Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/00640
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: June 28, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID00640
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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KBOSEVELf ---i TWENTY-TWO, CADETS DROWN- 000. The Wlllard :Manufscturlnj;

WILL - I RUSSIAN I POlANDilN I company's building; was gutted and the MAY: GALL OUT ALL

Danish Training Ship' Rammed by a upper floors of the 1"'alrba.'lk..M' .

NAME THE British Stsrmer.Copenngen. : THROES OF & Co.'. warehouse were destroyed.The .
/ DATEI Denmark. June 27.-.:..:.X REVOLT| roof of the Perd. Brick & Cn.'. CHICAGO TEAMSTERS

serious: disaster occurred last night -I building south of the Falrbankfttorse
I near here when the Danish cadet trailing & Cn's building, : In Water.. street was
Y Both Countries Have Agreed schooner Gorgestage was rammedand Cities of Warsaw and ldz Under on fire and sparks wore being; carriedto This la What Is Being Discussed

? : Representatives. sunk by the British steamer An- : Mar.ial La other adjacent property when. a h'r
Upon I con..... > l I I I rifle thunder storm Intervened end l la Windy City.

4 The Corgstage sank In one minute checked the bIn. At 3 o'clock this

EVERYTHING. IS NOW FAVORABLE and a half. Twenty-two cadets were BUSINESS IS AT A' 8TI DSTILL morning the lint was under control. CONSERVATIVES OPPOSE PLAN ;

drowned and t>7 rescued. I I _._-
The Question of An*Armistice Remain I The boys Were all in their bunks at Victims of Friday's Riot Rij&ch Five THROWN FROM MOVING .CAR. Mope, Hovbever. Are Stai Entertainedof

lit1 ;.1.nce, -Japan Even Declining! the time of the disaster.' The night Hundred and Sixty-One RNd IJL and Switchman Dashed To Death In Via. a Peaceful Salut: .on of the Strike.If .
+I was overcast, but It was not !so dark
tdfTake Up the Matter.RainAreFalling Over Seven Hundred Wounded-- PIeasur.-Seeker., Radical, Control 25,000! Men Will
that objects could not be seen at some "
Chicago June :3?.-lu view of several
Further Trouble Feared.
In Manchuria.: dllita ce. The Ancona was considerably De Idle.Chlcugo..
hundred pleasure seekers Chance
along her water line.
1 8U 'Petersburg.- June 27.- Both Ja- damaged Warsaw, Russian Poland, JKno+ 2'J- WokthwICer.: a switthniau lies been ; June 27.- Steps to bo MkOH

''jpaa. and.Rustla are noW undented to The> port authorities have placed an 2:25: p. m. The Jewish dh'tlu'ts, : aru thrown from a rapidly. uiovlnx cur ut iuiia) a> ih- fiin tfitatl\i. > 1 Ifatlerilu r
embargo on the Ancona which will remain
.hare agreed on the time .hen. their now In full revolt.! The ahupl: ana Uiu the Scenic 1 nil II"uy at South Side the "'tUUatl'"'''' tucks wt-te i-xpavie .. t
: here until the Inquiry Into the
plenipotentiaries shah nawet at Wash stores are closed and trsffl has .become pleasure leHort. falling/ lo the iC 'lIlInll ertt-ctvuill lu check u I&rtl"ln oeuii
collision Is completed. Thus tar onlya
.I gton. ,It.will be during the Mint ten stagnant.; The street Cite; have I 50 feet below. He tiled wren 'after. went uiuoiig the Itufrlul leal l eloa 'tulu
single; body has been recovered by '
"dayarof August, but .the exact date been operated to form a nm.eui, for ward at the t'nH'r"'I\" hospital. W'.ion: favor ut u neueiAl 1 still t ,., uf all
the divers I who have gone down< t probably 1'111.be. announced by Presi wreck.! barricades. the scenic tiatu tlvparted down the lu Uuuiali-t-H lu C'lucaio to ftuoiiruiite apiomiit

t dent"Rooserelt. Great crowd are assembllvs In ibo cline high In the aIr Vtsythmlllcr rod ending of the existing ktrufK.te
The Oorgestage was a schooner o! d.
'The'qu'eaUoll' of precedence evident streets, and the ugly temper of btitU a comi'Uilou wore MMLM tu the front either l hy ucrrptlntf the -mployur!
2S tons register, anSI was 103 feet
17 is the main stumbling block to a the populace .l1t l the troops threatens of the car. AH the o'"r w us btl'lg: ; tlevatod l terms III' talllun tilt the strike. ;
lung. Apparently she'was a training
prompt settlement of the number of to break out In bloodshed at any woo to the d|*giot| "'11, I h 11I1II'r stood l At 111t'1I. lit the I .iialti iH>itlnu of tht ..
vessel for the! mercantile marine and
personal negotiations. Both sides seem went tip He was warned uf the danger but < must' r.' nr'iiy I li Intact only 4.00i) \
was owned by a private firm ot Copenhagen.
tdesiroua'to make the other take the Thirty-four batUllon: vof Infantry no heed to the caution. When! thecar out of 27.0tu> being l on milKo. A garter '
Initial move. Russia!! seems to consider are atatti ut-a In the town.A : started on its trip down' the steep' :, ul uttacK! iiui.u i.iiililojeta. It 'was ..Irtdared i

that It Is Japan's'duty to name bomb! was thrown last night under incline, running at u rate uf 73 mllo ', coulil. r< suit only In gvneiul ,II..
her plenipotentiaries before Russia announces a carriage occupied! by the rltXf a hour the tikin. waved his arms and \II'.h'aItlltl I ill.url ahhmt"m and u c'lIl

hers. While the exact number of police, K. M. I'avloff, of tin- town .hrmlt..1.! '''hf' next instant the oar.nir.Jed for 'lit- millM.i.
Ruler of British India Does Not Approve KZ
of plenipotentiaries has not been of New Law. of C2en tochon. government of 11 up a cuivc. 'I'h'NIt cau..n'.l Metllnut. will In- held tonlgbt hy tho.

oMclally arranged, both powers seem Simla, June 27.-It Is freely rumored otrkow. The chief uf police ami nt-vu \Worlhmllli-i lo lose his balance ,tit depui tniviil IIltlrO .h'l Vt'rM anti the railway

to hare tacitly agreed on three. The that the viceroy, Lyrd Curion, of Ked other persons were svrlouttlyMiuniil! threw his arms out to ratch himself: soil tnM*. Insure lu. vote uttbe ff

actual announcement of the names ol leston, has cither already tendered his The city has the appfaram-' of it ant. ua he dl.l tut tniclj ,in.> of thviMntu. iiuoailnii of ucre|>ltiiK the praeu y'

the plenipotentiaries 1 Is expected with. resignation or shortly will do HO, inconsequence military encampment. Infantry a ill lie was thrown fintu the cat term of tlie ctn|>lorr.. Arniritlng to y'

'la & few' day*. 'The official statement of the decision of tht Cossacks are bivouacked In tin' streets. head l foremost.Vhcn he 'was picked np It. 4'. l'ink. ('hall'limn ot the |gene-

of' the situation Is; home government whereby Lord Kitch and patrols are circulating; e\ i > wht'''''. NS'ortlniilller wan un'tl\IIC-H". tn roiiuiiu| of the n-uinntrr joint rotiuc.l .

"All U going on favorably." I ener commander In chief of the forces She shops largely are ctosp\! |>ui cabs: had lauded on hu", head rrnciuritiR ale : u flHllnhl.01" by these twu !lu

The question of a possible armisticeas and cars are still running. skull. alII! o.id;, III'unIII NI.i l of Uu ntrlke,
hi India, has been given complete control
stated last week, remains In abeyance of the army In India. Barricades have been trrt II l at tbcorner -_ 11.11. tho other. unloitH winilit' follow Tim: :

for the'moment, Japan* It Is understood . The two special meetings! of the In of Ugrodowa and X.elii .ua OhIO DEMOCRATS TO MCCT.Will Uttus ui" "- praeticuly: thu sunie a* wire

declining even' to take the dlan council have been held since the! streets, and occasionally the crack ol -- 'f..r"tl: three weeks UKO. HOIUI.M .

matter up until the issues Involved In publication In I.. ndon of the BlueBook a rllle is heard an olrlkers shout at Nominate Candidate for Governorand ChIUl : lu I the l'hl.\tu'.lnyy| |: have loenul

the Washington meeting are deflniteljsettled. referring to Lord Kitchener' men going to work.General .% Other Officers.Oulumbiiit ma.h' the rciin' '-.t ut the twtmsterv'culluhltte'
In'the .mt"ant'tma. there hare MaximumUrb the goveruor ". tl.. Joie 27.- AIIIII"Ilt One Hltinxtlon, It ,U IIIhhlr }+4stuu.l
plans, the aproval of which is considered -
beta' heavy downpours In :Manchuria to be a severe blow to Lord Cur general of Warsaw wan appointed on the actual hu liie._ of the Ohio lkomu wan In the urtlrli ciitcrtilti4 <

and the rainy season} may enforce a ron, since he and practically the whole March 5. 1I" Is: a fdrnirr Metniuu or craCk convention Joes not !>"Klii uu the wearing of nu lon billion* |In order"

suspension of military operations be council unanimously advised against chief, of the Don Coavacks.' On nil W Unilsy morning the fact that: to have !u lIIiIh.! clear thai no employ

lore the diplomats can act. the decision ultimately adopted. March 30 an Imperial rescript was I I.. the districts are. to organize on TII"i tor objrctN lo lie weitilnic of union! button

1[. Nelldoff. the Russian ambassadoi The keenest" excitement\ prevails in sued urging Maxlmerltch to elaborate day that the citiivt-ntlou' conuiklttveii" piovlUi-il they urn not t'111..o.1..

to .Paris, and Baron Hoaen. the new official circles here The Times of police reforms.' On April 3, the gov have been CHI: ..,| Iu nir't>t Tufila - '" -,-. -.--

Russian ambassador to Washingtonare India, declares that India cannot afford tImor general! summoned the editor night before tjie) cotivt-ntiun, itself T.ae. WILL VISIT AMERICAN CITIES '

Russia's tentative selections olplenipotentiaries. to lone' "either of the great men of the Warsaw papers to the cantle! ben called. to order and that there U --

: Mr. Taffahlra. the Lord Curr.on or lx>rd Kltchenor, who and talked to them freely and In the a lively contest: on fur the kaillnq Delegate of Women Worker. League

.Japanese minister here, It Is under dominate her affairs. most friendly manner, especially on place on the ticket tirotiMht ,,'..UmllanI of Great Britain Here xt

*tooa, has been selected by Ms gun the question of censorship' Invitingthen delegates tu the city several I days t N>w Yolk Juno 27:: .--Plftyr t.I"'IIate.f! :
!Dent as one of the plenlpotentlariei Will Discard 81.tun.lnch Gun. ( to come in case of any difficulty. In advance .i>r<-.entlnir the \\'urn"nVOIktJfII'

but the name of the ranking Japaneaienrtiy I New York. June 27.-Tlie ordinance The next day Maxlmovltch prohibited -' John C WHty, of Canton rxpreMke . l>-.mi* of Jrcit lirltalii and (Ireland: ':

cannot be learned. It is nol exports of the United States are said the sale of revolvers, pistols and l the turnout conndenc In tlm r<* lire evpi-ctril to arrive hero within e '"

believed that Marqult Ito will be abU! to hare practically decided that the cartridges throughout the whole tcrrl suit of the contest fur gurernor.!: only Nw days for a tour of the t.u.
to ,come, and it Is possible that Field IG-lnch gun: from which so much was tory under his administration. A plot one thing seems assured today in that .\ rlllcs, The .I"lIlInn ctr.a

Marshal Yamagata may take his place expected Is not practicable for a weapon to assassinate the governor generalwas connection, and that Is the probatj.llty l I.rl..-. women who have worked with '

This Information comes from a'hlgl and a decision by the war department discovered in the middle of April of no choice un the first btillot. ne the (Niunieii of Warwick. !In rnd'av

source! but it is understood that n< to abandon the type I. ant Iclpac. and soon afterwards It was reported rotes for favorite sons of whom Hunt orlDg to Getter condllloita among ,FIg

formal announcement tau be made un, ed. Only one of these guns has beenso i that be bad tendered his resignation, or ten are In tbe Held, will reduce the JUti among .:allll.h! working women

411 it U learned whether M. ", .Udolf'. far made and that one Is now al but bad been prevailed upon to retain llkellhod of an early deuce| ,", and (tbe They are coming to mike' a rarofultnrty

healtb will permit. him to make the 'Bandy Hook. The experiments, while 'I of&oe. On ;MaT. 19 a bomb doubtless present problem 'Is the ultlumte desllnat .. of the t-onrfltlon here and an t?

trip here. showing that tho guns could do all intended for the governor general was Ion of this part of the vute. certain If there an any fosturo olenvironment ; a

that was expected of It in one way exploded la Mlodowa street at noon. The friend of John Id. 1'sttlson. olCl or mrtti'xlrtn whirl

We're Not Living Too Fast. bar nevertheless convinced the ex. killing tu possessor, a workman, and 'rroont rouatysprrsi4d. .. confidence. may bo .dotrl.d with advantag" to

Chicago June 27.-Susafl It. Anthony perls that as .a weapon It Is too costly. two detective* and Injuring 23 person of their candidate's victory on the sea their not In (treat BritaIn T1i"r", am t

now in Chicago on her way to Colonel Greer. of the Ordnance department Including three women, one student and or third ballot. special (Ittraitfor all ..*-eupstlune. "

the annual meeting of the National of the east, said that while and two schoolboys.Maay .---. Trade nnlonlsm will have but llttt ;e

.:American Woman's Suffrage asocla It had not bn decided to discard the threats had been made again Te Reclaim' Aid Lands. lo do with the vUtt. Aa now ,,1noot.I,

Jon, beginning In Portland Ore., on gun now at Bsndf Hook, It was likely the governor general principally since| Nenu, :le... June 27< -Thenrtt greatstep < the drl"Uoli! will spend .l"i.iit nn

Jane 29. expressed optimistic views ol In his opinion that the government the May day disturbances.late In reclaiming the arid section ol days ,In N.w York and tb. ,"ra16lnaof'of ;
Nevada, which will go far towani the tliolr tune In oth.r (large cltl-..
America life and progress.. "I dOD't'thlaIL would never hare another made.
wealth and Improvement of Ibe stale Tory have planned' lo far weal.
Americans are living too fast; of aJege at L04L g ) aa
has been taken with the opening of theh.adlahita '
aa. said. '"The. eager ambition Riksdag Te Consider Separation. LoeSs June IT-The governor g *nell .. tft 1.utlll. ,
of the Truck river diver.aWa
; keen, striving life of the United: stales Stockholm June CTr, -A* a result ot baa proclaimed a elate of ..''ao .
la tat an Indication of the youth and the negotiations between the different .t &. canal, located about 2 mile west Race Riot' In 'Indiana.VlDrnn ,
of I>rt y. Mrs. Francis fl. N' wtab>l.
:', vitality of the country. We wanted to groups of the HIkadsg, It has been arranged The rtctlms of lat week' outbreak ..., (ad.. June yi,--<'lty Mar

'; .., beat Rnglaad In running fast traJu.n that a special committee to COB. totaled over 1.2mba, (;-ur'40 H-rlla, A M (Comb

:' .. w.',. done It." elder the Swedish-Norwegian Wtnatton of 243 Jews. and 21* Christians bate bradgat The m.tnbets ut the r.c'D'i and an unknown nrfro who .'c.i>.'l. !
..r.'o.amm'II, .. locJuJlna Ave
'1 hall be appointed to consist of nine ba burled. The wounded 'numberover ; are more ur !lr*. seriously wounilMi
out of the (.vrntrn .ho drafted the
A Witnessed Wife's hlcld.. Conservative and three moderate 700. Some emtilaae of order by bull" .. a r*>aut of a race war
.. national r.' el&m.tlon art, lIe Uutn
Dayton. 0.. June 27.-Mrs. IlenrjKelter. from the ant chamber aad five llbf has been restored and the worknea which look place' at !1Awnneeylil., a
I. .-', whose ansbaad U employed al all and five agriealluraiUta sad two are gradually retarlng to the factories ant governor 41' Nevada, the governorof hamlet I- miles west of this city, dur "

a bottling works, went to her bus reformers from the second chamber. It California. the 4IeUII.rul.b..4> b (clll... and 1..I..wu; inrn't the
: Pbead's placeof employment end talc le anticipated! that the gorvrsueaftpropoeAl Attack Governor'sKrao. ,.al.... I ut of alapDlBg' a whlf man, pfeeipiUt "
V/ ,.... 1 <<:,..k.. Ibe h".iJ..t.. lifted sod the .
la ... to settle the crisis amicable 4 the conflict ant wkw narrowly' 1
"' )r tag a position aa alley directly Russia Jan 27, iA mob of a' waurr from the high iili/a r...b : .:...,- a window from wblck her knabaadv by arranging a modus< vlvedndl betwea thousand person earro B4e4 sad attacketf escaped yaebln by an aagry crowd %+
the canal the thir: .
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rwlta"sd bet act, draak In* contrail the too ("( "I.t".. will be vlo ta* poUce ttatloa and the gor.raor Bds of Ike Nevada. 4..erL wkfea .dad ere tml a ..IJG.. before It

!of* Phial of carbolic a id. Tk* deed leally attacked ta tb. upper caamberan4 ....rar. palace today All tae' . _. -- waa 41.p.rs.4. Is 'M jatl here. Th

.. was oofomltted! before bet agon Iced g.aerly vupported la tae lowschamber windows were Broken before tfc. rtot- its known negro who B..... Ie known tur
Meb. After N 0re Aces..... ...,. been ahllC fI4Iy. .J J tlm.. hi tae }
dmHag the debate
:.abaDd could Interfere. Tke motive : UMstorrew br that
ere were overpowered polto
Decatur: Ala. J... 21-A street ".el| entsatof hl. ''aJ"rt.k...... a aWea.aa
f.. dlulotna. The wAtnaa CJf'4 shortly et tae sebJ.ctMrak. ..
pins ..
policemen were .011I. A 4e-i ..
..can... .( IxUbina. C. W, Wrt.... --
|\i'lttet reacalBg. a koepltal.__ tacbasMat of Crying. a.fl .
Defeat Oervnana, FHgMens GIrl te DeatH.. the sees. sad scattered I bey motets.Itars. .I abet BT rraak fll .. Wt'ttt !'
Resets ly who a ;. ra.l Ju. 3T 'n. Kat.
//01 Capetown, Cape Colony.: Jane J7.- Maaltowoc. WU. JaDe 7rrtg &t. .po, '44. Ui. W4.rfotk hloedbusds. I t.c" a Mi II ('j', lows, voluntarily ri
seem lau coaruUloas woes. ske {. .. Fa"..... b Oele.O '
ac .
".'Zir.lwshb.l I J leader Marraga ka attack we4 lJ+aUi* iraU suMit U .u ,,**..1.>i k.-'...f ta the board ef la-
.t4 and defeated a OTHUB force row deafly stepped ca s eaak wkkk lay reUa4, J.*e 17 -r........ '"y a "tot U a swsmp' 4 ashes from L.Lgblos. anily rwmni ..:
,i4.4 by Captalaa f'.lWrt at Amae oRe4 99 te ta. rCaHa ltecba.y. tiff atBw<*t g&l* a ire which rob Dr.,.,. ._!We U k..a. .a4. to "kIke .or.'. >tn\\ir,i 'IJ '*>_ a(.te ..ytum I. a r*

tae Kara nwMntaias. Germaaiweat tae X-rar-ol4 dsfatr of Mr, and o.t shortly before I o'cjocfc able aeon'. aegis. bet bat tailed af to .bls, soft t of t"u"' Incessant .114 nnrn

.Afrte All the German a. tits Wmiam |t.ebaerf tinag a.na or lag'* tm ta. tMI4la( omfBvl" by IkeWUlard ttavr. treat .selle.De.t ,rvfi at !folia1."a' fMfc.rwtiMr eke 1.t.erfeer' I.

Itios and seppUee were arrt M this lty, 414 kr, Tka4. reptile era.net st<<'a.4 Battery MBM.y tat elgklMi.' sad U abe UC".v.. K* f ..,. hoe ...aMt al'ttp cr1h', ,;

_ Its' ....ft..... The ao.... are. r* a 'MaoIM ease .her dean ens.oen 1..smtcv 01 .. wV
4) .la......B.*.* ....'7. Mesas AWt a4H tnm a V.ta. r 1lt/CisR street, taescd a leeaio_ ;,'. ... froat UiU eJiy, went t. J.tc kla. rile.. Let, .f v4.


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SHOCKING ;.DER.* i Haw' Is Baby Today'l'DctteT From ftwrlU what of has Aerle.t come Esrrp down to ne, r __-- )\ _

Vf 'n!I r I: CITY thank you. In'fact, quite well. written lord painted limit hare or t-biseted.been a great tile Egyptian swell.-

; NEARJ1AHI F t.J'oundand, fuU ptjifc.and jnischi .. 'Jlie detain of the twelfth dynastyshow Motberhood
Pink flesh
and white dotted with dim- best
Kxyptiaii elegance at Its
L ples. No cough, no indigestion. The lord linn a male housekeeper, his
C. E Davis and: ughterKi1Ied 411 on account of Is the reward nator: '
mlatre d'hote, called "superintendent of MOTHEBHOOD
'' t+ ,hcaJfhy womanhood.
at er1ief Home. tbe bouxe." There wu a
{ provision
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Women whose vitality baa been sapped!
' y ..,.-,. ....- ".ul.erlntE'ndent of tbe baking house by disease cannot safely give birth to chil{

F FOUND;. DEAD .IN THEIR BEDS DZOMULSIDN 1 and the mixer of drinks bad the Utle dren. In pregnancy and in childbirth,weakness
"., .I of "acrlbe of the sideboard." Perhaps of the mother is revealed! in the pain
:!I'tf1,: be was a butler and 'ifulute the supply and agony she suffers.
CrlmeJOna I of they, Most Shocking( In .This medicine drives out
of wiues from the t'",lIar. There great every ves
{ ihiH(}**'Y ?f. the. State-Both Shot administered were gardener, porters and handicraft tige of inflammation and weakness and ,
by mother whose love gives tone and strength to the delicate or-
to'Death;"Both' Father and DaughterV.rFPcputar was tempered with common sense. men all busy In attending. to the master Bans which mature the child The pains of.
i : She know that OZOMULSION i.a is "A prinrer of sweeu" must pregnancy are banished by Wine of CardnU and miscarriages
have been a confectioner. The Kgyi which blast so many fond mother's hopes.
''Miami;June 27.-The citizens of 311- fountain" of energy for grown-ups tlau when lie was no longer mortal are prevented. Flooding which so often ocean after
"'; aorroandlng too." It stops waste of flesh.. It makes bud holes' of bflug well fed in the childbirth, is corrected when Wine of CarJui.Is Heed during pregnancy.
', ;shocked country were plenty of rich'blood. For pale, feeble hereafter us be believed b" would benourl"hpd Wine of Cardui babies are healthy babies, becausedtaiwj the
to7ern Monday morning'thatOharltiiJ months of the mother i* able to give them vitality
pregnancy necessary ::
folk it is the chief noorisher at 'life'sleast In hie partlctllbea'en ..
) ;: E. Davis and hi* lovely and strength.
It'cure when with aljun Consumption
With these facts presented to American women rte expectant
,.daughter, Elite, bad been most bra.
'assassinated; taken in time. All druggists sell it- JnjfH to goal how the variety of the mother should be satisfied without the reinforcement that Wine of Cardui I ..
tally their home on 50 cents and $txx the bottle. Let us Eppyptluu4jLo HU, and In one are included will give her. 'Every mother should be able to treat herself in her home
;Sstotday'ntght.' ten &kIn]dd or cooked meat five kinds with this valuable medicine. r ,
. V. The news spread like wlldflre and end yOUFree of birds or xaiue, sixteen varieties of Wine of Cardui can secured from any druggist at 11.00 bottle..'

c ,- early In the morning 'hundred of pea Sample Bottle by fall bread anU i.-akt>, ftlx assorted wines
N. C.. Jan. II 1902.
from, four brews eleven Potycarp ,
pie the the of beers, sorts of
; city and country
Write letter or postal toOZOMUL8ION I am the mother of seven children and while in pregnancy with'thegrst.ix '
winded' their way to the Davis home, fruits and an i-inlleun number of sweet suffered untold misery until they were born. One.month before the
.. which 1* Bltoatcd about four mile wet CO. .L seventh was born I began to take a bottle of Wine of Cardoi which gave me
from Miami.' OS Pine street New York, relief after taking three dose. I used remainder the bottle until the
-- Flo vr. In !5.rtber.' Bs..la. birth ofthechild.and was stouter in three days after the birth than I was ina
Sheriff Frohoek, with hi* usual ... 'An English traveler In northern Russia old.
month after the birth of either of the first six. I am 29 years
t14 prornptne.**.,, summoned a jury who, and William Ii. Farley represented: the write1'to the Gardener's Chronicle )4118. v. ELIZABETH STAFFORD.

1 with Drs/Skaggs, Pugh and YsnlandiDghami Trustees of the Internal ImprovementFund. that uutliiuK surprised him more than

a; yle red the bodies the universal presence of well grown

Both )'fr'-and MI*. Davie were, ihotwhll The suit came up on a demurrer to flowering plants in dwelling rooms. WI EOJCARDQI

.In bed One hot killed Mr. DaJ restrain the trustee from in any way Even In pie cell' .* of monasteries and lathe /, ..
vls J and two were fired into'the body conveying: the )lands in controversy or studios of city 'photographers farther t.t

4 of Miss Davis, one In each brea t. attempting to tell them and from encumbering north than Archangel he found .

jy: The crime I I. one of the mot revolt them temporarily at well such plants an oleanders crotons pe-
largonluuim and fuchsias in almost
log>> ever committed (In Dade county, if at permanently,
double windows
every room. so
1 Dot In the entire State. Thus far, the .The company, 10 It it alleged, applied necessary to keep out the <
officer* have no clue a* to who committed to the trustees of the Florida draft tight space between them filled

3 e the dastardly' deed. land to convey the title of the grant with flowering plants, and It does not ...

; The murder was committed sometime consisting( of many thousand acres ol' seem necessary to open them for air [ZX1oorporate _

daring Saturday' night. unimproved land in Western Floridato : during the short hot summer. From
E. E.
4 Mr.. Burbank had an engagement the company; to encourage the contraction September to June the country la VOYLE MGR. .

with Mr. Davis ( for Monday. Early' of the road, but the trustee burled In snow and but In by Ice. The Abstracts of Title and foil information furnished regarding lands Jin this

Sunday morning he went to Inform Mr. refuted to give title. average temperature for January Is county. Our manager has lived in this county thirty yean and
The only 10 degrees. The July temperature I II thoroughly conversant with land titles.
f Davit that be would not keep the en. principal contention of the attorneys -
however, has an nver.se of 00
gagement. The doors in the lower part for the trustees was that the
degree H.. which Is hardly to be wondered
er 'of the home were open, but Mr. Davla Legislature, after creating the Boardof at when It is remembered that IE. IE.: V a YLE.

r or the daughter were not th".. Internal) Improvement Fund Trustee the sun shines twenty-two hours out .

,'' Again in the afternoon he went toT *, did not have the right or authority of the twenty-4our. FIRE, AOCIDENT, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE. Bep,..
the hour., finding the tame condition to convey any land within the venting a number of prominent American and English companies.

r Early Monday morning he went Slate to any' person or company without 1.0. the .'...... REAL ESTATE AND CITY LOANS.
.1 ' '
cc '
s 'gain, and found everything the tame the consent of the trustees of that James Crofmley, a noted English bib ea-'V'l11e t v .F'T.oartLdLa.buy

: at do...hl. previous vltlt. Hit aiitpU fund, and that'the latter had the ole liomaniac bled him one memorable dayto r

dons were aroused, and he went to the custody of the came, and wa the only) a bookstall In Hbudebill market and tesblietsee1; : 1878
spying a little volume, took It up andglanced .
home of one of Mr. Davit' toot, and body which had a lawful right to convey carelessly through It. After

they' went together to the home. Mr. or sell any of the property under awhile be asked Its price from an old E.F.DUTTON&CO.s

t'f Davit went up stain, (lading both its care woman and was told It was two and .

father and titter murdered. Judge Swayne. held that the Legislature lx|.euce. Til give you nil pence for

: The young lady had two bullet hid the right to transfer any It." wild Cro:"'siey. "Nay." replied the

r wound, one In each brent, and It was lends that might lie In the State ; and poor old dame; "It rout me 2 nbllllngs." A

4 evident the had struggled hard for her that It has created the Board of Internal Wberrupoii our book devourer threw it : NKE E S

4b', life, Only one shot took effect on Mr. Improvement Fund, and consequently down In disgust and retired. A gentle .

1 Davit, striking him in the neck and had the power to take any man.: overhearing the altercation

t taking a downward courte. steps that it might see fit. The act stepiKid forward and purchased, It at
4' the Mum demanded. Cross ley returnedafter Do .efleral bsnklta bn.lte.e. buy alld cep Foretee and Domeauo .
Several report of threat were In creating the board wa paned about TIle 1I0001l.e or bank., bansen.eorharsI on.. 'armenlIIerellaDU EzebaD.
1.5k' .nou and noticing! the book bad and osbers
circulation. One that Mr. l>avlt had 1002! and the contention of the attorneys received 011 tsvor.bl. erm.. Specs' taC'uII.to msktna eoUeelJou 00 ajJ
4 gU\I(',- aiixlounty Inquired ,what had become aoees.uNe pOmu 10 'lie CUlled ".Ie..
been threatened by a negro whom he wa that when this wa done the of It. "801.1." answered the woman (

t '= had had In hit employ, while another control if all land transferred to the "for what you refused to give." .. .

t ,; wan that he had had a dlffluulty with I Slate from the United State passed "Tell me who taught It. and I'll !give G..A..IN'"ES-\r1r..LE.'f: .E'LOItTT) R' f

\\ orgroet overcame watermelon Thee from the hands of the Legislature. him 10 shilling for Itr: said Cross ley rCLYDE :

r C,i i were dispelled by statements of his Although/: the case was decided I eagerly. The moral self evident. ---, __.__L I

eons; who say that they know of no against the State: It I I. very probable I -..... LINE t. :. ..

i such threat or difficulty, though they that it will be fought by the latter, Ray of Llabt.
The strnlglitest thing In nature or ;:
t state that tome week some and probably carried to the Supreme
ago person art Is: a ray of !light when passing
or persons, unknown, visited the. Held Court of the United State through n medium of uniform density. \

4 and destroyed a quarter of an sore or The decision of Judge Hwayne: I.i a Hence the eke Is enabled to tNt the

more of young melon |I".nt. Their lengthy tae He goes Into the que. straightness of an edge or tube by hold ..
father never knew It or had any dlttl- lions at l issue at length and cite the ing It a* nearly as possible coincident

culty with anyone over the ofTn.. act of Congress and the Florida Leg. with a ray of light such parts as depart

,, Never hat this community been to ialaturn, together with deoislocs of from trnlghtne. then InterceptIng "

exalted at now, If the guilty party or many court upon cases of a ,'similar a ray and causing a shade to be ,
cast other It la not knownat
#r parties are found )lynch law vlll have nature. The decision cover about upon i
what early period In the history of .
'III lull '''.J. twenty typewritten page. mankind the discovery was made that

Mitt[ Davit wat one of the mat pop- -- -- -- - tralgbtne could be thus determined.It i TJUvv: EEXL Y BAIT,T GS
Cured of Bright' Disease.Cleo. ;
r alar and beloved young ladle In thltcommunity. le certain that thousands of mechanic BETWEEN

A, Sherman Lisbon Red Mill. use tbe method dally without being! Jacksonville and New York f S

Mr. Davit had been extendvely engaged Lawrence county, N. Y., write "I able to give\ a rational'explanation of Calling at CHARLESTON, S. C., both way, j ?I

In the nursery business for years had kidney disease for many year and 1C The Finest .
Steamship In the
had been treated Coastwise Servicet.
a and was prominent a business man. by physicians fur

The eltiien of Miami have offered a twelve year ; had taken a well known Clyde New England and Southern Lines t.'

reward of seven hundred and fifty dol. kidney medicine and other remedies CASTOR

t lan, the Merchant Association two that were recommended but got no relief For Infants and Children. Direct PROVIDENCE Service Between' and JACKSONVILLE.All BOSTON and f $
Eastern .
hundred and fifty dollar and the Elk until I began nting .'ul.,'* Kidney Points '
at Charleston "uat:
"two hundred dollar for the apprehen* Cure. The first half battle) relievedme Tin Kind Yea Hare Always Bssght both waya.o"w'jjnaifrcXiTZ" .

g 'Ion. of the murderer of Mr. and Mitt and four bottle have cured me of am"1\.1: : : : f* A.TT.Tisrq-a:

DavU. this terrible di....... B.f.r. I began hears th.Bigaatar. Southbound .. . ....... . .. ,...... .. ...From Lewis' What
4r taking Fole,'* Kidney Cure I had to ofIi Northbound..... ............ From Foot of Catherine., Jacksonville, Bseton '

STATE LANDS DECISION make water about every fifteen rnln- -... -- -

ute, day and night, and passed a ." (>._ Tow Clvde St. Johns
Made by Judge Swayne Favorable to Line
brick-dust substance, and sometimes' a UttW Wlllte-rWhafs tbe name of the

qs the Railroad limy substance. 1 believe I would feller what call on yet sister UttteJohnny *>fwer.n JA.CKUONVII.I.B and lAres.-oren ,
-..I don't know yet. Pop calls Stopping at Palatka Astor St. Fraacie .
Judge Charle) 8wa,.. of the United hat died If I had not taken Beresford Land.and latenaediaMLa ,
Kidney Cur*.** J. W. ) Fol..1 I bin something different every time becom.e.CbIesso &dtaga oa St. Johns River. --
S...... Court on last Saturday, at Pen JoerusL )
oaf ... Steamer "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE"
taoola. decided the moel import Low Rates to White Springs. .
sal easee before him In a number oft ....... I I*.appointed to sail as follows t Leave JACKSONVILLE '
:, Je.,.,. It wet that of the Augusta, T.I.lata. Spend a while at White Springs, the I.... Is an upward tendency ef h.- I sad Thursdays 1:30 Ietaning.lest. BAN FORD Sunday Mondays. Tuesday

f ..... and Quit Railroad Company leading health resort of the Slate. On man .a tu"It" dig&lfytac. .+**- 'Wednesdays and Friday. l;a 0 a. m. .'1
the far-famed Siiwaane. ...'"-... fA
river. Te.OaID.III. Wing. and for that reason It'tlDpe.M"PO'A
against the Tra...*. of the Internal ......... BCI1EOULB JC.--.... '
Improvement load of Florida,and wa and Gulf offers the follow Individuals' who u..n1DC'e It Leave <0'a..... .. .....Jseksoarife . ***. *P-'
lag low round.trip raise from DeW obllgvttuaa.ttroeif $ . ... .rr.r '0. .. ... skit m
latter. to deed Qaioevtl .- :4apm . ........Palatka..S; JiJ ? ? -
a compel" give .
to to .. . .
| Bunder aCOam. .. ..... . .... .. 'flops, g
i only, ticket
tit goadgolca Astor
.... . .,
certain land aggregating tbouaod>> of A p_............ I..j&-.. 1a0am.... .. .. .... . . ... .... .... lIOpII
acre which had bee. given to ,...t'Om.' Saltl"' ''. and returning Monday, -80 Mutt le peiatia* BslsUa- .,., .. . ... Beresford.Et.Francis, ......... .. . ... 2:00. ie
UI'd, good for fifteen 0.y., Ml Paletl Arrivef' Oan....... . . . ) se .... -e. ,.. ti00psei:
paay by an act of the Legislature la tans Hew N M jettaa .... .8aaEaterpriM
r I*. IVtMt.l ..,.*. For 10 order to aid the oo..tne\kNa of th.TboaaanlU. loo dally,a ire of ticket agent turUerpart'suUre tf Oh.. h.". taaklsur a sUalatvre UitaiWaaktastoa an.OR.NERAL ....... .. ............ . .... 10:00--. 'x

and Tallahassee. Railroad. rust..IA11. PASS. AND TICKET oFii'E.... 10)1 .. .*t.._. V. '"" . ____ _ "'
-- -- -- -- .__._. - -- n. 04.JA..CV VILLIr'
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- --- -
I The ease, taye The I"easa.olaJose- r. M. Inntn/Omrls.J*..A_ Ce a.
A4I1. I._...
W. G. lacy
CiUOl'It&.hM> teens i.etti..ta. itL:;
sal. was argued at eoeae length about tr Good for Lae et ease--.. c.Pf' LOirtli'.!
st aloe and Intricate 4. C. I".GDTT.pst tti.telPa..a1.., ,.. ss.k..e.t4.. ,
tea day taaay ) .
nythlot? Ask your parent, THEO. U. EO :A. l'LYDl11r xs a. rn.. a \..XewY.rP
s F' question>r law were ....1.-4.- 0tra craodparton oeCchbon Ge..1 .,....... V1 al. P. CLynE Ia 00-.;
fey A liasbrook of Sew York aad Fred e rs your Ca usl...., u.t '. o..ral Ageau.
own doctor. We will leave it to st M sass-....Slew T.
T. Myera of Tatlah***.* lepreeeated- j --- .
the plaintiff la the suit, who are. real'deou any of .b m. Best blood medicine. c=:'

' of Kew York,aad w.WUU... Bt nrrrefonte.i.:;: Send Us Your Next
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,'"; THE DAILY SJffc GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, JUNE 28, 1905! () a, !

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- :, 10"t. .
Will Climb! Mount R '''!I'. .; ":'
ifiiiA's' WiLi "S1: :: *
Portland. June 27.-Tyf' i >T-h:: LI tit

Ing of the Mizajras.: ajfrjnatan: climbing :

CHOPPED HIJ I I club of this i-iY_ ; will occur at ,-'1::

i Mount Ra'.r.-T!: ..lycwruiy! : : of this year r.Xlli r.

and the outjrns'wUl; !! !be accompanies:

truck Her a Blow on' the Head by an un.i.il: i. i jr\ of promlnens:

acer-'s' : 'j c ,ioga: professor
...mon tiu i ;
\ be: several member
I of the Appalachian: club and the !.
American! Alpine club including Pro
'i'ss."r I. C. Kussell.: of the Unlversi'tjof
"t Over the Garden Truck CoI-
Michigan, Professor I. C
Med Mad" Mad' 'Because rtelatives Tnfta of Tufts college MassachusettsThe A tnan's mark is his nonor. It stand for him and 1
he stands for it. It's the old Saxon of
*re Sent Away From the Vegetable Sierras! club of California will way signifying
good intentions p,,.
Garden. send a party of one hundred or more r-

.., among whom will be several proms The right to be protected in the exclusive use of* 1 ?al
The serenity the quiet community neat Scientists and professors from trade mark has been long recognized by the common, t'+

of forth Gainesville was much disturbed the University of California. .law and enforced by the chancery courts of England f

las':evening" by one Thomas, and this country. !
I ,,' better known a. Tom "Williams colored'who Sunday School Convention Meets-

assaulted, his wife with an Toronto. Ontario June J7.-The International The Government puts iU mark on a bond to give it h. i

axejTand: : then flew from the wrath to Sunday School convention\ Talue. W

come.': resumed its session today. The lea The National Biscuit Company puts its trade mark I {

Laura Williams is much the better sons committee report was the first In red and white on each end of a package of biscuit. "

half'of Tom and she carries on a track one to be taken up for consideration crackers and wafers to distinguish these products and i 1
garden' where she briugs forth from W. A. Falconer L.L.D. "
and PrincipIa ,
to guarantee the quality, and tJoet.. ) hk
the Dearth each as cantaloupes, green of the Presbyferion Theological college -

flora, .'0. Tom has at times been Halifax gave: an address on a To more clearly comprehend the real ralue of this ,'

known '\0 manifest sufficient interest Teacher's Training. trade mark,packages of BUTTER THIN BISCUITand

In the'industry to aid in the propagationv LEMON SNAPS. ) a

of the crops, although: he never Calling for More Harvest Hands

did .enough to impair his respiratory Topeka. June 27.-T. B. Oerow,

.organs. tate employment agent, Issued a call
Laura intended the products: to be a for 2.000 more harvest hands. The NATIONAL aiSCDilT OOMBANY :Ian

slight scarce of revenue as well as for need la very pressing, as the wheat Is

home consumption but Tom like the ripe and cannot be harvested on account ,.

K nett>n,,-whoM-.ooled helpmeet that of the lack of help. The employment

I he is,,'desired to share with his relations agency reports that less men
t- and gave the children of hit sitter than usual have come from other Its !

free access to tbe crop. states to help In the Kansas harvest !

This did not suit-'the fancy of his i this year. A 1 t

wife, who had done the bed part of
the work in the- garden and she ordered Mountain Fire in Utah. Trade Mark

the children from the place Ogden Utah June 27.-A mountain
feast the fire which !la not yet under control U
when they came to on re-
raging north of here with a frontage
cults of her toil. The man of the family
of over a mile. The fire has already
arose in his might seized the. axe
and brought It down on the head of his traversed 5 miles of territory, destroy. W
ing. fruit crops and hay stacks Hundreds .
spouse, cutting an incited wound in
Her head that required fire stitches by of men are endeavoring to keep t !
the fire's path cleared for the safety; .
Dr\J. Harvey Smith to ,close up the
; of the homes fn the vicinity.follr ._ . . ,
gaping wound.--_____ The__n skull___n showed a- I --- -- '-' - - -
alight concussion. Although quite a t11O.cohn".I. !. France JDeT..A.BLXa 1DD laoe. ,
or Lena.vltr.The I of th,' ,"ommer.
A rN..ut guys
severe blow the woman will undoubtedly -
centenarian Is a man who has clal side of matchmaking: In .h''an-v:
recover. mistaken for lit ". The H.F.DUTTON&CO.OKAl.KHS
quantity qua ) most French urarriagcv money
.Mar! L"I Pinkoson, was notified but centenarian's life is not always life at "In The fret .
play- the lini> >rtuiit i hart
Thomas had cut his lucky, and i I. prob all. It 1 Is sometimes no more than a question nuked by the youiitf mnu Is, -. : : IN-

ably"now doing the Linevltch act in bad habit. They live lougwit who live How nuicU Ai a rule It U un easy i .

all haste. If Be is run down he may least..-London Tatler. matter to ""c have to answer to the charge; of assault I directly to the 1'"I\a| but even when no
with intent to kill. 0......' It the Firm* Tim.. ,, question of dowry U raised at the\ fonn
"('.." said little Willie, who had been : al ueuiaiul there U always n contract Sea Island Cotton S.'utt: Baling antI Twine.Vulrua

NEWS TERSELY TOLD. reading a bump a treatise of destructiveness on phrenology "whatIs drawn up l.y a notary, which Leather:: in Strips or Sidas.
speclCex the exact sum the girl receive
"Thorn well Haines of South Carolina "\Vliy-er-a railroad collision I sup *."

has been appointed consul at Nanking.Chine. pose."-Philadelphia Ledger. _. -_ Manufacturers of the James Doi ; Improved English
... .r Credit.
I I Want th. Co.r'r*._. A distinguished A. Irlob lawyer always' Soft Island Cotton Gin, anti Supplies for S'tlllt+. ,

George EL Macklln general manager Judg*-Raise your band to take the In Impoverished circuiuntancen. once
(the Pressed Steel Car company at oath. (The witness puts up the left] took Chief Justice WbltewWe to s<.w his ,

Flttsburg, died today of consumption. one). Judge; -Not that one Witness maulftt'f'QUy! Curnt.tlt'tl new house In -- -- -- -- --- .. -- -.
Morgan H. Beach. United States at. Which one?-Lustg! ;. Blatter. Dublin.
-. -- ----- -- -- think. he aald. with a -
torney for the, District of Columbia, "iHjn't you
has resigned and his resignation ha Tax on Babies. complacent look about "that I deserve

\been acepted by the president. Extreme' hot weather If a (treat ta> great; credit for this?"
"Y_." the judge answered dryly."and .
". But one new case of yellow fever upon HIM digestive!: power of babi .. to have got It."
'4s reported on the Isthmus oaf Pans-,I When piny and feeble they should be you appear .
'jna today by Governor Magoon. It is Driven few dotes of White's Cream A S.rl... ..-....

that of 1'. S.,rolti an American ) Vermifuv. the children'* lonle. It "Terf." aald the married wan meditatively.

-man. tr.ID'1 I I will stimulate and facilitate the 011.I .". "when you see a woman hnnglnc

'The river coal shipments to' the] lion of their food, .o that they soon out n line of clotj! ... sal the line slips THE NATIONAL FINANCIAL
I the blessed l lot down In tbo
and lets ; r
oouth from Plttsburg during the past become strong healthy and actire.
Bold W M. Johnson. mud that my buy In th* yrboloKlcwl' DAILY NEWSPAPER. . .
by ;
two weeks exceeded 15.000,000 bushels moment in which to ....". that woman
breaking all June records The "
final shipment was seat out tod.y.awen P-..._."_ Pt. alone -,._ -

Garnten convicted of murder Peat poeseese wonderful atfseptta No Secret About It. HHveam the News and Facts' governing ,
and preservative qualities owing to Ike
la the first degree for the killing of presence of tannin iron and other substance Itisnoseeret that for eoU, barns, Valuer. '

William Murray, was found dead 10.; lolL Here la aa Instance: At nleri, fever sores,sore eye,, balls,sir? Studies underlying causes of Market
his cell at Mlffllntown. Pa. today. He the time>of the covenanters. In 18M, nothing U so effective as Boeklen's Arnica .
committed suicide by drinking car. three men were abet at a place called Slave. "It didn't take long to Movemente.

bolle.,.ettf.Nearly CroiMgtUoch on the moon above Old cores bad sore. I had and It <.all O. K. Reviews, analyzes and criticises Railroad
. ZOO carriage workers at the Cumnock. In Scotland. In 1925, when for sore eyes, wru.e I). L. Gregory of
'Darnel Carriage company's plant In a monument was being erected to their Hope. Tex.: 2So at all drat stores. and Industrial reports. 3

the workmen came upon tie tables of of
Cincinnati struck today on account of memory Has complete Earnings z
Bummer Tourist Rates Via Atlantic
corpses rolled In their plaids. The bodies "
In There is a potslbUltr PropertlcB.
redactions wages.
were In exactly the same state aa Coast Line
that the strike may- extend to when they were buried. The BOOS badreserved If you contemplateUltlng, summ.r Quotes active and) inactive Stocks and

.other carrt I. workers. I them aa It they had been <.abalm.d. .
.. rrtortf see ticket" aa-rnU Atlantis eoa.l Bond
r.---w. T' .
A Thousand Dollars' Worth of Good. Line and le'.11 information with r..,. RecordR the last "sale of Bonds and the i
.,.aM to rates, ro.,.., eahed ales and
A Bad
"I have been afBleted with kidneyand Pullman service. Summer tourist rates yield on Investments at the price. lr.
bladder trouble for pasting will 8 bd Mare
years Some day you get ,
.,. Ia.ff.et "'all the without
now principal resort Answers charge inquiries con.
c with feel In bowels ,
< gravel or stones excroeiatin/ when you a pain your ,
throogboot the with r
, pain" says .A. H, Tbornes. a well and tear appeodwIiU. Solely lies In country return cerning Investments.
' 'c known coal op*sator of Buffalo.O. "I Dr. King's Sew Life Pills, a sore eon, limit October lt. Rates hate 4
been .ooo..s to all sprln... mountain 0.. wh daily ,.*.. Tilt: WALL HTKEETJOUttXAL
,:. relief from medtetn until 1 beCall bowel and stomach diseases
sot no for all and seashore resort*. For the Out U "ktUr nalln>4 U Isrwt .*../
... retail taking was Foiey's surprise Kidney*. A Cure few t doee thenthe such at headaehe, bllioosoe eoellve- tine round.lrlp/ tlk.u are now oo sale safely and sreflUaland t* MtU abet lavrei
brick-dost'like ... sees. .t.. Goeranteed at all drag to ,.eon.o Mew' England territory.
tartMt tbo auINta.4 ants ths ... who seee ad.l .
'.- now.I have no pain aeraea nv kid. .....') only :?:. Try 'b..... -;--- "... _. ..... -. -- ,
'};! noys.. I feel like a new manme. I,ba.hw4 .
"dos. $1)000 worth of good." Fo",'. Ttt. __w w... The Florida UUUllgll DAILY IIV'-

KMnei Cnre will rare every form of now, even in th*tropic never.....
"r ,kidney or bladder. di...... J. W. 11.. bat- imatn coejttooowsjy aU tike yearrwBSMf DOW, JONKS & CO.,

1.0000a." Co. Above the heiafct of IfjOOO fe.t.In .. Fruit and Truck Grower '
: .. 44 Bra4 "t.,... Jl.w Tert.THE .
1 ,!;:"'"" - --- ----- colder cflnwM' tt snow Have Is ....
H. WATERS i.w.r than this. L.J. BBl'SBT.
E. UJ"PI9p'r.
a Tar, $1 a ..alh.
Thor will be ssMaaea la dlvtaltywMles

PtMTWM. aa preedI'.s error !* ...,.... On* Tear. . _.. --..,,. ... : ." INVESTORS READ THE WALL STREET JOURNALJBnM
nt while few i.. e.,.ices. .,., 10

If tb* Babf Is Cvn** Tat

i House PaiatlBf &e sore sad awe that oM sad well- .-- -- .., -..'...... .. .. . " ....
tried r... ,, Mrs, Wlaelow'e. Sooth- AaaadsooMly aiEaai edevoted
and Decontiaj.Kalavtvtlte.. tag yr... for .JtIW.... toeUUae. Isoothe ...*.[aJl' la the .....,....sd
Ik* frwtt" sad ....taMe 1Tww.re ofA.palsI
.......a ..... Grain IT*. u.. .J 1d. sofWM tho goers tEAIL* ;
allay all .**....!>.*. wind **U* aid Uth trial .nba {$J.i of sis a

Vsdl'of Fabta and Wall laps Wet ......y for'br oM.. Twstt.slaw. ....tlM will bo .*.. eat fnswCat 0f A

s. .k at grins to th* trade. nail S bota.: ...t* Stasl>ae take"
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Qth.e'. , ,... _,fl <::J;' n' and Lake.City have The,official. of Jacksonville, as wellas

i ".. strong claim. for ,jh& .t State: Univer other portion. of the State are looking f ,

(., festered M be>Port Q9 e At Gainesville.VlaC.M city and it will doubtless pass to one around to see if something cnn't be '

., "* t ,pas.ardefsss'taaUsyrtter. or the other. Both come, in or* the. done to put a stop to the traveling ar-
.r- "'already e" bU.bed" argument and .unit, that Are to be found in all\ the

H. H. fdocalC .BY. JMlvo sod PubUxher. both can put up a fair plea for central larger cities among t-he tough element SNOW ,

W VL: A8HI-EY.: AawocUte Editor.V .is If this' affair continues officers -
'" . . .- location geographically, which a state of L--JI
ESSE" Ji,ITORTZ.JC1W: Editor. condition required by the Backm&n 'of the Taw will have to appear In

law. But Gainesville has the. better steel armor in order to secure for them r4 ,

LOUII3BVMHY.uea9 i, TravelingAgent.. claim as to central location, and the any degree of safety. -

weight of popular favor seems now to Revolvers are purchased of pawnshops l '

1, K IIfaIWITI! .Sapt. ColDpotIllI&Room.. he on the side of that city. West by these desperadoes, who areas

.I:..,\\n VPlCEPPORTER : Florida will naturally pull for Lake lawless as any to be found in the wild :
I .}tW:_; 1a* 3Ued..L 'Tr'LVaoas U4" City, and, South Florida for.,darner and woolly \Vet.: It is not alone in A SURE CURE oY fnsowTi cf1co Ns lU ..

'. I ville. .Other-towos may evince a desire the Southern cities, but In the cities IOHVGALLS. >:RU1SCOWTIJICT: .
". _* JAILTat7 J puMUhcd every morning ex- XD MTJSCLKS, LANE BACK.; STIJF JOIWT3, FROSTED VSST,
to enter the lists, but with no Njrth and South there needof
rpt Monday,delivered by carrier in the city,or BUSKS. SCALDS, ETC. -
uy7 .'..ue4 W Any part of the United State.pontage State buildings already on the site steps being taken: to put a stop to the
free,farfj*year; .50 alx' month; '..::15 three will have but little show In the final Indiscriminate sale of weapons to every AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation! subdues ,Intlinioration
cent for fire wee .-.trlctt1 in and drive* out Paia. v t
1f ". 1>\-.nat.in'; selection. person who desires to. buy.
'adv.acvk :-: Jacksonville would doubtless raise Dealers In firearms should keep list PENETRATES the Pore, loosens the Fibrous Tbraesv wo*

Reading notice iit local column 10 cent a line : all the. money necessary to secure It if of those who purchase weapon. o! else motes a free circulation of the Blood, giving the Muscle oaten

__ y ,for Cr t insertion and S cent for each additional : money alone could do it, but Jacksonville should refute to sell to every one who .elasticity.

\ Insertion.' la not centrally located, and that. comes along.
for advertising made known
application.Rate display oa ia 'in the law. .

After all, the people do not dec'* A prominent doctor says that mosquitoes

The Twiee-e-Week Kun la an eight-page,forty- the matter but b. State board ana are breeders of disease. If they CURED OF PARALYSISW.

column paper publlahed every Monday and they will be In a' better 'position to. were only I breeders of disease, the singing write. ,
Thnnday, and conUhia all the pews of the B. Bailey, P. O. True Tew*. : "My
week local Bute and general, and will bemalted weigh the matter in all its bearing: seoundrrli might hold their beads wife had been suffering five years with paralysis ia
potag free to any part of the United and make a wise decision than the peo up and look quite content. The."ar. her arm. when I was persuaded to a..8 lard'.
aute.orcaaadafortouayear-In advance pie who have neither' the time nor occasion breeders of ill-temper breeders of discord Snow Liniment which effected a complete cure. I
have also used it for old frost bites and'akia
to make the matter. a special and of various and divers unpleasant sores
A All advertising bill become due after strut eruption It does the ''WOlke"aaT
study.To remarks in the silent boon ot
r ya appearance of advertiaement, sank* etherwlacatlpoUted LINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE" TRIED ALWAYS USZD
I ia contract. Partic not known ton* this. community it is Immaterial night. If anything on' this earth will REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES

will be required to pay for advertising In ad- which city is chosen but If The Star make man forget himself and strike THREE; SIZES: 25t%'SOc and $1.OO

vance. Address TUB DAILY DUN had a vote to cut with our present and' stab in the dark like an assassin,
04JJI&avu..u. Pus light on the. matter we would cast .It Its a pesky ekeeter. A man may re lire .
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-- V Fernandina
for Giinesville Star. In an amiable frame of mind and getup

& SABBATH OBSERVANCE.The the. next. morning with only the

FROM THE STATE PRESS. frame. How the mischief people can
following has been adopted bjr OLD AND MBCOMMKNDKD
maintain their religious fervor at a

k the. ministers of DaytonaiWe All signs point to Gainesville as the camp-meeting lu skeeter time"is more '"'W'"_ J\lJ:_ JOHNSON: : Gain..es-v-LJ.le.:
the undersigned ministers. of
place that will be selected for the. location than some people can understand who
_ ct Daytona, Slew with sorrow and deep of the State University Lake try to be patient and'bear the little
t.gre/.the widespread tendency to. I '
I City however may be getting I In tome ills that are inflicted upon the just and
deseerate the Sabbath day through eieurtloni I Inside work that'doesn't. show on the. unjust. -F. s

,' pleasure seeking and trading. surface.Dunnellon Advocate.The .
y We call upon you the members of our After. the Railroad s Ilf You Are Insured. ;4 4In

tiy respective ohurobei, not only to refrain laml'1thtrcpoU.' joint with us Washington. June 27.-The,attorney '

s from In any way countenancing In favoring Gainesville\ as the place for general has placed the matter of carrying C

MY : this desecration, but to actively Inter. the new State University.' Not that out the president's directions to s
a Company that is Responsible, Have a Policy Correctly
Influence In securing a reverent certain railroad
pose your
we have anything personal or, more prosecute (corporations p4 Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company 0
observation. of the sacred day. properly, municipal against Lake City Including the Atchison. Topeka and Pays Lossts Promptly _s

The Sun can truthfully. lay that In only, for one thing. we wouli like It Santa Fe Railroad company, for giving

this city. there la less Sabbath desecra* nearer home-News, West Palm rebates under the direction of Assistant

tlon than In any town of its site In the Beach Attorney General Purdy. The C You Are Assured
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'r State. _ _ _ I latter will devote all of his time for r
i Mr. 1'" B. Moodle of Lake City ts out the present to this work. and has gone _
That serious lot without 1e
no have
can overcome
you you some
Now we have had a Rood roads convection In a long letter In The TlmeUnlon, In to Kansas City for that purpose. refute. .

1.,,'* build tome. I. which he abuses the health of Gainesville _. .. .
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and praises that of Lake City, p4 p,4'

W The latest civil engineering<< scheme aod' Incidentally) gives a side-slap at
) Fire life Accident and Health Insurance C C'ODe
J In New York I I. a subway on end, .o Ocala Mr": Moodie. who Is a good deacon CONSTIPATION ,
i that the. water will run out of the Baptist church and who can '

I' ':;:;::;:::::::=:::::"-:::::::;: write more words to the Idea than'anyman .........,DIDe rare I .I1'.s wlih.ehroal* a oaflaaaaat. p but Reliable Companies Representel.A. . C.
.ad.darlq. .hll .,.... I ..." .o MIL. cc
The Philadelphia political. ring wa who ever contributed tnTheT..U t".O..t. war rr..r-......,N laOI...,
. .rorr
4 considered one of the most solid In the. cites himself and family as instance of lhrle.lb..ln..r.an .et or.on. .: 1 ": :.!:. w He. fP m'.a' S ,

; ; country, yet It was "butted" to smith. the hralthfniarss! of Lake' City. They ..o.ar.0....I. .......t......,,..,..., with\to'u.1..1 I ...4 pll.Care.. T"-III.j\&e. l , Mm CUSHIV1AN '-
frofl\.11 tbsi ,
have been there twenty-two years, lie .... ...,.... I.. "" "aU ..f ..< ereent.T... ' B r. rt.b... Hoa"'l. J1L I
Information cheerfully lomilhed. OAINESVILLE (
- -- says ; there wire twenty-four of them, FLORIDA .

The new cigarette law will be lit and only I one has died Now, we seem best For
force In a few weeks. It will then be to remember, that some year ago Deacon TM Dowels I ":""\"\"\" \" h" '

unlawful to aril or give away cigar Mood wrote a letter to The Baptist -.-----..- -. .- .-..- -- -. -- -.. -- -- -- --. --'---_._-- .

$ s cites In Florida.. Wllne. then published In this PARTIAL PRICE LIST OF
--- -- oflloe In which he praised the Lord

The papers of the State are tome of with great fervor for recovery from a CAisuT cTwJtTo 'Whiskies Wines Beer and Malt {

them of the opinion that. the Tarapa sickness so severe that he (Itaeon .

tk: MId: .Wint.r Fair should put up for It* Mooille) went so far down In the dark -- --------.-- ---------.--- -

mid-summer advertising valley that he could feel the cold .P.I....bl.. *Onnd.Do EXI'nESS rnEI'.UU. null. (
.. Ps1.S.N.. flees. ttHlc-JUg16 Free-sot .
J. y 1C M k at* tit. r1-pal.
waters of Jordan ripple against hl.tore. ol4 .. bf. If. ..
-- -- : : Th p..t. u > teiapvd J 0- Full Q\ tot..r" 4 Qt. e Qu. 12 QIIl.
- -- >' M.>y book. tl.IO! "er Gallon:
What we want to know Is. did Huft\11W Club Rye ......12 e6 St IIQ I t IlQ Rr..UlII. COni. Hood uade.
;, There U no need of Items tending Starling Remedy Ce.. Chicago or N.Y. Soj .
Deacon Moodie Nelrwt County RJe. ran 4 M 1/k) Stun: Per UallonMueolfram '
catch that
sickness in
men to the rrOITh..., are killing AMXUAL SALE TEN tflLUOH BOXES Nye .... . .. II 10 by pep Re. Uln. Com. tum.. 'ne qua.Ut. .
them fat enough at honir thus saving' Ovlnesvllle. or Lake City, He can't panne'."41'" Rre. .. ..... 175 100 .2.1\0\ I'er Uallon:
G roo
Re. (Ho. Corn .
Rum. Beet
_. ._ .. ___.___ __._ _. fur the DlOD'F.
the eott of transportation, blame it on Ooala. for be didn't vjelt U" SoeuttWot'.. .. ... ,.... /1e! et0 late .. .uot erU.llon: '
----- .- hereabouts at the time. And if he Is .. )'Ial.'b .F. ..,.., ... I 71 I 00 D 110 'It Rye t'ea4b Dd.. Apple Hrand", loIeUo"
--- right certain that the Lord cared him ...ubttr.DdJ..7$ Il)() Sep "F "e. ,
fir"" When we gel through train to 'Jacksonville FOLEY'SHONEYANDTAR AN Ie Itr.Dd'. .. ....... Irb 100 sso Vlctorla tn. 'o.l.1.Wl'erO.U"n itrnp, : Medclns' ,
over the Coast Line, our people of that eiokne, how can he be sure I NonandOin.......... ... ttO 4. 1. -..u.un.n..ul. Re.
that It hasn't been the goodness of the : . ...'.. ... .. In IIIG DIIO LIYI'
can make the trip without fear of .. IiiBIL. hrDc.l.
being sidetracked several hours Lord and not the climate of Lake City, I Mo.atainCorn.Norsk Caroltna Cora. . . ate 1M.1110 00 .fill!W) .a..u.? ."....er.. ... . .. .. ...........1 >K.
. .. F ur.I..Ie' .. . . ... ........ .
at _. ._ .._ thai has kf'pI..hhn and his well ( I J.malcaMum. .. Ien /e1 7ri ape
T _. .- h._.-h.-U- -- except : .....1Ion! Rum . . .. a tb .bass &I"' Uadard . .... ..)0 I eoGnv.
i that long fit of sickness) for twenty- Or.ad .." I 71 I t.l &I ,., Matt acre. dark ... . ... .. .. ,...100
If the Jacksonville !ball team don'tget Culwrter Imloor\f'C . .. ........ .
of Itoarboa 100
lilac KfI"7. I 11
b oar
"' slide two Jean We would respectfully, remark It W ""*' Ale. ....0"' . . ........ ... . ..... s
oft the toboggan the people that when It comes to keeping i The original ..,Aoorlaent.".. Al uwa oa AU Gouda of Same Uul.neo t.tout.ptJ\u. ,. ........." aw. ...
E of that city won't ear* If they don'ihave .. 1"r1e.I the tobL 011 al' lleaUoa.
well, the Lord Is --- -- .
people Just as much - -
LAXATIVE cough - -
ri Sunday or any ,'LhPf. day ball in. evidence In llalnesvllle and Ocala ss rcmedy.T1. !

games. __._ _. he Is In Lake City.Ocala Kvening genuine AUAMl !T. HANNE BROS JACiifTILLZ.;

Star .. .._._ . _.... .. .
h. rOLE ONKT arid TAR. iotaa H- ---- - --------- ------ --- --- --' i
that Mr -- --- --
It Is said of
ApRie Myers
d JaolllonIII1'our.la" y..... ptvskare. Refuse sabatlivue.f J.... M. Uu.... President H, K. TATLO. Cashier 'f-
smiled for
Liberty, Mo., when sentenced are looking ..
''' to be hung for the murder of her hus big ..h" They broke (into a wholesale >..I -r Mf enl, toy Oao. W. Uroe. Vke Pre.id.nt Lea Gaanawd.et. Cashier .

band. It probably watn't a smile thai house. a few nights ago so ado /Nay .. O.e...",. Ch......

41 1 won't. eecne ol!. save the ,.'allr'. ..-. rake-off.. .. For !Sale" .by J. W. XcCellaoi AMlMANOWOMCs.('.. THE FffiST NATIONAL BAni
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,' The truth regarding Uineaville isall ".'h. street of Palmetto are now
that is needed to to lighted by electricity, and the town Is .. OB G A T'NfES: IT:.L'E.
prove any one soon to have a big hotel. Cea CM Mi* 5.e.aaat.r.tmere.
that have as good a I location ... .M.a. e MLatma..MA
we a* can
---- ...r..d .1.. a11ra.
be found la the State, and there are ...B-a..a ttMat..c. r..br..... THE ONLY: NATICl _' L BANK IN ALACHUA COCapital
State or OHIO. CITY or TOLIIK, iLrcAs r..w e..rw ,'r.aWm?cad CM aM.tM.s
many pleasant spots In Florida, C .IITY. {i"i $ ooR
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- Frank J. Cheery make oath that he ab M peel to eMla .NMp,

An Insane preacher was I looked in the I It i senior partner of ihe turn of F. J. bl 1*.a bM q 1116ta..Mr Surplus and Undivided Profits. . 30,000 00

jail at Ocala with a lot of prisoners. Cheiey A Co., doing business in the r..1 M F
0-. ...-....., a..ksael.a.e..Ia ...
fMIII. .
He preached to them from ft o'clock in city of Toledo, eounty and State aforwsaid ... --.4 -..-...... ..-.al. 1u..,ear....k 1aaao.ta 1k. !...... .C.1
the afternoon until o'clock the next sad that ald ar"Jill pay the a.s..lri r.raae.w.el A&I"v-... re..a.uy

4 day, without Interval and never sumo( O.NK IIUNDBJCD IHILLAK: H.K. TAYLOR. Csukter.ACCtDEHT .
for .uh cwt *ry ClaMoleatarrb that PATENTS .. -.- --- --- .
phased then_, esnt r*. Vttf.O by the wee of th" ', -- "------ ---- *,

CatarrUCjr. FfiANK J. CHKNKV

A Oalneevllle doctor was called toee dworn.fore sne ad asibeeribMt ., "-'J" Vh. -== TI1LLIYE Ll B. F. JORDAN
la my pree>.e.. this 8ik day of De =
man who was la Jo red by a fall ....ber. A. 1>. JSfit, -' \ .._-_ /M.. aLL. eteWMTa-- -C"--- IH # '
a,,: received while working o. a new reeldeae (:JUL). A. W. QLKABOX. ...... . ,.... Wadgy..w.w. ra qpp + '
; *. After Us deetor had ...tel.... K..T_.Y fnue. tte4 .,sags. .,... THE OLDEST
Hall's OvUrrh Cur uUsw &a"r- _... 101...I...s t.dalwty.w -
half- new hooeee w ,.. .
t upwards of a < ea .e Maa.w INSURANCEy
ally aDd aete directly. the blood sack ..... .... wars wase eaara.ew 1HD BEST COM
without Boding hie man, he relU' .4 e4 _-.oeM serfs. d the sysum.8e ............>M ... ..
the fact that there were 'sev.rl bolW- 4 for ...&I-.Ia'-,...

lops goiag up ia the .lty *.d' .be w.aKt F. J. Ctt! ?BY C0. Toledo O. ;tPolatt

'" be obliged to have more d.0 lt. direction 8M bv aU d.a .th. 114. CASNOW
Take KattS
Family rills for ee.stfr>
it he f.oad this rtl.*t that d .1. patios :" Bloc GAlNESVILLE.


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1 THE DAFfcY SUN: GAINESVILLE, FLOPIDA, JUNE *8, 1t)5.! () :5"\ ,i iW

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Via Seaboard Air Line Account Session


Bert Co1Srrjr Tutee Ccrd I The Seaboard Air Line Railway has 50,937 VOTESWere
U l MM4k*MM tans. o.d ty dugt'ou.in .
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: been designated by the Florida Elk
Britf Happening From Various AW] Association all their official route from

,Sections' of State. Florida to th* Grand Lodge S s iou at
Buffalo. It 11"h.. desire to operate a

TIE. MOST, IMPORTANT EVENTS !, orl hat been made.-Apalachicola Florida Elks' special' train to leave Cast During First Two Weeks of
I Time Tampa at 8 p. m.: July Sth. and Jacksonville .
I at 6 a. m. July Pth Th. trainto
Transpiring irl"The Land of Flowers." Letters patent have been issued by "
con.Ut of dining .baggage car and
the of State for the incorporation Ir

Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the i drawing room Pullman sleepers
of the Miami Hardware Company *
Busy Reader-Items of Interest to through to Buffalo without change. Merchants' Library Contest
with a capital of $50,,CK 0 for the ;
Classes. The route of travel will be via Seaboard -
All.. ? purpose of buying and .elllng'mer.
to Richmond, pacing through;
.Th*.colored Mal! ns of Florida celebrated chandise, such'as hardware. 'Alto toown"and7 Savannah, Columbia, Camden and r.

: 1 jt.| Johns day at Daytona on ; operate lat1fDRandpower Raleigh ; R. F. A P.0 Washington,
vessels fur the of freight
.Sunday.r I and Penn R. R. Washington to Buf

+ a All the people' hurt at the Santoswreck and passengers.A falo. Only seventy-five |"*:.npers: are

,{ near Ocala, Saturday, are get-. number of prominent men are required to secure this special< train Clip out Coupon printed below and
.ting along finely. sparing/: neither time nor money to investigate service.

jljfX-he loss fire I : thoroughly/: the Ormond electric Round-trip rates to Buffalo! : and return
by at High Springs en
,..' t the stock of R. G. Bass 'was a severe I' light ordinance soon to be voted from Gainesville $34 M vote for contestant of choice. See
bow to the upon by the people of St. Aoguttin Passengers from Miami and Key your
: owner \
Foremost among the Investigators is
' West will repurchase at Jacksonville.
,, The new A. O. L. depot-at Crystal Judge Corbett. The best' legal advices
Through Pullman sleepers for Buffalo -
River has been completed and it is a SUNDAY'S' DAILY SUN for
being secured for the enlightenment will positively} leave Tampa at 6 particulars..

very, neat structure of the people and some developmentswill p. m. July 8ih and Jacksonville 9 a. v

The books at the Tampa Mid-WIDter come to light within a few days m., July 9th for the Elks and their

Fair are now. being made. November J. T. Perkins, of Levy Bros.', f friends. Secure your Pullinau 11t'ep-1

'22d will be Fraternal day. brought to The True ,Democrat office ing/: car space now.
The National Bank of Petersburg Tuesday a monster tomato, of the Ton. Tickets OP sale at rates named for

will open for business on the first day derosa variety, measuring about seventeen : all trains. July Sib, 9th and 10th but

of July Tt K. Wilson, cashier. inches in circumference and, In order to reach Buffalo for the oj"-n- .This coupon entitles the holder to two votes that can tit out fo s

':"The Tfm s says that the Seaooard Air weighing two and on -haU pounds. log session ask for sleeping cur reservation any institution competing for the beautiful library wheel properly #

Line officials a..ert'tbat they will give This fine fruit was produced by :Mr.: on the Florida Elk' Special. filled oat, signed and returned to the ballot boxes in either the above a.

.'; :. ,Quincy better .railroad facilities. Willis F. Quarterman of the Bradford- A day In Washington sightseeing stores.

.,,: '..:appropriation Is now said to be due neighborhood, and Is a sample of and visiting the government buildingshas '
'.Inadequate to make the improvements what can be.done on Leon county soil been arranged. Name of Institution, . . " . ,

at Miami to have the harbor complete.A by those who know how.-Tallahassee Stop-overs of ten days, within final

True Democrat. limit on all extended tickets, has been Name of Voter . . , .
, number of St. Augustine young .
- -- arranged on the return trip at Philadelphia Tilt: DAILY SlS.)
men have organized a stag: club for That Tired Feeling.If Baltimore and Wa.hiniion.:
their amusement and social enjoy
are languid,depresrediocap- A to New York be taken inconveniently
,ment. you trip can --- ,. - -... -..... _. ....._ --. _..- ..__...
able for work, it indicates that your on side-trip rates of H.

A barbecue was held at Winter Garden -i liver Is ont of order. Herbine will assist Philadelphia to New. York and return,
in the interest of the cemetery nature to throw off headaches, good six days. THE EVER ETT HOTEL
fond. Phantom loop.would have been rheumatism and ailments akin to nervousness The Florida delegation will be personally

a'good diih.Manatee and restore the energies and conducted by James F. Taylor 285 W Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. a

says The Record, has not vitality of sound and perfect health. traveling passenger agent of the Sea

been ,treated fairly by the county J. J. Hubbard, Temple, Texas, writes board, Tampa, Fla. Centrally located, thoroughly repaired and "..'alt'd. Newly furnished. M
school board. It I. a shame to be niggardly "I have used Herbine for the past two For sleeper reservation or other Information European: ...... "

toward the cause of education years. It has done, me more good than write S. C. I'.ojUton.: Jr.,

The lawyers of Tampa will try and all the ever doctors.made It for I.enills the' aud best fever.medicine " passenger agent, or A. O. MaeDonell, :ELI:_ TVT. A.. SON, Pro-pri..e"tnr

get the two Wilder, arrested as being COo. Hold by W. M. Johnson. ""''It ant general passenger agent u _ .. h" .._ __ ___ .. . .
implicated in the killing of O. A. Bran- - Jackionvllle, Fla.Acute .

nen at Plant City, released on a writ of Filipino Apt Scholar

habeas corpus Washington, June 27.-Twenty gears Rheumstisnv

Lakeland ha. organized a company of the Amerlcap educational system! Deep tearing or wrenching pains, occaslooed Fay-Sholes

of their will make the Filipinos understand by gettiniw.rjjIt rough, worse
,to fit op a park on.one many
; "..hen'a' ,rest or on 'first. 'moving the 4
and love American
'parka where people can go for amo.e'meot Institutions according : .
and recreation and the company to Professor Thomas E. E nnls. ol limbs, and in cold or dstrip weather, i.

will have carriages to tote them. Alabama. Professor Dennis, who.ha. cured quickly by Ballard's Snow Lini Typewriter

Anna bust returned from Manila, says Ave ment. Lear Olesnn, Gibson City III.,
Ilrl. B. Antlalme of Tampa has
years of the system In the archipelago writes, Feb. 18, 1803: "A year ago 1 _
Qed the Southern Bell Telphone and
have worked wonders. In almost was troubied with a pain in my back AK! OWIF.IfU:1J:
Company for (15.000dama
Telegraph very town in the Islands is a school It soon got BO bad I could not bead +
ges fur the death of her son by coming THE IIENTMAMIIM:
One bottle of nallerI' Know
bullding,'well provided with books and
\ la contact with a wire at PeSoto park. fnrnlture. The pupils show wonderful! Liniment cored: me." p0W .ty W, M. : ox TIIK: MARKET

\ Company The Apalachicola will hold a Northern meeting Railroad in Apa aptnesa great delight In. learning in debating English In and the 'Rna take Juhtun.ms Army Worm_____In___Alabama.____ U M"IVRCAl I V[ I KTRn[Y D GA ft RD D I HUH _Tabulator ON 'fit

for the of
J laehicola July purpose ,: llsh tongue and in the.study of civil Tuscaloosa Ala.. June. *7.-JJanvclMay0cld. l Every AInchino. t
voting upon a proposition to increaseiti gorernmsnt. Many able Filipino teachers of lloore'" Bridge, In the

capital stock from $1,000,000 to are being' developed! northern jiectlon of thla county, reports F

$3,.&,00> having paused 'a great army of Mghtrct Shirt I Lightest Itunnlngl The :

The "Smoking Tree" to called, near I: Secretary .bunters Relapse worms, which resemble the "army Champion Hr*.
Mr. A. T. Hiuctlej's! residet.ee, attracts : Newport, X. H.. June 27.-Dr. Chas worm" which Invaded this sectlyn Ute the F'ay. ..Sholea. Mora Kay-Wholes Inu.
much attention At sunset! I. Scuddt-n, a Boston specialist arrived some years ago and playing havoc
.. In Gainesville than other machine.
daily, 'what appears to btt a black i here on a special train from33o.tou :with the cotton crop He described any

smoke, {is seen coming frum the top during tbe night to attend Sao tbe worm as about the alas| of a cater

branches. No attempt to discover the i retary of State John Hay, who bad pl/lar/ 'with yellow stripe The road For Sale by.
. .
Buffered a sudden relapse at Lake SUn, for Ifs yard was no lined with tbem

spec, on Saturadf .ot Ms nervous that the earth could not b<> amen THE SUN Gainesville Fla. ,

breakdown but grew very much better .. -- -- -- - ,

after the arrival of the physician ANOTHER WONDER. OF.. SCIENCE.ntt: . -
and today hi. condition became farorable
so . . -" .. .. .. ..-.--..-. -.. . ' ."
than Dr. Scudder arranged te
return to Boston. Dr. Scudder .LLsy .- ....n.. Chet I.... lAel .
at Take The .astL1
: Atlantic .
Cawd IIIr via .
? tributes' Secretary Hay's attack to a a ra

i t t' "e sudden cold ,contracted on his trip teXewbury. .l nc* .. donlc wonders th*.* days Inl&rJlcLrut ,
It Is thought he will be ai; a. welt a. /la chmnlou. Mince FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
YH right In a day or two. Adam lived the t>ama rfl b.- tn VI. YII VI.
troubled with dandruff for which no hair North asps.. East Soothe-West t aMu.wruo.irt pe.o '
hoot preparation has hr.tofcra pr v. Stimulation Irritation.( cur until N.wtny. U..pkw" WM INe.'a.L1e JNY.: rIU. > ri G'
put on the mulleot. 111*. aekmMA prep
Tn ca.. of stomach and liver troobl
aration that kill theieue .. that m,,".. Rapid Transit and Unaurpuwed Berrice
the treatment fa stimulate' .
proper *iwtru these organs without irntstlai them. to pt at elM root ot th* hair wr* Time Table 'In *JT. it April II. IK*. 4m

Orino Laiativa Fruit Syrup aid*4'l' **- It tape tb* vttaJltr; CUA%* ICddnc *ralp, Depart rot OAINfHVU.LE ArL! !!!
r JHn* hair a n4 flnaltjr baltn.With.- ---- ,., -- - ; :::':'::-:-:-_' ,.:'.:.: ::::::::;::::
lion aDd stimulate the llrer and bow* cut darxfrarr h.Jr. mast .
rw tttxwrUnUr iw sad 1..., f A:80.
Npnnp mIMily
Hs wl'hoUllrr"aUr.. thts orjraaa Ilk. It ,. th. only "..troy.. *f p Ms or ordinary .emiharllec. It do*. V>I4 br t..dlnK .". *..hl.. H ttt4.... m.-dlat. rO..1e ._ Dally
wot .ao..te or grip and is mild and In st.mpe for .l I* >,Tfc IIrc ... ;; ;:i.....bur.T.- ._,., and - -- 140p
pleasant to take. J. W. MeCollam A 4 eo. X> irit. )Ilea.J. 12116,11I"1'o
I t4IrJrHtdl.... roa... Dally
Company. .,- K. B4lfrd, M c... KpccU Jlgtrats ,

CloM Per Droe4.Jthle..laad -. ,-..-_-. ._-- ---. -..._-.- 23UOpm I raJa'ka, Jaekmoovllk, llipp.s ,

isy Dr. E. H. Armsfmg \\la.., Jone 7 -Cy tbt IF YOU LOVE YOUR Dally North, last and Wed Dally

C&1>fI1I1J1C of a boat m Ratabow rapfda, 12bpnr High ',rlap{ WayeroM. Bavaaaa*, ttra.-wUk, liUpos
ta tae \\nsceasla, river -1-I Ailaata all rotate' North, East West t Dally
sear Nvwboltf, Dally Albany, :
k' .f Jack".IIII.THE WIFE DINT I .-- -, ,. ..... -. r
a small slstloa OB tae Northwcattra.
i to I sib
road 6 mile aorty ot JUiaeUaoVreigtit ' 1116 p I a
THE LE-BIXH ETE A5ID SEKTEJOP Koh.Il., Ml aa pjr and dim
persons are rvporUd to lave. ROAST lEI Dally I I>aU,

"I"ECUU4T IXOXIDA { keen drowsed. ta tae anaJl trail -.. '. .--- -.-- M - --.- ---.- a .
were Vr*. bra Craw and .Mr*. JKA: By eoaspeUiac"'r 141 tlfc. family 1
L la making a!* tour of the State will! ward Craw, wivea of two aomet* 4 '; bread during ta. hot soormvr" noatfcs.Boy 9 Daily iBO a m I High Hpriags !>til.i i'

booor GAINESVILLE with a vUll m en. with aU caUdrtv. AH lost tti.I.U joor Brd,.. .t.Moaday ... ......"
j JUN;; 30 to JtTLY aDd can be saa ,... :-;- .. -;';':"':= ':;.'.-=:"=:. ...:.. .;...:;::,-';'--:- '.. > .':',_ -. --:
1 the BROW HOlfaK.Doctor's :: .- I .Keystone Bakery. I................ ......... 11ebta.ICIOd aver ll/XA.UM ot...... t*. prt*. 3
IA'f Cur C.n.uADtl.rt. .. .. .1_ railway la tlto BoaU> m StaU are M Ml. by Ik* .,.........<..(..
n. l p* iaiU{ are the Eye* I fcraojh hU.... sleep fort 9r .,. Vi New York via AlUatU Oo *tUrn
,D4ltervoas*y.t.w. H..daeb.e.5se D. A. .A. nrrn.Hc Tiseb" Arlit.. .rtkt t ,. a..r aJ.... wort ad mo*.,. .t al* vU AttaaU COM Line aad ile.Ih.A lUUway.IW alt
ael Trooblee, and tae Straigjkuaiag *f "rot.?. .y sad Tar fa ta e b-tpr crash 0ra4 p.Ume{Ashy ......... "'....,-.*all e.
P Cros Cj*. without oprttUm. . molds To all parts of ta* ei.ry. Alto Casa,
> f.raUo. for oaga*. said I.airtwbi J. A. GOODWIN. TUkt Agraf.rt 0aJ..H&.
vi.t.d by th* I>* .! DIM
Pies end of
A lew point f' n.'i pvodaetton
I know wt Is fue.wenry .AU ,
ees.eanpptle. new r
... *, C.dsrK.yJ.ly
with data s Broa Cr-k Jalir,Jaly 4.WU-: I* ta. first .Ia..* .... Y.. t IN. gs.dera..p4ontas.kak.. Alf ltaBO VL TOJr. tH.. Tv s. Aft. W. O.VtABX T..,,*..... lg.
r 4: Otter .:r .... s .p 1t JtaltdlsfJa.kseM11.. Ilia. '
7 De.. asses beard of,s.af o** -.1'0"-. I 1M W. h1"'I A tor ,
p'; ,......J.., ..i 10'lon.w.Ocala,Jaly Jaly;W to !laser sad Tar..*4 ... b.4pg" ._.lid.. ...... ....T.'IIau1L8.Pftr... . ,......... ..,..... B. i.. KMTKSOa.Tmf. fagr? W. J OAItI.Qe.Vsst. tit.,
k zsrll. Jsly '
.v \ rlryaJuly 12jj" J. W.Kc MJ..& Co. < ....,. ...... 'J-. 4171tmisgtos.L 0. WUasfagt.tb.. Q.
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TOOK FOtAON '" A. :Jap..e.. T.....
In ;Japan It appears that one factor G.
VOU'u. Matl ushek Pianos of daughter' ,
Low Sick' .rid "f. by 8watlowina entering Intotbe choice a .
z CartoolUTAolo. n-law Is her skill In raining silkworms. .. Retailers and Jobb in

There Is more to this than appears on
Memphis, June &7 ... Believing him-
< of the statement for It
the surface
self to be a victim,"'of;unrequited lose NOTED FOB.8WEET5ESM IAD PIELXT ) seems that the thread spun by a silkworm Staple and Fancy Groceries

Harry ,R. Grandlson9 carbolic ,, yean old.awa.1lo.e4 OF'. TONE, renTER ASDDUBAB1UTT. is regular and even In proportion ,
acid within sight of aa tbe.worm baa been regularly

Lila sweetheart and after walking' a and carefully fed. The prospective grain gardes" Seed and Fertilizes. "
few yard sank upon the lawn of a mother-in-law carefully and minutely ?

&chool house In":North 'Memphis, where examines the garments of the aspiring GAINESVILLE.
he and 'the object of his Affections bride, judging of her qualifications by
Best piano for this tryinge41mate.. stands lntuse
tad been ela..mate.-Cor years and exp.rta longer than others, constructed their condition. Highest market priee paid for Chickens. Egg and other Prtxfoee'

tr4tOt'e'itd' could reach !hint .To best Materials, and most artiauewortanaeshlp ..
14 Th. Mum Wh "*... WU.lu.
the'tlrfe mother,,. a week ago youngQran4lsnri'bldg obtalstable.
( /declared that b. In. Up to date every There are some people who through A Complete stock of Hay, Corn Oats. Floor, Bran Heal, Cotton Seed Meal. .
take detail and Un- slackness, fodlfference or sheet? terrorof and B Ww handle only the VERY BEST good at the LOW J
tendedo his Ufa. This afternoon eqaa1e4.8o1d their fellows go through life auffer- EST PRICES and guarantee satisfaction al nif.. ''

is beappUred; at,, the house of 4, neighbor lag many unpleasant things without ___.. V_
i' ,'*herr'''the young lady was visit- by us eontinooasly to, protest. They dislike "fussor they 'I "
Jnt&aCS..ked for a bucket of water. are too careless or happy .0'lucky to .,
i "Wlti-exi. dba. Need o:f
? Ju>t:after he left the lic>use be drew OVER THIRTY YEARS avert themselves; bones they com off / / .

,ja'phlal:of'poison from bin pocket: and badly .......,wb.re. Th... are the men '
without failure. If
single Ton
S aJ ,drank,the ,contents. want a piano for a lifetime's who always get the uncooked! cbope
'Two'letters were found In his pocketone service bay; 'h.1VIathushek. and the tough cuts off the Joint-Lon- JOB PRINTINGSezici

s \.-- addressed to his mother who Is ; don Saturday Her lew.Ascum .

,.,r ute to CVveUnd, 0., to attend the T
A. ......r.. c-.
+ funeral of her mother the other tohi
; with quaUtr.Oa .
Fries as low aa Is eoosUteat -Ilave you seen anything of
,, .* two .I.tertl. In which h P said: .b or oa er "n a. Seat oa It dais' JIgglns lately Doctor-Tes. I prescribed "ITo-iaa Order --to:

> Try and take my life for an exam trial" We par 'relsrht. Write a trip to Europe for him only

4t pie and never make another think you for rto.. TODAY thl. morning. Ascum-Indeebt' He's '

love him better than life." getting wealthy Isn't be? Doctor- THE SUN' JOB OFFICE

Well I can remember when I used to
MOTHER KILLS FOUR CHILDREN. Ludden & Bates prescribe for him simply a dose of sodium

bromide for tbe same complaint.A -Work Ex.eo.utied-:

And Then Attempts to End Her Own
Existence. Southern Music House Prw...t ....*. suffered embarrassment % Neatly Promntlv and -, Artistically.
"Many people hpve
Grand Lake Colo., June" 27.-Mrs.
SAVANNAH. GA. because of their eocisl aspirations. w
Watt C. Gregg shot and killed her four "
children and to take her MURPHY .
attempted JOHN D. Mr "
"Tee, answered Miss Cayenne. Before
own life today. The woman U la a critical .
? 1870 the swim
ESTABLISHED yon Insist on Kl."ttlngloto SOUTHERN RAILWAY.Effective
condition from ir In the
:yod want to make quite sure you are a .
aide and may not live till, morning GAITH ER .& BRYAN, State Ag'ts, swimmer."-Washington Star. .
May 28, .
The, tragedy Is believed to have been TAMl'l. FIXR1U1. - .- 1905.

committed by the woman during a tit Dying of FamineIs
Vestibule Trains East No. at No. 20 North anti Wt'st. N. laLv
of. temporary Insantlty. in Its torments like dying of con
Mr. Gregg, whu was on his way to DUST OF THE, DESERT. sumption. The of J.cklon..tlle.. .80. R7 9 lOa 7 55pLv I Jacksonville ? . .80. R,. 745p'

a neighbor's house, heard shots In the progress COD.ump.&lOD. L't' Je.up . . .So. Ry 1140m 10 4Op. Ly J..up, Ga. . ...So. R7. 10 rop
i- I< !. on Am Ie"... tmt t It I. Unt !_- from the beginning: to the very LYBnann.h..So.R7 120pl1: a At Macon. (in. . .So. Ry. 800aAr
direction his
of home and
F- own hastily par., Llk. City n.... end. Is a long torture both to victim Columbia, ' .So. R7 85bp 6001. Ar Atl.at.. Ga. . . . .80. R 5204ArCharlotte
;> returning, found,bls wife lying wound A traveler! In Egypt/ writes: "With all and friends. "When I had.eon.ump- . . .So. R, 10lAp: 965& 'Ar kome. Oa. , . , ,80. R,. 130a

ed on the doorstep and three of the Its heat and duet the desert has Its tioa in Its first stage," writes Wm. )( Ar Greruaboro. .No. Ry. 113. 12 519 Ar Dalion. U..., . . .Sa. R,. I 525a'
I,' children lying on the floor In pools of chnrms. True the desert dust I. an ArDan..llI..S..It, 221. 210p ArCh.ttanoo. Tenn "So. By. 9434Ar .
blood. The other child was sitting In amll'ilon. for wteu certain evil winds ers of Oearfoss, )' d., "after trying different Rlohmond . ..8H1 65a 842p Ar Lexington K7. "Q. ek O. 520p: ,
medicines aDd a good doctor, In Ar Cinelnnnti. 0. . . & o.
.. .Q 740p
a chair dead. The children ranged blow tho desert t. shrouded In dust- Ar L,ne hb urIC. . ,...0. 't, 4314 420p.! .: -
I vain, I at last took Dr. King's New Discovery Charlottesville 818& 6 Lv Ceno.orats. U. . . Big } 840pAr
;. in age from six months to eight years.Train vast swirling/ clouds through which no Ar So. Ry lOp .our
eye can see. Hut when the dust storms which. quickly and perfectly Wa.hington.So. Ry 950a 950p Ar ChieIRn.lll.!.! : : BIll: Four 110a

1 hare Mown over and the denert Is cured me." Prompt relief and sure- Ar Baltimore, ,P. R. R. 1180" 1126p Lv Cinuwuosti. U" . Line. S SSp
Load of Watsrmelons.' for coughs colds Ar W. Ph'del'ia P. R, R. 14p; 2llba Ar Chiealfo. 111. . P. Lin" 7104
TbOmasvllle, Ga. June 21.-1"roba. calm aic'ilu' you forget the dust for cure sore throat
Ar New York . .1' R. R. 413p 8 BOa Ly CU1Clnllau. U. ,
e bronchitis Positively .0.1I..t U. S
eto. prevents 46pNo.
the rt Jut Is dusty dust, but not
bly J the largest Individual of '
pneumonia. Guaranteed at all drugstores. FloridsExAr Chieaan III. ..Monon 123.
dirty dust. Compared with the aw UN ew York and
watermelons ever sent out of this sec Price 60o and 11 bottle. Trill on-
a 1.Y Uucenuati O. C. H. A D. 9 45p
ful ontinlc dust of New York London pr...' Dail' Pullman Drawing Room
3' tlon was, shipped! by James MoKlnnon.a. bottle free. Sleeping Oar Port Tampa and JacksonAr Toledo, 0..C. H. & D. IS 204till.

local comlsslon merchant The or Pprls It Is Inorganic aDd pure."On .- .- _-. -- -- to New York. Ar Detroit, Mich.: . " .P. M. 72t5"
those strips of the Libyan and
};l' shipment comprised one entire trainload No. ao-"W.lhlnlrton and Florida Ly nolnllati. O. Pa Line. 880pLimited.
Arabian d..rtl which lie along theNile THE SUN
Ar P'tUburlr. Pa , .P. LIDe.
of about 30 cars. The melons ." Dally Pullman Drawing IS Mr.

"were bought by Mr. McKlnnon: from be shredded desert dust Is largely madeup Room Sleeping Car JackaonYllle to Ly CIDcinD. O. . . Bile Four 980p
of withered
royalty, of JOB PRINTING New York. ArClev.land,0 . .BIJjFoor: 843aLv
MltoheU 8aodgraa, who have a Pharaohs for the
of faded ,
L1s L4slolttoo. K,. . .80. R,. 5 3Op
200-acra: melon farm only a abort distance I
tombs of queens and king are counted DEPARTMENTMakes ThnuJlrIt. "The Land of tile 8'1" Je. SO Ar Louisville KJ .So. R7. SlOp
c from town. The melon crop here by the hundreds and of their Ar St tnuia. Mo . .So. Ry. 732a

r Is panning out nicely throughout this t! royal progeny and their royal retain- 14. JaokloD't'1lI.. Fl. . ,Bo Rr 7 Mp AI' . .
section. A, great number of cars have 'I I ers by the thousands. These deslccat'e a Specialty of All Kinds Ly Savannah G. . , .So. Ity 12 16& Ar Birmingham Anniston Ala .. .80.,So, B7 it,. 11454 9404
ArColuMbtkS.O, . .So.Ry 6004
v been shipped loaded with melons averaging .' AI' Asheville N. Ry 150p
{ ; as much as from 36 to 40 I, that they are now quite antiseptic. of Plain and Fancy Ar Hot 8prlol.. N. O. "So. Ry 281p Ar Kansas CItJ.'Mo' . Frl.eo 940s

pounds. This la. considered Unusual "Oust of these dead and gone kings Ar Knoxville Tenn . .80. 1t7 800p :Memphis: I 'f enn , . 8 BOp

for a run of 800 melons' such as Is required makes extraordinarily fertile soil forYl'Cl't.bl. AI' Louisville. . . .So. Ry 8 fIO& Hot rlnlr_. Ark. . . . 9aaAI'S'

to fill a car.I gardens when_ Irrigated_ __ with CommercialJob . . . . .So. Ii 468p No.18hTb.. Florida Llml'ed.
{ .. the rich waters of the' Nile.d Their Ar Olnelnna'I, .Q ek 8154 Dally. Solid vestibule train through i
_pt i', also saM make excellent day coaches and Pullman
s mummies are to Sleeping
Fatal Oust In Sick Room. I I No. 8O-DaU Pullman Drawing
Can J.ebODYille to ClnclnnaU.
for the brush.
1'aJucah Ky.. June 27.-J. J. flplnk. pigments Printing Room aDd Buffet Sleeping Car between No. 19-Pullman Drawing Room
and HetcM Cleopstra and Hstasu-all
: an Illinois Central railroad conductor ; JaeklO1I9me and CIDclnaaU. Sleeping Oar between Jaek.onvllle.
these dead and turned to
great ones
and his brother I law J. J. Walt...!' Birmingham. Memphis. Kausu City
i|i clsy-wben properly ground make a . .For. . Excellent DI.laC Car 8enlt'fl. and Colorado SprlDjIS. '
1 a piano tuner *inra1, I. a pistol duel blJl\l; with
rich umber mint popular
la a room of the foiri" ers home wh.r.1!I

his wife and their itcw-born baby lay. artiste: Business Men, ARRIVALS AT"JACKSONVILLE.

Bpluk was killed bud Walters su badly Tk. Si..,. K..... From New York Washington etc.-No. :29, Washington and Florida Lim
(ited." .:00..
wounded that he riled a short time The family name of the Htuarta was Professional Men
From New York Washington etc.-No. S3, "Washington and Florida Express .
later. The Infant died from shook originally, as Mr. 13ayley observes, ." 8z20 p. m.

and the mother Is kept alive by artificial KltMlan., The origins 1 Walter Fits- Manufactories Etc From Cineinnati Asheville eu>.-No. :29, "Washington and Florida Lim f

is means. A trivial matter Is said I.laD. brother of the ancestor of the Ut'd" 9:00 a. m.

to have been the cause of th.f shooting ''. dukes of Norfolk was lord high stew From Chicago Cincinnati. Atlanta etc-No. 14, "Fla. Li mi ted,"9:83 a. m. ,
Blanks Short Notice. ,
this clrcumatance Legal on r
cal of Kcotlsnd, and front
ttplnk bad t> a conductor on the his branch of the family - J. C. LUSC, District Passenger Agent, 108 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, FU. '

Memphis rsttroud for branch numter of the of IIIlnol..otr.1. : apiwars to have adopted the name of The following letter from one of oar 8. H.IlABDwtcr.P.T. WV.. H.Taxies, O. P. A. Baooca,Moaa*:y, A.O. P. A ;.'

is a yranrSteamer 1 Htewsrt. When the change began Is mail order ustomis I is self-explans- ,-_ . -_.__ ,, ,.
I not certain but It was probably not tor---.* i
Sink a Schoonsr. later than the time of Alexander UM LouUville. K,.. Feb. 27, 19)6.II. ( '

Cape Henry, '.a. June :T. ,-,". :Nor. !great.grantUon of Walter Kltsalan. for H.Gainesville.MeCreary,. Fla. Gainesville & Gulf Railway Company\

fr wegUu. stfamrr 0.l ...t...+ I 1\'ln.oll, Taptain both his son*--Jamem, the grandfatherof Dear Si,. Received the printing

5' $ r.lu"n. had her how badly dam. '' Itobert II. end all the Kcotllsb Stewart matter In due ,Im*. .nd will ay thai Time Table la effect April B. 1906 ;.,"

a..d In a cojllslon at era with the klnir. and John, the ancestor of It perfectly satisfactory.. I like the -

schooner Clara K. Itvrcrn, Captain, KAwards. '' l"urtl l.. rnl..y -api.ri r to have borne envelope 110 much. Many thanks. for ;:

j ?, . The schooner was ..nll. but the name of tltewsrt.Mutes and your prompt attention In tilling order. aEao't I INo.s.
( Yours truly Daily No. 4. $o.L No. L I No. 3
I'-fi the crew was said l bJ the 1lumols.l, _.. -- )1... M. O. Coeat rsv.La" Daily !)aUI'. I 8TATIOYK. Dati,. Dsn.as0 of
The l1.r.. sailed from New York i
on _.. .
TM a K ll. Randal I l tins
June 1C for ('l1a.I<<,,(oll. H O The I "1 don't MW why jou asked Mr. Bohr Send order to THE SUN rI
dy umols Is a frultrr and was on her to slag.' call. .. the popular girl's sister. I ,
way from Manes to luutlmore "I hated to U It.- was the reply, "but ----,.- ,M1..--- _. ,-..-- L. A NtLV P M'L" A. M At. P\Ar\ PM rpg }

----- It was the only way to make him stop t 45 2 15- .... ........ ....__l"aIraelcl." ......... -.....j 170: el0 c
'-- ttlklur." mm COUNTY 66 2 35 ........ ... ...... .1"1.__.... _.... 107 eoo
Died at Age ef 97 Yssr*. -- ----- ROO 2" ...... .. .... .. ODD ...... ....... ....... 00 au

an.t-.bum. 04?: Juu. J7-..Wllllsm T. tfc. $..... Mr.ttlrubb. Aleohua Is Inarea. a (t6 2 M ....... ....... .atos d..... ... ........f" U 610 ?X
806,400 aeres
county 8 10 300 ....... -.. 1IM1t........_........... I" '
Gould (MiuU>ly the oldest cltlun oil "boat a., well bred casnMUer has :248 miles railroad 800
i S 1& 110 ...- _'_ LAk..I..toa...... ...12 U a 4AS
Uulluch in>unty, died 84tur4ar Uti, Ut' Hum Ur (who doesn't ttke miles wagon road M 27 poetofitoee. so 1' a 10 ....... .... ... XI-.oP7 ......... ........1230, 6.
bows was < miles front this place': hlni>-,He ought to be. Ills father Is a 123 patio::'t. sehools_11I1., phosphatehats courthouse S Jf a 40 ..... ... ... ....Tenons...._ .... 112:10: 120

where hw had lived for Cft Jura |II|_ baser ._ five saw 174.000, and 8 U I I t.5 ....,... ......... Ylrkwood........ ........ 12 la 'ISII i..
-- --- newspapers prodao.e 50 1 65 ......a. .......... CI'att.... ...... ....... 1210 519a
55 : cane here frvn Ireland la 1>IO li. l'o all the good yon can to all the corn, eottost. rie4t. sags OS J. 16 ... .... .... ....WaaaiJaeota.... .... .\.... 12 co 456a

was educated la his Mother country t-ple you can as beg aa ever Jew oats., .rye.peaches potatoes, Potts plaeapplee plums,, ortag. .-. 16 4 40 ....... ........Reek' Potot....... ... ... .11 44u '
y for lb. Chathullc priesthood, It* rn In p .UM J .00 .. .... J .... 17 ail 41G
I every place yvu C'aILI oats and all hinds of TegvtablGainesfille .. ... ..9alsrnttlle....... }
5Lv 10
was a7 years of age sad was a pro 1100LvSI ) 0 9D 1010Al. 00
>.rous farmer. I Cures o'd; Sores.Westmoreland. II &.S S q lb1 .. ........Be11..,.... ..... 116 .. s. iS
t the Count} Seat 1200 S UTa' ......-CJTU. ........ a to 1 10 Jiff k,
I Kans.: May ft, 18O1Uallard liS) TOB 712 -, ....araaaan.. ... .... $22 : a 22 tIC

PIS' Fir In N..'.w4I1.. Hnow l.lnlmeat Cwt Yoor Has fourteen ehurebee, two pobltoebools IS to t t 1.AT" .. ..M.peoa ctty..... 170 a 10 Rio

biaahvtlle Tas, Juae IT,-Mrt lathe Snow Liaiment eur+4 aa old soreoa the East rtoiidaHemUiary, .. :: a 50 10110 ....Palatka: Q. 8 t r.. 5 so S OD a

Mk ;$ retail skosplag 4U-u'd cawed the side of chin that was ..<, private .eho la. three newsnapers.United :: : ''M_...... .4S. ,..i.' .. , .. ... .,...
I I my t.p po :4..... lastd .... the beet .,. "'1 141 r... t 06 n .....,
'JI'! damage estlsaat'4 at between "OO.OM to b. a caneer. The sore was stubborn water. Sre alarsa .,.......el..ute .......\........ 110 _Tv"la)"..0.1 8. A. L..i, I U ........ ...., .
", ADd "".000. The flame were discovered and would not yield to 'tM'...'. unit and gas lights taro Me faetAris.maeatste .. .,' .... 11 (5 11 en Q. R. a 1... 1 10 11'0J '

t ti la tie Palace, a big depart- t tried sew Liniment, which did shops, thrr. wood faaiorlee .. '- a Y 4 2Q :..J .....Meese. Q. 8. p. ...i,1110, U to ..... < :e

;; \' tnent store, oocvpled by Harris Dro the work U short order. My sisterMrs. I ,eo"" fia,two moss faetortee, A' .Pit?.Ar Tas.t.K.lAr eo! Tub P.-J,PO .....Jltl.at C.olOa. { T 10 co ...... .
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ofaetaHBg .... .Ue, 01 fiber
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Trains I asxl t do SUM
ii ran between
' tJ. stint. Tke flams vjir4 rabidly that It is a eaacer, !M...e Mad N.ata. ra..,. two beaks. ,ant well Oalaeerille and falrfieU floaday

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THE EYES could not pell. His handwriting ,I The Flair of E-lam.. I LOW RATES EnTBZNm: : a o s
.EXERCISE also! bid .
110 n" to glee rise to the rumor
: "I am anazed.: : writes an American .... ., #.
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that te nsel"' umlc.-iplicrnMe characters visitor, I .
"at what seems to be a custom

GYMNASTICS THAT MAY WORK AWAY to conceal the rut that ho. lu Kuglaud of Mowing loud trombone I Via Louisville & Nashville: DR DEVERE B. MORRIS, ,
FOR GLASSES. master of Inf'p. muM not : (' L':_..< on the human nose. lu first
Trench orth \irri|>hy, In the early class railway carriages; restaurants, "'
of the eng0irr'|' a man of modest ni> churches In the street, one U startledby Railroad . .DENTIST., . .
A C". .k Tmtwe./ Which Will pro"entod liim!'eif before the
emperor. these Bounds, generally explosive: I ',
.._....... the. 11..el.. ._d Which Who are ,roll?" asked Napoleon sometimes sustained. Old men chit The following low round-trip rates ,
!. ......*.. hrTr .. EUpcrt. !. the. "S'rf.'! 1 /had the honor at Brlenne dren and delicate ladles seem to b* from Jacksonville to various points
t...' of. the Eyes.i fifteen months to le mark North and Weal will be in effect on Offloe over M.roa KndelX I'bon.79-: rtaurs
give writing nd<'pta at It, I. It a or a soundof
Eye gymnastics constitute one of the tv> jour majesty. delicate breeding! It is merely an dates how n. 1'roporuonatfly! low rates

1 .applications of the principles of practical "V 'u tnruedrinit a nice pupil!" Instance of tbe national mannethat from other points : J A. CARLISLE, '

physical. culture as employed for the .emperor with vlvaclt ,,..s"I conpraMilate I you on ;your success!" Nevertheless American la startled at the trombone account LPWUOlark Centennial Fair ATTORNEY: AT LAW
the of restoring.
purpose normal coiulilons
L 4 the i lie confem-d a pension ) of the Untili&h nose. But the Ticket sold cfrlain listen May\ :2J to And Solicitor In Equity q
to diseased !body. Anything'Which his old master. Englishman always has a cold and' Se|>t. :28, with tliihl limit 9" days. y.

will obviate the necessity of put ... that fact seta the note of the national SX: FUAXCISCO and 1 1AI-5 ANUE-
ting on glasses! la to be welcomed aa (- And travel find : Real Estate, CouvejanciiiK and General
J 'WOMAN WITH WILL.- manners. as we we iE.CAI.-Rate"lt0; '. l'teketssold
A 1'ractice. All business. promptly "i
everybody who has become a slave to many startling thlnjr, We note that certain date! April 10 tn1IJ:1111t:: 14, In.elusive attended to. Office next dour to Bun:
spectacles will agree. In'matny cases The. Way .!*..!. Bmrtlftt O.T|. o. the German makes strange ue of his ; tInal return limn \txicisv* from oftioe. (UAINKSVILLK: FLORIDA.
of muscular weakness of the eye: certain ColIt.-4 11.. awtary,. knife at table. Reaching the Bumnler'rcurla date of, sale, not to exceed: Nov. 30. _

exercises which u My betaken at .Jessie Bnrttett Davis was,* of the Black sea we find tbe DENVER: COLO.Ialt'1:1.63.: acCount ' .G
r borne without apparatus will result in of Indomitable will and with a sto neighboring lady bathing without ..a International Epuonh League) FERDJNANDYER.,
a cure. The symptoms qf muscular vf self confidence born of a bathing dress. It Is merely a matter of "ouvemiou l'ickete rood .limn Zit: to ATTORNEY AT LAW.UAINIUtLLI ,
weakness Include pain through theeyes latltnde. The flag of England Is tbe July 20, inclusive ; final return limit t,1
outdoor life. When not engaged' > FLORID.
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and a tendency on the part of the handkerchief and the morning bugle lathe .
lids tq close. Sometimes it becomes. theatrical life her entire time was devoted nose.-Txmdon Chronicle. BUFFALO.: N. Y.-Uat.. $:t' tO. account --
difficult to keep the eyes open and to'outdoor r pursuits. On Annual Meeting Grand !Lodge Can sell jour city property, (improved -
there Is a vogue sensation as though ranch In California she tamed and Brld.IC_..le ored. B 1'.0 E. Tb'ket. sold July 8 to 10, and unimproved), phosphate,
some Invisible force was tugging at brouchoi. herded cattle and sheep Bridegrooms are usually considered Inclusive(! ; final return limit July 2i.NAStIVILLErTENNRate &. trucking and farming lands. Bead' hima
her chickens with list of what you offer for sale 21420
one side of the eye. until the victim atteuded to } necessary! to the wedding frwtlvltlea the $16 :2B, _.
wonders If he is not- becoming cross facility. This combined to make world over about the only land where account 1'eahody College; Summer ----- - -

eyed. In such cases strong glasses support , a good business woman and with ; they are regarded as unnecessary be- School, Vanderbilt Biblical Institute w. }:. UAKKU. $
\ the weakened, muscles and relieve muscular activity- back it. ing Polynesia. There the young man Tickets old certain dates June 11 to J
the symptoms but they do not effecta ;Mrs" 1)a'ls"a8 once engager to & who would a-woolng go turns the matter July 4 ; final limit feptember 30. ATTOHNJ.Y-A.LA'V

cure. Sometimes they are necessary, In a vaudeville company lu New over to his parents and friends and KNOXVILI.E, TENN.-Rate tie Rfl\ . SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY.: . .
but otjfn, on the contrary, persistentand city. The manager of the theater takes to the woods_no dlftloult matterIn account Summer School of the South
systematlcexerclslng of the muscles famous for his negligence In : that part of the country The. family Tickets! sold (certain data. June 18 to
.. will l'e tore them to a condition of demands of performers whom be proceed to traffic with the parents of July 1ft, Inclusive ; final return limit UAINKSVILLK:, Alachua Co., FL4.
health. engaged, and. In fact there were u the bride elect and after a more or less September 80. Office*in Kndel Block.
Let tbe first exercise be taken for the rumors about checks bearing hN" signature !:: ...stt"lldt'l.IaliaTt r the! arrangements! are For full Information schedules and ,. ---- -- IL
of strengthening the muscles being returned from the rates to any point North and West call
purpose brought to a satisfactory conclusion.
of accommodation. Extend the band with the ominous words. "No: on or.writs GEO. E. HEUltlNU.) Flor DR, J. H. ALDKKMAN,
Then ensues' a festal time with feast- ida ..."f"njlOrp..nt., L. A N. R. R.,
at arm's length with the first finger written across their faces.At speechmaking' and other forms:! of :208 \\-( .t 41ay St.. Jacksonville.) Fla.
pointing upward. Fix both on the conclusion of her ;week's engagement L _
eyes celebration until at last the nuptials
Mrs. I>avls received .. .
this digit and slowly bring It toward a \ are announced and the groom makes
the face until It touches the tip of the for her salary. That was his appearance among his friends !ntheory
nose. Then slowly carry It away from nl ht. and It was an open secret to ever at least sufficiently hungry for
Dutloo Co. Hack, O.l.savilDK .
the face again until tile first position la }Inxly that she had engaged pl1-.a human companionship to regard his

reached. Do this three or four timesat on a steaniKhlp leaving the bride with more than usual complacency.
first keeping both eyes constantly Wednesday"' for Europe where she .

upon the raised! ,finger throughout the planned to take a long rest. The proprietor --.--.. GORDON W TISON
operation described. of the Broadway hotel Huge Task.
The second exercise consists In turn- she was .stopping obligingly cashed DKNTIhT.Offlos tltd
It was a huge. task to undertake the
check. It was returned to him Tuesday
Ing the glance upward and then downward -
as far aa possible without altering afternoon as. worthless. cure of such a bad cue of kidney di.- ,
the position of the face. Repeat Mrs. Davis took back the rl"pudla .. ease as that of C. F. Collier of Cherokee -
this two or three times at the first trial paper and smiled grimly. "I will ..., but Electric Bitters did h. lo MlUrr Law Km !ksca"e.UAISMVILI.S. 1 u

and then vary the exercise and bring a It all right this! evening. she lie wiliest "My kidneys were" so far FLA.

new set of muscles Into play by turning Armed wltb a stout cane she went gone, I could not lit on a chair withouta _.
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the eyes first to the right and then the mdnnger's office that evening cushion ; and suffered from dreadful

to the left as far as possible, the face stick serving as excuse for a limp backache, headache, and depression, r Tin: WEBT END, 1
to a "slight sprain. she \'('(
remaining motionless. After two or : '
In Electric Bitten, however I found a FINE (VINE H, LIQUORS A OIUAR8
The received( her with .' t'M
three movements of this character, manager
cure, and by them was", restored tto per .
:with the face still in the same position embarrassment and listened to th1 feet health I recommend this great JOHN MENJlta,1'rovrle/or. tlielit
carry the glance to Its full extent first 1 story' of the check told quietly and tonic medicine to all with weak kid W..lIa' ....JsctiiK>BtUls.na. '
to the upper right band corner of the moderate language.; ney. liver or stomach. Guaranteedby -
eye, after that to the lower left hand ..It was a mistake", on the part of i all druggists ; price 6Oc. Faust beer,bottle and draught. Don' $

corner then to the upper left band cor- bookl-eeper," he explained. The -- -.. fall to call on me when In Jacksonville i

ner and from there to the lower right fellow, should have known that L"I GU ESVILl.r.'H FAfI'ORITFRESORT. : -.. -
band'corner.To manager's account lu that td'4' ? 7J
. complete tbe series) of exercises bank had been closed out long ': : MAX .KRAUSS,
J rotate the eyeballs In their sockets two nut If Mrs. I>a\U would watt a !, ,
/j minutes ho would give her check ( Representing<<' ; )
or three times causing the glance to a Kerosene? Knit: Inc.

making reach the the extreme circle. limit of vision In Another without fall.bankhlcU would be Alachua Pool Parlors Absolutely the safest and most economical E.; A. 'V ElL & CO., :;:;r w

power now on the market, AllS
But Mrs. Davis. was not ' ,
It la that these exercisesbe
necessary ..... Write,
| -Ifi to 20 horse |power forprices.
employed with caution at first for checks.! She wee, to leave for .
otherwise they .will tire tbe muscles the next morning and nothing but C. Hares I'nlprletor.
r and bring on dizziness or headaches. hard, cold cash would satisfy ber. This engine U not a "Jack st all Or All Uerrlptlens.Hole .
t rl. and
trades" with dynsmo Htt *
The be. bard to realise but manager,: was olidurate> and Mr. 4
4 ., fact may ) _.
sundry irinK *r* tn keep you "lIzal" -
insistent. Then' It '
the whole practice Is exactly the same but It 18 a "Cracker Jack" lu Jo your
i( In character and effect aa the exercising into a wordy war. and Mrs. )&" Located in the Porter Block, south work and no mistake, Bold under full Agents forVOMAHCII and HUJER.EIU .
F of the muscles of the arm or leg arose with the cane In hand. aide square, Three flnt- laM tables. I' guarantee or your money back Wlinpllclty ''
i and It Is just as certain that the mu- It like a foil, she passed the Good lights and prompt and courteous Itself. DUALITY Shoes Krery
I dies of the eye will be strengthened lightly through th* glass door of service. The public Is cordially (Invited pals warranted.
and developed by the movements de manager's office. Another pass and always welcome.LOW I GEO. W. MOVERS

scribed.Persons. the ferrule broke one of the .---.-.-.----.-- ------- _. lainestllie. i'lorlda. J. Manisso, Agent
who are troubled with weak pan.... The clatter of glass. brought _. ._. . .. .. .. ...'_;0
eyes may often secure considerable half dozen employees to the spot. RATES

benefit from the use of the eye cup manager danced around as If on a SEA. J3 a A. E D
This is a small receptacle of thick blue Move and begged' her to desist. > 01t'

glass and so constructed that when Inverted !scandal he sail would ruin him. 8

It fits tightly over the eye. Itcats way of reply Mrs. Darts punctured another Special : OccasionsVIA Air ,Line
15: or Vii: ) cents at the drug store window Railway"A
and should lie ii'ed night an
;.. .' The eye cup Is employed foT the: pur- relative of the manager, rushed forward . . FO It. . i ,
rT:i poee of-applying salt and water to the to disarm ber. The cane ri I SOUTHERN
X eye ass' tonic. The proportions shook! In the air and the man retreated RY.

,-ei* be a level teaspoonful of salt to a pint head.lug able welt across the back of TWO TRAINS DAILY EAST. Savannah, Columbia, Camden Southern
fl." of -'?tff. The latter should bave been .
.;..)":- warmed to about the beat of the body. The audience' was just entering LeareJaek.es1111ethIOa. -., 7w$ p. w
.J...' Ftil the cup with the solution and placeit theater and the crashing of e". Pines. Raleigh, Richmond, Washington -

,., over the eye. Then turn the bead caned! many to stop aryl .' 141.8$ Baltimore. Md., and return.

backward and open the ld! It will cause. Mrs. Davis, smiling wltb tb Tickets on sals July 1.2, J, 4. limited Baltimore Philadelphia ,
o'. be found that there! I. no unpleasant utmost good nature moved to the o July 16. Can b* extended to August -
*;:.. feeling whatever from the contact of side of the office and gated critically II, IfiOB. 8top-o ers at Washlogtoa.
: the salt solution with the eye. As a tIM glass of a large lolt'tur.-tIM manager's $*LO ,. N. 3.. .Dd ,.- New York F
matter of fact this solution Is almost favorite possession. torn t la New York, with .tot .overs at ,
identical with the salln fluids of tbe "Stop!" be almost shouted. Waablafton, Baltimore. Iblladelpbla
eye. fUKpthCtbe water b* used without shall have your money," A ... and New York Tickets on sale Jane
the salt It would cause tbe eye to was dispatched to the boa o0r .....u 4>i. IM). Jut, 1.9. either via New Yorkor Three Elegant Trains Dally. ;
smart painfully. an order lie returned la a few nlnutes direct, limited Jaly 10.... Can b*
extended August 31, 1100.
Slight struts of granulation of the with a ling roll of bills, -
Seaboard Florida Limited.
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$,1.0 Buffalo aad return.TMfeets .
Mrs. Davis counted
carefully sad stowed
eyelids cured by UMI of absolutely oo sale July B, 9, 10, limited
olive'oil. on. drop being away. Then bidding tb. ... -
pure J.',. 1Mb. Kitesmlon bf ,deposit to
aiioweU to rater tbe eye twice a day. a smlllog good .'< In droppJf* medicaments Into the eye the offlc sod to bee' bot... where Baltia ore std Ptlladelpbla. golac i I .
, place tb* Anger Just under tb* tower bad check was redeemed sod added. aad t.terolog.Two I
lid and 'draw that 1U out a trifle allowing her collection of souvenir of ar eS.OD

the remedy to fall epos It. cruces the ....-New 12t X5 Daily WelL ;

H This is a simple way of srcomplUhlnaT rrese.
what many r. tpi.
pf'ON"Hfr 0........ .,..._. I .) L4O LeoUTllJe.. Ky.. and ret am. PULLMAN
Al..o.-r all. In dealing with tb* eye It Tb ftydaey tturi.tla tells of a SBOtortae TUfeeu C1I ale Jail a. f50. llanitedAaftMt A
f ) remecuN-ml that mart depends dorter who raa late and capstas4 10. l ipl. fl
sbocM FLORIDA LIMITED vseiiboled' Irata.toasd ..
TbaBKABOARD to solid
II looted befclsxl ...... lCaenUa..T....... 110" IN r-ouditVM of tb* general a p 4-trtaa. loQb" l>
...laeively. of sow fallmaa.aqalpcaaat'-lJiBlMC Oar rawlagKoora > y
aaie 1
ley '
y'I beam) .\ drNUtattrel stilt of tb* him sad swta the man UU pnsM.aaad limited 1 oa$ ESHVMOSI( fcj is. Ilf6.. ......"', IMat-roaa sod Observation Cars- ';:. system Is very *pt to *" w |itself la the a circuit" raa beet iateadiag .atil Bet*,days..,. IKft. deposit sad Jaksosjf to !t.w Y'oIe Wa.fciagteia. lavla. 8t. Au........
*. T-rv tMtait-, arcane depeawJ t* atop beside sad kelp Mas. Bat the. 13itO p. m. sad JacbtMl"U. l d0, dally _..." I'esday..
I'. r ) rye 10.2S N.shsi1.. T.......... r t ra.TWteu .
) .. them la goodardrr. pietsr abet a yard *e two beysarf tk. 1
open the t >< to keep osi nab Jaly 2,t. 4 J". lisa.
'I"::- ad i'(.b M..1 sad as -.h.- _utE sad bit tb*.man agate Joel a* be had U day*. KVSSM>... by .,..*.... ... Only Line Operating
f.,:,, islred rirr Uk tPn are of primary tav- woe gr stung np Tt. darter tara4 bis ..Ul ..*. $). IK*. !
T.>...;' pottatlce. "f1 ,. ...n. t-rr: plala suss car ear more end. was <-atta'tsiyetestJeg Mala Cars. ftcf. lM s I* tt.rte. Daily Through Pullman Sleeper from Jickioavill to New Orlcai*>t
f. of fruit tilt ear to the ps.trate awfferersrbett > ,
-it a.Uftr*
....1.* few, an 8Upa tat isesnatloa-s- and detailed
etrttmJ ........ furors
moderate JQ'1t: *>* nnTtM a* spectatortb iator-tatJo .
aid sbwtisliy forckest
a a-4ewak. a-4. _,... the 9ktJ- For fall laferasaUe aad sleep*r r...,.. Jos sell os aayafsal Seabcsirtf sr ;
Good ItoO.ekeet' r: auoci a* 1JeuIHs, ,Jh> anra_.r .Q.. M. O. UOTU TO. Jan.
e.d1m..rte: -1AJeIL..U n*. temitegat Weet kn lUreet. writ .
i ICt Taleyluwa . Ag5et
At. Oa.ral faaaaagar Ages' .....,., '
1raM.I... ... H** TKapoteoa _. 7- Daats 'z1"'..tI.... tar teas J. 0.t .+;i. Daslr SYg5aoagarAgt., .

t w.. a put .....4:"' bet k* -,?' m"W ;tip sad WJI. : 4.L ...'-" .1a.... '.. .w.. fa. JACK0OXTHXK. FLO*ID A.-- ..... 1
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_t, < KEWS OF CITY:::ANDCOUNTYCOND I Jcmc Rolllafl Smith for mucie of,art Trenton sod expression.was In the.I 1 I II JAMES, PROUD DEAD. w tsOIl'S.: ;

One the Old Residents Passe AwayIn
.. NSEO city yesterday on business.J. I Miss H. Norton. Indian Territory.

' ; II. T.ruby ha returned from sojourn '
Many old resident will be t :0
at White Springs, the popular' .'
r-4 :' !:'I resort. I Gainesville Circulating to learn of the death of the venerable

; Matters of General'Interest Gathered James Proud which occurred at Muskogee -
.' r . Christopher Matheson went to ...Library. ;! r Our Big Valuesin
Indian Territory, on Saturday, ,
by Our Exporter
Putnam county yesterday on legal June 17th. 1905.

l' .,......,.... bastaess. i I ISPECIAL .
only the Latest Popular Fiction. Uncle Proud was a noted character

s PERSONAL. AND, SOCIAL ITEMS H. W. Wait has gene to Orange In Gainesville where he resided for all .

_ flu Lake for an outing for recuperative SUMMER TERMS. lee upwards of twenty-five. years, being

t What HM.r. rev Happ ned'and: What I I. Going purposes. per week: allowing three changes during engaged in business the greater portion DDYGOQOS' .

'Ito Happen Told In Short Paragraph Pike Thomas of Alacboa was In the the week. Book mum not be kept : of that time conducting a bakery \

f ,- So TAatNs'Who" "" Run May Read"It city yesterday,, and left for South Florida out over.one week without renewing. I f and restaurant, continuing quite. attire Keeps U. Busy.

on business. although past 80 of age. He ,
..In Tho B\Mt, -, years .1! .
Ladies,get your visiting cards at The went to Mississippi. to visit a son, bat ,

_ Old newipaper for ale at The flan Sun office and vote for your favorite. in True Advancement.The returned again to Gainesville, declaring

_ office.; If the library contest. system practiced by Dr. E. H. there wu no place like it. Big As 3rfinentn''OfjErnbroi /

k Ladles'eallingesrds la latest styles H. M. Chitty went to Micanopy yes Armstrong of Jacksonville, and his In his younger days.Mr.Proud ws

,_t San office. terday, and from there be goes to Wil- large staff of assistant and expert, engaged in the circus business, and wa .ries Laces

y,' Mr",.F.,)[. Cubs I I. visiting& friend listen to visit, a *iter.Mr for the overcoming of an eye trouble at one time "with. the great P. 'T. Bar ..

in Albany, Ga.Bimonaon' *. James Holder and children of and chronic disease without drug or oom Show" He wa alo quite a handat and 'all WashGo.lls.
training animal, such u horse and
it far in advance of
"IW Wonderful Salve for sale Rochelle are guests of her parent, Dr. operations, a step
dog, and while a resident here he usedto
e ti 1 by. J. W. McCollnm fc: Co. and Mr*. J. L. Kelley. anything heretofore heard of la this
line. have his horse or dog trained to do
The Misses Tbigpin of Rochelle were I Oet your Job printing The San job cause. mrfny tricks. Always goodnaturedand ..
They remove instead of treating
_uI visitors In the slty.yesterday, I office and you can vote for your favorite eff.etll they that 85 cent fall of life he would be ever ready
| prove per
Miss Nonle Dickinson ha to'' In the library eont. t...
gone of all the'ao-called disease are not disease fora Joke and would remark that he

_ Orange Lake to visit Mr*. Walt T. H. Cato one of the trustee of the at all In the sense generally un was "the Proudest man in towit." Mrs. R. r
.y J. O. Sykes, a prosperous Wacahoota Alachua high school was a caller on derstood but are merely functional He wa a member of Gainesville

i ; farmer wa to the city yesterday. Superintendent Kelley yesterday. derangement due to some mechanical Lodge No. 41. F. A: A.'M., and was possessed .

fiir Deputy Sheriff Curl of Archer wa In W. O. Morris and Sandy Graham left defect'or improper chemical reactionin of a very kindly and charitable

the city yesterday on official basinets. last evening for a visit at Worthington the body. disposition toward his fellow-men. T. F. THOMAS

B and White Springs, for rest and recuperation They correct the mechanical defectsby Before he left Gainesville for the last
.Rev. S. B. Roger ha returned from
I mechanical mean and set a time, some three year ago, he sold a
his trip to the We.terl1part of the up
State. The Knickerbocker Fountain Brush proper chemical reaction by prescribing 35-aere farm in North. Gainesville to mwm[ A I CD.( ,

4 I I. the latest and greatest invention for diet founded apon chemical. value M. B.Saunders, and he used to pot in
New Wheeler & WlUon sewing mar '
\ bathing and shampooing. See themat of the different food. They claim much of his time looking after this
chloe for sale at a bargain. Apply at land
Baird that drug or operation are not necessary -
this office. FULL LINE OF
He had two sons and "was married to
fir/ Great Bargain.-Full outfit shingle In 85 per cent of cases where ta-
Allen Graham will have charge of his second .wife who survives him
ken. that the the
They prove eye are
with boilers
mill engines, shafting, NEW GOODS.
the bowling alley daring the absenceof sacrifice. controlling medium of the. entire ner Although he must have been upwardsof :
Oeo. W.
pulleys at a Moy-
Mr. Morris. Gainesville von system, and as 90 per cent. of all 86 years of age he was quite active -- .. a
Fla. tf
era, ..
t New Florida Irish potatoes bring eyes are defective though vision maybe when last here, and would have passed Agents tor.

$1.26 to $2 per bushel la Atlanta ; eggplant Miss Alta Pearson, the charming perfect., they are more often thacause for a man much younger.In Monuments, Tombstonesand
dauxhterofMr. and Mrs. J. W. Pear business he always took pride in
11.60 per orate. of systematic complications than Iron Fences.See .
son of Oeala. I I. visiting In the city theguest
dealing fairly with all he came in con
Chesnut Arredondo in other source.
W. T. of was any Our Samples
of Miss Mamie Wlloox. .
the city Monday having JOlt returned i They handle all case of diseased fact with and we never heard a man

r from a short trip to Charleston B. 0. Claud Deveneau', who U one of the eyes a* well a* defective yl.lqn. and all say aught against Uncle James Proud. Personal attention to all matters la

leading employe of the Gainesville chronic disorders, and there are few of WORTHINGTON this line. Mall and
Ladles who get their calling card telegraph order
o; Steam Laundry has to Georgia
their patients who do
not regain
printed at The Sun oflloe 26 for 60 promptly attended to.
for a pleasure and business trip. health In ninety Their
r cent, have five vote In the library daya. system Many People Stopping at This Popular
4 contest. Miss Mnmle Roux "who haa been visiting is known as Ophthalmology and Health Resort. Gainesville Florida

her many friends In her old home Neurology
B. F. Lewis of Bell a prominent rail Worthington June .
Springs, 21.J.'V.
In this city, a guest of Miss Kate Evans Dr. Armstrong "will be here personally
road contractor wa In the city yesterday Davidson of Atlanta. Oa., is a
has returned to her home at Willfston. at the Brown House June 80
h' looking after matter in the Inter of the of J. W.
guest family Capt.
J' The approach of the Fourth call to and July 1st. ,See him and have a talk THE CONTINENTAL
? est of his line. about You be- AVells.
case. can easily
mind the dreaded tetanus and your
The price of cantaloupe and water parent come well. Mrs. Luther McDonald has returnedto CAFERESTAUILANT.IItiiti'.
are cautioned against the deadly blank --- --
P. melons are very low at the present tContractor. : her home at Fairbanks, after a visitto
cartridge Don't let the little fellow and Builders.Take Notice.
time, although there are some fine cantaloupe the springs
have them. On and after August 1st,- 19015, the
O. Shaw" who has been here for
: being shipped Union Carpenters of Gainesville will a
Miss Alma Sanderson ha* returned week has returned to his home in Ala-
The Guards are doing some target recognize: nine hour. a* a day.
from Waldo where she has been In her chua.
hooting to going to the _.
preparatory : - -- "-
capaeity as a professional nurse, and T Mints Lanier Ay cock, MargaretBoston
State tournament Several good marksmen
pair be found at the residence of Capt and Pett Wells are again here,
will b* In the team.
W. D. [)fekln.oD.Ma.hall'lnkolon. NEW YORKRACKET. after a delightful trip to Atlanta.A .
If you have Job printing to do bringit
desires The Sun to picnic and dance are planned for
to The Bon office For dollar'
every tale that the ball playing at the parkon the }Fourth and as everybody is invited
worth of work have ten
I you gel you Sunday "must stopor those who are a jolly time I I. anticipated

vote on the Library contest. caught at It will be arrested. He gives ,Louie McCIenny of Ctdillac "who has

Th. walk'on East Union street between all timely warning. been away for a short time, Is again a

t Factory street and the Sweet- guest at the Worthington.
H. W. Williams, special agent In
water branch should have a few re. charge at the New Orleans land office, The Worthington ha been entertaining (Flrat corner South of Postofflce).

pairs. It is not In keeping "with the who has been In Gainesville for sometime a large number of people fromGainesville 0,.. KarlUU.: Drip t:.*... ,

amount of travel It .. W..I' ..
( during the past "week
returned yesterday to his duties or

Mr and Mr. II, (>. lletnbert arrived at the Crescent City. CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTH more. Among them are Mr. and Mrs.S. ,

Q In the city last evening from J. Thamas and eon, J. H. Truby and --
Blue Ribbon lemon and vanilla extracts *
their wedding trip down" the Eat a number of other. Some Men LeaveAn
are pure and concentrated ; Pocket
Coast, They "will go to Ienann from Cutlery -
that' they to the farthest
why go
here, where they expot to reside. Ask your grocer for Blue Ribbon lem Treasurer Robertson Improving. Estate for the WidowTo

Wanted-At one' convict guards, Tte Sun I la In receipt of a letter from
on and vanilla. Take !I..*. Flavor Do a pocket
its good ones, for State prisoners ; also perfectly. you carry ;County Tre"DrerVm.. H. Robertson, *
one good man (cook to cook for thirty knife t We carry a guaranteed from Hook Hill, 8. 0., where he has lion to speculators.and lose, or a How* a tempta
Iu speaking of the through train service : much
men. Address, W Holiday.captain, line of Pocket Knives. gone for his health. He! state In his better to leave' her "
which Oalneavllle will have
Jt Cllra Fla, R. .' McCall. jr., man over Every knife from 60c up letter that he I.i slowly" improving and
the Atlantic Coast Line{ Agent Good ,.
ger.Several. havea hopes to return home in two or three $500 or $1,000 a Year Income
win was of the opinion that the service fully guaranteed. .
weeks. The of hi.
new improving
) new residence are soon to would b4I in operation' In about beautiful line, anl1f you health will rx received with much for Life or for 20 or 30 Years?
rejoicing -
I* hulls In the city and J U KJdlns: four weeks.
: want a good knife call and by the many friends of our
will begin It would
soon one seem i The next time a ball game Is announced highly esteemed oitisn and public of- We "will send you some interesting ;
that the suppiy would 'n..1| the demand get one. information showing how t.
at the park It will have to eial. ______________ annual outlay will small an
but then are frequent Inquiries\ I yield ,"rmanent -
have a guarantee attached In order '0a..t Notice to Water Takers. yearly income for
houses anyone for
-' after tit rent i CurtainsPretty
any oue to go there to see .It. Lace whom you tare to provide. !,
The water rents for the quarter end-
Mr Move Kdelttein: and two sons
The farce of yesterday afternoon' was
leave today for Yonkt. N Y. to |H' the last straw. After considerable patters log September 30ih, 1909, "will tM due W. L. HILL & W. HIQION. .. :

absent ab.'III two month, Mr rxlel: and fine and payable to T. B. Ellis, collector of ,
wrangling they got through with the
revenue, on or before July lOih, 1906 ,-* Attests Tae MUTUAL "
aids will) t them to Jackson value Our i-..60 Lace
o accompany agony and the score.. "wa of no account. The rules Ute lanaraare C.. ef Sew '.rk.
regarding cutting off of
t vllle, to see them safely on board the . - ..- .. .-- _. . .. Curtains are pretty enough. water and turning on the same will be Uj.I5ESTII.LE; : : t
I .
It I steamer fur New York City Then we have one at $:'.'f) rigidly enforced by recent order of the .. FLORIDA ...}'
The street flonimUsfoner and health READ THIS. City Council, if not paid at the proper -- --- - .n... .' ,
: a pail that are good enough time. J. )I. DaLL City Clerk. EE :
cfilcer should work together iu keeping, I iK.riisx, ALA, July 13. 1899. for ..';
the street clean and healthy by3r" 1'r. 1W.l Loul. a S MITH'S
Hall sit Mo.Dearsir Attention Y* Ne",. MOUNTS ;
keeping every slrerl and alley clean : We have been selling your TiasVvuJer. WELLAll
For home purchasing con traet a or
all contagion will IM avoided Some
yo \ Hall's Great l> J for
i *>very, .
t good work has already' been. done Shots Shots loans (in the titaadartl Guaraateo and
two years and recommend to anyone Trust Co. of Washlagtoo D. c.. writ
along this line. suffering with any kidney trouble as to u.o.v. >Ioyers. or eall at the the old fvtandardfl and j

k ..... )I. Shaw of Alaehua.on of the bring the Wet remedy we ever sold Try: a pair of our Dixie "Kaeaet Sior-X of J. C. Evans In the choicest of the new ones ;

old Veteran "who attended the reunion Your n.lbft.m. If I am not there. Mr. 1
truly, J. R. Yor"o. Girl Shoes for women-a Evan will wait o_ JOG for to*. as issued. ,_

t at LouUvllle. "wa In the city yesterday fine medium priced shoe Us; W. uovau.Jose Ask to see them
and la speaking of his visit to the Hlue A TEXAS WONDER. 1st, 1906.Remember as they

o lira* State aid that It was one of the Oue small bottle of the Tetaa Wodr. *- made by Southern girls- -- -- cannot be displayed to ad. .:.:.

happy events of hi* life. The hospitality Hall's Great Dieeuvery, ure. all the prettiest shoe on the the GaiaeevilU( At Gulf;I j vantage in a case.

of the people of Louisville Every baa roused trip rate to'hit.. Spring '
was kidney and bladder 'roabl... remove market for the price.
o. 3 limit.
without I gravel!.eure. dlabetee. seminal emief'sioas. pair solid and guaran GalneeviU at *:30a.ns., returning Fine Fadeless Fotografs

'P An opportunity such a* the people of ."weak and lam b4ks. rheuaaa at '
i teed. Our Shoe Department 1:30 m.. aad affordiag a "whole I Ial I I From
Ualaesvllle do not meet every day isaooa tUra' and all Irrvgularitie' of Ue kid p. day Locket to Life Si...
is favorite reeort. Caper than
full of good things
G be offered them la the .farjs! and bladder l. beta men gad .
to profess hiring a boggy a..a ..*... *.. arn. SMITH'S STUDIO.

ional visit to our oily of the well. wontca. regulate bladder trouble laehtUren. at very low prices. Remember shied to SWi a days tb. banks of 1- .. {....

known eye and nerv sj>* '. Dr. XH If not sold by jour druggist, us when you nero 3 U fantoas. $*wads_. river, itM 1IT --- - --- - ,,

ArnMtroag of Jaeksoovllle( wbo I. will be scat by mall oa re.*.lpt of II. the next pair. STa AUIUSTINE
P Boosloc, .aeral ot' :
One small bottle I.I c nuaaxvr
to be at the Brown House June 30 and two moot- trat I
m ml lAoS seldom Yours Anxious to Plea.. tae Mi...Mppi AbetrMt Till I,
fail Com
,, to perfect a I
July 1. II nave or .,., La ..
you any eye eoolla..iaINocI
cur.. l>r. Knutet W. Ihll.." tsuutafsxtorr. 1'&.,. *a. bi a. the UaiiW State View ; ..bona ;
; sue. trouble, tal opportunity ehoukl P. O. bus ..?.a. tit,. Loot. Me.II PHIFER BROS. load offie Us ta. ..ty *reral da*. tals Hotel. Fr.. bask L ht
not lee missed of consulting with sac of .Head for teetlosoalal*. told by all week tooktag up data toe the Apalstdi- ke.piag prt.u..... a.a. U to n per tw..k. I

the fora in cloo.. 1/.SL.. rOEB.1" rn
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