Joint .". ;i.i IHitIJ'aJmf'nt. oiflftj Your Bread will alwajt b* good it yon .
who : OAL Hate 141 I,au. Tiehct could
C. Harnage and G. C. Bell I -f i For j ,
cents at tllw deposit u>. OHELISK: 1 I
have been railroading for some time I wn" r F. C. Itnyls. j certain( date' I'Ul0 to Ampul U, Iu.
full Information mss it NOnTON ulntifMt U..attlUU )Junll $ICd.J. from '
on the action of the 8taLoardr
I ton, l>tstrict Psi)2') IC.P', Jack- dale of ..les! hut tu.seeed N..". nt),

. Line night railway for the at Leetburg canal tone)Jeft, Isthmusof Saturday :'[\\I"o..r souvilKKl Agent 14 ; T.Tampa C \Miite.VIa ;Division W. I!. (isn tndn (CO.Fresh D.t I t count IKNVKHCOLO.lniertia>ilonal y'PWtou", 112t league$ !"i". 1 Bri

New Orleans to
Panama, ala acceptgood Leahy. \}. Panyr' Agent, hs.I.ann.h NOTIONS f'onvuntlon. Tickets cold June ?1"u
paying petitions ou the canal t Ha ; W .r ('rtig< General July JK>, (ft..luilr.' t final return llmil #

t work. I I J>. ..'RT \geul. It ilininglon, 1'0. C.I Yrgetab( dilly(. sn-l grads t AN'D: August/ 0.

Henry William, a desperate negro I promptly delivered.ALACIIUA l. I IlfJTr'ALO. K Y.-lUt" '" RO, an-' P
Via AHa"'IleCoalt ,
summer Tourist Rates NOVKLTIKS.3IIIS. ;I I; room Annual M..tlng Or. .rul UMIIIMH. F'
: convict who rord from a convict Line. .. .. .. . . .
and terrorized the of Ti- I - f O. K. Tirhru. ...Id! Jul1HlulfJ,
ramp people ',miiing summer 'lriclu' l h. | final return limit July :&.
fulfill, was shot while resisting arrest I If too < ''titemplate I COUHTL t t4u".r I-
on Friday. After receiving nine rp.tlrt- I. a trket, ttretttAt.ails QO.st 'i .. I TOHONTO, fJ.\rUJ'\-Ha'i |9l,1tJ,
with ret. eeounl lulornallonat, Kpworih! IA-SKIIM
bullets be Mill fought until Ms head Line and 10-\ all IfJt..r"I"lt'tn Altcbua Is I J. .A. AMMONB
, eoonty WM.4taeree( tnar tarenlion; Tkk..l. *ni| Jane U lo ,
was crushed with the bolt of a TVTolver erence t., rat**. n.uMahrdah' and .*. 1..... :Iii mule retired, fart 73 lnoli|.l.. j final return limit August r
,re I'ullmlr.orU'" ,;..mmrriourUl ralesare Tnllee wagon reed, M praefllew. 2$, .

... .. .. .n S""t cash' th" rreipl re- J23 rubit..ehoola. 27 JIt\01IJtlra .
--- - ---- DOW Maeu.Wsaw mill. 11&///> court XAHIIVII.LH' TKNSIUi, lie %.
: UNHAPPINESS DISPELLED. sorts H.r.. J." nll' the r.mntry. with return brKte*, fire Aw'p l s>a". and prodo The Florida are()Qul I'*slsr4J" College "Hummer
limit ,'Iot..r Ui UI'*< bav .. corn, cotton vies. sugar, Hol, Vanili Rtbll.,.l hlllttUfI
)I.. aa' "'_4'. 1.'____ Ab.s It. anni"iftw J '0 al; springs, moon*. oat, rye, r*>taio**. neapple. .... fl'. Tl.k.i. old e-ri.li.
)tanT women weep and wait aDd r fa*. been and .h''f r. *-.ru For the first a....,. |>.a hor. pear, plums tean *- FruitandTruck Grower July 4, final! limit H.n.ojU>f CO

to 1'* ,i"fort..I tecaoe their -- ttatgylbe ala time rwi.4* .rap t.-, ,.u a- DO111I ssttoto ., tad all ktw3 of vegtatt KNOXVILI.K, TKNN-HaJ. 114.WJ,
,'.' trrwwM have teo n. thin and 1/\ !N'" >:cg-a' *! territory. ar f44 )bf:'" men Incline to yvof.aN7b.rause resort Gainesiille (the SeaL L.J.DM. IUU"IiY. I''lt.ra.d I"n" r, TI-k M oM ."aJD daU Jaa 19 'II t

tt! a ft1** Mt. tbf .._ tb. thin Acute Rh,..rnat;,,,,,. Ccunlj ,, OCALA, rUt July 10, l s.Insftei. | float return limit
that n 'rth..tr crenlum It win it good HpUa b.r 80.IUU81'L. '
+ pews t.. t"r raUmbto of beth -S-. to Deep tearing or .r..nH' > learn th\-Stvlirv'f II. Ttrt* has OaR wet lt rovfta..OfM the Last fiorMa tiemiaa",, TtN4-U- 80, ae-
ply ur...t *h* market. TW to t4). tow eaaloosd by getting lh. prttai* ..bool,. three ""wtp-prrs, Mail.. rr.pL.t" , . . . .u. 10 eooaf. Annaal..>ltlag Herman l<*t>tUlHrtthrvn. 1
t .e.ip e"r- f. aa4 anttwctfe that aces wb.. at rest. 0''J first morviac UalUd ttt.t.. Lsa4 offi., the bewater .I Tl k.u lOW.'., 2'fI i n 31, '1
t'; W dMI\it1, t'w g.r.t or mines. teat. linos. said la ex Jd or d*=-p w"t''*f, Menr4 lire alarm .J...... ..Itie1I ioelo.i.. i Baal' retort limit Jon so.

r, Sa the v,4H Y ta_ of all bait .. nalekly ty Ua.iari'. Biww LlaU ajMlgM <<1a"*, two, lee 'Nib", I I For full 'Information, s bdol'., aid
k .ttssctbn' Ho'f"Prl 4' III a fora MW :a pr.pua oe! ass' ..a'. OeearO coe OtbMsj City.J11.. na.iU six>p.. tar** wood fa U>- I A handMMMly l IlliMtrated maps(. rate to any point North and w..s all.

'Uoa. _oS..ann a !c.w, .,..- .,t. bas write. yo.... If. 1SCO A year ales I %ries), ooitosi g'a. two moss)fa.t.rie., devoted **p* illy) to ta. latvrsvtsi CMS or writ OKO. t:. JU IIKIN, rldId. ,-
.attr.ly .. t.sttfr rriad'.". to lu wend Tr1y wuh a faa: l. .T I- U.r.. railroad. Iwo fenUlpr rata I th. trot tad ,.pUj>t* .;rents elFlorida $ r....,...' A..... L. A N. K. It.,
y tried Jw11J ertttc.1soft b7lt..dlne vs. trovbUd sitaetartac eompglsw'aess: IStA 3W: W.., Bey 0... Ja.fc oo\UI., Fla.
+ It. 7'O..f and be er It std 1 eo.a14.0& bead maa afMt ryf CMM .aJfjftaa tar
too gel eo
rG6cat. had "'- C aawD.ee't .f CaJ1ud'f.w ..U) trUl ..-- .- _.,- "' .' ".' .
kab A
Herd44s ..n. O*. ..*.,. pestla plait. two > ;fetal well sebsxriptlao rf all
for amI w TU Ib'.... sxjre4 *..." of4 by W. )I.I ....,.. store. .embraei* 'etery* mewl** will be seat on r.a.lpt of f
tj J.t .. JOtL 1KJ.aJ 1R'b I Joaaaosj.AH ebb. la the ........... Ua.. a...t*. ........ taktsx, ,Advertise in Tlio Sun.btstoo .
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(i THE!,DAILY SUN: (GAEffiSYIMiE, FLORIDA. TONE: 13,1901

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i ENERALI NEWS.T i If T.. be M.. -P M..M It, rHr. t.

............................. 'WEES WHERE All ELSE FAILS I want It recognized Aeyr.lre It.that tact should U. C. V. ReunionLOUISVILLE
8..t Cash Syn p furls.Ceod.
Narrow Escape from Cremation. Uae $. am.. Dold b dnsq+la be taught continuously eerlooalyi thoroughly
; that It should be placed to the
New( York. June U.-'I'hlrt.A per" forefront of education and take Us KY.

ons\ \firing in a West Thirtyninthstreet natural first place side by aide with the ,

botue which had been re catechism, write Frank Panby In VERY LOW RATES VIA
modeled Into apartments had a narrow Black and White.A .
SPECIAL ,RATE TO BUFFALO.
' escaPe early today from death by, friend of1 mine recently suffering RY.
fire and smoke. One woman was under a great bereavement was In the SOUTHERN ,
Via Seaboard Air Lin* Account Session
,
so badly hurt' that she may die, and receipt of Innumerable letters and tole'grams
fir of B. P. O. E.
from friends acquaintance and

used i firemen several. polieement and policemen were carried Injued. out The at The Seaboard :Air Line Railway has I the general public. Out of the 1,140 of $1 I 7 Q;, A w UAISESTILLE-and Retain-TO<< LODISTILLE' $ IT 1/sOV O A 4
communications two. hit the
been designated by the Florida Elks'Association such only
least a score of tenants. Mrs. Margaret
right note. Among pages of sentimental ra'tei Tickets will be sold
aroused from her sleep ae their official route from Proportionate low from other points.
Donoran.
i Florida to the Grand Lodge Session at and religious; commonplace two messages June 10, 11, 12, 18, with fins limit June 19. Can be extended until .July "
by the alarm, fainted and fell where alone touched the heart. 10, 19O, by depositing ticket at Louisville' and paying fee of 6Ocents.',
1 she ''escaped the notice of the res Boffalo. It is the desire' to operate a
I "lie was a man I loved. I, am with u"
cuers.She lay on the floor nearly Florida Elks' special' train to leave : yon In your grief," was one. The Official I I Route. SSKJff&ZtXi

an'hour and when dteconred'wa.. s-1 I Tampa at 8 p. m, July 8th, and Jacksonville I The other rani "Yon have lost your sonville In special through Pullman, Sleeping{ Care and D,y Coaches, {

)' most dead'from 'Jnhallg smoke..'The at 0 a. m. July Otb. The train best paL lie was mine too. God help 7:45 p. m., .Jane 12, via Atlanta Ghattaoooga and Lexington ; arrive'

+ .financial loss was small to consist of dining, baggage oar and us both." Louisville 8tlOn m..June 18. For particulars, reservations, etc., ap.
drawing room Pullman sleepers Both of them epitomized the sendersmen ply Passenger Office West Bay Street. .J. O. LUSK, D. P.A.,.Jacksooville -
; with great hearts. But the acquisition ,Fla.
Came Just In Time. through to Buffalo without change.Tbe .
Message of of tbe other 4
tact by some ,__
route of travel will be via Seaboard
In
Dee Moines, Icnra..June 12-Just sympathizers would have supplied Its ,

time' to stop what would, hare been to Richmond, paaslog through place. .

the first legal hanging In Iowa in ten Savannah, Columbia, Camden and Again, paying an afternoon visit recently .
years, an appeal was filed with the Raleigh ; R. F, A P. to Washington, my hostess, wanting a book to S E..A. J3 a .A B, D

4t supreme court la the case of diaries and Penn. R. R. Washington to Buffalo. which our conversation had referred
.
w'i Rocker, of Rock Rapids, under sentence Only .nent.O,. panengers are rang tbe bell. Within two minutes the

4 for murder., Rocker was to required to secure this special train servant appeared with tea and the following Air Line Railway
colloquy occurred:
bare been hanged at Animoea, but service.
Round-trip rates to Buffalo and return "Who told you to bring tear""Please
half an hour before the time set for
ma'am, I thought that was
the execution, the papers for an appeal from Gainesville, $84.95. what for. ? .FOR. . .
you rang
1 r arrived and a long distance telephone Passengers from :Miami I and Key "Well, please don't think. I hired you .

t messsge was sent to call off the West will re-purchase at Jackionville. to answer the bell. It wasn't the signal -

l1a .linl. Rocker killed his wife' Through Pullman sleepers for Buffalo for a guessing competition. WhenI Savannah, Columbia, Camden, Southern

former husband. will positively leave Tampa at 8 want yon to do that I'll supply the

p. m. July 8th and Jacksonville 9 a. kitchen with a copy of a newspaper."
Richmond Wash-
Yil Young Couple Commit 8ul lde. m., July Oth for the Elks and their I was not surprised to bear this lady Pines Raleigh, ,

; .t Kansas City, June 12.-Mabel Gates, friends. Secure your Pallman sleepIng changed her servants frequently.

aged 18 rears, and George Job, Jr., car space now. !. DarUeit Loadoa.In ington, Baltimore, Philadelphia -
condition from Tickets oo sale at rates named for
were found in a dying his book "ChlUl Slaves of Great
:$ the effects of strychnine poisoning on all trains July 8lh, 9th and 10th, but Britain," Robert H. Bherard writes: \

Kansas avenue In Rosedsle, Kans., at In order to reach Buffalo for the open- "There are thousands of our poor children New York

1 o'clock this morning,and both died Ing session ask for sleeping car reservation In London starving not on account I ,

before jpedlesi aid could be adminis on the Florida Elks' Special. of the poverty of the parents

.tered. They both protested when an 'A day Washington sightseeingand but by reason of the ignorance and

i effort was made to save them, and It visiting the government buildingshas sloth of the mothers. They know nothing Three Elegant Trains Daily.:
!
Is supposed they voluntarily took the been arranged. of cookery; they wish to know

Sl ,,poison, having made a mutual agree- Stopovers of ten days, within final nothing. They do not cars for the

,- mentt to commit suicide. The young limit on all extended tickets, has been I trouble. In every London", slum you Seaboard Florida Limited
will find a fried Ash shop or a cooked
couple had been sweethearts for several
arranged on the return trip at Philadelphia
meat shop or a grocer wbo sells cheese
a months, Baltimore and Wathington.; and pickles and potted things. It.. Seaboard
A trip to New York can bs taken Inconveniently much easier and Metis worrlting-llke' to Express.

rr Veteran Commits Suicide. on side-trip rates of $4 send the children,,out with coppers fora

q Kingston, N. Y. June 12-George M. Philadelphia to New York and return, penn'orth of fish and chips or a bit Seaboard Mail.
Brink, for many years a prominent Republican good six days. of cheese and pickles than to cook anything >
"
politician and a Grand Army The Florida delegation will be personally for them. ,. i ... m s

veteran, becoming despondent, committed conducted by James F. Taylor,

1" suicide here by banging himself traveling passenger agent of the Seaboard Dying of Famine MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT'

In his barn. He was fifty-eight Tampa, Fla. Is, In Its torments, like dying of eon ,

years of a$.. When 14 years of age sumption. The progress of consumption
For sleeper reservations other Information
or The SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED is a solid vestibuled train, composed
: fee enlisted In the Twentieth New York write S. G. Boy It too, Jr., from the beginning to the very exolusively of new Pullman equipment-Dining Car Doable Drawing-

1 regiment. He was assemblyman from passenger agent, or A. O. MaeDonell, end, Is a long torture both to victim Room Sleepers Stateroom and Observation! Car*-operating between St. Augustine .
the First Ulster county district In 1890 assistant general passenger agent and 'rlend.vb'fln I had eonsump-1' and Jacksonville to New York, via Washington, leaving St. Augustine

and 1891, and was postmaster of King- Jacktonville. KJa.How. tion in Its first stage," writes Wm. My j 13:10 p. m. and Jacksonville 1:20 daily except Sundays

eton during President McKlnley's drat .'- -- era of Oearfos*, Md., "after trying different
term, besides holding minor city offices. medicines and a good doctor, in Only Line Operating

> vain, I at last took Dr. King's New Discovery
Is which quickly and perfectly Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from jacksonville to New OrleansFor

.Father Burns Children's .Flngsrs.Orange cured me." Prompt relief and sore

.N. J., June 12.-When W. cure for coughs, colds, sore throat, full Information and sleeper reservations call on any agent Seaboard or
M. Glover I the Mouth Orange drygoods : YourHearl? bronchitis, etc l'o.i lively prevents write A. O. ItUcDONELL. 8. O. BOYLSTON., Ja.,
pneumonia. Guaranteed at all drug General
Asst.
i merchant, who burned the tips Passenger Agent, Passenger Agent,
stores. Price land\( $1 a bottle. Trial
'4 of his two children's fingers to teach bottle free JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
Is your pulse weak, too slow, '
the children to,, let matches alone, was -
arraigned before Magistrate Taylor at too fast or does it skip a beat? Th- r..rI.. -r-

I South Orange by the Children's Aid Do you have shortness of There are few birds whose plumage CLYDE LINE::

and Protective society, which had breath, weak or hungry spells, U so variable as the Jltarml .n'..

been the cause of' Clover's arrest fainting.stnothering, or choking Three time lu the year its plumage ..

t; made a motion to withdraw the em.A spells, palpitation, fluttering, change. It has: separate coats forspring .p
around the heart in side autumn and wluter. At the beginning .
plaint. Magistrate Taylor, however, pains ,
last
of Novrruttrr It puts on the
P would not consent, and the case was and shoulder; or hurt \vhen
? continue of the season. Its spring
lying on left side?
put over.
y brown and summer serve well to
.. . gray
-- If have of these
you any of Its
hide It among the scanty heritage
w
Found Cur. for Dyspepsia
heart is weakor .
symptoms your haunts from the keen eye of the soarIng -
{ Mr*. Y. iind.ay l of Kurt WilliamOu- 1 diseased, and cannot get fnloon

tario, Oat>a
1 number of tetra froiiY-dyoi___i,.la and Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Tr.. _...q.

great |pains 'In tln> .lomjoh, was ad. strengthens' :: weak hearts, and "So you Imvo !bought your wife another TBI-VVEEBLY: : : :: S.A.JLJNGB '
'

foIu"u..h and Liter Tablets. disease. 'Try it, and see how of IUOIUt1' and Ne\v York '
"On the contrary, it U true economy, ,
fir" 8he did so and says' "I IInd that they quickly you will find relief. for she won't require halt so many Calling at CHARLESTON, S. C., both ways. t

l have dune nUl" gnat dell ut go.Kt I .'About January 1st. 1\OJ. t took pairs of gloves as formerly. "
;, have never hid. any "IY..rItICllln I down with ....kn_. and drop/. The Finest Steamship in the Coastwise Service '
+i and crxluallr grvwr ...r.*. I was iol.tby
began lining thrnl"' If trnnbltsi with my family phraklan that my ca o. There cannot If a greater rudenews Clyde New England and Southern Lines
dyspepsia or iinJiKfiiuti why mil laknthes wa. hoiMplma. Wy nlcl bom ana ram
>.ly "at stYrn> m* up in "I.. WyllmKa than to Interrupt another In the currentof
,
; <* tahlst.. get w, ll and stay well and iMMir were ...QU"" to 0"0- his ilac! . 4o cke.' Direct Service Between JACKSONVILLE, BOSTON and w
For sale, by all uruRtfUi, third l I.r..r thin normal sire, andwat.r PROVIDENCE and All Eastern
had cnllrclcil round my hvart.Kor Points.
.t at l*..t thrr tore I had to ..ltl Stimulation Without irritation Calling at Charleston both ways.STfTM .
Long Sentence for Train Robber. >rvpt tt up In bU p trncnHilh-
frtns. I .*nl for: ntioitlo* of L>r In ca,# of stomach and liver troublethe X- W ..li EBLY:: S.A.ILJNGS:
St. Paul June 12Fifty years inprison MUM' llmirt Cxir. an4 by the tlm I
hard labor the had lkfi them aU I war vntlrrtr proper treatment Is to stimulatetheaq. SOuLhbooDd. . .. .,....... .. .. . . .. . . -From Lewis'. Wharf Boston
at was 1\lIl1ll1b.j meat tuoted out to Clarence" IV. \'oun..1tht' j i, twvntv. r*.r>. and I am aNa to doan .'organs
kind of work on my (ann. My aid
Urino LaiatUe Fruit Syrup digestion -
bandit who held and dynamitedthe
vri up a".U" phyalrUn' toM m* tbut If It
espro.a car of the North Const I hadn' W.n for f\r. UUv lloitrt" Cur and stimulate the liver and bowel Clyde St. Johns River Lino
I 1 would ww b* t n In y jtrnvo. irritating like
these
without\
; Norlhi Pacific train Sun- organs
limited on I 1. T. ClRl:? WUmor Ky.
;; day, May :i. Youn| entered a pl..aot Dr. Mil*.' Hurt Cur U void' by pills or ordinary cathartics.' It does B.tween JACKUONVILL and S.A.NI"OMD
I I your druaglit. who will quar nt_ that not nauseate or grip and Is mild' and Stopping at Palatka. Astor St. Francis. Beresford "
and told the court that h.1 . . (D Land),and Intermediate
gnllly the eras Vtttl will b n nt. If.It f uh pleasant to take. J. W. )McCollum
. Landings on tit. John River.
will r rund your " ,
did It In fun Company. t

y Miles Medical Co.. lkhart. Ind .. . -' -- Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"

L' Olrl Would Die for Actor. Is appointed 10 ..n&l rollowst Leave JACKSONVILLE
MAX KRAUSS::; Sundays Tuesdays
aad Tbur.daII30 .
Menomloee, Mich..June" 1J-Sprned p m. H.loralna. Inn I SANFORD> Mondays

by an actor of whom she had become I RepresentingE. \\ednesds7iacd Fridays e:30 a. m.SoeubcNw. .

enamored Henrietta Oakmaa attempted I SCHEDULE >!Cor 1ooIu4 '
a...dow.
t ,. to end her life by taking carbolic A. WELL & CO., :::= Leave 1:10 pm.. .. ... ...... . .. . .J&('k ,nviU*. . . . ...... ...Aniye&..4 21CJO am

) MId Tfce attempt was discovered<< Iramediately i 8H5pm .... ....... . . Palatka . . . ....... .....Leavv. a oo pct 1
1' and the girl's life saved WHOLESALE SHOES 3&m..1.. .. . . Astor . . . ......... .... 530 pis
4:80 am.. .......... . St. .nno.. . ...... .... . 2:00 '
The actor has left the city. d. pea
-qoRcE Or 111 DeeerlDtleas.. .. ... .. .. .. 8."ord (o.1.&nd) .........._... lOOpna
A' - Arriv.1'30 am. . .. . .. . . . .8aDlorc1. . . . . ......... ':JOana
No Secret About It. 10.-CO am. . -_. ._.. .. . EDt.fJlriee.... ...., . . ... 10: II Is no secret thai for cuts. burns, Because they are the best Sole Agents forMOXAECO andSOTERqUAUTT PEN ERAL PASS. AND TICKET OFFICE.? w: Y8T.r.J.1.CUOKVJLU

t; uleer f ever eoree' ,sore eyes, bolls, ete., in tho land for the money! EIG( Shoe. Every r. JI tnOK)1OGltn.nL.Ar.", G.L Para agt. let 11'...Bay n. Joeks.avIn. ItTa
l+, nothing la so effective as B.aokleo' Ar wG.cWrLB.Jr t7tsAlasen Co P.WYLL.a.tseiasleat
Ask dealer for the warranted.J. V..... Bce.-.. J.Nr.es.t7..1R.. .
t ale Bal... "1t didn't take long to you pair .(tom g4.%" Pea Act-H.. y...t. ti
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and it U aU O. K. and in. UtutTlf.
eon a ta4 aore I had. "Sunny Jim" Shoe JtOaaa. W)(. F. CLYDt A CO..
writes O. 1.. Gregory of (Hanal .r,
gist it. .Msna=ie Agent Agenp
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forTeL on getting CVs.4.aa1 YG.n.Tal .
"rat 3to at all drug slows. Ds.4 aa,11,...."""'" .Xew

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; THE DAILY SUN: HAINESVILLE, FLORI.DA, JUNE 13, 1)05!) i


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I __ _ _ _ __ Gainesville
I Ii .p.om'In. Aa-V\ & Gulf Railway Companf
Kentucky Physician I la .The Wlndovrn of the Soul" From the DR. DsVERB B. MORRIS, ,
sasslnated In that State. ArU..'. Vlerrpolnt. .

'.Jr&imouth.'Ky., June 12-Dr. Edward What is the definition of beautifuleyes Time Table in effect April 9. 1000. I G
1 *k Courtney ? Why are some beautiful __.. -.- --- -- _ _.__._.._m_____._ _..__
a. young physician and memo eyes .
ber of one of the best families in this and others ugly "'bat makes the eye No.6. No G.

> I section was assassinated near the vll- beautiful To this a Paris artist, an Dally No. 4. No. 1. I No. 1. No.8 flatly ;:
' lace. of Neauve. impressionist) makes the following reply Offloe over Marcos Enders Phone TO 3 rlnir*. E.Ke', D.", Daily. T A TJ ONt:'. Deily. Deli,_ tn
j .. apt
.
Sundayi H's
Courtney formed a partnership with
I, "Eyes are beautiful according to
A. CARLISLE
tV. J
Dr. M. Karney
'f at Utchlleld two their size. Small eyes may twlukle, % I .
year ago. During the partnership but they cannot express. Little eyes ATTORNEY AT LAW fvAMLvPMILvAMi Ar.PMArPMArPM

p theiynad a misunderstanding and Dr. may twinkle like Blurs, but they cannot 'l 46 2 15 I.\ . . . .. . .........Fstrfleld. . ..... . 1 20 810
,jlftfirney was shot and killed last De-! blind "ou. Eyes that are nuderslEM And Solicitor in Equity '7 M) 1 R.i I. . . . . . . . .Irvlne ....... . ........ . 1 07 .6OO
,, ,:" amber :) 800 :2 4):>> I . . . . . .. . Dunltarvan ... .. .. 1(10 GM
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4IiiIIIt 1Ir.' Since the their may glow but they can never Real Estate Conveyancing and General R U5 ,2 c:5: I. . . ...... . ,.4.uf.balde.. .. . . ... J2l6 bWR
A occurrence has been fascinate. ) Practice. AU buin >.. promptly 810 3 on I. .. . ..... .... JU kman. . ......... .. .. . .12 t'O 646
a feud in the neighborhood Karney "'11u eyes must be prominent. Sunken attended to. Office next door to Sun 16 3 10 I. . ...... ......... Lake. hntuton.. . ...... . 1:146: 640 ,
was a young man of great popularity eyes are sad. Eyes that lie deep In office GAINKSVIM.E, FLORIDA. 83() 1830 ,. . . . ..... ... UI'al\op.J . .. . . ... .. . .12 80 581)g. ;
belonging to all the secret societies the eye socket make you think of .. R .. 3 4U I. . . . .. . . Tacoma . ......... .... 1220 6I0
'. and when he was killed the treason, of strategy, of deals, that are R 45 : 3 ofS I . . . . . . . .. Klrk"ood. . .. . ... ..... .. 12 15 6 Iii x xR
youugmen dark, not deeds that are Deep FERDINAND BA YIR.ATTORNEY : GO I 3 4,5 . . . ., ". . Oly\tt.! . .. . ..... ... 12 10 010(
took up his fight on the Court.eye. student open. AT LAW' 90.1 t" 15 '!. . . . ,. . . . 1Vacahy\tn.. . . . . ......13 (0 .aM '
Indicative of
eyes may de'istudent > 915 I" 40 I. . . . . . . .nn, .k) Point. . . . . .. ..1146 44'')
'Dr. thoughts, but they are not attractive. GAINESVILLX 9 00 I. . . . .
Courtney is under a $10,000 bond FLORID UA'I IS IS 81) Ii} . . ..l.elne I vtlle.] . .. . #t .9. 1280 <410< a
a in the Bracken criminal --- 16Lfi ( 20 lu10Ar 3CX1
court on thecharge "Dry hard eyes are never lovely; 11 115-0 6 t3: . . . . .H..1I'\h17.. . . . II M 9 40 23U
ks of killing Karney. neither are eyes that have wrinklesover Can sell your' city property (improved 19 PO( 7 06 . . ......... \'yrl1 . . . "CO 9 30 160
The sheriff of Bracken county and them or between them. Eyes and unimproved), phosphate 12 'O ,,70S I 7n I I'.......... . .Ornhl\lI1.. ? . . sa:! 922 18C N
c :Ills deputies are hastening to the scene that are lined with crow's. feet are always trucking and farming land Deed him 12 40 7 16 Ar 7 2A . . aml'.tm City . . R 20 D 10 110
to prevent ony further disturbances. a list of what you offer for tale. 2l42ib . . . I OM ;.10ro . .I'ala\kl\.li. 8. d: I". : 5 60 p 800 a.... ...

1t Tbe adherents unlovely. .. ,, ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . V . . .. .. d ,. .... ...
of the two factions "The color of the eyes!! Is: said to depend -o' BAKER. . .. . R 4R RO . (..alteOIt.UR. d F. .I'10-& t' 'J.fJ. ..... .. '
met In Falmouth last :Monday and upon a pigment which supplies W.E. . . . . . . . . !: 8 In II .....T"'hb.4IfI' , N. .A. 1..1{ 1 41t p. . . . .. . ,
nearly created a riot. The Courtneys them with color. But this coloring plK- ATTORNEY-AT- .. .. .111 (':t ,,11 00 a ......Valdosta H. H. R J1'.1 4 110 II 6 fO ... ...'
'f'' Claim to know who did the shooting. meat Is not always reliable. Deep . ....... 3 56 ai" 20 II ... .Maeou. O. H. d 1" . . .11 8''') ,11 40 a.. ....
m blue eyes will look faded If one Is! . SOLICITOR IN CIIA CEnY. . . . . '7 Su a 1 f6 II ........Atlanta) C. o' 0" ...... '7 60 a e 00 .. ... .

Senator Dodd Is Pardoned. tired. The color pigment does not flow Ar PM Ar AMIAr I, 1'11 ._ .LvAAlLvPM.. . ... '

I Atlanta June 12.-The prison commission freely. If agitated they will darken GAINESVILLE, Alachua Co., FLJ. -
and deepen In hue. I Trains and 4 do not run betwetlll nalllflnll1e and Fairfield on Sunday.
y has recommended that a par Office! .in Endel Block
isit- don "Dark brown or black eyes will grow I.. E. MARKER, General Nu perintsnd.nt,
be
granted former State
f Senator still darker and blacker when one l lexcltod. I. J. F. HILL. Agent, J. D. WATKIN8. (nera'' AJftD' ,
W. P. Dodd. of the
forty-third district But when one Is weary or has . ___ _
J. H. ALDERMAN -
n
'a j who Is serving a two-year sentence at JR.
used the eyes'to excess they will look
&, the? state prison farm for embezzlement faded. The moral Is do not ne the rake The Atlantic Coast Line

of county school funds while he eyes too lone and do not use them at DEN TIS '1' .
was school commissioner of Gordon all when you want to look your best.
FOR ALL EARTHLY
county. Dodd has served a year and "Big eyea are almost always beauti POINTS

, one month of his sentence.! When ful. Over Dutton A Co' Back. OaloeTlT Via VI. VI.. VI.
Dodd was convicted he went direct to "Prominent eyes are apt to be handsome I North DuI>oD\ K/Ir1St t DIlI'UII' SO///S 4 th P. a O. W t 0111'0. or a

the state farm at Mtlledgevllle with. -. but they are repulsive If too Jacku'Dvlu or J.ollaoD\'lU.or 0 ..Lla..._ es SI J.ek'vttl..iii Moowomarv

out a guard and surrendered himself prominent. The woman WhOM eyes .
r to the penitentiary authorities there, stick out of ber bead has little redress.If DR. GORDON B. TISON. Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed ServiceTime
she to grow fat the
can manage
carrying with him an order from tbe prominence will be less noticeable. A DENTIST. TabiM in easel AIr1l18, 1905,,

L prison warden commission to receive him.which directed the fleshy face generally conceals the Depart--For-.'- -- --.---- -.-._-.- GA1NKHVILI.K: .- ..---.....,-...-.--,--.---. Arrive From ,

prominence'The best of color the eyes.for Ideal eyes is a Office In Miller, Law Kxctance 6OOpm (1- lflgh Springs and later: ----I 88Oasa < t

Cured of Brlght'a Disease. deep brown. Velvet brown It was called IMIy) mediate Points Dal1r 4

Oeo. A. Sherman, Lisbon Red Mills, In the old fashioned novels. Great OAIWBSVIM.I. FLA. 1211 pm Ooala. Leesburg and Tampa and 81 r4O PIIi

Lawrence county N. Y., writes "I velvet brown fawnlike eyes were Daily I Intermediate Points I Dalll I

had kidney disease for many years and Ideal. WEST. END,
} had been treated by physicians for 'The eyes to be beautiful must be TilE 2 :00 pm I !'ala\ka. J acltton Ule, I li86pm br

twelve years ; had taken a well known swept by very long lashes which shade FINE WINES LIQUORS A.: CIGARS Dan North East and West Daily
them and give them a deepness and
': kidney medicine and other remedies brilliancy not their own. Every deviceIs JOHN UKNZTE.S Proprietor. 12O pm \ llilh springs. W.Jcl'Ola. Savannah Brunl"lok, I 811&: pm

a'-' that were recommended but got no re.lief used to make the lashes grow, but SI9-UI W. Bar .". JaokaoovM. Fla. Deily. Albany Atlanta, all POID' North East West Dally
1. .. . ... _
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i-: ,. until I began using Folej's Kidney where this cannot be accomplished then -
r Cure.; The first half,'bottle relieved the eyes must be darkened In other Faust beer, bottle and draaght. Don't : ':
i all to call on m* when in Jacksonville BDa/y/ \ Roehelle MI.-anoPJ and Cilia"
me and four bottles have cured me of ways. They must be kept healthy 1>a II J

w this terrible diinaie. Before I began': which la always a point of beauty with -- -- .. -- ---- -.-. --. .. . -_ .. .--. - .-.-
taking Foley's Kidney Core I had to any eyes.
IF YOU LOVE YOUR DI
t make water about every fifteen minutes "Long eyes are always desirable. ----L- high Springs: DaS
There Is a certain quizzical beauty e1uaday
day and night, and passed a _ ___ __
about the long almond shaped eye WIFE 'DON'TROAST "
,, brick-dust substance, and sometimes a 1
slimy substance. I believe I would which Is most bewitching. The eyes of IDt.rcbanaeabl. Mileage Tickets, good onr 11,000 mU. of among the prtn. !
4 ( have died If I haH not taken Foley's) the orientals are very attractive, long sips) railways in the Southern Slates: are OD sale by the principal agents. a,
j Kidney Cure." J. W. MeOollum A: Co. and brilliant and full of fire. HERBy Through Pullman sleeper Port Tampa 10 New York tla Atlantis Coast la
"Round eyes were once consideredvery Line ; alto via Atlantis Coast Line and Southern Railway

Fatal Head-On Collision pretty. True, they are babyish compelling her to bake the family For complete Information eall on

Dallas, Tex., June 12.-A head-on but they are very seldom really band- bread during the hot summer mouths J. A. OOODWIN, Ticket Agent, Gainesville.

collision between two Texas and New some. They are apt to degeneratewhen Bay your Bread from Address t
Orleans trains occurred In which two one gets a little older Into pop FRANK O. BOYLBTON, DU. r... Agt., W. D. STARK Trav Pa... Agt.
IBM W. Hay .,.. Astor Building Jaeksonvllle Fin.H .
eyes a term applied to eyes that stick
trainmen lost their lives and several out of the Lead and are devoid of beauty .. .Keystone Bakery.. M. KMERHON, Traf. Mgr? W. J CRAW, O.n, Pan. A,... t'
others were more or less hurt. The Wilmington, N, O. Wilmington N. O. =r
Round eyes become pop eyes at It's a saving of time, work and money.
wreck occurred near Spochard 8'% thirty Fresh Itrrad Delivered Daily __ .... .. "'_. .. .. .. n. ._.
miles north of Athens. The dead are
"The handsomest eyes-and all wom- To all parts of the city Alto Cakes,
.
J. EX Brown engineer of
Dallas j en should pray for pretty eyes-are Pies and every other production of SOUTHERN RAILWAY.Effective
'? Carter fireman of Eon Is, Tex. The .
long dark, brilliant and well shaded the modern, up-to-date
injured are two brakemen named with Usbes. They are big and glowing bake (hop.H. April to, 1005 ; '

M Young and Bass respectively. Fireman and expressive, and there Is that quality T. NCIIAFCIt{, 1..prltter K>j.tone .- ----..--.- -._._- --._----. _..- .._. _. -.-, ..-.. ---. .- -..-._--..- .... -, --.--""-- --

Carter was instantly killed and about them which one calls deep. HaVcrj. Kh.Be DOS.:; :S Vestlbale Train East! Ji.. 31 !ru. 20 north and Went. A*. 18AttRIVALS
+. Engineer Brown's body was so badly Deep, beautiful dark eyes heavily ,_ _
{ ; crushed that be died. Both bodies shaded with sweeping lashes, are a special -----. -. ------. --- -- I.v J.ek.oovII.) Ho. HI 9vA 16 p1.t ., Jacksonville, Via. Mo. Ie,. 74ftI'

f were brought in Dallas gift of the gods vouchsafed to few, I.YJe.up HI' t iy 116... 1O40p LvJeup U.. ,Ho.ICy.IOaop
on a special Lv Mannnah, Ro. lty I 30p I:116": Ar Macon< Us ,Ro. By. H (1MAr
but much admiral I wherever l
train. Further particulars of the ac very tbt7'are Matbusbek Pianos Columbia) ,Nu Ry IS Mp IS W. Ar Atlanta, Ua, 1'10. ley. 6 20& i tAr
cident are unobtainable. toun Brooklyn Ragle. Charlotte ,Ho, HI 10 Onp 9 Ma A ,r //one. Ua. Ito It", 780a
frkE Ar (Jr..en.tJoru, HlJ. te, 1266.1261p: Artaltnn) (0., . .Ho. U,. b26a .

+, Prize Offered fer Best Essay f.nwllle.. . .Hs.l It, 2 (1ft. :2 lOp ArChaltanrwga,. ; 1 Tenn ,,Mo. U,. U 4 Obp J
Jor te, hmond HrJ. 117 6 6-4. 642 A l.ulnUon, 1\.1 Q. k" O. 6 '
Knoxvllle Tenn.. June %.-Dr CASTORIAFor I %(OTEJ) FOIL SUEETXE8M AD PURl. AI' ("ncol""nll. ft, 4 tk U. 740
( Ar I Tnehburg Hu, It ty 4 17* 4 )pAl
Brown
Ayres president of the Unlver '
TY OF TOE( POWKIlDl'ltJtUILlTY. ..UD Chsrlottelvillef4o.Ry "O'J 6lop Lv Csciuna1. O. Big our '$40pAr
alty of Tennessee of this city, has received Infants and Children. 1Va.hington.... So its 0.:,. g WI' Ar (lhieaao,111' Dig Fnur !)C Os #,

., c from William Jennings Bryan : The Kind You Hale Always Bought Ar Jlaltlmore. I'. n. It, 11804$ 11 2tp I., ( ineinnal) 0 i'. t.fn. "Up
Yl a draft for 1400. This is offered ,M Ar1V.I'h'dei'lsP.II It. 14ftp 2Ms I' (''hl".wo. I I . I'l.lns. 710. ti

I a prize for the best essay by a student Bears theBlgnature // Ar New. York P.HIt. 413P68''- .,v (JI..G".t..O. ,O.H.4LJ. ..Up "
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of the University of Tennessee, of Den piano for tb!. irrtna' cUm.l', (land" laaa '; .; A' (Ih.sgn III. .. Mnnon .7 23epens.
No. 34-1e" York .nd
upon the subject "The Principles of % loecer &fc.n oUr SOMU'IIClWOd of ." Islly I.ullm.n Urswlnq Itoonlllneinoill J. r, 'lf. .f.--I Abp '
en n>.i< n.
Ar 1'1)1.do O. U. O.
Free Government." Mr. Bryan Utru.tee 1..pID. c. fort Tampa and Je..CI1.//
+.lp "'&. ..b&&.. lroli / P.1.23a
'' .111. to lie" York, 'Y LNo. flch.'r .
of'the'Fnllo
8. Bennett estate Pr..r. Error. Cpkdstp .....rt4uIIU : ""
to' iljjlimited.
8Q-.llnrrfon.
and "'Iarld.
is distributing $10,000 among twenty A reader forwards me a pleasant ad. see Oa-
......w. ." Daily I'ullrnan t.lnac Ar I'Ittatnrgr! P." _P. IJn.. 666.
five colleges of states each collection of printers' error '
,
t a many ditlon to my t nernsii
Itoom Car J.ekaonsllle Lv ,0, lug Lout IMP
:, Institution to offer tbe amount recelv *. says T. P./. T. n ed for the best dissertation the was told him by the late C. Fsrqubsr- Bold by u* continuously for .' . -
upon Li: lwiieRU;;;:,iCy ,lb. liy': n1pTllr..b t
,: subject above given. ,lIOn Findlay for sonic years wlltor\ of "The Lasd of t.. MIIJ" t.. 10' A' Louisville, Ky ,Hu. II,. 9 lOp
. the Clover Chronicle, aa baring happened OVER THIRTY YEAHS _. A' fit. .netl., bin H,. 71n.. 7
to him personally II- bad occasion I.f Jsok.onviils, 'Ia f4 .. Its 7 Mp Mrs '
New Orleans Man President. A' 4uu.w., Ale xs. U4 !
to write of the "blind gv>des Lt t4avannah. na 1'40.' its 216.' A' illrmlagham Als, ."Nn. It 11 46s
Guthrie Okla.. June 12The annual: tingl failure. If ( ,
I n
on 1'4.' U $
who strain at a gnat and ...Uow a without a : : I Ar Columbia, n.lty Ar )'eD1phl.. T.nn'
cecston of the National Editorial aaso for lifetime's ,, U H i Vrtseo 4
I camel" wltlrh appeared In print as want a piano a Ar Asheville, N ) Its 1lJp Ar Kall... illy/ Hn g40o
elation adjourned' after electing tLes and swalknr a enrloe buy lb.Mathu. Ar 1101 t4plnl''' S 0 fita. ley 2 a1p tr--- "-- Y4Osp
I who strain at a c/fwrt Ar "Donill., 'fun Ha. Its 6U/p 1. lpb..., T..Q gi J
officers President Joan
: of
Tymond. : !
New Orleans first vice canaL" eche k. T Ar 'AQI..III- Mo. Ky ?4). .110. $ R pring., Ark_::....:.o.--: ;.... 920a Jt
i ; president Jao.EL Did any of my readers notice, I won Ar Nt, Loots. line Rr 4 66p H" 18-"Thl Florida LAmlaeel."
JoaUn. Sterling Kaas.; second vie cJ<<. a delightful< error of this kind In rrt.. M tee M la .......... souk. ..aa.: ,. VlnelnDa" .Q k V. S 15. Dally. $Olid vestibule trsta tbl'OGlbd. +a'Ar
'4'I president Henry B. Vsrner, Lexington one of the reviews. la which Her henry Caa or" ...? Nsa.a, anal a 15 ...W day eoeeh.e Led Pallmsa Bleeping
a? N. C.; corresponding secretary, Wtt Campbell-Wannennan' was ct.-notbed *. anaw.. t+, betkl. Wriwt ao-all) f i'ollataa [flrswie Van, Js.ksonvillo 10 Closiseati ;.
for **..* SODA Room and BeU.t Nlr.ping. tsar between
lisa X. Ashbrook. Johnstown. Ohio -brsndUhJnc a mailed .hr' It tetherreminds 1110. 1t-I'uUlDa. Pr.wla, ROcDl! '

t recording secretary' J. W. Oocknua.Oakland ODe of the tenons Spoooertoa Jaek.unvill.andlselaaatl.. .-. . "- $leptag' C. bat..o J..OtnU.
shoot "fUa a half warmed Sb ta Itirsklsgbsm, ".mpla&&. and E..... aLxeellenl
t City tnd.; Indianapolis was Lidded & Bates IJ...,., tar "n'H. VU",

,& efcosen for ,1*
"-- A Bad Scar. AT J CJC80 VILU:.

/ Cur Co"ptloft. Southern Male Boise From New York. Washington, .(.,-No.' 39"Waahlogtoa sad Florida LlvIted .. tl a
.Si.Si A.. A. lUrren. Ftoeh, Ark., writ**. dome day you will get a bed Mar, I /' t rO).. DI. .
whoa feel a pats I* J too 13"Waahlaftoa moA Florida I Ea.I .
"P_. He**? sad Tar .. tb* bee SAVANNAH. GA rot40 York a
li.. in \
Safety
and fear .ppead'-IU. pew
w. .......Uoe) for... .,eolds and long Dr. Klmg't. J .. Life Pill. a rat ..r*. JOHN 0. MURPHY, Mfr.BBTJLVLUHED I Froma:'I lantl.AflirvUUt; ._%10. ..<'Wa.Jllotoa; and Florida VV Llm-
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treat' ,1 kaow that Ubaavnnd eoastaptlat ilmd"9 oa.m. ; .
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for All bowel and .UMnaeb diseases! .II> It7t rroai ;. Cta i.aatl. Atlanta st. -Bo.14. misedil 1f'lit'
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'. 8 THE DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. JUNE 13: 191

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Mn. T. W. Waits and children ofHa"thoro TO BEMOYE Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Glassylfad children

NEWS t OF I have! returned to theirhomeattet I FRECKLES SOD PIMPLES I t went yesterday to Palaika, where WILSO.It'S.

a brief visit to relatives in they will be the guests of relatives for ,

Gainesville. In to days use a while.

4 Confederate Veterans' Reunion, Lon : There will be a business meeting of ,

sville, Ky., via. Atlantic Coast Line. .SATl&MOLA.+ Westminster League at the Presbyterian

; Matters of (} Ticket on sale Jane 10th to 18th inclusive The Complexion Beautifier.SATINOLA church at 7:80 o'elook this evening Our Big Valaos

y Bred by $17.80. at which a full attendance i is de

Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Eddy of Orange aired

Heights were among the visitors to e The laxative effect! of Chamberlain's in all '

j'f i PERSONAL this city ,elterda,. bit Eddy (Is a Stomach and Liver Tablets is sn agreeable
prominent lumber manufacturer of ,. 1jl6 r'liiI and so natural that you do not ''
What Has realize it is the effect of a medicine. DRY GOODS"
rectlon.Rev
hat r For sale by all druggists.Holly .

to Happen E. T. Allen of DeLand after I "' d \ Palmer who is holding a lucrative Keeps Us Busy. ti"' '
So That "He spending several days in this city, has n + Southern
position on the Georgia
ti It In The Sun. returned to his home. Mr. Allen has and Florida railroad Maeon, Ga.,

many friends In this section who were with Air Colonel
Old }- spent Sunday parents.
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office tf glad to see him. v ar + and Mrs. W. H. Palmer, North Gaines Big Assortments of

Ladle W.nted-Lad or gentleman of fair ville.
,." at San office.I education to travel. for firm of $260,000
Probably the first solid carload of
In capital. Salary $1.072 per year payable + Embroideries' Laces
0. E. DeLand weekly. Expenses advanced. Address ,i li r k peaches of the season to leave. this ,

lotto on a Geo. G. Clown, Gainesville, Fla. Illal'.ate '+ State was shipped from Hampton yes and all Wash

Slmonion'a ] Wan'.ed: -Orders for V'ctor Talking : terda The car was leaded by M. I.

by J. W. ){ Machine and record. Retail orders Allen, and was assigned to Eastern

Try the new five dollars up delivered free. Old U a e".4lICoyer.lluarlnteed.and markets. Goods.Mrs. 'rs
lars and cuffs[ at money refunded if ItraW: to remove toe 1
records and machines exchancred Met To reduce car stock of wall paper,
wont ease of Freoklen Pimple Tan Sallownea
Laundry.' ropolltan Talking Machine Co., Jacksonville IJrer Spate Blackhead, or any kln painta and moulding, starting Monday,
D. G. lIa Fla. eruption In 90 day*. Loaves the akin clear June 12, for one week only, we will
among those Prof. W. H. Crassly, professor In Eng- roll. healthy and restore rte beauty ofouth. sell for less than cost. We need cash
This is cbanoe. The Paint Store R. Wilson
your ,
Tbounanda tettfy to the merit of
visit yesterday. flab and history at East Florida Seminary Satlnola.Ml opposite Brown House. .

O. A. ( for the past season, left yesterday Alice Uretta writes Tbtbodeaux, La.. ,
; a : ] A dispatch was received from Tallahassee r
of Alachua, forlhis: home at Forsyth, Ga., where he Oot. 15 '04.-"For four yean my face war in
yesterday by a gentleman
this( oily . will spend his vacation. He was accompanied completely corered with freckle and pimples. this city which stated that the T. F. THOMASUMDnTAKinO
his tamll All remedie failed until u..e4 two packaire supreme
Evana Halle by of Satlnola, which completely removed the court had decided that no member of
on professional To reduce our aleck of wall paper, freckle and pimple My complexion In now the present Legislature is eligible to a X!
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tw; to return paints and moulding, starting Monday.will perfect and hope every lady having freckle place on the board of regent that i il
June 12. for one week only, we or pimple/ wfll try Satlnola." Price too and
Frank Allen sell for less 1 than cost. We need cash ".00.by leading dmtrirUw. or malt to decide on the location of the new I
Ile oily yesterday This is your chance. The Paint Store, State schools.
NATIONAL TOILET CO.: Paris, Tenn.
with the school opposite Brown House The J. J. Finley Chapter U. D.O., FULL LINE OF
Bold in Gainesville by J. S. Bod I ford
t' Every time hire M...,E, Miller and son, George, A Cap, J. W. :McCollum A Co.. W M. appreciate the good will of those oasting -
4;" Gainesville of Miami, were In the city yesterday. Johnson and all leading druggists.S. . votes for this organization in the NEW GOODS.

; entitled to one They were en route to their former library contest ; but being a memorial --

For Rent- home, Kfinapnha where the former association they have no ue Agents tor...
T. Dell, representing the O. H.
South owns a fine pear grove She will superintend for such a library, and with to state :Monuments Tombstones
thorpe cottage Hargravei Company, wholesale grocers
( the picking, packing and that this Chapter will in no manner
Jacksonville, after spencing Sun and Iron Fences.See .
:! P. T. Rimes[ shipping of the trait enter the coolest
brief visit to day in this city departed yesterday for Our Samples
for hiss Irene McCreary, who his been points In South Florida in the interest Master William Emerson, ton of J.

yesterday attending lisndolph-Macon College/ of his house R. Emerson of the Cash Grocery Company
south. Personal attention to all matters la
Lynchburg, Va ha arrived home for Ss the proad possessor of a brand
Atlantic To reduce our stock of wall paper, this line. Mall and telegraph orders
the vacation, and her friends are delighted paints+ and moulding, starting Monday, new Iver-Johoson bicycle which he attended to.
tickets to to greet her again !Miss Me- June 12 for one week only, we will : purchased from II. W. Wait. The machine promptly
,' to 18th Creary Is well pleated with the school sell for lets than cost We need cash. ::1 is one of the prettiest ever seen
tl7 A0 and has been benefited the This is your chance. The Paint Store, I Gainesville Florida
A M1S greatly by in the city and the little fellow has aright
; R. L. TUon of climate.I opposite Drown floors -- ----.---
change to feel proud of his new pos
prominent : "'. P. Glover of Valdosta, the clever
r F. Hampton returned to his homein session.
"r was the commercial agent of the Georgia
; among Jacksonville yesterday, after business Miss Eloise Brewer a charming THE CONTINENTAL
; terday. Southern and Florida Railroad, xuregistered .
and pleasure trip to this oily of a young lady of Waycrois., (!a., after a ...-
at the Drown House CAFEREHTATJRAST.Pint .
Jap -a- couple of days. Messrs. Phillip I Miller .Iter-I pleasant visit to Mrs. Annie Brown in .
day Mr.( Glover is one of the .
I and Hampton, who comprise the Miller this city, returned to her home yesterday.
successful in the
escorted transportation men
ft Hampton Realty Company, are do- This made tfii fii
w Baird'.. country and hit ao0ts is due both to: young lady many
II, M. Ing everything possible In the matterof his efficiency and his clever manner. friend during her stay here who gave
Chitty ID"I
where : advertiting Gainesville and Inducing Friends are always glad to welcome her up reluctantly, but trust that she
nopy, I settler here and in this vicinity.Mrs. will favor Gainesville with a visit

but plesiant ___. again at no dictant day.
friends. J. M Thomas and children, who ---

have been lit Sundersville, Ua for thepaat. Account of Confederate Veterans',
If want him.NEW
you ) few week, have returned to this reunion the Seaboard Air Line Rail-
r try the new YORKRACKET.
; and oufT at city, and are now plemantly located In wax will sell rouod-trip ticket to LouUvilla. -

).auod" their new home -IO< :2Vet ;Main treet, Ky at the rate of $17 80, from

Mrs. C n.1 N. The children ham been Indiiposed June 10th to 13th incluiive, final limit

for her old ever since leaving herrand Mr. Thom to leave Louisville June 10th, 100(5,

wlll.r..nd a* declared he wn compelled to have Limit may be extended to leave Louisville .

'' and friends. them return for the benefit of their as late a* July 10 by depositing ( corner South of roxtofltee).

% $1780 health.A ticket with J. H. Rlchardcon. special Op.. krrlr. r.A! |..t,. Drip I'off.*.

n Inclusive, number of the ladies of Kirby ._ agent, Louisville, and paying 50 cents W..t.r. Xttli. r ,

via Atlantis Smith' Chapter U. n. C are manifestIng per ticket at time of deposit.J. _

agent for a deep interest In the library con- CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTH B. Gerald, general agent for the

The family I test which hsi juit. ttartrd. feeling New Home sewing machine, Is at home Some Men Leave
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,,,; llam of North > that the library would' bft a valuable. -- -- - ----- - -- from a trip through Alabama. hire

+ their former thing for the Chapter. They are workIng Gerald states, that the people of Alabama An Estate for the Widow

they expect to fur vote, but it will not be deHnltely We have receiveda as a rule are prosperous and happy ;

Have money deeUt-d whether or not the" and are enjoying success In every To invest and lost, or ss a temptation -
toted deert : Chapter will enter tl.e contest' until full line of branch of life The prospect for fine to ipeeuUtnr. How much

Blue Ribbon the meeting Thursday ..Urrnoon.I crop were never belter. The mer'hanU better to leave' her *i
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tracts, Takes I ( are hopeful and altogether there
Kdtteatlonal! I Notice to Water Takers. i il an air of prosperity throughout the $500 or S1.000 a Year Income
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', pate attending I (>*lug to the repair going on at the Ice Cream Freezers entire State. for Life, or for 20 or 30 Years?

the purprnrnf mrrvoir of the city water work, all I'rof O W Bonner who for the part

.vrrda not it fall,. I water wen are miitettrd to be a* eaHon wa* the popular and efficient We will tend you some interesting

i anA,tai 0\ paring: a* )><>.itle, and not watte any principal the Hawthorn school, ha annual information showing. how small so

n | water for three day at l I..t. It i i. deilred been attigned to a summer school, at outlay will yield a permanent
income
To rrdiico ") Mason's Fruit Jars yearly for anyone for
lt t palul and i , that all lawn tprfnklcr 1 be ahut Ssuta }'., beginning( the IPth InK, and whom you rare to provide
June 1:1: for t toff for that time at 1..1.! a* we will continuing for. period of two and a

ell for le** 1| only hsvw at null un.-/north of the' r.'.- half month. Prof Uonner I la one of W.'l. HILL & W. B. HIQDOM
This I I. ( ,
your strait capacity to pump (rum the moet competent and mot thorough Special Airenn The MUTUAL
opposite Jar ,
Tops
Or J. F. It F :Mu KK Supt. teacher In the county and will Life latnranre ('e. of \4'w Jerk,
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I II no donbt make a racers of the Sanla
day for Boston JU!>r:>'''Vll.l.r', , FLURIUA
Ki summer school '
'Jt remain for a l READ THIS.IHrriiKv ..
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stry has been I : Art July tS. I lMhDr Jelly Glasses alive from liorkhim Florida supreme of the Knight represent of E EMITH'S
K:art ,
change for w ilIl'r\ I K:. \\'. Mali\ l Si fatal_. flu: -D<.r I Honor, left yesterday for Atlanta, s MOUNTS

Sir : "'.. h.ve (Ken telling your TnWonder. II I where he will attend the eion of the WELL '
Mr and Mr*. I
tlall') Great l 1'1'1."" for Ij Supreme l.odge of th. United States,
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chula arrived { i two year and recommend "It to anyunrrrnR j Hammocks which convened yeterday and will J
will IN the : ,
'Uf" +rrnc! with any kiduey troubles* eontinuruntl) the 2Oth, Uep..uDt.j All the old standards and

eats, Mr. and bvtog the 1Mr1 remedy w# e?.r old' I II I ative from every &al.la the Union, I the choicest of the '
few days, Th. new ones ;
Your truly J K 1'ut'xa. '
t Canada and Mexico/ will be present all
,, )fist I Pearl as 1 issued. s
TEXASUONDER. Lap Robes this meeting, and a rnol beneficial i #J
; viit to Mr
A ...ion I I. anticipated.Mr I Ask to !*'o them} as they

; The Remember Sun for j Cue smell barfly of the Tau Won* I Edith Hunter formerly of I cannot lx displayeil 1 to advantage K'

)dr, lfa1U.I\ Diaoovery, curee all Hawthorn bat for the put winter a'': in a case.
vole In
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M JUG as when i' kidney and bladder IroobU. removes I Mosquito Canopies member th, faculty of the Jen.nHifh -- .-
same : aura diabetes. entinal emi*- f School, .:.*1 Coat.passed through
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Of be ,. ,
D I Toasts. weak and lame barks, rheums*I the city y*.ierday eo route to High Fine Fadeless Fotografs
rivll The .
f> K < Um and all ,irregularities of the kkl-" II tpriac. wb.re be rxpet to remainfor
Vote tor every I land all Seakmablo Good l*. From Lrch.t to Uf. Sii..
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..,* and bladder in, both men and arw canker Mr. Hooter ut.. rh

Job department.Ned I women, regulate bladder trwtbles inchildren. I .._ that the term at J.aHaa.* very 'wefa SMITH'S STUDIO. .
JS/auai, If sold from
not by your druggist every ttandpoiat M>e it .
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f bal now will b sent mail .i ofI. ..s.U.U.d'b -
by on ra |>l that eooairy. bat ha*
t>tttf' tf*.Ifar. i small battle months' Our prices will interest 4 AT ST. AUGUSTINE.
< One i* two treatment I { you. not yet ?ued whether shy -Ia; r... ;

.3+ quaintances, aDd "Worn fails '0rf...t a I lorn nest son,, She U oar of 'lie

; aa. lata, n. ear. Dr. Kmet W Hall, sole rnanofaetarer. ;; curt t'Ompe'' .at teachers A lac t as 'Lartn.cooltoroi.ttedroom.atlk.an ;

'ban bNtt P O. t teas 'J*, St. LnaU.& M*. PHIFER BROS. roc ty ka* ever had, cad Ire tl'Med" h." ...'. # Frre. Lt1. I.i.h' hou.. a
eom* Wpa+.- Seed for "UDatDta1a. 9oM by all I I f..1 like l 1..1H'.poa' her reaaiaing week. .MJa, pniwr- hater '110 II pet

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