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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 16, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00628
Source Institution: 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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.:xxn, jso. ui GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JUNE 16, li 05 TEN CENTS A WEBS:

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SEVELT AWAITSJAPAN'S refused to have the meeting take place Albert Arbogatt. of Seltnsgrove.: a .

In Paris because It Is the capital 'ofRu.sla' VETERANS GIVEN prominent dealer In farming Implt TERRIBLE TRAGEDY

/fi": ally and also on acount of the mnts, was driving near McKee's Hat:

RESPONSEJapanese great distance from Japan and the de- Falls, he was suddenly stricked with
lay Involved.It ROYAL WELCOME apoplexy In his buggy. The hors IN SOUTH GEORGIAYoung

rrw' Is expected that Japan will propose trotted on at the usual gait and

I"i" that the plenipotentiaries' meetat slopped: at Rhine's stort"ht'n Mr.

) lit,Is: Expressed If Russian some point. clone to the theater of Louisville Receives'Them With Rhine came out to wait on his Blip-! Man and Sister Assasai .

I posed customer he found a dead man Y
Suits
,j :\1', e Japanese. war.The Japanese plenipotentiary has Outstretched Arm sitting in the buggy, with the linen nated In Their Yard. ko

..: t,' not yet been selected. wrapped about his bands

: ''NEGOTIATIONS' MAY TERMINATE CITY IS DRESSED 'IN GAY ATTIRE SHOTS ARE FIRED FROM AMBUSH

:{::,.: Will, Open Oriental Ports. KINO REPLIES TO 8TORTHINOU ,

M Will Demand that a Sincere New York. June 15.In a speech be.' Governor Beckhsm of Kentucky Welcomes Killing la the Sequel to a Food,of (.stiff, ?

.. V,.Effort: to Reach a Permanent Peace fore the Business Science club. Japanese < Them to State-Many Prom, Norwegians Claim However, that the Standing-Psrpstrators of Crime Un '
Union Is Forever Dlssolvsd.Christiana. '
consul Urhlda. while refraining
,' :,',Agreement Be Made-Other News from any prophesy as to the probable nent Confederates Occupy Seats on Norway June IS.-King known But Believed To Bs Negroes.,

J"-. )\-Regarding; Far, Eastern Situation. terms of the peace agreement, which Platform When Order Is Called. Oscar's long letter to the presidentof Little Child Is Wounded.

f; this country might be willing to subscribe the Norwegian storthing. M. Her-
; .-/i'Y''h1Acton.: : .June 15.Russian tor- said he could guarantee one Louisville June 15.-AJter a night nor defining his position as cabled to Valdosta, Oa., June 13.-A* a rs-
':: thing welcome to Americans:
belligerentsfora streets filled with bands \>f marchingmen year-old son and the Hi- & uld daughter ;
)
(appeal to the Far Eastern can say to the American world of commerce ing was read In the btorthln: ,"od.).
"i cessation of i hostilities" has been ," he declared "without a fear and with music and!? fis everywhere The document was referred unanimously of W. U. Carter, former M tho-
the city of L<6uimlle today to a special committee without dial preacher, were annanslnated lu
communicated to 'the of making a mistake that when peacIs /
\ Toklo governsnent'by
welcomed the thousands' who have consent and the storthing adjournedto their yard in lUhlru,district hut night
.
achieved the of
finally markets Manchuria
\ the President. The note written come "to the farthest nor U" to attend await the committee's rt>/Ilft. There at 9 o'clock.
/
and Korea will be open to the
"' t[ by'Count Lamsdorff. by direction the fifteenth annual convention ot the was no demonstration. The AnstK-lat- The dog began to bark lu the yard
7 world and that our sincere hope ID
United Confederate' association. said ti) .. yuiiug people with the youngor .
01 i. Emperor Nicholas, and handed by Japan Is that America will join hanjj ed Press understands that a short reply '
The crowd exceeds. expecUt'oim and will child went out to sue what way
be sent re-re-aiTlrinln the
constitutional
; the minister of foreign affairs to Am- with us In the development of the tar
with assurance of glorious weather the matter.Tiile! looking fur the
rights of the titorihliiK-
Ambassador Meyer at St. Petersburg, was countries.
the reunion already ti> bt cause of disturbance/ tll"y1"" fred r
prouilsea The government; of Xorwiiy and the
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,. $ placed,. In turn in the hands of Min
NEWS FROM THE FAR EAST. <)u hy from behind the
'/'lfttcr Takahlra by the president and a success. members( of the storthing welcomed iiH| someone %
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The preparations for the accommodation message seeing In the last paraeraph." Minokelioufte.
.transmitted by M. Takahlra to Tokio.The .
president Is in hourly expectationthat Russian Cruiser Sinks British Vessel of the old ttoldlers. have been an Indication that the king and l the The )nil ilK lady fell1' dead l In her.

I' a response may be received from Other War News. made on a lavish scale. At .e\.ral riksdag will protmbly confirm the ill*. trucks, I the young mt n. woiiitileJ

Singapore, Straits Settlements, June points in the city barracks have beeu solution of the union after a r' fTlrinatlon ('ra\\ U'd bark l Into the house und dl+'.l.
f f" he Japanese governmnt.
; ) Doubt Is expressed In Important quarters ,' 1&-The few details obtainable regardIng furnished and u low step away from of the contention< that tie union while the third child was wounded.

whether the Russian response Is ''I' the sinking of the British steamerSt. each Is thb free restaurant: whlrh i a! would not !b" dUolVfii without the con The father WAS 111'11111111I' several '

Hilda by the Russian auxlllarj hours out of the day servos meals to sent of Sweden und King Oacnr. weeks ago by J. (1. Rawlliia, who U
The
'ao lsfactory to Japan. govern- I
cruiser Dnieper show that the St. the wearers of the gray. A member of the torihlnij commenting also a former iiilnl t-r. He I I. liON m
\ inept of the !island empire is wary ot
Hilda was captured by the.Dnieper on For the accommodation of) the |>rc.ss on the bitter feeling In Sweden under chuigo of assault with Intent! to '
antagonist and has!
Its big European
Indicated Its Intention of not sacrificing June 4. about 50 miles from Hong in the way of worklu headquarters l i a i said to tlit1 ('ULlt''lltHlIlpllt i of the AMH<)' luurder. .
Kong at which port he was lat re church in tho center<< of the city capable -I elated Preen"Aristocratic;' Only lust Saturday Httwllnnn! wa.4
dearly bought victories at arms In
its
ported. of stating 2.000 people, bas been Sweden ts always Inclined placed under a baud of 11.200 to keep
k the conflict of diplomacy which now
She was sunk by a cruiser on the fitted up with tablos.. chalru unit i)pe to look down on iH'mocratlc' the p"*urt<.

is being waged. Minister Takahira following day on the ground that she writers. All courts have adjoinnetl Norway. The Sweden resent _hat they lie spent last night In. this city, ..) k;
that
askance at
Is Inclined to look
Russian' reads had contraband of war on board tf for the remainder of the week In order consider our audacity in Inltlutlug a It will\ lio easy. for him to prove that a
of the whjch :
Start pote how tee the crew and mails had been re that the court rooms may be toed as solution and dethroning the ItltiR. '1 no he did not do, the thootinc. Carter ,
eventual
meeting
"As for
an moved. The cargo of th St. Hilda headquarters for the varidiu state del. latter has always beau Influenced by also .had his tllroal cut In a court r<.)m J
\ far It would be for the two
possible consisted chiefly of jute rice and cot egatluns. the atmospheric of the nubility of quarrel several month Aal).
elaborate conditions of '
to
powers The hotels and boarding homes are Sweden and seldom vUtted Norway. The feud between him and soma ot

';peacer the Imperial( government would ton.The Dnieper transferred to theFlorva crowded and arrivals continue.The : The Swedish upper, (chamber too U his neighbors has been bitter fur suvrrnl -

{ leave" no objection, principle such to tearper; i& the atralts business side of thfWunlon the inclined ,to consider the rights of the years.This q
'fit 'it"tiur Ja'rtiede- ?rre I"ft"'i
gsnent-expressed ltempt of Malacca 41 of the Chinese crew of annnual convention was scheduled tn throne paramount to those of the cnnstlliiilon morning about S o'clock Its
desire therefor.'
a If the 'St. Hilda and the malls belonging open In the ion.S- Show bulldlg at which, however I U not the fired upon someone who wa lolterln {z
that
indicated plainly'
Japan has to that steamer but the captain ten noon and It was only '20 minutes after case In Norway. about bis house and he say it was s + ar(
"there It a conference between Its plenipotentiaries EUropean. and the Chinese stevedoreswho that hour when Colonel Bennett II. negro. Me believed that. the a***.*.tn-
and. those of Russia it
had charge of the Chinese portion' Young of l.oulnlUe. commanding the AGITATING PROPOSED BOYCOTT. atom are negro, but that someone
'inust .ba held with a definite under of the crew of the St. Hilda, were detained Kentucky divtklon called the vast elie, Is the 'lusttgitor.
'.tandlnsthat a sincere effort to reach
on board the Dnieper. I assemblage 'of veterans and their American Minister Assures China of -
.a permanent peace.agreement is to be
I guests to order. Our Friendly Feeling. CREDIT MKN IN SEftSION.

k '0 made., News from Battlefield. Among those on the stage" were Lieutenant PeUn' June IS.-The agitation snd

j .\ Gunsbu Pass, Manchuria. June 15.- General, Irvine Walker, commander proposed boycott of Au; ,rlrau good National Association Holding Tenth S{

& Newspapers Discuss Situation. The Japanese have forced the-advance army of the Northern Virginia by the Chinese merchant la apparently Annual Convention.Menipnl .

, \ St.' Petersburg.; June 15.-With the posts of the Russian left beyond toe department; Lieutenant General baaed upon a misconception by the *. Ttnn., June II.-More '

i 'r. ,fmbllcatlon ot the government's post Kaochou river and are occupying the W. O. Bell of Texas, commanding the Chinese of Americans' Intentllon In than luO delegates were present when 3

;1 t tlon on the peace' negotiations the heights north of the river. A heavy Trans-Mississippi department; General regard to the Exclusion Act.! Doth the tenth annual convention of the

r : ,,newspapers are filled with a discussion fonts seems to be behind this movement Clement A. Bvans. army of Tennessee Chinese and AIh.r& .nl srs agreed National Association of Credit Men

"...r ';;of'tb..situation. The Russ which Field. Marshal Oyama U ready department: Rev. J. Wllllsm Jones of upon Ibis point that esclution of cool war called to order this atomise by

f.lDoct nearly reflects the Views of the tor a general offensive. The two lead Richmond. Vs.. chaplain general; Governor des I I. the chl.f matter under consider President Frederick W It.Mart. of

foreign office points- out clearly that era of Chinese bandits captured at J. C. W. Beckhsm.: of Kentucky; stlon and that the set deal with the Uvnvertlo .

: 'in consenting to President- Roosevelt's Omoso la the rear of the Russian left Mayor Chart sF. Graingrr of Louisville treatment of other classes. A discussion Ths meetings will conttoue until frl- +

.{;appeal for a conference of ,plenlpoten- .have arrived bno.Hoaplt" \ ; General Jullar 8. Carr commanding I of tbs subject will be necessarily day afternoon when officer/ will be ; +

,Uaries of the two powers. Russia In the TeaaeMee' division; Owners : prolonged and to arrange a new elected and final adjournment will. betaken

; :laowise engaged herself to concluder i Shl.p Relesssd.Nagasaki. George P. Harrison of Opeltka: coo v eat Ion, will take time. Delegates from l In. Angeles

peace' except on the condition that the June 14.--Noon-The commanding/ the Alabama division and I Mr. Rockhlll.: ; the ,American minister, 'Cal.. are on ths ground and are makIng -

\;Japanese terms when ascertained I Russlsa hospital ship Kostroms, which numerous brigade commsadsrs. I bss assured the Chinese. that Am-rl. s strong bid for tbs peat con vontioo. -

{prove an sBejeptable! basis. It they was captured during the battle of the The Invocation was by Chaplala, Urn ca's Intentions are friendly sad con .

,.,{. ,,'are not entert uble. Russia will withdraw. sea of Japan was released today and ersl J. William Jones. The chaplafn dilatory sod the Chinese board of foreign The report of ths. legislative com-

,r sbe sailed for Shanghai. The hoaplt asked that the blessing of Almighty atr.l,.. I. apparently satisfied upon mitts which will probably be read on r

t ''v''rtIi Ths Novos Vrsntya declares that In. al ship Orel which was captured at God descend upon (be president of the subject, The public are somewhat Friday I I. looked forward to with/ much

r.'much as Japan ruptured dlspiomatle.negotiations the same time, will be taken before these United 8tat*.. that be might be alarmed hence the boycott, Interest ss It Is believed anera1lm"ur.

alt; ,. before the war It 1s prop. the naval prU court at Bssebo for the president of this whole country This movement .. unlikely to atlaln/ tant r*olutlon will bs offered/ for rte,

r- .e': thst she should now define the obJects trial. and of every otloo. After Mr. any serious\ proportions although It adoption

4 ;.; for which she drew the sword. Nothing Daunted This twain.Ottumws. / Richards had welcomed/ l tbs vetersns I I. significant.' Indicating/ tbs Important The delegates' were welcomed Ibis

.The success Japan obtained In pass- lows* June IS,--The railroads to Louisville Governor )is:kbam ... which Is attached 1>y the Chinese morning by Mayor J. J. William, for

t 1.rdili; anything aha could have sntlclpatla tied up by washouts Elmer C. tended the hospitality of the stste. to questions Involved In Ibs Ibs city sod Governor John I. (V>'. oabsbsif
la war. She .Is now mistress of the American eirluslos of the ststs.
;; '?,: Coombs drover, swam: walked and set. The stclu
to'l +seu and will remain so for many jumped a handcar on a railroad track Sons of Veterans Meet. dots of coolies, from hs Hawaiian sad The welaamla addre*..* were n i

years, but If her appetite has Increasediawrdlaatsly SS miles from Exlioe Philippine Islands U considered s bsr- pos4ed to by J. Harry Trrgrxi, uf flat. I
to this city to Louisville. Ky.. JUDe /--Ths United
i she should remember ship by |the OIl..... who also complain limo,., former president of the S4oel<
reach her la time to be married to Boss of Confederate VersJM last today
thai Rasals's means are not exhaust / of the treslmest alien
a Miss' Myra Moon Cbombs tried to la Hopkins (beater, the'oteesfag; they .sporeae.

;lea charter a train, but was refused. II.drove .! session being delayed until nearly 11 at the hand of the American\ custom

until the roads became Impsssa o'clock by late arrivals. The attend onclala neverlbslsss there la a desire' Noted Arab Chief Dud

,:$, Consider Peace Very Remote. bis. then walked 10 C miles, swimmlitg aacs was not large The eosveatlMiwss oa the part. of tile Chlseso govern. Mow York I..... U.-A dUpsUh r .

:t.kJa.; June 15.-1. German aDd where the bridges were washed .wa,. called to order by Marios W meat for a speedy and smlcsbi adjust.meat from Zssiibsr aaaounce this death "
uf tbs of Tip, Tib. the .. .
questions st Issue.KMI.d .0( Arab sklelSA4
circles
r., hers theprospects of With the aid of the kaadcar for the Rlvy, lieutenant eonmsss' of the local
alsvs. dealer
ir between Japan and Rassla are last part of the trip hs reached here) cams of Boss of: Vet erf... In tb. J Who trsvells
Herself" and rivs' Cttlldrsn.TucHmsrl. throsgh the ,)'art CvsUa.at Is HT4. ter
red remoter It I. sap posed that and was married st 1SM in the more absence of JOBS C. MwI4.o., tas comnsadsst. -
4 Intends 10 inflict a final sad las'- t After tb. isvocaUoa (ant- Neb.. Juss U41. O..... Hoary ... ,nanny met Tib and described RR

ig blow upon the Russian. army .. oast R. W IBagksm of LswUvllte. Campbell/, wife of s rsseanaa llvlsg' _kiss ss a Most remarkable
H Sour saUss of here, went sudd.a- ebaractsr. He later .eisbllssed. tb. .
aria before considering say May Rinlfrsts ts Sowth America.Hew welcomed the /delegates to Lftvlsvfllssad meet
IsssJie today sad wllft rlUe e...... chief as ....raer of IBS Mtssley, railstatloa.
loa for p.see.a Tort. Jsss J*-Th. eotoMlta- Keatscxy The rpoass was by 17

o tree office has ,reported says a Herald Hon. T. P .toe,. of W* *. Tsi..'s pastcossssaaaer her husband from hoes'. Then before sa tks Upper Congo.

dispatch from )MoetMvtoeo with r.f'r- Is rbl.r. C'o\Jlwt"\ : O.TtsdaJ hs weld reters with kelp, sss. killed OIH.pagf.
: p.i Ospessd to Paris.e ewes to the sot<< seat recently 'I by th.. *, of flask Tea t.... ads>....d yes .,. chlldres and .... d ser owe Fatal Drat Over .
was 11.--a p. mrTbe report Urvgvayaa legation at Washington.aa.oendag the toG"..111M. life .by shootisc .*.... Tes.. Joe. U-A Needs e
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;f; ese minister at Waablackahlra farmers deal oecvrrsd st Kpf14u' on ....
that ssssy frost Alter th. lras rtJoi some faf '
.'y telling e/ his. laterPresident Missouri aid Colorado have resolvedto that rwUA "' .....* rJvwrasd + UoII .4. Osta "."yoN '.* Ct a"qd f Nsme.lUddlsg M..USA fsisfsatkmsl railway, Two

Rsoe vJt a. emigrate to Uruguay and req..stvdInfonsatlo. th. delegate bog. J. Jsa" IS, ,tyros Dtgler. a ..* of the same ..... Corrals but

proposal that the peace ahowt Us aseaJ lss.... Th lady to. boss. ahnn. kiWI.1: lad. of U llvlsg' U (\:opper city sa. sot related were lovers of ths sasa. .

alas of Roach sod Jspas report ...,.'It' ts' **Msry to ceasetame ....,. tb* a*... Is being bell. lft for Nehrsaka to lake.; po.esel.g" girl la lk. vlla... naslly resolvlalo.settl .

and the aypaiatAMSt of u.. Probable nsssWr of ..1&,...... . of s l..ser of us.t.bIWJ ton *y aUs4i "* Ik. matter with pt...... they

:the Bssstan ambassadorC3 their AasacJal condition. sad < ether.. r >s<.d fs4t.r r"s' fWmi.p fall west lato the ...*** sad, after qa.

.. cadet p4ewip i .. tslls before th* s?,..rsist ran CU Deed He .J' .......". tae Mlas.jmtiegvl. heir he
' e4r.d tadary, Japan ":'C3 sa ----- .. Ps J.au i1.a.rwthil. ova ass .. esrali with. a bad tkro4.h kU. ks4. ,

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HALL 'He :Food That 'Does, Good Annapolis Japanese, Midshipman'Ud. June 15Asahl Admitted.Kltigakl 94a 1f1. A a 'r

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a' midshipman In the imperial

8 WAS .DESPOHDEHT navy of Japan reported at the naval !v ,r
; ; academy as a member of the new it'SeM. '

fourth class now forming lie will, be ifi

Took His Own Life, Because the the only native of Japan In the Institution. 1 IHO IIS) r !tr

' He 'Ha'd:Died. .; TheCod'LvetOUgtapl.' .Jw edeire.'rtor Thirty-two other young men ..C $ts O Jyi.Sc at.BroZWs ar m4iJ 25c to Co J;MOfI'EIT. IL

One Loved C:..g u.c.w.; ..na..... .',...IWt... La drip entered the institution as a result of Mother I Hesitate no longer hutaave the health ,
F tor*. Tfcrv.* .*. !.*..*.. .ferrIt. P.._... the April examinations.! your child am thouaantfa have done by giving theme tZKKTHINA r
THE DEED WAS DELIBERATE CMMMPUOSJ and an-ralmoiMuy MMUC. AU /* easily given and quickly counteracts mt
.r DroCTisu,two ai si.Bee and iL Editors at Houston T-ras. Cornea. the effects of the summer's.heat upon. reetlll.dJ 4
.
Houston Tex., June 15. The Nation -
TRIAL .BOTTLE FREE BY MAILOZOMULS10K
Wrote a Not. Instructing Dispositionof .
al Editorial association arrived heretoday
t 'w 111.enatrnsss.and .
a44rer
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/' Cover Remains,.Expenses Enclosed of Funeral Check;. .Then to CO, tI Flas .Street. New York. I Missouri In, two Kansas special and trains Texas over railroad.the G. .S.: MERCHANT &; GO.

,' There are 460 visitors in the party. Af
Drank Carbolic Acid- hot Himself' ,
&_ .. .' f .with headquarters: Gainesville, were ter being entertained by the business Retailers and Jobbers IDStaple

; Despondent and grieving' "f'l'tbe l k sere thfs! *.week. organizations of Texas' the editors ':

t ,death of his devoted wife a year ago,, Messrs Tldwell. ,and Cassidy, representidgr left for San Antonio enroute to the

alone In the world with the exception Harris Jc: Co., Baltimore commission Portland exposition. and Fancy Groceries ;

of a sweet, Innocent little daughter ,of : merchant., have been here r ,

door years who is absent'from his' aide; several' days looking after the melon., Alabama's Convicts Profitable. 't'

\'Engineer J. O.Halt of Waldo took his peaches, etc. Montgomery. Ala.. June 15. -inbis Brain, garden Seed and Fertilizers. ;.,e ,. .;

own life Thursday morning, aDd'aD H. A. Layfleld has opened a confectionery .quarterly report to the governor President '.
p 'empty vial labelled carbolic' acid In and cold .drink store at O. A. Carmichael, of the 'state convict SOUTH SIDE SQUARE i t i GAINESVILLE..FLO 'DA',4:

'444-- one hand and a pistol in the other told ..'. old place.A board says the department Is In good Highest market price paid for Chickens. Eggs and. other Prodneo ;':, f
a I the sad story. room has been Sited up in the shape no friction, and death rate for ':.1; ,

Na Mr. Hall had been a resident of Thomas block for a barber shop and time three-fourths of 1 -per cent. The A Complete stock oT Hay Corn, Oats Flour, Bran, Meal Cotton Seed 'Ma I

"Waldo for the past, twelve or fourteen Sam Gilmore, colored, of Gainesville gross receipts for the quarter were i and Wi handle only the VERY BEST goods at the LOW .' { j'

years. lI.tw.l&n engineer lathe i employ will be proprietor. I134.13C.22, expenses 972,019.38; net EST PRICES and guarantee satisfaction always /, rk3Dt3TASLI6SRD .

of the Seaboard Air Line Ball- \VatumelonaaDt.lour"and peaches 162,016.84. -

road 'and up to the time of the death are plentiful and selling for Rood; : 1869. t(. ,: \ ,
III of:his wife a ysr ago no home was price. Jump From Buggy Breaks Skull. '

'ha'pplsr'than bit, with the devoted 18A DEAD Huntsville Ala., June 15.iHon. Os- )
:
'.wife at his side and a sweet child at I I & car R. Hundley was seriously. injured I H.F.DUTTON&CO.

his knee, in a runaway this morning. The team
s Bat the demise of this dear woman Teamsters Not Defeated But .Wiy Let hitched to his carriage started on a' ----DEALERS IN----

a, who bad made life a pleasure for matters Adjust Themselves. run and Mr. Hundley attempted to
: him,caused him to be despondent and Chicago. June 15.-The Teamsters' Jump out and his head struck against Sea IslarLd:: Cotton:.
Joint council apparently has come to
fe- ever since he laid her to rest he has i a curbing. The skull was fractured I A'r .
the conclusion that the strike la a ,.
been Indifferent as to the world and and there are several painful bruises.
dead issue. For the first time since Sea Island Cotton Seed Bagging and Twine. 'Walrus
ri .
his friends, notwithstanding they did
the original strike against Montgom That Tired Feeling. Leather in Strips or Sides. ,
everything possible to cheer and com ,
two .' cry Ward & company was called the t
fort him A few months ago his child. If :you languiddepressed., Incapable t
controversy was was shelved in the
ce, was given to the care of a sister and council meeting as an "unimportant". for work It indicates that your Manufacturers of the James Doig Improved English t

he was left entirely alone with the matter of business. liver ,is out of order. Hrbine will asslst Sea Island Cotton Gin and Supplies for Same.* '

resell thai he became tired of life and I don't see that the strike demands nature to throw off headache., I

decided to end his earthly I exiatenee.g much attention any more" said William rheumatism and ailments akin to ner- GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, USA' :

There was no man In Waldo individually vonvness and restore the energies and _
N Kelly, secretary' of the Coal Team-_ =-----:;-----
more widely known orjnore pop- .t(',,' union. "No I won't admit that vitality of found and perfect health !

ular more generous-hearted or more we are beaten but I mean to say that J. J. Habbarri. Temple, Texas, writes ABSTRACT REALTY ;

!'* sympathizing than M,. Hall. and he we have matters in hand BO well that "1 have need Herbioe for the past two & COMPANY

9 was universally esteemed. He was a we can afford now to let the strike year. It ha. done me more good than

prominent and active member of the take of itself. all the doctors It I U the! best medi
InoorpoX'ated1[:
,, Waldo Lodge Knights of Pythias, and The proposed referendum "vote cine ever made' for enllls and fever"

a stood well In the community, sociallyand which certain labor leaders wish submitted bOo. Bold by W. M John.on. E. E. VOYLE. MG-R.

otherwise. His sudden death, to the teamsters ss to whetherthe
Abstracts of Title and foil information furnished regarding lands La: thiscounty.
while to those mon Intimately acquainted strike shall be called off conditionally nrvarb or Discipline .
Our manager has lived in this county thirty yean andIs
with him was DO surprise, was not brought up. In February, 1748 Lord Robert Ber thoroughly( conversant with land titles.
was a blow to the people of that town. President Bernard Mulligan, of the tie third eon of Robert first duke of
s railway express drivers' union said of TJinrnftter.,. nftcrwanl general In the army -
As evidence that deceased went about
and oilonrl of the Second regiment E. E. VozE
the referendum
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hit task coolly and with determination ,
of foot guards! received reprimand,
%, be wrote a letter instructing the K. of "It never will' come ups even: If It neb reprimand) being convoyed to him FIRE ACCIDENT, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE. Rep,..

ls P. lodge as to the disposition of his re* should the teamsters on strike will by the Dnka of Cumberland')! ald-.- seating- a number of prominent American and English: companies..
Jr vote to a wan for the continuation REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOANS.
mains, requesting that they1 be sent to 4'flinp. UN military oflVimv was that blind
the strike until It. can be railed off Q-Fi.1 fi ea- ydLILle s e FlOrit3t:: i
South Dakota for Inteupsnl, He was blown his non, as he relieved'

.in. .fair_._ clraumstanara and__ enclosed on honorable terms." guard, ttrnenth his < k' In the envelope with the Utter a check $t. Jamen palace; 1hl, aDd this only, '
Weds at Age of Ninety-Eight all he had done. Chambers' Jour THE EVERETT
was -
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P. Morris HOTEL
f; made payable lo George :
Prescott, Mich., June 16-The latest nal. _, ;
i with the amount to be filled In, to cover
matrimonial event of interest to occur
the tivoessary funeral expenses, here Is the marriage of George Sin- !'t. FI.... Within. 235 W Bay St., JACKSONVILLE FLOJCIDA. ;t
transportationetc., and requested that ton of Logan township to Miss Maud Time hive changed. Our" fathersfor la

his remains be sent under escort of a J. Love. The feature of the affair some ntrnnit 1":11101pretf't'red a
member of the Knights of Pythias. tot la that the wedding occurred on the cold meeting/ house to one which was Centrally located, thoroughly repaired and renovated. Newly rurnl,"". ,

; their last.restingplaceg ninety-eighth birthday anniversary of tvnruted by artificial heat. \\'bt"n. European Plan. i

b Robert McOlellsn was summoned the groom, while the bride la a wlnlome.choolma'ArA stove was put, Into the Old South :8: M.A.sON
church llowton. In 17H.1. lays J. II. Pro-prietn 1' i
and Waldo .
r went to Thursday night.The of only 35 summers; who .,
etnhalmtd and, Crandon. newspaper of contemporarydate ... .. .. .
body was acoom has saved the bulk of her salary for ------ --- --- -- ----- \
contnliml
this ulgnlflcaiit lament:
panted by )1 r. Morris, will leave Waldo teaching the past 16 yea,.. '
Extinct. 'd fir. ot'lovetour .
anrr
i CLYDE LINE
for Booth Dakota
today seal grown cold aDd 'dead l .
Deceased was a nature of Illinois, Acute Rheumatism. In tin, house of flat w* rixnl a stow i
Tu warm in In their toud.
Fh but has been In Florida for many .
Deep tearing or wrenching pains, OCt
i'- years lie had no relatives in this oasloned I
by gutting wet through worse ;
.. country, however and all funeral arrangements ,(
when at rest, or on first moving the '
? were made by friends and CASTORIAFor r.
limbs, and in cold or damp ..ath.r.l.
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brother Knl ht., 1o
cured quickly by Ballard't Snow Llnl.
The sudden ending of )fr. Hall wQl Infant and Children. ,
c tm-ut. Cheat Oleson, Gibson City, III l
remove from Waldo one of the most writes, Feb. le, lt>Wi: "A year ago I The Kind You Kara Always Bought

ryo' familiar faces of the town and his was troubled with a pain In my baek.It ,
death will be generally regretted. Bears theSignstnr.
soon got so bad I could not bend
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over. One bottle of Itallard'e Snowiinlment
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ALACHUA HAPPENINGS.
cored me." Sold by W. M. 8-ASLIN'C S
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"., A Telephone Franchise 'Watermelon Johnson. _ s_ BI*.I V-.l.. .f c...... JII4t_..... Jacksonville end New "York '

*t Movement-Other Notes Probing Cotton Leak Charge. '\\'e are apt to overestimate. the value Calling at CHARLESTON 8.0., both ways.
Washington June It.-Oxretary 9t an edocaUon: received from books
+ Alsehua June 16.-J. A. Williams Wilson Informed the president that lie duosA large part of the value of a The Finest Steamship ia the Coastwise Service ;

has secured a franchise of the streets was pressing his InveatlgfcUea ,of the college edocaUeo comes from the social New
student the ..... Clyde England and Southern LinesDirect
of Alachua and will have a telephone charges aied with him that a leak badoccurred Intercourse of the -

system tn operation In ninety days Ii la the cotton crop reports Issued orvetnent.. the buttressing of character, Service Between JACKSONVILLE BOSTON and

Is one of oor needed Improvementsand by the agricultural& department,4. by SMortatkto. Their faeoltles areabarpend PROVIDENCE, and All Eastern Points, t.
by the attrltleo '
and pottsbed
will be a great. convenience.Protracted but he yet has been" unable to d. Calling at Charleston both ways. *
et mind with mind and the pitting
servleve began at the velop proof to sustala the charges. ctrf brain against bram. watch sttmnlats BffiTATrr.TNQE3' *

Baptist church Sunday with U... W, The agent of the secret service andothers amblUoa. brighten.. ideate sad open 8ou boaDd...............................From Lew1e' 'W hart. Bsttosi y
O. Foster la charge, assisted by It... who are making the laveetlga-l up new" hopes and possibilities). Dock Korthboond..... ............ From Toot of Catherine St.. Jacksonville
a Haaford of Virginia. The oatlook for Uon have been Instructed to leave knowledge la ralaaMe. bat the know

a prosperous meeting bright. ao stone naturae la their Inquiry.CewMerfsltsr edge which tomes from mind taterto .- Clyde St. Johns River lane
i4: course tnvmlnabJ*.-O. R. aroVsn la
y, Th. adopted baby of Mrs. M, L. May 1Iooc. Xaeul-' D.twwen ACXUONVII.I.&
nard Is critically 111. Ceatwretf. .. Stopping at PalaUa,Astor S,. Traneis. Beresford (DeLand.and'

h The work oa the city jail Is progressIng Los Ate****. Cal.. June II.-thlJttod A Dad Scare. Landings on St. Johns River.

nleely, under tae management of State soars! service officers: have a,> Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE" '<
Posted la shim. city Henry Rumen Dxraoan. Some day you will gel a bad scare, .fJ1CK8O5VILLB
8. S. ...1oa,. II Is belag erected Jon II '
who la .wanted la .....-caa.. Ky when you feel n pain 'la yoor bowels. appoiat.d to .n. ** loUo"l Leue Sunday Tnetdayi.*'
baek of >V. J. Ilodgt's meat market. and ncand.,. 1s3 Reteraing... SANFORD .
for counterfeiting. :Dsmcaa admits and tear appeodleitte. Safety lies la \V.dnrdays Monday.. i.'
said have .. and Frida ..S 3o
+ itaula Maria Tamer r a. m. ,
"t his Identity II. 84 trial Ksat iqrwttll Dr. King's 5.w Life PiiU, a ear e"n.
kl tamed from a UU to Boaih Florida. u 4cr WAd.a.. < trial Mr for slepowei and stomach diseases 'a..Meccas SCHEDULB Iseetiawy,:'t

John Weeks FsrtOgdea Is Idling eoueteeirttfrx ta April, 144. sad the I:soeh as headache, biUoQ....., oostive i I.Nvs lm pili....... ............Jacksonville... ..... ... . ....lmft asO t
his the bone of Mr. aad M,.. araupm ............... ..,.. aGg
wife at 0.11'I,'.a officers .-. asses sear j/ DOSS, *'e. OoAraateed' al all drag. .PaIa\k.....................1Aaft $mpa
' R. A. TII,.... 1 SlOOlArriTosdn ............ . ... ...... ....&0, ..... ......... .... eso '
: Ua seatcd flu .... gUu them.
W. T, UeCleBdoa begins shippingwatermce .11..17 on t only Try t rID Gas................- . ,..8Fra.aew.................... !OO pin:;r.
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,' ship fifteen cars this week. ,for. A spleodki IQiOOam.... ....... ..... ...Ea....."............._., .._... 10m.1:10....
t' )I. J. Eddy made a bola. trip '0Stak. OE1f1tLU.PABa.AND TICKET
tortb4tlttIt.
Keep*(be OFFICE 122 W. BAY ST..JACXIlOJIVJU.I
WeeI......,. Avers P.. asaterstm .....
and smooth, and pre sera tarn rs... sgt. m .
Din Rivers& ad children of Oal.... ".G.CXAl"JEM.h: t't.esee' aa- w.ee s.r"L ee Jaa. ,,;
pllttlnc tt the cads. : c. r.J..oy KU..a....'LI 11A.Cii"4.a -..'
villa are visiting/ Ataekna.Sam rO .n r"h"; i
;; Del! and O O. Hwlaoa two of checks fslllof Sit, tad ', 8'k. ...,_
,, mn all rfsnrfmtT. 0uen1.......,. WK. P. CLTDE oo... 11
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tf.. DLAD.- I W 'M'EN'S'NEGLECT : City Buys a Theater "

New York June 15.-That munl tpalownt'rshlp
r Thursday Morning of -
theaters
I woujj: prove a
of' Several Months.! SUFFERINGTHESUREPEl1ALTYi costly! experiment is indicated by thecity's

I' rjilieweUen is no more. first venture In that line whenit

Tots* covering a period 'of Health bought the Montauk theater near Men ,
Thus Lost Is Restored by Lydia:
,*re e mouths, daring whleh he K. Plnkhnm's Vegetable Compound. Klatbnsh avenue and Fulton street. In ." ., ;i

.-.j.sulerings with a commend.patience ( Brooklyn, for an even bald million. (_
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.; the end came at 2jpur.Qtoak How many women do you know who This Is $ OOCtk1 more than the theater '
Thursday morning when hej are. perfectly well and strong? We is assessed for.on the tax books.
hear every!day the same story over and The theater Is Women _
.,,JUI ilpirEoondedby,his loved ones andwas property bought to
over again. I do
well
not feel ; I aw make for the extension
way of
s"ada.ecriased. Flat.
so tired all the time!t" .
bush avenue to the new Manhattan ,
;: born in Columbus Ga.,
&.$'' ... When lad he Bridge. Two churches and many
.1s.Jf. ,1e. i ago. a
.. other pieces of property are to be pur
t'with' his parents to Barbour chased and Children

'fcjr: .; Abu, where he grew to man- .
'k In KoTember, 1869 he was marIn -
Flood in
Big Paraguay
"' ': Eafaula.: Ala., and twenty Nea..York. June 14. The rivers Pa
weE":'jears ago moved to Florida, rana Paraguay and Sal ado '
have
Who wish to dress well should
,'h Y ,.ioop' wbleh' time he has made this'kOt.t4 flowed and are Inundating an oYe.r'I'I
bIS i home. mows region according to
a
'. .:.Mr. :Flawellen served the Confed."ers0y .r.II'II dispatch from Buenos Ayres. Santa order their goods by mail from

aa a soldier during the CivilW4rt Fe Rosarlox and other cities have suffered .\

i, and was one of the most loyal to heavily At 8a.ot'e several'
f1 ,tb eanse.Vhen a member of the busltdlngs collapsed **;t'he cattle I

!" 'Twelfth Alabama Infantry he was drowned are estimated at more than!1 B B. H H. LEVY BRO & CO

:., wounded' at the battle of Seven Pines. J3 KateMDonaTd 40,000 head. The railway in the north .
,Ar recovering: he was attached'to province of Santa Fe has suspended

ti. .the Waddell Artillery, with which traffic. The government has sent as
jt."' ,company he served daring the remain- More than likely yon speak the same sistance. SAVANNAH GEORGIA.
words yourself, and no doubt I
you
,} :dr of the war. far from well. The cause may be teel\\I
Tom Watson's Son Man-Its.
.,jjjSeveral months ago deceased was traced to some derangement of the female -!
afflicted with Brlght's disease. About I organs which manifests itself hi'' Kingston: N. Y., June 15.--'Miss Jessie M

," 'three;months ago he was compelled toy depression of spirits, reluctance to go Doremus Mllllgan daughter of Mrs.i
take to his bed after which he was' anywhere or do anything, backache, T. Scott Milllgan of Kingston and
bearing-down pains flatulency,
nerv. "SPRInO lints
\ now RtADT.
, '11 rti ''never sufficiently well to regain aotiv- ousness sleeplessness,leueorrhoea. i John Durham Watson, son of Thomas
These but K. Watson candidate for president on .
: Ity, His condition at times has been nymptoms are warningsthat i
regarded as .serious when he would there is danger ahead, and unless the People's" Party ticket last fall,
heeded a life of suffering or a serious were married here today. Owing to
rally and rapidly Improve for several operation is the Inevitable result. I
'<1 j, days, only to sink again. On Monday The never-falling remedy for all these' severe Illness, Thomas El Watson wasi Write for Our
I 't I i not present Spring Catalogue
t he was feeling anaooally well and sat symptoms is Lydia. E. Pinkham's Vegetable
' on the veranda the most of the day, Compound.Miss
Kate McDonald;of Woodbridge New Suthern Postmasters.1Vashtngton .
but In the'eyeoloK he was attacked by I N. J., writes:
,' June 15.-Presidential
a stroke of paralysis and gradually Dear Mrs.Plnkham i
+ 'Dk'otn the end came to relieve him I "I think that a woman naturally dislike to postmasters were appointed today as
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: make her troubles known to tl'* public, but follows: Georgia--CAlhonn. Emma ----- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- '- - -
;sof his sufferings. I raftered health has meant so much to me thatI I 11. Maryland-II'Rltavll1e. Geo.
.;'f .:"vt: Deceased was a member of the cannot help from telling mine for the saks Dyar.
Tlse. Tt'nncssf'e-t5prlngf\"hl' Francis -w"'hec. lc. Need of
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V'Methodiit church and the Knights of1tonor. of other suffering women. :
I "For a long time I Buttered untold agony D. Robertson. Texas--Piano, Harry I H.llarkham. .
:- His life has been one full of'charity with a uterine trouble and irrelr\llaritJN.
and goodness, and his death I I which made me a physical wreck,awl no on .
thought I would recover but Lydia K. Pinkham' -
'will be generally regretted. He is Vegetable Compound has entirelyeared Baptismal Water from Jordon.
"survived by a wife, one son. John M. me, and made me well, and .trcn<<,andI JOB PRINTING
fNIIt.my duty to tall other cufforing women McKeesport, Pa.. June 15.-Twenty.
.Flewellen.{) and two sister, Mrs. Mitch- what a splendid medicine it U." five Infants were baptized In the First
..eU of Columbus, Ga., and Miss Mattie I
I If you are ill, don't hesitate to get a Methodist Episcopal church by the pan-
Flewellen of Eafaula, Ala., all of bottle of Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable
Miles, with '"
tor, Rev. J. W. water Carder
whom were at the bedside when the' Compound at once and write to SencL ou.r: to
Mrs.Pinkham,Lynn Ma s., for special from the River Jordan. The water
end came. advice-it is free and always helpful. was furnished by W. L. MussUr, a

The funeral will be held from the _. member of the church
:Methodist church this morning at 9 ---- --- -- --- THE SUN JOB OFFICE.

o'clock', the Interment being In Krergreen 'I COMPLIMENT TO M'BEATH. ---,----.-. ___6_ ....-- ----------1

Rev. T. J. Nixon
cemetery.
Pensacola Journal Suggests His Name ... '
Friends of ----- -- - -
:IwlH conduct the services
Che family are invited. The members As Dean of New University.

Of Alaehua Lodge, Knights .of Honor, When the new State University contemplated MISS n. nORTOn

i : ,will attend In a body. by the Buckman bill Is located ,
The funeral arrangements are in and the buildings are erected, CHARLES BLUM & GO.DEALEKH y

the work will then be only half-done. ,
! charge of Robt. McClellan. The pallbearers NOTIONS
1 are W. N. Wilson, J. H. Brin- There will yet remain to be provided -- I -

'son, Truss Denby. James l>oig, L.L.. what Is by far the more Important AND Y
Uill and J. R. Emerson. Mr. Mc feature of the inatitutlon-an able and Uy Whiskies*, Wises

Clellan requests these gentlemen to adequate faculty. NOVELTIES.te
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}f. Assemble at the home of the deceased Without going into detail or without be and LIVer. ,

k .;at 8:45 o'clock this morning. making any attempt at canvas*of the rs;
i. whole Held which the selection of a te -- Nos. 517-519

& Attention. Knights of Honor. good faculty will require on the partof MRS. J. A. AMMONS o
Alachua tho" who make the appointments. BAY
it ,AU members of Lodge, STREET
: The Journal wants to take time by the t
too
,,Knights of Honor are requested qr
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( gather at the residence of our late forelock and suggest a.oo. member of -. ., .- WHISKEY: B'JACKSONVILLE

brother, J. R. Flewellen, this morning that faculty-say as Dean of the Normal WATERS C SON j0' ,
E H. (
,-at.':80o'olookrortbe purpose of at- Department-the name of Tom F. . FLORIDA. "
:Ji. tending the funeral., Services will beheld MeBeath of the East Florida' Semi

V J'i( at the Methodist church nary. PIRAOTIOALPAPER Agents for Passt Milwaukee! Bearn.

], L. J. Buaa-iriM. Dictator. Prof, McBealh is one of the most accomplished '
rt. bbl. 10 dos. dos
;I per ell per '1.25 i
,d '.\!i', T. J. SWIAXIXOBX, Acting Reporter. edneators in the whole HANGERHouse Blue Ulbboo, per bbl i,10 dos, f 21| per dos, $1.10JURI' ,
Booth and as a Floridian whose whole

tiar 1 Attention U. D. C. Interests are bound op In the State eiadftaatl" Had Naart leers f

\ The members of Kirby Smith Chap and whose knowledge of her education Paintingand Per bbl, 10 dos. 101| per dos '1. "cat
r' ter, U. D. O., are requested to meet at al desires aDd needs I la second to that Decorating. .
home of the President this morning of no other citizen of the common,
lb. We 4
w at half-past 8 o'clock for the purpose wealth be would make an Ideal bead Brew |ls.s Ceraer, UabkMvllle, FU. pay freight or expreBH charges
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c\1 : >> of attending the funeral of the of any department to which he might on tho following ,liquors: r

t ',late Mr. James R. Flewellen. be assigned. Full line of Paints sad Wall Paper
f" While the Board of Control Is locating LEWIS 1886 Awiv f Above Everything In {
)(u. J. N. STSOBHAS Pres. la stock at lowest price to the trade

I the University, let the peoPle] _.. -- '- --. the Whisky Line:
Stimulation Without Irritation take up the matter of "locating" a 4 fall n 00
;.it KRAUSS quart . . . .
MAX
t 'dI< la ease of stomach and liver trouble suitable carpe of Instructors. 12 full quarts . . . .12 76BLUM'S
stimulate The Journal start the matter b".a..tlDI
t 'the proper treatment is to BepreseatlanE.
l\\t:,, ,these organs without Irratatlng them. the able and accomplished : MONOGRAM 10 Years Old:

'!ItOrtao Laxative Fruit Syrup aids digestion Torn F. MeBeath as Dean of the Normal ; A. WElL & CO. = 4 full qUArts . . . . 4 20

f't and stimulates. liver sad bow. Department of the new Inttito 12 fall quart . . . . 12 00 ;
I
.; ] without irritating these organs like tion.-Pensaeole Journal. WHOLESALE SHOES
',,1,..' '.II or ordinary eathartiee. It does .. EARLY TIMES, Pure Sour Mash Whisky: ,
r' ,.,J*.noi nauseate or gripe sad U mild and Marriage at Willlston. Of All e< i Ieeassat; to take J. W. MeCollnm A
paay. On the afternoon of Monday, the 17thInstant 4 fuU quarto, del . . 4 00 $3fSv

at the tome of the bride' f1} full quarto . . . . 5 50
Tourist Rates Vie Atlantic father J. W. Mlxson. Arthur Masters Bole Aceats for JlO U ItCII and 8OTEB! *
Coast Line.i 12: full quarto . . . lo 75
? of Oeala and Miss Paallae Mluon were DOS qUiUTI Saoee. Every G.
i you contemplate vlsltlag summer married. The affair was a poles one.
wsrraated.J.Maaassa. .
SYLVAN GLEN
pal 1 7
irts)see ticket& ajtenta Atlantic Coast nly a few near relatives being present. : 18001BLUM'S
, and get all Information with refo . The ceremony was performed by Years Old: s

" rates, routes, schedules andiserviee. Rev. IV. Norwood. Altai 4 full quarto 8 20 ,
to of Oeala's mat. .....
Sammtr tourist rates The groom one +n -- ""'
..... The bride. 6 full quarts 4 60IS
:i' (. effect to all the principal to prominent yoong
at the eoaatry wit re. an ....ptw.. yoeeg lady who .Is full quarto 9 00 ,

I'October Ja,. Rate tare well known and has snaay friends In '
. 10 all sprinc. mount tale .'IY" where she has visited .ponnnmeroos SHERIDAN CLUB: '
>re resorts. For ate flrstrip ......... :
4 tickets are caw on sale 4 full quarto . . . . 2 75 ;

i in Hew Kaglsad territory.JkUELSCfMl eoagrtt The ten alaUona.vita other friends extends 'M I 0 full quarto . . . . 4 00

12 full quarto . . . . H oo \
If ft* Baby to Cvtttoc Tads ,
the beet
Because they are
Sa eare ... Me that aid and sr.U-. We are dealers in in the '

1' w tried remedy,Mrs.. WTnelow's ....*'.. lathe land for the money I Liquor line Wily. Gin, t 1 Ti '
.' tor ealMrea teethisyg. It
3yre. P
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i *** T( Ask, dealer' for: the Hum Wines from
tao you 'and
..ait4T ....... 14te .htla..ett sS gs -.
4.4 Vt a best c all rsar.t p...:..IsslUrraoeau... wiad ..eie' ?sad weir.) Canny Jim" Shoe and in 1JSO .to 6;00 per ,gaL ,41 ,

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w OAII., ," CONFEDERATE'REUN. ... ION.. POINTED PARAGRAPHS.
'- mam v *a nun m> m HIIUII- '

! he gum .The reunion of, the.Confederate veterans An old man doesn't HH BMM**care much% for THE JOY OF LIVING . a'',

at Louisville, X,.< 'is one of the okes.. cur isa YCXXT BXJxnuco WREN"TOU >, ,

Xntered at to Pos Office at GalBeavlUe,I'Ia.t greatest gatherings' of. Southern men What's the use of giving advice ENJOY GOOD HEAL"The

.MI. aeeocA-elaee maU natter. in years, upwards "of;60,000 being In People won't take It.
attendance 'Generaltepben D. L..e. Not many weD know If the advice

H. H. McCa11:ARX. Editor and Publteaer .commander'ln.chlet,'deUyered an able tlA-ir wins give In good or bad as- they
W W,ASHLtY:Associate: Editor. : seldom act It.
upon
Y ,. r..w..w i address* to1'them. .He spoke in part rA
Mr. as follows i' To every man: Know what puts that
JRS9E., Ef, BUBTZ; ,cur Editor.LOUI8J.BRtJWBY sad look ou" your w lfe a face Everyone
'Th welcome of.,the Kentnrklan is '
suapects that It Is you."
I :: JUenl: TrftTellnx' A cent. like himself- wholesome. Ito'er.out -
the
Every man who Is nearing end of
and free. He has a.jieart like his
''Px.'P ala days must regret the worry be bas
} JtW1T'1', Suet.:CompoelBf Room Mammoth Care., He takes r
? mighty'
given to false alarms all through life.

t, :';<> rCBiPORTEk'ILOCLors everybody l Into. it and looks around for Do not go too much into details in Liver Medicine te*'*

> .W'M k do street, 8.. T.LZPMOMZ. .434 more guests. 'We ire lost In Jour hoe. your couversatlou.; If you' touch only Popular ,
pitalityiand will never find ourselves the high places you can get ever more
WellA
': : :!.T*.DAILY fccw,publiahcd:'every rooming except .- Wffl Keep You
again until we get out of Kentucky. ground.
Monday,delivered by carrier fa the city ofnailed I
'' to any part of the United Mate,poatage "'rbe.la.fthne we came to Louisville When you Inquire of a man. "How GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by TOR 1 '
free,for|s a year $2.5 '* tlMtOI''jo' cenUfor; /|_'?1.eckrlctI1'ba. ' dry city and although this time the punae oa the 1f'), "pretty well." with, Arsenic. Calomel and Quinine. They act as rank.poieoas '
fir, advance. ]C ..">, rains have not descended or the floods Indicating that he could be a whole lot which: vitiate the blood. debffitata the system, and leave a tall ; *
."j jettcr.AtcbUou Globe. of bad symptoms which require years to obliterate. HERB ,
t. Heading notice to local fa hunn ia oenla a tine fallen in the same way, we find the $IME. is purely vegetable and contains no mineral or narcotic . ,

.?4 lot Bret inaertUm.;and t"j'centa, .(er-eacH'addltlotialsoertlon. : city is still wet In places with a certain A Pala..r'. Broken Arm. poisons. Is absolutely harmless and is the simple remedy *f i? VI"W. \
# ; ancient juice which is supposed to be A friend once entered the studio of nature. It carries oft all poison in the system and leaves. no r t:
Ratea for dlapUy'ad"ertl.l.ji made known on effects. ,,
Louisville has always ) injurious:
application.. good for veterans. Jeorsre Innens, the American landscape t
vTkeTwkVa been dear to tbe Sooth> We have painter while be was at work CURED BY HERBINE.'AFTER OTHER "

>Wetk' 'Butt stag elght-paga, forty not forgotten the ministrations of her and remarked that the picture on the REMEDIES FAILED .. ;' i
b.. fcolonia:paper, published 'every ,Monday and noble women In war times, when" they eauel seemed to him much better than '
& tburtd.ytandco.tataa'at: ) the newa o/ the Indeed angels of Nor certain former works of the artUL.Rlghtr Mr. L. A.Blcke, IftdeU, Texas .."" t *'''I WM # : !
were mercy.
wok, local, State .and tenant, and will be said InneM. "Ttls M going sick in bed for eight months with liver trouble, the ,
? nailed tree, to part of the United have we forgotten the dreadful days told , '
} ;pottage any to be ooo of beat things and tbe doctor seemed to do me no good. I was to try ,
,.Slate or Canada,for>io a year-ln advance.: when yellow fever stalked abroad inour reason is that ruT I hare bad the good luck Her bine, and It cured me in a short time. I cannot f ;'' 1
ti land. The gates of this fearless recommend this wonderful medicine too highly." !
/ AH advertlalng.blUa become due after and merciful city were never shut to TAKE IT' NOW .
r a4verti..m.at, unless otherwbe paint with JOy left band. You see w
r' stipulated in _Iract.' Parties not known to u. the cries of distress. The Goo Samaritans he added showing his right band in a LARGE BOTTLE. 50c GET THE GENUINE ; .. .
adanus. ,, were not eontent until a hospital ling, "this band bad become so darned

Flo.Iff was built to shelter the strickenones clever that I could not catch up with Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
CAINKSVIU.B who fled to her doors from the It, and It 'p lnted away without Inc i
.
c scourge'of' thepestllei.ee. We rejoice while this ho nl"- "bowing the left, ST. LOUIS U. S. A. "

+' Russia now begins to see that it's In he welcome you now give us; but with wbk-b be held bin brush-"Is awkward .. i

one of two things i Peace or piece, we glory In, the welcome which you and can do nothing without me." :l' :

gave unto the least of these your breth BOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
eyn.dleate a New York ..0....H InV '. '
The
: subway ren. :M. JOaN"SON': :: Gai.n.es-vLJ..1e.
aT When the,-'rt'llcll beat the Forma : ,
expects to have $100.000.000'c.plt.l, soU "Kentucky It a name to charm with.It ,sans along the timst In 1681 the latter -
can buy np the aldermen and leg!*' Is a good land for horses amt better .
retired to the interior. When the .
.
O/00 60 Vo'' ...,' ''''
lators and still hare capital left to do '' ''
-- for men and .best for women. A Kentucky French punned them they found a i

'badness on.Washer'oondlttms. woman simply exhausts the sub queer line of defense, beyond which .: .

ject. After you have seen her you they could make no progress and in I

+ & throoghont the wonder why there are any others. The storming which many died. The For- .llf f You Are Insured. T1) !
;t cotton belt,sre reported generally favorable only women who ever surpassed Kentucky raonan bad i Ilob.onPtl the springs, water i

althoogh! a considerable! portion : women were their mothers-the counns, etc., HH. they retreated, and I

y continues grassy. The boll weevil Immortal "om..n ot the Confederacy, the campaign of the French against .. !
r Is quite active! In Terri them never got farther than the poison In a Company that is Responsible, Hare a Policy Correctly. :
The career' of the Kentucky troops.In line. The poison was a native one, as p. U'rittrn With Liberality: of Policy Contract and the Company \. .
pteglan the Confederate army Is one of the deadly os arsenic or strychnine. Pays Losses Promptly .,"
The unanimous of the finest things In the history of our race.Not .

people for Gainesville ought to give only disowned by the nation but. ........ Ie.. :

the State Board of Education no exiled from their State. with nothingto Miss Nellie Gaunt-At tbe zoo I liked C You Are Assured ))

trouble In locating the University, lure them on but the high claim of the monkey house best Mrn. Ellle
Gainesville Is the logical place for It. Gannt-I>ont uoakey bOll....." ,' t
.
principles for which their fathers had say That no serious lose can overcome you without you hare some
-Levy Times-Demoerat.'ti fought before them ; with everything child: It sounds so common. Please 1_ retoce. 0
call It the .Rllll1fJ'-Clevell1bd leader.
already lost that men count precious J
Ddbe Pennsylvania and Lake and a.forlorn and swiftly falling hope i c

Shore railroads have began a war on i before them, they battled to the end Fire Life Accident and Health tarance. '

time In the run between New York and with a stubborn courage that never iEAOACHE'"My l

Chicago. The Lake Shore route run I knew defeat. We were fighting for our
None but reliable Companies, Represented. '
from UotTalo to Chicago at a 14-hour .
;e homes and flresldM { but these Ken- I r
I. ,
for the whole distance, fataar tad.ben a taVnae trout tick...a.... '
gait tocklans were fighting for us, because) toe,... I..,lw..lf.fiT.y.an and n...r ,..... ..., ar
they loved our cause better than their ..1I.f smut aa b....*akla.. rev Caea>.*.. 8ln.' ) r
Daily ..bas bucaa ....,.. OU.....s a. ... r.. ... A. M. c u s E IVL.A.4
The wee ten years own lives." *... .......b.. Tile, .have aailralr ..... bl_ ,
0.. ...M *o what t*.oma .a4 tbs 10 do. Iwill 1
old Wednesday, Juno 14th the anniversary interrupted fOCI
on The speaker was repeatedly at... you the .rlTlla.>. af ..... bl.. ....."< Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE FLORIDA (,
of Old Glory. The Star Is with cheers and the "rebel ....D1.1...,lilt R 15*..,...,W.ladlaaapaU,la*. II'

one of Florida's leading dally papers, yell" ,
y' and The Sun wishes'Brother! lUttlnger u -- - **.- Dent For I "" saevvowa oIj.'t
the Downs
v many more years of prosperity. "How pity the woman who goes .'
.-. -- PARTIAL PRICE LIS TOP ,5'
through this life and no onn to call her

The West Florida Fair to he held at mother." Th. foregoing has been goIng -

a DeFunlak Springs next" fall will offer the rounds of the .press of the CAwov taitvdrtts Whiskies Wines Beer and'MilL ", b

$ 2.CXiO In premiums. Tb. object Is to titaU, In some Instances credited to I II ,

hold a first-clans agricultural) fair, and "Ex.," and In nearly every other .paper .j
I EXPRESS!' PREPAID.
not a hoochee kooohee fake that will it appears as original. How prouddo Bulk Hoods-Jugs Fre -Not Prepaid. 'Ii
** ..,.PrJ..I.! .*...... lMa Oral "
make you ashamed you ever attended. you fallows think a selfrespectingwoman k ... ., WMII Wa a UrW M.. e.,l Mesa, FuU Qu Ueaaare. 4 Qua. Qua, IJQt* 'I.W! Per Gallon: -!r\\i.4: i
.. "We ia"aJla, 'I'll. r...l.* _t.. f t.wp. Kantles, Club Rye .......It aNeUon *4 00 17 00 Rye Ola. Cora Wood grade ,;,t..
----. --- would feel to have a lot of pilferers ..-..... N....ae.jrwteM -., -.h.st.Hl.g : Countr R>..... ... S W 4 1& 7 50 line i>r0auontRye r"
'
The Tampa Herald Is very observing 'call her "mother" Of coursethere 'a._., c..Cu.....14.1. 1d MoaotrramRreV... S SORoelalDroi ear Gin. Corn um. Fine" Quality. 1-; i ,
taco :
and In a recent issue called attentionto Is no one to prosecute the case ABUILSALE. TEfl i HftlLiBB POXES Hun"1"4s"Rre.... 175 & 00 BOOM Rye Gin Corn. Rum.Per DaUon Ueat foe: the_eJ'. t"e e
*..........,.. t M 5 Mk It 00 afro rerUaaon: 'ij ,
the numerous editorial minds about cr every "mother's" SOD might be sent 110'." Rye Pelo cb Apple &,,114,. Kenow. :
I Malt WaUaey. ............ 3 74 00 !.oM., .
1 the State running; In the same channel. up lou"'aUol then wouldn't she be Peach Brandy........... I nHoUaadaia I 00 M 7 awl ...v.M .

't W. have noticed! the same thing of delighted to have such a bunch call her FLEFSHONEYuiTAR Ape Dr.,:,.. . ....... .71 S 00 M Vletoria Rye boclal 00 Per Drops Oat on Rye.: Medk,>!na; '
i yt late, In regard to the location of the "mother" There are hundreds of women .......... ... ISO 4 SS 7SIM noalltr. 'vLEMP :
........ ....,
0..a Gt. ',1 71 t 00 ST. LOUIS B!:cB. .
their who Per t70a
all nofaultof own '
University Gaines through .
nearly favoring .. ..
Monk CatottaaCora t MMoaataJa 4 00t TOO ....-.-. .. ,.. .. . .. .. v
........ .. Fa! Ileer . .........JIM, {
ville. _. have no on. to ecU them "mother. Corn, . ....... .. .S 7ftJanaleaRvm M 4 00 sb rte SM tats Pete .. .. ..-.........,,.'.......,.. I oo; "t
.. -- ._- They feel aa bad about It as the fellows .......... Re..1...... S Tt SOS s to \ ...VVi-.s . ..... . t DO ';:",
....... ... : .: .::....:... :..:... ". 'l'Ji
If Russia could have such a navy as who continue to clip the"Item and publish Drape ktae.t Urawlr ke.,' Bourbon a an nit 5 ooOood COa s B Mto fooltrgSr.Im. ..... .. . .. ............ I .. .Yt.\
t ; 1. Ale.jNata. .............. ....... I .
< baa been doing service In the vicinity It. So If you have any respect for -'- ADowe4oa All of tame :;:PI1c"b Stoat pl.ts.. ...... ........,......a a- ..n
of Baltimore, Fort Monroe and otter th. female sex who are unfortunate, Tto. trigtoa) Prow the bbL oa a UeaUoa.. : ;\JtltlIU8

palate the past few days she would be don't publish the Item about "mother"more ,

In lock Several warships have been .taan.bUnalally. It will do very LAXATIVE ctBgh rtasdy. n. ..D.1.11 liT. HANNE BROS. ""ffl?"*. .; '

oak three times (constructively), and well at the close of tee session of the The gonvhn. ) .,

It looks M though the land forces Legiaiatur., when the members are rOtXT9 BONftY.suid TAX ..tsj ,... M. 0.&.... PrenidentQso. H. E. TiYLoa Cashier ; J I',

would ..Ia.Th.'JaoboDm.. thinking of bom and "mother.;* % Ys>u._ pekatsv B (u*.et .'-1..... W. llTt>B. vte.-PreeWeu' Las OKABAM Aast., Cashier

)' ...sjrejsl ewily toy
i Metropolis very opportunely Oyama would another round out Lley m o.weft C"......

7* sQCgeeta that it Is none too of Llnevlteh before p..aoe''Is declared C.. THE FIRST NATIONAL'BABKi
Fer tale by J. IT. BcOUissa< *
early to begin the crusade against thetoy
IEtt 11. thinks b* has the old man In chan
pistol, .bl..1I1. be her In a short .
time and have mach lo do in helping ,cery. '110 uI.am OF Q.A.IrTEsvuIE. \ ,
aieY w..Ls .
loan the ease of lockjaw that may Pr AVB or OHIO, Cm or Toiaoo, ) ...1Y..........._....s..r.i '"

r"Gla from tk.lruse. LCCAS CorirrT. | I. wbwl.1Mrs.ra... w.,.ILIt........ wb...... THE ONLY NATIONAL BANK IN ALAOHUA. CO'
Prank J. Cheney makes oath that b* p..a ........, eed..t_...... ,.
"' a. ca
The farmers ad truckers this ". Is sealer. partner of the firm of F. J. w... J pi $ 00 a,
.. ....... ........
tloa who hae done their work In asysiematto C ....*, a ()a., doing,busiaee* I..the ....... '" Surplus and Undivided
4 afor- 'it M_............... Profits. . 30,00000
manner, shipped fleet- laaevegvtablea sit, ot Toledo, eooniy and Slat : ..s M ..sewstna ..
std thateaid lima will the D. e al>Mht.ty a eaahfaf" '''....tta .
then In told pay W-.u.a. .
and pot up alee w heat . ..... a.a.ts '
.
w reee.ea.s rkr.as. ....
.Ceo_.....,___ ..
ix peekttg.s, have mad money this .*aeoa. sum of QMS HUNDRED DOLLARSfor q s..ma ...-as AUI-...-en,.....s4.1Menetaa........ .

3 The tracker that sends out a ****, and every *..*catarrh that U.C. TATLOa.Oaa&tor..

t i paokage that don't have to be opened cannot b* ..r* C.tarrh 0. .., rKANkt OHKSET8w ,
s' M find oat the quality, will generallydo *
well. ..r* ." t....fore n* tad aubMrlb4 '

I. c1'...*-.*,.. taU 6tfc day of D.. >ftU.LftAD B. F. JORDAN

The next thing (o oaeopy Ue minds sabr, A. l>. 1168.MALI. w .a.i I"IHII ,
of the men of flofca** ta Ui* anwiat of ( A.W.L1U.80f. Jrwir l .W., +s. lass, l,

that will be repaired to move HOT ABT Ibaua MMi dw tgiwtt THB9L1I8T7XJJT
&oey }
Hall's Oatawlh On* to taken tatvally .
the Weetera ei-op Called BUtesTrvasorer and seta tfJ **Jf cm the blood sus sera afresh etska sea.etas Ii an 11.1.. INSURANCE

'r Reberu tKtak It will retUXUXXUXXX aM mesoss *srAMSt .. the gttAa.V. .....
Qcly. It ukee aboal laatttosat 8M4_ ""' '
o.a-.y. co..Toledo 0.... '
venp yn.r sad (I wilt .44
BoW ....... 'Tk.'I > CASNOW
.' UfOOOG00 111v. le.Tta tMi.a :e It ........ Ja .fM....u. p + mj
at .,' '.. rrt t ,BLOCK
i.bef Oil \ aAtnESy tt ; '
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DAILY SUN: GAINESVILLE, .FLORIDA, JUNE 1C, 1905ER "J' 5.. ' r



1 FILESPORTANT FOUR ARRESTED- FOR MURDER. CURIOUS WAGERS. J THE RACCOON.In .
yN
}, e'1
;c
Negro Confesses
and
Implicates Three freak Rein Von' ad Loit fcr the the spring Le sturtes.He "
.
White Men. c..r'.e IIr".. ,,
PAPERS
hibernates winter t
Forest City Ark. 'June 16.-Four In the year 1787 a farmer laid n wager 1 '
the and fall hefeasts.
During summer
men have been arrested, charged with that he would eat two dozen )penny .
t. ' ''Case.bf the murder of Walter Gray a storekeeper mutton pies and drink a gallon 'of I
,
Espanola.Liimber Company Ills cent N lunch nought for varlounpurpt
on the St. Francis river who nle In halt nn hour n feat vM.-b ho I .

,.Bahkruptcy Case. last Tuesday night was killed In his e 'l1y performed well within the" ;>IH> bed and his body sunk I in the river. l tiled limit. In about half au hour uft- lu captivity lie U must engaging and +

r rwar\l lie devoured, a thn< l l wf I 01'1'1'11110:. 4P
1 'IN 'FAVppt OF T'HE CREDITORS Gus Benton clerk In the? Gray store; eporiu.r P
The I 1':1
l'lltlralt"t raccoon only
and a pound of cheese" slid then : game
Berry
Minor, and Robert
:Martin white.
f I\tulI'k-1 111 tlw nut t nina.lie .
I and 'a ed A leg wf iiork. A few ) '' '
,Against, a ''Mortgage Held in Trust by .' the negro named John Davis are when the prince regent" was 11I1\\'l\lu;, eau nlwnylilp n t10;'; of lilx own j j

H. F. Dutton & Co. for the Knickers The prisoners charged with the crime. Bright with his vagaries the n..torl-I size mid wt'luht.Though I ( '
three white
'. :' men assert their In ous fir:: John Lade made his! tt'l*> ,::: called carnivorous"', lie tin* n ,
... Locker. Trust Company-Interesting nocence but Davis the negro,baa confessed wager that lie would carry Lord {'hul.utoudel.y weakness for I'onnuta.' |

.,ihev,.; j'J' Case Full of Complications. to his part In the murder and ou bill back twice around the Though, the sly lit n very large ,at, > tw

a'"r. '1 M,: yLtsorney! W. H. Palmer referee in and Implicates the other alleged par h'hls Sir John wag short and i he U allied to the Iwnr. 1:

'! Y.. 'L.1ba'2lItrDptcl ticipants. Davis asserts that he stood bl:4: f>i>)H>netit tall much ourloslty was In eating corn ho bends. It down, tenr- N
";, : i has prepared for filing watch outside while the others entered aroused and .... l1..t.! ;
many *)" tutor, liuhidla.llea I lug ")n'ii the hunks u, the lion. i
".t i'\, +Ith the United States Court Sooth.rn .
..y' the store killed Gray and later placed lult came out to J IH>, but wore Tli Mr trt top tondency 1Itht' ol'
J .
: : < : District of Florida the following the body In a skiff and rowed out Into nil Italkfj of the III t>*vtalt> by the I served In tho r.o >'s fiuuons" lioti y lo I r0p'tk'
_
:f. l'paper 'Ins the matter of the Espanola the river. Davis says that be was given knight; (1tHliuliii| to bear the notel.'uutn CUMt. j r

al Lumber Company of Prairie Creek, $1 to stand guard. It la believed except In the minimum of olothlug! declaring - lIt' ooiuos from the woods to rob the +Ne

bankrupt: that Gray had $600 In the store at the that there vraa nothing In the corntlt'ld, de
.' "On July 6, 190 I. the Espanola LomI. time of the murder. oondltlom calling upon him to carry lie *at*.-rhllHdelpliIn Itccord.t'Mliidillr I !,

'" ber Company was doll adjudged a extra Wt lght. Of quite another kind! Krrovene
Engine.
> .bankrupt and an order of referee was NEGRO ASSAILANT. says the Queen was tli, wagwtng by .trued

1. made therein gentleman that be would stand all An KnielMi: \ paper tells the. followlnnpattieilo Absolutely the safest and most coos
day London bridge with a trayful noiuicnl irjwir now" on Ihl' mtirkit.. All i
"In ooier upon story of n governi':: ** Lao tenet
t : pursuance of this a meeting Supposed to Have Attacked White Wo- vise 1 M lior
*- } to Write
of sovereigns, but be now seen latter tin! >8, l hot who IH-OIIHIO 1\11 1-
'' of the creditors was called and .
;
man Near Savannah.
? to set them at a a ('('
I' penny "UU1'1 W t..' 'W.'', Perry M. Colson was chosen trustee. Savannah Ga., June 16.-iA posse like Sir John Lade, be won UU slir kept h\llll'r:: with dltllouUyfrom Thi engine: i i. not it "J.ick. at alt '

.&' ' That under such appointment ho proI' with track hounds Is In pursuit of a Fancy dress balls are tlll a favorite her iL'or. Some= iH-nevo'ent person I trades" with (|"im"ii>. or l>nuerl" and ;

: :: ceeded to sell the assets of the bank negro in Plpemaker's swamp several amusement! with people, and hwrlnff of her mid plight iiud sundry triKvrn lit krri| you "pusslcd,"

I'\ ).Z; :rupt. That on- the petition of creditors miles from the city. quaint full ctfrlotia design arc IIIUUY\\ knowing her prldo, forwartletl, her hnlf bill work It. and IS a no"Cracker iniinU' .Uck". Sold in tender do your fullfriinranti

: : tt\ '' .the referee ordered that the assets The negro is wanted, for what Is believed seen at ailed assemblies, hut here n wovorrlcn. withholdlni"' guy name. I >e or your money l>",,". 8lmpliuily -
- !" ,be sold free and clear of any and all to have been a criminal assault thero IK nothing new for, to quote but I After tin death of tho Igor' liuly. not thl it,..If. l

'Il ;, liens, and that funds be deposited in committed upon a white womanin ono 1 iiiHtunce: In 180 t a curious wager very lonit Afterward when her desk I GEO.
t I{ibe registry of the court subject to any'priority. the city. wan laid between two gentlemen aa to was Keurcluil by a friend ,hero, tent I W MOVERS
who should! assume the must singular found n neat litth" white paper packet Hahlt'll"Il1t', Florida
Mrs. Edward M. Keenan who resides
f' character. Tlw winner parallel with containing tlit half "oer<>lKn nut uach I ied. __ e
: The sold at on the outskirts of the -
was public
property city was confronted
; his coat and waistcoat decoratctl with .lerus' + tilt paper w a'4 written In I' I
..i :', auction on August 26th, 1904. and at an .early hour at night bya 'row, "
0,, bank notes of different value, t..mnlIt1C< hue' u4: 'Fe'a olillllnpi sent
<. ,:11} brought 9400., negro. lie seized her baby and of five! guinea note and a netted purseof anonymously I Miwt lnd nt>nt." V.

""00 November 19th. 1904, the Knick. threw it upon the floor. When her gold adorned<< hU bat, while on his I Daytona

.. erbooker Trust Company of New York husband arrived some time later he hat npi)cared H piece of paper with the .Foil- ..( '...nat>. "".

.I"J'I Tiled :a, petition showing among other found his wife unconscious and she word: "John null." The loner would The CfU'.oirtrlun lee n man woo teas 1 I: yl)

things that. on March 21st 1904, the baa not recovered sufficiently at a l late certainly appear to' hnvo been moms mistaken quantity: for inmllt.v. Tlie

Espanola Lamber Company executed hour to tell what occurred. original still for be appeared dronnedlike ccntcnarlau'M life U not nhxujn life at

The chase of the/ negro was at once ) a woman on one Hide, one half of oil. It U Bowetluie 1 no more tliuu n Beach
forty bonds of $1,000 each and on the : :
organized: his, trace being painted and the other bad Uablt. They llvo lontei" who live I
same day executed a deed of trust, or
:' ..
'It half blackened<< to resemble that of a h'ut.-Jolandon Tftth'r.1 ....,-- -- I;
first mortgage, on the entire property I
negro. Ou one leg he wore u silk stocking
.
l' ,- of said to the Knickerbocker Greek Premier Assassinated. .... .. t
company and a slipper and on the other half Oar i .i; Trust Company as trustee, thereby scouring Athens June 15.Theodore P. Del- a pair of linen breeches, n boot and .Ta," ".IdIlUle Willie, who had boeu The nnnin ;

1 ; : payment of principal and Interest yannls the popular premier of Greece spur while he was also adorned with Heading a treatise on phrenology, "what

r: of said bonds, and that said bonds was stabbed and mortally woundedby bait a long tailed linen 'Out.-I.ondon in a buuip of dfMrurtlvenesnf"

JI' 'i'''. yi and. deed of trust or first mortgage a professional gambler named Gher- Stnnda ___ "h\\'h-f.'r-' railroad collision I auppnno \\'III arrontniodato parties for lighthousekeeping

':.,, ':were by request of petitioner turned lakaris at the main entrance of the / -I'llllftdcllihln i.trlger." or board wllli room ;f

over to the firm of H. F. Dutton A Co.. chamber of deputies. The premier Will Cure Consumption.A. For rate apply to ;, '
". From the f..r.r....
f.< Gainesville, and In said petition petitioner died within three hours. The assassin A. Herren Finch Ark., writes:: Jndge.Italse your .1\110.1 to take the C. A. KENNKY. Ooodall Fin. lm
19: that Perry M. Colton, who was immediately arrested said he "Foley's Honey and Tar I I. the best
prays oath. The witness tli
( put up left!
.. . .. . .
1./ ,trustee, be ordered to show cause why committed the deed In revenge for the preparation for cough, cold and lung fill to). Judge-Not that (lilt'. Wltnenslilch - "- .w

.f!! '". the sum of $8,860 66 of tlie said proceeds stringent measures taken by Premier trouble. I know that. It hat cured consumption \\ one Lustlgo Blatter. The Florida'

, ; of the"vale of the bankrupt estate Delyannls against the gambling houses in the first stag**." You j I

I should not be' paid petitioner aa trustee all of which recently were closed. The never heard of anyone using Foley's Cures Old Sores. Frultand Truck GrowerI.
premier arrived at the entrance of the and Tar and Writ) sati.fled. I
l I under said mortgage or deed of Honey being Wrttmorvland, Kan., May fi, 1902.
troit. chamber In a carriage; Gherakaris J, W. M&Collum! A Co liallnrd Know Liniment Co Your
approached saluted the premier and t J. UKUXIIY Editor and Prop'r, ;,
"That in obedience thereto said
i Snow" Liniment cured an old sure on
opened the carriage door. The t.eooiptl.oe.ors.'Vlfklns1: 1 OCALA ri.A,
trustee was duly) summoned to appear premier \ the lido of my chin that. Will supposed'
believe flint dug of mile
was ID the act of thanking Ghera
and show cause why such fund should karis for his courtesy when the .' known a* much u,, I do. IlirUIn\ -Ilnli! to bfl a cancr. The ore wa stubborn Use Year . . ..... ...... . . .ill.00 "
t not be paid in said petition prayed. gambler I've Keen smarter dug than that'hl.cage' and would' not yield tn treatment. until
plunged Mingle .. . 10
a long dagger Into M. I
"Whereupon on the 8d day of April, N>ws.AgreesMe. I tried Snow Liniment, which did 1kh
I
1906 the said trustee filed his answer Delayannls' abdomen. Inflicting a. the work In short order, My sUt..r,
frightful wound. I )Mr" tdophia: J. Carson Alln vlll.,
+ In which among other things be denied > advice Is seldom u..fullid.
burin Co.. 1'. ha. sore and nil.
a
"+' that the lien of said mortgage, or vice.-Msstrfllou. i I! (Filets that ft. U M cenesr. I'laa.e. send A handsomely Illustrated magazine

deed of trust attaches to the funds derived Advises Miners to Stand Firm. -- ._. '- .-- -- . I her a fXJo tottl Hold! hy W. M. John devoted, fruit ftspcdially and vegetable to the Intrrxttsofthe of

a from the sale of the assets of the Birmingham Ala., June .-Vice ; SCIENCE, PREVENT. BALDNESS. 1 i Inn Florida. growers y
.
2 bankrupt, bat on the contrary alleges President J' L. Lewis, of the National IHiH HHH M HR MM MM MMHIMH H i MiBH H iMMMHM
'that the execution said bonds United Mine Workers A special trial sul) rlrtlon of six '
and of
America Tae Futal O.rm ado Ifn llcMrdy New ; (UISf:' \"III.f.'S: FAVOIUTEItKSOICT. months will I b* sent on rweeipt of 30nts.
mortgage was a preferential transfer whose home is In Pitts burg addressedthe I Faeer HftfmffiIt I ... Stamps taken.
i the Issue of this convention of District 20. which Is
opon joined on to- : to the rmrrct thing In the wond fur ; ... . ... ....
wit, the 22d day of May 1900. after In session In this city Mr. Lewis urged a man to be n.cc.."rlly bald. No inns'I .r. --

't hearing the evidence and argument of the miners to stand firm In the strike i who** hair I. not dead at the root. n-J I THE SUN '

counsel for and.against the petition which has been In effect In this district b4t bald tf h. will u... Kswtiro's lUrpI I' I
Alachua Pool)
eWe the new scalp antlaepue. llerptcld Parlors
r" was ordered that the petition be dig for nearly a year and promised :
"
destroys the germ that cot the halt JOB PRINTING
c mined." them the continued substantial support
oft at the root an) cleans the scalp of
Under th*-ruling of Refers Palmer of the national orp 1zaUoa. Minor dandruff and !I..vu It In a p rf.ctly ('. liar'., l'rprletr. .
that officers were elected by the con healthy condition. Mr. Manntt In the
In the premises It will be Men all DEPARTMENT r;
1 vention. Maryland Block: llutlo Mont.. w.. ntlrly -
creditors ar protected against the bald. In !t.... (hail'a month llerpl.* -
t mortgage held by the Knickerbocker eM had removed the *nml of hair

Trust Company. Should th* decision Oregon Senator to Face Jury. growth and nature dJd It* work by coy.ring Makes & Specialty of All Kinds '
i hi. hd with thick ball an Inch
of th. refer be reversed, however, Portland', Ore.. June U.-'l'be first I lone, and In 01.! w..ka |i* had a normal Located In the Porter Block, sootaId

*' the finding will be In favor of th. skirmish before federal Judge John D. suit of hair Bold by leading dnivftot 11 I10&'*. Three tI.kJ.abl..*. of Plain and Fancy
Y mortgage, which Is held by H. F. Dot- Haven In the trial of United States Bend We. tn .t mp Co.. iMtrotu I'Jdl .erviee. The pubil U cordially Invited
k Ion A Co. Senator John H. Mitchell charged
J. H. Ito4lfrd A C*.. KfHtaJ Arats and always ..1...*.
with his )
Tb. history of this ess la aa Interesting using public offlc for private

l r as th* affair appear to be com gain went against the distinguished ____ ." h '_.'_ ' .____-._ ____._..___. __ ___._ CommercialJob t

plicated. The plant of the Espanola defendant today when Judge D. Haven

Lumber Company which to one of the gave his decision on the... arguments

S most modern la this section I* located presented to the demurrer of the d.i LIBRARY VOTING COUPON.This .

y atPrairi Creek, near Rocb *. Th fendaat'a counsel to the Indictment. Printing

origin plant, which was owned by Th. demurrer was overruled. Nest I coupon a lit Us the holder to two vote that can tie east t
'. L. KelUy it Bon, was destroyed by Tuesday was Nt as the day for the ,
any Institution competing for the beautiful library, when properly .For.
i trial of aenator Mitchell. . .
,j lira Tb same was rebuilt by Dr. flllrd out, signed and returned to the ballot boie In either the above "
4}' ;Kftllcy. who afterward eoaaolldatcd stores. *

II.'i, with J. B. eDoaald. Tb property Beat Cpixe; :Tw Dr waved. II ,. Business Men <<
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,vatoally passed into tbs baada of Great rails. Moat.. J_. 11.-110'111" ,.... *f ls. lt.tU...*.. .,..d.;. . . . . . . .0. . ,
p the. Espaaola Lumber Company abort four ion sad a worn*. were trjriac toe \'" dal
.
.t;)y aftr, 'which th. eompaay: was d*> cross the. Missouri river at Judith oa Naae of .torr ..''.... ".., . ,. . . . , . ; . . . . . Professional Men
: ;lard a bankrupt. .At....* baakroptaal the terry the" boat oa.sta4 sad two THE DAILY MU7.Gstab1l.b.t ,

th* property wa*' porehassd by of ttto .*. wr drowned. Tb. I4a .

J>r. K. .. Grill of Palatka. sad la yet till of the men bit..... has not ftadtnated Manufactories Etc

': 'o.'" aad operated by him. ....t., th* a4 u..4r todto* a**. net ._.. .. _ .. ___ ._ ... _.__. _ __. __ ._ _.. .. ._-.J ,
of Dr. KU : bees *...*.. Was th* fsrryfcoatH
:;lmisar.stat. ,.. ** ] 1070
1 Blanks on Short Notice. ,}
Y4 wet fct4 ta* body of CfcarU Murray Legal +1.;

A Ti *oaa td 0.....* Worth of OoodIaav waowm* 4rowad abet two -

;-er'- bees ....... with kidsey ...... ap wm fcmad oaagM ta tkewbset :I-H.: aFD-crTTO 00. TB* following UtUf from oaof War

bJaddr troabto for yvara.pa&Jagor nail order ....IOaM.. to s lfxplaaa 833i!

atoo* wttfc. '*sar* iaiiac r very :
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flays a TB s
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-s..tor.B.ifale.0. "1 E.n....* hot walker to a great. tax :B A ::NJ< ERB.e (leis' *.vlll e. Fla. .

JM tttf from.nifcdtrtr aq I b*. la* digest!*. power of babU Bsr Mr tt.*.lvd ta* aftetia* -itr
tdtia.lrolry'a ZM..y can i ties pott ntatur la die HM. and will ,*, Uatt A.
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(fj i ."" '?,fr THE DAILY SUN.: GAINESVILLE: FLORIDA, JUNE 16* 1905

J
: : NEWS FROM.JAL( SPECIAL; RATE TO BUFFALO. I Southern Adopts Block System. )I I-

Lln- Atlanta, June 14.-All arrangements .
Via Seaboard Atr Account Session
have now been completed for the establishment i
PARTS OF FLORIDA of B. P. O, E.
of a complete and continuous r
The Seaboard Air Line .Railway has block; signal system of the very + Yi 3

been designated by the Florida Elks' latest type 'on the Southern railway's' int! MI mn JOUOnAL
Brief Happenings From Various Association as their official route from main line from Atlanta to Washington

Sections of State. Florida to the Grand Lodge Session at D. C., ,the operation of theme

Buffalo. It Is 'be'de.lr. td operate a signals to go Into effect one mlnfete
Florida: Elks'' special train to leave after noon Den Sunday Jane 18. Fora THE NATIONAL FINANCIAL

t v.: THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS Tampa at ft p. tn,July 8th, and Jacksonville long time the Southern railway baa

at 0 a. m..July 9th:' The train been hard at work .constructing this DAILY NEWSPAPER. . .

;: Transpiring. ., In "Tho Land of Flowora.. to consist of dining, baggage car and complete service of block signals for I '
'
)Things lolled, Down" to Suit the drawing; room Pullman sleepers the main line and in the Atlanta railroad

;JJ ,. Busy.Reader-Itoms of Interest to through;: to Buffalo without change. 'world this new departure has Reveats"the News and Facts governing

All .CI...... The roots of' travel will be via Seaboard : generally been acknowledged to be the Values.
f' to' Richmond, paaslng through< most important chapter in southern of Market
.Orlando wIll organize a lode of- Savannah, 'Columbia, Camden and I transportation for a very long u... Studies underlying causes
.
'Beavers In that city. Ralegh( R..F. & P. to Washington, These block signal! houses are located Movements. .

.Tho: Odd Fellows of Jacksonville will and Pena''E. R. Washington to Buffalo every, tea miles while every'. freight Reviews, analyzes and criticises Railroad '

observe Sunday, Jons 18ihraa ''Memorial ., Only seventy-five passengers are yard or'crossing'Is also equipped with and Industrial reports.
Day. required to secure this special train the establishment of special blockhouses -
Has tables of Earnings of ,J
complete
"
Or1&D40' service. :
James A, Beat one of .
______ J ._,
t most honored oltlsons, died on $stur.t' > Bound-trip rates to Buffalo and return Properties.
I day evening. from Gainesville $34.95. Mount Pelee Again Active. Quotes active and inactive Stocks and
Passengers from Miami and Key Fort de France. Island of Martinique :
Editor BUtlnger baa returned home Bonds. "
West will Jacksonville June 14.--I'or the put few days Mount
re-purchase
'j o'', from his trip to the National Editorial Through Pullman sleepers for Buffalo Pelee has manifested Activity, and Records the last sale of Bonds and the

Association meetlag.r ,will po.IU..ellea.. Tampa at 8 while'stronger than that of the monthof yield on Investments at the price.
Miami will have of the ; doe not
a band, with..Prof. m.Jal 8th and Jacksonville 9 April present year
a.
p. ,
.
K'', A. Kaufman .. leader, who Is an experleneed :- m., July 9th for the Elks and their seem to be of an alarming nature. Answers, without charge, inquiries con-
1r band leader. Borne dense clouds of smoke have been Investments.
Pullman cerning
friends. Secure your sleeping ;
discharged from the volcano, aid hare
. t The Oeala Banner that tramp.
says ,
car now
space slowly fallen over the White river' One whe dally ccusnlta TilE WALL STREET
t have ahonned that, city since the dis Tickets on sale at rates named for
i valley, after disappearing at the aesv JOURNAL .Is bettor qualified to Invest money
\' covert'of the soap trees. all trains July SIb, 9th and 10th, but Investment '
coast safely and profitably, and to advise about
I The lumber mill of Edge A Taylor, In order to reach Buffalo for the open- ------ than one who dOM not. ,

; near Maseotte, Is now turning out lag session ask: for sleeping car reservation Dying of Famine

flrat-dais building material. on the Florida Elks' Special.A .- Is, In Its torments, like dIngof con
day in Washington sightseeingand sumption. The of PUBLISHED DAILY BY-
The ease of Bomford, who shot Oapt. progress consumption

Carter at Tampa, will come op at the I visiting&. the government buildings from the beginning to the very DOW JONES & CO. ,
next: term of the criminal court.. has been arranged. end, Is a long torture, both to victim ,
Stop-oversot ten days, within final and friends. "When I had consumption 44 Broad Street New York.
The city offices at Jacksonville were
funeral limit on extended tickets has been in its first stage" writes Wm. Me" ,- THE OLDEST NEWS'" AHENCY OF WALL STREET. a' .
closed during the of the wife
i'" of Judge Dslalynskl! order of Mayor arranged on the return trip at Philadelphia of Gearfoss, Md... "after trying different $12 a Year, $1 a Month.
Baltimore and Washington.A ; medicines and a good doctor, in
Nolan trip to New York can be taken inconveniently vain, I at last took Dr. King's New Discovery INVESTORS READ THE WALL STREET JOURNALFaySholes

The new charter of Jacksonville on side-trip rates of $4. which quickly and perfectly -

t promises a lively time to those who Philadelphia tp New York and return, cured me." Prompt relief and sure

+ d, would change the present police good six days cure for coughs, colds sore throat, .

.,.tem. The Florida delegation will be personally -' bronchitis etc. Positively prevents

A. F, Crutch fie Id of Tampa, an em conductedby) James F. Taylor, pneumonia. Guaranteed! at all drug ,

; plo,. of the New' York Photo Company traveling passenger agent of the Seaboard stores. Price 60s and $1 a bottle. Trial

ha been arrested for stealing Tampa Fla. bottle free. '1

s musical instruments For sleeper reservations or other Information .- - -

II. A. Greens the Tampa fiend who write S. C. Bojliton, Jr., LOW RATES

was arrested for abusing his wife passenger agent, or A. O. MacDonell,

made a poor attempt to commit suicide assistant l general; passenger agent,

., while locked up In,Jail Jacksoavllle\ Fla. Via Louisville & Nashville Typewriter

: Senator Hudson contemplates moving Cured of Brlght'a 01...... Railroad.The .
{ from Brevard county to Dsde.Dade ,
Gro. A. Shermsn. Lisbon Red Mills,
4A la entitled to the next ACKNOWLEDGED
% county Lawrence county, N. Y., writes "I following low round-trip rates
State Senator from that district.
had kidney disease for many years and from Jacksonville to various points THE BENTMACIILE t
If the engineers on the. Seaboard AirLine had been treated by physicians for North and West will be in effect on ON THE MARKET

do not slow up when running twelve years j had taken well known d.ttol.hown. Proportionately low rates
r through the town of Chalres, all the kidney medicine and other remedies from other points t Has Tabulator

4 blooded cattle! will be killed by the that were recommended but got no relief PORTLAND OREGON-Rate $80.80, UnlYrIt5Al ftrTDOARD I i ON Machine.4'k

oars In that section \ until I began using Foley'e Kidney account Lewis A Clark Centennial Fair., Every ; 1

a, Oooosnut Grove, a suburb of the city Cure The first half bottle relieved Ticket sold certain dates May 23 to

t of Miami, Is the most romantic spot In me and four bottles have cured me or Sept :28, with final limit 9p days. Lightest<< Shift I Lightest Running] The '' r'

all Florida" and bids fair to be Inhabited this terrible dl...... Before I began SAN FRANCISCO and LOS ANGE- .
Champion Speed Writers of the World .tt
with people who have a love for taking Foley's Kidney Cure I had to LES GAL -Kate $81.80. Tickets sold t rl
certain dates April 10 to August 14,In* Use the Fsy-Sholes. More Fay-Sholes in ,
the quaint and fanciful life make water about every fifteen minutes
dative{ flosl retarn limit 00days from
P. 11. Burton,ex-depoty clerk of the day and night, and passed a date of sale, not to exceed, Nov. 80. use In Gainesville than any other machine.

f circuit court of Eseambla county, Is briek-duit substance and sometimes a DENVER.: COLO.-Rate $42.05. account -
under arrest, charged with falsifying slimy substance I believe I would International Epworth League
record, forging names to docomnnts have died If I had not taken Foley's Convention. Tickets sold Jan 79 to For Sale by. a
t Kidney Cure." J.W. ..1.Colloo1.Co.. July BO, Inclusive final return limit
and putting In his
own '
money pockets
e August 6. THE SON Gainesville Fla.
'
that belonged to the court.A ,
$120,000 In Securities Steten.Doton BUFFALO. N. Y.-Rata $33 80, account ,
company has been organised at June 14.-A robbery Involve Annual Meeting Grand Lodge
Columbia Ala., construct an electric IDC the loss of $13OO In securttle B. P. O. E. Tickets sold July to 1O,
railway from that point to Vernon, by Henry M. Comstock of Boston, Inclusive i final return limit July 20. -

Fla., via Oraeevllle and Bonlfay, and which occurred on board the steam TORONTO, CANADA-Rate $86.30, SEA.e: O B.D.
the work of surveying for the new line Puritan during her trip from New account International Epworth League .6..1a.. s
Convention. Tlok.Id Jane 12 to
will commence In the near future. It York to Fall River last night, was reported 23. Inclusive; final return limit August
Is Intended to secure electric current to the police authorities of 28.NASHVILLE.. Air Line Railway
,
bf means of turbines situated at several this cltjr today. The securities, which I TENN.-Rate $18 21.

y points where water Is available, included 21 certificates of stock: of account Peabody College Summer . FOR. . .
r O. II, llrannaii his various railroad. and of the United I Hehool. Vanderbilt Biblical Institute. '
was shot while on ;
Tickets sold certain date Jon 11
k1 way from hi* home to riant City on Mules Steel. corporation were taken July 41 final limit September 80. to Savannah Columbia Camden Southern &
,
from under a pillow In Mr. Oomstook'a
Monday, at about rundown lie had
.
KNOXVILLE TENN.-Rat $16.89.
_ d been load lug melons on a car for stale rpom by some one, who, It la bee account Summer, School of the Sooth.
_ lined had climbed thro.gh a window. Pines Raleigh Richmond Wash-
shipment and had vent lit* buy on Tickets sold certain dates Jane 18 to ,
ahead with the load, when the shoot. Shortly after. Mr. Comstock had July 15. Inclusive| final return limit

lag took place, From the tracks In the reached this city he reoeivedl a telephone September 80. ington Baltimore Philadelphia "
road It Is supposed that three men message from New York telling For fall Information schedules and ,
rates to any point North and Weak nil
"
the
that he could realn 10.prope'
In the No !I... .
were party > than six on or write OEO. E. HERRING, Florida
loads of buskshot had been flr d Into by paj Ing a suitable amouat of cash. Passenger Agent,, I..4 N. R. R308 -, New York. ,:

; the body West Bay St.. Jacksonville. Fla. '
Philadelphia Oft) II.Isc LoN Job.
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8'., .
I Attorney A (1 llartrldge of Philadelphia
June 14.-'Th. principal Three Elegant Trains Daily.
Jacksonville ha. sled a motion In the .
developments la the local polltlU
olreull court to disbar Otis R. Parser situation was the resignation. of AlACHUA COUNTY

}# a, well known lawyer of the same city. 8tuauel t Baiter, as asststaat to the Seaboard Florida Limited.
f The reason alleged< is that Parker tried chief clerk' In the office: of the oouatycoumtsslooers I Alaehua county .U 806.400 acre la <
J
t to unduly Influence the selection of a and the Issuing of aa area, has Ma mile railroad. 000
jury to try Jake Bradford, the 'I mile wagon rued M postolSe*, Seaboard ((1
,
_ n ro order for the dismissal on w.4.M4a'1 123 i>obli'- schools 27 phosphate Express. ,,
..t accused of the murder of John Plum- of 1 J employee la the bateau .f eMy plants, 20! taw mill. $75,000 eoartboose

mar The affidavit against Parker.. property sad 14 la the electrical bureau. Ave. newspaper, and pro
made by ion L, Farris whose duly it Probably the most tateresttag du. es eora. ""OG. rise, ..agar.at. Seaboard Mail.

was to .....8tUa eatd& Jary. Bradford developmeal. was the reslraatioa ot rye potatoes, pineapple,or-
sages. peaeftee, par.. plants* pe
Is will be tried again In November. Batter who son years age. after k-e- cans, and all kinds of vegetable

- --- lag a fugitive free yatlee for about MIIERN i PULLMAN EQUIPMENT
.
Hue Task. ,
a year, returned to this city and was

It was a. hug task to undertake the acquitted of the Chars of etmJfta a Gainesville, the talj Sea! ,, The SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED .. a solid vestlbnlM araJa, eon. tlpaeed
cure"of such a bad ClaM of kidney disease bAllet box. la his r.*loUo*. vaUftcaaae esel"I of sew Lollman eqalp..a-Dt.I. Ou. Do.b&e Drawfa .
+ as that of O. F. Collier of Cnero- as a. euraris to the elUaea .4 Has fourteen eaoroaee..two Mh4iMhooia. 1I.ooaa au..p.. 8la room aM Ob.rvaioa Oan-openUq between 8& All; t

ke a, la., bat Efatrfe Bitter* did. .It. the ctty, 8Uer elaetd the a* UUaded "' East Florida Seminaryprivate g.etiae lido sad. and Ju'--riU.. M IC.. York, vin Waebl.glos ....1.. 8& Aa..UD
Jack.o.Ul.1:70daily
...taoo1e.pel'l.. Po. eseept hoda,*;
,j He writes "Mj tlda.,. were so far te go lato bu....... Ualt404 Btate* land flUe, tke beet.
rone. I eon Id not eit" on a chair w<|hoat ..A. water, fire alarm ayatesn.elsetri
aeaskionI aad suffered trow drdfalbaekaeh No Secret About It. and gas lights, two Ice'faeterU*. Only Line Operating N

;w *. heedathe, sod depreeeloo. It .U no assess that for, cote, borne mneain, eottoei anna.. ln.,two three tutors wood fnetovies.three fatoriee .. Daily Through PallaiiB: Sleepers from Jackaoofilla to New 4
Orlin
In Electric Bitters however. I found a ale,..fever serve.sere eyes, boils,ete., railroad.two .. mannfaciariaft ,
0,.. and by then was restored to per. nothing ao effective aa B*.klens Arab osn|..S.., ... fiber
feet &th.& I ....... this. rOt' fan tar."o. sad .ieeper ,...naUou eaU oa .
BK great :* BaI... .. didn't take log to nMn tne onerectifying trpeatln _nw A... o. ILacDONBLL uts cn 8eaboatd er'
tome medieln to ail with weak kidneys ear** bad **r.1....and It to alt O.K. p4at.,wo bank,end fsellstacked 4aI... General S. 0. BOn..nos Z-.. r
,liver' or .........** Utt6aat4aU for fore +y.*." write D, I,. Gregory of atore* ,,emb we
1 1t' 4r juruu\ pno.lOI. : Ue/sTs., .. .. at ill,drag. Mores, .. Ikhtj tat SMt taoraaotttkal.,. . .lase.: +' 1AC1150T1U2, ,. FLORIDA. \ t

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I receive $OO a ton for the very cheapest B'CTBXNEBB Q.A.RD6DR
CUTE _ _ _
quality of this:! waste. Edward .r

1 Winiston Frentz In Youth's Compan DcVERE: B. MORRIS,
LE BARK INTO I ion.


STOPPERS. . .DENTIST. . .
'I A PRIMITIVE SPOT.
i
.. Knives -- I
Tba.hope, Vlrglala'. I*rev 1 1 or .... Iitolatrd I.. I
ave ..d Taper the alaisFroM land of TaBKler.: Once over :Marcus Endel's. Pbone 79 3 1

the Tre -The War In Chesapeake bay, 1U5 miles south I ';
I
F
date Product .. 11t1I1.....
of Baltimore with which city communication J. A. CARLISLE,

__ -k, as most persona know, la the by boat three times a week

iter bark of an evergreen oak tree may bt depended| upon during the sum, ATTORNEY: AT LAW I 4

which grows In Spain Portugal Algeria flier season Is the strutine Ulaml of And Solicitor in Equity ::! f I ,;

Morocco and to some extent In Tangier, so completely Isolated from 1 .i ;

Italy. Its peculiar properties, especial.ly the usual lines' of travel that It hardly i !
Real Estate Conveyancing and ,
a its lightness and Its compressibility, seems possible< that It can be a part of oral Practice. All business : : \ /

/ make It valuable for scores of purposes tlie state Virginia.:,. imagine, if ,attended to. Office next door to j; : ,

but ita original use. In the man- you can, an Island about five uilles :office. GAINESVILIX:, I .

'.. 'nfacture of corks, or stoppers for bottle long and thrrt>-fourth of a mile lu I '

*.. still consumes the greater part of width, with a population of nearly PERDINAND BAYER, : :,
; If that is brought to market. l.IJiX: ), where earl, house Is connected f ,
c- '
t -'-'\ ..The cork oak varies In diameter with Chesapeake bay by a tiny canal: i ATTORNEY: AT LAW (

-from six luches to three feet Uy a nu island where the (population has 3A1NKSVILLB' 'i l i :
'J'}!l .j( emus provision of nature the tree built homes along one narrow stmtbut ( I :

,(. '"r mays be periodically stripped of IU nine feet In width without sidewalks -- ,
3,J outer bark: Ithout losing its life. roadbed or gutter; an Island Can fell your city property ( i II \ .. '
proved and ), ; ;
unimproved 4
Twenty years U! the usual age at where the women go about with bare tracking and farming land*. Seed ; !j, ; ? "'ti

which the first cutting la made. After feet and calico KOWIIS during the week a list of what you offer for sale. : : : + 0.
that, the cork may be harvested about and where the men leave for their work i I;

.\\s every ten years. The first cut. which at an early hour on Monday morningand : f; \ 1 \,
E. BAKER. ,
; .la called virgin bark, is of little value remain away until Saturday afternoon W. I ,

''t' as it is! coarse: in texture and deeply ; an Island whore intoxicating liquors ATTORNEY-AT-LA\V

Beamed. The tree may be expected to are not sold, where billiard room \ 1,

live and yield cork until it is 150 years and pool rooms are unknown; nu Island SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY '' )
where olio plij'slolan and the niluNterconstitute I \

old.In Spain and the profosslonal class; an I Uliuid .
some otjier European GAINESVILLE Alachua Co.,
countries corks are still made by baud where profanity Is (punlshotl by; Office in Endel Klock.JR. *j"t
each one being pared from a square Hue; nn Island without a jail or lockup .

block by a common knife. In this and where religion: Is the rule and tobe I t
outside of the church Is to be ont-
country where are mn J e the finest J. U. ALDERMAN: t,
corks In the HUle of the Pale of the best wwiotj; un
world the wr k I is done by
machinery, all of which in of AmericanInvention 1llan.1"hf>re public cemeteries are unknown -
and where the dead of each
DENTIST.Over .
and manufacture. Every boy
home are buried in the front yard. If
who has
: ever whittled a cork for a
1I&blnz.bob or a popgun pellet knows yon cut imagine all thin, ;you may have .

bow difficult the material Is to cut soma faint Idea of the peculiar BUTrouudlngH Dutton Co' Bank. Oat t 1
of the inhabitants of Tan.gier.I'uurTrack E t t
smoothly. To do I it' well his knife must News. I .

be as sharp as a razor and must be .gt

used with a drawing motion not a GORDON B. TISON. ,
mere pressure, and If the cork be wet ARROW CANYON.Odd DR. ''

so much the better. The same difficulties DENTIST.
\Vnr In Which It. Walla Were
confront the manufacturer by ma- Ue.o.a..d br .......... :
chinery and are met in the same way. -
Thousands of arrows shut by bands: ; : ; t
The bark after having been wet and
of liidlan-i for possibly" centuries: protrude Office la Miller Law E1t'baKMe.
then allowed to remain for a time in I I
from a several Imndtr.lfeet
damp cellars to soften, goes first to nsstiro GAIKMVILIC. FLA.
long In the rocky: walls of Arrow I
>>
the which reduceIt
l stripping machines
about wiles from the 'I I
canyon, twenty ---
to slabs of a size proportionate to
frowning of the Salt Lake railroad over
the corks to be made. These machines THE WEST END, '
the Moapoa river, nays the Lo- Angeles
are merely small Iron tables, through I \
Tltues.! FINE WINES, LIQUORS A :
which appear very thin steel disks,
At a |K lnt where the perpendicularwall "
like circular saws, except that they JOHN MENZJES l"'or'rlor' : '
of the canyon juts out about :20U I I
have no teeth. They are really keen feet above the canon bed a thin I19-1S1 W. Day s&.. Jn-knonTlllt! Fl
edged steel knives as thin as -
paper
.
snakelike fliuiure ruus lu the rock. KucccBsiro
and running at a high rate of speed generations of Indians have Faust beer bottle and draught I :
J but so smoothly that they seem to the fail to call on me when In I
gone to tbe place: at regular Intl'r'lI1Aand I I
spectator to be standing still.. _.
befeathertil -- -- - -
shot their K J'ly arrows
-
Tfce little slabs or strips of cork
next to the "blockers.." The cutters go upward, forming a fringed scarf IF YOU LOVE :
unique In Its oddity. The arrow are I : \
here are cylindrical steel punches, or
Is loft fur +
so thick that little room 1
tubes, with razor .e<5ge :They are arranged !
more and owing' to the position of the WIFE DON'T ;; :: : :;
in rows, or "gangs, and Instead i'I
Assure: at M height of 200 foot and under ; :
of being simply pressed through
the relics )
' the "lIph'ln"'all protected
the cork are also revolving at high from the weather, have stuck ROAST HERBy "
and "so cut their through.
':. speed way where they were driven In tinoountcM .
.. Having perforated the slab the cut- compelling her to bake the ,
:year ago.Already
\ ; ten back away automatically, while relic hunters are visiting the bread during the hot summer ay.
; wr plungers like pistons working in the
}1l place and despoiling'| It of its treasures Buy your Bread from .
,
s) cylinders come forward and punch out 1 $,
with revolver
by nhuotlng' the arrows out
: the cores which for some purposes are I.
and rltlt.-tI. In the sands of the IMH .Keystone Bakery.
'," already finished corks. .. ;
.1 of the canyon many arrowhead of
:, They are of course, perfectly ..cylindrical various sizes and shapes nre found It' a laving of time! work and

-that .U. without taper-and in ; burled. It U belleted. that the Indiana Froth Dread Delivered Dally
that form by bottler
they are preferred i
Ulted this spot) in connection with To: all part of the olty. Also
$ of effervescent because.
liquids
Home rite. Crinle, strange figure hare Plea and every other #
their shape enable them the better to
been cut by them lu tile face of the rock the modern uptodatebake
resist the pressure of the restrained "'011.. shop d

gases. IU T. HC1UFER Proprietor k:> :: : :
But for the use of druggists who are
Wo..I. otVm1t.. Bakery. Phone 163.Mathusliek : : .1
the great users of cork and need the The Ilorans are a strange people Inhabiting .

very finest a tapering stopper Is preferred tile frontier between Hritlab ------.-- -- - -- - : I p

and this necessitate another East Africa and Abyaalnla. The tribe o
are : + '
operation. The tapering machine are polyB tul.U when they can afford
,
-0 run mostly by young women. Bach 'It and by religion they worship the o. "
machine consists of a little lathe, which constant
spirit Wak requires : .
which center the cylindrical cork au- propitiation This le done by aacriflcIng : : ie

tomatically and then brings It Into contact their children and cattle. X Bortn : >p
e
NOTED FOB HWEET5E88 ,AM ;
+ with the edge of the cutting knife or any standing when be marries becomes

f which, like the cutter of the slicing a'radaa" and for a certain period Tf OF TOME, rOITZBDCRADILITT. ..'. '

( machine, 1* a very thin steel disk. A* after marriage varying from four { .

,- the cork touches"' this knife a thin to eight year, belt obliged to '"throwsw.y" a

shaving rises and curl* away, tike as a any children that are born to 'P-

; puff of smoke. him to appease WalL After this periodlie

1 One who know nothing of the machinery become a "gudda" and keepa his .... liteM fer Ibis! string. eawau .

could see no reason fir It. but children.-London Kzprea Mae kw..r &*.. otb.re.ss.W.. : : I
during the second that the cork ha. bees ..wr1alia. $54 nose anAa e.o M

r ten -in contact with the apparently careful .f RIII. :m..llllp rb4.isablr.Cp ,

r motionless disk some doaen yards of "When I was your age," said the a.o......4 levityd.taU Ore ( i i'ii'j, r

flying, rato edged ateel have been gilded. yontb'a father. "I was at work vrali4. +

at work and the cork la now a perfect before 7 o'clock every morning" ('ip i

truncated cone, with a fine aaUn-Uke ..1'.*." answered the young man; If continuously for .
Bold by os
surface and an even and regular taper. I had .all the business cares yoo aNd i

By hand a very rapid and aklUfnl cotter to have maybe I'd get Insomnia too." Op }

can turn out twelve or fourteen r.Washthgtest Ktar HER TIIRT' -,TU : .

gross In a day. With these machine y

one girl will produce 430 gems: r..e4. without a ilngl( tana,.. If t

There are few boatiMMoea In which Him, .It rao t lie awfully annoying rut a piano for aUt.". .

the quantity of waste material to sojirg for a ..)maD to have hair that won't artl.e toy the P ''

a* la the manufacture of eorka.la stay In Har. Ilk. that girl In the third ,. lI

the best managed" factories It ranges I row In front of n*. Her-There** note 16 athuhe !!. k

from 60 to 70 p.r cent. mt American I..has the matter with her hair.: Bba baa: .
and Industrial devetoptoest a new engjgvmettt rtng.-Otveland Feiss as I.. .. .. I II t eM wish '
i
Ingenuity 0MII1 w a ..., ..n.a hiss ea II .
forB la It tato .
have weeded In tran > .. .Mr.
-- II1aI. we >..r iretitfca WrteaLudden >! '
e aoorce of profit. By grinding the ....Y.
a t. pNee _
degree ot finenea A.e .... Rer_ .
waste to various ..
;, and preaatng It with glwi or hetlae Into Korcu' I** you think you have .
shapes It to madtMefnl forth been fair t. too. Miss Hawkins MlaaIIawUbVc
vartooa 4 .
Inner aol* of boos for batbrooa'oata. Uare aald ae alt .... w

for Insulation In refrlgarattag Ton rllr>! n. the tallest of lay aex P

p.&aau. and the deadening of sound I. only see IUStI.ca.. . *. '
n Mnle hue
.Q&rt1Dtttl.t house-. the making af Meykandlea SeltIIuD
a de and tbe gripe of teantoraektta. When the soup ba a greasy .look . ..

I'ft1e and golf dalMl 'and now It, .t.m t-C. tbroeidi a ctotli aatratMl > SAVANNAH, '- .
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y
144 t4 water and UM fat ....
"rt'fc
the .
ocher uses for .
boors are deems.of << JOHN D. MURPHY, .|
wacte which are q1ilte aa tnlersattng. will rrrftaln In tl.. rlotm. . .

ffooMT year .,.. owe ...*".tact1lftt'.f ?IIIIUUZD

le snits was paying a teaaMter a deCar Of If/OjOOO/ thlHrr ten yean s ld aJ"o 8AITHER BRYAN, SUU ",
,' his. wrote and 243 win eau Ive to the age of aevwatttire ?-
away
.lol tart: I Yi.r1. TL/wi( :
Tads he : *. '
deu It oo a .t'cM heap. ; ;

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D, M. ,Phifer.'wen'. yesterdayto t TO RKMOTE' W. L Hill and family have removed ,.

CITY ,4"0. I Carapvlllc' on a business (rip. FRECKLES MID PIMPLES' from their former home 308 E.Colum W

bia streetto the home ai208E.Chureh
O o. P. Morris of Waldo made a'

y COUNTY CONDENSED brief ..I.I.CO. tui city yesterday. In 10 days use street, recently purehased.by 'Mr': Hill
from W. R.'Tboui'a.. Captain and Mr.
Hiss Leonora Conway has gone: toLive
Oak where she will remain for . ATINOLA. O. R. Layton are now occupying the
Matters of General Interest Gathered few days.Bev ,. r '. a home vacated by Mr. and )h.. Hill, Our Bigin! '
The ,Complexion Beaufifier.A having removed from the Hampton 'r
by Our Reporters. A. Miles of Jonesville called at
house, 607 N. Factory street.
The Sun office yesterday and renewed
Miss Nellie Ooss departed yesterdayfor ,, all: '
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL !TEMS his subscriptionRev *- .
Chicago where she purposes to remain ,
W. J. Martin of Trenton :
member ,
indefinitely with her brother
and What Is doing of the school board horn the DRT00-00S
' What Has Happened t1 Jesse Go**. Miss\ Goes will complete
Told In Short Paragraph .West End, was ft visitor to tbe eity( yes While
to Happen her education in that city.
terday. Keeps Us Busy.
So That "H. Who Run May Read" friends regret very much to give her
We have already sold five bread with her
here nevertheless
was op they ten,
It In The Sun. -
makers and six cake mixers and want
much and happiness in the
success
you to get _one before they are all
Son
Old for sale at The .
newspapers home of her She was aecompsnied
gone. See them at Baird's. adoption. -
office tt Big Asssrfawats efEmbroideries ,
,
.. aa far as Jacksonville by her
stack
On -
MOtut ef offer
taking we
Ladle.' ( cards la latest styles
calling ,
fer brother, John 00...
June
and
Filter, Saturday Monday
i: at Ban office.Simonson'a.
:16,.17, 19, ear stock ef dry CHCI ne- While Frank Scott an employe of Laces ': .
.e Wonderful Salve for sale !u...,sheet, at cect 0. L Breeme. -,
the mill the waterworks was
j by 3. W. MoOollum A Co. ," 1l+ Kelley at
Arthur B. Chltty of Jacksonville was operating small circular saw yesterday and all WasilG'llIs.
J. B. Wilson has returned from"a
In the city for abort time Wednesday he got his right hand mixed up fi

r business .trip to High Springs. night. He'was en route to Mlcanopy with the "business end" with. the re. M

Attorney 8yd Garter baa gone to on a brief visit to his parents Mr. and ATINOLA !.a new 41ecOYU1.JfIla.raa-e4. suit that he la minus nearly a half Inch *>

Tampa on professional business. Mrs.'E. O. CbIU,. end wont'money aaee of refunded Freckle U... Pimple ICfall to Tan remove Sallow the of his thumb and two other finger are

R. O. Bats, a merchant of High Owing to, a wreck on the SeaboardAir a_. LJrer Spot Blaeknead or ear akin slightly lacerated. His condition I.no' is .. j
.
ft Springs, was a visitor to this,city '.'-1 Line between Baldwin and Starke eruption la M day Leave the skin clear considered serious, however and .

terday. there was no noon train* rrotb.. oft.. .bealthr.Thousand and testify restore to the the beauty_rite of ofyouth. ; no ill effects will result save the loss of Mrs. R. Wil M, "

Z.T.Taylor and family hare removed North over that road yesterday, and Satlnole.MlM. i a portion of the thumb. :\,

from 803 E. Union street to Ih1S. Oak the Cedar Key train doe here at 5:30, AUoe LJrette write: Tblbodeaux.La.. The remains of Mrs. Margaret: God- .:;:
several hours late. Oct. U. 04.-"For four yean, my fa.. wee
,,2 avenue. was win, the sad death of whom occurred T. F THOMAS
oompletely oorered with freckle and pimple ,
New Wheeler A Wilson sewing machine Mrs. E. J. Boyer and children of An remedies)fatted until I used two package! .t the home of her laD, W. L.Ood"iD.

4) for sale at a bargain. Apply, at Tampa, who have been visiting the of Batlnola. whloh completely removed the Fairfield, passed through this city yeserday '

this office. former' parents Mr. and Mrs. L. N. freckle end pimples. My complexion I I. BOW en route to the old home,Cerro UNDDTAKIM! A ((0. F 4
perfect, and hope lady baring freckles
fir', EolteneD. Rosepberger and sister LaFontisee, have, gone to Newberry, or pimple will try every SaUnola.:" Price BOo and fordo, N. 0., where the interment ,,111be

little Mill Bertha were visitors to this where they will spend a few days with 11.00,by leading drurg-Uto. or mall. held. They were accompanied by .
-
,'ii 'city yesterday. Mrs. Boyer's sister, Mrs. T; ,M. Kineaid. NATIONAL TOILET CO., Paris Te.... he son of the deceased, E. B. Godwin

Mrs. Dr. J. M. Dell left yesterdayfor Sold In Gainesville by J. S. Bodiford( notber[ sad f.'stare of this death is FULL LINE QF w

Ocala on a visit. to her parents, Mr. In mentioning' death of Mrs. J. A Co., J. W. McCollum A Co.. W. M. the fact that .no&her"QnJ.J.Ood. '
i and Mn. Liddon.T. E. Altmayer which sad event occurredat Johnson and all)leading druggists. "in,Is very ill at his home in Micanopy. NEW GOODS.A ?

yf J. Gone, I lumber manufacturer Montgomery, Ala.., The SOB unintentionally O. W. Maines of Monteocha and son. -- I

of Raleigh, was tranuactlbg'hasinets omitted tn state that deceased Mr. Arnow Promoted. Dr. J. E. Mainet of Waldo, were iu the ...ent.s tor... '

In this city yesterday. was a sister of Mrs L. J. Burk- Friend of O. Maurice Arnow well clt>yesterday and made The Son an Monuments, Tombstones : ,

r4 Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Hodgson of WIUHi him of this city,, Mrs. Burkhlm's many known In this city will be pleated to agreeable call the latter having his and Iron Fences.See .

1; ton are in the city, guests of Mr. friends here extend sincere sympathyIn Learn of hi. promotion in the railway name enrolled ,upon the subscription Our Samples kNlNEWSOF
and Mrs. E. O. McMahan. her bereavement. mail service. 1st. The former has been for several

;' Miss Kathertne LaFontliee has re. :Mr. and Mrs. J DeLe! (nee Miss Mr. Arnow has been In the service a years one of The Sun's oldest and best Personal attention to all matters la
friends In the Monteocha section. Dr.
1! turned from Jacksonville,where she has Georges Mixson) departed yesterdayfor comparatively short while, bat his superiors this line. Mail and telegraph orders
been on ft visit to relatives. Eve where Mr. Lyle holds a lucrative were quick to recognize his Maine. graduated last term from the promptly attended to. i
position and where t.be,1I1 in College of Physicians and Surgeons
ability and the Interest he manifested
A meeting of the Anti-Oigarette:
?if! League will be held .t''the ,rooms of future reside. A number of their young In his duties', with the result that he and Atlanta.will He no Is doubt a promising establish young a good man ,Gainesville; .. Florida,
friends accompanied them to the Ita- I
has been substantially rewarded.
the W. O. T. U. this evening.
practice at Waldo.
3 M. lion and wished them much happt Mr. Arnow has been running as
I ,J, E.; Beale of Jacksonville, representing ness In their state of connubial 1 bliss. tal clerk between Ocala and Homo pos W. G. English of Tacoma was in 'the S '

the Ilolbrook FarDIt.ur.Oom. At the meeting- of Kirby Smith Ohsp .a..., but a letter from Chief Clerk I city yesterday. He was accompanied THE CONTINENTALCAFERESTAUBAST.

h pany of Savannah I. In the city. ter U. D. O., held at the home of Mrs. Beaver to Postmaster Arnow under I b y his uncle, James Brown of Aeord, .
To Rent-Nicely furnished room with Jta., who has Men for the past few
:
H. II. McOreary yesterday afternoon date of the Hth Instant bean information -
board gentlemen., to gentleman Apply at and 007 wife Alsohua, or two av It was decided without a dissentingvote that he has'been promoted to the : lays a guest: of D.T. English and fin

enue.Bt ; ., to remain In the contest for the fourth class at an increased salary and : II ly at Tacoma. It was the first time he

J. B. Pat. of the' Lndden & Bates merchants' and business men's library. transferred to the run between Jack had had the pleasure of seeing them

a+ Southern Malta House went to Mica- Kirby Smith Chapter will appreciateany sonville and Port Tampa. for twenty-three years. Mr. Brown Is
support la the form of votes from well pleased with Florida especiallythis
#: flop and other points on business yesterday. their friends and the public. ------_- _ _ _- .section which he believe to be

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_ the roost fertile section the State.
Tarn H, Cato of Alachua one of the Remember the Gainesville A Gulf i r
NEW YORK n.; was en route to his Georgia home
leading citizens of that pro..lv.'own has round trip rates to White Springs and left on the noon train.

'' was In the oily yesterday and on Sundays at only $1. Train leaves *
Oalnesvllle at 8:30 a. m.. returning at A. E. Wittstoek who is superintend-

0:30p.m.and affording a whole dayat log the mechanical department of the
Ola Browning of this favorite resort. Cheaper than new Ice plant at Alacbua. states' that
Rye, :Manatee ooun',. who have been
1 hiring a buggy< and passengers; enabled RACKET. he new plant which began operationstwo .
visiting. Mrs. SId L. Garter, returned three days pulled the first
$ to spend' day on tbe banks of I or ago (First" corner South of Poatofllee).
to their home yesterday. the famous old Suwanee river tf. lee yesterday morning. Theplant, 0,.. Karlf a.' L..t.. aria t:.....
Lost-On West Liberty street lady's I which Is a modem one of twelve tons Western ..*!..
Subscribers have been repeatedly no- I
j blaek silk serge umbrella with white capacity, ran smoothly from the beginniog -
scroll border. Finder please return to tided not to pay the carriers unless :
t CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTH and U r. Wittstoek who Installed
R Sun office or W. E. Brown. they have printed receipts, but some !
t'oI I .. the machinery, anticipates no trouble. Some Men LeaveAn .
k continue attention
parties to pay no --------
You have to use Blue Ribbon lemon Frank Shawl formerly of this city,
g and vanilla sitrsotstoappreeiatethem. this notice. Hereafter no credit will will be superintendent, as
be allowed subscribers who pay carriers permanent Estate for the WidowTo
for Blue Ribbon lemon
Ask grocer
your Mr. Wittstoek expects to leave aa soon
l' and vanilla. Takes 1.... Flavors perfectly. without the required receipt.We "VVe have receiveda as everything definitely settled downto
would rather you would not take Invest and lose, or as a temptation
good working order. to speculators. How much
the unless. the
In counting ballots 'la the library paper for It.you can pay full line of The free library: contest Is waxing better to .leave her
proper person
contest, merchants and others will I remember warm. The rivalry between the contestants .t
_ that eaeh ballot clipped from According to call Kirby Smith Increases dally and the business $500 or $1,000 a Year Incomefor

The Bon Remember counts far this.two votes Insteadof Chapter Mrs. II. H.U.MeOreary D. O., met yesterday at the home afternoon of Ice Cream Freezers men who were loath to go Into Life, or for 20 or 30 Years? :

one. the scheme now see that they made a
for the of holding a his
le Mr*. J. J, Kutlshaueer of Fernanitl torlc.I..lon.purpose but Immediately adjourned good Investment. The Son ones is We will send yon some Interesting 4,
a Information showing how small
a regular. polling place, and all peno..1 an i
dies and Miss Annie Schmidt of Jacksonville out of for its annual
) respect members outlay will yield pcnna-
are 'In the elty. They are beIng who pay for not lees than three months
neat income
Mr*. J. Flewellen and Mrs. L. Mason's Fruit Jars yearly for anyone for
to the dally edition, or who have job whom
pleasantly entertained by )tr.. E. J, Burkhlm, both of whom have re* ** you flan to provide.
.. O'Neill, Cast Main street N, printing dose are entitled. to votes as
L3*, eoutly. been overcome by misfortune In
follows 75 votes for three months'subscription '' W. L RILL & W. B. RlfiNOI.
; Evans Halle of this city and C. J. the ION of husband and sister respect ;
200 for six months and
Wbaley of Charleston manager of the ively. The Chapter deeply" sympa Jar Special AgcaU The HUTUAL
Tops 900 for one year or on. vote for each Lift Insurance Ce ef:3ew Turk
t Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph thises with Lb... ladles tn their hours ,
with for
ten cents spent us Job print k
Company, made a business trip of distress. ing. It will thus be observed that The GA15ESY1LLE, t t t FLORIDA
J Stark and Lawtey .
to Hampton yea
: r -------------------
doa permits the casting of more votes

,? rr terday* READ THIS. Jelly Glasses for lb. money than any other eo eer.. EE

rtr Just received from the manufacturer W. have no favorites to play, and all MITH'S "

r and*. 900 without bolds rte umbrellasw.,are IIOTKRK, ALA July 18, l* O. that U necessary for you to vote for WELL MOUNTS
Ur. E. W. Hall St.I.oQMt.1Io.-Dear
Waft &0 cell Iron 1 198 to W 86. 8ee your favorite ia to pay for the paper
i" the Ha' ..and don't forget th. votes. Bin We have been selling your T.... Hammocks the required length of time. The collector
A Smttfe.Xfrt Wonder, Hall's Great Discovery, for
L. O, will take pleasure giving you All the old standards and
,l ElUabeth. Houston and granddaughters two year and recommend tt to anyone a blank ballot to fill oat, provided you the choicest

Musts. Mary, Helen and suffering with any kidney trouble as pay not lees than 126. The more you of the new ones

AscnatK Phlf*?..departed yesterday for I being the best remedy we ever sold Robes pay the larger tee aroeortloaate number as issued. Vx!

Monroe K. O ......n'they will spend Yours truly, J, R. VOCKO. Lap of rotes yeas arc entitled to. Ask to see them as they
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the .....t, rrtends wish them a
t pleasant;oatlaf. A TEXAS WONDER.One Business ia Heavy. cannot be displayed to adV

Mrs,,'W.0;.r Jaekaopand, ,brother,Joseph small bottle of U. Texas: Woa' (Canopies From all ...,...... It seems that vantage in a case.

....1......'*.' gore. *0 MoselyHalt. d.,. Hall's Great Dteeovary. cure all Mosquito Maaager Bcell of the Western Caioa

4si w...f. ""T will ..peedb.. neat kidney cad bladder troubles, removesgravel Telegraph Com pasty's offlee here is Fine Fadeless Fotografs

few '...U-' 'F' m ,Metal? Hall Mr ,cares diabetes aewlaal. ..... making a paying proposition. U has

44 Jack*** ..eij*.ta' f 'pit ***! *o Georgia Stow weak and lame backs. rheoaatiasa and all Seasonable Goods., become asssmary, oa aeeoaat ef in.crsaasd From Locket to Life Sis. tl

for U* rna al*>4 rof. the summer. and all IrregulariUec at taa kid service,t.employ soother..*.- SMITH'S STUDIO.AT
..,. and bladder ia beta aaca and seager. aid the poaiUoa ... bra .
Air and Mrs.;W.'M.1'.pp.r' Lad sou women refvlatee bladder troablea la accepted by Will Bartley. UaaagerBaell

; W, M., Jr...*pn.t *0',..*. their *.- alaUd,... If not sold by your druggist, U not only a competent manager ST.

parlors today for MoeataU Lake will be seat by mail ea receipt ol-11. Our prices will. interest you, bat .la makiag himself q..... pop. IIIISTIIE.LarRe. .
*spend OB*small bottle U two saoataa '"-'- .- '
(4. whets. t*Q upsSt
L I'ark ) < slat with the patron* at tat e O
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and seMocs falls ,. ..., by
utladaae.. at melt *> a ol furnished rooms at Oceaa
a month or six web itii -.an. Dr. Kroeet W. Hall.eole saa... his oo.rt 0na and o llCtec maaaer.II. View Hotel. Fre bath. Ughlilevee.privilege .
the Mountain Lak PatkJIW.. Oo rarCMC. _'....r. P. O. box k'9. 8*. Louis,. Me. PHIFER BROS. .O. Tamer of ftalabridg.. Oa.. has ....$Iaa *. Katest! to '
FIIO.4IIt', ktn a'pHued' Seed tar tostinoaUta. eon by all ,. ac.ept4 a Bcsitio* as operator ta lb. ....1&. eaca room. Steele saay bThal

and beneficial NJoe,.. 4rvgWt -' Falters' Ooraer. CtAteOTlUo Florida,. aQ! 4. neat door. W,1L LI'DEILUI, rr... "

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