Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/00642
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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 30, 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: VID00642
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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Ckois Between Germany and Attend Cmmencement Enerelee ot "

TEN' CENTS POUND ('' France By Ruse Paper.St. MEET IN His Alma Mater. AMERICAN GOODS 4
Petersburg. June 39.-At Great ATLANTA C>>.mllrllli\\.. Ma a.. June 24-The sec

Britain' door tbe Novoe Vremy lays :: ond day of .President tlo ", v... lt'* visitto
much of the responsibility\ for tl
Staple Has Been Steadily Ad rranco-Oerrnan Crisis saying bhe U Senate and House Called To' celebration incident to the :2jtb Celestial Merchants Declare

, ;)tt' pursuing her traditional. policy of encouraging anniversary of the graduation ot hU.
Itcing i Past Few Order On'.Tim War U&citt flanu:
Days. Upou ,
1t a conflict between her competitors Promptly ). class. that of 1SSO, Included a varied .
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" in order to profit thereby program. Today was Harvard's annual
CULLS CONTROLLING MARKET "Great Britain" the paper', ad I... DEADLOCK IN STATE' SEN ATE commencement, and tbe visit ot the WILL Nor UNLOAD MKRCHANDIM
"pushed France into the Morocco ad-: ____ f I president to his alma mater lent. ad

Frlce Advanced $2.50 per Bale Today venture, auatalnlng M. Dflcaase, tor- Seventeen Ballot and N ),Choice: for ditlonal Interest to an event that 1* The China by This Mt .jCKl Hop to /
I, elgn minister In his resistance ta r' '* I always., Interesting. The president dI'
The Cause of the Rise-Was the Bull President< -No Opposition in the Make This o>vernmlnt'Mocufy the
Germany' claim. For decade Great !livered the principal a.ddrt..II..tt the
Campaign: and the'Outlook:;. Being a Britain has pursued this policy. KH.-"- House-Inauguration ..t ilovsrnor alumni dinner and In d.11t.n purtlrl !Exclusion Act Which Prohibit the r
Poor Crop This Season.' sla no longer being dangerous for till This_Week.' gated in a number of festivities mostly. Chinese from Coming Her. I

present all Great Great Britain' machinations '. of a private nature.
New Orleans June 29.- An unusual were set in motion against Atlauta.'June 23: -The Georgia;:; 11"11-" After having breakfast at the home San 'rlluc: cu. June 29.-; : ---hid: wardBtUIUWk.
splurge occurred in the cotton markettoday. lature conventKi in annual* i at UUUt Ullllvd e.stus ;
>'; '*u ICVVlUiy:
Germany, now her chief competitor in of BishopVllllam lawrence the pres.tdant
Prices leaped from 47 to 50( Europe. The Novoe the state capitol at 10 o'clock 1111.. consul: in Jupau 1&... arrived at sau
: Vremya thinks was driven to Mass Hall !in front
;pOinta In the active future positions. it quite conceivable that the case of a The lJ"uate was called to $n ,l.-r by of which ancient structure the comnifiicement .r'ruucuco uuoaia tilt t'aeino MaLl I lar '
At least a thousand bales of good Clerk Northen. The election, uf a .. Manvtiurl '
; conflict Great Britain will aid Franc PI'uct..1Clom was formed
middling early in the day sold at 10( president being the! first ski'u, the
b'.i Mr.I Bellows brings renewed con
to the extent of destroying the Ger Tits preHhleyt\ was., accompanied by !
cents an advance of 3-8c. over yeterday's *- senators proceeded to ballottaii.T the
man fleet and that then with Unli J.1t utt."nanl (;iovt-rnor mild who rvpre Uiuiutluu or the boycott wtiicU thuuurcuaiH
; close. nomination of the! ("andld\i"''.-*
France and Germany weakened her of China have declared up-
S'llt"ll'I'nur I hili,,1.\**. the latttr
+) Unusual excitement. attended thetradJug' Alter 17 hul'.ots were tatpu and uu
'r.f "' .1.! supremacy would be assured tor an being detailed\ by Illness at hU home uu the United Mutes innnutaclurer
around the ring. The marketipeo choice declared that body> .!JinirneJ
other half! century. The Novoe Vre lu Iti'ncton. The national I.anctKarltifd and upon fcooda and uieichandUe. corn- ,
' ed excited at an advance of 18 to until 3 o'clock: p. in. SV
mia however believes that With Premier In their pciureMqu! > ci *t>nin... Lug hunt iuu country lie<< add nuw 4 4puase
19,point* inthe active positions. Some The: 17th ballot stood as 1olw: ":
Rouvler in charge of the ni'sot- with red mnIo.s and I'liUti ('aplI. formed I to tile condition o( Affair by +=
.heavy aeUtng orders ou the call were I Gaudier. 17: West 17; MUU-i. 7; lll.i
ten lions with France Great Britain'splans the iio-.iilriU'n|' : .*i.cort. brlu"hu; the lulormatlon that tho Oritut -
quickly taken up. The upward lock, U. tIn
will be defeated and the Moroo i The ('uuunenrentpt: iercUe Inclmtetl at. bate cArtloi the boycott to theI'Xtritt "
dency was steady and early in the at. I the house of representation.( Hon.
can affair will be satisfactorily lid ( the that in Instance Importvr
Kruntlng of diploma to the many -
'teraoon the advance waa equal to John 11 I. Slaum of "Fulton Ii' .It< ci l+ oted ,
Justed. l gruiluatt-B!\ In the various '. are h.HlfliL"t difficulty; In obtaining
.50 bale. At that time departments
about ,
$': per sptaker. Hon Clt-ni 10 (Ouubar, I
or the iinlvt-rslty and the bestowal of : a4 i..tuuc i In the uulottdlug o'
45 at 9.64 October of Richmond. pro'
July: was up points ; speaker t<-ni.. unj
December 46 MAY BE PARTIAL SETTLEMENT. I honorary dtgrin.GENERAL .. Aimric product. There can b* no
45, points a-t 9.54. and lion. John H. Hnll'l''uliloJot" of Ill! >b, I
doubt Hi"i there U a determined et-
at 9.60. clerk.
points They \\.t'rt! all eU-ct-.l\ unanlruously. -
The cause of the rise was the development 'In Chicago Between Striking Teamsters LEE 1 13 HONORED. fort on tout lu China whereby it It

of the bull campaign and the and the Employers. One of the mint Inlerestlac .uiil Important -- hoptd to !brink pn-isur to boar upon 1

buUJah crop news. Chicago. June 29.A settlement of event of the wt-f,!k V i l h.' the Grand Army Poet Hal Campfire In His tli.> United' ritutt through the medium

the teamsters' strike Insofar as It affects InausurHtlon of the new got MKU!
New York Market. the United Employers' assocla Saturday at noon, when, Got'tuor' : Joseph Chicago: .)tine :29.! -For the ...rnmltitiu The object .ax has beam already exploited

New York June 29.The cotton tlon of wod Industries win expected M. Terrell will b.. KVV.HU In to In H M hUtciry oluinbU lost No'; I"i to (lore till country to

to be considered today by a commit. succeed himself for a terui of two grant morn llbriui 1 treatment to titor- '
market opened btrong at an advance ot 7( (iraiitl Army of the Ufpiibllr. hal
10 ,to 17 points in response to higher tee appointed by the Teamstem' Joint: years. The oath will be sdmiuiHtiMvdaa Hi vt'n. 11 cuiiiiMrv| In honor of General .111\lIta mid oilier Chlu.
'cable There was heavy realizing" council and a committee reprlc'lit'l1llns U customary by ChiC:: .lustlct- T. S: 'i>li''ii Leo. of \"Io'k.hllr. riiiniiunilor lu tho United Stat**.

but there was alao an active and exclt tbe association. The committee an J. Simmons\ of the snprw>' court in of the l'onfetierate| Vet rails elf the All over China: the Guilds see using

ed 'de-mand" and'.ft\Or'ttt8*'lnarlxetlb.d *Jjj T t T.*f niZ*j*tbGouuvtl,1s<< /ltTtigilr', M.-''Y*. ,the' yJpynta.ol.tlud JaM.cs.Iun ol t foulh. tbrir utmost to influence and bring
President Shua.: Alt>*ri Young Irom tin the house andnate! tttr which ( ovVrnor about the
> eiti'ct.
reacted a couple of poinu. prices agaJn All of the nffiliritte onc>>nlxattotiH"f Many arm i
I advanced to a net gain of about 20 to Coal Teamsters', union; James Hurry, Terrell will make a brief Ini-i the rlry joined' In the (' 'f'l1t. Addresses harkening to their: teaching, lu thvciul
from the Railway Express: Dilvr' Rural acJcJr.'. 1.'hllIII,
21 points followed uy both the UntfHsh concltid< theday's of welcome were il!<.llv -ri'il! by "<> port hands who are accustom r i
union; Thomas Hughes of the Lim .
.and southern market. ceremony.Iktwfon I t'lIf'rul; John' Comon Hmlth. departcommander *d In unloading. the Imported g<)<)dha <

Spot adylces continued sensationally tone and Cement Teamsters' i.nhui. today and b'ay: the, meal of tin ('irand! Armyof vii been. taught lit leave| uutoitchixlli \
Joseph McCarthy, of the Truck Driv time will be devoted largely to pre,
firm and while the weather waa con, the IC-puldle' for Illlnoln; Junior ( iiuTchNiidlN brought from our
. 4Ir. union and W. J. Biderai! : favorable, the bulls still claim Cotninaniler I'ution. of the :National country. Thl condition of aIlr I I.IIk..ly I.
debt of the Teamsters' Joint cointcii. come to Atlanta with I>UU lu
rand; Army .of the Republic and utllt'rll'nmlll..nt to grow
small for
that prospects favor a crop
At a meeting of the Duck I rav".j their pockets all ready to be In no,[
next season. ( \1'1 leiHii (N ""11 III*,. I am not saying how ftr -
union the peace terms of the mpoy: duced" and It I.I expected several hundred
At midday the market continued feirsrUh [ Tinf cut ii re of the bivouac wan an "rtnal this modu of pr04.'lIr.| ra yprovf. .
era was rejected unanlmonly. ltul of the.rt will reach the ctrk')
with" prices a little off from the I I appeal by the nouthfrn soldier for the, 'In fact, I think that there II
desk before
ness Agent Jerry McCarthy, announced the week I I. over. They
rrtuin of the tatteied fit and bun no gr* *t riiiue for larm' '
beat, but still from 25 to 27 points ;
that the Louis W. Stay art Co.. employIng will be: a...lgued to the proper rnnium I
higher. There were very heavy litTM. front the iraml Army of the liejiiiltllc HUH. we mat remember tbat laGermany +
net 15 drivers had agreed to discharge tee and thse committees will t4K
{-realizing orders but one very small [ / trophy rooms to ,trn..*n. who, and other nation w. have
Its nonunion teamsters and re-employ charge of them a* moon a* they are
.drop In prices there was bull support union drivers. This concern I I. a announced.The l bore thrum durlug tilt! Htiugcle of time worthy rompHllors In the Chinese
.htI. trad- .t>,1 in what we 'lose U bound lal
.and shorts continued very faervous. member of tbe commercial exchange rule committee will probablybe tU.
In referring to the recent nrtliin of l their guts. to a certain at
Middling extent
quiet. up-
Spot cotton and according to McCarthy its action apolote-J in advance of the others, !
"lands, 9.'j& the Italel) now In the wr! nRlrrs *(
that organization.! framing rule fur the government ol '
CONDITION AT LODZ UNCHANGED the new hou... In a largo rn .IlIr" Washington to tbe c.nfe.ferste! lIul.! Will Cooperate with Chln*.. ?'

Indiana Bank Closes Door. these rule will be the same a* there tiers. Onrnl \... ald: Ponanx rttralt H. .tll !ni*.iit. Jua It. 4'

:vGeven Thousand Men on Strike-Mar Terre haute Ind.. June ..2t..J1'be- used by the la.t house, but a number, "1 am glad the wound has hralrd *<> -A large in**!In&( of th. leadlag (."hl l;

tial Law Prevail go county National' bank on which of material change are anticipated, that these IJAalii can b. rrturnoj before ui..t nicrciiaut lists today decided to ,Y

Warsaw, Russian Poland. June 28.- there has been a run for the last two those who loved them sad bled for ..n-operate whit the Chine*. of ilogapure -

"1:03 p. m.-The condition at I-odx are! days, closed Its do.r this morning. A Steel TrVt Buys Rallr.*d.rmbnri tbrut are all under tbe sod. and Mbaogbal\ In boycotting( b

'unchanged, excepting that most of the national bank examiner I I. In charge. JUDe :ra.-Tb. Tlmr American product! |pending the withdraw .

workmen have returned to work. Out The bank' statement on June 1 show that tbe Lake Erie today Wheat In ttora. for 11 Year *] <>f lime LTlneae clutoa set
say and Mtu
of 90,000 men about T.OuO from 'i assets and liabilities of I1.S64.968.' Tbe burg railroad, now In course of c.a- I Chicago June M.-To have storage -

factories remained out. discovered shortage of Cashier Con. tructlon between IAraID. 0., and Pitt' charge on wheat accumulate/ until GIRL MARRIES, ENOLI MMAN.

Martial law still prevails! the struts man precipitated tbe run which led burg ha* been purchased by tbe Unite] they eased the value of tbe wheat has --..

are constantly patrolled and tbe liquor to the bank's closing/ today, Tbe dl. State Atfei 1 corporatloa at a eo** ol ocurred: but a few time la the grain Miss Amy PhI,,*. *n Amrlca' H.',. ;

stops are all closed. The universal rectors were in *..**K>n nearly all.1I / several million dollars, Ue deaf It I I. trade, but Hire are receipt fur *..000buihftla ate, WIde l 'In London.I4 -

condemnation of the strike movement I night and It I* being rumored today said being tile largest railroad Irani of :No. 2 spring onutaudlag >ndo Jun. J9, -,MU, Amy

at Lob has had the effect of quieting tbat the .b rtac. of Cashier Com man action ever mad la this district Tb that w.r"I.'I.d by Ike Artettur rouipany 1"blvJltl. .Id".t daughter of henry f'

the situation, and It is expected that will b* much larger than the admitted road will b. completed *. aooo a* po. In October U+J.. The storage l'btpps. of itlburi, was married lists

the remaining strikers will noon re I "C.OO< Th Indiana organisation .lt>U and official of the corporation spft charge for 12 year U ".n pr t jubH. .t 'ro'lfflI In tto. George church Ilan ,

.um_, work. There.. a rHteratJonon of the United! Mia worker* of America to handle tb. majority of It* or. I. which esceeds the market value of over IIqIJar", to CaK aID ,.,..d.rlekOu..t.

the Warsaw Bourse today of the has 't
rums:>> of the mobiUcation of the troops which It tried to withdraw, but wa burg aad tbe lake, over t.. new roe J Tbe Armour company ba* rlvn notice Lord WImb.rd

in Rasslao Poland had commenced, Unaueaelful. b y tkl. time nit year. The arUon tbat the grain must b.. claimed' In Mocb Int.rest wa tk..a la the w.O- w

aDd poblr! BoigUt b* expected In of the .tH) offlrlal give. eot' .r to the two moISt), or It wilt .b. sold, ding and lb. eta II'"'' was fluid the/ ,

Warsaw In two day, and It caused Mr*. P* tr Bankrupt.Ix .tat.nnt made by on* of I.. 1IIIa. --- gu.ta .Iueluting Ambassador sad )fre.WisH. .

eon1Jerab encftemeat It is claimed nion, June 2t.-Mr*. Jaii.. offlrlaj 'of tbe rompavjr that wlthlo I.nst Fires *n Vuken'e .."..... .:.. JC.c.,4. Ik* .t.ff of lb. Atnerlraa .

, '* if mobillzattun is attempted here ItwlU Br..n Tudor booaod effect and l the next ten year tbe rorporaU $..ltJ... W*,b., Jttn :')...4ioreet "rt. eatba.ay. 5a4 most of tlM Amen.lt's &'

,,. < Id to seriouJ dMurbance feraltar w T* told .t auction cadet '''I' would handW the meet of It* toa.... sloe& c.. banks of tbs. Vaken rlT"r, proeltlsnt la Loa4l> .od.ly. r-

a kill of ...!. wbfck *b. algaed' Tt over Ira own n>*<4> of tb. Ta..a. rir- skis ,,,..cte *f fM ,roo'* fatuity. irl

Kuropatkln Reported Killed. pay Ue poor peopl working la tke I ___ ..rE'.e./ .3 U III. bat cut off all .otk..IlJe aaoosg ibex blast rrtaHitN '

,- Xtblag' wa omitted I -.. .mtutetlo .S... Xota- sad St Mi
8L Petersburg.! June 24.-2 a. .-Aruror tbaler trove aout1tl,.,. Trl DeraUe4. Cferlatlan sad ta. Uutitrr of "rlafMItU

h rea<4 tbrvugboot the cltr lat tb* eeniprebeaitv tataU: >c, from *li W.*bl.gioM. June J .-Trala. No. If. cuta sad tar llut )estt soar day theless Usury of Jt.&U..bu Tb. arch des
had u-pvt to a &*w "sab.n cubic oflU* has ....0 vaabt toestebtlsb .
a BVht that CtneraJ Karopatktn row*war knows *4 tk. Wab4' ...i.. .4 Routh toll of Ixmdoa. tb y.eenbl.I WlllUm/ ;,
f beat tild.. This rumor was etwaect- note car la tb* coach bcxi**. Other western IJmUed S the say co*.M..l -allon wltb McO'osstl4 Mferlalr/ sad lfc. rector oft ,
4 fIooCl....
,,;'; ..e'd 8Oa4't1m.tt!! a report that 7*,, item .d.4 aa oM: Chae! *. areapv'ea..t.d bssd eortlwaN. warn d..r.it.>. l a.i.t. .s la* firl.g ...*. Mr I* also Oor.. r..'srrb. of 1IIt1.t..
,, eM RaMlaa had l>**ii crt off by Geer to tb..stns. b yU late LJRxt&g Spti..ael. V* bet s4 ml... do ose r*.1ag .. Prt.e. of Wa>* Islaad" aad Mr.. Pbfpp. lave *../ the 14..
and Kur.estklske4 CbJ, foL .r* poniatt of Mrs ovaay of tk. r..l4....i* bar Bed t* .
deal $ C'S array ) was km... sad 10 far a* r*. k* s..,.. wbkh was .n... ...i by two tralb. r. 5trs
been takes prlJOD'It' Potter .. M4i!! tare bor*** aid .... .*.Jy t.,.. ...r. Ia)! brl4.*.*M*. ;a
+ hat carrlagre Bray U>lg* llf will
.. 8toe fOf''". of Jarbsoavtf.1L< f
Uttle rttl Nwwa .
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Trying .a otd nt Thursday.Mtrtlny 'cost c.r ., P........ Aalr..e Has- J'-.ft4IW..e...
M Nt tie lg aad kA
Jen :I.-n.- a m *4. MU
r etoekbolm, Swede *. Alte HairkUen. nt l..Mevrg, Va.. Caibnus, C*.. Jess tL-Tatnt .*.rs.r ,(.w York J... 'tUu Ate Jttt- ,
of both Ina.*s
i '-pecUl tot0ia.1eW. : ew heard ..tttAlv. was sltiAUy bys1..4. a.d a fear, t*. .1 t1.a,are of la* Cr**.si vatic(, : Ise< tb. aatmewa .Ut'4 .y JII1..t. +i

iV'iii"r whiefc baa b a r erred U.aeetlktnea 8wed.mk! O4..",.. Jan TJ.-Tfca *r_ Gt a tnm of ".tm... T *.-?. ef AtttaO k.* k"* .*.It....4 from Calfc..*. ,Tfc* !'alitre.< free !AtlAoe to tar *.fftt 4 t

,,,r otr.ram.tetbmi' % :lag to baltl.etll.. ta the road bate mmUmU4aa4 uae etlfkUy r.,T 011 rh. .*.... Alt ear *.4 ,..*s tolled ky tb* .re.ct r.r I !. bat clay from as sneak of ..,.....

\: ."tt1 $arway tOoL.r: I.ct..s Urn IAa ravr4 taelr *...,.. It.* ngevtM'brat Ik. a..aec.r* w.r. ......c.n.>4 at Tb inv-na etrop *ilt k. .r4tot t'tJJ.I. WWii bee ee.dttlett W at1J.. "

: ,,4 ktL rtes Lreeid.at ot U. ire' ... ar .tt...r* are tkreatk < .C..... ..t .m... ...... taw borers a/kt tMrt**.* J.ly s .... 113, ..andIk 6m be qsN<<. aeeMra, 'it is beturv.d as +,

7 {dt.a.aa.t. titakrma+ uol ***rr iwbr ...,. d >....rrot to... AC sort Isle TJI- M" of I** M.U* tt t* a*'! trait 9rt-sstMM |. k* o( tae ....t new rMter toeI the resa'vJ 01 tb1 a.p.dIa ..

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CARPENTERS' UNION ALL SICK WOMEN A ROMANTIC MARRIAGEWill I R. ETT S Cum Diarrhoea Cholera' Dysentery lafantum and the.

Transpire in Tampa When Mr.
I\ Bowel! Trouble of Cnlldrcn of
Callahan Will Wed Miss Smith.
Orville Callahan of Tampa came up Regulates the Bowl.Sbrnsth.

4r last week after Miss Lizzie Smith, a _ IftS the Child and MAKES
i Nine-Houresolution Will Not Go In IB.AH, Ptnkham'a Part of the Vegetable United States Compound Lydia sweet little Levy county girl, the \ 'iKWME1 )) TEETHING IrASY. I

r, (tfr Into Effect Until August 1. Baa Effected Similar Cur*.. daughter of Mr. and Mr, H. M. Smith cots Oalj:75fl-at Dngtfsts, or mail 25c to .c:J. OFFm, M. D, St.Lams, Mo.

jf. -.--'-- The romantic part of the affair is Mother Hesitate no longer-'but eavo'tho: hoatttt and Isle or
{ Many wonderful cures of female Ills that Mr. Callahan and MM| Smith will your child as thousands have done, by giving theme powdoi s.
I RESOLUTION RECONSIDERED are continually coming to light which be married in Tampa oa July 4, furnishing TEETH IN A Is easily given and quickly counteracts and over
.' have been brought about by Lydia E.PJnkham'e Comes the effects of the summer's host upon teething cMldrenit
the chief attraction at a big

Original, Order Was to Begin the Nine- Vegetable Compound and celebration by the Eagles, of which -- .... ".

Hour System July I, But Carpentersand Mr. Callahan is a member. The Eagles

Joiners Wanted to be Fair and offered $250 in cash and complete home ,.

4 Extended Time One Month. furnishing 10 any member who would I I 4

its! arrange a wedding for the occasion, .
The Carpenters' and Joiner Union, i and Mr. Callahan found a pretty bride i

which a few weeks ago parsed a resolution in bliss Smith. Congratulation will.I Men

providing for nine hoars' work be In order.-I>vy TimesDemocrat.Cured ,
initetd of ten effective July 1, have

reconsidered the resolution. The reconsideration of Bright's Disease.

; J f' does not mean that the Grn. A. Sherman. Lisbon Red Mills, Women

carpenters and joiners have "backed 1 Lawrence eo'inty, y. Y., writes : "I I :r '

down," by any means, but they are a had kidney disease for many years and 'fi

l; fait set as a rule, and it was merely had been treated by physicians for '

through a desire to give the contractors twelve. year ; had taken a well known .

.thirty dsjs' additional notice that a 44rzFannieD.Tvxthrough kidney medicine and other remedies and Children .

, reconsideration was bad, when the that were recommended but got no relief

:f same resolution wa again taken up the a 4 and unanimously passed, the of Lynn. Mas, which Is given to sick Cure. The first half bottle relieved ": ,
only difference being an extension of women absolutely free of change. me and four bottles have cured me of '
g I Mrs. Pinkham has for Who wish dress well should
time of notice the resolution now providing made a study of the ill* of many her years,IleX ; this terrible dUeate. Before I began to ,
that the rule shall go Into effect she has consulted with and advlned taking Foley'. Kidney Cure I had to

August 1. thousand of suffering women who i make water about every fifteen minutes order their goods by mail fromB
Wantto be Fair, to-day owe not only their health but day and night and passed abrlck.dun
even life toher helpful ad rice.
"We willing to be fair with tbe substance and sometime a
are Mrs. Fannie D. Fos, of 7 Chestnut slimy substance.. I believe I would
f. contractors," remarked a prominent Street, Bradford, Pa., writes j have died if I had not taken Foley's I
r member and officer of the union to The bear Mr*. Pinkham I Ir - "" *- Kidney Cure" J. W MeCollam A Co. B B. H H. LEVY BROI & CO11S4VAN

Bun man Thursday. "All we want Is trouble" I lulternl, and finally for a".long.told time by my with t.hynlclan womb ,*. I ,

't Janice, and we are going to give the \that I hVl as tumor on the womb. 1 did not ..Forged. Notes) for 100000. *-
t contractors plenty of time to consider want to submit to ari"o>flfaU/n.1o wrote iod Clinton Mo- June 29.--It la reportedbut
for advice. I receive your letter and dll.. NAH GEORGIA.
the matter We have given them ample you told m8. and to-day I am completelycured. not confirmed that alleged forgeries ,
'yyyt noUce,-and on August 1 we propose My doctor'' says the tumor ha disappeared of notes used by the closed bank I
and I am once more a well woman.
to get what we r'que.t-nlne 1 believe ITdl E. llnkham.Vegetable Coiu- of Salmon ,; Salmon a* .curiUe.
boors' work but no Increased pay. pound U toe bent medicine the world for amount to nearly 100000. Robert

"If the contractors will stop to consider women." Cook state bank examiner, declined
Tho testimonials which we are constantly
'+ they will grant his request with- publUhlngfrom grateful women to Indicate the, amount of the forged I JPnmO lInrs now mi
1 oat reluctance. They will see that the establliih beyond. a doubt the power of notes. ': cannot. give the amodnt"

Yft workmen will be enabled to do .. much Lydia K. I'lnkham's Vegetable Compound said ..tr. Cook. "However I will ay .

work In nine hours as In ten, because to conquer female d Women suffering from any form of banks are still amply secured. Ths
of the fact that It will give them more weakness invited to
+, rest and they will naturally prove more female promptly communicate are with Mrs. I Kansas City state bank htTds S07/

3 aetlve. Another \hlng Is that they will Plnkham. at Lynn MaM." Hhe auks 000 worth of securities of the Salmoa Write for Our Spring Catalogue.ABSTRACT&REALTY .

k' tie! the contractor Is their friend and nothing In return for her advice. It U bank more than sufficient to cover the
'. absolutely free and to thousand of loans even after the straw notes have
Dot disposed to ,queere them to women has proved to be more precious been deducted from that amount.
'n death and they will work with a lighter than gold.

+ c heart and more enthutiatm. It's a lot --- .. ..----__ __'_.__ - ._-.-. 'H -- - An Immigrant Order Home. ---.-- i
easier to get a good day's work in nine .J
COMPLIMENT TO SMITH. New York June 29.-Through the
w hours oat of the average laborer, if you
the Immigration law which
treat him right than to get the same operation COMPANy
i s National Photographers' Organ Gives prohibit\ the landing of any alien suffering
q amount of work In ten hours If bethinks
he Is being 'queeed.' Spac. to His Productions.The with fraction and which stipulated

Hun has always told It. readers that any such alien if under ace, (Jn.oorporatedl:
{ Contractor Whiting Acted. that Ip the person of James .'. Smith: must be cent back in rare of a relative

ro Contractor Whiting did not wait. for the people of Uaineivlll and this section or guardian, a woman who. ss a E. E. VOYLE MGR.

this resolution to go Into effect but had one of the belt photographer matter of kldness, acted as guardian to Abstracts of Title and fall information furnished regarding lands In thia
a 4 hs been working his men on a nine- and artists In the South and this state a Hebrew boy has been ordered to return county. Our manager ha lived in this county thirty years and

: > hour bad for several week. Mr, merit has been v rltltd by The Photographer with him to Europe. The boy's Is thoroughly conversant* with land tltl...

Whiting seems well pleated with the a publication of New York father lives In America and he arranged .

change, a* he U getting good servlen of wtth-a woman In his home tows te ZEl
which i II one of the leading journal. IE.: :
t and declares that his work I I. being the world In photography bring the son'over. She did no,. and !,

l done In a more up'to-dste and tub In a recent Unite of The 1'hotogrs- acted as his guardian on UM voyafex FIRE, ACCIDENT BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE. Rep re J
stsntlal manner than on the old oale. piier some, of the work of Mr. Smith His deportation will be the result sensing a number of prominent American and English eompanle. '
carpenters joiner are wa illustrated in half-tnne reproduo-
N strongly organised Both white and tlon. Among three was the picture of Arresttd ,for Robing Malls G-a.i-v-i OSville :: : Florida

;k,, colored mechanic have strung unions Matter John the little son of Mr. and ninnlnubsm.. Ala.. June. 29.-a. F. - . ---.- --- -
_ I or the white union there am twenty )Ir.. John Chennul. In commentingupon B1s>ett.< general delivery clerk In tie

four member, while the colored union this work the editor of The Photographer IMrmlncbain poetofficr' was arrested CLYDE LINE
t hat atnemberthlpof about forty, which on the. ,cbarga of taking money from .
slate. that I U 1 I. perfect In
the malls and was released on a11.SOO *
Include every colored carpenter In the every way and a credit to the maker.
city. Them are about twenty white This Is Indeed a compliment not only bond. lie was caught with fI
bills oa his person which had keen
carpenter who are not In the union to Mr. Smith but to Gainesville a. well,
% but they are sending In their name at a* specimens are collected' from every sent through; tbemallaa..dl.C..OJ.lt.Oato1flt'tl I
inspectors. A peculiar Incident
)LJ. every meeting,, The chances are that State In the Union and only the most in connection with the arr.asa
v by the time the. resolution goes into perfect are used in illustrating, .
the fact that his predecessor, Charles gas
1l.9 effect! ..hl".I\\,. per cent of ,tott mechanic
- 8. Kills: was arrested a month ago oa
of the city will\ lie fulMlvdged Acute Rheumatism.
precisely the same charge. and is now .
union men . Peep tearing or wrenching pains, oecsiioned I oat on bond awaiting trial. ,
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r by getting, wet through, won.
when at ret, or on first moving the Man's Head Blown Off. TRI- VVEEXIY: S.A.JLJN'GS: : '

tt M r. and Mrs. W. S. Dorasy and Child limb, and In cold or damp weather, .it BETWIuKN J
Hot Springs Ark.. June St.-W, D. Jacksonville and ISIew York
fie' In Railroad Wreck cured' quickly by Mallard'. Snow Llot .
McDowell was Instantly killed and fata CallingatCHARLESTOX.se\ both
m..nt. hear Oleson, UtUow' City, 111., ways. '
Mr. and AI,.. W y, l)or.\'y aud child, lon, John fatally Injured by tb. ex
write, Feb. lo, GU3i! "A I The Finest In
I ago Steamship
year the Coastwise
who are pending a short l while with IIlo loll of a boiler at the McDowellsaamlll. Service
relatives in Kentucky, have patted wa troubled with a pain in tny back.It 15 miles wet of her*. H. Clyde New
soon got so bad I eould not bend mill : England and Southern Lines
through an eipvrience hicK the eldera O. Moncrlef and D. Matblas. em-
over. One tattle' of Italian Snow
Dorseys will probably remember for a Liniment curvd me." Sold by W. M. ployes, were seriously Injured. The Direct A.nlf'O Rf't."Pt'n CKSOSVILLE. BOsTON and
long time, a* it wa a most etching Johnson, elder McDowell was adjusting the PRO\"IDI-NCE and All Eastern Point,
on., pump. when the boiler blew vp with Calling at Charleston both way.
Mason's Court.
Tom Dorsey received a card from hi* Judge terrific fore*. McDowells head was BE --W-EEXLY SAJLINGS: i

brother Wednesday bearing Information IIi. Honor Judge 11 O. Mason wa a blown off! and piece of the boiler and SSK3. . . . . . . . . . . . ... T..wiot'
that they had been in a wreck busy official Thursday. The ease if I other machinery were blown 100 feeor < . . . . . . . From Foot of Catherine JaehonYUle Wharf, RMt.4Q
riekett 1) J. Itlchbourg, replevinof ,
vs. nor The mill Is a complete
railroad In
upon some Kentucky which ...
horse, for hearing. On
a came up wreck.
proved disastrous to property and passengers. -
amount of the absence of witnesses, Clyde St. Johns River Line
: No particulars w.rr given,
the case was continued until July IS. Summer Tourist Rates Via Atlantic
r ; and it Is not known jut where or upon A.CKOONV.LL, Rod
Attorney Christopher Matheson Coat Line.
r ,i what road the aeoideot occurred. Mr. ap Slopping r""u- Astor, at Francis. "Bereeford
pared for the plaintiffwhll. ; (DeLandtnd) Intormedtaif \
visiting summer ,
Do,.., adds that both hlm.Hf and U yon contemplate Landings 00 tot. Johns HI..r. !
11 A. Thrasher represented the isfondant. Atlantio CoastLine
reports see ticket! agents
b iw wife terribly shaken and that
were up Steamer "CITY
and get all Information with freae JACKSONVILLE ,
I.r i a, the elothlng was torn almost from the In the ease' of T U rlet.\ But to rate. rooter. "aedul.. and I* appointed to ail as follow r"ue JACKBONVILLF _
, latter. They were not Injured, bow.ever ud Sundays. Tuet4a ..
1.1V. ft. Davidson removal of t..aa'i Pullman .servle SummettounatFateaais Thundal.. 1:30 p. m. Resuming, learn SANFORD ,
t): 4 which will t be gratifying t.tw. to now in eff*., t.o.U the principal resorts \Veda-.da" aDd Fridays 930. MoDeSaJ.' ,
motion for a new trial was arguedstthe with *.. a. m.
their frieads her. throughout eouairy .nubee.d.
CODe In.l It", .f which. the motion I turn limit Octottet., .,. Kate* bate a.mm vs rw.. SIUUULC: Xortkt-...
Mr, and Mrs. Dortey are rzpect.d wa d."i.d.noe, J. M, Rivers ba an.oua d t 0 all .pr .... mooat- lAa'IO.'m.: . . . ... .. . . Jacksonville . . .
. home within the neit two or tbr*. re r....*,'..d the plaintiffs. wblt Atlornrj ala and seashore reeori* For >h* or*( s 4&pm . .. . ... ". . Palatka. . . .. . .. .Arri..2&t... ,.'
'1 dsya. Aside from this exj*n..", thrasher argued for tae de- I Km ronnd-trip tickets! are now oo sale! a :oo am. . .. ... . . . .Ator . .. . ._.. .Le.T* 1:00 sm
feed in New Eiglaa4 territory, >0ana.Arrive . . .. ... . . . "" .:aopa
' their visit, ha been a delightful and tut lo resorts : M. F raaeis.: :: : : .: : : :: .:: .

beneficial. one. ._ ___ _______ ___...___ ..__ n ___._ .______--------- -- :SO an1OOO .... .. .. ... ... .. . r.ordCDeI..aDd) . .. . . . .. 2,00"1,00. ,
anford . . . . .... .... t:80am
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Rabekahs. Attention. Cnorry 1'cctoral.Coujhlnc -- -----..--- ED I.rp n.;... . . .. ... 10:'CO sag

I Coital Rebekab Lodge will hoW lu couebloc. day after (1R iERAL p.u& .urDTI :! Jr OFF1C-i.I W. BAY BT.. JACKBONyiI.Lit

regular meeting tonight' at i o'elook inMasoaie day, lean the threat and tug=s. w, G.r cte.lri1 tr Imx1:; Jr reostt'"-....sa.sr....., G+a. rint: w." Ilia, ....I.a..ma.

llalA/ full attendance ls Kcshhy tissues jive way.You are .AoaTT. re.fie H.... ......,. Jsa.eairta.r.J'\a.P. LOY&.Ll.t.s..rd.aea,,
teMtiPS-Asi. ,
s*, ..I.cS a. then will be election ff ill.. Ail your doctor why Cherry a7H 1.0. u" JOItJI.> r..Y.rt CLTDEM FJ.Jlfa..o...,", A .XgYe.eGnenl
H fleer*, iurkrua CCSKWA.X N. U. Pectoral cure coo hs. !" )I....... WK. r. CLYDE -' 00";:
Names L. Uoxa tie,. t es.bre.. aet= .u.\a"'JI..T Genital__ AC'tIS"' ,

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NOW ORGANIZED Depre..lotB.i"Improvements Being Filled Mad and .Other I H.F.DUTTON&CO"DEALERS! :

Marshal Pickruon has had A gang at

work for the |pats two data e'eanuiB!' IS-

N. P. Bryan Elected Chairman, and rpl''riot: 'he' streets A nui'ilxr' Sea Island OolrboiQ.-

J. G* Kellam Secretary.WILL The Col Liver C Kmulalon "Par frerUnet"for of T* l ni"OiH -11 \Ve.1:' *>-' -trre.whiiti I

Cough.Cold. ,,..lucau BrMcklti. La Grip. hkve tern made diss'grer tote I on

VISIT HERE SATURDAYSites CMcmptJoa Son Throat and and Lung all Fulmonarr. C.t rrk.Dteae Pn.._All.. account of the recent raiu, hh... been Sea Island C"tt"U Seed Bagging and Twine. Walrus Y

DruggUu two tin.Sec aDd'1. filled In, and the gutter on Et' +t Union Leather.= in Strips or Sidos.Manufacturers .
of the Various Schools of the street has been. cleared nf the unsightly
ate I mud and rubbi.h. The street now
,""iII ltl, to be Visited and Advantages I to all tending name and address to present a ninre rtpot.bl, ap \\u\lCtt. of the James Doij Improved} English '
\,hed-Joint Session Board of OZOMULS10N CO. 9' Ptas Street New York
I Marshal Pinkoson proposes to prosecute Sea Island( Cotton Gin and Supplies for Sni .

Control and Educational Board. I this work under the dire Jtinn of
.f Members of the Educational Board of Education and the Board Control the street committee until all thoroughfares ,

of Contral assembled in the board in Joint session : That. summer schoolfor are thoroughly oleaued. ------"'
i Colored teachers be and the same
room In the Capitol building, TallaJiaasee > : 1878
is hereby established at the Florida Card of Thanks.
at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning '
State Normal and Industrial School Mrs. Elisabeth Pinkoson desires to
and elected Hon N. 331.
P. Bryan of 3DTTTTO3ST& CO
Jacksonville chairman of the board. located at Tallahassee, Fla., The fol- extend through The Sun her sincere ; ; ,

r Prof. J. G. Kellum of Gainesville, lowing named persons shall constitutethe appreciation and thank for the many k
faculty of ad! summer school: J. kindness-s extended by friend duringthe
/ former chief clerk of the House of
Representatives, was elected secretary A.Orm.nd. principal; J. H. Coffee recent illness and death of her :B A l"rK ERS

'' to the board. and O. M. Tillman.. That said school grandmother Mr*. Margaret Marshall .

The Board of Control then met in shall be opened- on the 10th day of and begs to assure them that

joint session with members of the Jol,." these kindnesses thai, never be for Do a.oDeral lIaolllDir bu.lne.*. bur aDd sea ror.Utn and Dom..vlobtoki. saenaas. ;
There being no further basinets. the gotten.: The aooouata or i>.lien ,con>or llt>...tal'1lle",mrohtnu a.4 o'ererelyed
State Board of Education, and considerable I -.---- on f.Torabi* Mrnw. SixolH tow.JI".to maklo ool!.ouoa* OB aUoo.le },
joint session of the Board of Controland k
point>> In the United State
work was mapped out. Will Cure Consumption.A.
the State Board of Education adjourned
Delegations from Lake City and until Thursday of next week A. Herren Finch Ark. writes:

Gainesville were ready to appear before the 8th day of July at 10 o'clock.N. "Foley'a Honey and Tar I.! the best G..AIN"ESV: 1r..LE.: FLORTT' A

: the two boards, but a programwas B. BROWARD preparation for coughs, colds and lung . .. . .
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mapped out, deferring the bearIng Governor Chairman of Joint Session trouDla. I know that it has cured. consumption w

of arguments of the considerationof Board of Control and State Board of in the first .stages You SEA.:: :B a A. B :0

petitions at the present time. Education Miss. MATTIE VINKON never heard of anyone osinit "ole,'. ,

When the boards adjourned the following !- Secretary. Hooey and Tar and not being atisHed.
Air Line Railway
was promulgated : J. W. McCollum A

Tallahassee Fla., on this, the :28th:? JUSTICE COLMAN'S COURT. - ____ Cu.y___-

day of June, 1906, the Governor of ther Panama Port Quarantined.New . FOP: . .

State of Florida having been notified Riley Williams Arraigned For Carrying York, June 29. The. qu&ntlne

'., <. of the organization of the Board of Concealed Weapons. against Lahoca, three miles from Colon Savannah Columbia, Camden Southern

Control and State Board of Education Williams in Justice because of a bubonic plague cast)
Riley was arraigned
ttir/' to be held in the executive office. Colman'a court Thursday morning there has temporarily stopped freight:. Pines, Raleigh Richmond Wash-

Those present were as follows: of concealed traffic' by one of the steamship lines I
upon a charge carrying
,: Constituting the Board of Control between New York and Panama. Unless ington Baltimore Philadelphia -
weapons and assessed to pay the usual ,
** K. P. chairman P. K. other cases appear at aboca
ii Bryan, ; Yonge, and three
fine of 9100 costs or spend
:' Nathaniel Adams, T. B. KinlA.; f.. months in county' prison. Not having where the Panama freight U. trans. New York, ;I
jr 1B'rown.. ferred. the quarantine will be lifted _.
the "wherewith" to gain his freedom ------ --- --
July 9. The embargo does not affect ,
Constituting the State Board of Education
he will take a few lessons in the turpentine Thivo Trains
-N'. B. BrowardGovernor McDonald'. direct shipments to Colon nor hinder Elegant Daily. ,
industry at camp. .
V. Knott State Treasurer W. M. Hol. i the transportation of government sup
; Williams arrested Deputy
was by for the canal
loway, State Superintendent ; H, ClayCrawford Sheriff L. E. Story at Windsor. piles sone. Seaboard Florida Limited.

Secretary of State ; W. H. The cue of the State vs. Chas. Braddock Guilty of Peonage.

Ellis, Attorney-General. was called, but continued on account Montgomery Ala., June 29.-The Seaboard

The Joint session organized by the of the absence of witnesses for first case of a white! man holding a Express.

election of Governor Broward as chair the defendant.. The case will' b... attain white man In a state of peonage wan

,man and Miss\ Mattie Vinson as tem called on Thursday of the corning concluded la the United States court Seaboard Mail. ,,

porary secretary. Thereupon the !chairman week. yesterday John B. Dowdotn a farmer .

Governor .N. B. Broward stated of Coffee, receiving a penalty of a

s. the object of the meeting to be the determination Ragtime Revenge. year In jail for holding Ramon Rhodes,

\ of the place of location of Lydia Jackson she got mad with a young; white boy. and forcing him to MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENTThe

V University of the State of Florida and Parson Drake-this tale is sad Witha work without pay. This was a hard!

7 the Florida Female College and to big old ugly butcher knife Lydia tried. fought cause, to refute the charge thatit SKA' BOARD FLORIDA LIMITED! is a solid vestlboled train, corn-

I prescribe the rubles and regulations for to end the parson's life. But Parson was only those holding negro who nosed exclusively of now Pullman 'llJlplII""t-lholrlj Oar Double DrawlagKoom ..
Sleepers: .! dtateroom" and Observation (' ro-tiperatlug between 81. Augii
/ the conduct and governance of the Drake was "Johnny Wise" and said were vigorously. prosecuted.
\ .same, and the proper management he'd blacken Lydia's eyes-which he -- 12:10 p. m. and Jack"vll" li:: :) dally eicept Hund.,.,

\ thereof as well as of the other institu- no doubt would have don with vim If Yacht Week Is Ending. flI

I tlons, to-wit : The Colored Normal Lydia had kept on pesterin' him. Kiel Germany June 29-The yachtIng Only Line OperatingDaily
w ek U I ending with, cold, stormy
Blind Then Marshal Pmkooon Joined the
I School and the Institute for the ,
\ Deaf and Dumb and to determine ask band and upon :Miss Jnokson laid his and rainy weather.' The Hnaprens arrived Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonville to New Orleans
her to cruise
today with Bnipe
to any change as to location of either hand "You come with rue," remarkedthe
ror William on the llobentollern down
l-ot said mentioned Institutions that co,- ; "this trouble now has got to the 004 1., .Io t of the. American For Information and sleeper reservations call on any agrntlesMxtrtf or
be and writ. A. o. MACDONKLL. H. c. JlOYI.t1TON1 Ja..
may necessary or required to slop yachts wilt make their .
|do every other matter or thing that Before the mayor this woman went the Isle of Wight..: way Asst. General Passenger Agent: Passenger Agent, :

may appear to be necessary and requisite and $10 and cost was what she spent to JACKSONVILLE:. FLORIDA.W B1

to carry into effect the provisions straighten matters out once more- ..-.'... .. .-- ..... .
k; of the law. bat Parson Drake still feels quite sore "la your lIOn Improving much with

k Upon motion it was resolved that against the woman with the butcher the TlcJInr

the boards shall visit the several locations knife who, in her madness, would take "Ob. yee! We ran DOW tell whether ra

( ... before selecting the site for ahe'UDlver.ltl his life. he's tuning or playing! Ott

; that the boards visit the That's. all. . and
- He not naptauaAtly
school for the blind deaf and dumb at
We Might. who U guarded by poverty and gabled. M Ml] JOURNAL
St. Ao ultlo.. Fla., on Friday Jane by lore.-Bldoy.
The Gainesville San quotas a .
SOGainesville; Fla., on Saturday Jail -- - -
1 ; Lake City, Fla., on Monday, July who has spent five winters In that cityas A Bad Scan.Iome .
saying that in all that time she has ..
3, assembling at Tallahassee In the executive day you will get a bad ..eare.wh..o THE NATIONAL FINANCIAL
lb. first bit of
never heard gossip or
10 o'clock Thursday
office at
feel a pain io bowel,
slander from the lips of of her you jour DAILY NEWSPAPER.
morning, July 6.1905.Mr. any . ,
and fear appendicitis, Safety lies Inn
people She truly speaks of I it a.
Ellis read section 21 of the
,. King's New Lit. Pills, a sore euro,
remarkable. Would Gainesville
Buckman bill the law under which weare "most for all bowel and stomach. diseases
folks exchange even heaven for He\'calH the News and Fact
resolution governing.
operating. The following such as headache, biliousneM, eostlve-
their own tda'I'-Tlm..UDloa. We .
was adopted i ness. eta. Guaranteed .'. all drag ValueH.
..... State Board might bat we are In no particular
"Be it resolved by the gists' only 26e. Try them
about the Studies underlying cnllRts'of Market
hurry making change. .- -
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i Low Rate Io' Whit. Springs.
Cures Old Sores.
Spend a while at While Hprlne the Reviews analyze and! criticises Railroad
Westmoreland, Kans., Way 6. lka. $'
I Miss N. Norton.I Ballard Snow Liniment Co.t Your leading health resort of the $late. On and Industrial rtortH.[ .

the far famad t'u..nnriv.r., Th.
Snow Liniment eared an old sore on Ha complete tablen of Earnings orProperti. ;'
Gainesville and Jolt offers the follow.
: the side of my chin that was supposedto
Gainesville Circulating log low round>I rip rates from (lain... .'H.
be a eaneer. The sore was stubborn
Tlllei Sunday only Ill ticket good Quotes active and inactive Stock and
\I ...Library... I and would not yield to treatment, until *
going Batarday and returning Monday' ,
I tried Snow Liniment, which did Bond
12 W: ticket good for' fltteen day.a. .. ;
the work la short order. My sister.Mrs. Iioc rllli the last tulle of KondH and the
.' Oily the Latent PepaUr FkJ... $ttoplu>> J. Canon AlUnsville. $ Double dally .ervle. Forfartb.rp.rthsulan )
lIma Co.. Pa., h4 a sore and m!.. ioqair of ticket agent If yield on Inv<*itrnentM at the price. g

trusts that it .. a caaeer. Please send . ... ... .
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SPECIAL SUMMER TERM:: lit. j her a &oe bottle. Hold by W. M. John AnHwern, without charge, InquIrifH con

pr week: *Ui>.!M tfc sH. e....*.. 4..- son. _. _. The Florida cerning In VetitrncntH.u. R'
I.. the w Ka. ooILIID.'O\ b kept
*: qoTfrON fKa ..I'i= Sent Up for &.arc....,. .. wm. Aally'C. MMIU TilE WALL HTHKKTJOfKXAL

I - Constable J D. Bifont of KswUtrry Fruit and Truck Grower Is better ..jsAll. ..4 .. ..,..t ...., i

.. - .. .- wa la the city Thondsy. tie brought' ctrl., u4 prdWl"lj and] te a4v('". chisel I.,*.tPUIILIJJIIKD >
J. C. Carter colored. who warn eovl ted sar./a tllM ... wko deer ....
E. H. WATERS I la Justw IJeader.e.'. eaart M L.J. 0XCXBT. drtru.4rr.f> r,
New berry epoo a eaasce of lareey and
t a
psmicu. ...tc* ed to. a terra of tar.. montfce!Is OM Tsar> .. ..... _.. .........

tnc sweaty gang. Magic .., ... . . .......... .e DOW JONES & CO., .
PAPER HANGERHouse No Secret About IUIt 44 BrsM4 Mr.s4. 5.w Terk. "

is so ....., that tee ..u. barms.aU .

Paiatinr .rs.fewr. .....-,..eyes M....... A ......1OIII.r' IUostrteJ. ......... IIS a Tees, .1 a *..tk. Jy
and Decoratinf.nwm notkiag to so effective M Bo* l..'. Ar- It.,.... epuiy to t JM> later..**) of
tees frail sad n g* *feU growers of
take losig to
I al.e.1U14111.5. ales Slav*. "It drfn'l n*****.
I HMM sad U W aU 0, K.
t oar a bed tore I bad, A psjUl trial MtMcrfftiott' of sit
tor save .,..." writes D, L. Gregory' of a.sths -us..* .-.* s r*.4H0t Of M
]Full llal.f Plato a04 Wall Pap.r.1. tsktett,
T 2ik tail.drug lIorM. Seals Etst.p
M4... Hops. w-
!r -. Moth !M lowest priee 10 \ ._
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r 'D A-I LY -i' : ITHE NEW PLANET. consistently followed would remit In ,

Qth &, gFun much benefit from every tandpoin. -1 ."?.'
: "It, U almost a* inconceivable that It would not Injure any city to take :

the United State should remain In into consideration many of them if KINO OF ALL, LINIMENTS

.tiered ai tbe Post Office at'Galnaa-vUle.na.. that Ideal isolation a* that some vast not alL By doing these thing the 1 .1

an eeoocd-olalI nail natter.B. planet aoddenly ioirodaced Into the city of Gainesville can be made II CIRES,*HE J 1ATIsM AND ALL.PAH! :.

system should not have ha perturbing handsome at any in the South. Rplm0qya,.---t""' alltn.I.w eueeeneaee;
'. .H. McCRJCABY.. Editor! and Publll _.......r......a.eatal. .n.ayee
ASHLKY AmooUte Editor.
W. W. : words spoken by Premier Balfour'at l- .an.......MM10aer MRWSUIh.e.....au...,..............or oe Alt ......!
Again hat Columbia Port No. 708.
the dinner Ambassador Reid.pre.ent.
,; JESSE BURTZ.. City Editor. A. R., of Chicago paid tribute to Gen.
a striking& bat truthful picture r
Stephen D. Lee of VIc'i>riurp. Miss ,
LOUIS J. :BRUMBY, Uen'l: TravelingAgent.. of the position of the:United Plate In
commander of the Confederate Veteran -
the world, say* The Wall Street Jour-
F. M.;PREWITT. SUP Combing Rooms nal. We area D'ew planet auddenly of the South with a camp fire. All

L the Confederate organizations of the
appearing In the firmameaitof Interra:
OFFICE POKIER BLOCK. In the The featureof
city joined events
tlonal polities. and''coJDmerce. It li
eg W.Main threat, S. TKLBPROXB 431
oar the bivouac wa the appeal by this
.. not aurpriilng tht appearance hai
f TUB part*fiw,published every morning ex- caused a "comm ttoa among the other gallant Southern:! soldier for the return

,r. apt Monday,delivered: by carrier in the city or of the tattered flag and banner that
and that ,
mailed to any part of the foiled: States,pottage "planet, many telescope adorn the G. A. II. trophy room to the
; free, fors year; also ads' : month; rlasthree are directed toward u* and many po
months;or 50 cents for five weeks-etrictly in. litical astronomer are endeavoring to men from whom they were won daring'
1 advance. .' the struggle: of the title: *. In regard
/ .
( discover
y what ww ar. made of and whatour ,
to the recent action of Congress In providing R +
exact'orblt la.
Reading notices in local column to cents a line for the of the i
return flag
(; lor first insertion and 3 cents for each additional The truth of what If,. Balfour says now 1
r In the war office at Washington to the
.insertion.Kates cannot be disputed, and yet his word
for display adrcrllglng-cuacl* known onapplication. calculated dlicutiion. Confederate soldier, Gen. Lee *aid r
"I the wound ha healed
am glad *o
The fact U that we are almost a* startled
that' the flags can be returned before "I much afflicted with themnatt write '
was ,
The Twice-a-Wcelc Bun is an eight-page,forty. by our growth Into one of the
+r those who loved them and bled for ..Ed.C.Nad.lowAYl11eJ 3edgwick .,Ean"1"EOfuc
6 oolnnn paper published .yer, Monday'.o4Thursday world "planet or power a* the peo
them are all under the sod." ,about on csntchea mud suffering a great deal of pcin.
and contains all the news ol the
? pie of Europe are. This Introduce a
I was induced to try Ballard'Snow Liniment which
local and and will beJ'
week State general,
yS difficult a problem fur n* a* It doe for cored me, after wring three SOc bottle ITIS TUB
mailed, postage fret to any part of the Uallf4
for England Germany or France. NEWS TERSELY TOLD. GREATEST LDHMBNT I EVER USED;have recomtnended -
States or Canada f too a year-la advance
it to a number of penonaU
o expreMthemMlvee
International of the
The policy a*being benefited by it. I now walk
All advertising bills become due after.first Isolation. We The director of the Chicago board
? United State bat been without crutches. and am able to perform great
appearance of advertisement unless otherwise do of trade have voted to close the exchange deal of labor the farm/*
have left othernatlon to a* they light on
t stipulated.. contract. Parties not known tons Monday and Tuesday, July 3
pleated, and have attended strictly to THREE SIZES: 25c sac AND $1.00
will be required to pay for advertising ads and 4.L 'rr ;. . ,
'vaoce. Address, TUB DAILY BUN.O.uJfa.vu.a.a. our cwn affair Bat whether we like __ BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT
James Horton, former pretldent of _
PLA forced abandonthat
It or not we are to
IT. LOUIS. U. !. A.
the United States
--. policy. We have been obliged to company
ttir died today after a protracted Illnessat
The postal deficit this year I I. ex. take oar place in "the solar ytem" Middletown N. Y.

6Chcl to be shy about $15,000,000. of world politic a* a planet of the

first magnitude. Already we hare William J. Fielding, an actor quite SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

'I With go many law enacted It make confessed our new relation to the well known about the country, J.J deadat -VVrd: :. JOHNSON: Ga.Ln.eevLJ..J.e.r''I'I''I'I''I': ;
: In Richmond
r home Hill L. I. lIe
The last and
f it hard for the .people to obey them world In algnal way* waa stricken with heart failure on tC
most notable exercise of our enlarged
all. board a train homeward bound. '
Influence was President Roosevelt' Intervention

The tannic players have between Russia and Japanfor From the bedside of Secretary of

State John Hay, at his summer home .
about all the matches la the tour peace
won the The Felts, N. If., It wa announced < "If
i nament In England Mr.I fialfour'\ word are interpreted that the You Are Insured. .

eSome a* a bid for an Anglo-American alli comfortable today night.secretary He appeared passed a much very +
ance. I* it necessary that we
of the road in
Levy countyarc stronger this forenoon and was in excellent .
Into anything of that kind Cannot
receiving attention and being Im go spirits.LLOmmander. Ina Company that I I. Responsible Have a Policy Correctly
i proved. Good idea. i the United State the better pro / Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company r-
Roy C. Smith, the Amer.
Ictereit and those of _
mote herown Pay Losses Promptly _
ican naval attache at Part, and Cap
whole world policy of absolute
the by a
The Chinese were excluded when tain Prince Itchljo, the Japanese naval 4

they attempted to butt in on the Ru.- Impartiality toward all nation, attache, hare been Invited to attend
You Are Assured
treating all alike? We do not need an C \1
1 o-Japaneie peace conference. the naval fett\lttaa\ at Brest In '-

M1ry.-,' 1 ,....._.....: alliance for oar protection. This question which the British and French fleet 1p4 !

Tl' The report from Russia would Indicate may soon become a vital one, for will participate. That no serious lot can overcome you without! yon have some t

In the policing of the Pacific pe maybe \ refuge. ,.
that the tafeit place I.I at the "
asked "to take aide
front. The Internal strife going on !I.

*ifi. 'Imply fierce -_-_. FOR' A CITY BEAUTIFUL. DYSPEPSIA t Fire, Life, Accident and Heal Insurance.r C:

The Vlgo County National Bank at

Terre Haute, Ind., has failed withoot The mayor of Denver direction Col., took a ..Bavi-?.j oak..y..r wnnd.rlwt ..<'....."..'fee I I None but Reliable Companies Represented. I II' C
the aid of Castle Chadwlck or Ulgelow step In the right when he ...... _D.b.. and b./". .111..1) ....01.f.......ek.I.nh I /

I of Milwaukee, Inued a proclamation namlnga "clean- ......V.aid...drsap.I..Ibunk.... to,ak. ..,.....a..word.'. .o of..poatlo.praise I'.
... ,...... ......... m"or .o+. .11.4 ......H.. "
asked the
4 .. up-day upon which he people a wSt....a/ avail tad } .... ... ( .... tiller. I'
- \ 1 .t. A. Nt. 'CUSH\J.AN e,
to give heed to the following w4o.r.s r.rsrtlaa a ski nibs. b.r t.i.a ,

b Engineer Wallace. of the Panama Canal "If store front, residence or 1.....:M Uaaa, M* II*,,,.,....J I".y CI' .31.1.,.
and a member of the commission your Information cheerfully furnished GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA C:
fence Is dull or dingy, order itpalntetl
has resigned to accept a job In New. esl for
"If awning Is old, torn or faded,
1 The
York at an advance In salary. All wag Dowels I"'I"'I' <
get a new
not pleasant along the canal .
If your sidewalk, fence or gate need -
_.____-._ --_
i repairing fix I It.
Ureeue and (laynor will be on hand uuttrr avn.avio
"Destroy the young weed that are
for their trial for defrauding the Ito.ernmtln' .> Whiskies Wines Beer and
starting on your property and on your r Malt.f.
on a (contract but It's dollar neighbor' property .f

dimes that clear. Carter .
to they get
? old --
"If advertising sign I is or
your !>1 waa*.raUtakl.I Pe..aa.Ta.a.O.ed DO .
i paid the penalty, and their. contract faded take it down or paint 'It. dfr a/.t. Wass..N Urlp. lir, BW.Mo.M:T:rp EXPRESS PREPAIH. Bulk; Ued!-JuM Free Set Prepaid..
iota l'y. balk. T". (...l....w., ,'.. .4 OOC.
v wa with Carter. "Ueiolve never to throw paper In oaaa.at..d ...;...,rwu amM?i"Mia. Full Qi. Meaauie. 4 Ota. I Qta. 12 Q,.. tl.ftO Per Gallon: f
--"'"- .,..u.c R.m"dy eo..CUsao or M.Y. MSAflSUALSALE Hunting Club Rye .......es M 1400tft .7 00 'Rye tin. Corn Hood trrade.J.W ,
k streets. t Nekton County a'..... ,.1 SOTS 1 r 60 !: Per Uallon 1,,
The boats along the null Coast have "Take all dandelion out of your TEN MILUOII BOXES Monocram Rye........ I to ISOSCO a 00 fe,Gin. Corn lelilD.It.. qu'Utl' f

ai reeentt been Inspeoted by Hear Admiral Iswn-they poll its beauty. -- --_. -- .. ...-.------------ Haaae's"14"Kre....... 1 11 e 50 R,..Ola. Corn K IVrtJaJlon!Rum. i ent for: Lbe money.
Wise and he found them In a bad "lluru all the rubbish possible-a'.lownu S-1.IDroro-.eo e toco 1100" t.UIOPerO.UOD:
. W Rye Peach and Anpl ralld,. Mellow

''' condition. Defective life-preserver. one to throw It on the streetallej Malt"lIeb Wblakey./' ....ad,.. .......... I t tootoo 9 10W e4 by..,..

wrr and improperly carried llfe boat were :or vacant lot*. F9LEVSHONEYonTAR Api'le Urandy.HotiaadUta .- -A....... I 7T5 II II'Ioturt.. Rre HOOPertlaUon-Social Drupe Bye. Medl laa,

found In nearly e'erora't. Several "Promlie not to spit OD theldewJlu ............. I 171 r Zb quality.LEMI .

'' inspectors may IM rmoved.TheTwentleihCentury block OeD..'Gin. .........-. I Mln 100 950 ST. LOUIS BEER. Per Dot
ocleiy -
"Organise a Improvement
.. - Nonb Carolina Cora. .. 9 M 1 00 T 00 Fa1a\alr........ ...... .. .... .
-- -- ........
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.. .. . li at.
----- --- - and allow weed to onidewalk Mouatala c- n .I e MT
no grow ....... Extra ... . . .............. ..... J 00..
Limited train J..a&e.R.1D .1"" 4 to O ....... :. ..... .
area or vacant property la ...... Sta d.nt. .. ". .. 18G
MMfuld kGID. S 1& a IJOCO s SO "
Malt eitra dark . ... ...... .. ... .. .
of the New York Central and LakeShore your block Unr-.lnad.1 7' I a soKlaG Cuburs-or.Imported .... .. .. .... ... I 101'CJO
Railways will continue to make and of &t1. Bourbon 1 Toa 00 a M HaaaAl*.WniaUuiBMaa . ...."<.. ... ...- .
"Ask your milkman groceryman Tie original Assortment Allowed on AU Goods of Sam Stout pint ......... lM
the schedule time of 18 hour between expresmau to have their wagon Pr&o.. trices by tke bbL on aC'pU.oo..

New York and Chicago. It ha been painted[ LAXATIVE cough remsdy.Tit .

decided that the recent accident IUAMriaYT. HANNE JACKSOSTILLIL.FLA. .
was BROS
"Irrespective of the le of your g.nuln.ROIoET'a w. .

not caued by the speed of the train. house, make your Uwn the finest. ..
nON&Y acid TAR I.a --------- ---- --- -- .
------ --
.. ..
- "Illuminate the front of your store YeU.w psekaga. Usf... s.batitai.aa> r... M. 0........ Prvsldeat H. E. TAYLOR, Cashier y 1.
Two farmer
Georgia were passing
in the bulneaection. 0.0. W. IlToa. VI .-Pra.i Pvepseed.mly fy At. Cashier
through a lane In opposite direction 'l.,.ry effort put forth. or dollar
...., a O.nt c"....
with their wagon, and it wa so narrow pent to improve our city' appearance

they locked wheel A* they were will be returned two fold." For Sale by J. W. Mef-lleaj. A Co. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANt

both stopped suddenly they whippedoat The** tufgeetloo for beautifying .---- -..--..--- -

their revolver and commenced the city of 1"euv.r apply with equal' MEN ARQ WOMEN.Fw .Y 1OB'

firing at each other. Roth men are force to any city in the country and If Fw W Y .aM
now In no condition to tak aoup. ... -- -- _.. - . -.---- -- 1a1 4 ,
-- -- --- - Ifl iMM .eI
Make the lane wider .rr..r.w ALACHUA
BTATB or Onto CITY or Tot.sro, { ____ 's.o..M.N. w it..
LI'CA COFTY. i J' Ileasi t ..a psar.ias
Capital. . . . . .
. . . . . 150,00000 .
which baa "
of Control
The Board Frank J. Cheney make oath that h. :e.a. .a.t b psat..v.r.1

matter of locating the Bute school is senior partner of the firm of F. J. a..w tw e Surplus and Undivided Profits.
. 30.000 00
under consideration, will make a tour I Cheney A Co., doing: t' "..* In the tar ./ R pica N r.p.rf,

t of the varioo ellle of Florida, befor I city of Toledo, county and State alo- 0... earn*....e.47aMtbtaetMlMsewtabrMtnn..nsv. ..-.. I sasses ...........Carear.q..w.a aar ba6b la lr.N leaeta..ef .

!' stilling on a location. The sentiment 1 said. and that said firm will pay the mr ......erene-.. as..--............er.Ia--aao.eaq .

of the people teem to keep up for urn of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARSfor H.K. TATLOR.Caafcter.ACCDBEHT .

iaaevllle.( and the fair manner U each mad vsvry omaot catarrh tbateannut PATENTSGASNOW .-------- ... .--- .--- -- --.. -- ---
which the argument for this city have Ise aural by the came of liar's ',

been put forth oaaao help but have a Catarrht\irv. FRAIOC J. CHKNKVH : "'WFmLU1'BAD
-or Tfc. health
bearing on the question. In this 6th of D..
. .. bar preeeoe day V...04'
d of a community can be only correctly" ....ber. A. D. lE>f4. _, $.. ALL a.1NlTalta..e IH

,, I1s Moeruiaed by the report to the Stale (Sail). A. OLKASON.. .-_. Lw..W It awabSpM sus.al.at [

Board of Health there have been Hotter Priue. TBS OLDEST ;
a* d tMsNlse te.'weelt .
Hall'* catarrh Oar la ttxoei tutor.aally RwaNww.t.nblg=
BO f alee latemeou ,regard. UtUoity.la &.ad.... 4lrejy oa t*. Wood -srar e . vats. r..rs1YS rice.aalw.v.et axe BEST COM

Y. health a* la every other reepeei. mad mojeooe .rheee of la* .J....... t... PAH1E3crxrzzz
the past record of Ualneevltl U on* to tl..d for "** 'IBIMI'-1A.tree.

be proud of. bearati: the> record and 1.'. J. OIIKMKY A CO.. To).." O.
r ... if aught can bt Mid to lujur be, Sold by aU dnwgist. Tie.

etaDd..alD any way. We are open for Take Rail Family Pill for OAU-- F-oWTIR
>, taeetigttlG.. Wet ... : .GAINESVILLE

r'I '" w e. ..i ,.-.._ -

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"k't'tpt ,
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Via Seaboard Air Line Account Session
'1' .
.c. SV-Jr C"'d The Seaboard AirLine Railway hat
f ..Id b1 snits s a 50,937
'J been designated by the Florida Elks'
From Various
; Association a.! theft official route! from ,
T"., Sections of State. Florida to the Grand Lodge Session st r *,
Buffalo. It is the desire. to operate a

)THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS press agent is sending oat a large Florida Elks. special tram to leave Cast During First Two Weeks ofMerchants'

I { -y- amount of advertising, but some of Tampa at 8 p. m. July Sch and Jacksonville t

;. .Transpiring. in "The Land of Flowers." the State papers claim) they have DO at B a. m. July 9th. The train
contract with him.A to eon.ill'i of dining, bagcifre car and
VJ Things "Boiled Down" to Suit the drawing Pullman
very distressing drowning accident room sleepers
Busy Reader-Items of Interest to occurred in Pensaeola) Tuesday through to Buffalo without Change, Library Contest
.All I Classes. afternoon. Three The route of travel will t be via Seaboard
r, children of Mr. and
Fears are now being shipped from. Mrs Thomas Suarez were drowned in to Richmond paining. through; .
Savannah, Columbia Camden and
BonentoLekecounty. I Bayou Chico\ lu the eastern portion of
Dearer Dam the city while bathing. The oldest cf Raleigh ; R. F. A P. to Washington, ... .
was built at O.alab.t and Penn. R. R. Washington to Ituf.
the children was a girl of 14 the
eight, amid much enthusiasm.fcrOtter years
..,. youngest six. Palo Only seventy-flve pr"Pngere: are
Creek invites the people to required to secure this special train
join them in their 4th ef July celebra The Times-Democrat says that it is service. Clip out Coupon printed below and

'tion.jPeniacola. pretty generally conceded that the' Round-trip rates to Buffalo! and return

.. ',- will open the new Bay. i further eoply of Increase Levy county in tales do not for want school any Passengers from Gainesville.from Miami$34 93 and Key vote for contestant of your choice. See-
view" Park with a grand celebration on
July 4tl nrpofes. The prodigality of the last I West will re-purchase at Jacksonville %
Legislature will 'oall for several mills
Through .sleepere for Buffalo
; sEustie merchants feasted on a 65- Increase of State taxes and any 'additional !. will positively leave Tampa at S SUNDAY'S DAILY SUN for particulars. ;
i pound watermelon the other day, and increase
I would not be welcome
p. m. July 6th and Jacksonville S a. a
they claim that section leads on fine Wiley W. Lee of Oviedo, Orange m., July' 9th for the Elks and their
' county committed suicide in his roomin friends. Secure'jour Pullman sleeping
?The Metropolis lays that Jackson.'fUle the Erickson Hotel, Jacksonville,on car space now.
don't want the State University, Johnson street Tuesday afternoon. Tickets OP sale at rates named for LIBRARY VOTING COUPON.

bat it does want a new and more substantial L..t' swallowed a quarter of an ounce all train. July 8lh, 9th and 10th, but

Jail. of morphine, and before he took the In order to reach Buffalo for the openIng This coupon\ entitles the holder to two votes that can be o"d fo

The Plant" City brick factory >s all deadly drug he wrote three letter., session ask for.sleeping car reservation any institution competing for the beautiful library when properly

ready for business, a* soon as the mil- bowing that he had planned to' ,take on the Florida Elks' Spec's' fllleil out, sigued and returned to the ballot boxes in either the above'', ,

road completes the sidetrack to haulawaj his own life. lie leaves a wife and A day in Washington sightseeingand stores. ; ,

the product. three children. Financial ruin the visiting the government buildingshas

The auto race prograq to be givenon ause. There was afwoman with him been arranged. Name of In.tlluU
the 4th of July at the Pablo-Atlan at the hotel. Stop-overs fen days, within final

tic Beach course will be of unusual interest. limit on all extended tickets, has been rams of Voter . . . . . . .
There will be 15 events. Dying of. Famine arranged on the return trip at Philadelphia TilE nAIl.sex..
I*, in its torments,'like dying of con- : Baltimore and Washington.
TeUair -
Senator Stockton of Jackson : -
umption. The progress of A trip to New York can be taken inconveniently ,
vllle was injured in a wreck on the consumpioa I '.' .. . ..- -.. ..--.-. .. ..- --.-.. .i.ia
from the beginning to the very : on side-trip rates of $4.
Southern Railway at Springfield, Va.
end, is a long torture, both to .victim i Philadelphia to New" York and return I
'He received a cut on the leg and! hand. d
and friends. "When I had consump- I good six da,..
During a thunder storm the eleotrie ion in its Ont stage" writes Wm. My The Florida delf'latlon11'11I be personally

lighting plant at Plant City received en of Cearfoss, Md., "after trying dUi i conducted by James F. Taylor, FaySholesTypewriter

more electricity than it could erent medicine. and a good doctor In : traveling passenger agent of the Seaboard -

handle and was put out of commission. vain, I at last took Dr. King's New Di. I Tampa, Fla. ,

John Davie, while riding in the woods covers, which quickly and perfectly Fcr sleeper reservations or other Information ;

near Gulf Hammock. killed a rattlesnake cured me." Prompt relief and sure write S. C. Uoylslon, Jr., Jir'IIk1Li

that measured 13 feet 7j? inches. cure for coughs, colds, sore throat passenger agent, or A. O. MaeDonell.assistant .

It bad 36 rattles and a button. It beat bronchitis, etc. Positively prevents general passenger agent, At'KMUWLBIHlEl)
the record. pneumonia. Guaranteed at all drug Jacksonville, Fla.Stimulation .
..or... Price 50c and U. bottle. Trial THE B1EEi1TJIAC11
The Wilder brothers, who were held bottle free.
Without Irritation.In :' TIIK: JUnKET
for the murder of Oscar A. Brannen at

Plant City, have been discharged, but HUSBAND'S MONEY TAINTED. ease of stomach andiljr; / trouble ii a 8 Tabulator
their bail still holds, pending the grand the proper treatment 1s.tto stimulate UnlYfRSAl nnOOARD D I ON +
jars investigation. Wife Refused to Live With Spouse Because these organs without Irratatinc them, Every Machine.Lightest t
Ho Followed Races. Orino Laxative Fruit aids
Syrun dlg"s-
Frank Crook is the suggestive name
New York, June 29.-A: new angle lion and stimulates the lifer and bowels .
is in Tam
of a colored man who jail at
ban been given to the discussion of : without irritating these Ilk.
organs Shift Lightest Running I The
pa,chu/o'ed/: with stealing a trunk from I
"tainted money" by Mrs. William Con- pills ordinary cathartics. It does
the Coast Line depot, the contents of or Champion. Hpeed Writers of the World
cell, of Staten Island. Before sn- not nauseate or grins and Is mild and
which were valued at $1,400. prem, court justice Kelly, In Brook. pleasant to take. J. W. McCollum[ A Use the FAy.SlioI, More Fay>8hoUs In .

The people of Miami have raised the lyn, in response to habeas corpus pro. Company. use In U"lnpnl1lft than any other machine,
sum of $1,500 to offer as a reward for ceedlngs, by the husband who wishedto --- --

i \ the apprehension of the murderers of obtain the custody of hla child To Tunnel Under Rlvsr.Washington. .

r O. E. Davis and hie daughter. The Rena, Mrs. Connell declared she would June 29-:'Acting Secre. For Salo by . .

State will probably give $250. never live with her spouse so long .. tafT of "War .Oliver today approved

,*.L Col Zach Chambliss, nays The Ocala he continued to obtain money a*' she the application of the New York and THE SUN, Gainesville, Fla.

) Star, had ICO acre of melons, from put It, by gambling- Long Island 'Railroad company for ...
which he shipped 7 :ears, receiving for Her husband was a good man, and permission construct a. tunnel from ___ lU _! r (

the first car 1210: the prices then dropping won heavily at the race track she the foot of Porty-Seoond street across. -- - .. .- .... .. .. ..-.. __._.. w
I until $65 was' the lowest for a car, said, but It was against her religious the river to the foot of Fifth street t

.,. all spot cash on the track. training to use funds so obtained, and Long Island City. BrUher one tunnel THE EVERETT HOTEL ;
.- although Connell left large sum lying
Mid-Winter fair at Tampa has will be two tracks, or two tunnels withone ,
decided finally on the dates, which she about refused on table to and touch in drawers It and had for her returned the authorization.track each Is permitted Permission under also 285 W. Bay St., JAOKSONVILLK=, FLORIDA.

November 15ih to SOfli, The
will be ber
to parents taking along the
was given to sink a sh&ftt .Man-o.
children. / thereaffaly repaired asnl rrns'aU>4. ewlj farsl.bed. '
6 War "reef at the soathm\end of U eBUckwella Centrally loratedr e
Jnstics Kelly advised the woman to Island. : Knreprsa; 1'1...
._ .
return to her the 9'
husband latter hay. - '
___ .___ _'n __ _____. '_ .
lug declared to the court that be was -FT MA&sQrsr,

In receipt of a regular Income, !but THE POWER OF STEAM.IVsusr H ..= 'toTake
the woman refused and the writ was -

. dismissed. ;I Say .*e It Hat rait It...T ke 0..... I.I The Atlantic Coast Line 1 1'j' '

i A Thousand Dollar Worth of Good."I Wen James Wstt saw the ...."'
I I.. k* tl. 114 to end FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
I ' eauolnc J with
; have boon afflicted kidney does be.Mhl 'T'b.r. moat t. lit fJ
purrs VIa
VI. \
1 sod bladder trouble/ for years passing that steam that It CAB lUt each a v \\\1\ .
1 I ...Iah&.- North t7 upoaa t .ovW.S1aUea S t D.p.nw
1f gravel or stones with esernaiatlsg. There was, l1as : ( n es g ;
1f f pain." says A. II. Thorn.., a well J,/.'I0". prior to him he" jwea the jMksvtUe JNk i '
known coal operator" of Buffalo' O "I same ph nnn non sad resreedad It *sn
anvcpUliwwt mystery. Rapid Trannit antI UnHurpawod Service
cut no relief from medicine until t.- R.c.nt r-"Ao r-+.ar.h has put Its
gan taking "01.,'. Kidney Curl then rtn.e oo the -CAUM: ef .n.a.....". r".!)- Time Table in effect' April 1', 1Km. c
lea Hatt and eoa..<)t ent BeMexae, ..... For UAINY- VILI.E ..,,In'OfrI
1 result A few doses Depart
the was surprising. bas oe.srth..t a tiny gee.. wblrh eat ." .. .. .. _. ... ,' ....
:'-- -': -: '-:6 ': : : ; ::: ';;::: -=
started the briek-dust-like aabst... U> (If* from the r-.. *f .......* bale
Jfbpo"a H.rpl >..,. d.Mroy. shimRata !(.Opm high $pnags and bMr. gtltlam
sod now I have no pale Mrosa taj kid! L "
and "'er.* 4untlr roeteree the IM1I/ l1W4'A"' PufntW f Dally
neyt and I feel Ilk. a new. ma*. It hs hair t* He ..t.rl .tatevo4 < ..- . .w .
done me 1.000 worth of good." V&>>le,'. tor leeelnc dreeriwa 5..M Sfte. Mlb 17115 P III I txal.. r..burg: end Tampa. sad g.0 p m
Kidney Cure will cure every form of ..:=.""'IIkLJ. -pie .. TN lfaec34e G.. Daily j Ia..,.,.....$. Pol... I Dell)
bladder disease. J. W. Xo-
i. Collum Kidney or A Co. H. Hedlfecd Cs.. KfeelsJ Lie.'1 e 2 Wpm Pala/ka:-JMt.oaUJ.. hM P'"

-.- -- j sad West j DaU
Dally 1CorUa. u1 ,

Dr. E. H. Arws.rsig Preferred Death t* a Trial.1Jaa..t. iFYOOLOviYiv1WIFE 1211Spm_ 1flgklpr.gsW.yero.aftavaanabBrwsswiek" ; ; , Ilbpa, { .

" a .... Mich J,seWhUe 0.111 f' Albaay.Atlaalaall. ..oe... ........ Eut tv.., Delay 1flllpaa
of JacksanviKf, the wife of Herman- TWca. of PajrtvUe. --'- - .-. .--- -. '"- .- ---
sick la bed be drove lien DII'tIOIST
was I IIlass:
., THE LE1BISW EYE JSD n UTE and txrogtt a coca for her, She aoc..JI..uicaacrnIadOU,. II I D.IIy '

rt gPCCIAWl4T OF FLOBID1 died later (lesrtsg six small ckOdrvaTBOtaeriess HER: _DaU,. .I- ..- ....-.--..-.---,--....-..,,,,,.--- .-- -- . I.- -.--....- 'dr
T<*e* was arrested and _
and was nra4 asm1a B7 ....p.lllsg bet to babai eba family I -
jiled t. piiR: i.u.M.aday
la asking his soar of the Stole willieeer bread dortef UM ko .0..... taoet" {:Jm UlctJ'8pria
door of tae cn, fctvlaa' rued a
ESVILLE with a visit. oJWB to the eg1. tluadayDsa'.basgsabM
10 OAI to>JCLY 1. and era be seen towel to ed his Bf.. *H. aCdret | Bay your Bread frees .-.-.-- ,- -,-, .. ._ _.. "- -'-'-
m, the BROWN HOCeE.Doctor's left- ...Keystone Bakery.,. J.raJlw..,- I. &M flows sw "' '-1a,. os .... by IU pria.lpsl ....... jr.
ry n; JI," an the Eyes __ sIea fort to ,taw Ysvfi .Ie Atlaatl. Ooe.d
T..0iBe i ran .4r TaM"
If th. Baby Is CwttMg I n.p
"sad N.noaa s.m.1f.IldMb..,81.x.I It's a savt** .f tier.. weft .. a.oa.y.Ilhwb ;Ls.J a. via AI"' o.iNI u. sad lootiara Jtalway.lK / .
web TrowblM. sad all. gtrslghkaIsg oft sore .114II .*. P6' M sad Bmd DetJwe41MslIyT. suspLM.tdsraatlss.sil eta

I ...., tar Ejw wist oet openuos.s tried ......,. )fr.. WTlasiow'a *ail party of the ."7. l..1'Gatt... J. A. OOODW'H.TIcket Atrelt 0........... .
,!- .A f.w 110111' visited bJ 1M Dodar tag $yrap. foe etaUJ,.. teetMa. ..> sod rM., Mb.. p II\JI'\ ">r.d, .AM,... Ij.nAltX.
; 'wit* date.* Breoao& Jol J.ly; Cedar seethes tit. ."11.1.. softens tie ...11-1 tMr'- ....... ..p-44st.'. C.ItOTL TO$. DU. TV*. Act., w, D. irriRa. '!ra..1'.... Agt.
:. Otter Creek. S t Wlh .\. iMW.. . Ator .i."fL1H.IU., i4f.
Cry..J.l 4. allays all. /& ..,.. wLad.stlldtilt. . JUy. "
.! liksaa. If Mont.toe' July) It Do. foe dianlo.aity.Eve .. T. fiCKAI'll'Jf'rr #rU4er fcrr.l* e U. M. V JUOx..r"! Lie f., W. 1 CWt1.O.s.lpses.Igt.. ,
:.;..u.....1017.tAJ't 0ea1a. ,Toly JO to bet tssaWt aei.dj tr 1IaAn7. n-.HA,. Wp.taglesr,JI.0. Wu..Iaa1oa.a.0.I .
'illr $* v',4wJ41Z12.| boat .

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from the Hand. of Angry Mob eAn* Yh.la'a' Peculiar sad Isolated !.. '

a kansas M.n and Women.aul loud of T... *.. Retailers and Jobbers In, ./
In Chesapeake bay, 125: miles southof '
Ark., June J9.-HRST.' J. U Grsyt Baltimore, with which city commnnicatlon

: a Methodist minister of PotUvtU, SAVECOUPONS by boat three times a week Staple and Fancy Groceries .
saved from rough treatment'a'
was may be depended upon during the sum ,.
the hands of a mob 'only by s.vral mer season, Is tbe strauge Island of

little girls, who clung elos to him ash Tangier, so completely 1 Isolated from Grain Garden Seed and Fertilizers.
left a school house before which the usual lines of travel that It hardly

: nearly a soors of men had catksrsd seems possible that It can. .be a part of SOUTH SIDE SQUARE. I r'r GAINESVILLE. FLOKIDA
Intent upon seizing the preacher. ': the state of Virginia. Im. oe. It '

W Gray had been warned to preach M Tfi"e; .1-.1It"t :' :you caD an Inland about fire mites: Highest market price paid for Chickens. Eggs and.other Pn/duc '
more at Oass, but disregarding thsis.Junction' ; : .c, long and three-fourtha of a mil in )1.0
, ,, of . ,
: ; width with a population nearly
:As rode Into the town last '''
evening accompanied by his small ,., .'1: U''OO. where, each house U connected A Complete .'ocsk'ot Hay, Corn Oats Floor, Bran, ')Meal Cotton Seed Meal ;1r
+ with Chesapeake bay by a tiny canal: and Rye. Will handle only the VERY BEST foods at the LOW. .....;
daughter.. He was In the midst ot<< a
and satisfaction vy
an Island where the population has ;EST PRICES guarantee always.
sermon, delivered at the schodt boua 1When. .
built homes along one narrow street
before a congregation composed main but nine feet In width without side.

Jy of women end children whn the walks, roadbed or gutter; an Island : Lc. Need of:
zrlOb appeared before the building.: where the wom'en go about with bare

Th. minister Immediately len the feet' and calico towns during the week

mlplt/ and started for th.door. A nun.v and where the men leave for their workat

', r of littls girls, fearful for till'safety an early hour on Monday morning JOB PRINTING

a. { ; grasped hi. coat and clone close and remain away until Saturday afternoon

h ta hit side until the minister bad mad ; an Island where Intoxicating liquors -

his way through the mob'and ...q.eaa are not sold where billiard rooms

fi the darkness. ''Tfc*' presenc at and pool rooms are unknown;an Island Send Vows Order tO:;
.' tile and where one physician and the ministerconstitute
r children It U thought revtralaedthe
the professional class; an island -
mob. Gray .a. not pursusd and V
where profanity Is punished by !
' left town this morning. THE SUN JOB OFFICE. "
? fine; an Island without a Jail or lockup ,
..-. ....., .
4l f Votein and where religion Is tbe rule and to I

ROBBER MAKE. BIO HAUL. be outside of tbe church Is to be out
-'W'"ork Exootutod-"--
side of the of the best :; '
pale society; an t'i' I
A Chlcag Resort Entered I by Two Island where public cemeteries are unknown r

:c Masked Men. end where; the dead of each Neatly .- Promntrv and Artistically. "fi(
home are burled in the front yard. It ,
;. Chicago, June Threeanae4 men .
held up and, robbed the people la a you can Imagine all this, you may have I, n _____._____________ ____m_____ _
some faint idea of tbe peculiar
y resort kept by Victoria Shaw laDear. surroundings I
of the Inhabitants of Tan
born street early today. There were The gler.-Four Track News. SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
t many )rtons In the place an1 the rob.

'bore escaped with jewelry and money ARROW CANYON Effective May :28: 1005.. '; f fB
to the amount of 96,000.
,' Each of the men c..rrted twe ...,.0.. odd War In Which It. Wall Wr Vestibule Tralai East: Ne.. 3No.. 20 or1" and WHt N... 16Lv
"wen There were Ave cabmen waitIng P.t'...... br l.dl....
i I outside and one of the three,, attended .Merchants'Libr.ary Thousands of arrows shot by bandsof Jacksonville...So. Rr 910. 1 Mp I L. Jacksonville, )1a.. ..80. Rr.. 743p ;
L. Je.up .. .t..8o. Ry 1140a 10 fOp. LT Je.up. Oa. . .... .80. Ity. 1080p .' t
for centuries
to thorn while the other two Indian ponxlbly pro LvSavannahSoRy 120p1215. ArMacon. 0... . . . .. .So. R,. 8001. 'FArColumbia..So.Ry
went tn.Ide. Within the place were It trude from a insure several hundred 655p 800. ArAilantaGa.Bo.Ry. 5200 r.

j, women and 10 men. The two robbers feet long In the rocky walls. of Arrow ArCh.rloUe..80.R.102 p 955a Arome.O..80.R'. 180& ",t .

% wwent through the place, driving the canyon about twenty miles from thecrOH.ulI ArGreensboru,8o. RI 118& 1251p ArIalton. Os. . . . . .80. U,. Ii 23. tArD.0911e..So.Ry
of the Butt Lake railroad \ 221a t
inmates before them.! Contest over 210p ArCbaUanoo TenD.So.Rl. 945aAr '; .
lined them' the Moapon river, says the Los Angeles hmond..80.Rl 868& .42p Ar :&'ilJttobK".Q.&O.! li3)p 11"
They up together In a .
CmalnnMI. 0.(1 & O. 140, r
Times.At ,
; ;:
434 !
ArLnchburgtlo.Ry a 42up: ,
room on the second with their! '
u point wire the perpendicularwall ArCharlottesv111eSoily 818& 8 lOp L. ClnClnn"l. 0... r. .HK! .our 840p :
bands In the air. After robbing then of (the runyon Juts out about 200 ArWa.hlb ton..tlo.RJ 950& 9Wp ArChlallloI1I.: . .Big I Four 710x'Ar ,.:'

" they locked them la the room sad feet above tin cuuron bod a thin, naltlmore. . P. U. R. 1180a 1125p Cincinnati, 0..I Lines 8 SSp: -.
'-f ,. breaking the telephone wire., ran from "ulkc'II1. nature: ruin lu the! rock. Hue- ArW'.Ph'd..I'la P.R.R. 1415p ,286. ArChieaao I11..P&I 710. "4

the plaee. The two were Joined ey c.c..1\1) 1\'"(>rlltlllll14 .,f Indium have Ar New York . .1'. R. R. 4 lap 6 BOa L. Cincinnati U. . C. H. .t O. S 40p 1

k'' their companion In the street and the gone to llio 1.lac'nt regular: liitcrvaU No.34-uNew York and Florida Ex- Ar Chieelto: Ill . . ." ..Monon 723.,

three disappeared In an alley Each' mid Miol their j{ i.) l.v U-feutheretl arrows recs." Dally Pullman Drawing Room Lv Clnclllua", 0. . .L H. di: D. 8 46p, +
upward, foiiiiiiig a rrlnxiil scurf 8leep nlP Car Port Tampa and Jackson- ArToledo, 0. .... . .C. U. di: D. Ii 20a "'

Three Children Drowned. utilitK In lit otlilltjr. Tlte arrows nr villa 'a"'New York. ArDetrollMICh'H"'Plor.- T 25s ,

i *i> thick that little room 1 U left fofliiotv. No. 30-"Washington and Florida Lv Cincinnati. O. . P. LtDea 8 SOp .,'f. ;
PeniiaooU. Fla. June 29 Three chile I
nixl" owl inj to the position.. of tin"ll Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing ArPittsbargPa..PaLines 556a
t' dren of Thomas Buarex, living ava i "aiu' at u li'Mnlit of :(MI> ftvt and uu- Room Sleeping Oar Jacksonville L. Cincinnati 0. . Big Four 983p if,! .I

Bayou Chlco were drowned. The old. il,T llio Mliohlut; wiill the relkft pn>- N..wYork. ArCI..lltnd.O..Bilrloor 646ao,

al eat was a girl of 14. the youngest a te't'ted from thto won t her. hate stuck 1... Lexington K y.. .80. ItJ. 56Jp

; boy of 6, and the other. girl sllghtl Paper where! In1/ wire ilrUcu In unrouatrd Through uThe Land.f the SkI" f.. 10 Ar Louisville K,_ . .So. Ry. 8I0p1Jsokon.I1le
older Ar St. I onl.. Mo. . . . .80. Ry. 732,
't than the boy They went to yeai+t ago..1Irenly: '
Lv .1.. . .80. Rt 7 bhp
the bayou to go In bathing. When they I tHIr\ lumbers are \UltliiR: thepU L. Savannah, 0. . . . .80. Ry 1211''>a Ar Annl.wn Ala.tlo. HJ. 940a
Ar Ala. ,4
did not retttrn when expected, their & 805p
,' mother went In search of thsm. Bh. by liootii, : the arrow nit with revolt ArA.h.9I11e.N.O..SO. Ity 1riOp ArK.DIIa.CitJ. MD . .Fri.co 840a
found their clothes on the bank Neighbors t"r.t and rhlfs. In the nuinU of the bixl Ar lot Sprlo, N. 0. . .80. Ry 287p "
I .' emphaa. T enD. . . 880p
of tho arrowbt'lldll of Ar 1\:00: =villeTenn..So. Ky 800p "
& were notified end a search was Containsi. various canyon sizes and many shapes are found Ar Ry 860& Hot prinra. Ark.. ... . .. .. . 83)&

begun and about! 9 o'clock, In dragging burled. It l I" h.'lInt'tbat the Indians Ar 8& Lool. . . . .80. Rl 4 6p'> No. 18= The Florida Llml&ed."

i' tho bayou they found the body of the visited till* slot In connection with Ar Cincinnati. . . . . .Q.\ O. 8161 Daily. Solid vestibule train, through
r oldest glrL Search In, parties are day coaches aDd Pullman Sleeping
rite. Crude, strange figure havebeen
some .
.No. 8O-DaU Pullman Drawing
atlll Can, Jacksonville to CIDclon.'I.
dragging; bayou for the other
' .. cut by them In the lace of the rock Room aDd BaReI Sleeping Oar between No. 19-Pullman Drawing Room 4
two bodies. walls.. Jacksonville and Olu IDn.". Sleeping Car between Jseksonvllle,

._ One Memphis. Kansas City
Huge Task.It Exeelleet Ulalalf Car Wnlft' and Colorado Sprlol1l. 1

war a huge ta.U in undertake\ the CASTOR

curs of such a bad e..e. ot kidney dU. ARRIVALS AT JACKSONVILLE.I

ease as thai of U. .' Collier of Uh rokfie. pot Infant and Children. From New York Washington etc.-No. :"Washington and Florida Limited. '

la., but Klvrtno IUU r* did It. Tbs Kind You Kara Always Bwght ." 9:004. m. '
From Nsw York, Washington eta-No. 33, Washington and Florida Ex- 1
'11.. writ.... "My ki..II1t'J. wr .o far i press." 8:20 p. m. ,

gone, I could.. not all on a chair without Coupon Beantbe I' From Cincinnati, Asheville, .te.-No. 29! "Waihington and Florida Lim

t a cushion and sin(!'orrd from dread BltfUAtUIW ited" 9.OO.. m. -
t' From Chicago Cincinnati. Atlanta, etc.-No 14, "Fla. Limited9:35a. m.
backache' h..d.ehtt. and ilfpfiMloIn ..
Eli>otrlo Hitter, howtvrr, 1 fouod a LUSK: District 10H
J. C. Passenger Agent, w. Bay SU, JackMavUle, Fla.
Tk. La.t ......rt_. K....
cure, and by them wa restored toper Uaihnlllsn and bis followers we 8. II. H4RDWICK. P.T. )i. W. H. Tan.oa G. P. A. Baoovs MOIOAV. A.G. P.A 3

feet health I recommend his great _. . .. .. .. ._
- -- -- -
stiut up lu Q\i toota mvdloine tn all with weak kid. Good
Lafluenre were at work to save him.
n.js, liver or .LulU.ch.u Ouaraoteed Reward also elk his beet. Hut be mad Gainesville & Gulf

by all d ru.gut. i pries 1IIIl!. little or no effort to eiH>ap it be had Railway Company
failed as an emperor be t-ould at least
Pope May Leave Vatican.' face disaster. with the urage and the Time Table in effect April 8.

Rome, June J*.-Th Mcsag> te- dignity of a right princely nature. B.
-.::';;'.---'- -' -- ---- -- -- I905.I --
2y stye that If the IMJJV decides to trued br lh.' Infamous !4>|>''>c, triad' ; I

leave the Vatican during the week, he for before a roiirt martial of Im].. and or- Dxid 8. J INo L
No. 4. lto. I.
o>rt>d to Ixuluit.. In "|x>ut bra U.t days No. 1. No. a
Is uio&t likely to KO to the famous '
Tao Daily Daily HTATIOS.
Itoavdlctlne Abbey of Mont Casino In the dUtburic of all the obligations Sundays.tl t 1>&11,. : Da"S. Eao'pt

J"ro\rt ce of Ca*.rta. Italy sod thus of frien of the death of Carlotta being
will b this .t tit lUv report '
gue Father lotto I j
brought to him In prison !.. said sUn- r.. hl4Lr P hl'.r' Ai '
face Krui. formerly of \"ac.aL'. A I I.Ar. P WIAr PM A1'1'K
ply "Ou leas U. to Wad m. to thwtrrWr '7 45 2 15 I.. .. .... ..._....lra.ld.
arch' -abb.y, Realty 1'vniia. .!au" abV ......... .......... 1 o 811>> t
w Two : lard forth to his. execution 'f M 2: M 1 ... ... ......Jma......... ... .......... 107 800
>U of Monte O*'Moo& When he wes and told to stand between two of hJU R llO :I 45 ... .... ...... .. DQnpn&.a. ....... ........ 1 00 665

patriarch of Venlc the pop promised ....rsU. wh were likewise roodemn- $5.6 2 Mi... .... ...... .. oQcbald... .. . .. ...... 12 N 610 ti"
;r, to wish Monte (',..I.CI the nrst time ..s. h. surrvorfer the place of honor Ii 10 i 10J : .......--.. Hlek..a.....__.... ........ 12 60 141
M 15 a 10 ... .. ____ Lake
t 1k. ('am.0 Kamt. and he luten: -4 togo to General l Mlrsmoa In rcocnltl of ;j. 81mootoD 19 41 Iota
HIO :3 I ...... ... ... .
MIC"aDoP7 ...... ........1280 68)
there after the conclave rattle of the mns-
but 4 he hts Tb
coarsg tl gv 140 i.::. .... .. .. .... hoom....._.. .... 12ao:: 520
was elected pope. b8 cwuM not carry out kets tDsrk.l perhaps the end of all N 4S .143 I....... .. ... ...lClrkwootl. . .. .. ........1211 11'
Ills plan. However, twlcw i o** then Votes. maareby ta the nw> world. Hat tb.Wttefeet PIIO! aM. ....... ..... ., ... 017&.tt.... ...... ........ 12 10 6111>> dk. r..
the pontiff has renewed hU ..-0.1.. critic of twocracy cosh.earc.ly It os 4 15 ,I .. .... .... ...w oo\a... .... ......12 to 411
to 'lit Monte ('..1.0. desire a gentVMr flrur than sa 15 \ 440 ........ .....,. .Rocky pOint....... ... ... .11 45 C4CJ
Max.tntllUns !. staad before th -j.. sa U I IlLv'\ ... ... J .... 1110
-- 11W Lr. S 1 10 I ... ..Hat.en IU........ } 12 10
eI Aa.*rtc.n. as th* fait I.- fMataUTeet 2) 10104 ICIO
$, That Tired Feeling.: arte x-r.4? and ./ kto shlp oa this II J6 1.40 IU ...... . &1.1&.7. ... .....86& 1 S. t
17 OO 'U 106 .. .. _,. . .
t AUaa- Cyvtl ... .... 6 io .10 ll1Q
OamMt *
.. If you are laoguW.d pr* *d, Incapable NQu-ett.-'Ullaaa 11 90 fOil r 12 .Graham..a
I a2 D llC
k' for work. It iodieates that your Clip out the tic. _.- n 40 7 II Ari T St I 1-.. .N.mp.on eu) ..... s 2J 10 110

liver I le net of order. tI.rbl".III.*- . 1t.0 !'1010 i.! .. .PalatkaH. 8. a ,.. I. 11o 00. ......
T*. s" Babtss. ... ... . ..... . .. .
elat aatare to throw off headaches, .. . .... ... .......
.. Lak
i ao4 ailiaenis akin to n rvoueaeee'aBd > K".mo hot w.atk" U a grist tax 'a4! City, G. 6..1.-7a Ti: .......
rheomattaea . ... .. .. .. ., S 10 po ...TaHahas...
and ; 8.1. 1 U ......
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the energies and Coupon apoA tb* dlgs tlv* power of tMibw. . . L..i. ..
I restore .. 11 C'6 n ro a. .. &.Moe.... Y. 8. a ,... .10 6 10
sad health '1'..... past a ad Tb4 they should b. : . 1M 420: P Haeer pi ....
vitality of old p.rfert -. sl 0. B. r. ...111 a') "" lab ..;.....
J. J. Hebbard. TMII" ',T.n-, writer given a few dcs.. of XVhli**. Cream . T 1a, 713 p _.AL1anta. C. .r 0... T 10.I' 00 . .
.') have used Her>iae for the pan I wyears. Vote EAC'HDAY. Vsnnifse. the hlhlr,.*..\ to i*. Ii Ar PMA i .f A MjAr. Pili {x.. A II: pat : :'

:, It has done ... morp good then will stimatat and f ilitai* the.. dlge.. t

, all the doctors. U' te the t medl. tins of their. fo 0. so.that they seas Trains I a" t 40 sos ma bstwe*. Osl..U14t s" ........11I OQH 8I1a4.L. .,.-
elDI ever made for eAUU a fever," boll..... .'I'OaC..JUt, and figure.8oW J:. BARIE&: GeaertL ktt-ri..L "

600, Ooldty W. U.Jobasoa. by IT, U, Jshasoa. J F. IIILL Ar..... J. D, W'UEU.3. (Ha0ra1 Ag.at.

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cvra.sa. wed) the Or mrottiioff Curt ........" ....It I. Said. C.a III* l.n. -nc. II>.. the FH rlrn rol.t 'I
..yatnal..' Their P....... ,Sinn. llr(. .t It."Any ...,. Tfcl Co.RtrThe .>u Via Louisville: & Nashville! DR DcVUUK H. !MOKRI3 ;

: about Italian gaius :"MI..11,1 .oi>ort.:.rho has Importance of Sevr*'Wrj' Sew

ekes aa so wonderful as the bti-ti u'! .;uo.' .urt 'vi l'ortllfl'r a Ions ',nrd's Influence In the domestic afTulri Railroad. . .DENTIST. . .
tklF or pergolas, where nature tin.- c.m tell! mmo iafallibly by his of tile United States during JoLnsou'sadmiulstratiou I'

absolutely: docile to tbe ban *.e'Is.< <>t li".niiig:: whether a wltne"' la has 1ruhllhly utn exaggerated The following low n>tind>trp! rates ----
:; but It would l><- laud to exaggerate
tt'I1.II the Bald old court
truth. an
from Jacksonville to viriou
The desire U to wake points
a dense of what boathiceU rats' {
the Importance
fit<'L..grnteler the other day. "It comes Onto M '' . ..hObo".3
where North anti'H will" t>..' in meet on over '''' u' F.ndtre.
JJoretreat oue can abut I (rum fiiM-Hence combined with abnor- and of what he lulttntvd In 1'
_t tile hat sun-and to create this preens I tool
_ great many different sorts have :I \\liUh all flirt rate court and par i chief, occupied as he was with nVrwcontrovervlos I from other puintc J. OAKLIM.K.,

'V" ,*n planted close together and their! I; li.uiifiitury Ktenogrnpht-M pw'sasa. Thesteiicitrapl.or's over other subjects.found : l'ORTL.1NPt1REtil1\--linta5: ,\ ATTOHNKY: AT LAW
branches so carefully Interwoven that / cars become us" .n"l-Il we may well suppose but little oount l.ewkdt, Clank CVnt 'iiuUlbRir.
and in- time for foreign relation lie does not.pl'l.ar Tickets sold orrtain Jute May .M toSept. And Solicitor in Equity:
:they form \l\ a complete trellis ou tilt! two
with :$. with final limn in> days.SAN .
Interfered policies
.\tlon" of the human voice as n to -
t 1I1
aides aud above that cedar '
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!; oppress l>hoii\>jcrnph roller. There's a certain' which were already adopted or to have KltANOlSl'O I and l.OS 1 ANUK- Real Estate, CuuveyancinK and Usa "
orange and K-mnu tree uuug'e; their tremulous quaver In the tone of a inxn Inltlatfl any new pjllclc of hit: own. 'I 1.1C: ,.\ I. -Km* $sl l :-A). 1'11'11.1'11 mid eral Practice.' All business (promptly
foliage all seeming to be lighted up woman Mho's lying In court that the E'ewant mutt therefore b' hold responslble certain date April IO m .\IIIIU: t U. tmelusive attended to. Olllce. next door to Sun
by the pale golden globes) of the fruit ctenojinipher catehes'when the nhre'wd ta degree" somewhat umm"u-il ; final return limit mulajn\ from otllcv. OAINKMTII.IK, KIUMIDA.pKKIUNANI .
With us the merest twigs of such tree; cwt Judges, lawyers or Jurors quite fail for the conduct of tbe delicate negotiations date of sale! not tit exceed Nov. :>0DKNVKU _H_

would be suppoHod to Late a stubborn to catch It. I I involving very far reaching eonS COLO-Unti. 1 U.tlti.:! RI!. ; ) BAYER,
individuality rendering It Impossible ""lwll bc's Rat bis tread Ifiit over sequences which the war gave: rise to. count International K:|>woulI.CNKUI*
to train them to take the Americato Convention. Ticket m, UI JUIH'Jit: to ATTORN AT LAW.OAiNkdvtLi '
place of Unes Mt notebook. be feels tbe Jarring f.tloe It was be who first presented
t In Italy for centuries every tiling has note In the voice of the liar every tlme Europe In that attitude of conscious July August SO.0.inclusive ; tiual return limn : .K:, FLORIDA.. 4i

n done to create a grateful bade at no mutter: how plausible and l'OI"I1I.> strength/ which the thorough establishment -_-_,-- f
Moon where one ('an'reRt or sleep and] lug 1J)<' testimony In HIM-If may oiiml\ ofvour nationality at last enabled I UUFFALO. N Y.-lat! ' $:UM: net- Can ell lmpruvtd
city property ( t
count Annual J\lflt'tla,1t (fraud Lodge ?
leave the world outside to tbe cicadas. So frequently have I tested this ideaIn us to take. It was he Mho reinsertedeffectively
'# 113.I 1'. O t:. Tickets sold July J 8 to 10. and unimproved), phosphate
it, when thousands of them take the past nftp 'u years or no tint I yet without any arrogance, inclusive'! ; final return limit .Tujjr V5.:; trucking and arming land.. dyad him
ce together at once, make rather a have come to accept It as certain when our traditional stand In rl'ft'n'lIl' to a lit of what you uflVr ( ,
e [thing sound. Along tbe terraces of i Hint almost Intlistlugulahable false the Latin republics to the Mouth of us. NASIIVILLK. TgNN.-R I9 Situ :25, ---.. I

:Ylil*' Carlotta. on the lake ol 'tremolo IH absent from the tone of n It was he who facing 'westward accomplished account 1'.aOO,4r College Summer K. UAKKli.ArroitN: .
School, Vanderbilt lliblical Inttitntp.Tickets W.
covered arbor walks lead witness IK telling expansion of our
, wtne! voice that the an system
C 3if sold certain date Juno 11 to +
of Ilexes and there until the truth. Into a region never contemplateduntil July 4 ; final limit September 3O. K:YA'i'
pasf. mer out of tbe silence nndut' "0' few years ago I reported the trial I bl8 pay by those who !guided our lllook.'I
: .. e nightingale sing not oulyall of a young chap who was arniixM ofhaving destinies. and turned' our thoughts upon KNOXVILLE:, ToNN-Uat. $16 &'i, . KULlCirOK IN CII(
account Hummer School of the South.Tickets .
ut all day long. Hand, clubbed a Jeweler! in hN tbe shores of the Pacific at. a field
certain date June 18 to
A ,of the lavish. beauty of the store, and of looting the establishment. for American trade and American' In.flUPUt. July J 15, Inclusive ; Dual return limit UA IN}: VJ LL";. 1
presslon that remains after The Doling fellow was. good looking. ..,. William Garrott thrown In I September 30. Office In Kndel: )
ban _. __.__.__ _.._ ,_ ..., _____ .. i
sum vel In Italy Is of tbe In IlItt'II;Kent, with u face as frank a. an Atlantic For full Information schedules and _u_ __ _-.u __.____ _

liabf: J ing very close to nature,. eight day clock and an easy candid I rates to any point North and \NV.t mil y.
, alms Jnatlng ber operations winning muniier. The Pol S.nr.We I on or write O";). K. HKUKlNU: FlorIda Jll. J, II. ALDLllMAN
.. needs. Nature Is so prun- "I looked the young chap over !wforetime I will try to give you Home' Idea of I I a''f'njlpJr..nt.; I., A N. R. U., rtY1ti
I ,ti't\ od to th ber least effort so press- trial began, and I decided that the I the distance that separate us from I' 206: \\>,t Bay St. Jacksonville. Fla.

;J)';! Mln. a service of man. The plumy (mutton against him was outrageous the pol star. As you; know light DENTIN'!' $

;,. , It Is true have nothing to do When the witnesses testified that travels at the rate of about 1SH.OOO
[1 : :but c7p ,11 sentinel by the belilder ter.liV' they'd turn him coming out of the miles a HfcopO-more than seven times I
.W ....?. s fno with the ilexes. But the poplars store I tralned my ears to catch the round the earth while you "saylor 0,.r Dutton Co. D.nk.UOIUNJN O..ID..II'. '.

\, are trimmed to flagpoles. for the faUe Intonation! In their tone, but H "Jpbrl Ilobtnsou" slowly. Wellsup. ,
sake of fagots and every leaf of the wasn't there. "i pone that a ray our lighl, traveling( at

mulberry trees, across which the vines When the defense opened the young; this terrific speed of a million milesin DU. II. Tl ON. .
J fling their festoons and garlands la man was permitted to go on the stand less than five and a half seconds,

destined to feed the silkworms, and In his own behalf. I was. astonished to had started from the polar star on Its DENTIST dOmes

as soon as the maggots are ready to find that his voice had the lying quaver journey to the earth at the moment of d

) 'tat the peasants,with huge bag, mount In !It right from the beginning of bill your birth that particular ray will not -
: the trees and strip etch branch of Its Ktnttinent.! reach you until yon are mare than
r l foliage. The olive orchards that make "Ills words vastly Impressed tbe halfway between your tlll{; )-.lith and In Miller IJK Kxob..c ..

t'I :' a silver mist on the hillsides are busy Jury and as vastly chagrined the pros' thirty-seventh birthday When you U4IKMVIIJI. Fm.".
r perfecting their useful harvest. ecution. He to au nee! it not
undertook prove look on the polo star yon
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Wherever a ledge of rock offers an alibi for himself. I as It l is today but as it was about fifty .
Italian peasant makes a garden carrying "In corroboration of this a married years ago. ipIlK: WEHF JoNU.
,,; fP the soil sometime Into almost M tr testified that her brother bad -
inaccessible places. But there he will been at her apartment<< from 3 o'clock A. Amirm\tm Treat. 4 r+1o'I FINK WINES LHiUOlUS A C1GAKB.

plant leeks herbs naiad and beans Itf- In the afternoon until 10 o'clock at A treat In an Australian wilderness JOHN MKN/.IKS. i'rocvl.tor..

aides a patch of wheat, the latter not, night: taking dinner with her and keeping camp Is Urns described by an explorer: 11110111 W. U..F n.. Ja4lI&.ollYtII.. n.
for the half loaf of bread It might I her company In the absence of her I "On our way down of course, It was -
\ make but to furnish straw to plait hutfbund.' Well, .he was lying too. necessary to stop at McIjcaVs campto Faust Ltou.bolt I. and draught. Don't
bats In winter. She had that telltale faint.rlug In her get something to clear the bronchial fall to call on me when In Jacksonville "
Nature Is no niggard. Tbe little red voter thnt convinced 11Ie'ot It despite tubes.. Tbere was one great Bcotch- .L Ia y

t poppies blossom out of every cranny her fine. frank fare and her obvious r."- man among the party who said when -
and chink and make a blaze of color ftpectuhlllty."Ibo I asked him what bis poison was, MAX KltA USS.

In the most unexpected places. Oleanders ronrt adjourntxl for luncheon at ''''(>('1. I'll lust take a tin of fruit.: He

have a way of towing their tufts the cud of her testimony I took bad n tin of pineapple. Now, tb price Kerosene 1lljfhlf': Representing t
of rosy blossoms along the white walls. luncheon with the attorney for the of preserved fruit at that time and In
Bengal roses clove pinks, carnations prosecution. such a place was something to make Absolutely the *afe" and molt erni E. A. WELL & CO., :rr: ;

and larkspurs grow wherever they can Well, what do you think of tbNonse yon alt op. so that Scotchman scored." nominal tower now on the market, All I
be tended and a little rill of water di- ?' be MVol mi* Mbcti WP sat down. liI "'-Ji tti :3> borer |siwer, Write fur WHOLESALE SHOES

rected to their me, but the summer" of '1 gueoH we" don't land him, Hit i ...... D... n.... prices. '
Italy is of great heat and after thegreat 'He'd guilty.' I replied briefly. 'Hwn .' "George' :" This| engine I.( not a I'Juk at sit Or All lta rlpton! .

gush of flower In spring the lying unl no was his. slater; -Yen, dcarr trades" with djninxm or liMii.rte.. and,
Taunted Italian gardens remain dry "The attorney for the. prosecution I Ilook..t "Before! we were married!' you once' sundry trtKKeri to k ,epyun "|1'"IIIt-ct.; --
Intersections of graveled paths with out of the silts. of his. I but it IB a "Cracker! Jack" In do your
me over asked me If I enjoyed a brass band. .. Sold under full I( "I1l'JI and HOTEIUCIOX '
of work, and no mi.'"" Bole: Agent for) )
Clipped hedges flights steps, urns eye' but I didn't say any more. i "Y-ye., perhaps I did. back Himpliclty .
/ and statues Nothing can be dearer to gua ranter or your money Hhoes. Krsry:
"When the court reconvened ruk..1 I "You did. And I said yea But Items Itself
'1 artistic taste, hot for the real Joy of fur an adjournment until next day I I misunderstood you George- pair warranted

gardening nothing can be equal to and the Judge granted It. )fy wedding ring In making a black GEO. W. MOYERS,

what the poet Gray called having "a "On the following morning he had In mark oa uiy finger" lialnrallle. r'larlJ, J. Mtnasao. ,Agent

s garden of your own. where) you plant court the Janitor of tbe apartment "I 1 11"-Clevelnnd I..ader. , .. -- - -- ,,- -- ,-
c and transplant and are' dirty and '
house In which" the prillon sister
amused."Philadelphia Ledger. lived. The Janitor testified that the i '- -- .- IMsVIM.t'.S: : $ t'"{OIUT': LOW RATES

prl,.oners sinter had not been In her THE SUN
fir' ----- -- --------- -- -
flat from noon until Ute at night m FOIL f
B the; day of the sand clubbing. JOB PRINTING IU;, OItT.

Atathushek Pianos "While! the Janitor was on the stand Special : Occasions ?
a detective walked Into the courtroom

tJ with the loot from the Jewelry nhop.Me DEPARTMENTMakes Alachua Pool Parlors, VIA
bad found It In a satchel in the

I NOTED FOR 8WEETSE8S" A>D PL HIXT prisoner's sinter's apartment that morn- a Specialty of All Kinds SOUTHERN RY.

ID .
Or TUNE POWER A>D at."That C. Ilurrsla .'" rt.ler.
settled the .. of Tbeptter of Plain and ANT.envJaeks.atllkVsIOa.r.,7i
c o, coarse. i Fancy TWO TFIAINH PARIS ): ,
DURABILITY.flimo rloroner'..... broke down and ("OnfH. -
i! ..... that she bad been endeavoringto ,. I : p.lw

hM! her brother."-Ht. Louis Olob 1.
Is..nmocraL CommercialJob tll4.sb Halllmore )id., and return.
Han for ihl tryiBC eHmtt. euDC1.111 Tlthrts on .al. July 1.2.3.. hulled #
} ....ln *r t...otfeer _ir..td oft "'.... .... ..._tl,. vents r.. 'P. IA"It'd the Porter Dloek. south July IB. Caa be .nnd.d in August
Three flnt-.la tables,
ton_MTt&Ja..ao.J moss artaw "If yon will kindly give rap the .... lid. sauar* 81. IU(*. Hlop-overs at Washington.
Uool lIabl.. aDd and oourtevoit
egrkm.aablp obl.labIs.. dress of the artist who palatal toy dinner dalwayt Mt.U Asbtiry I'sfk.4, J.. and ,.-
Printing .rr( .. Tb. publM la& cordially
Upto Case .very card I shall, b. able. ta give hr aDd w.Leom.. lora via New York, with stop-owM at
C.\6D sad l1re0awd. more work." said a society woman toa Washington J lialltmore, I'hllad.lphl.
Twenty-third street stationer. .. -, ",.. -, -- --- and Mew York, Tiekala on ial. /aa J
.. V) July I. 3. either via New Yorkor ua
1 am not at liberty to do M, nad . .For. . 2e. .
s Bold by o' eoBtinaotaaJy tot am' repitr.l the statloorr. "not if yon AUCHUA COUNTL direst. limited July' lOth. Caa bit acileoded
io August 11, ltiQ.
will leave yonr In.troc11otwi la writing
Men ....N Raffsbi N. Y., and '....'a. '
"VEftTIIIlTY-TWe YEARS I will ..r that they are strtrtly follow. ,Business AlMboa county Is 1s4,4ua./.. la ,.).,.M oa .. July M. 9, 10, llutliod
a ML""phut area has 344 ml In railroad. ((* July' lAlfc. Kfl a.ion by deposit" to
single failare. If I want liar to carry out IMMD Professional Men mlls wagon road, M prMloff1.r*, Aogu.t. 4. 1M0. M'oi>-.f.r. at WM>>. i'
withoat .
a von )
w*at a piano for a lifetime's Ideas of my own oa lamp shades.** pro- I 123 poblM .ehoul., 77 phospbat la.&oat, Haltlaooro awl.. l'LUad"pb'a.o.M -
: tented the rrmtnm+r. t>)lant., :30! saw mill. I7a/jrx wart .I.g > ,.'.rnl./ ... *
} erriee boy "I am awry.** ..M the statloovr. "but Manufactories Etc hoa.. n.. ....pIa...,., sad prod I .. .

we cannot d t srt from nor ro\+. Morbf 4t" ,Hra. H'IOG. time. sugar
k Tf thU( work l f. done by women who ou. ry.. potato' < pineapples, or- TWOa:: DiliWest.! : "
:,1' ."o,11... p..r., 1110.... ,....
t aagvs p / .. 7aU
MY. It kixrwa that Short Notice. p. SWM
( I>its- M tew .. laMl II J t .--4. 8'18 .....,. woafcj sot IA* to Legal Blanks on -.o..Dd all kind. of v c.t.b[..-. e
,: CMiII 01' **tf ....-, awl w U.*..' they work for Iy sail who bar "0..0 Louisville l ",.. and rturo.rtok .
: V'.a.l w. ... ".. .. Wit* t|>) 4m sis cot to dlnlp tbrtr a4tt... -, ." oa _!Ie July' :M, 711. limited
1. rt tot ..Tl... TOOAT. If we brok faith we tiwuM .... theta the Seal. A..... au, 111<<06.
....n,....... ftooi .f our I-t d e.tatlye Tb followlac) Lester from' nice. of oar Sainesrilk County .I.U IC..II".?...<.-, lINt r.'a rn.rtoaM ''
:< wed is Moo by. roavmt heat dirk mail order ..-toairs to slf-.splaa*. on .*!. July I. *, _. 13. tflui.latfays. .
llaa .. wO pSWLoaabook J'': ..lon. deposit"
Cory > 9WO W w v w w>tww v I t.d * by
wb to n a Etrl.asooey .
gad *
iuddeo&Dates1kerii nfiry LoaUrtl. E 1..lt'eb.t. IlfA.B. 'W fiat ,,.,Id. torn 1..". a I. au. it.*A.
to abet t\"p r 4rst tbtr<
M. II. McCrK'7. trivai&* Mfcooto, tbr*. .owsn ,. !3 ,"..t"I1", T...,. ..d ,e'.,..
ee.ad.at.oh.r T rkTowrto rr s. OalMv1:'. Ma. UBlt4 ",*... sad ,.SJ.., tbs .... Jaly '. S. 4 11Ie.:: pits.p X
Mmlc Betse ---- Dear Hiff B.*..<.... ILs prtaslagasst. ....,. Bro alarow .yti.....ol..trtaMaolii ......too by el.pwlt .as.tU .

\ ,... N w......... ., !. dam tisa. aa4 will., 1141 1 sad ga. jl6u. Iwo 1M ta.tairo. jtlrA.I .
X ltk. Uav *. Mkosja. tbr.. wood fatort .
l. to pert..u saMtsetor7. ,
:r OA. IW'ttr-ol vWeps-M Can. Itnft. s Ie taut.
UAa1ru1 NAA. efs Oar. Up.. .o ...... >laiy ftsMUkxa forroar ..... .-'- gto.Iwo...as. f4MtOft... 'ala.r
a..w-c tab.bftaatl beadf.d sad ,... $ attralo.Is nlUajt ord u. I tbrao railroad ror.....U...,IB&O.t .....,... Cal r............ aad d..
JoHN D. MURPHY, Mfr.f to,r yeast .I4? ?eo w.tMl.r 7.-r- Tomes 1"1" ataetertsg ......&&H. as Abet MIJcd. laforsMllo. cb..rf.Uy '.na'. .

II:' |>.,ol oT Mnc" X.tl*.- 'I 4..... n. Ma. 31.Q.oc'at.T.. .a..fa. ory'. oa>. r....cffjt, .* t.r. I .. opoa as>*ltoiio. ... Pawng.t onion '
atat' <|..M> M(Mjr to Urt. Yfl' P4" 'tept1tnw'e1& pea.... ,..at. two sAaka. uA wail ; WI Weal B*, "',.... T..7.&. ;iJI
IU BRYAN, SUtaAfUTAWA : lAd ft's tacit bias a .i kt Vv fly $tead ....w THZ 'V1f, ....... ..... .oajaorajittsitf oteqthlag I J. C' L71111C W.uls1lpu.ogerAge.Jukao.vW. . 1
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0 ff< .ft S 8 'THE ,BAItY: SUN: GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA.;*L JUNE. ., 30, 1905 >.,(I


i J.. Shaw; of .Bellamy. was trading TO REMOTE I Great Ba ln"f*ll outfit, shinglemill I

: NEWS OF CITY AND the city yesterday. FRECKLES AID PIMPLES ., with boilers.. I engines, shafting, WILSUWS

Alma-Miller of Jacksonville( is pulleys 'at !t. '.a a lice Geo.! W. Moy- .

T COUNTY the city( ,the guest of her uncle, E. 0n 10 days use .Gainesville, FU. 1f.

Fagan. Mrs. H. G'Remb rtiaee Kiss Alma }

.,get your visiting cards at The AT'NOLA.' MeCook,has returned4tojher( home at

'Matters of General Interest otHe.e_and vote for your favorite.. The Csmploxion Beautifier. Lennon. after a brief vvtjtltttasant visit Our Big Values }

% 1 ered by Our.Reporter- library contest / to her' mother? Mr*. Girrett! in 'this

P. Fair of the Southern Bell Tel. city',
Mrfl 8.J. Thomas and son Mark Fraser In allDRY
PERSONAL AND ,SOCIAL Company has returned' .from. a
.. trip to Starke., hive' returned, from Worthington "

its ;P y What "Has Happened and What I Is Get your job printing at The San job iI' Springs, where they have beer.weeks.,;'re.euperating GOODS
for the few
' 1-43I : to Happen Told In. Short and you can vote,, for your favor wlleomethem past home '
Frlf'Ddlar. glad to
In the library contest.' Keeps Us Busy.
So..That "H. W1\o Runs May again.Mrs.. f .. .
F''. Hammond of.Ua"'bom, one of
f ''r ti 'It In The Sun.. B. R. Colion and daughter have
,&w i leading bn''n.m.n: of the East
r Rollins for,)best business eoorte.Old was lo tbe..lt.rl.lt.rdar., returned from Bartow, where they
have been visiting. the former'* parents Assortments ofEmlirei
newspapers for sale at The Chas. E. Crispin of Philadelphia, '
Mr. and Mrs. Bowers. They
x olpae.'tt: ." 'Robert Johns,' wholesale '
"' were accompanied by Mrs. Colson's sister '
Ladles'calling eardi fa latest k err,:Chicago, Is la the city for a Miss Lyde Bowers who will be her ..ries. Laces
1' a* Bon amee.H dais/ ,
-. for-the next few days. : '
': ; b-'Wbit. of Atlanta I Is Mr. and Mrs. M. H. MoOlamrocb and illWIIIII' guest "
'; W. B. Hlgdoo of the Mutual Life Insurance and all, Wash
hBrown House hivrgone to Hendersonvllle, N. I '
,, . Company of New York has returned

e Fear barrels for sale, J. N. where. they will recuperate for the SATINOLA .b a new 41IIooYen';lf1I:raD\ee4. from a trip through Sooth. Flor 8.1111.,

/. 'phone 19. 8t.4-"". : .. weeks. *4>d moo 7.retarded K ltV aU. to remove (be ida in the interest of his Jcompan,.. He
worst ea..of freckles,PtmplM.Tea Sallowness. -
Harris, formerly of this
F Monrot lElrby'ofyN.wberry was reports a good business and declares
Liver SIM>M. BUteklMad or any akin
Ing the city yesterday.Bimoneon's but now traveling for a. Savannah Booth Florida In more
a eruption la 99 days. Leve ,the akin elear. was never a
k I Wonderful Salve. supply house, was at the Brown oft, healthy, and. restore the beauty of flourishing condition.
p.. '. yesterday. 'youth. TboIIMndae.ut SOho merit of M'rs. R. WildT. ,
} by J.. W,', MoCollam A Co. Batloola.MlM Mn. H. T. Seeville, after spendingthe ,

__ i. Clarence Camp of Ocala was Masters .John Eddins and Hatsley ,' Alice Urette write*: Thlbodaaux.LA.. past fw month as the guest of
'setingbaslnesslgthiscity have gone to Lakeland, where Oot. U. '04.-"For four y ean r my face WMeompletely Mrs. M. E. Dorman,North Gainesville, "
., will spend a few days with Mas covered with freckles and pimples. F. THOMASIIHiTUfM
has returned to her home In Illinois.:>> f
; Wallace Parham has accepted Armel Dudley. AU remedle faUed.nntfj I wed two packagesof .
She I Is with Florida in
a sition. cash boy at }he New Satlnol which completely removed the greatly
,Racket. Mayor W. R_. Thomas and Perry M. freckle and ptmple My oomplezloa.. now general and Gainesville In particular,
aM have returned from West Flor perfecto .an4 hope every lady having freckles and expressed. si determination to return (I
Mill Mary Strobhar has where they have been for the past pimple. wOl try Sattnola." Price lOa and again next winter.
from .pleasant. visit to 11.00 by leading druggl'ts.or mall. .
days on business.T. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Bennett
Hampton. 5ATIOSAL'TOILET CO., Paris, Tenn. expect
B. Jarvis, formerly a barber of to make their departure today for Lancaster :
New Wheeler A Wilson .." city, was married to Susie Watts Sold In Gainesville by J. 8. Bodiford and 8. 0. FULL LINE OF
Darlington where
off A Co., J. W. MoCollum A: Co.. W, M.
chine for sale at a bargain.
,, this office. ., evening at her old home :Johnson and all leading druggists. they will visit relatives for the ne.ttf'w NEST GOOl|
i The couple left Thursday for weeks. This will be the first visit

George Main, the truoker of where Jarvis Is now employed. of Mr. Bennett to Lancaster, his old --

, Point, was among the rliltors Wade and Jesse Thomas, two pro. Pere/Gelger of Greed Cove SpringsIs > home, in forty years, and it is needless !' Agents tor...
t lathe
city yesterday ,,, yocng'farmers of the Monte-[ city to add that, although he may not Monuments, Tombstonesand .
__ lY "Clarence Werthelm has section, were trading in the city McCarroll. of Jacksonville .U recognize every person he meets upon Iron Fences. ,

w: from a ..1.1t.0 friends In .' ,. They report ered' at the Brown House' the streets, the visit will prove most See Our Samples

and elsewhere. with the result that PI.ntriO ngene losenburger of Kirkwood I III enjoyable.An Ill I .

'I? Deputy Sheriff J. It, &, are bright. among those who p.ld.OalDenme I opportunity such. the people of Personal attention te all matter l. a

Waldo was In the city on official l A mass meeting of citicens will be a'visit yesterday.James Gainesville do not meet every day is i this line, Mall and telegraph enters.

1, .. *ness yesterday.For at the court house this morning H. Bodiford of Oolqnltt, Ga., soon to be offered them in the professional promptly attended to.

Sale-Established 11 o'clock. This will be a meeting after a pleasant visit to his son. Dr. J, visit, to our city of the well-

good ehanee. Small capital Importance, and a full. attendance S. Bodiford, ,has returned to his home. known eye and nerve specialist, Dr.-E. (Gainesville, .. Florida g

'9. '.JL" this oftioe.w citizens 'especially the holiness Mr. and Mrs. J, R..Emerson and son, H. Armstrong of Jacksonville, who Is -

i Joel Tucker and O. IT. Brown, Is urgently requested Jesse left yesterday for Tacoma an4 to be at the Brown House June SO and

,tie contractors of Live Oak, W. W. Stripling, the clever traveling Kirk wood, where they will vltft( friends July 1. If you have auy eye or systematic THE CONTINENTAL

the city yesterday,, .. for the O. B. VanDemaa and relatives for a few da,.. troubles, this opportunity should

1 Mrs. Harry McMillan has ,.wholesale grocers, Jackson Noble Strobhar arrived In the city not be missed of consulting with one of CAFE-RESTAU UAXT.

s' 4L : Dade City, where she will spend was working the trade here yes yesterday from Chattanooga, Tenn., the foremost men In his profession.
dayi'with her husband. .,. He Is one of the most widely and will spend the next few days hereas If you want a cheap trip to a delightful .

traveling men In the State. the .u..',. of his parents Captainand country, take advantage of the
For Bale-Two One milch
', young calves. Call on or dtoa'J.; Mr. and Mrs. Nimrod Well. and Mrs Mrs. J. N. Strobhar.NEW excursion over the Seaboard Air Lineto

{r' K.: Melton. Mtaanopy, Fla. Wells of North Gainesville de T"- Savannah and Colombia on July 8.
if: yesterday for Blue Ridge Fare to Savannah round trip, $950
; T. J. ).toRu of Hawthorn h.
to and
only $750.
.. Va., where they will spend return k
M appointed as enumerator for YORKRACKET. Tickets
} remainder of the heated term. good returning July 13. Special
r county to take the census of the train from Jacksonville. Tickets
1 wish them a pleasant sojourn,
Ladles who get their' calling will no doubt b. the oasn.There to: be sold on regular trains leaving
,z printed at The Sun oflloe. 20 Gainesville for Jacksonville July 8. S
will be an eioursion via Sea
"1 cent., have flee votes In the For further particulars see E. C. Cobb, I
Air Line to Savannah and Co a
contest, ticket agent. 2t
f, July 3, 19O Special train
Attorney 8yd L. Carter has Jacksonville. Far from Gaines B. F. Camp of 'White Sprlngs, member

from Tampa and other poInt. In to Savannah only ".W. to Colum of the firm of the R. J. 0.B.. F. (Pint earner South of Poetoffla).
+' 'Florida where he has been spa KarlUU.1 Drip CST..
on Camp Company manufacturers of
,; + !' only $7.60, round' trip, tickets good W..tcra .'.'..
j: s' slonal business. lumber was registered at the Brown
t July 13 Bse E. O. Cobb, ticket CHEAPEST STORE ON EARTH
4 Mr. and Mrs.J, N. ', atRemember House yesterday. It will be remembered
4 I l and Mrs. Betsy pi nris. of that the plant of this firm

:r were among the visitors to the has round trip the rates Oatnesvllle to White A Springs Gulf Pocket Cutlery which was one of the largest and most Some Men LeaveAn

't capital yesterday, modern the State, was destroyed by "
Sundays at only 1. Train leaves
fire a few months The plant has Estate for the WidoW
If you have job printing to do Gainesville at 0:30 a. m., returning at 4 4To
been rebuilt, however, and I Is la
K it to The Bun office. For every I 8:90p.m., and affording a whole dayat Do you carry a pocket now

c worth of work you Ret jou b. this favorite resort Cheaper than knife 1 We carry a Vuaran- One running order. While the mill invest and lose, or u a tempt.
has not the capacity of the former lion to
the speculators.! How 9
t totes on Library contest. hiring a buggy, and passengers are en much
teed lino of Pocket Knives.
plant, It Is modern In every respect.H. to leave her
I''; Mrs. Noun Hlnert of .... shied to spend a day on the banks of
''t 1 I. the au..' of Mr. O. D. the famous old Suwanee river tf. 'Every knife from BOc up E. Taylor A. M. Coshman, I. E. $500
fully guaranteed. We havea Webster. Robert MeClellan and W L. or $1,000 a Year Income
? ., North Gainesville. Mrs. )IUD. Col, J. M, Rivers has returned from
j.lk'1' e, not seen )''r. Sehafer In about 42 St. Augustine, where he attended a beautiful line, and if you 11111 returned to this city yesterday for Lifo, or for 20 or 30 Years

.( J. Manning of the mewing of the board of trustees of the want a good knife call and from VaUiiMia. Ga where on Wednesday
night they instituted Malto W
,1' ii Line Railway has returned l>eaf. Dumb and mind Institute, of get one. Commandery will! send you !ome interesting
No. 18 of Information
-g[ pleasant ...0.101uf three which h. is a member lie was aocompanled Georgia, Knights annual showing how small aa
Templar, with sixteen charter outlay will yield a
which he spent among rr l\d.l" by Mrs. lUte,., who mem next yearly Income for perma
'l- bers. These gentlemen anyone for
Lact Curtains state that they
Carolina and Virginia.llitu stopped over at Banta .. for a few days whom you "are to provide.
' were royally entertained
by their
E on her return, She will be the guest
'*k<_ always hate
pors brothers of the South W. L.
ft Georgia Metropolis HILL & W. B. MIIHIJM''lal i
luck" when they: use 8Iu.IUb of her father, W. )1. Witch at Santa', Pretty patterns and flue ,who treated tf..n to a banquet at ,
., on and vanilla estracis. Ask Fe, !'\ Agents The ,
the conclusion of MUTUAL
.. .... .. .. .. values. Our $:.oo Lace the ceremonies. Life Iaeara.eeCa
:f.j Mr for Blue Ribbon lemon and -- --- - --- -';;'-=-= ef Sew i.t'ttr
They were op all night but have .
% Take. 1.... Flavor perfectly.Wanted Curtains ate pretty enough. I no (UIXEMTILLE.: (
regrets to make. t ,
,' READ THIS. Then we have one at $3.25. They were well FLORIDA
; -At one., ft convict pleated with their visit.
Ifcrrnsx, ALA.. July pair that good enough ,
y good ones, for $tat. 13.1890. a are Mr. W. N. Wilson of Uainesville '
3, ', owe good man cook, lo cook fo l>r. K. W. Hall ti,. Louis' Mo.-Dear fora Queen. prominent a

#.!.', r r men. Address R W. Holiday, Hlri We have been selling your Tessa that place, merchant passed through and O ettlsen ala of I ISri'1H'S S MOUNTS-

U;' kk- Ultra Kla. It. K MeCall jr. Wonder Hall's Great Discovery, for terday to look at his fine orange groveon y-1 _.
two and recommend U .
?r years to anyone
if; pg.r.we South Lake Weir. Mr. Wilson Is >
i: suffering with any kidney trouble as ,.
U. and Ootge O. t> ,
'" an enthusiastic worker for th. l location : All .
,'? Hague were trading tn th. city being the beet remedy we ever sold of the new State University his i the old standards and 4: ,
pair city, the
Your truly. J. R. Yocxe Try a our Dixie choicest of
the '
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day. They report crop and justly so. He said the people of new ones 1//;
try Rood' ,la their section with the Girl Shoes for women-a his city, who are a unit In the cause, ,: as issued. "r''r.'

tion of watermelons, which A TEXAS WONDER. fine medium ,priced shoe are satisfied that only two places will Ask to see them as they lr.

: ; r thriving so well. One small bottle of the Texas Woa made by Southern girls- be considered-Lake City and Oaill". cannot be displayed to ad. k f :

: The store of ttteroberger A d.,. Hall's Great Discovery, ..... %11 the prettiest shoe on the vilte-&*
oatra4tora and dealer la pal. ""' ..J sod bladder tro 1>*, removes market for the pr <.. Every of ao better loeattaa by environment case .1 ':

papers ...., wa closed ,.... gravel eons 4L1.....*. smlaal ....*> I and vdaeallonal atmosphere than the
firm .having decided several dose.wMk.-4 .... balsa rhe.aa- ': pair solid and guaran Ceatrrl City.-Ocala Evening Star :I. Fine FadelesTpotografs'!11

ti to close eat the buloe... It I Is lisa- and all I lrr.guUriti* ot Ue kU teed. Our Shoe, Department : _ I.1 Locket : ""
di stood that Mr. Ster-berger rays sad bladder la bath ... sad is full of good things N&tce. to Wafer Taker j, to Life Siae. ) '

t4. same tutslaeas la Oolotabia, 8, wwnea,regwlatee bladder troaWeefrhikiren. Ia at very low prices lie- The wtr recta for the qotrtr 9.4-1 SMITH'S STUDIO;

D,. K, II, Armstroag of..I U aot'eold by your druggist, member us when you need leg September 30th. In. will U d lie ..-. .. ---. -- .,. c"n
t.;, the elebratdeye specialist,, will be V-BS by mall N receipt of |1. the next and payable to T. 8. Elite& eoll tor' ef = -;:,
the Urowm House today and One small bottle Is twe .....t"I pair. ,.....11..011 or to f or.J sly lath. 1fst6 AT STs AUI STIIE. \ :

A t- Dr. Armstrong regarded: M meat and neldooa. fails to pevfeeteure. .1 Yours Anxious to Please Tke rules regarding the euttia; off! of '::1

,the moat oomnta.t la ..It n.. Dr. V..... w. Mall sole ataatf..j water ladt.rstataothestn.will. ) be Large, cooler tah.dra rooms atOcssaai .tl.:'

.. .r $ontl>, and Use ..trel.. Sea4 r.\r.for 1.0.'"'.bat...*..ta./, s.8oU LaoJ br. M all*,, PHIFER BROS., City rjftdly forte4.by ....a, order of tk. .View... Iiot pri.il.se.t. F... .....'; ',,,t

n ey.a w' ild do wall fc toasult' draggi. . IWIm Oemief 0tita.evill.,J"J&.I ... au....l7os.eti 3.It L.s Dauu*" a'City the '.t ....& ........ Z&ttlsaext .... per' 't I "
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